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Bloomsburg University 2010 Football Game Notes Sports Information: Tom McGuire (tmcguire@bloomu.edu); Paul Blascovich (pblascov@bloomu.edu) Phone: 570.389.4413 Fax: 570.389.4724 Address: 400 East Second St.; Bloomsburg, PA 17815 Website: buhuskies.com

Game #11 - PSAC Championship Saturday, November 13, 2010 — 12 p.m. Louis J. Tullio Field

#11 Bloomsburg Huskies

#16 Mercyhurst Lakers vs.

(9-1, 7-0 PSAC East)

(8-2, 6-1 PSAC West)

Series History First Meeting: 2008 Series Record: BU leads 2-0 Current Win Streak: BU, 2 Last Meeting: 2009; BU 17 - MC 7

Media Radio: WHLM (930 AM); WHLM.com (Jim Doyle and Andy Ulicny)

Bloomsburg Statistical Leaders

Mercyhurst Statistical Leaders

RUSHING Franklyn Quiteh Codie Butler PASSING Pat Carey RECEIVING Cory Stiger Ben Weaber Tyler Guise DEFENSE Mike Varanavage Jarrett Pidgeon Alex Landis Oscar Rivera PUNTS Drew Snyder

Att. 247 102 Comp 96 No. 24 23 15 Tack. 75 54 40 37 No. 21

Yds. 1,638 639 Att. 174 Yds. 405 226 288 Sack 2 1 0 0 Yds. 762

Avg. 6.6 6.3 Yds. 1,505 Avg. 16.9 9.8 19.2 TFL 8.5 4.5 1 1.5 Avg. 36.3

TD 18 4 TD 19 TD 5 6 2 Int. 3 1 2 1 Long 50

Long 68 63 Int. 6 Long 66 37 47 FF/FR 1/2 0/0 0/1 0/0

2010 Bloomsburg Schedule Date Opponent Sep 4 at Ashland Sep 11 CLARION Sep 18 IUP Sep 25 *at Millersville Oct 2 *EAST STROUDSBURG Oct 9 *at Cheyney Oct 16 *at Shippensburg Oct 23 *WEST CHESTER Oct 30 *at C.W. Post Nov 6 *#15 KUTZTOWN Nov 13 at Mercyhurst *PSAC East game

Time/Result L, 14-24 W, 41-13 W, 47-20 W, 44-7 W, 26-13 W, 52-14 W, 23-3 W, 45-21 W, 36-16 W, 61-35 12 p.m.

RUSHING Gerald Anderson Andrew Bailey PASSING Travis Rearick Garrett Kensy RECEIVING Trevor Kennedy Terrance Coon Jeff Groene DEFENSE Bryan Boyce Tim Herbener Ian Wild PUNTS Garrett Stolz

Att. 241 29 Comp 114 64 No. 57 41 22 Tack. 70 67 61 No. 42

Yds. 1,179 142 Att. 198 109 Yds. 707 550 106 Sack 6.5 1 1 Yds. 1,457

Avg. 4.9 4.9 Yds. 1,275 670 Avg. 12.4 13.4 4.8 TFL 11.5 11 4 Avg. 34.7

TD 7 4 TD 15 5 TD 9 5 2 Int. 2 2 1 Long 56

Long 70 30 Int. 6 7 Long 51 80 13 FF/FR 1/1 0/2 3/1

2010 Mercyhurst Schedule Date Opponent Sep 4 at Notre Dame College Sep 11 at Kutztown Sep 18 at C.W. Post Sep 25 *LOCK HAVEN Oct 2 *at Gannon Oct 9 *at IUP Oct 16 *at Edinboro Oct 23 *#3 CALIFORNIA Oct 30 *SLIPPERY ROCK Nov 6 *CLARION Nov 13 BLOOMSBURG *PSAC West game

Time/Result W, 23-0 L, 14-35 W, 28-20 W, 41-0 L, 10-14 W, 28-27 W, 22-21 OT W, 31-21 W, 21-13 W, 38-14


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Bloomsburg Quick Facts Location ......................... Bloomsburg, Pa. President .......................Dr. David L. Soltz Founded ............................................... 1839 Enrollment ......................................... 9,512 Affiliation.....................NCAA Division II Conference ................. Pennsylvania State ...................... Athletic Conference (PSAC) School Colors .................Maroon & Gold Team Nickname ............................Huskies Stadium ..........................Redman Stadium Capacity .............................................. 4,775 Surface .......................................... FieldTurf Athletic Director ....... Dr. Mary Gardner Head Coach ............................ Danny Hale Football Office ....................570-389-4359 Training Room ...................570-389-4369

Sports Information Sports Information Director Tom McGuire Office................................... 570-389-4413 Email .................. tmcguire@bloomu.edu Intern / Asst. SID Paul Blascovich Office................................... 570-389-2767 Email ................... pblascov@bloomu.edu Graduate Assistants Brooke Wilson and Ryan Zvorsky Office................................... 570-389-5230

MATCH UP: After only their third season in the conference, this will be the Lakers’ first trip to the PSAC Championship. The Huskies have not been to the title game since its revival in 2008. Prior to the elimination of the game in 1987, Bloomsburg last participated when it defeated IUP, 31-9, in 1985. This year’s edition carries significant playoff significance, as a win by either team could seal not only a berth in the NCAA Championship, but a first-round bye as well. THE HEAD COACHES: Huskies coach Danny Hale (West Chester ‘68) is in his 18th year at the helm of the Bloomsburg program. Having achieved his 150th win this season against Shippensburg, Hale has a 153-50-1 (.752) record and the most wins in school history. For his career, Hale is 193-63-1 and his winning percentage of .753 is ranked among the top 10 active coaches in Division II and top 20 D-II coaches all-time. Hale has led BU to six playoff appearances, including the latest in 2008. He has been honored as the PSAC East Coach of the Year 10 times, the AFCA Regional Coach of the Year nine times, and was named the AFCA National Coach of the Year following the 2000 season. Marty Schaetzle (Bucknell ‘83) is concluding his ninth-year at the helm of the Mercyhurst football program. During his tenure, Schaetzle has a 39-57 (.406)overall record, including a 20-44 (.312) mark while his Lakers were in the GLIAC and a 19-13 (.594) ledger since. Prior to his arrival at Mercyhurst, Schaetzle was an assistant at the Patriot League’s Bucknell University. PSAC EAST: With divisional play in the books, the season concludes with the final PSAC crossover week. Bloomsburg’s originally-scheduled opponent (Lock Haven) will host that of Mercyhurst (Shippensburg).

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

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

Last Week (11/6) W 61-35 vs. Kutztown L 35-61 at Bloomsburg W 63-28 at Cheyney W 45-14 vs. Millersville W 20-17 at ESU L 17-20 vs. Shippensburg L 28-63 vs. C.W. Post L 14-45 at West Chester

2010 PSAC East Standings

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

DIVISION W-L Pct. 7-0 1.000 6-1 .857 5-2 .714 4-3 .571 3-4 .429 2-5 .286 1-6 .143 0-7 .000

OVERALL W-L Pct. 9-1 .900 9-1 .900 6-4 .600 4-6 .400 4-6 .400 3-7 .300 1-9 .100 2-8 .200

This Week (11/13, noon) at Mercyhurst at Gannon at Slippery Rock at Indiana (Pa.) at Lock Haven at Edinboro at California (Pa.) at Clarion

2010 PSAC West Standings

Mercyhurst California (Pa.) Gannon Edinboro Slippery Rock Indiana (Pa.) Clarion Lock Haven

PSAC Championship: Bloomsburg at Mercyhurst

DIVISION W-L Pct. 6-1 .857 6-1 .857 4-3 .571 3-4 .429 3-4 .429 3-4 .429 3-4 .429 0-7 .000

OVERALL W-L Pct. 8-2 .800 9-1 .900 6-4 .600 6-4 .600 6-4 .600 5-5 .500 3-7 .300 0-10 .000

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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK: Franklyn Quiteh earned his fourth PSAC East Offensive Player of the Week honor of the season after running for 194 yards on just 22 carries (8.8 ypc) and four touchdowns to help the Huskies to a 61-35 win over previously undefeated Kutztown to wrap up the PSAC East title. The 194 rushing yards is only his fourth most of the season. Vince Browning received PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week honors after making five tackles and two key interceptions to help lead Bloomsburg to the win. He also broke up an additional pass. The Huskies scored 10 points off of the junior’s turnovers. SCOUTING MERCYHURST: Mercyhurst’s offense is one of the most balanced in the conference, with the Lakers’ currently ranked seventh in the PSAC in rushing (150.0 yards/game) and eighth in passing (196.2 yards/game). While its offensive numbers may not seem impressive, the team has demonstrated a defensive prowess that has championship potential. Mercyhurst has held its opponents to 162.6 passing yards/game (3rd in PSAC) and a mere 89.1 yards rushing (2nd in PSAC). Individually, the Lakers are led by Travis Rearick, who has thrown for 1,275 yards and 15 touchdowns on the year, while only giving up 6 interceptions. Having only played in seven of ten games, Rearick has not qualified for the NCAA charts, but would otherwise be the 45th-best passer in D-II and 8th in the PSAC by efficiency. Gerald Anderson is averaging well over 100 yards rushing per game and has the 15th-most yards per game in the Division. Joining him on the offensive front, Trevor Kennedy and Terrance Coon have become two of the conference’s most prolific receivers. Defensively, Bryan Boyce is ranked among the conference’s top 15 players in tackles, tackles for loss, and sacks. Dan Kruper, Tim Herbener, and Fred Hale round out the Lakers’ defensive statistical leaders. On special teams, Mercyhurst is statistically the conference leader in punt returns, but the success does not translate to the team’s kickoff returns. The Lakers’ are among the league’s bottom five in net punting, which means the battle over field position may find the Huskies with a decided advantage.

2010 Season Statistical Comparison BU 278.1 159.8 437.9 38.9

Season Rushing Avg. Passing Avg. Total Offense Scoring

MC 150.0 196.2 346.2 25.6

BU 96.0 176.3 272.3 16.6

Season Rushing Def. Passing Def. Total Defense Scoring Def.

MC 89.1 162.6 251.7 16.5

The Teams’ Last Meeting (9/12/2009) Bloomsburg Mercyhurst

RUSHING Att. Yds TD 46 133 1 27 62 0

Bloomsburg Mercyhurst

1st downs 11 11

PASSING Comp. Yds. TD 12 of 24 112 1 19 of 38 130 1 3rd downs 2-17 (12%) 5-16 (31%)

OFFENSE Plays Yds. 70 245 65 192

Time of Poss. 34:46 25:14

Turnovers 1 4

PSAC Championship: Bloomsburg at Mercyhurst

Last Meeting #5 Bloomsburg 17 - Mercyhurst 7 September 12, 2009 ERIE-Quarterback Dan Latorre rushed for one score and passed for another to lead fifthranked Bloomsburg University to a 17-7 win over Mercyhurst College. After a scoreless opening period, the Huskies struck first on a career-best 47yard field goal from Jon Koenig with two minutes left in the half. The senior’s kick capped an eight-play, 46-yard for the Huskies that included a 20-yard run from Kenny Domzalski and an 18-yard pass from Latorre to Ben Weaber. On the ensuing drive, Mercyhurst quarterback Joe Laffey had a pass intercepted by Bloomsburg linebacker Anthony Smith, who returned the ball to the Laker 23-yard line. The Huskies drove to the Mercyhurst one-yard line, which set up a TD run from Latorre to make it 10-0 at the break. Bloomsburg made it 17-0 early in the fourth period when Cory Stiger caught a fouryard scoring pass from Latorre to cap a 44-yard scoring drive. The big play in the drive was a 41-yard reception by Chris Tressler putting the Huskies in scoring position. Mercyhurst got on the board in the fourth period when Laffey completed a one-yard pass to Josh Szeluga with 6:08 to go. The Lakers would get the ball back two more times in the final six minutes, but the Bloomsburg defense stopped the Lakers on both occasions. On a fourth and two, the Huskies’ Thomas McFarland made a stop for a loss of two yards to turn the ball over on downs, while Domenique Price intercepted a pass on Mercyhurst’s last drive to seal the victory. Domzalski rushed for a game-high 86 yards and surpassed 1,000 yards for his career. Latorre finished 12-24 for 112 yards and one score. Defensively, Smith had a BU-high 11 tackles and one interception. As a team, Bloomsburg gave up just one touchdown for the third straight game and allowed just 192 yards of total offense. Mercyhurst quarterback Joe Laffey was 19-36 for 130 yards and one interception. Bloomsburg Mercyhurst

0 10 0 0

0 0

7 7

- 17 - 7

2nd BLOOM - J. Koenig 47 field goal BLOOM - D. Latorre 1 run (J. Koenig kick) 4th BLOOM - C. Stiger 4 pass from D. Latorre (J. Koenig kick) MC - J. Szeluga 1 pass from J. Laffey (R. Giambra kick)

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Bloomsburg University Football Game Notes

RECORD PASSING STREAK: Junior Pat Carey has now thrown at least two touchdown passes in each of the last nine games. No other Bloomsburg quarterback has strung together as many multiple-touchdown games. Eric Miller had seven straight games in 2000. The BU record for at least one touchdown pass in consecutive games in the regular season record is 16: by Glen McNamee for the last nine in 1994 and first seven in 1995; and Miller for the last 5 in 1999 and all 11 in 2000. Including the playoffs that season, Miller reached 20. AMONG THE RANKS: Bloomsburg moved up to No. 11 in Division II according to the latest American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) poll. In last week’s D2Football.com media poll, the Huskies were slotted in the No. 14 position. LEADING THE NATION: For the eighth week this season and seventh straight, Franklyn Quiteh sits currently atop the Division II rushing leaderboard. His average of 163.8 yards per game is now 10 yards per game more than runner-up Phil Milbrath of Michigan Tech (153.2). Across all divisions, Quiteh has racked up the most yards rushing (1,638) and was the first runner to reach the 1,000-yard mark this season. STIFLING THE OPPONENT: In nine games, Bloomsburg has held its opponents to fewer than 20 yards on 76 of 131 (58%) of their total drives. On 29 of those drives (22% of the total), the Huskies forced a punt after only three plays. In its last game against Kutztown, Bloomsburg held the Golden Bears under 20 yards on seven of 13 drives, including two in which the Huskies forced a turnover on the first play. THROWING THE BOMB: The Huskies have thrown six passes of 50+ yardage this season. Pat Carey connected on four touchdowns from the Bloomsburg side of midfield: 66 yards (Clarion) and 65 yards (Kutztown) to Cory Stiger, 68 yards (Indiana) and 62 yards (Cheyney) to Kyle Fisher, and 52 yards (Shippensburg) to Chris Tressler. On BU’s other long pass, tight end Ben Weaber hurled 53 yards to Fisher on a trick play that ended on the West Chester three-yard line.

FROM THE ARCHIVES By Bloomsburg University Archivist Bob Dunkelberger The 61 points versus Kutztown are the most the Huskies have ever scored on the Golden Bears, bettering the 49 in 2007. The 96 total points are the most ever in the 64 games in the series and fourth most for a Danny Hale coached Bloomsburg team. The last time this many combined points were scored in a Husky game was 97 in the 63-34 loss to Delta State in the 2000 National Championship. The most was 106 the week prior versus U.C. Davis (58-48 Bloomsburg), and 100 was the highest total in a home game--58-42 in the 1996 finale versus East Stroudsburg. The 449 rushing yards was the second highest total for a Bloomsburg team since 1999, bettered only by the 541 versus Cheyney in 2004. The Huskies recorded the seventh undefeated regular season home record under Danny Hale while scoring 220 points, an average of 44 per game. The only better seasons in terms of points in the 37-year history of Redman Stadium are all under Coach Hale: 1996 (317), 2004 (230), 1999 (229), and 2007 (221); and average points 1996 (52.8), 2004 (46.0), and 2007 (44.2).

AFCA Top 25 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Minnesota-Duluth (23)................. 10-0 Abilene Christian (Texas) (3)....... 10-0 Northwest Missouri St.....................8-1 Texas A&M-Kingsville .....................9-1 Albany St. (Ga.) .............................. 10-0 Grand Valley St. (Mich.) ..................9-1 Valdosta St. (Ga.) ..............................8-1 Nebraska-Kearney ............................9-1 Shepherd (W.Va.) ..............................9-0 CALIFORNIA (Pa.) ..........................9-1 BLOOMSBURG (Pa.) ..................9-1 Central Missouri ...............................9-2 Hillsdale (Mich.)................................8-2 Augustana (S.D.) ...............................9-1 North Alabama ..................................8-2 MERCYHURST (Pa.) .......................8-2 Wayne St. (Mich.) .............................8-2 St. Cloud State (Minn.) ....................8-2 West Texas A&M ..............................7-3 KUTZTOWN (Pa.)...........................9-1 Colorado School of Mines ..............8-2 Michigan Tech ...................................7-2 Fort Valley St. (Ga.) ..........................8-2 Morehouse (Ga.) ...............................8-2 Midwestern St. (Texas) ....................7-3

*Poll as of 11/8/10

D2Football.com Top 25 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Minnesota-Duluth ......................... 10-0 Abilene Christian ........................... 10-0 Northwest Missouri .........................8-1 Texas A&M-Kingsville .....................9-1 Valdosta State ....................................8-1 Albany State .................................... 10-0 Grand Valley ......................................9-1 Nebraska-Kearney ............................9-1 Shepherd .............................................9-0 Central Missouri ...............................9-2 BLOOMSBURG ...........................9-1 CALIFORNIA ...................................9-1 West Texas A&M ..............................7-3 Hillsdale ..............................................8-2 North Alabama ..................................8-2 Augustana...........................................9-1 MERCYHURST ................................8-2 St. Cloud .............................................9-2 Delta State ..........................................7-3 Wayne State (Mi) ..............................8-2 KUTZTOWN ....................................9-1 Midwestern State ..............................7-2 Morehouse .........................................8-2 Michigan Tech ...................................7-2 Colorado Mines.................................8-2

*Poll as of 11/9/10

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BREAKING LOOSE: Bloomsburg has recorded 22 rushes for 20 yards or more this season, seven of which ended in touchdowns. Franklyn Quiteh is responsible for all but one of these long scoring runs, as he found the endzone from 45 and 68 yards against Clarion, from 25 yards against Millersville, from 23 yards against Cheyney, from 37 yards against West Chester, and from 25 yards against Kutztown. Codie Butler had a 62-yard run end on the one-yard line versus Kutztown but later got a second chance and escaped downfield for a 63-yard touchdown, one of his two in the game. EXTENDING THE RECORD: Currently the nation’s leader in field goals per game, redshirt freshman Daniel Fisher is now in exclusive possession of the Bloomsburg single-season record for field goals completed. The previous record was set in 1986 when Chris Mingrone was successful on 10 of his 20 attempts. On October 30, Fisher also broke the BU single-game record, which stood at three entering the season. His average of 1.90 field goals per game is tied for first in all of NCAA Division II.

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Daniel Fisher’s Field Goals (19 for 22) Opponent Made Missed Ashland 32, 38 -Clarion --Indiana 43!, 34 -! career long (43 yards) Millersville 32 19 (blk) East Stroudsburg 26, 21, 30, 41 42 Cheyney 36 -Shippensburg 43!^ -^surpassed single-season record (10) West Chester 40 -C.W. Post 41, 30, 33, 37, 27* -* single-game record (5) Kutztown 30, 19 52

BU Rushing Leaders Name 1. Jamar Brittingham 2. Irv Sigler 3. Irv Sigler 4. Franklyn Quiteh 5. Jamar Brittingham 6. Marques Glaze 7. Marques Glaze 8. Derrick Price 9. Mike Ceroli 10. Mike Morucci 11. Mike Johnson 12. Mike Ceroli

Yards 2,260 2,038 1,693* 1,638 1,435 1,354* 1,327* 1,279 1,269 1,221 1,060 1,034

Year 2005 1997 1996 2010 2007 2000 2001 2008 2004 1979 1995 2003

Climbing the Ranks In 2010, redshirt freshman Franklyn Quiteh has recorded the fourth best single-season rushing total in Bloomsburg history. The chart below shows the game-by-game rushing totals for Quiteh compared to those of the best seasons of Bloomsburg’s three all-time leading rushers.

*for years prior to 2002, playoff totals are excluded, as per NCAA policy

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182 250 0

218 218

278 198 500

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215

168

203 80

246

223

91

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257 246

Franklyn Quiteh - 2010 - 1,638 yds 134 122 109 161 194 Marques Glaze - 2000 - 1,640 yds 126 100 178 186* 100* Irv Sigler - 1997 - 2,038 yds 176 170 149 116 258 249 Jamar Brittingham - 2005 - 2,260 yds 211 138 191 192 200 235 200 50

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Bloomsburg University Football Game Notes Last Week #13 BLOOMSBURG 61 - #15 KUTZTOWN 35 November 6, 2010

BLOOMSBURG-Bloomsburg’s Franklyn Quiteh, ran for 194 yards and four touchdowns, as the Bloomsburg University Huskies defeated previously-unbeaten Kutztown University by a score of 61-35 to clinch the 2010 PSAC Eastern Division crown. Behind Quiteh, backup running back Codie Butler also had a stellar day. On the Huskies’ first drive, Butler broke out for a 62-yard run before being brought down on the one-yard line. Butler got to finish what he started and ran in the final yard on the next play, putting Bloomsburg up 7-0 just over a minute into the game. With the conference’s highest scoring average and top passer in quarterback Kevin Morton, Kutztown surprised no one in responding quickly. Morton capped off a nine-play, 72-yard drive with a one-yard keeper rush to even the score at 7-7. Bloomsburg took over and Quiteh got his first big run of the game, scoring from 25 yards away. A missed PAT left the Huskies ahead 13-7 with five minutes to play in the first. The Huskies forced a punt on the ensuing possession and began a march down the field from their own 13. Twelve plays later, Daniel Fisher completed a 30-yard field goal attempt, and Bloomsburg led 16-7. Soon thereafter, three-time PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week Mike Varanavage came up with his third interception of the year. Starting from the Kutztown 15, the Bloomsburg rushers had no trouble rushing the ball into the endzone, as Quiteh capped the short drive from four yards for a 23-7 advantage. Bloomsburg’s Oscar Rivera had another interception on Kutztown’s next drive, but Fisher was unable to get enough distance on a 52-yard downwind field goal attempt. A Golden Bears’ punt gave way to a five-play, 73-yard drive by BU that included Quiteh’s longest run of the day (58 yards) and a 10-yard Pat Carey touchdown toss to Ben Weaber, giving the Huskies a 30-7 lead at the break. The third quarter was a memorable one—a shootout dual that featured more scoring and exciting plays than a typical complete game. Kutztown came out of the intermission firing, as seven straight passing plays yielded a five-yard score from Morton to freshman receiver Josh Smith. Next, Bloomsburg responded with a 65-yard bomb from Carey to Cory Stiger. Kutztown answered with a 44-yard pass completion from Morton to Chris McCormick. BU slowed down the pace by taking 90 seconds off the clock on its next drive, which ended with Quiteh getting into the endzone for the third time from 13 yards. Kutztown converted on a pair of third-down conversions on the succeeding drive, and Morton connected with McCormick again from four yards. Halfway through the period, five touchdowns had been recorded, and the score had inflated to 44-28. Quiteh committed the Huskies’ only turnover of the game on the first play of the next drive. Looking to capitalize on field position, Morton went to the endzone on his first play but connected with Bloomsburg’s Vince Browning. BU’s Butler broke out for a game-high 63-yard run, this time avoiding being caught before getting across the goal line, putting his team up 51-28. Kutztown’s passing game was no match for the Husky defense, as Morton’s next throw was picked off by Browning again. Bloomsburg weaned nearly six minutes off the clock to end the third quarter, and early in the fourth, Fisher connected on his second goal of the day, extending his school-record to 19 on the season, this time (coincidentally) from 19 yards. Trailing by 26, but not ready to quit, Morton worked the ball 69-yards down the field and scored on a keeper from one yard to narrow the gap to 54-35. With two TD’s on the ground and three by air, Morton’s five-touchdown performance was noteworthy even for a defeated quarterback. Bloomsburg’s running game won the day on the next drive, stealing more than nine minutes off the scoreboard. Quiteh scored the final touchdown of the day from 15 yards, sealing the 61-35 win. Butler surpassed the 100-yard mark for the second time in his career, logging a personal-best 177 yards on the ground.

PSAC Championship: Bloomsburg at Mercyhurst

Bloomsburg Breakdown Record vs. PSAC East ...........................................7-0 vs. PSAC ....................................................9-0 vs. Non-PSAC ..........................................0-1 Home .........................................................5-0 Away...........................................................4-1 Scores <20 points ....................................0-0 Scores 20-29 points.................................2-1 Scores 30-39 points.................................1-0 Scores 40+ points ....................................6-0 Opponent scores <20 points .................5-0 Opponent scores 20-29 points .............3-1 Opponent scores 30-39 points .............1-0 Opponent scores 40+ points .................0-0 Leading at halftime .................................9-0 Trailing at halftime .................................0-1 Tied at halftime........................................0-0 Scoring first ..............................................6-1 Opponent scoring first ...........................3-0 Rushes 100-199 yards .............................2-1 Rushes 200-299 yards .............................2-0 Rushes 300+ yards...................................5-0 Opponent rushes <100 yards ................4-0 Opponent rushes 100-199 yards ..........5-1 Opponent rushes 200+ yards................0-0 Passes <100 yards ....................................1-0 Passes 100-199 yards ..............................6-1 Passes 200+ yards ....................................2-0 Opponent passes <100 yards ................1-0 Opponent passes 100-199 yards ..........4-0 Opponent passes 200+ yards ................4-1 Totals <300 yards.....................................0-1 Totals 300-399 yards ...............................5-0 Totals 400+ yards ....................................4-0 Opponent totals <200 yards ..................1-0 Opponent totals 200-299 yards ............6-0 Opponent totals 300-399 yards ............2-0 Opponent totals 400+ yards..................0-1 Commit <2 turnovers .............................6-0 Commit 2+ turnovers .............................3-1 Force <2 turnovers ..................................2-1 Force 2+ turnovers ..................................7-0 Leads in time of possession ...................6-1 Trails in time of possession ...................3-0

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REGIONAL RANKINGS: In this season’s second edition of NCAA Regional rankings, Bloomsburg was tabbed as the No. 2 team in Super Regional 1. Next week’s final NCAA Regional Rankings determine which six teams from each of four super regions advance to the Division II Championship tournament. The top two seeds in each region receive a first-round bye and are second-round hosts. The third- and fourth-seeded teams host in the first round. Regional rankings as of 11/8/10

SUPER REGIONAL ONE 1. Shepherd 2. Bloomsburg 3. Kutztown 4. Mercyhurst 5. California (Pa.) 6. Shaw 7. West Virginia Wesleyan 8. Concord 9. Saint Augustine’s 10. Winston-Salem State

Conf. Record WVIAC 9-0 PSAC 9-1 PSAC 9-1 PSAC 8-2 PSAC 9-1 CIAA 8-2 WVIAC 8-2 WVIAC 8-2 CIAA 8-2 CIAA 8-2

D2 Prev. 9-0 1 9-1 5 9-1 2 8-2 3 9-1 4 8-1 8 8-2 9 7-2 NR 8-2 7 6-2 10

dropped out: New Haven (NE-10)

HEAD COACH DANNY HALE Danny Hale, one of the winningest coaches in all of Division II, will begin his 18th season at the helm of the Huskies in 2010. Hale also spent five years as head coach at West Chester University. Prior to West Chester, Hale was an offensive line and defensive coordinator at Colgate from 1981 to 1983. Prior to Colgate, Hale was the offensive line coach at Bucknell from 1975-80 and was defensive coordinator/linebacker coach at Vermont in 1974. Hale is a graduate of West Chester, earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Health and Physical Education in 1968 and 1973. He was an all-conference pick at West Chester and earned the team’s most valuable player in the 1967 State Championship game, while also lettering three times for the track and field team. He is a member of the West Chester Football Hall of Fame and the Delaware County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.

BU Coaching Staff Danny Hale

Head Coach

Paul Darragh Asst. Head Coach/ Defensive Coord./Linebackers Bill Perkins Alf Melito

Hale by the Numbers

Tom Pajic Offensive Coordinator/ Recruiting Coord./QBs/Receivers Brian McBryan Offensive Line/ Assistant Offensive Coordinator

Defensive Line/ Strength & Conditioning

Ed T. Rush

Kickers

Defensive Line

Gump May

Offensive Assistant

Chet Henicle

Defensive Secondary

Maurice Daly

Assistant Linebackers

Dave Shemaria

Coach Danny Hale: “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to compete in this year’s title game. Mercyhurst’s stingy defense and ball-control offense will provide us with a real challenge.”

Tight Ends

1 AFCA National Coach of the Year Awards

2 Harlon Hill Finalists coached by Hale. Irv Sigler won the award in 1997. Jamar Brittingham was 3rd in 2005. 9 AFCA Regional Coach of the Year Awards

10 PSAC East Coach of the Year Awards 14 PSAC East shared or outright regularseason titles; 11 with Bloomsburg 153 Wins Bloomsburg; the most of any coach in school history 193 Career victories .753 Career win percentage

PSAC Championship: Bloomsburg at Mercyhurst

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Bloomsburg University Football Game Notes 2010 Bloomsburg Team and Individual Statistical Rankings PSAC Rank* 1 10 1 2

NCAA Rank** 5 117 21 11

Rushing Defense 96.00 Pass Efficiency Defense 96.00 Total Defense 272.30 Scoring Defense 16.60

3 1 3 3

18 4 20 14

Net Punting Punt Returns Kickoff Returns

32.59 6.40 23.06

7 8 2

65 111 21

+1.50 176.30 157.11 2.40 5.90 1.10

1 5 1 6 10 2

4 37 12 t-44 t-105 13

Rushing Offense Passing Offense Total Offense Scoring Offense

Turnover Margin Pass Defense Passing Efficiency Sacks Tackles for Loss Sacks Allowed

Average 278.10 159.80 437.90 38.90

Player Average Rushing Yards/Game Franklyn Quiteh 163.80 Codie Butler 71.00 Passing Efficiency Pat Carey 156.97 Total Offense Franklyn Quiteh 163.80 Pat Carey 151.30 Codie Butler 71.00 Receiving Yds/Game Kyle Fisher 44.75 Cory Stiger 40.50 Interceptions Mike Varanavage .33 Vince Browning .30 Punt Return Avg. Tyler Guise 6.52 Kickoff Return Avg. Wallace Jamison 22.28 Field Goals/Game Dan Fisher 1.90 Scoring/Game Franklyn Quiteh 11.00 Dan Fisher 7.80 All-Purpose Yds/Game Franklyn Quiteh 167.00 Sacks Clarence Robinson .50 John Pettine .45 Tackles/Game Michael Varanavage 8.33 Tackles for Loss/Game Michael Varanavage .94

PSAC Rank* 1 8 1 10 11 22 22 23 9 t-10 5 10 1 1 t-5 1 t-14 t-16 6 t-20

NCAA Rank** 1 t-68 14 96 t-80 69 86 t-1 4 t-37 8 t-87 t-63 -

statistics through Monday, November 8 individuals must have participated in at least 75% of team’s games (8 of 10)

*rank among all 16 PSAC teams **rank among 151 Division-II teams

2010 Bloomsburg Team Statistics SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE Average Per Game PASSING YARDAGE Average Per Game TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards Kick Return Average PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards Punt Return Average INT RETURNS: #-Yards

BLOOM 389 38.9 212 2,781 278.1 1,598 159.8 4,379 437.9 32-738 23.1 30-192 6.4 17-139

OPP 166 16.6 156 960 96.0 1,763 176.3 2,723 272.3 75-1,493 19.9 13-32 2.5 6-48

BLOOM OPP FUMBLES-LOST 19-7 24-11 PENALTIES-Yards 75-751 55-522 Average Per Game 75.1 52.2 PUNTS-Yards 34-1,160 56-2,050 Average Per Punt 34.1 36.6 4TH-DOWN Conversions 6-8 4-11 Percentage 75% 36% SACKS BY-Yards 24-139 11-59 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 48 20 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 19-24 8-11 RED-ZONE Scores 44-49 90% 23-30 77% RED-ZONE Touchdowns 30-49 61% 15-30 50% PAT-ATTEMPTS 42-46 91% 20-20 100% TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 32:30 27:30

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Huskies Game-by-Game Starters - Defense DE DT DT DE OLB MLB OLB CB CB Ashland Huot Zimmerman Givler Robinson Varanavage Pidgeon McFarland Browning O. Rivera Clarion Huot Zimmerman Givler Pettine Varanavage Pidgeon McFarland Browning O. Rivera Indiana Huot Zimmerman Givler Pettine Varanavage Pidgeon McFarland Browning O. Rivera Millersville Huot Zimmerman Givler Pettine Varanavage Pidgeon McFarland Browning O. Rivera E. Stroudsburg Huot Zimmerman Givler Pettine Varanavage Pidgeon McFarland Browning O. Rivera Cheyney Onorato Zimmerman Givler Pettine Feldman Pidgeon Clift Browning O. Rivera Shippensburg Huot Zimmerman Givler Pettine Varanavage Pidgeon Clift Browning O. Rivera West Chester Onorato Zimmerman Givler Pettine Varanavage Pidgeon McFarland Browning O. Rivera C.W. Post Huot Zimmerman Givler Pettine Varanavage Pidgeon McFarland Browning O. Rivera Kutztown Huot Zimmerman Givler Pettine Varanavage Pidgeon McFarland Browning O. Rivera Mercyhurst

S Landis Landis Landis Landis Landis Landis Landis Landis Landis Landis

S J. Rivera Oliver Oliver Oliver Oliver Oliver Oliver Oliver Oliver Oliver

RG Orlando Orlando Orlando Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker Walker

RT Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen

3rd downs 6-16 (38%) 7-12 (58%) 4-12 (33%) 7-14 (50%) 4-14 (29%) 6-11 (55%) 7-15 (47%) 9-14 (64%) 7-17 (41%) 5-12 (42%)

Time of Poss. 32:04 25:13 28:43 32:57 35:33 27:03 35:56 36:27 35:12 35:55

Tnovrs 2 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 2 1

62-137 (45%)

325:03

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3rd downs 5-15 (33%) 9-18 (50%) 5-16 (31%) 3-12 (25%) 4-15 (27%) 7-13 (54%) 0-12 (0%) 5-11 (45%) 9-17 (53%) 6-12 (50%)

Time of Poss. 27:56 34:47 31:17 27:03 24:27 32:57 24:04 23:33 24:48 24:05

Tnovrs 0 1 7 3 3 5 0 1 3 4

53-141 (38%)

274:57

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Huskies Game-by-Game Starters - OďŹ&#x20AC;ense Ashland Clarion Indiana Millersville East Stroudsburg Cheyney Shippensburg West Chester C.W. Post Kutztown Mercyhurst

QB Carey Carey Carey Carey Carey Carey Carey Carey Carey Carey

TB Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh Quiteh

FB Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox

WR Stiger Stiger Stiger Stiger Stiger Stiger Stiger Stiger Stiger Stiger

WR Marchioni Guise Guise Guise Guise Guise Guise Guise Guise Guise

TE Weaber Weaber Weaber Weaber Weaber Weaber Weaber Weaber Weaber Weaber

LT Kurtz Kurtz Kurtz Kurtz Kurtz Kurtz Kurtz Kurtz Kurtz Kurtz

LG Casey Casey Casey Casey Casey Casey Casey Casey Casey Casey

C Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck Steck

2010 Game-by-Game Statistics BLOOMSBURG

RUSHING Att. Yds TD at Ashland 45 135 1 vs Clarion 40 344 4 vs Indiana 41 154 2 at Millersville 56 364 4 vs East Stroudsburg 55 319 0 at Cheyney 48 236 4 at Shippensburg 48 188 1 vs West Chester 59 335 3 at C.W. Post 53 257 1 vs Kutztown 57 449 6 at Mercyhurst TOTAL 502 2,781 26 OPPONENTS Ashland Clarion Indiana Millersville East Stroudsburg Cheyney Shippensburg West Chester C.W. Post Kutztown Mercyhurst TOTAL

RUSHING Att. Yds TD 36 157 0 40 107 1 38 134 2 27 109 1 24 10 0 41 160 1 30 57 0 23 107 1 29 58 0 21 61 2 309

960

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PASSING Comp. Yds. TD 14 of 28 150 0 9 of 16 163 2 13 of 19 237 2 12 of 18 128 2 6 of 21 67 2 7 of 10 147 2 14 of 20 176 2 8 of 15 175 3 7 of 18 119 2 11 of 17 236 2 101 of 182 1,598 19 PASSING Comp. Yds. TD 16 of 26 248 2 21 of 37 246 0 12 of 32 128 0 13 of 26 126 0 20 of 35 209 1 6 of 18 116 1 9 of 21 36 0 13 of 30 143 2 22 of 46 209 2 19 of 43 302 3 151 of 314 1,763 11

OFFENSE Plays Yds. 1st downs 73 285 18 56 507 20 60 391 17 74 492 28 76 386 20 58 383 20 68 364 20 74 510 23 71 376 17 74 685 29 684 4,379

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OFFENSE Plays Yds. 1st downs 62 405 13 77 353 22 70 262 14 53 235 16 59 219 11 59 276 16 51 93 8 53 250 14 75 267 23 64 363 19 623 2,723

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Bloomsburg University Football Game Notes Bloomsburg Depth Chart (as of November 8, 2010)

LT LG C RG RT TE WR WR TB FB QB

DE DT DT DE OLB MLB OLB CB CB S S

K

70 72 74 67 60 79 75 62 73 59 88 87 26 80 6 86 28 20 37 30 9 5

Daryl Kurtz Anthony Cascio Pat Casey Spencer Randolph Chris Steck Austin Hormel Justin Walker Kenny Orlando Brandon Allen Matt Feiler Ben Weaber Mark Daniels Tyler Guise Kyle Fisher Cory Stiger Chris Tressler Franklyn Quiteh Codie Butler Matt Cox Andre Morales Pat Carey Mike Wagner

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

96 Dave Huot Sr. Clarence Robinson/Dave Onorato 78 Marcus Zimmerman Sr. 61 Chris Kennedy Rf. 98 Todd Givler Sr. 56 Shaun Moore So. 95 John Pettine Jr. 38 Ryan Olaf Jr. 11 Mike Varanavage Sr. 34 Ryan Feldman So. 51 Jarrett Pidgeon So. 31 Pat Michael Jr. 2 Thomas McFarland Sr. 33 Sean Clift So. 16 Vince Browning Jr. 24 Terrell Oglesby So. 17 Oscar Rivera Jr. 13 Mark Scattene So. 8 Alex Landis Sr. 27 Dan Haverstock So. 45 D. Solomon Oliver Sr. 23 Justin Rivera Jr.

90 97 P 85 97 LS/SS 93 88 H 85 47 PR/KR 26 7

Jared Shannon Dan Fisher Drew Snyder Dan Fisher Ian Murray Ben Weaber Drew Snyder Jeff Owsley Tyler Guise Ryan Dickerson

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

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

315 290 300 300 275 275 320 285 300 275 265 245 180 185 190 185 197 222 225 250 205 195

Played every game over last three years...First start was in Ashland in ‘08 2x All-ESPN Williamsport selection at LT...’06 All-easternFB 1st team 2009 First-team All-PSAC East at guard AP Virginia All-Group AAA first team ‘08 Heartland Ath. Conf. 1st team OL...Wrestled hvywt (285 lb) in HS Lancaster-Lebanon sec. 3 Offensive Lineman of the Year All-PSAC East at guard...Started 33 of 34 games in his first three years Previously a defensive guard...Played in all but 3 games over last 2 years Made four appearances in ‘08...History major Second-Team L-L Section 3 All-Star pick at OT after senior season Team captain...’09 Second-team All-PSAC selection...815 career rec. yds. Played 10 games in ‘09...Accounting major 922 career all-purpose yards...Played freshman year at KR and DB Scored first career TD against IUP in ‘10...Saw limited action in ‘09 Led the ‘09 Huskies with 467 receiving yards Played in every game of ‘08 and ‘09...Plays on BU baseball team (P/OF) 4x PSAC East Offensive Player of the Week in ‘10 Ran for 110 against WCU...1000+ rushing yards each of three years in HS Played all 11 games in 2009...Brothers play for KC Chiefs and Ga. Tech Transfer from Rutgers...Key contributor to special-teams packages Transfer from Lafayette...Second-team all-PA in high school Has played in 14 games as backup quarterback at BU

6-4

260

Has 21 tackles in 2010, including 4.5 for loss and 3.5 sacks

6-0 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-9 5-7 5-9 5-9 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-1

270 300 270 265 265 240 220 207 225 240 225 220 180 170 180 177 210 190 190 195

Started all 11 games in ‘09 with 11 tackles for loss and 39 total 1st team Philadelphia Catholic League at DE...Management major Team captain...58 career tackles, including 12.5 for loss, 5.5 sacks Made 9 appearances in ‘09 and 7 so far in 2010; 13 career tackles Two pass break-ups and back-to-back sacks against Kutz. in ‘09 Transitioned from linebacker to defensive end Team captain...Three-time PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week in ‘10 14 tackles and 1 forced fumble in 9 games played last season Defensive Player of the Week in ‘10...Played 10 games in ‘09 with 12 tackles 2 tackles against Cheyney in ‘10...3 tackles against Gannon in ‘08 Career-high 11 tackles against Ship in ‘09...170 career tackles Made 3 tackles against Millersville in ‘09, totaling 7 on the year PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week in ‘10...Six career INT’s Economics major...Rushed for 1,447 yards as HS senior First-team All-PSAC in 2009...148 career tackles Changed from receiver in high school...Exercise science major Team captain...129 career tackles...Father George is former BU coach Played all 11 games in 2009 as part of special teams unit 88 career tackles...Appeared in 11 games in ‘09 Two INT’s in ‘10...Played every game over last three seasons

5-10 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0

195 190 225 190 195 265 225 205 180 175

Returning starter...Averaged 62.2 yards per kickoff in ‘09 Backup punter...Elementary Education major Returning punter...Avg. 30+ yds/punt in both previous seasons (‘07 & ‘09) Backup kicker...Elementary Education major Played as linesman in high school Team captain...Also starting TE Also performed holding duties for kicks in 2009 Looks to see action at LB...Appeared in 12 games last season Averaged 24.5 yds/return on kickoffs in ‘08...Also starting WR Played 6 games in ‘08 as WR, catching 5 passes for 59 yds.

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Mercyhurst Quick Facts

(as of November 8, 2010)

Location ............................................................. Erie, Pa. President ...................................... Dr. Thomas Gamble Founded ................................................................... 1926 Enrollment ............................................................. 4,300 Athletics Affiliation ...................... NCAA Division II Conference ..................................... Pennsylvania State ............................................Athletic Conference (PSAC) School Colors ......................................Green and Blue Team Nickname .................................................. Lakers Stadium .........................................................Tullio Field Capacity .................................................................. 2,300 Surface .............................................................. FieldTurf Athletic Director .......................................Joe Kimball Sports Information Director ....................................... .....................................................Lauren Packer Webster SID Phone ................................................814-824-2525 SID Email ........................... lwebster@mercyhurst.edu Head Coach .........................................Marty Schaetzle Football Office Phone ..........................814-824-2244

60 75 65 51 7 76 70 57 72 52 88 25 14 4 22 31 40 26 19 1 18 84

Kevin Poropat Tyler Dawson Jim Maxwell Tony Ferraro Steve Reinhard Ben Gysin Matt Cirell Antonio Davis, Jr. Jeffrey Pollard Ben Woolston Ryan Bartizal R.J. Miller Travis Rearick Garrett Kens Gerald Anderson Dwayne Cunningham Jeff Groene Blake Morrison Terrence Coon Paris Brune Trevor Kennedy Matt Mohr

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

6-3 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-7 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-3

240 256 272 225 260 220 290 215 250 285 270 230 196 210 202 170 240 175 191 200 175 175

55 85 66 63 44 82 16 38 8 30 56 30 17 24 21 2 10 2 3 6 7 27

Fred Hale Andrew Bukta Alex Trouten Dustin Galich Dan Kruper Brad Weisenseel Bryan Boyce Pat Behm Tim Herbene Nick Jackson Kevin Williams Nick Jackson Ian Wild Mike Brown Julius McCormick Rodney Dal Bryant Kimball Rodney Dal Ryan Taylo L.J. Steven Brandon Harpe Linnell Robinson

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

6-2 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-7 5-7 5-7

241 230 251 248 232 220 220 190 226 220 196 220 194 200 163 180 172 180 182 175 150 156

97 93 97 10 94 15 17 79 19 18

Steven Wakefi eld Josh Harold Steven Wakefi eld Bryant Kimball Garrett Stolz Chad Tibbitts Ian Wild Corey Spegal Terrence Coon Trevor Kennedy

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

5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-0 5-11

165 170 165 172 180 235 194 240 191 175

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Mercyhurst Coaching Staff Marty Schaetzle

Head Coach

Eric Long

Assistant Coach Offensive Coordinator

John Thompson

Assistant Coach Defensive Coordinator

Tom Herman

Assistant Coach Offensive Line

Jeff Gutowski

Assistant Coach Linebackers

David Arnold

Assistant Coach Defensive Backs

Matt Gueguen

Graduate Assistant

Dave Hetrick

Graduate Assistant

Brad Chase

Assistant Coach

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Bloomsburg University Football Game Notes Bloomsburg Football Roster

No. 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 54 55 56 59 60 61 62 64 65 66

Name Glenn Hutton Thomas McFarland Wallace Jamison Mike Wagner Cory Stiger Ryan Dickerson Alex Landis Pat Carey Sellus Roulhac Mike Varanavage Mark Scattene Adam Diltz Vince Browning Oscar Rivera Mike Dalberto Kenny Domzalski Codie Butler JP Patrick Justin Rivera Terrell Oglesby Drew Siegfried Tyler Guise Dan Haverstock Franklyn Quiteh Andre Morales Pat Michael Mike Quintans Sean Clift Ryan Feldman Brody Myers Matt Cox Ryan Olaf Jordan Rinehart Dave Onorato Rickey Bailey Tony David D. Solomon Oliver Samuel Eck JeďŹ&#x20AC; Owsley Aaron Hacker Matt Wenrich Alex Buchert Jarrett Pidgeon Dylan Spangler Clarence Robinson Josh Chromiak Shaun Moore Matt Feiler Chris Steck Chris Kennedy Kenny Orlando Mike Schlauch Shawn Smith Marc Francola

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

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

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

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Wt. 185 225 177 195 190 175 210 205 180 220 177 190 180 180 185 195 222 185 195 170 186 180 190 197 250 240 210 220 207 230 225 240 250 240 210 232 190 190 205 210 230 285 225 220 225 240 265 275 275 300 285 235 260 242

Hometown/High School Sicklerville, N.J. / Paul VI Pottsville / Pottsville Hershey / Hershey Hershey / Hershey Williamsport / Loyalsock Twp. Harleysville / Souderton Pine Grove / Pine Grove Loyalsock / Loyalsock Twp. West Chester / West Chester East Philadelphia / Archbishop Ryan Bethlehem / Bethlehem Catholic Bloomsburg / Central Columbia Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Bethlehem / Liberty Berwick / Berwick Milford / Delaware Valley Womelsdorf / Conrad Weiser Somerset, N.J. / Franklin Bethlehem / Liberty Philadelphia / Northeast Catholic Glenside / Bishop McDevitt Mechanicsburg / Cumberland Valley York / West York Tobyhanna / Pocono Mountain West Bethlehem / Liberty Fairview / Fairview Media / Penncrest Philadelphia / Roman Catholic Aston / JP McCaskey Akron / Ephrata Lewisberry / Red Land Danville / Danville West York / West York Hummelstown / Bishop McDevitt Media / Penncrest Allentown / Salisburg Cheltenham / Cheltenham Jersey Shore / Jersey Shore Aston / Sun Valley Dover / Dover Selinsgrove / Selinsgrove Robesonia / Conrad Weiser Barnegat, N.J. / Southern Regional Waynesboro / Waynesboro Carlisle / Cedar Crest Wind Gap / Pen Argyl Landsdale / North Penn Strasburg / Lampeter-Strasburg Mt. Carmel / Mt. Carmel Radnor / Archbishop Carroll Womelsdorf / Conrad Weiser Zion Grove / Bloomsburg Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg

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No. 67 70 72 73 74 75 77 78 79 80 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 90 93 95 96 97 98

Name Spencer Randolph Daryl Kurtz Anthony Cascio Brandon Allen Pat Casey Justin Walker Brian Clarke Marcus Zimmerman Austin Hormel Kyle Fisher Matt Marchioni Ryan Stuart Kyle Jackson Drew Snyder Chris Tressler Mark Daniels Ben Weaber Jared Shannon Ian Murray John Pettine Dave Huot Daniel Fisher Todd Givler Nicholas Conquest Julian Huggins Mike Huth E.J. Josephs Tyler Knoblauch David McFadden Shawn Mitchell Jake Myers Cole Parkinson Mike Pecot Ryan Samuels Matt Sanderson Ameer Selden Leland Smith Gabe Snow Dylan Stair Cody Starck Eric Thomas

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

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

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

Wt. 300 315 290 300 300 320 305 270 275 185 200 210 200 225 185 245 265 195 195 265 260 190 270 275 190 210 290 185 220 225 205 170 175 205 260 219 173 230 232 247 177

Hometown/High School Colonial Heights, Va. / Thomas Dale Milton / Milton Montoursville / Montoursville Philadelphia / Frankford Matamoras / Delaware Valley Coatesville / Coatesville Hanover / Hanover Twp. Lititz / Manheim Central Jonestown / North Lebanon Denver / Cocalico Wilmington, Del. / Brandywine New Tripoli / Allentown Central Catholic Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Hanover / South Western Lewistown / Lewistown Sinking Spring / Wilson Lebanon / Cedar Crest Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg Lock Haven / Central Mountain Gilbertsville / Archbishop Bethlehem / Freedom Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Glenmoore / Downington West Haddonfield, N.J. / Haddonfield Philadelphia / North Catholic Pen Argyl / Pen Argyl Glen Mills / Bayard Rustin Voorhees, N.J. / Eastern Allentown / Allentown Central Catholic Nazareth / Nazareth Glenville / Southwestern Boyertown / St. Pius X Hershey / Hershey Avon Grove / Avon Grove Unionville / Unionville Philadelphia / Delaware Valley Charter Philadelphia / Imhotep Radnor / Radnor Phillipsburg, N.J. / Phillipsburg Dallas / Lake-Lehman Reading / Muhlenberg

Bloomsburg Pronounciation Guide Alex Buchert..............................BOO-kurt Tyler Guise........................................GUYZ David Huot .................................... HEW-it Matt Marchioni ....... marsh-ee-OWN-ee David Onorato ............... on-or-AWE-toh John Pettine .....................................PET-in Mike Quintans .........................QUIN-tins

Franklyn Quiteh ...................quee-ih-TAY Sellus Roulhac .............................ROO-lac Mark Scattene......................... scuh-TEEN Mike Schlauch ...... SHLOW (like ‘chow’) Cory Stiger ..................................... STY-gir Mike Varanavage........vair-ah-NAV-edge Ben Weaber................................. WEB-ber

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 46 48

Name Paris Bruner Rodney Dale Ryan Taylor Garrett Kensy Andrew Bailey L.J. Stevens Brandon Harper Tim Herbener Ozzie Lumpkin Bryant Kimball Anthony Vendemia Tyler Bills Alec Swartz Travis Rearick Chad Tibbitts Bryan Boyce Ian Wild Trevor Kennedy Terrence Coon Shawn Daniels Julius McCormick Gerald Anderson Matt Wenzel Mike Brown R.J. Miller Blake Morrison Linnell Robinson Stefan Madlock David Long Nick Jackson Dwayne Cunningham Airion Watkins-Clark Deonte Huggins Leon Gallop Garrett McEwen Ricky Matthews Michael Foster Pat Behm Ross Deglau Jeff Groene Vladmir Rock Danny Starks Luke Alberts Dan Kruper Tyler Aiken Pete Jackson

Yr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. R-So. So. Sr. Sr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-So. R-So. R-Fr. R-So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. R-So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Pos. WR DB SS QB RB DB CB LB WR DB QB QB QB QB QB/P LB DB WR WR WR CB RB DB DB TE FB CB WR DL LB DB DB DB FB LB RB DB LB LB FB DB DB DB DL DB RB

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

Wt. Hometown / Previous School 200 Warren, Ohio / Warren G. Harding 180 Bristol, Ind. / Elkhart Central 182 Girard / Cathedral Prep 210 Cheektowaga, N.Y. / Maryvale 178 Euclid, Ohio / Euclid 175 Youngstown, Ohio / Ursuline 150 Maple Heights, Ohio / Maple Heights 226 Chagrin Falls, Ohio / Chagrin Falls 170 Buffalo, N.Y. / St. Francis 172 Erie / McDowell 210 Murrysville / Franklin Regional 185 Pittsburgh / Shaler Area 210 Cincinnati, Ohio / Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 196 Elton / Forest Hills 235 Middleburg Heights, Ohio / New Park 220 Hubbard, Ohio / Hubbard 215 Pittsburgh / Baldwin 175 Akron, Ohio / Firestone 191 Jamaica, N.Y. / Holy Cross 197 Irvington, N.J. / Irvington 163 Columbus, Ohio / Dublin Scioto 202 Harrisburg / Northern 175 South Euclid, Ohio / Benedictine 200 Irwin / Penn-Trafford 230 Pittsburgh / North Hills 175 Kennedy, N.Y. / Randolph Central 156 New Castle / Union 190 Buffalo, N.Y. / Canisius 221 Seville, Ohio / Cloverleaf 220 Randolph, N.Y. / Edinboro 170 Rochester, N.Y. / Greece-Athena 175 Beachwood, Ohio / Beachwood 175 Bradenton, Fla. / Manatee 239 Chapel Oaks, Md. / Fairmont Heights 206 Bradford / Strongsville 210 New Castle / Shenango 180 Jacksonville, Fla. / First Coast 190 Chagrin Falls, Ohio / Kenston 200 Greensburg / Greensburg Central Catholic 240 Cincinnati, Ohio / Turpin 170 Coconut Creek, Fla. / North Broward Prep 185 Cleveland Heights, Ohio / Cleveland Heights 175 Pittsburgh / Mt. Lebanon 232 Gibsonia / Hampton 190 Greensburg / Greensburg Central Catholic 210 Fairview / Fairview

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No. 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 65 66 67 69 70 71 72 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 82 83 84 85 86 88 90 91 92 93 94 95 97 98 99

Name Josh Cobble Tony Ferraro Ben Woolston Nick Kurpakus Steve Yarbough Fred Hale Kevin Williams Antonio Davis, Jr. Terry Gettings Bobby Haraczy Kevin Poropat Alex Schneider Nicholas Bonacquisti Dustin Galich Jim Maxwell Alex Trouten Steve Reinhardt Curtis Hansford Matt Cirell James Perry Jeffrey Pollard Marllon Pires Tyler Dawson Ben Gysin Joe Coyne Donald Duane Williams II Corey Spegal Clyde Robinson Brad Weisenseel Ryan Matviko Matt Mohr Andrew Bukta Matt Molle’ Ryan Bartizal Serge Augustin Mitch Knapp Matt Hyland Josh Harold Garrett Stolz Anthony Arcell Steven Wakefield Robert Giambra Tymothy Takacs

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. R-So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. So. R-Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. R-So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. R-So. So.

Pos. LB OL DL DL LB DE LB OL LB LB OL OL OL DL OL DL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL DL WR DE WR WR DE WR TE DL TE TE K K/P DL K K TE

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

Wt. 210 225 285 255 185 241 196 215 195 200 240 270 275 248 272 251 260 220 290 330 250 245 256 220 265 250 240 182 220 220 175 230 180 270 223 215 210 170 180 260 165 148 210

PSAC Championship: Bloomsburg at Mercyhurst

Hometown / Previous School Solon, Ohio / Solon Pittsburgh / Shaler Area Rochester, N.Y. / Aquinas Institute Glenshaw / Shaler Area Beachwood, Ohio / Beachwood Mentor, Ohio / Mentor Valley Stream, N.Y. / Holy Cross Brandywine, Md. / Gwynn Park Rochester / Rochester Mars / Pittsburgh Central Catholic Mentor, Ohio / Mentor Painesville, Ohio / Riverside Orchard Park, N.Y. / Orchard Park Erie / McDowell Strongsville, Ohio / Strongsville Strongsville, Ohio / Holy Name Bradford / Bradford Defiance, Ohio / Tinora Kennerdell / Franklin Milford, Ohio / Milford Fairview / Fairview Miami, Fla. / Felix Varela Union City / Union City East Palestine, Ohio / East Palestine Avon Lake, Ohio / Avon Lake Solon, Ohio / Solon Bethel Park / Bethel Park Cincinnati, Ohio / Hughes Center Parma, Ohio / St. Edwards New Kensington / Kiski Area Cheektowaga, N.Y. / Maryvale Edinburg / Mohawk Chesterland, Ohio / West Geauga Amherst, Ohio / Amherst Steele Fairfax, Va. / W.T. Woodson Aurora, Ohio / Aurora Level Green / Penn Trafford Columbiana, Ohio / Columbiana Erie / Farivew Waldorf, Md. / Westlake Rochester, N.Y. / Greece Athena West Seneca, N.Y. / West Seneca East Woodlawn, N.Y. / St. Francis

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Bloomsburg University Football Game Notes

THE LAST TIME... 30 carries BU - Franklyn Quiteh (39) vs. ESU, 10/2/10 Opp. - B. Lombardy (30), California (PA), 9/8/07 40 carries BU - Irv Sigler (41) vs. Millersville, 10/18/97 Opp. - Not available 100+ yards rushing BU - Franklyn Quiteh (194) & Codie Butler (177) vs. Kutztown, 11/6/10 Quiteh (134) at C.W. Post, 10/30/10 Opp. - Ron Hunter (121), Cheyney, 10/17/09 200+ yards rushing BU - Franklyn Quiteh (246) vs. ESU, 10/2/10 Opp. - Gerald Thompson (243), Edinboro, 11/14/98

30 pass attempts BU - Dan Latorre (36) at West Chester, 10/31/09 Opp. - Kevin Morton (43), Kutztown, 11/6/10 Erik Anderwkavich (44), C.W. Post, 10/30/10 40 pass attempts BU - Eric Miller (43) vs. UC Davis, 12/2/00 Opp. - Kevin Morton (43), Kutztown, 11/6/10 Erik Anderwkavich (44), C.W. Post, 10/30/10 50 pass attempts BU - Jeff King (69) vs. Lock Haven, 9/19/92 Opp. - Damian Poalucci (52), ESU, 11/16/96 200+ yards passing BU - Pat Carey (236) vs. Kutztown, 11/6/10 Pat Carey (237) vs. IUP, 9/18/10 Opp. - Kevin Morton (302), Kutztown, 11/6/10 Erik Anderwkavich (44), C.W. Post, 10/30/10

300+ yards rushing BU - Jerry Marks (300) vs. Mansfield, 11/2/91 300+ yards passing Opp. - Not available BU - Dan Latorre (350) at West Chester, 10/31/09 3+ rushing TDs Opp. - Kevin Morton (302), Kutztown, BU - Franklyn Quiteh (4), vs. Kutztown, 11/6/10 11/6/10 Joe Wright (326), West Chester, 10/31/09 Quiteh (3) vs. West Chester, 10/23/10 Opp. - Dawon Harvey (3), Ashland, 8/30/08 400+ yards passing BU - Eric Miller (415) vs. New Haven, 9/4/99 50+ yard run Opp. - Kyle Spotts (463), Kutztown, 10/6/07 BU - Codie Butler (63, 62) & Franklyn Quiteh (58) vs. Kutztown, 11/6/10 3+ passing TDs BU - Pat Carey (3) vs. Kutzown, 11/6/10 Quiteh (67) at Millersville, 9/25/10 Opp. - D’Andre Webb (77), West Chester, Carey (3) vs. West Chester, 10/23/10 10/23/10 Opp. - Andrew Krewatch (3), ESU, 11/10/07 20 pass completions BU - Dan Latorre (21) vs. Edinboro, 9/15/07 Opp. - Erik Anderwkavich (22), C.W. Post, 10/30/10 30 pass completions BU - Jeff King (39) vs. Lock Haven, 9/19/92 Opp. - Jim Terwilliger (35), ESU, 11/4/06

50+ yard pass BU - Pat Carey to Cory Stiger (65) vs. Kutztown, 11/6/2010 Ben Weaber to Kyle Fisher (53), vs. West Chester, 10/23/10 Opp. - Matt Marshall to Joe Klebon (58), ESU, 10/2/10

PSAC Championship: Bloomsburg at Mercyhurst

10 receptions BU - Steve Burke (11) vs. ESU, 10/2/04 Opp. - Chris Harris (11), C.W. Post, 9/26/09 100+ yards receiving BU - Cory Stiger (122) at West Chester, 10/31/09 Opp. - Joe Horn (119), Ashland, 9/4/2010 200+ yards receiving BU - Ron Lelko (211) vs. ESU, 11/16/96 Opp. - Elfren Quiles (308), Kutztown, 10/6/07 3+ TD Receptions BU - Steve Burke (3) vs. ESU, 10/4/03 Opp. - Ed Giddings, Cheyney (3), 10/25/03 3+ interceptions BU - Deric Lynch (3) vs. Mansfield, 11/13/93 Opp. - Not available 3+ sacks BU - Justin Presley (3) vs. Ashland, 8/27/09 Opp. - O’Neil Anderson (3), New Haven, 9/4/99 Kickoff Return-TD BU - Jesse Cooper (91) at Millersville, 10/4/08 Opp. - Matt Kacanda (98), East Stroudsburg, 10/31/98 Punt Return-TD BU - Brandon Real (68) vs. Millersville, 10/3/09 Opp. - Anthony Capasso (3, blk.), Ashland, 9/4/2010 Interception Return-TD BU - Mike Varanavage (60), vs. IUP, 9/18/10 Opp. - Darren Smith (35), Grand Valley, 11/17/01 Fumble Return-TD BU - Drew Siegfried (32), Cheyney, 10/9/10 Opp. - Tarrell Lewis (33), Ashland, 8/30/08 40-yard field goal BU - Daniel Fisher (41), C.W. Post, 10/30/10 Opp. - Taylor Groff (41), ESU, 10/2/10

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Bloomsburg Football Game Notes - Mercyhurst