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2019 CUB FOOTBALL

#SETTHESTANDARD

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2019 7:00 PM • SMITH FIELD SENIOR NIGHT

OL Sam Dominguez ‘20

LOYOLA CUBS

VS.

CHAMINADE EAGLES

CUB CHAMPIONSHIP LEGACY CIF A A A A / DIV. I CHAMPS ‘62, ‘63, ‘75, ‘90, ‘03, ‘05 CIF A A A A / DIV. I FINALISTS ‘46, ‘64, ‘92, ‘95, ‘96, ‘00


Welcome to Cub Football WHAT IT TAKES TO BE NO. 1— YOU’VE GOT TO PAY THE PRICE Winning is not a sometime thing; it’s an all-the-time thing. You don’t win once in a while, you don’t do things right once in a while, you do them right all the time. Winning is a habit. Unfortunately, so is losing. It is and always has been an American zeal to be first in anything we do and to win and to win and to win. Every time a football player goes out to ply his trade, he’s got to play from the ground up—from the soles of his feet right up to his head. Every inch of him has to play. Some guys play with their heads. That’s O.K. You’ve got to be smart to be No. 1 in any business. But more important, you’ve got to play with your heart—with every fiber of your body. If you’re lucky enough to find a guy with a lot of head and a lot of heart, he’s never going to come off the field second. Running a football team is no different from running any other kind of organization—an army, a political party, a business. The principles are the same. The object is to win—to beat the other guy. Maybe that sounds hard or cruel. I don’t think it is. ILB Nikko Gonzalez ‘20

It’s a reality of life that men are competitive and the most competitive games draw the most competitive men. That’s why they’re there—to compete. They know the rules and the objectives when they get in the game. The objective is to win—fairly, squarely, decently, by the rules—but to win. And in truth, I‘ve never known a man worth his salt who in the long run, deep down in his heart, didn’t appreciate the grind, the discipline. There is something in good men that really yearns for, needs discipline and the harsh reality of headto-head combat. I don’t say these things because I believe in the ‘brute’ nature of man or that men must be brutalized to be combative. I believe in God, and I believe in human decency. But I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour—his greatest fulfillment to all he holds dear—is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle—victorious. Vince Lombardi Fordham University ’34

PRIDE OF THE CUBS National Champions: 1975

CIF AAAA / Div. I Runners-Up: 1946,

10 CIF AAAA / Div. I Players-of-the-Year

No. 2 in USA: 1963

1964, 1992, 1995, 1996, 2000

140 All-CIF / All-AFF AAAA /Div. I

No. 15 in USA: 2000

CIF AAAA / Div. I Semifinalists:

Football Players

CIF AAAA / Div. I Champs: 1962, 1963,

1950, 1977, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1997, 2002

46 Seasons in CIF AAAA / Div. I Playoffs

1975, 1990, 2003, 2005

38 League Championships

650 Victories

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LOYOL A HIGH SCHOOL OF LOS ANGELES


SCHEDULES VARSITY DATE

THE COAT OF ARMS The seal of Loyola High School represents the lineage of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, along with an “L” in the top right corner of the seal, representing the school itself. The seal first appeared on campus in the stainedglass door at the entrance to Ruppert Hall, dedicated in 1926. The seal combines the two family bearings brought together in the 1261 marriage of Beltrán Ibáñez de Oñaz, the lord of Loyola, and Marina Sánchez de Licona. The Loyola bearing, on the bottom right of the seal, depicts two wolves feeding from a cauldron, referencing a long-ago famine in the Basque highlands in which the Loyola family fed even the starving animals of the surrounding forests. The familial representations of the wolf (lobo) and cauldron (olla) developed into the name of Loyola (lobo y olla). The Oñaz bearing, the bars on the left of the seal, represent the heroic brothers of the Oñaz family, who distinguished themselves in battle.

Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday

8/30 9/6 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8

OPPONENT

SITE

TIME

St. Bernard St. Augustine Cathedral Valencia Vista Murrieta * Junipero Serra-Gardena * Alemany * Notre Dame-Sherman Oaks * Chaminade * Bishop Amat (CIF - 1st Round)

Smith Field St. Augustine Cathedral Valencia Smith Field Smith Field Smith Field Notre Dame Smith Field Bishop Amat TBA

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM TBA

11/15-11/24 CIF Playoffs

JUNIOR VARSITY DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

TIME

Thursday

8/29

Culver City

Smith Field

4:00 PM

Thursday

9/5

St. Augustine

St. Augustine

4:00 PM

Thursday

9/12

Cathedral

Smith Field

4:00 PM

Friday

9 /20

Valencia

Valencia

4:00 PM

Thursday

9/26

Vista Murrieta

Vista Murrietta

4:00 PM

Thursday

10/3

* Junipero Serra-Gardena

Serra

4:00 PM

Thursday

10/10

Alemany

Alemany

4:00 PM

Thursday

10/17

* Notre Dame-Sherman Oaks

Smith Field

4:00 PM

Thursday

10/24

* Chaminade

Chaminade

5:00 PM

Thursday

10/31

* Bishop Amat

Smith Field

4:00 PM

OPPONENT

SITE

TIME

FRESHMAN DATE

Thursday

8/29

Edison

Edison

3:15 PM

Saturday

9/7

St. Augustine

Smith Field

11:00 AM

Friday

9/13

Cathedral

Cathedral

4:00 PM

Thursday

9 /19

Valencia

Smith Field

4:00 PM

Thursday

9/26

Vista Murrieta

Smith Field

4:00 PM

Thursday

10/3

* Junipero Serra-Gardena

Smith Field

4:00 PM

Thursday

10/10

* Alemany

Smith Field

4:00 PM

Friday

10/18

* Notre Dame-Sherman Oaks

Notre Dame

4:00 PM

MISSION

Thursday

10/24

* Chaminade

Smith Field

4:00 PM

Loyola High School of Los Angeles,

Thursday

10/31

* Bishop Amat

Bishop Amat

4:00 PM

OPPONENT

SITE

TIME

Bishop Amat Burbank

Smith Field Smith Field

10:00 AM 10:00 AM

a Jesuit Catholic college preparatory school, inspires students to become men of faith, scholarship, service and leadership.

FRESHMAN RESERVE DATE

Saturday Saturday

9/14 10/19

* Indicates Mission League games.

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HISTORY OF LOYOL A

Loyola Institute of Excellence THE OLDEST CONTINUOUSLY RUN secondary educational institution in Los Angeles and all of Southern California, Loyola High School of Los Angeles is a Jesuit Catholic learning community with a mission to inspire its diverse student body to become men of faith, scholarship, service and leadership. In 1865, the year the Civil War drew to a close the Vincentians–not the Jesuits–founded a school for young men and located it in downtown Los Angeles in the Plaza. Three years later the school moved to 6th and Broadway. In 1887 it adapted to a growing Los Angeles and moved to a much improved facility at 8th and Grand. The modern laboratories and living quarters made the then St. Vincent’s College a rival of both Occidental and USC. In 1911, the educational venture at St. Vincent’s was handed over to the Jesuits and once more the enterprise moved to a new location in Highland Park just off the present-day Pasadena Freeway. Six years later, the Jesuit faculty and student body moved to Venice Boulevard, and in 1918, the institution was re-christened Loyola College and High School. In 1929, the college division moved to Westchester and The High School had arrived. Loyola is both Catholic and catholic—ever ancient, ever new. Loyola High School celebrated its 150th anniversary in the 2015-2016 school year. While the Jesuit college preparatory has adapted to technological and other advances in education

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“The Jesuit system of education aims at developing, side by side, the moral and intellectual faculties of the student, and sending forth to the world men of sound judgment, of acute and rounded intellect, of upright and manly conscience. And since men are not made better citizens by the mere accumulation of knowledge, without a guiding and controlling force, the faculties to be developed are the moral faculties. Moreover, morality is to be taught continuously; it must be the vital force animating the whole organic structure of education. It must be the atmosphere the student breathes; it must suffuse with its light all that he reads, illuminate all that is noble, expose what is base, and give to the true and their relative light and shade. In a word, the purpose of Jesuit teaching is to lay a solid substructure in the whole mind and character for any superstructure of science, professional and special; as well as for the upbuilding of moral, civil and religious life.”

since its founding in 1865, the principles which have guided Jesuit education for centuries continue. The excerpt above from the 1911–1912 Loyola catalogue is as relevant today as it was early in the 20th century.


There are currently 27 Loyola graduates on the rosters of collegiate football programs including such Football ACADEMIC PROGRAM Because Loyola is a college preparatory school, each student is given a rigorous schedule of college preparation. The curriculum consists of four years of English, three years of mathematics, three years of a laboratory science, four years of social science, three years of a language (French, Latin, Mandarin, Spanish), one year of fine arts and one year of PE/Health. Each student is also required to take a theology course for each of the eight semesters. Electives for seniors include: mathematics, foreign language, laboratory science, social sciences, fine arts and theology. The success of the academic program at Loyola is attested to by the fact that 99 percent of the graduates pursue higher education. Each year at least 96 percent of the school’s graduates attend four-year universities. Loyola students take more Advanced Placement tests than those at any other Catholic college preparatory in Southern California.

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES The aim of Loyola High School to produce an integrated Christian man extends beyond academic preparation. Loyola fields 12 varsity sports whose seasons span the entire academic school year. The athletic program features team competition in: football, cross country, water polo, soccer, basketball, swimming, baseball, track, golf, tennis, lacrosse and volleyball. In 2016–2017 the school won its second consecutive–and unprecedented ninth–CIF Southern Section Commissioner’s Cup (awarded annually to the most successful school in athletics, based on achievement in CIF Southern Section post-season competition). The nine Cups earned by Loyola are the most awarded to any school in the 567-member Southern Section. That is an extraordinary accomplishment for a school with such a rigorous college preparatory curriculum. There are currently 27 Loyola graduates on the rosters of collegiate football programs including such Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) schools as USC, UCLA, Washington, Cal, Army West Point, Syracuse and Baylor. Nineteen former Loyola football players compete for Football Bowl Subdivision programs. Loyola consistently sees a large number of its graduating athletes matriculate at the best academic institutions in the nation.

Bowl Subdivision (FBS) schools as USC, UCLA, Washington, Cal, Army West Point, Syracuse and Baylor. In addition, Loyola offers a wide range of co-curricular activities through 65 clubs and student organizations. Students at Loyola are encouraged to become involved in helping others less fortunate than themselves. The Community Service Program fosters a student’s personal growth by giving him a measure of responsibility in a service situation, and gives Loyola students the opportunity to serve the needs of their community.

ADMISSIONS Because Loyola’s standards are high, it is with great care that new students are chosen who share the philosophy of the school. The school looks for applicants who are motivated to do the work necessary for college preparation, who are willing to have new and varied experiences, and who will join the life at Loyola with enthusiasm. In short, Loyola seeks young men who are prepared to apply their minds, bodies and spirits to the achievement of Christian maturity. Loyola draws students from every area of the city and suburbs. Admission is by entrance examination and elementary/middle school recommendation and grades. Over 140 grammar and middle schools, public and private, are represented in the new freshman class of 2023. Loyola’s student body is distinguished by its social, economic and ethnic diversity. Loyola attempts more than the education of the academically gifted. Its emphasis on value centered education and its concern for each student as a person endowed with the capacity for growth on many levels—psychological, spiritual, physical, social and intellectual—aims at producing a functioning, self-directed Christian, aware of his intellectual uniqueness. From this awareness the Loyola student can better serve his neighbor and his God. For more information about Loyola and admissions, please visit the school’s website, loyolahs.edu.

COLLEGE MATRICULATION Graduates of Loyola enroll at the best universities and colleges in America, including Amherst, Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Middlebury College, Northwestern, Princeton, Stanford, Swarthmore College, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Vanderbuilt, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Chicago, University of Notre Dame, University of Pennsylvania, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the U.S. Naval Academy, USC and Yale. Loyola graduates also attend many of the nation’s top Jesuit colleges and universities, including Boston College, Fordham, Georgetown and Santa Clara, to name a few. CUB FOOTBALL

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CUB RECORDS AND HONORS

CIF-S.S. & STATE ALL-TIME RECORDS BOWL PLAYERS SHRINE ALL-STAR PLAYERS

Steve Grady ‘63, CA State and CIF AAAA Player of the Year.

Antoine Harris ‘96, CIF Div. 1 Defensive Player of the Year.

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LOYOLA CIF-S.S. AND STATE ALL-TIME RECORDS TEAM RECORDS-CIF Most Rushing Yardage–Game 597 vs. California.................................................... 1974 (2nd on All-Time list, No.1 Major Division) Longest Winning Streak 35 (1962-64) (3rd on All-Time list, No. 1 Major Division) Most All-Time Reported Wins 649 (7th on All-Time State list)

CALIFLORIDA BOWL PLAYERS PLAYER

POS.

YR.

TEAM

UNIV.

Keith Ornelas

OT

’01

Calif.

California

Matt Ware

DB

’01

Calif.

UCLA

Kevin Harbour

DE

’02

Calif.

UCLA

Chad Slapnicka

LB

’02

Calif.

Pennsylvania

ARMY ALL-AMERICAN BOWL PLAYERS PLAYER

POS.

YR.

TEAM

UNIV.

Quintin Daniels

DB

’03

West

Washington

Anthony Barr

TB

‘10

West

UCLA

Christian Rector

DL

’15

West

USC

David Long Jr.

DB

‘16

West

Michigan

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SHRINE ALL-STAR GAME PLAYERS Points Scored (Season) PLAYER POS. YR. TEAM UNIV. 217 Steve Grady......................................................1962 Paul Horgan RB ’62 So. UCLA Rushing Yardage (Season) Rich Deakers OG ’63 So. UCLA 2,317 Mike Bergdahl...............................................1963 Steve Grady RB ’63 So. USC Touchdown Runs (Season) Mike Curtis E ’64 So. USC 35 Steve Grady........................................................1962 Don Swartz OT ’64 So. Stanford Pass lnterceptions (Career) George Kunz OT ’65 So. Notre Dame 21 Art Alvarado.................................................. 1973-74 Mike Bergdahl RB ’65 So. UCLA Longest Return with Interception Ken Elie OT ’67 So. Santa Clara 105 yds. Bob McCarthy (vs. Santa Barbara)..................................................1950 Art Alvarado DB ’75 No. Notre Dame (1st on All-Time list) Richard Lopez OG ’75 No. Santa Clara Longest Punt Return Kevin Muno QB ’76 No. Notre Dame 102 Jack French (vs St. Agnes)................................. 1937 Rod Butler DL ’76 No. Colorado (1st on All-time list, Joe Murray OT ’78 No. USC 2nd on State All-Time list) Ben Baca DL ’78 No. Michigan St. State Rushing Leader (Season) Chris Pascale OG ’79 No. U. of San Diego 1962 Steve Grady............................................2,097 yds. Geoff Bland OT ’80 No. Stanford 1963 Mike Bergdahl........................................2,317 yds. David Fouts DL ’83 No. Arizona 1964 Mike Bergdahl........................................ 1,914 yds. Fred Sainz DB ’83 No. Air Force State Scoring Leader (Season) B. McCracken QB ’84 No. UCLA 1946 Al Pollard, 158 pts. (11 games) Greg Thornton DL ’84 No. Cornell 1962 Steve Grady, 217 pts. (12 games) Donald Evans DE ’85 No. San Diego St. 1964 Mike Bergdahl, 189 pts. (12 games) David Matter OT ’87 So. Pennsylvania State Most Carries (Season) Chris Rising LB ’87 So. Duke 387 Mike Bergdahl..................................................1964 Josh Price LB ’88 So. Washington 319 Steve Grady......................................................1962 317 Mike Bergdahl..................................................1963 Paul Stonehouse K/P ’89 So. Stanford State Highest Punting Average (Career) Justin Yarro OT ’90 So. BYU 42.0 Paul Stonehouse........................................ 1986-88 Matt Pentecost OT ’95 Ca. UCLA State Most TD’s (Season) Antoine Harris TE ’97 Ca. USC 45 Steve Grady (10 passing)....................................1962 Jordan Trott LB ’01 Ca. Virginia Tech State Most Carries (Career) KevinHarbour DL ’02 So. UCLA 704 Mike Bergdahl............................................ 1963-64 Ian Wilson DE ’04 Pvt. Dartmouth State Player-of-the-Year Octavio Dominguez C ‘05 Pvt. Chapman Univ. Al Pollard, RB..........................................................1946 Desmond Taylor DL ‘05 Pvt. Northwestern Steve Grady, RB.......................................................1962 Tim Walter DL ‘05 Pvt. Colorado State CIF Major Division Players-of-the-Year Ramon Estrada LB ‘06 Pvt. Santa Barbara CC Al Pollard, RB..........................................................1945 Taylor Joseph WR ‘06 Pvt. Columbia Al Pollard, RB..........................................................1946 Paul Horgan, RB...................................................... 1961 NOTE: From 1975 through 1985, Northern California players did Steve Grady, RB.......................................................1962 not participate in the annual North-South Shrine game. The game Don Swartz, OT.......................................................1963 returned to Southern California vs. Northern California format in Drew Casani, LB......................................................1990 * 1986 and again in 2002. The 1984 game was cancelled because Antoine Harris, DE...................................................1996 * the Rose Bowl turf was under repair. From 1995 through 2001, the format was changed to California All-Stars vs. Texas All-Stars. In Matt Ware, QB/DB..................................................2000 2004, the format was changed to Private vs. Public schools. Year Scott Deke, QB........................................................2003 ** refers to year of graduation. The 2007 game was cancelled. Henry Burge, QB.....................................................2005 ** Denotes Defensive Player-of-the-Year * Denotes Offensive Player-of-the-Year **

LOYOL A HIGH SCHOOL OF LOS ANGELES

NOTE: Requirements for Scholar Athlete consideration: minimum 3.2 GPA; All-CIF, All-City, or All-League; high extra curricular achievement; outstanding moral character and citizenship. Year refers to fall semester of senior year at Loyola.


CUB RECORDS AND HONORS

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION AND COLLEGE HALL OF FAME SCHOLAR ATHLETES

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION AND COLLEGE HALL OF FAME SCHOLAR ATHLETES PLAYER

POS.

YR.

UNIV.

PLAYER

POS.

YR.

UNIV.

Don Swartz

T

’63

Stanford

Ian Wilson

DE

‘03

Dartmouth

George Kunz

T

’64

Notre Dame

Matthew Appenfelder

WR

‘04

Pennsylvania

Phil Jebbia

B

’65

Santa Clara

Casey Frost

QB

‘04

Dartmouth

William Origel

T

’73

Dartmouth

Octavio Dominguez

C

‘04

Chapman U.

Frederick Brown

B

’74

USC

Thomas Weber

K

‘04

Arizona State

Peter Daily

DB

’75

Stanford

Reynolds Holmes

CB

‘05

Yale

Gordon Banks

B

’75

Stanford

Taylor Joseph

WR

‘05

Columbia

Matt Boensel

LB

’75

U.S. Naval Acad.

Marcus Lawrence

WR

‘05

Pennsylvania

Frank Brady

G

’75

Loyola U.

Adam Stout

FS

‘05

Princeton

Paul Turgeon

G

’76

Notre Dame

Vince Girardi

OL

‘06

Denver

Robert Woolway

LB

’76

Harvard

Chris Stanley

DB

‘06

Yale

Geoffrey Bland

T

’79

Stanford

Dylan Westhoff

LB

‘06

California

Joseph Jankosky

DB

’79

Stanford

Matthew Bertole

DL

‘07

Cal Poly SLO

Patrick Morrison

G

’80

Humboldt State U.

Michael Hernandez

OL

‘07

Notre Dame

Gifford Irvine

DB

‘81

UCLA

Dustin Rosenberg

WR

‘07

U. of San Diego

Fred Sainz

DB

’82

U.S. Air Force Acad.

Jonathan Rossi

DL

‘07

Harvard

California

Mauricio Alfonso

K

‘08

Chapman U.

DB

‘08

Brown

James Devers

ILB Marcus Aguilar ‘19 (UC Irvine)

’83

Brendan McCracken

QB

’83

UCLA

Reed Watne

Greg Heinen

T

’84

California

Justyn Williams

RB

‘08

Pennsylvania

John Fitzpatrick

DB

’84

Stanford

Nat Bellamy

DB

‘09

Colgate

Dan O’Neil

QB

’85

Santa Clara

Brendan Burton

OL

‘09

U. of San Diego

David Matter

T

’86

Pennsylvania

Bronson Green

LB

‘09

Dartmouth

Thomas Condon

G

’87

Brown

Jordan Hanson

DL

‘09

Nevada

Jimmy Klein

DB

’88

Stanford

Chai Reece

DB

‘09

Dartmouth

Stanford

Jared Baker

RB

‘10

Univ. of Arizona

DB

‘10

Pennsylvania

Paul Stonehouse

RB Hunter Ballard ‘19 (SMU)

DB

K/P

’88

Kyle Lewis

DE

’89

Santa Clara

Everett Hately

Matt Vanis

B

’91

UCLA

Lee Hightower

DB

‘10

Houston

Clelio Boccato

QB

’92

California

Jared Sanchez

OL

‘10

UC Berkeley

Robert Jungerhans

T

’92

Harvard

Eamon McOsker

DB

‘11

Notre Dame

Kwame Cain

LB

’93

Stanford

Nick Mortl

DL

‘11

Santa Clara

David Olson

DB

’93

Harvard

Tim Patricia

LB

‘11

Middlebury

Andrew Kim

LB

’94

Harvard

Matt Pentecost

T

’94

UCLA

Keenan Stevenson Conrad Ukropina

LB K

‘11 ‘11

North Carolina Stanford

Mike Giampaolo

K/P

’95

Harvard

Kodi Whitfield

DB

‘11

Stanford

Erik McGoldrick

DB

’95

UC Davis

Vernon Yancy

LB

‘11

Howard

Matt Stoll

RB

’95

UCSB

Kevin Mendoza

OL

‘12

Wisconsin

John Kadzielski

T

’96

Harvard

Coleman Shelton

OL

‘12

Washington

Adam Pilapil

WR

‘13

Wyoming

Mike MacGillivray

K/P

’96

USC

John Turner

DE

‘13

Washington

Sloane Joseph

LB

’97

Columbia

Jason Baker

DB

‘14

UCLA

Mike Long

DL

’97

Princeton

David Cooper

RB/DB

‘14

Cal Poly SLO

Wesley Willard

DB

’97

Army-West Point

Kelly Blake

DB

‘15

Stanford

Patrick Girardi

T

’98

Columbia

David Long Jr.

DB

‘15

Michigan

Jonathon Nese

DB

’98

UCLA

Kevin Quisumbing

OL

‘15

Tufts

Nathan Oakes

K

’00

U. of San Diego

Noah Utley

OL

‘15

Army-West Point

Josh Soria

LB

’00

Cal Poly SLO

Winston Anawalt

LB

‘16

UCLA

Jordan Trott

LB

’00

Virginia Tech

Sean O’Malley

QB

‘16

Lafayette

Joe Killefer

TE

’01

Dartmouth

Jack Fitzgerald

LB

‘17

Gonzaga

Chad Slapnicka

LB

’01

Pennsylvania

Alex Johnson

DB

‘17

UCLA

Jesus Cuellar

DB

‘02

USC

Jacob McBride

LB

‘17

So. Methodist

Michael Horgan

DE

‘02

Stanford

Tommy Vanis

LB

‘17

California

Joe Weber

C

‘02

Loyola Marymount

Marcus Aguilar

LB

’18

UC Irvine

Jim Abbott

DB

‘03

USC

David Anawalt

LB

‘18

Cal Poly Pomona

Scott Deke

QB

‘03

Virginia

Hunter Ballard

RB

‘18

So. Methodist

Chris Jauregui

G/E

‘03

Pennsylvania

Scott Kase

DL

‘18

Georgetown

YEAR INDICATES SENIOR FOOTBALL SEASON, NOT YEAR GRADUATED.

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CUBS IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL YEAR INDICATES SENIOR FOOTBALL SEASON, NOT YEAR GRADUATED. 1920s

Bill Hawkins Leslie Powers Vaughn Euge John Gocke Joe Sarver George Sargent Bob Chapman

USC Santa Clara Loyola U. Loyola U. California Loyola U. Notre Dame

1930s

Ray George* Bernie Matthews Bob Matthews Bill Blackman Francis Matthews Burch Donahue Dave Boland Tony Delellis Corky Donahue Jack Matthews Howard Callanan Pat Higgins Whitey Hannon Phil Dubosky Jack French Don Mcnell Louis Medel John Billich Tom Boland Frank Hagan George Hamilton Carl Sweeters Trude Spearman John Thom Vince O’Donnell Joe Mautz Bill Byrne Jim Athan Bob Hayes Dermott McCarthy

USC Stanford Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Santa Clara Loyola U. Stanford Santa Clara USC Santa Clara Loyola U. USC Loyola U. USC Loyola U. Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Loyola U. USF Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Loyola U. Col. Sch. Of Mines Loyola U. Loyola U.

1940s

Al Pollard* George Callanan Jim Callanan Mickey Adza Gordon Smith Chuck Valenti Tom Glass Don Klinkhammer George Murphy Bill Chambers Larry Batliner Chuck Kennedy Ed Houston Frank Bryant Gene Sweeters Jack McCaffrey Joe St. Geme Hector Rubio Bob Kilkelly Dick Nanry Butch Parker Fred Snyder Al Wurzell Carlos Alberni John Alberni Harold David John R. McCarthy John V. McCarthy Larry Reyes Robert Wade Jim McCafferty

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Loyola U./Army USC USC Santa Clara Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. USC Alabama/UCLA USC Loyola U. St. Mary’s St. Mary’s USF Loyola U. Stanford Loyola U. St. Mary’s Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U.

Curt Owens Pete Fitzpatrick Bob Wilkenson* Jack Burke Don Pooler Jack Stehley Phil Bolger Joe Prior Paul King Ed Cunningham Joe Babros Hugh Ward Wally Wollbrink Jack Adams Tom Chambers Bob Wagoner Dick Dunn Hugh Maguire Pat Ryan Greg Sheridan Angus Mceachen Ed Slattery

St. Mary’s Santa Clara UCLA Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. Loyola U. California Loyola U. California Santa Clara Loyola U. USC Loyola U. California Tulsa Loyola U. Navy Mer. Marine Acad.

1950s

Mike Phelan Ade Eitner Jim St. Geme Lew Stueck David Noyes Hugh Toomey Dwayne O’Conner Pat Newell Tom Matthews Harry Olivar “Dink” Lenihan Gary Pike Bill Slattery Bob Smith Tony Delellls Jim Brown John Gocke

California Santa Clara Washington State Washington State UCLA Washington State Marquette California USC Yale Marquette Stanford UCLA UCLA Stanford UCLA UCLA

1960

Byron Nelson Ron Flynn Juan Arrache Bob Ragland Tim Daley

UCLA Santa Clara Santa Clara UCLA UCLA

1961

Paul Horgan Steve Barry Walt Cunningham

UCLA USC California

1962

Rich Deakers Steve Grady* Mike Hannin Tim Hornbecker Mark Robinson

UCLA USC C.S. Northridge Colorado Stanford

1963

Don Swartz Mike Curtis Gary Keller Al Racius Al Ross Rich Vanis

Stanford USC UCLA CSUN UCLA UCLA

1964

George Kunz* Mike Bergdahl Greg Hugo Joe Prior Len Varne

Notre Dame UCLA California CSUN Loyola U.

1965

Steve Sweeters

Santa Clara

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1966

Bernie Clougherty Ken Elie Greg Hendren Tim Johnson

Santa Clara Santa Clara California Santa Clara

1968

Tom Swartz Steve Johnson

U. Nevada, Reno Loyola U.

1969

Doug Good Bob Fitzgerald Jim Hillier Dennis Slattery

USC

1971

Lou Marengo

Washington State

1973

Bill Origel

Dartmouth

1974

Richard Lopez Art Alvarado

Santa Clara Notre Dame

1975

Kevin Muno Gordon Banks* Rod Butler Kazell Pugh Melvin Sanders Hank Workman

Notre Dame Stanford Colorado Colorado Washington St. California

1976

Tony Gahee Bob McLean Paul Turgeon Bob Woolway

Santa Clara C.S.U Fullerton Notre Dame Harvard

1977

Ben Baca Andy Henderson Adrian Hernandez Jeff Kearin Joe Murray* Steve Shatynski Larry Wynn

Michigan State Cal. Poly Pomona Brown U. of San Diego USC Oregon State/Navy Cal. Poly Pomona

1978

Jerome Mcalpln

U. of San Diego

1979

Geoff Bland Nelson Lee Jim Miles

UCLA

1981

Mike Skinner Ed Jackson Andres Monsalve John Fouts Bob Smith Kirk Alexander Gifford Irvine

New Mexico CSUN Arizona Santa Clara/UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

1982

Guy Collins Craig Kaminski Fred Sainz Sean Summerfield Rob St. Geme Vic Winnek

Arizona Utah U.S. Air Force Acad. California UC Davis Linfield

1983

Kelton Alexander James Devers Byron Gibson Tim Gonzalez

Donald Evans Ronald Evans Tom Glascott

San Diego State San Diego State Santa Clara

Pat Doud Mark Estwick Tom Kelley Pat Muldoon Dan O’Neil Tim Stoutt

Santa Clara UCLA Santa Clara USC Santa Clara Santa Clara

David Matter George Paton** Chris Rising John Winnek

Pennsylvania UCLA Duke UCLA

1987

Tom Condon David Estwick Mike Gilhooly Chris Hentz Josh Price Paul Sellers

Brown UCLA UCLA UC Davis Washington U. of San Diego

1988

Mike Buckley Matt Butkus Sean Doyle Kieron Estrada Johann Fuller Scott Kelley Jimmy Klein Mike Solum Paul Stonehouse William Watson Paul Pernecky

Stanford USC UCLA La Verne Hampton Santa Clara Stanford USC Stanford Claremont UCLA

1989

Sean Coston Alonzo Grant Kyle Lewis Steve Rodriguez David Vida Justin Yarro

USC UC Davis Santa Clara California Cal Poly SLO BYU

1990

Stanford Santa Clara Stanford

1980

Earl Smith

1984

1986

Santa Clara

1972

Greg Hicks

UCLA UCLA Cornell CSUN

1985

USC Colorado State Colorado State San Diego State

1970

Joe Collins

Justin Malloy Brendan McCracken Greg Thornton Richard Brown

UCLA California Utah State UC Davis

David Buether Sean Cardenas Drew Casani** Marcus Daly Tim Hansen Mark Lenert Aaron Pingel Corby Smith Chris Walker

U. of San Diego California UC Davis/Ariz.St. UCLA Georgetown Redlands U. of San Diego USC/Iowa CSUN

1991

Chris Econn Darren Jenkins Francis Porter John Stonehouse

Duke San Diego State Harvard USC

1992

Clelio Boccato Dennis Clougherty Christian Gascou Albert Georgino Jerome Henry Robert Jungerhans Michael Ratkovic Eric Rogers Jeremy Thornton

California St. Mary’s Boston College St. Mary’s Iowa St./CSUN Harvard Occidental USC Wesleyan


CUBS IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL YEAR INDICATES SENIOR FOOTBALL SEASON, NOT YEAR GRADUATED.

Josh Thornton

Wesleyan

1993

Kadar Hamilton Miguel Medrano David Olson Todd Rosa Eric Scanlan Anthony Bobby Thomason

Stanford Columbia Harvard Pomona-Pitzer Duke Scotti SMU Columbia

1994

Danny Farmer* Jim Ghezzi Mark McDonald Matt Pentecost Phil Patmon Don Smith

UCLA Villanova/UCLA Arizona UCLA UC Davis California

1995

Mike Giampaolo Erik McGoldrick Steve Prejean Robert Quigley Glenn Rudy Mike Vanis John Williams

Harvard UC Davis Cal Poly SLO Georgetown Cal Poly SLO UCLA Cal Poly SLO

1996

Antoine Harris John Kadzielski Ray Kasper Andy Kirwan Brian Long Mike MacGillivray

USC Harvard USC Columbia Claremont USC

1997

William Barondess Sean Currin Steve Faulk Jeff Grau* Sloane Joseph Mike Long J.P. O’Hara Derrigan Sheedy Wesley Willard

Villanova California Pennsylvania UCLA Columbia Princeton Whittier College Arizona West Point

1998

Andrew Altman Nathan Archunde Patrick Girardi Greg Mundweil Chris Peterson Christian Rhodes Scott Tercero*

Pennsylvania Iona Columbia CSUN Tulane/Cal Poly SLO Fordham California

1999

Terry Bowman Eric McClenahan Patrick Morey Syga Thomas Taylor Williams

UCLA Azusa Pacific U.S. Naval Acad. Northwestern/ Columbia Cal Poly SLO

2000

Greg Kavulich Keith Ornelas Josh Quaye Jordan Trott Matthew Ware*

St. Mary’s/N.Ariz. California Fordham Virginia Tech UCLA

2001

Justin Duchaineau Kevin Harbour Joe Killefer Alex Koplin Chad Slapnicka

St. Mary’s UCLA Dartmouth Villanova Pennsylvania

2002

Quintin Daniels Adam Gonzalez Michael Horgan

Washington Iona Stanford

Andrew Morris Bo Renaud Matthew Rising

Iona Ariz. St./Occidental Duke

Christian Montanari Chai Reece Colin Tanigawa John Young

USC U.S. Naval Acad. Virginia California USC Pennsylvania Mid. Tenn. State U. Dartmouth

2010

2003

Jim Abbott Hunter Armour Scott Deke Mark Gray Matt Hillier Chris Jauregui Chris Johnson Ian Wilson 2004

Matt Appenfelder Trason Bragg Octavio Dominguez Casey Frost Dominic Gonzales George Hypolite Sebastian Ridley-Thomas Sinclair Ridley-Thomas Darrell Stewart Desmond Taylor Tim Walter Thomas Weber

Pennsylvania UCLA Chapman Univ. Dartmouth Chapman Univ. Colorado Morehouse College Morehouse College U. of Puget Sound Northwestern Colorado State Arizona State

2005

Michael Coleman Taani Fuahala Stephen Hargett Taylor Joseph Marcus Lawrence Russell Oka Chad Peppars Jonathan Summers Adam Stout Rudy Vidales

Pomona Pitzer Oregon State Maryland Columbia Pennsylvania Pomona Pitzer Oregon Dartmouth Princeton Redlands

2006

Alex Behm Chris Conte* Conor Hearn Davon Johnson Joe MacMillan Ryan Nelson Kelly O’Brien Chris Stanley

Villanova California Arizona Hampton Redlands Northern Arizona Fresno State Yale

2007

Matthew Bertole Michael Hernandez Chris Sheridan Stephen Shipman

Cal Poly SLO Notre Dame Cornell John Carroll U.

2008

Brett Ackerman Mauricio Alfonso Jordan Benton Lamar Curry Andrew Curtis Nick Llaca Robert Paton Jaleel Reed Hunter Simmons Reed Watne Justyn Williams

Oregon State Chapman Univ. Fort Lewis Lewis & Clark UCLA U. of Puget Sound UCLA Northwestern USC Brown Pennsylvania

2009

Nasir Abudu Librado Barocio Anthony Barr* Nat Bellamy Bronson Green Jordan Hanson Ned Kirby

Connecticut UCLA UCLA Colgate Dartmouth Nevada Montana

Jared Baker Lee Hightower Nick Nasse Jerry Neuheisel

Nevada Dartmouth Washington UCLA

Austin Chandler Cade Moffatt Sean O’Malley Ryan Parks Jack Webster

Arizona Boise State/ Houston Claremont UCLA

2017

2011

Chaz Anderson Travis Harvey Robert Jenkins Eamon McOsker Tim Patricia Conrad Ukropina Kodi Whitfield

Boise State Fresno State Army-West Point Notre Dame Middlebury Stanford Stanford

2012

Korey Bowles Wyatt Bradford Henry Castillo Justin Cruz Jordan Ferguson Patrick Finnegan Alex Ford Wesley Lua Grant Luna Jack Neuheisel Coleman Shelton* Cameron Walker

St. John’s U. (Mn) St. John’s U. (Mn) Middlebury Kenyon Brown Georgetown Princeton Occidental Middlebury SMU Washington California

2013

Chris Brown* Preston Clifford Keaton Darney Nico Evans Stefan Flintoft Joe Harding Payton Lowry-Sanders Reuben Peters Adam Pilapil Mekai Sheffie John Turner

USC Hamilton Syracuse Wyoming UCLA USC Fresno State USC Wyoming Cal Poly SLO Washington

2014

Jason Baker Joe Bolin Aaron Castillo David Cooper Kamden Darney Jack Dixon Troy Dixon Zach Fuchs Tyler Nichol Daniel Pedroarias Christian Rector

UCLA UCLA Rensselaer Poly. Inst. Cal Poly SLO Mississippi Col. of the Holy Cross Lafayette College Cal Poly SLO Catholic U. of America Santa Monica Coll. USC

2015

Myles Bryant David Long Jr. Kevin Quisumbing Tim Rogus Josiah Sheffie Daniel Tolbert David Tolbert Noah Utley Anthony Valdez

Washington Michigan Tufts Univ. of Chicago Occidental Univ. of San Diego Univ. of San Diego Army-West Point College of Idaho

2016

Winston Anawalt Sinjun Astani Connor Beadles

UCLA San Jose State UCLA

Deamil Aguilar Jac Casasante Collin Flintoft Alex Johnson Ty Mahar Jordan McMillan Dakota Smith Brayden Utley Tommy Vanis

Syracuse Claremont Lafayette UCLA USC Univ. of La Verne USC UCLA UCLA Colby College USC South Dakota Baylor California

2018

Hunter Ballard Nicholas Barr-Mira Patrick Larson Nathan Priestley

Southern Methodist UCLA Univ. of San Diego Georgia

* Played in National Football League ** Served as Executive in NFL

LOYOLA TEAM RECORDS

National Championships: 1 (1975) National Champion Runner-up: 1(1963) CIF S.S.AAAA/Div.l Championships: 6 (1962, 1963, 1975, 1990, 2003, 2005) State Team-of-the-Year (Cal-Hi Sports) 4 (1930, 1962, 1963, 1975) League Championships: 38 ( 1932, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1941, 1942, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1950, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004) ClF S.S. AAAA/Div.I Runners-up: 6 (1946, 1964, 1992, 1995, 1996, 2000) Most Consecutive CIF Semi-Final Appearances: 5 (1988-1992) Most Consecutive League Championships: 6 (1961-1966) Most Consecutive League Wins: 37 (1960-1966) Most Consecutive Wins: 35 (1962-1964) Most Points Scored–Season: 409 (1992-14 games) 397 (1975-13 games) Most Points Scored–Game: 62 (1924 vs. Pacific Military Academy) 61 (1975 vs. Salesian) Fewest Points Allowed—Season: 12 (1927 – Record 6-0-1) Most Victories–Season: 13 (1975) Most Shutouts vs. Opponents–Season: 7 (1963) Most Yards Gained Rushing–Game: 597 (1974 vs. California H.S.) Largest Recorded Attendance–Game: 23,632 (1963 vs. El Rancho, L.A. Memorial Coliseum, CIF Championship) Number of Seasons Without a Loss: 6 (1927, 1930, 1942, 1962, 1963, 1975) Number of Seasons Without a League Loss: 30 ( 1932, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1941, 1942, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1969, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000)

CUB FOOTBALL

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TONIGHT’S OPPONENT

CHAMINADE EAGLES

Chaminade features dangerous offense, has proved it can compete against top-tier teams.

A LOOK AT THE EAGLES West Hills Chaminade head coach Ed Croson must have headaches over his squad’s performances throughout the 2019 campaign. It has been a roller coaster ride. The Eagles suffered a close, opening game loss (13-7) to Westlake Village Oaks Christian, then were beaten by small school power Lancaster Paraclete, 34-14, in their second contest. After routing two subpar foes in games three and four, it looked like Chaminade had taken flight. But a trip up Highway 101 to Oxnard for its final non-league tilt ended in a 50-28 loss to Oxnard, the second-ranked team in Division V. Then seemingly out of nowhere, the Eagles soundly defeated injury-hampered Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 35-14, in their first Mission League battle in West Hills. Chaminade kept it close against league title favorite Bishop Amat before falling, 31-21. Last Friday, the Eagles lost in overtime to Bishop Alemany, 35-28. WR Gibson Plumb ‘20

S Blake Neithart ‘20

S Chad Bailey ‘20

DT Joseph Upperman ‘20

The Eagles have a potent offense which averages 180 yards per game passing and 160 yards rushing. Junior quarterback Jaylen Henderson (6-3, 195) is the lynchpin of Chaminade’s attack. A true dual threat signal caller, the talented athlete had completed 61 percent of his passes for 1,332 yards (13 yards per completion) and seven touchdowns going into last Friday’s showdown against Alemany. The other big time Chaminade playmaker is fast, powerful senior running back William Camacho (5-9, 185) who has a 9.4 per carry rushing average to go with 548 yards and 10 TDs. Henderson’s go-to wideout is junior speedster Jordan McIntyre (6-0, 175) who has hauled in 32 passes for 375 yards with an average of 11.7 yards per catch. Camacho is also a major receiving threat out of the backfield. He has 284 yards in receptions with an eye-popping 20 yards per catch average. The Eagles’ defense has not been quite as solid as its offense thus far, but has shown signs of improvement. Senior safety Isaac Gallegos (6-0, 180) is all over the field, leading Chaminade in tackles with 35 solos. Hard-hitting senior linebacker Bryce Mack (6-0, 205) is the second leading tackler on a squad that relinquishes an average of 24 points per game.

OUTLOOK Loyola’s defense has to find a way to slow down Henderson and keep Camacho’s big plays to a minimum. The Cubs will probably need to score 28 or more points to secure a victory. Both teams are fighting for coveted playoff berths.

THE SERIES The Eagles’ and Cubs’ first fray was in 2007. Loyola came away with a 17-7 victory. The Cubs won three out of the first four contests, but the Eagles have since won three straight. 10

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OLB Carter Link ‘20


BLUE PRINTS

LOYOLA’S BID FOR COME-FROM-BEHIND VICTORY AGAINST NOTRE DAME FALTERS THE LOS ANGELES TIMES COVERED THE CUBS’ game against Notre Dame in Sherman Oaks on Friday night as the week’s featured prep football contest. It has been quite a while since the Big Blue was the paper’s lead high school story. The article noted the program’s improvement, “Loyola (3-4, 1-1) showed it is making steady progress under first-year coach Drew Casani.” Indeed, that is clearly the case. Unfortunately for the Cubs, they still need to make progress in “finishing” games. Sophomore wide receiver JACOBY KELLY made a seemingly impossible one-handed catch which he took 33 yards for his second touchdown of the night with 8:59 left in the fourth quarter to pull Loyola within tantalizing striking distance of what could have been a signature victory for the Big Blue. Down 29-23, all the Cubs needed was a defensive stop to have a shot. Sure enough, they got it as Loyola linebacker STEVEN ARELLANO forced a Knight fumble near midfield on Notre Dame’s ensuing possession. With a little over seven minutes left, Loyola fans were abuzz as the Cubs began their potential gamewinning march. A perfectly executed screen pass from junior quarterback BRAYDEN ZERMENO to sophomore running back HARRISON ALLEN, who raced down the visitors’ sideline, appeared to set up Loyola with a first down inside Notre Dame’s 20-yard line, but a highly questionable, ineligible receiver downfield call nullified the play and put the Cubs in a third and long situation. Unfortunately, Loyola could not garner a first down. Suffice to say there were more than a few critical officials’ calls that favored the home team. On the Knights’ ensuing possession the Cubs were forced to use all three of their timeouts. Loyola’s ‘Wolfpack’ defense finally got a third down stop and Notre Dame punted with just under a minute left in the fourth quarter. Notre Dame intercepted a Cub pass with under 20 seconds left, extinguishing any hope for a miracle ending for Loyola. The Cubs opened the contest with an impressive drive which culminated in a DIEGO BURGOS 39-yard field goal at the 7:18 mark of the first quarter. It was the first of three Burgos field goals on the night. The Knights answered with a 75-yard drive, capped by a 15-yard TD run. A missed extra point kick made the score 6-3.  Notre Dame blocked a Loyola punt on the Cubs’ next offensive possession and returned it to the Loyola five-yard line. A fiveyard touchdown run put the Knights up 13-3 with 1:42 left in the first quarter. The Cubs answered with a 32-yard Burgos field goal less than two minutes into the second quarter to make the score 13-6 in favor of Notre Dame.

Loyola offensive line fires off.

The Knights converted a 22-yard field goal with 6:55 left before halftime to increase their lead to 16-3. Loyola senior fullback RYAN QUINTANAR rumbled for a first down on a fake punt play on the Big Blue’s next possession, and Kelly made a spectacular touchdown catch of a 31-yard pass with 4:08 left before halftime to close the gap to 16-13.  Notre Dame scored with just 1:20 left before intermission on a one-yard run. On the previous play, the Knights clearly fumbled, and the Cubs recovered on the one-yard line, but the officials, who called two personal foul penalties against the Big Blue on the the 43-yard drive, ruled that the runner was down. That missed call and the punt block played huge roles in Loyola’s loss. The Cubs ran a hurry-up offense on their ensuing possession which began on their 33- yard line. With 4.6 seconds left on the clock, Burgos drilled a 46-yard kick through the uprights to make the halftime score, 23-16, in favor of Notre Dame. The Knights kicked a 30-yard field goal on the first possession of the second half to increase their lead to 26-16 at the 7:18 mark of the third quarter. Notre Dame converted a 40-yard field goal, their third of the game, with 12.8 seconds left in the third quarter to increase its lead to 29-16. The Knights’ quarterback caused major headaches for Loyola all night. He broke numerous tackles while under duress on scrambles that led to big gains. The sophomore signal caller threw for 165 yards, completing 13 of 16 passes and rushed for 45 yards and a touchdown. Zermeno finished the game with 200 passing yards, completing 20 of 30 throws.

WHAT NOW FOR LOYOLA It looks like Loyola will need to win at least one of its final two games against underrated Chaminade and league leader Bishop Amat to be eligible for a playoff berth. The Cubs are a much better team than when they started the season. Now all they need to do is “finish”. CUB FOOTBALL

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VISITOR’S ROSTER

CHAMINADE EAGLES Varsity Numerical Roster No.

Name

Position

Height

Weight

Year

No.

Name

Position

Height

Weight

Year

1

Jordan Mcintyre

WR, FS

6-0

175

Jr.

34

Caden Faillace

LB

6-2

215

Jr.

2

Blake Sullivan

RB, SB, S

6-0

175

Sr.

37

Peter Oney

LS, LB

5-10

175

So.

3

Tommy Sykes

FS

5-10

170

Sr.

39

Tyler Suttles

CB

6-3

155

Jr.

4

Daluan Bright

DB, WR

6-0

165

Sr.

5

Jesse Vazquez

LB

200

Sr.

40

Chase Meyer

K, P

5-10

165

So.

5-9

6

Isaac Gallegos

FS, SS

6-1

180

Sr.

41

Jack Stonehouse

K

6-0

175

Jr.

7

William Camacho

RB, WR, FS

6-5

185

Sr.

42

Charlie Lyons

LB

6-1

175

Jr.

8

Jeremy Zuniga

CB, WR

6-1

180

Sr.

43

Gabriel Hernandez

LB, FB

5-10

210

Sr.

9

Tyrus Nairn

WR

6-0

190

Sr.

44

Obed Ortiz

MLB

6-3

195

Sr.

10

Nick Olague

OLB, MLB

6-1

205

Sr.

45

Dylan Quach

DL

6-4

190

Jr.

11

Bryce Mack

LB

6-3

205

Sr.

47

Robert Cosby

LB

6-1

183

Jr.

Talib Williams-Smith

DE, TE

Sr.

Jake Strader

OL

225

Jr.

6-0

215

50

6-1

12

50

Victor Crawshaw

OLB

6-1

190

So.

13

Jaylen Henderson

QB

6-2

195

Jr.

52

John Crawshaw

MLB

5-10

205

So.

14

Aaron Glick

WR

5-9

165

Jr.

53

Dylan DiMarzo

OL

6-1

265

So.

15

Nick Stone

TE, OLB

6-0

215

Sr.

54

Ryan Miller

OC

5-10

175

So.

16

Mason Roberts

DB

6-1

160

Jr.

56

Cade Brady

G, DT

6-6

230

Jr.

17

Joshua Portal

WR

5-9

175

So.

57

Micheal Villagomez

OL

5-11

190

Fr.

18

Brayden Hagle

QB

5-10

185

Fr.

58

Zach Eagle

T, G

6-4

245

So.

19

Paul Holyfield jr.

WR

5-9

155

So.

60

Peter Simplicio

OL

6-7

240

Jr.

64

Cj Miller

DE, TE

6-4

220

Sr.

20

Frankie Washington

RB, CB

6-1

165

Jr.

68

Brian Oney

T, DT

6-2

270

Sr.

21

Duhron Goodman

DB, WR

5-7

170

So.

71

Jordan Ortiz

T, G

5-11

280

Jr.

22

Leeroy Freelon

DB

6-2

170

Jr.

74

Sei-Jah Langi

OL

6-2

280

Fr.

23

Noah Elliott

RB, FS

5-10

160

Fr.

75

Eric Mavian

G, NG

6-1

230

Jr.

24

Xavion Perkins

DB

5-8

175

Jr.

76

Adam Sotelo

OL

5-7

270

Fr.

25

Luis Hernandez

RB, LB

5-8

185

So.

77

Jp Reilly

G, DT

6-2

275

Sr.

27

Ian Duarte

WR

6-1

165

Fr.

80

Matteo Reilly

CB

6-2

155

So.

28

Caleb Gardner

RB

5-6

165

So.

81

Josh Mailander

WR

5-8

175

Fr.

84

Lucas Reynoso

WR

2-Jun

170

Fr.

29

True Bonewitz

DE, TE

6-1

185

So.

85

Diego Hernandez

WR

8-May

165

Jr.

30

Lucas Perez

WR

5-9

155

So.

Gianluca Magnanimo

32

Daniel Lyons

LB

6-2

205

Fr.

Luke Baklenko

33

Destin Whitaker

RB

5-11

170

Jr.

Nick Batah

Head Coach: Ed Croson

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So.

CB


LOYO L A VA R SI T Y ROS T ER

LOYOLA CUBS Varsity Numerical Roster No.

Name

Position

Height

Weight

Year

No.

Name

Position

Height

Weight

Year

1

Joe Tatum

QB

5'10"

155

SO

43

Connor McDowell

SS,LS

5'10"

170

JR

2

Ceyair Wright

CB,WR

6'0"

170

JR

44

Nikko Gonzalez

MLB,TE

6'1"

210

SR

3

Thomas Hatton

WR,QB

5'11"

180

SR

45

Miles Bearden

RB,DT

5'11"

200

SR

4

Carter Link

OLB,RB

6'1"

210

SR

46

Joseph Upperman

DT,G

5'10"

180

SR

5

Blake Neithart

SS,WR

5'9"

175

SR

47

Emmet Hurley

FB, MLB

5'10"

200

JR

6

Zakhari Spears

CB,WR

6'3"

185

JR

48

Finnegan Powell

OLB,TE

6'2"

180

JR

8

Brendan Pernecky

TE,DE

6'4"

225

SR

50

Mariano Uy

DT,G

5’9”

215

SR

9

Cameron Bendetti

WR,FS

6'0"

175

SR

51

Ali Abdus-Shakoor

DE,G

6'0"

210

SR

10

Finn O'Rourke

FS,WR

5'10"

170

SR

52

Barret Kelly

G,DT

6'1"

210

SR

12

Brayden Zermeno

QB

6'4"

218

JR

53

Henry Wilson

G,G,DT

6'0"

200

JR

13

Gibson Plumb

WR,SS

6'0"

180

SR

54

Andres Perez

T,DT

6'3"

205

JR

15

Peter Vanis

WR,FS

5'9"

175

SO

56

Tavo Casado

DT,G

5'9

205

JR

19

Tom Smythe

FS,WR

6'0"

175

SR

58

Nicholas Anderson

C,DT

6'1"

265

SR

20

Tahj Owens

CB,RB

5'10"

165

SO

59

Theodore Bradstreet

G,DT

5'11

190

SR

21

Chad Bailey

SS,FS

5'11"

185

SR

60

Andrew Kozhaya

DT,G

5'10"

205

JR

22

Ryan Quintanar

MLB,FB

5'11"

185

SR

62

Davis Anderson

G,DT

6'3"

240

SR

23

Michael Sampson

CB

5'10"

180

SR

24

Drake Cronthall

CB,WR

6'0"

175

SR

69

Hunter Samuelson

T,DT

6'5"

255

SR

25

Steven Arellano

MLB,RB

5'11"

210

SR

70

Ciaran O'Lionain

G,DT

5'11"

240

JR

26

Calvin Laughlin

OLB

5'10"

185

SR

71

Stefan Schroeder

G,DT

6'2"

180

JR

27

Dominick Belisle

OLB,TE

6'1"

185

SR

72

Damian Ayala

T,DT

6'1"

260

JR

28

Evan Gregory Thomas

CB,WR

5'11"

160

SR

73

Samuel Dominguez

T,DT

6'3"

255

SR

29

Connor Jackson

WR,CB

5'11"

170

SR

74

Sam Yoon

T,DT

6'3"

215

SO

30

Diego Burgos

P,K

6'0"

200

SR

77

Joshua Morales

DT,C

6'1"

210

JR

31

Justin Rojas

CB,WR

5'9"

165

JR

79

Shane Stroyke

T,DT

6’4”

300

SR

32

Harrison Allen

RB,CB

5'9"

165

SO

81

Jacoby Kelly

WR,SS

6’1”

182

SO

33

Andrew Scarsi

RB,OLB

5'10"

185

JR

82

Wyatt Freeark

WR,FS

6’3”

185

SR

34

Joshua Long

DE,TE

6'4"

205

JR

83

Anthony Clark

CB,WR

5’9”

165

JR

35

Carter Esparza

OLB,RB

5'10"

180

JR

84

Michael Jones

WR,FS

6’0”

165

SR

37

Ben Bolte

P,K

5'11

180

SR

85

Joseph Taylor

TE,OLB

6’2”

180

SO

38

Hayden Eaves

P,K

6'1

175

SR

86

Jeffrey Johnson

TE,OLB

6’4”

185

JR

39

Patrick Sodl

MLB,FB

5'11"

180

SO

87

Duke Fluent

SS,WR

5'10"

170

SR

41

Nicholas Casasante

LS

6'0"

180

SR

88

Henri Eichler

WR,CB

6'0"

165

JR

42

Jalen Priestley

RB,OLB

5'11"

180

JR

90

Aidan Lee

G,DT

5'11"

200

JR

Head Coach: Drew Casani ’91 Team Chaplain: Rev. Gregory M. Goethals, SJ ’73 Team Physicians: Phillip Bland, M.D. ’76 Greg Heinen, M.D. ’85 Athletic Director: Chris O’Donnell ’88

Head Athletic Trainer: Tim Moscicki, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainers: Joe Cardenas, ATC Adrianna Medina, ATC Administrative Assistant: Cindy Cassutt

Apparel/Equipment Manager: Jorge Torres ’99 Team Photographer: Rev. John Quinn, SJ Team Videographer: Rob Lindner ’81 Team Communications/Media: Jason Cruz ’12 CUB FOOTBALL 13


OPEN HOUSE

Loyola High School

OPEN HOUSE 10.27.19

Meet teachers, administrators and current students. Explore the campus and learn about academic, athletic and co-curricular programs as well as financial aid. Join us on Sunday, October 27 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. and see just why Loyola has been educating the leaders of Los Angeles for 154 years.

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COAC H I N G S TA F F VARSITY STAFF AND ASSIGNMENTS

FRESHMAN STAFF AND ASSIGNMENTS

Drew Casani ’91. . . . . . . . . Head Coach, Inside Linebackers

Levi Line. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach

Mike Gilhooly ’88. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Coordinator, Outside Linebackers

Jerod Adams ’15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach

Matthew Hatchette . . . . . . . . . . . . Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Joe Vivo ’96. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Running Backs, Special Teams Coordinator Christian Gascou ’93. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Line Elic Mahone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Line Gabe Marks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wide Receivers Joe Murray ’78. . . . . . . . . . . Offensive and Defensive Lines

Troy Dixon ’15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach Ric Flores . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach James Hanold ’04. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach Gifford Irvine ’82 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach Daniel Pedroarias ’15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach Jonathan Uyeda. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach Angelo Williams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach

Rick Pedroarias ’84. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Offensive Line Jerry Phillips. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Backs Jorge Torres ’99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tight Ends, Kickers, Equipment Coordinator Tim Moscicki, ATC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Athletic Trainer, Director of Student Health, Concussion Program Coordinator Andre Woodert, CSCS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Jared Cruz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Strength Coach Randy Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Strength Coach

SUPPORT STAFF Rev. Gregory M. Goethals, SJ ’73 . . . . . . . . Team Chaplain, President of Loyola High School Frank Kozakowski. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Principal Chris O’Donnell ’88. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Director Cindy Cassutt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Administrative Assistant Joe Cardenas, ATC . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Athletic Trainer Adrianna Medina, ATC. . . . . . . . . Assistant Athletic Trainer

JUNIOR VARSITY STAFF AND ASSIGNMENTS

Phillip Bland, M.D. ’76. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Team Physician

Patrick Linton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach

Greg Heinen, M.D. ’85. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Team Physician

Eddie Ficklin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach Anthony Holly ’87. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach

Rev. John Quinn, SJ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Photographer

Joe Murray ’78. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach

Rob Lindner ’81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Videographer

Fred Sainz ’83. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach

Jason Cruz ’12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Communications

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CUBS IN COLLEGE AND PRO FOOTBALL CURRENTLY PLAYING COLLEGE FOOTBALL LAST SEASON AT LOYOLA

NAME (alpha by year)

COLLEGE

POSITION

2014

Christian Rector

USC

DE

2015

Myles Bryant

Washington

NB

2015

Teddy Gallagher

Coastal Carolina

LB

2015

Kevin Quisumbing

Tufts

DL

2015

Tim Rogus

Univ. of Chicago

OL

2015

Josiah Sheffie

Occidental

WR

2015

Daniel Tolbert

Univ. of San Diego

S

2015

David Tolbert

Univ. of San Diego

CB

2015

Noah Utley

U.S. Military Academy

OT

2016

Sinjun Astani

San Jose State

DL

2016

Austin Chandler

Syracuse

OL

2016

Cade Mofatt

Claremont

DB

2016

Sean O’Malley

Lafayette

QB

2016

Jack Webster

USC

WR

2017

Deamil Aguilar

Univ. of La Verne

DB

2017

Jac Casasante

USC

LS

2017

Collin Flintoft

UCLA

PK

2017

Alex Johnson

UCLA

DB

2017

Ty Mahar

Colby College

OL

2017

Jordan McMillan

USC

LB

2017

Dakota Smith

South Dakota

LB

2017

Brayden Utley

Baylor

OL

2017

Tommy Vanis

California

ILB

2018

Hunter Ballard

Southern Methodist

RB

2018

Nicholas Barr-Mira

UCLA

K

2018

Patrick Larson

Univ. of San Diego

WR

2018

Nathan Priestley

Georgia

QB

TEDDY GALLAGHER ’16 COASTAL CAROLINA

Credit: Coastal Carolina Athletics • Junior Starting Linebacker • 2019 Leading Tackler with 65 total (33 solo stops, 32 assists) through six games for the Chanticleers • 2019 Coastal team-leading 10 tackles with 9 solo stops in historic first-ever Chants victory over a Power 5 conference school in 12-7 win at Kansas on Sept. 7. Teddy made back-to-back late 4th Quarter solo stops on 3rd and 4th downs during final Kansas drive. • 2018 Played in all 12 games with four starts • 2018 Compiled 53 tackles with 35 solo stops • 2018 BAM Defensive Player of the Week versus Georgia State (8 solo tackles) and Appalachian State (14 tackles/10 solo) • Fall 2018 President’s List scholar athlete with 4.0 GPA • Spring 2018 Dean’s List scholar athlete • 2017 1st Team Region IV All-California by the California Community College Football Coaches Association and 1st Team American Division All-Metro League Linebacker for Glendale Community College • Loyola Football two-year varsity letterman with 60 tackles during senior season

COLEMAN SHELTON ’13 LOS ANGELES RAMS

Credit: Los Angeles Rams

CURRENTLY PLAYING IN THE NFL LAST SEASON AT LOYOLA

NAME (alpha by year)

COLLEGE

POSITION

2006

Chris Conte

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

FS

2009

Anthony Barr

Minnesota Vikings

OLB

2012

Coleman Shelton

Los Angeles Rams

C

2013

Chris Brown

Los Angeles Chargers

OL

2015

David Long Jr.

Los Angeles Rams

DB

• 2019 Signed to Los Angeles Rams Active Roster as backup center • 2019 Arizona Cardinals free agent signee on preseason roster • 2018 Tennessee Titans practice squad player • 2018 Free Agent Signee with the San Francisco 49ers • University of Washington Four-Year Starting Scholarship Offensive Lineman • 2017 All-Pac-12 first team center • 2017 UW Academic Achievement Award • 2017 and 2016 Academic All-Pac-12 • 2017 and 2015 John P. Angel Lineman of the Year for the Huskies • 2017 and 2016 Starting Center • 2016 All-Pac-12 Second Team Center • 2015 Played Left Tackle, Left Guard and Right Guard • 2017 Outland and Rimington Trophy watch lists • 2016 Rimington Trophy watch list • 2016 BCS Peach Bowl • 2015 Heart of Dallas Bowl • 2012 and 2011 All-Serra League OL • 2012 National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete • Rams Teammate of Loyola Alum David Long Jr. ‘16 CUB FOOTBALL 19


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