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TABLE OF CONTENTS/CGA QUICK FACTS Table of Contents/Quick Facts............................. 1

CGA QUICK FACTS

The U.S. Coast Guard and its Academy.............. 2 The Superintendent.............................................. 3

Location............................................New London, Conn.

CGA Administration ........................................... 5

Enrollment.............................................................. 1,000

Tim Fitzpatrick, Director of Athletics.................. 7

Nickname.................................................................Bears

Bill George, Head Coach....................................... 9

Colors..............................Royal Blue, White and Orange

2016 Coaching Staff....................................... 10-11

Home Field................................... Cadet Memorial Field

2016 Season Preview/Schedule..................... 12-13

Capacity................................................................... 4,000

The New England Football Conference............. 14

Surface...............................................................FieldTurf

Coast Guard’s All-Time NEFC Honors.............. 15

Lights...........................................................................Yes

Player Profiles................................................ 16-22

Superintendent....................... RADM James E. Rendon

2016 Roster..................................................... 24-25

Director of Athletics............................... Tim Fitzpatrick

2015 Game-By-Game Review........................ 26-30

Head Football Coach......................................Bill George

2016 Opponents............................................. 32-36

Coach Phone.............................................(860) 444-8584

All-Time CGA Records........................................ 37

Director of Media Relations................... Jason Southard

2015 Final Statistics........................................... 38

Media Relations Phone............................(860) 701-6800

All-Time Scores.............................................. 40-43

Media Relations Email...... jason.s.southard@uscga.edu

Coast Guard in the NCAA Playoffs.................... 45

Southard Cell...........................................(860) 334-2388

Series Records vs. All Opponents....................... 47

Press Box Phone.......................................(860) 444-8585

92 Seasons of CGA Football................................ 49 CGA Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees.......... 50-52

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THE U.S. COAST GUARD AND ITS ACADEMY The Coast Guard is the United States’ oldest continuous seagoing military service, founded in 1790 by Alexander Hamilton. In wartime, the Coast Guard functions as a specialized part of the Navy, in peacetime, it performs essential humanitarian missions vital to the safety of lives at sea and the environment. Under the auspices of the Department of Homeland Security, the Coast Guard establishes and coordinates search and rescue operations by ships and planes, maintains advanced electronic and other aids to navigation around the globe, operates ice-breakers for polar expeditions and keeping domestic waterways open, enforces marine laws and Merchant Marine safety, and maintains military readiness to fulfill its naval wartime commitment. What is known today as the Coast Guard Academy began in 1876 as the Revenue Cutter School of Instruction. The original class of nine Cadets began its training on the Schooner DOBBIN, which operated out of New Bedford, Massachusetts. In 1878, the 106-foot barque CHASE replaced the DOBBIN as the Cadet-training vessel. It wasn’t until 1900 that the CHASE found a permanent homeport at Arundel Cove, Maryland, where classroom instruction was added to shipboard training. After nearly 30 years of service, the CHASE was retired in 1907 and replaced by the cutter ITASCA. In 1910 the Academy moved to Fort Trumbull, an Army coastal defense installation in New London. Like other colleges, the Academy strives to make each graduate a well-informed, contributing member of society, fully prepared to accept life’s responsibilities. But that’s just the beginning. Each Academy graduate must be a qualified officer, capable of leadership. For this reason, the program at the Academy is more rigorous and more demanding than non-military colleges to meet the professional needs of the Coast Guard. The educational philosophy of the Academy has three basic objectives: to provide by precept and example an environment which encourages a high

sense of honor, loyalty, and obedience, to provide a sound undergraduate education in a field of interest to the Coast Guard; and to provide training which enables duties as junior officers aboard ship. With these three principles serving as guidelines, the Academy staff has evolved the present curriculum, which leads to a Bachelor of Science degree and a commission as Ensign in the United States Coast Guard. The curriculum is constantly being reviewed and updated to stay abreast of the modern trends in education and the needs of the Coast Guard. Athletic competition is a part of every Cadet’s life at the Academy. Physical strength, endurance, agility, and competitive spirit are considered just as important as academic study and military training for future Coast Guard officers. In fact, every Cadet must play on an intercollegiate or on an intramural team, depending on ability and preference. The smallest of the four military academies (current enrollment is approximately 1,000), the Academy fields varsity teams in twenty-three sports. Men’s sports are baseball, basketball, crew, cross country. football, soccer, swimming, tennis, indoor track, outdoor track, and wrestling. Women’s teams include basketball, crew, cross country, indoor track, outdoor track, soccer, softball, swimming and volleyball. Pistol, rifle, and sailing are co-ed sports. Admission to the Academy is open to U.S. citizens of good, moral character who are at least seventeen years of age but not twenty-two years of age, and who are unmarried. Prospective cadets should be good students, physically fit, and medically qualified. Interested high school juniors should initiate and application at the end of their junior year or as soon thereafter as possible. The deadline for applications is February 1st of every year before attending. Admission to the Academy is based solely on nationwide competition, and not by Congressional appointment. Details concerning admissions procedures and how to apply may be obtained from the Director of Admissions, U. S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT 06320-4195.

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THE SUPERINTENDENT

Dear Cadets, Alumni and Coast Guard Football Fans, I am thrilled to welcome you to another wonderful season of Coast Guard Academy football; something I very much look forward to every year. Coach George, his dedicated coaching staff and the cadets are poised to start strong this year in our season opener on September 1st at Anna Maria. This followed by winning back the Secretaries’ Cup here at home on September 10th, against our friendly rival Merchant Marine Academy. Go Bears…Beat KP! This season marks our last season in the New England Football Conference (NEFC), as the football program will become a part of the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) in the fall of 2017. Beyond football, last year our entire Academy athletic program experienced great success, as we once again won the Superintendent’s Trophy in our multi-sport headto-head competition with the Mariners. Of special note, our Women’s Sailing Team won the 2016 Sperry Women’s National Championship, with 2/C Nikole Barnes being named the Quantum Women’s Sailor of the Year. This was the first national title in program history. I hope you will again join me in the stands this season and throughout the year, cheering on our Bears as they continue to achieve athletic excellence each and every day. GO ACADEMY…GO ATHLETICS…AND FOREVER, GO BEARS!

Jim Rendon Rear Admiral, U.S. Coast Guard

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2016 Coast Guard Academy Fall Schedules Men’s and Women’s Cross Country SEPTEMBER 10th @ Smith Invitational 17th @ UMass Dartmouth Invitational OCTOBER 1st @ SUNY Geneseo Invitational 8th @ James Early Invite @ Westfield State 15th @ Conn. College Invite @ Harkness Park 29th @ NEWMAC Championship @ Smith NOVEMBER 5th @ ECAC Championship @ Williams 12th @ NE DIII Championship @ Westfield State 19th @ NCAA DIII Championship @ Louisville, Ky.

Men’s Soccer SEPTEMBER 2nd vs. Castleton ^ 3rd @ Southern Maine ^ 7th Johnson & Wales 10th Merchant Marine 13th @ Western Connecticut 17th @ Babson * 20th @ Conn. College 24th @ Clark * 28th Mitchell OCTOBER 1st MIT * 4th Albertus Magnus 8th @ Emerson * 15th @ WPI * 18th Mass. Maritime 22nd Wheaton * 25th @ UMass Dartmouth 29th Springfield * NOVEMBER 2/5/6 NEWMAC Tournament

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Volleyball SEPTEMBER 2nd Buffalo State # 3:00 2nd Nazareth # 5:30 3rd Lebanon Valley # 11:00 3rd Rochester # 1:30 7th @ Eastern Conn. 7:30 10th Merchant Marine noon 14th Springfield * 7:00 17th Clark * 11:00 17th Endicott * 3:00 20th @ Smith * 7:00 22nd WPI * 7:00 23rd Conn. College 7:00 27th @ Babson * 7:00 30th Johnson & Wales ^ 7:00 OCTOBER 1st Roger Williams ^ 11:00 1st Western Connecticut ^ 5:00 4th @ Mount Holyoke * 7:00 8th UMass-Boston @ Colby Sawyer 3:00 8th @ Colby Sawyer 5:00 11th Wheaton * 7:00 15th Anna Maria 11:00 15th Nichols 3:00 18th @ Emerson * 7:00 21st @ Susquehanna 6:00 22nd Cabrini @ Susquehanna 10:00 22nd Rowan @ Susquehanna noon 25th Wellesley * 7:00 29th @ MIT * 1:00 NOVEMBER 1/5/6 NEWMAC Tournament

^ Husky Fall Classic @ Southern Maine * NEWMAC game

Men’s Tennis SEPTEMBER 17th Holy Cross 10:30 24th Conn College/CGA Invitational 30th @ ITA Regionals @ Williams OCTOBER 4th Trinity 3:00 8th Conn College/CGA Invitational 10th @ Nichols 10:00

Women’s Soccer SEPTEMBER 3rd William Paterson 6th @ Nichols 10th @ Mary Washington ^ 11th vs. Randolph Macon ^ 13th Salve Regina 17th @ Springfield * 21st Conn. College 24th @ Clark * 26th @ Johnson & Wales 30th Smith * OCTOBER 4th @ WPI * 8th Babson * 11th Mount Holyoke * 13th @ UMass Dartmouth 18th @ Wheaton * 21st Emerson * 25th Wellesley * 29th @ MIT * NOVEMBER 1/5/6 NEWMAC Tournament

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COAST GUARD ACADEMY ADMINISTRATION COAST GUARD ACADEMY ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

CAPT Ron LeBrec Asst. Superintendent

CAPT Melissa Rivera Commandant of Cadets

Dr. Kurt Colella Dean of Academics

CAPT Greg Wisener Director, Leadership Development Center

CAPT Bob McKenna Director of Admissions

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT SENIOR STAFF

Tim Fitzpatrick Director of Athletics

Dr. Dan Rose Senior Associate A.D./ Director of P.E

Chris Parsons Associate A.D./ Compliance

Artie Lamoureux Assistant A.D./ Operations

Jason Southard Director of Media Relations

Andrea Stewart Senior Women’s Administrator

Katherine Bossardet Associate Office Manager

Bob Bono Assistant Director of Athletic Operations

Donna Koczajowski Senior Women’s Administrator

Jen Meuse Director of Special Projects

FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF

Ken Niedzwiecki Head Athletic Trainer

Justin Bolton Athletic Trainer

Shaakira Hassell Strength & Conditioning

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS TIM FITZPATRICK Tim Fitzpatrick enters his sixth year as Director of Athletics at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and on his watch the USCGA’s athletic program has seen growth in several key areas. In addition to securing a comprehensive, five-year shoe and apparel agreement with adidas America for the academy’s 21 NCAA sports, has overseen a rebranding initiative that has resulted in new logos and marks and created an athletic booster organization (the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Bear Club). Under Fitzpatrick’s guidance, the department produced its first-ever women’s professional development seminar (the Women’s LeadHERship Symposium) for female USCGA athletic staff members as well as attendees from colleges and universities throughout New England, and has launched an external program for sale of corporate sponsorships and partnerships. Fitzpatrick was the Director of Athletics at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi for two years prior to his arrival at USCGA, after spending the previous four years as the Deputy Athletic Director at Indiana University. At Texas A&M – Corpus Christi, Fitzpatrick secured major gifts for construction of a new outdoor tennis center, as well as renovation of the university’s baseball and softball stadiums. He additionally served on the NCAA’s Division I Women’s Basketball Issues Committee while in south Texas, and executed a strategic plan which increased the department’s corporate sponsorship revenue by nearly 40%. While at Indiana, he was responsible for internal administration of the department, oversaw capital construction and facilities management, and had oversight of the football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball programs. Additionally, Fitzpatrick managed IU’s external units, including marketing, ticket operations, licensing, merchandising, website, and publications. Additionally, he negotiated a 6-year, $21,000,000 shoe and apparel agreement with adidas America and administered the Hoosiers’ multimedia partnerships with Learfield Sports and the Big Ten Network. During his tenure, Indiana realized a ticket sales revenue increase of 15-percent over annual budgeted projections.

Fitzpatrick came to IU after spending the previous five years as COO and associate athletics director for external operations at the U.S. Military Academy. Fitzpatrick directed a fundraising effort that saw Army’s “A Club” donor base grow from 750 to 6,700 and annual giving grow from $500,000 to $1.8 million. He also cultivated the Army Sports Network from two radio stations to 18, including 50,000-watt ESPN 1050 in New York City. During his tenure at West Point, corporate sponsorship revenue jumped from $250,000 to $920,000 annually. He arrived at West Point from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, where he served as the associate athletics director for external affairs and executive director of the athletic foundation. Fitzpatrick’s work at Charlotte resulted in a 26-percent increase in annual gifts and a 39-percent increase in planned gifts. Prior to Army and Charlotte, Fitzpatrick served in a similar role at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to serving as the men’s basketball sport administrator, he directed a staff that generated a school record $1.4 million in sponsorship revenue and a $125,000 increase in annual giving. Fitzpatrick was a senior associate athletics director at the University of North Texas from May 1994 to June 1996. He was instrumental in UNT’s transition from NCAA Division I-AA football to the Big West Conference, and during the 1994 football season, North Texas was one of three programs nationally to have every football game televised in its home market. This local television package generated more than $700,000 in corporate sponsorship revenue. He gained considerable experience as Assistant Commissioner of the Southwest Conference from 1992-94. Fitzpatrick negotiated a $2.25 million, three-year men’s basketball tournament title sponsorship with the Dr. Pepper Company, and he also oversaw the league’s national and local television syndication efforts. Fitzpatrick began his athletic administration career as the assistant marketing director at Army before moving on to Virginia Commonwealth as the director of marketing and Ticket Sales (1984-87) and Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Public Relations from 1987-92. A 1981 graduate of Hampden-Sydney College with a bachelor’s degree in English, Fitzpatrick earned his master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1982.

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HEAD COACH BILL GEORGE Ithaca enjoyed tremendous success during George’s nine seasons as the Bombers made six trips to the postseason play. They earned an NCAA Playoff berth four times (1990, 1991, 1992, 1994) and beat Dayton 34-20 to win the Division III National Championship in 1991. The Bombers also made it to the National Semifinals in 1994. Ithaca also made two ECAC Playoff appearances in George’s nine years and won both times. The Bombers won the Northeast Championship Game in 1996 and won the Northwest Championship Game with a 40-6 win over Hartwick in 1998, his final season. Prior to Ithaca, George was an assistant coach at the United States Military Academy Prep School (USMAPS) for three seasons (1987-89). The 1980 graduate of Ithaca College, began his coaching career in 1982 as an assistant coach at Ithaca before moving on to Princeton in 1984. George was then a graduate assistant at Ohio State for two seasons (1985 and 1986). During his playing days at Ithaca, George was a four-year starter (1976-1979) at center for legendary coach Jim Butterfield. George was an All-American and co-captain of the 1979 team which won the National Championship during his senior year. He was also a two-time qualifier for the National Championships as a member of the wrestling team. Bill and his wife Nancy and their six-year old daughter Lila reside in Salem.

Bill George, who has more wins (57) than any football coach in Coast Guard history, begins his 18th season as head coach at the United States Coast Guard Academy. George was named the 15th head football coach at the Coast Guard Academy on April 8, 1999 and set the program record for most wins as a head coach in 2013. As well as his duties as head coach, we also coaches the Bears offensive line. George was named New England Football Conference (NEFC) Bogan Division Coach of the Year in 2007 as he led the Bears to their second consecutive NEFC Bogan Division championship as the team was a perfect 7-0 in division play for the second straight season. The team lost in the NEFC Championship Game for the second straight season and finished the season 8-2. In 2006, the Bears tied a school-record with eight straight wins, finished the regular season 8-1 and earned a spot in the ECAC North Atlantic Bowl, the school’s first postseason bid since 1997 and finished 8-3 overall. Prior to arriving at Coast Guard, George, spent nine years (1990-1998) as an assistant coach at Ithaca College where he assisted head coach Mike Welch in running the offense. Over the nine years, he worked with the offensive line, linebackers as well as serving as head junior varsity coach from 1990-94.

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THE COACHING STAFF RAY LAFORTE

DANA FLEISCHMANN

Offensive Coordinator Quarterbacks

Co-Defensive Coordinator Defensive Backs

Dana begins his 17th season as a member of the Bears coaching staff. Fleischmann serves as the Co-Defensive Coordinator and coaches the defensive backs. He was an assistant coach at Maine Maritime prior to arriving at the Academy. He worked with the running backs and served as Recruiting Coordinator and Academic Counselor. The 1997 graduate of the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota was a two-year letter winner as a punter and a All-Academic selection in the MIAC. Dana earned a Masters Degree in Athletic Administration and Physical Education from Northwest Missouri State in 1999. Dana, his wife Corinna and their daughters Josslyn (6) and Jayna (2) reside in Ledyard.

Ray begins his 18th season as a member of the Bears coaching staff. He is the Offensive Coordinator and coaches the quarter-

backs LaForte spent five seasons as the Defensive Coordinator at Ithaca, sharing an office with current Coast Guard head coach Bill George. While at Ithaca, LaForte coached three All-America selections and the Bombers made a trip to the 1994 NCAA Semifinals and won two ECAC Championships. LaForte was also an assistant lacrosse coach at Ithaca for five seasons and is the men’s lacrosse head coach here at Coast Guard. Prior to coaching at Ithaca, LaForte was a graduate assistant at East Carolina from 1991-1993. Ray, his wife Michelle and children Michael (17), Mason (14) and Madison (10) reside in Waterford.

JAY DRISCOLL

C.C. GRANT

Co-Defensive Coordinator Linebackers

Defensive Line Jay begins his 24th season on the Bears staff. The New London native will coach the defensive line. Driscoll played at New London High and spent 11 years coaching high school football at Waterford, East Catholic and Norwich Free Academy. A defensive end at New London, Jay continued his playing career at the University of Connecticut where he played safety for the Huskies. Jay, an English teacher at Norwich Free Academy and his wife Sandra reside in Norwich with their eightyear old twins Aaron and Amelia. He also has a daughter Julia.

C.C. begins his 18th season as a member of the Bears coaching staff. Grant, a 1992 graduate of Cortland State, spent six seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, the last two as Offensive Coordinator. During his playing days, Grant was an All-ECAC fullback during the 1990 season as he led the Red Dragons in rushing. Grant, who is also the head baseball coach at Coast Guard, earned a Masters in Physical Education from Cortland State in 1994. C.C. and his wife Susan have two daughters Hannah (8) and Grace (4), they reside in Waterford.

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THE COACHING STAFF DAVE RATNER

DOMINQUE ROGERS

Tight Ends

Running Backs

Dominque is in his first season

Dave is in his second season as a part of the Bears coaching staff. Ratner is a 2005 graduate of the Coast Guard Academy and was a four-year member of the

as a member of the Bears caoching staff. Rogers played football and ran track at Arkansas Baptist College before transfer-

football team. He is currently is an instructor in the department of mathematics. Upon graduation, he served on USCGC BRISTOL BAY in Detroit before becoming the officer in charge of Law Enforcement Detachment 403 in Miami. He also served as an operations officer on USCGC THETIS in Key West. Ratner earned a Master’s Degree in Mathematics and Statistics from Georgetown.

ring to Trinity International University where he was a defensive back earning All-conference and National Christian College and NAIA All-America honors during both his junior and senior years. He graduated with a degree in Social Science. He participated in the Rookie Mini Camp with the Minnesota Vikings in 2013 as a undrafted free agent. Rogers is currenty a Yeoman Third Class Petty Officer in Cadet Administration.

CHRIS STRAND

DON MILLER

Wide Receivers

Offensive Assistant Don begins his 18th season as a member of the Bears coaching staff. Miller, who is the all-time winningest coach at Trinity, owns one of the top winning percentages in New England and Division III as he had a 174-77-5 record for winning percentage of .693 from 1967-’98. Don was named New England Small College Coach of the Year five times (1970, 1974, 1978, 1980 and 1993). Miller compiled a 31-2 record from 1955-58 as head coach at Newark (Del.) High School. Before arriving at Trinity, Miller served as Offensive Coordinator at Amherst from 1959-64.

Chris is in his second season as a part of the Bears coaching staff. Strand is a 2013 graduate of Ithaca College with a degree in

Computer Science. He played four years at Ithaca after playing his high school football at nearby NFA. Strand spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach at Bacon Academy, he served as the lineman coach in 2013 and the defensive coordinator last season as the team finished 6-5 overall, just the second winning season in program history as the team set 11 records.

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2016 SEASON PREVIEW Coast Guard will be led by record setting senior quarterback co-captain Derek Victory, who led the Bears 9 to aSEASON 4-2 start as the team won three PREVIEW straight games for the first time in eight years last season, before an injury cost him the rest of the season and the Bears finished 5-5 overall and 4-3 in the New England Football Conference.

Victory, who as a sophomore threw 21 interceptions, worked feverishly last offseason to cut down on mistakes and last year he threw just two interceptions (both vs. Merchant Marine in week two) while throwing for 1,119 yards and six touchdowns. He ended the season with 149 attempts without an interception.

Victory is one of five starters back on offense, three of those are offensive linemen in junior right tackle Cory Tomasetti along with senior center J.D. Dunaway and senior left tackle Jordan Hart.

“Derek did a fantastic job last season of cutting down on turnovers and that is a credit to him maturing on the football field. He was a young quarterback two years ago and SEPTEMBER he worked hard with 1 @ Anna Maria 7:00 coach LaForte to 10 Merchant Marine 2:30 improve and made 17 Catholic (PW) 1:30 himself a better 26 @ Salve Regina * noon quarterback and leader,” said George. OCTOBER

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Senior wide receiver Kyle Jackson, who had 25 receptions for 255 yards and three touchdowns last season is only other returning starter on offense. Victory is already the Academy’s all-time leader with 508 completions, 915 attempts, 4,866 passing yards and 5,067 yards of total offense. He also owns the single-season school record with 220 passes completed and 409 passes attempted in 2014.

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“Derek has developed into a tremendous leader, the team looks up to him. He has a quiet respectful way of leading,” said head coach Bill George, who is entering his 18th season. “What struck me as odd was how much the defense missed having him around as a leader when he was injured last season.”

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Junior Adam Davis (50 of 101, 457 yards, 3 TD, 4 INT), who started the final three games of the year last season, and sophomore Ethan Goldcamp (13 of 26, 69 yards) will battle for the backup quarterback spot.

There a number of guys who will fight for the two remaining starting spots on the Bears offensive line this season to protect Victory. Junior Camden Cecchini (50 carries, 100 yards and two touchdowns) along with sophomores Colin Cashin and Jeff Porter will all compete for the starting running back spot with all three expected to log carries.


2016 SEASON PREVIEW Junior tight end Cody Bain, who had 25 receptions for 352 yards and two touchdowns last season returns. Sophomore Jacob Pawlina is expected to start at the other wide receiver spot. Coast Guard will return just four players on defense as the Bears lost plenty of quality veteran players to graduation.

Sophomore Cole Austin will take over the place kicking and punting duties replacing AllAmerican punter Tyler Henning, who also tied the Academy record with 28 field goals in his career.

“We lost some very talented and experienced defensive players last season at both linebacker and defensive back,” said George. “So our biggest question going into the season is who is going to step up and fill those positions.” Seniors James Walsh and Brendan McNeil, who each had 35 tackles last season are returning starters and will anchor the defensive line along with classmates Logan Mars (29 tackles) and cocaptain Nick Lodovici (35 tackles).

and sophomores Jake Behne and Luke Wilson will all compete for time in the linebacker corp. Junior cornerback Will Daniels (38 tackles, 1 INT) is the only returning player in the Bears secondary. Juniors Oliver Kremer, Matt O’Donnell and Ryan Robertson are among the returners that will compete for the starting secondary spots.

“I’m looking forward to Cole picking up right where Tyler left off. He has worked very hard in the offseason,” said George.

Senior Quarterback Derek Victory

The Bears also have a trio of sophomores in Jack Brandt, Tommy Jones and Sam Lowe that had solid freshman seasons and give the Bears plenty of depth on the defensive line which will be the strength of the defense this season. Junior Jacob Brown (50 tackles) is the only returning linebacker. Seniors Fred McClimans and Eric Harris, junior Christian Breviario along

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The Bears will have plenty of options at both punt and kickoff return that will have to be decided in preseason camp.

“The guys are excited to start the season, the last one in the New England Football Conference,” said George. “We have developed some small rivalries in the last few years and there are a lot of talented teams in this conference and we look forward to the last time through and having some tough matchups and having some entertaining games.”


THE NEW ENGLAND FOOTBALL CONFERENCE THE HISTORY 1965 - The New England Football Conference is founded by charter members Curry, Bridgewater State and Maine Maritime. 1971 - Plymouth State and New England College become conference members. 1972 - Nichols College and Boston State become conference members. 1972 - New England College suspends football program following ’72 season; Mass. Maritime Academy becomes conference member. 1973 - Framingham State and New Haven become conference members. 1979 - Western Connecticut State becomes conference member. 1981 - Western New England College becomes conference member. 1981 - New Haven leaves conference, moves to Division II. 1981 - Boston State suspends football program following ’81 season. 1982 - Westfield State becomes conference member. 1985 - Fitchburg State and Worcester State become conference members. 1985 - Western Connecticut leaves conference to pursue independent schedule. 1987 - UMass Lowell becomes conference member in 1987, initiating a split into two six-team divisions with divisional winners meeting in championship playoff game. 1988 - UMass Boston and UMass Dartmouth become conference members. 1988 - Western New England leaves conference following ’88 season. 1992 - Plymouth State and UMass Lowell join the Freedom Football Conference; Curry and Nichols join the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference. 1992 - The conference now numbers nine colleges that play a round robin schedule. 1997 - Five new members begin conference play in 1998: Curry, Nichols, MIT, Salve Regina and WNEC. The 14-team conference will have two 7-team divisions. 1999 - Bridgewater State (10-0) receives first automatic qualification to NCAA playoffs. 2000 - The first Championship game in the 14-team Conference is scheduled. Wal*Mart agrees to sponsor the game. The Divisions are re-named with the Red being the Bogan Division and the Blue becoming the Boyd Division named after the NEFC’s first two commissioners. Bridgewater State defeats Salve Regina 27-24 for the championship. UMass Boston drops football. 2001 - The Bogan Division plays with only six teams while the Boyd continues with seven. Endicott College begins a football program and is admitted into the Boyd Division beginning with the 2003 season. 2004 - A Most Valuable Player Award is established for the NEFC Championship Game and is named the William Mottola Award in honor of the long-time conference commissioner. 2005 - Plymouth State University and the United States Coast Guard Academy are admitted as members for play beginning in the 2006 season. Plymouth enters the Boyd Division and Coast Guard Academy will compete in the Bogan Division.

2015 NEFC FINAL STANDINGS NEFC Western New England 7-0 Salve Regina 5-2 Endicott 5-2 Coast Guard 4-3 Curry 3-4 Maine Maritime 2-5 MIT 2-5 Nichols 0-7

Overall 10-1 8-2 5-5 5-5 4-6 3-6 2-8 1-9

THE “NEW” NEW ENGLAND FOOTBALL CONFERENCE In 2013, The New England Football Conference announced a restructuring of the Conference. The NEFC functions as an eight team league and retains the NEFC’s automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament. The realigned NEFC consists of Curry College, Endicott College, Maine Maritime Academy, MIT, Nichols College, Salve Regina University, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and Western New England. Institutions that are currently members of the multi-sport Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference (Bridgewater State University, Fitchburg State University, Framingham State University, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Westfield State University, and Worcester State University) will compete in a newly formed MASCAC football league. Plymouth State University and UMass Dartmouth, two schools that have a playing relationship with the MASCAC New Enament. The realigned NEFC will conthrough an affiliation agreement between the MASCAC and the Little East Conference, joined the new league.

sist of Curry College, Endicott College, Maine Maritime Academy, MIT, Nichols College, Salve Regina University, the U.S. Coast Guard Acadwww.NewEnglandFootballConference.com emy, and Western New England. 14


COAST GUARD’S ALL-TIME NEFC HONORS NEFC All-Conference Selections

2010 – Bogan Division Pat Bennett Kyle Ennis Eric Gerken Pat Bennett Nick Greaver Chris Izuritea Ryan Schmid

2006 – Bogan Division Steve Arguelles Christian George Jay Gill Jesse Harms John McDonald Ryan Sifflard Josh Williams Justin Brooks Charles England Nick Hartman Josh Kirby Lance Lynch John McDonald Mike Zielinski

DB QB LB P DL G RB OT OT G DL RB DL TE

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

Steve Arguelles Christian George Ryan Sifflard

Defensive Rookie of the Year Offensive Player of the Year Off. Lineman of the Year

Eric Gerken WR First Team RET First Team John Manganiello DL First Team Jarrod Owens QB Second Team Nick Peters LB Second Team Drew Russo DB Second Team 2012 – Bogan Division Parker Bateson Pat Meggers John Resch Jacob Bibb Jed Daleiden Tyler Henning John Manganiello Evan Rothfeld Mike Vitrano

Steve Arguelles DB First Team RET First Team Justin Brooks OT First Team Kyle Ennis LB First Team Christian George QB First Team Jesse Harms P First Team Nick Hartmann G First Team Matt Krueger C First Team David Lieberman K First Team Lance Lynch RB First Team John McDonald DL First Team Pat Bennett DB Second Team Brian Field LB Second Team Brian Yurovich DL Second Team

Joe Rizzardi Aaron Black Collis Brown Victor Rizzardi Kyle Wood Joel Wyman Tyler Henning

Coach of the Year Offensive Player of the Year Off. Lineman of the Year

DB OT LB K LB WR LB

Derek Victory

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

DB DL WR LB LB DL K

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

Offensive Rookie of the Year

2014 – NEFC Joe Rizzardi Aaron Black Kyle Wood Tyler Henning Mark Behne Bryan Popp Victor Rizzardi Joel Wyman

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team

DB DL LB P DB WR LB DL

First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

DB P & K OG LB

First Team First Team Second Team Second Team

2015 – NEFC

2009 – Bogan Division Justin Brooks Doug Piper Jacob Shackleford Sam England Ryan Fox Jesse Karr Casey Paris

LB WR QB OT C K DL DB G

2013 – NEFC

2008 – Bogan Division Pat Bennett Justin Brooks Brian Field Jacob Shackleford Brian Yurovich Sam England Kyle Ennis

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

2011 – Bogan Division

2007 – Bogan Division

Bill George Christian George Nick Hartman

DB LB WR RET DL DB DL

OT DL K WR G QB TE

Joe Rizzardi Tyler Henning Tom Condon Kyle Wood

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

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2016 PLAYER PROFILES COLE AUSTIN #99 K/P Flower Mound, Texas 5-10 180

JACK BRANDT #90 DL

SO

Marlton, N.J. 6-4

Expected to take over as both the punter and kicker this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Second team Alldistrict and Special Teams Player of the Year for coach Greg Price at Liberty Christian ... also captain and second team All-state in soccer and a member of the track team. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... has two sisters, Lexie and Ava ... both of his grandfathers were in the Army ... son of Paul and Roxana Austin.

SO

Will compete for a starting spot on the defensive line ... also a pitcher on the baseball team. 2015: had 18 tackles, ten solo, one for loss. HIGH SCHOOL: All-conference and Scholar Athlete of the Year by three different organizations for coach Rob Cormier at Bishop Eustace Prep ... also captain of both basketball and baseball teams ... member of the Headmaster’s List. PERSONAL: Government major ... one of his grandfathers was in the Army while the other was in both the Army and the Air Force ... has a younger brother Kevin ... son of John and Mary Clare Brandt.

CODY BAIN #81 TE Beaver Falls, Pa. 5-11 185

220

JR

Will start at tight end... also a pitcher on the Coast Guard baseball team. 2015: had 25 receptions for 352 yards and two touchdowns. 2014: had five receptions for 52 yards at the tight end spot. HIGH SCHOOL: All-section honorable mention linebacker at Blackhawk High ... also captain and All-section outfielder on the baseball team. PERSONAL: Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering major ... member of the Dean’s List ... has a younger sister Erin ... son of John, who served in the Air Force, and Ann Margaret Bain.

CHRISTIAN BREVIARIO #8 LB Tampa, Fla.

5-10

200

JR

Will compete for starting spot at inside linebacker. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, All-conference and All-Tampa Bay honorable mention linebacker for coach Chris Taylor at Fivay High. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... has a younger sister Trinity and an older sister Caitlynn ... son of Christine and Daniel Demeo.

JAKE BEHNE #34 LB

JACOB BROWN #20 LB

Clifton, Va. 5-11 185 SO

Virginia Beach, Va.

Will start at outside linebacker after backing up inside last season ... also a member of the Bears baseball team. 2015: had 28 tackles, 17 solo, three for loss and a sack while recovering two fumbles while being named the team Rookie of the Year. HIGH SCHOOL: First team Allconference, region and state for coaches Chris Haddock and Scott Findley at Centreville High ... also member of baseball team. PERSONAL: Management major ... his brother Mark, who played both football and baseball, graduated the Academy last year ... his oldest brother Scott is in the Marines ... has an older sister Rachel ... son of Dan, a graduate of the Air Force Academy, and Anne Behne.

5-9 185 JR

Will start at outside linebacker for the second straight season. 2015: had 50 tackles and 33 solo. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allconference selection for coach Robert Jackson at Salem High ... team was two-time regional champions ... also a member of the basketball team ...

graduated with a 4.02 GPA. PERSONAL: Government major ... his cousin Cory Jones is a Chief Warrant Officer in the Coast Guard ... has an older brother Lawrence, who played defensive back at Army and graduated in 2011 ... son of Lawrence and Terri Brown. COLIN CASHIN #26 RB Bedford, N.H.

WILLIAM BOARDMAN #53 OL Woodstock, Ga. 6-2 230 SO

5-6 160 SO

Expected to see an increased work load in the Bears backfield this season ... second team All-conference selection as member of Coast Guard lacrosse team last season. 2015: carried nine times for 36 yards and a touchdowns and caught two passes for seven yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Kurt Hines at Bedford High ... also captain of alpine skiing team and member of two-time D II state champion lacrosse team as he earned nine varsity letters ... member of National Honor Society and on the honor roll. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... his grandfather fought in the Vietnam War .. has an older sister Hannah and an older brother Liam ... son of William and Kimberly Cashin.

Expected to battle for the starting spot at left guard after backing up at left tackle last season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allstate offensive lineman for coach Ralph Potter at The McCallie School ... also second in the region in the discus and a member of the wrestling team. PERSONAL: Government major ... member of the Dean’s List ... has a younger sister Katy ... his grandfather was in the Army ... son of Stephen and Shelley Boardman.

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2016 PLAYER PROFILES JAKE DAVID #11 WR

CAMDEN CECCHINI #21 RB Tulsa, Ok. 5-10 170

Los Angeles, Calif. 6-1 185 JR

JR

Expected to start at running back. 2015: had 50 carries for 100 yards and two touchdowns while catching 13 passes for 60 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Alldistrict defensive end for coach Joe Medina at Cascia Hall Prep ... team was state runner up ... also second team All-Metro selection as member of the baseball team which was a 2014 state qualifier. PERSONAL: Marine and Environmental Science major ... his grandfather is a World War II Army veteran ... son of Joe and Rebecca Cecchini.

Will backup at one of the wide receiver spots this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Brent Huff at St. Genevieve High ... also captain of baseball team and member of the basketball team. PERSONAL: Attended Marion Military Institute ... Management major ... has an older sister Stephanie ... his uncle Caesar Gutierrez is in the Navy ... son of Mark and Edith David.

ADAM DAVIS #5 QB

Griswold, Conn. 6-0 190 JR

TITUS CREAMER #33 LB Newman, Ga. 6-2 190

Will battle for the backup quarterback spot this season. 2015: Threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns in a 24-6 win over Nichols in his first quarter start filling in for the injured Derek Victory ... started two games on the year... was 50 of 101 for 457 yards with three touchdowns and four interceptions. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and first team All-conference selection for coach Glenn Labossiere at Griswold High ... also captain and All-conference in baseball ... was the class valedictorian. PERSONAL: Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering major ... member of the Dean’s List ... has two younger sisters Meghan and Kaitlyn ... his grandfather graduated from the Coast Guard Academy in 1969 ... son of Scott and Wendy Davis.

SO

Expected to backup at one of the linebacker spots this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Brantley at Landmark High ... also captain of the wrestling team and member of track and field team. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... has an older sister Tiffany and an older brother Tim ... son of Tim and Sheri Creamer.

CHIP CROWLEY #18 WR San Marino, Calif. 6-2 180

SO

Will start at one of the wide receiver spots this season .. .was part of the Bears 4x400 relay team which earned Division III All-New England honors with a fourth place finish indoors last season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Mike Hobbie at San Marino High where he was named the Athlete of the Year ... also MVP and captain of track team and member of baseball team. PERSONAL: Government major ... his grandfather John Wagner was in the Navy while his other grandfather Paul Crowley was in the Army ... has a younger sister Kelly and a younger brother Patrick ... son of Jon and Carolyn Crowley.

Tampa, Fla. 6-2

210

JR

Will battle for playing time on the defensive line this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain at Freedom High. PERSONAL: Attended Marion Military Institute ... Mechanical Engineering major ... has three cousins all in the military, one in Air Force, one in Navy and one in the Army ... has two older brothers Mike and Nick ... son of John and Linda DeTerlizzi.

HUDSON DUNAWAY #77 OL

WILL DANIELS #1 DB Chicago, Ill. 5-6 165

VINCE DETERLIZZI #10 DL

Virginia Beach, Va.

JR

6-3 250

SO

Will start at right guard after backing up at the position last year. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and twotime All-state offensive lineman for coach Chris Scott at Ocean Lakes High ... team won 2014 Virginia 6A State Championship and finished #9 in the nation ... he was the #2 lineman in the state of Virginia in the Class of 2015 ... also member of both the basketball and lacrosse teams. PERSONAL: Government major ... Dean’s List ... his Uncle played football at Navy ... has a younger sister Melanie Joy ... two younger brothers, Jacob and Mason while is older brother J.D. is a senior and starting center for Coast Guard this season ... son of Dan, who played football at Navy, and Missy Dunaway.

Will start at one of the cornerback spots for the second straight season. 2015: registered 38 tackles, 28 solo with six pass breakups and one interception. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and fouryear starter for coach Craig Buzea at Homewood-Flossmoor High ... also captain and All-conference performer as a member of the track team. PERSONAL: Electrical Engineering major ... has a brother John and a sister Ayanna ... son of William and Dianne Daniels.

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2016 PLAYER PROFILES ERIC HARRIS #27 LB

J.D. DUNAWAY #61 OL Virginia Beach, Va.

Norfolk, Va. 6-1

6-1 260 SR

Will start at center for the second straight season after starting at right guard for two seasons. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and twotime All-district performer for coach Chris Scott at Ocean Lakes High .. won the Outstanding Senior Award and earned an Academic letter three times. PERSONAL: Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering major ... named to the NEFC All-Academic team last season ... has three younger brothers Hudson, a freshman on the Bears football team, Jacob and Mason and a younger sister Melanie ... his uncle played football at Navy ... son of Dan, a Commander in the Navy played football at Annapolis, and Missy Dunaway.

Middletown, Md.

6-3

200

Honor Society. PERSONAL: Marine and Environmental Sciences major ... has a younger sister Katie ... son of Eric, a retired Master Chief in the Navy, and Christine Harris.

JORDAN HART #64 OL

SO

200

260

SR

NATE HARVEY #44 LB Houston, Texas 5-9

ETHAN GOLDCAMP #13 QB 6-3

6-3

Will start at left tackle for the fourth straight season ... has started all 30 games since arriving on campus. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time captain and Lineman of the Year at Massena High ... won the Hobey Baker Award as member of hockey team and also played lacrosse ... member of National Honors Society. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... has a younger sister Courtney ... son of Andy, who enlisted in the Marines, and Julie Hart.

Expected to backup at tight end this season after playing the quarterback position last season ... also a pitcher on the Bears baseball team. HIGH SCHOOL: All-district, Academic All-district and second team All-county performer for coach Kevin Lynett at Middletown High ... also All-district in baseball ... won the Maryland Athletic Association Scholar Athlete Award. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... has an older sister Molly ... son of Kevin and Sandi Finn.

Morgantown, W.V.

SR

Makes the move to linebacker after backing up at strong safety last season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Curt Brown at Granby ... also member of lacrosse, track, wrestling and soccer teams .... member of National

Massena, N.Y.

DAN FINN #12 TE

185

SO

215

SO

Will battle for time at one of the linebacker spots this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Sam Smith at Clear Lake High ... also on the baseball team ... member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Government major ... his grandfather was a commander and flight surgeon in the Navy ... has an older sister Meagan and an older brother Zach ... son of Alan and Christy Harvey.

Will battle for the backup quarterback spot this season. 2015: completed 13 of 26 passes for 69 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and member of All-Academic team for coach John Bowers at Morgantown High ... also captain, second team All-state and senior MVP as member of the lacrosse team. PERSONAL: Government major ... has a younger sister Emily and a younger sister Nate ... son of Michael and Jennifer Goldcamp.

KYLE JACKSON #15 WR Lincoln, R.I.

6-1 195 SR

Will start at one of the wide receiver spots for the second straight season ... also an outfielder on the Coast Guard baseball team. 2015: had 25 receptions for 255 yards and tied for the team-lead with three touchdowns ... returned two punts for

36 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and All-division selection for coach Waycott at Lincoln High ... also captain and All-division performer on the baseball team. PERSONAL: Attended Marion Military Institute .... Mechanical Engineering major ... has an older sister Kristen ... both of his grandfathers were in the military, one in the Army and the other in the Navy ... son of Chris and Tracy Jackson.

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2016 PLAYER PROFILES TOMMY JONES #54 DL Centreville, Md.

5-10

220

19

NICK LODOVICI #95 DL

SO

Dillsburg, Pa.

6-2 235

SR

Co-captain ... will start at defensive end after backing up last season. 2015: recorded 35 tackles, 23 solo, two for loss. 2014: had 21 tackles, nine solo. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and AllDivision selection for coach Rick Manck at Northern High .... also captain of both track and wrestling teams ... member of the Distinguished Honor Roll for four years. PERSONAL: Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering major ... has two younger brothers, A.J. and Joey and two younger sisters Gabby and Sophia ... his uncle served in the Army during Desert Storm ... son of Brian and Carrie Lodovici.

Will compete for time on the Bears defensive line this season HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allconference defensive lineman and second team All-conference fullback for coach Don Graef at Queen Anne’s County High ... also captain and twotime state qualifier at 285 weight class in wrestling. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... his grandfather served as an interpreter of enemy messages in the Army ... has a twin sister Becky ... son of Phil and Sandy Jones.

GEREMY KENDRICK #14 TE Gainesville, Fla.

5-11

220

JR

SAM LOWE #55 DL

Will battle for time at the tight end position this season. HIGH SCHOOL: played for coach Jeff Parker at Eastside High ... also captain and MVP of the basketball team. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... his uncle Vince Kendrick, an officer in the Air Force, was captain of football team at the University of Florida and played in the NFL with the Falcons and Buccaneers ... has a younger brother Taylor and two older brothers Brandon and Gerrod ... son of Garry and Valerie Kendrick.

6-2

200

5-11

240

SO

Will compete for time on the Bears defensive line this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, two-time first team All-county selection and team Defensive Player of the Year for coach Jesse Shay at Red Lion Aread Senior High ... graduated Summa Cum Laude and was Pennsylvania Football News first team AllAcademic selection. PERSONAL: Operations Research and Computer Analysis major ... has an older sister Katy ... son of Bill and Jana Lowe.

LOGAN MARS #56 DL

OLIVER KREMER #17 DB Crystal Lake, Ill.

Felton, Pa.

Scarborough, Maine

JR

6-2

250 SR

Expected to start at nose tackle this season for the Bears ... missed most of his sophomore season due to injury. 2015: recorded 29 tackles, 19 solo, 4.5 for loss with two sacks. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, first team All-conference selection and team MVP for coach Lance Johnson at Scarborough High ... was on the honor roll for all four years and won the Maine student-athlete award. PERSONAL: Attended Georgia Military College ... Government major ... has two younger sisters, Shannon and Regan and a younger brother Nathan ... son of Chris and Colleen Mars.

Will compete for a starting spot at corner after moving to the Bears secondary from quarterback early in the season last year. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Chris Schremp at Prairie Ridge High ... also a member of the basketball team. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... has an older brother Alexander and two older sisters, Kristina and Anja ... son of Chris and Charlotte Kremer.

MIKE MCCASLIN #3 LB Stevensville, Md.

6-2

220

SO

Will compete for time at linebacker this season ... also a member of the Coast Guard lacrosse team. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and threetime All-conference and All-state for coach Bryon Sofinowski at Kent Island High School ... named to the Maryland All-Star team ... also member of

lacrosse team. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... his grandfather was in the Air Force during the Korean War ... he is a triplet with a brother Mark and sister Maddy while also having two older sisters Molly and Missy ... son of Rob and Tami McCaslin.

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2016 PLAYER PROFILES MATT O’DONNELL #4 DB

FRED #40 LB CASEYMCCLIMANS PARIS #44 TE

Vienna, Va.

Flower Mound, Texas. Texas 6-1 East Tawakoni, 6-3 220 215 SR Senior

Will compete for playing time at inside linebacker ... he also will handle the long snapping duties for the fourth straight year. HIGH SCHOOL: Third-team AllAmerican long snapper for coach Vanderford at Flower Mound High. PERSONAL: Attended Georgia Military College ... Mechanical Engineering major ... has a younger brother Jake ... son of Fred and Pam McClimans.

6-1

225

JACKSON MORTON #84 WR

and Filomena Morton.

6-1

185

JR

Nelson.

185

SO

Expected to backup at one of the linebacker spots this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Travis Noland at Oconee County High ... also a member of the baseball team. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... son of Brice and Andra

20

SO

Will see time at running back and return kicks ... had outstanding freshman season in track and field breaking three school records and earning All-New England honors three times indoors (4x400 twice and 200 meters) and twice outdoors (4x100 and 4x400) while earning All-NEWMAC honors in the javelin and All-ECAC honors in both the 4x200 and 4x400. 2015: caught two passes for 19 yards and returned six kickoffs for 98 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Paul Funk at Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High ... was three-year captain of the track and field team ... member of the National Honors Society. PERSONAL: Attended Georgia Military College where he was on the Dean’s List ... Management major ... has a younger sister Madison and two younger brothers Brendan and Marky ... son of Mark and Pam Pawlina.

West Newbury, Mass. 5-11

WILLIAM NELSON #2 LB 5-9

190

JEFF PORTER #24 RB

Will compete for time at one of the wide receiver spots this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach John Welch at Sanborn Regional High ... also captain of the basketball and baseball teams. PERSONAL: Marine and Environmental Sciences major ... son of Bob

Watkinsville, Ga.

Will battle for starting spot at strong safety after backing up at cornerback last year. 2015: had 11 tackles, seven solo. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Gonazga College High ... also member of basketball and baseball teams as a freshman. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... both his dad, James (Army) and his mom, Lolita (Air Force), are in the military. Chatham, Mass. 6-0

SR

Returns to the defensive line after starting at end last season ... made move from linebacker after sophomore season .... also an outfielder on Coast Guard baseball team. 2015: registered 35 tackles, 14 solo, 4.5 for loss with a team-high three sacks. 2014: played in all ten games and had 35 tackles, 18 solo and 4.5 for loss. HIGH SCHOOL: Scholar-Athlete of the Year and All-ECC selection for coach Jeff Larson at New London High ... also earned All-ECC honors as member of baseball team. PERSONAL: Attended Georgia Military College ... named to the NEFC All-Academic team last year. has a younger sister Megan ... his cousin is in the Air Force ... son of Patrick and Karen McNeil.

Newtown, N.H.

JR

JACOB PAWLINA #22 RB

BRENDAN MCNEIL #6 DL Pawtucket, Conn.

5-9 185

175

SO

Will compete for time in the Bears backfield this season ... member of the Coast Guard lacrosse team. 2015: had six carries for 20 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Cape Ann first team All-Star for coach Steve Hayden at Pentucket Regional High ... also captain and first team All-Star in lacrosse as well as captain of the basketball team ... member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Government major ... both his grandfathers were in the service (Air Force and Marines) ... has an older sister Marissa and an older brother Tim ... son of Tim and Kathy Porter.


2016 PLAYER PROFILES NICK SZEP #58 OL

RYAN ROBERTSON #7 DB Emmitsburg, Md.

5-10 195

North East, Md. 6-0 250

JR

Expected to compete for the starting spot at left guard after backing up at the spot last year. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for caoch Bill DiNardo at Salesianum School. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... has a younger brother Joshua ... son of Michael Jr. and Chris Ann Szep.

Expected to start at free safety after backing up at the position last year. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, first team All-county and second team Allstate selection for coach Joe Polce at Walkersville High ... also second team All-county and captain of the baseball team ... he also was on the indoor

track team. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... Dean’s List ... has two sisters Nicole and Kellie ... son of Rich and Lisa Robertson.

CORY TOMASETTI # 71 OL

Kennett Square, Pa.

RILEY SANSONE #50 OL Brimley, Mich.

6-2 240

SO

Expected to backup at center this season on the Bears offensive line HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Caleb Rader at Brimley High .... also member of basketball, baseball, golf and track and field teams ... member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... his grandfather and his father were both in the Coast Guard ... has a younger brother Dalton ... son of Richard and Cassandra Sansone.

6-0 205

6-4

250 JR

Will start at right tackle for the second straight season ... also a heavyweight for the Coast Guard wrestling team. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allleague selection for coach Scott Green at Kennett High ... also captain and All-league as member of the wrestling

team. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... has a younger brother Kerry and an older brother Barry ... son of Barry and Linda Tomasetti.

DEREK VICTORY #9 QB

LOGAN SULLIVAN #89 DL Valley Springs, Calif.

SO

Weston, Fla.

JR

Will compete for time on the Bears defensive line. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and first team All-Area selection for coach Jason Weatherby at Calaveras High ... also Master’s qualifier and captain of the wrestling team ... valedictorian of the

class. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... has a brother Brendan and a sister Meagan ... son of Patrick and Gina Sullivan.

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5-9 185

SR

Co-Captain ...already owns Coast Guard career record for total offense (5,067), passing yards (4,866), pass attempts (915) and pass completions (508) ... made 24 consecutive starts before missing the final three games last season with an injury. 2015: started the first seven games and was 106 of 193 for 1,119 yards with six touchdowns and two interceptions. 2014: completed a record 220 of 409 passes for 2,061 yards with 13 touchdowns and 21 interceptions. 2013: NEFC Offensive Rookie of the Year ... started final seven games and was 182 of 313 for 1,686 yards with ten touchdowns and 12 interceptions ... set a single-game school record with 36 completions in a 41-38 win over Western New England in his second career start on Oct. 5th. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year captain, All-county and Broward County All-Star selection for coach Christopher Wagner at West Broward High ... Broward County and Brian Piccolo Scholar Athlete. PERSONAL: Government major ... has an older sister Danielle ... one of his grandfathers enlisted in the Navy while the other was an officer in the Navy ... son of Dan and Diane Victory.


2016 PLAYER PROFILES JAMES WALSH #30 DL Aberdeen, Wash. 6-2

230

GABE ZOGBY #66 OL

SR

Manlius. N.Y. 6-1

Will start at defensive end for the second straight season. 2015: recorded 35 tackles, 24 solo with a sack. 2014: had 18 tackles, eight solo and a sack. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allleague linebacker for coach Ron Clark at Aberdeen High ... also All-district in the javelin, discus and as a member of the 4x100 relay in track ... member of the National Honors Society. PERSONAL: Attended Marion Military Institute ... Government major ... has an older sister Mickey and two younger sisters Lily and Emmy ... has a younger brother Patrick ... son of James and Jamie Walsh.

LUKE WILSON #16 LB Brandenburg, Ky. 5-11 210

200

JR

Is expected to backup at right tackle for the second straight season after backing up at right guard as a freshman. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Paul Muerch at Fayetteville-Manlius High. PERSONAL: Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering major ... has two younger brothers, Greg and Garrett and a sister Gabrielle ... has grandfather was a Colonel in the Army ... his father Rick is in the Navy and his mom Colleen is in the Army.

SO

Will compete for a starting spot at inside linebacker. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, first team All-area, first team All-district and All-state honorable mention selection for coach Larry Mofield at Meade County High while his dad was an assistant coach ... team was the 2013 Georgia State Runners Up ... also captain of basketball team. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... one of his cousin’s played football at Air Force while another played football at Navy ... his grandfather is a retired Air Force Major ... has two younger brothers, Mark and Brock ... son of Glen and Lesley Wilson.

BREAKING DOWN THE 2016 ROSTER BY LOCATION Bahamas California (8) Connecticut (2) Florida (6)

Georgia (4)

Illinois (2)

Kentucky Maine Maryland (6) Massachusetts (3)

Michigan

New Hampshire (3)

New Jersey (2)

New York (4)

North Carolina

Ohio (2) Oklahoma Pennsylvania (7) Rhode Island

South Carolina (3) Texas (5)

Virginia (7)

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2015 GAME-BY-GAME REVIEW GAME #1 COAST GUARD 34, ANNA MARIA 6 September 3, 2015 @ New London, Conn. MIKE CLANCY

GAME #2 MERCHANT MARINE 14, COAST GUARD 3 September 12, 2015 @ Kings Point, N.Y.

Senior Mike Clancy carried 14 times for 106 yards and two third quarter touchdowns, the first Coast Guard player to rush for over 100 yards since 2012, leading the Bears to a season-opening 34-6 win over Anna Maria in a nonconference game.

Sophomore fullback Luke Tiefenthaler rushed for 172 yards while senior quarterback Matt McDaniels ran for 114 yards leading Merchant Marine to a 14-3 win over Coast Guard to win the Secretaries’ Cup.

Sophomore Camden Cecchini scored a pair of first half touchdowns, the first two touchdowns of his career in the win.

The Mariners rushed for 347 yards and finished with 367 yards of total offense while Coast Guard was held to just 162 yards of total offense, just 13 rushing and only 48 yards in the second half.

The Bears got on the board on a 30-yard touchdown pass from junior quarterback Derek Victory (13 of 20, 148 yards, 1 TD) to classmate Kyle Jackson with 51 seconds left in the first quarter. The extra point was no good and the Bears led 6-0. It was the first career touchdown for Jackson.

Junior quarterback Derek Victory was 14 of 29 for 149 yards with two interceptions and he set the Coast Guard career mark for completions as he finished the day with 429 breaking the mark of 425 held by Cory Anderson (2002-05).

Coast Guard forced Anna Maria to punt and then went 62 yards in eight plays as Cecchini scored from two yards out for a 13-0 lead with 7:01 left in the first half.

Merchant Marine got on the board on a 20-yard touchdown pass from McDaniels to classmate David Gregory with 11:06 left in the second quarter capping a 96-yard drive. The key play in the drive was a 61-yard run by sophomore fullback Luke Tiefenthaler. That completed pass was the only completion for McDaniels (1-5, 20 yards) in the game.

Anna Maria answered with a 33-yard field goal by freshman Francis Cole with 2:13 left in the half to make the score 13-3. The Bears got a 53-yard kickoff return by Will Daniels putting the ball at the AMCAT 31-yard line and Cecchini finished the drive with a three-yard touchdown run with 56 seconds left as the Bears led 20-3 at halftime.

Coast Guard responded by driving down to the Merchant Marine 9-yard line, but Victory was intercepted at the 1-yard line by Stone with 6:58 left in the first half. It was the Bears first turnover of the season.

Clancy, who had nine carries for 96 in the second half, scored on a 37-yard run and then a 33-yard run in the third quarter as the Bears pushed the lead to 34-3 with 4:32 left in the third quarter.

The Bears defense forced a punt from the end zone and Coast Guard got the ball back at the Mariners 46-yard line and got on the board on a 32-yard field goal by senior Tyler Henning with 1:08 left in half.

Cole had the only points of the fourth quarter on a 39-yard field goal with 13:32 remaining in the game.

Merchant Marine took the second half kickoff and went 71 yards with sophomore fullback DeVar Jones scoring on a 3-yard run to take a 14-3 lead with 9:02 left in the third quarter. The Mariners converted a 4th-and-2 from the Bears 24 yard-line to keep the drive alive.

Provost led the Bears with three receptions for 81 yards. Senior Chris Bettano led Anna Maria with 22 carries for 76 yards while junior quarterback Daniel Faison was 5 of 13 for 130 yards with an interception. Sophomore Trai Weaver had three receptions for a game-high 103 yards for the AMCATS.

The Bears, after going three-and-out on each of its first two second half possessions, got their only first down of the third quarter on a 19-yard pass from Victory to senior Jordan Groff on the final play of the quarter.

Anna Maria finished with more total yards than Coast Guard 306 to 303, but the AMCATS turned the ball over three times while Coast Guard did not turn the ball over in the win. Anna Maria had 176 rushing yards and 130 passing yards while the Bears had 154 rushing yards and 148 passing yards.

Victory was intercepted by senior Skyler Stone, for the second time in the game, on the Bears first possession of the fourth quarter at the Mariners 35-yard line with 14:04 left. Coast Guard would only have one other possession in the fourth quarter as Merchant Marine got the ball back with 6:50 left and were able to run the clock out.

Senior James Rizzo had the only interception of the game, a first quarter pick that he returned 28 yards before leaving the game with an injury.

Merchant Marine held a huge advantage in time of possession (36:40 to 23:20) finishing with 21 first downs to the Bears 11. The Mariners fumbled four times, but did not turn the ball over recovering the fumbles each time while the Bears turned it over twice.

Coast Guard which had just five rushing touchdowns last season, had four rushing touchdowns in the win. Sophomore linebacker Jacob Brown, making his first career start, led the Bears with eight tackles.

Groff had a game-high six receptions for 66 yards for Coast Guard. Senior linebacker Kyle Wood led the Bears with nine tackles while classmates Mark Behne and Eli Maurer each added eight tackles.

Score By Quarters Anna Maria 0 3 0 3 -- 6 Coast Guard 6 14 14 0 -- 34 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter C-Jackson 30 pass from Victory (kick failed) 2nd Quarter C-Cecchini 2 run (Henning kick) A-Cole 22 FG C-Cecchini 3 run (Henning kick) 3rd Quarter C-Clancy 37 run (Henning kick) C-Clancy 33 run (Henning kick) 4th Quarter A-Cole 39 FG

Score By Quarters Coast Guard Merchant Marine Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter

0 0

3 7

0 7

0 -- 3 0 -- 14

M-Gregory 20 pass from McDaniels (McDonough kick)

C-Henning 32 FG 3rd Quarter M-Jones 3 run (McDonough kick)

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2015 GAME-BY-GAME REVIEW GAME #3 CATHOLIC 40, COAST GUARD 24 September 19, 2015 @ Washington, D.C.

GAME #4 COAST GUARD 21, SALVE REGINA 20 September 26, 2015 @ New London, Conn.

T.J. Tutone threw for 339 yards and three touchdowns and Catholic outscored Coast Guard 26-3 in the second half en route to a 40-24 win over the Bears in a non-conference game.

TYLER HENNING

Tutone was 35 of 58 while Coast Guard junior quarterback Derek Victory was 34 of 59 for 306 yards with one touchdown.

PAUL PUDDINGTON

Senior Tyler Henning’s 37yard field goal with three seconds left gave Coast Guard a thrilling 21-20 upset win over Salve Regina, ranked 5th in New England, in the NEFC opener for both teams in front of a large Parents’ Weekend crowd. Sophomore Ryan Robertson’s second blocked punt of the game setup the game winning kick. Robertson, who had a huge game on special teams, also recovered a fumbled punt.

Sophomore tight end Cody Bain had career-highs with nine receptions for 135 yards along with his first career touchdown reception.

Salve junior Sam Pascale rushed for 216 yards on 36 carries and the go ahead score with 9:41 left in the game as the Seahawks finished with 439 yards of total offense (234 rushing) while the Bears totaled 224 yards (171 passing).

Catholic finished with 566 yards of total offense while Coast Guard had 333 yards. The Bears, who rushed for just 13 yards last week, were held to 27 yards on 24 carries.

Henning opened the scoring with a 28-yard field goal on the first play of the second quarter as the Bears took a 3-0 lead.

Lucas Morley had 13 receptions for 131 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Cardinals.

The Seahawks took the lead on a 17-yard touchdown pass from junior Brendan Basil (24 of 39, 205 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT) to sophomore tight end Tommy Seaver with 11:44 left in the first half for a 7-3 lead capping a 75 yard drive.

Senior Paul Puddington had a 40-yard interception return to tie the game 7-7 with 5:46 left in the first quarter. It was the first interception of his career.

Henning added a 35-yard field goal with 1:04 left in the first half as the Bears trailed 7-6 at the half.

Senior Kyle Wood recovered a fumble on the Catholic 10yard line and on the next possession and on the next play senior Jordan Groff had a 10-yard run for a 14-7 lead.

The Seahawks took the opening kickoff of the second half and marched 71 yards in just six plays as Basil threw a 40yard touchdown to senior wide receiver Alex Hulme on 3rd and 11 to take a 14-6 lead with 12:06 left in the third.

Victory threw a 27-yard touchdown pass to Bain with 2:28 left in the half as the Bears took a 21-14 lead into the half.

Victory threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver Jordan Groff to cut the deficit to 14-12 with 7:04 left in the third quarter. Groff’s two-point conversion run failed.

Catholic had 306 yards of total offense in the first half, 185 passing while the Bears finished with 158 total yards in the opening half, 135 of those in the air.

Coast Guard would take the lead 18-14 on a 2-yard touchdown run by Victory with 3:27 left in the third quarter. His two-point pass was no good.

The Cardinals scored touchdowns on each of its first three possessions of the second half turning a 21-14 halftime deficit into a 34-24 lead as the Bears added a 27-yard field goal by Tyler Henning in the third quarter.

Salve drove 84 yards in 13 plays with Pascale scoring on a 14-yard run for a 20-18 lead with 9:41 left, the extra point, which would loom large later was missed.

Senior Jordan Groff added eight receptions for 56 yards while classmate Carter Provost had six catches for 54 yards in the loss.

Robertson came up huge again blocking a punt and senior Cory Sonnega recovered giving the Bears the ball at the Salve 37-yard line with 2:35 left in the game to set up the game winning kick.

Senior Joe Rizzardi had a huge game on defense as he finished with 17 tackles, nine solo while senior Kyle Wood finished ten tackles.

Victory was 19 of 34 for 171 yards and a touchdown. He set the Coast Guard Academy career passing attempts record in the win.

Score By Quarters Coast Guard 14 7 3 0 -- 24 Catholic 7 7 20 6 -- 40 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter Ca-Fernandez 28 pass from Young (Rosa kick) CG-Puddington 40 INT return (Henning kick) CG-Groff 10 run (Henning kick) 2nd Quarter Ca-Perno 1 run (Rosa kick) CG-Bain 27 pass from Victory (Henning kick) 3rd Quarter Ca-Morley 9 pass from Tutone (Rosa kick) Ca-Perno 9 run (kick blocked) CG-Henning 27 FG Ca-Conroy 4 pass from Tutone (Rosa kick) 4th Quarter Ca-Morley 21 pass from Tutone (kick failed)

Groff led the Bears with six receptions for 36 yards and also was the team’s leading rusher with six carries for 24 yards. Score By Quarters Salve Regina 0 7 7 6 -- 20 Coast Guard 0 6 12 3 -- 21 Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter C-Henning 28 FG S-Seaver 17 pass from Basil (Hurley kick) C-Henning 35 FG 3rd Quarter S-Hulme 40 pass from Basil (Hurley kick) C-Groff 9 pass from Victory (run failed) C-Victory 3 run (pass failed) 4th Quarter S-Pascale 14 run (kick failed) C-Henning 37 FG

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2015 GAME-BY-GAME REVIEW GAME #5 COAST GUARD 21, MAINE MARITIME 14 October 3, 2015 @ Castine, Maine MARK BEHNE

GAME #6 COAST GUARD 28, MIT 13 October 17, 2015 @ New London, Conn.

Senior Mark Behne had two of the Bears three fourth quarter interceptions including the final one in the end zone with 40 seconds left as Coast Guard overcame a 14-0 deficit and held off Maine Maritime 21-14.

Senior Mike Clancy ran for a careerhigh 134 yards and a touchdown while junior quarterback Derek Victory threw a touchdown pass and ran for another leading Coast Guard to a 28-13 win over MIT on Homecoming Weekend.

Senior quarterback Derek Victory’s 7-yard touchdown pass to classmate Jordan Groff with 11:55 left broke a 14-14 tie. Victory became the Bears all-time passing yards leader in the win as he finished the game with 4,686 yards breaking the mark of 4,569 set by Jon Resch (2009-12).

Clancy had 12 carries for 106 yards and his touchdown in the second half and the Coast Guard defense shutout MIT in the second half. DEREK VICTORY

The Bears, who ran for a seasonhigh 204 yards on 40 carries, won their third straight for the first time since 2007.

MIT scored the opening possession of the game on a 32-yard field goal by junior Tucker Cheyne for a 3-0 lead with 10:16 left in the first quarter.

Maine Maritime had three possessions in the fourth quarter, all of which ended in interceptions with sophomore Will Daniels getting the first of his career with 14:03 left in the game which set up the go ahead score before Behne added a pair of interceptions.

Later in the first quarter, the Coast Guard defense came up big as senior Joe Rizzardi returned an interception 16 yards for a touchdown to give the Bears a 7-3 lead with 3:46 left.

The Mariners triple-option offense ran for 403 yards on 82 carries and had 428 yards of total offense while dominating time of possession (41:50 to 18:10). Coast Guard had 245 total yards, 80 of those on the ground.

Cheyne booted a 24-yard field on the next possession as the Engineers trimmed the lead to 7-6 with 14:04 left in the opening half.

Senior Joe Rizzardi blocked a 22-yard field goal attempt with 5:31 left in the third quarter and the game remained tied 14-14.

Coast Guard would then march 81 yards in 14 plays with Victory scoring on a 1-yard run on 4th down to push the lead to 14-6 with 8:27 left in half.

Coast Guard would take the lead on a 9-yard touchdown pass from Victory to Groff with 11:55 left for a 21-14 lead.

MIT would answer by going 71 yards in nine plays with sophomore quarterback Jon King throwing a 10-yard touchdown to classmate Jared Hansen cutting the deficit to 14-13 with 4:42 left in the first half.

Maine Maritime turned it over once again as Behne intercepted a pass on 4th-and-7 from the Coast Guard 34 with 7:44 left. Maine Maritime would drive to all the way to the 5-yard line, but a holding call pushed it back to the 15 and on 4th-andgoal when Behne intercepted the ball in the end zone to preserve the win. Fahey’s 1-yard run with 12:46 left in the first half opened the scoring and freshman Chad Martin’s kick gave the Mariners a 7-0 lead. Maine Maritime used the short field driving just 36 yards for the touchdown.

MIT freshman running back Adis Ojeda had 17 carries for 138 yards in the first half and finished the game with 27 carries for 208 yards. The Bears extended their lead by going 77 yards in seven plays on the opening possession of the second half and Victory threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to junior Kyle Jackson to take a 21-13 lead with 12:49 left in the third quarter. Henning knocked a punt out at the six-yard line and MIT would drive all the way to the Coast Guard 8-yard line before Rizzardi blocked a 25-yard field goal attempt to keep the score 21-13.

Fahey would score on a 9-yard run and Martin’s extra point gave Maine Maritime at 14-0 lead with 10:45 left in the first half.

The Bears started at the MIT 35 and five plays later Clancy scored on a 10-yard run to close the scoring giving the Bears a 28-13 lead with 11:09 left.

The Bears answered with a 10 play, 67-yard drive with Clancy scoring a 3-yard touchdown with 7:06 left in the half and senior Tyler Henning added the PAT to cut the deficit to 14-7.

MIT looked to make it a one score game before senior linebacker Ed Lazowski intercepted King in the end zone with 2:49 left.

Like last week, it was the Coast Guard special teams making a big play as the ensuing kickoff got knocked down by the wind and was untouched before Rizzardi fell on it at the Mariner 27-yard line. The Bears tied the game when Victory threw a 37-yard touchdown pass to junior Kyle Jackson with 6:24 left in the second quarter. Henning added his school-record 88th PAT to tie the game 14-14.

The Engineers finished with 509 yards of total offense, 269 rushing and 240 passing. King was 23 of 41 for 240 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. Victory was 13 of 24 for 168 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions.

Senior linebacker Kyle Wood had a career-high 18 tackles while Ed Lazowski had 15 tackles and Mark Behne finished with 14 total tackles for the Bears.

Score By Quarters MIT 3 10 0 0 -- 13 Coast Guard 7 7 7 7 -- 28 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter M-Cheyene 32 FG C-Rizzardi 16 INT return (Henning kick) 2nd Quarter M-Cheyne 24 FG C-Victory 1 run (Henning kick) M-Hanson 10 pass from King (Cheyne kick) 3rd Quarter

Score By Quarters Coast Guard 0 14 0 7 -- 21 Maine Maritime 0 14 0 0 -- 14 Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter M-Fahey 1 run (Martin kick) M-Fahey 9 run (Martin kick) C-Clancy 3 run (Henning kick) C-Jackson 37 pass from Victory (Henning kick) 4th Quarter C-Groff 7 pass from Victory (Henning kick)

CGA-Jackson 25 pass from Victory (Henning kick)

4th Quarter C-Clancy 10 run (Henning kick)

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2015 GAME-BY-GAME REVIEW GAME #7 CURRY 42, COAST GUARD 14 October 24, 2015 @ Milton, Mass. Freshman quarterback Riley Cote, in just his second career start, accounted for all six touchdowns as he threw for 351 yards and four touchdowns while also rushing for two touchdowns leading Curry to a 42-14 win over Coast Guard.

GAME #8 COAST GUARD 24, NICHOLS 6 October 31, 2015 @ New London, Conn. Sophomore quarterback Adam Davis threw for 301 yards and a pair of touchdowns and senior Joe Rizzardi returned an interception 52 yards for a touchdown leading Coast Guard to a 24-6 win.

JORDAN GROFF

ADAM DAVIS

Davis, filling in for junior Derek Victory, who was injured last week and is out for the rest of the season, was 25 of 46 for 301 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.

Derek Victory left the game with an injury after the first series and Curry scored touchdowns on four straight possessions to end the first half. The Colonels had 329 yards of offense in the first half and the Bears were held to just 79 total yards in the opening half.

The Bears scored on the opening possession of the game as Davis marched the team 80 yards in just seven plays. He hit sophomore tight end Cody Bain with a 44-yard touchdown pass down the sideline with just 1:37 into the game for the 7-0 lead.

Cote was 16 of 22 for 252 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the first half and finished 24 of 35 for 350 yards with four touchdowns and one interception.

Coast Guard missed 35-yard field goal with 2:02 left in the opening quarter, but on the next possession, Rizzardi intercepted Michael McCourt and returned it 52 yards to push the lead to 14-0 with 14:15 left in the first half. Davis threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to senior Carter Provost with 6:26 left in the first to push the lead to 21-0.

Sophomore Adam Davis was 13 of 25 for 117 yards in relief of Victory. The Colonels finished with 533 yards of total offense, 182 on the ground, while the Bears finished with 193 total yards, 141 of those in the air. The Bears got on the board when Davis threw his first career touchdown, a 10-yard pass to senior Jordan Groff, with 6:57 left in the third quarter.

Senior Tyler Henning would add a 32-yard field goal with 27 seconds left in the half for a 24-0 lead. Nichols punted on six of its seven first half possessions and also threw the interception. The Bears had 226 yards of total offense in the first half, 196 passing while the Bison had 80 yards in the first half. The Bison finally got on the board with 6:10 left on a 9-yard touchdown run by senior Andre Rickerson. The two-point pass failed and the score was 24-6.

Coast Guard freshman running back Colin Cashin closed the scoring with his first career touchdown, a 6-yard run with 1:36 left. Senior Mark Behne’s 47-yard punt return set the Bears up at the Colonel 29-yard line.

Senior wide receiver Jordan Groff had a big day for the Bears leading the way with nine receptions for 125 yards while Provost had five catches for 79 yards. Nichols sophomore quarterback Michael McCourt was 15 of 27 for 75 yards with one interception while leading the way with 27 carries for 84 yards. Junior Grant Klimeck added 18 carries for 56 yards.

Groff (27 yards) and sophomore tight end Cody Bain (23 yards) each had four receptions to lead Coast Guard. Senior Mike Clancy had ten carries for 32 yards to lead the Bears on the ground.

Coast Guard finished with 329 total yards, 301 in the air while Nichols had 267 yards, 192 rushing.

Sophomore cornerback Will Daniels had seven tackles to lead the Bears defense while Rizzardi added six solo tackles to go with his interception, which was the only turnover in the game.

Senior linebacker Kyle Wood led the Bears with 11 tackles and a sack while Rizzardi added ten tackles, nine solo, two for loss and the interception return for a touchdown as well as a partially blocked punt.

Score By Quarters Coast Guard 0 0 7 7 -- 14 Curry 0 28 7 7 -- 42 Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter CU-Nastasi 9 pass from Cote (Mrozek kick) CU-Cote 11 run (Mrozek kick) CU-Cote 7 run (Mrozek kick) CU-Cawlina 56 pass from Cote (Mrozek kick) 3rd Quarter CU-Chartrand 32 pass from Cote (Mrozek kick) CG-Groff 10 pass from Davis (Henning kick) 4th Quarter CU-Nastasi 1 pass from Cote (Mrozek kick) CG-Cashin 6 run (Henning kick)

Score By Quarters Nichols 0 0 0 6 -6 Coast Guard 7 17 0 0 -- 24 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter C-Bain 44 pass from Davis (Henning kick) 2nd Quarter C-Rizzardi 52 INT return (Henning kick) C-Provost 35 pass from Davis (Henning kick) C-Henning 32 FG 4th Quarter N-Rickerson 9 run (pass failed)

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2015 GAME-BY-GAME REVIEW GAME #9

GAME #10 ENDICOTT 33, COAST GUARD 5 November 14, 2015 @ Beverly, Mass.

WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 51, COAST GUARD 0

November 7, 2015 @ New London, Conn. Graduate quarterback Tyler Ward was 22 of 25 for 216 yards with a pair of touchdowns and Western New England, ranked 1st in New England and 19th nationally, scored touchdowns of six of its first eight possessions en route to a 51-0 win over Coast Guard.

Three different players threw touchdown passes leading Endicott to a 33-5 win over Coast Guard. The Gulls finished with 491 yards of total offense, 323 yards passing while the Bears were held to a season-low 110 yards, just 24 passing.

The Golden Bears improved to 9-0 overall and 6-0 in conference play. Western New England finished with 586 yards, 348 of those on the ground. Coast Guard was held to a season-low 125 yards of total offense, 53 rushing.

Sophomore Adam Davis was 3 of 10 for 11 yards while freshman Ethan Goldcamp was 4 or 10 for 13 yards in the loss. Senior Mike Clancy led the Bears with ten carries for 64 yards.

JOE RIZZARDI

TYLER HENNING

Senior linebacker Paul Puddington finished with a team high-high 11 tackles while senior Kyle Wood had nine stops and juniors Nick Lodovici and Logan Mars each had eight tackles for Coast Guard.

Junior Nick Connell carried 17 times for 109 yards and a pair of scores while Ward carried 13 times for 50 yards in the win. Senior Kevin Degnan carried six times for 37 yards and a pair of scores including a 5-yard touchdown run on the opening drive for a 7-0 lead with 11:51 left in the first quarter.

Michael Scherer was 12 of 20 for 201 yards and a touchdown while Sam Ouellette was 8 of 10 for 113 yards and two touchdown passes for the Gulls.

Western New England would score touchdowns on its first three possessions in the first quarter to take a 21-0 lead with 3:48 left in the first quarter and the Golden Bears also scored on their final three possessions of the first half taking a 42-0 lead into halftime.

Lavante Wiggins led Endicott with 16 carries for 73 yards. Kyle Regan opened the scoring with a 23 yard field goal with 7:33 left in the first quarter.

The Golden Bears had 349 yards of total offense in the first half, 184 rushing and 165 passing while Coast Guard was held to 35 first half yards.

Jacob Simmons caught a pair of touchdown passes in the second quarter with receptions of 22 and 14 yards. The extra point on the second touchdown was blocked and senior Joe Rizzardi returned it all the way for two points and the Bears trailed 16-2 with 3:30 left in the first half.

Degnan had a 14-yard touchdown run for the only touchdown of the third quarter and the Golden Bears got a safety on a bad snap with 3:49 left in the game to close the scoring.

Endicott had 222 yards of total offense in the first half, 122 of those on the ground while the Bears were held to 29 yards total yards, 20 of those yards rushing. Jake Pelletier threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Michael Scherer with 8:05 left in the third quarter to push the lead to 23-2.

Coast Guard sophomore Adam Davis was 8 of 18 for 28 yards with one interception while freshman Ethan Goldcamp was 8 of 11 for 44 yards off the bench.

Senior Tyler Henning booted a season-long 40 yard field goal, the school-record tying 28th of his career, with 2:52 left in the quarter to make the score 23-5.

Junior Kyle Jackson and senior Jordan Groff each had four receptions to lead the Bears. Senior Joe Rizzardi led the Coast Guard defense with 13 tackles and 11 solo and the Bears only interception of the game which appeared he would return for a touchdown, his third of the season before an inadvertent whistle blew the play dead.

Regan would kick a 27-yard field goal and Connor Crotty would catch at 7-yard touchdown pass from Sam Ouelette with 3:15 left in the game to close the scoring.

Score By Quarters Coast Guard 0 2 3 0 -- 5 Endicott 3 13 7 10 -- 33 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter E-Regan 23 FG 2nd Quarter E-Simons 22 pass from Scherer (Regan kick) E-Simons 14 pass from Ouellette (kick blocked) C-Rizzardi 98 PAT return 3rd Quarter E-Scherer 9 pass from Pelletier (Regan kick) C-Henning 40 FG 4th Quarter E-Regan 27 FG E-Crotty 7 pass from Ouellette (Regan kick)

Score By Quarters Western NE 21 21 7 2 -- 51 Coast Guard 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Scoring Summary 1st Quarter W-Tomasello 5 run (Patterson kick) W-Connell 1 run (Patterson kick) W-Allen 6 run (Patterson kick) 2nd Quarter W-Camara 9 pass from Ward (Patterson kick) W-Connell 5 run (Patterson kick) W-Dietrich 5 pass from Ward (Patterson kick) 3rd Quarter W-Tomasello 14 run (Patterson kick) 4th Quarter W-TEAM safety

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2016 OPPONENTS ANNA MARIA

MERCHANT MARINE

September 1, 2016 @ Paxton, Mass. 7:00 p.m.

September 10, 2016 @ New London, Conn. 2:30 p.m. (Secretaries’ Cup)

Location: Paxton, Mass. Enrollment: 808 Nickname: Amcats Colors: Cardinal and White Home Field: AMCAT Field (1,000) President: Mary Lou Retelle Athletic Director: Laura Habacker SID: Sammi Chickering SID Phone: (508) 849-3252 SID Email: schickering@annamaria.edu Head Coach: Vincent Sinagra (URI) Coach’s Record: (5-35) 5th season Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9

Location: Kings Point, N.Y. Enrollment: 1,000 Nickname: Mariners Colors: Royal Blue & Gray Home Field: Captain Tomb Field (5,000) Superintendent: RADM James A. Helis Athletic Director: Mo White SID: Joe Guster SID Phone: (516) 726-5609 SID Email: gusterj@usmma.edu Head Coach: Mike Toop (Kings Point, ‘77) Coach’s Record: (52-94) 16th season Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9

SERIES INFORMATION

SERIES INFORMATION

First Game: 2015 (CGA 34-6) Series Record: Coast Guard leads 1-0 Last CGA Win: 2015, 34-6 Biggest CGA Win: 2015, 34-6 Current Streak: Coast Guard has won one

First Game: 1949 (CGA 21-14) Series Record: Merchant Marine leads 30-14 Last CGA Win: 2014, 42-31 Last Merchant Marine Win: 2015, 14-3 Biggest CGA Win: 1988, 35-7 Biggest Merchant Marine Win: 1992, 42-0 Most Points in a Game: 80, (2012, MMA 43-37) Least Points in a Game: 10, (2001, KP 7-3) Current Streak: Merchant Marine has won one

2016 SCHEDULE

2016 SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER 1 9 17 OCTOBER 1 8 15 22 29 NOVEMBER 5 12

Coast Guard @ Nichols @ Curry

7:00 7:00 1:00

@ Castleton SUNY-Maritime Norwich @ Husson Mount Ida

1:00 1:00 1:00 noon 1:00

Gallaudet @ Becker

1:00 noon

SEPTEMBER 10 16 24 OCTOBER 1 8 15 22 NOVEMBER 5 12

2015 RESULTS (1-9) SEPTEMBER 3 12 19 OCTOBER 3 10 17 24 31 NOVEMBER 7 14

2:30 7:00 2:00

@ Hobart @ WPI RPI St. Lawrence

1:00 1:00 2:00 1:00

@ Union Springfield

2:00 noon

2015 RESULTS (3-6)

@ Coast Guard Nichols Curry

L 6-34 L 29-51 L 16-23

@ NY Maritime Husson @ Mount Ida @ Norwich Castleton State

L 7-44 L 7-46 L 6-41 L 6-47 L 14-17

@ Gallaudet Becker

@ Coast Guard @ SUNY-Maritime Rochester

SEPTEMBER 12 18 26 OCTOBER 3 10 17 24 NOVEMBER 7 14

W 24-20 L 7-41

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Coast Guard SUNY-Maritime Hobart

W 14-3 L 14-24 L 15-30

@ RPI @ Rochester Springfield @ WPI

L 7-27 L 17-24 W 22-21 L 8-38

Union @ St. Lawrence

W 24-14 L 14-21


2016 OPPONENTS CATHOLIC

SALVE REGINA

September 17, 2016 @ New London, Conn. 1:30 p.m. (PARENTS’ WEEKEND)

September 24, 2016 @ Newport, R.I. Noon

Location: Newport, R.I. Enrollment: 1,931 Nickname: Seahawks Colors: Blue, Green, White Home Field: Gaudet Field (1,500) President: Jane Gerety Athletic Director: Colin Sullivan Football SID: Andrew Pezzelli SID Phone: (401) 341-2461 SID email: andrew_pezzelli@salve.edu Head Coach: Kevin Gilmartin (Williams, ‘94) Coach’s Record: 22-9 (4th season) Starters Returning/Lost: 16/6

Location: Washington, DC Enrollment: 3,409 Nickname: Cardinals Colors: Cardinal Red and Black Home Field: DuFour Field (3,550) President: John Garvey Athletic Director: Sean Sullivan SID: Mike Gambardella SID Phone: (202) 319-5610 SID Email: gambardella@cua.edu Head Coach: Bill Bachman (Westchester ‘82) Coach’s Record: 0-0 (1st season) Starters Returning/Lost: 14/8

SERIES INFORMATION

SERIES INFORMATION

First Game: 1993 (CGA 34-0) Series Record: Coast Guard leads 2-1 Last CGA Win: 1994, 29-12 Last Catholic Win: 2015, 40-24 Biggest CGA Win: 1993, 34-0 Biggest Catholic Win: 2015, 40-24 Most Points in a Game: 64, (2015, Catholic, 40-24) Least Points in a Game: 34, (1993, CGA, 34-0) Current Streak: Catholic has won one

First Game: 2000 (Salve Regina 36-6) Series Record: Salve Regina leads 4-1 Last CGA Win: 2015, 21-20 Last Salve Regina Win: 2014, 20-10 Biggest CGA Win: 2015, 21-20 Biggest Salve Regina Win: 2000, 36-6 Most Points in a Game: 42, 2000, (Salve 36-6) Least Points in a Game: 30, 2014, (Salve 20-10) Current Streak: Coast Guard has won one

2016 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 3 17 OCTOBER 1 8 15 22 29 NOVEMBER 5 12

2016 SCHEDULE

McDaniel @ Coast Guard

1:00 1:30

@ Guilford Washington and Lee Hampden-Sydney @ Randolph-Macon Shenandoah

1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

@ Emory and Henry Bridgewater (Va.)

1:00 1:00

SEPTEMBER 2 10 17 24 OCTOBER 1 15 22 29 NOVEMBER 5 12

2015 RESULTS (3-7) SEPTEMBER 5 12 19 OCTOBER 3 10 17 24 31 NOVEMBER 7 14

@ Worcester State Dean @ Castleton State Coast Guard

7:00 noon noon noon

@ Curry Nichols MIT Endicott

1:00 noon noon noon

Western New England @ Maine Maritime

noon noon

2015 RESULTS (8-2, 5-2 NEFC)

@ McDaniel Rochester Coast Guard

W 34-33 L 28-45 W 40-24

@ Hampden-Sydney Randolph-Macon @ Shenandoah Emory and Henry Guilford

L 21-38 W 28-20 L 17-34 L 24-44 L 49-52

SEPTEMBER 5 19 26 OCTOBER 3 17 24 31 NOVEMBER 7 14 21

@ Washington and Lee L 33-52 @ Bridgewater (Va.) L 13-45

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Worcester State Castleton State @ Coast Guard

W 41-28 W 32-14 L 20-21

Curry Endicott @ Nichols @ MIT

W 31-13 W 40-21 W 35-6 W 56-27

Maine Maritime @ Western NE vs. Husson (ECAC)

W 49-14 L 21-28 W 42-39


2016 OPPONENTS MAINE MARITIME

CURRY

October 1, 2016 @ New London, Conn. 1:30 p.m. (HOMECOMING)

October 15, 2016 @ New London, Conn. 1:30 p.m.

Location: Castine, Maine Enrollment:950 Nickname: Mariners Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Home Field: Ritchie Field (1,500) President: Dr. William J. Brennan Athletic Director: Steve Peed SID: Riana Sidelinger SID Phone: (207) 326-0113 SID Email: riana.sidelinger@mma.edu Head Coach: Chris McKenney (Springfield ‘84) Coach’s Record: 60-82 (16th season) Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9

Location: Milton, Mass. Enrollment: 2,000 Nickname: Colonels Colors: Purple & White Home Field: Walter M. Katz Field (1,600) President: Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. Athletic Director: Vinnie Eruzione SID: TBA SID Phone: (617) 333-2324 SID Email: TBA Head Coach: Skip Bandini (Mass. Maritime ‘81) Coach’s Record: 69-38 (11th season) Starters Returning/Lost: NA

SERIES INFORMATION

SERIES INFORMATION

First Game: 1970 (Coast Guard 29-12) Series Record: Coast Guard leads 8-5 Last CGA Win: 2015, 21-14 Last Maine Maritime Win: 2014, 13-7 Biggest CGA Win: 2013, 40-0 Biggest Maine Maritime Win: 2009, 76-49 Most Points in a Game: 125, (2009, Maine 76-49) Least Points in a Game: 3, (2006, CGA 3-0) Current Streak: Coast Guard has won one

First Game: 2006 (Curry 34-28) Series Record: Curry leads 6-1 Last Curry Win: 2015, 42-14 Last Coast Guard Win: 2014, 17-0 Biggest Curry Win: 2010, 35-0 Biggest Coast Guard Win: 2014, 17-0 Most Points in a Game: 62, (2006, Curry 34-28) Least Points in a Game: 17, (2007 and 2014) Current Streak: Curry has won one

2016 SCHEDULE

2016 SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER 3 17 24 OCTOBER 1 15 22 29 NOVEMBER 5 12

SUNY-Maritime @ Mass. Maritime MIT

noon 1:00 noon

@ Coast Guard Endicott @ Curry @ Western New England

1:30 noon 1:00 1:00

Nichols Salve Regina

noon noon

SEPTEMBER 2 17 24 OCTOBER 1 15 22 29 NOVEMBER 5 12

@ NY Maritime Mass. Maritime @ MIT

SEPTEMBER 4 11 19 25 OCTOBER 3 17 24 31 NOVEMBER 7 14

L 0-30 W 47-41 L 26-51

Coast Guard L 14-21 Western New England L 35-58 @ Endicott L 14-37 Curry W 21-20 @ Salve Regina @ Nichols

Salve Regina @ Coast Guard Maine Maritime @ Nichols

1:00 1:30 1:00 noon

@ MIT Endicott

1:00 1:00

2015 RESULTS (4-6, 3-4)

2015 RESULTS (3-6, 2-5) SEPTEMBER 5 19 26 OCTOBER 3 17 24 31 NOVEMBER 7 14

Bridgewater State 7:00 Anna Maria 1:00 @ Western New England 1:00

L 14-49 W 17-8

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@ Bridgewater State L 21-42 Fitchburg State L 3-31 @ Anna Maria W 23-16 Western New England L 10-49 @ Salve Regina Nichols Coast Guard @ Maine Maritime

L 13-31 W 20-13 W 42-14 L 20-21

@ Endicott MIT

L 21-27 W 26-24


2016 OPPONENTS MIT

NICHOLS

October 29, 2016 @ Cambridge, Mass. Noon

October 22, 2016 @ Dudley, Mass. Noon

Location: Cambridge, Mass. Enrollment: 4,512 Nickname: Engineeers Colors: Cardinal and Gray Home Field: Steinbrenner Stadium (1,600) President: L. Rafael Reif Athletic Director: Julie Soriero SID: Ken Johnson SID Phone: (617) 258-5265 SID Email: krjjr38@mit.edu Head Coach: Chad Martinovich (Hobart ‘94) Coach’s Record: 27-39 (8th season) Starters Returning/Lost: 15/7

Location: Dudley, Mass. Enrollment: 1,071 Nickname: Bison Colors: Black and White Home Field: Vendetti Field (1,500) President: Susan West Engelkemeyer Athletic Director: Chris Colvin SID: Pete DiVito SID Phone: (508) 213-2352 SID Email: petedivito@nichols.edu Head Coach: Dale Olmsted (West Liberty State) Coach’s Record: 2-18 (3rd season) Starters Returning/Lost: 19/3

SERIES INFORMATION

SERIES INFORMATION

First Game: 2013 (CGA 37-20) Series Record: Coast Guard leads 3-0 Last Coast Guard Win: 2015, 24-6 Biggest Coast Guard Win: 2013, 37-20 Most Points in a Game: 57, (2013, CGA 37-20) Least Points in a Game: 30, (2015, CGA 24-6) Current Streak: Coast Guard has won three straight

First Game: 2012 (Coast Guard 35-21) Series Record: Series is tied 2-2 Last MIT Win: 2014, 24-13 Last Coast Guard Win: 2015, 28-13 Biggest MIT Win: 2013, 48-31 Biggest Coast Guard Win: 2012, 35-21 Most Points in a Game: 79, 2013 (MIT 48-31) Least Points in a Game: 37, 2014 (MIT 24-13) Current Streak: Coast Guard has won one

2016 SCHEDULE

2016 SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER 3 9 17 24 OCTOBER 1 15 22 29 NOVEMBER 5 12

@ Westfield State Anna Maria @ Becker @ Endicott

7:00 7:00 noon noon

Western New England @ Salve Regina Coast Guard Curry

1:00 noon noon noon

@ Maine Maritime MIT

noon noon

SEPTEMBER 2 10 17 24 OCTOBER 1 15 22 29 NOVEMBER 5 12

2015 RESULTS (1-9, 0-7) SEPTEMBER 4 12 18 26 OCTOBER 3 17 24 31 NOVEMBER 7 14

Westfield State @ Anna Maria Becker Endicott

L 21-44 W 51-29 L 14-24 L 14-22

@ Western NE @ Curry Salve Regina @ Coast Guard

L 6-49 L 13-20 L 6-35 L 6-24

@ MIT Maine Maritime

L 11-21 L 8-17

WPI Becker RPI @ Maine Maritime

7:00 1:00 noon noon

Endicott @ Western New England @ Salve Regina Coast Guard

noon 1:00 noon noon

Curry @ Nichols

1:00 noon

2015 RESULTS (2-8, 2-5)

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SEPTEMBER 4 12 19 26 OCTOBER 3 17 24 31 NOVEMBER 7 14

@ WPI @ Becker @ RPI Maine Maritime

L 28-31 L 26-37 L 7-42 W 51-26

@ Endicott @ Coast Guard Western New England Salve Regina

L 27-31 L 13-28 L 3-35 L 27-56

Nichols @ Curry

W 21-11 L 24-26


2016 OPPONENTS WESTERN NEW ENGLAND

ENDICOTT November 5, 2016 @ New London, Conn noon

November 12, 2016 @ Springfield, Mass. 1:00

Location: Springfield, Mass. Enrollment: 3,770 Nickname: Golden Bears Colors: Royal Blue & Gold Home Field: Golden Bear Stadium (1,500) President: Dr. Anthony S. Caprio Athletic Director: Mike Theulen SID: Wes Popolizio SID Phone: (413) 782-1227 SID Email: wes.popolizo@wne.edu Head Coach: Keith Emery (Dickinson ‘94) Coach’s Record: 67-45 (12th season) Starters Returning/Lost: 15/7

Location: Beverly, Mass. Enrollment: 2,650 Nickname: Gulls Color: Blue & Green Home Field: Hempstead Stadium (3,000) President: Dr. Richard E. Wylie Athletic Director: Bryan Wylie, Ph. D. SID: Shawn Mederios SID Phone: (978) 998-8043 SID Email: smedeiro@endicott.edu Head Coach: Kevin DeWall (Hobart, ‘00) Coach’s Record: 5-5 (2nd season) Starters Returning/Lost: NA

SERIES INFORMATION

SERIES INFORMATION

First Game: 2013 (Endicott 33-7) Series Record: Endicott leads 3-0 Last Endicott Win: 2015, 33-5 Biggest Endicott Win: 2015, 33-5 Most Points in a Game: 40, (2013, Endicott 33-7) Least Points in a Game: 27, (2014, Endicott 14-13) Current Streak: Endicott has won all three

First Game: 2013 (CGA 41-38) Series Record: WNE leads 2-1 Last WNE Win: 2015, 51-0 Last Coast Guard Win: 2013, 41-38 Biggest WNE Win: 2015, 51-0 Biggest Coast Guard Win: 2013, 41-38 Most Points in a Game: 79, (2013, CGA 41-38) Least Points in a Game: 29, (2014, WNE 22-7) Current Streak: WNEU has won two straight

2016 SCHEDULE

2016 SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER 3 10 17 24 OCTOBER 1 15 22 29 NOVEMBER 5 12

@ Framingham State Hobart St. Lawrence Nichols

noon noon noon noon

@ MIT @ Maine Maritime Western New England Salve Regina

noon noon noon noon

@ Coast Guard @ Curry

noon 1:00

SEPTEMBER 2 10 17 24 OCTOBER 1 15 22 29 NOVEMBER 5 12

2015 RESULTS (5-5, 5-2) SEPTEMBER 5 12 19 26 OCTOBER 3 17 24 31 NOVEMBER 7 14

Framingham State @ Hobart @ St. Lawrence @ Nichols

L 6-42 L 17-28 L 9-34 W 42-14

MIT @ Salve Regina Maine Maritime @ Western NE

W 31-27 L 21-40 W 37-14 L 13-19

Curry Coast Guard

W 27-21 W 33-5

@ Springfield Westfield State @ Union Curry

7:00 1:00 noon 1:00

@ Nichols MIT @ Endicott Maine Maritime

1:00 1:00 noon 1:00

@ Salve Regina Coast Guard

noon 1:00

2015 RESULTS (10-1, 7-0)

SEPTEMBER 5 11 19 25 OCTOBER 3 17 24 31 NOVEMBER 7 14 21

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Springfield @ Westfield State Union @ Curry

W 34-14 W 31-0 W 41-14 W 49-10

Nichols @ Maine Maritime @ MIT Endicott

W 49-6 W 58-35 W 35-3 W 19-13

@ Coast Guard Salve Regina

W 51-0 W 28-21 @ Johns Hopkins (NCAA) L 20-52


ALL-TIME COAST COAST GUARD ACADEMY ALL-TIME ACADEMY RECORDS RECORDS INDIVIDUAL PASSING Most Yards, Game: 469, Jon Resch vs. Maine Maritime, 2009 Most Yards, Season: 2,514, Jon Resch, 2012 Most Yards, Career: 4,866, Derek Victory, 2013-Present Passes Attempted, Game: 67*, Kurt Cox vs WPI, 1984 Passes Attempted, Season: 409, Derek Victory, 2014 Passes Attempted, Career: 915, Derek Victory, 2013-Present Passes Completed, Game: 36, Derek Victory vs. WNE, 2013 Passes Completed, Season: 220, Derek Victory, 2014 Passes Completed, Career: 508, Derek Victory, 2013-Present Touchdown Passes, Game: 6, Jon Resch vs. Maine Maritime, 2012 6, Jon Resch vs. Maine Maritime, 2009 Touchdown Passes, Season: 23, Jon Resch, 2012 Touchdown Passes, Career: 38, Jon Resch, 2009-12

TEAM DEFENSIVE RECORDS Yards Rushing, Game: Yards Rushing, Season: Yards Passing, Game: Yards Passing, Season: Total Yards, Game: Avg. Total Yards, Season: Interceptions, Game: Interceptions, Season: First Downs, Game: First Downs, Season: Avg. points Per Game, Season: Fumbles Recovered, Game: Fumble Recovered, Season: QB Sacks, Game: QB Sacks, Season:

INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Passes Caught, Game: 16, Collis Brown vs. WNE, 2013 Passes Caught, Season: 70, Eric Gerken, 2011 Passes Caught, Career: 191, Collis Brown, 2011-14 Yards, Game: 244, Collis Brown vs. WNE, 2013 Yards, Season: 983, Collis Brown, 2013 Yards, Career: 2,356, Christian Lee, 1993-96 TD Passes Caught, Game: 3, Casey Paris vs. Maine Maritime, 2012 Steve Arguelles vs. Maine Maritime, 2008 Ed Richard vs Buffalo, 1977; Alex Simonka vs. Seton Hall, 1978; Jesse Morton vs. WPI, 1993 Al Thompson vs. Plymouth State, 1996 TD Passes Caught, Season: 9, Al Thompson, 1996 & 1997 TD Passes Caught, Career: 24, Al Thompson, 1994-1997

TEAM OFFENSIVE RECORDS Most Passing Yards, Game: Most Passing Yards, Season: Most Passes Attempted, Game: Most Passes Attempted, Season: Most Passes Completed, Game: Most Passes Completed, Season: Most TD Passes, Game: Most TD Passes, Season: Most Rushing Yards, Game: Most Rushing Yards, Season: Most Total Offense Yards, Game: Most Total Offense Yards, Season: Most First Downs, Game: Most First Downs, Season: Most Points Scored, Game: Most Points Scored, Season: Most Return Yards, Game:

INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Most Yards, Game: 277, Jon Tillman vs. WPI, 2003 Most Yards, Season: 1,369, James Jones, 1996 Most Yards Per Game, Season: 138.8, Jon Tillman, 2003 Most Yards, Career: 3,380, James Jones, 1993-96 Rushes, Game: 42, James Jones vs. Kings Point, 1996 Rushes, Season: 319, James Jones, 1996 Rushes, Career: 833, James Jones, 1993-96 TDs Rushing, Game: #6, John Thompson vs. Middlebury, 1941 TDs Rushing, Season: 22, James Jones, 1996 TDs Rushing, Career: 38, James Jones, 1993-96 TOTAL OFFENSE Most Yards, Game: Most Yards, Season: Most Yards, Career: Most Points, Season: Most Points, Career:

504, Jeff Hagan vs Trinity, 1985 2,675, Jon Resch, 2012 5,067, Derek Victory, 2013-Present 132, James Jones, 1996 228, James Jones, 1993-96

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE RECORDS Interceptions, Game: 4, Ron Davies vs Norwich, 1989; Kip Whiteman vs RPI,1989; Tom Vorholt vs RPI, 1975; Bob Rzemieniwski vs RPI, 1972; Rick Cueroni vs RPI, 1952 Interceptions, Season 11, Steve Arguelles, 2006; Ron Davies, 1989; Bill Bryant, 1973 Interceptions, Career: 24, Ron Davies 1988-91 Int’s Ret. for TD, Season: 2, Ron Davies,1990 Interception Yards, Season: 260, Bill Bryant,1973 Consec. Games with an Int.: 7, Ron Davies, 1989-90 Punt Return Yards, Game: 167, Eric Gerken vs. Fitchburg St., 2010 Tackles & Assists, Game: 32, Rich Heppenstall, 1992 Tackles & Assists, Season: 160, Rich Heppenstall, 1992 Tackles & Assists, Career: 388, Mike Gardner, 1974-78 QB Sacks, Game: 5, Gary Tomasulo vs Wesleyan; 5, Steve Ziomek vs. Colby QB Sacks, Season: 16, Steve Ziomek, 1971

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-112, 1989 vs. Wesleyan 652, 1989 0, 1977, vs Kings Point; 1982 vs. Hofstra 994, 1974 51, 1977 vs.Western Conn. 224.5, 1988 7, 1985 vs. RPI; 1975 vs. RPI 24, 1973 3, 1977 vs. Western Conn. 131, (13.1 per game) 1988 5.25, 1963 6, 1984 vs. Marist 27, 1980 13, 1989 vs. Wesleyan, 1977 vs. Trinity 47, 1973

482, 2009 vs. Maine Maritime 2,694, 2012 67*, 1984 vs. WPI 436*, 1984 36, 2009 vs. Maine Maritime 239, 2012 7, 1985 24, 2012 463, 1988 vs. WPI 3,414, 1988 684, 2007 vs. Fitchburg State 3,661, 2012 32, 2007 vs. Fitchburg State 197, 2007 62, 2004 vs. Mass. Maritime 1985 vs. N.Y. Maritime 345, 1996 203, 1990 vs. USMMA

KICKING Most PAT’s, Game: 8, Tyler Henning vs. Fitchburg State, 2012 8, Rob Tarantino vs. NY Maritime, 1985 Most PAT’s, Season: 46, Steve Deveau, 1996 Most PAT’s, Career: 98, Tyler Henning, 2012-2015 Most Field Goals, Game: 4, Steve Ciccalone vs. Trinity, 1971 Most Field Goals, Season: 12, Tyler Henning, 2013 12, David Lieberman, 2007 12, Jaime Roth, 1988 Most Field Goals, Career: 28, Tyler Henning, 2012-2015 28, Jacob Shackleford, 2008 - 2011 Best Punting Average, Game: 57, John Thompson vs. AIC, 1939 Best Punting Average, Season: 44.3, John Thompson, 1939 LONGEST PLAYS Longest Pass: 96 yds., Jon Resch to Pat Meggers vs. Fitchburg St., 2012 Longest Rush: 97 yds., Scott Huerter vs Norwich, 1988 Longest Punt: 81 yds., Jesse Harms vs. Norwich, 2005 Gene Kenny vs. Wesleyan, 1948 John Thompson vs. AIC, 1939 Longest FG: 50 yds., Phil Heyl vs. WPI 1974 Longest Interception Return: 95 yds., Tom Hawkins vs. RPI, 1947 Longest Interception Return for TD: 95 yds., Tom Hawkins vs RPI, 1947 Longest Kickoff Return: 97 yds., Justin Andrews vs. WPI (no TD), 2004 97 yds., Marcus Canady vs WPI, 1999 Longest Kick Return for TD: 97 yds., Canady vs WPI, 1999 Longest Punt Return: 90 yds., Bob Cross vs RPI, 1968 Longest Punt return for TD: 90 yds., Bob Cross vs RPI, 1968 * New England College Division Record # Ties New England College Division Record


The Automated ScoreBook 2005 FINAL STATISTICS 2015 FINAL STATISTICS Coast Guard Combined Team Statistics (as of Jun 03, 2016) All games

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Date Sep 03, 2015 Sep 12, 2015 Sep 19, 2015 Sep 26, 2015 Oct 3, 2015 Oct 17, 2015 Oct 24, 2015 Oct 31, 2015 Nov 07, 2015 Nov 14, 2015

Opponent ANNA MARIA at Merchant Marine at Catholic Cardinals SALVE REGINA at Maine Maritime MIT at Curry NICHOLS WESTERN NEW ENGLAND at Endicott

Rushing

gp

att

gain loss

net avg

Mike Clancy Camden Cecchini Derek Victory Jordan Groff Colin Cashin Jeff Porter Ethan Goldcamp Kyle Wood Adam Davis TEAM Total Opponents

10 106 486 31 455 10 50 137 37 100 8 42 134 45 89 10 22 99 11 88 5 9 38 2 36 3 6 20 0 20 4 7 16 12 4 9 1 0 0 0 6 25 76 77 -1 7 9 0 41 -41 10 277 1006 256 750 10 509 2650 139 2511

Passing

gp

Derek Victory Adam Davis Ethan Goldcamp Total Opponents Receiving

Jordan Groff Cody Bain Kyle Jackson Carter Provost Mike Clancy Camden Cecchini Mitch Holloway Jacob Pawlina Colin Cashin Geremy Kendrick Logan Graham Charles Crowley Total Opponents Field Goals

Tyler Henning Scoring

Tyler Henning Jordan Groff Mike Clancy Kyle Jackson Joe Rizzardi Camden Cecchini Cody Bain Derek Victory Carter Provost Colin Cashin Paul Puddington Mark Behne Total Opponents Score by Quarters Coast Guard Opponents

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Defensive Leaders

Score 34-6 3-14 24-40 21-20 21-14 28-13 14-42 24-6 0-51 5-33

W L L W W W L W L L

effic comp-att-int

Att. 1650 3000 2375 3416 2011 2986 1006 1686 2409 775

td

yds

37 45.5 11 10.0 15 11.1 15 8.8 12 7.2 10 6.7 10 1.0 0 0.0 14 -0.2 0 -5.9 37 75.0 61 251.1 td

8 111.81 106-193-2 6 89.39 50-101-4 4 72.29 13-26-0 10 101.52 169-320-6 10 131.04 178-292-11

54.9 1119 6 49.5 457 3 50.0 69 0 52.8 1645 9 61.0 1991 18

gp

td

no.

yds

10 48 438 9 25 352 9 25 255 10 24 350 10 16 39 10 13 60 9 11 112 6 2 19 5 2 7 2 1 7 1 1 6 4 1 0 10 169 1645 10 178 1991 fg

7-12 td

avg

9.1 14.1 10.2 14.6 2.4 4.6 10.2 9.5 3.5 7.0 6.0 0.0 9.7 11.2

pct. 01-19

20-29

58.3 0-0 fg

- 7-12 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 - 22 7-12 32 6-12 1st

2-2

19-20 19-20 27-31 2nd

gp

33 43.8 45 39.1 37 28.3 39 35.0 11 3.9 18 6.0 32 12.4 12 3.2 7 1.4 7 3.5 6 6.0 0 0.0 45 164.5 64 199.1

30-39

4-8

40-49

1-2

Interceptions

0-1 0-1 -

3rd

46 55

ua

- - - - - - - - 0-1 - - - - - 0-1 - 0-1

4th

OT

24 40

0 0

a

4 3 1 1 1 1

Punting

50-99

0-0

1 1 -

no.

lg blk

Mark Behne Kyle Jackson Ryan Robertson Total Opponents

pts

Kick Returns

no.

- 40 - 24 - 24 - 18 - 14 - 12 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 0 - 174 1 239

0

7 2 2 11 25

Camden Cecchini Will Daniels Jacob Pawlina Total Opponents All Purpose

Jordan Groff Camden Cecchin Mike Clancy Will Daniels Cody Bain Total Opponents

20 14 6 40 27

g

Derek Victory Adam Davis Mike Clancy Camden Cecchini Jordan Groff Total Opponents

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Sacks no yds

CGA 145 44 83 18 750 277 2.7 75.0 10 1645 169-320-6 5.1 9.7 164.5 9 2395 4.0 239.5 40-808 11-176 11-209 9-7 40-342 61-40.8 23:55 38/126 4/12 yds avg

70 26 40 15 30 28

td

17.5 8.7 40.0 15.0 30.0 28.0

rush

yds avg

td

335 375 98 808 555 rcv

16.8 26.8 16.3 20.2 20.6 pr

Pass defense int yds brup

g plays

8 6 10 10 10 10 10

qbh

52 20 40 15 30 28 fc i20 50+ blk

5 12 23 13 0 0 0 0

td

17.6 18.0 8.5 16.0 7.6

OPP 233 132 93 8 2511 509 4.9 251.1 14 1991 178-292-11 6.8 11.2 199.1 18 4502 5.6 450.2 27-555 25-191 6-67 20-8 77-754 43-33.1 36:05 74/165 17/30

tb

yds avg

123 36 17 176 191

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

lg

2 0 1 0 0 0

lg

10 88 438 0 10 100 60 0 10 455 39 0 10 0 0 0 9 0 352 0 10 750 1645 176 10 2511 1991 191

Total Offense

tfl/yds

Away 1-4 1-2 0-2

60 2491 41.5 69 1 0 0.0 0

Punt Returns

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Home 4-1 3-1 1-0

no. yds avg

Tyler Henning TEAM

Total 174 239

Tackles tot

no.

Joe Rizzardi Mark Behne Paul Puddington Ed Lazowski Will Daniels James Rizzo

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

kick

34 70 34 110

lg avg/g

45 139.9 44 76.2 12 17.2 45 164.5 64 199.1

lg avg/g

3 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 18

Overall 5-5 4-3 1-2

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions

lg avg/g

4.3 4 2.0 2 2.1 2 4.0 1 4.0 1 3.3 0 0.6 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 -4.6 0 2.7 10 4.9 14

pct

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

0 1

lg

0 0 0 0 0

47 25 0 47 22 lg

0 0 0 0 0

30 53 20 53 47

kr

ir

total avg/g

0 0 526 52.6 335 0 495 49.5 0 0 494 49.4 375 30 405 40.5 0 0 352 39.1 808 209 3588 358.8 555 67 5315 531.5

rush

pass

total avg/g

235 89 1119 1208 151.0 126 -1 457 456 76.0 106 455 0 455 45.5 50 100 0 100 10.0 22 88 0 88 8.8 597 750 1645 2395 239.5 801 2511 1991 4502 450.2 Fumbles rcv yds

ff

blkd kick

saf


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ALL-TIME SCORES CG 0 0 0 CG 0 0 0 CG 0 0 12 19

1922 (0-3) R.I. College Newport Torp. Providence

Opp 12 6 26

1923 (0-3) Providence R.I. College Lowell Tech

Opp 27 13 14

1926 (2-2) Harvard JV Lowell Textile Tufts JV Connecticut JV

Opp 45 12 0 0

CG 0 0 6 0 3 6 26

1927 (1-6) Canisius Connecticut Arnold Harvard JV Boston Coll. JV R.I. College Arnold

Opp 46 38 13 19 45 13 0

CG 0 0 12 26 20 0 6 45

1928 (3-3-2) Opp Lowell Textile 14 Rhode Island 7 Harvard JV 12 Arnold 0 Arnold 0 Connecticut 20 Providence 6 Long Island Univ. 0

CG 6 0 25 13 0 0 0 0

1929 (1-6-1) Opp Brooklyn 6 Norwich 7 Long Island Univ. 0 Lowell Textile 20 Connecticut 19 R.I. College 27 Providence 33 St. Thomas 34

CG 1930 (4-5) Opp 0 Harvard 33 0 Vermont 13 0 Norwich 6 0 Rhode Island 26 0 Connecticut 13 27 Brooklyn 0 12 Long Island Univ. 6 61 Cooper Union 0 18 Seton Hall 7 CG 1931 (4-2-1) 7 Worcester Tech 13 Brooklyn 0 Middlebury 6 Rhode Island

Opp 6 0 15 33

0 6 44

Connecticut Norwich Seton Hall

0 0 0

CG 0 0 8 0 0 13

1932 (1-3-2) Worcester Tech Colby Norwich Rhode Island Connecticut Mass. State

Opp 0 21 0 13 0 21

CG 25 13 6 12 0 8

1933 (3-2-1) Worcester Tech Trinity Middlebury Rhode Island Connecticut Norwich

Opp 0 0 20 20 0 7

CG 1934 (1-6) 13 Colby 13 Worcester Tech 2 Middlebury 6 Trinity 0 Rhode Island 0 Connecticut 6 Norwich

Opp 19 0 32 14 19 13 19

CG 1935 (2-5) 0 Wesleyan 3 Worcester Tech 8 Middlebury 3 American 7 Rhode Island 0 Connecticut 19 Norwich

Opp 27 6 6 6 13 7 0

CG 1936 (2-2-3) 0 Wesleyan 0 Worcester Tech 0 Middlebury 6 Norwich 14 American 12 Connecticut 26 Mass. State

Opp 0 0 12 6 7 45 20

CG 1937 (3-3-1) 0 Wesleyan 7 Worcester Tech 0 Middlebury 6 Norwich 0 AIC 7 Mass. State 0 Connecticut CG 1938 (2-6) 0 Wesleyan 0 Worcester Tech 0 Middlebury 13 Norwich

Opp 21 6 46 0 6 6 0

0 Trinity 19 Rensselaer 0 Mass. State 6 Connecticut

Opp 27 9 7 0

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26 7 7 25

CG 1939 (0-8) 7 Wesleyan 0 Worcester Tech 14 Middlebury 7 Norwich 6 Rensselaer 0 Mass. State 0 Connecticut 0 AIC

Opp 20 6 19 17 12 6 14 7

CG 1940 (4-4) 9 Connecticut 17 Worcester Tech 0 Rensselaer 16 Norwich 14 Trinity 27 Wesleyan 33 Middlebury 19 Mass. State

Opp 10 0 8 27 20 7 0 6

CG 1941 (6-2) 38 Rhode Island 7 Connecticut 48 Worcester Tech 34 Rensselaer 19 Norwich 13 Trinity 20 Wesleyan 57 Middlebury

Opp 0 0 0 0 13 14 21 0

CG 1942 (7-2) 14 Wesleyan 40 Worcester Tech 14 Colby 6 Norwich 35 Trinity 33 Rensselaer 52 Middlebury 0 Connecticut 14 Springfield

Opp 6 0 12 13 7 0 0 16 13

CG 1943 (3-6) 25 Bates 12 Yale 0 Dartmouth 0 Holy Cross 7 Rensselaer 27 Bates 7 Tufts 12 Worcester 31 Brown

Opp 6 20 47 33 0 6 20 19 34

CG 1944 (6-3) 33 Bates 40 Tufts 3 Yale

Opp 0 7 7

39 Worcester Tech 38 Rensselaer 0 Army 14 Holy Cross 20 Brown 19 Dartmouth CG 6 0 0 7 0 6 6 6

1945 (0-7-1) Tufts Virginia Scranton Rensselaer Harvard Brown Holy Cross Yale

0 6 76 26 0 0 Opp 14 39 0 18 25 33 39 41

CG 1946 (3-5) 33 Rensselaer 14 Amherst 18 Colby 0 Harvard 14 Yale 13 Connecticut 13 Tufts 7 Boston U. CG 1947 (2-3-2) 19 Rensselaer 0 Amherst 20 Colby 7 Middlebury 7 Rhode Island 0 Connecticut 13 Worcester Tech

Opp 0 13 12 69 47 27 18 34

CG 1948 (4-3) 20 Arnold 12 Amherst 7 Wesleyan 0 Middlebury 19 Norwich 19 Colby 13 Rensselaer

Opp 0 26 20 32 0 14 6

CG 1949 (5-3) 27 Arnold 13 Amherst 6 Wesleyan 21 Kings Point 35 Lowell 33 Worcester Tech 0 Rensselaer 26 Norwich

Opp 26 27 12 14 7 32 20 0

CG 1950 (3-4) 41 Norwich 0 Trinity 27 Wesleyan 21 Amherst 0 Worcester Tech

Opp 0 41 13 27 6

Opp 19 13 6 7 27 14 8


ALL-TIME SCORES 7 Northeastern 27 Rensselaer

31 0

CG 1951 (6-0-1) Opp 20 Norwich 6 27 Trinity 19 28 Wesleyan 14 28 Amherst 20 27 Worcester Tech 7 13 Northeastern 13 35 Rensselaer 14 CG 1952 (5-2) 41 Norwich 20 Colby 40 Wesleyan 14 Amherst 10 Worcester 0 Trinity 49 Rensselaer

Opp 20 18 7 33 2 20 12

CG 1953 (4-2-1) 13 Colby 6 Wesleyan 7 Amherst 0 Worcester Tech 25 Trinity 12 Rensselaer 7 St. Michael’s

Opp 0 6 21 9 14 6 6

CG 1954 (3-4) 13 Norwich 6 Wesleyan 13 Amherst 0 Worcester 0 Trinity 35 Rensselaer 6 Drexel CG 1955 (4-3) 32 Norwich 7 Wesleyan 14 Worcester 0 Trinity 7 Drexel 13 Rensselaer 21 Amherst

Opp 12 0 33 6 42 7 26

CG 1956 (2-5) 15 Worcester Tech 12 Wesleyan 14 Norwich 14 Amherst 7 Trinity 32 Rensselaer 7 Drexel

Opp 7 19 28 27 27 0 20

CG 7 0 0

Opp 20 19 42

1957 (2-5) Wesleyan Norwich Amherst

Opp 9 14 7 27 27 0 13

14 Worcester 26 Trinity 27 Rensselaer 0 Drexel

20 7 20 6

CG 1958 (2-4-1) 30 Vermont 12 Norwich 6 Wesleyan 6 Amherst 8 Worcester 6 Trinity 28 Rensselaer

Opp 30 0 15 50 14 56 8

CG 1959 (3-5) 0 Geneva 6 Vermont 7 Norwich 17 Wesleyan 14 Amherst 13 Worcester Tech 6 Trinity 19 Rensselaer

Opp 35 34 20 15 12 20 26 2

CG 1960 (5-3) 0 Geneva 25 Vermont 7 Norwich 6 Wesleyan 14 Amherst 26 Worcester Tech 6 Trinity 46 Rensselaer

Opp 20 0 2 26 7 18 21 6

CG 1961 (4-4) 8 Vermont 6 Norwich 13 Wesleyan 7 Amherst 21 Worcester 20 Trinity 13 Rensselaer 8 Tufts CG 1962 (5-2-1) 10 Drexel 0 Norwich 21 Wesleyan 0 Amherst 9 Worcester Tech 16 Trinity 16 Central Conn. 9 Tufts

Opp 28 7 9 40 14 12 0 22

CG 1963 (8-1) 3 Drexel 9 Norwich 11 Wesleyan 7 Amherst 19 Worcester Tech 45 Trinity

Opp 0 7 8 0 7 20

18 Central Conn. 0 12 Springfield 0 0 W. Kentucky* 27 * Tangerine Bowl in Orlando CG 1964 (3-5) 6 Springfield 23 Colby 17 Norwich 20 Wesleyan 7 Amherst 0 Worcester Tech 15 Trinity 27 Central Conn.

Opp 14 0 21 21 34 13 28 18

CG 1965 (4-4) 14 Springfield 16 Colby 17 Norwich 24 Wesleyan 19 Worcester Tech 20 Trinity 7 Central Conn. 8 Kings Point

Opp 30 6 0 7 7 28 31 17

CG 1966 (0-8) 0 Springfield 12 AIC 0 Norwich 6 Wesleyan 14 Worcester Tech 15 Trinity 0 Central Conn. 6 Kings Point

Opp 21 19 40 41 16 57 21 47

CG 1967 (0-8) Opp 0 Springfield 62 14 AIC 35 10 Norwich 16 0 Wesleyan 29 7 Worcester 19 28 Trinity 30 0 Central Conn. 29 10 Cal-Riverside 27 CG 1968 (3-7) Opp 0 Springfield 39 14 American Int’l. 27 22 Norwich 26 26 Wesleyan 23 7 Southwestern 33 0 Worcester Tech. 36 21 Trinity 47 14 Rochester 42 34 Rensselaer 20 40 PMC College 14

Opp 8 8 0 29 8 16 14 8

CG 7 7 0

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1969 (2-8) AIC Wayne State Norwich

Opp 46 21 27

7 Wesleyan 6 Southwestern 30 Worcester Tech 14 Trinity 3 Middlebury 6 Lebanon Valley 6 USIU

16 3 22 27 7 21 61

CG 1970 (5-5) Opp 29 Maine Maritime 12 31 Rensselaer 3 16 Colby 7 13 Norwich 35 10 Wesleyan 7 22 Southwestern 24 6 Worcester Tech 14 21 Trinity 31 7 Case West Res. 22 27 Lebanon Valley 21 CG 1971 (8-2) Opp 21 Maine Maritime 6 28 Rensselaer 27 26 Colby 13 60 Norwich 14 34 Wesleyan 35 21 Tufts 16 31 Worcester Tech 23 19 Trinity 17 27 Case West. Res. 14 7 Washington & Lee 28 CG 1972 (3-7) Opp 13 Southwestern 23 24 Rensselaer 7 16 Colby 36 20 Norwich 6 29 Wesleyan 31 14 Tufts 29 13 Worcester Tech 12 9 Trinity 35 6 Maine Maritime 10 12 Drexel 35 CG 1973 (8-2) 0 Southern Conn. 30 Rensselaer 28 Colby 20 Norwich 27 Wesleyan 41 Tufts 27 Worcester Tech 10 Trinity 19 AIC 9 Drexel

Opp 9 0 6 12 9 14 19 7 28 0

CG 1974 (3-7) 0 Southern Conn. 3 Rensselaer 6 Colby 15 Norwich

Opp 16 6 7 14


ALL-TIME SCORES 24 Wesleyan 7 48 Tufts 28 10 Worcester tech 18 16 Trinity 20 12 Kings Point 14 14 American Int’l. 51 CG 1975 (8-2) Opp 7 Kings Point 9 26 Rensselaer 22 28 Colby 21 10 Norwich 3 10 Wesleyan 7 20 Worcester Tech 9 3 Trinity 16 20 Hobart 14 26 Washington & Lee 3 20 Southern Conn. 7 CG 1976 (1-8) 7 Kings Point 17 Rensselaer 17 Worcester Tech 0 Norwich 6 Wesleyan 6 Southern Conn. 0 Western Conn. 0 Trinity 15 Hobart

Opp 9 0 20 38 8 27 9 35 28

CG 1977 (5-4) 6 Kings Point 29 Rensselaer 27 Worcester Tech 18 Norwich 7 Wesleyan 14 Southern Conn. 36 Western Conn. 45 Trinity 41 Buffalo

Opp 10 15 7 30 24 19 0 14 14

CG 1978 (3-7) 7 Kings Point 29 Rensselaer 21 Worcester Tech 26 Norwich 0 Wesleyan 7 Fordham 6 Southern Conn. 18 Trinity 29 Buffalo 21 Seton Hall

Opp 10 0 13 29 28 28 10 20 25 40

CG 30 6 0 0 0 9 13

Opp 23 6 10 32 33 10 27

1979 (1-8-1) Kings Point Rensselaer Worcester Tech Norwich Wesleyan Fordham Southern Conn.

7 Trinity 19 6 Pace 14 20 Seton Hall 35 CG 1980 (2-8) Opp 7 Rensselaer 12 0 Worcester Tech 14 7 Norwich 15 7 Wesleyan 26 27 Fordham 9 13 Bowdoin 35 8 Trinity 25 6 Southern Conn. 34 38 Hampden-Sydney 22 16 Hofstra 26 CG 1981 (3-6) Opp 14 Kings Point 7 0 Rensselaer 21 0 Worcester Tech 14 20 Norwich 14 3 Wesleyan 24 6 Bowdoin 0 9 Trinity 20 14 New Haven 24 8 Hofstra 22 CG 1982 (2-7) 7 Kings Point 22 Rensselaer 32 Worcester Tech 16 Norwich 8 Wesleyan 13 Bowdoin 3 Trinity 21 New Haven 12 Hofstra

Opp 14 24 59 13 27 28 35 35 9

CG 1983 (4-6) 9 Western Conn. 7 Rensselaer 14 Worcester Tech 16 Norwich 21 Wesleyan 20 Marist 45 Bowdoin 20 Trinity 14 Kings Point 10 Hofstra

Opp 12 14 35 15 18 0 15 42 21 31

CG 1984 (3-7) 7 Western Conn. 24 Rensselaer 10 Worcester Tech 6 Norwich 9 Wesleyan 13 Marist 10 Union 13 Trinity 0 Kings Point 47 NY Maritime

Opp 13 6 21 49 13 0 27 38 41 0

CG 1985 (4-6) 8 Western Conn. 22 Rensselaer 19 Worcester Tech 7 Norwich 28 Wesleyan 62 NY Maritime 24 Union 27 Trinity 14 Kings Point 17 Marist

Opp 35 9 16 24 30 0 49 34 42 13

CG 1986 (4-5) 14 Western Conn. 16 Rensselaer 18 Worcester Tech 10 Norwich 41 Wesleyan 0 Union 0 Trinity 0 Kings Point 12 Marist

Opp 6 9 42 15 19 21 31 28 7

CG 1987 (6-2) 7 Kings Point 7 Rensselaer 35 Worcester Tech 7 Norwich 15 Wesleyan 13 Marist 44 Union 30 Trinity

Opp 10 3 8 38 7 0 42 6

CG 1988 (9-1) Opp 35 Kings Point 7 0 Rensselaer 14 45 Worcester Tech 25 41 Norwich 20 13 Wesleyan 7 19 Marist 0 17 Union 10 28 Trinity 27 57 Siena 6 28 Plymouth State * 19 *ECAC North Champions CG 1989 (5-4) 22 Kings Point 14 Rensselaer 27 Worcester Tech 14 Norwich 21 Wesleyan 35 Marist 0 Union 7 Trinity 46 Siena

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Opp 24 10 34 7 10 14 24 28 0

CG 1990 (4-5) Opp 21 Kings Point 17 6 Rensselaer 7 14 Worcester Tech 17 41 Norwich 9 13 Wesleyan 14 29 Marist 0 3 Union 17 21 Trinity 10 13 Carnegie Mellon 24 CG 1991 (6-3) Opp 14 Rensselaer 7 46 Worcester Tech 34 17 Norwich 7 13 Wesleyan 16 7 Union 37 21 Trinity 14 19 Carnegie Mellon 25 39 Pace University 14 25 Kings Point 20 CG 1992 (1-8) Opp 20 UMass-Lowell 0 12 RPI 14 19 Stony Brook 24 13 Norwich 14 6 Western Conn. 8 9 Union 21 13 Plymouth 20 10 WPI 28 0 Kings Point 42 CG 1993 (4-5) 14 RPI 14 Stony Brook 21 Norwich 34 Catholic 21 Western Conn. 10 Union 14 Plymouth 18 WPI 31 Kings Point

Opp 53 21 8 0 18 52 31 21 23

CG 1994 (4-5) 17 RPI 21 Stony Brook 34 Norwich 29 Catholic 34 Western Conn. 14 Union 14 Plymouth 20 WPI 6 Kings Point

Opp 28 22 12 12 26 8 20 32 21


ALL-TIME SCORES CG 1995 (4-6) 35 Worcester State 20 RPI 20 Springfield 27 Norwich 12 Westfield State 7 Western Conn. 0 Union 2 Plymouth State 13 WPI 27 Kings Point CG 1996 (8-3) 34 RPI 42 Mass. Maritime 24 Springfield 35 Norwich 55 Westfield State 14 Western Conn. 31 Union 35 Plymouth State 52 WPI 23 Kings Point 16 College of N.J.* *NCAA Playoffs

Opp 0 21 26 6 0 28 23 9 34 9

CG 2000 (2-8) 6 Salve Regina 24 RPI 6 Springfield 10 Norwich 37 Mount Ida 13 Western Conn. 7 Union 7 Plymouth State 24 WPI 21 Kings Point

Opp 36 21 47 29 0 63 34 25 27 28

Opp 38 21 34 9 6 13 6 28 27 13 17

CG 2001 (2-7) 14 Salve Regina 7 Springfield 20 Norwich 41 Utica 15 Western Conn. 14 Union 19 Plymouth State 35 WPI 3 Kings Point

Opp 17 17 17 14 18 38 42 49 7

CG 2002 (2-7) 27 Mass. Maritime 12 RPI 14 Springfield 17 Norwich 14 Western Conn. 12 Union 34 Plymouth State 14 WPI 6 Kings Point

Opp 0 34 64 24 38 17 33 40 31

CG 1997 (9-2) Opp 22 RPI (OT) 16 13 Mass. Maritime 8 26 Springfield (OT) 20 27 Norwich 10 44 Westfield State 28 21 Western Conn. 14 6 Union 14 19 Plymouth State 0 44 WPI 0 34 Kings Point 16 0 Rowan * 43 *NCAA Playoffs CG 1998 (1-8) 29 Mass. Maritime 16 RPI 8 Springfield 0 Norwich 0 Western Conn. 7 Union 10 Plymouth State 2 WPI 7 Kings Point

Opp 21 45 49 17 16 41 29 26 46

CG 1999 (1-9) 7 Mass. Maritime 3 RPI 31 Springfield 10 Norwich 7 Mount Ida 14 Western Conn. 14 Union 0 Plymouth State 23 WPI 21 Kings Point

Opp 19 42 20 30 40 65 24 42 27 24

13 WPI 5 Kings Point

CG 2006 (8-3) Opp 7 Merchant Marine 21 35 Plymouth State 7 35 Westfield State 21 41 Mass. Maritime 0 31 Fitchburg State 30 21 Bridgewater State 17 17 Worcester State 10 3 Maine Maritime 0 42 Framingham State 21 28 Curry # 34 22 Bridgewater St. * 41 # NEFC Championship * ECAC North Atlantic Bowl CG 2007 (8-2) Opp 36 Merchant Marine 31 19 Plymouth State 38 42 Westfield State 14 3 Mass. Maritime 0 58 Fitchburg State 34 24 Bridgewater State 21 46 Worcester State 10 38 Maine Maritime 34 34 Framingham State 7 7 Curry # 10 # NEFC Championship

CG 2003 (4-5) Opp 47 Mass. Maritime 14 7 RPI 44 10 Springfield 49 7 Norwich 34 9 Western Conn. (OT) 16 26 Union 35 49 Plymouth State 12 24 WPI 21 9 Kings Point 7 CG 2004 (1-8) 62 Mass. Maritime 14 Norwich 33 St. Lawrence 17 RPI 2 Hobart 7 Union 9 Rochester 28 WPI 7 Kings Point

Opp 7 24 34 28 31 19 37 35 16

CG 2005 (2-7) 27 Mass. Maritime 30 Norwich 7 St. Lawrence 3 RPI 13 Hobart 0 Union 6 Rochester

Opp 0 12 21 17 42 7 37

23 21

CG 7 7 16 30 29 7 17 34 23

2008 (3-6) Opp Merchant Marine 34 Plymouth State 26 Westfield State 13 Mass. Maritime 6 Fitchburg State 44 Bridgewater State 38 Worcester State 14 Maine Maritime 42 Framingham State 25

CG 27 17 8 29 34 6 17 49 20

2009 (4-5) Opp Mer. Marine (2OT) 33 Plymouth State 28 Westfield State 5 Mass. Maritime 22 Fitchburg St. (2OT) 37 Bridgewater State 27 Worcester State 14 Maine Maritime 76 Framingham State 13

CG 2010 (2-7) Opp 10 Merchant Marine 8 0 Curry 35 16 Mass. Maritime 23 19 Fitchburg St. 7 25 Bridgewater St. (OT) 32 15 Westfield State 26 7 Worcester State 31 13 Framingham St. 34 47 Maine Maritime 63

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CG 2011 (2-7) Opp 28 Merchant Marine 35 21 Curry 44 61 Mass. Maritime 30 21 Fitchburg State 28 16 Bridgewater State 24 21 Westfield State 24 30 Worcester State 31 7 Framingham St. 14 52 Maine Maritime 15 CG 2012 (5-4) Opp 37 Merchant Marine 43 35 MIT 21 38 Mass. Maritime 42 59 Fitchburg State 0 21 Bridgewater State 44 31 Westfield State 27 31 Worcester St. (OT) 28 3 Framingham St. 39 42 Maine Maritime 13 CG 2013 (3-7) Opp 17 St. Lawrence 21 20 Merchant Marine 27 7 Hampden-Sydney 49 37 Nichols 20 41 Western New Eng. 38 24 Curry 27 40 Maine Maritime 0 7 Endicott 33 14 Salve Regina 25 31 MIT 48 CG 2014 (3-7) Opp 14 St. Lawrence 45 42 Merchant Marine 31 0 Hampden-Sydney 56 28 Nichols 12 7 Western New Eng. 22 17 Curry 0 7 Maine Maritime 13 13 Endicott 14 10 Salve Regina 20 13 MIT 24 CG 2015 (5-5) Opp 34 Anna Maria 6 3 Merchant Marine 14 24 Catholic 42 21 Salve Regina 20 21 Maine Maritime 14 28 MIT 13 14 Curry 42 24 Nichols 6 0 Western NE 51 5 Endicott 33


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COAST GUARD ACADEMY IN THE NCAA PLAYOFFS NCAA Division III Playoffs--November 22, 1997 ROWAN 43, COAST GUARD 0 GLASSBORO, N.J.— Senior quarterback Greg Lister threw for 289 yards, 236 in the first half, and three touchdowns as Coast Guard was eliminated in the first round of the NCAA Playoffs for the second straight season by a team from New Jersey. Eugene Foster opened the scoring with a 15-yard touchdown run with 8:33 left in the first quarter and on the next possession Lister threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to Jamaine Crawford to make it 14-0 with 4:45 left in the first quarter. Rowan rolled up 508 yards of total offense while holding Coast Guard to just 92 total yards.

Score By Quarters Coast Guard 0 0 0 Rowan 14 16 6

0 -- 0 7 -- 43

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter R-Eugene Foster 15 rush (Mark Migliori kick) R-Crawford 23 pass from Lister (Migliori kick) 2nd Quarter R-Migliori 20 FG R-Foster 1 run (kick failed) R-Taman Bryant 12 pass from Lister (Migliori kick) 3rd Quarter R-Foster 12 pass from Lister (kick failed) 4th Quarter R-Tony Cattani 8 run (Migliori kick)

FFC Offensive Player of the Year Dan Warren led Coast Guard to a second straight FFC Championship and NCAA Playoff berth

RUSHING CG: Wolford 6-43 yards R: Peterson 7-66 yards; Foster 4-50 yards, 2 TD PASSING CG: Warren 17-8-1, 52 yards R: Lister 30-18-0, 289 yards, 3 TD RECEIVING CG: Thompson 2-24 yards; Comar 2-18 yards R: Bryant 5-104 yards, TD; Foster 5-82 yards, TD

NCAA Division III Playoffs--November 23, 1996 COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY 17, COAST GUARD 16 EWING TOWNSHIP, N.J.— Coast Guard’s season ended in dramatic fashion as the Bears scored with 1:17 left on a one-yard run by James Jones on fourth-and-one to pull within 17-16. The celebration was short lived however as the extra point sailed wide right. The Lions struck first on a 30-yard field goal by Dan Sperco and then Jaime Cropper (18 carries, 131 yards) ended the first half scoring on a 55-yard run to give the Lions a 10-0 halftime lead. Coast Guard climbed back into the game when Al Thompson (3 catches, 68 yards) ignited the Bears with 57- yard touchdown reception from Dan Warren. The Bears defense controlled the second half shutting down the option that proved to be so successful in the first half. Coast Guard tied the game 10-10 on a Steve Deveau 24-yard field goal with 12:47 left in the 4th quarter, but three minutes later, College of New Jersey quarterback Pete Harteveld capped off a five play drive with a one-yard run to give the College of New Jersey a 17-10 lead. Damon Maldonado led the Bears defense with 16 tackles, while Stan Sanchez and Ed Hernaez had 10 apiece.

RUSHING CG: Jones 29-79 yards, TD NJ: Cropper 18-131 yards, TD PASSING CG: Warren 25-11-2, 199 yards, TD NJ: Harteveld 17-9-1, 65 yards RECEIVING CG: Lee 3-71 yards; Thompson 3-68 yards, TD NJ: Prophett 3-33 yards; Russo 3-28 yards

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Score By Quarters Coast Guard 0 College of NJ 3

0 7

7 0

9 -- 16 7 -- 17

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter CNJ-Dan Sperco 30 FG 2nd Quarter CNJ-Jameon Cropper 55 run (Sperco kick) 3rd Quarter CG-Thompson 57 pass from Warren (Deveau kick) 4th Quarter CG-Deveau 24 FG CNJ-Pete Harteveld 1 run (Sperco kick) CG-James Jones 1 run (kick failed)

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SERIES RECORDS VS. ALL OPPONENTS Opponent AIC American U. Amherst Anna Maria Army Arnold-Bridgeport Bates Boston College JV Boston University Bowdoin Bridgewater State Brooklyn Brown Buffalo California Riverside Carnegie Mellon Case Western Catholic University Central Connecticut Colby Connecticut Connecticut JV Cooper Union Curry ^ Dartmouth Drexel Endicott Fitchburg State Fordham Framingham State Geneva Hampden-Sydney Harvard Harvard JV Hobart Hofstra Holy Cross Lebanon Valley LIU Maine Maritime Marist Mass. Maritime Massachusetts State Merchant Marine Middlebury MIT Mount Ida New Haven College of New Jersey * New York Maritime Newport Torp. Sc.

W L 0 8 1 1 6 13 1 0 0 1 5 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 2 2 2 6 2 0 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 2 1 3 3 12 4 1 13 1 0 1 0 1 6 1 1 3 5 0 3 4 3 1 2 3 4 0 2 1 2 0 3 0 2 1 3 1 3 0 3 1 1 3 1 8 5 8 0 12 3 3 3 14 30 4 9 2 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 1

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Opponent Nichols Northeastern Norwich Pace Pennsylvania Military Plymouth State Providence Rensselaer Rhode Island Rochester Rowan # Salve Regina Scranton Seton Hall Siena Southern Connecticut Southwestern Springfield St. Lawrence St. Michael’s St. Thomas Stony Brook Trinity Tufts Tufts JV U.S. International UMass-Lowell Union Utica Vermont Virginia Washington & Lee Wayne State Wesleyan Western Connecticut Western Kentucky ** Western New England Westfield State Widener Worcester State WPI Yale

W L 3 0 0 1 38 32 1 1 1 0 6 11 0 3 37 21 1 12 0 3 0 1 1 4 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 7 1 3 4 12 0 4 1 0 0 1 1 2 14 33 6 5 1 0 0 1 2 4 4 18 1 0 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 21 29 6 12 0 1 1 2 8 2 1 0 6 2 33 37 0 4

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

TOTALS

321

19

439

* 1996 NCAA Playoffs # 1997 NCAA Playoffs ** 1963 Tangerine Bowl ^ 2006 and 2007 NEFC Championship Games 2016 Opponents in BOLD

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92 SEASONS OF COAST GUARD ACADEMY FOOTBALL Year Coach 1922 R.S. Marron 1923 R.S. Marron 1924 1925 1926 W.R. Richards 1927 W.R. Richards 1928 W.R. Richards 1929 W.R. Richards 1930 John S. Merriman 1931 John S. Merriman 1932 John S. Merriman 1933 John S. Merriman 1934 John S. Merriman 1935 John S. Merriman 1936 John S. Merriman 1937 John S. Merriman 1938 John S. Merriman 1939 John S. Merriman 1940 John S. Merriman 1941 John S. Merriman 1942 John S. Merriman 1943 John S. Merriman 1944 John S. Merriman 1945 John S. Merriman 1946 Nelson W. Nitchman 1947 Nelson W. Nitchman 1948 Nelson W. Nitchman 1949 Nelson W. Nitchman 1950 Nelson W. Nitchman 1951 Nelson W. Nitchman 1952 Nelson W. Nitchman 1953 Nelson W. Nitchman 1954 Nelson W. Nitchman 1955 Nelson W. Nitchman 1956 Nelson W. Nitchman 1957 Nelson W. Nitchman 1958 Nelson W. Nitchman 1959 Otto Graham 1960 Otto Graham 1961 Otto Graham 1962 Otto Graham 1963 Otto Graham 1964 Otto Graham 1965 Otto Graham 1966 Frank S. Kapral 1967 Frank S. Kapral 1968 Tad Schroeder

W 0 0 -No -No 2 1 3 1 4 4 1 3 1 2 2 3 2 0 4 6 7 3 6 0 3 2 4 5 3 6 5 4 3 4 2 2 2 3 5 4 5 8 3 4 0 0 3

L T CGA OPP 3 0 0 44 3 0 0 54 Season Season 2 0 31 57 6 0 41 174 3 2 109 59 6 1 44 146 5 0 118 104 2 1 76 54 3 2 21 55 2 1 64 47 6 0 40 116 5 0 40 65 2 3 58 90 3 1 20 85 6 0 38 108 8 0 34 101 4 0 135 78 2 0 236 48 2 0 208 67 6 0 121 185 3 0 206 122 7 1 31 209 5 0 112 220 3 2 66 94 3 0 90 98 3 0 161 138 4 0 123 118 0 1 178 93 2 0 174 112 2 1 70 62 4 0 73 126 3 0 94 97 5 0 101 129 5 0 74 134 4 1 96 173 5 0 82 164 3 0 130 100 4 0 96 132 2 1 81 91 1 0 124 70 5 0 115 149 4 0 125 126 8 0 53 262 8 0 69 247 7 0 178 307

1969 Tad Schroeder 1970 Tad Schroeder 1971 Tad Schroeder 1972 Tad Schroeder 1973 Tad Schroeder 1974 Otto Graham 1975 Otto Graham 1976 Bill Hickey 1977 Bill Hickey 1978 Bill Hickey 1979 Bill Hickey 1980 Larry Rutledge 1981 Larry Rutledge 1982 Larry Rutledge 1983 Bob Campiglia 1984 Bob Campiglia 1985 Bob Campiglia 1986 Tom Bell 1987 Tom Bell 1988 Tom Bell 1989 Tom Bell 1990 Tom Bell 1991 Tom Bell 1992 Tom Bell 1993 Bill Schmitz 1994 Bill Schmitz 1995 Bill Schmitz 1996 Bill Schmitz 1997 Chuck Mills 1998 Bob Estock 1999 Bill George 2000 Bill George 2001 Bill George 2002 Bill George 2003 Bill George 2004 Bill George 2005 Bill George 2006 Bill George 2007 Bill George 2008 Bill George 2009 Bill George 2010 Bill George 2011 Bill George 2012 Bill George 2013 Bill George 2014 Bill George 2015 Bill George 92 SEASON RECORD

CGA’S TOP 10 REGULAR SEASONS Year 1963 1951 1997 2007 2006 1988 1996 1975 1973 1971

Record 8-0-0 6-0-1 9-1-0 8-1-0 8-1-0 8-1-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0

Pct. 1.000 .926 .900 .889 .889 .889 .800 .800 .800 .800

2 8 0 86 251 5 5 0 182 176 8 2 0 264 193 3 7 0 148 181 8 2 0 211 104 3 7 0 148 181 8 2 0 170 111 1 8 0 68 175 5 4 0 223 133 3 7 0 164 203 1 8 1 91 209 2 8 0 129 218 3 6 0 74 146 2 7 0 134 244 4 6 0 176 203 3 7 0 139 208 4 6 0 228 222 4 5 0 111 178 6 2 0 158 114 9 1 0 283 135 5 4 0 186 151 4 5 0 164 115 6 3 0 201 174 1 8 0 102 171 4 5 0 177 227 4 5 0 189 181 4 6 0 163 156 8 3 0 345 195 9 2 0 256 126 1 8 0 79 290 1 9 0 130 333 2 8 0 155 310 2 7 0 168 219 2 7 0 150 281 4 5 0 188 232 1 8 0 179 231 2 7 0 104 180 8 3 0 282 202 8 2 0 307 199 3 6 0 170 242 4 5 0 207 255 2 7 0 152 259 2 7 0 257 255 5 4 0 297 257 3 7 0 238 288 3 7 0 151 237 5 5 0 174 239 321-439-19 12,510 15,302

CGA’S TOP 10 SEASONS Year 1951 1988 1963 1997 2007 1971 1973 1975 1987 1941 1942

Head Coach Otto Graham Nels Nitchman Chuck Mills Bill George Bill George Tom Bell Bill Schmitz Otto Graham Tad Schroeder Tad Schroeder

Record 6-0-1 9-1-0 8-1-0 9-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 6-2-0

Pct. .929 .900 .889 .818 .800 .800 .800 .800 .750 .750 .750

Head Coach Nels Nitchman Tom Bell Otto Graham Chuck Mills Bill George Tad Schroeder Tad Schroeder Otto Graham Tom Bell John Merriman John Merriman

CGA’S FIVE POST SEASON APPEARANCES Year 2006 1997 1996 1988 1963

Record 8-3 9-2 8-3 9-1 8-1

Head Coach Bill George Chuck Mills Bill Schmitz Tom Bell Otto Graham

Post Season Result Lost 41-22 to Bridgewater State in ECAC North Atlantic Bowl Lost 43-0 to Rowan in the NCAA Playoffs Lost 17-16 to College of New Jersey in NCAA Playoffs Won ECAC North Championship 28-19 over Plymouth State Lost 28-0 to Western Kentucky in the Tangerine Bowl

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COAST GUARD ACADEMY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES INDUCTED 1972

INDUCTED 1976

INDUCTED 1981

ADM E.J. ROLAND

RADM CHESTER L. HARDING

CAPT STANLEY C. LINHOLM

CAPT JAMES H. PARENT Class of 1960

Class of 1929, Football - Basketball

Class of 1931, Basketball - Football

Class of 1927

Football - Basketball - Baseball

RADM J.J.McCLELLAND

CAPT WILLIAM J. RUSSELL

Class of 1940

Class of 1953

CAPT WILLIAM J. TILLO

Class of 1926, Football

Football - Baseball - Boxing

Baseball - Basketball - Football

Class of 1954

Assistant Football Coach

CAPT J.H. FORNEY

INDUCTED 1977

Class of 1933, Football - Basketball

CAPT NAT C. SPADAFORA

CAPT OTTO E. GRAHAM, JR.

Director of Athletics 1957-1960

Class of 1953, Football

Honorary Member

Class of 1925

Athletic Director

Football Coach

Head Football Coach

O-in-C Pistol - Rifle

Basketball - Rifle - Pistol CAPT MILES H. IMLAY

Football - Track - Wrestling

LCDR H.K. McCLERNON

CAPT HAROLD J. LAND

Honorary Member

Class of 1937

Trainer - Boxing Coach 1928-1950

Football - Baseball - Boxing

CAPT WALTER R. RICHARDS

INDUCTED 1982

INDUCTED 1986

RADM THOMAS J.WETMORE III

CDR JOHN DORSEY Class of 1945, Football - Basketball

INDUCTED 1973

INDUCTED 1978

Class of 1948

CAPT R. WALDRON

CAPT LEE BAKER

Basketball - Football - Baseball

Class of 1938

Class of 1922, Football

Football - Basketball - Baseball

Director of Athletics 1927-1931

CDR J. MERRIMAN

RADM CHARLES TIGHE

Honorary Member

Class of 1935

Director of Athletics 1929-1957

Football - Boxing

Honorary Member

CAPT T.D. COMBS, JR. RADM O.A. GEORGE LIVELY

Class of 1957

Class of 1952

Football - Basketball - Baseball

Football - Outdoor Track - Wrestling CAPT WILLIAM B. HOWLAND

Head Football Coach 1929-1946

JACK CRUISE

Class 1959

Honorary Member

Soccer - Basketball - Baseball

Basketball 1929-1937

CAPT EDWIN DANIELS

Baseball 1930-1942

Class of 1953

1959-1971

Baseball - Football

Sportswriter, N.L. Day, 1931-1942

Honorary Member

Covered CGA athletics 50 + yrs.

Head Crew Coach 1971-1985

Sports Information Director

RADM J.F. THOMPSON Class of 1942, Football

WILLIAM A. STOWE

INDUCTED 1979 CAPT CHARLES COLUMBUS

INDUCTED 1983

INDUCTED 1987

INDUCTED 1974

Class of 1935

VADM WAYNE E.CALDWELL

CDR FRANK B. CARTER,

CAPT S.B. VAUGHN

Football - Basketball - Baseball

Class of 1948, Football

Class of 1950

USCG (Ret.) Class of 1944, Football - Basketball

Football - Basketball - Baseball

CAPT JOHN M. AUSTIN

CAPT LAWRENCE A. WHITE

Assistant Track Coach 1958-1959

Assistant Football Coach

Class of 1945

Class of 1951

Asst. Basketball Coach 1959-1961

Football - Basketball

Sailing - Rifle - Boxing - Wrestling

Class of 1941

CAPT FRANK KAPRAL

CAPT THORBURN S. McGOWAN

Football - Baseball - Boxing

Honorary Member

USPHS

LCDR L.T. O’NEIL

TERRILL M. GLOEGE Class of 1957, Sailing

Assistant Athletic Director 1966-’80

Honorary Member

WILLIAM H. THOMPSON

NELSON W. NITCHMAN

Business Mgr. of Athletics 1968-’80

CGA Team Doctor 1934-37

Class of 1964, Football - Baseball

CGA Sr. Medical Officer 1952-1963

Honorary Member

Head Wrestling Coach 1960-’65

Football Coach 1946-’58

Football 1966-1967

Basketball 1942-’56

Assistant Football 1958-1965

INDUCTED 1984

Baseball 1956-1958

Assistant Track 1959- 1961

RADM ROBERT A.DUIN

Class of 1962

Assistant Director of P.E.

Assistant Wrestling 1959

Class of 1948

Cross Country - Wrestling - Track

INDUCTED 1988

Intramural Director 1959-’89

Football - Basketball - Baseball INDUCTED 1980

INDUCTED 1975

CAPT RICHARD CUERONI

CAPT WILLIAM F. CASS

Class of 1953, Baseball - Football

CDR FRANK GRUNDMAN CAPT HAROLD E. FALLON, JR. Head Basketball Coach 1960-1962

CAPT HERBERT LYNCH

ROGER GUYAS Honorary Member

HMCS AMOND H. STEELE

Class of 1946, Basketball - Football RADM MARK A. WHALEN Class of 1937, Baseball - Football

Class of 1958, Football - Baseball

Class of 1957, Basketball

Class of 1937 Baseball - Basketball - Football

LCDR JOSEPH P. DIBELLA

Athletic Trainer 1960 - 2001

Honorary Member RADM CHRISTOPHER KNAPP

Trainer 1943-1957

CAPT KARL ZITTEL Football - Basketball

Honorary Member

Class of 1932

CAPT PAUL F. FOYE

Class of 1931

INDUCTED 1985

Honorary Member

Assistant Boxing Coach

RADM BOBBY F. HOLLINGSWORTH

Assistant Basketball Coach 1946-’55

1939,1941,1942

Class of 1955, Football - Baseball

Head Basketball Coach 1955-’61

Head Boxing Coach 1940

Head Baseball Coach 1945-’55

Head Cross Country Coach 1942-1944,1955,1957

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COAST GUARD ACADEMY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES INDUCTED 1989

CAPT LARRY L. DAVIS

INDUCTED 1998

CAPT RICHARD REA

Class of 1937

CAPT THOMAS E. BERNARD

Class of 1976

Class of 1933

Football-Basketball-Baseball

Class of 1970

Football-Baseball

Sailing & Basketball

Head Football Coach 1993-’96

ADM JAMES M. LOY

CDR DAVID SKEWES

Football - Basketball

BILL SCHMITZ

CAPT BRUCE W. PLATZ, JR. CDR GREG MAGEE

Class of 1971, Track-Football

Class of 1969

Class of 1964

Class of 1979 Gymnastics-Soccer

Indoor - Outdoor Track

INDUCTED 1994

Basketball-Out. Track-

GEOFF CARDINALI

Cross Country

DAVE DUBOIS

Director of Health & Physical Educa-

Class of 1969

tion 1980 - 2003

Basketball - Baseball

Instructor on CGA 1963 - 2003

INDUCTED 2002 LARRY E. RUTLEDGE

MURRAY W. BOGGS

Honorary Member

Class of 1953

Director of Intramurals 1991-1998

Football - Basketball

STEVE ELDRIDGE

CAPT JAMES T. CLUNE

Honorary Member

Class of 1948

Asst. Director of P.E. 1990-98

Wrestling and Cross Country Coach

Cross Country - Track & Wrestling

Head Track Coach 1985-1991

Honorary Member

Head Football Coach 1980-1982

Women’s XC Coach 1982-2008

Asst. Football Coach 1967-1979

Asst. Coach, Track 1981-95 VADM JAMES D. HULL

INDUCTED 1990

CAPT DONALD E. ESTES

CAPT ARTHUR JOHNSON

Class of 1971

Director of Club Sports 1993-1998 LEROY E. FALCONI

Class of 1936

Cross Country

INDUCTED 1999

Football - Swimming - Baseball

Indoor & Outdoor Track

CDR SCOTT E. HARTLEY

Class of 1969

Class of 1977

Wrestling - Football

JAMES LIGHTNER

MARTIN HOPPE

Class 1962

Class of 1965

Football - Wrestling

Basketball & Soccer

CDR WILLIAM PARK, III

INDUCTED 1995

Class of 1960

RADM EDWARD J. BARRETT

Sailing -Athlete & Coach

Class of 1966

Swimming CAPT ROBERT E. REININGER CHARLES DENNIS

Class of 1978

Honorary Member

Crew

Head Swimming Coach 1970-1999 INDUCTED 2003 DON PINHEY

Football INDUCTED 1991

MICHAEL P. BUTLER

Honorary Member

Class of 1978

Head Baseball Coach 1968-1999

Football - Wrestling

CAPT THOMAS J. McCARTHY

THOMAS L. MILLS

Head Tennis Coach 1977-1979

Class of 1964

Class of 1970

Head Volleyball Coach 1983-84

Football - Baseball - Track

Wrestling

Asst. Football Coach several times

CDR JAMES ELLIS Class of 1966 Football - Wrestling - Baseball

ROBERT E. LEGGETT

INDUCTED 1996

Class of 1963

ALEXANDER OGG

LCDR ALEX O. SIMONKA Class of 1979

CDR K. KYLE MOORE

Baseball - Basketball

Class of 1976

Football-Basketball-Baseball

Class of 1983

Football & Baseball

Business Manager, CGA Athletics

Swimming

CAPT DARREL W. STARR, JR.

Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Class of 1948

DR. TOM HAAS

Football - Wrestling

Class of 1973

INDUCTED 2000

WILLIAM P. REILLY Class of 1953

Wrestling Coach

Honorary Member

CDR LEE T. ROMASCO

Football - Baseball

Softball Coach 1989-92 & 93-96

Class of 1978

INDUCTED 1992

Soccer-Baseball

INDUCTED 2004

CAPT ROBERT W. THORNE

INDUCTED 1997

ROBERT C. BENSON

Class of 1969

DENNIS G. BOHLAYER

INDUCTED 2001

Class of 1954

Basketball - Soccer - Tennis

Class of 1973

CDR KURT COLELLA

Basketball - Baseball

Cross County & Track

Class of 1981

CDR STEVE C. MARTIN

Track

Class of 1964

DR. RAY CIEPLIK

Sailing

Honorary Member

HALLIE GREGORY

Member of the Intercollegiate Yacht

Soccer Coach 1970-2001

Honorary Member

CAPT ROBERT E. MOBLEY Class of 1979 Basketball

Associate A.D. 1989-1999

Head Men’s Basketball Coach ’84-’89

CAPT JAMES F. MURRAY

Director of Athletics 1999-Present

Head Men’s Track Coach ’78-’84

Class of 1976

GEORGE M. RYNICK

Assistant Baseball 1987-1998

Asst. Director of Athletics, 1989

Wrestling

Class of 1949

Assistant Gymnastics 1970-1986 CAPT LEN KELLY

CDR MOLLY K. RIORDAN

Racing Hall of Fame

Wrestling CDR JAMES M. SHARPE

Class of 1974

Class of 1983

INDUCTED 1993

Class of 1964

Football-Track

Volleyball - Softball

LCDR DENNIS J. BRADY

Football - Wrestling - Baseball STEVEN G. SCHEMBER

Class of 1963 Cross Country

Class of 1967

Outdoor Track

Football - Outdoor Track

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COAST GUARD ACADEMY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES CAPT CARL W. SELIN

INDUCTED 2009

INDUCTED 2013

INDUCTED 2015

Honorary Member

CDR STEPHEN T. CICCALONE

PETE BARRY

SUE (DONNER) BIBEAU

Director of P.E. 1959-1979

Class of 1975

Honorary Member

Class of 1980

A.D. 1967-1970

Football - Wrestling

Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Basketball - Gymnastics - Sailing

Head Baseball Coach 1959-1964

RDML JOHN H. KORN

1990-2009

Asst. Football Coach 1959-1962

Class of 1979

Head Baseball Coach

CHRIS CIEPLIK

Soccer

2000-2006

Class of 1992

CHRISTINE L. MACMILLIAN

PEDRO JIMENEZ

Honorary Member

Class of 1987

Class of 1991

Diving Coach - CGA -34 years

Softball - Basketball -

Tennis

INDUCTED 2005 ROBERT B. BROOKS

Soccer ROBERT MCCAFFREY Class of 1980

Sailing - Volleyball

Football - Wrestling JESSE “KARL” MOORE

ELIJAH FLYNN Class of 1975

INDUCTED 2010

Class of 1988

Indoor Track - Outdoor Track

DAVID W. HASTINGS

Swimming

DAVE STALTERS Class of 1980

Class of 1962 CDR WILLIAM M. RANDALL

Cross Country - Track

Soccer - Basketball - Baseball

JEN WALTHER (REVELLE)

MARK YOST

Basketball - Softball

TOM BELL

Class of 1980

Track - Crew

Honorary Member

Class of 1991

Class of 1982 Crew INDUCTED 2006

CLASS OF 2016

Wrestling

Head Football Coach JOHN WUESTNECK

CAPT STEVEN G. HEIN Class of 1974

ANNE M. (O’NEILL) SEBASTIAN

Class of 1962

JANINE (LAVALLEE) BOWMAN

Track - Football

Class of 1988

Sailing

Class of 1995

Basketball - Softball

Pistol INDUCTED 2014

CAPT SCOTT F. KAYSER Class of 1974

INDUCTED 2011

GEORGE CAPACCI

KATHY HAMBLETT

Track - Football

DALE CHITTENDEN

Class of 1975

Class of 1980

Class of 1981

Football - Wrestling

Crew - Pistol

CAPT PAUL A. LANGLOIS

Football - Wrestling JOSEPH MAKA

MARK HARRIS

STEVEN C. HARGIS

Class of 1964

Class of 1996

Class of 1980

Football - Pistol - Baseball

Basketball

Class of 1976 Crew INDUCTED 2007

Crew

CAPT JAMES I. DOUGHTY

Women’s Crew Coach 1999-’08

Class of 1954 Rifle

CAPT LAURIE H. SOMERS

AARON WATERS

TY RINOSKI

Class of 1994

Class of 1989

Football - Baseball

Football - Baseball

Class of 1965 PATTY GIANNATTASIO

Basketball - Track

JENNIFER YOUNT

CDR PATRICK L. SHUCK

Volleyball - Basketball

Class of 1981

Honorary Member Head Volleyball Coach 1997-2006

Class of 1973 INDUCTED 2008

Basketball

CAPT STEVEN J. BELLONA Class of 1973

INDUCTED 2012

Track - Cross Country

ROBERT CHRISTIANSEN

CAPT HAL F. OLSON

Football, Wrestling, Track

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Class of 1965 Class of 1953 Outdoor Track - Cross Country

BRENDAN KELLY

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JEFF NOVOTNY

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Soccer

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Honorary Member Class of 1953

JEFF PETERS

Sports Info. Director 1983-86

Class of 1989

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