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TABLE OF CONTENTS

2014 Bloomsburg University Football Media Guide

Table of Contents...................................................... 1 Quick Facts / Administration................................. 2 Staff / About Bloomsburg........................................ 3 Media Information.................................................... 4 Tradition of Success.................................................. 5 The Husky Experience.............................................. 6 Redman Stadium....................................................... 7

T he C oaching S taff

Head Coach Paul Darragh ...................................... 9 Assistant Coaches...................................................10 2014 Pre-Season Roster.........................................14 2014 Season Preview..............................................16

T he 2014 B loomsburg H uskies

Captain Profiles.......................................................21 Offensive Profiles....................................................24 Defensive Profiles....................................................37 Special Teams Profiles............................................55 2014 Opponent Profiles.........................................56

2013 S eason in R eview

2013 Recaps..............................................................68 2013 Results / Statistics.........................................80 2013 PSAC Review..................................................88 2013 Regional Award Winners.............................92

T he B loomsburg T radition

Year-by-Year Results...............................................94 All-Time Series Records......................................102 Record Book...........................................................104 All-Americans........................................................110 Huskies in the NFL...............................................112 Harlon Hill Winners.............................................113 2014 Schedule......................................... Back Cover

CREDITS

On the cover: Justin Shirk, David McFadden, Tim Kelly, Tomas Cabrera. Back cover: Connor Gades, Dylan Spangler, Ryan Geiger.

All of Bloomsburg’s athletic publications are published by the Office of Communications/University Advancement. Copyright 2014, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. This publication was designed and written by Assistant Sports Information Director Scott Eddy and Sports Information Director Tom McGuire. Covers produced by Assistant Sports Information Director Scott Eddy. Photography by Keith Haupt and the Office of Communication. Some photos from University Archives.

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QUICK FACTS / ADMINISTRATION

BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY

FOOTBALL HISTORY

Defensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator............... Chet Henicle Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line ..............................................Brian McBryan Defensive Quality Control ................................ Bill Perkins Kickers/Receivers .....................................................Ed Rush Quarterbacks/Receivers/ Video Coordinator ................................................Jack Lydic Linebackers........................................................ Will Blanden Defensive Line..............................................Frank Williams Running Backs...................................................Tony Ianiero Strength & Conditioning.............................Gary Gilchrest Player Mentor.................................................. Maurice Daly

TEAM FACTS

Starters Returning .............................................................. 13 Starters Lost ........................................................................ 12 Lettermen Returning ......................................................... 44 Lettermen Lost ................................................................... 13 Base Offense ................................................................... Pro-I Base Defense ......................................................................4-3

Location ......................................................Bloomsburg, Pa. Founded............................................................................ 1839 Enrollment ....................................................................10,127 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 First Year of Football ...................................................... 1892 All-Time Record.................................................. 559-435-32 Number of PSAC East Championships ......................... 14 All-American Awards......................................................... 67 Harlon Hill Award Winners ................................................2 2013 Overall Record .......................................................10-2 2013 PSAC East Record ..................................... 6-1 (T-1st) Head Coach.......................................................Paul Darragh Alma Mater, Year ................................................. Temple '85 Record at Bloomsburg ................................ 10-2 (2nd year) Year at Bloomsburg ........... 17th (Defensive Coordinator) Overall Record ............................................. 10-2 (2nd year) Year as a Head Coach ......................................................2nd

Football Office..................................................570-389-4359

STADIUM INFORMATION

Name ...................................... Robert B. Redman Stadium, ..................................................................... Danny Hale Field Capacity .......................................................................... 5,000 Surface ..................................................................... Field Turf Lights ...................................................................................Yes

DIRECTORY

Administrators

Dr. David Soltz President

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

Mike McFarland

Director of Athletics

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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

Kathy Heitzman

Associate Director of Athletics

Sports Information Director of Sports Information/ Athletic Marketing and Promotions Tom McGuire................................................389-4413 Assistant Sports Information Director Scott Eddy ......................................................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

Scott Eddy

Assistant Sports Information Director

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

Kristin Funk Maguire Athletic Trainer

> Enrollment— Total enrollment is now 10,127, 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.

Dr. George Salvaterra 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 news@whlm.com

WNEP-TV (16) 16 Montage Mountain Road Moosic, PA 18641 (570) 826-1616 Jim.Coles@wnep.com

WBRE-TV (28) 62 South Franklin Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18703 (570) 823-2828 KBrown@pahomepage.com

Media Information

For media credentials, photos, stories, statistics or to arrange an interview with a coach or student-athlete, contact Scott Eddy, Assistant Sports Information Director at 570-389-2767 or by email at seddy@bloomu.edu. 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 info@ap.org Citizens’ 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 itemsports@cnhi.com Milton Standard-Journal 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 chuck_s@newsitem.com 4

Patriot-News P.O. Box 2265 Harrisburg, PA 17105 (717) 255-8180 circ@patriot-news.com Press-Enterprise 3185 Lackawanna Ave. Bloomsburg, PA 17815 (570) 784-2121 tim.hare@pressenterprise.net Standard-Speaker 21 N. Wyoming St. Hazleton, PA 18201 (570) 455-3636 editorial@standardspeaker.com Sun Gazette 252 W. Fourth St. Williamsport, PA 17701 (570) 326-1552 news@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 Scott Eddy > Assistant Sports Information Director / Football Contact Email: seddy@bloomu.edu Phone: (570) 389-2767

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THE HUSKY EXPERIENCE

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REDMAN STADIUM DANNY HALE FIELD

Robert B. Redman Stadium is situated on the upper campus of Bloomsburg University as part of the university's 103-acre athletic complex. Originally built in February 1974, the new facility took the place of Athletic Park in downtown Bloomsburg as Home of the Huskies and today stands as one of the finest facilities in the region.

upper campus development. The project finally got underway in 1972 at a total cost of $725,000. On Saturday, September 21, 1974, the first game was played in the stadium, and dedication ceremonies were held naming the facility in honor of Redman. In the first game at the newly renovated facility in 2008 the Huskies beat California (PA), 24-17.

Bloomsburg University dedicated the field at Redman Stadium in honor of former head coach Danny Hale on April 28, 2012. Hale began coaching at Bloomsburg in 1993 and holds the school record for most coaching victories, retiring after the 2012 season.

Coach Redman, a native of Sayre, Pa., and a graduate of its public schools, graduated with honors in economics at Swarthmore College where he also participated in four years of varsity football activities, served as captain during his senior year and was also a varsity performer with the baseball team. He earned his Master of Arts degree in economics at Pennsylvania State University during his tenure at Bloomsburg State College. Redman had coached at Sayre High School and North High School in Binghamton, N.Y, prior to serving as an officer in the United States Navy during World War II. He left the service with the rank of lieutenant commander. He returned to his coaching duties at North High School and remained there until his appointment at Bloomsburg in 1947.

In the spring of 2008 the facility was completely renovated as a part of a $3.45 million dollar project which included a press box with elevator, new restrooms, artificial turf field, track and field facilities, new railings and ADA compliance, new parking lot, new visitor bleachers and lights. The stadium, which overlooks the scenic Susquehanna Valley, has seating for 5,000 spectators, although attendance at several events has exceeded that total. The largest crowd to see a football game in the facility totalled 7,483 at the 1985 Homecoming contest against Millersville. Originally, when planning began for the new stadium in 1963, the proposed site was and area on the lower campus across from where the Rec Center is now; however, a consultant's report recommended the

In addition to serving as head coach of two varsity teams at Bloomsburg, Redman also served as dean of men and taught courses in economics. During his five years at Bloomsburg, his teams won 38 games and lost only four. His record included three Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championships and two undefeated teams. 2014 Huskies Football

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COACHING STAFF BY THE NUMBERS

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Combined years of college coaching experience

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Combined years on Bloomsburg University coaching staff

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Winning percentage in seasons with Head Coach Paul Darragh on staff

COACHING STAFF


HEAD COACH PAUL DARRAGH Paul Darragh Head Coach

Paul Darragh was named head coach of Bloomsburg University on Dec. 6, 2013 after being appointed as interim head coach in February 2013. Overall he will be starting his 18th season with the Huskies in 2014. During the 2013 season Darragh led the Huskies to a 10-2 record, a PSAC championship and a berth in the NCAA Playoffs as part of the best season for any first-year head coach in Bloomsburg history. He was named the PSAC Eastern Division Coach of the Year. The Huskies took home numerous awards following the season including having four All-Americans and the 2013 Harlon Hill Award winner in running back Franklyn Quiteh. Darragh also coached All-American defensive end Larry Webster who was selected in the fourth round of the NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions as well as offensive linemen Brian Clarke and Matt Feiler who each signed free agent NFL contracts after graduating with the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans respectively. Darragh previously served as the Huskies' defensive coordinator for 16 years under legendary head coach Danny Hale. Under Darragh's leadership the Huskies' defense has ranked in the top-half of the PSAC in total defense seven of his last 11 seasons in the role, 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 four 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). Overall under Darragh's leadership, the Bloomsburg defense finished in the top-15 in NCAA Division II six times since the 2000 season. Darragh has also coached 51 first team All-PSAC performers, seven All-Americans and two PSAC East Defensive Players of the Year in Anthony Smith (2009) and Mike Varanavage (2010). Prior to Bloomsburg, Darragh worked for two years at Indiana (PA) as the linebackers coach. He started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Temple from 1987-89. From there, Darragh coached the linebackers 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. Darragh and his wife Yelena live in Orangeville and are the parents of three children Sasha, 26, Lemuel, 24, and Gabriel, 13.

Darragh's Career Record (Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator) Year School W L T Pct Head Coach 2013 Bloomsburg 10 2 0 .833 Defensive Coordinator 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 2012 Bloomsburg 10 2 0 .833

Postseason PSAC East Champs / PSAC Champs / NCAA Second Round 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 Round; PSAC East Champs NCAA First Round

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ASSISTANT COACHES Chet Henicle

Defensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator Chet Henicle will begin his 11th season at Bloomsburg coaching the defensive backs. The 2014 season will mark his second season as the Defensive Coordinator. He came to Bloomsburg after previously coaching three years at Wingate University (NC) where he was the defensive backs coach along with recruiting coordinator, football facilities director and camp director.

Henicle's defense produced four AllPSAC performers in 2013 including All-American Larry Webster. Prior to working at Wingate, Henicle spent four years at LenoirRhyne University (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. Prior to beginning his college coaching experience he spent one season at Waynesboro High School coaching the running backs and defensive backs at the varsity level and coordinating the offense of the junior varsity team. A 1995 Bloomsburg graduate, Henicle was an All-American in two sports, football and baseball. During his career he was recognized as the school’s Undergraduate and Senior Male Athlete of the Year.

the team’s overall 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. 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 was named MVP of the 1995 PSAC Championship Tournament while captaining 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. Henicle was inducted into the BU Athletic Hall of Fame in the fall of 2009. A native of Waynesboro, Pa., Henicle and wife Jane Marie reside in Bloomsburg.

As a safety on the Bloomsburg football team, Henicle was named

Jack Lydic

Quarterbacks/Receivers/Video Coordinator Jack Lydic begins his third season with the Huskies as the quarterbacks/ receivers coach and video coordinator coach in 2014. He came to Bloomsburg after having served as the quarterbacks coach at Susquehanna and as the offensive coordinator at Misericordia University.

5,186 yards and is ninth in career touchdown passes with 31.

Lydic graduated in 2005 (and 2006 with a 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

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.

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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 2011, he was named as the offensive coordinator at Misericordia University which played its first-ever game in 2012.


ASSISTANT COACHES Brian McBryan

Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Brian McBryan begins his 22nd season at Bloomsburg, and his third as the offensive coordinator for the Huskies in 2014.

He previously coached the offensive line for one year at Bucknell, was the offensive 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. At Bloomsburg, McBryan has coached 10 offensive linemen to All-American honors, including current NFL standout Jahri Evans, who was a two-time All-American and finalist for the Upshaw Award as the nation’s best small-college lineman. During the 2013 season, McBryan led a pair of All-American selections in guard Brian Clarke, a nominee for the Gene Upshaw Award for the second straight year, and tackle Matt Feiler as the Huskies ranked sixth in the nation in rushing. Both Clarke and Feiler signed free agent contracts with the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans respectively following the NFL Draft. Under McBryan the Huskies posted the top two rushing seasons in PSAC history back-to-back – 2012 (3,789 yards) and 2013

(3,762 yards). Bloomsburg ultimately finished the 2013 season with the most points scored in school history (474), second-most team touchdowns in school history (63) and the most-ever yards of total offense (5,895). Bloomsburg also compiled 11 30-point games and recorded 500 or more yards of total offense eight times in 2013, both school records. In 2012, McBryan coached a national finalist for the Gene Upshaw Award for the Division II Lineman of the Year in Brian Clarke. His offensive line led the PSAC in rushing for the third consecutive season and held the fifth-ranked rushing offense in Division II at 315.75 yards per game. Bloomsburg set the PSAC single-season rushing record with 3,789 yards in 2012. His offensive line also produced two 1,000-yard backs in consecutive seasons in 2011-12, becoming the first team in the PSAC to do so. The BU offense also ranked on the BU alltime leaderboard in 2012 in points scored (451 - fourth) and touchdowns (61 - second). McBryan resides in Bloomsburg with his wife Cindy. They are the parents of two grown children, Matthew and Laura.

Will Blanden Linebackers

Will Blanden begins his second season as an assistant coach with the Huskies, working with linebackers.

Blanden came to BU after serving as the defensive backs and strength and conditioning coach at Division III Nichols College in Dudley, Massachusetts for the past two seasons. In his first season with the Bison, he saw free safety Mike Rubalcaba named to 21st Annual Steve 'Merc' Morris All-Star Team (Worcester Area) and selected to participate in the 16th Annual Metrodome All-American Bowl in Minnesota. In his second season, he helped orchestrate a defense that ranked fifth in the 16-team NEFC in pass defense, allowing just 173 yards per game. His players also excelled in the classroom as four defensive backs were named to the New England Football Conference Academic All-Conference during his stay at Nichols. Blanden began his coaching career as defensive backs coach at Western Connecticut State University in 2009 and spent two seasons with the Colonials. In addition to his responsibilities with

the defensive backs, he was in charge of for formulating a daily practice script, formulating the passing game, screens, draws and gadgets section of the scouting report, and was the coordinator of the punt return team. Blanden earned his bachelor of business administration in accounting in 2008 from Howard University before completing his masters of business administration in sports management at Nichols in May 2012. He started three games at quarterback for the Bison in 2006 and also spent time at wide receiver and defensive back during his career. Blanden also played basketball at Howard during the 2004-05 season. In 2011, he played professionally for the Trenton Steel of the Southern Indoor Football League. A member of the American Football Coaches Association, Blanden was a 2011 NCAA Future Coaches Academy participant, a three-year volunteer (2010-12) at Lauren's First and Goal Football Camp at Lafayette College, and a two-year volunteer (201112) at former New York Jets and Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini's Youth Football Camp in Hartford, Conn. 2014 Huskies Football

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ASSISTANT COACHES Ed T. Rush

Kickers/Receivers Ed Rush begins his 10th season at Bloomsburg in 2014 after a 38-year career working for the NBA. He will be working with the BU kickers and receivers 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. Fisher set the all-time PSAC career record for field goals made with 57, also ranking among the alltime leaders for Division II. Fisher also finished his career as the PSAC's all-time leader in kicking points and PATs. 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. 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 MarpleNewton 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. Rush received an Honorary Alumnus award from Bloomsburg University in 2014. He is also the founder and coordinator for Court Club Success System for Basketball Officials, an online training court for basketball officials worldwide. A native of Philadelphia, Rush and his wife Trudy, the parents of four children and have seven grandchildren.

Bill Perkins

Defensive Quality Control Bill Perkins is entering his 21st season on the Huskies staff, serving as the defensive quality control coach in 2014. During his tenure as defensive line coach, Perkins has helped coach 25 players to first team All-PSAC East honors and three players to AllAmerican honors. A 1989 graduate of Slippery Rock, Perkins is a health and physical education teacher 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.

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Bill is also entering his 25th year as a physical education / health teacher in the Bloomsburg Area School District and he previously had led the athletic program as the director of athletics for 17 years. Perkins and his wife Debbie are the parents of two daughters, Leighnah and Willow.


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Frank Williams Defensive Line

Frank Williams returned to Bloomsburg in 2013 after 31 seasons previously as a member of the Bloomsburg coaching staff, serving under five head coaches. Joining the Huskies in 1976, he spent the 1981 season at Bucknell, before returning to Bloomsburg upon George Landis' arrival in 1982. Williams attended Kutztown where he was an All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference selection and is a member of that university's Athletic Hall of Fame.

Tony Ianiero Running Backs

Gary Gilchrest

Strength & Conditioning Gary Gilchrest begins his second season as an assistant with the Huskies in 2014. Gilchrest assists with strength and conditioning and works on defense with the linebackers. He also handles game day operations. Gilchrest is a 1995 graduate of Bloomsburg University, earning his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. He returned in 1996 to enter the IIT program. Gilchrest finished with his Masters of Science in Instructional Technologies in 1998. Playing both inside and outside linebacker for the Huskies, Gilchrest was a three-year starter under Pete Adrien. He was coached by the late John S. Devlin while playing for Danny Hale his senior season at Bloomsburg.

Maurice Daly Tony Ianiero returns to the Huskies coaching staff in 2014 as the team’s running backs coach. Ianiero last coached the running backs in 2011 for the Huskies and returns this year to guide them after serving as Vice President for University Advancement at Bloomsburg.

Ianiero previously coached at Bloomsburg from 1987 – 89 serving as outside linebacker coach under Pete Adrian. Previous to Bloomsburg University Ianiero spent 10 years as an assistant coach at the College of New Jersey, the last seven as defensive coordinator. A graduate of The College of New Jersey (formerly Trenton State College) Ianiero has both a Bachelor’s degree in History and a Master’s degree in Student Personnel Services. He lettered four years in football and baseball and was inducted into the College’s Hall of Fame as a player and a coach in 1999.

Player Mentor

Maurice Daly begins his 15th season with the Huskies in 2014 serving as a player mentor. Daly is responsible for providing athletic and academic guidance and support to the team. Daly attended Queen's College in 1972 and is enjoying his retirement from Geisinger Medical Center.

Daly resides in Sunbury with his wife Toni and his son Maurice III who is currently a student 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.

Recently retired as President from the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Foundation in Harrisburg, Ianiero is married to Pam and has three grown children, Jennifer, Kristin and Joseph, all graduates of Bloomsburg University. 2014 Huskies Football

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Alphabetical Roster Abbott, Ryan K Allison, Aaron TE Anderson, Domair FB Baldwin, Darnell DB Barley, Ethan DL Beltz, Scott DE Burkhard, Derek FB Cabrera, Tomas DB Carney, David LS Clary, Tyrik LB Collins Jr., Mark DB Cornish, Davone WR Daniels, Trent WR Darden, Frank OL David, Tony DE Decena, Bernadain LB Dennis, Roy DE Drexler, Braden K Dundore, Alex DB Dunford, Chris OL Elliott, Lawrence TB Finley, Damin DB Gades, Connor WR Garland, John OL Gary, Chris LB Geiger, Ryan OL Gilhool, Duffy QB Hadas, Khalim OL Hale, Gabe LB/FB Harris, Andrew LB Hayes, Miron WR Heilig, Matt DE Henning, Ryan QB Hine, Dylan WR Hoagland, Dakota OL Hoenl, Nate TE Hoffman, Chad WR Jones, Vaughn LB Jordan, Dexter DB Kelly, Tim QB Klinger, Jake DL Knerr, Brady QB Knoblauch, Tyler DB Krall, Travis OL LaBadie, Bill DL Le, Tony DL Lowery, Jeremiah DL MacClaren, Josh K Mancuso, Jesse OL Marshall, Jaren RB Mastrog, Wade FB McCall, Bryan LB McCracken, Eric FB McFadden, David DL McFadden, D.J. WR Mika, Jake OL Mitchell, Shawn DL

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Name Dai'Shon Munger Damin Finley D.J. Robinson Miles Williams Shane Quinn Brady Knerr Chad Hoffman Connor Gades Gary Postell Justin Shirk Garrett Pope Tony David Tim Kelly Alex Dundore Chris Palubinsky Ryan Henning Altarique Mosley-Dew Jerrin Toomey Eric Schwartz Rasheen Tookes Donovan Morris Tyler Knoblauch Joe Parsnik Travon Pugh Lawrence Elliott Jr. Davone Cornish Darnell Baldwin Tomas Cabrera Marquez Norford Mark Collins Jr. Brynn Schafer Brody Myers Bryan McCall Wade Mastrog Eric McCracken Sage Stevenson Derek Burkhard Ezra Ranco Tyler Szaflarski Andrew Harris Domair Anderson Michael Russell Will Wagner Eric Pizarro Dakota Hoagland Trent Simmons Dylan Spangler Tyrik Clary Harley Stahl Tony Le Bernadain Decena Shawn Mitchell Bill LaBadie Christian Whiteside Ryan Geiger

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

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

Wt. 170 190 180 180 245 190 190 200 170 235 215 235 180 173 200 210 188 185 199 205 175 190 180 175 190 170 185 205 225 185 220 235 230 220 230 210 230 275 230 205 225 220 190 190 305 220 225 224 258 260 205 245 291 270 280

Hometown / High School Westampton, NJ / Holy Cross Elkins Park / Milford Academy Sinking Spring / Conrad Weiser Steelton / Bishop McDevitt Levittown / Neshaminy Macungie / Emmaus Drums / Hazleton West Chester / Unionville Philadelphia / Bishop McDevitt Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Northumberland / Shikellamy Allentown / Salisbury Camp Hill / Cedar Cliff Reading / Exeter Ringtown / Shenandoah Valley Ashland / North Schuylkill East Stroudsburg / Stroudsburg York / West York York / Central York Philadelphia / Valley Forge Military Acad. Philadelphia / George Washington Berlin, NJ / Eastern Wilkes-Barre / Coughlin Tobyhanna / Pocono Mountain West Utica, NY / Thomas R. Proctor Philadelphia / G.W. Carver Philadelphia / Germantown Hanover / Hanover Area Harrisburg / Susquehanna Township Yeadon / Valley Forge Military Academy Schuylkill Haven / Blue Mountain Akron / Ephrata Lititz / Warwick Business Marketing Chester Springs / Downingtown East Bloomsburg / Central Columbia Exton / Downingtown East Fayetteville / Chambersburg Collegeville / Perkiomen Valley Greencastle / Greencastle Bethlehem / Whitehall West Milton / Milton Area Hamburg / Hamburg Wernersville / Conrad Weiser Milford / Delaware Valley Shoemakersville / Hamburg Philadelphia / LaSalle College Waynesboro / Waynesboro Philadelphia / Northeast Selinsgrove / Selinsgrove Larksville / Wyoming Valley West Philadelphia / Archbishop Ryan Nazareth / Nazareth Bensalem / Bensalem Broomall / Marple Newtown Southampton / La Salle


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2014 Bloomsburg University Huskies No. 67 68 69 70 71 73 74 77 78 80 82 83 84 86 87 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Name Nick Pellechia Jake Mika Greg Rommel John Garland Jeremiah Lowery Jesse Mancuso Nicholas Reed Jesse Osborne Shawn Secola Nate Hoenl Joe Wetty Dylan Hine Trent Daniels Coy Quivers Simon Williams Aaron Allison Braden Drexler Corey Outten Dylan Stair Matthew Sokoloski David McFadden Roy Dennis Scott Beltz Tyler Smith Matt Heilig David Carney Ryan Abbott Ethan Barley Frank Darden Christopher Dunford Chris Gary Duffy Gilhool Khalim Hadas Gabe Hale Miron Hayes Vaughn Jones Jake Klinger Dexter Jordan Travis Krall Josh MacClaren Jaren Marshall D.J. McFadden Nate Monroe Art Quaye Blake Remensnyder Josh Salak Jake Scott Marquis Seamon Josh Tripp Lamont Veal Carson Venne

Yr. Pos. Ht. R-Fr. OL 6-4 R-Fr. OL 6-2 R-So. OL 6-3 R-So. OL 6-4 Jr. DL 6-3 R-Fr. OL 6-2 R-Jr. OL 6-1 R-So. OL 6-2 R-Fr. OL 6-5 R-So. TE 6-3 R-So. DL 6-3 R-Fr. WR 6-3 R-Jr. WR 6-2 R-So. WR 6-3 R-Fr. TE 6-3 R-So. TE 6-3 R-Jr. K 5-10 R-Fr. LS 5-10 R-Sr. DL 6-2 R-Jr. LS 6-0 R-Sr. DL 6-6 R-Jr. DE 6-3 R-Fr. DL 6-2 R-So. K 5-9 R-Sr. DL 6-4 Fr. LS 5-10 Fr. K 5-11 Fr. DL 6-3 Fr. OL 6-4 Fr. OL 6-2 Fr. LB 5-9 Fr. QB 5-10 Fr. OL 6-4 Fr. LB/FB 5-11 Fr. WR 6-1 Fr. LB 5-11 Fr. DL 6-1 Fr. DB 5-10 Fr. OL 6-5 Fr. K 5-7 Fr. RB 5-11 R-So. WR 6-4 Fr. LB 5-11 Fr. DB 5-11 Fr. OL 6-5 Fr. DB 6-1 Fr. DB 5-10 Fr. DB 5-10 Fr. OL 6-4 Fr. WR 5-7 Fr. OL 6-3

Wt. 280 250 278 300 253 290 275 317 275 215 218 185 170 195 240 250 165 214 235 205 245 240 212 179 220 207 165 260 320 295 205 170 305 195 175 230 250 170 280 175 195 205 195 170 270 175 170 170 275 165 240

Hometown / High School Churchville / Council Rock South Tower City / Williams Valley Somerville, NJ / Immaculata (NJ) Hatfield / North Penn Sharon Hill / Academy Park Stroudsburg / Stroudsburg Dallastown / Dallastown Medford, NJ / Shawnee Glen Rock / Southwestern Whitehall / Whitehall Downingtown / Downingtown East Bloomsburg / Central Columbia Harrisburg / Susquehanna Township Mercersburg / James Buchanan Clarks Summit / Abington Heights Philadelphia / Frankford Bethlehem / Nazareth Warrington / Central Bucks South Alpha, NJ / Phillipsburg Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg Allentown / Allentown Central Catholic Berwick / Berwick Pen Argyl / Pen Argyl Area Gettysburg / Gettysburg Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Johnstown / Westmont Hagerstown / Saint James School Millersville / Penn Manor Philadelphia / Martin Luther King Chester, VA / Thomas Dale Philadelphia / Archbishop Wood Boothwyn / Chichester Philadelphia / West Philadelphia Catholic Downingtown / Downingtown West Bryn Mawr / Harriton Susquehanna Twp. / Valley Forge Berwick / Central Columbia Wernersville / Conrad Weiser New Columbia / Milton Troy / Troy Hawley / Wallenpaupack Philadelphia / Abington Hershey / Bishop McDevitt Elizabethtown / Elizabethtown Danville / Danville Harrisburg / Central Dauphin New Cumberland / Cedar Cliff Philadelphia / Father Judge Catawissa / Southern Columbia Upper Darby / Cardinal O'Hara York / Central York

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Monroe, Nate Morris, Donovan

LB DB Mosley-Dew, Altarique RB Munger, Dai'Shon RB Myers, Brody RB Norford, Marquez DL Osborne, Jesse OL Outten, Cory LS Palubinsky, Chris QB Parsnik, Joe RB Pellechia, Nick OL Pizarro, Eric WR Pope, Garrett LB Postell, Gary DB Pugh, Travon DB Quaye, Art DB Quinn, Shane TE Quivers, Coy WR Ranco, Ezra DL Reed, Nicholas OL Remensnyder, Blake OL Robinson, D.J. DB/KR Rommel, Greg OL Russell, Michael LB Salak, Josh DB Schafer, Brynn LB Schwartz, Eric DB Scott, Jake DB Seamon, Marquis DB Secola, Shawn OL Shirk, Justin LB Simmons, Trent LB Smith, Tyler K Sokoloski, Matthew LS Spangler, Dylan LB Stahl, Harley DL Stair, Dylan DL Stevenson, Sage LB Szaflarski, Tyler LB Tookes, Rasheen RB Toomey, Jerrin DB Tripp, Josh OL Veal, Lamont WR Venne, Carson OL Wagner, Will P Wetty, Joe DE Whiteside, Christian OL Williams, Miles DB Williams, Simon TE Alphabetical Roster

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2014 SEASON PREVIEW

2014 Bloomsburg Season Preview By Scott Eddy, Assistant Sports Information Director

A year removed from a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship, Bloomsburg returns to the gridiron this fall needing to fill the vacated shoes occupied last season by members of one of the strongest senior classes in program history. Though much has changed, in reality little is different around the Huskies as the 2014 season begins. “I don’t think we need to have any different expectations than we do every year,” said head coach Paul Darragh, the 2013 PSAC East Coach of the Year after leading the Huskies to a 10-2 record in his first season at the helm. “Our goals are to win the PSAC East, to win the conference and to go as far as we can in the national playoffs.” With three All-Americans from a year ago gone to the professional ranks, along with four other graduated allconference selections and the National Player of the Year, the task of finding replacements may seem daunting. Darragh is quick to point out, however, that the Huskies’ ability to find the right fits for their system year in and year out has allowed Bloomsburg to record 15 consecutive winning seasons. “Last year’s group is going to be tough to replace,” he said. “But I’ve told our guys that the key is to be able to play as a team and buy into the fact that some of the best teams we’ve ever had here did not have one pro prospect.” Though the focus may be on the graduated players who are not back from last year’s championship team – Harlon Hill winner and the PSAC’s all-time leading rusher Franklyn Quiteh, all-time school sacks leader and NFL Draft selection Larry Webster along with three all-conference offensive linemen in Brian Clarke, Matt Feiler and Chris Steck, the Huskies return five starters on offense as well as eight on defense. Having numerous returners will come in handy as the Huskies face tests right off the bat as part of a challenging schedule. After opening at non-conference Stonehill on Sept. 6, which finished 8-3 last year and reached the Northeast-10 Championship Game, Bloomsburg begins its home schedule against perennial PSAC West power California (PA) before making the trip to Erie for a Week 3 date at Mercyhurst. Those crossover dates will count toward divisional standings this season as the PSAC will count all mandated conference games. The opening season gauntlet continues as PSAC East play opens when Bloomsburg welcomes rival Shippensburg to Danny Hale Field at Redman Stadium on Sept. 27.

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OFFENSE Quarterback Redshirt junior Tim Kelly has taken a stranglehold on the position after winning a tight pre-season battle in 2012. Since, Kelly has helped guide the Huskies to a 20-4 record during his tenure under center and he has already begun to climb the program record books. He ranks fifth in career touchdown passes (39) and eighth in passing yards (3,890). Kelly, who completed over 58 percent of his pass attempts last year, also brings the ability to scramble – he rushed for 280 yards and six touchdowns in 2013. “Any time you return a veteran like Tim Kelly under center that is invaluable,” Darragh emphasized. Behind Kelly will be senior Brady Knerr along with newcomers Chris Palubinsky, a redshirt last year, and Ryan Henning, a transfer from Bucknell.


2014 SEASON PREVIEW Running Back Paramount to the Huskies success over the past decade and a half has been their ability to pound the football at will. Never has that been more evident than the past two years - the Huskies posted the top two rushing seasons in PSAC history back-to-back – 2012 (3,789 yards) and 2013 (3,762 yards). Much of that work was done on the legs of Franklyn Quiteh, who finished his brilliant career second all-time in NCAA Division II history with 7,523 yards rushing. Bloomsburg ultimately finished with the most points scored in school history (474), second-most team touchdowns in school history (63) and the most-ever yards of total offense (5,895) last year due in large part to the success on the ground. Bloomsburg also compiled 11 30-point games and recorded 500 or more yards of total offense eight times in 2013, both school records. Quiteh followed in the footsteps of previous stars such as Jamar Brittingham and Irv Sigler before him and the Huskies will seek to continue the tradition of success with their power run game. “We have depth in the backfield. You can’t afford not to have that,” Darragh said. “We feel we have at least four or five guys who are capable. We may not have someone who puts up the sheer numbers of Franklyn, but as a group we feel they give us the skill set at tailback we need to be successful.” Redshirt junior Dai’Shon Munger served as Quiteh’s primary compliment for much of the season last year, rushing for 644 yards and two scores on 120 carries. Also returning is redshirt

sophomore Joe Parsnik who impressed in his debut last fall, averaging 6.1 yards per carry while finishing with 513 yards and three touchdowns as he earned an expanded role late in the season. Adding additional depth to the position is sophomore Lawrence Elliott Jr. who shifts to the backfield after landing on the AllPSAC East second team as a kick returner while also seeing limited time at wide receiver last season as a true freshman. Redshirt freshman Altarique Mosley-Dew saw extensive time in this year’s spring game while Rasheen Tookes will also battle for carries. At fullback, the Huskies lost graduated senior Matt Wenrich but are confident in senior Brody Myers and junior Derek Burkhard who return from last year. Redshirt freshmen Eric McCracken and Wade Mastrog have also impressed the coaching staff. Wide Receiver A young group of wide outs will vie for time this season. Redshirt junior Connor Gades leads the group after starting all 12 games with 23 receptions and three touchdowns last year. Behind him there are opportunities for playing time. Redshirt junior Trent Daniels saw time in 11 games last year while redshirt sophomore Chad Hoffman makes the transition to wide receiver from quarterback – a move that has served the Huskies well in the past as Gades and last year’s leading receiver Glenn Hutton Jr. also were recruited as quarterbacks. Redshirt freshmen Davone Cornish and Dylan Hine along with Coy Quivers and 6’4’’ transfer D.J. McFadden also feature into the depth chart. “I’m sure we can be as productive in the passing game because the guy under center is back – that’s what really helps,” Darragh said. Tight End Depth, experience and options would be words to describe the Huskies situation at tight end. Redshirt junior Shane Quinn started six games last year while Aaron Allison added an element to the passing game in his debut season last fall. Younger players Nate Hoenl and Simon Patrick Williams add to an already deep position. “We’re really excited about where we are at tight end; we didn’t even recruit that position this year because of the depth we have and how young the guys are,” Darragh said. “The tight end position is critical to our run game and gives us the added stability and experience that will help compensate for losing the three guys we did on the offensive line.”

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2014 SEASON PREVIEW Offensive Line The impeccable trio of Clarke, Feiler and Steck were a model of consistency and excellence for the Huskies in recent years, accounting for a combined 133 starts. With those three spots vacated, Bloomsburg returns two lineman starters from the nation’s sixth-ranked rushing offense in juniors Ryan Geiger and Dakota Hoagland. Geiger figures to move to center from left guard, though redshirt sophomore Jesse Osborne could win the center job and allow Geiger to remain at guard. Hoagland continues to hold down the right tackle spot with Jon Garland, Shawn Secola and Nick Pellechia fighting for time at tackle as well. Christian Whiteside saw extended playing time last year and will be in the mix at guard along with Nicholas Reed and Greg Rommel. “We felt like through the spring we identified the linemen who will come back and compete for positions,” Darragh said. “We have some depth.” DEFENSE “Defensively we feel like we have a chance to be better,” Darragh says. “Even though it will be tough to replace the production Larry Webster had and Jonathan Patrick along with Chris Kennedy who were productive as well, we think we have the guys to step in and fill those roles.” Defensive Line The Huskies have a large void left by the graduation of sack leader Webster who led the nation in sack yardage last year while racking up 12.5 sacks before being drafted by the Detroit Lions in the fourth round of May’s NFL Draft. Also gone is all-conference defensive tackle Kennedy.

Senior Dylan Stair and redshirt sophomore Joe Wetty played in every game last year and are also joined by newcomers Marquez Norford and Scott Beltz. Linebacker In a defense with returners at every position, no spot is in better shape than linebacker where the Huskies did not lose anyone from last year’s conference champions. Senior Justin Shirk made a nearly flawless transition to middle linebacker last year, compiling the third-most tackles in Bloomsburg history (123) and owns 272 tackles along with 23.5 tackles for loss during his Huskies tenure. Senior Dylan Spangler started 11 games with 58 tackles a year ago at the buck linebacker position while Garrett Pope started eight games at the will spot. Andrew Harris returns after finishing second on the team with 72 stops last fall. “We’re excited about the linebacker corps," Darragh said. "That group with Justin being such a great leader should give us the same type of, if not more, production than last year.” Bernadain Decena and Tyrik Clary, a transfer from Shippensburg, also add depth on the outside while Bryan McCall and Tyler Szflarski will work to see time in the middle. Defensive Backs The secondary is an area the Huskies will need to improve on from last year, allowing opponents 299.2 yards per game through

The cupboard is far from bare, however. Shawn Mitchell reprises his starting role alongside Jeremiah Lowery and Ezra Ranco in the middle while Bill LaBadie and Roy Dennis fight for expanded roles at tackle. At the ends, the Huskies will miss Webster but certainly do not lack for capable players ready to step up. “We are loaded with experience at defensive end,” Darragh said. “We have guys with the experience and some young guys coming up. We may not have a dynamic sack guy like Larry, but I think collectively we will have solid play.” Senior David McFadden started all 12 games opposite Webster last year and is joined by two potential key returning teammates – Tony David and Matt Heilig who each missed all of last season due to injury. David, who suffered a knee injury during the first series of last year’s season opener, had 41 tackles and four sacks in 2012. Heilig returned for the spring after playing 22 games his first two years in maroon and gold.

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“We have a good chance to be better in the secondary. We have added depth at corner and safety and have options we didn’t have a year ago,” Darragh said. Gary Postell, an All-PSAC East selection last year, returns at cornerback along with fellow starter D.J. Robinson who had four interceptions last season. Behind them, Damin Finley, Travon Pugh and Mark Collins Jr. will work into the rotation while Miles Williams could play an important role after missing last season due to injury. Senior Tomas Cabrera missed the spring due to injury, but returns at safety along with Tyler Knoblauch who had 43 tackles and two interceptions a year ago. Donovan Morris brings the ability to play nickel as well as corner while Jerrin Toomey impressed during the spring game. Newcomer Eric Schwartz will also add depth. Special Teams Of all the members of last year’s senior class, kicker Dan Fisher may be the most overlooked. The PSAC’s all-time leader in field goals, PATs and kicking points, Fisher was nearly automatic when he stepped on the field. Redshirt junior Braden Drexler steps into that role this fall after handling kickoff duties in 2013. "The consistency Dan gave us was unbelievable. Braden had a

great spring and hopefully we can come close to being as consistent as Dan was,” Darragh said. Will Wagner averaged 39.0 yards per punt with 16 punts placed inside the 20 as a true freshman last year. Elliott was a star on the kick return team also as a true freshman and brings big play ability again this fall. OVERALL Though some of the names and faces may have changed, the Huskies expect to again be in the race at the top of a competitive PSAC East. “We may not have the flashy names and pre-season All-Americans like last year, but we definitely have the ability to be the same type of football team or better,” Darragh said. “We have the talent to compete – it’s just a matter of having the right guys on the field and playing as a team to give us a chance to win.” With many of the position battles decided during the spring, the return of summer brings the Huskies an opportunity to finalize the final question marks before traveling to Stonehill on Week 1 and then embarking on the PSAC schedule. “The pieces of the puzzle are there,” Darragh said. “We just have to mold them so that they’re ready by Sept. 6.”

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2014 HUSKIES BY THE NUMBERS

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Record for this year's seniors over past three seasons

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CAPTAINS

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JUSTIN

SHIRK

Linebacker R-Sr. 6-1 240 Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Exercise Science

2013: Recorded 123 tackles, third-most in single season BU history...Named second team All-Super Region One by Daktronics (12/5)... Recorded a team-high 12 total tackles in a 40-38 playoff loss to West Chester (11/30)... Selected to the All-PSAC first team for the first time in his career (11/19)... Led the Huskies with 13 total tackles in a 42-38 PSAC title win over Slippery Rock (11/16)... Named the Defensive Player of the Week by Beyond Sports Network (11/11)... Named the PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week (11/10)... Led the team with 16 total tackles in a 31-28 win over West Chester (11/9)...Recorded a team-high 14 total tackles and a sack in a 34-18 loss to Shippensburg (10/31)... Recorded six total tackles in a 35-7 win over Cheyney (10/26)... Named PSAC East Co-Defensive Athlete of the Week (10/20)... Led the team with 13 total tackles, as well as two sacks in a 52-38 win over East Stroudsburg 10/19)... Recorded seven total tackles in a 45-7 win over Millersville (10/12)... Collected a team-high eight tackles in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5)... Recorded six total tackles in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28)...Collected nine total tackles in a 31-12 win over Kutztown (9/21)... Led the team with 13 total tackles and also forced a fumble in a 47-35 victory at Edinboro (9/14)... Collected six total tackles in a 41-13 season opener win over Stonehill (9/7). 2012: Made eight tackles and posted a tackle for a loss of eight yards in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs (11/17)... Selected to the All-PSAC Eastern Division second team (11/13)...Named the PSAC Eastern Division Defensive Athlete of the Week (11/11)...Tied a careerhigh of 14 tackles for the second consecutive week...Of those 14 tackles against Slippery Rock, two were sacks (11/10)...Named as the PSAC Eastern Division Defensive Athlete of the Week (11/4)...Finished with a career-high 14 tackles including eight solo stops and two for a loss against West Chester (11/3)...Collected five tackles with a forced fumble and two quarterback hurries against 10th-ranked Shippensburg (10/27)...Led the Huskies defense with a game high 10 tackles in a Huskies 27-13 victory over Cheyney (10/20)...Broke up a pass and made eight tackles in a 43-24 victory over Gannon (9/29). 2011: Named as an All-PSAC second team selection for the 2011 season. Note: Shirk formerly was a member of the Bloomsburg track and field team as a javelin thrower. Shirk won the 2012 NCAA Division II national championship with a throw of 235-11 feet or 71.90 meters...His throw also set a new school record and was a personal best...He was the first NCAA track and field champion in school history...In his first meet of 2013 he finished first and qualified for PSACs in the javelin with an NCAA Provisional throw of 61.95 meters (203' 3'') at the Golden Ram Invitational before an injury ended his season. From the Coach: A big, fast athlete who has the ability to make every play necessary from the middle linebacker position. A “lead by example” senior captain that has taken strides to elevate his game through being a true student of the game.

Shirk's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2011 10-5 27 29 56 6.5 2.0 0 0 1 2012 11-11 60 33 93 9.0 2.0 0 2 1 2013 12-12 59 64 123 8.0 3.0 0 1 0 TOTALS 33-28 146 126 272 23.5 7.0 0 3 2

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TIM KELLY

Quarterback R-Jr. Camp Hill • Cedar Cliff Accounting

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Single Game Career Highs Passing Attempts: 32 vs. Shippensburg, 2013 Completions: 17 at East Stroudsburg, 2013 Passing Yards: 267 vs. East Stroudsburg, 2012 Touchdowns: 4 2x., last vs. Lock Haven, 2013 Rushing Yards: 96 vs. Slippery Rock, 2013 2013: Was the Huskies signal caller in all 12 games, completing 145 of 249 attempts for 2,097 yards and 17 touchdowns. Ranked among the PSAC leaders in pass efficiency (145.08) and also rushed for 280 yards and six touchdowns...Completed 19 of 31 passes for 265 yards and three touchdowns in a 40-38 playoff loss to West Chester (11/30)... Completed 13 of 27 passes for 173 yards and one touchdown and rushed six times for 96 yards in a 42-38 PSAC title win over Slippery Rock (11/16)... Completed 16 of 27 passes for 262 yards and also rushed for 40 yards and a touchdown in a 31-28 win over West Chester (11/9)... Completed 12 of 32 passes for 152 yards and an interception in a 34-18 loss to Shippensburg (10/31)... Completed 17 of 22 passes for 238 yards and a touchdown in a 52-38 win over East Stroudsburg and also rushed three times for 42 yards and two touchdowns (10/19)...Completed 8 of 15 passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns, also rushing six times for 40 yards in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5)... Completed 12 of 17 passes for 184 yards with one interception and four touchdowns in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28)... Completed 10 of 17 passes for 166 yards and threw for one touchdown in a 41-13 season opener win over Stonehill (9/7). 2012: Connected on 10 of 17 passing attempts for 185 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Huskies to victory over Slippery Rock (11/10)...Finished the day with 7-for-10 passing for 84 yards and a score in a Huskies 24-23 victory over West Chester (11/3)...Was 11-for-27 passing for 158 yards and a touchdown against 10th ranked Shippensburg (10/27)...Connected on scoring passes of 42 and 28 yards in a Huskies 27-13 victory over Cheyney (10/20)...Threw for a career-high 267 yards and four touchdowns in the 48-27 victory over East Stroudsburg...Completed touchdown passes of 5, 37, 68 and 72 yards on the day (10/13)...Threw for 240 yards and a career high three touchdowns in a 42-27 win over LIU Post. Had touchdown throws of 3, 60 and 73 yards in the victory. Also had three carries for four yards (9/22)...Threw for 246 yards on 16-for-28 passing and a pair of scores to lead the Huskies to a 44-37 victory over the 21st-ranked Golden Bears of Kutztown (9/15)...Opened up the season passing 16-for-26 through the air for 197 yards and a touchdown in a Huskies 44-28 victory over Stonehill (8/31). From the Coach: Kelly has emerged after spring as a leader of the offense. His teammates rally behind his work ethic on the field, in the weight room and the classroom. A tough competitor, Kelly demands precise execution out of his play. He showed marked improvement in completions, completion percentage, yards and passing efficiency in 2013. Kelly threw for over 260 yards twice in 2013, both vs. West Chester. His ability to get the offense in to the best play consistently, and make plays with his athleticism when things break down means big plays are always a possibility. He will play a major role in every facet of the Huskies offense in 2014.

Kelly’s Career Passing Statistics: 2012 2013 TOTALS 22

GP-GS Comp Att 12-12 115 225 12-12 145 249 24-24 260 474

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RYAN GEIGER

Guard/Center R-Jr. 6-1 280 Southampton • La Salle Accounting

2013: Started all 12 games for the Huskies at left guard, helping guide the sixth-ranked rushing offense in the nation while taking great strides in his first season as a starter...Named the Beyond Sports Network Offensive Athlete of the Week along with the entire Huskies offensive line (11/18). 2012: Saw action in five games for the Huskies. From the Coach: Has become dominant at the point of attack and is very intelligent. Geiger was part of an offensive line that ranked sixth in the nation in rushing with 3,762 yards in 2013. He must have a breakout year in 2014 for the Huskies to be proficient on the offensive side. Geiger is a candidate for post-season honors.

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QUARTERBACKS

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BRADY KNERR

Quarterback R-Sr. 6-1 Macungie • Emmaus Leadership/Public Advocacy

190

2013: Appeared in five games, completing three of eight attempts for 36 yards...Completed his only pass of the day for 19 yards in a 41-13 win over Stonehill (9/7). 2012: Posted a rushing touchdown and completed 6-of-8 passes for 79 yards in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs (11/17)...Passed for nine yards in a Huskies 38-14 victory over Millersville (10/6).

Knerr’s Career Passing Statistics: GP-GS Comp Att Pct Yds TD Int 2012 4-0 7 13 53.8 88 0 1 2013 5-0 3 8 37.5 36 0 1 TOTALS 9-0 10 21 47.6 124 0 2

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From the Coach: Knerr has tremendous knowledge of the game and understanding of the Huskies offense. Brady is a natural leader, competitor and great communicator. He was having a very productive spring until an injury sidelined him for the spring game. He will be ready for the 2014 season and will provide depth and competition at the quarterback position.

CHRIS PALUBINSKY

Quarterback R-Fr. 6-1 200 Ringtown • Shenandoah Valley Business Management

From the Coach: Palubinsky had a very good spring for the Huskies. With a full year in the Huskies offense, he has shown great strides in his mental approach to the game and is grasping the offense very well. Chris has tremendous athletic ability coupled with natural leadership and a desire to get better every day. His competitive nature is relentless and will provide critical competition and depth to the quarterback position.

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RYAN HENNING

Quarterback R-So. 6-4 210 Ashland • North Schuykill Criminal Justice

From the Coach: A transfer from Bucknell University, Henning showed great arm strength and athleticism in his first spring with the Huskies. A hard worker in the weight room, Ryan is a student of the game and as he continues to learn the offense he will add valuable depth and competition to the quarterback position this fall.

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DAI'SHON MUNGER

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

170

2013: Logged time in all 12 games as team's primary second option at running back, averaging 5.4 yards per carry for 644 yards on 120 carries along with two touchdowns on the ground...Rushed for 109 yards in a 35-7 win over Cheyney (10/26)... Rushed 12 times for 78 yards in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28)... Had 13 carries for 52 yards in a 31-12 win over Kutztown (9/21)... Had 21 carries for 133 yards and two touchdowns in a 47-35 victory at Edinboro (9/14)... Rushed 21 times for a career-high 135 yards in a 41-13 season opener win over Stonehill (9/7). 2012: Took his only carry of the game 30 yards for a touchdown on the opening drive of the game to post one of the Huskies' three scores against West Chester (11/3)...Rushed for 20 yards on three carries in a Huskies 48-27 victory over East Stroudsburg (10/13)...Gained a career-high 71 yards on the ground to keep the chains moving for the Huskies in a 38-14 win over Millersville (10/6)...Carried six times for 32 yards in a Huskies 43-24 victory over Gannon (9/29). From the Coach: Returning for his third season at the tailback position, he now will get the opportunity to use his outstanding quickness, speed, and athletic ability in the Husky running offense.

Munger's Career Rushing Statistics: GP-GS 2012 10-0 2013 12-0 TOTALS 22-0

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No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 33 207 6.3 1 30 20.7 120 644 5.4 2 34 57.7 153 851 6.3 3 34 38.7

JOE PARSNIK

Running Back R-So. Wilkes-Barre • Coughlin Undeclared

5-9

180

2013: Impressed in Huskies debut, playing in all 12 games while rushing for 513 yards and three touchdowns. Carried 84 times for an average of 6.1 yards per carry...Rushed seven times for 42 yards in a 40-38 playoff loss to West Chester (11/30)... Rushed eight times for 21 yards and two touchdowns in a 42-38 PSAC title win over Slippery Rock (11/16)... Rushed for 72 yards in a 31-28 win over West Chester (11/9)... Recorded 13 carries for 54 yards in a 35-7 win over Cheyney (10/26)...Carried 18 times for 85 yards in a 45-7 win over Millersville (10/12)... Recorded a 34-yard rush for a touchdown in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5)... Rushed 14 times for Parsnik's Career Rushing Statistics: 101 yards in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28)... Had 12 carries for 81 yards in a 41-13 season-opener win over Stonehill (9/7). GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2013 12-0 84 513 6.1 3 62 43.8 From the Coach: He will be called upon to play in a number of TOTALS 12-0 84 513 6.1 3 62 43.8 offensive packages. An extremely smart and gifted runner, Joe is more than ready to accept a bigger role on the offense. 2014 Huskies Football

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LAWRENCE ELLIOTT

Running Back So. 6-0 Utica, NY • Thomas R. Proctor Undeclared

JR.

190

2013: Selected to All-PSAC East second team after starring on special teams as a return specialist during freshman season, averaging 27.8 yards per kick return and 9.9 yards per punt return while playing in all 12 games...Returned five kickoffs for 183 yards, with his longest being an 86-yard return in 34-18 loss to Shippensburg, setting a school record for kick return average in a game (36.6 yards) (10/31)... Returned four punts for 94 yards, including a 73-yard touchdown return, the first of his career in a 45-7 win over Millersville (10/12)... Made a reception in his first career game as a true freshman, a 19-yard reception in 41-13 win over Stonehill. From the Coach: Elliott moves from wide receiver to the tailback position this season. He impressed the coaches with his toughness and burst of speed during spring drills. His size, speed, and ball catching ability will be a key factor in the Huskies offense this fall.

Elliott's Return Statistics:

Kick Returns Punt Returns GP Ret Yds Avg TD LG Ret Yds Avg TD LG 2013 12 20 556 27.8 0 86 11 109 9.9 1 73 TOTALS 12 20 556 27.8 0 86 11 109 9.9 1 73

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ALTARIQUE MOSLEY-DEW Running Back R-Fr. 5-8 East Stroudsburg • Stroudsburg Special Education

188

From the Coach: Altarique Mosley-Dew is a redshirt freshman vying for playing time. A speedster, he was also recognized by the coaches during spring drills for his quickness and running style at the tailback position. His day-to-day improvement in grasping the offensive scheme will help in competing for playing time.

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BRODY MYERS

Fullback R-Sr. 6-1 235 Akron • Ephrata Business Education/Economics

2013: Saw action in 10 games including one start at fullback...Had two carries for seven yards vs. Cheyney (10/26)...Two carries for 13 yards in win at West Chester (11/9). 2012: Carried the ball two times for a total of eight yards in a 42-27 win over LIU Post (9/22)... Rushed for 15 yards in a 46-7 win over Millersville (9/24)...Rushed once for 11 yards in the 45-10 victory over Clarion (9/10). 2011: Rushed once for 11 yards in the victory over Clarion (9/10)...Rushed for 15 yards in a win over Millersville (9/24). From the Coach: Myers returns to the Husky backfield as the only senior running back. As a fullback in his previous three seasons, Brody will be called on to provide his experience and leadership this year to help the Huskies running game. He will be a key player and his role as a fullback will be critical for opening holes and creating seams for the young tailbacks.

Myers's Career Rushing Statistics: GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2011 6-0 5 26 4.8 0 13 4.0 2012 11-0 9 28 3.1 0 5 2.5 2013 10-1 7 28 4.0 0 9 2.8 TOTALS 27-0 14 84 3.9 0 13 3.1

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DEREK BURKHARD

Fullback R-Jr. 5-11 230 Fayetteville • Chambersburg Area Exercise Science

2013: Caught five passes for 61 yards in a 35-7 win over Cheyney (10/26)... Caught one pass for 42 yards and a touchdown in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5).

Burkhard's Career Rushing Statistics: GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2012 1-0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2013 12-0 5 14 2.8 0 5 6.2 TOTALS 13-0 5 14 2.8 0 5 6.2

From the Coach: Burkhard is coming off a tremendous spring practice season. He worked extremely hard in the weight room and his athletic versatility has earned him the opportunity to share the fullback duties with Brody Myers.

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WADE MASTROG

Fullback R-Fr. 6-0 220 Chester Springs • Downingtown East Marketing

From the Coach: Mastrog put in hard work during spring drills and will be looked to as an option to backup at fullback this fall after redshirting last season.

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ERIC McCRACKEN

Fullback R-Fr. 6-1 Bloomsburg • Central Columbia Business Management

230

From the Coach: McCracken put in hard work during spring drills and will be looked to as an option to backup at fullback this fall after redshirting last season.

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RASHEEN TOOKES

Running Back R-So. 5-8 205 Philadelphia • Valley Forge Military Academy Business

From the Coach: Has worked consistently to get back to full strength after suffering an injury in 2013. Tookes is a physical runner who works hard and will provide solid depth at tailback.

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WIDE RECEIVERS

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CONNOR GADES

Wide Receiver R-Jr. 6-1 West Chester • Unionville Business Marketing/Management

200

2013: Appeared in all 12 games at wide receiver, making 23 receptions for 287 yards and three touchdowns while averaging 12.5 yards per catch...Recorded three catches for 88 yards including a career-long 72-yard touchdown reception in a 40-38 NCAA Playoff loss to West Chester (11/30)... Caught four passes for 39 yards and a touchdown in a 42-38 PSAC title win over Slippery Rock (11/16)... Had four catches for 57 yards and a touchdown in a 31-12 win over Kutztown (9/21)... Had three catches for 27 yards in a 4735 victory at Edinboro (9/14).

Gades's Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2013 12-12 23 287 12.5 3 72 25.0 TOTALS 12-12 23 287 12.5 3 72 25.0

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TRENT

From the Coach: Tim Kelly’s favorite target of the returning receivers, Gades had 23 catches for 287 yards and three touchdowns in 2013, including a 72-yard score against West Chester in the NCAA Playoffs. Connor has become a leader of the receiving corps through his consistent play, knowledge of the offense, hard blue collar work ethic in the weight room and practice field. Look for big things from him in the 2014 season.

DANIELS

Wide Receiver R-Jr. 6-2 170 Harrisburg • Susquehanna Township Business Marketing 2013: Saw time in 11 games, making four receptions for 83 yards...Caught one pass for 50 yards in a 31-28 win over West Chester (11/9)... Caught his first two collegiate passes for 23 yards in a 35-7 win over Cheyney (10/26). From the Coach: Daniels got more reps than any wide receiver this past spring and it shows. Trent has continued to elevate his play, and is poised for an outstanding 2014 season. He played in 11 games in 2013 and gained valuable experience that has given him the confidence to be the top target in 2014. Expect a breakout season this year.

Daniels's Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2013 11-0 4 83 20.8 0 50 7.5 TOTALS 11-0 4 83 20.8 0 50 7.5

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CHAD HOFFMAN Wide Receiver R-So. Drums • Hazleton Secondary Education

6-2

190

From the Coach: Hoffman began a transition from quarterback to receiver this past spring. The Huskies have found success with position moves like this in the past and certainly see a lot of success in Hoffman’s future with the team. He will add immediate depth and toughness to the receiving corps as a relentless competitor and natural athlete. Chad has a great understanding of the offense, and his ability to decipher defenses makes him a big play threat every snap.

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DAVONE CORNISH

Wide Receiver R-Fr. 6-1 Philadelphia • G.W. Carver Undeclared

170

From the Coach: Cornish had a productive spring for the Huskies offense. He has a long frame with big play capabilities. A quarterback in high school, Davone has added 15 pounds of muscle and gained valuable repetitions at the receiver position and will be ready to contribute in 2014.

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ALEX DUNDORE Wide Receiver R-Fr. Reading • Exeter Elementary Education

5-11

173

From the Coach: Dundore is one of the hardest workers on the Huskies roster. A tireless worker in the weight room and practice field, Alex elevates others around him. His effort and energy are two things that separate him from the pack, coupled with a team first attitude make Alex one of the most dependable receivers for the Huskies. Dundore will also be the holder for PATs and field goals.

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ERIC PIZARRO

Wide Receiver R-Fr. 6-2 Milford • Delaware Valley Undeclared

190

From the Coach: Pizarro had a good spring for the Huskies and continues to develop into a big time playmaker. Pizarro has great size and speed which make him able to stretch the field very effectively. After battling back from a knee injury early in 2013, look for Pizarro to continue to make strides and contribute in 2014.

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DYLAN HINE

Wide Receiver R-Fr. 6-3 Bloomsburg • Central Columbia Exercise Science

185

From the Coach: Hine is very intelligent and coachable. He has a great frame and coupled with his knowledge of the game, Dylan is a big target for any quarterback. Sure hands and reliability are two of Hine’s strengths that will aide in the depth and productivity of the receiving corps in 2014.

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SHANE

QUINN

Tight End R-So. Levittown • Neshaminy Business Management

6-2

245

2013: Alternated as the starter at tight end appearing in all 12 games with five catches for 40 yards while playing an important blocking role.

Quinn's Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2012 12-0 1 17 17.0 0 17 1.4 2013 12-6 5 40 8.0 0 13 3.3 TOTALS 24-6 6 57 9.5 0 17 2.4

89

AARON

From the Coach: Quinn missed spring practice due to injury but is expected to make a major impact from his tight end position for this fall. A very intelligent player and dominant blocker, he must make a major contribution this fall for the Huskies to be successful. From his tight end position, Shane is a candidate for post-season honors.

ALLISON

Tight End R-So. Philadelphia• Frankford Mass Communication

6-3

250

2013: Made Huskies debut by appearing in all 12 games, hauling in 11 receptions for two touchdowns, averaging 13.7 yards per catch...Three receptions for 24 yards and a touchdown in a 40-38 playoff loss to West Chester (11/30)... Caught one pass for 20 yards and a touchdown in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5).

Allison's Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2013 12-0 11 151 13.7 2 32 12.6 TOTALS 12-0 11 151 13.7 2 32 12.6

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NATE

From the Coach: Allison was part of an offense that finished the season with a school record of 5,895 yards. From his tight end position, Allison is a dominant blocker and also averaged over 13 yards per catch during the 2013 season. He must have a breakout season in 2014 for the Huskies offense to be successful. Allison is a candidate for postseason honors.

HOENL

Tight End R-So. Whitehall • Whitehall Criminal Justice

6-3

215

2013: Appeared in six games as a reserve during Huskies debut. From the Coach: Hoenl had a very productive spring at tight end. With increased size and strength he will be called upon to provide depth at his tight end position. Nate has great hands and with increased knowledge of the Husky offense, he will make a contribution this fall. 32

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DAKOTA

HOAGLAND

Tackle R-Jr. 6-4 305 Shoemakersville • Hamburg History 2013: Started all 12 games for the Huskies at right tackle, helping guide the sixth-ranked rushing offense in the nation...Named the Beyond Sports Network Offensive Athlete of the Week along with the entire Huskies offensive line (11/18). 2012: Played in eight games. From the Coach: Hoagland returns as the starting right tackle for the 2014 season. He has tremendous work ethic and has put in the time in the off-season to become extremely effective in the Bloomsburg offense. In 2013 he helped set a school record for points scored at 474. He must continue to be dominant and make a major contribution this season for the Huskies offense to be successful. A candidate for post-season honors.

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JOHN GARLAND

Tackle R-So. 6-4 300 Hatfield • North Penn Exercise Science

2013: Saw action in 11 games for the Huskies. From the Coach: At 6-4, 300 lbs., Garland must make a major contribution in 2014. At the critical left tackle position, he will be called upon to provide consistency and dominance in each and every game. He has tremendous strength and athletic ability and must be dominant at the point of attack to ensure offensive productivity. With a breakout year, John is a candidate for post-season honors.

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CHRISTIAN

WHITESIDE

Guard R-Jr. 6-2 270 Broomall • Marple Newtown Pre-Physical Therapy

2013: Saw action in 11 games for the Huskies as part of the sixth-ranked rushing attack in the nation. 2012: Was part of an offensive line that led the fifth-ranked rushing offense in Division II at 315.75 yards per game. Bloomsburg set the PSAC single-season rushing record with 3,789 yards. The offensive line guided the leading rusher in Division II in Franklyn Quiteh (176.75) and also produced two 1,000-yard backs in consecutive seasons (2011-12), becoming the first team in the PSAC to do so. The BU offense also ranked on the BU all-time leaderboard in points scored (451 - fourth) and touchdowns (61 - second). The offensive line allowed just two sacks in BU’s final seven games and led the PSAC and ranked seventh in Division II at 0.67 sacks allowed per game. From the Coach: Whiteside returns as the starting guard for the 2014 season. He helped lead the way for a dominant rushing attack and helped Franklyn Quiteh win the Harlon Hill Trophy in 2013.

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GREG

ROMMEL

Guard R-So. 6-3 275 Somerville, NJ • Immaculata Marketing

2013: Saw action in four games for the Huskies. From the Coach: Rommel has gained valuable experience playing both guards last fall and this spring. He has worked to improve his strength and knowledge of the BU offense. Rommel is projected to get playing time during the 2014 season. He must make a contribution this fall for the Huskies offense to be effective.

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NICHOLAS

REED

Guard R-Jr. 6-1 275 Dallastown • Dallastown Business Management

2013: Played in four games for the Huskies. 2012: Saw action in two games for the Huskies. From the Coach: Reed has improved throughout his playing career and is projected as a starting guard this fall. With his improved agility and strength, he will be called upon to make a major contribution during the 2014 season.

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JESSE

OSBORNE

Center / Tackle R-So. Medford, NJ • Shawnee Philosophy

6-2

300

2013: Saw action in 11 games for the Huskies. From the Coach: Osborne worked at both center and tackle during spring drills. With improved athletic agility and quickness, he is projected to become a dominant force in the Huskies offense. A very intelligent player, he must make a major contribution this fall. Osborne will continue to cross train at both center and tackle during the 2014 campaign.

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JESSE

MANCUSO

Guard / Center R-Fr. 6-2 Stroudsburg • Stroudsburg Digital Forensics

290

From the Coach: Made the switch from guard to center during the spring. With improved knowledge of the offense, he will be called upon to provide depth on the Husky offensive front.

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NICK

PELLECHIA

Tackle / Guard R-Fr. 6-4 Churchville • Council Rock South Criminal Justice

280

From the Coach: Pellechia has gained valuable experience at both offensive guard and tackle during spring practice. With increased strength he is expected to provide depth on the Huskies offensive line in 2014. Pellechia could see playing time this fall.

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SHAWN

SECOLA

Tackle R-Fr. 6-5 275 Glen Rock • Southwestern Exercise Science

From the Coach: Secola had a great spring at offensive tackle. He has improved his strength and agility and must provide depth for the 2014 season. He could see playing time this fall.

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SHAWN

MITCHELL

Defensive Line R-Sr. Nazareth • Nazareth Marketing

6-2

245

2013: Appeared in 11 games with nine starts at defensive tackle while compiling 31 tackles, 6.5 for loss, and four sacks...Tallied seven total tackles and a sack in a 40-38 playoff loss to West Chester (11/30)... Recorded two tackles and a sack in a 52-38 win over East Stroudsburg (10/19)... Recorded six total tackles and a sack in a 45-7 win over Millersville (10/12)... Made three stops and a sack in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28). 2012: Saw action in eight games...Made two tackles and a half sack in a Huskies 48-27 win over East Stroudsburg (10/13)...Posted four tackles and a half sack in 38-14 win over Millersville (10/6)...Forced a fumble and logged a sack for a loss of eight yards in a Huskies 44-28 win over Stonehill (8/31). From the Coach: Mitchell has matured during his time at BU and will be looked to for leadership and counted on to be productive.

94

DAVID

Mitchell's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2011 4-0 0 4 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 2012 8-0 8 9 17 2.0 2.0 1 0 2013 11-9 8 23 31 6.5 4.0 1 1 TOTALS 23-9 16 26 52 8.5 6.0 2 1

McFADDEN

Defensive Line R-Sr. 6-6 245 Allentown • Allentown Central Catholic Business Management

2013: Started all 12 games at defensive end, finishing with 32 tackles and 1.5 sacks...Recorded a sack in a 31-28 win over West Chester (11/9)... Collected four total tackles and half of a sack in a 34-18 loss to Shippensburg (10/31)... Recorded five tackles in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5)... Made six total tackles in a 47-35 victory at Edinboro (9/14). 2012: Started in all 12 games...Posted a half-sack in a 49-41 win over Slippery Rock (11/10)...Collected four tackles and a pass breakup against 10th-ranked Shippensburg (10/27)...Made four tackles on the game in a 48-27 victory over East Stroudsburg (10/13)...Posted a half sack against Millersville (10/6)...Made a career-high seven tackles in the Huskies 41-27 triumph over LIU Post (9/22)...Collected five tackles for the Huskies defense in a 30-14 win over Edinboro (9/8)...Posted two tackles in a 44-28 win over Stonehill in the seaMcFadden's Career Defensive Statistics: son opener (8/31). GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2011 10-0 1 5 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 From the Coach: Quiet leader who plays with excellent technique 2012 12-12 19 13 32 3.0 1.0 0 1 and consistency. Has learned a few new techniques and positions 2013 12-12 4 28 32 2.5 1.5 0 0 in the off-season and it has made him a more relaxed and natural TOTALS 34-24 24 46 70 5.5 2.5 0 1 athlete. A very big body who occupies space, yet has the ability to play both the run and the pass. 2014 Huskies Football

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EZRA

RANCO

Defensive Line R-So. 6-1 Collegeville • Perkiomen Valley Nursing

275

2013: Logged time in all 12 games, playing an important role on the Huskies defensive line. Finished the year with 23 tackles, including 6.5 tackles for loss and was among the team's sack leaders with four...Recorded four tackles and a sack in a 42-38 PSAC title win over Slippery Rock (11/16)...Tallied an interception, one tackle and forced a fumble in a 35-7 win over Cheyney (10/26)... Had 1 1/2 sacks and two total tackles in a 52-38 win over East Stroudsburg 10/19)... Recorded 1 1/2 sacks, two total tackles and forced a fumble in a 45-7 win over Millersville (10/12)...Compiled his first six collegiate tackles in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5). From the Coach: Has all of the physical tools to be a very dominant defensive tackle in the PSAC. Quick step and great hands – needs to combine this with a better understanding of the defense and a more tenacious attitude. Ranco could be a very dangerous player for the Huskies.

Ranco's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2013 12-0 12 11 23 6.5 4.0 1 0 0 TOTALS 12-0 12 11 23 6.5 4.0 1 0 0

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MATT

HEILIG

Defensive Line R-Sr. 6-4 Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Exercise Science

220

2013: Missed season due to injury. 2012: Collected four tackles against No. 10 Shippensburg (10/27)...Made four tackles in a Huskies 27-13 win over Cheyney (10/20). 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).

Heilig's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2011 10-0 9 5 14 1.0 1.0 0 0 2012 12-1 5 15 20 1.0 0.5 0 0 TOTALS 22-1 14 20 34 2.0 1.5 0 0 38

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From the Coach: Heilig returns to the lineup after an injury in 2013 and will be looked to for immediate leadership and effort. He has a great attitude and looks to become a very physical style of player in 2014. Has the gifts to be a great player on defense and should make some big plays for the Huskies this fall – powerful body and active hands.


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TONY

DAVID

Defensive Line R-Jr. Allentown • Salisbury Marketing

6-0

235

2013: Suffered season-ending injury during first game of season. 2012: Registered a sack for a loss of six yards in a 49-41 win over Slippery Rock (11/10)...Made four tackles and recorded a quarterback hurry in a 24-23 win over West Chester (11/3)...Collected four tackles in addition with a pass breakup and a quarterback hurry against 10th-ranked Shippensburg (10/27)...Made four tackles and two sacks for a loss of four yards in a 27-13 win over Cheyney (10/20). 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 victory over IUP (9/15)...Recorded one tackle in win over Clarion (9/10). From the Coach: Injured in the first defensive series in 2013, David will be looked to for leadership and for his play-making ability. The Huskies are counting on him to focus and commit himself to a full season. He has great natural abilities and the skills to be both a dangerous pass rusher as well as a very solid player against the run. 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 2012 12-11 15 26 41 6.0 4.0 0 2 2013 1-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 TOTALS 24-11 23 36 59 9.0 6.0 0 2

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DYLAN

STAIR

Defensive Line R-Sr. Alpha, NJ • Phillipsburg Business Management

6-2

240

2013: Appeared in all 12 games, making 14 tackles and recording two sacks...Recorded a sack in win at East Stroudsburg (10/19)...Made four tackles in win vs. Cheyney (10/26)...Registered a sack in victory at nationally-ranked West Chester (11/9).

Stair's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2012 4-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 1 2013 12-0 3 11 14 2.0 2.0 0 0 TOTALS 16-0 3 11 14 2.0 2.0 0 1

From the Coach: Made outstanding contributions in 2013 and is an athlete who rarely makes a mistake. He has worked to get the most out of his ability and understands both the defense and the game very well. He will be in the starting rotation and will be looked to for production each week. Plays with fire and intensity every day.

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JEREMIAH LOWERY

Defensive Line Jr. 6-3 Sharon Hill • Academy Park Information Technology

253

2013: Battled injury to play in eight games, making 15 tackles...Made three stops in PSAC Championship Game win over Slippery Rock (11/16)...Recorded career-high six tackles vs. Shippensburg (10/31). 2012: Played in 10 games as a true freshman...Made three solo stops in win over Slippery Rock (11/10)...Had three assisted tackles in win over East Stroudsburg (10/13)...Came up with three total tackles in win over Edinboro (9/8)...In his collegiate debut Lowery had two tackles at Stonehill (9/1).

Lowery's Career Defensive Statistics:

GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks 2012 10-0 6 15 21 0.5 0.5 2013 8-0 0 15 15 0.5 0 TOTALS 18-0 6 30 36 0.5 0.5

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JOE

FF FR 0 1 0 0 0 1

From the Coach: Came on last season after an injury in camp and helped the Huskies' front stop the run and also had the ability to rush the passer. He has a nasty streak and he has the potential to be very good not only for the Huskies but within the PSAC.

WETTY

Defensive Line R-So. 6-3 200 Downingtown • Downingtown East Marketing

2013: Appeared in all 12 games, making 24 tackles...Made career-high five tackles in NCAA Playoff game vs. West Chester (11/30)...Recorded three total tackles and a half sack in a 45-7 win over Millersville (10/12). From the Coach: Plays very fast and will look to continue to develop his skills to become a serious threat against the pass and a player with great ability to hawk opposing ball carriers.

Wetty's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2013 12-0 10 14 24 0.5 0.5 0 0 TOTALS 12-0 10 14 24 0.5 0.5 0 0

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ROY

DENNIS

Defensive Line R-Jr. Berwick • Berwick

6-3

240

Special Education/Early Childhood Education 2013: Played in seven games, making seven tackles including 1.5 sacks and two tackles for loss...Recorded 1.5 sacks and two total tackles in a 45-7 win over Millersville (10/12). From the Coach: A technician with solid ability to push for playing time inside this year. He was a big-time pass rusher at defensive end in high school and is looked to bring some of those skills to the tackle position for the Huskies.

Dennis's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2012 3-0 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2013 7-0 1 6 7 2.0 1.5 0 0 1 TOTALS 10-0 1 7 8 2.0 1.5 0 0 1

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BILL

LaBADIE

Defensive Line R-So. Bensalem • Bensalem Exercise Science

6-4

291

2013: Appeared in five games, making six tackles...Was in on three stops in win vs. Millersville, including a tackle for loss (10/12). From the Coach: Has the physical skills to compete for playing time at defensive tackle. Still developing some skills, but should be ready to roll in September.

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MARQUEZ

NORFORD

Defensive Line R-So. 6-2 225 Harrisburg • Susquehanna Township Engineering

From the Coach: Norford returns to the Huskies after a year off and had a great spring. A strong run stopper and has the ability to make big plays against the pass. Strong and deceptively quick.

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SCOTT

BELTZ

Defensive Line R-Fr. 6-2 212 Pen Argyl • Pen Argyl Area Business Management & Marketing

From the Coach: Beltz proved himself last year and he had a very productive spring. He plays fast and is fearless on the field. He will battle for playing time as a redshirt freshman in a very veteran defensive front.

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TONY

LE

Defensive Line R-Fr. 6-0 Larksville • Wyoming Valley West Undeclared

260

From the Coach: Had a really good spring and may cause some match up issues with many offensive linemen in the league due to his speed. Le is still maturing and should become a crafty veteran by year's end.

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DYLAN

SPANGLER

Linebacker R-Sr. 6-0 225 Waynesboro • Waynesboro Mass Communications

2013: Started 11 of 12 games as a key figure at outside linebacker, ranking second on the team with 58 tackles...Recorded six total tackles in a 40-38 playoff loss to West Chester (11/30)... Collected career-high nine total tackles in a 34-18 loss to Shippensburg (10/31). 2012: Missed season due to injury. 2011: Recorded two tackles in the Huskies 45-10 victory over Clarion (9/10)...Made three tackles and recovered a fumble in a 32-20 victory over East Stroudsburg (10/1)...Picked up three tackles in a 45-10 win over Cheyney (10/8)...Registered three tackles in a 55-42 comeback win over West Chester (10/22)...Collected one tackle and forced a fumble against C.W. Post (10/28)...Recorded a career-high six tackles and assisted on a sack to end the regular season with a 34-3 win over Lock Haven (11/12). From the Coach: A Spangler's Career Defensive Statistics: physically strong player with the functionality to GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR make plays inside and 2010 13-0 5 4 9 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 outside of the box. He 2011 10-0 5 15 20 1.5 0.5 0 1 1 will come into the season 2012 DNP as the starter at the Buck 2013 12-11 16 42 58 3.5 0.0 0 0 0 linebacker position. TOTALS 35-11 26 61 87 5.0 0.5 0 1 1

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McCALL

Linebacker R-Jr. 6-0 230 Lititz • Warwick Business Marketing

2013: Appeared in four games, making nine tackles including a sack...Recorded three total tackles and a sack in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28). 2012: Posted three tackles for the Huskies in a 38-14 win over Millersville (10/6). From the Coach: A solid middle linebacker that can be counted on when he is directing the defense. A cognitive player with a nose for the ball. McCall will provide quality depth at the middle McCall's Career Defensive Statistics: linebacker position and special teams. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2012 4-0 1 4 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2013 4-0 3 6 9 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 8-0 4 10 14 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 2014 Huskies Football

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ANDREW HARRIS

Linebacker R-So. 5-10 205 Whitehall • Whitehall Communications

2013: Made an impressive debut for the Huskies, ranking second on the team in tackles with 72... Tied a career-high with 11 total tackles in a 42-38 PSAC title win over Slippery Rock (11/16)... Collected five total tackles and a sack in a 34-18 loss to Shippensburg (10/31)...Collected a team-high eight tackles in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5)... Recorded seven total tackles in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28)... Collected seven total tackles in a 31-12 win over Kutztown (9/21)...Collected 11 total tackles in a 47-35 victory at Edinboro (9/14)... Lead the team with eight total tackles in a 41-13 season opener win over Stonehill (9/7). From the Coach: A very instinctive player that had some intriguing game snaps as a redshirt freshman. He was not able to participate in spring practice due to an injury. Harris will be expected to add depth to Will linebacker position and compete for playHarris's Career Defensive Statistics: ing time. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2013 12-3 29 43 72 5.5 1.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 12-3 32 28 72 5.5 1.0 0 0 0

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GARRETT

POPE

Linebacker R-Jr. 6-2 215 Northumberland • Shikellamy Computer Science 2013: Moved into a starting role at the Will linebacker position, starting eight of 11 games played and totaling 38 tackles...Recorded five total tackles in a 35-7 win over Cheyney (10/26)... Collected five total tackles in a 52-38 win over East Stroudsburg 10/19)... Recorded five total tackles in a 45-7 win over Millersville (10/12)... Recorded five total tackles in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28). From the Coach: Pope is another player who has vital game experience. He had a productive spring and those reps will help him continue to propel his game. His translation of his athletic ability gives him great opportunity to be a contributor to the defense as a Will linebacker.

Pope's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2012 11-0 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2013 11-8 19 19 38 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 22-8 21 20 41 0.0 0.0 0 0 0

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BERNADAIN

DECENA

Linebacker R-Sr. 6-1 205 Philadelphia • Archbishop Ryan Organizational Communication 2013: Saw action in eight games with 13 tackles including 1.5 tackles for loss... Had three tackles including a tackle for loss in victory vs. Cheyney (10/26)...Made two tackles in season-opener vs. Stonehill (9/7). 2012: Posted three tackles for the Huskies in a 38-14 win over Millersville (10/6). From the Coach: A veteran that is a high energy player with a very selfless approach to the football program. Decena is a hard-working player that will add good depth to the Buck linebacker position and be vital on special teams.

Decena's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2012 10-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2013 8-0 6 7 13 1.5 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 18-0 6 7 13 1.5 0.0 0 0 0

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BRYNN

SCHAFER

Linebacker R-So. 6-1 220 Schuylkill Haven • Blue Mountain Accounting

2013: Appeared in two games during the season. From the Coach: Moved to middle linebacker because of his intuitive nature and adjusted very well in spring. Schafer is a tough player that has the ability to learn on the run. Will be expected to contribute on special teams.

Schafer's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2013 2-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0

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MICHAEL

RUSSELL

Linebacker/Def. End R-So. Hamburg • Hamburg Biology

6-2

220

From the Coach: A strong, tough player that will see also time at defensive end this fall. Russell was not able to participate in spring practice while recovering from an injury.

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STEVENSON

Linebacker R-Fr. 5-11 210 Exton • Downingtown East Undeclared

From the Coach: Stevenson is a no non-sense type of linebacker. After having a productive spring he is expected to continue to learn and provide great plays on special teams.

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TRENT

SIMMONS

Linebacker R-Fr. 6-1 220 Philadelphia • LaSalle College Undeclared

From the Coach: Simmons had vital snaps in the spring. He is a Buck linebacker that will be expected to continue to learn the system and also be able to provide adequate production on special teams.

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TYLER

KNOBLAUCH

Safety R-Sr. 5-10 198 Berlin, N.J. • Eastern Exercise Science

2013: Started all 12 games at safety, making 43 tackles with two interceptions and six pass deflections... Collected eight total tackles in a 52-38 win over East Stroudsburg (10/19)... Recorded four tackles in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5)... Registered an interception and career-high eight tackles, including six solo stops, in 31-12 victory at Kutztown (9/21) ... Recorded an interception and 18 return yards in 47-35 win at Edinboro (9/14). 2012: Posted four tackles and a pass breakup in a Huskies 38-14 win over Millersville (10/6). 2011: Recorded two tackles in the Huskie victory over IUP (9/15).

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 2012 9-1 4 5 9 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2013 12-12 27 16 43 0.0 0.0 0 2 0 TOTALS 23-13 32 22 54 0.0 0.0 0 0 0

21

DONOVAN

From the Coach: He is an aggressive player and a solid tackler. His experience in the defensive system is key to his knowledge of the game.

MORRIS

Corner Back R-Jr. 5-11 175 Philadelphia • George Washington Social Work

2013: Saw time in all 12 games including three starts, finishing the year with 48 tackles, a sack and an interception. Also returned five kicks, averaging 26.0 yards per return...Recorded a career-high 10 total tackles and a sack in a 42-38 PSAC title win over Slippery Rock (11/16)... Collected five tackles and recorded three kick returns for 99 yards, with his longest being a 45-yard return in a 52-38 win over East Stroudsburg 10/19)... Recorded four tackles in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5). 2012: Picked up five tackles for the Huskies in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs (11/17)...Made two tackles for Bloomsburg in a 43-24 win over Gannon (9/29)...Collected two tackles for the Huskies defense in a 30-14 victory over Edinboro (9/8).

Morris's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2012 11-0 7 5 12 0.0 0.0 0 0 1 2013 12-3 25 23 48 0.0 1.0 1 0 3 TOTALS 23-3 32 28 60 0.0 1.0 1 0 4

From the Coach: Spent 2013 as the starting nickel back along with seeing action in a reserve role at safety. He is a wellrounded player that has the skill set to play multiple positions in the secondary. He is an aggressive and rangy player whose versatility is a key to the defenses success.

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D.J.

ROBINSON

Corner Back Sr. 5-8 Sinking Spring • Conrad Weiser Communications

175

2013: Recorded five total tackles and an interception in a 40-38 playoff loss to West Chester (11/30)... Recorded six total tackles in a 31-28 win over West Chester (11/9)... Recorded career-high nine total tackles in a 34-18 loss to Shippensburg (10/31)... Collected four total tackles in a 52-38 win over East Stroudsburg 10/19)... Finished with six total tackles in a 45-7 win over Millersville (10/12)... Recorded two tackles and an interception in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5)... Collected six total tackles in a 31-12 win over Kutztown (9/21)... Collected five total tackles in a 47-35 victory at Edinboro (9/14)... Recorded one tackle and an interception in a 41-13 season opener win over Stonehill (9/7). 2012: Collected three tackles for the Huskies in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs (11/17)...Registered five tackles and a fumble recovery in a 49-41 win over Slippery Rock (11/10)... Finished with five tackles on the day in a 24-23 win over West Chester (11/3)...Collected three tackles against 10th ranked Shippensburg (10/27)...Totaled six tackles for the Huskies in a 27-13 victory over Cheyney (10/20)...Credited with five tackles and a pass breakup in a victory over Millersville (10/6)...Made five tackles on the day for the Huskies in a 43-24 win over Gannon (9/29)... Recorded four tackles in a 41-27 victory over LIU Post (9/22)... Made seven tackles for the Huskies in a 44-37 victory over the #21 ranked Golden Bears of Kutztown (9/15)...Tallied seven tackles for the Huskies defense in a 30-14 victory over the Scots of Edinboro (9/8)...Collected seven tackles against Stonehill and posted an interception that was returned 28 yards for a touchdown (8/31). 2011: Had 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 (9/24)... Returned a punt for 55 yards and a kickoff for 54 yards in a Robinson's Career Defensive Statistics: victory over Cheyney (10/8)...Recorded three tackles in a vic GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR tory over Shippensburg (10/15)...Registered four tackles in a 2011 11-0 16 12 28 0.0 0.0 1 0 0 comeback victory over West Chester (10/22)...Had a 78 yard 2012 12-11 29 29 58 0.5 0.0 1 0 2 punt return against C.W. Post (10/28)...Made four tackles and 2013 12-12 33 15 48 5.0 0.0 4 0 0 had a 41 yard kickoff return against Kutztown (11/5). TOTALS 35-23 78 74 134 5.5 0.0 6 0 2 Note: Robinson's father was a member of the Huskies 1985 team that reached the NCAA semi-finals. From the Coach: He is a gifted athlete with the speed and explosiveness to make impact plays. His experience and his ability to make the big play will be key in 2014. His father, Mike, was a member of the 1985 Huskies squad that reached the national semi-finals.

Robinson's Return Statistics:

Kick Returns Punt Returns GP Ret Yds Avg TD LG Ret Yds Avg TD LG 2011 11 19 457 24.1 0 54 10 247 24.7 1 78 2012 11 22 447 20.3 0 73 9 55 6.1 0 25 2013 12 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 2.0 0 12 TOTALS 34 41 904 22.0 0 73 23 310 13.5 1 78 48

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GARY

POSTELL

Defensive Back R-Jr. 5-8 Philadelphia • Bishop McDevitt Marketing

170

2013: Started all 12 games for the Huskies and earned a spot on the All-PSAC East second team after ranking third on the team with 63 tackles including 46 solo stops. Also added four tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and an interception...Named the PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week after recording a career-high 12 total tackles and clinched victory with an interception in 42-38 PSAC Championship Game win over Slippery Rock (11/16)... Recorded five total tackles in a 3128 win over West Chester (11/9)... Collected eight total tackles and a pass break up in a 52-38 win over East Stroudsburg 10/19)... Recorded five total tackles and recovered a fumble in a 45-7 win over Millersville (10/12)... Recorded six tackles in a 38-14 win over Gannon (10/5)... Recorded five total tackles in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28)... Lead the team with 10 total tackles in a 3112 win over Kutztown (9/21)... Made seven total tackles in a 47-35 victory at Edinboro (9/14). 2012: Collected four tackles for the Huskies in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs (11/17)...Registered five tackles and recovered a fumble that he forced in a 49-41 victory over The Rock (11/10)...Logged three tackles in a 24-23 win over West Chester (11/3)...Collected three tackles against 10th ranked Shippensburg (10/27)...Recorded three tackles for the Huskies in a 27-13 win over Cheyney (10/20)...Made two tackles on the game in a Huskies 48-27 win over East Stroudsburg (10/13)...Credited with four tackles in a 38-14 Huskies victory over Millersville (10/6)...Broke up a pass and had a tackle in a Huskies 43-24 win over Gannon (9/29)...Recorded four tackles and broke up one pass in a 41-27 win over LIU Post (9/22)... Broke up two pass attempts and recorded four tackles in a Huskies 30-14 win over Edinboro (9/8)...Collected three tackles for the Huskies in a 44-28 win over Stonehill (8/31).

Postell's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2012 11-0 28 9 37 0.0 0.0 0 1 1 2013 12-12 46 17 63 4.0 0.0 1 2 1 TOTALS 23-12 74 26 100 4.0 0.0 1 3 2

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MILES

WILLIAMS

From the Coach: He had his best game in the PSAC Championship Game victory over Slippery Rock when he registered 12 tackles and made the game clinching interception on the last play. He possesses a great feel for the game and has very good ball skills. He is a physical player on the perimeter and has developed into talented and consistent performer.

Corner Back R-Fr. 5-10 Steelton • Bishop McDevitt Sports Management

180

From the Coach: Williams missed all of 2013 after suffering an injury in the pre-season. He had a solid spring drills gaining valuable experience at the corner position. He has good size and range for a corner and will add quality depth to that position. He was a member of the Pennsylvania squad in the 2012 Big 33 Football Classic.

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TOMAS

CABRERA

Safety R-Sr. 6-2 170 Hanover • Hanover Area Speech Pathology & Audiology

2013: Appeared in 10 games in first season with Huskies, recording three interceptions along with 47 tackles...Led the team with eight total tackles in a 35-7 win over Cheyney (10/26)... Collected five total tackles and a pass break up in a 52-38 win over East Stroudsburg 10/19)... Recorded six total tackles and an 82 yard interception return for a touchdown in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28)... Named the PSAC East Defensive Athlete of the Week (9/15)... Had eight total tackles and one interception in a 47-35 victory at Edinboro (9/14)... Collected three total tackles and an interception in a 41-13 season opener win over Stonehill (9/7). AT TEMPLE 2011: Played in six games...Also played on the kickoff and punt return units...Had a tackle in bowl win over Wyoming...Returned to action at Ohio...Had a solo tackle on special teams...Saw action in the win over Villanova. 2010: Played in five games...One of five true freshmen to see action...Forced his second fumble (in three games) in a win at Kent State...Also had a solo tackle against the Flashes...In collegiate debut at Buffalo, forced a fumble on the opening kickoff, leading to a Temple touchdown just six plays later... Also had two tackles against the Bulls...Named the coaches’ specialist of the game...Named the coaches’ offensive scout team player of the week for the Northern Illinois game.

2

DAMIN

Cabrera's Career Defensive Statistics (at BU): GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2013 10-0 28 19 54 0.0 0.0 3 1 1 TOTALS 10-0 28 19 54 0.0 0.0 0 1 1

FINLEY

Defensive Back R-Jr. 5-11 Cheltenham • Milford Academy Economics

190

2013: Saw action in 10 games this season for the Huskies. Recorded three solo tackles as well as three assisted tackles. Also served as a return man, averaging 18.5 yards per return. 2012: Made three tackles in a 24-23 win over West Chester (11/3)...Credited with four tackles in a 38-14 Huskies victory over Millersville (10/6)...Broke up two passes in a Huskies 43-24 win over Gannon (9/29)...Made three tackles for the Huskies in a 44-37 victory over the 21st-ranked Golden Bears of Kutztown (9/15)...Collected three tackles for the Huskies defense in a 30-14 victory Finley's Career Defensive Statistics: over Edinboro (9/8). GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2012 12-0 9 9 18 0.5 0.0 0 0 0 2013 10-0 3 3 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 24-0 12 12 24 0.5 0.0 0 0 0

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Kick Returns GP Ret Yds Avg TD LG 2013 10 14 259 18.5 0 29 TOTALS 10 14 259 18.0 0 29


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JERRIN

TOOMEY

Safety R-So. 5-10 185 York • West York Business Management 2013: Appeared in 11 games, playing an important role on special teams...Collected seven total tackles in a 35-7 win over Cheyney (10/26). From the Coach: Saw action in 2013 on special teams and in a limited role as a reserve safety. He is a gifted athlete with a good feel for the game. He had a very productive spring and will be looked upon to add quality depth at safety. He is a scholar athlete in the Business Management program.

Toomey's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2013 11-0 8 11 19 0.5 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 11-0 8 11 19 0.5 0.0 0 0 0

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DARNELL

BALDWIN

Safety R-Fr. 6-3 185 Philadelphia • Germantown Physics

From the Coach: Redshirted in 2013. He received a lot of playing time in the spring and showed the ability to cover ground and be an impact tackler from the safety position. His size and ability to run should make him a key contributor on the special teams units.

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TRAVON PUGH

Corner Back R-So. 5-9 175 Tobyhanna • Pocono Mountain West Computer Programming

2013: Played in five games, logging seven tackles, a sack and a pass breakup...Recorded six total tackles and first career sack in a 56-10 win over Lock Haven (9/28).

Pugh's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2013 5-0 5 2 7 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 5-0 5 2 7 1.0 1.0 0 0 0

32

MARK

From the Coach: Pugh saw limited time as a reserve at the corner position in 2013. He possesses good speed with quick footwork. He had a quality spring and will look to get in the rotation at corner.

COLLINS JR.

Defensive Back R-Fr. 5-9 185 Yeadon • Valley Forge Military Academy Accounting/Marketing

From the Coach: Collins redshirted in 2013. He is good athlete that is developing his skills as a defensive back. In the spring he showed aggressive play and the ability to finish plays. His speed and tackling ability should make him a key contributor on the special teams units.

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BRADEN

DREXLER

Place Kicker R-Jr. Bethlehem • Nazareth Digital Forensics

5-10

165

2013: Played an important special teams role, handling holding and kickoff duties in all 12 games. From the Coach: Drexler has been a major contributor to the Huskies special teams the past two seasons. During the 2013 season, he handled the Drexler's Career Statistics: kickoff duties as well as being Dan Fisher’s holder for extra points and field goals. In Kickoffs that role, Drexler was the unsung hero as his consistency was noted and reflected in GP No Yds Out TB the All-American level performance by Fisher. In 2014 Braden will be asked to fill 2013 12 79 4,248 1 5 the role of kicker for extra points and field goals. He has worked hard to increase his TOTALS 12 79 4 ,248 1 5 range and consistency as he will be asked to step into Fisher’s role.

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WILL

WAGNER

Punter So. 6-4 190 Wernersville • Conrad Weiser Undeclared

2013: Punted six times for 246 yards, with an average of 41 yards per punt, in a 42-38 PSAC title win over Slippery Rock (11/16)... Named D2Football Special Teams Player of the Week after placing three consecutive second half punts at the one-yard line in 31-28 victory at No. 8 West Chester while averaging 42.2 yards per punt (11/14) ... Set career-high with a 59-yard punt at Kutztown (9/21). From the Coach: Wagner was the Huskies starting punter as a true freshman for the 2013 season. He is extremely talented with a special knack for driving the ball with significant hang time. During the pivotal game with West Chester, Will placed three consecutive punts inside the 2-yard Wagner's Career Statistics: line which allowed the Huskies defense to make significant plays. Wagner missed the 2014 spring drills while rehabilitating from a shoulder injury. Will Punting No. Avg. Lng TB FC 50+ I-20 is working hard during the summer on ball placement. He has the potential to be one of the very best punters in college football. 2013 44 39.0 59 5 12 7 16 TOTALS 44 39.0 59

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MATTHEW

SOKOLOSKI

Long Snapper R-Jr. Bloomsburg • Bloomsburg Exercise Science

6-0

205

From the Coach: Sokoloski saw limited playing time during the 2013 season as Ian Murray’s backup at long snapper. Matt is a very good athlete who has the potential to be an impact player on the punt coverage team. He has worked hard in the weight room and in the gym to increase his strength and agility. Matt is a natural leader who will readily step into that role with the Huskies special teams. 2014 Huskies Football

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2014 OPPONENTS

STONEHILL SKYHAWKS

SEPTEMBER 6 • W.B. MASON STADIUM • NORTH EASTON, MA • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Easton, MA Founded 1948 Enrollment 2,300 School Colors Purple and White Conference Northeast-10 Stadium W.B. Mason Stadium Capacity 2,400 Surface Artificial Turf President Rev. John Denning Athletic Director Brendan Sullivan

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at SC Career Record

Robert Talley Boston University (‘91) 7 yrs, 36-36 (.500) 7 yrs, 36-36 (.500)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Pass Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers Special Teams Coordinator Defensive Line Running Backs Tight Ends Defensive Backs

Series History

Eli Gardner Tyler Moody Anthony Tokarz TBA Ken Goodwin Israel Abraham Andre Barboza Jonathan Sazo

First Meeting 2012 Series Record BU leads 2-0 Current Win Streak BU 2 Tally at SC vs. BU 0-2 Last Meeting 2013; BU 41, SC 13

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule Sep 6 BLOOMSBURG Sep 12 at Bentley Sep 20 at American Int’l Sep 27 Merrimack Oct 4 New Haven Oct 11 at LIU Post Oct 18 at Pace Oct 25 Southern Conn. State Nov 1 at Saint Anslem Nov 8 Assumption Nov. 15 NE-10 Championship Weekend

2013 Results (8-3, 8-1 NE-10) at Bloomsburg L, 41-13 Saint Anslem W, 52-24 at Assumption W, 41-38 OT Bentley W, 30-3 American Int’l L, 31-10 at Southern CT St. W, 23-21 at New Haven W, 29-26 LIU Post W, 38-28 Pace W, 42-14 at Merrimack W, 26-14 at American Int’l L, 27-17

Sports Information SID

Doug Monson

Office Phone (508) 565-1352 Email dmonson@stonehill.edu Website stonehillskyhawks.com

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Colin Markus 144 Deontae Ramey-Doe 12 Passing C-A-I Joe Della Vecchia 24-42-4 Receiving No. Nate Robitaille 91 Gordon McLeod 35 Corey White 27

Net TD 781 5 22 0 Yds. TD 310 2 Yds. TD 1229 13 557 3 383 6

Defense Brian Harrington Sterry Codrington Anthony Masucci Ryan Hollis Andrew Kibarian Nate Morris Taylor Russell

Tkl 151 83 59 55 49 47 39

TfL 7.0 8.5 2.0 4.5 7.5 1.5 6.0

Sck Int 2.5 0 1.0 3 0.0 3 1.0 0 3.5 0 0.0 5 3.5 1

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CALIFORNIA (PA) VULCANS

SEPTEMBER 13 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 2:00 PM

General Information Location California, PA Founded 1852 Enrollment 8,200 School Colors Black and Red Conference PSAC Stadium Adamson Stadium Capacity 6,500 Surface ProGrass Interim President Geraldine M. Jones Athletic Director Dr. Karen Hjerpe

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at CAL Career Record Assistants Defensive Coordinator Secondary/Recruiting Offensive Line Safeties Quarterbacks Wide Receivers/Special Teams

Mike Kellar Fairmont State (1994) 15-7 (4th season) 29-15 (6th season) Mike Lopez Dave Cole Mike Evans Thomas Rebholz, Jr. Chad Salisbury Larry Wilson

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule 9/6 Virginia State 9/13 AT BLOOMSBURG 9/20 at Shippensburg 9/27 Edinboro 10/4 at Seton Hill 10/11 Slippery Rock 10/18 IUP 10/25 at Clarion 11/1 Gannon 11/8 at Mercyhurst 11/15 Lock Haven

2013 Results (7-4, 4-3 PSAC W) at Hillsdale W, 22-19 Kutztown W, 45-10 Edinboro W, 20-7 at IUP L, 20-7 at West Chester L, 38-31 Clarion W, 35-7 at Seton Hill W, 33-7 Gannon W, 35-7 at Slippery Rock L, 35-17 Mercyhurst L, 23-20 at Millersville W, 48-14

Series History

Sports Information

First Meeting 1928 Series Record BU leads 13-8-2 Current Win Streak BU W-2 Kellar at CAL vs. BU 0-0 Last Meeting 2010 NCAA First Round; BU won 28-26

SID Matthew Kifer Office Phone 724-938-4552 Email kifer@calu.edu Website www.calvulcans.com

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Jeff Knox Jr. Nick Grissom Passing James Harris Receiving Kowan Scott Desimon Green Derrick Fiore 57

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Net TD 507 5 390 5 Yds. TD 1,294 8 Yds. TD 389 1 196 2 32 0

Defense Branko Busick Rodney Gillin Spencer Lynn Aaron Terry

Tkl 45 43 36 36

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2014 OPPONENTS

MERCYHURST LAKERS

SEPTEMBER 20 • TULLIO FIELD • ERIE, PA • 12:00 PM

General Information Location Erie, PA Founded 1926 Enrollment 2,600 School Colors Forest Green and Navy Blue Conference PSAC Stadium Tullio Field Capacity 2,300 Surface FieldTurf President Dr. Thomas J. Gamble Athletic Director Joe Kimball

Coaching Information Head Coach Marty Schaetzle Alma Mater Bucknell ('83) Record at Mercyhurst 62-70 (13th season) Career Record Same Assistants Defensive Coordinator Offensive Line Linebackers Defensive Line Defensive Backs Quarterbacks Graduate Assistant - Wide Receivers Graduate Assistant - OL/TE

Jeff Gutowski Tom Herman Dan Blume Ryan Riemedio Eugene Jones Andrew Janocko J.J. Eckels Tim Heffernan

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule 9/6 at Bentley 9/13 at West Chester 9/20 BLOOMSBURG 9/27 at IUP 10/4 Clarion 10/11 at Gannon 10/18 Slippery Rock 10/23 Edinboro 11/1 at Seton Hill 11/8 California (PA) 11/15 Shippensburg

2013 Results (7-4, 4-3 PSAC W) at Bentley L, 17-16 Millersville W, 49-7 at Clarion L, 20-13 at Slippery Rock L, 58-34 Cheyney W, 63-14 at Seton Hill W, 50-19 Gannon W, 51-21 IUP L, 28-6 Edinboro W, 19-6 at California (PA) W, 23-20 at East Stroudsburg W, 37-20

Series History

Sports Information

First Meeting 2008 Series Record Tied 2-2 Current Win Streak MC W-2 Schaetzle at MU vs. BU 2-2 Last Meeting 2010 NCAA Second Round; MC won 28-14

SID Dave Leisering Office Phone 814-824-2525 Email dleisering@mercyhurst.edu Website www.hurstathletics.com

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Brandon Brown-Dukes 144 Passing C-A-I Zach Emerick 15-25-0 Receiving No. Jaquan Williams 33 R.J. Miller 15

Net TD 1,008 8 Yds. TD 143 1 Yds. TD 493 3 186 1

Defense Pat Behm Colin Kimball Joe Dever Michael Foster Garrett Wild Ryan Carroll

Tkl 71 57 56 56 42 24

TfL 2.0 3.0 7.0 1.0 3.0 8.0

Sck Int 0.0 1 0.0 6 2.0 0 0.0 0 1.0 1 2.0 0

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SHIPPENSBURG RAIDERS

SEPTEMBER 27 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 2:00 PM

General Information Location Shippensburg, PA Founded 1871 Enrollment 7,600 School Colors Red and Blue Conference PSAC Stadium SU Student Association Field at Seth Grove Capacity 7,700 Surface FieldTurf Tarkett Interim President Dr. Jody Harpster Athletic Director Jeff Michaels

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at SHIP Career Record

Mark Maciejewski Shippensburg ('92, '96 M) 25-10, 4th season 25-10, 4th season

Assistants Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Offensive Line/Kickers Running Backs Defensive Backs Volunteer Assistant/WRs Volunteer Assistant/Def. Line Volunteer Assistant/Def. Backs Volunteer Assistant/OL/TEs

Joe Davis Mike Burket Pete Lee J.C. Morgan Marc Hull Jeff Tomasetti Mick Chronister Tony Johnson Ron Kerr

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule 9/4 at Seton Hill 9/13 Edinboro 9/20 California (PA) 9/27 AT BLOOMSBURG 10/4 East Stroudsburg 10/11 at Lock Haven 10/18 at West Chester 10/25 Cheyney 11/1 at Millersville 11/8 Kutztown 11/15 at Mercyhurst

2013 Results (7-4, 6-1 PSAC E) at Shepherd L, 33-0 at Slippery Rock L, 58-38 East Stroudsburg W, 41-31 at Millersville W, 48-10 Seton Hill W, 73-27 at Lock Haven W, 30-24 Kutztown W, 55-30 West Chester L, 32-29 at Bloomsburg W, 34-18 at Cheyney W, 42-0 IUP L, 42-21

Series History

Sports Information

First Meeting 1917 Series Record SHIP leads 45-33 Current Win Streak SHIP W-3 Maciejewski at SU vs. BU 3-1 Last Meeting 2013: SHIP 34, BU 18

SID Bill Morgal Office Phone 717-477-1206 Email wjmorgal@ship.edu Website www.shipraiders.com

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Blair Brooks Passing Chris Lawshe Receiving Trevor Harman Sheldon Mayer

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Att. 133 C-A-I 13-32-0 No. 105 63

Net TD 908 6 Yds. TD 115 1 Yds. TD 1,421 22 897 8

Defense Cortlin Dell Brian Sourber James Brennan Joe Dolan Cory Cowdery Phil Boyd

Tkl TfL Sck Int 84 8.5 3.5 0 79 11.5 3.0 0 53 2.0 0.5 0 26 5.0 2.0 0 20 2.0 1.0 0 7 0.0 0.0 1


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CHEYNEY WOLVES

OCTOBER 4 • O'SHIELDS-STEVENSON STADIUM • CHEYNEY, PA • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Cheyney, PA Founded 1837 Enrollment 1,300 School Colors Blue and White Conference PSAC Stadium O’Shields-Stevenson Stadium Capacity 5,000 Surface Natural Grass Acting President Dr. Phyliss Worthy Dawkins Athletic Director Ruffin Bell

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at CU Career Record

Anthony Johnson Salisbury ('06, '10 M) First Season First Season

Assistants Offensive Coordinator Special Teams Defensive Backs

Anthony Johnson Chris Rouhlac John Stuart

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule Sep 7 Lincoln Sep 14 at Indiana (PA) Sep 21 at Lock Haven Sep 28 East Stroudsburg Oct 5 at Mercyhurst Oct 12 at Kutztown Oct 19 Millersville Oct 26 at BLOOMSBURG Nov 2 West Chester Nov 9 Shippensburg Nov. 16 Seton Hill

2013 Results (0-11, 0-7 PSAC E) Lincoln L, 33-28 at IUP L, 49-0 at Lock Haven L, 12-10 East Stroudsburg L, 40-6 at Mercyhurst L, 63-14 at Kutztown L, 35-19 Millersville L, 30-12 at Bloomsburg L, 35-7 West Chester L, 66-14 at Shippensburg L, 42-0 at Seton Hill L, 17-10

Series History

Sports Information

First Meeting 1960 Series Record BU leads 44-9-1 Current Win Streak BU W-24 Johnson vs. BU 0-0 Last Meeting 2013: BU 35, CHEY 7

SID Lenn Margolis Office Phone 610-399-2143 Email lmargolis@cheyney.edu Website www.cheyneywolves.com

Rushing Justin Watkins Passing Adler Thony Receiving Khalif Dandy

Returning Statistical Leaders

Att. 36 C-A-I 76-182-12 No. 35

Net TD 179 1 Yds. TD 879 2 Yds. TD 358 1

Defense Isaiah Fleming

Tkl TfL Sck Int 144 22.5 4.0 0

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MILLERSVILLE MARAUDERS

OCTOBER 11 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 2:00 PM

General Information Location Millersville, PA Founded 1855 Enrollment 8,725 School Colors Black and Gold Conference PSAC Stadium Chryst Field at Biemesderfer Stadium Capacity 6,500 Surface FieldTurf President Dr. John Anderson Athletic Director Peg Kauffman

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at MU Career Record

Greg Breitbach Montana-Western ('94) 1-10, 2nd season 1-10, 2nd season

Assistants Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Linebackers/Special Teams Defensive Line Offensive Line Running Backs

Ralph Clark George Love Matt Sutjak Jeff Richter Nate Hinkle

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule 9/4 Livingstone 9/13 Clarion 9/20 Slippery Rock 9/27 at West Chester 10/4 Kutztown 10/11 AT BLOOMSBURG 10/18 East Stroudsburg 10/25 at Lock Haven 11/1 Shippensburg 11/8 at Cheyney 11/15 at Edinboro

2013 Results (1-10, 1-6 PSAC E)

LIU Post L, 47-16 at Mercyhurst L, 49-7 West Chester L, 48-3 Shippensburg L, 48-10 at iUP L, 62-3 at Bloomsburg L, 45-7 at Cheyney W, 30-12 Lock Haven L, 26-14 Kutztown L, 45-9 at East Stroudsburg L, 66-7 California (PA) L, 48-14

Series History

Sports Information

First Meeting 1916 Series Record BU leads 41-30-5 Current Win Streak BU W-14 Breitbach at MU vs. BU 0-1 Last Meeting 2013: BU 45, MU 7

SID Ethan Hulsey Office Phone 717-872-3100 Email ethan.hulsey@millersville.edu Website www.millersvilleathletics.com

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing David Coates Connor Casey Passing Connor Casey Curtis Frye Receiving Brent Collins Kevin Porter 61

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Att. 39 46 C-A-I 87-168-6 34-54-2 No. 38 24

Net TD 182 1 113 0 Yds. TD 882 4 323 1 Yds. TD 397 1 260 3

Defense Rasheed Johnson Reggie Slaton P.J. Santos Matt Brisner Ryan McIntyre

Tkl 89 82 35 34 23

TfL 0.5 3.0 0.0 4.0 2.5

Sck Int 0.0 2 1.0 0 0.0 0 0.5 0 0 0


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KUTZTOWN GOLDEN BEARS

OCTOBER 18 • UNIVERSITY FIELD • KUTZTOWN, PA • 1:05 PM

General Information Location Kutztown, PA Founded 1866 Enrollment 8,000 School Colors Maroon and Gold Conference PSAC Stadium University Field Capacity 5,600 Surface Artifical Turf Interim President Dr. Carlos Vargas-Aburto Athletic Director Greg Bamberger

Coaching Information Head Coach Jim Clements Alma Mater Widener ('96) Record at Kutztown First season Career Record 66-24 Assistants Offensive Coordinator/QBs Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Running Backs/Special Teams Wide Receivers Cornerbacks/Special Teams Offensive Line Offensive Line/Tight Ends

Brad Mangle Ross Pennypacker Marcel Quarterman Steve Heck Jim Ketner Corey Woods Chase Fraley

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule 9/6 at Slippery Rock 9/13 Indiana (PA) 9/20 at Gannon 9/27 Cheyney 10/4 at Millersville 10/9 West Chester 10/18 BLOOMSBURG 10/25 at East Stroudsburg 11/1 Lock Haven 11/8 at Shippensburg 11/15 at Clarion

2013 Results (4-7, 3-4 PSAC E) at Clarion L, 39-38 (OT) at California (PA) L, 45-10 Bloomsburg L, 31-12 at West Chester L, 22-21 Slippery Rock L, 58-10 Cheyney W, 35-19 at Shippensburg L, 55-30 East Stroudsburg L, 43-26 at Millersville W, 45-9 at Lock Haven W, 38-17 Edinboro W, 41-10

Series History

Sports Information

First Meeting 1927 Series Record BU leads 45-21-1 Current Win Streak BU W-2 Clements at KU vs. BU 0-0 Last Meeting 2013: BU 31, KU 12

SID Bryan Salvadore Office Phone 610-683-4182 Email salvadore@kutztown.edu Website www.kubears.com

Returning Statistical Leaders

Rushing Att. Net TD Darrell Scott 87 439 5 Josh Luckenbaugh 46 213 1 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Josh Luckenbaugh 106-177-3 1,120 12 Receiving No. Yds. TD Kodi Reed 60 797 9 Brett Fox 43 573 2 Anthony Kelly 34 322 4

Defense Sam Dougan Zach Greenwald English Peay Eric Condron Michael Gallagher Cody Waltimyer Zachary Delp

Tkl 88 68 64 51 50 48 31

TfL 14.0 20.5 2.5 6.5 8.5 2.5 3.0

Sck Int 4.0 0 8.0 0 0.0 1 3.0 0 5.0 0 0 1 2.5 3

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WEST CHESTER GOLDEN RAMS

OCTOBER 25 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 2:00 PM

General Information Location West Chester, PA Founded 1871 Enrollment 15,841 School Colors Purple and Gold Conference PSAC Stadium John A. Farrell Stadium Capacity 7,500 Surface FieldTurf President Dr. Greg Weisenstein Athletic Director Dr. Edward M. Matejkovic

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at WCU Career Record

Bill Zwaan Delaware ('79) 90-45, 12th season 144-59, 18th season

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

Gerald Toney Mike Furlong Nick Sama Joe Walsh Jim Brazill Sr. Bill Zwaan Jr.

Series History First Meeting 1925 Series Record WCU leads 47-25 Current Win Streak WCU W-1 Zwaan at WCU vs. BU 6-6 Last Meeting 2013 NCAA Playoffs 2nd Rd: WCU 40, BU 38

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule 9/6 at New Haven 9/13 Mercyhurst 9/20 at Seton Hill 9/27 Millersville 10/4 Lock Haven 10/9 at Kutztown 10/18 Shippensburg 10/25 AT BLOOMSBURG 11/1 Cheyney 11/8 at East Stroudsburg 11/15 at IUP

2013 Results (13-2, 6-1 PSAC E) New Haven W, 45-14 at Gannon W, 56-41 at Millersville W, 48-3 Kutztown W, 22-21 California (PA) W, 38-31 East Stroudsburg W, 34-20 at Lock Haven W, 34-13 at Shippensburg W, 32-29 at Cheyney W, 66-14 Bloomsburg L, 31-28 Clarion W, 41-14 American Int'l W, 38-7 at Bloomsburg W, 40-38 at Shepherd W, 28-7 at Lenoir-Rhyne L, 42-14

Sports Information SID James Zuhlke Office Phone 610-436-3316 Email jzuhlke@wcupa.edu Website www.wcugoldenrams.com

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Brandon Monk Eddie Elliott Passing Sean McCartney Receiving Erick Brundidge Adam Dempsey 63

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Att. 66 14 C-A-I 242-384-14 No. 46 37

Net TD 495 4 171 2 Yds. TD 3,569 39 Yds. TD 759 10 526 4

Defense Ronell Williams Mike Labor Blaise Schieler

Tkl 110 105 71

TfL Sck Int 9.5 3.5 2 13.0 4.5 1 0.0 0 0


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EAST STROUDSBURG WARRIORS

NOVEMBER 1 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 2:00 PM

General Information Location East Stroudsburg, PA Founded 1893 Enrollment 6,830 School Colors Red and Black Conference PSAC Stadium Eiler-Martin Stadium Capacity 6,000 Surface FieldTurf President Dr. Marcia G. Welsh Athletic Director Dr. Tom Gioglio

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at ESU Career Record

Denny Douds Slippery Rock (‘63) 244-171-3, 41st season 244-171-3, 41st season

Assistants Offensive Coordinator Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Offensive Line Defensive Line Wide Receivers Strength & Conditioning

Mike Terwilliger Chadd Braine Mike Santella Colin Neely Frank Lupin Rob Mikulski

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule 9/6 at LIU Post 9/13 Slippery Rock 9/20 at Edinboro 9/27 Lock Haven 10/4 at Shippensburg 10/11 Cheyney 10/18 at Millersville 10/25 Kutztown 11/1 AT BLOOMSBURG 11/8 West Chester 11/15 at Gannon

2013 Results (7-4, 4-3 PSAC E) American Int'l W, 21-14 at Seton Hill W, 70-7 at Shippensburg L, 41-31 at Cheyney W, 40-6 Clarion W, 48-28 at West Chester L, 34-20 Bloomsburg L, 52-38 at Kutztown W, 43-26 Lock Haven W, 52-28 Millersville W, 66-7 Mercyhurst L, 37-20

Series History

Sports Information

First Meeting 1913 Series Record ESU leads 43-39-2 Current Win Streak BU W-8 Douds at ESU vs. BU 17-24 Last Meeting 2013: BU 52, ESU 38

SID Greg Knowlden Office Phone 570-422-3312 Email gknowlden@esu.edu Website www.esuwarriors.com

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Net TD Robert Healy 176 1,129 5 G. Van De Cruz 72 334 11 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Matt Soltes 212-351-5 3,244 34 Receiving No. Yds. TD Dusty Reed* 50 787 5 Jon Schnaars 51 718 8 Steven Jones 25 482 7

Defense Brandon Gattelli Sam Trunzo Bryan Thomson Jon Noble Cody Simcox Kaje Cowans Teron Dobbs Dean Vitale

Tkl 33 57 62 35 94 60 36 61

TfL 10.0 8.5 10.0 7.0 8.0 7.0 1.0 1.0

Sck Int 6.0 0 5.0 0 7.5 0 3.0 0 2.0 0 2.0 0 1.0 5 0.0 5

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LOCK HAVEN BALD EAGLES

NOVEMBER 8 • HUBERT JACK STADIUM • LOCK HAVEN, PA • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Lock Haven, PA Founded 1870 Enrollment 5,105 School Colors Crimson and White Conference PSAC Stadium Hubert Jack Stadium Capacity 3,000 Surface Artificial Turf President Dr. Michael Fiorentino, Jr. Athletic Director Mark Sherburne

Coaching Information

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at LHU Career Record

John Allen James Madison ('96) 4-28, 4th season 4-28, 4th season

Assistants Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line Chris Sprague Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Randi Moore Defensive Line Eric Saenz Wide Receivers/Co-Special Teams Tony Kopp Defensive Backs Phillip Vincent Graduate Assistant- Tight Ends Wisely Desire Assistant Coach- Defense Mike Pearson Assistant Coach- Offense Brandon Brader Student Assistants Pat McMullen, Zach Stroh

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule 9/6 at West Virginia St. 9/13 Seton Hill 9/20 IUP 9/27 at East Stroudsburg 10/4 at West Chester 10/11 Shippensburg 10/18 at Cheyney 10/25 Millersville 11/1 at Kutztown 11/8 BLOOMSBURG 11/15 at California (PA)

2013 Results (3-8, 2-5 PSAC E) West Virginia State W, 31-13 at Clarion L, 30-13 Cheyney W, 12-10 at Bloomsburg L, 56-10 at Edinboro L, 31-6 Shippensburg L, 30-24 West Chester L, 34-13 at Millersville W, 26-14 at East Stroudsburg L, 52-28 Kutztown L, 38-17 Gannon L, 44-14

Sports Information

Series History First Meeting 1908 Series Record BU leads 45-38-3 Current Win Streak BU W-4 Allen at LHU vs. BU 0-2 Last Meeting 2013: BU 56, LHU 10

SID Doug Spatafore Office Phone 570-484-2350 Email dspatafor@lhu.edu Website www.golhu.com

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Caleb Walton Passing Caleb Walton Receiving David Cook

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Att. 65 C-A-I 102-189 No. 14

Net TD 305 Yds. TD 1,156 9 Yds. TD 133 2

Defense George Christas Tony Ballon Tashawn Bunch

Tkl 84 81 66

TfL 3.5 4.5 2.5

Sck Int 0.0 5 2.0 0 0.5 0


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SETON HILL GRIFFINS

NOVEMBER 15 • OFFUTT FIELD • GREENSBURG, PA • 12:00 PM

General Information Location Greensburg, PA Founded 1918 Enrollment 1,700 School Colors Crimson and Vegas Gold Conference PSAC Stadium Offutt Field Capacity 5,000 Surface FieldTurf President Dr. Mary C. Finger Athletic Director Chris Snyder

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at SHU Career Record

Isaac Collins University of Rochester ('94) 1-10, 2nd season 26-18, 5th season

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

Charles Eger Matt Williamson Rich Yahner Gerry Pacitti Tyler Cottle Joshua Bauman

Schedule/Results 2014 Schedule 9/4 Shippensburg 9/13 at Lock Haven 9/20 West Chester 9/27 at Slippery Rock 10/4 California (PA) 10/11 at IUP 10/18 Clarion 10/25 at Gannon 11/1 Mercyhurst 11/8 at Edinboro 11/15 BLOOMSBURG

2013 Results (1-10, 0-7 PSAC W) at Fairmont State L, 37-29 East Stroudsburg L, 70-7 IUP L, 26-0 at Edinboro L, 43-7 at Shippensburg L, 73-27 Mercyhurst L, 50-19 California (PA) L, 33-7 at Clarion L, 41-2 at Gannon L, 40-21 Slippery Rock L, 55-21 at Cheyney W, 17-10

Series History

Sports Information

First Meeting N/A Series Record First Meeting Current Win Streak N/A Collins at SHU vs. BU 0-0 Last Meeting N/A

SID Jason Greene Office Phone 724-830-1132 Email greene@setonhill.edu Website athletics.setonhill.edu

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Jarvis McClam Khalil Howard Passing Andrew Jackson Receiving Norman Darden Erik Kerns

Att. 107 37 C-A-I 172-316-16 No. 30 24

Net TD 476 4 113 0 Yds. TD 2,131 16 Yds. TD 490 5 266 3

Defense Tyler Zimmer Chase Parker

Tkl TfL Sck Int 93 10.0 0.0 2 77 14.0 0.0 1

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2013 GAME RECAPS GAME 1 Bloomsburg 41, Stonehill 13 September 7, 2013

BLOOMSBURG – The 18th-ranked Bloomsburg University football team rushed for 457 yards en route to a convincing 41-13 triumph over Stonehill in its season opener. The win marked the Huskies’ 14th straight victorious home opener. A pair of Huskies surpassed the 100-yard rushing plateau as senior Franklyn Quiteh ran for 182 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries while sophomore Dai’Shon Munger added a strong backfield compliment with a career-high 135 yards on 21 attempts of his own. Redshirt freshman Joe Parsnik made his Husky debut with 81 yards on 12 attempts. In all, Bloomsburg ran the ball 68 times. The victory marked the first for interim head coach Paul Darragh, who takes over for the retired Danny Hale. The Huskies dominated nearly every statistical category. The biggest difference came on the ground with Bloomsburg holding a 457-53 advantage. In total yards, Bloomsburg led 642-198. Bloomsburg found pay dirt for the first time late on its ensuing possession, driving 84 yards on just four plays. Quarterback Tim Kelly (Camp Hill/Cedar Cliff ) put an exclamation mark on the quick drive by connecting with Glenn Hutton Jr. (Sicklerville, NJ/Paul VI) on a 56-yard touchdown strike and a swift 10-0 edge. Bloomsburg would stretch its advantage to 17 on a five-play, 55-yard drive to begin the second quarter. Quiteh did nearly all of the damage, rushing for 39 yards on the drive including a 27-yard touchdown sprint and a 17-0 lead. In the first half alone, Bloomsburg posted 361 yards to Stonehill’s 68. The Huskies kept the pressure on in the second half. Bloomsburg went 66 yards in 11 plays on its opening drive out of the locker room and punched in another touchdown when Quiteh scored from six yards out. Stonehill (0-1) cracked into the scoring column less than two minutes later when Gordon McLeod took a 35-yard pass from quarterback Logan Meyer. The extra point attempt failed, leaving the Huskies ahead 24-6. On their next possession, the Huskies effectively put the game on ice. Bloomsburg again produced another long drive, going 70 yards in eight plays. The Huskies never put the ball in the air on the drive as Munger carried the ball four times for 37 yards and Quiteh rushed on three occasions for 30 yards along with a three-yard rush from Brody Myers Quiteh finished off the drive with an 8-yard run to extend the lead to a commanding 31-6. Bloomsburg stretched the lead to as much as 35 points in the fourth quarter. Fisher drilled a 47-yard field goal attempt early in the fourth before Matt Wenrich (Selinsgrove/Selinsgrove) found the end zone for his second career touchdown on a five-yard rumble to make the score 41-6. Stonehill completed the scoring on a three-yard touchdown pass from Meyer to Billy Pierce with 4:43 to play and the game already out of reach. Kelly finished the day by completing 10 of 17 passes for 166 yards and a touchdown. His favorite target was Hutton, who recorded five receptions for 124 yards. Defensively, the Huskies never allowed the visitors to establish any momentum. Redshirt freshman Andrew Harris (Bethlehem/Whitehall) made an impact in his first game, leading Bloomsburg in tackles with eight including a pass deflection and a tackle for a loss. Justin Shirk (Harrisburg/Central Dauphin) made six stops while Dylan Spangler (Waynesboro/Waynesboro) was in on five tackles. Larry Webster (Hagerstown, MD/Elkton) had the day’s only sack for either team. DJ Robinson (Sinking Spring/Conrad Weiser) also added an interception.

Stonehill Bloomsburg

SCORING SUMMARY 0 0 6 7 - 13 10 7 14 10 - 41

1st BU- Quiteh 8-yd run (Fisher BU- Fisher 25 yd field goal kick) BU - Hutton 56-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) 4th BU- Fisher 47-yd field goal 2nd BU- Wenrich 5-yd run (Fisher BU- Quiteh 27-yd run (Fisher kick) kick) STO- Pierce 3-yd pass from Meyer (Grzywacz kick) 3rd BU- Quiteh 6-yd run (Fisher kick) STO- McLeod 35-yd pass from Meyer (kick failed)

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 STO 28 12 457 53 185 145 198 642 2-1 0-0 2 0 11-97 5-47 3-117 8-319 8-443 3-159 40:02 19:58 6 of 13 1 of 12 1 of 2 0 of 1 3-5 1-1 1-9 0-0 2-2 0-0

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GAME 2 Bloomsburg 47, Edinboro 35 September 14, 2013 EDINBORO, Pa. – It was a day for history under clear blue skies at Sox Harrison Stadium as Franklyn Quiteh and Danny Fisher each re-wrote the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference record books as part of the 15th-ranked Huskies’ 47-35 victory over the Fighting Scots. With an eight-yard carry early in the fourth quarter, Quiteh surpassed the previous all-time PSAC career rushing record of 5,689 held by Bloomsburg product Jamar Brittingham since 2007. Quiteh’s moment with history wasn’t the first of the day, however. Earlier in the afternoon, Fisher set his own PSAC record, breaking the conference mark for kicking points in a career of 287 which Mark Brubaker of East Stroudsburg had owned since 2005, now standing at 291. He also connected on two field goals to tie the record of 50 set by Ed Detwiler of East Stroudsburg in 1992. Quiteh finished the day with 231 yards rushing to push his career total to 5,741 in maroon and gold. The senior found the endzone three times on the day as well. A week after leading Division II with 457 yards on the ground, the Huskies put up 383 rushing yards against the Scots. Redshirt sophomore Dai’Shon Munger again impressed with his second consecutive 100-yard day, recording 133 yards and two touchdowns. Munger narrowly missed his career-high of 135 yards set last week and Saturday marks his first multi-touchdown performance. The 383 yards of rushing by the Huskies represent the third-most ever surrendered by Edinboro. The Huskies would need all of that to hold off a pesky Edinboro (11) squad to improve to 2-0 on the young season. Edinboro roared back from a 31-14 second half deficit to draw within a touchdown at 34-28 following a 35-yard touchdown pass from the Fighting Scots’ senior quarterback Cody Harris to Jordan Williams to end the third quarter. The next Huskies’ drive sputtered, leaving Edinboro with solid field possession down by a score. With the Boro moving ball at midfield, the Bloomsburg defense came up with a game-changing forced fumble to turn the tide when defensive end Larry Webster forced Scots running back Jeremy Donaldson to fumble at his own 49 yard line. Donovan Morris came away with the loose ball, ending the threat. Edinboro appeared to have the Huskies stopped on the ensuing possession, but a costly third down pass interference call kept the BU drive alive. Quiteh broke the PSAC rushing record two plays later, and it was Munger who gave the Huskies some much needed breathing room with an eight yard rumble to pay dirt and a 40-28 advantage. Quiteh put the exclamation mark on his day to remember following a turnover on downs by the Scots. The senior running back sprinted for a 47-yard touchdown which effectively put the game on ice, ahead 47-28. Tim Kelly tallied 143 yards through the air while completing 10 of 17 pass attempts and Peregrin led the receiving corps with three grabs for 67 yards. Glenn Hutton Jr. also caught three passes for 46 yards. Connor Gades hauled in his first passes as Husky with three receptions for 27 yards. Defensively, Justin Shirk paced BU with 13 tackles while Andrew Harris was in on 11 stops. Chris Kennedy posted a sack and Tomas Cabrera added his second interception in as many games. Tyler Knoblauch also added an interception while Gary Postell had seven tackles and a forced fumble. In all, the Huskies forced five Edinboro turnovers. 69

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SCORING SUMMARY 10 21 3 13 - 47 7 7 14 7 - 35

1st EUP- Vaughn 54-yd pass from Harris (Hardy kick) BU- Fisher 36-yd field goal BU- Quiteh 5-yd run (Fisher kick) 2nd BU- Kelly 1-yd run (Fisher kick) BU- Munger 4-yd run (Fisher kick) BU- Quiteh 2-yd run (Fisher kick)

3rd EUP- Harris 3-yd run (Hardy kick) BU- Fisher 32-yd field goal EUP- Williams 35-yd pass from Harris (Hardy kick) 4th BU- Munger 8-yd run (rush failed) BU- Quiteh 47-yd run (Fisher kick) EUP- Eisel 6-yd pass from Harris (Hardy kick)

TEAM STATISTICS EUP BLOOM FIRST DOWNS 20 26 RUSHING YARDS 154 383 PASSING YARDS 360 143 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 514 526 FUMBLES Number-Lost 3-3 0-0 INTERCEPTIONS 1 2 PENALTIES Number-Yards 8-88 8-55 PUNTS-YARDS 2-65 3-144 KICKOFFS-YARDS 5-226 9-524 TIME OF POSSESSION 22:33 37:27 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4 of 15 6 of 15 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4 of 10 7 of 15 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 7-7 2-2 SACKS BY Number-Yards 3-16 1-5 FIELD GOALS 0-0 2-2 69


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GAME 3 Bloomsburg 31, Kutztown 12 September 21, 2013 KUTZTOWN, Pa. – The 13th-ranked Bloomsburg University football team won its first two contests of the year with a throttling offensive attack, averaging nearly 600 total yards per game. On Saturday at Kutztown, the Huskies used timely defensive stops and big plays down the stretch when they needed them to preserve a 31-12 victory in front of 5,234 fans at University Field. For the second straight week, the Huskies (3-0, 1-0 PSAC East) made a bit of Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference history, this time when Danny Fisher established a new conference record for career field goals. Fisher broke what had been a tie with Ed Detwiler of East Stroudsburg when he connected on the 51st 3-pointer of his career in maroon and gold – a 21-yard boot in the first quarter to cap a 10-play, 57-yard drive for the visitors’ first scoring. Offense was hard to come by in the early going, however, against Kutztown (0-3, 0-1). The Golden Bears defense proved stingy during the first half, limiting Bloomsburg to just 156 yards of total offense including 97 on the ground. The hosts grabbed the early momentum by controlling the clock early, putting the first points of the game on the board following a 7-yard touchdown strike from freshman quarterback Alec Werner to Kodi Reed. The point after attempt failed, leaving Kutztown with a 6-0 lead. Fisher’s field goal would cut that edge in half less than four minutes later. A Franklyn Quiteh touchdown run from 10 yards out and a late defensive stop with the Golden Bears threatening before the break allowed Bloomsburg to take a 10-6 lead into intermission. Kutztown drove 55 yards in 11 plays to the Huskies’ 16-yard line but Bloomsburg’s defense held, forcing a 33-yard field goal attempt that came up short at the halftime buzzer. The score remained that way when the Golden Bears attempted to seize momentum by going for it on fourth-and-1 at their own 41-yard line midway through the third. Darrell Scott tried to pick up the first down with a rush up the middle, but was instantly met by Husky defensive backs DJ Robinson and Jonathan Patrick for a loss, giving the ball back to Bloomsburg in enemy territory. Bloomsburg didn’t waste much time to cash in on its opportunity. Tim Kelly found receiver Connor Gades in space over the middle and the redshirt sophomore did the rest, galloping to the end zone for his first career touchdown reception, a 34-yard connection for a 17-6 lead. Another opportunistic play from the Huskies’ offense effectively put the game on ice. With Bloomsburg facing third-and-3 from their own 9-yard line, Quiteh gave the visitors some much-needed breathing room. The all-time PSAC career rushing leader appeared to hit a wall of Bear defenders, but broke multiple tackles and sprinted through the Kutztown secondary for 65 yards. The rush catapulted Quiteh over 100 yards rushing for the 20th straight game. Kelly finished the drive by tossing an 8-yard touchdown pass to Tony Peregrin for a 24-6 advantage, ending much of the doubt with 11:33 to play. Kutztown found the end zone again with 3:36 left on a 17-yard pass from Werner to Kellen Williams to pull to within 24-12 after the Huskies snuffed out a two-point conversion try. Four plays and 44 yards later, however, the Huskies were on the board once more, this time with a 28-yard scamper from Quiteh to put the exclamation point on the victory. While the offense came alive late, it was the Huskies defense which allowed BU to maintain a lead for much of the contest. Bloomsburg completely shut down the Kutztown run game as the Golden Bears finished with -3 yards on the ground while the Huskies sacked Werner five times – including four sacks from Larry Webster. Gary Postell paced the Huskies in stops with 10 tackles while Justin Shirk was in on nine tackles and Tyler Knoblauch registered eight tackles and an interception. ing four sacks. Quiteh capped his day by carrying 23 times for 170 yards and two touchdowns. Kelly completed 11 of 17 passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns with his favorite receiver being Gades, who hauled in four passes for 57 yards and a score.

SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg 3 7 7 14 - 31 Kutztown 6 0 0 6 - 12

1st KU- Reed 7-yd pass from Werner (Kick failed) BU- Fisher 21-yd field goal KU- Williams 17-yd pass 2nd from Werner (Werner BU- Quiteh 10-yd run (Fisher kick) rush failed) BU- Quiteh 28-yd run 3rd (Fisher kick) BU- Gades 34-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) 4th BU-Peregrin 7-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick)

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KU BLOOM FIRST DOWNS 22 16 RUSHING YARDS -3 239 PASSING YARDS 351 133 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 348 372 FUMBLES Number-Lost 3-0 3-2 INTERCEPTIONS 1 1 PENALTIES Number-Yards 5-39 9-77 PUNTS-YARDS 5-205 3-127 KICKOFFS-YARDS 1-33 6-306 TIME OF POSSESSION 30:24 29:36 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 7 of 16 6 of 12 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 1 of 4 1 of 1 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 2-4 3-3 SACKS BY Number-Yards 0-0 5-29

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GAME 4 Bloomsburg 56, Lock Haven 10 September 28, 2013 BLOOMSBURG – The 11th-ranked Bloomsburg football team rushed for 409 yards and registered 593 yards of total offense in posting a 56-10 victory over visiting Lock Haven. Senior running back Franklyn Quiteh recorded another day for the record books as well – surpassing 6,000 yards for his career with a 205-yard performance on Saturday. The all-time PSAC leader in rushing yards needed just 11 carries to surpass the 200-yard plateau, also running for three touchdowns while hauling in another reception for a score. He finishes the day with 6,116 career rushing yards, moving into 13th all-time in Division II history. Lock Haven (2-2, 1-1) made things interesting in the early going. The Bald Eagles scored right out of the gate on the first play from scrimmage when quarterback Dillon Mazzoni found Brandon Brader for 73 yards and a touchdown before the game was 15 seconds old. Bloomsburg immediately answered with a big play of its own, however. Following a 10-yard pass from Tim Kelly to Connor Gades, the Huskies found the end zone on a 64-yard sprint by Quiteh to tie the game. After the early offensive fireworks, play settled down with the teams exchanging punts. The Huskies defense forced a second consecutive Lock Haven three-and-out before taking a lead they would not relinquish. The hosts were the ones to strike through the air this time as Kelly capped off a four-play, 50-yard drive on a 33-yard connection with Glenn Hutton Jr. for a 14-7 lead. Bloomsburg scored its third touchdown of the opening period on another 33-yard touchdown pass from Kelly, this time with Quiteh on the receiving end to put the Huskies back into the end zone covering 72 yards in just two plays. Another Lock Haven three-and-out gave the ball back to the Huskies at the start of the second quarter. Bloomsburg put up another quick six – putting up another touchdown as Quiteh rushed for 67 yards in two plays, including a 61-yard rumble breaking through multiple Lock Haven tackle attempts for his third score of the day. A 43-yard field goal from Lock Haven’s Alex Boumerhi made the score 28-10, but Bloomsburg struck again before intermission. A nine-play, 54-yard drive spanning just over five minutes resulted in another touchdown pass from Kelly to Hutton and a 35-10 lead at the break. Quiteh picked up where he left off before halftime, rushing three times for 46 yards and his fourth touchdown on the first possession of the second half. Following a Lock Haven punt, Kelly completed a beautifully thrown ball to Hutton on their third touchdown connection of the day to stretch the lead to 39. Bloomsburg completed the scoring with a defensive tally late in the third quarter when safety Tomas Cabrera made his third interception of the season. Cabrera took the Mazzoni pass 82 yards the other way for a touchdown, the Huskies’ first of the season on defense. Kelly finished the day by completing 12 of 17 passes for 184 yards and four touchdowns with his favorite target being Hutton, who caught three balls for 67 yards – all touchdowns. Joe Parsnik registered his first career 100-yard rushing day with 14 carries for 101 yards. Dai’Shon Munger tallied 78 yards on 12 carries.

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SCORING SUMMARY

Lock Haven 7 3 0 0 - 10 Bloomsburg 21 14 21 0 - 56 1st LHU- Brader 73-yard pass from Mazzoni (Bournehi kick) BU- Quiteh 64-yd run (Fisher kick) BU- Hutton 33-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) BU- Quiteh 33-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) 2nd BU- Quiteh 61-yd run (Fisher kick) LHU- Bournerhi 43-yard field goal

BU- Hutton 9-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) 3rd BU- Quiteh 2-yd run (Fisher kick) BU- Hutton 25-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) BU- Cabrera 82-yd interception return (Fisher kick)

GAME STATISTICS

BLOOM LHU FIRST DOWNS 26 15 RUSHING YARDS 409 59 PASSING YARDS 184 256 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 593 315 FUMBLES Number-Lost 0-0 0-0 INTERCEPTIONS 1 1 PENALTIES Number-Yards 7-62 3-15 PUNTS-YARDS 2-77 7-250 KICKOFFS-YARDS 9-525 3-180 TIME OF POSSESSION 28:53 31:07 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 7 of 9 3 of 14 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 0 0 of 1 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 2-2 1-2 SACKS BY Number-Yards 4-39 1-8 FIELD GOALS 0-2 1-2 71


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GAME 5 Bloomsburg 38, Gannon 14 October 5, 2013

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ERIE – In a matchup featuring two teams averaging 40 points per game on the season, many of the 1,748 in attendance at Gannon University Field may have expected a shootout between the host Golden Knights and the ninth-ranked Bloomsburg Huskies.

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It was the Huskies’ defense that stole the show, however, forcing turnovers and never allowing Gannon to gain much traction offensively as part of a 38-14 Bloomsburg victory in a contest between two first place squads.

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Conversely, Huskies senior running back Franklyn Quiteh bettered his Division II-best season average of 197 yards rushing per game by picking up a season-high 251 yards on 24 carries to go along with two touchdowns. It marked the 10th game of over 200 yards rushing in Quiteh’s career. He also moved to ninth all-time in Division II history with 6,367 career rushing yards. The early going saw a defensive struggle as neither team could crack into the scoring column during the first quarter of play. An eight-minute explosion on both sides of the ball broke the game open for the visitors, however. Bloomsburg broke the scoring drought in the second quarter when quarterback Tim Kelly found fullback Derek Burkhard on a screen pass – Burkhard was able to make the most of his first career reception as the redshirt sophomore rumbled 42 yards for the touchdown and a 7-0 lead. Bloomsburg’s defense would play a key role in the team’s next score. With Gannon driving into Husky territory, Jonathan Patrick intercepted Liam Nadler’s pass and brought the pick back 34 yards to set up BU with great field position. Three players later – an 8-yard reverse to Lawrence Elliott Jr. and two runs by Quiteh – the Huskies were back in the end zone following a 21-yard burst by the PSAC’s all-time leading rusher. Another key moment from the Huskies secondary set up another touchdown. D.J. Robinson picked off Nadler at the Bloomsburg 45-yard line, giving the ball back to the Huskies with two and a half minutes left in the half. Bloomsburg drove 55 yards in six plays, capped by a 12-yard scoring run by Quiteh to take a commanding 21-0 lead into intermission. Gannon looked to change the momentum out of the locker room, forcing the Huskies into a three and out before finally tallying its first points of the game on a seven-play, 54-yard drive. Jones found a bit of running room, breaking off 16 yards for the touchdown and a 21-7 score. Another big play from Quiteh set up some insurance points for the Huskies. Quiteh broke off a 61-yard run, his fourth rush of over 60 yards this year, to put the Huskies in position for a 40-yard field goal from Danny Fisher to stretch the edge back to three touchdowns. Gannon appeared to have an answer, driving 35 yards in nine plays down to the Bloomsburg 1-yard line. Yet another defensive stand turned the Golden Knights away, though – Gannon attempted to pitch in space to Jones, but the running back was brought down three yards behind the line by linebacker Dylan Spangler to force the turnover on downs. Bloomsburg put the game on ice with a back-breaking 96-yard drive to begin the fourth quarter. The Huskies drove the length of the field in 12 plays, reaching the end zone with a terrific, juggling 20-yard catch by tight end Aaron Allison.

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The Huskies limited Gannon to a season-low 276 total yards including only 72 yards on the ground. The defense kept Gannon running back Jansen Jones in check by holding Jones, who entered the day third in the nation in rushing with 657 yards through four games, to 69 yards on the ground.

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AT LAkE EriE CoLLEgE W, 36-33 No. 23 West Chester University of Pennsylvania L, 56-41 PSAC Slippery rock University W, 38-27 AT Clarion University PSAC W, 45-25 No. 9 Bloomsburg University (hoMECoMiNg) NooN Edinboro University of Pennsylvania PSAC NooN VS Mercyhurst university * PSAC 7 P.M. AT California University of PennsylvaniA PSAC NooN Seton Hill University PSAC NooN aT indiana University of Pennsylvania PSAC 1 P.M. AT Lock Haven University 1 P.M.

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Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 sept. 28 oct. 5 oct. 12 oct. 19 oct. 26 oct. 31 nov. 9 Nov. 16

stonehill college W, 41-13 at edinboro university of pennsylvania W, 47-35 PSAC at kutztown University W, 31-12 lock haven University PSAC W, 56-10 at gannon university noon millersville University PSAC 3:30 P.M. at east stroudsburg University PSAC 1:05 p.m. cheyney university of pennsylvania PSAC 2 p.m. SHiPPENSBUrg UNiVErSiTY PSAC 8 P.M. at WEST CHESTEr university of pennsylvania PSAC 1 P.M. SLiPPErY roCk university 1 p.m.

SCORING SUMMARY 0 21 3 14 - 38 0 0 7 7 - 14

GU- Nadler 1-yd run 2nd kick) BU- Burkhard 42-yd pass from KellyPSAC(Mann = Pennsylvania state athletic conference east division * BATTLE For THE NiAgArA CUP AT EriE VETErANS STADiUM BUParsnkik 34-yd rungame (Fisher kick) PSAC = Pennsylvania state athletic conference WEst division game BU- Quiteh 21-yd run (Fisher kick) (Fisher kick) BU- Quiteh 12-yd run (Fisher kick)

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3rd GU- Jones 16-yd run (Mann kick) BU- Fisher 40-yd field goal

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4th BU- Allison 20-yd pass from Kelly (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

GU BLOOM 20 21 72 351 204 149 276 500 1-0 2-0 0 2 9-100 15-157 6-243 5-169 3-195 6-294 27:00 33:00 4 of 12 5 of 12 0 of 2 0 of 0 3-4 2-3 1-9 2-15 0-0 1-1

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GAME 6 Bloomsburg 45, Millersville 7 October 12, 2013

BLOOMSBURG – The ninth-ranked Huskies celebrated Homecoming Weekend with a dominating performance, putting together a convincing 45-7 victory over visiting Millersville inside Danny Hale Field at Robert B. Redman Stadium in front of 5,395 fans. The Huskies (6-0, 3-0 PSAC East) put together an all-around performance, setting the tempo with offense early while also scoring touchdowns on defense and special teams. Bloomsburg forced Millersville (0-6, 0-3 PSAC East) into three turnovers on the day in another dominating defensive showing, limiting the Marauders to 232 total yards of offense. Bloomsburg seized control from the early going, taking great field position when Lawrence Elliott Jr. returned the opening kickoff 69 yards to the Millersville 27-yard line. From there, the Huskies needed only four Franklyn Quiteh runs to put up a 7-0 lead on a 2-yard touchdown scamper by the PSAC’s all-time leading rusher. The score remained 7-0 through the rest of the first quarter, but the Huskies broke the game open with 24 points in the second period. Bloomsburg drove 93 yards in 10 plays in its first possession of the quarter, capped by a 31-yard pass from Tim Kelly to Tony Peregrin for the game’s second score. Following a Husky defensive stop and a 19-yard Marauders punt, Bloomsburg took over at the Millersville 40-yard line. Just three plays later, Quiteh was into the end zone again on a five-yard run for the 21-0 advantage. The next Millersville drive ended when Gary Postell forced running back Ian Sadon to fumble, with Postell taking the ball back to the Millersville 30. The ensuing drive led to a 31-yard field goal from Danny Fisher to stretch the BU lead to 24. Bloomsburg squeezed in another score just before the halftime buzzer. A nine-play, 53-yard drive culminated in another Kelly touchdown pass as this time the redshirt sophomore signal caller connected with senior receiver Glenn Hutton Jr. on a five-yard strike with three seconds left to take a 31-0 lead into halftime. The defense and special teams stole the show in the second half. The second half started with a big play defensively early in the third. Senior safety Jonathan Patrick picked off a pass from Millersville quarterback Curtis Frye and raced 34 yards for a touchdown and a 38-0 lead. Another big play led to the Huskies’ final touchdown. After nearly taking the opening kickoff all the way for a touchdown, Elliott would not be denied on a third quarter punt return. The true freshman broke through the Marauder punt coverage, racing 73 yards to pay dirt for his first career touchdown in maroon and gold. Millersville worked its way on the board in the fourth quarter on an 8-yard touchdown throw to Kevin Porter from Connor Casey. Joe Parsnik carried a career-high 18 times for 79 yards to pace the Huskies on the ground. Quiteh finished with 63 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries. Kelly completed seven of 13 pass attempts for 84 yards and two scores while Hutton led the receiving corps with three catches for 31 yards and Peregrin caught two balls for 35 yards. Dylan Spangler made eight stops to lead the Husky defense while Justin Shirk was in on seven tackles. The Bloomsburg defense racked up five sacks – Ezra Ranco and Roy Dennis each had a career-high 1.5 sacks apiece while Shawn Mitchell also tallied sack. Larry Webster and Joseph Wetty also combined for a sack while Webster recovered a Millersville fumble in the first quarter as well. Mitchell, DJ Robinson and Brandon True all made six tackles with Spangler, Mitchell and True all setting career highs in stops. 73

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SCORING SUMMARY Millersville 0 0 0 7 - 7 Bloomsburg 7 24 14 0 - 45 1st BU- Quiteh 2-yd run (Fisher kick) 2nd BU- Peregrin 31-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) BU- Quiteh 5-yd run (Fisher kick) BU- Fisher 31-yd field goal BU- Hutton 5-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick)

3rd BU- Patrick 34-yd interception return (Fisher kick) BU- Elliott 73-yd punt return (Fisher kick) 4th MILL- Porter 8-yd pass from Casey (Mayhart 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 MU 16 13 208 71 84 171 292 242 1-0 3-2 1 1 3-33 9-65 5-186 8-298 8-470 2-116 24:49 35:11 5 of 11 5 of 17 0 of 0 1 of 1 4-4 1-2 5-29 0-0 1-1 0-0 73


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GAME 7 Bloomsburg 52, East Stroudsburg 38 October 19, 2013 EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. – Bloomsburg running back Franklyn Quiteh sported a different look at East Stroudsburg, switching from his usual No. 28 to a No. 8 jersey to honor the memory of a late high school teammate. It turned out to be a day to be remembered in Husky football history as the senior set a new school record for rushing yards in a game with 304 to power the sixth-ranked Huskies to a 52-38 victory at Eiler-Martin Stadium. Quiteh racked up 323 total yards on the day, also catching two passes for 19 yards, and four touchdowns. The 304 yards on the ground surpassed the previous Bloomsburg record of 300 set by Jerry Marks vs. Mansfield in 1991. The day allowed Quiteh to jump from ninth to sixth in Division II history with 6,734 career yards, passing current Detroit Lions running back Joique Bell’s total of 6,728 set in 2006-09 with Wayne State. As it turned out, Bloomsburg (7-0, 4-0 PSAC East) would need all of Quiteh’s history-making performance in order to put down upset-minded East Stroudsburg (4-3, 1-3). The Warriors battled back all day from an early 14-0 deficit, finally tying the score at 38 apiece following a leaping, one-handed 22-yard touchdown grab by Jon Schnaars from quarterback Matt Soltes with 9:58 left to play. ESU looked to have Bloomsburg stopped on the ensuing possession, forcing a third-and-21 following a tripping penalty on the Huskies. Instead of turning the ball back to a hot Warriors offense, Bloomsburg quarterback Tim Kelly found redshirt freshman tight end Aaron Allison or a 32-yard reception down the sideline to move the chains. On the very next play, Quiteh broke the deadlock with a 17-yard touchdown run for a 45-38 lead and 6:23 showing on the clock. On the next ESU possession, senior safety Jonathan Patrick snuffed out a Warriors rally attempt. With ESU facing third-and-19 at its own 39-yard line, Patrick intercepted a Soltes pass attempt at midfield to give the Huskies back the ball and a chance to run out the clock. Four Quiteh runs – highlighted by sprints of 29 and 32 yards – set up a quarterback keeper by Kelly from one-yard out to close the door on ESU. Bloomsburg controlled the early going, scoring first on a four-play, 69-yard drive on a 46-yard touchdown burst by Quiteh with 4:38 left in the opening period. The Huskies built an impressive, nine-play, 92-yard drive on their first possession of the second quarter to stretch the lead to two touchdowns. Glenn Hutton Jr. (Sicklerville, NJ/Paul VI) capped the drive with a 17-yard scoring reception from Kelly as the senior danced his way through the Warrior secondary, pulling defenders into the end zone. The teams exchanged turnovers late in the third quarter. DJ Robinson picked off Soltes with 2:25 remaining in the period at his own 19-yard line, the first interception thrown by Soltes in 211 attempts. Bloomsburg gave the ball right back, though, two plays later on a fumble lost. East Stroudsburg drove to the Huskies 10-yard line, but was forced to try a field goal attempt when the drive ended on a Justin Shirk (Harrisburg/ Central Dauphin) sack of Soltes. Taylor Groff connected from 31 yards for a 38-31 score with 13:05 left in the fourth, setting up the drama of the closing minutes. In all, the two teams combined for 1,247 total yards - 627 from Bloomsburg and 620 for the Warriors. Kelly threw for 238 yards and one touchdown through the air and on the ground while completing 17 of 22 pass attempts. His favorite receiver on the day was Hutton who hauled in a career-high eight receptions for 113 yards and a score. Connor Gades also had three catches for 27 yards and tight end Jack Sandherr set career-bests with two catches and 44 yards. Shirk powered the defense with 13 tackles and two sacks, both season highs for the middle linebacker. Bloomsburg registered six sacks – Ezra Ranco finished with 1.5 while Mitchell and Dylan Stair each had one and Larry Webster (Hagerstown, MD/Elkton) assisted on another. Soltes threw for 476 yards on 32 of 48 passing with five touchdowns in a standout effort. Bleiler caught eight balls for 130 yards and two touchdowns.

SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg 7 17 14 14 - 52 East Stroudsburg 0 21 7 10 - 38 1st BU- Quiteh 46-yd run (Fisher kick) 2nd BU- Hutton 17-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) ESU- Jones 35-yd pass from Soltes (Groff kick) BU- Kelly 41-yd run (Fisher kick) ESU- Schnaars 18-yd pass from Soltes (Groff kick) ESU- Bleiler 2-yd pass from Soltes (Groff kick) BU- Fisher 34-yd field goal

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BU- Quiteh 2-yd run (Fisher kick) ESU- Bleiler 44-yd pass from Soltes (Groff kick) BU- Quiteh 51-yd run (Fisher kick) 4th ESU- Groff 31-yd field goal ESU- Schnaars 28-yd pass from Soltes (Groff kick) BU- Quiteh 17-yd run (Fisher kick) BU- Kelly 1-yd run (Fisher kick)

GAME STATISTICS

ESU BLOOM FIRST DOWNS 28 28 RUSHING YARDS 144 389 PASSING YARDS 476 238 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 620 627 FUMBLES Number-Lost 0-0 1-1 INTERCEPTIONS 1 2 PENALTIES Number-Yards 8-87 7-68 PUNTS-YARDS 3-87 3-107 KICKOFFS-YARDS 7-448 8-433 TIME OF POSSESSION 30:20 29:40 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 5 of 12 6 of 10 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 1 of 1 0 of 0 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 3-4 5-5 SACKS BY Number-Yards 1-5 6-35 FIELD GOALS 1-2 1-1

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GAME 8 Bloomsburg 35, Cheyney 7 October 6, 2013 BLOOMSBURG – The sixth-ranked Bloomsburg University football team raced out to a 35-0 halftime lead and never looked back, finishing off a 35-7 victory over Cheyney on Saturday afternoon at Redman Stadium in front of 2,945 spectators. With the win, the Huskies (8-0, 5-0 PSAC East) start the season with eight consecutive victories for the third straight year. Bloomsburg finished with 447 yards of total offense, limiting Cheyney to 263 total yards. The biggest difference came on the ground where the Huskies outrushed the Wolves (0-8, 0-5 PSAC East) by a 282-98 margin. Franklyn Quiteh needed only first half action to find the end zone four times – scoring on two runs from two yards out as well as a 13yard scamper along with a 36-yard reception from Tim Kelly. The PSAC’s all-time leading rusher recorded 114 yards rushing on 16 carries and moves to fifth all-time in Division II history with 6,848 career yards. Bloomsburg wasted little time in seizing control of Saturday’s contest. The hosts marched 74 yards in seven plays in just over three minutes with Quiteh scoring from two yards out for the early 7-0 lead. After the Husky defense forced a three and out from the Wolves, Bloomsburg drove 85 yards in 11 plays with Quiteh running to pay dirt once more. This time Quiteh took advantage of a busted coverage, taking a 36-yard pass from Kelly down the sidelines for the score. A Cheyney fumble set the Huskies up for a third touchdown before the end of the first quarter. Will Ridgeway forced Cheyney’s Khalif Dandy to fumble at his own 28-yard line, allowing Shawn Mitchell to recover at the 26-yard line to set Bloomsburg up in excellent field position. Three plays later, Kelly pushed the pile forward for a oneyard touchdown run and the 21-point advantage. Another fumble by the Wolves – this time forced by Ezra Ranco and recovered by Larry Webster – gave the ball back to the Huskies at their own 35. Bloomsburg found the end zone again in six plays, capped by Quiteh’s two-yard scoring run. Bloomsburg completed its scoring midway through the second quarter. The Huskies needed six plays, five of which were Quiteh runs, to stretch the lead to 35-0 on a 13-yard burst by the senior running back. From there, the Huskies defense did the rest, keeping Cheyney off the board until the Wolves broke through on a 35-yard touchdown pass from Adler Thony to Eugene Moten with 6:24 to play in the game. Dai’Shon Munger carried 14 times for 109 yards while Kelly completed 10 of 13 pass attempts for 148 yards and two scores, one on the ground and one through the air. Glenn Hutton Jr. led the team in receptions with five for 61 yards. Defensively, Tomas Cabrera led the team with eight tackles. Ranco had an interception, forced fumble and a tackle for loss. Jerrin Toomey also had a career-best seven stops and Justin Shirk added six. Thony completed 11 of 21 passes for 165 yards with one touchdown and one interception for the Wolves. Nahum Purdie led Cheyney in rushing with 46 yards on eight carries. 75

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SCORING SUMMARY Cheyney Bloomsburg

0 0 0 7 - 7 21 14 0 0 - 35

1st BU- Quiteh 2-yd run (Fisher kick) BU- Quiteh 36-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) BU- Kelly 1-yd run (Fisher kick) 2nd BU- Quiteh 2-yd run (Fisher kick) BU- Quiteh 13-yd run (Fisher kick) 4th CHEY- Moten 35-yd pass from Thony (Jones kick)

GAME STATISTICS BLOOM CU FIRST DOWNS 26 14 RUSHING YARDS 282 98 PASSING YARDS 165 165 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 447 263 FUMBLES Number-Lost 2-0 3-2 INTERCEPTIONS 1 1 PENALTIES Number-Yards 4-25 5-48 PUNTS-YARDS 2-67 4-132 KICKOFFS-YARDS 6-305 2-110 TIME OF POSSESSION 34:36 25:24 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 2 of 8 3 of 10 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 1 of 2 0 of 1 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 4-4 0-2 SACKS BY Number-Yards 0-0 1-10 FIELD GOALS 0-1 0-1

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GAME 9 Shippensburg 34, Bloomsburg 18 October 31, 2013 BLOOMSBURG – Halloween Night turned out to be full of treats for visiting Shippensburg as the Raiders scored a 34-18 victory over fifth-ranked Bloomsburg (8-1, 5-1 PSAC East) before 3,287 fans and national TV audience under the lights at rain-soaked Redman Stadium. Shippensburg (6-3, 5-1 PSAC East) did the majority of its damage through the air – defending Harlon Hill winner Zach Zulli completed 31 of 39 passes for 466 yards and five touchdowns, not showing any ill effects from the frightful conditions. The Raiders posted 549 yards of total offense on the night. Things started quick for the Raiders who implemented their hurry-up offense, driving 51 yards in 12 plays on the game’s opening drive down to the Bloomsburg 27-yard line. The Husky defense was able to turn the momentum, however, on an interception by Jonathan Patrick (Somerset, NJ/Franklin) at his own four. A three-and-out from the Huskies’ offense gave the ball back to the Raiders and this time the visitors moved their way down the field in workman-like fashion, driving 83 yards in 21 plays. The drive stalled, though, when the Huskies came up with a goal line stand, turning the Raiders away on fourthand-goal from the 2-yard line. After a scoreless first period, the Raiders broke through on their first possession of the second quarter. A seven-play, 55-yard drive came to a close in the end zone following a 31-yard touchdown pass from Zulli to Trevor Harman. The point after attempt failed, leaving Shippensburg ahead 6-0. The Raiders further seized control heading into the halftime break on its next drive when Zulli connected with Sheldon Mayer for an 84-yard touchdown strike down the middle of the field for the 13-0 advantage at the break. Bloomsburg appeared to be taking back the momentum on its first drive out of the locker room. Lawrence Elliott Jr. brought the kickoff back 43 yards, setting up the Huskies in prime field position. Franklyn Quiteh nearly broke through the Ship defense for a long touchdown run, but was tripped up at the Raiders’ 11-yard line. From there, the Raiders defense held, forcing a Danny Fisher field goal attempt from 28 yards away to put the hosts on the board with a 13-3 score. In the process, Fisher broke a tie for sixth all-time in Division II history with his 55th career 3-pointer. On its ensuing possession, Shippensburg came through with what was its defining facet of the game – success on third-and-long. Facing a thirdand-10 from the Huskies’ 27-yard line, the Raiders’ signal caller found Harman for another score to stretch their lead to 17. The Huskies would answer on the following drive. Once more Elliott broke loose on the kickoff return, racing 86 yards down the sidelines before finally being tripped up. Bloomsburg then found the end zone for the first time following two Quiteh runs of six and eight yards, drawing to within 10 once more at 20-10. Each time Bloomsburg had the chance to turn the tide, however, Shippensburg had an answer. Facing third-and-16 from his own 25, Zulli delivered to Mayer again for a 75-yard touchdown catch and run. A Huskies turnover on their following possession led to another Zulli touchdown pass, this time a 38-yard connection to Harman, and the Raiders would never look back. Quiteh carried 18 times for 82 yards and a touchdown, setting a new PSAC record for career rushing attempts in the process with 956. His scoring play also put him into a tie for the most overall touchdowns in conference history with 85, matching the mark set by Bloomsburg alum Jamar Brittingham. Defensively, middle linebacker Justin Shirk tied a career-high in tackles with 14 along with a sack. Larry Webster had 1.5 sacks and Andrew Harris long with Chris Kennedy each had one as well. David McFadden combined with Webster on a sack of Zulli, giving the Huskies five sacks on the night.

SCORING SUMMARY Shippensburg 0 13 21 0 - 34 Bloomsburg 0 0 10 8 - 18 2nd SHIP - Harman 31-yd pass from Zulli (kick failed) SHIP - Mayer 84-yd pass from Zulli (Newcomer kick)

SHIP- Harman 38-yd pass from Zulli (Newcomer kick) 4th BU- Kelly 13-yd run (Quiteh rush)

3rd BU- Fisher 28-yd field goal SHIP- Harman 27-yd pass from Zulli (Newcomer kick) BU- Quiteh 8-yd run (Fisher kick) SHIP- Mayer 75-yd pass from Zulli (Newcomer 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 SHIP 17 23 106 83 152 466 258 549 0-0 0-0 1 1 5-25 7-56 5-171 3-97 2-205 6-334 26:56 33:04 5 of 13 12 of 19 0 of 2 2 of 3 3-3 0-2 5-33 3-26 1-1 0-0

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GAME 10 Bloomsburg 31, West Chester 28 November 9, 2013 WEST CHESTER, Pa. – For the second straight week, a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division team lost its bid for a perfect season. This time around, the feeling was quite a bit better for the 16th-ranked Bloomsburg football team as the Huskies played the role of spoiler by handing No. 8 West Chester its first loss of the year, 31-28, while punching a ticket to the PSAC Championship Game in the process. The Huskies’ triumph in front of 7,849 fans at John A. Farrell Stadium forced a three-way tie atop the PSAC East standings along with Shippensburg – a tie that goes to Bloomsburg thanks to conference tiebreaker rules, allowing the Huskies to capture the Eastern Division title. It was another record-setting day for Franklyn Quiteh as the senior running back eclipsed the PSAC record for overall touchdowns (86) with a first half scoring run while also becoming just the third player in NCAA Division II history to reach 7,000 yards rushing. He finished the afternoon with 154 yards rushing and a score to reach 7,084 for his career, good for second place all-time. Quiteh also set a new career points record for the PSAC with 518. Both the overall touchdown and points marks previously were owned by former Husky Jamar Brittingham. Senior place-kicker Danny Fisher also broke the record for point after attempts made, reaching 181 for his career with four on Saturday. Jonathan Patrick delivered perhaps the biggest blow to West Chester’s hopes for an undefeated season. The senior safety made the defensive play of the day late, picking off a Sean McCartney pass attempt and racing back 45 yards for a touchdown and a 31-14 lead with 7:59 to play. The Golden Rams would not let their perfect season go easily, however. Just 21 seconds after Patrick’s pick-six, West Chester made things interesting on a 71-yard strike from McCartney to Tim Keyser. When forced to punt, freshman Will Wagner and the special teams unit did their jobs to perfection. Wagner placed the ball inside the Rams’ 1-yard line on three consecutive punts late in the second half to help preserve the advantage. Despite the Huskies’ success on third down and on special teams, West Chester refused to go quietly. An eight-play, 80-yard drive over a minute and 35 seconds capped on another pass from McCartney, this time to Eddie Elliott, drew the Rams within three with 1:45 left to play. With no other choice, West Chester attempted an on-side kick. Donovan Morris made a leaping grab of the bouncing ball, handing the ball back to Bloomsburg and effectively ending the Rams’ chances. Bloomsburg moved the ball effectively from the outset, but had only a 28yard field goal from Fisher to show for its efforts through the first quarter. Though the powerful West Chester offense was held silent through the opening period, the Golden Rams burst onto the scoreboard early in the second on a 51-yard catch and run by Eddie Elliott from Sean McCartney. Quiteh put Bloomsburg in the end zone for the first time on a four-yard touchdown run for the 10-7 lead. West Chester closed to within three at halftime (17-14) following a 33-yard McCartney pass to Erick Brundidge. Bloomsburg set the tone for the second half on the opening drive following intermission. The Huskies orchestrated a 10-play, 79-yard drive capped on a big play from their quarterback. Kelly faked a draw to Quiteh and found completely open field around the end for a 32-yard touchdown run to extend the lead to double digits. The score would remain 24-14 until Patrick’s interception and run back. Kelly put together an outstanding day, narrowly missing a career-high in passing yards by completing 16 of his 27 attempts for 262 yards. Glenn Hutton Jr. caught five passes for 100 yards and Tony Peregrin also hauled in five catches for 52 yards. 77

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SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg 3 14 7 7 - 31 West Chester 0 14 0 14 - 28 1st BU- Fisher 28-yd field goal 2nd WCU- Elliott 51-yd pass from McCartney (Leo kick) BU- Quiteh 4-yd run (Fisher kick) BU- Wenrich 6-yd run (Fisher kick) WCU- Brundidge 33-yd pass from McCartney (Leo kick)

3rd BU- Kelly 32-yd run (Fisher kick) 4th BU- Patrick 45-yd interception return (Fisher kick) WCU- Keyser 71-yd pass from McCartney (Leo kick) WCU- Elliott 18-yd pass from McCartney (Leo kick)

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WCU BLOOM 14 28 70 310 305 262 375 572 0-0 3-1 0 1 1-15 5-30 7-287 4-169 5-171 6-315 37:46 22:14 1 of 10 8 of 17 1 of 2 0 of 1 1-1 3-4 1-9 2-15 0-0 1-3 77


2013 GAME RECAPS GAME 11 Bloomsburg 42, Slippery Rock 38 November 16, 2013

BLOOMSBURG – Bloomsburg senior running back Franklyn Quiteh has put together a career full of memorable moments, breaking nearly every school and conference rushing record during his time in maroon and gold. In years to come the first play mentioned by those recalling his career, however, might be a 10-yard touchdown run with 27 seconds remaining to erase a deficit, sending the Huskies to a 42-38 win over No. 18 Slippery Rock in the PSAC Championship Game at Redman Stadium. The scoring play, where Quiteh avoided a tackle near the line of scrimmage to break away to the far sideline, capped an eight-play, 70 yard drive in 1:44 following a Slippery Rock field goal which had given The Rock a three-point lead with 2:16 remaining. It also put an exclamation mark on Bloomsburg’s rally to erase a 15-point second half deficit and send the 12th-ranked Huskies (10-1, 6-1 PSAC East) to their first PSAC Championship Game victory since 1985. The game-winning touchdown capped a tremendous day for Quiteh, who rushed for 231 yards on 27 carries with three scores to break the all-time PSAC rushing touchdown record previously held by Jamar Brittingham with his 85th while capturing Championship Game MVP honors along the way. PSAC West champion Slippery Rock (9-2, 6-1 PSAC West) seemed to have control of the contest midway through the third quarter. The Rock roared to a 28-13 lead following a 74-yard touchdown pass from Nigel Barksdale to John Schademan with 5:13 left in the penultimate period. Bloomsburg began to rally on its next drive, though, marching 64 yards in nine plays. The possession came to a close in the end zone on a six-yard touchdown strike from Tim Kelly to Connor Gades. Joe Parsnik converted a two-point rushing attempt to pull to within 28-21. Perhaps the biggest momentum swing came in the waning seconds of the third. Following the Bloomsburg kickoff after the Gades touchdown, the Huskies’ defense created a takeaway on the very next play. Senior Jonathan Patrick forced a fumble from Rock receiver Jaimire Dutrieuille which was scooped up by Donovan Morris at The Rock 24-yard line. Another Kelly run set up the Huskies on what turned out to be the gamewinning drive. On third-and-four, Kelly worked his way through the first level of the Rock defense for a 21-yard gain into Rock territory. Following a Rock timeout, Quiteh allowed the Huskies to begin thinking about a touchdown rather than a game-tying field goal attempt with his 20-yard run to the 23-yard line. Kelly completed two straight passes – one of eight yards to Glenn Hutton Jr. and another five-yard connection to Aaron Allison to set up first-and-goal. Quiteh then rushed for the score to push the hosts ahead. The Rock’s last gasp was snuffed out when Gary Postell intercepted a Barksdale pass attempt with four seconds remaining to send the Huskies to victory. Bloomsburg opened the scoring on an 8-yard touchdown run from Parsnik early in the opening period, but The Rock rattled off the game’s next 21 points to take a 21-7 lead before a 10-yard run by Quiteh followed by a blocked extra point attempt sent the visitors to a 21-13 lead at intermission. Slippery Rock appeared primed to stretch its lead before the half, but a fumble inside the Bloomsburg 10-yard line handed the ball back to the Huskies without any further damage done. Kelly threw for 173 yards and a score and also rushed for 96. Parsnik recorded his first career multi-touchdown game with two scoring runs and Hutton hauled in six catches for 85 yards. Defensively, a number of Huskies turned in standout performances. Justin Shirk led the team with 13 tackles while Postell made a career-high 12 stops along with the game-ending interception. Larry Webster also made a careerhigh 11 stops with two sacks. Andrew Harris had 11 tackles and Morris made 10 stops with a sack and forced fumble.

SCORING SUMMARY Slippery Rock 7 14 7 10 - 38 Bloomsburg 7 6 8 21 - 42 1st BU- Parsnik 8-yd run (Fisher kick) ROCK- Amos 31-yd pass from Barksdale (Wainauskis kick)

BU- Gades 6-yd pass from Kelly (Parsnik rush)

4th BU- Parsnik 1-yd run (Fisher kick) 2nd ROCK- Blakeman 1-yd run (Wainauskis kick) ROCK- Scales 44-yd punt return (Wainauskis kick) ROCK- Greene 4-yd run (Wainauskis kick) BU- Quiteh 10-yd run (kick blocked) BU- Quiteh 2-yd run (Fisher kick) 3rd ROCK- Wainauskis 24-yd FG ROCK- Schademan 74-yd pass from Barksdale BU- Quiteh 10-yd run (Fisher (Wainauskis kick) 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 ROCK 17 24 360 151 173 343 533 494 1-0 2-2 1 2 10-113 8-80 7-292 6-268 7-364 7-405 32:56 27:04 9 of 17 6 of 18 0 of 0 2 of 3 6-6 3-5 4-29 0-0 1-1 0-0

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GAME 12 West Chester 40, Bloomsburg 38 November 30, 2013

BLOOMSBURG – Five turnovers proved too much for the Bloomsburg University football team to overcome as the Huskies saw their season end in a 40-38 loss to West Chester in the second round of the NCAA Division II Playoffs on Saturday afternoon at Redman Stadium. The second-seeded Huskies (10-2) rallied from double digit deficits twice – first falling behind 17-3 at the end of the first quarter before coming back to tie the game at 17 late in the second period, and then nearly came back from a 34-17 hole in the second half. But the turnovers proved too many and too costly. “We turned the ball over too many times and that was the difference in the game,” Bloomsburg interim head coach Paul Darragh said. “When it comes to a team like West Chester you need to make more plays than they do and today we did not do that. To their credit they made one more play than we did.” A fumbled punt return in Bloomsburg territory set up the Golden Rams (121), the third seed from the Super Region One bracket, for the first score of the game, a 17-yard strike from Sean McCartney to LaRonn Lee. Bloomsburg responded with a nine-play, 67-yard drive which resulted in a 27-yard field goal from Danny Fisher, but the Rams struck again on a 25-yard pass from McCartney to Tim Brown and stretched the lead to 14 when a Huskies fumble set up a field goal from Sean Leo. The Huskies roared back, however, using one of their three interceptions of West Chester passers on the day, using back-to-back drives capped by Franklyn Quiteh touchdown runs to tie the game at 17 with 1:44 left in the period. West Chester went to halftime with a 20-17 lead after moving 61 yards to allow Leo to boot a 21-yard field goal just before the buzzer. West Chester seemingly put the game out of reach on another touchdown pass, this time a 16-yard connection from McCartney to Brown for the 34-17 lead and 4:07 left in the third. Following another Huskies fumble, the Rams were in position to ice the game. A trick play from the Rams backfired, however, when receiver Tim Keyser was intercepted by Donovan Morris with 3:41 left in the third. The turnover resulted in a 12-play, 60-yard drive which gave the Huskies hope on a 16-yard touchdown throw from Tim Kelly to Aaron Allison, pulling within 34-24. Leo made the score 37-24 on a 32-yard boot, but the Huskies were within a touchdown with 10 minutes still left to play on a 72-yard bomb from Kelly to Connor Gades which electrified the Redman Stadium crowd. Strong kick returns from the Golden Rams were a key all day and quickly deflated the Huskies after pulling to within 37-31. Rondell White set up the Rams at their own 47-yard line following an 18-yard return and the resulting 27-yard drive gave Leo a 43-yard attempt which he easily drilled for the 40-31 lead. Bloomsburg drove inside the West Chester 10-yard line, but another turnover, this time an interception by Brandon Pepper in the end zone, all but ended the rally effort. The Huskies had one final score on a 6-yard touchdown pass from Kelly to Tony Peregrin with 34 seconds remaining, but the ensuing on-side kick was fielded by West Chester to close out the victory. Quiteh posted 208 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 26 carries, becoming the first player in Division II history to rush for 2,000 or more yards in three seasons. Kelly passed for 265 yards and three touchdowns. Peregrin caught a career-high six passes while Glenn Hutton Jr. hauled in four passes for 83 yards. McCartney tossed for 348 yards and three scores with Brown compiling five catches for 112 yards and two scores. Rondell White became the first 100yard rusher vs. the Huskies this season, finishing with 113 yards on 27 carries. Justin Shirk paced the Bloomsburg defense with 12 tackles while DJ Robinson and Jonathan Patrick each turned in interceptions. 79

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SCORING SUMMARY West Chester 17 3 14 6 - 40 Bloomsburg 3 14 0 21 - 38 1st WCU- Lee 17-yd pass from McCartney (Leo kick) BU- Fisher 27-yd field goal WCU- Brown 25-yd pass from McCartney (Leo kick) WCU- Leo 28-yd field goal 2nd BU- Quiteh 24-yd run (Fisher kick) BU- Quiteh 1-yd run (Fisher kick) WCU- Leo 21-yd field goal

3rd WCU-McCartney 1-yd run (Leo kick) WCU- Brown 16-yd pass from McCartney (Leo kick) 4th BU- Allison 16-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) WCU- Leo 32-yd field goal BU- Gades 72-yd pass from Kelly (Fisher kick) WCU- Leo 43-yd field goal BU- Peregrin 6-yd pass from Kelly (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 WCU 22 25 268 117 265 348 533 465 4-4 1-0 3 1 5-45 5-45 3-134 2-95 6-260 9-421 30:37 29:23 6 of 15 5 of 14 4 of 4 2 of 2 4-5 7-8 1-8 1-3 1-1 4-5 79


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2013 Season Statistics DATE OPPONENT 9-7 STONEHILL 9-14 at Edinboro 9-21 at Kutztown* 9-28 LOCK HAVEN* 10-5 at Gannon 10-12 MILLERSVILLE* 10-19 at East Stroudsburg* 10-26 CHEYNEY* 10-31 SHIPPENSBURG* 11-9 at West Chester* 11-16 SLIPPERY ROCK 11-30 WEST CHESTER**

RESULT W, 41-13 W, 47-35 W, 31-12 W, 56-10 W, 38-14 W, 45-7 W, 52-38 W, 35-7 L, 34-18 W, 31-28 W, 42-38 L, 40-38

ATT 3175 4235 5234 2428 1748 5395 2100 2945 3287 7849 2635 1425

* PSAC East Game **NCAA PLAYOFF GAME Overall Record: 10-2 • PSAC East: 6-1 Home: 5-2 • Away: 5-0 SCORE BY QUARTER 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Bloomsburg 92 159 101 122 0 474 Opponents 44 75 76 81 0 276

Shane Quinn

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 474 39.5 271 153 101 17 3762 3971 209 566 6.6 313.5 42 2133 148-260-10 8.2 14.4 177.8 17 5895 826 7.1 491.2 44-965 20-144 18-289 21.9 7.2 16.9 19-9 88-787 65.6 45-1760 39.1 32.6 32:11 72/152 47% 9/15 60% 36-246 0 63 11-15 48-52 92% 38-52 73% 59-60 99%

OPP 276 23.0 231 71 138 22 1079 1440 361 371 2.9 89.9 6 3590 277-445-18 8.1 13.0 299.2 30 4669 816 5.7 389.1 75-1379 13-195 10-120 18.4 15.0 12.0 16-9 73-685 57.1 61-2346 38.5 35.8 27:48 55/163 34% 12/26 46% 12-86 -17 37 7-12 23-36 64% 17-36 47% 33-36 92%

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2013 Season Statistics Rushing

GP-GS Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Franklyn Quiteh 12-12 263 2235 40 2195 8.3 29 82 182.9 Dai’Shon Munger 12-0 120 677 33 644 5.4 2 34 53.7 Joe Parsnik 12-0 84 524 11 513 6.1 3 62 42.8 Tim Kelly 12-12 53 368 88 280 5.3 6 41 23.3 Matt Wenrich 11-11 15 88 0 88 5.9 2 11 8.0 Brody Myers 10-1 7 28 0 28 4.0 0 9 2.8 Lawrence Elliott Jr. 12-0 2 16 0 16 8.0 0 8 1.3 Derek Burkhard 12-0 5 14 0 14 2.8 0 5 1.2 Domair Anderson 8-0 2 10 0 10 5.0 0 5 1.2 Brady Knerr 5-0 3 11 14 -3 -1.0 0 11 -0.6 HUSKIES 12 566 3971 209 3762 6.6 42 82 313.5 Opponents 12 371 1440 361 1079 2.9 6 45 89.9

P assing

Tim Kelly Brady Knerr Tony Peregrin HUSKIES Opponents

GP-GS Effic. Att Cmp Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 12-12 145.1 249 145 8 58.2 2097 17 72 174.8 5-0 50.3 8 3 1 37.5 36 0 19 7.2 11-0 -200.0 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 12 139.7 260 148 10 56.9 2133 17 72 177.8 12 144.2 445 277 18 62.2 3590 30 84 299.2

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Glenn Hutton Jr. Tony Peregrin Connor Gades Franklyn Quiteh Aaron Allison Jack Sandherr Shane Quinn Trent Daniels Dai’Shon Munger Derek Burkhard Joe Parsnik Lawrence Elliott Jr. Matt Wenrich HUSKIES Opponents

GP-GS 12-12 11-0 12-12 12-12 12-0 12-6 12-6 11-0 12-0 12-0 12-0 12-0 11-10 12 12

Rec Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 46 773 16.8 6 56 64.4 31 414 13.4 3 57 37.6 23 287 12.5 3 72 23.9 13 180 13.8 2 36 15.0 11 151 13.7 2 32 12.6 5 66 13.2 0 26 5.5 5 40 8.0 0 13 3.3 4 83 20.8 0 50 7.5 4 48 12.0 0 15 4.0 2 61 30.5 1 42 5.1 2 13 6.5 0 9 1.1 1 19 19.0 0 19 1.6 1 -2 -2.0 0 0 -0.2 148 2133 14.4 17 72 177.8 277 3590 13.0 30 84 299.2

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Punt Returns

Name No. Yds Avg TD Long Lawrence Elliott Jr. 11 109 9.9 1 73 Jonathan Patrick 5 27 5.4 0 12 D.J. Robinson 4 8 2.0 0 12 Huskies 20 144 7.2 1 73 Opponents 13 195 15.0 1 44

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Interception Returns

Name No. Yds Avg TD Long Jonathan Patrick 6 147 24.5 2 45 D.J. Robinson 4 0 0.0 0 0 Tomas Cabrera 3 82 27.3 1 82 Tyler Knoblauch 2 18 9.0 0 18 Ezra Ranco 1 4 4.0 0 4 Donovan Morris 1 32 32.0 0 32 Gary Postell 1 6 6.0 0 6 Huskies 18 289 16.1 3 82 Opponents 10 120 12.0

Kick Returns D.J. Robinson

Name No. Yds Avg TD Long Lawrence Elliott Jr. 20 556 27.8 0 86 Damin Finley 14 259 18.5 0 29 Donovan Morris 5 130 26.0 0 45 Derek Burkhard 1 0 0.0 0 0 Andrew Harris 1 0 0.0 0 0 Connor Gades 1 13 13.0 0 13 Domair Anderson 1 7 7.0 0 7 Huskies 44 965 21.9 0 86 Opponents 75 1379 18.4 0 80

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Scoring TD PAT FG 2pt Safety DXP Points Franklyn Quiteh 31 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0 188 Dan Fisher 0 59-60 11-15 0-0 0 0 92 Glenn Hutton Jr. 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 36 Tim Kelly 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 36 Joe Parsnik 3 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0 20 Tony Peregrin 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 18 Connor Gades 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 18 Matt Wenrich 2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 12 Dai’Shon Munger 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 12 Aaron Allison 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 12 Jonathan Patrick 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 12 Lawrence Elliott Jr. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 6 Tomas Cabrera 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 6 Derek Burkhard 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 6 Huskies 61 59-60 11-15 2-3 0 0 474 Opponents 37 33-36 7-12 0-1 0 0 276

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Punting

Name No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd Will Wagner 44 1714 39.0 59 5 12 16 0 Danny Fisher 1 46 46.0 46 0 0 0 0 Huskies 45 1760 42.5 59 5 12 16 0

Total Offense

GP Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Tim Kelly 12 302 280 2097 2377 198.1 Franklyn Quiteh 12 263 2195 0 2195 182.9 Dai’Shon Munger 12 120 644 0 644 53.7 Joe Parsnik 12 84 513 0 513 42.8 Matt Wenrich 11 15 88 0 88 8.0 Brady Knerr 5 11 -3 36 33 6.6 Brody Myers 10 7 28 0 28 2.8 Lawrence Elliott Jr. 12 2 16 0 16 1.3 Derek Burkhard 12 5 14 0 14 1.2 Domair Anderson 8 2 10 0 10 1.2 Huskies 12 826 3762 2133 5895 491.2 Opponents 12 816 1079 3590 4669 389.1

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Defensive Leaders Solo Ast Total TFL Sack Int. PBU FR FF 10 Justin Shirk 59 64 123 8.0 3.0 0 3 0 1 44 Andrew Harris 29 43 72 5.5 1.0 0 1 0 0 9 Gary Postell 46 17 63 4.0 0 1 6 1 2 52 Dylan Spangler 16 42 58 3.5 0 0 0 0 0 99 Larry Webster 28 21 49 16.0 12.5 0 2 2 1 3 D.J. Robinson 33 15 48 5.0 0 4 9 0 0 21 Donovan Morris 25 23 48 1.5 1.0 1 9 3 0 29 Tomas Cabrera 28 19 47 1.0 0 3 4 1 1 22 Tyler Knoblauch 27 16 43 0 0 2 4 0 0 11 Garrett Pope 19 19 38 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 5 Jonathan Patrick 21 16 37 2.0 0 6 2 0 1 94 David McFadden 4 28 32 2.5 1.5 0 1 0 1 58 Shawn Mitchell 8 23 31 6.5 4.0 0 0 1 0 82 Joseph Wetty 10 14 24 0.5 0.5 0 0 0 0 68 Chris Kennedy 9 15 24 5.0 3.0 0 1 0 1 42 Ezra Ranco 12 11 23 6.5 4.0 1 1 0 3 17 Jerrin Toomey 8 11 19 0.5 0 0 1 0 0 26 Brandon True 7 9 16 0.5 0 0 1 0 0 71 Jeremiah Lowery 0 15 15 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 92 Dylan Stair 3 11 14 2.0 2.0 0 0 0 0 57 Bernadain Decena 6 7 13 1.5 0 0 1 0 66 Will Ridgeway 1 11 12 0.5 0 0 0 0 1 37 Bryan McCall 3 6 9 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 95 Dennis Roy 1 6 7 2.0 1.5 0 0 1 0 24 Travon Pugh 5 2 7 1.0 1.0 0 1 0 0 2 Damin Finley 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 61 Bill LaBadie 1 5 6 0.5 0 0 1 0 0 43 Tyler Szaflarski 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 77 Brian Clarke 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Glenn Hutton Jr. 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 Lawrence Elliott Jr. 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Brady Knerr 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 Tim Kelly 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 Connor Gades 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 Tony Peregrin 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 48 Will Wagner 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 Dakota Hoagland 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 77 Jesse Osborne 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 90 Braden Drexler 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 97 Danny Fisher 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 423 478 901 78 36 18 48 9 12 Opponents 396 524 920 56 12 10 19 8 8

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2013 Season Statistics Team Highs - Single Game

HIGH HIGH Rushes 68 vs. Stonehill 47 Yards Rushing 457 vs. Lock Haven 154 TD Rushes 6 at Edinboro 2 at East Stroudsburg Yards Per Rush 10.0 at East Stroudsburg 5.8 Pass Attempts 32 vs. Shippensburg 58 vs West Chester Pass Completions 19 vs. West Chester 41 Yards Passing 265 vs. West Chester 476 TD Passes 4 vs. Lock Haven 5 Total Offense 642 vs. Stonehill 620 Points 56 vs. Lock Haven 40 Sacks 6 at East Stroudsburg 3.0 First Downs 28 at East Strousburg 28 vs. Stonehill at West Chester Penalties 15 at Gannon 9 Penalty Yards 157 at Gannon 100 Turnovers 5 vs. West Chester 5

vs. Slippery Rock at Edinboro at Gannon vs. Slippery Rock at East Stroudsburg at Kutztown at Kutztown at East Stroudsburg at East Stroudsburg at East Stroudsburg vs. West Chester at Edinboro vs. Shippensburg at East Stroudsburg at Gannon at Gannon at Edinboro

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Individual Highs - Single Game Rushing Attempts 31 Rushing Yards 304 TD Rushes 4 Long Rush 82 Pass Attempts 32 Pass Completions 19

Franklyn Quiteh at Edinboro, 9/7/2013 Franklyn Quiteh at East Stroudsburg, 10/19/2013 Franklyn Quiteh at East Stroudsburg, 10/19/2013 Franklyn Quiteh vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/2013 Tim Kelly vs Shippensburg, 10/31/2013 Tim Kelly vs. West Chester, 11/30/2013

Yards Passing 265 TD Passes 4 Long Pass 72 Receptions 8

Tim Kelly vs. West Chester, 11/30/2013 Tim Kelly vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/2013 Tim Kelly vs. West Chester, 11/30/2013 Glenn Hutton Jr. at East Stroudsburg, 10/19/2013

Yards Receiving 124 TD Receptions 8 Long Reception 72 Field Goals 2 Long Field Goal 47

Glenn Hutton Jr. vs. Stonehill, 9/7/2013 Glenn Hutton Jr. at East Stroudsburg, 10/19/2013 Connor Gades vs. West Chester, 11/30/2013 Dan Fisher at Stonehill, 9/7/2013 at Edinboro, 9/14/2013 Dan Fisher vs. Stonehill, 9/7/2013

Punts 6 Punting Avg. 48 Long Punt 59 Long Punt Return 73 Long Kickoff Return 86 Tackles 16 Sacks 4 Tackles for Loss 4 Interceptions 1

Will Wagner vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/2013 Will Wagner at Edinboro, 9/14/2013 Will Wagner at Kutztown, 9/21/2013 Lawrence Elliott Jr. vs Millersville, 10/12/2013 Lawrence Elliott Jr. vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/2013 Justin Shirk at West Chester, 11/9/2013 Larry Webster at Kutztown, 9/21/2013 Larry Webster at Kutztown, 9/21/2013 Multiple Times

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The Last Time... 30 carries BU - Franklyn Quiteh (30) at West Chester, 11/9/13 Opp. - Rondell White (30) vs. West Chester, 11/3/12 40 carries BU - Franklyn Quiteh (43) vs. ESU, 10/13/12 Opp. - Not available 100-199 yards rushing BU - Franklyn Quiteh (159) vs. West Chester, 11/9/13 Opp. - Rondell White (113) vs. West Chester, 11/30/13 200-299 yards rushing BU - Franklyn Quiteh (208) vs. West Chester, 11/30/13 Opp. - Rondell White (211) vs. West Chester, 11/3/12 300+ yards rushing BU - Franklyn Quiteh (304) at ESU, 10/19/13 Opp. - Not available 3+ rushing TDs BU - Franklyn Quiteh (3) vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/13 Opp. - Dawon Harvey (3) Ashland, 8/30/08 50+ yard run BU - Franklyn Quiteh (51) vs. West Chester, 11/30/13 Opp. - D’Andre Webb (77) vs. West Chester, 10/23/10 20 pass completions BU - Pat Carey (22) at Mercyhurst, 11/13/10 Opp. - Sean McCartney (24) vs. West Chester, 11/30/13 30 pass completions BU - Jeff King (39) vs. Lock Haven, 9/19/92 Opp. - Zach Zulli (32) vs. Shippensburg, 10/31/13 30 pass attempts BU - Tim Kelly (31) vs. West Chester, 11/30/13 Opp. - Sean McCartney (39) vs. West Chester, 11/30/13 40 pass attempts BU - Eric Miller (43) vs. UC Davis, 12/2/00 Opp. - Nigel Barksdale (41) vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/13

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50 pass attempts 3+ TD Receptions BU - Jeff King (69) vs. Lock Haven, BU - Glenn Hutton Jr. (3) vs. Lock Haven, 9/19/92 9/28/13 Opp. - Alec Werner (58) at Kutztown, 9/21/13 Opp. - Trevor Harman, Shippensburg (3), 10/31/13 200-299 yards passing BU - Tim Kelly (262) at West Chester, 11/9/13 3+ sacks Opp. - Liam Nadler (204) at Gannon, 10/5/13 BU - Larry Webster (4) at Kutztown, 9/21/13 Opp. - O’Neil Anderson (3), New Haven, 9/4/99 300-399 yards passing BU - Pat Carey (311) at Mercyhurst Kickoff Return-TD 11/13/10 BU - Jesse Cooper (91 yds) at Millersville, Opp. - Sean McCartney (348) vs. West 10/04/08 Chester, 11/30/13 Opp. - Kevin Anderson (92 yds) at Stonehill, 8/31/12 400+ yards passing BU - Eric Miller (415) vs. New Haven, Punt Return-TD 9/4/99 BU - Lawrence Elliott Jr. (73 yds) vs. Opp. - Zach Zulli (466) vs. Shippensburg, Millersville, 10/12/13 10/31/13 Opp. - Drew Scales (44 yds) vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/13 3+ passing TDs BU - Tim Kelly (4) vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/13 Interception Return-TD Opp. - Sean McCartney (4), WCU, 11/9/13 BU - Jonathan Patrick (45 yds) at West Chester, 11/9/13 4+ passing TDs BU - Tim Kelly (4) vs. Lock Haven, 9/28/13 Opp. - Kevin Williams (28 yds) at Mercyhurst, Opp. - Sean McCartney (4) vs. West Chester, 11/13/10 11/9/13 Fumble Return-TD BU - Terrell Oglesby (92 yds) at Millersville, 50+ yard pass 10/6/12 BU - Tim Kelly to Trent Daniels (50), Opp. - Tarrell Lewis (33 yds) vs. Ashland, at West Chester, 11/9/13 8/30/08 Opp. - Nigel Barksdale to John Schademan (74) vs. Slippery Rock, 11/16/13 Blocked Field Goal BU - Donovan Morris vs. Cheyney, 10/26/13 10 receptions Opp. - Chad Miller, Millersville, 9/25/10 BU - Steve Burke (11) vs. ESU, 10/2/04 Opp. - John Schademan (10) vs. Slippery Rock, Blocked Punt 11/16/13 BU - Jeremiah Lowery, Slippery Rock, 11/10/12 100-199 yards receiving BU - Glenn Hutton Jr. (100) at West Chester, Opp. - Ian Wild, Mercyhurst, 11/13/10 11/9/13 40-yard field goal Opp. - John Schademan (169) vs. Slippery BU - Dan Fisher (47) vs. Stonehill, 9/7/13 Rock, 11/16/13 Opp. - Taylor Groff (52) vs. ESU, 10/13/12 200+ yards receiving BU - Ron Lelko (211) vs. ESU, 11/16/96 Opp. - Sheldon Mayer (244) vs. Shippensburg, 50-yard field goal BU - Dan Fisher (52) vs. Edinboro, 9/8/12 10/31/13 Opp. - Taylor Groff (52) vs. ESU, 10/13/12

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2013 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division Western Division Conf. Overall Conf. Overall Bloomsburg* 6-1 10-2 Slippery Rock* 6-1 9-3 West Chester 6-1 13-2 IUP 5-2 9-2 Shippensburg 6-1 7-4 California 4-3 7-4 East Stroudsburg 4-3 7-4 Mercyhurst 4-3 7-4 Kutztown 3-4 4-7 Gannon 4-3 6-5 Lock Haven 2-5 3-8 Edinboro 3-4 6-5 Millersville 1-6 1-10 Clarion 2-5 4-7 Cheyney 0-7 0-11 Seton Hill 0-7 1-10

*PSAC Championship Game - Bloomsburg 42, Slippery Rock 38

OFFENSE Quarterback Running Back Offensive Tackle Offensive Guard Center Tight End Wide Receiver Placekicker DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist Punter

All-PSAC East First Teams

All-PSAC East Second Teams

Zach Zulli Ian Sadon Rondell White Franklyn Quiteh Matt Feiler Justin Bathurst Trey Farmer Brian Clarke Derek Schatz Steve Jones Trevor Harman Robert Bleiler Sheldon Mayer Dan Fisher

Shippensburg Millersville West Chester Bloomsburg Bloomsburg West Chester West Chester Bloomsburg West Chester East Stroudsburg Shippensburg East Strousburg Shippensburg Bloomsburg

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

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

Jake Metz Bryan Thomson Larry Webster Ariene Gardner Chris Kennedy Ronell Williams Isaiah Fleming Brian Sourber Justin Shirk Alex DiNolfi Tyriq Kersaw Al-Hajj Shawbazz Avery Coleman Sheldon Mayer Nate Schmidt

Shippensburg East Strousburg Bloomsburg Cheyney Bloomsburg West Chester Cheyney Shippensburg Bloomsburg Kutztown Shippensburg Shippensburg Shippensburg Shippensburg Shippensburg

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

DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist Punter

Matt Soltes Robert Healy Blair Brooks Brandon Brader Cody Laubach Adam Citko James Colivas Anthony Herko Chris Steck Alex Kulijian Kodi Reed Erick Brundidge James Wilbern Shawn Leo

East Stroudsburg East Stroudsburg Shippensburg Lock Haven East Stroudsburg West Chester West Chester Lock Haven Bloomsburg Shippensburg Kutztown West Chester Lock Haven West Chester

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

Andrew Cohen Zach Greenwald Tyrek Morgan Dainen Green Eric Edwers Javier Garcia Sam Dixon-Dougan Cody Simcox Mike Labor Mike Goode Shawn Krautzel Gary Postell Phil Boyd Lawrence Elliott Jr. Jordan Bair

West Chester Kutztown Lock Haven Shippensburg West Chester Cheyney Kutztown East Stroudsburg West Chester Shippensburg West Chester Bloomsburg Shippensburg Bloomsburg East Stroudsburg

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

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

All-PSAC West First Teams

DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist Punter

Nigel Barksdale Slippery Rock Jansen Jones Gannon B. Brown-Dukes Mercyhurst De-Antwan Williams IUP Cory Tucker Slippery Rock Bryon Dovales IUP Ben Gysin Mercyhurst Mike Charmo IUP Jack Abercrombie California R.J. Miller Mercyhurst John Schademan Slippery Rock Mike Williams California Terrill Barnes IUP Steven Wakefield Mercyhurst

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

Julian Howsare Derek Walker Tony Papley Dustin Galich BJ Stevens Tyler Zimmer Carl Fleming Gary Allen Quindell Dean Dewey Mcdonald Terrell Holloway Austin Miele Anthony Saunders Justin Caliste James McCombie

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

DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist Punter

Clarion Slippery Rock Slippery Rock Mercyhurst California Seton Hill IUP Slippery Rock California California IUP Slippery Rock Slippery Rock Gannon Slippery Rock

EASTERN DIVISION

Liam Nadler Allen Jones Teddy Blakeman Shamar Green Mike Felker Kelson Patterson Alex Davis Nick Carnicella Steve Reinhardt Julian Harrell Ben Eisel Jaimire Dutrieuille Trey Johnson Brett Ullman

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

Noah Taylor Matt Shuey Bobby Kmetz Chris Williams Matt Peacock Luke Rankie Dorian Lane Mike Shansky Pat Behm Colin Kimball

California Sr. Clarion Jr. Edinboro Sr. Edinboro Sr. Slippery Rock Jr. Gannon Jr. IUP Jr. Edinboro So. Mercyhurst Jr. Mercyhurst Jr. Edinboro Jr. California Sr. California Fr. California Jr. California So.

Devin Ghafoor

CJ Townes Aaron Terry Terrell Roberson Andy Cerett

Offensive Player of the Year Nigel Barksdale, QB, Slippery Rock

Defensive Player of the Year Jake Metz, DL, Shippensburg

Defensive Player of the Year Julian Howsare, DL, Clarion

Freshman of the Year Robert Healy, RB, East Stroudsburg

Freshman of the Year Darren Massey, WR, Edinboro

Coach of the Year Paul Darragh, Bloomsburg

Coach of the Year Dr. George Mihalik, Slippery Rock

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

PSAC Post-Season AwardsWESTERN DIVISION

Offensive Player of the Year Franklyn Quiteh, RB, Bloomsburg

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

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2013 PSAC LEADERS

2013 PSAC Offensive Leaders Rushing 1. Franklyn Quiteh 2. Jansen Jones 3. Rondell White 4. De’Antwan Williams 5. Robert Healy

Team G BLOOM 12 Gannon 11 WCU 15 IUP 11 ESU 11

Att 263 296 406 240 176

Yds Avg 2195 8.3 1588 5.4 1999 4.9 1347 5.6 1129 6.4

TD 29 15 21 18 5

Long 82 48 67 66 58

Yds/G 182.9 144.4 133.3 122.5 102.6

Passing 1. Zach Zulli 2. Nigel Barksdale 3. Matt Soltes 4. Liam Nadler 5. Sean McCartney

Team G SHIP 11 ROCK 12 ESU 11 GAN 11 WCU 14

Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Avg/G 480 294 11 61.3 3,500 35 318.2 427 247 17 57.8 3,736 30 311.3 351 212 5 60.4 3,244 34 294.9 376 224 13 59.6 2,859 16 259.9 384 242 14 63.0 3,574 34 255.3

Receiving 1.Trevor Harman 2. John Schademan 3. Robert Bleiler 4. Terrill Barnes 5. Sheldon Mayer

Team G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Yds/G SHIP 11 102 1,421 22 81 13.5 129.2 ROCK 12 77 1,484 15 74 19.3 123.7 ESU 11 71 1,199 12 99 16.9 109.0 IUP 11 63 1,014 8 56 16.1 92.2 SHIP 11 63 897 8 84 14.2 81.5

Scoring Team G TD XPT FG 2XP Pts Pts/G 1. Franklyn Quiteh BLOOM 12 31 0 0 1 188 15.7 2 Trevor Harman SHIP 11 22 0 0 0 132 12.0 3. De’Antwan Williams IUP 11 18 0 0 0 108 9.8 4. Rondell White WCU 15 24 0 0 0 144 9.6 5. Jansen Jones GAN 11 17 0 0 0 102 9.3 All-Purpose 1. Rondell White 2. Franklyn Quiteh 3. Jansen Jones 4. De’Antwan Williams 5. Blair Brooks

Team G Rush Rcv PR KR Yds Avg/G WCU 15 1,999 843 0 275 3,117 207.8 BLOOM 12 2,195 180 0 0 2,375 197.9 GAN 11 1,588 229 0 0 1,817 165.2 IUP 11 1,347 184 0 210 1,741 158.3 SHIP 10 908 176 0 478 1,562 156.2

Field Goals 1. Steven Wakefield 2. Shawn Leo 3. Cody Nuzzo 4. Danny Fisher 5. Alex Boumerhi

Team G FG FGA Pct. FG/G MER 10 16 17 94.1 1.6 WCU 15 16 24 66.7 1.1 CAL 11 11 16 68.8 1.0 BLOOM 12 11 15 73.3 0.9 LHU 11 9 15 60.0 0.8

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2013 PSAC Defensive Leaders Tackles 1. Isaiah Fleming 2. Luke Rankie 3.Tyler Zimmer 4. Justin Shirk 5. Javier Garcia

Team G Solo Ast Total Avg/G Sack CHEY 11 90 54 144 13.1 4 GAN 11 53 62 115 10.5 5 SHU 9 57 36 93 10.3 6 BLOOM 12 59 64 123 10.3 3 CHEY 10 51 50 101 10.1 3 Sacks 1. Larry Webster 2. Jake Metz 3. Julian Howsare 4. Zach Greenwald 5. Bryan Thomson

Team G Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G BLOOM 12 11 3 102 12.5 1.04 SHIP 11 9 4 99 11 1.00 CLAR 11 9 1 58 9.5 .86 KUTZ 11 8 0 57 8 .73 ESU 11 5 5 38 7.5 .68

Tackles for Loss 1. Isaiah Fleming 2. Zach Greenwald 3 Jake Metz 4. Javier Garcia 5. Julian Howsare

Team G Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G CHEY 11 17 7 69 20.5 1.86 KUTZ 11 18 5 95 20.5 1.86 SHIP 11 13 10 113 18.0 1.64 CHEY 10 14 4 55 16.0 1.60 CLAR 11 15 3 75 16.5 1.50

Passes Defended 1. Nick Bengal 2. Anth. Saunders 3. English Peay 4. Cory McNamara 5. Teron Dobbs

Team G Brkup Int Total Avg/G GAN 10 15 3 18 1.80 ROCK 12 11 4 15 1.25 KUTZ 9 10 1 11 1.22 CLAR 11 12 1 13 1.18 ESU 11 8 5 13 1.18

Andrew Harris Kick Returns 1. Marcus Johnson 2. Lawrence Elliott Jr. 3. Terrell Roberson 4. Brandon Monk 5. Norman Darden

Team G Ret Yds TD Long Avg EDIN 10 15 473 0 80 31.5 BLOOM 13 26 816 0 86 31.4 CAL 11 23 689 1 100 30.0 WCU 15 22 654 1 97 29.7 SHU 10 20 540 1 89 27.0

Punt Returns 1. Sheldon Mayer 2. Trey Johnson 3. Lawrence Elliott Jr. 4. Ben Eisel 5. Eugene Moten

Team G Ret Yds TD Long Avg SHIP 11 22 303 1 0 13.8 CAL 11 22 277 1 0 12.6 BLOOM 13 17 209 2 0 12.3 EDIN 11 18 205 1 0 11.4 CHEY 11 16 118 0 0 7.4

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2013 REGIONAL AWARDS

2013 Bloomsburg Regional Awards

Daktronics All-Super Region One Franklyn Quiteh RB Regional Offensive Player of the Year Brian Clarke OL First Team Matt Feiler OL First Team Larry Webster DL First Team Danny Fisher K Second Team Justin Shirk LB Second Team Football Gazette All-Super Region One Franklyn Quiteh RB Regional Offensive Player of the Year Brian Clarke OL First Team Matt Feiler OL First Team Matt Wenrich FB Second Team Danny Fisher K Second Team Chris Kennedy DL Second Team Larry Webster DL Second Team Chris Steck OL Third Team Justin Shirk LB Third Team

Brian Clarke

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Year-by-Year Since 1935

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

0 0 0 3 0 26 0 21

21 9 14 19 26 12 10 0

0 25 12 14 28 0 0

19 32 25 21 12 7 25 13

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

19 32 25 21 12 7 25 13

12 33 40 19 14 20 12

26 27 42 0 3

1942-1943: World War II, No Team 1944 BSC 20 Drexel 13 Ursinus 0 Scranton 0 Drexel 0 Scranton Record: 2-3 Head Coach: Frank Kostos

6 6 39 30 32

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

7 0 7 8

0 20 6 13 6 0 6 6

7 14 7 0 19 7 12 0

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

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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 95

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6 0 2 6 0 7 31 0

7 6 14 14 0 7 7 0

12 6 6 33 0 12 26 0

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

6 7 0 25 13 12 20 13

0 13 0 0 26 13 41 13

6 13 0 19 25 6 7 0

0 6 6 20 7 31 27

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

13 13 42 6 20 12 13

19 12 6 0 0 12 56 12

13 0 6 6 20 7 10 14

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

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 2014 Huskies Football

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7 3 27 42 17 7 24 47

6 54 20 26 56 48 14 43 26

28 0 24 6 42 61 16 7 6 6

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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 97

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28 0 10 23 34 16 29 28 30

41 8 41 28 55 35 38 28 19

21 12 7 31 17 20 15 21 21

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

3 21 0 6 20 28 7 14 24

25 35 15 6 7 3 7 35 7 23

13 16 31 7 3 15 27 9 12 31

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

58 42 16 14 41 42 3 28 70

35 38 42 36 56 72 34 48 49 25

34 35 14 7 46 24 24 7 34

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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 * - PA “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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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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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

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

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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

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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

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2009 BU 10 Ashland 7 17 at California (PA) 10 17 at Mercyhurst 7 31 at Kutztown 12 24 C.W. Post 14 45 Millersville 10 27 East Stroudsburg 13 28 Cheyney 6 27 Shippensburg 28 14 West Chester 30 7 Gannon (OT) 10 Record: 8-3 (5-2 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale

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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 Championship Game **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 2012 BU 44 at Stonehill 30 Edinboro 44 Kutztown 42 at LIU Post 43 Gannon 38 at Millersville 48 East Stroudsburg 27 at Cheyney 42 at Shippensburg 24 West Chester 49 at Slippery Rock 20 at Shippensburg** Record: 10-2 (6-1 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale **NCAA Division II Playoffs

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2013 BU 41 Stonehill 47 at Edinboro 31 at Kutztown 56 Lock Haven 38 at Gannon 45 Millersville 52 at East Stroudsburg 35 Cheyney 18 Shippensburg 31 at #8 West Chester 42 #18 Slippery Rock* 38 #15 West Chester** Record: 10-2 (6-1 PSAC) Head Coach: Paul Darragh *PSAC Championships **NCAA Division II Playoffs

13 35 12 10 14 7 38 7 34 28 38 40

20 10 16 7 20 10 18 42 24 52

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All-Time Series Since 1892

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

W L T Pct. 0 1 0 .000 3 1 0 .750 3 1 0 .750 1 0 0 1.000 1 3 0 .250 2 1 0 .667 1 0 0 1.000 5 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 2 2 2 .500 0 7 0 .000 6 4 0 .600 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 13 8 2 .619 0 3 0 .000 5 1 0 .833 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 44 9 1 .822 6 4 1 .600 0 1 0 .000 3 4 1 .438 5 1 0 .833 1 1 0 .500 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 .000 13 7 1 .643 1 1 0 .500 39 43 2 .476 4 6 0 .400 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 3 1 0 .750 0 2 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000

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

W L T Pct. 0 1 0 .000 2 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 1 0 0 1.000 10 18 0 .357 0 4 0 .000 0 2 0 .000 3 3 0 .500 10 0 1 .955 45 21 1 .674 0 6 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 44 38 3 .530 3 1 0 .750 55 22 4 .704 2 2 0 .500 41 30 5 .566 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 0 1 2 .333 1 0 0 1.000 0 2 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 2 2 0 .500 3 5 0 .375 2 1 0 .667 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 2 1 0 .667 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 1 .250 1 1 0 .500 0 1 0 .000 0 2 0 .000 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 3 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000

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

W L T Pct. 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 3 2 0 .600 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 2 4 0 .333 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 33 45 0 .428 11 3 0 .786 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 0 1 0 .000 11 6 1 .639 2 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 2 0 0 1.000 25 47 0 .347 1 0 0 1.000 0 2 0 .000 10 3 0 .769 0 1 0 .000 3 2 1 .583 1 0 0 1.000 3 1 0 .750 6 23 3 .234 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000

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

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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

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

1982 — 1-7-1 1983 — 5-5 1984 — 6-5 1985 — 12-1 #, + 1986 — 7-2-1 1987 — 8-3 1988 — 7-4 1989 — 4-7 1990 — 4-7 1991 — 5-5 1992 — 1-9 1993 — 5-6 1994 — 8-3 # 1995 — 9-1-1 # 1996 — 10-2 #, + 1997 — 8-2 # 1998 — 5-6 1999 — 7-4 2000 — 12-3 #, + 2001 — 9-2 #, + 2002 — 8-2 # 2003 — 7-4 # 2004 — 7-3 2005 — 11-1 #,+ 2006 — 12-2 #, + 2007 — 7-3 2008 — 11-2 + 2009 — 8-3 2010 — 10-3#,+ 2011 — 9-2 2012 — 10-2+ 2013 — 10-2#,+ + -- NCAA Playoffs # -- PSAC East Champs

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All-Time Coaching Records Head Coach (seasons) Year(s) Overall Record W.H. Detwiler (2) 1892-1893 4-5-1 A.K. Aldinger (10) 1894-1898, 1901-1905 50-25-3 B.F. Bryant (2) 1907-1908 5-11 George Harry (1) 1909 4-4 Charles Albert (1) 1910 7-1 John W. Weimer (7) 1911-1917 32-22-6 Thomas W. Pownall (1) 1919 2-5 Raymond Deidrick (1) 1920 3-6 George Mead (4) 1921-1924 14-18-1 Alfred K. Jackson (1) 1925 3-5 Thornley Booth (6) 1926-1931 22-19-4 George Buchheit (7) 1932-1935, 1940-41, 1945 15-26-4 Austin Tate (4) 1936-1939 5-25-1 Frank Kostos (1) 1944 1-4 John Hoch (1) 1946 4-3-1 Robert B. Redman (5) 1947-1951 38-4 Jack Yohe (5) 1952-1956 25-12-2 Walter Blair (7) 1957-1963 26-26-3 Russ Houk (4) 1964-1967 16-16-1 Jerry Densdorff (3) 1968-1970 10-13-1 William Sproule (5) 1971-1975 15-30-1 Ron Puhl (4) 1976-1979 14-24 Clark Boler (2) 1980-1981 1-18 George Landis (4) 1982-1985 24-18-1 Pete Adrian (7) 1986-1992 36-37-1 Danny Hale (20) 1993-2012 173-56-1 Paul Darragh (1) 2013-Present 10-2 TOTALS (116) 1892-2013 559-435-32

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 .754 .833 .566

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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 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) Tim Kelly (2012) Eric Miller (2000) Glenn McNamee (1996) Eric Miller (1997-2000) Dan Latorre (2006-2009) Glenn McNamee (1993-1996)

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

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

Yards/Completion Game 30.4 Season 16.7 Career 15.0 14.9

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

Yards/Game Season 307.8 Career 241.1

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

RECEIVING Receptions Game 17 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 1,039 Franklyn Quiteh (2010-13) * Net Yards Gained Game 304 Season 2,260 Career 7,523

Franklyn Quiteh (2013) Jamar Brittingham (2005) Franklyn Quiteh (2010-13) *

Highest Average/Carry Game 23.3 Bill Firestine vs. Mansfield (1968) Season 8.4 Franklyn Quiteh (2013) Career 7.2 Franklyn Quiteh (2010-13) Rushing Touchdowns Game 5 5 5 5 5 Season 32 Career 87

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) * Franklyn Quiteh (2010-13) *

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 7,964

Jim Browning vs. King’s (PA) (1954) Jamar Brittingham (2005) Franklyn Quiteh (2010-13) *

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 91 Franklyn Quiteh (2010-13) *

SCORING Most Extra Points Made Game 9 Garrett Bloom vs. Cheyney (2004) 9 Garrett Bloom vs. Lock Haven (2005) Season 59 Danny Fisher (2013) Career 190 Danny Fisher (2010-13) * Most Two-Point Conversions Made Game 2 Eric Miller and Mike Lelko (2000) Season 4 Kevin Grande (1985) Most Field Goals Made Game 5 Danny Fisher vs. C.W. Post (2010) 4 Danny Fisher vs. E. Stroudsburg (2011) 4 Danny 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 Danny Fisher (2010) Career 57 Danny Fisher (2010-13) * 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 74 Danny Fisher (2010-13) 45 Jon Koenig (2006-2009) 41 Bill Beall (1992-95) Most Points Game 34 Season 204 Career 550

Jamar Brittingham vs. C.W. Post (2007) Jamar Brittingham (2005) * Franklyn Quiteh (2010-13) *

Most Points Per Game Season 17 Jamar Brittingham (2005) Career 11.7 Franklyn Quiteh (2010-13) 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) 2014 Huskies Football

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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 36.6 Lawrence Elliott Jr. vs. Shippensburg (2013) 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 Fumble Recoveries Career 12 107 69

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

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Longest Pass 94 Jay DeDea vs. Indiana (PA) (1985) Longest TD Pass 94 Jay DeDea vs. Indiana (PA) (1985) Longest Run 87 Jamar Brittingham vs. Kutztown (2007) Longest TD Run 87 Jamar Brittingham vs. Kutztown (2007) Longest Catch 94 Joe Dowd vs. Indiana (PA) (1985) Longest TD Catch 94 Joe Dowd vs. Indiana (PA) (1985) Longest Punt 83 Stan Covington vs. Delaware St. (1957) Longest Punt Return 80 Jim Browning (1954) Longest TD Punt Return 76 Jim Browning (1954) Longest Kickoff Return for TD 101 Steve Meszaros (1981) 100 Bryant Stone vs. Slippery Rock (2000) Longest Field Goal 52 Danny Fisher vs Edinboro (2012) 50 ^ Pete McKenna vs. East Stroudsburg (1979) 50 Jon Koenig vs. Kutztown (2009) Longest Field Goal Attempt 55 Rick Farris vs. Shippensburg (1981) Longest TD Interception Return 104 Bob Groover vs. Mansfield (1953) 91 Jesse Cooper vs. Millersville (2008) Longest Fumble Return for a TD 96 Matt Keys vs. West Chester (9-29-01) Most Points Scored in One Quarter Game 36 (1st Q.) vs. Lock Haven 1996 NOTE: In 2002, the NCAA changed statistics policies to include post-season stats in career figures. Career numbers for seasons prior to 2002 exclude post-season competition. * PSAC Record # NCAA Playoff Game $ Tucker’s records are NCAA Division II records for yards gained by a tight end ^ It was determined through video evidence by the Bloomsburg University Sports Information Office, in conjunction with the University’s archives, that McKenna’s field goal was from 50 yards, not from 51 yards as previously recorded.


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Bloomsburg Record Book All-Time Leaders

MOST RUSHING YARDS - GAME Name Yards Year Opponent 1. Franklyn Quiteh 304 2013 East Stroudsburg 2. Jerry Marks 300 1991 Mansfield 3. Franklyn Quiteh 282 2012 East Stroudsburg 4. Irv Sigler 278 1997 Lock Haven 5. Franklyn Quiteh 268 2012 Shippensburg Irv Sigler 268 1997 Millersville 7. Tom Martin 259 1985 Kutztown 8. Irv Sigler 257 1997 Cheyney 9. Jamar Brittingham 257 2007 Millersville 10. Irv Sigler 254 1996 American Int’l

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 RUSHING YARDS - SEASON Name Yards Year 1. Jamar Brittingham 2,260 2005 2. Franklyn Quiteh 2,195 2013 3. Franklyn Quiteh 2,121 2012 4. Franklyn Quiteh 2,015 2010 5. Irv Sigler 2,038 1997 6. Irv Sigler 1,693 1996 7. Jamar Brittingham 1,435 2007 8. Marques Glaze 1,354 2000 9. Marques Glaze 1,327 2001 10. Derrick Price 1,279 2008 11. Mike Ceroli 1,269 2004 12. Mike Morrucci 1,221 1979 13. Franklyn Quiteh 1,192 2011 14. Eddie Mateo 1,185 2011 15. Eddie Mateo 1,076 2012 MOST RUSHING YARDS - CAREER Name Yards Years 1. Franklyn Quiteh 7,523 2010-2013 2. Jamar Brittingham 5,689 2004-2007 3. Irv Sigler 5,034 1994-1997 4. Mike Morrucci 3,586 1976-1979 5. Marques Glaze 3,329 1998-2001 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. Eddie Mateo 2,261 2011-2012

MOST PASSING YARDS - SEASON Name Yards Year 1. Rich Lichtel 2,771 1967 2. Eric Miller 2,571 1999 3. Glen McNamee 2,533 1996 4. Dan Latorre 2,398 2006 5. Jay DeDea 2,321 1987 6. Jay DeDea 2,225 1986 7. Alan Eck 2,166 1990 8. Jack Lydic 2,135 2005 9. Tim Kelly 2,097 2013 10. Eric Miller 2,060 2000 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. Tim Kelly 3,890 39 2012-Present 9. Pat Carey 3,647 37 2009-2011 10. Mike Glovas 2,943 13 1983-1985 + - NCAA PLAYOFFS NOTE: IN 2002, THE NCAA CHANGED STATISTICS POLICIES TO INCLUDE POST-SEASON STATS IN CAREER FIGURES. BLOOMSBURG RECORDS FOR SEASONS PRIOR TO 2002 EXCLUDE POST-SEASON COMPETITION.

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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

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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. Kyle Fisher 1,536 2009-2012 1,000 YARD RUSHERS - SEASON Name Yards TDs Franklyn Quiteh 2,195 29 Franklyn Quiteh 2,121 24 Eddie Mateo 1,076 6 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

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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

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

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

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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 Hansen’s 1st team Associated Press 1st Team

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

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 2012 FRANKLYN QUITEH (RB) Daktronics 1st Team Associated Press 1st Team Beyond Sports Network 1st Team D2Football.com 1st Team BRIAN CLARKE (OL) Daktronics 1st Team Associated Press 2nd Team Beyond Sports Network 1st Team D2Football.com 2nd Team LARRY WEBSTER (DL) Beyond Sports Network 3rd Team D2Football.com Honorable Mention

2007 JAMAR BRITTINGHAM (RB) American Football Coaches 1st Team Daktronics 1st Team D2Football.com Honorable Mention

JON OCHS (DL) D2Football.com Honorable Mention 2010 PAT CASEY (OL) Don Hansen’s 2nd Team 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 2014 Huskies Football

BRIAN CLARKE (OL) Daktronics 1st Team Associated Press 1st Team D2Football.com 1st Team Don Hansen’s 1st Team MATT FEILER (OL) D2Football.com 1st Team Don Hansen’s 2nd Team Associated Press 3rd Team LARRY WEBSTER (DL) D2Football.com 1st Team Daktronics 2nd Team Don Hansen’s 3rd Team

ALL-AMERICAN BREAKDOWN All-American Awards: 67 Associated Press: 34 Football Gazette: 19 D2football.com: 17 CoSIDA: 8 Don Hansen: 12 Daktronics: 11 AFCA: 8 Dopke.com: 1 American Football Quarterly: 1

2008 MATT BOSS (OL) D2Football.com Honorable Mention

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HUSKIES IN THE NFL Larry Webster

Bloomsburg’s all-time sacks leader, Webster (right) made a tremendous impact on the gridiron in only two seasons. After a standout career on the basketball court for the Huskies where he became the school’s all-time blocked shots leader, Webster transitioned to the football field. The impact was immediate - he set the single season school sacks record with 13.5 in 2012 and then recorded 12.5 sacks and led the nation in sack yardage (102) in 2013. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions (136th overall), becoming the second-highest Bloomsburg player ever selected behind only Jahri Evans. Webster also is the seventh-highest NFL Draft pick in PSAC history.

Brian Clarke

A two-time All-American for the Huskies offensive line, Clarke’s bruising style helped lead Bloomsburg to the top two rushing seasons in PSAC history in back-toback years. He was signed as a priority free agent by the Dallas Cowboys immediately following the 2014 NFL Draft.

Matt Feiler

Feiler drew the attention of NFL scouts following an All-American senior season, earning invitations to both the prestigious East-West Shrine Game and the NFL Combine. He was signed as a free agent by the Houston Texans immediately following the 2014 NFL Draft.

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 is a key figure in an offensive line that has ranked among the NFL’s best units since 2006. An immediate starter since being drafted in the fourth round in 2006, Evans has gone from being a little-known rookie to an established veteran now considered one of the NFL’s top right guards. He is a five-time Pro Bowl selection (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) and a five-time All-Pro. 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 while at Bloomsburg. 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 were broken by tailback Irv Sigler. Former Bloomsburg Players in the NFL

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.

Year 2014 2014 2014 2006 1992 1980 1972 1970 1950 1949 1949

Round Pick Name 4 136 Larry Webster -- UFA Brian Clarke -- UFA Matt Feiler 4 108 Jahri Evans 5 140 Eric Jonassen 7 177 Mike Morucci 13 317 Bob Warner Not Drafted Bob Tucker 27 346 Elmer Kreisser -- -- Tom Donan -- -- Frank Luchnick

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HARLON HILL WINNERS BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY’s harlon hill winners Each year, the Harlon Hill Award is presented to the top player in NCAA Division II football as voted upon by Division II Sports Information Directors. Bloomsburg University is one of only seven schools nationwide to garner multiple Harlon Hill Award winners.

Franklyn Quiteh - 2013 Winner Franklyn Quiteh (left) became the second Bloomsburg University player to earn the Harlon Hill Trophy. A three-time Harlon Hill finalist, Quiteh received 182 voter’s points and held a 36-point margin over second-place finisher Dustin Vaughan of West Texas A&M. Quiteh, from Tobyhanna, Pa., led Division II in rushing yards (2,195), rushing yards per game (182.9), rushing touchdowns (29) and scoring (15.7) in 2013. He guided Bloomsburg to a 10-2 record and to the second round of the Division II Playoffs. He became the first player in Division II history to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season three times in his career and also broke the Division II record for most games with more than 100 yards rushing with 42. In an October game at East Stroudsburg, he set the all-time Bloomsburg single game rushing record with 304 yards on the ground and later rushed for 234 yards and three scores to send the Huskies to victory over Slippery Rock in the 2013 PSAC Championship Game. Quiteh finished his career as the second leading rusher in Division II history and the top all-time rusher in the PSAC with 7,523 yards on the ground. He previously finished third in the 2012 Hill voting and sixth in 2010. When Quiteh earned the 2013 Harlon Hill Trophy Award, Bloomsburg became just the seventh program in the nation to have multiple Harlon Hill winners.

Irv Sigler - 1997 Winner After becoming one of the few running backs in collegiate history to average better than 200 yards per game, Irv Sigler of Bloomsburg University became the 1997 winner of the Harlon Hill Trophy. He finished second in Division II rushing (203.8), fourth in scoring (12.0 ppg), and third in all-purpose yards (213.1). Sigler became the leading rusher in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference history with 5,105 career rushing yards. He also established the PSAC record for rushing yards in a season with 2,038. He was one of only two running backs in Division II history to average over 200 yards per game in a season. Rushed for over 100 yards in all ten games for the Huskies, including a string of five straight games with 200 yards or more. He also scored five touchdowns in a 68-6 win over Cheyney, becoming the first PSAC player to accomplish that feat twice in a career. During his career, Sigler set or tied 29 national and school records. Sigler rushed for a combined 3,802 yards during his junior and senior seasons, scoring 45 touchdowns in that span. He is the PSAC’s all-time leading career rusher (5,105), and also for a season (2,038). Sigler was named 1996 PSAC Offensive Player of the Year, while being honored on three Division II All-America teams. He helped lead Bloomsburg to a fourth consecutive PSAC Eastern Division title, as Bloomsburg became the first PSAC school to win four consecutive division titles.

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