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Table of Contents General Information Table of Contents, Quick Facts ....................................... 1 General/Media Information ...................................... 2-3 Ivy Composite Schedule/Football Directory/Future Cornell Schedules ........... 4

Coaching and Support Staff Head Coach Jim Knowles ........................................ 6-7 AssistantCoaches ............................................. 8-12 RecruitingAreas ................................................ 12 SupportStaff ................................................ 13-14

2006 Outlook and Team OffensiveOutlook ............................................. 16-17 Defensive Outlook ............................................ 18-19 Special Teams Outlook ........................................... 19 2006 Preseason Roster ......................................... 20-22 Meet the Veterans ............................................ 23-40 2006 Newcomers ............................................. 41-44

2006 Opponents Opponent Information ......................................... 46-55 Cornell vs. All Opponents ......................................... 56

2005 in Review/Ivy League 2005Statistics ................................................. 58 2005 Game Summaries ........................................ 59-63 2005 Ivy Standings, All-Ivy Teams, Past Ivy Champions .................... 64 2005 Ivy League Team Statistics, Annual Awards ......................... 65 2005IvyLeagueIndividualStatistics ................................. 66

History/Records

Location .............. Ithaca, N.Y. 14853 Founded ........................ 1865 Enrollment ...................... 13,700 President ................ DavidJ.Skorton Colors ........... Carnelian Red and White Affiliation ................... NCAA I-AA Conference .................. Ivy League Home Field ....... SchoellkopfField(25,597) Senior Athletic Administration Director ............... J. Andrew Noel Jr. AssociateDirector ........... Anita Brenner AssociateDirector ......... Stephen P. Erber AssociateDirector/PhysicalEducation . AlGantert AssociateDirector/Business &Finance . AlanKatz Athletic Communications Staff Director ................ Jeremy Hartigan Office Phone ............ (607) 255-9788 Cell Phone ............. (607) 351-1675 FAX .................. (607) 255-9791 E-mail .............. jh295@cornell.edu AssociateDirector ............. JulieGreco Office Phone ............ (607) 255-4688 AssistantDirector ............ TylerDenison Office Phone ............ (607) 255-5626 AssistantDirector ................... TBA Office Phone ............ (607) 255-5627 AccountsRepresentative ... Marlene Crockford Office Phone ............ (607) 255-3752 Hotline .................. (607) 255-2385 Press Box Phone ............ (607) 255-3535 World Wide Web ... www.CornellBigRed.com Credits: The 2006 Cornell football media guide is a publication of the Cornell Athletic Communications Office.Editorialcontent,layoutanddesignbyJeremy Hartigan with assistance from Julie Greco, Marlene Crockford, Elli Harkness, Dave Wohlhueter. Photography: Tim McKinney, Patrick Shanahan, Darl Zehr,HeatherNichols,TheCornellian,JeremyHartigan, StevePike,C.W.PackSports,JonReis,CornellUniversity Photography, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections-KrochLibrary,CornellUniversity,Ithaca Downtown Partnership/Ithaca CVB, Charles Harrington, Finger Lakes State Parks.

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COVERS: Front: Senior Anthony Jackson (left),juniorLukeSiwula (middle) and senior Jonathan Lucas (right) look to help Cornell earn the program’s first Ivy titlesince1988.

This is Cornell University/Cornell Athletics Realizing a Bold Dream ...................................... 110-111 Ithaca,N.Y. .................................................. 112 UniversityLeadership ........................................... 113 CornellAthleticsLeadership ...................................... 114 Meet the Big Red Coaches ....................................... 115 The Ivy League ................................................ 116 The Friedman Center ........................................... 117 SupportServices .............................................. 118 AthleticTraining .............................................. 119 Prominent Cornell Alumni ....................................... 120 SchoellkopfField .............................................. 121 BigRedFacilities ........................................... 122-123 Success in and out of the Classroom ................................. 124

Back: (Clockwise from top right)SeniorsJeffDicks, Ryan Kiscadden, Ted Sonnenberg, Brian McGuire, Eric Miller, Anthony Macaluso and Matt Grant will suit up for the 2006 Big Red. Theschedulefeaturessix home games.

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Over A Century of Tradition ..................................... 68-71 Cornell Football Legends ....................................... 72-74 PassingRecords ................................................ 75 Rushing Records ................................................ 76 Receiving Records .............................................. 77 Total Offense Records ............................................ 78 Scoring Records ................................................ 79 Defensive Records .............................................. 80 Special Teams Records ........................................... 81 Cornell Team Records ........................................... 82 Opponent Team Records ......................................... 83 Annual Leaders .............................................. 84-85 Single-Game Highs ............................................. 86 The Last Time It Happened ........................................ 87 All-TimeScores .............................................. 88-93 Cornell Head Coaches ........................................... 93 All-America,All-Ivy,AcademicAll-AmericaSelections ................... 94-95 National Football Hall of Fame/Cornell Athletic Hall of Fame Members ........ 96 Cornell Football Awards ........................................ 97-99 CornelliansinProFootball ....................................... 100 All-Time Letter Winners ...................................... 101-108

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GENERAL/MEDIA INFORMATION Jeremy Hartigan Director of Athletic Communications Office: (607) 255-9788 E-mail: jh295@cornell.edu

Julie Greco Associate Director Office: (607) 255-4688 E-mail: jag235@cornell.edu

Tyler Denison Assistant Director Office: (607) 255-5626 E-mail: tjd43@cornell.edu

Marlene Crockford Athletic Communications Accounts Representative

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Office: (607) 255-3752 E-mail: mmc7@cornell.edu

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Athletic Communications Student Assistants Mike Fortunato, Trevor Johnson, Peter Kung, Matt Leftwich, Jacob Lieberman, Rex Manchester, D.J. Mauch, Meghan McMahon, Bobby Napolitano, Steve Nelson, Harrison Sanford, Charlotte Schmidlapp, Kathryn Selinga, Charles Suozzi, Heath Vincent.

Frequently Called Numbers (607 area code) Athletic Communications .... Athletic Communications Fax . Football Office ............ Football Office Fax ......... Press Box (game day only) ...

255-3752 255-9791 255-0003 255-4088 255-3535

Mailing Address Teagle Hall, Campus Road Ithaca, N.Y. 14853-6501 Overnight Address Schoellkopf House Campus Road Ithaca, N.Y. 14853-6501 Cornell Athletics Web www.CornellBigRed.com

CREDENTIALS Requests for working press credentials at Cornell home football games should be made in writing on station/newspaper/magazine letterhead to Jeremy Hartigan in the Cornell Athletic Communications Office. The mailing address is: Teagle Hall, Campus Road, Ithaca, NY 14853-6501. Requests may be sent via fax, but all requests, mailed or faxed, should be sent so that they reach the athletic communications office at least three days prior to the game. Media agencies that cover Cornell and the visiting school on a regular basis will receivetoppriority.Othercredentialswillbeissuedonthebasisofcirculationandthe availabilityofspace.Credentialswillbemailedifatallpossible.Otherwise,theymay be picked up before 5 p.m. on Friday at the athletic communications office. Those credentials not picked up by 5 p.m. on Friday will be left for Saturday pickup at the Schoellkopf Field will call booth, located at the northwest end of the west stands. PRESS BOX SERVICES Programs, flip cards, statistics and notes will be provided before each game. A playby-play and out-of-town scores will be distributed at the conclusion of each quarter. Halftime statistics will also be available. A scoring summary and complete team and individual statistics will be provided after each game. Lunch will be served prior to the game. Soft drinks and coffee will be available throughout the game. SIDELINE POLICY Photographers will not be allowed on the sidelines without proper credentials. Photo credentials are limited to daily newspaper, student newspaper, wire service and team photographers, along with a limited number of special passes which are given out on a space available basis. Freelance photographers must provide the Cornell Athletic Communications Office with a complimentary photo CD of the game with at least 10 actionshots. Under NCAA and Ivy League guidelines, photographers are not allowed between the 25-yard lines and must remain outside the restraining lines surrounding the field. Credential holders not working will be asked to leave the sidelines. For the safety of others please do not leave equipment unattended on the sidelines. If you are shooting with a tripod, please keep a safe distance from the playing field. RADIO BOOTHS We have space in the press box for three radio stations. Priority is always given to Cornell’s commercial station. All visiting stations should contact the Athletic Communications Office at least one month before the game for information concerning phone lines. GAME DAY PARKING Allmediapeoplewillbeissuedparkingpassesfortheroofleveloftheparkinggarage, whichisbehindtheweststands.Allparkingpassesaremailedout10daysbeforethegame. POSTGAME INTERVIEWS After the game, the media will meet in the press room (press room information available in the press box on game days). The visiting coach will be brought in after the required 10-minute “cooling-off” period. Coach Knowles will follow the visiting coach, along with selected players. Requests for players should be directed to a member of the Athletic Communications staff during the fourth quarter of each game. Only members of the working press with proper credentials will be allowed in the press room. The Big Red locker room is closed. TELEPHONES There will be one telephone available for media use (607-255-2982) and one for Athletic Communications use during the game (255-3535). Several telephones are available to members of the working press in the Athletic Communications Office in Paul Schoellkopf House. Anyone desiring a private line should call Marlene Crockford at least one month before the game.

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GENERAL/MEDIA INFORMATION MIDWEEK SPORTS LUNCHEON Each Tuesday, the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a luncheon at the Ramada Inn-Ithaca Airport featuring the head coaches of Cornell, Ithaca College and Ithaca High School. AVAILABILITY OF COACH KNOWLES All requests for interviews with Coach Knowles must be received by the Athletic Communications Office at least 24 hours in advance. He will accept interviews in his office, over the phone and prior to practice sessions as long as a request has been made in advance. PLAYER INTERVIEWS All player interviews must be arranged through the Athletic Communications Office so a time can be arranged that will not interfere with the student’s academic schedule. Players have been instructed to conduct no interviews unless they have been set up in this manner. All interviews are to be conducted on Wednesday only. Telephone interviews are conducted at the players’ convenience. Usuallytheyarehandledbyplayersreturningcallsimmediatelyafter practice on Wednesday (approximately between 8 and 10 p.m.). No home numbers for players will be given out and players have been toldnottoacceptcallsfromanyoneaskingfootball-relatedquestions. Please do not show up and wait for players unannounced on campus, at players’ housing or Schoellkopf Memorial. The players have been instructed to politely decline the request and refer the person to the Athletic Communications Office. Advance notice of your intentions to attend a practice session is appreciated.

Big Red On The Air Radio Coverage All 10 Cornell football games will be broadcast by WHCU 870 AM Ithaca. Barry Leonard returns for his ninth year in the booth andeighthseasonintheplay-by-playchair.BuckBriggsreturns as the Big Red’s analyst. Cornell on the Internet WHCU's broadcasts of Cornell football canBarry also be heard via Leonard the internet. To hear the game from your computer via the internet, go to www.CornellBigRed.com and follow the links to the broadcast that are located on the football schedule page. Keep checking www.CornellBigRed.com for broadcast updates

Buck Briggs ‘76 enters his sixth year as the color analyst for Cornell football and will join Barry Leonard in the radio booth again in 2006. An associate counsel for the NFL Management Counsel, Briggs is part of the team that is the collective bargaining representative for the NFL owners and handles all player-related legal issues. He also teaches sports law classes at both Cornell and Penn law schools.

NEWSPAPER Chris Feaver, Sports Editor IthacaJournal PO Box 430 Ithaca, N.Y. 14851-0430 Telephone: (607) 274-9214 Fax: (607) 272-4248

RADIO Sports Director WVBR (93.5 FM) 227 Linden Ave. Ithaca, N.Y. 14850 Telephone: (607) 273-4000 Fax: (607) 273-4069

Olivia Dwyer, Sports Editor Cornell Daily Sun 139 West State St. Ithaca, N.Y. 14850 Telephone: (607) 273-3606 Fax: (607) 273-0746

News Director Cayuga Radio Group 1751 Hanshaw Road Ithaca, N.Y. 14850 Telephone: (607) 257-6400 Fax: (607) 257-6497

Sports Editor Syracuse Newspapers PO Box 4818 Syracuse, N.Y. 13221 Telephone: (315) 470-2152 Fax: (315) 470-3019

Bob Michaels WELM Radio 1705 Lake St. Elmira, N.Y. 14901 Fax: (607) 733-5627

Sports Editor Press & Sun Bulletin PO Box 1270 Binghamton, N.Y. 13902 Telephone: (800) 365-0077 Fax: (607) 798-1113 Sports Editor Democrat & Chronicle 55 Exchange Blvd. Rochester, N.Y. 14614 Telephone: (716) 258-2406 Fax: (716) 258-2776

Sports Director WSYR Radio 500 Plum St. Syracuse, N.Y. 13204 Fax: (315) 472-1904 TELEVISION Sports Director News 10 Now 815 Erie Boulevard East Syracuse, N.Y. 13210 Telephone: (315) 634-2352 Fax: (315) 634-4270

Sports Editor Rochester Newspapers 55 Exchange Blvd. Rochester, N.Y. 14614 Fax: (716) 258-2776

Sports Director WBNG-TV PO Box 12 Johnson City, N.Y. 13790 Telephone: (607) 729-8812 Fax: (607) 729-4022

Sports Editor Elmira Star-Gazette PO Box 285 Elmira, N.Y. 14902 Telephone: (607) 734-5151 Fax: (607) 734-3004

Sports Director WENY-TV PO Box 208 Elmira, N.Y. 14902 Telephone: (607) 739-3636 Fax: (607) 796-6171

CORNELL BROADCAST CREW Barry Leonard Play-by-play 27 West Meadow Drive Ithaca, N.Y. 14850 Home Telephone: (607) 257-5938 Fax: (607) 257-5938

Sports Director WETM-TV P.O. Box 1207 Elmira, N.Y. 14902 Fax: (607) 733-4739

Buck Briggs Color analyst c/oCornellAthletics Teagle Hall, Campus Road CornellUniversity Ithaca, N.Y. 14853-6501 Telephone: (607) 255-9598 Fax: (607) 255-2969

Sports Director WIXT-TV 5904 Bridge St. Syracuse, N.Y. 13057 Fax: (315) 446-9283 Sports Director WSTM-TV 1030 James St. Syracuse, N.Y. 13203 Fax: (315) 474-5122 Sports Director WTVH-TV 980 James St. Syracuse, N.Y. 13203 Fax: (315) 425-0129

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Barry Leonard enters his ninth year as the play-by-play voice of Cornell football, basketball and lacrosse teams. Leonard returned to Ithaca radio in 1997 after a 10-year absence and his recognizable voice and affinity for Cornell is evident by his commitment to the university and the athletic programs. A 1980 graduate of Ithaca College with a degree in televsion and radio, Leonard resides in Lansing with his wife, Anne, and daughter, Keara.

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Schedule Information/Directory 2006 Ivy League Composite Schedule Saturday, September 16 Fordham at Columbia, 12:30 p.m. Georgetown at Brown, 1 p.m. Dartmouth at Colgate, 1 p.m. Penn at Lafayette, 1 p.m. Princeton at Lehigh, 1 p.m. San Diego at Yale, 1 p.m. Cornell at Bucknell, 7 p.m. Holy Cross at Harvard, TBA Saturday, September 23 N.HampshireatDartmouth,12:30p.m. Georgetown at Columbia, 12:30 p.m. *Harvard at Brown, 1 p.m. *Yale at Cornell, 1 p.m. Lafayette at Princeton, 6 p.m. Villanova at Penn, TBA Saturday, September 30 Brown at Rhode Island, 12 p.m. *Dartmouth at Penn, 1 p.m. Yale at Lafayette, 1 p.m. Harvard at Lehigh, 1 p.m. *Princeton at Columbia, 1:30 p.m. Albany at Cornell, 7 p.m.

Saturday, October 7 *Yale at Dartmouth, 12:30 p.m. *Cornell at Harvard, 12:30 p.m. Iona at Columbia, 12:30 p.m. Brown at Holy Cross, 1 p.m. Penn at Bucknell, 1 p.m. Princeton at Colgate, TBA Saturday, October 14 Holy Cross at Dartmouth, 12:30 p.m. Lafayette at Harvard, 1 p.m. Colgate at Cornell, 1 p.m. Lehigh at Yale, 1 p.m. *Columbia at Penn, TBA *Brown at Princeton, TBA Saturday, October 21 *Dartmouth at Columbia, 12:30 p.m. *Cornell at Brown, 1 p.m. *Harvard at Princeton, TBA *Penn at Yale, TBA

Saturday, October 28 *Harvard at Dartmouth, 12:30 p.m. *Princeton at Cornell, 1 p.m. *Brown at Penn, TBA *Columbia at Yale, TBA Saturday, November 4 *Yale at Brown, 12:30 p.m. *Dartmouth at Cornell, 1 p.m. *Columbia at Harvard, TBA *Penn at Princeton, TBA Saturday, November 11 *Brown at Dartmouth, 12:30 p.m. *Cornell at Columbia, 12:30 p.m. *Harvard at Penn, TBA *Princeton at Yale, TBA Saturday, November 18 *Columbia at Brown, 12:30 p.m. *Dartmouth at Princeton, 1 p.m. *Penn at Cornell, 1 p.m. *Yale at Harvard, TBA *Ivy League Games

Cornell Football Directory (all area code 607)

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ADMINISTRATION NAME OFFICE PHONE Athletic Director ....................... J. Andrew Noel Jr. .................... 255-8832 Associate Director ...................... Anita Brenner ........................ 255-8283 Associate Director ...................... Stephen P. Erber ..................... 255-7442 Associate Director - Physical Education ...... Al Gantert .......................... 255-4286 Associate Director - Business & Finance ...... Alan Katz ........................... 255-1317 Assistant Director - Operations ............ Matt Coats ......................... 255-1814 Assistant Director - Athletic Training ........ Bernie DePalma ...................... 255-4237 Assistant Director - Athletes Performance .... Tom Howley ......................... 255-3953 Assistant Director - Stud. Svcs. & Compliance . Chris Wlosinski ....................... 254-7472 Dir. of Ath. Alumni Affairs and Dev. ......... John Webster ........................ 255-5631 Compliance Coordinator ................ Patty Weldon ........................ 255-8874 Ticket Manager ....................... Gene Nighman ...................... 255-3175 Facilities Manager ..................... Pat Graham ......................... 255-1321

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FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach ....................... Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach AssistantOffensiveCoord./OffensiveLineCoach Quarterbacks Coach .................. Running Backs Coach ................. OffensiveAssistantCoach .............. Assoc. Defensive Coord./Defensive Line Coach SafetiesCoach/RecruitingCoordinator ..... Linebackers Coach ................... Defensive Back Coach/Special Teams ...... Coordinator of Football Alumni Relations ... Strength and Conditioning Coach ........ AdministrativeAssistant ............... RecruitingSecretary ..................

Jim Knowles (jk21@cornell.edu) ......... Clayton Carlin (cgc32@cornell.edu) ...... Brian Coon (bjc56@cornell.edu) ......... Scott Kavanagh (swk26@cornell.edu) ..... Zac Roper (zwr2@cornell.edu) .......... Bret Colbert (bcc28@cornell.edu) ........ Pete DeStefano (pd30@cornell.edu) ...... Brad Beerwinkel (bwb28@cornell.edu) .... Tom Jones (toj3@cornell.edu) ........... Roderick Plummer (rrp34@cornell.edu) .... Pete Noyes (ppn2@cornell.edu) ......... Tom Howley (tkh1@cornell.edu) ......... Karen Berkley (kmb63@cornell.edu) ...... Becky Hollenback-Miller (bh52@cornell.edu)

255-0026 255-5637 255-5640 255-2396 255-5222 255-5639 255-5638 255-5636 255-5641 255-5635 255-3486 255-3953 255-0026 255-0003

MEDICAL AND ATHLETIC TRAINING Team Physician ..................... Dr. David Wentzel ................... 255-6962 Head Athletic Trainer ................. Bernie DePalma ..................... 255-4237 Associate Head Athletic Trainer .......... Jim Case .......................... 255-4237 A REA A CCOMMODATIONS BestWesternUniversityInn ............................................... ClarionInn .......................................................... Comfort Inn .......................................................... Courtyard by Marriott .................................................. Econo Lodge ......................................................... Hilton Garden Inn ..................................................... HolidayInn .......................................................... Ramada Inn-Ithaca Airport ............................................... StatlerHotel ......................................................... Super 8 Motel ........................................................

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272-6100 257-2000 272-0100 330-1000 257-1400 277-8900 272-1000 257-3100 257-2500 273-8088

Future Cornell Schedules (2007-2010) Schedules are tentative and subject to change. For more information on future schedules, please visit the athletic department’s web site at www.CornellBigRed.com.

Sept. 15 22 29 Oct. 6 13 20 27 Nov. 3 10 17

2007 Bucknell at Yale at Georgetown Harvard Colgate Brown at Princeton at Dartmouth Columbia at Penn

Sept. 20 27 Oct. 4 11 18 25 Nov. 1 8 15 22

2008 at Bucknell Yale at Lehigh at Harvard Colgate at Brown Princeton Dartmouth at Columbia Penn

Sept. 19 26 Oct. 3 10 17 24 31 Nov. 7 14 21

2009 Bucknell at Yale at Colgate Harvard Fordham Brown at Princeton at Dartmouth Columbia at Penn

Sept. 18 25 Oct. 2 9 16 23 30 Nov. 6 13 20

2010 open Yale at Bucknell at Harvard Colgate at Brown Princeton Dartmouth at Columbia Penn


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J IM KNOWLES

Third Season As Head Coach 16th Season at Cornell Cornell ’87 The Roger J. Weiss ‘61 Head Coach of Football

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When Jim Knowles ‘87 stepped back onto campus in January 2004, his main goal was to revitalize the entire Cornell football program. From alumni and fans to players and parents, everyone believes that mission is accomplished. Now the next goal is to lead the program to its first Ivy League championship since 1990. Knowles was named The Roger J. Weiss ’61 Coach of Football by the Meakem!Smith Director of Athletics and Physical Education Andy Noel, becoming the 25th head football coach at Cornell. In the two years since, Knowles has posted a 10-10 record and an 8-6 mark inIvyplay. OneofhisfirstprioritieswastakingbackSchoellkopfFieldand making it one of the toughest homefield advantages in Division IAA. He has succeeded, motivating his team to a 7-3 home record in two seasons. His 2005 team went 4-1 at home and posted its first winning season overall (6-4) in seven years. The team also improved greatly as the season went on. During the Big Red’s final six games of2005,Cornelldoubledthescoreofitsopponents(180-89),aswell as dominating in first downs (126-65), rushing yardage (270.0-49.8 ypg.), turnovers created (12-5), sacks (15-11) and third-down conversions (49-27 percent). Known as a defensive guru, Knowles’ 2005 squad finished second nationally in rushing defense (88.3 ypg.) and gave up just 33 yards total on the ground in the final three contests. The Big Red alsorankedfourthnationallyintotaldefense(261.3ypg.)and18th in the country in scoring defense (18.0 ypg.). Over the last two seasons, Cornell has allowed opponents just 94.7 yards per game rushing, second among all of Division I-AA teams over that span. The 2005 offense more than held its own, ranking 10th in the country in rushing offense (248.6 ypg.) and posting two 1,000-yard rushersinthesameseasonforthefirsttimeinschoolhistoryandthe second time ever in the Ivy League. Senior offensive tackle Kevin Bootheearnedfirst-teamAll-Americahonorsandwasselectedinthe sixth round of the NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders. A great deal of the Big Red’s success has come thanks to the play

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Education Cornell University B.A., Industrial and Labor Relations, 1987 Coaching Experience Cornell University Head Coach, 2004-present University of Mississippi Assistant Coach, 2003 Western Michigan University Defensive Coordinator, 2000-02 Assistant Coach, 1997-2000 Cornell University Assistant Coach, 1988-96

ofitsspecialteams. Place-kicker A.J. Weitsman set school recordsformostfield Playing Experience goalsinaseason(14), Cornell University, 1983-86 Defensive Lineman most consecutive •Three-year letter winner madefieldgoals(11), •Second-team All-Ivy League, 1986 most kicking points •Honorable Mention All-ECAC, 1986 in one year (72), and season (30) and ca- Head Coaching Highlights • First head coach to post back-to-back winreer(42)extra-point ning Ivy seasons in his first two years at Cornell kickswithoutamiss, since Jim Hofher in 1990-91. while punter Michael • Posted first winning season (6-4 in 2005) Bolling had 23 of his since 1999. 52 punts downed in- • Led team picked to finish last in preseason to third-place finish in 2004. side the 20, with no • Defense ranks second nationally against the touchbacks. run over the past two seasons. The former Big Red assistant engineeredoneofthegreatestturnaroundsinIvyLeaguehistoryin2004, turning a 1-9 team that lost seven games by at least two touchdowns into a 4-6 squad that dropped all six contests by 10 points or less, including four by a touchdown or less. The turnaround couldn’t have been more dramatic. A team picked to finish last in the Ivy Leaguefinishedinsolepossessionofthirdplace,becomingjustthe second team in Ivy League history to record a winless Ivy season one year and a winning record the next. But even without the wins, the feeling around the program completely changed. The Big Red defense, ranked last in the Ivy League and 104th out of 121 teams nationally in Division I-AA against the run at 205.0 yardsallowedpergamein2003,cutthataverageinhalf(101.1ypg.) to rank first in the Ivy League and seventh nationally. The offense controlledtheball,butalsostruckforbigplaysallseasonwiththree scoring passes of greater than 50 yards. Cornell special teams also setarecordwitheightkickblocksontheyear,whilethekickreturn squad averaged 20.6 yards, its highest total since 1978. Knowles, 41, spent nine seasons as an assistant coach at Cornell (1988-96), helping lead the team to Ivy League titles in 1988 and 1990. He coached the linebackers (1995-96) and running backs (1989-94). He also served as the recruiting coordinator (1995-96) and directed special teams and with one season in charge of the defensive line (1988). Along with the 1988 Ivy League title, the Big Red’s rushing (113.8) and scoring defense (13.7) ranked No. 1 in the East and was 10th and seventh, respectively, in the nation. In 1990, the team featured the No. 11 rushing offense (237.0) in the country. Knowles served as the linebackers coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Mississippi during the 2003 season. Ole Misshadastandoutyear,asitposteditsfirst10-winseason(10-3) since 1971 and claimed a victory at the Cotton Bowl with a 31-28 win over Oklahoma State. Defensively, the Rebels had the nation’s No. 14 defense vs. the run, allowing opponents 102.5 yards per game. The squad also recorded 106 tackles for loss, including 28 sacks. Ole Miss posted a 7-1 mark in Southeastern Conference play and was co-champion of the SEC’s Western Division for the first time in 40 years. The team’s only conference loss was at the hands of


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national champion LSU. Prior to accepting the job at Ole Miss, Knowles spent sixseasonsatWestern Michigan University, where he served his last two years as defensive coordinator. He coached the WMU linebackers in 2002 after working the previous five seasons with the defensive line. In his second year as defensive coordinator, Knowles helped the 2002 Broncos finish first in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) and28thnationallyintotaldefense(330.7),playingaschedulethat included three Top 25 teams. The defensive unit, which included MAC Defensive Player of the Year Jason Babin, ranked second in the MAC in pass sacks (33) and pass defense (179.5). Babin went on to become Western Michigan’s first-ever first round NFL pick (Houston Texans). The WMU defense held three teams to less than 100 yards rushing and limited three others to less than 100 yards passing. The

Broncos held opponents to 217 first downs, fewest in the MAC, and the defensive line extended its quarterback sack streak to 33 games. Knowles’firstyearasdefensivecoordinatorin 2001 saw the Broncos rank first in pass defense (179.8 yards per game) in the MAC and 17th nationally. WMU also paced the MAC with quarterback sacks (33). His defensive line unit was rated as the second-best in the league by one preseason publication as All-MAC performers Anthony Allsbury (first-team) and Jason Babin (second-team) ranked among the top eight playersinsacks. Prior to being named defensive coordinator at Western Michigan on Jan. 17, 2001, Knowles worked exclusively with the down linemen. During the 2000 season, his defensive line unit waspartiallyresponsibleforhelpingtheBroncos compile 38 sacks and 15 forced fumbles in 12 games. In addition, the Broncos held opponents to 139 points and posted three shutouts — the most scoreless games since 1971. By season’s end, Western Michigan ranked among NCAA Top 20 units in four categories: scoring defense (4th, 11.5 ppg.), total defense (9th, 283.3 ypg.), pass defense (13th, 178.0 ypg.) and rushing defense (20th,105.3ypg.). TwoofKnowles’players,AllsburyandChrisBrowning,earnedAllMACfirstandsecondteamhonors,respectively,asfirst-yearstarters. In 1999, Knowles worked closely with Jeremy Johnson, who went on to earn All-MAC honorable mention. He also developed a twotime all-league selection in Dan Falcon (1997-98) and the MAC’s leading sack rusher in 1997 with all-league pick Ryan Bauer. During Knowles’ six seasons at WMU, the Brown & Gold generated 207 sacks — including a high of 41 in 1997 — which averages to 34.5 per season. Athree-yearletterwinneratdefensiveendasaplayerforCornell, Knowles earned All-Ivy honors and honorable mention All-Eastern College Athletic Conference accolades in 1986. He graduated in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree from the School of Industrial and LaborRelations. Knowles,aPhiladelphia,Pa.,native,earnedAll-CatholicandAllCityselectionasalinebackeratSt.Joseph’sPrep.Healsocompeted in crew and wrestling. Knowles and his wife, Nancy ’83 (MBA ’89), have a daughter, Halle, and two sons, Luke and Jack.

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Coaching Position Def. Line/Special Teams Running Backs Running Backs Running Backs Running Backs Running Backs Running Backs Recruiting Coord./LBs Recruiting Coord./LBs

Head Coach Maxie Baughan Jack Fouts Jim Hofher Jim Hofher Jim Hofher Jim Hofher Jim Hofher Jim Hofher Jim Hofher

Record 7-2-1 (6-1 Ivy, t-1st) 4-6 (2-5 Ivy, t-5th) 7-3 (6-1 Ivy, t-1st) 5-5 (4-3 Ivy, t-4th) 7-3 (4-3 Ivy, 4th) 4-6 (3-4 Ivy, t-4th) 6-4 (3-4 Ivy, t-4th) 6-4 (5-2 Ivy, t-2nd) 4-6 (4-3 Ivy, t-3rd)

Defensive Line Defensive Line Defensive Line Defensive Line Def. Coordinator/DL Def. Coordinator/LBs

Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Gary Darnell

8-3 (6-2, 2nd MAC West) 7-4 (5-3, t-2nd MAC West) 7-5 (6-2, 1st MAC West) 9-3 (7-1, 1st MAC West) 5-6 (4-4, 4th MAC West) 4-8 (3-5, 5th MAC West)

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David Cutcliffe

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CLAYTONCARLIN

Third Season At Cornell Juniata ’87 Assistant Head Coach & The John B. and Ann M. Rogers ‘45 Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers

After helping the Big Red defense become one of the most feared in DivisionI-AAasdefensivecoordinatorin2004,third-yearassistant ClaytonCarlinbroughtthatsamemagictotheoffenseinhisfirstseason as offensive coordinator in 2005. His dynamic offense was one of the mosteffectiveandentertaininginDivisionI-AA. In his first year as coordinator, the Big Red ranked 10th in the country in rushing offense (248.6 ypg.). The team had two 1,000yard rushers in the same season for the first time in school history and the second time ever in the Ivy League. SixofhisplayersearnedAll-Ivyhonors,withoffensivelinemanKevin Bootheearningfirst-teamAll-Americahonorsbeforebeingpickedin the sixth round of the NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders. Quarterback Ryan Kuhn became the first quarterback in Ivy League history to both run and pass for 1,000 yards in a season, while backfield mate Luke Siwulahadthe10thmostyardsinaseasoninschoolhistory(1,086). As defensive coordinator, Carlin instituted a gameplan that saw the Big Red regain dominance at the line of scrimmage. After ranking last in the Ivy League and 104th out of 121 teams nationally in Division I-AA against the run at 205.0 yards allowed per game in 2003, he helped cut that average to 101.1 yards per game to rank firstintheIvyLeagueandseventhnationally. Carlin joined the Cornell football staff after spending the 2003 season as the secondary and special teams coach at New Mexico State,wherehealsoservedasanassistantfrom1997-99.HeleftNMSU after the 1999 season and was an assistant for one year at Villanova

before heading to Buffalo, where he workedfortwoyears. Carlin was the secondary coach at Buffaloandin2001theBullsranked18thinthenationinpassdefense, allowing just 180 yards per game. He was wide receivers coach all threeseasonsinhisfirststopatNMSUandalsoservedasspecialteams coordinatorin1999.PriortohisarrivalatNMSU,Carlinspentthree seasonsasagraduateassistantatNebraskawhereheworkedprimarily with the defensive backs. He was a part of the two Husker national championship teams in 1994 and 1995. A native of Philadelphia, Pa., Carlin joined the Nebraska staff after serving two seasons as the secondary coach at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pa. For five seasons, from 1987 to 1991, Carlin coached at his prep alma mater, St. Joseph’s Preparatory High School in Philadelphia. After one season as secondary coach in 1987, Carlin spent four years as St. Joseph’s head coach. He produced 42 players who were selectedtotheAll-CatholicteaminPhiladelphia.Carlinwaschosen to coach the Philadelphia City All-Star game in 1988 and 1989. A1987graduateofJuniataCollegeinHuntingdon,Pa.,Carlinwas a three-year starter at defensive back for the nationally ranked Eagles. Carlin earned his master’s degree in 1998 from Nebraska in educationaladministration. Carlin and his wife, Kathleen, reside in Lansing with their four children,Carsen,Julia,ClaytonJr.,andBrady.

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Third Season At Cornell Albion ’92

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BrianCoonentershisthirdseason as the Big Red’s offensive line coach andhissecondasassistantoffensivecoordinator.Histutelagehas produced three All-Ivy offensive linemen in two seasons, while helping direct one of the most effective offenses in Division I-AA. Coon assisted in the development of first-team All-American and sixth-round NFL Draft pick Kevin Boothe, a unanimous first-team All-Ivyselectionineachofhisfinaltwoseasonswhileworkingwith Coon. Both tackle Eric Miller and center Ted Sonnenberg were named honorable mention All-Ivy during their junior seasons. ThattalentedlinehelpedCornellfinish10thnationallyinrushing (248.6 ypg.) and protected two 1,000-yard rushers in the same season for the first time in school history and the second time ever in the Ivy League. The success came despite the fact that three starters had never taken a varsity snap prior to 2005. Coon served as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Kalamazoo College for the previous six years before coming to Cornell. His offenses averaged 31.5 points and 385.5 yards per game over his final three seasons, and he coached the school’s all-time careerleadersinpassing,receivingandrushing. The Watervliet, Mich., native coached at St. Joseph’s College in 2006 FOOTBALL

Rensselaer,Ind.,from March 1995 to July 1998.Duringhistenure, the Pumas were ranked as high as No. 3 in the nation in rushing offense (299.7 ypg.) and No. 9 in scoring offense (36.7 ppg.). Coon also served as quarterbacks, defensive backs and special teams coach and was recruitingcoordinatoratSt.Joseph’s. Coon served as a graduate assistant coach at Western Michigan from 1993-95 and received a master’s degree in athletic administration from WMU in 1997. A 1992 graduate of Albion College, he earned a degree in communications and exercise science. Coon was a four-year letter winner as an outside linebacker for the Britons. He was also named the squad’s Special Teams Player of the Year as a senior. Coon and his wife, Heather, reside in Freeville with their two children,AlexisandTJ.


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PETEDeSTEFANO 17th Season At Cornell Slippery Rock ‘78

Associate Defensive Coordinator/ Defensive Line Coach PeteDeStefanohasbeenaconstant onthesidelinesfortheBigRedsince 1993asdefensivelinecoach,makinghimthesecond-longest tenured assistantfootballcoachinCornellhistory.Hewillserveintheroleof AssociateDefensiveCoordinatorforthesecondstraightyear.Hehas coachedorrecruited29All-IvyLeagueplayersduringhistenure. In 2005, DeStefano’s defensive line helped Cornell’s defense ranksecondnationallyinrushingdefense(88.3ypg.),givingupjust 33 yards total on the ground in the final three contests. The unit ranked fourth nationally in total defense (261.3 ypg.) and 18th in scoringdefense(18.0ypg.).Thelinefeaturedfirst-teamAll-Ivypick Matt Pollock and second-team selection Jonathan Lucas. The defense has allowed opponents just 94.7 yards per game rushing in the last two years, second in I-AA over that span (Cal Poly - 94.6). He has also been instrumental in developing kick block schemes that helped the 2004 team to a school-record eight blocks, raising the total to 37 blocked kicks in DeStefano’s tenure. DeStefano believes that hard work brings success, and often points to his former charge, Seth Payne ’97, a defensive tackle with the Houston Texans, as proof. After recruiting Payne, who barely weighed in at 225 pounds, DeStefano watched the tackle blossom into a fourth-round NFL draft pick, showing that the months studying film and dissecting opposing offenses is worth it. DeStefano started his Cornell career as the head freshman coach and academic counselor for the athletic department in May 1990. Prior to coming to Cornell, he was associate head coach and defensive coordinator in charge of the linebackers at Rensselaer

PolytechnicInstitute from 1986-90. He wasalsoanassistant track coach at Rensselaer. Before going to Rensselaer, DeStefano was defensive coordinator and linebacker coach at Allegheny College from May 1984 to June 1986, and he was also head track coach. Prior to his stint at Allegheny, DeStefano coached at Edinboro University,servingasheadjuniorvarsitycoachanddefensivecoordinator in1981,withthevarsityoffensivelinein1982andwiththedefensiveends in1983.Hewasalsostrengthcoachandhelpedwithrecruiting. A 1978 graduate of Slippery Rock University with a bachelor of sciencedegreeinphysicaleducationandhealth,DeStefanoreceived his master’s in educational administration from Edinboro in 1982. While an undergraduate, he played tight end for three years and received honorable mention All-Western Pennsylvania Conference. From 1978-81, DeStefano coached at Clinton Central High School. As the head varsity coach, he directed the team to the TriValley League championship in 1979 and was named Coach of the Year. He also coached track at Clinton. A 1974 graduate of New Hartford High School, DeStefano was all-league in football and track. His brother, Jim, was an AP AllAmerica honorable mention linebacker at Cornell in 1980. DeStefanoandhiswife,Joanne,resideinIthaca.Theyhaveason,Peter, arecentgraduateofJohnsonandWalesUniversity.Joannereceivedher master’sdegreefromCornell’sJohnsonSchoolofManagementin1997.

BRADBEERWINKEL Third Season At Cornell Texas ’97

Recruiting Coordinator/ Safeties Coach footballoperationsat Western Michigan in 2003. He also worked asadefensivegraduateassistantwiththeBroncosforthreeseasons,includingtimeduring Coach Jim Knowles’ tenure at WMU. The Brenham, Texas, native previously spent four seasons at Blinn Junior College in Texas, working full-time with the quarterbacks, receivers and running backs. He also served as recruiting coordinator and had four players advance to the NFL. Beerwinkelearnedabachelorofsciencedegreeinkinesiologyfromthe UniversityofTexasin1997.WhileinAustin,heworkedfouryearsasa studentassistant.Beerwinkelearnedamaster’sdegreeinsportsadministrationfromWesternMichiganin2003andamaster’sdegreeinhealth and human performance from Prairie View A&M in 2001. Beerwinkel resides in Ithaca with his wife, Amanda.

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Brad Beerwinkel enters his third season as an assistant coach working with the team’s safeties and his second year as the program’s recruitingcoordinator. TheBigRedsafetieshavebecomebig-timeplaymakersinCornell’s defensiveschemes.Hewaslargelyresponsibleforthedevelopmentof two-timeAll-IvyselectionKevinRex,aswellasyoungsafetiesMichael Boyd and Tim Bax. In two seasons, the group has been responsible for 35.5 tackles for loss, 27 pass breakups, eight forced fumbles, five blockedkicksandseveninterceptions.Theyalsoplayedkeyrolesinthe rundefense,whichhasrankedsecondnationallyinDivisionI-AAover thepasttwoyears,allowingjust94.7yardspergame. In his first season, Beerwinkel coached a group that had several linebackers switching positions and turned them into one of the hardest-hittingdefensivebackfieldsintheAncientEight. Besides his work on the field, Beerwinkel has coordinated two recruiting classes ranked among the best in the Ivy League. Of the 40 players who entered Cornell in the Fall of 2005, 12 showed up on the two-deep as freshmen en route to a 6-4 campaign. BeerwinkeljoinedtheCornellstaffafterservingasthedirectorof

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S C O T T KAVANAGH Third Season At Cornell Wisconsin ’01 Quarterbacks Coach Scott Kavanagh enters his third season on Jim Knowles’ staff and his second year as quarterbacks coach in 2006. Kavanagh was the team’s wide receivers coach in 2004. Kavanagh’s work with Ryan Kuhn ’06 helped the first-year starter become the first Big Red quarterback to be named first-team All-Ivy League. Kuhn became the first quarterback in Ivy League history to both run and pass for 1,000 yards in a season. He accounted for 18 touchdowns (12 rushing, six passing) and had five 100-yard rushing games — the most ever by a quarterback at Cornell. In his first season, Kavanagh worked with All-Ivy receiver Brian Romney and big-play specialist Chad Nice, who combined for 103 catches and more than 1,400 receiving yards. In all, 11 different players caught passes for the Big Red in 2004, including six of the top seven who were underclassmen.

Kavanagh joined the Big Red staff after having spent the previous two seasons as a graduate assistant coach working with the quarterbacks at the University of Wisconsin. A four-year letter winner for the Badgers (1996-99), Kavanagh’s teams won back-to-back Big Ten titles (1998 and 1999), won two Rose Bowl championships (1999 and 2000) and compiled a 37-13 recordoverhisfouryears. AnativeofNaperville,Ill.,Kavanaghearnedhisbachelor’sdegree in life sciences and communication in 2001 from Wisconsin. He is currentlyworkingonamaster’sdegreeineducationadministration. Kavanagh is single and resides in Ithaca.

R ODERICK PLUMMER Third Season At Cornell Washington State ‘93

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Roderick Plummer enters his third season on head coach Jim Knowles’ staffandwillagaintakecontrolofthespecialteamswhilespending his second year coaching defensive backs. Plummer began his careeratCornellasrunningbackscoachin2004.Hisadditiontothe coaching staff has paid immediate dividends. The 2005 season was a banner one for Big Red special teams play. Place-kickerA.J.Weitsmansetfiveschoolrecords,includingfield goalsinaseason(14)andextra-pointkickswithoutamissinacareer (42). Cornell captured two Ivy League Special Teams Players of the Week, bringing the total to five in two seasons. His defensive backs allowed just 173.0 passing yards per game, good for 23rd nationally and second in the Ivy League. Cornell also intercepted 10 passes. Cornell special teams set a record with eight kick blocks in 2004, while the kick return squad averaged 20.6 yards, its highest total since 1978. The Big Red enjoyed outstanding years in the kicking gameaswell,asCornellkickedeightfieldgoalsandTrevorMacMeekin was named Ivy League and national Special Teams Player of the Week after his school-record four field goal performance in a win overYale. Plummer’s success on the sidelines has hardly gone unnoticed, as he was chosen by the NCAA as one of 25 coaches in the country to participate in the 2006 Expert Coaches Academy during the offseason. The mission of the Expert Coaches Academy is to assist coaches with career advancement, networking and exposure opportunities,andtoraiseawarenessregardingthesubstantialpoolof talented and qualified minority coaching candidates. Plummer joined the Big Red staff after serving as an assistant

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coach at Kutztown University.Hewasthe team’s linebacker coach and special teams coordinator for two seasons, and he also served as the running backs coach at Kutztown from 1994-95. In June 1996, he moved on to James Madison for one season and then to Hampton through 1998, serving as running backs coach at both schools. During the 1997 and 1998 seasons at Hampton, his running backs led the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. After his stint at Hampton, Plummer went on to Michigan State, where he served as a graduate assistant coach from 1999-2001 whilepursuingamaster’sdegreeinathleticadministration.Before returning to Kutztown, Plummer coached linebackers and special teams at Wayne State in Michigan. Plummer has also served NFL fellowships with the San Francisco 49ers (2003) and the Cleveland Browns (1992). Plummer graduated in 1993 from Washington State University with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. He was a four-year letter winnerandstartinglinebackerfortheCougars.ACalifornianative, he was inducted into the St. Mary’s High School (Berkeley, Calif.) Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002. Plummer is single and resides in Ithaca.


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T OM JONES

First Season At Cornell Temple ‘80 Linebackers Coach

Tom Jones joins the Big Red coachingstaffasoneofthemostrespected defensive coaches in the Northeast, most recently as the defensive coordinatorattheUniversityatBuffaloforthreeseasons. Jones spent eight seasons during his second stint on the staff at UB, serving as coach of the team’s defensive line, defensive backs andsafetiesbeforetakingoverthedefenseascoordinator.Jonesis also a sought-after camp clinician who has his own video series on defensivelineplay. He has more than 15 years of Division I-A coaching experience, working with the defensive line, outside linebackers and defensive secondary at Kent State, Idaho State, Ohio State, Arizona State and New Mexico State. His defensive units continually made improvements. In 2004, the Bulls’ defense recorded 28 sacks, the most since joining the IA ranks, and added 69 tackles for loss. In 2002, the Bulls registered 27 sacks. In 2001, two of Jones’ defensive tackles were signed to NFL free agent contracts. Prior to coming to Buffalo, Jones coached in a variety of defensive roles for five years at Kent State. Before Kent State, Jones was

defensive coordinator and defensive line coach for one year at Western Connecticut State. Previously, he had coached the defensive line and outside linebackers at Idaho State for three years. He also coached defense for a season each at Ohio State, Arizona State and New Mexico State. Prior to New Mexico State, Jones began his coaching career at UB with two years working with the defensive line. A native of Philadelphia, Jones earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Temple in 1980 after attending East Stroudsburg University. Jones is single and resides in Ithaca.

Z AC ROPER

Second Season At Cornell Mississippi ’01 Running Backs Coach honors in 2004, while Ridgeway earned secondteam All-SEC accoladesafterranking thirdintheSECand 11th nationally by averaging 44.2 yards per punt and leading the SEC in net punting. Nichols finished his career with 15 school records, including the school’s career scoring mark (344 points) that also rankedsixthall-timeinSEChistory.Healsofinishedhiscareerwith a streak of 117 consecutive PATs made. Prior to arriving in Oxford, Roper served as an undergraduate assistantcoachforJohnBlake’sstaffwhileattendingtheUniversity of Oklahoma from 1996-1998. While in Norman, Roper prepared scouting reports and assisted in the preparation of the offensive gameplan.Roperwasarecipientofthe1996PresidentialLeadership Scholarship as an entering freshman at Oklahoma. AnativeofKnoxville,Tenn.,RopergraduatedfromMississippiin 2001 with a degree in political science and went on to receive his master’s two years later in higher education/student personnel. He was a four-time member of the Chancellor’s Honor Roll. RoperissingleandresidesinIthaca.

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Zac Roper enters his second year as an assistant coach and will take over as running backs coach after working with the tight ends a season ago. Roper also mentors the Big Red’s kickers. He spent the previousfouryearsonthestaffatMississippi. Roper’s work with place-kicker A.J. Weitsman and punter Michael Bolling provided great dividends for the 6-4 Big Red in his first season.Weitsman’saccuracygreatlyincreasedinsettingfiveschool records, including field goals in a season (14) and extra-point conversions without a miss in a career (42). Bolling had 23 of his 52 punts downed inside the 20, with no touchbacks. He ranked third intheIvyLeagueinpuntingyards(36.7)inhisfirstseasonasastarter. Roper’s tight ends were also generally regarded as the top blocking unit in the circuit, helping the team rank 10th in the country in rushing offense (248.6 ypg.), while producing two 1,000-yard rushersforthefirsttimeinschoolhistory. Roper joined the Big Red coaching staff after working as a graduate administrative aide and graduate assistant coach at Mississippiwithwidereceivers,tightendsandkickers.Healsoassisted in the preparation of scouting reports. Roper was part of the 2003 Ole Miss squad that won the Cotton Bowl and finished the season with a 10-3 record and a 7-1 mark in SEC play. Two players coached by Roper, place-kicker Jonathan Nichols and punter Cody Ridgeway, were ranked among the nation’s top special teams players. Nichols, the 2003 Lou Groza Award winner asthenation’stopkicker,earnedfirst-teamAll-AmericaandAll-SEC

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BRETCOLBERT

First Season At Cornell Bridgewater ’04

Offensive Assistant Coach BretColbertentershisfirstseason as an offensive assistant under head coach Jim Knowles, lending his expertise as a collegiate wide receiver as the Big Red attempts to further diversify its offense in 2006. Colbert spent the last two seasons as a graduate assistant at the UniversityofPittsburgh,workingwiththeteam’svideooperations. Besides filming and breaking down game and practice film for scouting purposes, Colbert aided in special teams personnel decisions, calls and breakdowns. He also coached tight ends, wide receivers, quarterbacks, running backs and defensive ends at Pitt football summer camps. The Panthers were the 2004 Big East champions and earned a spot in the BCS Fiesta Bowl. Colbert got his coaching career underway early, helping the offensivestaffatBridgewaterCollegewhilestillaplayeratWilliam&

Mary by charting plays and coverages, as well as tracking defensive substitutions as a student assistant. That 2001 Bridgewater team advancedallthewaytotheDivisionIIInationalchampionshipgame. A wide receiver in college, Colbert played at William & Mary for threeseasons,helpingtheTribetoashareoftheAtlantic10titlein 2001. He then transferred to Bridgewater, helping the squad to conferencechampionships inbothhisjuniorandseniorseasons.His first year ended with an 11-1 record and a trip to the national quarterfinalsbeforehelpingBridgewatertoa12-2recordandaspot inthenationalsemifinalsasasenior. Colbert graduated from Bridgewater in 2004 with a degree in healthandexercisescience.Hisfather,Bob,wasanassistantcoach at Cornell from 1983-89, working with both the wide receivers and offensive linemen. He was part of the staff that helped the Big Red to the 1988 Ivy League title.

B RENDAN BUNTS

lettered in both football and tennis. Bunts was also a 2004 NYS SectionIVFootballScholarAthleteandisanassistantcoachwiththe nationally ranked Maine-Endwell High School Science Olympiad team. Bunts is also a co-founder and contributing editor of the CornellCentrist. HespentthispastsummerinterningwithNFLFilms. Bunts is currently enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences and ismajoringinhistory.

Second Season at Cornell Student Assistant/Video Coordinator

Brendan Bunts is in his second season as studentvideocoordinatorwiththeBigRedand isinchargeofvideoproductionforbothpracticesandgames. Hebeganfilminginthespring of2005andactedas anassistantvideoproducerduringthe2005season. Bunts graduated from Maine-Endwell HS in 2004 where he

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Below is the list of the Big Red football staff’s primary recruiting areas. If you are, or know of, a prospect in these areas that might be a good fit for the Cornell football program, please contact the recruiting contact for that area. Information for each of the coaches is located on page 4 of this guide.

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Area Coach Alabama ................ Zac Roper Alaska ................ Bret Colbert Arizona .............. Clayton Carlin Arkansas ................ Zac Roper California - Northern .... Rod Plummer California - Southern .... Clayton Carlin Colorado ................ Tom Jones Connecticut ......... Pete DeStefano Washington D.C. .......... Zac Roper Delaware ............. Clayton Carlin Florida ................. Zac Roper Georgia ................ Zac Roper Hawaii ............... Bret Colbert Idaho ................ Bret Colbert Illinois ................. Brian Coon Indiana ................ Brian Coon Iowa ............... Brad Beerwinkel Kansas ............. Brad Beerwinkel Kentucky ............ Brad Beerwinkel Louisiana ............... Zac Roper Maine .............. Pete DeStefano 2006 FOOTBALL

Area Coach Maryland ............... Zac Roper Massachusetts ........ Pete DeStefano Michigan .............. Brian Coon Minnesota ........... Scott Kavanagh Mississippi .............. Zac Roper Missouri ................ Tom Jones Montana .............. Bret Colbert North Carolina ........... Zac Roper North Dakota ........ Brad Beerwinkel Nebraska ............ Brad Beerwinkel Nevada ............... Bret Colbert New Hampshire ....... Pete DeStefano New Jersey (South/Central) .. Clayton Carlin New Jersey (North) ...... Rod Plummer New Mexico ........... Bret Colbert New York (local) ........ Clayton Carlin New York (Albany, Utica) . Pete DeStefano New York (Downstate) ..... Brian Coon New York (Upstate) .... Scott Kavanagh Ohio (North) ......... Scott Kavanagh Ohio (South) ............ Brian Coon

Area Coach Oklahoma ............... Tom Jones Oregon .............. Rod Plummer Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) Clayton Carlin Pennsylvania (Central) .. Pete DeStefano Pennsylvania (West) .... Scott Kavanagh Rhode Island ......... Pete DeStefano South Dakota ........ Brad Beerwinkel South Carolina ........... Zac Roper Tennessee ............... Zac Roper Texas .................. Tom Jones Utah ................. Bret Colbert Vermont ............ Pete DeStefano Virginia ................. Zac Roper Washington .......... Rod Plummer West Virginia ......... Scott Kavanagh Wisconsin ........... Scott Kavanagh Wyoming ............. Bret Colbert Canada ............. Brad Beerwinkel Junior Colleges ........ Rod Plummer


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PETENOYES

29th Season At Cornell Bridgeport ’68

Coordinator of Football Alumni Relations A fixture in Schoellkopf Hall for over 28 years, Pete Noyes has spent thepasteightseasonsasthedirector of football operations and will take over the role of coordinator of footballalumnirelationsin2006. Heisresponsibleforcoordinating theday-to-dayoperations,includingadministrativedutiessuchas alumniandparentrelationsandfootballfundraising.Healsoserves as the liaison to the Cornell Football Association, and was honored with the Lou Conti ‘41 Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001. Noyes has also been instrumental in efforts to design and populate the football Tradition Room and the new Hall of Fame room. Noyes’effortswerealsorecognizedonthenationallevelin2003, when he received the All-American Football Foundations’ Mike Campbell Top Assistant Coach Award. Because of Noyes’ work, the Big Red program runs like a welloiled machine both on and off the field. Since being named the Director of Football Operations, Noyes has helped the Cornell Football Association (CFA) membership rise from 250 to 1,400, while nearly tripling the football program’s annual fund. The Ben Mintz/CFA Golf and Tennis Outing he runs has grown from 50 to 300 golfers, while net income has risen from $4,000 to $215,000. Noyes came to Cornell in 1977 as head defensive and linebacker coach and in 1981 was named by Coach Bob Blackman as his first defensivecoordinatorbytitlein32yearsofcoaching.Upuntil1998, hefilledavarietyofroles,servingasdefensivecoordinator,recruiting coordinator (1983-93), offensive line coach and defensive backs coach. He was also the assistant head coach from 1986 to 1989.

Noyes’ hard-nosed approach to the game enabled him tocoachtheCornell defensetoDivisionI-AArunner-upforfewestpointsallowedpergame in 1986 and a seventh-place finish in I-AA in 1988. In both 1986 and 1988, Noyes’ defense topped the Ivy League and the East in the same category. The defense’s 1986 performance was also the best-ever at Cornell since the formation of the Ivy League. In 1990, while Noyes was the offensive line coach, Cornell had three first-team All-Ivy linemenforthefirsttimeever. In1993,theBigReddefensewassixth inthenationintotaldefense,13thinscoringdefense,17thinrushing defense and 21st in pass efficiency defense. Overall, his teams recorded 21 career shutouts, including 12 with Cornell. During his 21 years of coaching at Cornell, Noyes recruited 18 captainsandcoachedorrecruited25first-teamAll-Ivyselections. He recruited 10 starters on the 1988 Ivy championship team and 14 starters from the 1990 championship squad. NoyespreviouslyservedasthedefensivecoordinatoratBucknell for six seasons under the late Fred Prender and Bob Curtis with emphasis on the linebackers. A1968graduateoftheUniversityofBridgeport,hewasco-captain of the football team as a senior. The former linebacker was a threeyear starter and was named to the school’s all-time team in 1969. Peteandhiswife,Carol,resideinIthacaandhavethreechildren: Jennifer Noyes ‘98; Justin Brion; and the late Ronnie Brion ‘00.

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11th Season At Cornell Tulane ’88

Assistant Director of Athletics for Athletes Performance Bowl and the 1991 Peach Bowl champions. Howley also served as an assistant coach with the specialteams. A 1988 graduate of Tulane, Howley earned a bachelor of arts degree in history and was a three-year letterman and two year starting offensive lineman on the football team. The Green Wave played in the 1987 Independence Bowl his senior year. He was the recipient of the New Orleans Quarterback Club Student-Athlete Award as a senior. HowleyisanactiveparticipantintheCornellUniversity/Ithaca College chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He and his wife, Amanda, reside in Ithaca with their daughter, Anna Corrine.

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Tom Howley has been the strength and conditioning coach at Cornell sinceJuly1995. Inthatrole,heoversees the design and implementation of athletic performance programs for Cornell’s 36 varsity sports. The comprehensive, yearround programs include strength and power development, mobility skill training and conditioning, and are implemented in a motivating, team-oriented environment. PriortohisarrivalatCornell,Howleywastheassistantdirectorof strength and conditioning at East Carolina University from 19911995. During these seasons, the Pirates participated in two bowl games (1992 Peach Bowl and 1995 Liberty Bowl), qualified for the NCAA baseball regional tournament (1994) and played in the NCAA basketball tournament (1993). Howley was a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at Auburn University from 1989-91, where he earned his master’s degree in exercise physiology. The Tigers were the 1989 Southeastern Conference co-champions, the 1990 Hall of Fame

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26th Season at Cornell Quinnipiac ’78

19th Season at Cornell Central Michigan ’86

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BernieDePalma’stopprioritiesarethehealth andsafetyofthestudent-athletes,andproviding them with a safe environment for training and competition.Hehasbeenanintegralmemberoftheathleticstaffashead ofphysicaltherapy,athletictrainingandrehabilitationforCornellUniversityHealthServicessinceAugust1980andheadathletictrainersince1983. DePalmagraduatedfromQuinnipiacCollegewithabachelorofscience degree in physical therapy in 1978 and received his master’s degree in athletictraining-sportsmedicinefromtheUniversityofVirginiain1980. DePalma was a founding member of the Cornell Sports Nutrition Discussiongroupwhichexaminestherolenutritionplaysinthestudentathlete’s well-being and performance. He also manages programs he developedforgraduateassistantshipswithIthacaCollegeandathletic trainer internships from Ithaca and other area colleges. He supervises seven full-time staff members and numerous part-time assistants. DePalma’sexpertise impacts national athletics legislation. He has served on numerous NCAA committees, including the Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sport Safety, which he chaired;theNCAAspecialcommitteeonstudent-athletewelfare,access andequity;andthenationalathletictrainer’staskforcewhichdeveloped medicalcoverageguidelinesforallintercollegiateathleticprograms. Hewashonoredin2001bytheNationalAthleticTrainers’Association (NATA) with the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award. The award recognizestheNATA’scertifiedmembersfortheiroutstandingcontributionstotheprofessionofathletictrainingandtotheassociation. DePalma and his wife, Mary, have a daughter, Taylor, and a son, Turner.

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JimCaseentershis19thseasonasanathletic trainer for the Big Red. He joined the Cornell trainingstaffinAugust1988,andhisresponsibilitiesincludeworkingwiththefootballandlacrosseteams. A 1986 graduate of Central Michigan University, he earned his bachelor of science degree in sports medicine with a minor in exercise science. Case received his master of arts degree in physical education from Western Michigan University in June 1988, with a concentration in athletictraining. Case spent the summer of 1989 as an intern with the Detroit Lions of the NFL and was also appointed to the training staff for the 1990, 1994 and 1998 World Lacrosse team tryouts. He served as the trainer for 1994 Team USA at the World Lacrosse Championships in Manchester, England, and served in the same capacity for Team USA at the 1998 world championships in Baltimore, Md. Caseandhiswife,Ladeen,resideinIthacawiththeirdaughter,Devin, and sons, Carson and Collin.

D ALE STRAUF 28th Season at Cornell Cortland State ’79 Head Equipment Manager

Dale Strauf has been in charge of the equipmentforCornellathleticssince1979. The2005 season is his 28th with Big Red football, and he has attended every football game during his tenure, an amazing 268 straightcontests. As the head equipment manager, Strauf is responsible for equipment purchasing for Cornell athletics, physical education, intramurals and recreation. He oversees a staff of eight, with seven holding national certification. These professionals equip 24 men’s and women’s teams. Strauf attended Cortland State and graduated magna cum laude in 1979. He received a master’s degree in education from Cortland in 1982. In 1992, Strauf was named National Equipment Manager of the Year by his peers. He is currently serving his second three-year term as the president of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association (AEMA). Apastassociateexecutivedirectoroftheorganization,hehaspublished 20 articles in the field of equipment management. Strauf was one of five equipment managers who developed a certification program for athletic equipment management. Strauf and his wife, Jerra, have a daughter, Tam, and a son, Bo, and two granddaughters, Sue and Lexi.

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The Offense The Big Red offense will have a bit of a different look in 2006, going to the air to create a more balanced offense. But with talent abounding on the offensive line and a first-team All-Ivy running back returning, Cornell won’t exactly be abandoning one of the nation’s top rushing attacks. Running Backs

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Name Shane Connolly Nathan Ford Ben Ganter Stephen Liuzza Tyler Lucas Tom Piselli

Cl. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. So.

Ht. 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-1

Wt. 207 197 205 168 219 207

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With the graduation of Ryan Kuhn ’06, Cornell is in the position of replacing a first-team All-Ivy quarterback for the first time in school history. Kuhn’s penchant to pull the ball down and run with it, as evidenced by his becoming the first Cornell quarterback to reach 1,000 yards rushing in a season, will likely be much different from the style of the group that remains. With six quarterbacks on theroster,allofthemfreshmenorsophomores,theBigRedwilllean heavily on an inexperienced bunch to direct its spread offense. The six have combined to throw 25 collegiate passes, but at least one of the players will be asked to throw the ball more often than Cornell did a season ago. The early favorite in the clubhouse is sophomore Nathan Ford, who has thrown all 25 of the Big Red passes. Ford saw time last season in four games off the bench, setting freshman records for passing yards in a game (112 at Yale) and in a season (132). A poised leaderwithgoodathleticability,Fordhasacalmingpresencebehind center and is equally adept at runningorpassing.ThePaloAlto, Calif.,nativesplitspringballbetween football and baseball, where he hit .290 in 24 games for theBigRed.Anaturalpasserwith goodtouch,Ford’sabilitytomake plays out of nothing will allow himtobeeffectiveinoroutofthe pocket. The job is by no means Ford’s, as sophomore Shane Connolly will have plenty to say about the starting position. Connolly has gained more than 20 pounds of muscle since arriving on campus Nathan Ford and has both the physical attributes and the toughness to be successful at the position. Possessing a strong arm and the confidence to direct the offense, Connolly is the only other player on the Big Red to take a varsity snap after seeing action last season in a win over Georgetown. Sophomores Tyler Lucas and Tom Piselli and freshmen Ben Ganter and Stephen Liuzza are more unknown, but each has the skills necessary to make a splash when camp opens in the fall. Both sophomores saw time on the junior varsity a season ago, while each of the freshmen bring strong prep pedigrees. With so many tremendous athletes at the position, one or more may ultimately switch positions to give them an opportunitytogetonthefieldquickly.

No. 30 46 21 26 32 28 25

Name Randy Barbour Jamie Germani Matt Kenney Shane Kilcoyne Anthony Macaluso Isaac Minor Luke Siwula

Ht. 5-9 5-10 6-0 5-11 5-7 6-0 6-0

Wt. 190 182 190 195 204 180 201

Exp. — — — 1L 2L — 2L

First-teamAll-IvyLeagueselectionLukeSiwulaleadsastableof talented runners after posting the top sophomore rushing campaign since future NFL player Chad Levitt posted more than 1,300 yards in 1994. When he tires, which isn’t often, the Big Red will be able to go to a more than capable group that includes senior Anthony Macaluso and sophomore Shane Kilcoyne. Siwula posted six 100-yard games as a sophomore, and his 1,086 yards was more than the entire Big Red team had the previous season.Atoughballcarrierandatrueworkhorse,hecarriedtheball on average more than 25 times per game while never breaking a carry more than 28 yards. Siwula scored 10 times total (eight rushing,tworeceiving)andprovedtobeanabove-averagereceiver. He is also a tremendous blocker and has handled his business in the classroom, earning a spot on the ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrictteam. Macaluso is ready to add to his workload in his final campaign after rushing 20 times for 74 yards and a touchdown a season ago. At 5-7 and 204 pounds, Macaluso has become a tremendous lead blocker when he is not carrying the ball, but if spring ball is any indication, he may tote the pigskin more often this season. He was a star in the annual spring game, scoring a pair of short touchdowns to help the offense to a win. Kilcoyneisatalentedall-aroundfootballplayercapableofbeing a featured back. He became the first freshman running back to start a game for the Big Red, ending the season with 33 carries for 130 yards and three scores. He earned Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors after posting career highs of 70 rushing yards and two touchdowns in a win over Georgetown. Sophomore Jamie Germani saw action in two games as a rookie, rushing once for two yards. He also forced a fumble on kickoff coverage duringhisfirstcollegiateplay. Heisahigh-energy player who will also see time on special teams thanks to his speed and aggressiveness. Freshmen Randy Barbour, Matt Kenney and IsaacMinorarealltremendously athletic and talented players with the ability to make an impact at the position if needed. Each could see time immediately on specialteams.

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Wide Receivers No. 2 81 82 3 1 20 83 22 8 5 88 23 84

Name Jesse Baker Horatio Blackman Patrick Blakemore Tommy Bleymaier Zac Canty BrianFitzPatrick Josh Gajdos Joshua Hulseberg Anthony Jackson Mark Longo Zach Vredenburgh Bryan Walters Nick Zerante

Cl. So. So. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr.

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

Wt. 194 171 211 153 171 185 176 161 177 195 204 175 200

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SeniorAnthonyJacksonwillprovideleadershiptoaveryyoungand extremely talented wide receiver corps that will be asked to be more involved than it was a season ago. Jackson, along with classmate PatrickBlakemore,willneedtoprovideagreatdealoftutelagetoa groupthatwilllikelyincludethreesophomoresintherotation. Jacksonisaspeedyandathleticoptionontheoutside,andwiththe confidence of becoming the team’s No. 1 receiver, is poised for a breakoutseason.Thethree-yearstarterhasachancetomakehismark on the program after hauling in 62 passes for 729 yards and three touchdownsinhisfirstthreeyears.Jackson’ssofthandsbroughtin a career-best 25 passes a season ago to rank second on the team. Blakemorehasbeenakeymemberofspecialteamsinhisfirstthree yearsandhasseenspotdutyontheoutside,butwillgetachancetobreak intothestartinglineupinhisfinalseason.Anoutstandingpossession receiverwithgreathands,Blakemoreistheholderonallplacements. Sophomores Tommy Bleymaier, Jesse Baker, Horatio Blackman, ZacCanty,BrianFitzPatrickandZachVredenburghwillalsoplaykey roles in the passing attack. Only Bleymaier got into the scorebooks as a freshman, seeing action in all 10 games and catching nine passes for 109 yards. Five of those catches went for first downs. He will continue to be a threat on the outside. Baker (6-2) and Blackman (6-1) possess good size and are capable of being big-time receivers in the Big Red’s offense. Baker isoneoftheall-timeleadingpasscatchersinthestateofWisconsin, while Blackman earned time in six contests as a freshman on special teams and was particularly impressive in the spring. Canty and FitzPatrick saw time as freshmen and will join with Vredenburgh in attemptingtobreakintotherotation.FreshmenJosh Gajdos,MarkLongo,BryanWaltersandNickZerantewillalsocompete for playing time in a young and crowded group of wideouts.

Tight Ends Name Ryan Adams Avery Fenton Stu Homan William Macias Zach Owens Jeff Rosage Todd Rusinkovich Alex Spooner

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

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

Wt. 253 230 237 219 225 251 239 221

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TheBigRedlostapairofsolidtightendstograduationinChrisEckstein andTroyFollmar,buttheteamreturnsplentyoftalentattheposition. Seniors Stu Homan and Todd Rusinkovich, junior Jeff Rosage, sophomores Ryan Adams, William Macias and Alex Spooner and freshmen Avery Fenton and Zach Owens will all compete for time in 2006. Homan has been a special team’s demon in his first three seasons, and this year will look to play a bigger role on offense as a blocker in the Big Red’s run game. A physical presence with good size (6-2, 237), Homan worked all spring on becoming a better receiver. Both Rusinkovich and Rosage are hard-working players capable of blocking or receiving and tremendous teammates who have bidedtheirtimewaitingforanopportunitytojumpintotherotation. AdamsisCornell’sbiggesttargetattightend(6-5,253)andisan improvingpasscatcher,whilealreadyexcellingatblocking.Maciasis a converted quarterback with great athleticism. Spoonersawaction

Offensive Line No. 63 60 73 62 75 72 71 64 78 70 74 56 68 77 79 69 61

Name JoshBarvin Quentin Bernhard III Matt Cosh Matt Lundy Kevin Marchut Brian McGuire EricMiller Justin Mortensen Babak Motamedi Ben Neighbor Loren Rosenberg BillySchuh Ted Sonnenberg Jordan Tuttel Steve Valenta Patrick Wu Rob Zingale

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

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

Wt. 279 270 292 297 311 308 304 281 322 265 267 259 281 280 295 288 247

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The Big Red lost first-team All-American and four-time All-Ivy pickKevinBoothe’06tograduation,butCornell’soffensivelineis much less of a question mark than it was this time last season. Entering the 2005 season, three of Cornell’s projected starters hadn’ttakenavarsitysnap.Thisseason,tworeturnasAll-Ivypicks and competition for every spot on the line will be fierce. LeadingthegroupwillbeseniorsKevinMarchut,BrianMcGuire,Eric Miller and Ted Sonnenberg, each of whom started all 10 games for the Big Red a season ago. The group blocked for two 1,000-yard rushers as the team ranked eighth nationally in rushing with 248.6 ypg. Sonnenberg enters his third season as a starter on the line and earned honorable mention all-league honors at center. The 6-4, 281-pound Sonnenberg has become very adept at reading defenses and adjusting blocking schemes as needed. Marchut(6-5,311),McGuire(6-2,308)andMiller(6-5,304)form a massive group to protect the Big Red’s backfield. Marchut blocked next to Boothe while playing the left guard slot, while McGuire held downtherightguardandMillerwasintherighttacklespot.Millerwas honoredforhisplaywithanhonorablementionAll-Ivyselection.All threearepotentialAll-Ivyselectionsthisseasonasseniors. Whilefourincumbentstartersreturn,noneofthosepositionsare guaranteed,asseveralproductiveandtalentedyoungerplayerswill attempttomaketheirmarkandchallengeforthefifthopenspot.Senior Patrick Wu (6-1, 288), junior Matt Cosh (6-6, 292) and sophomores Justin Mortensen (6-0, 281), Babak Motamedi (6-4, 322) and Steve Valenta (6-5, 295) are the front runners, with both Motamedi and Valenta having outstanding spring seasons to put them in the mix. With the team’s tremendous depth, junior Loren Rosenberg will provide leadership to a young group of linemen. Sophomores Josh Barvin, Matt Lundy, Billy Schuh and Rob Zingale and freshmen Quentin Bernhard III, Ben Neighbor and Jordan Tuttel will continue to develop with eyes on making a future impact.

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

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

Wt. 232 225 263 247 265 246 271 285 209 249 229 258 250 238 230 286

Exp. — — 1L — — 1L 2L — — — 1L — 3L 1L — —

Few positions for the Big Red is as deep and talented as the defensiveline,whichreturnsthreestartersandwillelevatenumerousyoungplayersintokeyrolesafterspotdutyasfreshmen.All-Ivy selection Jonathan Lucas will join classmates Jeff Dicks and Ryan Kiscadden as the veterans on the line, while sophomores Dario Arezzo, Scott Boone and Graham Rihn lead the youngsters. Lucas was a second-team All-Ivy pick as a junior, and the threeyear starter continues to be one of the top rush ends in the Ancient Eight. He ended the year with seven tackles for loss and a team-high foursacksasoneoftheleadersonalinethatallowedopponentsjust 88.3 rushing yards per game. His quickness and power will be key incollapsingthepocketasapassrusher,andhealreadyisrecognized asatoprun-stuffer. BothDicksandKiscaddenwereextremelyimpressiveintheirfirst yearsasstartersin2005.Dicksisasolidrunstopperwhogetsagreat pushontheoffensiveline,helpingtogeneratenegativeplaysforthe offense.Hehad21tacklesandtwosackswhilestartingall10games. Kiscadden had a breakout campaign, leading the defensive linemen intackles(41),whileposting7.5tacklesforlossandthreesacks.A versatile lineman, his quickness and toughness make him an elite defensiveend. Arezzo, Boone and Rihn saw time as freshmen thanks to Coach Pete DeStefano’s philosophy of rotating linemen to keep players fresh late in games. Arezzo played in three games and has developed into a tremendous pass rushing end. Boone saw action in seven games,missingtheotherthreeduetoinjury,andendedtheyearwith 12 tackles and two forced fumbles. Rihn played in nine games, recording eight tackles while breaking up two passes, and had a tremendous spring campaign. Scott Boone Senior Matt Darby is a key special teams player who will attempt to work intotherotation.Hejoins seniorScottFeldman,junior Spencer Hansen, sophomores Pete Burnham, Garrett Grove, Frank Kunis, Jonathan RuchandJohnStathas,and 2006 FOOTBALL

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Linebackers No. 55 48 41 51 58 45 53 33 59 42

Name Ryan Blessing Chris Costello Luke Kairys Doug Lempa Aaron Levine Lucas McCarthy Evan McGuire Brian Ostrowsky Ryne Posey Kyle Reidy

Cl. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. Jr.

Ht. 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-1

Wt. 221 215 203 211 220 234 229 223 214 217

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Cornell will have a complete overhaul at linebacker after the graduation of All-Ivy caliber players Patrick Potts ’06 and Joel Sussman ’06. A pair of juniors, Ryan Blessing and Doug Lempa, seem tobetheearlyfavoritestoslideintothosepositions. Blessing had a tremendous spring season and will go from special teams star to high-motor linebacker. He saw action in all 10 games aseasonagoasareserve,postingsixtacklesandasack.Blessingis agood tackler with outstanding instincts. Lempa proved to be a big-play linebacker, and after adding size andstrengthinhisfirsttwoyears, is ready for a breakout campaign. He saw action in all 10 games a season ago, recording 23 tackles,aninterceptionandablocked kick,whileregistering1.5sacks. He is strong enough to get off blocks and make a play, and quick Doug Lempa enough to drop back into coverage if needed. Thefallpracticeswilldetermine what other players earn time at linebacker. Juniors Evan McGuire and Kyle Reidy, sophomores Luke Kairys, Luke McCarthy, Brian Ostrowsky and Ryne Posey, and freshmen Chris CostelloandAaronLevinewillall flash their talents to impress the coachingstaff. Both McGuire and Reidy will have ashottogetonthefieldaftersitting behindapairofexperiencedplayers in their first two seasons. Both McCarthy and Posey showed in the spring that they can be contributors after improving throughout their rookie campaigns. Ostrowsky moved to linebacker from running back and is aphysicalplayerwhowillbeahard-hitter,whileKairyscontinuesto add size and strength. Both Costello and Levine had outstanding prep careers and look to see immediate playing time.


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Defensive Backs/Safeties No. 7 37 6 38 35 9 31 23 27 18 29 24 16 36 9 19 4 34 43 32 49

Name Tim Bax Michael Boyd Matt Grant Conner Hare T.J. Hochanadel Adam Hollier Jared Ison JarinJackson Joe Jackson Brandon Kerns Gus Krimm Chi Chi Madu Matt Malleo Shannon Mayfield Frank Morand Aaron Mumford Colin Nash Anthony Sabo Nate Staruch Blake Thomas Marcel van Eeden

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

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

Wt. 174 193 168 185 185 198 197 171 185 198 187 212 174 187 175 160 168 191 185 195 178

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Special Teams No. 97 47 10 39

Name Michael Bolling Jay Harding Nick Maxwell Peter Zell

Cl. Jr. Jr. So. Jr.

Ht. 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-2

Wt. 238 172 193 191

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Much of the Big Red’s early success under head coach Jim Knowles has been thanks to a renewed emphasis on winning special teams. Few teams in the Ivy League have had Cornell’s balanced success. Junior punter Michael Bolling returns to help the Big Red inthefieldpositionbattle,buttheplacementdutieswillbeupinthe airforthesecondstraightseason.Ifthisyear’sresultsareanything like last year’s, when A.J. Weitsman ’06 came out of nowhere to set asingleseasonrecordforfieldgoals,Cornellwillagainhaveapotent specialteamsattack. Bollingwasconsistentandaccurateinhisfirstyearasastarter, averaging 36.7 yards per punt, while placing 23 of his 52 punts inside his opponents’ 20-yard line. He did not put a kick into the end zone for a touchback all season and had five kicks of at least 50 yards. Bolling’s leg strength and hangtime are among the league’s best. He will be challenged by sophomore Nick Maxwell, who punted twice as a freshman. Maxwell possesses a strong leg and is a hard worker. ThekickingchoreswillbeupforgrabsbetweenjuniorsJayHarding and Peter Zell. Zell is the only one of the two with previous varsity experienceasaplace-kicker,splittingtheuprightsonapairofextrapoints and attempting a field goal. Harding saw time as a kickoff specialist in two games as a sophomore. Both players will benefit greatly from the coaching of assistant Zac Roper, who helped Weitsman become an All-Ivy kicker a season ago. AnthonyJacksonwillreprisehisroleasoneoftheIvyLeague’stop returnersin2006.Heaveraged20.5yardsperkickreturnasajunior. 2006 FOOTBALL

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ThreekeyplayersreturninthedefensivebackfieldasCornell’s42-5 defense continued to pay dividends a season ago. The Big Red’s pass defense dropped by more than 50 yards per game over the first two seasons in the defense as players have adjusted to their new roles. The return of senior Matt Grant, junior Michael Boyd and sophomore Tim Bax, as well as the addition of several other talented athletes, will help Cornell improve even more in 2006. Grantopenshisthirdyearasastarteratdefensivebackandisthe team’s top returning cover corner. He picked off a pair of passes a season ago and recorded a career-high 34 tackles . After being converted from running back to wide receiver to cornerback, Grant has finally found his niche and could be one of the top defensive backs in the Ancient Eight as a senior. Boyd had a breakthrough season as a sophomore in 2005, starting all 10 games and ranking fourth on the team in tackles with 53.Thehard-hitting,big-playsafetyhadfourpassbreakups,three tackles for a loss, a sack and an interception on the season. He has thespeedandstrengthtocoverallareasofthefieldasthedefensive whip. Bax was one of the most impressive freshmen in the Ivy League a season ago, winning the league’s top rookie honor twice in 2005. He ranked sixth on the team and first among conference freshmen in tackles (40) and had 2.5 tackles for a loss, two pass breakups, an interception, a forced and a recovered fumble. A top playmaker, Bax has an innate sense of where to be on the field. He continues to add strength on his 6-2 frame and is likely to become one of the better defensiveplayersintheleague. Juniors Jared Ison and Colin Nash are expected to play a role in thedefensivebackfieldaswell.Isonwasanotherplayerwhosespring play earned him accolades from the coaches after seeing action in seven games as a sophomore. Nash converted from wide receiver early last season and saw time at defensive back. He is one of the odds-on-favoritestoearnastartingspot. Sophomores Aaron Mumford and Matt Malleo also showed during the spring their ability to become playmakers. Mumford is a converted running back who quickly adapted to defensive back a season ago. Malleo is an outstanding athlete with tremendous football instincts and is able to sit on an island and make a play on theball. At safety, senior Adam Hollier, junior Chi Chi Madu, sophomore Gus Krimm and Anthony Sabo, and freshmen T.J. Hochanadel, Nate Staruch and Blake Thomas will all compete for playing time, while thecornerbackpositionwillseechallengesfromseniorJarinJackson, juniors Brandon Kerns and Shannon Mayfield, sophomore Marcel van Eeden, and freshmen Conner Hare, Joe Jackson and Frank Morand.

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Cl. So. So. So. Jr. Fr.

Ht. 5-8 6-2 5-9 5-11 6-1

Wt. 171 194 153 168 195

Hometown/School Naperville, Ill./Naperville North HS Platteville,Wis./PlattevilleHS Boise, Idaho/Bishop Kelly HS Fairport, N.Y./Fairport HS Middletown, N.J./Middletown South HS

Grant, Matt Bax, Tim Jackson, Anthony Hollier, Adam Morand, Frank

DB S WR S DB

Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr.

5-10 6-2 5-8 5-7 6-2

168 174 177 198 175

Baldwinsville, N.Y./Baker HS Chicago, Ill./Mount Carmel HS Waterford, Mich./Brother Rice HS Detroit, Mich./Renaissance HS Cincinnati, Ohio/St. Xavier HS

10 11 12 13 14

Maxwell, Nick Connolly, Shane Liuzza, Stephen Ganter, Ben Piselli,Tom

P QB QB QB QB

So. So. Fr. Fr. So.

5-10 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-1

193 207 168 205 207

Lacey, Wash./Timberline HS Johnson City, N.Y./Maine-Endwell HS PearlRiver,La./SlidellHS State College, Pa./State College Area HS Rockville Centre, N.Y./South Side HS

15 16 17 18 19

Lucas,Tyler Malleo, Matt * Ford, Nathan Kerns, Brandon Mumford, Aaron

QB S QB DB DB

So. So. So. Jr. So.

6-2 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-11

219 174 197 198 160

Montgomery, Texas/Montgomery HS Manasquan, N.J./The Hun School Palo Alto, Calif./Palo Alto HS Martinsburg, W.Va./Hedgesville HS Gresham, Ore./San Barlow HS

20 21 22 23 23

FitzPatrick,Brian Kenney, Matt Hulseberg, Joshua Jackson,Jarin ^ Walters, Bryan

WR RB WR DB WR

So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr.

5-10 6-0 5-7 5-11 6-1

185 190 161 171 175

Collegeville, Pa./Episcopal Academy State College, Pa./State College Area HS Wilbraham, Mass./Minnechaug Regional HS New Orleans, La./Benjamin Franklin HS Bothell, Wash./Juanita HS

6 ** 7 * 8 *** 9 9 ^

24 * 25 ** 26 * 27 28

Madu, Chi Chi Siwula, Luke Kilcoyne, Shane Jackson,Joe Minor, Isaac

S RB RB DB RB

Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr.

6-2 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-0

212 201 195 185 180

Fairfield,Conn./FairfieldHS Cortland, N.Y./Homer HS San Diego, Calif./Torrey Pines HS Oakland, Calif./Oakland Senior HS Ripon, Wis./Ripon HS

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Krimm, Gus Barbour, Randy Ison,Jared Macaluso, Anthony Thomas, Blake

S RB S RB S

So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr.

6-0 5-9 6-2 5-7 6-3

187 190 197 204 195

Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington HS Huntsville, Ala./James Oliver Johnson School Powell, Ohio/Olentangy HS Middletown, N.J./Middletown South HS Greenwich, N.Y./Schuylerville Central HS

Ostrowsky, Brian Sabo, Anthony Hochanadel, T.J. Mayfield, Shannon * Boyd, Michael

LB S S DB S

So. So. Fr. Jr. Jr.

6-1 5-10 6-1 5-10 5-11

223 191 185 187 193

Wyoming, Pa./Bishop Hoban HS Novi, Mich./Detroit Catholic Central HS Woodinville, Wash./Eastside Catholic HS Hampton, Ga./Lovejoy HS Pasadena, Texas/Deer Park HS

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Hare, Conner Zell,Peter Rusinkovich, Todd Kairys,Luke Reidy, Kyle

DB PK TE LB LB

Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr.

5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-1

185 191 239 203 217

Spokane, Wash./Gonzaga Prep Ft. Myers, Fla./Bishop Verot HS San Clemente, Calif./San Clemente HS Geneva, N.Y./Geneva HS Scarsdale, N.Y./Edgemont HS

43 45 46 47 48 **

Staruch, Nate McCarthy, Lucas Germani, Jamie Harding, Jay Homan, Stu

S LB RB PK TE

Fr. So. So. Jr. Sr.

6-2 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-2

185 234 182 172 237

Freeland, Pa./Hazleton Area HS Hood River, Ore./Hood River Valley HS Macugnie, Pa./Emmaus HS State College, Pa./State College Area HS Meridian, Idaho/Eagle HS

48 ^ 49 * 50 51 * 52 **

Costello,Chris van Eeden, Marcel Grove, Garrett Lempa, Doug Dicks,Jeff

LB DB DL LB DL

Fr. So. So. Jr. Sr.

6-1 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-2

215 178 209 211 271

Katonah, N.Y./John Jay HS Gladstone, N.J./West Morris Mendham HS Loganville, Ga./Loganville HS PointPleasantBeach,N.J./PointPleasantBeachHS Bellevue, Wash./Bellevue HS

LB DL LB OL LB

Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr.

5-11 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-2

229 246 221 259 220

White Plains, N.Y./White Plains HS Thornwood, N.Y./Westlake HS Oneida, N.Y./Oneida HS Lemoore, Calif./Lemoore Union HS Export, Pa./Franklin Regional HS

LB OL OL OL OL

So. Fr. So. So. So.

6-1 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-7

214 270 247 297 279

Lee’s Summit, Mo./Lee’s Summit North HS Alameda, Calif./Encinal HS Hubbard, Ohio/Hubbard HS Lancaster, Pa./J.P. McCaskey HS Houston, Texas/Phillips Exeter Academy (Mass.)

53 54 55 56 58 59 60 61 62 63

McGuire, Evan * Darby, Matt * Blessing, Ryan Schuh,Billy Levine, Aaron Posey, Ryne Bernhard III, Quentin Zingale, Rob Lundy, Matt Barvin,Josh

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2006 Big Red Alphabetical Roster No. N a m e ........... Pos. 87 91 2 93 30 63 7 60 81 82 55 3 97 65 37 95 1 11 73 48 98 54 52 76 82 20 17 83 13 46 6 50 94 47 38 35 9 48 22 31 8 23 27 41 21 18 26 90 29 67 51 58 12 5 92 15 62 32 89 24

Adams, Ryan ....... TE Arezzo, Dario ...... DL Baker,Jesse ........ W R Ballou,Ricky ....... DL Barbour, Randy ..... RB Barvin,Josh ........ O L Bax, Tim ........... S Bernhard III, Quentin O L Blackman, Horatio .. W R Blakemore, Patrick .. W R Blessing, Ryan ...... LB Bleymaier, Tommy .. W R Bolling, Michael ..... P Boone, Scott ....... DL Boyd, Michael ....... S Burnham, Pete ..... DL Canty, Zac ........ W R Connolly, Shane .... Q B Cosh, Matt ........ O L Costello,Chris ..... LB Cowman, Trevin .... DL Darby, Matt ....... DL Dicks,Jeff ......... DL Feldman, Scott ..... DL Fenton, Avery ...... TE FitzPatrick,Brian .... W R Ford, Nathan ...... Q B Gajdos, Josh ....... W R Ganter, Ben ....... Q B Germani, Jamie ..... RB Grant, Matt ....... D B Grove, Garrett ..... DL Hansen, Spencer .... DL Harding, Jay ....... PK Hare, Conner ...... D B Hochanadel, T.J. ..... S Hollier, Adam ....... S Homan, Stu ....... TE Hulseberg, Joshua ... W R Ison,Jared .......... S Jackson, Anthony .... W R Jackson,Jarin ....... D B Jackson,Joe ........ D B Kairys,Luke ........ LB Kenney, Matt ...... RB Kerns, Brandon ..... D B Kilcoyne, Shane ..... RB Kiscadden, Ryan .... DL Krimm, Gus ........ S Kunis, Frank ....... DL Lempa, Doug ...... LB Levine, Aaron ...... LB Liuzza, Stephen ..... Q B Longo, Mark ....... W R Lucas, Jonathan ..... DL Lucas,Tyler ........ Q B Lundy, Matt ....... O L Macaluso, Anthony .. RB Macias, William .... TE Madu, Chi Chi ...... S


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2006 Big Red Numerical Roster No. 64 65 * 66 67 68 **

Name Mortensen, Justin Boone, Scott Ruch, Jonathan Kunis, Frank Sonnenberg, Ted

Pos. OL DL DL DL OL

Cl. So. So. So. So. Sr.

Ht. 6-0 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-4

Wt. 281 263 230 258 281

Hometown/School Rothschild, Wis./D.C. Everest HS Naperville, Ill./Benet Academy Emmaus, Pa./Allentown Central Catholic HS East Hanover, N.J./Seton Hall Prep Holgate, Ohio/Holgate School

69 70 71 72 73

Wu, Patrick Neighbor, Ben * Miller,Eric * McGuire, Brian Cosh, Matt

OL OL OL OL OL

Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

6-1 6-5 6-5 6-2 6-6

288 265 304 308 292

Dallas, Texas/Plano HS/Oregon State Richardson, Texas/Choate Rosemary Hall Marengo, Ohio/Highland HS Princeton Jct., N.J./West Windsor-Plainsboro HS Canandaigua, N.Y./Canandaigua Academy

74 75 76 77 78

Rosenberg, Loren * Marchut, Kevin Feldman, Scott Tuttel,Jordan Motamedi, Babak

OL OL DL OL OL

Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So.

6-2 6-5 6-0 6-7 6-4

267 311 285 280 322

Oak Park, Calif./Oak Park HS Succasunna, N.J./Roxbury HS Pepper Pike, Ohio/Orange HS Sidney, N.Y./Sidney Central HS Rochester, Mich./Rochester Adams HS

79 80 81 82 82

* Valenta, Steve Spooner, Alex Blackman, Horatio * Blakemore, Patrick ^ Fenton, Avery

OL TE WR WR TE

So. So. So. Sr. Fr.

6-5 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3

295 221 171 211 230

Orland Park, Ill./Carl Sandburg HS Rocky River, Ohio/St. Edwards HS Albany, N.Y./Albany HS Boulder, Colo./Fairview HS Newport Beach, Calif./Corona del Mar HS

83 84 85 86 87

Gajdos, Josh Zerante, Nick * Rosage,Jeff Owens, Zach Adams, Ryan

WR WR TE TE TE

Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So.

6-1 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-5

176 200 251 225 253

Towaco, N.J./Montville Township HS Elmhurst, Ill./York Community HS Panama, N.Y./Panama Central HS East Kingston, N.H./Exeter HS Roxbury, N.J./Roxbury HS

WR TE DL DL DL

So. So. Sr. So. Sr.

6-1 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-2

204 219 229 232 250

Chenango Forks, N.Y./Chenango Forks HS North Bergen, N.J./High Tech HS Landisville, Pa./Hempfield HS North Syracuse, N.Y./Christian Brothers Academy Wheat Ridge, Colo./Arvada West HS

88 89 90 * 91 92 ***

Vredenburgh, Zach Macias, William Kiscadden, Ryan Arezzo, Dario Lucas, Jonathan

93 94 95 96 97

Ballou,Ricky Hansen, Spencer Burnham, Pete * Rihn, Graham * Bolling, Michael

DL DL DL DL P

Fr. Jr. So. So. Jr.

6-2 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-1

225 249 247 238 238

New Haven, Conn./Choate Rosemary Hall Lakewood, Colo./Bear Creek HS Danvers, Mass./St. John’s Preparatory School AllisonPark,Pa./PittsburghCentralCatholicHS Ann Arbor, Mich./Ann Arbor Pioneer HS

98 99

Cowman, Trevin Stathas, John

DL DL

Fr. So.

6-4 6-3

265 286

Kingston, Pa./Wyoming Valley West HS Dallas, Texas/St. Mark’s HS

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SUPPORT STAFF Director of Football Operations: TBA Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: Tom Howley (Tulane ‘88) Head Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist: Bernie DePalma (Quinnipiac ‘78) Associate Head Athletic Trainer: Jim Case (Central Michigan ‘86) Head Equipment Manager: Dale Strauf (Cortland ‘79) Equipment Assistants: Doug Vorhis, Dick Randall Administrative Assistants: Karen Berkley, Becky Hollenback-Miller

Pronunciations

Dario .......... DARR-e-o Arezzo ......... a-REEZ-o Bolling ........ BOWL-ing DeStefano . dee-STEF-an-oh Gajdos .......... GAY-dos Germani .... gerr-MONN-e Hochanadel HOCK-an-a-dell Hollier ............ OY-ay Hulseberg .. HULL-sah-berg Kairys .......... CARE-ees Kavanagh ...... KAV-in-aw Kiscadden ..... kis-COD-an Knowles .......... NOLLS Liuzza ........ LEE-ooze-ah Macaluso ... mac-a-LOO-so

16 75 10 36 45 72 53 71 28 9 64 78 19 4 70 33 86 14 59 42 96 85 74 66 40 34 56 25 68 80 43 99 32 77 79 49 88 23 69 39 84 61

Malleo, Matt ........ S Marchut, Kevin ..... O L Maxwell, Nick ...... P Mayfield, Shannon .. D B McCarthy, Lucas .... LB McGuire, Brian ..... O L McGuire, Evan ...... LB Miller,Eric ........ O L Minor, Isaac ....... RB Morand, Frank ..... D B Mortensen, Justin ... O L Motamedi, Babak ... O L Mumford, Aaron .... D B Nash, Colin ........ W R Neighbor, Ben ..... O L Ostrowsky, Brian .... LB Owens, Zach ....... TE Piselli,Tom ........ Q B Posey, Ryne ........ LB Reidy, Kyle ........ LB Rihn, Graham ...... DL Rosage,Jeff ........ TE Rosenberg, Loren ... O L Ruch, Jonathan ..... DL Rusinkovich, Todd ... TE Sabo, Anthony ...... S Schuh,Billy ........ O L Siwula, Luke ....... RB Sonnenberg, Ted ... O L Spooner, Alex ...... TE Staruch, Nate ....... S Stathas, John ....... DL Thomas, Blake ....... S Tuttel,Jordan ...... O L Valenta, Steve ..... O L van Eeden, Marcek .. D B Vredenburgh, Zach .. W R Walters, Bryan ...... W R Wu, Patrick ........ O L Zell,Peter ......... PK Zerante, Nick ...... W R Zingale, Rob ....... O L

Macias ....... muh-SEE-us Malleo ........ Muh-LAYO Marchut ....... mar-SHUT Babak ......... bob-BACK Motamedi . Moto-MUDD-ee Rosage ........ Raw-SEGE Ruch .............. R U C K Rusinkovich .. rus-in-KO-vich Schuh ............ S H O O Siwula ...... suh-WUH-luh Staruch .......... sta-RUK Stathas ......... STATH-iz Van Eeden ..... VAN E-din Wasser .......... WAH-ser Zingale ........ zin-GAL-e

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Head Coach: Jim Knowles (Cornell ‘87) Assistant Head Coach: Clayton Carlin (Juniata ‘87) - Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach Assistant Coaches: Brad Beerwinkel (Texas ‘97) - Safeties Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Brian Coon (Albion ‘92) - Assistant Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach Pete DeStefano (Slippery Rock ‘78) - Associate Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach Tom Jones (Temple ‘80) - Linebackers Coach Scott Kavanagh (Wisconsin ‘01) - Quarterbacks Coach Roderick Plummer (Washington State ‘93) - Defensive Backs Coach/Special Teams Coordinator Bret Colbert (Bridgewater ‘04) - Offensive Assistant Zac Roper (Mississippi ‘01) - Running Backs Coach

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Starters Lost ........... 12 Offense ................ 4 Kevin Boothe (OL), Chris Eckstein (TE), Ryan Kuhn (QB), Brian Romney (WR).

Starters Returning ...... 12 Offense ................ 7 Anthony Jackson (WR), Shane Kilcoyne (RB), Kevin Marchut (OL), Brian McGuire (OL), Eric Miller (OL), Luke Siwula (RB), Ted Sonnenberg (OL).

Defense ................ 5 Jason Cloyd (DB), Matt Pollock (DL), Patrick Potts (LB), Kevin Rex (S), Joel Sussman (LB). Specialists .............. 1 A.J. Weitsman (PK). Letter Winners Lost ..... 18 Offense ................ 7 John Bazzo, Kevin Boothe, Chris Eckstein, Troy Follmar, Ryan Kuhn, Jon Moody, Brian Romney. Defense ............... 10 Jordan Calaguire, Jason Cloyd, Jeff Hahn, Kawika Nakoa, Matt Pollock, Patrick Potts, Kevin Rex, Ed Sabia, Joel Sussman, Rich Trumka. Specialists .............. 1 A.J. Weitsman.

Defense ................ 6 Tim Bax (S), Michael Boyd (S), Jeff Dicks (DL), Matt Grant (DB), Ryan Kiscadden (DL), Jonathan Lucas (DL). Specialists .............. 1 Michael Bolling (P). Letter Winners Returning 30 Offense ............... 14 Patrick Blakemore, Tommy Bleymaier, Nathan Ford, Stu Homan, Anthony Jackson, Shane Kilcoyne, Anthony Macaluso, Kevin Marchut, Brian McGuire, Eric Miller, Jeff Rosage, Luke Siwula, Ted Sonnenberg, Steve Valenta. Defense ............... 15 Tim Bax, Ryan Blessing, Scott Boone, Michael Boyd, Matt Darby, Jeff Dicks, Matt Grant, Jared Ison, Ryan Kiscadden, Doug Lempa, Jonathan Lucas, Chi Chi Madu, Colin Nash, Graham Rihn, Marcel van Eeden. Specialists .............. 1 Michael Bolling.

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Big Red By Class ... Seniors ............... 18 Patrick Blakemore, Matt Darby, Jeff Dicks, Scott Feldman, Matt Grant, Adam Hollier, Stu Homan, Anthony Jackson, Jarin Jackson, Ryan Kiscadden, Jonathan Lucas, Anthony Macaluso, Kevin Marchut, Brian McGuire, Eric Miller, Todd Rusinkovich, Ted Sonnenberg, Patrick Wu. Juniors ............... 18 Ryan Blessing, Michael Bolling, Michael Boyd, Matt Cosh, Spencer Hansen, Jay Harding, Jared Ison, Brandon Kerns, Doug Lempa, Chi Chi Madu, Evan McGuire, Colin Nash, Kyle Reidy, Jeff Rosage, Loren Rosenberg, Luke Siwula, Dan Wasser, Peter Zell. Sophomores ........... 41 Ryan Adams, Dario Arezzo, Jesse Baker, Josh Barvin, Tim Bax, Horatio Blackman, Tommy Bleymaier, Scott Boone, Pete Burnham, Zac Canty, Shane Connolly, Brian FitzPatrick, Nathan Ford, Jamie Germani, Garrett Grove, Joshua Hulseberg,

Shane Kilcoyne, Gus Krimm, Frank Kunis, Tyler Lucas, Matt Lundy, William Macias, Matt Malleo, Nick Maxwell, Lucas McCarthy, Justin Mortensen, Babak Motamedi, Aaron Mumford, Brian Ostrowsky, Tom Piselli, Ryne Posey, Graham Rihn, Jonathan Ruch, Anthony Sabo, Billy Schuh, Alex Spooner, John Stathas, Steve Valenta, Marcel van Eeden, Zach Vredenburgh, Rob Zingale. Freshmen ............. 24 Ricky Ballou, Randy Barbour, Quentin Bernhard III, Chris Costello, Trevin Cowman, Avery Fenton, Josh Gajdos, Ben Ganter, Conner Hare, T.J. Hochanadel, Joe Jackson, Matt Kenney, Aaron Levine, Stephen Liuzza, Mark Longo, Isaac Minor, Frank Morand, Ben Neighbor, Zach Owens, Nate Strauch, Blake Thomas, Jordan Tuttel, Bryan Walters, Nick Zerante.

2006 Big Red By State Alabama (1) Barbour(Huntsville). California(8) Bernhard (Alameda), Fenton (Newport Beach), Ford(PaloAlto), Jo.Jackson(Oakland),Kilcoyne (San Diego), Rosenberg (Oak Park), Rusinkovich (San Clemente), Schuh (Lemoore). Colorado (3) Blakemore (Boulder), Hansen (Lakewood), J. Lucas (Wheat Ridge).

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Florida (1) Zell(Ft.Myers). Georgia (2) Grove (Loganville), Mayfield (Hampton). Idaho (2) Bleymaier (Boise), Homan (Meridian). Illinois(5) Bax (Chicago), Boone (Naperville), Canty (Naperville), Valenta (Orland Park), Zerante (Elmhurst). Louisiana (2) Ja. Jackson (New Orleans), Liuzza (Pearl River). Massachusetts (2) Burnham (Danvers), Hulseberg (Wilbraham).

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Michigan (5) Bolling(AnnArbor),Hollier(Detroit),A.Jackson (Waterford), Motamedi (Rochester), Sabo (Novi). Missouri (1) Posey (Lee’s Summit). New Hampshire (1) Owens (East Kingston). New Jersey (11) Adams (Roxbury), Gajdos (Towaco), Kunis (East Hanover), Lempa (Point Pleasant Beach), Longo (Middletown), Macaluso (Middletown), Macias (North Bergen), Malleo (Manasquan), Marchut (Succasunna), B. McGuire (Princeton Junction), van Eeden (Gladstone). New York (18) Arezzo (North Syracuse), Blackman (Albany), Blessing(Oneida),Connolly(JohnsonCity),Cosh (Canandaigua), Costello (Katonah), Darby (Thornwood), Grant (Baldwinsville), Kairys (Geneva), E. McGuire (White Plains), Nash (Fairport), Piselli (Rockville Centre), Reidy (Scarsdale), Rosage (Panama), Siwula (Cortland), Thomas (Greenwich), Tuttel (Sidney), Vredenburgh (Chenango Forks). Ohio (8) Feldman (Pepper Pike), Ison (Powell), Krimm (Columbus), Miller (Marengo), Morand (Cincinnati), Sonnenberg (Holgate), Spooner (Rocky River), Zingale (Hubbard).

Oregon (2) McCarthy (Hood River), Mumford (Gresham). Pennsylvania (13) Cowman (Plymouth), FitzPatrick (Collegeville), Ganter (State College), Germani (Emmaus), Harding (State College), Kenney (State College),Kiscadden(Landisville),Levine(Export), Lundy (Lancaster), Ostrowsky (Wyoming), Rihn (Allison Park), Ruch (Emmaus), Staruch (Freeland). Texas (6) Barvin (Houston), Boyd (Pasadena), T. Lucas (Montgomery), Neighbor (Richardson), Stathas (Dallas),Wu(Dallas). Washington (5) Dicks (Bellevue), Hare (Spokane), Hochanadel (Woodinville), Maxwell (Lacey), Walters (Bothell). West Virginia (1) Kerns (Martinsburg). Wisconsin (3) Baker (Platteville), Minor (Ripon), Mortensen (Rothschild).


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RYANADAMS

#87

Sophomore Tight End • 6-5 • 253 Roxbury, N.J. Roxbury HS Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

At Cornell: A big target at tight end, Adams willhaveachancetoearnaspotinthelineup after the graduation of two seniors at the position. He saw time on thejuniorvarsityteamlastyear.Withincreasedstrength,Adamsis also expected to become a solid blocker. He is enrolled in the College of Engineering. At Roxbury: A captain of both the football andbasketballteamsatRoxburyHS,Adamswasafirst-teamall-area and all-county selection in 2004. He was named to the New Jersey Super 100 squad and was a National Football Hall of Fame ScholarAthlete Award recipient. Adams was a first-team all-league pick as a junior and senior and was a three-year starter at tight end and on the defensive line. His team won the conference title as a sophomore. Adams was also an honorable mention all-league pick in basketball,wherehewasathree-yearletterwinner.Personal:Ryan Jeffrey Adams is the son of Jeff and Lori Adams and has a younger brotherandsister.Hisgrandfather,RobertAdams,playedfootball fortheBaltimoreColts.

D ARIO AREZZO

#91

Sophomore Defensive Line • 6-0 • 232 North Syracuse, N.Y. Christian Brothers Academy Communication

#2

Sophomore Wide Receiver • 6-2 • 194 Platteville,Wis. Platteville HS Economics

At Cornell: Baker proved to be a strong receivingoptionwhileplayingforthescout team and will be a big part of Cornell’s passing attack in 2006 and beyond. A good athlete with size, he will also be part of the plans on special teams. He has good hands and was one of the most productivehighschoolplayerseverinWisconsin.Bakerisenrolled intheCollegeofArtsandSciences.AtPlatteville:Afirst-teamallstate selection by the Wisconsin Football Coaches, Baker was named one of the top 100 high school prospects in the state by Scout.com as a senior at Platteville HS. Baker had 54 catches for 1,012yardsand15touchdownsinhisfinalseason,leadingthestate in receiving touchdowns and ranking third in receiving yards. He was named first-team all-conference as a team captain. The threeyear starter was named the team’s offensive MVP in 2004. Baker had a state record five touchdown catches in one game during his junior campaign, then broke his own state record by hauling in six scoring passes. He ended that game with 264 receiving yards, ninth-best instatehistory.Bakerhad107careerreceptionsfor1,765yardsand 28 touchdowns, averaging 16.5 yards per reception. He was named honorable mention all-state as a junior. Personal: Jesse Lee Baker is the son of Stephanie Becker.

JOSHBARVIN

#63

Sophomore Offensive Line • 6-7 • 279 Houston, Texas Phillips Exeter Academy (Mass.) Economics

At Cornell: Barvin spent his freshman season gaining strength and adjusting to the speed of the collegiate game. With a solid frame and strong work ethic, he is expected to play a big role on the offensive line in the nearfuture.BarvinisenrolledintheCollegeofArtsandSciences. AtPhillipsExeter:BarvinplayedoneyearatPhillipsExeterAcademy after a strong high school career at the Kincaid School. A physically imposing athlete, Barvin played on both the offensive and defensive lines, helping Kincaid to a 9-1 record and an unbeaten league mark in 2003 en route to a Southwest Prep Conference championship. He also competed in basketball and track and field. Personal: Joshua Meyer Barvin is the son of Mark and Martha Barvinandhasanolderandyoungerbrother.Hisolderbrother,Eric, playsbasketballatEmoryUniversity.

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At Cornell: Arezzo spent most of his freshman season on the team’s two-deep and earnedplayingtimeinthreecontests.Astrong,quickpassrusher, Arezzo is also solid against the run and will have a chance to make an impact on the lineup after a strong spring. Arezzo is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At CBA: A first-team all-stateandAll-CentralNewYorkselectionatChristianBrothers Academy, Arezzo was part of an undefeated state championship squadhissenioryear.Herecorded79tackles,including10forloss andeightsacks,whileblockingakickandscoringapairofdefensive touchdowns as an all-league defensive end. Arezzo was invited to play in the 2004 Governor’s Bowl, pitting the best high school players from New York vs. the best players from New Jersey. As a junior,Arezzowasthird-teamall-leagueandthird-teamAll-Central New York. For his career, Arezzo posted 208 tackles, 25 tackles for loss and 20 sacks. He was rated a two-star prospect according to scoutingserviceRivals.com.Personal:DarioGiuseppeArezzoisthe son of Pietro and Angela Arezzo and has a younger brother and sister.

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Sophomore Safety • 6-2 • 174 Chicago,Ill. Mount Carmel HS Urban and Regional Studies

GP 10 10

Solo 25 25

Assists 15 15

For Loss 2.5-9 2.5-9

H O R A T I O BLACKMAN

Sacks 0.5-4 0.5-4

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At Cornell: Blackman flashed the potential to be an impact wide receiver with his performances on the scout team in 2005. He possesses good hands, speed and height on the outside. With added strength, Blackman could become one of the team’s top offensive threats. He saw actioninsixcontestsasareserveandonspecialteamsasafreshman and is expected to play a much greater role in 2006. He is enrolled in the College of Human Ecology. At Albany: Blackman had 19 catches for 378 yards and two touchdowns as a senior wide receiver at Albany HS to rank among the top 20 receivers in the section. A SectionIIAll-Star,Blackmanwasfirst-teamall-areawhileservingas team co-captain. He had five games with at least 50 yards receiving and also hauled in a two-point conversion. Blackman also lettered as captain of the track team. Personal: Horatio Walton Blackman is the son of Albert and Jennifer Blackman and has an older brother andsister.Hisbrother,thelateBalewaBlackman,isa1996Cornell grad,whilehissister,Loneke,isajunioratCornell.

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At Cornell: Blakemore will play a large role in leading a young receiving corps in 2006. Though he has only three career receptions, Blakemore has seen significant playing time at wideout and is a tremendous blocker with good size and soft hands. Blakemore will also reprise his three-year role as holder on all placements, a job he has done near-flawlessly during his career. A special teams demon, Blakemore had five tackles, including two to go along with a forced fumble in the win over Harvard, in 2005. He made his first career catch in the win over Princeton as a sophomore. Blakemore is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences. At Fairview: Blakemore was a fouryear letter winner as a wide receiver for the Fairview HS football team. He was twice named all-league and finished his career with all-region, all-state and All-Colorado honors. As the team’s captain his senior year, he was a National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete. Blakemore was also the team captain for the basketball team, where he was a two-time all-league and all-region selection. Personal: Patrick Wyatt Blakemore is the son of Kit and Wendy Blakemore and has an older sister, Katy, who was a member of the swimming and diving team at Stanford. Year 2004 2005 Totals

GP 9 10 19

Rec. 1 2 3

Yds. 1 4 5

Avg. 1.0 2.0 1.7

TD 0 0 0

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LP 1 4 4

#55

Junior Linebacker • 5-11 • 221 Oneida, N.Y. Oneida HS Applied Economics and Management

#81

Sophomore Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 172 Albany, N.Y. Albany HS Policy Analysis and Management

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Senior Wide Receiver • 6-2 • 211 Boulder, Colo. Fairview HS English

At Cornell: An All-Ivy candidate, Bax was a two-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week selection in 2005. He ranked sixth on the team and first among all Ivy League rookies in tackles (40) and was one of the squad’s top playmakerswith2.5tacklesforaloss,aninterception,aforcedand recovered fumble and two pass breakups. Bax saw action in all 10 contests at both safety and defensive back, starting twice. His signature game came in the win at Dartmouth when he posted a career-best 10 tackles, including 1.5 for a loss with a half-sack, intercepted a pass and broke up another. The previous week he notchedeightstopswithatackleforalossandaforcedfumble.Bax possesses good speed, size and tremendous instincts and could quicklyemergeasoneoftheAncientEight’stopdefensiveplayers. HeisenrolledintheCollegeofArchitecture,Art,andPlanning.At Mount Carmel: Bax was a three-sport star at Mount Carmel HS, competinginfootball,basketballandvolleyball.Afirst-teamAllCatholicLeagueselectioninhisfinaltwoseasonsandanhonorable mention all-state pick in his final campaign, Bax had 66 tackles as a senior for his 9-4 squad. He was named to the ISNET Chicago Super 7 all-star team as one of the seven best players in the Catholic League. Bax also earned team most valuable player honors as a senior. Personal: Timothy John Bax is the son of Mary and Bob Bax and has an older brother and an older and younger sister. Year 2005 Totals

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At Cornell: A talented performer with a high motor,Blessingwillattempttobreakintothe linebacking corps full-time as a junior. He played in all 10 games as a reserve linebacker and special teams starter in 2005, making six total tackles, including three against Bucknell in the season opener.Blessingalsorecordedhisfirstcareersack,a10-yardstop againsttheBison.Blessingsawactionineachoftheteam’sfinalfive games in 2004, all on special teams. He finished the season with three tackles, including solo stops against Princeton and Penn. BlessingisenrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences. At Oneida: Blessing was a three-time letter winner who excelled at both running back and linebacker. A three-year starter, he was named a first-team all-league linebacker and a third team AllCentralNewYorklinebackerasasenior.Hisjuniorseason,Blessing was named a first-team all-league running back and linebacker, as well as a second-team all-state linebacker. Personal: Ryan James Blessing is the son of Jeff and Laura Blessing and has two younger brothers. Year 2004 2005 Totals

GP 5 10 15

Solo 2 4 6

Assists 1 2 3

For Loss 0-0 1-10 1-10

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T OMMY BLEYMAIER*

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S COTT BOONE*

Sophomore Wide Receiver • 5-9 • 153 Boise, Idaho Bishop Kelly HS Electrical Engineering

At Cornell: Bleymaier was one of the brightest surprises of last year’s freshman class, earning immediate playing time and responding with nine catches for 109 yards. He had two catches in three different games, registering a career-high 24 yards at Colgate. Five of his catches went for first downs. He is expected to again be one of the team’s deep threats thanks to his great hands, precise route running and straightlinespeed.HeisenrolledintheCollegeofEngineering.At Bishop Kelly: Bleymaier was a first-team all-state selection as a senior at Bishop Kelly HS, helping his squad to an undefeated state championshiprunasasenior(12-0).Afirst-teamall-leagueselection,Bleymaierfinishedtheseasonwith56receptionsfor768yards and 11 touchdowns. Bleymaier caught a touchdown pass in the state championship game. He was also an all-district selection in basketball. Personal: Thomas Matthew Bleymaier is the son of Gene and Danell Bleymaier and has two older sisters and an older brother. His father is the athletic director at Boise State and his brother,Joe,isawidereceiveratDelaware. Year 2005 Totals

GP 10 10

Rec. 9 9

Yds. 109 109

Avg. 12.1 12.1

TD 0 0

#65

Sophomore Defensive Line • 6-2 • 263 Naperville, Ill. Benet Academy Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

LP 23 23

At Cornell: Boone is expected to challenge for a starting spot after showing tremendous potential as a freshman in 2005. Despite missing three games due to injury, Boone still managed to make 12 tackles, including one for a loss, and forced a pair of fumbles. The hard-hitting lineman is both a run-stuffer and a pass rusher with the ability to overpower an offensive lineman or run right around him. He had threetacklesagainstbothBucknellandPrinceton,forcingafumble againsttheBison,aswellasagainstColumbia.Booneisenrolledin theCollegeofEngineering.AtBenet:Afirst-teamall-stateselection in Class 6A as a senior at Benet Academy, Boone was selected toparticipateinthe2005IllinoisCoachesAssociationShrinersAllStar Football Game. Boone was named the league’s top defensive lineman and was a first-team all-league pick. Personal: Scott Cameron Boone is the son of Mark and Kathy Boone and has a younger brother and sister. Year 2005 Totals

GP 7 7

Solo 9 9

Assists 3 3

For Loss 1-2 1-2

M ICHAEL BOYD* MICHAELBOLLING*

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GP 10 10

Punts 52 52

Yds. 1909 1909

Avg. 36.7 36.7

Long 54 54

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At Cornell: One of the team’s top defenders, Boydisahard-hittingsafetywithgoodspeed andfootballsense.Hehadabreakthroughseasonin2005,finishing fourth on the team’s tackle chart with 53 stops. He added three tacklesforaloss,asack,aninterceptionandfourpassbreakupson the season. A first-team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District selection in 2005, Boyd had a career-best nine tackles, including twoforaloss,againstBucknell,thenmatchedthattotallaterinthe season with nine stops against Ivy champion Brown. Boyd had five tackles and his first career sack against Georgetown and notched seven tackles and an INT in the win over then-No. 25 Harvard. He saw action in three games as a freshman, making one special teams tackle. Boyd was the recipient of the team’s Daniel N. Bondareff Freshman Scholar-Athlete Award. Boyd is enrolled in the College of Engineering. At Deer Park: Boyd was a three-sport athlete and football letter winner at Deer Park HS. He played both quarterback and safety as a senior, earning a 235A honorable mention while serving as the team’s captain. A member of the Touchdown Club, Boyd was named the Houston Scholar Athlete of the Year for the 2003 season. He also played baseball and track. Personal: Michael George Boyd is the son of Mike and Joyce Boyd and has a younger brother. Year 2004 2005 Totals

GP 3 10 13

Solo 1 26 27

Assists 0 27 27

For Loss 0-0 3-9 3-9

Sacks 0-0 1-1 1-1

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At Cornell: Bolling made a name for himself as one of the Ivy League’s top punters in 2005, providing a strong and accurate leg and good hangtime. He had a solid first season as the Big Red punter, averaging 36.7 yards on 52 kicks and pinning the opponent inside its own 20-yard line on 23 occasions, including at least one in each of the team’s 10 contests. Bolling had five kicks of 50 yards or more, including a career-best 54-yard kick at Dartmouth, and did not put a punt into the end zone for a touchback all season. He spent the 2004 season on the junior varsity team. Bolling is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Ann Arbor Pioneer: Bolling was an honorable mention all-state selection in football at Ann Arbor PioneerHS,letteringtwicewhilepunting,kickingandplayingboth offensiveanddefensiveline.Teamcaptainasasenior,Bollingwas ascholasticAll-Americanasasenior.Hewasalsoafour-yearletter winner in swimming while competing in the backstroke. Personal: Michael Huey Bolling is the son of Steven and Cheryl Bolling and hasayoungersister.

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Junior Safety • 5-11 • 193 Pasadena, Texas Deer Park HS Civil Engineering

#97

Junior Punter • 6-1 • 238 Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor Pioneer HS Entomology

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#95

Sophomore Defensive Line • 6-3 • 247 Danvers, Mass. St. John’s Preparatory School Animal Sciences

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Sophomore Wide Receiver • 5-8 • 171 Naperville, Ill. Naperville North HS Applied Economics and Management

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At Cornell: Canty flashed the ability to become an impact player on the offensive end as a freshman, rushing once for three yards and seeing action in a total of six contests. He is expected to earn a major role in 2006 at both wide receiver and possibly returning punts as well. Canty is enrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.AtNaperville North:Afirst-teamall-areaselectionasasenioratNapervilleNorth HS, Canty had close to 800 yards receiving, rushed for more than 200 yards, returned punts and kicked field goals and extra points as a senior. As a defensive back, he added four interceptions with 44 tackles and was invited to compete in the 2005 ICA/Shrine AllStar Football Game. He helped his team to a league title and a 101 record as a senior after earning Sun News Player of the Year as a junior. He led the team with 524 yards receiving in 2003 and ranked fourth in rushing with 357 yards. He also scored seven all-purpose touchdowns as a junior when he earned Chicago Tribune honorable mention all-state accolades. Canty was rated a two-star prospect according to scouting service Rivals.com. Personal: Zachary Adam Canty is the son of Don and Karen Canty and has a younger brother andsister.

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TEAM #11

Sophomore Quarterback • 6-1 • 207 Johnson City, N.Y. Maine-Endwell HS Science of Natural and Environmental Syst.

At Cornell: Burnham adds increased depth to a young defensive line considered to be among the team’s deepest and most talented positions. He has the abilitytocontributeashecontinuestogainstrength,andwillhave an opportunity to earn increased playing time as a sophomore in 2006. Burnham is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.AtSt.John’sPrep:Athree-yearstarteratSt.John’sPrep, Burnham was named to the league all-star team while playing a myriad of positions. Burnham saw action at defensive end, tight end, fullback and on the offensive line, helping his team to four consecutive league championships. He posted 54 tackles and eight sacksasasenior,earninghimaspotintheShriner’sAll-StarClass and the Agganis All-Star game. He was named to the Lynn Item AllStar team as a senior in football, then switched to the diamond in the fall, playing pitcher and first base for the baseball team. Personal: Peter J. Burnham is the son of Scott and Patricia Burnham and has an older sister and a younger brother.

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At Cornell: Connolly will compete for the starting job at quarterback as a sophomore in 2006. He saw action against Georgetown, but did not attempt a pass. Boasting a strong arm and the ability to manage an offense, Connolly has an opportunity to direct a winning team and has the trust of the coaching staff and his teammates. He is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Maine-Endwell: The 2004 New York State Class A player of the year, Connolly led MaineEndwellHStoitsfirststatetitlewithaperfect12-0seasonasasenior. As a senior, Connolly completed 69-of-113 passes for 1,324 yards and14touchdownswhilethrowingjustfiveinterceptions.Connolly also ran for 10 touchdowns in M-E’s option attack. He was chosen as the New York State Coaches Association Co-Player of the Year as a senior after earning third-team all-state honors as a junior at safety. He directed an offense that averaged nearly 38 points per game on its way to the state championship. Connolly was invited to play in the 2004 Governor’s Bowl, pitting the best high school players from New York vs. the best players from New Jersey. Despite playing with a torn ACL in the state final, Connolly tossed for 308 yards and three touchdowns after sitting out the first quarter. He competed in the 2005 Ernie Davis All-Star Classic, and was named to the 2003 and 2004 Binghamton Press and Sun Bulletin All-Metro firstteam.Connollywasafour-yearstarterinfootball,athree-year starterinbaseballasapitcher/firstbaseman,andatwo-yearstarter asaforwardinbasketball.Personal:TimothyShaneConnollyisthe son of Tim and Cheryl Connolly and has two younger brothers.

M A T T COSH

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Junior Offensive Line • 6-6 • 292 Canandaigua, N.Y. Canandaigua Academy Applied Economics and Management

At Cornell: Cosh is one of several young offensive linemen who will attempt to break into the rotation in 2006 and to crack the starting lineup at the vacant right tackle position. He was a member of the two-deep last season, seeing a reserve role in the win over Columbia for his first varsity action. Cosh had a productive freshman season, gaining weight (13 pounds) and strength, while adjusting to the speed of the Division I game. He will have a chance to earn some playing time with another solid spring season behind him and a good fal lcamp. He is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Canandaigua: Cosh played football for four years at Canandaigua Academy and won two varsity letters. As a senior, he was the team’s captainandwasafirst-teamFingerLakesAll-Starandplayedinthe Eddie Meath Exceptional Senior game. Cosh also lettered in basketball and track and field. Personal: Matthew Thomas Cosh is the son of Andrew and Margaret Cosh, and he has a younger brother and ayoungersister.


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Senior Defensive Line • 6-2 • 246 Thornwood, N.Y. Westlake HS Industrial and Labor Relations

At Cornell: A hard-working player with good skills, Darby responded well to his move to defensive end a season ago, seeing action in all 10 games. Most of his time came on special teams, where he posted three tackles and recovered a fumble. He had a career-high two stops against Dartmouth and also recovered a fumble in the win over Harvard. Darby will look to break into the lineup at defensive end after beginning his career as a linebacker. He is a student in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. At Westlake: Darby was a threeyear letter winner and starter for the football and basketball teams at Westlake HS. As a linebacker on the football squad, he was a two-time all-section pick and was twice named all-state. The team’s captain his final year, he was named the league’s best defensive player as a junior and senior. He was also a two-year all-league pick in basketball. Personal: Matthew W. Darby is the son of Thomas and Donna Darby and has a brother and two sisters. Year 2005 Totals

GP 10 10

Solo 2 2

Assists 1 1

For Loss 0-0 0-0

JEFFDICKS**

Sacks 0-0 0-0

#52

Senior Defensive Line • 6-2 • 271 Bellevue, Wash. Bellevue HS Applied Economics and Management

Year 2004 2005 Totals

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Solo 3 8 11

Assists 3 13 16

For Loss 1-1 2-11 3-12

#76

Senior Defensive Line • 6-0 • 285 Pepper Pike, Ohio Orange HS Hotel Administration

At Cornell: Feldman rejoined the Big Red after missing the previous two seasons and will look to earn playing time and add leadership to the defensive line after switching sides of the ball this spring. He is enrolled in the School of Hotel Administration. At Orange: Feldman played on both the offensive and defensive lines for the football team at Orange HS. He was selected to the Chagrin Valley Conference first-team as an offensive lineman in 2000 and 2001. The team's captain as a senior, he was an AP all-district first-team selection and an AP All-Ohio honorable mention. He was also named to the Sun Newspaper and Lake County News-Herald all-star squads. At the conclusion of his prep career, he was selected to play in the Down Under Bowl in Australia. Personal: Scott Andrew Feldman is the son of Marc and Helen Feldman and has an older sister.

BRIANFitzPATRICK

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Sophomore Wide Receiver • 5-10 • 185 Collegeville, Pa. Episcopal Academy Undecided - Arts and Sciences

AtCornell:Atremendousathlete,FitzPatrick saw action as a freshman at defensive back, seeing time in two games and making a special teams tackle against Bucknell. He moved to wide receiver in the spring to allow him an opportunitytogetonthefieldsooner,somethinghecapitalizedon duringthepreseason. FitzPatrickisenrolledintheCollegeofArts and Sciences. At Episcopal: FitzPatrick was named first-team allcityandall-stateafterasuccessfulprepcareeratEpiscopalAcademy.FitzPatrick,thePhiladelphiaDailyNews’Inter-ACPlayerofthe Year, rushed for 1,512 yards and 16 touchdowns. He was 40-of-80 passing for 528 yards and nine more scores. FitzPatrick also was a top performer on defense from the defensive back position and had two return touchdowns. He earned the Maxwell Football Club Award as the top player on his team. FitzPatrick played halfback earlierinhiscareer,andnetted2,754yardsoftotaloffenseinhis career. He was a three-time all-league pick and a two-time allcountyselection.FitzPatrickalsoletteredinbasketballandbaseball. Personal: Brian Shane FitzPatrick is the son of Brian and Bette FitzPatrick and has a younger brother.

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At Cornell: An integral part of the squad’s defensive line rotation, Dicks spent the entire 2005 season in the starting lineup at defensive tackle, posting 21 tackles and two sacks, while helping Cornell rank among the national leaders in rushing defense (88.3 ypg.). Dicks had a career-best six tackles and was in on a sack against Harvard. He saw action in eight contests as a sophomore, impressing with six tackles, including one for a loss, and adding a pass breakup. He is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Bellevue: Dicks helped lead his Bellevue HS football team to the state title in 2001 and 2002. As the team’s captain his senior year, he was named the conference’s lineman of the year en route to earning all-state honors. He was a two-time all-league and all-area pick and earned all-state honors as a junior, when he was also named co-MVP of the state title game. Dicks was captain of the basketball team. Personal: Jeffrey Bingham Dicks is the son of Les and Mary Dicks and has an older brother, Daniel, who was the starting center for the University of Washington football team.

S COTT FELDMAN

Sacks 0-0 2-11 2-11

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Comp. 25 25 Rushes 9 9

Att. 14 14

Pct. .560 .560 Yds. 7 7

Yds. 132 132 Avg. 0.8 0.8

JAMIEGERMANI

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INT 0 0 LP 9 9

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Sophomore Running Back • 5-10 • 182 Macugnie, Pa. Emmaus HS Undecided - Agriculture and Life Sciences

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At Cornell: A strong runner with good vision, Germani will have a chance to earn playing time in the backfield and on special teams. Germani saw action in two contests as a freshman. He saw time in the backfield against Columbia, rushing for two yards on his only carry. Germani is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Emmaus: Germani rushed for 1,624 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior at Emmaus HS, earning first-team all-area accolades. He finished with career numbers of 3,561 yards and 36 touchdowns on the ground. He earned the Maxwell Football Club Award as the topplayeronhisteam.GermaniwasinvitedtoplayintheMcDonald’s LehighValleyAll-StarFootballClassicafterhisseniorseason.Asa junior, Germani won the 2003 NHSCA High School Football Strength, Speed and Agility championship. Personal: Jamison L. Germani is the son of Jeffrey and Kimberly Germani and has an older brother andyoungersister.

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#6

Senior Defensive Back • 5-10 • 168 Baldwinsville, N.Y. C.W. Baker HS Africana Studies

At Cornell: A poised and polished quarterbackdespitehisyouth,Fordwillbattleforthe startingquarterbackpositionin2006.Withtheabilitytothrowthe deepballorscrambleoutofthepocket,Ford’sexceptionalpassing skillsandcreativitywithintheconfinesoftheoffensewillallowhim to have a successful career. Ford was extremely impressive in four contests as a reserve in 2005, completing 14-of-25 passes for 132 yards. He notched a freshman record 112 yards on 10-of-17 passing against Yale, and also saw significant action against Colgate the followingweek.FordisenrolledintheCollegeofEngineering.AtPalo Alto: Ford tossed for 2,151 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior at Palo Alto HS while rushing for five more scores. The two-year tricaptain was named the league’s outstanding offensive player and first-teamall-leagueandhonorablementionall-stateasasenior. Ford was a perfect 16-of-16 passing in a 49-40 win in one game and threw for six touchdowns in another contest. Ford tossed for 2,301 yardsand29touchdownswithjustnineinterceptions in earningthe San Jose Mercury News All-Central Coast Junior of the Year. For his career, Ford threw for 6,357 yards and 72 touchdowns while running for19more.Athree-sportstar(football,basketball,baseball),Ford washeavilyrecruitedbyDivisionIbaseballprogramsbeforeopting to play football. Personal: Nathan Edward Ford is the son of Kevin andCelesteFordandhasanoldersisterandyoungersister.Hisolder sister, Miranda, played soccer at Notre Dame. GP 4 4

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M ATT GRANT**

Sophomore Quarterback • 6-1 • 197 Palo Alto, Calif. Palo Alto HS Undecided - Engineering

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At Cornell: A two-year starter, Grant is expected to return to the defensive backfield in 2006. He had a solid junior campaign, intercepting two passes and making a career-best 34 tackles in his 10 starts. Grant picked off passes against both Brown and Columbia, and made a seasonhigh seven tackles at Colgate. After being converted from running back to wide receiver to defensive back to take advantage of his athleticism as a sophomore, Grant found a permanent spot. He saw action in all 10 games in 2004, with eight starts at defensive back. While learning on the job, Grant still found a way to impress with his raw ability, making 28 tackles with six pass breakups. He had an electric 50-yard interception return at Brown and broke up two passes in wins over Yale and Princeton. He is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences. At C.W. Baker: A football letter winner for three seasons at C.W. Baker HS, Grant was also a member of the track and field team for three years. On the gridiron, he was a three-time letter winner, earning all-league, All-CNY and all-state honors as a running back his junior and senior years. He was also recognized as an all-league defensive back in 2000. His team won the league title for three straight years. As a member of the track team, he was a first-team all-league high jumper and was a member of the section championship 4x100 relay. Personal: Matthew A. Grant is the son of Stanley Grant and Carol Grant and has two brothers and a sister. His brother, Andrew, played football at Mercyhurst College. Year 2004 2005 Totals

GP 10 10 20

Solo 16 20 36

Assists 12 14 26

INT 1-50 2-0 3-50

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Passes Def For Loss 6 0-0 3 1-6 9 1-6

#50

Sophomore Defensive Line • 6-2 • 209 Loganville, Ga. Loganville HS Undecided - Arts and Sciences

At Cornell: Grove moved to defensive end after spending his rookie season at linebacker. His speed will help him attempt to break into the rotation withagoodfallpractice.GroveisenrolledintheCollegeofArtsand Sciences. At Loganville: Grove was an all-county selection as a seniorafterasuccessfulthree-yearstartingcareeratLoganvilleHS. A team captain as a senior, he was the school’s nominee for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award and was a three-time team defensive player of the week. A Coca-Cola Academic Athlete award winner,Grovealsoledtheteam’sdefensivelinemenwith59tackles asajunior.Hewasafour-yearstarterandletterwinneronthegolf team, earning all-county honors twice, and was a two-year letter winner in basketball. Personal: Garrett Grove is the son of Ric and Lisa Grove and has an older brother and younger sister.


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#94

Junior Defensive Line • 6-1 • 249 Lakewood, Colo. Bear Creek HS Biological Sciences

#48

Senior Tight End • 6-2 • 237 Meridian, Idaho Eagle HS Policy Analysis and Management

At Cornell: Hansen brings a tremendous amount of energy to the defensive line position. A strong pass rusher, Hansen possesses the technique and speedtomakeplaysalloverthefield. Healsohastheabilitytoserve astheteam’slong-snapper.HeisenrolledintheCollegeofArtsand Sciences. At Bear Creek: Hansen was a four-year letter winner at BearCreekHS.Athree-yearstarteronthefootballteam,hetotaled 153 tackles and 17 sacks in his career. Hansen set career highs with 60 tackles (57 solo) and nine sacks as a senior. He also lettered in track and wrestling. Personal: Spencer Kontny Hansen is the son of Lee and Debra Hansen and has two brothers.

JAYHARDING

S TU HOMAN**

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Junior Place-kicker • 6-1 • 172 State College, Pa. State College Area HS Animal Sciences

AtCornell:Hardingwilllendhisstronglegto the kicking game and will compete for the starting job as a junior. He saw his first varsity action in 2005, handling some of the kickoff chores against both Brown and Princeton, including executing a perfect on-sides kick that he recoveredagainsttheTigers.HardingisenrolledintheCollegeof Agriculture and Life Sciences. At State College Area: Harding was athree-yearletterwinnerasaplace-kickeratStateCollegeAreaHS, helping his squad win a pair of district championships. He also earnedatotalofeightletterswhilecompetinginsoccer,wrestling andtrackandfield. Personal:JeffreyCharlesHardingisthesonof Jeff and Cindy Harding and has three younger brothers and a youngersister.

A DAM HOLLIER

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Senior Safety • 5-7 • 198 Detroit, Mich. Renaissance HS Industrial and Labor Relations

J OSHUA HULSEBERG

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Sophomore Wide Receiver • 5-7 • 161 Wilbraham, Mass. Minnechaug Regional HS Industrial and Labor Relations

At Cornell: Hulseberg, who is also a member of the Heptagonal Championship track and field team, possesses tremendous speed and good hands at wide receiver.HulsebergisenrolledintheSchoolofIndustrialandLabor Relations. At Minnechaug Regional: Hulseberg was a second-team all-leagueselectionasaseniorcaptainatMinnechaugRegionalHS. Hulseberg was also named to The Republican’s Fall 2004 AllAcademic team and was a two-time All-Western Massachusetts second-team pick. A three-year letter winner, Hulseberg also competed for the track and field team, finishing in the top three in Western Massachusetts in both the 100 meters and the javelin. Personal: Joshua Andrew Hulseberg is the son of Kevin and Janet Hulseberg and has an older brother and sister.

JAREDISON*

#31

Junior Safety • 6-2 • 197 Powell, Ohio Olentangy HS Industrial and Labor Relations

At Cornell: Ison possesses everything you lookforinasafety—size,speedandstrength. Ahardhitter,Isoncanalsocoverquickreceivers.Hehasanosefor theballandwillbeanintegralpartoftheteam’sdefensiveschemes. He earned increased time as the season went on in 2005, seeing actioninsevencontestsatsafetyandonspecialteams.Hehadthree 2006 FOOTBALL

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At Cornell: Hollier brings good athleticism and an infectious spirit to the field and will compete for time on special teams and in the defensive backfield as a senior. He is enrolled in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. At Renaissance: Hollier was an All-Detroit selection in leading his team to a divisional and regional title. He served as team captain as a senior. Hollier also competed in multiple events in track and field, earning all-state honors. In the classroom, he served as the school’s student council president and was the citywide council president. Personal: Adam Jacques Hollier is the son of Carl and Jacqui Hollier and has an older brother and older and younger sister. Adam’s cousin is 2003 NFL co-MVP Steve McNair, the quarterback of the Tennessee Titans.

At Cornell: Homan has set himself apart as one of the team’s top special teams players the last two seasons and will have a chance to see significant time at tight end as a senior. Homan had three special teams tackles in 2005, while seeing action in all 10 contests. He was selected as one of the team’s Elite 11 Special Teams Players as a sophomore after seeing substantial time on each squad. He has good size, strength and explosiveness, which he’ll continue to develop while learning the intricacies of the passing game. His blocking ability will help the offense immensely. Homan is enrolled in the College of Human Ecology. At Eagle: Homan helped lead his Eagle HS football team to the 2002 5-A Idaho state championship with a perfect 12-0 record. One of the team’s captains, he was a firstteam all-conference linebacker and was named to the East-West Shrine All-Star team. A two-year letter winner and the team’s leading tackler as a senior, he was also named to the conference’s allacademic team in 2001 and 2002. Homan also turned in standout performances for the baseball team, helping the squad to the 5-A state title and a No. 26 national ranking. A first-team all-conference selection, he posted a school-record .515 batting average as a designated hitter. Personal: Stuart D. Homan is the son of John and Candy Homan and has a younger brother.

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GP 7 7

Solo 0 0

Assists 3 3

INT 0-0 0-0

Passes Def For Loss 0 0-0 0 0-0

ANTHONYJACKSON***

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Senior Wide Receiver • 5-8 • 177 Waterford, Mich. Brother RIce HS Communication

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At Cornell: Jackson will be one of the Ivy League’s top deep threats as a senior. The three-year starter has a chance to make his mark among the Big Red’s all-time leading receivers after catching 25 passes for 299 yards and two touchdowns in 2005. He also averaged 20.5 yards per kickoff return and ranked fifth in the Ancient Eight in all-purpose yards (100.0 ypg.). He had four catches for 54 yards and a touchdown in the win over Penn and notched a score against Georgetown. He totaled 215 all-purpose yards against Yale, including seven kick returns for 162 yards. He also made five special teams tackles on the season. Jackson caught 23 passes for 314 yards as a sophomore, averaging nearly 14 yards per catch. He also averaged 21.9 yards per kick return. He had at least three catches in each of the team’s last five games, with long catches of 41 yards at Columbia and 50 yards against Penn. Jackson played in seven games as a rookie in 2003 and made 14 catches for 116 yards. He scored a touchdown vs. Colgate and had a game-high 82 all-purpose yards vs. Georgetown, with four receptions, a carry and a return. He is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Brother Rice: A three-sport athlete at Brother Rice HS, Jackson earned three letters each in football, basketball and track. His football team won the state title in 2000 and was runner-up in 2002. Jackson was captain of the team as a senior and was selected to play in the Michigan all-star game. He was also picked to play in the state basketball all-star game. Personal: Anthony Carnell Jackson II is the son of Anthony and Kimberly Jackson and has an older sister and two younger brothers.

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Year 2003 2004 2005 Totals

GP 7 10 10 27

Year 2003 2004 2005 Totals

GP 7 10 10 27

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Rec. 14 23 25 62

Yds. 116 314 299 729

KickRet. KOR Yds. 1 15 16 351 33 676 50 1042

Avg. 8.3 13.7 12.0 11.8

TD 1 0 2 3

LP 34 50 41 50

Avg. 15.0 21.9 20.5 20.8

TD 0 0 0 0

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JARINJACKSON

TEAM #23

Senior Defensive Back • 5-11 • 171 New Orleans, La. Benjamin Franklin HS Industrial and Labor Relations

At Cornell: Jackson is a hard-working player who has become a solid backup at defensive back and a contributor on special teams. He did not see any varsity action as a junior, but saw time in four contests in 2004, making two special teams tackles. Jackson saw some action in two contests at the end of the 2003 season. He is a student in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. At Benjamin Franklin: Jackson was a four-year starter and letter winner for the football team at Benjamin Franklin HS and was also a starter for the basketball and baseball teams. He was the football team’s captain and MVP as a senior. He also earned top rookie honors as a freshman. Jackson earned three letters each in basketball and baseball, and he served as team captain for both squads. He was named the school’s athlete of the year by The Times Picayune as a senior. Personal: Jarin Rolan Jackson is the son of Ralph and Nicola Jackson and has a brother and a sister.

LUKEKAIRYS

#41

Sophomore Linebacker • 6-1 • 203 Geneva, N.Y. Geneva HS Landscape Architecture

At Cornell: Kairys joined the team as a walkon and impressed the coaching staff with his tenacity. He will attempt to break into the lineup on special teams andatlinebacker.KairysisenrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureand LifeSciences.AtGeneva:Atwo-timeall-leagueselectionatGeneva HS, Kairys was the team’s Gatorade most valuable player award recipient.Asasenior,KairyswasinvitedtoparticipateintheEddie Meith All-Star Game after helping his team to the section’s Class B final, ending the year with a 8-2 record and a top 12 ranking in the state. Kairys placed first at the Irondequoit Power Lifting Meet. Personal: Luke Evan Kairys is the son of Link and Berni Kairys and has a younger sister. His cousin, Ryan Bracius, played football at IowaState.

B RANDON KERNS

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Junior Defensive Back • 5-11 • 198 Martinsburg, W.Va. Hedgesville HS Applied Economics and Management

AtCornell:Kernshasbattledinjuriesthroughouthiscareer,butwhenhealthy,isoneofthe team’smostathleticplayers.Afterayearatwidereceiver,Kernshasa chancetoearntimeinthedefensivebackfield.Heplayedinfivegames asafreshmanonspecialteams,assistingonatackle.Heisenrolledin theCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.AtHedgesville:Asecondteamall-tristateselection,Kernswasnamedfirst-teamall-leagueand all-areaasasenioratHedgesvilleHS.Atwo-yearletterwinnerinfootball, Kernsservedasteamcaptainasaseniorandwasinvitedtoplayinthe North-Southall-stargame.Anall-stateselectionintrackandfieldand astatefinalistinbasketball,Kernsearnedacombinedsevenvarsity lettersinhisthreesports.Personal:BrandonLawrenceKernsistheson of Fred Kerns and Linda Norris and has a younger sister.


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#26

Sophomore Running Back • 5-11 • 195 San Diego, Calif. Torrey Pines HS Applied Economics and Management

At Cornell: A hard-nosed runner with good footballinstincts,Kilcoyneisexpectedto gethisshareofcarriesafterasolidfreshmancampaign.Hestarted four games and rushed for 130 yards and three touchdowns in his seven total appearances in 2005. He was also named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after rushing for 70 yards and two scores against Georgetown. Kilcoyne had a long rush of 41 yards in that contest. He also carried nine times for 43 yards and a TD against Columbia. KilcoyneisenrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences. AtTorreyPines:Kilcoynewasafirst-teamall-leagueandall-county selectionin2004asasenioratTorreyPinesHS.Hefinishedtheyear with 1,116 yards rushing, 434 yards receiving and 16 total touchdowns. He also had 18 tackles and nine interceptions on defense. He was a third-team all-state selection by Cal Hi Sports and earned academichonorsasanall-statescholarathlete,aNationalFootball Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete and a San DiegoUnionTribune first-teamAll-Scholasticselection.His2003 and 2004 squads won the division title. Kilcoyne was selected to competeinCalifornia’sNorth-SouthAll-Stargame.Personal:Shane Robert Kilcoyne is the son of John and Susan Kilcoyne and has two younger sisters. His father is a 1981 Cornell graduate and former first-teamAll-IvyselectionontheoffensivelinefortheBigRed.He letteredtwoseasons. Year 2005 Totals

GP 7 7

Rushes 33 33

Yds. 130 130

Avg. 3.9 3.9

TD 3 3

R YAN KISCADDEN*

LP 41 41

#90

Senior Defensive Line • 6-2 • 229 Landisville, Pa. Hempfield HS Developmental Sociology

GP 10 10

Solo 18 18

Assists 23 23

For Loss 7.5-27 7.5-27

Sacks 3-13 3-13

GUSKRIMM

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Sophomore Safety • 6-0 • 187 Columbus, Ohio Upper Arlington HS Communication

At Cornell: Krimm established himself as a key player in the defensive backfield, and afteragreatspring,willattempttobreakintothestartinglineup. He saw action in two games as a freshman on special teams. Krimm isenrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.AtUpper Arlington: Athree-yearvarsityletterwinnerandteamcaptainasa senior at Upper Arlington HS, Krimm was a three-sport star as a prep player.Hewasnamedall-conferenceasajuniorandsenior,leading theteamintackles(81),tacklesforloss(11)andsacks(4)asasenior. He claimed an interception, forced four fumbles and recovered two more en route to honorable mention all-state honors. Krimm also played running back and was awarded the school’s Iron Man Award. In lacrosse, Krimm helped his high school squad to the 2004 state championship. Personal: Augustine Walter Krimm is the son of John and Ann Krimm and has a younger sister and two younger brothers.

FRANKKUNIS

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Sophomore Defensive Line • 5-11 • 258 East Hanover, N.J. Seton Hall Prep Economics

At Cornell: Kunis spent his freshman season gainingstrengthandadjustingtothecollegiate game, and will attempt to break into a deep lineup as a sophomore. Kunis is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences. At Seton Hall Prep: Kunis earned first-team all-league and thirdteam all-state honors on the offensive line as a two-way player at SetonHallPrepin2004.Asteamcaptain,heledhissquadtoaleague title en route to all-county accolades. He was named to the Newark Star Ledger’s All-Junior offense team in 2003. Kunis was chosen to play in New Jersey’s East-West All-Star game at Rutgers.Personal: Fotios Kunis is the son of Frank and Suzanna Kunis and has a younger brother.

D O U G LEMPA*

#51

Junior Linebacker • 6-0 • 211 Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. Point Pleasant Beach HS Applied Economics and Management

At Cornell: Lempa will be a key cog in the linebacking corps in 2006 after serving as a backup as a sophomore. Adding strength as a freshman, Lempa recorded 23 tackles, including 1.5 sacks, and showed a knack for making the big play. Lempa notched an interception and blocked akickagainstBucknell,whilecontributingacareer-bestfivetackles. He also had five tackles against Penn and notched four tackles and asackvs.Columbia.Ahigh-energy,hard-hittinglinebacker,hehas the ability to quickly become a leader of the defense as a junior. 2006 FOOTBALL

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At Cornell: After seeing no varsity action in his first two seasons, Kiscadden exploded to lead the team’s defensive linemen in tackles (41), good for fifth on the squad overall. He also ranked among the team leaders in tackles for a loss (7.5) and sacks (three), while recovering a fumble, blocking a kick and breaking up a pass. Kiscadden had a careerbest 10 tackles, including 1.5 for a loss, and blocked an extrapoint in the win over Harvard. He also had eight stops at Colgate and notched at least one tackle for loss in five of the team’s final seven games. Kiscadden possesses the rare combination of strength and speed that enabled him to become one of the more effective pass rushers in the Ancient Eight. He also competes on the Big Red’s Heptagonal champion track team. Kiscadden is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Hempfield: Kiscadden was a member of the football, basketball and track teams at Hempfield HS. A three-year letter winner as a lineman on the football team, he was an all-league and all-section pick and was also a county all-star. His basketball team competed at the district level, and he was a three-time district qualifier on the track team. Personal: Ryan Michael Kiscadden is the son of Richard and Debra Kiscadden and has an older brother, Justin, who was a member of both the Penn State football and track and field teams.

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GP 10 10

Solo 10 10

Assists 13 13

For Loss 1.5-15 1.5-15

Sacks 1.5-15 1.5-15

JONATHANLUCAS***

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Senior Defensive Line • 6-2 • 250 Wheat Ridge, Colo. Arvada West HS Economics

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At Cornell: A second-team All-Ivy selection in 2005, Lucas has developed into one of the Ivy League’s top run-stoppers from his spot at defensive end. Possessing extreme quickness off his line and strength to bowl over an opposing offensive lineman, Lucas will be one of the elite defensive players on the circuit. The 6-2, 250-pound lineman ranked seventh on the team in tackles (39) and was the teamleader in sacks (four) in 2005. He ended the season with seven tackles for a loss, forced a fumble and broke up two passes as Cornell ranked second nationally against the run (88.3 ypg.) and fourth in total defense (261.3 ypg.). He was a terror against Georgetown, making three tackles, including two for a loss and a sack, while also forcing a fumble and breaking up a pass. Lucas had a season-high six tackles against both Harvard and Princeton. In 2004, Lucas ranked first on the team in tackles for loss (nine) and fifth in total tackles (50). He added five pass breakups, a forced fumble and a sack for a Cornell defense that ranked seventh nationally against the run. Lucas started all 10 games on the line, posting three games with multiple tackles for loss and recording career highs of eight tackles against both Colgate and Harvard. Lucas had an impressive rookie campaign in 2003, seeing action in eight games, making 13 tackles, including three for loss. He is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences. At Arvada West: A three-year letter winner at linebacker for the Arvada West HS football team, Lucas was a first-team all-state player. He was the team’s captain as a junior and senior, earning first-team all-conference both years. He was the conference defensive player of the year and a Denver Post Gold Helmet winner en route to earning AllColorado honors. A member of the track team in 2003, he earned first-team all-league honors as the conference shot put champion. Personal: Jonathan David Lucas is the son of David and Nancy Lucas and has an older brother. Year 2003 2004 2005 Totals

GP 8 10 10 28

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TYLERLUCAS

TEAM #15

Sophomore Quarterback • 6-2 • 219 Montgomery, Texas Montgomery HS Human Biology, Health and Society

At Cornell: Lucas spent his freshman season working with the scout team and playing for thejuniorvarsity.Hehasagreatfootballpedigreeandpossessesthe sizeandathleticabilitytobesuccessfulintheBigRed’soffensive schemes. He is enrolled in the College of Human Ecology. At Montgomery: Lucas completed 44-of-88 passes for 545 yards and three touchdowns as a senior, stepping into the quarterback role late in his senior season at Montgomery HS. He was named firstteam academic all-state by the Texas High School Coaches Associationasasenior.Personal:TylerLeeLucasisthesonofMikeand Wendy Lucas and has a younger brother. His father is the defensive coordinator at Southeastern Louisiana.

M A T T LUNDY

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Sophomore Offensive Line • 6-3 • 297 Lancaster, Pa. J.P. McCaskey HS Economics

At Cornell: Lundy spent his freshman season gaining strength and improving his footwork and will have a chance to break into the rotation in 2006. Lundy is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.At McCaskey: Lundy opened up holes for McCaskey HS running backs all season as the team rushed for 1,900 yards in going 7-4 and earning a playoff berth in 2004. For his efforts, Lundy was named first-team all-districtasaseniorafterearningsecond-teamhonorsasajunior. Lundy also had 37 tackles as a defensive lineman. He was invited toplayintheLancaster-LebanonLeague/Tri-CountyAll-StarFootballGameafterhisseniorseason.Healsoplayedlacrosseforthree seasons. Personal: Matthew J. Lundy is the son of Edward and Eileen Lundyandhasanolderbrotherandsister,aswellasayoungersister.

A NTHONY MACALUSO**

#32

Senior Running Back • 5-7 • 204 Middletown, N.J. Middletown South HS Economics

At Cornell: Macaluso played a key role in the Big Red’s nationally-ranked running attack as both a ball carrier and blocker. He ran the ball 20 times for 74 yards and a touchdown as a junior, while also catching two passes for 16 yards. He ran for a career-best 40 yards on eight carries against Georgetown and notched 23 yards on seven carries and scored his first career touchdown against Columbia. Macaluso saw action in nine contests as a sophomore in 2004. He made four special teams tackles and returned a pair of kickoffs for 21 yards. Macaluso missed his freshman season with an injury. He is a hard runner with good vision. Look for him to continue in that role this fall. Macaluso is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences. At Middletown South: Macaluso was a three-year letter winner on both the football and wrestling teams at Middletown South HS. On the gridiron, he was a first-team all-division and allcounty selection as a junior and senior. As a senior, he went on to


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also earn first-team All-Shore, Group 3 all-state honors. He was named to the state’s all-division third team. The team’s captain his senior year, he helped the squad earn the Federal Division title. He also served as the wrestling team’s captain and was a secondteam All-Monmouth County pick. Personal: Anthony Dominick Macaluso is the son of Dominick and Nancy Macaluso and has a younger brother. Year 2004 2005 Totals

GP 9 10 19

Rushes 0 20 20

Yds. 0 74 74

Avg. 0 3.7 3.7

TD 0 1 1

LP 0 18 18

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Rec. 0 2 2

Yds. 0 16 16

Avg. 0 8.0 8.0

TD 0 0 0

LP 0 13 13

W ILLIAM MACIAS

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Sophomore Tight End • 6-2 • 219 North Bergen, N.J. High Tech HS Undecided - Arts and Sciences

At Cornell: Macias spent his freshman campaign playing quarterback and will move to tight end this season in an attempt to move up the depth chart. He has the size and athletic ability to be successful on the outside. MaciasisenrolledintheCollegeofArtsandSciences.AtHighTech: Maciasplayedseveralpositions,includingquarterback,asathreeyear starter at North Bergen HS before graduating from High Tech HS. He was a two-time all-area pick, earning the team’s Offensive MVPawardasajunior.Maciaswasathree-yearstarterinbasketball at power forward and was a three-year all-league pick as a first basemanandpitcherinbaseball.Personal:WilliamC.Maciasisthe son of Guillermo and Marica Macias and has an older brother.

C HI C HI MADU*

#24

Junior Safety • 6-2 • 212 Fairfield, Conn. Fairfield HS Undecided - Arts and Sciences

#16

Sophomore Safety • 5-10 • 174 Manasquan, N.J. The Hun School Hotel Administration

AtCornell:Malleoisanoutstandingathlete withgoodinstinctsatsafetyandwillhavea chance to break into the lineup in 2006. Malleo is enrolled in the School of Hotel Administration. At The Hun School: Malleo intercepted seven passes in 2004 at The Hun School, the most among prepschooldefensivebackstoearnfirst-teamall-statehonors.He led his conference with six interceptions, returning one for a touchdown, as a senior at Wall HS in 2003 en route to earning firstteam All-Jersey Shore honors. A two-year starter at Wall, Malleo added 40 tackles, five pass break-ups, a forced fumble and a fumble recoverytohisinterceptiontotal.Malleowasabigpartofadefense that ranked third in the conference, helping the team to a league title and a state championship in 2002. Personal: Matthew Robert Malleo is the son of Michael and Beth Malleo and has an older brotherandyoungersister.Hisbrother,Chris, isaquarterbackat Northwestern.

K EVIN MARCHUT*

#75

Senior Offensive Line • 6-5 • 311 Succasunna, N.J. Roxbury HS Natural Resources

At Cornell: Marchut is coming off a season that saw him start all 10 games at left guard, helping the Big Red to a 6-4 mark. After adding more than 20 pounds in the offseason, Marchut was part of an offensive line that blocked for two 1,000-yard rushers as Cornell ranked eighth nationally in rushing (248.6 ypg.). A very capable lineman who has tremendous strength, Marchut is expected to retain a starting spot on the line. He is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Roxbury: Marchut was a member of the football and wrestling teams at Roxbury HS. He played on both sides of the line for the football team and earned first-team all-county and allarea honors and was a third-team all-state pick. He capped off his senior season by being selected to play in the North-South All-Star game. He was also a third-team all-county wrestler. Personal: Kevin James Marchut is the son of Gary and Kathy Marchut and has two brothers.

NICKMAXWELL

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Sophomore Punter • 5-10 • 193 Lacey, Wash. Timberline HS Computer Science

At Cornell: Maxwell will compete with Michael Bolling for the punting job after steadilyimprovingduringhisrookiecampaign.Possessingastrong leg and good technique, Maxwell punted twice as a freshman while playing in two games, averaging 29.5 yards per kick. He also successfully completed a fake punt, as the former high school quarterback connected on a 15-yard gainer for a first down in an overtimelossatPrinceton.MaxwellisenrolledintheCollegeofArts and Sciences. At Timberline: Maxwell played quarterback and 2006 FOOTBALL

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At Cornell: Madu has the size and athletic abilitytocontributeinthedefensivebackfield in 2006. A converted running back, Madu will improve with repetition and increased work in the team’s defensive scheme. He saw game action in four contests in 2006, mainly on special teams. He played in two games as a rookie on special teams. Madu is enrolledintheCollegeofArtsandSciences.AtFairfield:Maduwas athree-timeletterwinnerforfootball.Hewasnamedtotheall-state team as a senior and the FCIAC team three consecutive years. He was a member of the Hartford Courant first-team defense and the Connecticut Post second-team offense. Madu also was a 2004 FairfieldCountyAll-Starselectioninfootball.Heletteredinbasketball and track as well. Personal: Chinedu Ndubisi Madu is the son of Chris and Assumpta Madu and has two younger brothers.

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2006 OUTLOOK 2006 served as the punter at Timberline HS, earning second team allleague honors behind center by The Olympian. He averaged 40.1 yards per punt as a senior. He participated in the 2004 Northwest KickItCampandfinishedfourthinpuntingaverageandfirstinhang time. A four-year starter, he was named 2004 first-team preseason All-American at punter by Professional Kicking Services (PKS), earning camp-wide outstanding punter honors at the PKS Summer Scholarship Development Camp after placing first in camp hang time and distance competitions for all levels. At quarterback, Maxwell was 20-2 as a varsity starter. He led his team to its first unbeaten regular season (10-0) and first outright league championship in the school’s 30-year history as a junior. As a senior, Maxwell led his team to a 10-2 mark and finished with 15 touchdowns and 1,453 yards. He tossed for 27 touchdowns and only six interceptionsinhisvarsitycareer,completing63.6percentofhis passes and averaging 15.3 yards per completion. Personal: Nicholas Robert Maxwell is the son of Robert Maxwell and Kathy Bogucci and has a younger sister. Year 2005 Totals

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Yds. 59 59

Avg. 29.5 29.5

S HANNON MAYFIELD

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#36

Junior Defensive Back • 5-10 • 187 Hampton, Ga. Lovejoy HS Applied Economics and Management

AtCornell:Mayfieldbringsspeedandsizeto the defensive backfield and will look to see hisfirstvarsityactionafteraproductivespringcamp.Heisenrolled intheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.AtLovejoy:Mayfield letteredhisonlyseasonatLovejoyafterearningtwolettersatSt. Martin de Perreo HS in Detroit. His senior season, Mayfield was namedtothefirst-teamall-region,all-conferenceandall-league teams as a safety. He totaled 78 tackles and three interceptions in his final year. In his sophomore season, he helped lead St. Martin totheDivision7statetitle. Personal: ShannonAustinMayfieldis the son of Shannon and Beverly Mayfield and has a younger brother.

L U C A S McCARTHY

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Sophomore Linebacker • 6-1 • 234 Hood River, Ore. Hood River Valley HS Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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At Cornell: McCarthy did not see any varsity action as a freshman, but showed that he possesses the size and strength to compete for a spot in the lineup in 2006. McCarthy is enrolled in the College of Engineering. At Hood River Valley: McCarthy was an honorable mention all-state selection and the 2004 Conference Defensive Player of the Year as alinebackeratHoodRiverValleyHS.Afirst-teamall-conferencepick at linebacker and second-team all-league selection at running back, McCarthy was a three-year letter winner in football and also lettered twice in lacrosse and once on the ski team. McCarthy was a member of his high school’s honor roll and was inducted into his school’s chapter of the National Honor Society. Personal: Lucas McCarthy is the son of Michael and Susan McCarthy and has an olderbrotherandsister. 2006 FOOTBALL

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TEAM #72

Senior Offensive Line • 6-2 • 308 Princeton Junction, N.J. West Windsor-Plainsboro HS Industrial and Labor Relations

At Cornell: McGuire started all 10 games at right guard in 2005, helping Cornell to one of the best rushing seasons in program history. Cornell ranked eighth nationally with 248.6 ypg., to go along with 26 rushing scores. McGuire helped the Big Red post two 1,000-yard rushers and five games of 280 yards or more as a team. A hard-working player who earned his spot after a tremendous spring in 2005, McGuire looks to continue to build upon his success. He is enrolled in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations. At West Windsor-Plainsboro: McGuire was a three-year letter winner and two-way starter as a junior and senior for the West WindsorPlainsboro HS football team. He was a first-team all-conference offensive lineman as a senior after earning second-team honors as a junior. He was also an all-area and All-Princeton Packet selection in 2002. McGuire capped off his final season by being named the central New Jersey lineman of the year and was selected to play in the North-South all-star game. McGuire also played lacrosse, earning second-team all-area and all-division honorable mention honors. Personal: Brian Patrick McGuire is the son of Kevin and Ann McGuire and has an older sister. His aunt, Vivian McGuire, received her MBA from Cornell in 1983.

E VAN McGUIRE

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Junior Linebacker • 5-11 • 229 White Plains, N.Y. White Plains HS Policy Analysis and Management

At Cornell: McGuire has the size, strength and skill to play linebacker in the Big Red’s defensiveschemes. Aftertwoyearsinthesystem,McGuirewilllook tobreakintothelineupandseehisfirstvarsityactionin2006.He is enrolled in the College of Human Ecology. At White Plains: McGuire was a four-year letter winner on the White Plains HS football team. As a co-captain in his senior year, McGuire earned all-sectionandall-leaguehonorsforthesecondconsecutiveyear. He was named to the first-team all-state defense and was the New York State Class AA Scholar-Athlete of the year. McGuire also lettered in baseball. Personal: Evan Segue McGuire is the son of Terence and Diedra McGuire and has a sister.

ERICMILLER*

#71

Senior Offensive Line • 6-5 • 304 Marengo, Ohio Highland HS Animal Sciences

At Cornell: An honorable mention All-Ivy League selection in 2005 at right tackle, Miller was a key part of the Big Red offense, which ranked eighth nationally with 248.6 ypg., to go along with 26 rushing scores. He started all 10 games, helping Cornell post two 1,000-yard rushers and five games of 280 yards or more as a team. Miller has the size and athleticism to continue his role as a bookend lineman. He added 25 pounds in the offseason between his sophomore and


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junior season. Miller is a student in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Highland: An All-Ohio football selection, Miller was a three-year letter winner and starter for the Highland HS team. As a senior, he was captain of the team and also served as the captain of his basketball and baseball teams. He earned three letters in both of those sports and was an all-district basketball pick and an all-league selection in baseball. Personal: Eric Joseph Miller is the son of Kurt and Terri Miller and has two sisters.

J USTIN MORTENSEN

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Sophomore Offensive Line • 6-0 • 281 Rothschild, Wis. D.C. Everest HS Biological Technology

At Cornell: Mortensen proved to be a wellcoached player and is capable of breaking into the rotation as a sophomore. He saw action in two games, playing against both Georgetown and Columbia. Mortensen is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At D.C. Everest:Athree-yearstarterontheoffensivelineatD.C.EverestHS, Mortensen was a unanimous first-team all-league selection and was named first-team all-state by the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association. He was a second-team all-state pick by the Associated Press. The Brockmeyer Award nominee helped pave the way for 32 touchdowns as a senior, the most of any team in the league. He served as team captain in 2004 and received the team’s most valuablelinemanaward.Everestwonthe2003DivisionIstatetitle (14-0) and compiled a 31-4 record in his three varsity seasons. He didnotallowasackinhislasttwoseasonsasastarterandwascalled for just two penalties during that span with 93 pancake blocks. Mortensen was named one of the top 10 offensive linemen in Wisconsin by Wisconsin Preps, which also named him one of the top 40 junior football players in 2003. Personal: Justin Daniel Mortensen is the son of Dan and Cathy Mortensen and has an older sister and younger brother.

B A B A K MOTAMEDI

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Sophomore Offensive Line • 6-4 • 322 Rochester, Mich. Rochester Adams HS Undecided - Arts and Sciences

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Sophomore Defensive Back • 5-11 • 160 Gresham, Ore. San Barlow HS Economics

At Cornell: Mumford spent his freshman season converting from running back to defensive back and was listed on the team’s two deep for several weeks. He has the instincts to be a contributor to the position as a sophomore. Mumford is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.At San Barlow: The conference Player of the Year as a senior, Mumford was a first-team all-state and all-league selection at running back at San Barlow HS. He helped his team to a league title as a senior. Mumford played in the Les Schwab Bowl after his senior campaign. He was a four-year member of his school’s honor roll and was chosen for induction to the National Honor Society for his effortsintheclassroom.Mumfordalsoplayedbasketballasaprep. Personal: Aaron Paul Mumford is the son of Joel and Cindy Mumford and has an older brother and a twin sister. His sister, Ali, runs track at Brown.

COLINNASH**

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Junior Defensive Back • 5-11 • 168 Fairport, N.Y. Fairport HS Human Biology, Health and Society

At Cornell: After moving from wide receiver to defensive back, Nash stepped right onto the field as a backup while continuing his strong play on special teams.Nashhadfivetacklesin2005andwillchallengeforastarting spot at defensive back this year. As a freshman, Nash made a huge impact on the special teams and the scout team, earning the Dick Schaap Award as the newcomer who makes the biggest contributiontothevarsitysquad.Nashsawactioninninecontestsonspecial teams in 2004. He is enrolled in Cornell’s College of Human Ecology. At Fairport: Nash was a four-year starter on the football team at Fairport HS. A two-time letter winner, he was named to the first-team all-county squad as a senior and was also an Eddie Meith all-star. That year, Nash also served as co-captain of both the football and track teams. Personal: Colin Michael Nash is the son of Barry Nash and Patricia Nash-Rubien and has a younger brother. Year 2004 2005 Totals

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Assists 0 0 0

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At Cornell: Motamedi is one of the top young offensive line prospects in the Ivy League with the size and strength to be a dominant force. With a year in the weight room and time learning the system, as well as an impressive spring camp, Motamedi has put himself in a position to challengeforaspotinthestartinglineupin2006.Heisenrolledin the College of Arts and Sciences. At Rochester Adams: A two-year starteratcenterandafirst-teamall-statepickasasenior,Motamedi helped lead his team to the 2003 state championship, while posting a 24-3 record in his two seasons as captain. He also was the long snapper and played defensive tackle in goal-line situations. Motamedi was a first-team All-Detroit Metro selection as a senior. Personal: Babak Omid Motamedi is the son of Mohammed and Rosemary Motamedi and has a younger sister.

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Sophomore Linebacker • 6-1 • 223 Wyoming, Pa. Bishop Hoban HS Applied Economics and Management

AtCornell:Abig,strongathlete,Ostrowsky will switch from running back to linebacker to enable him to get on the field earlier. He saw action in two contests as a freshman on special teams and earned two carries for sixyardsagainstColumbia.HeisenrolledintheCollegeofAgriculture and Life Sciences. At Bishop Hoban: Ostrowsky rushed for 1,816 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior at Bishop Hoban HS, where he became the school’s all-time leading rusher, tackler and scorer. Ostrowsky was named first-team all-state as a linebacker and was the Super 33 Player of the Year in 2004. He was a UNICO senior all-star game selection, winning the game’s most valuable playeraward.Athree-timefirst-teamall-leaguepick,heplayedboth running back and linebacker. A two-star prospect according to Rivals.com, Ostrowsky was named to the 2004 AllEasternPAFootball.com Small School Team at running back. He was alsoanall-leagueselectioninbasketballandcompetedinbaseball and track and field. Personal: Brian Christopher Ostrowsky is the son of Ed and Marianne Ostrowsky and has two older sisters.

TOMPISELLI

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Sophomore Quarterback • 6-1 • 207 Rockville Centre, N.Y. South Side HS Communication

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AtCornell:Pisellispenthisfreshmanseason learningtheoffenseatquarterbackandwill make a push for playing time in 2006. He brings great size and athleticism to the position. Piselli is enrolled in the College of AgricultureandLifeSciences.AtSouthSide:Piselliwasafirst-team all-leagueandall-countyselectionasasenioratSouthSideHS.He was selected to play in the Long Island Senior Bowl and was named to the Nassau County Golden 11 team and was a county scholarathletepick.Piselliwasalsoastandoutlacrosseplayerandhelped lead his high school team to the 2004 state championship as a three-year letter winner. He captained both teams as a senior. Personal: Thomas Andrew Piselli is the son of Robert and Mary Piselli and has an older sister and a younger brother. His sister, Elizabeth,playslacrosseatStanford,whilehisfatherplayedfootball atPrinceton.

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Sophomore Linebacker • 6-1 • 214 Lee’s Summit, Mo. Lee’s Summit North HS Economics

At Cornell: Posey joined the team last season as a walk-on and with his size and speed, will have a shot to contribute this season on special teams. A tremendous prospect, he has a chance to break into the linebacker corps in the future. Posey is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences. At Lee’s Summit North: A two-year letter winner at Lee’s Summit North HS, Posey was an all-conference and Kansas City allmetro honorable mention selection as a senior. He also served as theKansasCitydistrictpresidentforMissouriDECA,anassociation of marketing students. He finished third in the state and in the top 10 internationally in DECA competitive events. Personal: Ryne Christopher Posey is the son of Daryl Posey and Marijo Upshaw and has a younger brother and sister. His father played four seasons in the NFL for the Kansas City Chiefs after playing at Mississippi College.

KYLEREIDY

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Junior Linebacker • 6-1 • 217 Scarsdale, N.Y. Edgemont HS Applied Economics and Management

At Cornell: A big linebacker with good strength and instincts, Reidy will be out to earn playing time as a junior. He got on the field on special teams in each of his first two seasons, including two contests as a sophomore in 2005 and three games as a freshman in 2004. Reidy isenrolledinCornell’sCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.At Edgemont:Reidywasafirst-teamall-stateselectionasaseniorand played in the Governor’s Bowl All-Star game, which pits top senior student-athletes from New York against New Jersey. The football team captain, he helped his squad to a sectional championship in 2001. Reidy participated in the Section I senior all-star game and was named to the Westchester County Golden Dozen team. He also competedinbasketballandtrackandfield,winningthecountytitle in the javelin. Personal: Kyle Louis Reidy is the son of James and Valerie Reidy and has an older brother.


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G RAHAM RIHN*

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Sophomore Defensive Line • 6-2 • 238 Allison Park, Pa. Pittsburgh Central Catholic HS Applied Economics and Management

At Cornell: Rihn proved to be one of the top young players on the defensive line a season ago, making eight tackles, including one for a loss, and breaking up two passes. A bull against the run, Rihn got his hands on a pair of passes against Penn and posted a career-best five tackles in the win over Harvard. He saw action in nine games overall as a freshman. RihnisenrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.At PittsburghCentralCatholic:Rihnwasafirst-teamall-stateselectionaccordingto PennsylvaniaFootballNews asasenioratCentral Catholic HS. He was named first-team All-Quad East and All-Class AAAA in 2004. The three-year starter recorded 74 tackles (10 for loss) and four sacks to go along with two fumble recoveries in 2004. Healsostartedatlefttackle,leadingthewayfora2,000-yardrusher. Rihn helped lead his team to WPIAL and PIAA Class AAAA championships. He was selected to play in the 48th annual Big 33 All-Star ClassicthatpitsPennsylvaniaandOhiohighschoolseniorall-stars. Rihn’s Central Catholic team ranked sixth in the final USA Today Super 25 high school poll and was the top-ranked squad in the East Region after going 16-0 in 2004, the first team in state history to record16wins.Hewasselectedtoseveralall-starteamsasasenior, includingthePittsburghTribune-Review’sTerrific25,thePittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Fabulous 22 team and the Harrisburg Patriot News’ Platinum 33 squad. Personal: Graham Gerard Rihn is the son of Thomas and Karen Rihn and has three older brothers. His brothers Chris and Jeff played soccer at Duquesne. Year 2005 Totals

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Junior Tight End • 6-2 • 251 Panama, N.Y. Panama Central HS Industrial and Labor Relations

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Junior Offensive Line • 6-2 • 267 Oak Park, Calif. Oak Park HS Developmental Sociology

AtCornell:Rosenberghasgoodsizeandskill for a young offensive lineman, and saw his first varsity action last year in contests against both Georgetown and Columbia. He excels in both pass and run blocking, which will give him a chance to earn playing time as a junior. He is enrolled inCornell’sCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.AtOakPark: Rosenberg won three letters in football at Oak Park HS. He was named to the All-Tri-Valley League team and was a Ventura County All-Star as a senior. He was also awarded second-team all-state honors by Cal Hi Sports. An All-CIF selection, Rosenberg was a California Bowl all-star and lineman of the year at Oak Park. Personal: Loren Michael Rosenberg is the son of Joel and Sheree Rosenberg and has an older sister.

J ONATHAN RUCH

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Sophomore Defensive Line • 6-2 • 230 Emmaus, Pa. Allentown Central Catholic HS Undecided - Arts and Sciences

At Cornell: Ruch spent his freshman season gaining weight and strength, and now will look to join the Big Red’s defensive line corps. Ruch is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences. At Allentown Central Catholic: A first-team all-league selection as a senior at Allentown Central Catholic HS, Ruch was a second-team all-area pick. The three-year varsityletterwinnerwaschosentoplayintheLehighValleyAll-Star Game after his senior season. Ruch served as team captain in 2004 andhelpedhisteamtoadistricttitleasajunior.Personal:Jonathan William Ruch is the son of Frederick and Ruth Ruch and has an older brother.

T ODD RUSINKOVICH

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Senior Tight End • 6-0 • 239 San Clemente, Calif. San Clemente HS Human Development Studies

At Cornell: Rusinkovich made the transition from the defensive line to fullback two years ago, but knee injuries have forced him out of action for a good portion of time since. When healthy, he is a top-notch lead blocker and a strong runner. The hard-working Rusinkovich will again make a move, this time to tight end. Rusinkovich is enrolled in the College of Human Ecology. At San Clemente: Rusinkovich was a three-year letter winner and starter for the San Clemente HS football team. He was an all-league pick and his team was a twotime CIF semifinalist. He captained the squad and was named the team’s MVP. Rusinkovich was also a two-year letter winner on the baseball and basketball teams. He was named his school’s male athlete of the year as a senior. Personal: Todd Schuler Rusinkovich is the son of John and Cheri Rusinkovich and has two younger brothers.

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At Cornell: One of the front runners to see time at tight end, Rosage saw action in eight contests,mainlyonspecialteams,in2005.Hepossessesgreatsize as a receiver and will have a chance to break into the lineup as a junior. He is enrolled in Cornell’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations. At Panama Central: A four-year starter and four-time letter winner, Rosage earned second-team all-league honors twice while serving as captain of his team at Panama HS. A member of the All-WNY academic team, he also received first-team all-state honors.Rosagewasalsocaptainoftheschool’sbasketballandtrackand field teams. A five-time letter winner in track, he set the school record in the shot put and discus. Personal: Jeffery Thomas Rosage is the son of Donald Rosage and Rebecca Dibble and has two older sisters.

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LUKESIWULA**

Sophomore Safety • 5-10 • 191 Novi, Mich. Detroit Catholic Central HS Industrial and Labor Relations

At Cornell: Sabo is a tremendous athlete who will attempt to earn playing time in a young defensive backfield in 2006. He moved from defensive back to safety during the spring. Sabo is enrolled in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations.At Detroit Catholic Central: Sabo startedatthreedifferentpositions(quarterback,runningbackand safety) during his senior season at Detroit Catholic Central HS, earning first-team All-Catholic League honors. Sabo was picked to the Division 1 Academic All-State team by the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association. A team captain as a senior, Sabo was anAll-Westsecond-teampickbytheDetroitNewsandFreePress,was named to the All-Observer first team and was selected team most valuable player and best defensive back by the Catholic Central squad.Healsostartedonthe2003teamthatwontheDivisionIstate title. Personal: Anthony David Sabo is the son of Tony and Leslie Sabo and has an older sister.

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Sophomore Offensive Line • 6-3 • 259 Lemoore, Calif. Lemoore Union HS Applied Economics and Management

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At Cornell: Schuh will attempt to earn playing time on a crowded offensive line in 2006 after gaining weight and strength as a freshman. Schuh is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Lemoore Union: Schuh was a two-year starter and second-team all-league selection at Lemoore Union HS. He was selected to play in the East-West AllStar game and the All-Star Prep Bowl as a senior captain. Schuh was named student-athlete of the month at Lemoore during football season and was named the team’s Offensive Player of the Week. He also was a letter winner in wrestling, helping the team to a league titleasajunior. Personal:WilliamDavidSchuhisthesonofBill and Diane Schuh and has a younger brother and sister.

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Junior Running Back • 6-0 • 201 Cortland, N.Y. Homer HS Industrial and Labor Relations

At Cornell: Siwula exploded onto the scene in 2005, earning first-team All-Ivy honors. Siwula had six 100-yard games in 2005, while his 1,086 yards ranks 10th all-time in a season at Cornell. He had more rushing yards by himself than the entire Big Red team did in 2004. Siwula also scored 10 touchdowns (eight rushing, two receiving) and took care of business in the classroom, being voted to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District team. The 6-0, 201-pound back also caught 18 passes for 175 yards. He ran for 165 yards and a score against NCAA Division I-AA postseason qualifier Colgate, and 162 yards and a touchdown against Ivy League champ Brown among his 100yard efforts. His 108.6 ypg. ranked third in the Ivy League and 21st nationally,andhejoinedall-timegreatEdMarinaroastheonlytwo Cornellplayerstopostatleast100yardsrushingineachoftheirfirst threecollegiatevarsitystarts.Agiftedathletewhopossessesthe abilitytorun,catchandblock,Siwulacontinuedtoplayonspecial teams despite his role on the offense and made two tackles and recovered a fumble. He saw action in the final six contests of 2004, registeringthreespecialteamstacklesandrushingthreetimesfor 7yards.SiwulaisenrolledinCornell’sSchoolofIndustrialandLabor Relations. At Homer: Siwula was a first-team all-league selection as a junior and senior at Homer HS. He earned team MVP honors as a senior after rushing for 969 yards. Siwula won the team’s Mr. Offense Award as a junior and finished his career with 1,896 yards and 24 touchdowns on the ground. Siwula received a national scholar-athletescholarshipafterletteringinfivedifferentsports and was a two-time all-league pick in lacrosse. Personal: Lukas Andrew Siwula is the son of Tom and Terri Siwula and has an older and a younger sister. Year 2004 2005 Totals

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Senior Offensive Line • 6-4 • 281 Holgate, Ohio Holgate School Animal Sciences

J OHN STATHAS

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Sophomore Defensive Line • 6-3 • 286 Dallas, Texas St. Mark’s HS Undecided - Arts and Sciences

At Cornell: An honorable mention All-Ivy selection at center in 2005, Sonnenberg will enter his third year as a starter with tremendous confidence. He started all 10 games a season ago, helping block for one of the nation’s top rushing offenses. Cornell ranked eighth nationally (248.6 ypg.) in rushing offense, scoring 26 touchdowns on the ground and helping both Ryan Kuhn and Luke Siwula record 1,000yard seasons en route to first-team All-Ivy honors. Sonnenberg made an impact during his sophomore campaign in 2004, playing in nine games while starting the last six contests of the season, during which the Big Red went 3-3. An intelligent player capable of pass or run blocking, Sonnenberg has all the skills needed to succeed at the center position. Sonnenberg is a student in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Holgate: A four-year letter winner in football at Holgate School, Sonnenberg played on both the offensive and defensive lines. The team’s captain and MVP as a senior, he was a Perrysburg All-Star and earned first-team all-conference honors on both sides of the ball. Sonnenberg played basketball and was a member of the track team. His basketball team played in the regional tournament three straight years and was the league champion in 2003. He was the track team’s MVP and was a regional qualifier in the discus and shot put. Personal: Theodore Sonnenberg is the son of Kent and Jan Sonnenberg and has two sisters.

At Cornell: Stathas is another of the Big Red’s young, intense defensive linemen. He possesses the size and strength to become a dominant interior lineman.StathasisenrolledintheCollegeofArtsandSciences.At St. Mark’s: Ranked among the top 100 recruits in the talent-rich DallasareaasasenioratSt.Mark’sHS,Stathaswasafirst-teamallconference selection in each of his final three years and was named theconference’stoplinemantwice.Heplayedontheoffensiveline, atdefensivetackleanddefensiveendduringhisprepcareer.Hewas rated as a two-star prospect according to Rivals.com and was named one of the top 10 defensive linemen in the state by Dave Campbell’sTexasFootballNews.Stathasletteredinbaseball,where he was a two-time all-conference pick as a first baseman on a team that won two league crowns. He was named team most valuable player as a senior. Personal: John James Stathas is the son of Steve andJaneStathas.

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At Cornell: Valenta established himself as one of the top young offensive linemen in the Ivy League, seeing action in four games before missing the remainder of the season with an injury. He has outstanding footwork to go along with his intimidating size. Valenta is enrolled in the College of Engineering. At Sandburg: Valenta was selected to play in the 2005 Illinois Coaches Association Shriners All-Star Football Game after earning second-team all-state honors in his senior season at Carl Sandburg HS. He was an all-league and AllMetroland Chicago pick and was selected to the all-state academic team. Valenta was rated as a two-star prospect according to Rivals.com.Healsocompetedinbasketballandbaseball.Personal: Stephen Vincent Valenta is the son of Christine Valenta and has an oldersister.

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Sophomore Tight End • 6-1 • 221 Rocky River, Ohio St. Edwards HS Biological Sciences

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Sophomore Offensive Line • 6-5 • 295 Orland Park, Ill. Carl Sandburg HS Undecided - Engineering

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At Cornell: Spooner saw action in two varsity games after showcasing his tremendous receiving skills on the junior varsity. He has the size and blocking ability to contribute as a sophomore in 2006 after the Big Red lost its top two tight ends from a season ago to graduation. He is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.At St. Edwards: Spooner served as co-captain and earned all-league, allcounty and all-district honors as a tight end at St. Edwards HS. He helped his team advance to the Division I regional semifinals in 2004 by catching 22 passes for 367 yards, three touchdowns and a two-point conversion. He was also named to the Cleveland Plain Dealer all-area team. A tremendous blocker from the tight end position, he graded nearly 90 percent for his blocking, had 20 knockdown blocks and also excelled as a long snapper. He was chosen to compete in the state’s East-West all-star game and was selectedforthescholar-athleteawardforNortheasternOhiobythe Ohio chapter of the National Football Foundation. Spooner was also a key figure on the 2003 team that finished as state runner-up. The two-year starter at tight end also played three seasons of basketball.Personal:AlexanderJamesSpooneristhesonofMichael and Sharon Spooner and has an older sister and younger brother.

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Sophomore Defensive Back • 5-10 • 178 Gladstone, N.J. West Morris Mendham HS Applied Economics and Management

At Cornell: One of the top special teams players a season ago, van Eeden played a key role as the team’s gunner on punt and kickoff coverage. He saw action in all 10 contests and made 10 tackles, including seven solo stops on coverage. He also competes on the Big Red track team. Van EedenisenrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.At West Morris Mendham: A two-sport star who played football and ran track, van Eeden was named the conference’s defensive player of the year as a senior at West Morris Mendham HS. He was a firstteam all-league selection for the 10-1 league champions and earned recognition on the New Jersey Football Coaches Association Super 100 list. As a senior, van Eeden posted 56 tackles, including sevenforloss,withfivesacksandtwointerceptions.Healsoblocked three punts. On the track, van Eeden was ranked among the top five runners nationally in the 600 meters and has posted a 48.60 for 400 meters. Personal: Marcel Jevan van Eeden is the son of Jaco van Eeden and has two younger sisters.

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At Cornell: Vredenburgh will have a chance tobreakintothelineupin2006afterastrong spring.Hecansplitoutatwidereceiverorruninsideroutesasatight end and has one of the best set of hands on the Big Red. Vredenburgh is enrolled in the College of Human Ecology. At Chenango Forks: A two-time state champion, Vredenburgh was a first-team all-state selection as a junior and senior at Chenango Forks HS. A first-team BinghamtonPress&SunBulletinAll-Metroselectionandanall-state scholar athlete, Vredenburgh was never on the losing end of a high schoolvarsitygame,goingaperfect26-0asatwo-waystarter(wide receiver/defensive back). Vredenburgh owns the school record for most touchdown receptions in a game (three) and caught 18 passes for 335 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior. He also made 38 tackles on defense, returning two interceptions and a fumble for a touchdown. As a junior, he caught 20 passes for 445 yards and nine scores at receiver and made 77 tackles and posted eightsacksondefense.Healsowasathree-yearletterwinnerinboth basketball and baseball. He is a fourth generation Cornellian. Personal: Zachary Donald Vredenburgh is the son of Donald and Pamela Vredenburgh and has older brothers and an older sister. His mom is a 1979 Cornell grad.

P ATRICK WU

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Senior Offensive Line • 6-1 • 288 Dallas, Texas Plano HS/Oregon State Applied Economics and Management

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athleticism to the position. Wu is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At Oregon State: Wu spent two seasons at Oregon State as a reserve on the offensive line. He did not see any action on the varsity squad. At Plano: Wu earned three letters and was a two-year starter at Plano HS. He was named firstteam all-district as a senior and played in the Coca-Cola All-Star game. Scouting service Rivals.com ranked him among the top 50 recruitsintheDallas-FortWortharea.Wuwasalsoafirst-teamallacademic selection among Texas high school football players. Personal: Patrick H. Wu is the son of Heinz and Theresa Wu and has asister.

PETERZELL

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Junior Place-kicker • 6-2 • 191 Ft. Myers, Fla. Bishop Verot HS Economics

At Cornell: Zell has a strong leg and, with added confidence, will have a chance to earn theteam’sfull-timekickingpositionasajunior.Hehasseenaction in two varsity contests in each of his two seasons, making 2-of-3 extra-points and missing his only field goal try as a freshman. He served up kickoffs in two games in 2005. Zell is enrolled in the CollegeofArtsandSciences.AtBishopVerot:Zellletteredfortwo years as a member of the Bishop Verot football team. As a kicker, he was named the team’s special teams player of the year and was an all-area honorable mention. He was also named Southwest Florida Rotary South Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Zell was a fourtimeletterwinneronthesoccerteam,earningfirstteamall-state honors as a senior. Personal: Peter Douglas Zell is the son of Douglas and E. Susan Zell and has an older brother and sister. Year 2004 2005 Totals

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Sophomore Offensive Line • 6-2 • 247 Hubbard, Ohio Hubbard HS Economics

At Cornell: Zingale missed the entire 2005 season due to illness, but is a hard working player the coaches expect to compete for playing time as a sophomore. Zingale continues to add weight and strength in an efforttoearnplayingtime.HeisenrolledintheCollegeofArtsand Sciences.AtHubbard:Afirst-teamall-conference,all-cityandAllNotheast Ohio selection as a senior at Hubbard HS, Zingale will be a welcome addition to the offensive line. The honorable mention All-Ohio pick helped lead his team to a 26-3 record with him in the starting lineup, making two playoff appearances and earning a league title in 2004. He was also valedictorian of his class. He was named the Channel 33 Student-Athlete of the Week. Personal: Robert James Zingale is the son of James and Jeanne Zingale and has anoldersister.


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RICKY BALLOU Freshman Defensive Line • 6-2 • 225 New Haven, Conn. • Choate Rosemary Hall Communication

At Choate: A captain of the football team at both Choate Rosemary Hall as a postgraduate player and at Amity Regional HS, Ballou was an all-NEPSAC pick at Choate this past year. Ballou, along with teammate and fellow Big Red recruit Ben Neighbor, helped his prep school to a 6-2 record. Ballou also captained the men’s ice hockey team at Amity. He was a two-year letter winner as a quarterback in high school before moving over to outside linebacker and tight end atChoate.Personal:RichardPendletonBallouisthesonofRickand Ginger Ballou and has two younger brothers and a younger sister. He is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

R A N D Y BARBOUR Freshman Running Back • 5-9 • 190 Huntsville, Ala. • James Oliver Johnson HS Computer Science

At J.O. Johnson: A three-sport athlete at James Oliver Johnson HS, Barbour was a Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee as a senior runningback.Theteam’smostvaluableoffensiveplayerearnedallcityandall-regionhonorsin2005.Aregionalqualifierandsectional runner-upinboththeshotputanddiscusintrackandfield,healso playedvarsitybaseball.Barbourservedastheteam’skicker.Barbour was named the Channel 19-TV Athlete of the Month in February of 2006. Personal: Randy Jerod Barbour Jr. is the son of Marsha Barbour. He is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

QUENTINBERNHARD III Freshman Offensive Line • 6-3 • 270 Alameda, Calif. • Encinal HS Economics

AtEncinal:Athree-time,first-teamall-leaguepickontheoffensive and defensive line at Encinal HS, Bernhard led his team to its first league playoff berth in 15 years in 2005. The two-year captain earned all-area honors at offensive guard and defensive tackle as asenior.Thethree-yearstarterwasnamedtotheContraCostaTimes’ “Cream of the Crop” team as one of the top 20 players in the area. He also competed for two seasons on the track team, throwing the discus and shot put. Personal: Quentin Willet Bernhard is the son of Quentin and Suzanne Bernhard and has two older sisters. He is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Freshman Linebacker • 6-1 • 215 Katonah, N.Y. • John Jay HS Natural Resources

At John Jay: Costello was named second-team all-state as a senior linebackeratJohnJayHS,leadinghisteamtoa9-1recordandaspot inthesectionalfinals.Atwo-timeall-leagueandall-sectionpick, Costello was named to the Journal News first-team in each of his final two years. He was named the Class AA North Lineman of the Year and was the North County News Player of the Year as a senior captain. Costello was named the team’s most valuable defensive player as a junior and senior and was selected to participate in the SectionISeniorAll-Stargame,servingasteamcaptain.Anoutstand-

TREVINCOWMAN Freshman Defensive Line • 6-4 • 265 Kingston, Pa. • Wyoming Valley West HS Undecided - Arts and Sciences

At Wyoming Valley West: Cowman was a two-time all-state pick at Wyoming Valley West HS, taking third-team honors by the Pennsylvania Football News as a junior and second-team all-state as a senior according to the Associated Press. A four-year varsity starterandthree-yearall-leagueandall-scholasticselection,Cowman was named one of the top players to watch prior to his senior season by EasternPaFootball.com. Cowman was a member of The Citizens’ Voice All-Star team and was picked for the Super 16 Dream Team. He had 12 tackles for loss as a junior defensive lineman and posted 45 pancake blocks on the offensive line. As a wrestler, Cowman was 35-1 as a senior, winning a state title and defeating the nation’s top-ranked wrestler at the prestigious Dapper Dan Classic. He finished his career with a 124-27 record with three District2titles,aNortheastRegionalcrownandafifth-placemedal at states as a junior. He was named the Times Leader Wrestler of the Year and finished the season ranked No. 4 in the nation as a high school heavyweight. Personal: Trevin Laverne Cowman is the son of Shawn and Diane Cowman and has two younger brothers. He is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

AVERYFENTON Freshman Tight End • 6-3 • 230 Newport Beach, Calif. • Corona del Mar HS Hotel Administration

At Corona del Mar: A standout blocking tight end, Fenton was a first-teamall-leaguepickasasenioratCoronadelMarHS.Thetwosportstandoutearnedtheteam’sSkeletorAwardineachofhisfinal seasons for most pancake blocks, including posting 24 as a senior captain. He was also named the school’s Academic Player of the Year and was chosen to compete in the North/South Orange County AllStar Game. Fenton caught six passes for 54 yards and two scores as a senior and had two catches for 22 yards and a touchdown as a junior. The team captain also served as the team’s long-snapper inhisfinalthreecampaigns.Athree-yearstatequalifierinthediscus during track and field season, Fenton was the team’s most valuable thrower as a junior and senior. Personal: Avery Scott Fenton is the son of Robert and Janice Fenton. His late brother, Sean, played footballatYale.HeisenrolledintheSchoolofHotelAdministration.

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ing student, Costello was named the New York High School Football Coaches Association Player-Scholar Athlete of the Year in Class AA and was named to the National Football Foundation’s “Golden Dozen” scholar-athlete team. He helped lead his team to a threeyear record of 25-5 with three league championships. Costello also competedinwrestling,baseballandtrackandfield.Asawrestler, Costellowasatwo-timeall-sectionandall-leaguepick.Personal: ChristianJamesCostelloisthesonofRobertandAlexandraCostello and has two older sisters. His sister, Kerry, plays basketball at CortlandState.HeisenrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureandLife Sciences.

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Freshman Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 176 Towaco, N.J. • Montville Township HS Undecided - Arts and Sciences

Freshman Safety • 6-1 • 185 Woodinville, Wash. • Eastside Catholic HS Undecided - Agriculture and Life Sciences

At Montville Township: A two-time all-league and all-county selection,Gajdoswasathree-sportstartatMontvilleTownshipHS. The team’s most valuable player as a junior, Gajdos received the Morris County Chapter of the National Football Foundation and the College Hall of Fame’s Scholar-Athlete award. He ended the year with 19 catches for 328 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another in 2004. On defense, Gajdos had three interceptions, two fumbles recovered and two blocked field goals. He was also named the school’s top scholar-athlete as a senior by the Morris County Secondary Schools Athletic Directors Association. His team won a league title as a sophomore, and he served as team captain as a senior despite missing a majority of the campaign due to injury. Personal: Joshua Robert Gajdos is the son of Robert and Cindy Gajdos and has two younger brothers. He is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

At Eastside Catholic: Anall-metroselectiononbothoffense(tight end)anddefense(safety),Hochanadelwasathree-yearletterwinner at Eastside Catholic HS. A National Football Foundation ScholarAthletenominee,Hochanadelposted53tacklesandtwointerceptions asaseniorcaptain, earning theteam’sCoachesAward.Healsocaught 10passesfor108yardsonoffense.Athree-yearletterwinnerintrack andfield,Hochanadelwaspartoftheschool’sstatequalifying4x400 relayteam.Personal: Tyler James Hochanadel is the son of Todd and Marlene Hochanadel and has a younger brother and sister. He is enrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.

Freshman Quarterback • 6-2 • 205 State College, Pa. • State College Area HS Undecided - Arts and Sciences

At State College: An honorable mention all-state pick as a senior captain at State College Area HS, Ganter passed for 1,510 yards and 11 touchdowns in his final season. He led his school to a 9-4 record and a runner-up finish in the district playoffs en route to being selected to compete in the Pennsylvania State Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star game. He also was picked to play in the Big 33 All-Star game, pitting the top high school players from Pennsylvania against an all-star team from Ohio. He completed 57 percent of his passes on the year and rushed for 257 yards and eight touchdowns. Personal: Benjamin William Ganter is the son of Fran Ganter and has three older brothers. His father is the associate athletic director for football administration at Penn State after serving as the longtime offensive coordinator for Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno. He is the fourth Ganter son to play Division I football following Jon (Princeton), Chris (Penn State) and Jason (Penn State). He is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

C O N N E R HARE Freshman Defensive Back • 5-10 • 185 Spokane, Wash. • Gonzaga Prep HS Biological Sciences

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JOEJACKSON Freshman Defensive Back • 5-10 • 185 Oakland, Calif. • Oakland Senior HS Engineering

At Oakland Senior: Jackson was a three-time all-league pick at defensive back and running back at Oakland Senior HS. Jackson earnedfirst-teamall-leagueandall-cityhonorsasasenior.Hewas named the most valuable player among defensive backs at the University of California summer camp as a junior. Ranked as one of the top defensive backs in Northern California by Rivals.com in 2005, Jackson was picked to the Oakland Tribune East Bay Honor Roll three times during his final campaign. He also ran track in the sprints.JacksonwasawardedtheSinklerMillerMedicalFoundation Scholarship and the Star Minority Scholarship, both for studentathletes.Personal:JosephReshonJacksonisthesonofPaulJackson and Deborah Patterson and has a younger brother. He is enrolled in the College of Engineering.

M A T T KENNEY Freshman Running Back • 6-0 • 190 State College, Pa. • State College Area HS Urban and Regional Studies

At State College Area: An honorable mention all-state pick as a senior at State College Area HS, Kenney was named one of the top 25 Division I-AA running backs in the Class of 2006 by ShowingBlitz.com. Kenney helped his team to district titles as a sophomoreandjuniorandarunner-upfinishasasenior.Asasenior, the 6-0, 190-pound running back rushed for 188 yards and caught 22 passes for 213 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively he made 56 tackles and had three interceptions as a safety. He was selected tocompeteintheLezzerLumberAll-StateFootballClassicafterhis senior campaign and was invited to the U.S. Army All-American Combine as a junior and senior. He was rated as a two-star prospect by recruiting service Rivals.com. Kenney also ran track, where he holdstwoschoolrecords,andbaseball,wherehewasanationalallstar as a centerfielder at the 2002 Babe Ruth Baseball national championship. He was a state qualifier in track during both the indoor and outdoor seasons in both 2005 and 2006. Personal: Matthew Bay Kenney is the son of Larry and Patti Kenney and has a younger brother and sister. He is enrolled in the College of Architecture,ArtandPlanning.


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ISAAC MINOR

Freshman Linebacker • 6-2 • 215 Export, Pa. • Franklin Regional HS Applied Economics and Management

Freshman Running Back • 6-0 • 180 Ripon, Wis. • Ripon HS Civil Engineering

AtFranklinRegional: LevinewasselectedtoplayinthePennsylvaniaEast-WestAll-StarandBig33All-Stargamesafterhelpinglead Franklin Regional HS to the state championship as a senior. The third-team all-state pick by Pennsylvania Football News was selectedfirst-teamall-areabythePittsburghTribune.Atwo-timeallleague pick, including first-team as a senior, Levine was named to the Gateway Publications Elite 30 Team in 2005. Personal: Aaron Jason Levine is the son of Mona Levine and has an older brother. He isenrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.

At Ripon: An honorable mention all-state running back as a junior after rushing for 1,274 yards and 23 touchdowns, Minor helped RiponHStoapairofstatetitles(2003,2005).Minorrushedfor396 yards and two touchdowns as a senior and caught five passes for 51 yards for his 14-0 squad. Minor was named one of the top 100 players in the state of Wisconsin by BadgerStatePreps.com prior to his senior year. For his career, Minor finished with 2,428 rushing yards and 31 touchdowns, averaging 7.1 yards per carry. He also caught27ballsfor498yardsandfourscores.Hesetaschoolrecord for touchdowns in a game (six), scoring five times on the ground thanks to a 267-yard effort, as well as a 40-yard pass play against Winneconne HS. As a member of the track team, he set records in the 100 and 200 dash, the triple jump, the 4x100 relay and the 4x200 relay. Personal: Isaac L. Minor is the son of David and Janet Minor and has two older brothers. His brother, Ellis, is a member of the Winona State football program, and his father, Dave, is a member of the Ripon College Athletic Hall of Fame. He is enrolled in the College of Engineering.

STEPHENLIUZZA Freshman Quarterback • 6-0 • 168 Pearl River, La. • Slidell HS Civil Engineering

AtSlidell:Anall-stateacademicteammemberasasenioratSlidell HS, Liuzza passed for 3,874 yards and 33 touchdowns in two years as a starter. Liuzza was an honorable mention all-state pick as a seniorcaptainandwasaTimesPicayuneall-districtselectionineach of his final two seasons. Liuzza tossed for 2,488 yards and 20 touchdowns while completing 57 percent of his passes as a junior inleadinghissquadtothestatesemifinals.Asasenior,Liuzzapassed for 1,386 yards and 13 touchdowns and led his team to the state regionals in a season shortened to nine games due to Hurricane Katrina. He was named the most valuable offensive player in the Parish in 2005 after starting the year on the EA Sports Elite 11 Quarterbacks To Watch list. Liuzza was also a standout on the baseball diamond, claiming all-metro and all-district honors as a freshman and sophomore. Personal: Stephen Dean Liuzza is the son of Artie and Denise Liuzza and has two older brothers and an oldersister.HeisenrolledintheCollegeofEngineering.

MARKLONGO Freshman Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 195 Middletown, N.J. • Middletown South HS Applied Economics and Management

Freshman Defensive Back • 6-2 • 175 Cincinnati, Ohio • St. Xavier HS Human Biology, Health and Society

AtSt.Xavier:Afirst-teamall-leaguepickforthestatechampionSt. Xavier HS team, Morand was an honorable mention all-district pick asasenior.Morandendedhisseniorseasonwithfiveinterceptions, eightpassbreakupsand61totaltackles.Heinterceptedapasswith 44secondslefttohelphisteamtothestatesemifinalvictoryenroute to its 14-0 finish and No. 5 ranking in the USA Today’s Super 25 national poll. Morand also spent one year on the track team, competing in the long jump and high jump. Personal: Francis Robert Morand is the son of Thomas and Judy Morand and has two oldersistersandayoungerbrother.HeisenrolledintheCollegeof Human Ecology.

B EN NEIGHBOR Freshman Offensive Line • 6-5 • 265 Richardson, Texas • Choate Rosemary Hall Communication

At Choate: Neighbor was a first-team all-city and second-team alldistrict pick at J.J. Pearce HS before playing for a prep season at Choate Rosemary Hall in 2005. Neighbor, along with teammate and fellow Big Red recruit Ricky Ballou, helped Choate to a 6-2 record. A captain as a senior, Neighbor was an honorable mention academicall-statepickandafirst-teamacademicall-districtand all-state pick at Pearce after starting for two years. Personal: Benjamin Joseph Neighbor is the son of Brad and Cindy Neighbor andhasanolderbrotherandsister.HeisenrolledintheCollegeof AgricultureandLifeSciences.

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At Middletown South: Longo helped his Middletown South HS team to three consecutive state titles and earned first-team allleague as a senior. He recorded 25 catches for 505 yards and five touchdowns as a senior after posting 19 catches for 378 yards and threescoresasajunior.Longoalsointerceptedthreepassesduring his senior campaign. A second-team all-shore pick, he was awarded all-academic honors in the league in each of his final two years. Longo lettered for three years in basketball and golf and once in track and field. Personal: Mark James Longo is the son of James and Marjorie Longo and has a younger sister. He is cousins with former Big Red All-Ivy defensive lineman Ryan Lempa and current Big Red junior Doug Lempa. He is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and LifeSciences.

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JORDANTUTTEL

Freshman Tight End • 6-4 • 225 East Kingston, N.H. • Exeter HS Natural Resources

Freshman Offensive Line • 6-7 • 270 Sidney, N.Y. • Sidney Central HS Communication

At Exeter: Owens was the leading receiver for Exeter HS as a junior and was selected as a Scholar-Athlete by the Joseph Yukica/New Hampshire Chapter of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. He played tight end, wide receiver, defensive end, linebacker and served as the place-kicker as his team won the 2003 state championship. Owens missed much of his senior season at Exeter after suffering a leg injury in the season-opener on a 60-yard pass reception. He also competed in track in the high jump and in basketball. Personal:ZacharyDanielOwensisthesonofDanieland Rachel Owens and has two younger sisters. He is enrolled in the CollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.

At Sidney Central: Tuttel was named first-team all-state on the offensive line after helping lead Sidney HS to the Class C state championshipasaseniorcaptain.HewasselectedtoplayintheErnie DavisClassicfootballgameinhisfinalseasonandalsohad74tackles, asackandafumblerecoveryasadefensivelineman.Atwo-timeDaily Star all-area team member, he earned the State Farm Offensive Lineman of the Year as the best lineman in the area in 2005. Tuttel also played on the basketball team as a two-year starter, as well as competing in the shot put and discus in track and field. Personal: Jordan W. Tuttel is the son of Don and Amy Tuttel and has an older brother.HeisenrolledintheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.

N ATE STARUCH

B RYAN WALTERS

Freshman Safety • 6-2 • 185 Freeland, Pa. • Hazleton Area HS Urban and Regional Studies

Freshman Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 175 Bothell, Wash. • Juanita HS Undecided - Arts and Sciences

At Hazleton Area: Staruch was an honorable mention all-state pick as a quarterback by Pennsylvania Football News and EasternPaFootball.com as a senior at Hazleton Area HS. Staruch was named the conference’s most valuable offensive player and firstteamall-leaguebytheReadingEagle,theCitizen’sVoice,theTimes LeaderandtheStandardSpeaker.Asaseniorcaptain,heledhisteam toaconferenceanddistrictchampionshipbypassingfor1,172yards and 17 touchdowns while registering a conference-leading 182.80 quarterback rating. A member of both the WNEP-TV and WYLN-TV all-starfootballteams,StaruchwasnominatedtoplayintheBig33/ East-WestAll-Stargame.StaruchwasinvitedtocompeteintheState College NIKE training camp in 2005. He played basketball on the AAU circuitwiththePoconoStars,helpinghisteamwinfivetournament titlesinthreeyears.Personal:NathanielThomasStaruchistheson of Thomas and Michele Staruch and has an older and younger sister. HeisenrolledintheCollegeofArchitecture,ArtandPlanning.

AtJuanita:Athree-yearall-leaguepick,Waltersexcelledatreceiver, safety and defensive back at Juanita HS. A team captain as a senior, he set school records for all-purpose yards and total offense in a season and completions and interceptions in a game. Walters was the team’s most valuable player on offense as a junior and was the school’splayeroftheyearasasenior.ANationalFootballFoundation Scholar-Athlete, he was nominated to play in the all-state football game. Walters was named most valuable receiver at the Washington State football camp in the summer of 2005 and later earned first-team all-area at safety by the Eastside Journal. As a senior, Walters was 74-for-153 passing for 1,190 yards and 12 touchdowns, and rushed for 596 yards and eight touchdowns. He was also a three-time all-league pick in baseball and a two-year captainandall-leaguepickasaseniorinbasketball.Personal:Bryan Robert Walters is the son of Rob and Carol Walters and has an older sister.HeisenrolledintheCollegeofArtsandSciences.

B LAKE THOMAS

N ICK ZERANTE

Freshman Safety • 6-3 • 195 Greenwich, N.Y. • Schuylerville HS Industrial and Labor Relations

Freshman Wide Receiver • 6-3 • 200 Elmhurst, Ill. • York Community HS Communication

AtSchuylerville:Afirst-teamall-sectionpickonbothoffenseand defense as a junior and senior at Schuylerville HS, Thomas played bothtightendandlinebackerandwasafirst-teamall-statepickas a senior. The New York State Public High School Association’s MVP of the Year in Section II, he was named the defensive most valuable player in the state semifinals. Thomas earned a spot on the 2005 Dream Team put out by The Saratogian and was selected to participate in the Section II Exceptional Senior Game. Thomas ended the season with 24 receptions for 466 yards and two scores in 2005 and recorded86tackles,foursacks,fourfumblesrecoveredandblocked two kicks on defense. As a junior, Thomas helped lead his team to a sectionalchampionshipandaspotinthestatesemifinals,aswellas a No. 3 final ranking in the state. On offense, he had 20 catches for 374yardsandthreescores.Defensively,Thomashad71tackles,five sacks, scored two defensive touchdowns and blocked two kicks. Thomas also played basketball and ran track in high school. Personal: Blake Dodd Thomas is the son of Cliff and Donna Thomas and hasanoldersisterandayoungerbrotherandsister.Heisenrolledin theSchoolofIndustrialandLaborRelations.

At York: A four-sport star at York Community HS, Zerante was named oneofthetop100playersinIllinoisbyboththeChicagoTribuneandthe ChicagoSunTimesasasenior.Hegraduatedsecondall-timeinschool historyinpassingyards,touchdownsandtotalyards,accountingfor 3,820yardsand35touchdownsinhiscareer.Zerantepassedfor1,634 yardsand19touchdownsasaseniorandrushedfor572morewithfour scores.Theconferenceoffensiveplayeroftheyearasasenior,Zerante wasanall-conferenceandall-areafirst-teampick.Namedoneofthetop playmakersinthestateandatwo-startprospectbyRivals.com,healso excelledintheclassroominbeingnamedacademicall-state.Zerante wasnamedthetopjuniorathleteatYorkHSin2005afterrushingfor344 yardsandthreetouchdownsandtossingfor1,112yardsandninescores. Hewasnamedoneofthetop200playersintheMidwestbytheSporting News’HighSchoolFootballMagazine.Heearned11totalvarsityletters infootball,basketball,baseballandtrackandfield.HewasontheEA SportsElite11QuarterbacksToWatchlisttoopenthe2005campaign. Personal:NicholasGeorgeZeranteisthesonofLarryandMaryEllen Zeranteandhasatwoolderbrothersandayoungersister.Heisenrolled intheCollegeofAgricultureandLifeSciences.

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Bucknell Bison

Game #1 • September 16 ChristyMathewsonStadium(13,100)•Lewisburg,Pa.•7p.m. General Information

Location: ..... Lewisburg, Pa. Founded: ............ 1846 Enrollment: .......... 3,400 Colors: ..... Orange and Blue Nickname: ............ Bison Conference: ... Patriot League President: Dr. Brian C. Mitchell AthleticDir.: ... John P. Hardt

Bucknell Head Coach Tim Landis

Team Information

Media Relations

All-Time Record: .. 546-507-51 Basic Offense: . Spread Option Basic Defense: .......... 4-4 Lettermen R/L: ....... 34/14 Starters R/L: .......... 18/7 Off. Starters R/L: ........ 9/3 Def. Starters R/L: ........ 7/4

Football SID: ....... Jon Terry Office Phone: . (570) 577-3121 Home Phone: . (570) 522-0840 E-mail: .... terry@bucknell.edu SID Office Fax: . (570) 577-1660 Press Box: .... (570) 577-1519 or (570) 577-1522

Senior Linebacker Dorian Peterson

Coaching Staff Head Coach: ............................... Tim Landis Alma Mater: ....................... Randolph-Macon ‘86 Record at Bucknell: .................... 14-21, 4th year Career Record: ...................... 67-72-1, 14th year Office Phone: ........................ (570) 577-1134 Assistant Coaches (Assignments): Ashley Ingram .......... Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Jared Backus ............. Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Steve Hayes ...................... AssistantOffensiveLine Matt Lintal .................. Wide Receivers/Running Backs Brent Thompson ................... Quarterbacks/Fullbacks TravisBurkett ......................... DefensiveAssistant Ryan Crawford .......................... Defensive Backs Pat Kingman ............................ Defensive Line Steve Vashel .................................. Safeties

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........ DUQUESNE ......... LAFAYETTE .......... CORNELL ........ at Richmond .......... at Marist ............. P E N N ...... at Georgetown .......... at Lehigh ......... F O R D H A M ....... at Holy Cross .......... COLGATE

G E O R G E T O W N ... L at Stony Brook ... L at Cornell ....... L MARIST ....... W at Penn ......... L VILLANOVA ..... L LEHIGH ......... L at Lafayette ..... L at Fordham ..... L at Colgate ...... L HOLY CROSS .... L

www.BucknellBison.com Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Class K. Watson So. J, DeStefano Jr.

Att 47 93

Yds 299 297

Avg 6.4 3.2

TD 0 1

Passing T. Wilson

Att-Com-Int 4-2-0

Yds 37

TD 0

Receiving Class D. Zvara So. J. DeStefano Jr.

No 15 13

Avg 19.5 7.5

TD 2 0

Tackles R.Slater D. Peterson

UT-AT—Tot 46-38—84 40-38—78

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Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium Capacity: .................................. 13,100 Surface: ................................. FieldTurf Press Box: .......................... (570) 577-1519 or (570) 577-1522 Tickets: ............................ (570) 577-1000

Series Information 45 Games since 1888 Cornell leads 35-10 Current Streak: ...................... Cornell, 1 game Last Cornell Win: ........................ 2005, 24-7 Last Bucknell Win: ....................... 2004, 15-9 Last Tie: .................................... none Last Shutout: .................... 1979, Bucknell 10-0 Longest Cornell Win Streak: ............ 23 (1892-1978) Longest Bucknell Win Streak: .. 2 (1979-80; 2000 & 2002) H/A W / L . C- B 1888 .. H .. W .. 20 -3 1889 .. H .. W .. 66 -0 1890 .. H .. W .. 26 -0 1891 .. H .. L ... 0 -4 1892 .. H .. W .. 54 -0 1896 .. H .. W .. 54 -0 1900 .. H .. W ... 6 -0 1901 .. H .. W ... 6 -0 1903 .. H .. W ... 6 -0 1904 .. H .. W .. 24 -12 1905 .. H .. W .. 24 -0 1906 .. H .. W .. 24 -6 1912 .. H .. W .. 14 -0 1913 .. H .. W .. 10 -7 1914 .. H .. W .. 48 -0 1915 .. H .. W .. 41 -0 1916 .. H .. W .. 19 -0 1917 .. H .. W .. 20 -0 1943 .. H .. W ... 7 -6 1944 .. H .. W .. 26 -0 1945 .. H .. W .. 19 -8 1946 .. H .. W .. 21 -0 1960 .. H .. W .. 15 -7

H/A W / L . C- B 1967 .. H .. W .. 23 -7 1974 .. H .. W .. 24 -0 1975 .. A .. W .. 21 -6 1978 .. H .. W .. 24 -0 1979 .. H .. L ... 0 -10 1980 .. A .. L .. 16 -33 1981 .. H .. W .. 22 -15 1984 .. A .. L ... 7 -10 1985 .. A .. W .. 26 -13 1986 .. H .. W .. 16 -3 1987 .. H .. L ... 6 -20 1989 .. A .. W .. 20 -9 1990 .. H .. L .. 21 -42 1991 .. A .. W .. 23 -7 1994 .. A .. W .. 29 -28 1995 .. H .. L ... 7 -10 1998 .. H .. W .. 23 -19 2000 .. A .. L .. 15 -38 2002 .. A .. L ... 3 -14 2003 .. H .. W .. 21 -19 2004 .. A .. L ... 9 -15 2005 .. H .. W .. 24 -7


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Yale Bulldogs

Game #2 • September 23 Schoellkopf Field (25,597) • Ithaca, N.Y. • 1 p.m. General Information

Location: .. New Haven, Conn. Founded: ............ 1701 Enrollment: .......... 5,200 Colors: ... Yale Blue and White Nickname: ...... Bulldogs,Elis Conference: ...... Ivy League President: ... Richard C. Levin AthleticDir.: .... Tom Beckett

Yale Head Coach Jack Siedlecki

Team Information

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All-Time Record: .. 830-326-55 Basic Offense: ...... Multiple Basic Defense: .......... 4-3 Lettermen R/L: ....... 41/20 Starters R/L: .......... 16/8 Off. Starters R/L: ........ 9/3 Def. Starters R/L: ........ 7/5

Football SID: ..... Steve Conn Office Phone: . (203) 432-1455 Home Phone: . (203) 393-9602 E-mail: .. steven.conn@yale.edu SID Office Fax: . (203) 432-1454 Press Box: .... (203) 764-9244 or (203) 764-9245

Coaching Staff Head Coach: ............................. JackSiedlecki Alma Mater: ................................ Union ‘74 Record at Yale: ....................... 47-42, 10th year Career Record: ..................... 103-64-2, 19th year Office Phone: ........................ (203) 432-8587 Assistant Coaches (Assignments): Keith Clark ............... Assoc. Head Coach/Offensive Line Rick Flanders ............ Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Duane Brooks ............................ Defensive Line LarryCiotti .............................. Running Backs John Fraser ....................... Quarterbacks/Receivers Jeff McDonald ............................ Defensive Ends Anthony Reno ........................... Defensive Backs JasonDesJarlais ............ Special Teams/Defensive Assistant

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2005 RESULTS (4-6, 4-3 Ivy, t-3rd)

........ SAN DIEGO .......... at Cornell ........ at Lafayette ....... at Dartmouth ............ LEHIGH ............. P E N N ......... COLUMBIA .......... at Brown ........ PRINCETON ......... at Harvard

at San Diego .... L .. CORNELL ...... W .. HOLY CROSS .... L .. D A R T M O U T H ... W .. at Lehigh ..... L-OT . at Penn ......... L .. at Columbia .... W .. B R O W N ........ L .. at Princeton .... W .. HARVARD ..... L-3OT

14-17 37-17 19-22 13-0 21-28 21-38 37-3 21-38 21-14 24-30

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing M. McLeod J. Spence

Class So. Sr.

Att 193 108

Yds 689 468

Avg 3.6 4.3

TD 6 1

Passing Class M. Polhemus Jr.

Att-Com-Int 1-1-0

Yds 13

TD 0

Receiving A. Wright C. Henley

Class Sr. Sr.

No 61 48

Avg 13.0 14.9

TD 10 6 * - from 2004

Tackles L.Driftmier N. Solakian

Class Sr. Sr.

UT-AT—Tot 54-35—89 29-25—54

Yds 795 716

Other 3 TFL, 5 INTs 5 INTs

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Yale Bowl Capacity: .................................. 64,269 Surface: ............................. Natural Grass Press Box: .......................... (203) 764-9244 or (203) 764-9245 Tickets: ............................ (203) 432-1400

Series Information 68 Games since 1889 Yale leads 40-26-2 (30-20-0 in Ivy play) Current Streak: ........................ Yale, 1 game Last Cornell Win: ........................ 2004, 19-7 Last Yale Win: .......................... 2005, 37-17 Last Tie: ................................ 1953, 0-0 Last Shutout: ..................... 1993, Cornell 21-0 Longest Cornell Win Streak: .............. 4 (1990-93) Longest Yale Win Streak: ................. 7 (1973-79) 1889 1889 1936 1937 1940 1941 1942 1944 1945 1946 1947 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

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H/A . W/L .. C- Y H ... W .. 24 -13 A ... L.... 3 -20 H ... L.... 3 -27 A ... L... 14 -20 A ... L.... 6 -14 H ... L.... 0 -28 A ... L... 14 -42 H ... L... 20 -23 A ... W .. 24 -6 H ... L... 17 -23 A ... W .. 26 -20 H ... W .. 41 -7 A ... L... 14 -21 A ... W .. 20 -14 H ... W .. 15 -0 A ... L.... 9 -28 H ... W .. 26 -0 A ... L... 19 -34 A ... W .. 41 -31 H ... W .. 31 -6 A ... W .. 35 -14 H ... W .. 21 -0 A ... L... 14 -24 H ... W .. 38 -10 A ... W .. 28 -20 H ... W .. 37 -10 A ... L... 21 -28 H ... L... 20 -37 H ... W .. 24 -23 A ... L... 13 -40 H ... L... 23 -50 A ... L.... 7 -21 H ... W .. 19 -7 A ... L... 17 -37

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Albany Great Danes Game #3 • September 30 Schoellkopf Field (25,597) • Ithaca, N.Y. • 7 p.m. General Information Location: ....... Albany, N.Y. Founded: ............ 1844 Enrollment: ......... 12,013 Colors: ...... Purple and Gold Nickname: ...... Great Danes Conference: ....... Northeast President: .. Dr. Kermit L. Hall AthleticDir.: .... Lee McElroy

Albany Head Coach Bob Ford

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All-Time Record: ... 201-132-0 Basic Offense: ...... Multiple Basic Defense: ...... Multiple Lettermen R/L: ....... 40/22 Starters R/L: .......... 18/6 Off. Starters R/L: ....... 11/1 Def. Starters R/L: ........ 7/5

Football SID: Brian DePasquale Office Phone: . (518) 442-3072 Home Phone: ......... N/A E-mail: ................... bdepasquale@uamail.albany.edu SID Office Fax: . (518) 442-3139 Press Box: .... (518) 442-5895

Senior Defensive Back Ryan Chrobak

Coaching Staff Head Coach: ................................ Bob Ford Alma Mater: ............................ Springfield ‘59 Record at Albany: ................. 201-132-0, 34th year Career Record: .................... 210-154-1, 38th year Office Phone: ........................ (518) 442-3052 Assistant Coaches (Assignments): Peter Rossomando ....... Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Mike Simpson ...................... Defensive Coordinator Don Mion ................................. Linebackers Nick LaFontaine .......................... Running Backs Will Luca .......................... Outside Linebackers Ryan McCarthy ............................ Quarterbacks Drew Christ ............................ Defensive Backs David Parks ............................. Defensive Line Ryan Roeder ............................ Wide Receivers

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.......... at Lehigh ......... F O R D H A M ........ at Delaware .... CENTRAL CONN. .......... at Cornell ...... at Stony Brook ..... at Sacred Heart .... ST. FRANCIS (PA) .......... W A G N E R ..... at Robert Morris ....... M O N M O U T H

HOFSTRA ....... L at Massachusetts . L at Central Conn. . L at Maine ....... L STONY BROOK .. L SACRED HEART .. W atSt.Francis(PA) W at Wagner ..... W ROBERT MORRIS . W at Monmouth .... L at Fordham ..... W

www.albany.edu/sports Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing M. Allen O. Johnson

Class Sr. Jr.

Yds 594 385

Avg 4.5 4.2

TD 2 9

Passing Class B.Hall Sr. D. Bocanegra So.

Att-Com-Int 152-75-7 93-50-3

Yds 739 445

TD 3 3

Receiving I. DeAraujo M. Allen

Class Jr. Sr.

No 34 14

Avg 10.8 5.4

TD 0 0

Tackles C. Disch D. Nicomini

Class Jr. So.

UT-AT—Tot 37-75—112 21-34—55

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Att 132 91

Yds 368 76

Other 15 TFL, 4.5 Sacks, 7 TFL, 2.5 Sacks

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7-36 0-40 13-14 7-31 3-7 21-7 25-16 38-10 20-17 13-16 41-0

University Field Capacity: ................................... 5,000 Surface: ............................. Natural Grass Press Box: .......................... (518) 442-5895 Tickets: ............................ (518) 442-4683

Series Information First Meeting Current Streak: ............................... none Last Cornell Win: ............................. none Last Albany Win: ............................. none Last Tie: .................................... none Last Shutout: ................................ none Longest Cornell Win Streak: .................... none Longest Albany Win Streak: .................... none


2006 OPPONENTS

Harvard Crimson

Game #4 • October 7 Harvard Stadium (30,323) • Cambridge, Mass. • 1 p.m. General Information

Location: .. Cambridge, Mass. Founded: ............ 1636 Enrollment: .......... 6,704 Colors: Crimson, Black and White Nickname: ......... Crimson Conference: ...... Ivy League President: . Derek C. Bok (interim) AthleticDir.: . Robert L. Scalise

Harvard Head Coach Tim Murphy

Team Information

Media Relations

All-Time Record: .. 774-366-50 Basic Offense: ..... Multiple Basic Defense: Multiple8-ManFront Lettermen R/L: ....... 29/23 Starters R/L: ......... 13/10 Off. Starters R/L: ........ 5/6 Def. Starters R/L: ........ 7/4

FootballSID: .... ChuckSullivan Office Phone: . (617) 495-2206 Home Phone: . (508) 824-1197 E-mail: . sulliv2@fas.harvard.edu SID Office Fax: . (617) 495-2130 Press Box: .... (617) 495-5902

Senior Running Back Clifton Dawson

Coaching Staff Head Coach: .............................. Tim Murphy Alma Mater: ............................ Springfield ‘78 Record at Harvard: .................... 73-46, 13th year Career Record: ..................... 105-91-1, 20th year Office Phone: ........................ (617) 495-2207 Assistant Coaches (Assignments): Kevin Doherty ...................... Defensive Coordinator Joel Lamb ......................... Offensive Coordinator John Butler .................... Special Teams Coordinator Sean Ryan ....................... Recruiting Coordinator Ron Crook .............................. Offensive Line Jeff Commissiong ......................... Defensive Line Joe Villapiano ........................... Wide Receivers Dan O’Brien ............................ Defensive Backs Scott Ruggles ............................ Defensive Line

2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 16 23 30 Oct. 7 14 21 28 Nov. 4 11 18

2005 RESULTS (7-3, 5-2 Ivy, t-2nd)

....... HOLY CROSS .......... at Brown .......... at Lehigh .......... CORNELL ......... LAFAYETTE ........ at Princeton ....... at Dartmouth ......... COLUMBIA ............ at Penn .............. YALE

at Holy Cross ... W .. B R O W N ...... W - O T LEHIGH ......... L .. at Cornell ....... L .. at Lafayette .... W .. PRINCETON ..... L .. D A R T M O U T H ... W .. at Columbia .... W .. P E N N ......... W .. at Yale ....... W - O T

31-21 38-35 24-49 13-27 24-17 24-27 42-14 55-7 29-3 30-24

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing C. Dawson L. O’Hagan

Class Sr. Jr.

Att 258 127

Passing L. O’Hagan

Class Jr.

Receiving C. Dawson A. Breaux Tackles M. Thomas R.Tully

Yds 1,139 443

Avg 4.4 3.5

TD 11 8

Att-Com-Int 262-157-13

Yds 2,005

TD 15

Class Sr. So.

No 34 29

Avg 9.9 16.5

TD 2 4

Class Sr. Sr.

UT-AT—Tot 37-32—69 42-19—61

Yds 335 478

Other 11 TFL, 3 Sacks, 2 INTs 14 TFL, 2 Sacks

Series Information 70 Games since 1890 Harvard leads 36-32-2 (Tied 24-24-2 in Ivy play) Current Streak: ...................... Cornell, 1 game Last Cornell Win: ....................... 2005, 27-13 Last Harvard Win: ....................... 2004, 34-24 Last Tie: ................................ 1983, 3-3 Last Shutout: .................... 2003, Harvard 27-0 Longest Cornell Win Streak: ............. 11 (1986-96) Longest Harvard Win Streak: ............ 10 (1890-1913) 1890 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1909 1910 1913 1915 1916 1938 1941 1948 1949 1950 1951 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

H/A . W/L .. C- H A ... L.... 0 -77 N ... L... 13 -20 N ... L.... 0 -34 N ... L... 12 -22 A ... L.... 0 -25 H ... L.... 4 -13 A ... L.... 5 -24 A ... L.... 0 -18 A ... L.... 5 -27 A ... L.... 6 -23 A ... W .. 10 -0 A ... L.... 0 -23 A ... W .. 20 -0 A ... W ... 7 -0 H ... W .. 40 -6 A ... W .. 33 -14 A ... W .. 28 -7 H ... W .. 42 -6 H ... L... 12 -13 A ... W .. 20 -7 H ... L.... 7 -32 A ... W .. 20 -6 H ... W .. 21 -14 A ... W .. 20 -16 H ... W .. 12 -0 A ... L.... 0 -14 H ... W .. 14 -12 A ... L... 14 -21 A ... L.... 0 -16 H ... T ... 3 -3 A ... L.... 0 -21 H ... L... 12 -14 A ... L.... 0 -10 H ... W .. 41 -24 A ... L... 24 -27

1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

H/A . W/L .. C- H H ... W .. 21 -16 A ... L... 15 -33 H ... L... 15 -21 A ... L... 27 -39 H ... L... 13 -34 A ... W ... 9 -3 H ... L.... 7 -17 A ... W .. 25 -20 H ... W .. 41 -14 A ... L... 12 -20 H ... L... 10 -27 A ... L... 13 -25 H ... T ... 3 -3 A ... L... 18 -24 H ... L... 17 -20 A ... W ... 3 -0 H ... W .. 29 -17 A ... W .. 19 -17 H ... W .. 28 -0 A ... W .. 20 -17 H ... W .. 22 -17 A ... W .. 31 -13 H ... W .. 27 -0 A ... W .. 18 -13 H ... W .. 28 -27 A ... W .. 20 -13 H ... L.... 9 -34 A ... L... 12 -19 H ... W .. 24 -23 A ... W .. 29 -28 H ... L.... 6 -26 A ... L... 23 -52 H ... L.... 0 -27 A ... L... 24 -34 H ... W .. 27 -13

2006 FOOTBALL

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www.gocrimson.com

Harvard Stadium Capacity: .................................. 30,323 Surface: ................................. FieldTurf Press Box: .......................... (617) 495-5894 Tickets: ........................ 1-877-GO HARVARD

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2006 OPPONENTS 2006

Colgate Raiders

Game #5 • October 14 Schoellkopf Field (25,597) • Ithaca, N.Y. • 1 p.m. General Information

Location: ..... Hamilton, N.Y. Founded: ............ 1819 Enrollment: .......... 2,800 Colors: Maroon, White and Gray Nickname: .......... Raiders Conference: ... Patriot League President: ... Rebecca Chopp AthleticDir.: .... David Roach

Colgate Head Coach Dick Biddle

Team Information

Media Relations

All-Time Record: .. 567-427-50 Basic Offense: ...... Multiple Basic Defense: ...... Multiple Lettermen R/L: ....... 36/22 Starters R/L: ......... 10/12 Off. Starters R/L: ........ 6/5 Def. Starters R/L: ........ 4/7

Football SID: .... Bob Cornell Office Phone: . (315) 228-7602 Cell Phone: ... (315) 723-0175 E-mail: rcornell@mail.colgate.edu SID Office Fax: . (315) 228-7977 Press Box: .... (315) 228-6863

Sophomore Tailback Jordan Scott

Coaching Staff Head Coach: .............................. Dick Biddle Alma Mater: ................................ Duke ‘70 Record at Colgate: .................... 84-35, 11th year Career Record: ....................... 84-35, 11th year Office Phone: ........................ (315) 228-7603 Assistant Coaches (Assignments): Dan Hunt .............. Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Ed Pinkham ............... Defensive Coordnator/Secondary Chris Young ............................ Wide Receivers KevinBolis .............................. Offensive Line Tom Perkovich ........................... Running Backs Ryan Knowles ............................ Defensive Line Robert Fraser .............................. Linebackers Nick Monroe ....................... Outside Linebackers

2006 SCHEDULE

WWW .CORNELL B IG R ED . COM

Sept. 2 16 23 30 Oct. 7 14 21 28 Nov. 4 11 18

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2005 RESULTS (8-4, 6-1 Patriot, t-1st)

.... at Massachusetts ....... D A R T M O U T H ....... M O N M O U T H ...... G E O R G E T O W N ........ PRINCETON .......... at Cornell ........ at Fordham ......... LAFAYETTE .......... at Lehigh ....... HOLY CROSS ......... at Bucknell

CENTRAL CONN. . L MASSACHUSETTS W at Dartmouth .... L CORNELL ...... W at Princeton .... W at Cornell ...... W at Holy Cross ... W LEHIGH ......... L at Lafayette .... W BUCKNELL ...... L at Georgetown .. W at New Hampshire L

www.goColgateRaiders.com Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Class J.Scott So. M. Saraceno Sr.

Att 320 88

Passing Class M. Saraceno Sr. Receiving K. Parker E. Burke Tackles G. Bean C. Williams

Avg 4.3 3.9

TD 10 5

Att-Com-Int 315-161-19

Yds 2,065

TD 12

Class Sr. Jr.

No 46 23

Avg 12.9 18.5

TD 7 1

Class Sr. Jr.

UT-AT—Tot 40-28—68 36-27—63

2006 FOOTBALL

Yds 1,364 340

Yds 594 426

Other 6 TFL, 2 INTs 4 INTS, 3 FR

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

22-24 17-14 21-26 34-20 16-10 10-6 27-14 34-50 18-15 16-10 34-7 21-55

Andy Kerr Stadium Capacity: .................................. 10,221 Surface: ............................. Natural Grass Press Box: .......................... (315) 228-6863 Tickets: ............................ (315) 228-7600

Series Information 88 Games since 1896 Cornell leads 46-39-3 Current Streak: .................... Colgate, 10 games Last Cornell Win: ........................ 1992, 25-7 Last Colgate Win: ....................... 2005, 20-34 Last Tie: ................................ 1965, 0-0 Last Shutout: ..................... 1968, Cornell 17-0 Longest Cornell Win Streak: ............ 10 (1896-1905) Longest Colgate Win Streak: ......... 10 (1993-present) 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1911 1912 1913 1914 1917 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

H/A . W/L Cor- C H ... W .... 6 -0 H ... W .... 6 -0 H ... W ... 29 -5 A ... W ... 42 -0 H ... W ... 16 -0 H ... W ... 17 -0 H ... W .... 5 -0 H ... W ... 12 -0 H ... W ... 17 -0 H ... W ... 12 -11 H ... T..... 0 -0 H ... W ... 18 -0 H ... W .... 9 -0 H ... W .... 6 -0 H ... L..... 7 -13 H ... T..... 0 -0 H ... L..... 3 -7 H ... L..... 0 -20 H ... L..... 0 -21 H ... W ... 42 -6 H ... W ... 31 -7 H ... W ... 14 -0 H ... W ... 34 -7 H ... W ... 40 -7 H ... W ... 15 -6 H ... W ... 14 -12 H ... W ... 34 -0 H ... W ... 21 -2 H ... L..... 6 -18 N ... L..... 7 -20 H ... L..... 7 -14 H ... W ... 20 -6 H ... W ... 13 -9 A ... W ... 27 -18 H ... W ... 14 -6 H ... W ... 39 -27 H ... W ... 26 -18 A ... W ... 41 -18 H ... L..... 7 -14 H ... W ... 27 -7 H ... L.... 14 -19 H ... L..... 6 -21 A ... L..... 6 -34 H ... L.... 13 -14

1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1990 1991 1992 1993 1996 1997 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

H/A . W/L Cor- C H ... W ... 13 -0 A ... W ... 20 -15 H ... L..... 8 -28 H ... W ... 34 -0 H ... L.... 12 -23 H ... L.... 17 -21 A ... L..... 3 -8 H ... T ..... 0 -0 H ... W ... 15 -14 A ... W ... 23 -7 H ... W ... 17 -0 H ... L.... 24 -28 A ... W ... 17 -7 H ... W ... 38 -20 H ... W ... 37 -7 A ... W ... 35 -21 H ... W ... 40 -21 H ... L.... 22 -24 H ... L.... 20 -25 H ... L.... 22 -28 A ... W ... 21 -12 H ... W ... 36 -21 A ... L.... 20 -38 H ... L.... 10 -34 H ... L..... 6 -21 H ... L..... 7 -60 H ... L..... 7 -35 H ... L.... 20 -21 A ... W ... 21 -12 H ... L..... 3 -27 H ... W ... 17 -14 A ... L.... 24 -59 H ... L.... 13 -31 A ... W ... 25 -7 H ... L..... 6 -22 H ... L.... 21 -31 H .. L-OT .. 38 -44 A ... L.... 16 -55 H ... L.... 16 -23 A ... L.... 32 -35 H ... L.... 13 -42 A ... L.... 24 -27 H ... L..... 6 -10 A ... L.... 20 -34


2006 OPPONENTS

Brown Bears

Game #6 • October 21 Brown Stadium (20,000) • Providence, R.I. • 1 p.m. General Information

Location: ..... Providence,R.I. Founded: ........... 1764 Enrollment: .......... 5,711 Colors: . Brown, Red and White Nickname: ........... Bears Conference: ...... Ivy League President: ... Ruth J. Simmons AthleticDir.: Michael Goldberger

Brown Head Coach Phil Estes

Team Information

Media Relations

All-Time Record: .. 550-520-40 Basic Offense: .......... Pro Basic Defense: ...... Multiple Lettermen R/L: ....... 49/18 Starters R/L: ......... 11/11 Off. Starters R/L: ........ 5/6 Def. Starters R/L: ........ 6/5

Football SID: .... Chris Humm Office Phone: . (401) 863-1095 Home Phone: . (401) 247-2392 E-mail: christopher_humm@brown.edu SID Office Fax: . (401) 863-1436 Press Box: .... (401) 867-3888 or (401) 867-3897

Senior Linebacker Zak DeOssie

Coaching Staff Head Coach: ................................ PhilEstes Alma Mater: ....................... New Hampshire ‘81 Record at Brown: ...................... 51-28, 9th year Career Record: ........................ 51-28, 9th year Office Phone: ........................ (401) 863-2424 Assistant Coaches (Assignments): Michael Kelleher ......... Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Abbott Burrell ..................... Assistant Head Coach Frank Sheehan ........................... Offensive Line JoeLeslie .............................. Wide Receivers Neil McGrath ............................ Defensive Line Paul Boudreau .................. Tight Ends/Special Teams Paul Frisone ........................ Outside Linebackers Anjel Gutierrez .......................... Defensive Backs

2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 16 23 30 Oct. 7 14 21 28 Nov. 4 11 18

2005 RESULTS (9-1, 7-0 Ivy, 1st)

...... G E O R G E T O W N .......... HARVARD ..... at Rhode Island ....... at Holy Cross ........ at Princeton .......... CORNELL ............ at Penn .............. YALE ....... at Dartmouth ......... COLUMBIA

at Georgetown .. W .. at Harvard .... L-2OT RHODE ISLAND . W .. F O R D H A M ..... W .. PRINCETON .... W .. at Cornell ...... W .. P E N N ......... W .. at Yale ........ W .. D A R T M O U T H ... W .. at Columbia .... W ..

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Class B. Markey Sr. J. DiGiacomo Sr.

Att 29 28

Passing Class J. DiGiacomo Sr. Receiving L.Hill B. Markey Tackles Z. DeOssie J. Yearwood

Yds 145 116

Avg 5.0 4.1

TD 1 2

Att-Com-Int 231-121-8

Yds 1,800

TD 16

Class Sr. Sr.

No 33 8

Avg 17.1 4.6

TD 5 0

Class Sr. Jr.

UT-AT—Tot 45-35—80 28-28—56

Yds 563 37

Other 12 TFL, 5 sacks, 3 FFs 5 PBR

Series Information 53 Games since 1895 Brown leads 27-25-1 (26-22-1 in Ivy play) Current Streak: ...................... Brown, 3 games Last Cornell Win: ................... 2002, 10-7 (2OT) Last Brown Win: ........................ 2005, 38-24 Last Tie: .............................. 1967, 14-14 Last Shutout: ..................... 1988, Cornell 35-0 Longest Cornell Win Streak: ............ 5 (1968-1972) Longest Brown Win Streak: ............... 8 (1973-80) H/A W / L . C- B 1895 .. H .. W ... 6 -4 1914 .. N .. W .. 28 -7 1955 .. A .. W .. 20 -7 1956 .. A .. L ... 6 -13 1957 .. H .. W .. 13 -6 1958 .. A .. L ... 8 -12 1959 .. H .. W .. 19 -0 1960 .. A .. L ... 6 -7 1961 .. H .. W .. 25 -0 1962 .. A .. W .. 28 -26 1963 .. H .. W .. 28 -25 1964 .. A .. L .. 28 -31 1965 .. H .. W .. 41 -21 1966 .. A .. W .. 23 -14 1967 .. H .. T .. 14 -14 1968 .. A .. W .. 31 -0 1969 .. H .. W .. 14 -7 1970 .. A .. W .. 35 -21 1971 .. H .. W .. 21 -7 1972 .. A .. W .. 48 -28 1973 .. H .. L ... 7 -17 1974 .. A .. L ... 8 -16 1975 .. H .. L .. 23 -45 1976 .. H .. L .. 12 -28 1977 .. A .. L ... 3 -21 1978 .. H .. L .. 13 -21 1979 .. A .. L ... 7 -28

H/A W / L . C- B 1980 .. H .. L .. 25 -32 1981 .. A .. W .. 14 -9 1982 .. H .. L .. 19 -38 1983 .. A .. L ... 3 -14 1984 .. H .. L ... 9 -13 1985 .. A .. L ... 0 -22 1986 .. H .. W .. 27 -9 1987 .. A .. L .. 15 -23 1988 .. H .. W .. 35 -0 1989 .. A .. L ... 7 -28 1990 .. H .. W .. 34 -7 1991 .. A .. W .. 20 -17 1992 .. H .. W .. 16 -6 1993 .. A .. W .. 21 -3 1994 .. H .. L ... 3 -16 1995 .. A .. W .. 38 -28 1996 .. H .. L .. 21 -35 1997 .. A .. L .. 12 -37 1998 .. H .. L ... 7 -20 1999 .. A .. W .. 33 -28 2000 .. A .. L .. 40 -56 2001 .. H .. L .. 21 -49 2002 .. A . W - O T . 10 -7 2003 .. H .. L ... 7 -21 2004 .. A .. L .. 17 -21 2005 .. H .. L .. 24 -38

2006 FOOTBALL

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www.BrownBears.com

34-3 35-38 45-35 37-14 31-28 38-24 34-20 38-21 24-14 52-21

Brown Stadium Capacity: .................................. 20,000 Surface: ............................. Natural Grass Press Box: .......................... (401) 867-3888 or (401) 867-3897 Tickets: ............................ (401) 863-2773

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2006 OPPONENTS 2006

Princeton Tigers

Game #7 • October 28 Schoellkopf Field (25,597) • Ithaca, N.Y. • 1 p.m. General Information

Location: ...... Princeton,N.J. Founded: ............ 1746 Enrollment: .......... 4,600 Colors: ..... Orange and Black Nickname: ........... Tigers Conference: ...... Ivy League President: ... Shirley Tilghman AthleticDir.: . Gary D. Walters

Princeton Head Coach Roger Hughes

Team Information

Media Relations

All-Time Record: .. 764-347-50 Basic Offense: ......... Pro 1 Basic Defense: .. Multiple Front Lettermen R/L: ....... 32/21 Starters R/L: ......... 10/12 Off. Starters R/L: ........ 5/6 Def. Starters R/L: ........ 5/6

FootballSID: .... Craig Sachson Office Phone: . (609) 258-3680 Home Phone: . (609) 712-2203 E-mail: . sachson@princeton.edu SID Office Fax: . (609) 258-2399 Press Box: .... (609) 258-0660

Senior Quarterback Jeff Terrell

Coaching Staff Head Coach: ............................ Roger Hughes Alma Mater: ............................... Doane ‘82 Record at Princeton: ................... 26-33, 7th year Career Record: ........................ 26-33, 7th year Office Phone: ........................ (609) 258-3514 Assistant Coaches (Assignments): Matt Borich ............................. Defensive Line Gregg Perry ............................. Offensive Line Don Dobes ............ Run Defense Coordinator/Linebackers EricJackson ................. Defensive Backs/Special Teams Isaac Carter .......................... DefensiveAssistant Dave Rackovan .......... Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs Scott Sallach ........................... Wide Receivers Eric Van Heusen .......................... Defensive Line Steve Verbit ........... Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line

2006 SCHEDULE

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Sept. 16 23 30 Oct. 7 14 21 28 Nov. 4 11 18

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2005 RESULTS (7-3, 5-2 Ivy, t-2nd)

.......... at Lehigh ......... LAFAYETTE ........ at Columbia ......... at Colgate ........... B R O W N .......... HARVARD .......... at Cornell ............. P E N N ............ at Yale ....... D A R T M O U T H

at Lafayette .... W .. SAN DIEGO .... W .. COLUMBIA ..... W .. COLGATE ....... L .. at Brown ....... L .. at Harvard ..... W .. CORNELL ..... W - O T at Penn ........ W .. YALE ........... L .. at Dartmouth ... W ..

www.GoPrincetonTigers.com Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing R. Toresco C. Kirkland

Class Jr. Sr.

Att 142 94

Passing J.Terrell

Class Sr.

Receiving R. Toresco B.Circle

Class Jr. Jr.

Tackles Class T.Strickland Sr. J.Marshall Sr.

2006 FOOTBALL

Yds 511 399

Avg 4.3 4.2

TD 4 3

Att-Com-Int 253-139-13

Yds 1,721

TD 10

No 28 22

Avg 7.7 14.0

TD 1 1

Yds 216 308

UT-AT—Tot 28-15—43 14-26—40

Other 4 INTs TFL

23-21 20-17 43-3 10-16 28-31 27-24 20-17 30-13 14-21 30-0

Princeton Stadium Capacity: .................................. 27,800 Surface: ................................. FieldTurf Press Box: .......................... (609) 258-0660 Tickets: ............................ (609) 258-3538

Series Information 88 Games since 1891 Princeton leads 54-32-2 (31-18-1 in Ivy play) Current Streak: .................... Princeton, 1 game Last Cornell Win: ....................... 2004, 21-20 Last Princeton Win: .................. 2005, 20-17 (ot) Last Tie: .............................. 1978, 14-14 Last Shutout: .................... 1998, Princeton 6-0 Longest Cornell Win Streak: .............. 4 (1970-73) Longest Princeton Win Streak: ............ 7 (1891-98) 1891 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1934 1935 1936 1937 1939 1943 1945 1946 1947 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

H/A . W/L ... CA .... L ..... 0 N .... L ..... 0 N .... L ..... 4 N .... L ..... 0 A .... L ..... 0 H .... L ..... 0 A .... L ..... 0 H ... W ..... 5 A ... W .... 12 H .... L ..... 6 A .... L ..... 0 A .... L ..... 0 H .... L ..... 6 A .... L ..... 6 N .... L ..... 5 H ... W ..... 6 H .... L .... 10 A .... L ..... 0 H ... W .... 13 A ... W .... 12 H ... W .... 33 A .... T ..... 0 A .... L ..... 0 H .... L ..... 0 A .... L .... 13 A ... W .... 20 A ... W .... 20 A ... W .... 30 H .... L ..... 6 A ... W .... 14 A ... W .... 28 H ... W .... 14 A .... L ..... 0 A .... L .... 15 H .... L ..... 0 A ... W .... 26 A ... W .... 27 H .... L .... 20 H .... L .... 21 A .... L .... 14 H ... W .... 34 A .... L ..... 0 H .... L .... 18 A .... L .... 25

P -6 -46 -12 -6 -37 -10 -6 -0 -0 -8 -10 -44 -18 -16 -14 -5 -21 -3 -7 -7 -0 -0 -45 -54 -41 -7 -7 -0 -14 -7 -21 -12 -27 -53 -27 -19 -0 -26 -32 -47 -8 -20 -21 -30

1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

H/A . W/L ... CH ... W .... 35 A .... L .... 14 A .... L .... 12 H .... L .... 27 A .... L ..... 0 H ... W .... 47 A .... L .... 13 H .... L .... 17 A ... W ..... 6 H ... W .... 19 A ... W .... 22 H ... W .... 37 A .... L .... 20 H .... L ..... 8 H .... L ..... 0 A .... L ..... 0 H .... T .... 14 A .... L .... 14 H ... W .... 17 A .... L .... 14 H .... L .... 36 A ... W .... 32 H .... L ..... 9 A .... L .... 27 H ... W .... 39 A .... L ..... 6 H .... L .... 17 A .... L ..... 7 H ... W .... 17 A .... L ..... 0 H .... L .... 20 A .... L .... 12 H ... W .... 31 A .... L .... 22 H .. W-OT .. 33 H ... W .... 14 A .... L ..... 0 A ... W .... 20 H ... W .... 25 A ... W .... 10 H .. L-OT ... 25 A .... L ..... 6 H ... W .... 21 A .. L-OT ... 17

P -34 -51 -17 -36 -7 -13 -41 -24 -3 -8 -15 -6 -41 -16 -3 -34 -14 -26 -7 -37 -41 -30 -17 -33 -8 -23 -26 -21 -14 -18 -22 -18 -16 -24 -27 -10 -6 -3 -24 -7 -32 -28 -20 -20


2006 OPPONENTS

Dartmouth Big Green Game #8 • November 4 Schoellkopf Field (25,597) • Ithaca, N.Y. • 1 p.m. General Information Location: ...... Hanover, N.H. Founded: ............ 1769 Enrollment: .......... 4,300 Colors: ..... Green and White Nickname: ........ Big Green Conference: ...... Ivy League President: ..... James Wright AthleticDir.: .... Josie Harper

Dartmouth Head Coach Buddy Teevens

Team Information

Media Relations

All-Time Record: . 638-395-46 Basic Offense: ...... Multiple Basic Defense: ...... Multiple Lettermen R/L: ....... 36/22 Starters R/L: ......... 17/12 Off. Starters R/L: ....... 10/1 Def. Starters R/L: ........ 7/4

FootballSID: ...... KathyPhillips Office Phone: . (603) 646-2468 Home Phone: . (603) 448-2103 E-mail: . kathy.s.phillips@dartmouth.edu SID Office Fax: . (603) 646-1268 Press Box: .... (603) 646-0111

Senior Wide Receiver Ryan Fuselier

Coaching Staff Head Coach: ............................ Buddy Teevens Alma Mater: ............................ Dartmouth ‘79 Record at Dartmouth: . 28-30-2, 7th year (1987-91, 2005-pr.) Career Record: ..................... 62-107-2, 17th year Office Phone: ........................ (603) 646-2467 Assistant Coaches (Assignments): Cyril Brockmeier .......................... Offensive Line Cedric Calhoun .......................... Defensive Line Kenyada Davis ............................ Outside Line Mike Hodgson .............................. Tight Ends Adam Hollis ............................. Running Backs Sammy McCorkle ........................ Defensive Backs Matthew Smiley ............. Kickers/Punters/Wide Receivers Chris Wilkerson ........... Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers

2006 SCHEDULE Sept. 16 23 30 Oct. 7 14 21 28 Nov. 4 11 18

2005 RESULTS (2-8, 1-6 Ivy, t-7th)

......... at Colgate .... NEW HAMPSHIRE ............ at Penn .............. YALE ....... HOLY CROSS ........ at Columbia .......... HARVARD .......... at Cornell ........... B R O W N ........ at Princeton

COLGATE ...... W at New Hampshire L P E N N .......... L at Yale ......... L at Holy Cross .... L COLUMBIA ..... W at Harvard ...... L CORNELL ....... L at Brown ....... L PRINCETON ..... L

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing J.Bash M. Williams

Class Sr. So.

Att 87 38

Passing J. Cohen

Class So.

Receiving R.Fuselier M. Brogna Tackles I.Williams J.Gibalski

Yds 320 178

Avg 3.7 4.7

TD 2 1

Att-Com-Int 234-137-12

Yds 1,529

TD 8

Class Sr. Jr.

No 51 14

Avg 9.8 12.6

TD 5 2

Class So. Sr.

UT-AT—Tot 44-46—90 45-42—87

Yds 501 177

Other 2.5 TFL, INT 6.5 TFL, 2 INTs

Series Information 89 Games since 1900 Dartmouth leads 50-38-1 (35-15-0 in Ivy play) Current Streak: ..................... Cornell, 2 games Last Cornell Win: ....................... 2005, 21-10 Last Dartmouth Win: .................... 2003, 26-17 Last Tie: ................................ 1937, 6-6 Last Shutout: .................. 1976, Dartmouth 35-0 Longest Cornell Win Streak: .............. 5 (1950-54) Longest Dartmouth Win Streak: .......... 11 (1968-78) 1900 1912 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

H/A . W/L ... CH ... W .... 23 H .... L ..... 0 N .... L ..... 0 N .... L ..... 3 N ... W .... 59 N ... W .... 23 A ... W .... 32 N .... L .... 14 A .... L .... 13 H ... W .... 24 A .... L ..... 7 H .... L ..... 0 A .... L .... 14 H .... L .... 13 A .... L ..... 0 H ... W .... 21 A ... W ..... 7 H ... W .... 21 A .... L ..... 6 H .... L ..... 6 A .... T ..... 6 H ... W .... 14 A ... W .... 35 A .... L ..... 0 H ... W .... 33 N ... W .... 21 N .... L ..... 0 H ... W .... 14 A ... W .... 20 H ... W .... 21 A .... L .... 13 H ... W .... 27 A .... L ..... 7 H ... W .... 24 A ... W .... 21 H ... W .... 13 A ... W .... 28 H ... W .... 40 A .... L ..... 0 H .... L .... 14 A .... L .... 19 H .... L .... 15 A .... L .... 12 H .... L ..... 0 A .... L .... 14

D -6 -24 -9 -14 -7 -0 -7 -27 -62 -23 -53 -28 -18 -19 -14 -6 -0 -6 -41 -20 -6 -7 -6 -3 -19 -19 -20 -13 -13 -7 -21 -26 -16 -0 -13 -7 -26 -21 -7 -27 -20 -32 -21 -20 -15

1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

H/A . W/L ... CH .... L .... 21 A .... L ..... 7 H ... W .... 33 A .... L ..... 0 H .... L .... 23 A ... W .... 24 H .... L ..... 6 A .... L ..... 7 H .... L ..... 0 A .... L .... 14 H .... L .... 22 A .... L ..... 0 H .... L ..... 9 A .... L .... 10 H .... L ..... 0 A .... L .... 13 H .... L ..... 7 A ... W .... 21 H ... W ..... 7 A .... L ..... 7 H .... L .... 13 A .... L .... 17 H ... W .... 13 H .... L .... 17 A ... W .... 10 H ... W .... 21 A ... W .... 24 H .... L .... 14 H .... L ..... 6 A .... L .... 25 H ... W .... 26 A .... L .... 27 H ... W .... 17 A ... W .... 24 H .... L .... 21 A .... L .... 20 H ... W .... 14 A .... L .... 17 H ... W .... 49 A ... W .... 28 H ... W .... 21 A .... L .... 17 H ... W .... 14 A ... W .... 21

D -28 -12 -15 -20 -32 -21 -27 -24 -24 -24 -31 -17 -21 -33 -35 -17 -14 -10 -3 -42 -14 -31 -10 -20 -7 -14 -7 -28 -11 -31 -16 -28 -14 -19 -38 -24 -11 -20 -31 -24 -19 -26 -7 -10

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26-21 20-49 9-26 0-13 16-28 17-6 14-42 10-21 14-24 0-30

Memorial Field Capacity: .................................. 17,000 Surface: ............................. Natural Grass Press Box: .......................... (603) 646-2468 Tickets: ............................ (603) 646-2466

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Columbia Lions

Game #9 • November 11 Wien Stadium (17,000) • New York, N.Y. • 12:30 p.m. General Information

Location: ..... New York, N.Y. Founded: ............ 1754 Enrollment: .......... 5,532 Colors: Columbia Blue and White Nickname: ............ Lions Conference: ...... Ivy League President: ... Lee C. Bollinger AthleticDir.: . Dr. M. Dianne Murphy

Columbia Head Coach Norries Wilson

Team Information

Media Relations

All-Time Record: .. 353-583-43 Basic Offense: ...... Multiple Basic Defense: ........ 3-3-5 Lettermen R/L: ....... 39/16 Starters R/L: .......... 16/8 Off. Starters R/L: ........ 9/2 Def. Starters R/L: ........ 7/6

FootballSID: ... Todd Kennedy Office Phone: . (212) 854-7141 Home Phone: . (646) 295-5317 E-mail: .. tk149@columbia.edu SID Office Fax: . (212) 854-8168 Press Box: .... (212) 304-8023

Senior Safety Tad Crawford

Coaching Staff Head Coach: ............................ Norries Wilson Alma Mater: ............................ Minnesota ‘89 Record at Columbia: ..................... 0-0,firstyear Career Record: .......................... 0-0,firstyear Office Phone: ........................ (212) 854-7062 Assistant Coaches (Assignments): LouFerrari .............. Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Vinny Marino ........... Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Cheston Blackshear ........................... Tight Ends Andrew Cohen ........................... Defensive Line Aaron Kelton ....................... Defensive Secondary JeffLarson .............................. Wide Receivers Chris Nugai ............................. Runnings Backs Kris Sweet .............................. Offensive Line Greg Sigler .......................... DefensiveAssistant

2006 SCHEDULE

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......... F O R D H A M ...... G E O R G E T O W N ........ PRINCETON ............. IONA ............ at Penn ....... D A R T M O U T H ............ at Yale ......... at Harvard .......... CORNELL .......... at Brown

at Fordham .... W DUQUESNE .... W at Princeton ..... L at Lafayette ..... L P E N N .......... L at Dartmouth .... L YALE ........... L HARVARD ....... L at Cornell ....... L B R O W N ........ L

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Att 76 78

Passing Class C. Hormann Jr.

Avg 3.7 3.0

TD 0 1

Att-Com-Int 260-145-8

Yds 1,481

TD 7

Receiving Class N. DeGasperis Sr. J. Besselman Sr.

No 24 18

Avg 11.3 10.4

TD 0 1

Tackles T. Crawford T. Abrams

UT-AT—Tot 60-51—111 15-37—52

Class Sr. Sr.

2006 FOOTBALL

Yds 281 233

Yds 271 188

Other 2 INTs 1.5 TFL

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

23-17 23-13 3-43 7-14 16-44 6-17 3-37 7-55 7-45 21-52

Lawrence A. Wien Stadium Capacity: .................................. 17,000 Surface: ................................. FieldTurf Press Box: .......................... (212) 304-8023 Tickets: ............................ (212) 854-2546

Series Information 93 Games since 1889 Cornell leads 59-31-3 (34-16-0 in Ivy play) Current Streak: ..................... Cornell, 2 games Last Cornell Win: ........................ 2005, 45-7 Last Columbia Win: ..................... 2003, 34-21 Last Tie: ................................ 1935, 7-7 Last Shutout: ..................... 1990, Cornell 41-0 Longest Cornell Win Streak: ............. 12 (1977-88) Longest Columbia Win Streak: ..... 3 (1903-05, 1932-34, 1960-62, 1992-94) 1889 1890 1899 1901 1903 1904 1905 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

H/A . W/L . Cor.A ... W .... 20 H ... W .... 36 A ... W .... 29 A ... W .... 24 H .... L .... 12 A .... L ..... 6 H .... L ..... 6 H ... W .... 34 A ... W .... 41 H ... W .... 56 A ... W .... 35 H ... W .... 14 N ... W .... 17 A .... L ..... 9 H .... T ..... 0 A .... T ..... 0 H ... W .... 12 A .... L ..... 7 H ... W .... 13 A .... L ..... 0 H .... L ..... 6 A .... L ..... 0 H .... T ..... 7 A .... L ..... 6 H ... W .... 34 A ... W .... 23 H ... W .... 13 H ... W .... 27 A .... L ..... 0 A .... L .... 13 H ... W .... 33 A ... W .... 25 A .... L .... 26 A ... W .... 12 H .... L ..... 0 A ... W .... 20 H ... W .... 54 A .... L .... 19 H .... L .... 20 A ... W .... 21 H ... W .... 27 A ... W .... 26 H ... W .... 34 A .... L .... 19 H ... W ..... 8 A ... W .... 25 H ... W .... 13

Col. -0 -0 -0 -0 -17 -12 -12 -7 -7 -0 -0 -0 -14 -17 -0 -0 -6 -10 -0 -6 -9 -14 -7 -14 -20 -7 -7 -0 -7 -14 -6 -7 -34 -0 -22 -13 -0 -20 -21 -14 -13 -0 -19 -25 -0 -0 -7

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

H/A . W/L . Cor.A .... L ..... 6 H .... L ..... 7 A .... L .... 21 H ... W .... 18 A ... W .... 57 H ... W .... 20 A ... W .... 31 H ... W .... 27 A .... L .... 25 H ... W .... 10 A ... W .... 31 H ... W .... 24 A .... L ..... 0 H ... W .... 44 A ... W .... 24 H .... L .... 19 A .... L .... 17 H ... W .... 20 A ... W .... 35 H ... W .... 24 A ... W .... 24 H ... W .... 15 A ... W .... 35 H ... W .... 31 A ... W .... 19 H ... W .... 21 A ... W .... 28 H ... W .... 31 A ... W .... 42 H .... L .... 19 A ... W .... 41 H ... W .... 28 A .... L .... 30 H .... L .... 24 A .... L .... 33 H ... W .... 35 A .... L .... 10 H ... W .... 33 A .... L .... 10 H ... W .... 31 A ... W .... 35 H .... L .... 28 A ... W .... 17 H .... L .... 21 A ... W .... 32 H ... W .... 45

Col. -44 -35 -25 -17 -20 -6 -6 -14 -34 -3 -20 -21 -14 -14 -0 -42 -35 -7 -14 -7 -0 -9 -26 -6 -7 -8 -0 -20 -19 -25 -0 -21 -35 -29 -38 -14 -24 -22 -22 -29 -31 -35 -14 -34 -26 -7


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Penn Quakers

Game #10 • November 18 Schoellkopf Field (25,597) • Ithaca, N.Y. • 1 p.m. General Information

Location: .... Philadelphia, Pa. Founded: ............ 1740 Enrollment: ......... 10,500 Colors: ........ Red and Blue Nickname: ......... Quakers Conference: ...... Ivy League President: .. Dr. Amy Gutmann AthleticDir.: ..... SteveBilsky

Penn Head Coach Al Bagnoli

Team Information

Media Relations

All-Time Record: .. 776-445-42 Basic Offense: Multipleone-back Basic Defense: ........... 50 Lettermen R/L: ....... 41/21 Starters R/L: .......... 9/13 Off. Starters R/L: ........ 4/7 Def. Starters R/L: ........ 5/6

Football SID: ...... Tim Flynn Office Phone: . (215) 898-6129 Cell Phone: ............ TBA E-mail: timothef@pobox.upenn.edu SID Office Fax: . (215) 898-1747 Press Box: .... (215) 898-6159

Senior Defensive Back Scott Williams

Coaching Staff Head Coach: ............................... Al Bagnoli Alma Mater: ................ Central Connecticut State ‘75 Record at Penn: ...................... 99-39, 15th year Career Record: ...................... 185-58, 25th year Office Phone: ........................ (215) 573-9229 Assistant Coaches (Assignments): Ray Priore ......................... Defensive Coordinator Shawn Halloran .................... Offensive Coordinator Jim Schaefer ............................. Defensive Line Larry Woods .............................. Quarterbacks Steven Downs ............................ Running Backs Cliff Schwenke ............................. Linebackers Jonathan McLaughlin ...................... Offensive Line Jonathan Dupont ..................... Assistant Secondary

2005 SCHEDULE Sept. 16 23 30 Oct. 7 14 21 28 Nov. 4 11 18

2005 RESULTS (5-5, 3-4 Ivy, 6th)

........ at Lafayette ........ VILLANOVA ....... D A R T M O U T H ......... at Bucknell ......... COLUMBIA ............ at Yale ........... B R O W N ........ at Princeton .......... HARVARD .......... at Cornell

DUQUESNE .... W at Villanova ..... L at Dartmouth ... W BUCKNELL ..... W at Columbia .... W YALE .......... W at Brown ....... L PRINCETON ..... L at Harvard ...... L CORNELL ....... L

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Class Amoo-Acahmpong So. B. Walker Jr.

Att 28 14

Yds 82 55

Avg 2.9 3.9

TD 1 0

Passing B. Walker

Att-Com-Int 71-29-4

Yds 382

TD 4

Receiving Class D. McDonald Sr. M. Carre Sr.

No 29 29

Avg 17.4 15.3

TD 3 6

Tackles K. Gedin S. Williams

UT-AT—Tot 28-37—65 34-11—45

Class Jr.

Class Sr. Sr.

Yds 504 445

Other 9.5 TFL, 3 sacks 2 INTs, 3 FF

41-14 24-28 26-9 53-7 44-16 38-21 20-34 13-30 3-29 7-16

Series Information 112 Games since 1893 Penn leads 64-43-5 (Cornell leads 26-23-1 in Ivy play) Current Streak: ...................... Cornell, 1 game Last Cornell Win: ........................ 2005, 16-7 Last Penn Win: ......................... 2004, 20-14 Last Tie: .............................. 1974, 28-28 Last Shutout: ....................... 2002, Penn 31-0 Longest Cornell Win Streak: .............. 7 (1961-67) Longest Penn Win Streak: ....... 8 (1893-1900; 1940-47) 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931

H/A W/L CA .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 2 A .. L . 10 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 6 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 0 A .. W . 23 A .. L . 11 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 5 A .. T .. 0 A .. L .. 4 A .. L .. 4 A .. L .. 6 A .. L .. 6 A .. L .. 9 A .. L .. 2 A .. W . 21 A .. W . 24 A .. W . 24 A .. L .. 3 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 0 A .. W . 41 A .. W .. 9 A .. W . 14 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 0 A .. T . 10 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 7 A .. W . 13 A .. W .. 7

P -50 -6 -46 -32 -4 -12 -29 -27 -6 -12 -42 -34 -6 -0 -12 -17 -17 -12 -21 -7 -0 -12 -9 -23 -37 -24 -28 -0 -0 -7 -20 -7 -10 -35 -49 -17 -7 -0

1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

H/A W/L CA .. L .. 7 A .. W . 20 A .. L . 13 A .. L .. 7 A .. L .. 6 A .. W . 34 A .. T .. 0 A .. W . 26 A .. L . 20 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 7 A .. L . 14 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 6 A .. L . 20 A .. L .. 0 A .. W . 23 A .. W . 29 A .. W . 13 A .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 7 A .. T .. 7 A .. W . 20 A .. W . 39 A .. W . 20 A .. L .. 6 A .. W . 19 A .. L . 13 A .. L .. 7 A .. W . 31 A .. W . 29 A .. W . 17 H .. W . 33 A .. W . 38 H .. W . 45 A .. W . 33 H .. L .. 8 A .. W . 28

P -13 -12 -23 -33 -14 -20 -0 -0 -22 -16 -34 -20 -20 -59 -26 -21 -14 -21 -6 -7 -14 -7 -6 -7 -7 -14 -7 -28 -18 -0 -22 -8 -0 -14 -28 -14 -10 -14

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

H/A W/L CH .. W . 32 A .. W . 41 H .. W . 24 A .. L . 22 H .. T . 28 A .. L . 21 H .. W . 31 A .. L .. 7 H .. W . 35 A .. W . 52 H .. W . 31 A .. L . 22 H .. W . 23 A .. L .. 7 H .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 6 H .. L . 21 A .. W . 17 H .. W . 19 A .. W . 20 H .. W . 21 A .. L . 13 H .. L .. 7 A .. L . 14 H .. L . 14 A .. L . 18 H .. W . 24 A .. W +20 H .. L . 21 A .. W . 20 H .. L . 15 A .. L . 14 H .. L .. 0 A .. L .. 7 H .. L . 14 A .. W . 16

P -31 -13 -20 -31 -28 -27 -13 -17 -17 -13 -9 -29 -0 -28 -24 -10 -31 -13 -6 -6 -15 -14 -14 -17 -18 -37 -21 -33 -35 -12 -45 -38 -31 -59 -20 -7

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Franklin Field

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Cornell vs. All Opponents �� 1887-2005 Opponent Albright Albany Alfred Allegheny Amherst Army

Games 2

BostonUniversity Bowdoin Brown Bucknell Buffalo

L 0

T 0

Cor. Pts. 88

Opp. Pts. 28

3 1 1 2

0 0 1 3

0 0 0 0

154 35 6 94

0 0 18 111

1982 1906 1895 1888 1898

1983 1906 2005 2005 1998

0 2 1 0 25 27 35 10 4 1

0 0 1 0 1

6 58 72 0 1,003 1,003 930 375 194 102

Canisius 1 CarlisleIndians 5 Carnegie Tech 3 Case Western 6 ChicagoUniversity 5 Chicago U.C. 2 Cincinnati 1 Clarkson Tech 5 Colgate 88 Columbia 93 CrescentAthleticClub 1

1925 1898 1916 1895 1899 1890 1983 1927 1896 1889 1894

1925 1914 1919 1935 1911 1891 1983 1931 2005 2005 1894

1 0 3 2 3 0 5 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 5 0 46 39 59 31 1 0

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 3 0

33 0 67 23 55 7 266 37 36 35 16 20 20 48 255 0 1,562 1,400 2,047 1,273 22 0

Dartmouth 89 DetroitAthleticClub 1 Dickinson 1

1900 1891 1892

2005 1891 1892

38 50 1 0 1 0

1 0 0

1,404 1,679 32 0 58 0

Fordham 6 Forty-SeventhInfantry 1 Franklin & Marshall 2

1909 1917 1904

1999 1917 1914

4 0 2

2 1 0

0 0 0

160 0 62

78 6 8

Geneva Georgetown Gettysburg

1 2 2

1926 2003 1893

1926 2005 1916

1 1 2

0 1 0

0 0 0

6 77 55

0 49 0

8 3 70 1 6 5

1898 1928 1890 1905 1902 1906

1908 1930 2005 1905 1930 1998

8 0 3 0 32 36 1 0 6 0 5 0

0 0 2 0 0 0

1

1923

1923

1

0

0

52

0

24 24

1888 1887

1997 2001

14 14

8 8

2 2

460 518

308 295

ManhattanAthleticClub 1 MIT 1 MassachusettsSt. 1 Merchant Marine 1 Michigan 18 Michigan State 1

1892 1892 1916 1982 1889 1926

1892 1892 1916 1982 1952 1926

1 1 1 1 12 1

0 0 0 0 6 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

16 44 37 34 379 24

0 12 0 0 254 14

Navy 10 New Hampshire 1 New York University 2 Niagara 13 Northeastern 1

1941 1922 1912 1906 1989

1962 1922 1948 1949 1989

1 1 2 13 0

9 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0

59 68 61 424 0

296 7 12 38 20

Oberlin Ohio State

15 2

1898 1939

1919 1940

13 2

1 0

1 0

324 44

61 21

Palmyra Penn State Penn Pittsburgh Princeton

1 14 112 6 88

1888 1895 1893 1905 1891

1888 1943 2005 1914 2005

1 0 8 4 43 64 4 2 32 54

0 2 5 0 2

Johns Hopkins Lafayette Lehigh

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2 1 53 45 6

Hamilton Hampden-Sydney Harvard Haverford Hobart Holy Cross

56

3 1 2 5

First Last Game Game 1922 1932 First Meeting 1903 1936 1911 1911 1890 1908 1907 1948

2006 FOOTBALL

186 0 105 18 1,091 1,295 57 0 225 0 129 44

26 0 187 104 1,603 2,058 90 37 1,245 1,715

First Game 1909 1953 1927 1889 1920

Last Game 1910 1954 1934 1921 1981

W 2 0 4 9 5

L 0 2 1 0 6

T 0 0 0 0 0

Cor. Pts. 40 27 135 417 204

Opp. Pts. 3 69 13 12 212

St. Bonaventure 9 St. Lawrence 3 Springfield 1 Stanford 1 StevensInstitute 2 Susquehanna 3 Swarthmore 3 SyracuseAthleticClub 1 Syracuse 33

1910 1933 1921 1991 1889 1923 1905 1892 1891

1928 1935 1921 1991 1891 1925 1907 1892 1958

7 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 0 2 1 1 0 22 11

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

342 68 14 6 110 255 46 16 696

25 19 0 56 4 0 14 0 341

Towson Trinity Tufts

2 3 3

2002 1890 1893

2004 1908 1897

1 3 2

1 0 1

0 0 0

45 91 33

52 6 12

Union U.S.N.T.S. (Sampson) U.S.S.B. (New London) Ursinus

9 2 1 2

1887 1943 1945 1913

1920 1944 1945 1914

8 2 1 2

1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

263 40 39 69

30 19 0 0

Vermont VirginiaTech

5 1

1900 1915

1910 1915

5 1

0 0

0 0

150 45

5 0

Wagner 1 Washington & Jefferson 4 Washington & Lee 1 Wesleyan 1 Williams 21

1999 1900 1915 1890 1888

1999 1912 1915 1890 1926

1 4 1 0 13

0 0 0 1 5

0 0 0 0 3

31 75 40 2 423

14 5 21 4 127

Yale

1889

2005

26 40

2

Opponent Rensselaer RiceInstitute Richmond Rochester Rutgers

Games 2 2 5 9 11

68

Note: 2006 opponents are indicated in bold. Total games: 1,074 Record: 600-440-34 Cornell points: 21,061 Opponent points: 15,397

Opponent Records Most games vs. one opponent: 112, vs. Penn Most wins vs. one opponent: 59, vs. Columbia Most losses vs. one opponent: 64, vs. Penn Most ties vs. one opponent: 5, vs. Penn Oldest series: Lehigh—1st game in 1887 and last game in 2001 Number of opponents: 87

1,036 1,367


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2005 Statistics * * * * * * *

DATE

OPPONENT

Sep 17 Sep 24 Oct 1 Oct 8 Oct 15 Oct 22 Oct 29 Nov 5 Nov 12 Nov 19

BUCKNELL at Yale at Colgate HARVARD GEORGETOWN BROWN at Princeton at Dartmouth COLUMBIA at Penn

SCORE W W W W W W

24-7 17-37 20-34 27-13 57-7 24-38 17-20 21-10 45-7 16-7

ATTEND 12,723 L 18,188 L 6,927 5,250 11,432 L 4,212 L-OT 9,315 5,017 4,727 6,933

* denotes conference game TEAM STATISTICS

Cornell

Opp

Scoring .................... 26.8 18.0 Points Per Game ............. 268 180 First Downs ................. 200 134 by Rushing-Passing-Penalty 131-59-10 55-67-12 Rushing Yards/Game ........ 248.6 88.3 Rushes .................... 570 360 Yards Gained .............. 2741 1169 Yards Lost ................. 255 286 Net Yards ................. 2486 883 Avg. Gain/Play .............. 4.4 2.5 TDs Rushing ................ 26 6 Passing Yards/Game ......... 115.5 173.0 Passes Att-Comp-Int ..... 207-111-8 251-125-10 Completion Percentage ....... .536 .498 Passing Yards .............. 1155 1730 Average Per Catch .......... 10.4 13.8 Passing Efficiency ......... 102.33 120.76 TDs Passing ................. 6 16 Total Offense/Game ......... 364.1 261.3 Total Offensive Plays/Yards 777/3641 611/2613 Avg. Gain/Play .............. 4.7 4.3 Punting Average ............ 36.4 36.3 Punts-Yards-Blocked ..... 54-1968-0 62-2252-1 Net Punting ............... 32.2 32.5 Punt Return Average .......... 7.6 8.1 Punts Returned-Yards ...... 31-236 28-227 Kick Return Average .......... 19.8 22.4 Kicks Returned-Yards ....... 35-693 44-984 Interceptions-Yards ......... 10-84 8-46 Fumbles-Lost ............... 13-7 23-10 Fumble Returns-Yards ....... 10-16 7-40 Penalties-Yards ............ 84-689 57-561 QB Sacks By-Yards ......... 22-145 17-133 3rd Down Conversions . 80-179 (45%) 55-148 (37%) 4th Down Conversions .. 13-22 (59%) 4-14 (29%) Time of Possession (Average) .. 33:27 26:33 Attendance-Average .... 38,344-7,669 46,380-9,276 Scoring

1

2

3

4

OT

Cornell Opponents

75 30

72 51

38 31

83 65

0 3

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TD

FGs

Att-Com-Int

— —

268 180

PAT 2-PT Def. Kick PAT PAT Sfty Pts

Ryan Kuhn ...... 12 0-0 0-0 A.J. Weitsman ... 014-16 30-30 Luke Siwula ..... 10 0-0 0-0 Shane Kilcoyne .. 3 0-0 0-0 Anthony Jackson 2 0-0 0-0 Joshua Johnston .. 2 0-0 0-0 Brian Romney ... 2 0-0 0-0 Anthony Macaluso 1 0-0 0-0 Cornell 32 14-16 30-30 Opponents 23 7-10 20-22 Passing

Tot

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 72 0 72 0 62 0 18 0 12 0 12 0 12 0 6 1 268 0 180

Pct.

Yds

TD

Eff.

Ryan Kuhn ..... 179-96-7 .536 Nathan Ford ... 25-14-0 .560 Nick Maxwell ..... 1-1-0 1.000 Brian Romney ..... 2-0-1 .000 Cornell 207-111-8 .536 Opponents 251-125-10 .498

1008 132 15 0 1155 1730

6 0 0 0 6 16

104.2 100.4 226.0 -100.0 102.3 120.8

Total Offense*

Plays Rush

Ryan Kuhn ....... 376 Luke Siwula ...... 252

2006 FOOTBALL

1003 1086

Pass Yards 1008 0

2011 1086

Avg 201.1 108.6

All-Purpose*

Rush Rec P R K O R INT Tot

Luke Siwula .... 1086 175 Ryan Kuhn ..... 1003 0 Anthony Jackson . 20 299

Rushing

0 0 5

0 0 676

Avg

0 1261 126.1 0 1003 100.3 0 1000 100.0

N o Yds

Michael Bolling . 52 Nick Maxwell .. 2 Cornell 54 Opponents 62

Avg

LG I20 50+ TB BLK

36.7 29.5 36.4 36.3

54 34 54 52

1909 59 1968 2252

Att Gain Loss Net Avg T D LG

Luke Siwula .... 252 Ryan Kuhn ..... 197 Joshua Johnston .. 32 Shane Kilcoyne .. 33 Anthony Macaluso 20 Brian Romney ... 7 Anthony Jackson 9 Nathan Ford ... 9 Brian Ostrowsky . 2 Andre Hardaway . 1 Zac Canty ...... 1 Jamie Germani .. 1 Cornell 570 Opponent 360

1116 30 1086 1167 164 1003 144 6 138 153 23 130 77 3 74 32 3 29 21 1 20 17 10 7 6 0 6 3 0 3 3 0 3 2 0 2 2741 255 2486 1169 286 883

Receiving

Rec

Yds

Avg

TD

LG

Brian Romney ....... 38 Anthony Jackson .... 25 Luke Siwula ......... 18 Tommy Bleymaier ..... 9 Chris Eckstein ......... 7 Joshua Johnston ....... 7 Troy Follmar .......... 2 Anthony Macaluso .... 2 Patrick Blakemore ..... 2 Shane Kilcoyne ....... 1 Cornell 111 Opponents 125

385 299 175 109 96 47 22 16 4 2 1155 1730

10.1 12.0 9.7 12.1 13.7 6.7 11.0 8.0 2.0 2.0 10.4 13.8

2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 16

31 41 37 23 32 21 15 13 4 2 41 90

4.3 8 28 5.1 12 57 4.3 2 16 3.9 3 41 3.7 1 18 4.1 0 11 2.2 0 6 0.8 0 9 3.0 0 4 3.0 0 3 3.0 0 3 2.0 0 2 4.4 26 57 2.5 6 21

Kickoff Returns No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Long

Anthony Jackson . 33 Brian Romey ...... 1 Chris Eckstein ...... 1 Cornell 35 Opponents 44

676 9 8 693 984

20.5 9.0 8.0 19.8 22.4

0 0 0 0 1

44 9 8 44 92

Punt Returns

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Long

Brian Romney .... 29 Doug Lempa ..... 1 Anthony Jackson .. 1 Cornell 31 Opponents 28

206 25 5 236 227

7.1 25.0 5.0 7.6 8.1

0 0 0 0 0

26 25 5 26 36

Int. Returns

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Long

Joel Sussman ...... 2 Kevin Rex ........ 2 Matt Grant ...... 2 Tim Bax ......... 1 Jason Cloyd ....... 1 Michael Boyd ..... 1 Doug Lempa ..... 1 Cornell 10 Opponents 8

39 5 0 20 20 0 0 84 46

19.5 2.5 0.0 20.0 20.0 0.0 0.0 8.4 5.8

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

24 5 0 20 20 0 0 24 24

Fumble Returns No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Long

Jason Cloyd ....... 2 Kevin Rex ........ 2 Ryan Kiscadden ... 1 Tim Bax ......... 1 Matt Darby ...... 1 Matt Grant ...... 1 Matt Pollock ....... 1 Luke Siwula ....... 1 Cornell 9 Opponents 7

0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 16 40

0.0 0.0 16.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.8 5.7

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 16 40

Field Goals

Punting

10-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Total LG

A.J. Weitsman ... 4-4

5-7

5-5

0-0 14-16

47

Cornell Opponents

5-7 4-5

5-5 1-2

0-0 14-16 0-0 7-10

47 43

4-4 2-3

Tackles

Solo Asst

Kevin Rex ....... 63 Joel Sussman ..... 31 Patrick Potts ...... 26 Michael Boyd .... 26 Ryan Kiscadden .. 18 Tim Bax ........ 25 Jonathan Lucas .. 22 Matt Pollock ...... 22 Matt Grant ..... 20 Jason Cloyd ...... 22 Jeff Hahn ........ 12 Doug Lempa .... 10 Jeff Dicks ........ 8 Scott Boone ...... 9 Marcel van Eeden . 7 Graham Rihn ..... 2 Ryan Blessing ..... 4 Colin Nash ....... 5 Patrick Blakemore .. 3 Anthony Jackson .. 3 Rich Trumka ....... 1 Matt Darby ...... 2 Stu Homan ....... 0 Jared Ison ....... 0 Anthony Macaluso . 2 Luke Siwula ....... 2 A.J. Weitsman ..... 2 Ryan Kuhn ........ 1 Lucas McCarthy ... 1 Michael Bolling .... 1 Jordan Calaguire ... 1 Brian FitzPatrick ... 1 Troy Follmar ....... 1 Nathan Ford ..... 1 Jamie Germani .... 1 Joshua Johnston .... 0 Shane Kilcoyne .... 0 JakeMerrill ....... 0

32 29 30 27 23 15 17 15 14 9 16 13 13 3 3 6 2 0 2 2 3 1 3 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

Tot 95 60 56 53 41 40 39 37 34 31 28 23 21 12 10 8 6 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

23 0 23 10

5 0 5 3

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1

TFL QB Sack No-Yds No-Yds 10.5-33 8.0-29 6.0-23 3.0-9 7.5-27 2.5-9 7.0-27 8.0-33 1.0-6 1.0-7 1.5-5 1.5-15 2.0-11 1.0-2 0-0 0.5-1 1.0-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2.0-15 2.5-15 3.0-18 1.0-6 3.0-13 0.5-4 4.0-23 1.5-15 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.5-15 2.0-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Interceptions (10): Rex 2, Grant 2, Sussman 2, Bax, Boyd, Cloyd, Lempa. Pass Break-ups (26): Cloyd 7, Boyd 4, Rex 4, Bax 2, Grant 2,Lucas2,Rihn2,Kiscadden,Pollock,Potts. Fumble Recoveries (10): Cloyd 2, Pollock 2, Rex 2, Bax, Darby, Kiscadden, Siwula. Caused Fumbles (10): Boone 2, Cloyd 2, Bax, Blakemore, Calaguire, Lucas, Potts, Sussman. Blocked Kicks (3): Cloyd, Kiscadden, Lempa. Special Teams Tackles: van Eeden 10, Bax 8, Rex 8, Cloyd 7,Blakemore5,Blessing4,A.Jackson4,Homan3,Kiscadden 3, Nash 3, Darby 2, Lempa 2, Lucas 2, Macaluso 2, Trumka 2,Weitsman2,Bolling,Boyd,Calaguire,Follmar,Germani, Hahn,Kilcoyne,McCarthy,Merrill,Siwula.

2005 FIELD GOAL SEQUENCE FG Sequence ...... Cornell .... Opponents Bucknell .............. (45) ....... 47, 37k Yale ............. (27), 36 .......... (26) Colgate .......... (42), (47) ...... (43), (36) Harvard .......... (38), (21) ........... — Georgetown ...... (38), (35) ........... — Brown ............... (37) .......... (25) Princeton ..... (46), (39), (25) ... 29, (32), (35) Dartmouth ............ — .......... (38) Columbia ............ (27) ........... — Penn ............. 36, (42) ........... — Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. Numbers with k indicate field goal was blocked.

Returning players in bold


2005 IN REVIEW/IVY LEAGUE GAME 1 Sept. 17, 2005

CORNELL 24, BUCKNELL 7 Schoellkopf Field

Senior quarterback Ryan Kuhn rushed for a career-high 151 yards and two touchdowns as Cornell raced out to a 24-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 24-7 win over Bucknell in front of 12,723 fans at Schoellkopf Field. Kuhn was joined by Luke Siwula in breaking the 100-yard barrier on the ground as the sophomore made his firstcareerstartcountwith102yards and a touchdown. The duo became thefirstpairofCornellianstobreak100 yards in the same game since 1995 when Chad Levitt (188 yards) and Terry Smith (148 yards) both hit the milestone. Kuhn added a 6-of-8 passing day for another 49 yards. In all, the Big Red rushing game accounted for 293 yards on 53 carries. Most of the damage was done in the decisive first half, as Cornell plowed through the Bison for 222 yards and all threescores. The Big Red defense picked right up where it left off in 2004, limiting the Bison to 195 yards of total offense on the afternoon, including just 38 yards intheair.DanteRoss,Bucknell’sallconference defensive back, rushed for ateam-best59yardson15carriesafter coming in as a quarterback for several series. Josh DeStefano also had 40 yards on 11 carries in the loss. The Big Red defense was outstanding againstBucknell’soptionattack,making ninetacklesforalossforatotalof31yards and forcing a turnover, as sophomore Doug Lempa picked off a pass after Ross was hit hard by junior Matt Grant.

GAME 2 Sept. 24, 2005

Bucknell Cornell

Ithaca, N.Y.

0 0 7 17

0 0

7 0

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7 24

1st Quarter C—Kuhn 16-yard run (Weitsman kick),11:34 2nd Quarter C—Weitsman 45-yard field goal, 6:53 C—Kuhn 8-yard run (Weitsman kick),6:33 C—Siwula 6-yard run (Weitsman kick),2:25

4th Quarter B—Simpson 28-yard pass from Ahern (Korn kick), 13:39 Team Stats Bucknell First downs 14 Rushes-yards 54-157 Passing yards 38 Passing A-C-I 11-4-1 Total plays-yards 65-195 Kick return yards 3-45 Punts-avg. 7-30.7 Fumbles-lost 4-0 Penalties-yards 4-27 3rd down con. 10-20 4th down con. 0-0 Time of possession 31:40

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Cornell Individual Stats

Rushing Att. Net Dante Ross ...... 15 59 Josh DeStefano ... 11 40 Kadero Watson .... 4 34 Peter Kaufman ..... 6 11 Ryan Ahern ...... 15 5

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 17 9 16 12 6

Rushing Att. Net Ryan Kuhn ....... 19 151 Luke Siwula ...... 24 102 Joshua Johnston .... 6 21 Brian Romney ..... 3 18 Anthony Jackson .... 1 1

TD Lg 2 23 1 13 0 8 0 8 0 1

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Ahern .... 6-3-0 27 Dante Ross .... 4-1-1 11 Josh DeStefano . 1-0-0 0

TD Lg 1 28 0 11 0 0

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Kuhn ..... 8-6-0 49

TD Lg 0 19

Receiving Rec Yds Richard Simpson ... 3 45 Josh DeStefano .... 1 -7

TD Lg 1 28 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds Luke Siwula ....... 4 18 Anthony Jackson .... 1 19 Brian Romney ..... 1 12

TD 0 0 0

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Ryan Korn .... 6 215 35.8 42 1 TEAM ....... 1 0 0.0 0 0

3rd Quarter no scoring

Cornell 17 53-293 49 8-6-0 61-342 1-18 4-41.5 2-2 7-55 5-11 0-0 28:20

YALE 37, CORNELL 17 New Haven, Conn.

3 0 9 14

0 14 7 7

— —

17 37

1st Quarter C—Weitsman 27-yard field goal, 10:23 Y—Feiereisen 34-yards pass from Mroz (Kimball kick failed), 9:07 Y—Kimball 26-yard field goal, 0:00 2nd Quarter Y—Wright 70-yard pass from Mroz (Kimballkick),9:48 Y—Feiereisen 18-yard pass from Mroz (Kimball kick), 8:05 3rd Quarter Y—Wright 9-yard pass from Mroz (Kimballkick),7:41 4th Quarter C—Siwula 12-yard run (Weitsman kick),12:17 Y—Wright 31-yard pass from Mroz (Kimballkick),7:43 C—Siwula 1-yard run (Weitsman kick),5:58 Team Stats Cornell Yale First downs 27 18 Rushes-yards 50-198 37-102 Passing 202 314 Passing A-C-I 41-19-3 31-18-1 Total plays-yards 91-400 68-416 Kick return yards 7-162 3-91 Punts-avg. 5-30.2 6-32.2 Fumbles-lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties-yards 11-75 9-106 3rd down con. 6-19 7-15 4th down con. 2-4 0-0 Time of possession 28:58 31:02

Field Goal Attempts Ryan Korn 2nd ... 9:58 .... 47-yards .. Missed 3rd ... 7:45 .... 37-yards .. Blocked

Lg 13 19 12

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Michael Bolling . 4 166 41.5 50 2 Field Goal Attempts A.J. Weitsman 2nd ... 6:53 .... 45-yards ... Good

Punt Returns: Brian Romney 2-41, Doug Lempa 1-25. KickoffReturns:Anthony Jackson 1-18. Tackle Leaders: Kevin Rex 12-4, Matt Punt Returns: Dante Ross 2-25. Pollock7-2,MichaelBoyd4-5,JefHahn3KickoffReturns:Dante Ross 3-45. 4. Tackle Leaders: Dorian Peterson 4-12, Sacks: Ryan Blessing 1-10. Stephen Collage 4-11, Ryan Slater 3-10, TacklesforLoss:Michael Boyd 2-3, Kevin JuliusHopson4-3. Rex 2-3, Ryan Blessing 1-10, Jason Cloyd Sacks: None. 1-7, Matt Pollock 1-5, Scott Boone 1-2, TacklesforLoss:Dorian Peterson 0.5-2, Ryan Kiscadden 1-1. BrandonBailey0.5-1. Interceptions: Doug Lempa 1-0. Interceptions: None. Fumble Recoveries: None. Fumble Recoveries: Julius Hopson 1-40, Forced Fumbles: Jamie Germani, Scott Dorian Peterson 1-0. Boone. Forced Fumbles: Julius Hopson. Pass Breakups: Patrick Potts, Kevin Rex. Pass Breakups: Julius Hopson. Blocked Kicks: Jason Cloyd (FG), Doug Blocked Kicks: None. Lempa (punt).

Cornell Individual Stats

Yale Individual Stats

Rushing Att. Net Luke Siwula ...... 23 132 Ryan Kuhn ....... 16 23 Joshua Johnston .... 1 16 Brian Romney ..... 1 11 Nathan Ford ...... 5 6 Anthony Jackson .... 2 5 Andre Hardaway ... 1 3 Anthony Macaluso .. 1 2

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 16 7 16 11 9 5 3 2

Rushing Att. Net Mike McLeod ..... 22 66 Jordan Spence ..... 9 52 Leslie Wright ...... 1 0 Jeff Mroz ......... 4 -15 TEAM ........... 1 -1

TD Lg 0 14 0 21 0 0 0 2 0 0

Passing A-C-I Yds Jeff Mroz .... 31-18-1 314

TD Lg 5 70

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Kuhn .... 23-9-3 90 Nathan Ford . 17-10-0 112

TD Lg 0 16 0 37

Receiving Rec Yds Anthony Jackson .... 5 48 Brian Romney ..... 5 38 Luke Siwula ....... 2 46 Chris Eckstein ...... 2 28 Tom Bleymaier ..... 2 19 Anthony Macaluso .. 2 16 Joshua Johnston .... 1 7

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds Leslie Wright ...... 7 198 Feiereisen ........ 2 52 Denny-Brown ...... 2 20 Craig ............ 2 18 Johnson .......... 2 7 Shooter .......... 1 9 Jordan Spence ..... 1 5 Mike McLeod ...... 1 5

TD 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 21 10 37 16 14 13 7

Lg 70 34 12 14 4 9 5 5

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Leslie Wright .. 6 193 32.2 39 1

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Michael Bolling . 5 151 30.2 43 3

Field Goal Attempts Alan Kimball 1st ... 0:00 .... 26-yards ... Good

Field Goal Attempts A.J. Weitsman 1st ... 10:23 ... 27-yards ... Good 2nd ... 2:28 .... 36-yards .. Missed

Punt Returns: Denny-Brown 2-8. KickoffReturns:MikeMcLeod2-55,DennyBrown 1-36. Tackle Leaders: Brandon Dyches 7-1, Andrew Butler 2-6, Mike Holben 7-0, Matt Handlon6-1,KirkPorter3-4. Sacks: Brandon Etheridge 1-10, Brandon Dyches 1-8, Steve Schmalhofer 1-4. Tacklesforloss:KyleHawari1-10,Brandon Etheridge1-10,BrandonDyches1-8,Steve Schmalhofer 1-4 , Brandt Hollander 1-1, Andrew Ralph 1-1, Steve Morse 0.5-1. Interceptions: Chris Barry 1-24, Lee Driftmeier1-0,NickSolakian1-0. Passbreakups:LarryAbare,MattHandlon, KyleHawari.

Punt Returns: Brian Romney 3-17. KickoffReturns:Anthony Jackson7-162. Tackle Leaders: Kevin Rex 8-2, Patrick Potts 5-1, Joel Sussman 5-0, Tim Bax 3-2. Sacks:MattPollock1-13,JoelSussman1-1. Tackles for Loss:Joel Sussman 3-4, Kevin Rex2-2,MattPollock1-13,PatrickPotts12, Ryan Kiscadden 0.5-1 Jonathan Lucas 0.5-1. Interceptions: Kevin Rex 1-0. Pass Breakups: Tim Bax, Kevin Rex.

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Jeff Mroz passed for five touchdowns, including three to Ashley Wright, as Yale won its home opener with a 37-17 victory over Cornell on Saturday afternoon at the Yale Bowl. Mroz became the first Yale quarterback to throw five touchdowns since 1966 in going 18-of-31 for 314 yards. He was also picked off once. The Big Red defense limited Yale to 2.8 yards per carry on the afternoon and held another good running back to under 100 yards rushing, but it was not enough to stop the Bulldog offense. Wright hauled in seven passes for 198 yards and three of Mroz’s scores, including a 70-yard touchdown grab. Tailback Mike McLeod was limited to 66 yards on 22 carries in the win after going over 100 yards in his collegiate debut. Cornell was led by Luke Siwula, who ran for 132 yards on 23 carries and scored two times, while Nathan Ford made his collegiate debut in the second half and tossed for 112 yards on 10-of-17 passing. Ryan Kuhn rushed for 23 yards and passed for 90 in the loss.TheCornelloffenserippedoff400 yardsoftotaloffense,including198on the ground. Cornell’s defense was led by Kevin Rex’s 10 tackles and two stops for a loss,whileJoelSussmanhadfivetackles, including three for a loss and a quarterback sack. Rex added an interception.

Bucknell Individual Stats

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2005 IN REVIEW/IVY LEAGUE GAME 3

COLGATE 34, CORNELL 20

Oct. 1, 2005

Andy Kerr Stadium

Colgate opened up a close game with two fourth-quarter scores to down a game Cornell squad 34-20 at Andy Kerr Stadium. The Raiders’ homecoming crowd of 6,927 saw a breakout gamebyfreshmantailbackJordanScott, who rushed for 153 yards in the win. Scott became the first running back to record 100 yards rushing in Cornell head coach Jim Knowles’ 13 games in charge of the defense, but it was Colgate’sairattackthatdidintheBig Red. Mike Saraceno completed 16-of32 passes for 224 yards and a careerbest three touchdowns in the win. Kenny Parker caught two of the scores. Sophomore running back Luke SiwulajoinedCornellgreatEdMarinaro astheonlyBigRedplayerstorecordat least100yardsineachoftheirfirstthree varsitystarts,registeringacareer-best 165 yards to go along with one touchdown. Quarterback Ryan Kuhn added 68 yards on the ground and 68 more in the air. Senior place-kicker A.J. Weitsman booted two field goals in the loss, including a career-long 47-yard effort. Leading the Big Red defense was senior Kevin Rex, who notched 15 tackles and a sack. Classmates Joel SussmanandPatrickPottsalsorecorded 10 tackles each. Cornell Colgate

6 7 0 17

GAME 4

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Oct. 8, 2005

60

7 0 3 14

— —

20 34

1st Quarter Cor—Weitsman 42-yard field goal, 9:18 Cor—Weitsman 47-yard field goal, 6:09 2nd Quarter Col—Parker 7-yard pass from Saraceno (Rava kick), 12:25 Col—Rava 43-yard field goal, 8:01 Cor—Johnston 2-yard run (Weitsman kick), 1:05 Col—Parker 11-yard pass from Saraceno(Ravakick),0:03 3rd Quarter Cor—Siwula 1-yard run (Weitsman kick),11:32 Col—Rava 36-yard field goal, 6:13 4th Quarter Col—Long 39-yard pass from Saraceno (Rava kick),12:32 Col—Saraceno 3-yard run (Rava kick), 6:38

Cornell Individual Stats

Colgate Individual Stats

Rushing Att. Net Luke Siwula ...... 20 165 Ryan Kuhn ....... 12 68 Joshua Johnston .... 3 5 Brian Romney ..... 1 -3 Nathan Ford ...... 1 -5 Shane Kilcoyne ..... 1 -7

TD Lg 1 24 0 13 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Kuhn .... 18-9-1 68 Nathan Ford ... 7-3-0 11 Brian Romney .. 1-0-1 0

TD Lg 0 23 0 6 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds Anthony Jackson .... 4 29 Brian Romney ..... 3 15 Tom Bleymaier ..... 2 24 Joshua Johnston .... 2 5 Chris Eckstein ...... 1 6

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 17 11 23 5 6

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Michael Bolling . 6 204 34.0 41 3 Field Goal Attempts A.J. Weitsman 1st ... 9:18 .... 42-yards ... Good 1st ... 6:09 .... 47-yards ... Good

Rushing Att. Net Jordan Scott ...... 42 153 Ben Evans ........ 6 27 Mike Saraceno ..... 5 16 TEAM ........... 1 -2

TD 0 0 1 0

Lg 21 27 14 0

Passing A-C-I Yds Mike Saraceno 32-16-0 224

TD Lg 3 39

Receiving Rec Yds Erik Burke ........ 4 83 Kenny Parker ...... 4 44 DeWayne Long .... 3 60 B. Dillingham ...... 3 22 Ben Evans ........ 1 10 Jordan Scott ....... 1 5

TD 0 2 1 0 0 0

Lg 33 13 39 14 10 5

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Jason Sutton .. 5 166 33.2 40 0 Field Goal Attempts Mike Rava 2nd ... 8:01 .... 43-yards ... Good 3rd ... 6:13 .... 36-yards ... Good

Punt Returns: Brian Romney 3-(-1). KickoffReturns:Anthony Jackson6-129. Tackle Leaders: Kevin Rex 12-3, Joel Sussman 7-3, Patrick Potts 2-8. Sacks: Kevin Rex 1-8. Tackles for Loss: Kevin Rex 1-8, Joel Sussman 1-3, Patrick Potts 1-2. Interceptions: None. Fumble Recoveries: None. Forced Fumbles: None. Pass Breakups: Matt Pollock. Blocked Kicks: None.

Punt Returns: Geoff Bean 2-22. Kickoff Returns: Geoff Bean 2-76, David Morgan 1-30. Tackle Leaders: Geoff Bean 4-6, Zach Dollar 6-3, Andrew Moore 3-5. Sacks: Chris Petrone 1-5. TacklesforLoss:Chris Petrone 2-5, Josh Wurst 1-5, Andrew Moore 1-4, Jared Nepa 1-4, Cody Williams 1-3, Zach Dollar 1-2, Chris WIlliams 1-2, Tom Cassano 1-1. Interceptions: Jared Nepa 1-10, Chris Williams1-4. Fumble Recoveries: None. Forced Fumbles: None. Pass Breakups: David Wesley. Blocked Kicks: None.

Harvard Individual Stats

Cornell Individual Stats

Rushing Att. Net Liam O’Hagan .... 21 87 Clifton Dawson ... 24 39 Neil Sherlock ...... 1 3 Richard Irvin ....... 2 2

TD Lg 1 16 1 10 0 3 0 5

Rushing Att. Net Luke Siwula ...... 23 89 Ryan Kuhn ....... 16 47 Anthony Jackson .... 5 14 Joshua Johnston .... 1 0

TD Lg 1 28 1 17 0 6 0 0

13 27

Passing A-C-I Yds Liam O’Hagan 24-13-3 95 Richard Irvin .... 1-0-0 0

TD Lg 0 16 0 0

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Kuhn .... 19-9-2 106

TD Lg 1 31

2nd Quarter C—Siwula 28-yard run (Weitsman kick),8:43 C—Weitsman 38-yard field goal, 7:12

Receiving Rec Yds Matt Lagace ...... 5 41 Danny Brown ...... 2 11 Neil Sherlock ...... 2 -3 Kelly Widman ...... 1 14 Alex Breaux ....... 1 13 Clifton Dawson .... 1 11 Charles Baakel ..... 1 8

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds Brian Romney ..... 5 76 Tom Bleymaier ..... 2 21 Joshua Johnston .... 1 8 Luke Siwula ....... 1 1

TD Lg 1 31 0 20 0 8 0 1

Team Stats Cornell Colgate First downs 17 24 Rushes-yards 38-223 54-194 Passing yards 79 224 Passing A-C-I 26-12-2 32-16-0 Total plays-yards 64-302 86-418 Kick return yards 6-129 3-106 Punts-avg. 6-34.0 5-33.2 Fumbles-lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-yards 3-21 1-5 3rd down con. 6-15 13-22 4th down con. 0-1 1-2 Time of possession 24:31 35:29

CORNELL 27, NO. 20 HARVARD 13 Schoellkopf Field

TheCornelldefensedominatedearly and an opportunistic offense took advantage of five Harvard turnovers to knock off then No. 20 Crimson 27-13 at Schoellkopf Field. The win snapped a nine-game win streak in Ivy play for the Crimson and gave the Big Red its first-ever win over a Top 25 team since joining Division I-AA in 1982. Cornell shut out the high-powered Crimsonoffenseforthefirst51:25and limitedAll-AmericarunningbackClifton Dawson to a career-low 39 yards on 24 carries.LinebackerJoelSussmanwasall overthefieldfortheBigRed,makinga game-high18tackles,includingtwofor a loss (-7 yards). Defensive end Ryan Kiscaddenadded10tackles,1.5tackles for a loss, a sack and also blocked an extra-pointinthewin. Theoffensewasefficient,astherunning game pounded out 148 yards and thepassingattackaccountedforanother 106 yards. Quarterback Ryan Kuhn had 47 yards rushing and a touchdown and alsotossedforanotherscorewhilegoing 9-of-19. Wide receiver Brian Romney wasthemainrecipientofKuhn’spasses, catching five balls for 76 yards and a touchdown. Tailback Luke Siwula fell justshortofhisfourthconsecutive100yardrushingday,butstillhad89yards and a touchdown. Harvard was led offensively by Liam O’Hagan, who rushed for 87 yards and a touchdown and threw for 95 yards on 13-of-24 attempts, but was intercepted three times. Defensively,Harvardgot16tackles,

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Hamilton, N.Y.

Ithaca, N.Y.

including 2.5 for a loss, from Ryan Tully. Keith Howell posted 10 tackles, while Michael Berg had nine and also forced a fumble. Harvard Cornell

0 0 7 10

0 13 0 10

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1st Quarter C—Romney 21-yards pass from Kuhn (Weitsman kick), 13:24

3rd Quarter No scoring 4th Quarter C—Weitsman 21-yard field goal, 12:34 H—Dawson 1-yard run (Schindel kick),8:35 C—Kuhn 6-yard run (Weitsman kick),4:35 H—O’Hagan 4-yard run (Schindel kick blocked), 0:53 Team Stats Harvard First downs 13 Rushes-yards 48-131 Passing 95 Passing A-C-I 25-13-3 Total plays-yards 73-226 Kick return yards 5-77 Punts-avg. 8-32.8 Fumbles-lost 3-2 Penalties-yards 4-34 3rd down con. 6-18 4th down con. 2-3 Time of possession 31:22

Cornell 13 46-148 106 19-9-2 65-254 2-58 6-40.7 2-2 7-61 7-15 0-0 28:38

Lg 16 6 2 14 13 11 8

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Mike King .... 7 228 32.6 46 1 Clem McDavid . 1 34 34.0 34 0 Field Goal Attempts None Punt Returns: Steve Williams 2-(-1). KickoffReturns:NeilSherlock4-70,Steve Williams1-7. TackleLeaders:RyanTully8-8,KeithHowell 5-5, Michael Berg 4-5, Matt Thomas 1-6. Sacks:Brad Bagdis 1-10, Adam Miller 1-5, Matt Thomas 1-4. Tackles for Loss: Ryan Tully 2.5-4, Matt Thomas 1.5-7, Keith Howell 1.5-4, Brad Bagdis1-10,EricSchultz1-1,AdamMiller0.55,MichaelBerg0.5-1,ErikGrimm0.5-1. Interceptions: Robert Balkema 1-3, Doug Hewlett1-0. Fumble Recoveries: Matt Thomas, Wainwright Wint. Forced Fumbles: Michael Berg. Pass Breakups: Andrew Berry.

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Michael Bolling . 6 244 40.7 53 2 Field Goal Attempts A.J. Weitsman 2nd ... 7:12 .... 38-yards ... Good 4th ... 12:34 ... 21-yards ... Good Punt Returns: Brian Romney 4-32. KickoffReturns:Anthony Jackson 2-58. Tackle Leaders: Joel Sussman 8-10, Ryan Kiscadden2-8,KevinRex3-6,MichaelBoyd 4-3,JeffDicks3-3,JonathanLucas2-4. Sacks: Doug Lempa 1-9, Ryan Kiscadden 1-3, Matt Pollock 1-2, Jeff Dicks 1-2, Jonathan Lucas 1-1. Tackles for Loss: Ryan Kiscadden 1.5-7, Joel Sussman 1.5-7, Doug Lempa 1-9, Kevin Rex 1-2, Jeff Dicks 0.5-2, Matt Pollock 0.5-2, Jeff Hahn 0.5-1, Jonathan Lucas0.5-1. Interceptions: Jason Cloyd 1-20, Kevin Rex 1-5, Michael Boyd 1-0. Fumble Recoveries: Tim Bax, Matt Darby. ForcedFumbles:PatrickBlakemore,Jason Cloyd. Pass Breakups: Matt Grant. Blocked Kicks: Ryan Kiscadden.


2005 IN REVIEW/IVY LEAGUE GAME 5 Oct. 15, 2005

CORNELL 57, GEORGETOWN 7 Schoellkopf Field

The Cornell defense limited Georgetown to 86 total yards and the Big Red offense piled up 323 yards on the ground in a dominating 57-7 Homecoming victory over the Hoyas at SchoellkopfField. The team’s 57 points were the most since posting 57 in a 37-point win over Columbia in 1970. The 50-point margin of victory was the most since a 540 win over the Lions in 1949, while the rushing yardage total was the most since posting 356 vs. Yale in 1995. It wasthefirsttimetheBigRedlimitedan opponent to 100 yards or less of total offense since limiting Yale to exactly 100 yards in the 1988 meeting. It was also the first win on Homecoming for Cornell since 2000. The Big Red defense was dominant allafternoon,allowingjust23yardson 29 rushing attempts and also forced three fumbles. The defense also held Georgetown to 1-of-11 on third downs and 0-of-2 on fourth-down attempts. Senior quarterback Ryan Kuhn rushed for 85 yards and three touchdowns, while going 8-of-10 passing for 79 yards and another score. Senior Joshua Johnston had a season-high 88 yards and became Cornell’s 25th 1,000-yardrusher. The offense was efficient and dominatedtheball,particularlyinthesecond half, holding the ball for 23:04 in the second half and for 40:48 in the game. It also was dominant in the red zone,scoringonalleightopportunities inthecontest.

GAME 6 Oct. 22, 2005

Ithaca, N.Y.

Georgetown 0 0 Cornell 17 12

7 0 7 21

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7 57

1st Quarter C—Weitsman 38-yard field goal, 10:16 C—Kuhn 10-yard run (Weitsman kick),8:44 C—A. Jackson 16-yard pass from Kuhn (Weitsman kick), 3:12 2nd Quarter C—Kuhn 1-yard run (Weitsman kick),12:25 C—SAFETY, 10:20 C—Weitsman 35-yard field goal, 0:25 3rd Quarter C—Kuhn5-yardrun(Weitsmankick),3:23 C—Beacher 23-yard pass from Hostetler(Scoffernkick),3:08 4th Quarter C—Kilcoyne 2-yard run (Weitsman kick),14:13 C—Johnston 2-yard run (Weitsman kick),11:04 C—Kilcoyne 3-yard run (Weitsman kick),3:30 Team Stats Georgetown First downs 5 Rushes-yards 29-23 Passing 63 Passing A-C-I 13-5-0 Total plays-yards 42-86 Kick return yards 7-20.6 Punts-avg. 5-36.4 Fumbles-lost 4-3 Penalties-yards 5-115 3rd down con. 1-11 4th down con. 0-2 Time of possession 19:12

Cornell 22 71-323 88 11-9-0 82-411 2-8.5 3-31.3 2-0 10-80 8-18 4-4 40:48

BROWN 38, CORNELL 24 Schoellkopf Field

Brown Cornell

Ithaca, N.Y.

7 7

3 3

7 21 7 7

— —

38 24

1st Quarter C—Kuhn 4-yard run (Weitsman kick),12:39 B—Schreck 24-yard pass from DiGiacomo (Morgan kick), 4:25 2nd Quarter C—Weitsman 37-yard field goal, 14:55 B—Morgan 25-yard field goal, 11:29 3rd Quarter C—Kuhn1-yardrun(Weitsmankick),2:47 B—Markey92-yardkickoff return (Morgan kick),2:33 4th Quarter C—Siwula 3-yard run (Weitsman kick),13:07 B—Schreck 85-yard pass from DiGiacomo (Morgan kick), 12:42 B—Hartigan 5-yard run (Morgan kick),7:19 B—Hartigan 10-yard run (Morgan kick),5:01 Team Stats Brown Cornell First downs 13 23 Rushes-yards 37-125 63-314 Passing 224 147 Passing A-C-I 16-9-1 26-15-0 Total plays-yards 53-349 89-461 Kick return yards 5-222 6-109 Punts-avg. 5-39.2 6-37.2 Fumbles-lost 1-1 3-2 Penalties-yards 5-50 11-76 3rd down con. 4-11 7-19 4th down con. 0-1 2-4 Time of possession 24:28 35:32

Cornell Individual Stats

Rushing Att. Net Marcus Slayton ... 18 49 Adrian Ashford ..... 2 4 Justin Tillman ...... 3 -5 Ben Hostetler ...... 4 -7 TEAM ........... 2 -18

TD Lg 0 8 0 3 0 3 0 6 0 0

Passing A-C-I Yds B. Hostetler ... 13-5-0 63

TD Lg 0 23

Rushing Att. Net Joshua Johnston ... 18 88 Ryan Kuhn ....... 17 85 Shane Kilcoyne .... 10 70 Anthony Macaluso .. 8 40 Luke Siwula ...... 15 34 Zac Canty ........ 1 3 Nathan Ford ...... 2 3

TD 1 3 2 0 0 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds Marcus Slayton .... 2 23 Steve Ekechuku .... 2 17 Harrison Beacher ... 1 23

TD 0 0 1

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Kuhn .... 10-8-0 79 Nathan Ford ... 1-1-0 9

TD Lg 1 21 0 9

Receiving Rec Yds Joshua Johnston .... 2 22 Anthony Jackson .... 2 22 Brian Romney ..... 2 18 Luke Siwula ....... 1 17 Tom Bleymaier ..... 1 9 Patrick Blakemore ... 1 0

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0

Lg 18 11 23

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Eric Bjonerud .. 2 88 44.0 52 0 Brad Scoffern .. 3 94 31.3 32 0 Field Goal Attempts None

Lg 12 21 41 18 7 3 2

Lg 21 16 11 17 9 0

Punt Returns: Brian Tandy 1-0. KickoffReturns:Kenny Mitchell 4-103, M. Shotwell3-41. TackleLeaders:Maurice Banks 11-1, Jason Carter8-4,SheldonEpps6-3,JasonAbrams 6-2. Sacks:Michael Ononibaku 1-12. TacklesforLoss:JasonCarter2-3,Michael Ononibaku 1-12, Mehdi Hassan 0.5-1, ChrisPaulus0.5-1. Forced Fumbles: Maurice Banks. Pass Breakups: Brian Tandy.

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Michael Bolling . 3 94 31.3 39 2

Brown Individual Stats

Cornell Individual Stats

Field Goal Attempts A.J. Weitsman 1st ... 10:16 ... 38-yards ... Good 2nd ... 0:25 .... 35-yards ... Good Punt Returns: Brian Romney 2-6, Anthony Jackson1-5. KickoffReturns:Anthony Jackson 2-17. TackleLeaders:MichaelBoyd4-1,threewith4. Sacks:MichaelBoyd1-6,JonathanLucas1-6. TacklesforLoss:JonathanLucas2-7,Michael Boyd 1-6, Matt Grant 1-6, Ryan Kiscadden 1-4,MattPollock1-3,KevinRex1-1. FumbleRecoveries:RyanKiscadden,Kevin Rex, Luke Siwula. Forced Fumbles: Jonathan Lucas, Joel Sussman. PassBreakups:JasonCloyd,JonathanLucas.

Rushing Att. Net Nick Hartigan ..... 29 119 Efren Blackledge .... 2 9 Brandon Markey .... 3 1 Joe DiGiacomo ..... 2 -2 TEAM ........... 1 -2

TD Lg 2 20 0 13 0 1 0 2 0 0

Rushing Att. Net Luke Siwula ...... 32 162 Ryan Kuhn ....... 26 143 Joshua Johnston .... 3 8 Brian Romney ..... 1 1 Anthony Jackson .... 1 0

TD Lg 1 19 2 57 0 6 0 1 0 0

Passing A-C-I Yds Joe DiGiacomo . 16-9-1 224

TD Lg 2 85

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Kuhn ... 26-15-0 147

TD Lg 0 25

Receiving Rec Yds Jarret Schreck ...... 3 136 Lonnie Hill ........ 3 50 David Turner ...... 1 14 Brandon Markey .... 1 14 Efren Blackledge .... 1 10

TD 2 0 0 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds Brian Romney ..... 7 68 Anthony Jackson .... 4 38 Tom Bleymaier ..... 1 23 Troy Follmar ....... 1 7 Luke Siwula ....... 1 6 Joshua Johnston .... 1 5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 85 26 14 14 10

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Steve Morgan . 5 196 39.2 52 4 Field Goal Attempts Steve Morgan 2nd ... 11:29 ... 25-yards ... Good Punt Returns: Brandon Markey 3-48. Kickoff Returns: Brandon Markey 5-119, NkosiStill0-103. Tackle Leaders: Zak DeOssie 5-13, Jose Yearwood 7-5, Tim Cotter 6-5, James Frazier5-5,JamieGasparella4-6. Sacks:Kai Brown 1-11, Steven Storrs 1-5. TacklesforLoss:Steven Storrs 1.5-6, Zak DeOssie 1.5-3, Kai Brown 1-11, James Frazier1-1,JamieGasparella1-1. Interceptions: None. Fumble Recoveries: Greg Burlin, Nkosi Still. Forced Fumbles: Brian Czekanski, Steven Storrs. Pass Breakups: Pat Curran, Jamie Gasparella,DavidTurner,JoseYearwood. Blocked Kicks: None.

Lg 25 19 23 7 6 5

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Michael Bolling . 6 223 37.2 43 3 Field Goal Attempts A.J. Weitsman 2nd ... 14:55 ... 37-yards ... Good Punt Returns: Brian Romney 2-4. Kickoff Returns: Anthony Jackson 6-109. Tackle Leaders: Kevin Rex 5-6, Michael Boyd 1-8, Patrick Potts 3-5, Joel Sussman 1-6. Sacks: None. Tackles for Loss: Jeff Hahn 1-4, Ryan Kiscadden1-4,JonathanLucas1-2,Patrick Potts1-1. Interceptions: Matt Grant 1-0. Fumble Recoveries: Jason Cloyd. Forced Fumbles: Jason Cloyd. Pass Breakups: Jason Cloyd 2, Kevin Rex 2. Blocked Kicks: None.

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TheCornellfootballteamfellvictim to outstanding special teams play by Brown, and despite dominating the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball, dropped a 38-24 decision to the BearsatSchoellkopfField. Brownspecialteamsposted222yards onfivekickreturns,aschoolrecord,and had a 92-yard touchdown by Brandon MarkeyastheBearsaveraged44.4yards perreturnontheafternoon.NkosiStill had103yardsonthreereturns,allafter hand-offs by Markey. The Cornell offense drove Brown off theballallday,pilingup314yardson63 carries,nearlymatchingBrown’stotal offense for the afternoon (349 yards). Both sophomore Luke Siwula (162 yards, one touchdown) and senior quarterback Ryan Kuhn (143 yards, two touchdowns) surpassed the 100-yard mark and combined for 305 yards. Kuhn also was 15-of-26 passing for 147 yards. Cornelldominatedthetimeofpossession(35:32-24:28),butthatwaspartly duetotheshortfieldBrownhadtowork with. Seven of Brown’s possessions startedonCornell’sendofthefield. ThedefensealsodidasolidjobonAllAmerica running back Nick Hartigan, limitingthenation’sleadingrushermore than 40 yards under his average. Quarterback Joe DiGiacomo threw for 224 yards and two touchdowns, including an85-yardscoringpasstoJarretSchreck inthefourthquartertotiethegameat 24-24. DiGiacomo completed 9-of-16 passes, including three to Schreck for 136 yards and two touchdowns.

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2005 IN REVIEW/IVY LEAGUE GAME 7 Oct. 29, 2005

PRINCETON 20, CORNELL 17 (OT) Princeton Stadium

Derek Javarone’s Ivy League record 42ndcareerfieldgoal,a35-yardeffortin thefirstovertime,liftedPrincetontoa2017victoryoverCornellatPrincetonStadium. The game saw the Big Red rally froma14-0first-halfdeficittotakea fourth-quarterleadbeforeJavaronekicked thegame-tyingandwinningfieldgoals. Javarone booted a 32-yard field goal with 2:18 left in regulation to tie the contest at 17-17, then watched as the BigRedgotintofieldgoalrange,onlyto have an intentional grounding call on thirddownstallCornell’sgame-winning scoring drive attempt. Princeton then wonthetosstostartovertimeandchose to go on defense. After a pair of short gainers, Ryan Kuhn was intercepted by TimStricklandatthe4-yardlinetoendthe drive.AfterPrincetoncouldonlypickup sevenyardsonitsthreeplays,Javarone’s kickwastrue,givingtheTigersthehardfoughtvictory. A.J.Weitsmanbootedthreefieldgoals, includinga46-yardefforttogetCornell ontheboardinthesecondquarter.Kuhn was 12-of-28 for 152 yards and a touchdown and also ran for a game-high 75 yardsintheloss.LukeSiwulaendedthe afternoon with 71 yards on 22 carries andalsocaughtthreepassesfor39yards and the Big Red’s lone touchdown. On defense, Kevin Rex had 12 tackles. Princeton’sJeffTerrellwas13-of-27 passing for 190 yards and a touchdown, with five passes going to Jon Dekker for 71 yards and a score. Abi Fadeyi had a game-high 14 tackles, includingthreeforalossandtwosacks.

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0 7

6 7

0 11 0 — 17 0 3 3 — 20

1st Quarter P—Dekker 11-yard pass from Terrell (Javarone kick), 5:42 2nd Quarter P—Toresco 1-yard run (Javarone kick),12:37 C—Weitsman 46-yard field goal, 4:56 C—Weitsman 39-yard field goal, 0:32 3rd Quarter No Scoring 4th Quarter C—Weitsman 25-yard field goal, 14:09 C—Siwula 6-yard pass from Kuhn (Siwula rush), 10:32 P—Javarone 32-yard field goal, 2:18 B—Hartigan 10-yard run (Morgan kick),5:01 Overtime P—Javarone 35-yard field goal Team Stats Cornell Princeton First downs 19 15 Rushes-yards 48-150 42-118 Passing 167 190 Passing A-C-I 29-13-1 27-13-0 Total plays-yards 77-317 69-308 Kick return yards 4-52 3-51 Punts-avg. 7-28.4 5-37.0 Fumbles-lost 0-0 5-1 Penalties-yards 8-53 9-55 3rd down con. 5-18 6-16 4th down con. 1-2 1-2 Time of possession 32:24 27:36

CORNELL 21, DARTMOUTH 10 Memorial Field

Cornell snapped a three-game road losing streak by dominating both lines of scrimmage and grinding out a 21-10 win over Dartmouth at Memorial Field. The Big Red rushed for 282 yards as a team while holding the Big Green to -1 yards on the ground to even its record at 4-4. For the third time this season, the tandem of quarterback Ryan Kuhn (136 yards, two touchdowns) and running back Luke Siwula (130 yards, one touchdown) surpassed the 100-yard barrier in the same game and accounted for all three of the team’s touchdowns. Kuhn was also 9-of14 passing for 87 yards. The defense posted 12 plays of negative yards and forcedapairoffirst-halfturnovers.Cornell registered a season-high seven sacks and held an opponent to negative yardage for the first time since 1986 when Columbia tallied-5yards. Tim Bax, Patrick Potts and Kevin Rex each had 10 tackles, while Bax added two tacklesforaloss,includingasack,andhad an interception. Potts had a pair of sacks, as did Jonathan Lucas and Ryan Kiscadden. Joel Sussman had a sack and an interception in the win. Dartmouth was led by impressive performances from quarterback Josh Cohen, who tossed for 312 yards, including a 90yard touchdown pass to Jason Raiti for his team’s only score, and defensive lineman Anthony Gargiulo, who had 10 tackles, including five behind the line of scrimmage. Raiti posted 151 yards receiving on eight catches in the loss. The Big Red struggled to put the game away despite dominating statistically. It wasn’t until Kuhn found the end zone from 15 yards out with 5:30 to play that the Big Red could feel comfortable with the advantage.

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Cornell 7 Dartmouth 0

Hanover, N.H.

7 3

0 7

7 — 21 0 — 10

1st Quarter C—Siwula 1-yard run (Weitsman kick),10:14 2nd Quarter D—Hinterbichler 38-yard field goal, 11:11 C—Kuhn 1-yard run (Weitsman kick),0:53 3rd Quarter D—Raiti 90-yard pass from Cohen (Hinterbichlerkick),1:22 4th Quarter C—Kuhn 15-yard run (Weitsman kick),5:30 Team Stats Cornell Dart. First downs 21 15 Rushes-yards 65-282 20-(-1) Passing 87 312 Passing A-C-I 14-9-0 43-24-2 Total plays-yards 79-369 63-311 Kick return yards 3-43 3-36 Punts-avg. 6-43.8 5-35.4 Fumbles-lost 1-1 1-0 Penalties-yards 13-115 13-86 3rd down con. 12-21 4-14 4th down con. 1-3 0-3 Time of possession 34:02 25:58

Cornell Individual Stats

Princeton Individual Stats

Rushing Att. Net Ryan Kuhn ....... 22 75 Luke Siwula ...... 22 71 Anthony Macaluso .. 2 3 Shane Kilcoyne ..... 2 1

TD Lg 0 12 0 12 0 4 0 1

Rushing Att. Net Rob Toresco ...... 14 42 Cleo Kirkland ...... 9 32 JeffTerrell ....... 16 30 Greg Fields ....... 3 14

TD Lg 1 8 0 9 0 13 0 13

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Kuhn ... 28-12-1 152 Nick Maxwell ... 1-1-0 15

TD Lg 1 41 0 15

Passing A-C-I Yds JeffTerrell ... 27-13-0 190

TD Lg 1 39

Receiving Rec Yds Brian Romney ..... 6 62 Luke Siwula ....... 3 39 Anthony Jackson .... 1 41 Troy Follmar ....... 1 15 Chris Eckstein ...... 1 6 Patrick Blakemore ... 1 4

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds Jon Dekker ........ 5 71 Brian Brigham ..... 3 66 Greg Fields ....... 2 42 Brian Shields ...... 1 5 Chris Gueits ....... 1 4 Rob Toresco ....... 1 2

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 15 18 41 15 6 4

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Michael Bolling . 6 174 29.0 38 2 Nick Maxwell .. 1 25 25.0 25 0 Field Goal Attempts A.J. Weitsman 2nd ... 4:56 .... 46-yards ... Good 2nd ... 0:32 .... 39-yards ... Good 4th ... 14:09 ... 25-yards ... Good

Lg 22 26 39 5 4 2

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 C. McDonough 5 185 37.0 43 1 Field Goal Attempts Derek Javarone 2nd ... 0:00 .... 29-yards .. Missed 4th ... 2:18 .... 32-yards ... Good 1OT .. 15:00 ... 35-yards ... Good

Punt Returns: Greg Fields 3-15. Kickoff Returns: Jay McCareins 3-51. TackleLeaders:AbiFadeyi7-7,JustinStull Punt Returns: Brian Romney 2-14. Kickoff Returns: Anthony Jackson 2-35, 6-7,BrigWalker4-4,KevinKelleher 3-5 Sacks: Abi Fadeyi 2-19, Brig Walker 1-6. Brian Romney 1-9, Chris Eckstein 1-8. Tackle Leaders: Kevin Rex 9-3, Tim Bax Tackles for Loss: Abi Fadeyi 3-20, Brig 5-3,PatrickPotts4-4,JoelSussman3-4. Walker1-6. Sacks: Jonathan Lucas 1-10, Kevin Rex 1- Interceptions:TimStrickland1-5. Pass Breakups: JJ Artis, Jay McCareins, 7. TacklesforLoss:KevinRex2-14,Jonathan TimStrickland. Lucas 1-10, Tim Bax 1-2, Matt Pollock 12. Fumble Recoveries: Jason Cloyd. Forced Fumbles: Tim Bax, Patrick Potts. Pass Breakups: Michael Boyd 4, Jason Cloyd.

Cornell Individual Stats

Dartmouth Individual Stats

Rushing Att. Net Ryan Kuhn ....... 20 136 Luke Siwula ...... 37 130 Shane Kilcoyne ..... 5 20 Anthony Macaluso .. 1 4 TEAM ........... 2 -8

TD Lg 2 22 1 14 0 8 0 4 0 0

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Kuhn .... 14-9-0 87

TD Lg 0 32

Receiving Rec Yds Brian Romney ..... 4 42 Anthony Jackson .... 3 42 Luke Siwula ....... 2 3

TD Lg 0 25 0 32 0 4

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Michael Bolling . 6 263 43.8 54 2 Field Goal Attempts None Punt Returns: Brian Romney 2-0. Kickoff Returns: Anthony Jackson 3-43. TackleLeaders:TimBax6-4,PatrickPotts 3-7, Kevin Rex 4-6, Michael Boyd 4-3. Sacks:PatrickPotts2-10,RyanKiscadden 2-7, Jonathan Lucas 2-6, Joel Sussman 15, Tim Bax 1-4, Jeff Dicks 1-4. Tackles for Loss:Patrick Potts 2-10, Tim Bax 2-7, Ryan Kiscadden 2-7, Jonathan Lucas2-6,JoelSussman1-5,JeffDicks14, Kevin Rex 1-1, Graham Rihn 1-1. Fumble Recoveries: None. Forced Fumbles: None. Interceptions:TimBax1-20,JoelSussman 1-15. Pass Breakups: Tim Bax, Jason Cloyd.

Rushing Att. Net Milan Williams ..... 4 19 IkechiOgbonna ..... 8 14 Josh Cohen ....... 8 -34

TD Lg 0 14 0 5 0 2

Passing A-C-I Yds Josh Cohen .. 43-24-2 312

TD Lg 1 90

Receiving Rec Yds Jason Raiti ........ 8 151 Ryan Fuselier ...... 6 51 Brian Evans ....... 5 80 Milan Williams ..... 3 16 Mark Brogna ...... 1 7 Sam Seiberling ..... 1 7

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 90 11 29 6 7 7

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 E. Hinterbichler . 5 177 35.4 42 0 Field Goal Attempts ErikHinterbichler 2nd ... 11:11 ... 38-yards ... Good Punt Returns: Steve Jensen 4-43. KickoffReturns:SteveJensen2-32,Milan Williams1-4. Tackle Leaders: Joe Gibalski 7-9, Ian Wilson 7-7, Josh Dooley 5-9, Anthony Gargiulo3-7. Sacks: Anthony Gargiulo 1-3. Tackles for Loss: Anthony Gargiulo 5-13, JoshDooley2-2,MikeRabil1-3,JoeGilaski 1-1,MikeRibero1-1,RyanTaylor1-1,Ian Wilson1-1. Fumble Recoveries: Ian Wilson. Forced Fumbles: None. Interceptions: None. Pass Breakups: Mike Ribero 2, Ian Wilson.


2005 IN REVIEW/IVY LEAGUE GAME 9 Nov. 12, 2005

CORNELL 45, COLUMBIA 7 Schoellkopf Field

Cornellscoredonitsfirstfourdrivesand for the second consecutive week dominated both lines of scrimmage in a 45-7 SeniorDaywinoverColumbiaatSchoellkopf Field. The Big Red dominated in nearly every category,controllingtheclockforanamazing 44:07 and gaining 24 first downs to just sixfortheLions.TheBigRedalsoconverted its third-down chances, going 17-of-25, while getting the Columbia offense off the field by holding it on 7-of-8 third downs. The Big Red offense held the ball for 23:45 in the second half. In an ironic twist, Ryan Kuhn officially joined the late, great Gary Wood ’64 atop the school’s quarterback rushing list with his career-high 175 yards. Kuhn’s total pushed him to 903 yards on the ground this season, setting a single-season school record for a quarterback on “Gary Wood Day.” Kuhn scored a touchdown and hit on 11-of-17 passes for 124 yards and two scores. Luke Siwula also moved into the Cornell record book with his 117 yards on the ground, helping him secure the school’s 10th 1,000-yard season. He ended the afternoon with 1,002 yards. Siwula scored once on the ground and added a team-high four catches for 45 yards and another touchdown. The defense didn’t need to spend much time on the field, as Columbia ran just 34 offensive plays as compared to Cornell’s 93. When it was on the field, it was all over the place. The Big Red recorded four quarterbacksacks,recoveredthreefumbles and intercepted a pass and made seven totaltacklesinthebackfield. Wide receiver Brandon Bowser was the headliner offensively for Columbia, making three grabs for 98 yards and a 56-yard touchdown. Quarterbacks Craig Hormann and Joe Winters combined to go 7-of-17 for 154 yards with Winters finding Bowser for the lone score.

Columbia 0 7 Cornell 21 10

0 7

0 — 7 7 — 45

1st Quarter C—Siwula 4-yard run (Weitsman kick),10:10 C—Romney 7-yard pass from Kuhn (Weitsman kick), 8:02 C—Kilcoyne 19-yard run (Weitsman kick),3:43 2nd Quarter C—Siwula 11-yard pass from Kuhn (Weitsman kick), 14:55 C—Weitsman 27-yard field goal, 0:37 Col—Bowser 56-yard pass from Winters (Rocholl kick), 0:22 3rd Quarter C—Macaluso 3-yard run (Weitsman kick),6:31 4th Quarter C—Kuhn 4-yard run (Weitsman kick),2:42 Team Stats Columbia Cornell First downs 6 24 Rushes-yards 17-1 76-369 Passing 154 124 Passing A-C-I 17-7-1 17-11-0 Total plays-yards 34-155 93-493 Kick return yards 8-141 2-34 Punts-avg. 7-43.9 4-40.0 Fumbles-lost 3-3 1-0 Penalties-yards 3-25 6-50 3rd down con. 1-8 17-25 4th down con. 0-0 2-2 Time of possession 15:53 44:07

GAME 10 Nov. 19, 2005

Ithaca, N.Y.

CORNELL 16, PENN 7

Cornell Individual Stats

Rushing Att. Net James Cobb ....... 7 17 Jordan E. Davis ..... 5 10 Alex Ehrhart ....... 1 5 Joe Winters ....... 1 -9 Craig Hormann .... 3 -22

TD Lg 0 13 0 12 0 5 0 0 0 0

Passing A-C-I Yds Joe Winters .... 8-3-1 98 Craig Hormann . 9-4-0 56

TD Lg 1 56 0 34

Rushing Att. Net Ryan Kuhn ....... 24 175 Luke Siwula ...... 30 117 Shane Kilcoyne ..... 9 43 Anthony Macaluso .. 7 23 Brian Ostrowsky .... 2 6 Nathan Ford ...... 1 3 Jamie Germani ..... 1 2 Brian Romney ..... 1 2

TD 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

Receiving Rec Yds Brandon Bowser .... 3 98 Nick DeGasperis ... 3 48 Pete Chromiak ..... 1 8

TD Lg 1 56 0 34 0 8

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Kuhn ... 17-11-0 124

TD Lg 2 32

Receiving Rec Yds Luke Siwula ....... 4 45 Brian Romney ..... 3 14 Chris Eckstein ...... 2 46 Tom Bleymaier ..... 1 13 Anthony Jackson .... 3 42

TD 1 1 0 0 0

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Jon Rocholl .... 7 307 43.9 50 1 Field Goal Attempts None Punt Returns: Tad Crawford 4-50. Kickoff Returns: Prosper Nwokocha 4103, Nick DeGasperis 2-23, Corey Cameron 1-14. Tackle Leaders: Bayo Aregbe 9-2, Tad Crawford 7-3, Adam Brekke 8-1, Dan Daylamani 7-1. Sacks: Mike Brune 1-6. Tackles for Loss: Keenan Shaw 2-6, Mike Brune 1-6, Troy McHenry 1-4, Uche Osadebe 1-1. Fumble Recoveries: None. Forced Fumbles: None. Interceptions: None. Pass Breakups: Chad Musgrove, Prosper Nwokocha.

Cornell Individual Stats

Passing A-C-I Yds Ryan Kuhn .... 16-8-0 106

TD Lg 1 24

3rd Quarter C—Weitsman 42-yard field goal, 6:43 C—Jackson 11-yard pass from Kuhn (Weitsman kick), 6:43

Receiving Rec Yds Anthony Jackson .... 4 54 Brian Romney ..... 2 40 Chris Eckstein ...... 1 10 Shane Kilcoyne ..... 1 2

TD 1 0 0 0

4th Quarter C—Kuhn 5-yard run (run failed), 11:43

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Michael Bolling . 7 264 37.7 46 3

Team Stats Cornell Penn First downs 17 11 Rushes-yards 60-186 22-33 Passing 106 116 Passing A-C-I 16-8-0 36-16-1 Total plays-yards 76-292 58-149 Kick return yards 2-71 4-71 Punts-avg. 7-37.7 9-41.0 Fumbles-lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties-yards 8-103 4-58 3rd down con. 7-18 3-13 4th down con. 1-2 0-1 Time of possession 36:57 23:03

Field Goal Attempts A.J. Weitsman 2nd ... 4:07 .... 36-yards .. Missed 3rd ... 6:43 .... 42-yards ... Good

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6 — 16 0 — 7

1st Quarter P—Carre 17-yard pass from McDermott (Zoch kick), 4:07 2nd Quarter No Scoring

Lg 14 7 32 13 32

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Michael Bolling . 3 126 42.0 51 1 Nick Maxwell .. 1 34 34.0 34 0 Field Goal Attempts A.J. Weitsman 2nd ... 0:37 .... 27-yards ... Good Punt Returns: Brian Romney 6-66. Kickoff Returns: Anthony Jackson 2-34. Tackle Leaders: Kevin Rex 5-0, Matt Pollock 4-0, Doug Lempa 2-2. Sacks: Joel Sussman 1-9, Patrick Potts 18, Doug Lempa 1-6, Jeff Dicks 1-5, Ryan Kiscadden1-3. TacklesforLoss:MattPollock3-7,JoelSussman 1-9,PatrickPotts1-8,RyanKiscadden1-3, DougLempa0.5-6,JeffDicks0.5-5. Fumble Recoveries: Matt Grant, Matt Pollock,KevinRex. Forced Fumbles: Scott Boone. Interceptions: Matt Grant 1-0.

Lg 24 23 10 2

Punt Returns: Brian Romney 3-27. Kickoff Returns: Anthony Jackson 2-71. Tackle Leaders: Jason Cloyd 7-2, Tim Bax 4-3, Joel Sussman 3-2, Doug Lempa 3-2. Sacks: None. TacklesforLoss:KevinRex1-3,JoelSussman 1-1, Jonathan Lucas 0.5-1, Matt Pollock 0.5-1. Fumble Recoveries: None. Forced Fumbles: None. Blocked Kicks: None. Interceptions: Joel Sussman 1-24.

Rushing Att. Net Sam Mathews .... 11 16 Nick Okoro ....... 2 10 Joe Sandberg ...... 8 8 Pat McDermott .... 1 -1

TD Lg 0 6 0 7 0 4 0 0

Passing A-C-I Yds Pat McDermott 36-16-1 116

TD Lg 1 17

Receiving Rec Yds Dan McDonald .... 5 42 Nick Okoro ....... 4 22 Matt Carre ....... 2 32 Chris Mizell ....... 1 12 Ryan Pisarri ....... 1 8 Joe Sandberg ...... 1 6 Sam Mathews ..... 1 0 Pat McDermott .... 1 -6

TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 11 8 17 12 8 6 0 0

Punting Att Yds Avg Lg I20 Sam Melillo ... 9 369 41.0 51 1 Field Goal Attempts None Punt Returns: Adam Francks 5-17. Kickoff Returns: Greg Ambrogi 3-53, Nick Okoro 1-18. Tackle Leaders: Ric San Doval 4-14, Kory Gedin5-8,DougMiddleton3-5,JimMalizia 4-3. Sacks: Brian Fairbanks 1-10, Naheem Harris1-8,JimMalizia1-6. TacklesforLoss:Brian Fairbanks 2-12, JJ Stanton 2-8, Naheem Harris 1.5-9, Jim Malizia 1-6, Michael Johns 1-1, Mark Herman 0.5-1. Fumble Recoveries: None. Forced Fumbles: None. Blocked Kicks: None. Interceptions: None.

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TD Lg 1 19 0 14 0 7 0 2 0 0

Cornell Penn

Lg 46 14 19 8 4 3 2 2

Penn Individual Stats

Rushing Att. Net Ryan Kuhn ....... 25 100 Luke Siwula ...... 26 84 Shane Kilcoyne ..... 6 3 Anthony Macaluso .. 1 2 TEAM ........... 2 -3

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The Big Red defense did the job again, limitingPennto149yardsoftotaloffense, including 33 yards on the ground, in snapping a five-game losing streak to Penn with a16-7winatFranklinField.Thevictorywas the 600th in program history, making Cornellthe10thDivisionI-AAschooltohit that mark. The win also ended the Big Red’s season at 6-4 (4-3 Ivy), a two-game improvement over a season ago. Quarterback Ryan Kuhn ran for 97 yards and a touchdown, reaching the 1,000-yard mark for the season. He became the first Big Red quarterback to reach the century mark and joined Luke Siwula in breaking 1,000 yards. They became the first set of Cornell teammates to each pass the milestone, and just the second teammates in the Ivy League to do that. Siwula ran for 84 yards on 26 carries, ending his season with 1,086 yards. Kuhn was 8-of-16 for 106 yards and a score through the air. Placekicker A.J. Weitsman kicked his 14th field goal of the year, establishing a school record,butsawhisschool-recordstreakof 11 consecutive makes end in the second quarter. The running game, facing the fifth-best rush defense in the country in Penn, rushed for 186 yards, more than double the Quakers’ average and held the ball for just under 37 minutes, including for more than 20 minutes in the second half. Jason Cloyd had nine tackles to lead the defense, while Joel Sussman had five tackles, including one for a loss, and also intercepted a pass. Quarterback Pat McDermott was 16of-36 for 116 yards, including a touchdown to Matt Carre. Sam Mathews led the Penn ground game with 16 yards on 11 carries. Ric San Doval (18 tackles) and Kory Gedin (13 tackles) led the Quaker defense, which held Cornell to 3.8 yards per play. The defensesruledthefirsthalf,asPenncould muster just 94 yards, while Cornell was held to 111 yards of total offense.

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2005 IN REVIEW/IVY LEAGUE 2005 IVY LEAGUE STANDINGS Standings Brown Princeton Cornell Harvard Yale Penn Dartmouth Columbia

LEAGUE W-L Pct. 6-1 .857 5-2 .714 4-3 .571 5-2 .714 4-3 .571 3-4 .429 1-6 .167 0-7 .000

OVERALL W-L Pct. 9-1 .900 7-3 .700 6-4 .600 7-3 .700 4-6 .400 5-5 .500 2-8 .200 2-8 .200

2005 All-Ivy Offense First Team Jarrett Schreck (Sr., Brown) Ashley Wright (Jr., Yale) Jon Dekker (Sr., Princeton) *Kevin Boothe (Sr., Cornell) Will Johnson (Sr., Harvard) Brian Lapham (Sr., Harvard) Ed McCarthy (Jr., Yale) Alex Jury (Sr., Brown) Ryan Kuhn (Sr., Cornell) *Nick Hartigan (Sr., Brown) *Clifton Dawson (Jr., Harvard) Luke Siwula (So., Cornell) Steve Morgan (So., Brown)

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2005 All-Ivy Defense First Team Pos. *Anthony Gargiulo (Sr., Dartmouth) DL Pat Curran (Sr., Brown) DL Matt Pollock (Sr., Cornell) DL Mike Berg (Jr., Harvard) DL Zak DeOssie (Jr., Brown) LB Justin Stull (Sr., Princeton) LB Matt Thomas (Sr., Harvard) LB Ric San Doval (Sr., Penn) LB *Jay McCareins (Sr., Princeton) DB *Jamie Gasparella (Sr., Brown) DB Kevin Rex (Sr., Cornell) DB Michael Johns (Sr., Penn) DB *Colin McDonough (Jr., Princeton) P

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* = unanimous selection Second Team Jim Malizia (Sr., Penn) Jonathan Lucas (Jr., Cornell) Brandon Dyches (Sr., Yale) Naheem Harris (So., Penn) Josh Dooley (Sr., Dartmouth) Abi Fadeyi (Sr., Princeton) James Frazier (Sr., Brown) Joel Sussman (Sr., Cornell) Prosper Nwokocha (Sr., Columbia) Steve Jensen (Sr., Dartmouth) Robert Balkema (Sr., Harvard) Tad Crawford (Jr., Columbia) Anthony Melillo (So., Penn)

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Honorable Mention Defense Linemen — Brad Bagdis (So., Harvard); Brian Fairbanks (Jr., Penn); Brandt Hollander (So., Yale); Uche Osadebe (Jr., Columbia); Andrew Ralpha (Sr., Yale); Steve Storrs (Sr., Brown). Linebackers — Lee Driftmeier (Sr., Yale); Kory Gedin (Jr., Penn); Patrick Potts (Sr., Cornell); Ryan Tully (Jr.,Harvard). Secondary — Matt Handlon (Sr., Yale); Doug Hewlett (So., Harvard); Mike Ribero (Sr., Dartmouth); Tim Strickland (Jr., Princeton); Scott Williams (Jr., Penn); Ian Wilson (So., Dartmouth). Punter — Jon Rocholl (Fr., Columbia).

Rookie of the Year Mike McLeod, Yale (Fr., RB)

Year 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

* = unanimous selection Second Team Todd Feiereisen (Sr., Yale) Brandon Bowser (Sr., Columbia) Ryan Fuselier (Sr., Dartmouth) David Turner (Sr., Brown) Ben Brielmaier (Sr., Princeton) Paul Lyons (Sr., Princeton) Noori Abdul-Ghani (Sr., Brown) Alex Doty (Jr., Brown) Marko Grzan (Jr., Penn) Jeff Mroz (Sr., Yale) Mike McLeod (Fr., Yale) Carson Brennan (Sr., Brown) Joe Sandberg (Jr., Penn) Derek Javarone (Sr., Princeton)

Honorable Mention Offense Wide Receiver — Lonnie Hill (Jr., Brown); Jason Raiti (Sr., Dartmouth); Brian Romney (Sr., Cornell); Ryan Tyler (Sr., Harvard). Tight End — Kelly Widman (Jr., Harvard); Chris Mizell (Jr., Penn). Linemen — Brett Crandell (Jr., Yale); Sean Estrada (Jr., Penn); Eric Miller (Jr., Cornell); Don Snyder (Sr., Penn); Ted Sonnenberg (Jr., Cornell); Dave Szelingowski (Sr., Princeton). Quarterbacks — Joe DiGiacomo (Jr., Brown); Liam O’Hagan (So., Harvard). Kicker — A.J. Weitsman (Sr., Cornell).

Player of the Year *Nick Hartigan, Brown (Sr., RB)

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Team ................ Record Yale ................... 7-0-0 Princeton ............... 6-1-0 Dartmouth ............. 6-1-0 Penn .................. 6-1-0 Yale ................... 7-0-0 Columbia .............. 6-1-0 Harvard ................ 6-1-0 Dartmouth ............. 7-0-0 Dartmouth ............. 5-2-0 Princeton ............... 5-2-0 Princeton ............... 7-0-0 Dartmouth ............. 7-0-0 Dartmouth ............. 6-1-0 Harvard ................ 6-1-0 Princeton ............... 6-1-0 Yale ................... 7-0-0 Yale ................... 6-0-1 Harvard ................ 6-0-1 Dartmouth ............. 6-1-0 Yale ................... 6-1-0 Princeton ............... 6-1-0 Dartmouth ............. 7-0-0 Cornell ................ 6-1-0 Dartmouth ............. 6-1-0 Dartmouth ............. 5-1-1 Dartmouth ............. 6-1-0 Harvard ................ 6-1-0 Yale ................... 6-1-0 Harvard ................ 6-1-0 Brown ................. 6-1-0 Yale ................... 6-1-0 Yale ................... 6-1-0 Dartmouth ............. 6-1-0 Yale ................... 6-1-0 Yale ................... 6-1-0 Dartmouth ............. 6-1-0 Yale ................... 6-1-0 Harvard ................ 5-2-0 Penn .................. 5-2-0 Dartmouth ............. 5-2-0 Harvard ................ 5-1-1 Penn .................. 5-1-1 Penn .................. 7-0-0 Penn .................. 6-1-0 Penn .................. 7-0-0 Harvard ................ 6-1-0 Cornell ................ 6-1-0 Penn .................. 6-1-0 Princeton ............... 6-1-0 Yale ................... 6-1-0 Cornell ................ 6-1-0 Dartmouth ............. 6-1-0 Dartmouth ............. 6-0-1 Dartmouth ............. 6-1-0 Princeton ............... 6-1-0 Penn .................. 7-0-0 Penn .................. 7-0-0 Princeton ............... 5-1-1 Dartmouth ............. 7-0-0 Harvard ................ 7-0-0 Penn .................. 6-1-0 Brown ................. 6-1-0 Yale ................... 6-1-0 Penn .................. 6-1-0 Harvard ................ 7-0-0 Penn .................. 7-0-0 Penn .................. 7-0-0 Harvard ................ 7-0-0 Brown ................. 7-0-0


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G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

TD 45 41 34 32 28 31 15 12

XP 44 27 28 30 25 27 12 11

2XP 0 5 2 1 1 0 1 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

FG 18 9 11 14 16 5 6 11

Saf 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0

Pts 368 310 269 268 245 228 126 116

Avg 36.8 31.0 26.9 26.8 24.5 22.8 12.6 11.6

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G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

TD 20 23 27 25 29 27 33 42

XP 17 21 20 19 25 24 32 40

2XP 1 0 1 3 2 1 0 0

DXP 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

FG 8 7 6 10 5 12 10 15

Saf 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Pts 163 180 204 207 218 224 260 337

Avg 16.3 18.0 20.4 20.7 21.8 22.4 26.0 33.7

PASS OFFENSE Yale Harvard Dartmouth Columbia Penn Brown Princeton Cornell

G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Att 368 295 347 357 334 250 268 207

Cmp 217 176 191 190 166 128 147 111

Int 14 16 19 12 16 9 13 8

Pct. .590 .597 .550 .532 .497 .512 .549 .536

Yards 2,497 2,245 2,022 2,004 1,993 1,899 1,821 1,155

Avg. 6.8 7.6 5.8 5.6 6.0 7.6 6.8 5.6

T D Yds/G 22 249.7 17 224.5 10 202.2 10 200.4 16 199.3 16 189.9 10 182.1 6 115.5

PASS DEFENSE Dartmouth Cornell Princeton Columbia Brown Yale Penn Harvard

G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Att 275 251 296 257 309 332 306 359

Cmp 160 125 143 146 165 187 170 179

Int 13 10 19 8 13 16 8 18

Pct. .582 .498 .483 .568 .534 .563 .556 .499

Yds 1,618 1,730 1,819 1,833 1,870 1,915 1,950 2,189

Avg. 5.9 6.9 6.1 7.1 6.1 5.8 6.4 6.1

TD 10 16 12 12 13 12 20 13

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G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Att 570 439 472 401 347 353 253 283

Yards 2,486 2,193 1,825 1,668 1,249 1,249 464 400

Avg. 4.4 5.0 3.9 4.2 3.6 3.5 1.8 1.4

T D Yds/G 26 248.6 26 219.3 20 182.5 14 166.8 13 124.9 9 124.9 1 46.4 4 40.0

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G Rush 10 360 10 344 10 381 10 356 10 394 10 464 10 384 10 484

Yards 883 917 1,080 1,157 1,528 1,689 1,697 2,363

Avg. 2.5 2.7 2.8 3.2 3.9 3.6 4.4 4.9

T D Yds/G 6 88.3 12 91.7 7 108.0 8 115.7 11 152.8 19 168.9 14 169.7 26 236.3

TOTAL OFFENSE Brown Harvard Yale Cornell Princeton Penn Columbia Dartmouth

G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Rush 2,193 1,825 1,249 2,486 1,668 1,249 464 400

Pass 1,899 2,245 2,497 1,155 1,821 1,993 2,004 2,022

Plays 689 767 721 777 669 681 610 630

Yards 4,092 4,070 3,746 3,641 3,489 3,242 2,468 2,422

Avg./P 5.9 5.3 5.2 4.7 5.2 4.8 4.0 3.8

TD 42 37 31 32 24 29 11 14

Yds/G 409.2 407.0 374.6 364.1 348.9 324.2 246.8 242.2

TOTAL DEFENSE Cornell Princeton Penn Harvard Dartmouth Yale Brown Columbia

G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Rush 883 1,157 1,080 917 1,689 1,528 1,697 2,363

Pass 1,730 1,819 1,950 2,189 1,618 1,915 1,870 1,833

Plays 611 652 687 703 739 726 693 741

Yards 2,613 2,976 3,030 3,106 3,307 3,443 3,567 4,196

Avg 4.3 4.6 4.4 4.4 4.5 4.7 5.1 5.7

TD 22 20 27 25 29 23 27 38

Yds/G 261.3 297.6 303.0 310.6 330.7 344.3 356.7 419.6

Yds/G 161.8 173.0 181.9 183.3 187.0 191.5 195.0 218.9

Ivy League Player of the Year The Asa S. Bushnell Cup is an annual award initiated in 1970 which honors Asa S. Bushnell, Princeton ‘21, and commissioner of the Eastern College Athletic Conference from 1938-70. The Bushnell Cup is presented by the Eastern Association of Intercollegiate Football Officials and is awarded by vote of the Ivy League’s eight head football coaches to that player in the league who displays outstanding qualities of leadership, competitive spirit, contribution to the team and accomplishments on thefield. 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Jim Chasey, QB, Dartmouth Ed Marinaro, RB, Cornell Ed Marinaro, RB, Cornell Dick Jauron, RB, Yale Jim Stoeckel, QB, Harvard Walt Snickenberger, RB, Princeton Doug Jackson, RB, Columbia John Pagliaro, RB, Yale John Pagliaro, RB, Yale Buddy Teevens, QB, Dartmouth Tim Tumpane, LB, Yale Kevin Czinger, MG, Yale Rich Diana, RB, Yale John Witkowski, QB, Columbia Derrick Harmon, RB, Cornell Tim Chambers, DB, Penn Tom Gilmore, DT, Penn Rich Comizio, RB, Penn Kelly Ryan, QB, Yale Jason Garrett, QB, Princeton Judd Garrett, RB, Princeton Shon Page, RB, Dartmouth Al Rosier, RB, Dartmouth Jay Fiedler, QB, Dartmouth KeithElias,RB,Princeton Pat Goodwillie, LB, Penn Dave Patterson, LB, Princeton Chad Levitt, RB, Cornell Sean Morey, WR, Brown Jim Finn, RB, Penn James Perry, QB, Brown Gavin Hoffman, QB, Penn Carl Morris, WR, Harvard Carl Morris, WR, Harvard Mike Mitchell, QB, Penn Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB, Harvard Nick Hartigan, RB, Brown

Ivy League Rookie of the Year Established in 1981 as the sophomore of the year, the name was changed in 1993 to reflect freshman eligibility. The award is determined by a vote of the eight head football coaches. Derrick Harmon, RB, Cornell Mike Caraviello, QB, Dartmouth Doug Butler, QB, Princeton Rich Comizio, RB, Penn Chris Flynn, RB, Penn Craig Morton, WR, Dartmouth Bryan Keys, RB, Penn Solomon Johnson, RB, Columbia John McNiff, RB, Cornell Matt Brzica, QB, Dartmouth Jay Fiedler, QB, Dartmouth Pat Goodwillie, LB, Penn Miles Macik, WR, Penn Eion Hu, RB, Harvard Sean Morey, WR, Brown Isaiah Kacyvenski, LB, Harvard Todd Tomich, DB/KR, Yale Johnathan Reese, RB, Columbia Chas Gessner, WR, Brown Dante Balestracci, LB, Harvard Steve Jensen, DB, Dartmouth Josh Dooley, LB, Dartmouth Ed McCarthy, OL, Yale Steve Morgan, PK/P, Brown Mike McLeod, RB, Yale

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PASS OFFENSE G Jeff Mroz, Yale 10 Liam O’Hagan, Harvard 10 Joshua Cohen, Dartmouth 8 Pat McDermott, Penn 9 Joe DiGiacomo, Brown 10

Att C m p Int 364 216 14 262 157 13 234 137 12 261 136 12 231 121 8

Avg. 5.5 4.4 4.3 5.1 3.6

Pct. .593 .599 .585 .521 .524

T D Yds/G 20 172.7 11 113.9 8 108.6 12 100.3 6 68.9

Yds 2,484 2,005 1,529 1,621 1,800

T D Yds/G 22 248.4 15 200.5 8 191.1 12 180.1 16 180.0

G 10 10 10 10 10

Rush -36 443 321 1,003 116

Pass 2,484 2,005 1,721 1,008 1,800

Plays 392 389 338 376 259

Yds 2,448 2,448 2,042 2,011 1,916

Yds/G 244.8 244.8 204.2 201.1 191.6

RECEIVING YDS/G Ashley Wright, Yale Jarret Schreck, Brown Todd Feiereisen, Yale Brandon Bowser, Yale Lonnie Hill, Brown

G 10 10 10 10 10

Rec. 61 34 55 44 33

Yds 795 781 762 684 563

TDs 10 7 7 7 5

YPC 13.0 23.0 13.9 15.5 17.1

Yds/G 79.5 78.1 76.2 68.4 56.3

ALL-PURPOSE Nick Hartigan, Brown Clifton Dawson, Harvard LukeSiwula,Cornell Mike McLeod, Yale Ryan Kuhn, Cornell

G 10 10 10 10 10

Rush 1,727 1,139 1,086 689 1,003

PASS EFFICIENCY Joe DiGiacomo, Brown Liam O’Hagan, Harvard Jeff Mroz, Yale JeffTerrell,Princeton Joshua Cohen, Dart.

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TOTAL OFFENSE Jeff Mroz, Yale Liam O’Hagan, Harvard JeffTerrell,Princeton Ryan Kuhn, Cornell Joe DiGiacomo, Brown

INTERCEPTIONS Jay McCareins, Princeton Jamie Gasparella, Brown Doug Hewlett, Harvard Nick Solakian, Yale Lee Driftmier, Yale

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Att 314 258 252 197 193

G 10 10 10 10 10 G 10 10 10 10 8

Rec 74 336 175 90 0 INT 9 7 5 5 5

PR 0 0 0 0 0 Yds 236 42 67 52 48

KR 0 139 0 445 0

Yds Yds/G 1,801 180.1 1,614 161.4 1,261 126.1 1,224 122.4 1,003 100.3

TD 2 0 0 0 0

INT/G 0.90 0.70 0.50 0.50 0.50

Att C m p INT Pct. Yds T D Eff 231 121 8 .524 1,800 16 133.8 262 157 13 .599 2,005 15 133.2 364 216 14 .593 2,484 22 128.9 253 139 13 .549 1,721 10 114.8 234 137 12 .585 1,529 8 114.5

PUNT RETURNS Brandon Markey, Brown Greg Fields, Princeton Jay McCareins, Princeton Brian Romney, Cornell Tad Crawford, Columbia

G 10 8 10 10 10

Ret 27 15 14 29 16

Yds 325 160 129 206 108

TD 1 0 3 0 0

Avg 12.0 10.7 9.2 7.1 6.8

KICKOFF RETURNS Jay McCareins, Princeton Prosper Nwokocha, Col. Anthony Jackson, Cornell Steve Jensen, Dartmouth Brandon Markey, Brown

G 10 10 10 10 10

Ret 20 38 33 27 15

Yds 456 821 676 552 305

TD 1 1 0 0 1

Avg 22.8 21.6 20.5 20.4 20.3

Yds 1,801 2,248 1,909 2,238 1,949

Avg 40.0 38.1 36.7 36.7 35.4

PUNTING Colin McDonough, Princeton Anthony Melillo, Penn MichaelBolling,Cornell Jon Rocholl, Columbia Erik Hinterbichler, Dartmouth

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Punts 45 59 52 61 55

SCORING Nick Hartigan, Brown Steve Morgan, Brown Clifton Dawson, Harvard Derek Javarone, Princeton Ryan Kuhn, Cornell A.J.Weitsman,Cornell

G 10 10 10 10 10 10

FIELD GOALS Steve Morgan, Brown Derek Javarone, Princeton A.J.Weitsman,Cornell Jon Rocholl, Columbia Derek Zoch, Penn

G 10 10 10 10 10

TD 21 0 14 0 12 0 FG 18 16 14 11 11

TACKLES G Pos Tad Crawford, Columbia 10 D B KevinRex,Cornell 10 S Josh Dooley, Dartmouth 10 LB Ian Wilson, Dartmouth 10 SS Ric San Doval, Penn 10 LB Lee Driftmier, Yale 10 S Joe Gibalski, Dartmouth 10 LB JustinStull,Princeton 10 LB James Frazier, Brown 10 LB Matt Handlon, Yale 10 D B Matt Thomas, Harvard 10 LB Abi Fadeyi, Princeton 10 LB JoelSussman,Cornell 9 LB Kory Gedin, Penn 10 LB Mike Holben, Yale 10 D B Ryan Tully, Harvard 10 LB Keenan Shaw, Columbia 10 D B Andrew Butler, Yale 10 D B Anthony Gargiulo, Dart. 10 DE Bayo Aregbe, Columbia 10 LB SACKS G Anthony Gargiulo, Dart. 10 Jim Malizia, Penn 10 Brandon Dyches, Yale 10 6 players tied with 5

XPT 0 44 0 25 0 30

Pos DE DL DE

UA 60 63 37 44 47 54 45 43 42 36 37 32 31 28 38 42 38 44 30 30

FG 0 18 0 16 0 14

FGA 23 18 16 15 17 A 51 32 57 46 43 35 42 43 38 38 32 36 29 37 25 19 23 16 28 28 UA 5 5 5

Pct. 78.3 88.9 87.5 73.3 64.7

TOT 111 95 94 90 90 89 87 86 80 74 69 68 60 65 63 61 61 60 58 58 A 2 2 1

TACKLES FOR LOSS Anthony Gargiulo, Dartmouth Ryan Tully, Harvard Josh Dooley, Dartmouth Zak DeOssie, Brown

G 10 10 10 7

TFL 17 13.5 12.5 12

FUMBLES FORCED Scott Williams, Penn Ian Wilson, Dartmouth Scott Mullenax, Brown Steven Storrs, Brown Frank Nuzzo, Brown

G 10 10 8 9 9

FF 3 3 2 2 2

FUMBLES RECOVERED Lee Driftmier, Yale Matt Thomas, Harvard Ric San Doval, Penn Ryan Taylor, Dartmouth Greg Burlin, Brown

G 10 10 10 8 9

FR 3 3 3 2 2

PASSES DEFENDED Jay McCareins, Princeton Jamie Gasparella, Brown Michael Johns, Penn J.J.Artis,Penn Steve Jensen, Dartmouth Tim Strickland, Princeton Prosper Nwokocha, Columbia

G 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Brup 11 8 12 9 8 6 8

Pts 126 98 86 73 72 72

AVG/G 11.1 9.5 9.4 9.0 9.0 8.9 8.7 8.6 8.0 7.4 6.9 6.8 6.7 6.5 6.3 6.1 6.1 6.0 5.8 5.8 Yds 39 49 37

Pts/G 12.6 9.8 8.6 7.3 7.2 7.2 FG/G 1.80 1.60 1.40 1.10 1.10 Sacks 0 2 2 0 4 0 1 4 2 0 3 4 3 3 0 2 1 0 7 1 Total 7 7 6 Yds 75 46 37 31

INT 9 7 1 2 2 4 2

Total 20 15 13 11 10 10 10


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Over A Century of Tradition Few collegiate football programs have the storied history of Cornell University. With 199 seasons of football in the books, the Big Red has collected five national titles, won 600 games and has had legendary players and coaches perform on historic Schoellkopf Field. Names such as Glenn “Pop” Warner and Heisman Trophy finalist and NCAA record-breaker Ed Marinaro have suited up for Cornell, while seven College Football Hall of Famers (including Warner, Gil Dobie and Carl Snavely) and multiple-time Super Bowl winner George Seifert have set the strategy as head coaches. Now, with Cornell alum Jim Knowles ‘87 leading the program, there’s little doubt that history will continue to be made.

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Cornell Football Timeline 1869 The first football game, an intramural contest featuring 40 players per side, occurs on campus. 1874 Cornell president Andrew D. White refuses to let Cornellians travel for a football game against Michigan in Cleveland because “I refuse to let 40 of our boys travel 400 miles merely to agitate a bag of wind.” 1887 Cornell relents, and the first intercollegiate game under modern rules is played against Union College on No. 12, 1887. Union wins the game 24-10 in the contest played where Day and Stimson halls stand today. 1888 Cornell picks up its first win in program history, topping Palmyra 26-0 in the season opener on Oct. 20 en route to a 4-2 record. 1892 Glenn (Pop) Warner ‘94 saw his first football game at Cornell, thinking it was “just a schoolboy scramble with a few bloody noses,” gave it a try, and went on to become the best known of the sport’s pioneering coaches. He caused more rule changes than all other coaches combined. 1897 Warner begins the first of his two coaching stints at Cornell, going 5-3-1 with wins over Syracuse and Penn State. He ended his Cornell career with a 36-13-3 record.

Cornell’s first football team, 1887.

Glenn (Pop) Warner ’94 was a football pioneer.

1901 Cornell wins a record 11 games, going 11-1 under first-year coach Ray Starbuck. Cornell outscores foes 324-38, dropping an 8-6 decision to Princeton in the eighth game of the year. It was the first points the Big Red had allowed all year.

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Schoellkopf Field has been an indelible mark of Cornell football since it opened in 1915 and this year will be the 91st season at the home field. A gift from Willard Straight ‘01 and the family of Henry (Heinie) Schoellkopf ‘02 made the construction possible for the current stadium. The Big Red’s first year on the field was one of its best, going 9-0 and winning the national championship. In 1915, General Electric Company completed work on a flood searchlight system for the field, and in 1924 a construction project was completed to bring capacity from 9,000 to 21,500 by adding the famed Crescent. In 1947 that was increased to its current capacity of 25,597 and a press box was added. In 1971 a gift was made to put artificial turf on the field, and it has since been resurfaced three times, the latest in 1999. A new press box was built in 1986. Schoellkopf Memorial Hall, which houses the Big Red football offices, locker rooms and a tradition room, finished a renovation this past summer. Schoellkopf Field is the fourth-oldest Division I-AA stadium, opening in 1915. Only Penn’s Franklin Field (1895), Harvard Stadium (1903) and the Yale Bowl (1914) are older. Its capacity of 25,597 ranks as the eighth-largest stadium in Division I-AA. Tennessee State’s Coliseum seats 67,500 to lead all stadiums. The record crowd, when there were bleachers in the end zones and beneath the Crescent and west stands, was 35,300 for Michigan, Nov. 10, 1951. The playing area before World War I was Percy Field, alongside Fall Creek, the present site of Ithaca High School. 2006 FOOTBALL

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1915 Cornell picks a great year to open play at Schoellkopf Field. Charley Barrett ‘16 scores a first-quarter TD to lead Cornell to a 10-0 victory over Harvard in a game of unbeatens. The Big Red handed the Crimson its first loss in four years and was declared national champion, the first of five national titles for Cornell.

Jerome “Brud” Holland ‘39 The college football Hall of Famer is known for much more than being the first black football player at Cornell. A two-time firstteam All-American at end, Holland scored 10 career touchdowns, and later watched as his son, Joe Holland ‘78, became one of the school’s all-time leading rushers. But it was his greatness as a statesman that earned him international fame.

1919 The Big Red plays its first of six games in seven years at the Polo Grounds against Dartmouth and Columbia, going 3-3. 1920 Cornell’s all-time winningest coach Gil Dobie leads the Big Red to a 6-2 mark. Dobie’s next three squads would win national championships. 1921 The Big Red goes 8-0, claims the mythical national title and begins its school record 26-game win streak. Cornell outscores its foes 392-21.

Jerome Heartwell Holland Born: Jan. 9, 1916 Died: Jan. 13, 1985 College Football Hall of Fame: Inducted 1965 Cornell Athletics Hall of Fame: Inducted 1978

1922 Cornell wins its second straight crown, going 8-0 and outscoring opponents 33927.

HONORS AND TITLES • U.S. ambassador to Sweden • Chairman American Red Cross • Chairman Salvation Army • Chairman Planned Parenthood • First African American director of the New York Stock Exchange • 1985 Medal of Freedom Award (nation’s highest civilian award) • President of Hampton Institute • President of Delaware State • Trustee Emeritus, Cornell University • Sports Illustrated’s Silver Anniversary Award (outstanding contributions to American life)

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1923 National title No. 4 and the third in a row, the Big Red goes 8-0 and blisters foes by a 320-23 margin. 1938 Cornell begins its second longest win streak (18) with a win over Penn State. The streak ends with the Fifth Down game two years later. 1939 The 1939 team goes 8-0 and claims the program’s fifth national crown and is the Lambert Trophy winner, with Cornell defeating Syracuse, Princeton, Penn State, Big Ten champion Ohio State, Columbia, Colgate, Dartmouth and Penn. Cornell overcame a 14-0 deficit in the first quarter to beat powerful Buckeyes 23-14 in Columbus. The rumor of an invite to the Rose Bowl was quickly quelled by the Big Red administration, which did not want to further strain the players ‘ academic situations. 1940 The Fifth-Down Game. No. 1 Cornell improved to 6-0 with a 7-3 victory over Dartmouth in Hanover, scoring on the last play of the game. After reviewing game film on Monday, Coach Carl Snavely and acting athletic director Robert J. Kane wire Dartmouth officials to tell them Cornell scored on a fifth down. The Big Green accepts the forfeit, winning the contest 30. Cornell also becomes the only Ivy League school to reach No. 1 in the Associated Press poll, hitting the top spot for three weeks.

1948 Bob Dean ‘49 scores from 1-foot out and kicks the PAT with 2:40 left, giving the Big Red a 27-26 comefrom-behind victory over Dartmouth in front of 30,000 fans at Schoellkopf Field. The Big Red takes the mythical Ivy League championship with a perfect record behind the

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Do You Know Bo? You should ... a sensational three-sport star at Cornell (football, track and field and basketball), Irvin “Bo” Roberson ‘58 still holds the Cornell record for longest kickoff return (100 yards). The late Dick Schaap ‘55, a legendary Cornellian himself, said Roberson was the greatest natural athlete ever in the Ivy League.

All-time greats Bob Dean (left) and Pete Dorset

The Trustees’ Cup Since 1995, the winner of the Cornell-Penn football game has been awarded the Trustees’ Cup. Alumni from Penn and Cornell gathered at the New York Penn Club on Sept. 6, 1995 for the dedication of the Trustees’ Cup, which thereafter has been presented to the winner of the annual football game. The idea evolved from a series of discussions between officials and alumni of both universities, focusing on what would be the best way to honor one of college football’s most celebrated rivalries. The decision was made to establish an award to be presented at an annual luncheon, with the winning team taking the prize home and displaying it for a year.

Top 10 Division I-AA All-Time Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Yale ............. 830 Penn ............ 786 Harvard .......... 774 Princeton ......... 764 Fordham ......... 722 Dartmouth ........ 638 Lafayette ......... 620 Delaware ......... 613 Lehigh ........... 609 Cornell .......... 600

The Big Red’s 1948 squad and the 1949 team (pictured here) both won Ivy championships while going 8-1 both years. The 1950 unit went 7-2 for a phenomenal three-year record of 23-4. 2006 FOOTBALL

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1943 In the heart of World War II, travel restrictions limit options for a venue to play a contest against Dartmouth. They were unable to travel to each other as no rail line ran between Ithaca and Hanover. Instead, the two teams met in Boston and played at Fenway Park in the shadow of the “Green Monster.” The Big Green won 20-0.

Record 5-1-1 8-0-0 6-2-0 9-1-0 8-1-0 7-2-0

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feats of Hillary Chollet ‘50 and Pete Dorset ‘50. 1951 Cornell defeats defending Big Ten Conference and Rose Bowl champion Michigan, 20-7, in front of the largest crowd in Schoellkopf history (35,300). 1963 Pete Gogolak kicks a then-NCAA record 50-yard field goal against Lehigh. He also sets a major college record with 44 consecutive PAT kicks.

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1969 Sophomore Ed Marinaro bursts onto the collegiate scene with a 162-yard effort against Colgate in the season opener. He ran for 100 yards in seven of the team’s nine games, posting a school record 1,409 yards on the ground and 14 touchdowns. Included is a then-school record 281 yard performance against Harvard. 1970 Not to be outdone, Marinaro breaks his own school record with 1,425 yards and shares the Asa S. Bushnell Cup for Ivy Player of the Year with Dartmouth’s Jim Chasey.

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1982 Cornell moves to the Division I-AA classification. 1986 The Big Red made an unlikely run for the league title, finishing the year with just one loss in Ivy play a year after going 3-7 overall. Cornell drops a 31-21 decision to Penn in the season finale as the Quakers claimed the crown. 1988 CornellbroughttheIvyLeaguetrophyback totheEastHillin1988whentheteamearned sixvictoriesagainstitsAncientfoes.Five individualsearnedfirst-teamAll-Ivyhonors, includingCornellHallofFamersScottMalaga (RB)andMitchLee(LB).Theteamoutscored its opponents by nearly 100 points while averaging 345.0 yards per game. 1989 Cornell makes a Thanksgiving Day appearance on ESPN, playing a 10 a.m. contest against Penn. The Big Red wins 20-6 and is 3-0 all-time on ESPN. 1990 Cornell posts a 6-1 Ivy mark and a share of theAncientEighttitleunderthedirection of first-year head coach and former gridirongreatJimHofher’79.TheBigRedleads theleagueinrushing(242.9ypg.)andtotal offense(375.0ypg.)whileoutscoringits opponents 180-95. Three of the team’s offensive linemen — Jay Bloedorn, Greg Finnegan and Chris Field — earned firstteamAll-Ivyhonors,leadingtheBigRed’s 14overallselections.ScottOliarorunsfor a school-record 288 yards against Yale.

Ed Marinaro looks for a hole in the 1971 game against Columbia.

CORNELL ALL-TIME FOOTBALL TEAM (1887–2003) Pos. W R ... W R ... TE .... O T ... O T ... O G ... O G ... O G ... O C ... Q B ... RB ... RB ... RB ... FB .... FB .... PK .... Ret ... Ret ...

OFFENSE Name Eric Krawczyk ..... Joe Splendorio .... Brud Holland ..... Nick Drahos ...... Frank Wydo ...... Bill Warner ....... Sid Roth ......... Chris Field ....... Greg Bloedorn .... Gary Wood ...... Ed Marinaro ...... Derrick Harmon ... Chad Levitt ...... Jeff Fleischmann ... Scott Malaga ..... Pete Gogolak ..... Pete Larson ...... Bo Roberson .....

Class 1998 2001 1939 1941 1950 1903 1939 1991 1996 1964 1972 1984 1997 1951 1989 1964 1967 1958

Pos. DE ... DE ... DE ... DL ... DL ... DL ... LB .... LB .... LB .... LB .... D B ... D B ... D B ... D B ... P .... P ....

DEFENSE Name John O’Hearn ..... Tom McHale ..... Seth Payne ....... Phil Ratner ....... John Sponheimer .. Mike Phillips ..... Walt Matuszak .... Bob Lally ........ Mitch Lee ....... Chris Zingo ...... Eddie Kaw ....... George Pfann ..... Hillary Chollet .... Mike Raich ....... Bob Dean ....... Erik Bernstein .....

Class 1915 1987 1997 1966 1969 1974 1941 1974 1990 1994 1923 1924 1950 1988 1949 1987

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The Fifth Down Game “In view of the conclusions reached by the officials that the Cornell touchdown was scored on a fifth down, Cornell relinquishes claim to the victory and extends congratulations to Dartmouth.” -Statement from Cornell Athletic Director James Lynah to Dartmouth College“I accept the final conclusion of the officials and without reservation concede the victory to Dartmouth ... with hearty congratulations to you and the gallant Dartmouth team.” -Statement from Cornell head coach Carl Snavely to Dartmouth College“Thank you for your wire. Dartmouth accepts the victory and your congratulations and salutes the Cornell team, the honored and honorable opponent of her longest unbroken football rivalry.” -Statement from Dartmouth Athletic Director William McCarter to Cornell UniversityArguably the greatest example of sportsmanship in the history of athletic competition, the Nov. 16, 1940 Cornell-Dartmouth game has become known as the “Fifth Down Game.” The Big Red, ranked No. 1 in the nation and riding an 18-game win streak, seemingly escaped Hanover, N.H., with a 7-3 victory against the underdog Big Green, scoring on a 6-yard touchdown pass by Walter Scholl on the game’s final play. After reviewing game film on Monday, Coach Carl Snavely and acting athletic director Robert J. Kane wired Dartmouth officials to tell them Cornell scored on an inadvertent fifth down, as referee Red Friesell had lost track of the downs. After Snavely called a team meeting later that day, he let the players make the decision on how to handle the situation. Led by captain Walt Matuszak, Cornell voted to forfeit the contest. Though there were no rules compelling the outcome to be changed, in an unprecedented act of sportsmanship, the Big Red relinquished claims to the win. The Big Green accepted the forfeit and the 30 victory. It remains the only time a collegiate sporting contest has been decided off the field after the completion of a game.

Some of Cornell’s Greatest Games ...

1991 The Big Red travelled to Division I StanfordtocelebratetheCentennial Anniversaryofitssisterschoolfromthe West.TheCardinalwin56-6.

Union 24, Cornell 10 (Nov. 12, 1887 at Ithaca, N.Y.) Cornell’s first official varsity game. The Big Red jumped out to a 102 lead before a more experienced Union squad used its greater understanding of the rules of the day to score 22 straight points.

1995 Cornell wins five straight Ivy games midway through the season and finishes tied for second in the Ancient Eightstandings.

Cornell 10, Harvard 0 (Oct. 23, 1915 at Cambridge, Mass.) Cornell’s first national championship season was highlighted by a stunning 10-0 victory over Harvard, snapping a 10-game Crimson win streak to begin the all-time series.

1996 TheBigRedplaysitsfirstovertimegame, defeating Princeton 33-27 athomein the season and home opener. Chad Levitt‘97falls58yardsshyoftheschool’s careerrushingrecordafterbeinghurtin hisfinalcollegiategame,endinghis four-yearrunwith4,657yards.Heis named second-team All-America and theIvyLeaguePlayeroftheYear.

Cornell 23, Ohio State 14 (Oct. 28, 1939 at Columbus, Ohio) The powerful Big Ten champs jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the second quarter with 86- and 72-yard touchdown drives, but Cornell rallied, scoring the game’s final 23 points to claim the upset. Walter ‘Pop’ Scholl ‘41 ran for a 79-yard touchdown, passed for a 26-yard score to knot the game, then watched as Hal McCullough gave the Big Red the lead for good. All-America tackle Nick Drahos ‘41 kicked a field goal to give Cornell the win. Dartmouth 3, Cornell 0 (Nov. 16, 1940 at Hanover, N.H.) The famous “Fifth Down Game.” See above.

Ricky Rahne runs across the goal line in a 24-23 victory over Yale in 2000.

Cornell 20, Michigan 7 (Nov. 10, 1951 at Ithaca, N.Y.) In front of a Schoellkopf Field record crowd of 35,300, the Big Red blitzed defending Rose Bowl champion and four-time defending Big Ten champion Michigan 20-7. The Big Redlimited theWolverines to39yardsrushing, just16inthesecond half, tostifle thevisitors. Cornell rallied from a 7-0 halftime deficit for the crowd-pleasing victory.

Cornell 19, Penn 6 (Nov. 19, 1988 at Ithaca, N.Y.) The Big Red claimed a share of the Ivy League title by topping previously unbeaten Penn 20-6 in the season finale. Cornell scored 16 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to erase a 6-3 deficit. Included was a goalline stand with less than four minutes remaining in the third quarter keyed by a fourth-down stop by Brent Felitto at the 1-yard line on fourth-and-two. The Cornell offense then took the ball and marched 99 yards for the go-ahead score, a 15-yard run by Steve Lutz.

Cornell 29, Harvard 28 (Oct. 7, 2000 at Cambridge, Mass.) Joe Splendorio ‘01 blocked a 27-yard game-winning field goal try in the final seconds as Cornell stormed back from a 28-0 halftime deficit for a 29-28 win. It was the second straight year Splendorio blocked a field goal in the waning seconds to protect a one-point Big Red win over the Crimson. Cornell 32, Columbia 26 (Nov. 13, 2004 at New York, N.Y.) First-year head coach Jim Knowles ’87 preached all year to his players that they must believe in themselves. He saw the result of that belief in one of the most improbable comebacks in Cornell football history. The Big Red rallied from a 26-7 deficit with 9:33 to play for a 32-26 victory over Columbia. D.J. Busch ‘05 threw a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns, including the game-winner to Brian Romney ‘06 with 37 seconds to play. During the rally, Sean Nassoiy ‘05 intercepted two fourth-quarter passes.

2001 TheseasonopeneratBucknelliscancelled after the attacks of Sept. 11. When the season begins, Ricky Rahne ‘02 builds on his passing totals and graduates as the school’s career leader in passing (7,710 yards) and touchdown passes (54). 2002 KeithFerguson‘03graduatesastheschool’s all-timeleaderinreceivingyards(2,569) and becomes the first Cornell player to record 200 career catches (202). 2004 Despite being picked to finish last in the preseason poll by the league’s coaches after an 0-7 campaign the previous year, first-year head coach Jim Knowles ‘87 breathesnewlifeintotheprogram.Cornell goes 4-3 in Ivy play, becoming the second Ancient Eight team to go from a winless leaguerecordtoawinningmarkinthespan of one year. 2005 The Big Red went 4-1 at Schoellkopf Field and finished the season with a 6-4 overall mark. Three-time first-team All-Ivy pick Kevin Boothe was chosen in the sixth round oftheNFLDraftbytheOaklandRaidersand earnedfirst-teamAll-Americahonors.

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Cornell 33, Princeton 27 (Sept. 21, 1996 at Ithaca, N.Y.) The Big Red wins the first overtime game in school history as Cornell and Princeton battled to two extra sessions to determine a winner. Cornell scored 13 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to tie the game on a 45-yard John Rodin field goal. After both teams scored in the first overtime, Brian Opre ran in from 1yard out to collect the win.

2000 Big Red fans provided with plenty of excitement,asCornell’sall-timeleading passer, Ricky Rahne ’02, led the team through some amazing fourthquartercomebacks.Thesquadbattled to win three games by one point each tochallengefortheIvytitle,finishing the season in second place.

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Cornell Football Legends Glenn Scobey (Pop) Warner • Gridiron’s Greatest Strategist Glenn Scobey (Pop) Warner was a colorful individual during his playing days at Cornell and then during an illustrious, uninterrupted 45-year coaching career. Warner was born in Springville, N.Y., on April 5, 1871, only two days after the first college football game between Princeton and Rutgers. Not only was he one of Cornell’s outstanding football players, but he also excelled in track and field, and was its heavyweight boxing champion in 1893. Upon graduation from Cornell Law School in 1895, Warner began his coaching career at Georgia. He returned to his alma mater for the 189798 seasons, then went to Carlisle from 1899-1903. “Pop” came back to Ithaca for a second stint coaching the Big Red from 1904-06, before heading back to Carlisle, where he coached legendary Jim Thorpe. After leaving Carlisle in 1914, Warner later coached at Pittsburgh (1915-23), Stanford (1924-32) and Temple (1933-38). At the age of 67, he returned to his permanent residence of Palo Alto, Calif., and served as an advisory coach at San Jose State from 1939-40. After coaching 44 All-Americans and introducing so many of the football practices that we still use today, Warner returned to his oil and water paints, and to his work bench. His imaginative mind produced the screen pass, the rolling block, the naked reverse, series plays and the unbalanced line. He also introduced the numbering of players, huddle, wearing of headgear, spiral punt and the blocking dummy. Warner was the only coach ever to actually invent a system of offense. “Pop” died on Sept. 7, 1954, at age 83, 25 years after founding the Pop Warner Youth Football League, which is still a mainstay for nearly all young football players. Thirty-nine years after his death, Warner passed the late Amos Alonzo Stagg and became the second winningest coach in major college football. In 1993, Warner was credited by the NCAA with six more victories, increasing his total to 319, with Stagg having 314. His overall 44-year coaching record was 319-106-29. On July 25, 1997, the U.S. Postal Service issued four stamps commemorating Warner, Vince Lombardi of the Green Bay Packers, George Halas of the Chicago Bears and Paul “Bear” Bryant of the University of Alabama.

Pete Gogolak • Just For Kicks A football innovator, Pete Gogolak introduced soccer style kicking to American football. He was the first player to kick soccer-style in the college and professional ranks. While at Cornell, Gogolak set a major college record by connecting on 44 consecutive kick conversions from 1961 to 1963 and still holds the Cornell record for consecutive conversions and career conversion percentage (.982, 54-of-55). His 50-yard field goal vs. Lehigh in 1963 was the nation’s longest in a major college game. He booted nine career field goals, including eight of 40 yards or more. AfterCornell,GogolaksignedwiththeBuffaloBillsafterbeingdraftedinthe12throundofthe AFL Draft. He played two seasons with the Bills, including kicking for the 1965 AFL champion team. He was named kicker of the AFL all-pro team and in 1984, was named to the Silver Anniversary all-time team. After playing out his option with Buffalo, Gogolak signed with the New York Giants and played 10 seasons, becoming the franchise’s all-time leading scorer and kicking the longest fieldgoalinteamhistory(54yards).Asof2006,heisstilltheleadingscorerinGiantshistory. Gogolak’s family came to the United States from Hungary in 1956. His brother, Charlie, is theall-timetopplace-kickerinthehistoryofPrincetonfootball.Thefamily’sstorywasfeatured in Life Magazine in 1963.

Year 1961 1962 1963 Totals

GP 9 9 9 27

X-Pts Made-Att 16-17 20-20 18-18 54-55

FGM-FGA 3-10 0-5 6-12 9-27

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In a game where quarterbacks beat teams with their arms and their legs, Gary Wood was a pioneer. Wood remains one of the great all-around players in Ivy League history more than 40 years after he last dressed for the Big Red. A three-time AP All-Ivy first-team and two-time Coaches All-Ivy first-team pick, Wood was named to the AP’s All-East squad as a senior.HesetIvyLeaguerecordsforcareertotaloffense(3,457yards)andrushing(2,156yards)aswellassingle-seasontotaloffense(1,612 yardsin1962)andrushing(813yardsin‘62).Healsoheldtherecordfortotaloffenseinagame(387yardsvs.Penn,1962).Anexplosive player,Woodscoredonplaysof40yardsormoresixtimesinhisthreeseasons,includingan89-yardkickoffreturnandan80-yardrunin 1963. He was named one of four “Most Spectacular Players” of the 1962 season and was named national “Back of the Week” by the APandSportsIllustratedforhis1962performanceinawinoverPrinceton.HeremainstheonlyplayerinIvyLeaguehistorytorushfor 2,000 yards and pass for 1,000 more. That doesn’t even take into account his 1,326 yards on 50 returns (26.5 yard average). After graduating from Cornell, Wood joined the New York Giants. Standing just 5-11 and weighing 185 pounds, many said he was too small to play quarterback in the NFL. Wood proved his naysayers wrong, playing five years with the Giants and another with the New Orleans Saints. He later played with the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League.

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Att 75 117 119 311

Pct. .373 .513 .395 .434

Yds 456 890 545 1,891

TD 6 8 4 18

Int 3 8 7 18

Rushes 94 173 166 311

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Ed Marinaro • An Era to Remember In his three seasons as Cornell’s tailback (1969-70-71), Ed Marinaro set rushing and scoring records wholesale and won every major honor with the exception of the Heisman Trophy for which he placed a close second to quarterback Pat Sullivan of Auburn University. In the 24th game of his 27-game career, against Columbia at Ithaca, he broke Steve Owens’ alltime NCAA career rushing record of 3,867 yards, set in 1969, by gaining 272 yards for a total of 4,132— the first player to go over the 4,000 mark in three seasons. He finished up with 4,715. During his three years at Cornell, he set an NCAA season record of 1,881 yards and a season pergame average of 209.0. His career average of 174.6 is also an NCAA record. Overall he established eight NCAA career records and tied another, six NCAA single-season records and three other NCAA records. Marinaro won the national triple-crown in 1971—rushing, all-purpose running and scoring, each based on game-average. All-purpose running includes pass receiving and kick returns. He averaged 214.7 yards with 51 on pass receptions. He still holds 11 Ivy League records, including career and season rushing yardage (3,391 and 1,375), carries (707 and 275), touchdowns (36 and 16) and points scored (224 and 100). He was inducted into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame in 1991. Marinaro played professionally for the Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets and Seattle Seahawks before beginning an acting career that saw him, most notably, play Officer Joe Coffey on “Hill Street Blues” and Sonny St. Jacques on “Laverne & Shirley.” He has also been seen on “Dynasty,” “The Twilight Zone,” “Touched By An Angel,” “Third Watch,” “Eight Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Daughter,” and “Monk” among others. Year 1969 1970 1971 Totals

GP 9 9 9 27

Rushes 277 285 356 918

Yds 1,409 1,425 1,881 4,715

Avg 5.1 5.0 5.3 5.1

TD 14 12 24 50

PATs 0 1 2 3

Rec. 6 11 6 23

Rec. Yds 52 129 51 232

TD 0 2 0 2

Pts 84 86 148 318

Seth Payne • Development Leads to NFL Success

Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 Totals

GP 4 10 10 10 34

Tackles 2 25 25 55 107

Assists 6 22 18 29 75

For Loss 1-2 5-9 6-12 26-107 38-130

Sacks 0-0 6-32 4-9 9-49 19-90

From the Ivies to the Super Bowl Tailback Derrick Harmon excelled on both the playing field and in the classroom. He was a two-time Academic All-American and made theAssociatedPressDivisionI-AAAll-America second team as a senior. In his final season, Derrick won the Asa BushnellAwardastheIvyLeague’sPlayerofthe Year, after being named the league’s Sophomore of the Year in 1981. He became only the fourth person in the history of the league to go over 1,000 yards in one season when he ran for 1,056 markers in seven Ivy games in 1983. Atwo-timeAll-Ivyfirstteam selection, Harmon rushed for 3,074 yards on 546 carries in three years andranksthirdonCornell’s all-timerushinglistandin career rushes. He set the school’s single season record for yards per carry (5.9in1983)andthecareer recordforyardspercarry(5.6,1981-83).During his three years, he had 14 games of over 100 yardsrushing.Healsoranksthirdincareerallpurpose running with 3,800 yards. An engineering physics major from New York City, Harmon was the recipient of an NCAA postgraduate scholarship. He was drafted in the ninth round by the San Francisco 49ers and earned a Super Bowl ring in 1985 against the Miami Dolphins. Year 1981 1982 1983 Totals

GP 9 8 10 27

Rushes 173 157 216 546

Yds 893 905 1,276 3,074

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From scrawny freshman to three-time All-Ivy selection, defensive end Seth Payne ’96 remains the school’s career leader in sacks with 19 and has gone on to make a name for himself with the NFL’s Houston Texans. As a member of the Big Red, Payne was named first-team All-Ivy as a senior after leading the team with a career-best nine sacks and ranking among the top five on the team in tackleswith84.Duringhis career he earned the defense’s Big Play Award, Most Improved Player, the Sid Roth Award twice (designatedfortheteam’smost valuable down lineman), and the Red Helmet Award fortheoutstandingvarsity player on defense. The four-year letter winner capped off his career by being selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the fourth round of the 1997 NFL Draft. After five productive seasons with the Jaguars, including 51 starts, Payne was selected by the Texans in the league’s expansion draft and made an immediate impact. He started all 16 games in 2002, leading the Texans defensive line with 147 tackles to rank third on the team. His only sack of the season was a safety late in the fourth quarter thatledHoustontoitsfirstwininfranchisehistory,atriumphoverthestoriedDallasCowboys. Payne was voted by teammates as the recipient of NFL Player’s Association 2002 Unsung Hero Award, and was selected to USA Today’s 11th annual “All-Joe Team” as one of the most underrated players in the NFL who makes a difference with their work ethic and demeanor. He opened earned the team’s Ed Block Courage Award in 2004 and is coming off a careerhigh four sack, 98-tackle season in 2005. The 6-4, 303-pounder has made a home for himself in Houston, where he is well known for his work with many charitable organizations, including Teach For America and both the Children’s and Shriner’s hospitals.

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HISTORY Running With The Best Duringhisfour-yearcareerinaBigReduniform, tailback Chad Levitt rushed for 4,657 yards, coming just 59 yards shy of breaking the all-time Cornell and Ivy League rushing records. A freak elbow injury in the ninth game of the ‘96 season kept him from shattering the mark. Levitt led the Ivy League in rushing, scoring and all-purpose running per game for three straight years. During the 1996 season, he rushed for 1,435 yards on 267 carries for the second-best season ever at Cornell. The three-time All-Ivy first-team back was named ECAC Division I-AA Player of the Year, the Asa S. Bushnell Cup Player of the Year in the Ivy League, and The Football News named him Ivy League Player of the Year for the third consecutive time. He set a school and league career record for most rushing attempts 922), established a school-best mark for 100-yard rushing games in a career (24) and broke the school’s all-purpose running standard with 5,036 yards. He ranks second on the all-time scoring list with 292 points. The 6-2, 240pounder was a two-time ECAC first-teamselection and was named to the Associated Press DivisionI-AAAllAmerica second team following hissenioryear.He was invited to play in the East-West Shrine and the Blue-Gray all-star games. A graduate of Cheltenham High School and a Melrose Park, Pa., native, Levitt was a fourthround draft pick by the Oakland Raiders in the 1997 NFL Draft and started two games as a rookie. He also appeared on rosters for the St. Louis Rams and the Chicago Bears.

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Rushes 88 275 292 267 922

Yds 475 1,319 1,428 1,435 4,657

Avg 5.4 4.8 4.9 5.4 5.1

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TD 6 12 13 13 44

Tom McHale parlayed his love of football into a longtime NFL career. After excelling as one of the finest defensive linemen in Big Red history, he was called upon to play several positions in the pros, even settling in as a starting offensive guard during his seven-year NFL career. The 6-4, 260-pound defensive end was named to the Kodak Division I-AA All-America team by the American Football Coaches Association in 1986 to join his awards as an AssociatedPressDivisionI-AAfirst-teamandAll-Ivyfirst-team selection. He was the runner-up for Ivy League Player of the Year after setting Cornell records for season (12) and career quarterback sacks (14). He was chosen to play for the East team in the East-West Shrine Game. McHale transferred to Cornell GP Tackles Assists Sacks from Maryland, where he was a Year starting defensive tackle and 1985 3 10 3 2 played on two bowl teams. In 1986 10 46 28 12 1987 he signed as a free agent Totals 13 56 31 14 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and moved to the offensive line, eventually playing seven seasons in the NFL at guard for the Bucs, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Miami Dolphins. After retirement, McHale served as president of the Tampa chapter of the NFL Players Association’s Retired Players division. He also put his degree in hotel administration to good use, opening several restaurants in the Tampa area.

Ricky Rahne • Passing Fancy One of the great quarterbacks in the history of the Ivy League, Ricky Rahne holds nearly every career passing record for the Big Red. Rahne finished his career as a three-year starter and three-time team MVP. He remains the all-time leader in completions (678), yards (7,710), touchdown passes (54) and 200-yard games (25). He took over the top spot in total offense with 7,994 yards (7,710 passing, 284 rushing) and finished his career ranked as the Ivy League’s third all-time career passing leader. Rahne also garnered awards, being named honorable mention AllAmerica by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette in 2000 as well as honorable mention All-Ivy as a sophomore and junior. He also had a penchant for unbelievable comebacks, helping the 2000 team to the nickname “The Comeback Kids.” After working as an intern in the National Football and at Cintas Corporation, Rahne joined the coaching ranks, spending the 2004 season as an assistant at Holy Cross and 2005 at his alma mater.

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GP 1 10 10 9 30

Comp 2 225 252 199 678

Att 4 388 479 355 1,226

Pct. .500 .580 .526 .561 .553

Yds 20 2,762 2,944 1,984 7,710

TD 0 25 18 11 54

Int 0 13 13 5 31

Pete Larson • All-Purpose Runner An excellent halfback from 1964-66, Pete Larson led the team in rushing as a senior and pass receiving as a sophomore. In three years, he rushed for 1,751 yards on 354 carries, caught 34 passes for 430 yards and scored 22 touchdowns. In 1966, Larson ranked among the top 10 nationally in rushing with 979 yards, leading the Ivy League. He also set league records for both rushing and scoring in a season en route to first-team All-Ivy honors. In addition, Larson was named AP honorable mention All-America, to the All-East second team and the ECAC all-star first-team. As a junior he was an AP All-East and All-Ivy honorable mention selection. After college, Larson played for two seasons for the Washington Redskins, scoring three touchdowns.

When Kevin Boothe entered Cornell, he came as a lightly recruited, 370-pound lineman.Heleftasathree-timefirstteamAll-Ivyselection,afirstteam All-American, an NFL Draft pick, and is generally regarded as one of the top offensive linemen ever to suit up for an Ancient Eight school. Boothe was named to the All-America first team by the American Football Coaches Association and to the second team by the The Sports Network and the Associated Press as a senior. Boothe was a unanimous first-team All-Ivy pick in each of his final two years. He was then picked by the Oakland Raiders in the sixth round of the 2006 NFL Draft.

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Rushes 37 111 206 354

Yds 132 640 979 1,751

Avg 3.6 5.8 4.8 4.9

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Passing Records MOST YARDS PASSING Game: 446 by Ricky Rahne at Brown, 10-21-00 Season: 2,944 by Ricky Rahne, 2000 Career: 7,710 by Ricky Rahne, 1998-2001 MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED Game: 64 by Ricky Rahne at Bucknell, 9-16-00 (completed 28) Season: 479 by Ricky Rahne, 2000 (completed 252) Career: 1,226 by Ricky Rahne, 1998-2001 (completed 678) MOST PASSES COMPLETED Game: 37 by Bill Lazor at Columbia, 11-14-92 (59 attempts) Season: 252 by Ricky Rahne, 2000 (479 attempts) Career: 678 by Ricky Rahne, 1998-2001 (1,226 attempts) MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED Game: 6 by Marty Stallone at Princeton, 11-23-85 Season: 21 by Chris Cochrane, 1989 Career: 31 by RIcky Rahne, 1998-2001 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 4 by Mark Allen at Brown, 11-11-72; by Mark Allen vs. Columbia, 11-3-73; by Mike Hood vs. Buffalo, 10-3-98; by Ricky Rahne vs. Fordham, 9-25-99; by Ricky Rahne vs. Columbia, 11-13-99; by Ricky Rahne at Harvard, 10-7-00 Season: 25 by Ricky Rahne, 1999 Career: 54 by Ricky Rahne, 1998-2001

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HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Game: .821 by Mike Hood at Fordham, 10-25-97 (23-28) (min. 15 att.) Season: .636 by Mike Hood, 1997 (138-217) (min. 90 att.) Career: .607 by Mike Hood, 1996-98 (334-550) (min. 150 att.) HIGHEST PASSING EFFICIENCY Season: 135.2 by Steve Joyce, 1995 Career: 191.2 by Steve Joyce, 1994-95 MOST YARDS GAINED PER ATTEMPT Game: 12.2 by Steve Joyce at Brown, 10-28-95 (28-341) (min. 20 att.) Season: 8.4 by Rick Furbush, 1970 (104-876) (min. 100 att.) Career: 8.2 by Rocco Calvo, 1950-51 (171-1405) (min. 170 att.) MOST YARDS GAINED PER COMPLETION Game: 25.7 by Aaron Sumida at Columbia, 11-12-88 (12-231) (min. 10 comp.) Season: 15.37 by Rick Furbush, 1970 (57-876) (min. 55 comp.) Career: 15.8 by Rocco Calvo, 1950-51 (89-1,405) (min. 85 comp.) MOST 200-YARD PASSING GAMES Season: 10 by Ricky Rahne, 2000 Career: 25 by Ricky Rahne, 1998-2001 (fr.-0, so.-9, jr.-10, sr.-6) MOST 300-YARD PASSING GAMES Season: 4 by Ricky Rahne, 2000 Career: 7 by Ricky Rahne, 1998-2001 (fr.-0, so.-2, jr.-4, sr.-1) MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES COMPLETED 13 by Pete Dorset, vs. Lehigh, Navy, Columbia, 1947

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES THROWING A TD PASS 15 by Ricky Rahne, Sept. 18, 1999-Oct. 14, 2000 MOST YARDS PASSING BY A FRESHMAN Game: 114 by Stephen Liuzza vs. Penn, 11-18-06 Season: 139 by Stephen Liuzza, 2006 MOST YARDS PASSING BY A SOPHOMORE Game: 443 by Ricky Rahne at Brown, 10-2-99 Season: 2,762 by Ricky Rahne, 1999 MOST YARDS PASSING BY A JUNIOR Game: 446 by Ricky Rahne at Brown, 10-21-00 Season: 2,944 by Ricky Rahne, 2000 MOST YARDS PASSING BY A SENIOR Game: 395 by Mark Allen at Penn, 11-24-73 Season: 2,255 by Steve Joyce, 1995

Pct. .468 .500 .627 .482 .491 .519 .643 .620 .700 .500 .438 .554 .625 .606 .600 .576 .467 .606

T D Yds .. 3 . 446 .. 2 . 443 .. 3 . 400 .. 2 . 395 .. 4 . 391 .. 1 . 344 .. 3 . 341 .. 2 . 321 .. 4 . 320 .. 1 . 317 .. 2 . 314 .. 1 . 314 .. 1 . 312 .. 1 . 309 .. 0 . 307 .. 2 . 307 .. 0 . 306 .. 1 . 302

SEASON PASSING Ricky Rahne .... Ricky Rahne .... SteveJoyce .... BillLazor ...... BillLazor ...... RIcky Rahne .... Mike Hood .... KevinSigler .... Mark Allen ..... ScottCarroll ... Mick Razzano ... D.J.Busch ..... BillLazor ...... Marty Stallone .. Nathan Ford ...

Year Att-Comp.-Int. 2000 .... 479-252-13 .. 1999 .... 388-225-13 .. 1995 .... 274-156-9 ... 1992 .... 328-169-4 ... 1993 .... 328-172-13 .. 2001 .... 355-199-5 ... 1998 .... 294-173-15 .. 1974 .... 248-143-14 .. 1973 .... 270-119-11 .. 1996 .... 262-125-13 .. 2002 .... 276-137-7 ... 2004 .... 234-121-7 ... 1991 .... 217-129-9 ... 1986 .... 226-110-12 .. 2006 .... 202-112-9 ...

Pct .526 .580 .569 .515 .524 .561 .588 .577 .441 .477 .496 .517 .595 .487 .554

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Yds 2,944 . 2,762 . 2,255 . 2,206 . 2,030 . 1,984 . 1,910 . 1,648 . 1,590 . 1,583 . 1,556 . 1,534 . 1,461 . 1,446 . 1,417 .

TD 18 25 13 15 11 11 11 8 10 9 7 5 8 12 8

Years Att-Comp.-Int. Pct 1998-2001 . 1226-678-31 . .553 .. 1991-93 .. 873-470-26 .. .538 .. 1996-98 .. 550-334-22 .. .607 .. 1971-73 .. 543-249-27 .. .459 .. 1995-97 .. 502-256-24 .. .510 .. 2002-04 .. 469-241-15 .. .514 .. 1988-90 .. 438-234-27 .. .534 .. 1983-85 .. 562-292-29 .. .520 .. 1994-95 .. 342-194-13 .. .567 .. 1967-68 .. 372-175-19 .. .470 ..

Yds 7,710 . 5,697 . 3,406 . 3,313 . 2,961 . 2,892 . 2,784 . 2,702 . 2,669 . 2,503 .

TD 54 34 20 22 19 12 11 5 15 15

CAREER PASSING Ricky Rahne .... BillLazor ...... Mike Hood .... Mark Allen ..... ScottCarroll ... D.J.Busch ..... Chris Cochrane . Shawn Maguire . SteveJoyce .... BillRobertson ..

LONGEST PASS PLAYS 98 yards .......... Bob Dean to Norman Dawson vs. Navy, 1947 90 yards ............... Rocco Calvo to Stu Merz at Yale, 1951 88 yards ............ Steve Joyce to Steve Busch at Brown, 1995 79 yards ............. Chris Metz to Jim Burry vs. Harvard, 1979 79 yards ........... D.J. Busch to Chad Nice vs. Princeton, 2004 78 yards ............ Per Larson to Chad Levitt at Bucknell, 1994 77 yards ....... Jay LaRochelle to Tim LaBeau vs. Columbia, 1975 77 yards ............. D.J. Busch to Chad Nice at Harvard, 2004 76 yards ........... Bill Robertson to Chris Ritter at Brown, 1968 76 yards ......... Dave McKelvey to Phil Taylor at Harvard, 1959 75 yards ..... Mark Allen to George Milosevic vs. Dartmouth, 1972 74 yards ............ Bill DeGraaf to Art Boland at Brown, 1955 74 yards ....... Stephen Liuzza to Anthony Jackson vs. Penn, 2006 72 yards .......... Chris Metz to Terry Thomas vs. Colgate, 1981

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MOST CONSECUTIVE PASS ATTEMPTED WITHOUT AN INTERCEPTION Game: 59 by Bill Lazor at Columbia, 11-14-92 Season: 124 by Bill Lazor, Oct. 10, 1992-Nov. 7, 1992

SINGLE-GAME PASSING Player, Opp., Year Att.-Comp.-Int. Ricky Rahne at Brown, 2000 ........ 62-29-1 .. Ricky Rahne at Brown, 1999 ........ 58-29-1 .. Bill Lazor at Columbia, 1992 ....... 59-37-0 .. Mark Allen at Penn, 1973 ......... 56-27-3 .. Ricky Rahne at Harvard, 2000 ...... 57-28-1 .. ScottCarrollatBuffalo,1996 ....... 52-27-1 .. Steve Joyce at Brown, 1995 ........ 28-18-2 .. Bill Lazor at Brown, 1991 .......... 50-31-3 .. Ricky Rahne vs. Columbia, 1999 ..... 40-28-1 .. BillLazorvs.Yale,1991 ........... 44-22-1 .. Ricky Rahne at Bucknell, 2000 ...... 64-28-3 .. Ricky Rahne vs. Harvard, 2001 ...... 56-31-0 .. D.J Busch vs. Columbia, 2003 ....... 40-25-2 .. Nathan Ford at Harvard, 2006 ...... 20-33-1 .. Chris Cochrane at Yale, 1989 ...... 45-27-2 .. Ricky Rahne at Princeton, 1999 ..... 33-19-1 .. Ricky Rahne vs. Penn, 2000 ........ 60-28-3 .. Mick Razzano vs. Dartmouth, 2002 ... 33-20-1 ..

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Rushing Records MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS Game: 55 by Joe Holland at Harvard, 10-14-78 (244 yards) Season: 356 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 (1881 yards) Career: 922 by Chad Levitt, 1993-96 (4,657 yards) MOST YARDS GAINED Game: 288 by Scott Oliaro vs. Yale, 11-3-90 (35 att.) Season: 1,881 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 (356 att.) Career: 4,715 by Ed Marinaro, 1969-71 (918 att.) MOST YARDS GAINED PER GAME Season: 209.0 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 (1,881 in nine games) Career: 174.6 by Ed Marinaro, 1969-71 (4,715 in 27) MOST YARDS GAINED BY A QUARTERBACK Game: 207 by Gary Wood at Penn, 11-24-62 (31 att.) Season: 1,003 by Ryan Kuhn, 2005 (197 att.) Career: 2,156 by Gary Wood, 1961-63 (433 att.) HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH Game: 13.0 by Bill Scazzero at Columbia, 11-4-50 (12-156) (min. 10 att.) Season: 5.9 by Derrick Harmon, 1983 (216-1,276) (min. 150 att.) Career: 5.6 by Derrick Harmon, 1981-83 (546-3,074) (min. 250 att.) MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED BY RUSHING 5 by Ed Marinaro vs. Harvard, 10-18-69: by Ed Marinaro at Penn, 11-20-71 Season: 24 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 Career: 50 by Ed Marinaro, 1969-71

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MOST 100-YARD GAMES Season: 9 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 Career: 24byChadLevitt,1993-96(fr.-1,so.-8,jr.-8,sr.-7) MOST 200-YARD GAMES Season: 5 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 Career: 10 by Ed Marinaro, 1969-71 (so.-2, jr.-3, sr.-5) MOST CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD GAMES 10 by Ed Marinaro (last game of 1970 through 1971 season) MOST CONSECUTIVE 200-YARD GAMES 3 by Ed Marinaro (last game of 1970 and first two of 1971) MOST YARDS GAINED BY A FRESHMAN Game: 126 by Terry Smith at Columbia, 11-12-94 (13 att.) Season: 671 by Terry Smith, 1994 (118 att.) MOST YARDS GAINED BY A SOPHOMORE Game: 281 by Ed Marinaro vs Harvard, 10-18-69 (40 att.) Season: 1,409 by Ed Marinaro, 1969 (356 att.)

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MOST YARDS GAINED BY A JUNIOR Game: 288 by Scott Oliaro vs. Yale, 11-3-90 (35 att.) Season: 1,428 by Chad Levitt, 1995 (292 att.)

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MOST YARDS GAINED BY A SENIOR Game: 272 by Ed Marinaro vs Columbia, 10-30-71 (47 att.) Season: 1,881 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 (277 att.) SUPERLATIVES 100-Yard Games: Chad Levitt (24), Ed Marinaro (23), Derrick Harmon (13), John McNiff (11), Luke Siwula (9), Scott Malaga (8), Dan Malone (7), Deon Harris (6), Joe Holland (6), Pete Larson (6), Terry Smith (6), Gary Wood (6), Tony Baker (5), Jeff Johnson (5), Ryan Kuhn (5), Bo Roberson (5), Evan Simmons (5), Don Fanelli (4), Bob McAniff (4), Scott Oliaro (4), Bill Wilson (4), Pete Fitzpatrick (3), Rick Furbush (3), Dick Jackson (3), Art Boland (2), Craig Jaeger (2), Brad Kiesendahl (2), Rich Russo (2), John Tagliaferri (2), Ken Talton (2), Bob Baker, Guy Bedrosian, Frank Bradley, Horace Bradshaw, Ken Davis, Bill DeGraaf, Dwayne Dowtin, Bob Engel, Jeff Fleischmann, Ron Gervase, Neal Hall, Andre Hardaway, Joshua Johnston, Stu Merz, Bob Milne, Bill Scazarro, Kevin Scott, Matt Speicher, Brian Ulbricht, Steve Vago, Tom Weidenkopf, Bill Whelan. 200-Yard Games: Ed Marinaro (10), Chad Levitt (5), Derrick Harmon (2), Joe Holland (2), Scott Oliaro (1), Tom Weidenkopf (1), Gary Wood (1). 250-Yard Games: Ed Marinaro (4), Joe Holland (1), Scott Oliaro (1).

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SINGLE-GAME RUSHING Player, Opp., Year Scott Oliaro at Yale, 1990 ........... Ed Marinaro vs. Harvard, 1969 ........ Ed Marinaro vs. Columbia, 1971 ...... Joe Holland vs. Penn, 1978 .......... Ed Marinaro vs. Lehigh, 1970 ......... Ed Marinaro vs. Colgate, 1971 ........ Tom Weidenkopf at Dartmouth, 1979 .. Ed Marinaro at Rutgers, 1971 ........ Ed Marinaro at Rutgers, 1969 ........ Joe Holland at Harvard, 1978 ........ Chad Levitt vs. Dartmouth, 1996 ...... Ed Marinaro at Penn, 1971 .......... Ed Marinaro at Yale, 1971 ........... Chad Levitt at Harvard, 1994 ........ Ed Marinaro at Brown, 1970 ......... Derrick Harmon vs. Columbia, 1983 .... Chad Levitt at Yale, 1996 ........... Derrick Harmon vs. Yale, 1983 ........ Chad Levitt vs. Colgate, 1996 ........ Gary Wood at Penn, 1962 ........... Ed Marinaro at Princeton, 1970 ....... Chad Levitt at Brown, 1995 ..........

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Att. Avg. T D Yds 35 ... 8.2 ... 3 ... 288 40 ... 7.1 ... 5 ... 281 47 ... 5.8 ... 2 ... 272 38 ... 6.9 ... 4 ... 263 32 ... 8.2 ... 4 ... 260 43 ... 6.0 ... 4 ... 260 30 ... 8.2 ... 1 ... 247 38 ... 6.5 ... 4 ... 246 41 ... 6.0 ... 1 ... 245 55 ... 4.4 ... 4 ... 244 30 ... 8.1 ... 3 ... 241 42 ... 5.5 ... 5 ... 230 43 ... 5.3 ... 3 ... 230 30 ... 7.6 ... 1 ... 227 40 ... 5.6 ... 2 ... 225 34 ... 6.5 ... 2 ... 222 39 ... 5.6 ... 1 ... 218 25 ... 8.4 ... 4 ... 210 23 ... 9.1 ... 2 ... 209 31 ... 6.7 ... 2 ... 207 47 ... 4.3 ... 0 ... 203 27 ... 7.4 ... 2 ... 201

SEASON RUSHING Year Ed Marinaro ...... 1971 Chad Levitt ....... 1996 Chad Levitt ....... 1995 Ed Marinaro ...... 1970 Ed Marinaro ...... 1969 Joe Holland ....... 1978 Chad Levitt ....... 1994 Derrick Harmon .... 1983 Scott Malaga ...... 1988 Luke Siwula ....... 2005 Ryan Kuhn ........ 2005 John McNiff ....... 1990 PeteLarson ....... 1966 Dan Malone ...... 1972 Derrick Harmon .... 1982

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Att 356 ... 267 ... 292 ... 285 ... 277 ... 273 ... 275 ... 216 ... 256 ... 252 ... 197 ... 176 ... 206 ... 196 ... 157 ...

Avg. 5.3 ... 5.4 ... 4.9 ... 5.0 ... 5.1 ... 5.1 ... 4.8 ... 5.9 ... 4.3 ... 4.3 ... 5.1 ... 5.7 ... 4.8 ... 4.7 ... 5.8 ...

TD 24 ... 13 ... 13 ... 12 ... 14 ... 16 ... 12 ... 12 ... 12 ... 8 .... 12 ... 10 ... 9 .... 5 .... 9 ....

Yds 1,881 1,435 1,428 1,425 1,409 1,396 1,319 1,276 1,097 1,086 1,003 998 979 913 905

CAREER RUSHING Years Att Ed Marinaro ...... 1969-71 .. 918 Chad Levitt ....... 1993-96 .. 922 Derrick Harmon .... 1981-83 .. 546 John McNiff ....... 1989-91 .. 539 Gary Wood ....... 1961-63 .. 433 Luke Siwula ....... 2004-pr. .. 427 Scott Malaga ...... 1986-88 .. 461 Joe Holland ....... 1976-78 .. 370 PeteLarson ....... 1964-66 .. 354 ScottOliaro ....... 1989-92 .. 361

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Avg. TD 5.1 ... 50 5.1 ... 44 5.6 ... 26 4.7 ... 22 5.0 ... 19 4.6 ... 12 4.2 ... 14 4.7 ... 18 4.9 ... 19 4.7 ... 20

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Yds 4,715 4,657 3,074 2,557 2,156 1,978 1,925 1,755 1,751 1,713

LONGEST RUSHES 95 yards .................... John McNiff at Columbia, 1990 91 yards ........................ Art Boland at Penn, 1956 88 yards ..................... Chad Levitt vs. Colgate, 1996 87 yards ..................... Whit Baker at Princeton, 1939 86 yards ...................... Bernie Babula at Penn, 1949 85 yards ..................... Pete Larson vs. Colgate, 1966 84 yards ...................... BillKirk vs.Columbia,1949 83 yards ........................ Walt Kretz at Penn, 1946 81 yards .................... JeffJohnsonvs.Princeton,1986 81 yards ................ Stephen Liuzza vs. Dartmouth, 2006 80 yards ........................ Gary Wood vs. Yale, 1963 79 yards ...................... Ed Marinaro vs. Lehigh, 1970 79 yards ...................... Walt Scholl at Harvard, 1939 79 yards .................... Walt Scholl at Ohio State, 1939


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Receiving Records MOST PASSES CAUGHT Game: 15 by John Tagliaferri at Princeton, 11-23-85 Season: 89 by Eric Krawczyk, 1997 Career: 202 by Keith Ferguson, 1999-2002 MOST PASSES CAUGHT BY A WIDE RECEIVER Season: 89 by Eric Krawczyk, 1997 Career: 202 by Keith Ferguson, 1999-2002 MOST PASSES CAUGHT BY A TIGHT END Season: 37 by George Milosevic, 1972 Career: 56 by Dan Suren, 1980-82 MOST PASSES CAUGHT BY A RUNNING BACK Season: 61 by John Tagliaferri, 1985 Career: 113 by Justin Dunleavy, 1998-2001 MOST YARDS GAINED Game: 204 by Joe Splendorio at Brown, 10-2-99 (11 catches) Season: 1,042 by Eric Krawczyk, 1997 (89 catches) Career: 2,569 by Keith Ferguson, 1999-2002 (202 catches) HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER CATCH Season: 22.5 by Shaun Hawkins, 1986 (20-449) (min. 20 catches) Career: 20.5 by Shaun Hawkins, 1985-87 (58-1,187) (min. 40 catches) MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT 3 by Bill Murphy vs Princeton, 10-14-67; Eric Krawczyk at Dartmouth, 10-4-97 Season: 11 by Eric Krawczyk, 1997 Career: 20 by Joe Splendorio, 1997-2000 Game:

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES CATCHING A PASS Season: 10 by John Tagliaferri, 1985; Jim Perrello, 1985; Scott Oliaro, 1990; Mike Grant, 1991; Mike Jamin, 1992; Aaron Berryman, 1993; Pete Fitzpatrick, 1993; Ron Mateo, 1995; Steve Busch, 1995; Eric Krawczyk, 1995; Eric Krawczyk, 1996; Justin Bush, 1997; Eric Krawczyk, 1997; Joe Splendorio, 1998; Keith Ferguson, 1999; Joe Splendorio, 2000; Keith Ferguson, 2000; Keith Ferguson, 2002; John Kellner, 2002; John Kellner, 2003; Vic Yanz, 2003; Chad Nice, 2004; Brian Romney, 2004; Brian Romney, 2005. Career: 39 by Keith Ferguson, 1999-2002 MOST YARDS GAINED BY A FRESHMAN Game: 94 by Keith Ferguson vs. Fordham, 9-25-99 (4 catches) Season: 530 by Keith Ferguson, 1999 (41 catches) MOST YARDS GAINED BY A SOPHOMORE Game: 164 by Keith Ferguson vs. Princeton, 10-28-00 (8 catches) Season: 680 by Keith Ferguson, 2000 (41 catches) MOST YARDS GAINED BY A JUNIOR Game: 204 by Joe Splendorio at Brown, 10-2-99 (11 catches) Season: 944 by Joe Splendorio, 1999 (65 catches)

SUPERLATIVES 100-Yard Games: Eric Krawczyk (10), Joe Splendorio (9), Keith Ferguson (7), Mike Jamin (5), Steve Busch (4), Shaun Hawkins (3), Ron Mateo (3), Bill Murphy (3), Bruce Starks (3), Rick Furbush (2), Eamon McEneaney (2), George Milosevic (2), Chad Nice (2), Chris Ritter (2), Brian Romney (2), Vic Yanz (2), Aaron Berryman (1), Ned Burke (1), Ed Burnap (1), Erv Bratcher (1), Jack Corrigan (1), Pat Dutton (1), Stu Fullerton (1), Chris Hahn (1), Derrick Harmon (1), Tim Hermann (1), Craig Jaeger (1), John Kellner (1), Stu Merz (1), Scott Oliaro (1), Jim Perrello (1), Mike Ready (1). 150-Yard Games: Keith Ferguson (4), Mike Jamin (2), Aaron Berryman (1), Eric Krawczyk (1), Stu Merz (1), Bill Murphy (1), Chris Ritter (1), Joe Splendorio (1). 200-Yard Games: Joe Splendorio (1).

Rec. Avg. T D Yds 11 ... 18.5 .. 1 ... 204 14 ... 12.6 .. 0 ... 177 11 ... 15.9 .. 0 ... 175 14 ... 12.2 .. 2 ... 171 5 .... 32.8 .. 1 ... 164 8 .... 20.5 .. 1 ... 164 10 ... 16.3 .. 1 ... 163 7 .... 23.0 .. 0 ... 161 6 .... 25.8 .. 1 ... 155 3 .... 51.7 .. 0 ... 155 12 ... 12.8 .. 2 ... 154 7 .... 21.4 .. 1 ... 150 9 .... 16.4 .. 1 ... 148 12 ... 12.2 .. 3 ... 146 12 ... 12.0 .. 1 ... 144 13 ... 11.1 .. 0 ... 144 4 .... 35.5 .. 1 ... 142 13 ... 10.8 .. 1 ... 141 7 .... 20.0 .. 1 ... 140

SEASON RECEIVING YARDS Year EricKrawczyk ...... 1997 .. Joe Splendorio ..... 1999 .. BillMurphy ....... 1967 .. Keith Ferguson ..... 2002 .. Mike Jamin ....... 1992 .. EricKrawczyk ...... 1996 .. Brian Romney ..... 2004 .. Steve Busch ....... 1996 .. Ron Mateo ........ 1995 .. Keith Ferguson ..... 2000 .. Joe Splendorio ..... 1998 .. Chad Nice ........ 2004 .. Joe Splendorio ..... 2000 .. BruceStarks ....... 1974 .. JohnKellner ....... 2003 .. Steve Busch ....... 1995 .. JimPerrello ....... 1985 ..

Avg. 11.7 .. 14.5 .. 17.1 .. 12.2 .. 16.2 .. 14.8 .. 12.8 .. 12.6 .. 14.8 .. 16.6 .. 14.7 .. 15.2 .. 13.7 .. 13.2 .. 11.9 .. 21.5 .. 15.7 ..

Rec. 89 ... 65 ... 50 ... 70 ... 49 ... 53 ... 60 ... 57 ... 47 ... 41 ... 46 ... 43 ... 46 ... 47 ... 49 ... 27 ... 36 ...

CAREER RECEIVING YARDS Years Rec. Keith Ferguson ..... 1999-2002 202 .. Joe Splendorio ..... 1997-2000 165 .. EricKrawczyk ...... 1995-97 .. 176 .. JohnKellner ....... 2001-03 .. 116 .. Steve Busch ....... 1994-96 .. 91 ... BruceStarks ....... 1973-75 .. 92 ... Mike Jamin ....... 1990-92 .. 84 ... Ron Mateo ........ 1992-95 .. 95 ... Shaun Hawkins .... 1985-87 .. 58 ... Brian Romney ..... 2004-05 .. 98 ...

Avg. 12.7 14.1 13.0 13.0 15.8 13.3 15.2 13.0 20.5 11.7

TD 11 ... 10 ... 9 .... 2 .... 6 .... 5 .... 3 .... 4 .... 3 .... 5 .... 6 .... 4 .... 3 .... 2 .... 3 .... 4 .... 5 ....

Yds 1,042 944 853 852 794 786 766 720 695 680 677 652 630 619 582 581 566

TD .. 14 .. .. 20 .. .. 17 .. .. 8 ... .. 9 ... .. 5 ... .. 7 ... .. 9 ... .. 15 .. .. 5 ...

Yds 2,569 2,337 2,285 1,512 1,435 1,292 1,280 1,235 1,187 1,151

LONGEST RECEPTIONS 98 yards ........ Norman Dawson from Bob Dean vs. Navy, 1947 90 yards ............. Stu Merz from Rocco Calvo at Yale, 1951 88 yards .......... Steve Busch from Steve Joyce at Brown, 1995 79 yards ........... Jim Burry from Chris Metz vs. Harvard, 1979 79 yards .......... Chad Nice from D.J. Busch vs. Princeton, 2004 78 yards .......... Chad Levitt from Per Larson at Bucknell, 1994 77 yards ..... Tim LaBeau from Jay LaRochelle vs. Columbia, 1975 77 yards ........... Chad Nice from D.J. Busch at Harvard, 2004 76 yards ......... Chris Ritter from Bill Robertson at Brown, 1968 76 yards ....... Phil Taylor from Dave McKelvey at Harvard, 1959 75 yards ... George Milosevic from Mark Allen vs. Dartmouth, 1972 74 yards .......... Art Boland from Bill DeGraaf at Brown, 1955 72 yards ........ Terry Thomas from Chris Metz vs. Colgate, 1981

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MOST YARDS GAINED BY A SENIOR Game: 177 by Keith Ferguson at Brown, 10-26-02 (14 catches) Season: 1,042 by Eric Krawczyk, 1997 (89 catches)

SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING YARDS Player, Opp., Year Joe Splendorio at Brown, 1999 ....... Keith Ferguson at Brown, 2002 ....... Keith Ferguson vs. Dartmouth, 2002 .... Eric Krawczyk vs. Colgate, 1997 ....... Mike Jamin vs. Brown, 1992 .......... Keith Ferguson vs.Princeton, 2000 ..... Bill Murphy vs. Harvard, 1967 ........ Mike Jamin vs. Yale, 1991 ........... Aaron Berryman at Columbia, 1994 .... Stu Merz at Yale, 1951 ............. Keith Ferguson at Harvard, 2002 ...... Chris Ritter at Columbia, 1968 ....... Eric Krawczyk at Lafayette, 1996 ...... Eric Krawczyk at Dartmouth, 1997 ..... SteveBuschvs.Princeton,1996 ....... Steve Busch at Buffalo, 1996 ......... Chad Nice vs. Princeton, 2004 ........ Eric Krawczyk at Fordham, 1997 ...... Jack Corrigan vs. Harvard, 1973 .......

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Total Offense Records MOST PLAYS Game: 71 by Ricky Rahne at Bucknell, 9-16-00 Season: 552 by Ricky Rahne, 2000 Career: 1,448 by Ricky Rahne, 1998-2001 MOST YARDS GAINED 440 by Ricky Rahne at Brown, 10-21-00 (66 plays, -6 rushing, 446 passing) Season: 3,036 by Ricky Rahne, 2000 (552 plays, 92 rushing, 3,036 passing) Career: 7,994 by Ricky Rahne, 1998-2001 (1,448 plays, 284 rushing, 7,710 passing)

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HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY 10.9 by Gary Wood vs Princeton, 10-27-62 (31plays-337 yards) (min. 20 plays) Season: 6.8 by Steve Joyce, 1995 (319 plays-2,166 yards) (min. 175 plays) Career: 5.7 by Derrick Harmon, 1981-83 (558 plays-3,160 yards) (min. 330 plays) Game:

MOST TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR (TDs scored or passed for) Game: 5 by Ed Marinaro at Penn, 11-20-71 (scored 5, passed for 0) 5 by Ed Marinaro vs. Harvard, 10-18-69 (scored 5, passed for 0) 5 by Marty Sponaugle at Brown, 11-6-65 (scored 2, passed for 3) Season: 25 by Ricky Rahne, 1999 (scored 0, passed for 25) Career: 59 by Ricky Rahne, 1998-2001 (scored 5, passed for 54) MOST YARDS GAINED BY A FRESHMAN 126 by Terry Smith at Columbia, 11-12-94 (13 plays, 126 rushing, 0 passing) Season: 671 by Terry Smith, 1994 (118 plays, 671 rushing, 0 passing)

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MOST YARDS GAINED BY A SOPHOMORE 430 by Ricky Rahne at Brown, 10-2-99 (60 plays, -13 rushing, 443 passing) Season: 2,696 by Ricky Rahne, 1999 (432 plays, -66 rushing, 2,762 passing)

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MOST YARDS GAINED BY A JUNIOR 440 by Ricky Rahne at Brown, 10-21-2000 (66 plays, -6 rushing, 446 passing) Season: 3,036 by Ricky Rahne, 2000 (552 plays, 92 rushing, 2,944 passing) Game:

MOST YARDS GAINED BY A SENIOR 388 by Mark Allen at Penn, 11-24-73 (66 plays, -7 rushing, 395 passing) Season: 2,255 by Ricky Rahne, 2001 (457 plays, 271 rushing, 1,984 passing)

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SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE Year Plays Ricky Rahne .... 2000 .. 552 .. Ricky Rahne .... 1999 .. 432 .. BillLazor ...... 1992 .. 405 .. RIcky Rahne .... 2001 .. 457 .. Steve Joyce ..... 1995 .. 319 .. BillLazor ...... 1993 .. 403 .. Ryan Kuhn ..... 2005 .. 376 .. Mike Hood ..... 1998 .. 364 .. Ed Marinaro .... 1971 .. 356 .. Gary Wood ..... 1962 .. 290 .. Mick Razzano ... 2002 .. 369 .. Chris Cochrane .. 1990 .. 268 .. Kevin Sigler .... 1974 .. 299 .. Mark Allen ..... 1973 .. 368 .. ScottCarroll .... 1996 .. 286 .. D.J.Busch ...... 2004 .. 275 .. CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE Years Plays Ricky Rahne .. 1998-2001 1,448 . BillLazor .... 1991-93 .. 1,082 . Ed Marinaro .. 1969-71 .. 919 .. Chad Levitt .. 1993-96 .. 922 .. Gary Wood ... 1961-63 .. 744 .. Mark Allen ... 1971-73 .. 854 .. Mike Hood ... 1996-98 .. 731 .. Chris Cochrane 1988-90 .. 631 .. Derrick Harmon 1981-83 .. 558 .. ScottCarroll .. 1995-97 .. 548 ..

Rec. 51 ...... 163 ..... 270 ..... 407 ..... 129 .....

PR Kr 0 ..... 0 ..... 0 ..... 455 ... 5 ..... 19 .... 9 ..... 351 ... 0 ..... 0 .....

IR 0 ..... 0 ..... 0 ..... 0 ..... 0 .....

Yds 1,932 ..... 1,616 ..... 1,570 ..... 1,556 ..... 1,555 .....

Avg. 214.7 161.6 157.0 155.6 172.8

CAREER ALL-PURPOSE Years Chad Levitt .... 1993-96 Ed Marinaro .... 1969-71 Derrick Harmon . 1981-83 John McNiff .... 1989-91 Gary Wood* .... 1961-63

Rush 4,657 4,715 3,074 2,557 2,156

Rec. 379 ..... 232 ..... 679 ..... 375 ..... 22 ......

PR 0 ..... 0 ..... 5 ..... 0 ..... 126 ...

IR 0 ..... 0 ..... 0 ..... 0 ..... 0 .....

Yds 5,117 ..... 4,947 ..... 3,800 ..... 3,558 ..... 3,352 .....

Avg. 134.7 183.2 140.7 127.1 124.1

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Rush 92 ... -66 ... 174 .. 271 .. -89 ... 44 ... 1,003 . -3 .... 1,881 . 889 .. 108 .. 387 .. -35 ... -23 ... -48 ... -8 ....

Pass 2,944 . 2,762 . 2,206 . 1,984 . 2,255 . 2,030 . 1,008 . 1,910 . 0 .... 890 .. 1,556 . 1,266 . 1,648 . 1,590 . 1,583 . 1,534 .

Avg. Yds 5.5 .. 3,036 6.2 .. 2,696 5.9 .. 2,380 4.9 .. 2,255 6.8 .. 2,166 5.2 .. 2,074 5.3 .. 2,011 5.2 .. 1,907 5.3 .. 1,881 6.1 .. 1,779 4.5 .. 1,664 6.2 .. 1,653 5.4 .. 1,613 4.3 .. 1,567 5.4 .. 1,535 5.5 .. 1,526

Rush Pass 284 .... 7,710 . 281 .... 5,697 . 4,715 .. 0 .... 4,657 .. 0 .... 2,156 .. 1,891 . 613 .... 3,313 . 257 .... 3,406 . 544 .... 2,784 . 3,074 .. 86 ... -56 .... 2,961 .

Avg. 5.5 .. 5.5 .. 5.1 .. 5.1 .. 5.4 .. 4.6 .. 5.0 .. 5.3 .. 5.7 .. 5.3 ..

Yds 7,994 5,978 4,715 4,657 4,047 3,926 3,663 3,328 3,160 2,905

MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS GAINED (Yards gained rushing, receiving and runbacks) Game: 395 by Scott Oliaro at Yale, 11-3-90 (288 rush., 85 rec., 22 ret.) Season: 1,932 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 (1,881 rush., 51 rec.) Career: 5,117 by Chad Levitt, 1993-96 (4,657 rush., 379 rec., 81 ret.)

Rush 1,881 .... 998 ..... 1,276 .... 789 ..... 1,426 ....

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SINGLE-GAME TOTAL OFFENSE Player, Opp., Year Plays Rush Pass Avg. Yds Ricky Rahne at Brown, 2000 ...... 66 ... -6 .. 446 . 6.8 . 440 Ricky Rahne at Brown, 1999 ...... 60 .. -13 .. 443 . 7.4 . 430 Bill Lazor at Columbia, 1992 ...... 65 ... 9 ... 400 . 6.2 . 409 Ricky Rahne at Harvard, 2000 ..... 59 ... 5 ... 391 . 6.6 . 396 Mark Allen at Penn, 1973 ........ 66 ... -7 .. 395 . 6.0 . 388 Gary Wood at Penn, 1962 ........ 54 .. 207 .. 180 . 7.2 . 387 Ricky Rahne at Penn, 2000 ....... 70 ... 45 .. 306 . 5.0 . 351 Mick Razzano vs. Dartmouth, 2002 . 44 ... 38 .. 302 . 7.7 . 340 Scott Carroll at Buffalo, 1996 ..... 57 ... -6 .. 344 . 5.9 . 338 Gary Wood vs. Princeton, 1962 .... 31 .. 125 .. 212 . 10.7 . 337 D.J. Busch vs. Columbia, 2003 ..... 46 ... 14 .. 312 . 7.1 . 326 Steve Joyce at Brown, 1995 ....... 31 .. -16 .. 341 . 10.5 . 325 Bill Lazor vs. Yale, 1991 .......... 51 ... 7 ... 317 . 6.4 . 324 Ricky Rahne vs. Harvard, 1999 ..... 57 ... 25 .. 297 . 5.6 . 322 Bill Lazor at Brown, 1991 ........ 54 ... -4 .. 321 . 5.9 . 317 Ricky Rahne vs. Princeton, 2000 .... 60 ... 37 .. 279 . 5.3 . 316 Ricky Rahne vs. Columbia, 1999 ... 41 ... -8 .. 320 . 7.6 . 312 Mike Hood vs. Bucknell, 1998 ..... 47 ... 15 .. 296 . 6.6 . 311 Bill Lazor vs. Columbia, 1993 ..... 48 ... 27 .. 283 . 6.5 . 310 Ricky Rahne at Princeton, 1999 .... 35 ... 3 ... 307 . 8.9 . 310

SEASON ALL-PURPOSE Year Ed Marinaro .... 1971 ..... John McNiff .... 1990 ..... Derrick Harmon . 1983 ..... PeteFitzpatrick . 1993 ..... Ed Marinaro .... 1970 .....

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Scoring Records MOST POINTS SCORED Game: 32 by Ed Marinaro at Penn, 11-20-71 Season: 148 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 Career: 318 by Ed Marinaro, 1969-71 MOST TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS 5 by Ed Marinaro vs. Harvard, 10-18-69: by Ed Marinaro at Penn, 11-20-71 Season: 24 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 Career: 52 by Ed Marinaro, 1969-71

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MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 5 by Ed Marinaro vs. Harvard, 10-18-69: by Ed Marinaro at Penn, 11-20-71 Season: 24 by Ed Marinaro, 1971 Career: 50 by Ed Marinaro, 1969-71

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MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 4 by Mark Allen at Brown, 11-11-72; by Mark Allen vs. Columbia, 11-3-73; by Mike Hood vs. Buffalo, 10-3-98; by Ricky Rahne vs. Fordham, 9-25-99; by Ricky Rahne vs. Columbia, 11-13-99; by Ricky Rahne at Harvard, 10-7-00 Season: 25 by Ricky Rahne, 1999 Career: 54 by Ricky Rahne, 1998-2001

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MOST POINTS SCORED BY A KICKER Game: 14 by Mike Cochrane vs. Lafayette, 10-3-92 Season: 72 by A.J. Weitsman, 2005 Career: 148 by John McCombs, 1997-99 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 4 by Trevor MacMeekin vs. Yale, 9-25-04 Season: 14 by A.J. Weitsman, 2005 (16 attempts) Career: 26 by John McCombs, 1997-99 (35 attempts) MOST EXTRA POINTS MADE 7 by Keith Manz at Penn, 9-22-79; 7 by Pete Zogby at Lehigh, 10-2-65; 7 by Peter Iverson vs. Dartmouth, 11-4-00; 7 by A.J. Weitsman vs. Georgetown, 10-15-05 Season: 30 by Mathew Hepfer, 1990 (32 attempts); 30 by John McCombs, 1997 (31 attempts); 30 by A.J. Weitsman, 2005 (30 attempts) Career: 71 by Bill Kirk, 1949-51 (95 attempts); 71 by John Rodin, 1993-96 (77 attempts)

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MOST TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS Game: 2 by three players. Last: Dan Malone at Brown, 11-11-72 Season: 3 by Rick Furbush, 1970 Career: 3 by Derrick Harmon, 1981-83; Ed Marinaro, 1969-71; Rick Furbush, 1969-70

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TOUCHDOWNS Years Ed Marinaro, RB .... 1969-71 Chad Levitt, RB .... 1993-96 JeffFleischmann,HB . 1948-50 Derrick Harmon, RB . 1981-83 John McNiff, RB .... 1989-91 Pete Larson, HB .... 1964-66 ScottOliaro,RB .... 1989-92 DonFanelli,RB ..... 1973-75 Joe Splendorio, WR . 1997-00 Gary Wood, QB .... 1961-63 TOUCHDOWNS Year Ed Marinaro, RB .... 1971 Joe Holland, RB .... 1978 Chad Levitt, RB .... 1995 Ed Marinaro, RB .... 1969 Ed Marinaro, RB .... 1970 Chad Levitt, RB .... 1996 Chad Levitt, RB .... 1994 Derrick Harmon, RB . 1983 Scott Malaga, RB ... 1988 Ryan Kuhn, QB ..... 2005

Run 50 ... 44 ... 28 ... 26 ... 22 ... 19 ... 20 ... 21 ... 0 .... 18 ...

Rec. 2 .... 4 .... 0 .... 2 .... 1 .... 3 .... 2 .... 0 .... 20 ... 0 ....

Ret. 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 1 ....

TDs 52 48 28 28 23 22 22 21 20 19

Run 24 ... 16 ... 13 ... 14 ... 12 ... 13 ... 12 ... 12 ... 12 ... 12 ...

Rec. 0 .... 0 .... 2 .... 0 .... 2 .... 1 .... 1 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 ....

Ret. 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 ....

TDs 24 16 15 14 14 14 13 12 12 12

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CAREER KICKING POINTS Years John McCombs ..... 1997-99 .. John Rodin ......... 1993-96 .. JohnKillian ........ 1969-71 .. PeterIverson ....... 1998-01 .. A.J. Weitsman ...... 2002-05 .. Mike Cochrane ..... 1991-92 .. Trevor MacMeekin ... 2002-04 .. Pete Zogby ........ 1965-67 .. Pete Gogolak ....... 1961-63 .. BillKirk ........... 1949-51 .. Tom Aug .......... 1985-86 ..

PAT 70-72 71-77 60-66 53-56 42-42 33-38 34-39 50-62 54-55 71-95 32-37

FG ... 26-35 .... ... 25-45 .... ... 17-36 .... ... 14-26 .... ... 17-25 .... ... 19-31 .... ... 17-29 .... ... 11-22 .... ... 9-27 ..... ... 2 ....... ... 14-30 ....

Pts. 148 146 111 95 93 90 85 83 81 77 74

SCORING Year 1971 1978 1995 1970 1996 1969 1994 1983 1988 2005 2005

Rush Pass Other PAT-K PAT-R/P FG SAF Pts ....... 24 ....... 0 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 1-r,1-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 148 ....... 16 ....... 0 ..... 0 ....... 0 ....... 0 ........ 0 ..... 0 ..... 96 ....... 13 ....... 2 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 1-r,0-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 92 ....... 14 ....... 0 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 1-r,0-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 86 ....... 13 ....... 1 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 1-r,0-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 84 ....... 14 ....... 0 ..... 0 ....... 0 ....... 0 ........ 0 ..... 0 ..... 84 ....... 12 ....... l..... 0 ....... 0 ....... 0 ........ 0 ..... 0 ..... 78 ....... 12 ....... 0 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 1-r,0-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 74 ....... 12 ....... 0 ..... 0 ....... 0 ....... 0 ........ 0 ..... 0 ..... 72 ....... 12 ....... 0 ..... 0 ....... 0 ....... 0 ........ 0 ..... 0 ..... 72 ........ 0 ....... 0 ..... 0 ..... 30-30 ..... 0 ....... 14-16 ... 0 ..... 72

CAREER SCORING Ed Marinaro .......... Chad Levitt .......... Derrick Harmon ....... Jeff Fleischmann ....... John McCombs ........ John Rodin ........... John McNiff .......... Pete Larson ........... Scott Oliaro .......... Don Fanelli ...........

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Rush Pass Other PAT-K PAT-R/P FG SAF Pts .... 50 ....... 2 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 2-r,1-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 318 .... 44 ....... 4 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 2-r,0-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 292 .... 26 ....... 2 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 3-r,0-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 174 .... 28 ....... 0 ..... 0 ....... 0 ....... 0 ........ 0 ..... 0 ..... 168 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 0 ..... 70-72 ..... 0 ....... 26-35 ... 0 ..... 148 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 0 ..... 71-77 ..... 0 ....... 25-45 ... 0 ..... 146 .... 22 ....... 1 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 1-r,0-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 140 .... 19 ....... 3 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 1-r,0-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 134 .... 20 ....... 2 ..... 0 ....... 0 ....... 0 ........ 0 ..... 0 ..... 132 .... 21 ....... 0 ..... 0 ....... 0 ..... 0-r,1-p ...... 0 ..... 0 ..... 128

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Defensive Records TACKLES (officially recorded since 1977) MOST TACKLES Game: 27 by Chris Zingo at Brown, 11-2-91 Season: 179 by Chris Zingo, 1992 Career: 530 by John Hanson, 1995-98 MOST TACKLES BY A LINEMAN Season: 88 by Kevin McCarthy, 1982; Steve Duca, 1981 Career: 185 by Steve Duca, 1980-82 MOST TACKLES BY A LINEBACKER Season: 179 by Chris Zingo, 1992 Career: 530 by John Hanson, 1995-98 MOST TACKLES BY A DEFENSIVE BACK Season: 132 by Chris Allen, 1996 Career: 331 by Chris Allen, 1994-97

PASS DEFENSE MOST INTERCEPTIONS Game: 3 by Scott Walter vs Brown, 10-16-82; Scott Walter at Columbia, 11-13-82; Dave Kimichik at Columbia, 11-15-80; Chris Hanson at Fordham, 9-24-94; Doug Knopp vs. Holy Cross, 9-23-95 Season: 8 by Scott Walter, 1982; Chris Hanson, 1994 Career: 15 by Hillary Chollet, 1945-46, 48-49 MOST YARDS ON INTERCEPTION RETURNS Game: 120 by Carl Holland vs Syracuse, Nov. 8, 1947 (2 INTs) Season: 169 by Jim Frontero, 1986 (7 INTs) Career: 218 by Hillary Chollet, 1945-46 and 1948-49 (15 INTs) MOST TOUCHDOWNS ON INTERCEPTION RETURNS Career: 2 by Rip Haley, 1949; Chip Ruth, 1966-68; Chris Mazoue, 1989-91 MOST PASSES BROKEN UP Season: 15 by Mike Raich, 1985 Career: 32 by Mike Raich, 1985-87 99 yards 97 yards 95 yards 81 yards 74 yards 72 yards 71 yards

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS ......................... Mark Broderick vs. Brown, 1990 ............................... Ken Davis at Army, 1942 .......................... Carl Holland vs. Syracuse, 1947 ...................... Keith Cummins at Dartmouth, 1967 ........................... Jim Frontero vs. Brown, 1986 ............................. Chip Ruth at Brown, 1968 ........................... John Webster at Brown, 1958

SACKS (officially recorded since 1977) MOST QUARTERBACK SACKS Season: 12 by Tom McHale, 1986 Career: 19 by Seth Payne, 1993-96 MOST SACKS BY A LINEMAN Season: 12 by Tom McHale, 1986 Career: 19 by Seth Payne, 1993-96 MOST SACKS BY A LINEBACKER Season: 8 by Chris Zingo, 1992 Career: 18 by Chris Zingo, 1991-93

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MOST SACKS BY A DEFENSIVE BACK Season: 4 by Brent Felitto, 1986; Gerry Willinger, 1990 Career: 5 by Brent Felitto, 1985-87

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John Hanson .... Chris Zingo .... JohnVitullo ..... Mike Scully ..... Mitch Lee ...... Chris Allen ..... Jim DeStefano .. Seth Payne ..... Tom Bernardo .. Tom Nunes .....

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Solo Assists Sacks 127 ... 52 .... 8 ..... 106 ... 67 .... 4 ..... 112 ... 48 .... 6 ..... 108 ... 49 .... 1 ..... 90 .... 64 .... 2 ..... 98 .... 51 .... 2 ..... 95 .... 45 .... 0 ..... 100 ... 35 .... 1 ..... 67 .... 67 .... 0 ..... 74 .... 58 .... 0 .....

Totals 179 173 160 157 154 149 140 135 134 132

Years 1995-98 1991-93 1992-95 1981-83 1987-89 1994-97 1978-80 1993-96 1984-86 1995-98

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Solo Assists Sacks 359 ... 171 ... 5 ..... 345 ... 167 ... 18 .... 257 ... 149 ... 3 ..... 193 ... 156 ... 3 ..... 225 ... 107 ... 5 ..... 188 ... 143 ... 0 ..... 160 ... 153 ... 10 .... 109 ... 184 ... 19 .... 155 ... 136 ... 0 ..... 206 ... 71 .... 1 .....

Totals 530 512 406 349 332 331 313 293 291 277

SEASON INTERCEPTIONS Year Chris Hanson ...... 1994 Scott Walter ....... 1982 Jim Frontero ....... 1986 Dick Jackson ....... 1954 Dave Kimichik ..... 1980 Pete Knight ....... 1972 Frank Farace ....... 1984 Doug Knopp ...... 1995 PaulTully ......... 1989

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INT Yards 8 ....... 83 ....... 8 ....... 40 ....... 7 ....... 169 ...... 7 ....... 83 ....... 7 ....... 19 ....... 7 ....... 96 ....... 6 ....... 68 ....... 6 ....... 6 ........ 6 ....... 70 .......

Avg. 10.4 5.0 24.2 11.9 2.7 13.7 11.3 1.0 11.7

CAREER INTERCEPTIONS Years HillaryChollet ..... 1945-49 ... Doug Knopp ...... 1993-95 ... Rip Haley ......... 1948-50 ... Dave Kimichik ..... 1980-81 ... Dick Meade ....... 1953-55 ... Mike Raich ........ 1985-87 ... Dick Jackson ....... 1953-55 ... PaulTully ......... 1988-90 ... Frank Farace ....... 1982-84 ... Jim Frontero ....... 1984-86 ...

INT Yards 15 ...... 218 ...... 13 ...... 33 ....... 11 ...... 162 ...... 11 ...... 42 ....... 11 ...... 75 ....... 11 ...... 83 ....... 10 ...... 124 ...... 10 ...... 70 ....... 9 ....... 96 ....... 9 ....... 193 ......

Avg. 14.5 2.5 14.7 3.8 6.8 7.5 12.4 7.0 10.6 21.4

SEASON SACKS Tom McHale ...... Bob Garvey ........ Kevin McCarthy .... Bob Weggler ...... Seth Payne ........ Gary Rinkus ........ Kevin Marcus ...... StuartTross ....... Chris Zingo ....... Pete Combe ....... CAREER SACKS

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Year 1992 1993 1991 1988 1996 1977 1997 1998 1983 1996

Chris Zingo ....... Chris Zingo ....... Chris Zingo ....... Mitch Lee ......... John Hanson ....... Terry Lee ......... John Hanson ....... John Hanson ....... Mike Scully ........ Chris Allen ........ CAREER TACKLES

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Year 1986 1993 1982 1978 1996 1986 1991 1987 1992 2002

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Pos. DE ........... LB ........... DE ........... DE ........... D T ........... DL ........... DL ........... DL ........... DE ........... DE ...........

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Special Teams Records PUNT RETURNS MOST PUNT RETURNS Game: 8 by Dan Jystad at Harvard, 10-11-86 8 by Peter Knight at Princeton, 11-25-72 Season: 34 by Brian Romney, 2004 Career: 63 by Brian Romney, 2004-05 MOST YARDS ON PUNT RETURNS Game: 113 by Hillary Chollet vs. Niagara, 9-24-49 (5 returns) Season: 261 by Hillary Chollet, 1949 (22 returns) Career: 606 by Keith Cummins, 1967-69 (44 returns) HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER PUNT RETURN Game: 25.7 by Chris Allen vs. Yale, 11-8-97 (3-77) (min. 3 returns) Season: 14.7 by Walter Kretz, 1946 (15-220) (min. 9 returns) Career: 13.8 by Keith Cummins, 1967-69 (44-606) (min. 18 returns)

PUNTING MOST PUNTS Season: 69 by Bill Arthur, 1968 (2,583 yds., 37.4 avg.); 69 by Mike Baumgartel, 2004 (2,449 yds., 35.5 avg.); Career: 244 by Mike Baumgartel, 2001-04 (8,774 yds., 37.0 avg.) MOST PUNTING YARDS Season: 2,610 by Charles Watson, 1998 (64 punts, 40.8 avg.) Career: 8,774 by Mike Baumgartel, 2001-04 (244 punts, 37.0 avg.) PUNTING AVERAGE Season: 40.78 by Charles Watson, 1998 (64 punts, 2,610 yds.) Career: 39.7 by Charles Watson, 1995-98 (187 punts, 7,416 yds.)

KICK BLOCKS BLOCKED KICKS Season: 4 by Ed Groszewski, 1991 Career: 6 by Joel Sussman, 2001-05

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KICKOFF RETURNS MOST KICKOFF RETURNS Game: 9 by Vince Bates at Brown, 10-21-00 Season: 40 by Vince Bates, 2000 Career: 79 by Vince Bates, 1999-2002 MOST YARDS ON KICKOFF RETURNS Game: 198 by Vince Bates at Brown, 10-21-00 (9 returns) Season: 814 by Vince Bates, 2000 (40 returns) Career: 1,443 by Vince Bates, 1999-2002 (79 returns) HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RETURN Game: 52.7 by Bob Baker vs. Yale, 10-24-64 (3-158) (min. 3 returns) Season: 35.1 by Bob Baker, 1964 (11-386) (min. 9 returns) Career: 27.7 by Bob Baker, 1962-64 (23-636) (min. 20 returns)

PLACE-KICKING MOST POINTS SCORED BY A KICKER Game: 14 by Mike Cochrane vs. Lafayette, 10-3-92 Season: 72 by A.J. Weitsman, 2005 Career: 148 by John McCombs, 1997-99 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 6 by Mike Cochrane vs. Lehigh, 9-26-92 Season: 23 by Dave Quarles, 1987; Mike Cochrane, 1992 Career: 45 by John Rodin, 1993-96 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 4 by Trevor MacMeekin vs. Yale, 9-25-04 (4 attempts) Season: 14 by A.J. Weitsman, 2005 (16 attempts) Career: 26 by John McCombs, 1997-99 (35 attempts)

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MOST EXTRA POINTS ATTEMPTED Game: 8 by Bill Kirk vs. Columbia, 10-29-49 Season: 41 by Bill Kirk, 1949; 41 by A.J. Weitsman, 2005 Career: 95 by Bill Kirk, 1949-51

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LONGEST FIELD GOALS ................ John Killian vs. Columbia, 1969 .............. Tim McDermott vs. Harvard, 1993 .................. John Rodin vs. Harvard, 1995 .................. BillGoldyvs.Princeton,1984 ................. Pete Gogolak vs. Lehigh, 1963 ................. PeterBaccilevs.Harvard,1983 ................... Andy Bednar vs. Penn, 1988 ................ A.J. Weitsman vs. Colgate, 2005

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS 100 yards ................ Bo Roberson at Colgate, 1956 99 yards .................... Pete Larson vs. Yale, 1966 98 yards ................ Chris Ritter vs. Dartmouth, 1966 98 yards ............... Dick Jackson vs. Dartmouth, 1954 97 yards .................. Dan Malone vs. Lehigh, 1973 97 yards ................ Barrett Rosser at Harvard, 1972 90 yards 82 yards 80 yards 80 yards 73 yards

LONGEST PUNT RETURNS .................... Dan Walker at Penn, 1967 .................. Mike Raich vs Lafayette, 1987 ............... Keith Cummins vs Colgate, 1969 ................... Bill Kirk vs Dartmouth, 1950 ................ Vincent Bates vs. Harvard, 1999

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LONGEST PUNTS ................... Bob Dean vs. Colgate, 1948 ............. Mike Baumgartel vs. Harvard, 2001 ................ Mike Baumgartel vs. Yale, 2002 ............. Charles Watson at Dartmouth, 1997 .............. Charles Watson vs. Princeton, 1997 ............. Charles Watson vs. Dartmouth, 1998

MOST EXTRA POINTS MADE 7 by Keith Manz at Penn, 9-22-79; 7 by Pete Zogby at Lehigh, 102-65; 7 by Peter Iverson vs. Dartmouth, 11-4-00; 7 by A.J. Weitsman vs. Gerogetown, 10-15-05 Season: 30 by Mathew Hepfer, 1990 (32 attempts); 30 by John McCombs, 1997 (31 attempts); 30 by A.J. Weitsman, 2005 (30 attempts) Career: 71 by Bill Kirk, 1949-51 (95 attempts); 71 by John Rodin, 1993-96 (77 attempts)

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MOST CONSECUTIVE EXTRA POINTS MADE Career: 44 by Pete Gogolak, Nov. 18, 1961 through 1963 MOST TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS Game: 2 by three players. Last: Dan Malone at Brown, 11-11-72 Season: 3 by Rick Furbush, 1970 Career: 3 by Derrick Harmon, 1981-83; Ed Marinaro, 1969-71; Rick Furbush, 1969-70

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HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF EXTRA POINTS MADE Season: 1.000 by A.J. Weitsman, 2005 (30-30); Keith Manz, 1978 (23-23); John McCombs, 1999 (22-22); Pete Gogolak, 1962 (20-20); Pete Gogolak, 1963 (18-18); Peter Iverson, 2001 (21-21) (min. 15 made) Career: 1.000 by A.J. Weitsman, 2002-05 (42-42) (min. 35 made)

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Cornell Team Records Team Game Records TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays: 103 vs. Colgate, 9-30-72 (37-7) Most Yards Gained: 640 at Brown, 10-28-95 (3828) Highest Average Gain Per Play: 8.3 vs. Princeton, 10-27-62, 50 plays, 415 yds (35-34) RUSHING Most Rushes: 83 vs. Colgate, 9-30-72 (37-7) Most Yards Gained: 484 vs. Penn, 11-18-78 (35-17) Highest Average Gain Per Rush: 7.4 vs. Penn, 1118-78 (35-17) PASSING Most Passes Attempted: 64 at Bucknell, 9-16-00 (15-38) Most Passes Completed: 41 vs. Colgate, 9-27-97 (38-44 OT) Most Yards Gained: 446 at Brown, 10-21-00 (4056) Most Passes Had Intercepted: 7 at Princeton, 11-2187 (6-23) Highest Percentage Completed: (min. 15 att.) .813 vs. Princeton, 10-27-62 (35-34) Most Touchdown Passes: 5 at Penn, 11-22-03 (759); at Brown, 10-21-00 (40-56) INTERCEPTIONS Most Interceptions: 6 at Columbia, 11-15-80 (240); vs. Columbia, 10-29-49 (54-0) Most Yards on Interception Returns: 133 vs. Syracuse, 11-8-47 (12-6) PUNT RETURNS Most Punt Returns: 8 on 3 occasions; Last: at Harvard, 10-11-86 (3-0) Most Yards on Punt Returns: 157 vs. Bucknell, 928-46 (21-0) KICKOFF RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns: 10 at Princeton, 10-27-51 (15-53) Most Yards on Kickoff Returns: 228 at Princeton, 10-26-63 (14-51)

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SCORING (modern - since 1937) Most Points Scored: 57 at Columbia, 10-31-64 (5720); 57 vs. Georgetown, 10-15-05 (57-7) Most Points Scored in One Quarter: 35 at Brown, 11-11-72 (2nd) Most Points Scored in One Half: 41 at Brown, 1111-72(first) Most Touchdowns Scored: 8 at Columbia, 10-3164 (57-20); vs. Columbia, 10-29-49 (54-0) Most Extra Points Made by Kicking: 7 at Lehigh, 102-65 (49-13); at Penn, 9-22-79 (52-13); vs. Dartmouth, 11-4-00 (49-31); vs. Georgetown, 1015-05 (57-7) Most Field Goals Made: 4 vs. Yale, 9-25-2004 (19-7)

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FIRST DOWNS Most First Downs: 31 vs. Merchant Marine, 10-3082 (34-0); vs. Colgate, 9-25-71 (38-20); at Columbia, 11-14-92 (30-35); vs. Columbia, 11-15-97 (3322) Most First Downs Rushing: 25 vs. Colgate, 9-25-71 (38-20) Most First Downs Passing: 26 at Columbia, 11-1492 (30-35) Most First Downs by Penalty: 5 vs. Brown, 11-1167 (14-14); at Dartmouth, 10-4-97 (20-24); vs. Penn, 11-19-88 (19-6) PUNTING Most Punts: 24 vs. Penn State, 10-17-42 (0-0) Highest Average Per Punt (min. 5 att.): 51.4 vs. Dartmouth, 10-24-98 (14-11) FUMBLES Most Fumbles: 9 at Michigan, 11-8-52 (7-49); vs. Navy, 10-4-52 (7-31) Most Fumbles Lost: 6 on three occasions; Last: vs. Navy, 10-4-52 (7-31) PENALTIES Most Penalties: 16 at Harvard, 10-8-49 (33-14); at Yale, 11-9-85 (20-14) Most Yards Penalized: 160 at Yale, 11-9-85 (20-14) TOTAL DEFENSE Fewest Plays Allowed: 23 vs. Lehigh, 9-27-47 (270) Fewest Yards Allowed: 41 vs. Lehigh, 9-27-47 (270) Fewest First Downs Allowed: 3 at Harvard, 10-1764 (0-16); vs. Lehigh, 9-27-47 (27-0) RUSHING DEFENSE Fewest Rushes Allowed: 17 vs. Columbia, 11-12-05 (45-7) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed: -62 vs. New York Univ., 9-25-48 (47-6) PASSING DEFENSE Fewest Attempts Allowed: 0 vs. Dartmouth, 11-1558 (15-32) Fewest Completions Allowed: 0 vs. Dartmouth, 1115-58 (15-32); at Penn, 11-25-64 (33-0) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed: 0 vs. Dartmouth, 1115-58 (15-32); at Penn, 11-25-64 (33-0) TURNOVERS Most Fumbles Caused: 10 vs. Colgate, 9-30-72 (377) Most Fumbles Recovered: 5,many times; Last: vs. Colgate, 9-30-72 (37-7)

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Team Season Records TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays: 782 in 1997 (6-4) Most Yards: 4,199 in 1995 (6-4) Highest Average Gain per Play: 5.94 in 1940, 496 plays, 2,945 yds (6-2-0) RUSHING Most Rushes: 570 in 2005 (6-4) Most Yards Gained: 2,884 in 1971 (8-1) Highest Average Gain Per Rush: 5.14 in 1949 (81) PASSING Most Passes Attempted: 482 in 2000 (5-5) Most Passes Completed: 269 in 1997 (6-4) Most Yards Gained: 2,944 in 2000 (5-5) Most Passes Had Intercepted: 26 in 1987 (5-5) Highest Percentage Completed: .606 in 1990 (73) Most Touchdown Passes: 26 in 1999 (7-3) INTERCEPTIONS Most Interceptions: 25 in 1939 (8-0) Most Yards on Interception Returns: 355 in 1949 (8-1) PUNT RETURNS Most Punt Returns: 47 in 1986 (8-2) Most Yards on Punt Returns: 461 in 1946 (5-3-1) KICKOFF RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns: 56 in 2000 (5-5) Most Yards on Kickoff Returns: 1,019 in 2000 (55) SCORING (modern - since 1937) Most Points Scored: 284 in 1949 (record 8-1) Most Touchdowns Scored: 42 in 1949 (8-1) Most Extra Points Made by Kicking: 30 in 1990 (73); 1997 (6-4); 2005 (6-4) Most Field Goals Made: 14 in 2005 (6-4) Most Field Goals Attempted: 23 in 1987 (5-5); 1992 (7-3) FIRST DOWNS Most First Downs: 224 in 1997 (6-4) Most First Downs Rushing: 145 in 1971 (8-1) Most First Downs Passing: 144 in 2000 (5-5) Most First Downs by Penalty: 24 in 1997 (6-4) PUNTING Most Punts: 80 1952 (2 7) Highest Average Per Punt: 40.2

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FUMBLES Most Fumbles: 51 1952 (2 7) Most Fumbles Lost: 25 1952 (2 7), 1950 (7 2) PENALTIES Most Penalties: 86 1949 (8 1) Most Yards Penalized: 740 1989 (4 6) TURNOVERS Most Turnovers: 43 in 1987 (17 fumbles, 26 interceptions)

MISCELLANEOUS CATEGORIES Most Games Played: 12 in 1901 (11-1) Most Victories: 11 in 1901 (11-1) Most Losses: 9 in 2003 (1-9) Most Games Tied: 2 in 1906 (8-1-2), 1927 (3-3-2), 1928 (3-3-2) Undefeated Seasons: 5 — 1915 (9-0), 1921 (8-0), 1922 (8-0), 1923 (8-0), 1939 (8-0) Most Consecutive Victories: 26 (19211924) Most Consecutive Losses: 10 (1975-76); 10 (2004-05) Most Consecutive Games Without Being Shutout: 69 (Sept. 28, 1991-Nov. 22, 1997)


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Opponent Team Records Game Records Most Plays: 97 at Brown, 10-21-2000 (40-56) Most Yards Gained: 690 at Brown, 10-21-00 (4056) Highest Average Gain Per Play: 8.4 at Harvard, 1012-02, 66 plays, 553 yards (23-52) RUSHING Most Rushes: 69 vs. Colgate, 10-19-96 (21-31) Most Yards Gained: 415 vs. Yale, 9-28-2002 (2350) Highest Average Gain Per Rush: 7.9 vs. Brown, 1020-01, 29 rushes, 228 yards (21-49) PASSING Most Passes Attempted: 58 vs. Dartmouth, 11-9-02 (21-19) Most Passes Completed: 37 vs. Dartmouth, 11-902 (21-19) Most Yards Gained: 443 at Brown, 10-21-00 (4056) Most Passes Had Intercepted: 6 at Columbia, 1115-80 (24-0); vs. Columbia, 10-29-49 (54-0) Highest Percentage Completed: (min. 15 att.) .794 vs. Penn, 11-18-00 (15-45) Most Touchdown Passes: 5 at Penn, 11-22-03 (759); 5 at Yale, 9-24-05 (17-37) INTERCEPTIONS Most Interceptions: 7 at Princeton, 11-21-87 (623) MostYardsonInterceptionReturns:127atPrinceton, 11-21-87 (6-23) PUNT RETURNS Most Punt Returns: 7 at Yale, 9-22-01 (13-40); 7 at Princeton, 11-1-03 (6-28) Most Yards on Punt Returns: 182 vs. Georgetown, 10-18-03 (20-42) KICKOFF RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns: 9 vs. Lafayette, 10-3-92 (4433) Most Yards on Kickoff Returns: 222 vs. Brown, 1022-05 (24-38) SCORING (modern - since 1937) Most Points Scored: 60 vs. Colgate, 9-24-83 (7-60) Most Points Scored in One Quarter: 28 at Penn, 1122-03 (1st) Most Points Scored in One Half: 42 at Brown, 1021-00(first) Most Touchdowns Scored: 8 at Colgate, 10-16-99 (16-55); at Brown, 10-21-00 (40-56); at Penn, 1122-03 (7-59) Most Extra Points Made by Kicking: 8 at Brown, 1021-00 (40-56); at Penn, 11-22-03 (7-59) Most Field Goals Made: 5 at Brown, 10-19-85 (022)

PUNTING Most Punts: 11 vs. Dartmouth, 11-6-04 (14-7); 11 vs. Harvard, 10-9-93 (27-0) Highest Average Per Punt (min. 5 att.): 49.0 at Princeton, 9-19-98 (0-6) FUMBLES Most Fumbles: 10 vs. Colgate, 9-30-72 (37-7) Most Fumbles Lost: 5,many times; Last: vs. Princeton, 9-22-84 (9-17)

TOTAL DEFENSE Fewest Plays Allowed: 49 vs.Northeastern, 9-30-89 (0-20) Fewest Yards Allowed: 88 vs. Brown, 10-31-98 (720) Fewest First Downs Allowed: 7 vs. Brown, 10-3198 (7-20) RUSHING DEFENSE Fewest Rushes Allowed: 13 at Brown, 10-21-00 (40-56) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed: -25 at Brown, 1022-99 (33-28) PASSING DEFENSE Fewest Attempts Allowed: 7 vs. Columbia, 11-1283 (31-6) Fewest Completions Allowed: 2 vs. Lehigh, 10-194 (21-17) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed: 23 vs. Lehigh, 101-94 (21-17) TURNOVERS Most Fumbles Caused: 9 at Michigan, 11-8-52 (749); vs. Navy, 10-4-52 (7-31) Most Fumbles Recovered: 6 on three occasions; Last: vs. Navy, 10-4-52 (7-31)

Individual Game RUSHING Attempts: 42 by Dom Fischer, Colgate, 1969; 42 by Jordan Scott, Colgate, 2005 Yards: 282 by Jabu Powell, Bucknell, 2000 PASSING Attempts: 53 by Bill Pienias, Brown, 1992 Completions: 33 by Chad Andrzejewski, Columbia, 1992 Yards: 422 by Eric Webber, Brown, 2000 Completion Percentage: .882 by Dick Kazmaier, Princeton, 1951 Touchdowns: 6 by A.J. “Swede” Oberlander, Dartmouth, 1925 Touchdowns (since 1947): 5 by Mike Mitchell, Penn, 2003; 5 by Jeff Mroz, Yale, 2005. RECEIVING Catches: 14 by Bob Farnham, Brown, 1975; 14 by Scott Wedum, Dartmouth, 2002 Yards: 252 by Karl Hall, Penn, 1981 Touchdowns: 4 by Dan Castles, Penn, 2003 TOTAL OFFENSE Plays: 71 by Brian Mann, Dartmouth, 2002 Yards: 447 by Marty Domres, Columbia, 1968

TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays: 787 in 1981 Most Yards: 4,785 in 2003 Highest Average Gain per Play: 6.35 in 2000, 754 plays, 4,785 yards RUSHING Most Rushes: 541 in 1976 Most Yards Gained: 2,391 in 2000 Highest Average Gain Per Rush: 5.30 in 2000, 451 rushes, 2,391 yards PASSING Most Passes Attempted: 332 in 1987 Most Passes Completed: 203 in 2002 Most Yards Gained: 2,394 in 2000 Most Passes Had Intercepted: 20 in 1954, 1980, 1994 Highest Percentage Completed: .657 in 2002 Most Touchdown Passes: 22 in 2003 INTERCEPTIONS Most Interceptions: 26 in 1987 Most Yards on Interception Returns: 311 in 1951 (16 INTs) PUNT RETURNS Most Punt Returns: 45 in 1968 Most Yards on Punt Returns: 505 in 1968 (45 returns) KICKOFF RETURNS Most Kickoff Returns: 50 in 1990 Most Yards on Kickoff Returns: 1,002 in 1949 (48 returns) SCORING (modern - since 1937) Most Points Scored: 334 in 2000 Most Touchdowns Scored: 44 in 2000 Most Extra Points Made by Kicking: 37 in 2000 Most Field Goals Made: 18 in 1985 Most Field Goals Attempted: 23 in 1985 FIRST DOWNS Most First Downs: 229 in 2000 Most First Downs Rushing: 126 in 1981 Most First Downs Passing: 103 in 1992, 2000 Most First Downs by Penalty: 20 in 1989 PUNTING Most Punts: 74 1986 Most Yards: 2,584 2004 (71 Highest Average Per Punt: 38.8 2,015 )

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FIRST DOWNS Most First Downs: 31 at Harvard, 10-12-02 (2352); 31 at Dartmouth, 9-18-99 (17-20); 31 vs. Columbia, 11-5-97 (33-22) Most First Downs Rushing: 22 vs. Dartmouth, 1026-85 (17-20) Most First Downs Passing: 18 vs. Colgate, 9-27-97 (38-44, OT); at Columbia, 11-14-92 (30-35); vs. Brown, 10-31-92 (16-6) Most First Downs by Penalty: 5 vs. Dartmouth, 104-97 (20-24)

PENALTIES Most Penalties: 16 vs. Colgate, 9-24-88 (17-14) Most Yards Penalized: 132 vs. Colgate, 9-24-88 (17-14)

Season Records

SCORING Points: 30 by Eugene Rossides, Columbia, 1945 Touchdowns: 5 by Eugene Rossides, Columbia, 1945 Field Goals: 5 by Chris Ingerslev, Brown, 1985 LONG PLAYS Rushing: 92 by Rabih Abdullah, Lehigh, 1994 Passing: 93 by Gary Vura to Karl Hall, Penn, 1981; 93 by Eddie Chamberlain to Elbert Camp, Dartmouth, 1935 Field Goal: 55 by Jim Robertson, Dartmouth, 1919 Field Goal (since 1947): 54 by Charlie Gogolak, Princeton, 1965 Interception Return: 100 on four occasions; Last: Jim Anderson, Princeton, 1984 Punt Return: 85 by Tom Haggerty, Columbia, 1961; 85 by Greg Hoffmeister, Dartmouth, 1991 Kickoff Return: 100 by Ken Hill, Yale, 1978

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Name Att. Comp. John Burns ...... 99 .. 48 ... Pete Dorset ..... 77 .. 39 ... Pete Dorset ..... 74 .. 28 ... Pete Dorset ..... 111 . 55 ... Rocco Calvo ..... 94 .. 51 ... Rocco Calvo ..... 77 .. 38 ... John Jaeckel ..... 96 .. 33 ... Bill DeGraaf ..... 85 .. 28 ... Bill DeGraaf ..... 94 .. 31 ... Bill DeGraaf ..... 97 .. 44 ... Art Boland ...... 107 . 43 ... Tom Brogan ..... 50 .. 23 ... Tom Skypeck .... 121 . 55 ... Dave McKelvey .. 67 .. 23 ... Scott Brown ..... 85 .. 34 ... Gary Wood ..... 75 .. 28 ... Gary Wood ..... 117 . 60 ... Gary Wood ..... 119 . 48 ... Marty Sponaugle . 55 .. 23 ... Marty Sponaugle . 115 . 45 ... BillAbel ........ 138 . 64 ... BillRobertson .... 175 . 94 ... BillRobertson .... 197 . 81 ... Rick Furbush ..... 37 .. 23 ... Rick Furbush ..... 104 . 57 ... Mark Allen ...... 90 .. 39 ... Mark Allen ...... 181 . 91 ... Mark Allen ...... 272 . 119 .. Kevin Sigler ..... 248 . 143 .. Garland Burns ... 81 .. 21 ... Jim Hofher ...... 139 . 63 ... Jim Hofher ...... 118 . 60 ... Jim Hofher ...... 85 .. 44 ... Mike Tanner ..... 73 .. 41 ... Mike Ryan ...... 109 . 53 ... Chris Metz ...... 77 .. 33 ... Jeff Hammond ... 176 . 89 ... Shawn Maguire .. 205 . 110 .. Shawn Maguire .. 221 . 119 .. Marty Stallone ... 138 . 76 ... Marty Stallone ... 226 . 110 .. Dave Dase ...... 198 . 100 .. Aaron Sumida ... 141 . 69 ... Chris Cochrane .. 236 . 115 .. Chris Cochrane .. 175 . 107 .. BillLazor ....... 217 . 129 .. BillLazor ....... 328 . 169 .. BillLazor ....... 328 . 172 .. Per Larson ...... 154 . 76 ... Steve Joyce ..... 274 . 156 .. ScottCarroll .... 262 . 125 .. ScottCarroll .... 239 . 131 .. Mike Hood ...... 294 . 173 .. Ricky Rahne ..... 388 . 225 .. Ricky Rahne ..... 479 . 252 .. Ricky Rahne ..... 355 . 199 .. Mick Razzano .... 276 . 137 .. D.J.Busch ....... 227 . 118 .. D.J.Busch ....... 234 . 121 .. Ryan Kuhn ...... 179 . 96 ...

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Int. 8 ... 9 ... 3 ... 5 ... 3 ... 4 ... 8 ... 4 ... 9 ... 7 ... 7 ... 6 ... 4 ... 3 ... 5 ... 3 ... 8 ... 7 ... 3 ... 6 ... 8 ... 8 ... 11 .. 4 ... 9 ... 4 ... 12 .. 11 .. 14 .. 9 ... 12 .. 5 ... 5 ... 5 ... 5 ... 4 ... 11 .. 11 .. 11 .. 8 ... 12 .. 15 .. 4 ... 21 .. 5 ... 9 ... 4 ... 13 .. 6 ... 9 ... 13 .. 11 .. 15 .. 13 .. 13 .. 5 ... 7 ... 8 ... 7 ... 7 ...

Pct. .485 .506 .378 .495 .543 .494 .344 .329 .330 .454 .402 .460 .455 .343 .400 .373 .513 .403 .418 .391 .464 .537 .411 .621 .548 .433 .503 .438 .577 .259 .453 .508 .518 .562 .486 .429 .506 .537 .538 .551 .487 .505 .489 .487 .611 .595 .515 .524 .494 .569 .477 .548 .588 .580 .526 .561 .496 .520 .517 .536

Yards T D . 593 ... 4 . 568 ... 4 . 437 ... 3 . 845 ... 7 . 730 ... 2 . 675 ... 5 . 453 ... 3 . 351 ... 3 . 433 ... 8 . 629 ... 6 . 572 ... 3 . 387 ... 1 . 784 ... 5 . 245 ... 3 . 519 ... 2 . 456 ... 6 . 890 ... 8 . 545 ... 4 . 319 ... 1 . 582 ... 5 . 953 ... 6 . 1,347 .. 12 . 1,156 .. 3 . 294 ... 0 . 876 ... 6 . 496 ... 3 . 1,235 .. 9 . 1,590 .. 10 . 1,648 .. 8 . 285 ... 2 . 740 ... 3 . 745 ... 6 . 487 ... 1 . 595 ... 4 . 786 ... 4 . 507 ... 1 . 1,064 .. 5 . 1,009 .. 2 . 1,112 .. 1 . 817 ... 9 . 1,446 .. 12 . 1,302 .. 9 . 1,132 .. 10 . 1,322 .. 5 . 1,266 .. 5 . 1,461 .. 8 . 2,206 .. 15 . 2,030 .. 11 . 1,092 .. 6 . 2,255 .. 13 . 1,583 .. 9 . 1,378 .. 10 . 1,910 .. 11 . 2,762 .. 25 . 2,944 .. 18 . 1,984 .. 11 . 1,556 .. 7 . 1,320 .. 7 . 1,534 .. 5 . 1,008 .. 6

SEASON PASSING LEADER PROGRESSION Year Name Att. Comp. Int. 1946 John Burns ...... 99 .. 48 ... 8 ... 1949 Pete Dorset ..... 111 . 55 ... 5 ... 1962 Gary Wood ..... 117 . 60 ... 8 ... 1966 BillAbel ........ 138 . 64 ... 8 ... 1967 BillRobertson .... 175 . 94 ... 8 ... 1973 Mark Allen ...... 272 . 119 .. 11 .. 1974 Kevin Sigler ..... 248 . 143 .. 14 .. 1992 BillLazor ....... 328 . 169 .. 4 ... 1995 Steve Joyce ..... 274 . 156 .. 9 ... 1999 Ricky Rahne ..... 388 . 225 .. 13 .. 2000 Ricky Rahne ..... 479 . 252 .. 13 ..

Pct. .485 .495 .513 .464 .537 .438 .577 .515 .569 .580 .526

Yards T D . 593 ... 4 . 845 ... 7 . 890 ... 8 . 953 ... 6 . 1,347 .. 12 . 1,590 .. 10 . 1,648 .. 8 . 2,206 .. 15 . 2,255 .. 13 . 2,762 .. 25 . 2,944 .. 18

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Name Att. Yards Walt Kretz .......... 88 ... 594 Norm Dawson ....... 66 ... 293 Frank Miller ......... 98 ... 598 Jeff Fleischmann ..... 106 ... 579 Jeff Fleischmann ..... 146 ... 538 Stu Merz ........... 77 ... 431 Bob Engel ......... 106 ... 364 Guy Bedrossian ..... 111 ... 336 Dick Jackson ......... 76 ... 445 Irv Roberson ......... 83 ... 503 Irv Roberson ........ 106 ... 480 Bob McAniff ........ 140 ... 700 Terry Wilson ........ 121 ... 521 Dan Bidwell ........ 109 ... 474 Pat Pennucci ........ 77 ... 285 Gary Wood ......... 94 ... 449 Gary Wood ........ 173 ... 889 Gary Wood ........ 166 ... 818 BillWilson ......... 189 ... 659 BillWilson ......... 181 ... 848 Pete Larson ........ 206 ... 979 BillHuling .......... 88 ... 369 ChrisRitter ......... 87 ... 341 Ed Marinaro ........ 277 .. 1,409 Ed Marinaro ........ 285 .. 1,425 Ed Marinaro ........ 356 .. 1,881 Dan Malone ........ 196 ... 913 Don Fanelli ......... 99 ... 403 Dan Malone ........ 139 ... 532 Tim LaBeau ........ 106 ... 482 Neal Hall ........... 91 ... 330 Craig Jaeger ....... 103 ... 440 Joe Holland ........ 273 .. 1,396 Tom Weidenkopf .... 118 ... 571 Steve Vago ........ 114 ... 513 Derrick Harmon ..... 173 ... 893 Derrick Harmon ..... 157 ... 905 Derrick Harmon ..... 216 .. 1,276 Tony Baker ......... 165 ... 847 JohnTagliaferri ..... 153 ... 583 JeffJohnson ........ 191 ... 902 Scott Malaga ....... 168 ... 647 Scott Malaga ....... 256 .. 1,097 John McNiff ........ 160 ... 753 John McNiff ........ 176 ... 998 John McNiff ........ 203 ... 806 Scott Oliaro ........ 181 ... 834 PeteFitzpatrick ..... 179 ... 789 Chad Levitt ........ 275 .. 1,319 Chad Levitt ........ 292 .. 1,428 Chad Levitt ........ 267 .. 1,435 Brad Kiesendahl ..... 102 ... 513 Deon Harris ........ 221 ... 757 Deon Harris ........ 149 ... 605 Evan Simmons ...... 145 ... 649 Evan SImmons ...... 123 ... 598 Marcus Blanks ...... 129 ... 598 Joshua Johnston ..... 103 ... 446 Joshua Johnston ..... 156 ... 475 Luke Siwula ........ 252 .. 1,086

Avg. .... 6.8 .... 4.4 .... 6.1 .... 5.5 .... 3.7 .... 5.6 .... 3.4 .... 3.1 .... 5.9 .... 6.1 .... 4.5 .... 5.0 .... 4.3 .... 4.3 .... 3.7 .... 4.8 .... 5.1 .... 4.9 .... 3.5 .... 4.7 .... 4.8 .... 4.2 .... 3.9 .... 5.1 .... 5.0 .... 5.3 .... 4.7 .... 4.1 .... 3.8 .... 4.5 .... 3.6 .... 4.3 .... 5.1 .... 4.8 .... 4.5 .... 5.2 .... 5.8 .... 5.9 .... 5.1 .... 3.8 .... 4.7 .... 3.9 .... 4.3 .... 4.7 .... 5.7 .... 4.0 .... 4.6 .... 4.4 .... 4.8 .... 4.9 .... 5.4 .... 5.0 .... 3.4 .... 4.1 .... 4.2 .... 4.9 .... 4.4 .... 4.3 .... 3.0 .... 4.3

TD .... 5 .... 4 .... 4 ... 10 .... 9 .... 4 .... 0 .... 6 .... 6 .... 4 .... 4 .... 4 .... 5 .... 1 .... 0 .... 3 .... 9 .... 7 .... 5 .... 6 .... 9 .... 3 .... 2 ... 14 ... 12 ... 24 .... 5 .... 5 .... 2 .... 6 .... 2 .... 3 ... 16 .... 6 .... 1 .... 5 .... 9 ... 12 .... 7 .... 7 .... 4 .... 2 ... 12 .... 4 ... 10 .... 8 ... 11 .... 5 ... 12 ... 13 ... 13 ... 10 .... 5 .... 2 .... 7 .... 9 .... 5 .... 4 .... 3 .... 8

SEASON RUSHING LEADER PROGRESSION Year Name Att. Yards 1946 Walt Kretz .......... 88 ... 594 1948 Frank Miller ......... 98 ... 598 1957 Bob McAniff ........ 140 ... 700 1962 Gary Wood ........ 173 ... 889 1966 Pete Larson ........ 206 ... 979 1969 Ed Marinaro ........ 277 .. 1,409 1970 Ed Marinaro ........ 285 .. 1,425 1971 Ed Marinaro ........ 356 .. 1,881

Avg. .... 6.8 .... 6.1 .... 5.0 .... 5.1 .... 4.8 .... 5.1 .... 5.0 .... 5.3

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TD .... 2 .... 3 .... 1 .... 1 .... 5 .... 2 .... 1 .... 1 .... 5 .... 2 .... 2 .... 1 .... 1 .... 2 .... 0 .... 1 .... 1 .... 0 .... 3 .... 2 .... 2 .... 1 .... 0 .... 2 .... 4 .... 9 .... 3 .... 1 .... 0 .... 2 .... 3 .... 3 .... 2 .... 0 .... 3 .... 1 .... 0 .... 1 .... 2 .... 0 .... 2 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 1 .... 0 .... 2 .... 5 .... 0 .... 2 .... 1 .... 6 .... 0 .... 4 .... 3 .... 4 .... 11 .... 6 .... 10 .... 3 .... 2 .... 2 .... 3 .... 3 .... 2

Yards .... 305 .... 301 .... 106 ..... 89 .... 289 .... 420 .... 351 .... 291 .... 372 .... 226 .... 196 .... 145 .... 116 .... 206 .... 180 .... 301 .... 116 .... 222 .... 159 .... 260 .... 162 .... 191 .... 188 .... 248 .... 559 .... 853 .... 507 .... 113 .... 300 .... 274 .... 564 .... 483 .... 619 .... 185 .... 383 .... 423 .... 200 .... 381 .... 199 .... 182 .... 285 .... 287 .... 270 .... 266 .... 358 .... 246 .... 518 .... 533 .... 230 .... 347 .... 486 .... 794 .... 328 .... 565 .... 695 .... 720 .. 1,042 .... 677 .... 944 .... 630 .... 507 .... 852 .... 582 .... 766 .... 385

SEASON RECEIVING LEADER PROGRESSION Year Name Rec. Avg. 1946 HillaryChollet ....... 12 .... 25.4 1950 Vic Pujo ............ 24 .... 17.5 1966 Ron Gervase ......... 36 .... 15.5 1967 Bill Murphy ......... 50 .... 17.1 1997 Eric Krawczyk ........ 89 .... 11.7

TD .... 2 .... 2 .... 4 .... 9 .... 11

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Name TD PAT HillaryChollet ........ 6 ....... 0 Norman Dawson ...... 5 ....... 0 Robert Dean ......... 3 ...... 12 Jeff Fleischmann ....... 9 ....... 0 Jeff Fleischmann ...... 10 ....... 0 Jeff Fleischmann ....... 9 ....... 0 Hal Seidenberg ...... 10 ....... 0 Dick Cliggott ......... 5 ....... 0 Guy Bedrosian ........ 6 ....... 0 Dick Jackson .......... 8 ....... 0 Bill DeGraaf .......... 6 ...... 13 Bo Roberson .......... 4 ....... 0 Tom Skypeck ......... 5 ....... 5 Tom Skypeck ......... 7 ....... 9 PhilipTaylor .......... 4 ....... 0 Marcello Tino ......... 4 ....... 0 George Eckstrom ...... 3 ....... 0 George Telesh ........ 5 ....... 0 Gary Wood .......... 9 ....... 0 Gary Wood .......... 7 ....... 0 BillWilson ........... 7 ....... 0 Martin Sponaugle ..... 6 ....... 1 Pete Larson ......... 11 ....... 1 Bill Murphy .......... 9 ....... 0 ChrisRitter .......... 5 ....... 1 Ed Marinaro ......... 14 ....... 0 Ed Marinaro ......... 14 ....... 1 Ed Marinaro ......... 24 ....... 2 Mark Allen ........... 7 ....... 0 Don Fanelli .......... 5 ....... 0 Don Fanelli ......... 10 ....... 0 Tim LaBeau .......... 7 ....... 1 Thomas Dugdale ...... 0 ...... 11 Craig Jaeger ......... 4 ....... 0 Joe Holland ......... 16 ....... 0 Tom Weidenkopf ...... 6 ....... 0 Ron Rejda ........... 0 ...... 19 Derrick Harmon ....... 7 ....... 1 Derrick Harmon ....... 9 ....... 1 Derrick Harmon ...... 12 ....... 1 Tony Baker ........... 8 ....... 0 JohnTagliaferri ....... 8 ....... 0 Tom Aug ............ 0 ...... 19 Dave Quarles ......... 0 ...... 14 Scott Malaga ........ 12 ....... 0 Todd Nicholson ....... 7 ....... 0 Scott Oliaro ......... 11 ....... 0 John McNiff .......... 9 ....... 0 Scott Oliaro ......... 11 ....... 0 PeteFitzpatrick ....... 6 ....... 1 Chad Levitt ......... 13 ....... 0 Chad Levitt ......... 15 ....... 1 Chad Levitt ......... 14 ....... 1 Eric Krawczyk ........ 11 ....... 0 John McCombs ....... 0 ...... 18 Joe Splendorio ....... 10 ....... 0 Justin Dunleavy ....... 8 ....... 0 Evan SImmons ........ 9 ....... 1 Nathan Archer ........ 7 ....... 0 Joshua Johnston ....... 4 ....... 0 Andre Hardaway ...... 5 ....... 0 Ryan Kuhn .......... 12 ....... 0 A.J. Weitsman ........ 0 ...... 30

FG .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 3 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 8 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 9 .... 12 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 7 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 14

Points ..... 36 ..... 30 ..... 30 ..... 54 ..... 60 ..... 54 ..... 60 ..... 30 ..... 36 ..... 48 ..... 49 ..... 24 ..... 35 ..... 51 ..... 24 ..... 24 ..... 18 ..... 30 ..... 54 ..... 42 ..... 42 ..... 38 ..... 68 ..... 54 ..... 32 ..... 84 ..... 86 .... 148 ..... 42 ..... 30 ..... 60 ..... 44 ..... 20 ..... 24 ..... 96 ..... 36 ..... 43 ..... 44 ..... 56 ..... 74 ..... 48 ..... 48 ..... 46 ..... 50 ..... 72 ..... 42 ..... 66 ..... 54 ..... 66 ..... 38 ..... 78 ..... 92 ..... 84 ..... 66 ..... 39 ..... 60 ..... 48 ..... 56 ..... 42 ..... 24 ..... 30 ..... 72 ..... 72

SEASON SCORING LEADER PROGRESSION Year Name TD PAT 1946 HillaryChollet ........ 6 ....... 0 1948 Jeff Fleischmann ....... 9 ....... 0 1949 Jeff Fleischmann ...... 10 ....... 0 1951 Hal Seidenberg ...... 10 ....... 0 1966 Pete Larson ......... 11 ....... 1 1969 Ed Marinaro ......... 14 ....... 0 1970 Ed Marinaro ......... 14 ....... 1 1971 Ed Marinaro ......... 24 ....... 2

FG .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0

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Name Rec. Avg. HillaryChollet ....... 12 .... 25.4 Bernie Babula ....... 12 .... 25.1 HillaryChollet ........ 8 .... 13.3 Harry Cassel .......... 8 .... 11.1 Walt Bruska ......... 14 .... 20.6 Vic Pujo ............ 24 .... 17.5 Harvey Sampson ..... 24 .... 14.6 Dick Cliggott ........ 14 .... 20.8 Dick Cliggott ........ 25 .... 14.9 Bruce Brenner ....... 14 .... 16.1 Dick Jackson ......... 17 .... 11.5 StanIntihar ......... 12 .... 12.1 Dick Jackson ......... 12 ..... 9.7 Bob McAniff ......... 15 .... 13.7 John Webster ........ 12 .... 15.0 Norm Juvonen ....... 16 .... 18.8 John Sadusky ......... 8 .... 14.5 Pat Pennucci ........ 16 .... 13.9 Ken Hoffman ........ 10 .... 15.9 Ed Burnap .......... 17 .... 15.3 BillPonzer .......... 13 .... 12.5 Pete Larson ......... 13 .... 14.7 Bob Baker .......... 13 .... 14.5 Ron Gervase ......... 19 .... 13.1 Ron Gervase ......... 36 .... 15.5 Bill Murphy ......... 50 .... 17.1 ChrisRitter ......... 30 .... 16.9 Erv Bratcher .......... 8 .... 14.1 Tom Albright ........ 21 .... 14.3 Tom Albright ........ 21 .... 13.0 George Milosevic ..... 37 .... 15.2 Bruce Starks ......... 31 .... 15.6 Bruce Starks ......... 47 .... 13.2 Bruce Starks ......... 14 .... 13.2 Eamon McEneaney .... 35 .... 10.9 Dave Rupert ......... 26 .... 16.3 Brad Decker ......... 17 .... 11.8 Mark Turley ......... 26 .... 14.7 Alva Taylor .......... 13 .... 15.3 Dan Suren .......... 13 .... 14.0 Derrick Harmon ...... 21 .... 13.6 Dan Suren .......... 26 .... 11.0 Derrick Harmon ...... 36 ..... 7.5 JohnTagliaferri ...... 30 ..... 8.9 JohnTagliaferri ...... 61 ..... 5.9 JeffJohnson ......... 29 ..... 8.4 Sam Brickley ........ 56 ..... 9.3 Sam Brickley ........ 29 .... 18.4 Scott Oliaro ......... 30 ..... 7.7 Scott Oliaro ......... 25 .... 13.9 Mike Jamin ......... 35 .... 13.9 Mike Jamin ......... 49 .... 16.2 Ned Burke .......... 40 ..... 8.2 Aaron Berryman ...... 36 .... 15.7 Ron Mateo .......... 47 .... 14.8 Steve Busch ......... 57 .... 12.6 Eric Krawczyk ........ 89 .... 11.7 Joe Splendorio ....... 46 .... 14.7 Joe Splendorio ....... 65 .... 14.5 Joe Splendorio ....... 46 .... 13.7 Keith Ferguson ....... 50 .... 10.1 Keith Ferguson ....... 70 .... 12.2 John Kellner ......... 49 .... 11.9 Brian Romney ........ 60 .... 12.8 Brian Romney ........ 38 .... 10.1

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MOST YARDS RUSHING (150 Yards or More) 288, Scott Oliaro at Yale, 1990 281, Ed Marinaro vs. Harvard, 1969 272, Ed Marinaro vs. Columbia, 1971 263, Joe Holland vs. Penn, 1978 260, Ed Marinaro vs. Lehigh, 1970 260, Ed Marinaro vs. Colgate, 1971 247, Tom Weidenkopf at Dartmouth, 1979 246, Ed Marinaro at Rutgers, 1971 245, Ed Marinaro at Rutgers, 1969 244, Joe Holland at Harvard, 1978 241, Chad Levitt vs. Dartmouth, 1996 230, Ed Marinaro at Penn, 1971 230, Ed Marinaro at Yale, 1971 227, Chad Levitt at Harvard, 1994 225, Ed Marinaro at Brown, 1970 222, Derrick Harmon vs. Columbia, 1983 218, Chad Levitt at Yale, 1996 210, Derrick Harmon vs. Yale, 1983 209, Chad Levitt vs. Colgate, 1996 207, Gary Wood at Penn, 1962 190, Ed Marinaro vs. Penn, 1970 189, Joe Holland at Columbia, 1978 189, Derrick Harmon at Princeton, 1983 189, John McNiff at Harvard, 1990 188, Chad Levitt vs. Yale, 1995 187, Chad Levitt at Buffalo, 1996 186, Joe Holland vs. Princeton, 1978 185, Pete Larson at Buffalo, 1966 185, Derrick Harmon at Columbia, 1982 185, Jeff Johnson at Columbia, 1986 181, Bill Wilson at Brown, 1965 181, Ed Marinaro at Penn, 1969 181, John McNiff vs. Columbia, 1991 180, Don Fanelli at Colgate, 1973 180, Rich Russo vs. Columbia, 1973 179, Derrick Harmon vs. Penn, 1982 178, Stu Merz vs. Syracuse, 1951 178, Dan Malone at Columbia, 1974 178, Derrick Harmon vs. Columbia, 1981 178, Chad Levitt vs. Princeton, 1996 176, Ed Marinaro vs. Brown, 1971 175, Ryan Kuhn vs. Columbia, 2005 173, Brad Kiesendahl vs. Lafayette, 1997 172, Chad Levitt vs. Dartmouth, 1994 170, Chad Levitt at Dartmouth, 1995 170, Chad Levitt vs. Columbia, 1995 170, Evan Simmons vs. Columbia, 2001 169, Gary Wood at Brown, 1962 168, Gary Wood at Yale, 1963 167, Craig Jaeger vs. Harvard, 1977 167,JeffJohnsonvs.Princeton,1986 165, Chad Levitt vs. Holy Cross, 1995 165, Luke Siwula at Colgate, 2005 164, Joe Holland vs. Brown, 1978 162, Ed Marinaro vs. Colgate, 1969 162, Dan Malone vs. Rutgers, 1972 162, Luke Siwula vs. Brown, 2005 161, Gary Wood vs. Dartmouth, 1962 160, John McNiff at Columbia, 1990 160, Chad Levitt vs. Brown, 1996 159, Brian Ulbricht vs. Towson, 2002 157, Tony Baker at Yale, 1984 157, Chad Levitt vs. Penn, 1994 156,JeffFleischmann atSyracuse,1950 156, Bill Scazarro at Columbia, 1950 155, Bill Wilson vs. Columbia, 1965 155, Ed Marinaro vs. Princeton, 1969 152, Neal Hall vs. Colgate, 1975 152, Derrick Harmon at Penn, 1981 151, Bob McAniff vs. Columbia, 1957 151, Ed Marinaro at Colgate, 1970 151, Ryan Kuhn vs. Bucknell, 2005 150, Ed Marinaro vs. Columbia, 1969

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MOST YARDS PASSING (225 Yards or More) 446, Ricky Rahne at Brown, 2000 443, Ricky Rahne at Brown, 1999 400, Bill Lazor at Columbia, 1992 395, Mark Allen at Penn, 1973 391, Ricky Rahne at Harvard, 2000 344,ScottCarrollatBuffalo,1996 341, Steve Joyce at Brown, 1995 321, Bill Lazor at Brown, 1991 320, Ricky Rahne vs. Columbia, 1999 317,BillLazorvs.Yale,1991 314, Ricky Rahne at Bucknell, 2000 314, Ricky Rahne vs. Harvard, 2001 312, D.J Busch vs. Columbia, 2003 307, Chris Cochrane at Yale, 1989 307, Ricky Rahne at Princeton, 1999 306, Ricky Rahne vs. Penn, 2000 302, Mick Razzano vs. Dartmouth, 2002 297, Ricky Rahne vs. Harvard, 1999 296, Mike Hood vs. Bucknell, 1998 296, Ricky Rahne at Penn, 1999 285, D.J. Busch at Harvard, 2004 283, Bill Lazor vs. Columbia, 1993 279,RickyRahne,vs.Princeton,2000 277, Bill Robertson at Columbia, 1968 276, Ricky Rahne at Dartmouth, 1999 273, Mike Hood vs. Penn, 1998 272,ScottCarrollvs.Colgate,1997 272, D.J. Busch vs. Georgetown, 2003 271, Ricky Rahne at Pennsylvania, 2001 267, Mike Hood at Princeton, 1998 267, Marty Stallone at Princeton, 1985 265,BillLazorvs.Colgate,1993 263, Steve Joyce vs. Holy Cross, 1995 263, Ricky Rahne vs. Dartmouth, 2000 263, Ricky Rahne at Colgate, 2001 262,BillLazoratPrinceton,1993 262,BillLazorvs.Lehigh,1992 261, Steve Joyce at Lehigh, 1995 259, Dave Dase vs. Columbia, 1987 258, Bill Lazor at Dartmouth, 1991 258, Ricky Rahne at Columbia, 2000 254, Bill Robertson at Dartmouth, 1967 254, Ricky Rahne vs. Yale, 1999 253, Mark Allen vs. Princeton, 1973 252, Mark Allen vs. Penn, 1972 252, Dave Dase at Yale, 1987 252, Per Larson at Columbia, 1994 250, Mike Hood vs. Buffalo, 1998 251, Steve Joyce at Dartmouth, 1995 248,BillLazoratYale,1992 248, Dave Dase at Brown, 1987 247,ScottCarrollatLafayette,1996 244,ScottCarrollvs.Penn,1996 242, Mark Allen vs. Dartmouth, 1972 242, Mick Razzano at Brown, 2002 241,BillLazorvs.Penn,1992 240, Rocco Calvo at Yale, 1951 240,BillLazoratLehigh,1993 240, Steve Joyce at Princeton, 1995 240, Steve Joyce vs. Harvard, 1995 239, Ricky Rahne at Lehigh, 2000 237, Per Larson at Yale, 1994 236, Kevin Sigler vs. Colgate, 1974 236, Marty Stallone at Bucknell, 1985 236, Steve Joyce at Penn, 1995 236, Ricky Rahne vs. Colgate, 2000 236, D.J. Busch vs. Brown, 2003 234, D.J. Busch at Towson, 2004 233, Mike Hood at Columbia, 1998 232, Ricky Rahne vs. Fordham, 1999 231, Aaron Sumida at Columbia, 1988 231, Per Larson at Bucknell, 1994 227,BillLazorvs.Brown,1992 226, Kevin Sigler at Brown, 1974 226, Ricky Rahne vs Brown, 2001

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MOST RECEIVING YARDS (100 Yards or More) 204, Joe Splendorio at Brown, 1999 177, Keith Ferguson at Brown, 2002 175, Keith Ferguson vs. Dartmouth, 2002 171, Eric Krawczyk vs. Colgate, 1997 164, Mike Jamin vs. Brown, 1992 164, Keith Ferguson vs. Princeton, 2000 163, Bill Murphy vs. Harvard, 1967 161, Mike Jamin vs. Yale, 1991 155, Aaron Berryman at Columbia, 1994 155, Stu Merz at Yale, 1951 154, Keith Ferguson at Harvard, 2002 150, Chris Ritter at Columbia, 1968 148, Eric Krawczyk at Lafayette, 1996 146, Eric Krawczyk at Dartmouth, 1997 144, Steve Busch vs. Princeton, 1996 144, Steve Busch at Buffalo, 1996 142, Chad Nice vs. Princeton, 2004 141, Eric Krawczyk at Fordham, 1997 140, Jack Corrigan vs. Harvard, 1973 139, Scott Oliaro vs. Penn, 1992 139, Keith Ferguson at Brown, 2000 138, George Milosevic vs. Dartmouth, 1972 137, Ron Mateo at Lehigh, 1995 135, Bruce Starks at Harvard, 1974 131, Mike Jamin at Brown, 1991 130,BruceStarksvs.Princeton,1973 130, Joe Splendorio at Dartmouth, 1999 129, Eric Krawczyk at Penn, 1997 127, Bill Murphy at Penn, 1967 126, Joe Splendorio vs. Penn, 1998 126, Joe Splendorio vs. Columbia, 1999 124, Derrick Harmon vs. Bucknell, 1981 124, Chris Hahn vs. Harvard, 1987 123, George Milosevic vs. Penn, 1972 123, Eric Krawczyk vs. Penn, 1996 122, Chad Nice at Harvard, 2004 120, Ron Mateo vs. Harvard, 1995 120, Joe Splendorio at Penn, 1999 119, Chris Ritter at Brown, 1968 118,StuFullertonvs.Princeton,1965 118, Mike Jamin at Harvard, 1992 118, Vic Yanz vs. Brown, 2003 117, Shaun Hawkins vs. Columbia, 1987 117, Eric Krawczyk atBuffalo, 1996 116, Rick Furbush at Princeton, 1968 116,JimPerrelloatPrinceton,1985 116 John Kellner at Colgate, 2001 115, Brian Romney vs. Penn, 2004 114, Eamon McEneaney at Rutgers, 1976 114, Brian Romney vs. Princeton, 2004 113, Ed Burnap vs. Princeton, 1962 113, Erv Bratcher at Colgate, 1970 113, Shaun Hawkins vs. Harvard, 1987 113,JoeSplendoriovs.Bucknell,1998 112, Eamon McEneaney vs.Colgate, 1976 112, Eric Krawczyk vs. Yale, 1997 111, Bruce Starks at Penn, 1973 111, Pat Dutton vs. Colgate, 1997 110, Ned Burke vs. Colgate, 1993 110, Eric Krawczyk at Columbia, 1996 109, Mike Ready at Yale, 1987 109, Steve Busch at Brown, 1995 109, Ron Mateo at Brown, 1995 108, Rick Furbush vs. Dartmouth, 1968 108, Shaun Hawkins at Colgate, 1986 108, Mike Jamin at Columbia, 1992 108, Keith Ferguson vs. Harvard, 2001 106,BillMurphyvs.Princeton,1967 106, Keith Ferguson vs. Brown, 2001 106, Vic Yanz vs. Columbia, 2003 105, Tim Hermann vs. Penn, 2000 103, Steve Busch vs. Holy Cross, 1995 103, Eric Krawczyk vs. Columbia, 1997 102, Joe Splendorio at Brown, 2000 101, Craig Jaeger vs. Colgate, 1977 101,JoeSplendorio vs.Princeton,1999 101, Joe Splendorio vs. Yale, 2000


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The Last Time It Happened Rushing Rushed for 300+ yards ............. Never done Rushed for 200+ yards ............. ChadLevitt 218 yards on 39 carries, at Yale (Nov. 9, 1996) Rushed for 100+ yards .............. Ryan Kuhn (100-25) at Penn (Nov. 19, 2005) Rushed for 5 TDs ................. Ed Marinaro at Penn (Nov. 20, 1971) Rushed for 4 TDs .............. Derrick Harmon vs. Columbia (Nov. 12, 1983) Rushed for 3 TDs .................. Ryan Kuhn vs. Georgetown (Oct. 15, 2005) Rushed 40+ times ................. ChadLevitt 40 times, vs. Princeton (Sept. 21, 1996) Rushed 30+ times ................. Luke Siwula 30 times, at Dartmouth vs. Columbia (Nov. 12, 2005) Two players rushed for 100 yards ............. Kuhn(24-175),Siwula(30-117), atColum.(Nov.12,2005)

An extra point was missed ........... PeterZell at Columbia (Nov. 13, 2004) Punted 10+ times ............. Mike Baumgartel 10, vs. Dartmouth (Nov. 6, 2004)

Total Offense Gained 300+ total yards ........... Mick Razzano 320 yards(302pass,38rush),vs.Dart. (Nov.9,2002) Gained 400+ total yards ............ Ricky Rahne 440 yards(446 pass, -6 rush),at Brown (Oct.21,2000) Ran 70+ plays .................... Ricky Rahne 70 plays (60 pass,10 rush),vs. Penn (Nov.18,2000) Ran 60+ plays .................... Ricky Rahne 70 plays (60 pass,10 rush),vs. Penn (Nov.18,2000) Ran 50+ plays ..................... Ryan Kuhn 50 plays(28 pass,22 rush),at Princeton (Oct.29,2005) Ran 40+ plays ..................... Ryan Kuhn 41 plays (16 pass,25 rush),at Penn (Nov.19,2005)

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Passed for 400+ yards ............. Ricky Rahne 446 yards on 29-of-62 passing, at Brown (Oct. 21, 2000) Passed for 300+ yards .............. D.J.Busch 312yardson25-of-40passing,vs.Columbia(Nov.15,2003) Passed for 200+ yards .............. Ryan Kuhn 208yardson13-of-27passingvs.Princeton(Oct.30,2004) Threw 5+ touchdown passes ........ Never done Threw 4 touchdown passes ......... Ricky Rahne 4, at Harvard (Oct. 7, 2000) Threw 3 touchdown passes ........ Mick Razzano 3, at Harvard (Oct. 12, 2002) Attempted 60+ passes ............. Ricky Rahne 60, vs. Penn (Nov. 18, 2000) Attempted 50+ passes ............. Ricky Rahne 50 attempts, at Penn (Nov. 17, 2001) Attempted 40+ passes .............. D.J.Busch 42 attempts, at Towson (Oct. 2, 2004) Attempted 30+ passes .............. D.J.Busch 38 attempts at Harvard (Oct. 9, 2004) Completed 30+ passes ............. Ricky Rahne 31, vs. Harvard (Oct. 13, 2001) Completed 20+ passes .............. D.J.Busch 21 completions, at Towson (Oct. 2, 2004) Threw 6 interceptions ........... MartyStallone 6 interceptions, at Princeton (Nov. 23, 1985) Threw 5 interceptions ............. Dave Dase 5 interceptions, at Princeton (Nov. 21, 1987) Threw 4 interceptions .............. Mike Hood 4 interceptions, vs. Dartmouth (Oct. 24, 1998) Threw 3 interceptions .............. Ryan Kuhn 3interceptions,atYale(Sept.24,2005)

Intercepted 3 passes ............. Doug Knopp vs. Holy Cross (Sept. 23, 1995) Intercepted 2 passes ............. Sean Nassoiy at Columbia (Nov. 13, 2004) Had 20+ tackles ................ NeilMorrissey 24 (7-17) vs. Colgate (Oct. 4, 2003) Had 15+ tackles ................. Joel Sussman 18 (8-10) vs. Harvard (Oct. 8, 2005) Had 10+ tackles .... Tim Bax, Patrick Potts, Kevin Rex 10 at Dartmouth (Nov. 5, 2005) Had 2+ sacks PatrickPotts,JonathanLucas,RyanKiscadden 2 at Dartmouth (Nov. 5, 2005) Had 3+ tackles for loss ............. MattPollock 3 for7 yardsvs. Columbia (Nov. 12,2005)

Receiving

Kicking Kicked 4 field goals ........... Trevor MacMeekin vs.Yale (Sept.25,2004) Kicked 3 field goals .............. A.J. Weitsman at Princeton (Oct.22,2005) Kicked 2 field goals .............. A.J. Weitsman 2,vs. Harvard (Oct.8,2005)

Team Scored 100+ points 110vs.CaseWestern(Oct. 15,1921) Scored 90+ points . 91 vs. Susquehanna (Nov. 8, 1924) Scored 80+ points 80vs.Susquehanna(Sept. 27,1925) Scored 70+ points ... 74 vs. Alfred (Sept. 26, 1936) Scored 60+ points ... 74 vs. Alfred (Sept. 26, 1936) Scored 50+ points . 57 vs. Georgetown (Oct. 15, 2005) Scored 40+ points . 45 vs. Columbia (Nov. 12, 2005) Scored 30+ points . 45 vs. Columbia (Nov. 12, 2005) Back-to-back 40+ point games ............... vs. Lafayette (41), at Fordham (45) 1997 Rushed for 500+ yards ............ Never done Rushed for 400+ yards ............... at Penn 414 yards (Sept. 22, 1979) Rushed for 300+ yards ............ vs. Columbia 369 yards (Nov. 12, 2005) Rushed for 200+ yards ............ vs. Columbia 369 yards (Nov. 12, 2005) Passed for 500+ yards ............ Never done Passed for 400+ yards .............. at Brown 443 yards (Oct. 2, 1999) Passed for 300+ yards ............ vs.Princeton 320 yards (Oct. 30, 2004) Passed for 200+ yards ............... vs. Penn 232 yards (Nov. 20, 2004) Had 700+ yards in Total Offense .... Never done

Long Plays Run of 90+ yards ................. John McNiff 95 yards, at Columbia (Nov. 10, 1990) Run of 80+ yards ................. ChadLevitt 88 yards, vs. Colgate (Oct. 19, 1996) Run of 70+ yards ................. ChadLevitt 72 yards, vs. Dartmouth (Oct. 26, 1996) Run of 60+ yards ................. ChadLevitt 72 yards, vs. Dartmouth (Oct. 26, 1996) Run of 50+ yards .................. Ryan Kuhn 57 yards, vs. Brown (Oct. 22, 2005) Run of 40+ yards .................. Ryan Kuhn 46 yards, vs. Columbia (Nov. 12, 2005) Pass of 90+ yards ........ Rocco Calvo to Stu Merz 90 yards, at Yale (Oct. 20, 1951) Pass of 80+ yards ........ D.J. Busch to Chad Nice 80 yards, vs. Princeton (Oct. 30, 2004) Pass of 70+ yards ........ D.J. Busch to Chad Nice 79 yards, vs. Princeton (Oct. 30, 2004) Pass of 60+ yards ... Michael Hood to Joe Splendorio 61 yards, vs. Penn (Nov. 21, 1998) Pass of 50+ yards .... D.J. Busch to Anthony Jackson 50 yards, vs. Penn (Nov. 20, 2004) Pass of 40+ yards .... Ryan Kuhn to Anthony Jackson 41 yards, at Princeton (Oct. 29, 2005) Kicked 50+-yard field goal ........... John Rodin 50-yards,vs.Harvard (Oct. 7,1995) Kicked 40+-yard field goal ........ A.J. Weitsman 42-yards,at Penn (Nov. 19, 2005) Kicked 80+ yard punt .......... Mike Baumgartel 81 yards, vs. Harvard (Oct. 13,2001) Kicked 70+ yard punt .......... Mike Baumgartel 77 yards, vs. Yale (Sept. 28,2002) Kicked 60+ yard punt .......... Mike Baumgartel 61 yards, vs. Harvard (Oct. 11,2003) Returned a punt 80+ yards .......... Mike Raich 82 yards, vs. Lafayette (Oct. 3,1987) Returned a kickoff 95+ yards ...... BarrettRosser 97 yards, at Harvard (Nov. 11, 1972) Returned an interception 80+ yards . MarkBroderick 99 yards, vs. Brown (Oct. 27,1990) Had 600+ yards in Total Offense ...... at Brown 640 yards (Oct. 28, 1995) Had 500+ yards in Total Offense .... vs. Columbia 583 yards (Nov. 15, 1997) Scored on first offensive play ........ vs.Harvard 21-yardpassfromRyanKuhntoBrianRomney(Oct.8,2005) Recorded a safety .. vs. Georgetown (Oct. 15, 2005) Recorded a defensive TD ........ vs. Dartmouth Nate Tarsi 50-yd. fumble recovery (Nov. 6, 2004) Zero punts in a game ................ vs. Penn Nov. 20, 1982 Zero sacks allowed in a game ........ vs.Bucknell Sept. 17, 2005 Blocked two kicks in a game ......... vs.Bucknell DougLempa(punt);JasonCloyd(fieldgoal)(Sept.17,2005) Had 25+ first downs in a game .......... atYale 27, (Sept. 17, 2005) Had 40+ minutes in time of possession vs. Columbia 44:07 (Nov. 12, 2005) Recorded a shutout .. 21-0 vs. Yale (Nov. 6, 1993) Held opponent to negative yards rushing ...... -1 (20 carries) at Dartmouth (Nov. 5, 2005) Played in 3+ overtime game ........ Never done Played in 2-overtime game ........... at Brown W, 10-7 (Oct. 26, 2002) Played in overtime game .......... atPrinceton L, 17-20 (Oct. 29, 2005)

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Caught 15+ passes .............. JohnTagliaferri 15 receptions, at Princeton (Oct. 23, 1985) Caught 10+ passes ................ JohnKellner 10 receptions, vs. Columbia (Nov. 15, 2003) Caught 8+ passes .................. Chad Nice 8 receptions, at Columbia (Nov. 13, 2004) Had 200+ yards receiving ......... JoeSplendorio 204 yards (11 receptions), at Brown (Oct. 2, 1999) Had 100+ yards receiving ......... Brian Romney 115 yards (7 receptions) vs. Penn (Nov. 20, 2004) Caught 3 TD passes .............. EricKrawczyk 106 yards (8 receptions), vs. Columbia (Nov. 15, 2003) Caught 2 TD passes ............. KeithFerguson at Brown (Oct. 21, 2000) Two 100-yard receivers, same game ........... Nice(142yds)andRomney(114yds)vs.Princeton(Oct.30,2004)

Miscellaneous 100-yard rusher/100-yard receiver, same game A.Hardaway (130)/C.Nice (122)at Harv.(Oct.9,2004) Fumble Return For Touchdown ........ Nate Tarsi 50 yards, vs. Dartmouth (Nov. 6, 2004) Interception Return For Touchdown .. Kevin Rooney 22 yards, vs. Columbia (Nov. 10, 2001) Punt Return For Touchdown ........ VincentBates 73 yards, vs. Harvard (Oct. 9, 1999) Blocked Punt ................... Doug Lempa vs.Bucknell(Sept.17,2005) Blocked Field Goal ................ JasonCloyd vs.Bucknell(Sept.17,2005)

Blocked Extra Point ............ Ryan Kiscadden vs. Harvard (Oct. 8, 2005) Blocked Punt Return For Touchdown .. JohnKellner 39 yards, vs. Lehigh (Oct. 6, 2001) Blocked Field Goal Returned For Touchdown .... Kyle Thomas, 48 yards, vs. Yale (Sept. 28, 2002) Kickoff Return For Touchdown ........ JustinBush 87 yards, at Harvard (Oct. 10, 1998)

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All-Time Scores 1887 (0-2) Coach: No regular coach Captain: J. H. Sheldon Date Opponent .... W/L Score 11/12 UNION ........ L 10 -24 11/24 LEHIGH+ ....... L 10 -38 TOTALS 20 -62 + - game played in Elmira, N.Y. 1888 (4-2) Coach: No regular coach Captain: W. G. Howell Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/16 PALMYRA ...... W 26 -0 10/27 WILLIAMS ...... W 20 -0 11/3 UNION ........ W 30 -0 11/12 LAFAYETTE ..... L 0 -16 11/19 BUCKNELL ...... W 20 -0 11/29 vs.Lehigh+ ..... L 0 -4 TOTALS 96 -20 + - game played in Elmira, N.Y. 1889 (7-2) Coach: No regular coach Captain: D. Upton Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/5 BUCKNELL ...... W 66 -0 10/12 LAFAYETTE ..... W 10 -0 10/16 atYale ........ L 6 -60 10/19 ROCHESTER ..... W 124 -0 11/2 STEVENS INST. .. W 38 -4 11/9 YALE .......... L 0 -70 11/16 vs. Michigan+ ... W 66 -0 11/23 at Columbia .... W 20 -0 11/28 vs.Lafayette* ... W 24 -0 TOTALS 354 -130 + - game played in Buffalo, N.Y. * - game played in Syracuse, N.Y.

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1890 (7-4) Coach: No regular coach Captain: E. Yawger Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/11 ROCHESTER ..... W 98 -0 10/30 at Union ....... W 32 -0 10/31 atWilliams ..... L 8 -18 11/1 at Harvard ..... L 0 -77 11/3 at Amherst ..... L 0 -18 11/4 atTrinity ....... W 26 -0 11/5 at Wesleyan .... L 2 -4 11/8 BUCKNELL ...... W 26 -0 11/15 vs. Michigan+ ... W 20 -5 11/22 COLUMBIA ..... W 36 -0 11/25 at Chicago U. Club W 12 -8 TOTALS 260 -130 + - game played in Detroit, Mich.

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1891 (7-3) Coach: No regular coach Captain: C. Johanson Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/3 SYRACUSE ..... W 68 -0 10/10 BUCKNELL ...... L. 0 -4 10/17 STEVENS INST. .. W 72 -0 10/24 LAFAYETTE ..... W 30 -0 11/7 LEHIGH ........ W 24 -0 11/14 atPrinceton .... L. 0 -6 11/21 vs. Michigan+ ... W 58 -12 11/24 at Detroit A. C. .. W 32 -0 11/26 at Chicago U. Club L. 4 -12 11/28 vs.Michigan* ... W 10 -0 TOTALS 298 -34 + - game played in Detroit, Mich. * - game played in Chicago, Ill. 1892 (10-1) Coach: No regular coach Captain: C. Johanson Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/24 at Syracuse A. C. W 16 -0 9/28 SYRACUSE ..... W 58 -0 10/1 BUCKNELL ...... W 54 -0 10/8 DICKINSON .... W 58 -0

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10/22 atLehigh ...... W 76 -0 10/29 vs.Williams+ .... W 24 -12 11/5 vs.Harvard* .... L 14 -20 11/8 MICHIGAN ..... W 44 -0 11/12 MIT .......... W 44 -12 11/18 at Manhattan A. C. W 16 -0 11/24 at Michigan ..... W 30 -10 TOTALS 434 -54 + - game played in Albany, N.Y. * - game played in Springfield, Mass. 1893 (2-5-1) Coach: No regular coach Captain:C.J.Barr Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/1 GETTYSBURG ... W 16 -0 10/14 UNION ........ W 18 -6 10/21 vs.Princeton* ... L 0 -46 10/28 vs.Williams+ .... T 10 -10 11/4 vs.Harvard* .... L 0 -34 11/8 TUFTS ........ L 0 -6 11/11 LEHIGH ........ L 0 -14 11/18 at Penn ....... L 0 -50 TOTALS 44 -166 + - game played in Albany, N.Y. * - game played in New York, N.Y. 1894 (6-4-1) Coach: Marshall Newell Captain: Glenn (Pop) Warner Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 SYRACUSE ..... W 39 -0 10/6 UNION ........ W 37 -0 10/13 LAFAYETTE ..... W 24 -0 10/20 vs.Princeton+ ... L 4 -12 10/27 vs.Harvard+ .... L 12 -22 11/3 MICHIGAN ..... W 22 -0 11/7 vs. Crescent A. C. W 22 -0 11/10 vs.Williams* .... T 0 -0 11/17 at Penn ....... L 0 -6 11/24 vs. Michigan^ ... L 4 -12 11/29 LEHIGH ........ W 10 -6 TOTALS 174 -58 + - game played in New York, N.Y. * - game played in Albany, N.Y. ^ - game played in Buffalo, N.Y. 1895 (3-4-1) Coach: Marshall Newell Captain:ClintonWyckoff Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 SYRACUSE ..... W 8 -0 10/5 PENN STATE .... T 0 -0 10/12 CASE WESTERN .. W 12 -4 10/19 LAFAYETTE ..... L 0 -6 10/26 at Harvard ..... L 0 -25 11/9 vs.Princeton+ ... L 0 -6 11/16 B R O W N ....... W 6 -4 11/28 at Penn ....... L 2 -46 TOTALS 28 -91 + - game played in Buffalo, N.Y. 1896 (5-3-1) Coach: Joseph Beacham Captain: Joseph Beacham Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 COLGATE ...... W 6 -0 10/3 SYRACUSE ..... W 22 -0 10/10 CASE WESTERN .. W 48 -0 10/17 TUFTS ........ W 18 -0 10/24 HARVARD ...... L 4 -13 10/31 atPrinceton .... L 0 -37 11/7 BUCKNELL ...... W 54 -0 11/14 vs.Williams+ .... T 0 -0 11/28 at Penn ....... L 10 -32 TOTALS 162 -82 + - game played in Buffalo, N.Y. 1897 (5-3-1) Coach: Glenn (Pop) Warner Captain: William McKeever Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/25 COLGATE ...... W 6 -0

10/2 SYRACUSE ..... W 16 -0 10/9 TUFTS ........ W 15 -0 10/16 atLafayette .... T 4 -4 10/23 PRINCETON .... L 0 -10 10/30 at Harvard ..... L 5 -24 11/6 PENN STATE .... W 45 -0 11/13 vs.Williams+ .... W 42 -0 11/25 at Penn ....... L 0 -4 TOTALS 133 -42 + - game played in Buffalo, N.Y. 1898 (10-2) Coach: Glenn (Pop) Warner Captain:AllenWhiting Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/21 SYRACUSE ..... W 28 -0 9/24 COLGATE ...... W 29 -5 9/28 HAMILTON ..... W 41 -0 10/1 TRINITY ....... W 47 -0 10/5 atSyracuse ..... W 30 -0 10/8 CARLISLE INDIANS W 23 -6 10/15 BUFFALO ...... W 27 -0 10/22 atPrinceton .... L 0 -6 10/29 OBERLIN ....... W 6 -0 11/5 vs.Williams+ .... W 12 -0 11/12 LAFAYETTE ..... W 47 -0 11/24 at Penn ....... L 6 -12 TOTALS 296 -29 + - game played in Buffalo, N.Y. 1899 (7-3) Coach: Percy Haughton Captain: Raymond Starbuck Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/23 vs.Colgate+ .... W 42 -0 9/27 SYRACUSE ..... W 17 -0 9/30 HAMILTON ..... W 12 -0 10/7 WILLIAMS ...... W 12 -0 10/14 at Chicago ..... L 6 -17 10/21 LEHIGH ........ W 6 -0 10/28 PRINCETON .... W 5 -0 11/7 at Columbia .... W 29 -0 11/11 LAFAYETTE ..... L 5 -6 11/30 at Penn ....... L 0 -29 TOTALS 134 -52 +-gameplayedinRichfieldSprings,N.Y. 1900 (10-2) Coach: Percy Haughton Captain: Raymond Starbuck Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 COLGATE ...... W 16 -0 9/29 SYRACUSE ..... W 6 -0 10/3 ROCHESTER ..... W 6 -0 10/6 BUCKNELL ...... W 6 -0 10/13 WASH. & JEFF. ... W 16 -5 10/20 UNION ........ W 11 -0 10/27 DARTMOUTH ... W 23 -6 11/3 atPrinceton .... W 12 -0 11/10 OBERLIN ....... W 29 -0 11/17 atLafayette .... L 0 -17 11/24 VERMONT ...... W 42 -0 11/29 at Penn ....... L 0 -27 TOTALS 167 -55 1901 (11-1) Coach: Raymond Starbuck Captain: William Warner Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 COLGATE ...... W 17 -0 10/2 ROCHESTER ..... W 50 -0 10/5 BUCKNELL ...... W 6 -0 10/9 HAMILTON ..... W 39 -0 10/12 UNION ........ W 24 -0 10/19 vs.CarlisleIndians+ W 17 -0 10/26 OBERLIN ....... W 29 -0 11/2 PRINCETON .... L 6 -8 11/9 LEHIGH ........ W 30 -0 11/16 at Columbia .... W 24 -0 11/23 VERMONT ...... W 68 -0 11/28 at Penn ....... W 23 -6 TOTALS 333 -14 + - game played in Buffalo, N.Y.

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1902 (8-3) Coach: Raymond Starbuck Captain: William Warner Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 COLGATE ...... W 5 -0 10/1 ROCHESTER ..... W 31 -0 10/4 UNION ........ W 42 -0 10/8 HOBART ....... W 57 -0 10/11 WILLIAMS ...... W 37 -6 10/18 CARLISLE INDIANS L 6 -10 10/25 OBERLIN ....... W 57 -0 11/1 atPrinceton .... L 0 -10 11/8 WASH. & JEFF. ... W 50 -0 11/15 LAFAYETTE ..... W 28 -0 11/27 at Penn ....... L 11 -12 TOTALS 324 -38 1903 (6-3-1) Coach: William Warner Captain: Sanford Hunt Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 HOBART ....... W 12 -0 9/30 ALFRED ........ W 26 -0 10/3 ROCHESTER ..... W 11 -0 10/10 COLGATE ...... W 12 -0 10/17 BUCKNELL ...... W 6 -0 10/24 CASE WESTERN .. W 41 -0 10/31 atPrinceton .... L 0 -44 11/7 LEHIGH ........ T 0 -0 11/14 COLUMBIA ..... L 12 -17 11/26 at Penn ....... L 0 -42 TOTALS 120 -103 1904 (7-3) Coach: Glenn (Pop) Warner Captain: James Lynah Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 COLGATE ...... W 17 -0 10/1 ROCHESTER ..... W 29 -6 10/5 HOBART ....... W 24 -0 10/8 HAMILTON ..... W 34 -0 10/15 BUCKNELL ...... W 24 -12 10/22 FRANKLIN & MARSH. W 36 -5 10/29 PRINCETON .... L 6 -18 11/5 LEHIGH ........ W 50 -5 11/12 at Columbia .... L 6 -12 11/24 at Penn ....... L 0 -34 TOTALS 226 -92 1905 (6-4) Coach: Glenn (Pop) Warner Captain: James Costello Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 HAMILTON ..... W 5 -0 9/30 COLGATE ...... W 12 -11 10/4 HOBART ....... W 28 -0 10/7 BUCKNELL ...... W 24 -0 10/21 PITTSBURGH .... W 30 -0 10/28 HAVERFORD .... W 57 -0 11/4 SWARTHMORE .. L 0 -14 11/11 atPrinceton .... L 6 -16 11/18 COLUMBIA ..... L 6 -12 11/30 Penn ......... L 5 -6 TOTALS 173 -59 1906 (8-1-2) Coach: Glenn (Pop) Warner Captain: George Cook Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/29 COLGATE ...... T 0 -0 10/3 HAMILTON ..... W 21 -0 10/6 OBERLIN ....... W 25 -5 10/10 NIAGARA ...... W 23 -6 10/13 BUCKNELL ...... W 24 -6 10/20 BOWDOIN ..... W 72 -0 10/27 vs.Princeton+ ... L 5 -14 11/3 PITTSBURGH .... W 23 -0 11/10 HOLY CROSS ... W 16 -6 11/17 SWARTHMORE .. W 28 -0 11/29 at Penn ....... T 0 -0 TOTALS 237 -37 + - game played in New York, N.Y.


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1907 (8-2) Coach: Henry Schoellkopf Captain: George Cook Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/2 HAMILTON ..... W 23 -0 10/5 OBERLIN ....... W 22 -5 10/9 NIAGARA ...... W 47 -0 10/12 COLGATE ...... W 18 -0 10/19 PENN STATE .... L 6 -8 10/26 PRINCETON .... W 6 -5 11/2 PITTSBURGH .... W 18 -5 11/9 at Army ....... W 14 -10 11/16 SWARTHMORE .. W 18 -0 11/28 at Penn ....... L 4 -12 TOTALS 176 -45 1908 (7-1-1) Coach: Henry Schoellkopf Captain: George Walder Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/3 HAMILTON ..... W 11 -0 10/10 OBERLIN ....... W 23 -10 10/17 COLGATE ...... W 9 -0 10/24 VERMONT ...... W 9 -0 10/31 PENN STATE .... W 10 -4 11/7 AMHERST ...... W 6 -0 11/14 at Chicago ..... T 6 -6 11/21 TRINITY ....... W 18 -6 11/26 at Penn ....... L 4 -17 TOTALS 96 -43 1909 (3-4-1) Coach: George Walder Captain: A. F. Tydeman Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/2 RENSSELAER .... W 16 -3 10/9 OBERLIN ....... W 16 -6 10/16 FORDHAM ..... L 6 -12 10/23 VERMONT ...... W 16 -0 10/30 WILLIAMS ...... L 0 -3 11/6 at Harvard ..... L 0 -18 11/13 CHICAGO ...... T 6 -6 11/25 at Penn ....... L 6 -17 TOTALS 66 -65 1910 (5-2-1) Coach: Daniel Reed Captain: LeGrand Simson Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 HOBART ....... W 50 -0 10/1 RENSSELAER .... W 24 -0 10/8 OBERLIN ....... T 0 -0 10/15 ST. BONAVENTURE W 47 -0 10/22 VERMONT ...... W 15 -5 11/5 at Harvard ..... L 5 -27 11/12 CHICAGO ...... W 18 -0 11/24 at Penn ....... L 6 -12 TOTALS 165 -44

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1912 (3-7) Coach: Al Sharpe Captain: E. W. Butler Opponent .... W/L Score WASH. & JEFF. ... W 3 -0 COLGATE ...... L 7 -13 OBERLIN ....... L 0 -13 NEW YORK UNIV. W 14 -6 PENN STATE .... L 6 -29 BUCKNELL ...... W 14 -0 WILLIAMS ...... L 10 -24 DARTMOUTH ... L 0 -24

1913 (5-4-1) Coach: Al Sharpe Captain: John Munns Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/24 URSINUS ...... W 41 -0 9/27 COLGATE ...... T 0 -0 10/4 OBERLIN ....... W 37 -12 10/11 CARLISLE INDIANS L 0 -7 10/18 BUCKNELL ...... W 10 -7 10/25 PITTSBURGH .... L 7 -20 11/1 at Harvard ..... L 6 -23 11/8 MICHIGAN ..... L 0 -17 11/15 LAFAYETTE ..... W 10 -3 11/27 at Penn ....... W 21 -0 TOTALS 132 -89 1914 (8-2) Coach: Al Sharpe Captain: John O’Hearn Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/23 URSINUS ...... W 28 -0 9/26 PITTSBURGH .... L 3 -9 10/3 COLGATE ...... L 3 -7 10/10 CARLISLE INDIANS W 21 -0 10/17 BUCKNELL ...... W 48 -0 10/24 vs. Brown+ ..... W 28 -7 10/31 HOLY CROSS ... W 48 -3 11/7 FRANKLIN & MARSH W 26 -3 11/14 at Michigan ..... W 28 -13 11/26 at Penn ....... W 24 -12 TOTALS 257 -54 + - game played in New York, N.Y. 1915 (9-0) National Champions* Games first played at Schoellkopf Coach: Al Sharpe Captain:CharlesBarrett Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 GETTYSBURG ... W 13 -0 10/2 OBERLIN ....... W 34 -7 10/9 WILLIAMS ...... W 46 -6 10/16 BUCKNELL ...... W 41 -0 10/23 at Harvard ..... W 10 -0 10/30 VIRGINIA TECH .. W 45 -0 11/6 at Michigan ..... W 34 -7 11/13 WASH. & LEE ... W 40 -21 11/25 at Penn ....... W 24 -9 TOTALS 287 -50 1916 (6-2) Coach: Al Sharpe Captain: L. W. Mueller Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/9 GETTYSBURG ... W 26 -0 10/14 WILLIAMS ...... W 42 -0 10/21 BUCKNELL ...... W 19 -0 10/28 at Harvard ..... L 0 -23 11/4 CARNEGIE TECH . W 15 -7 11/11 MICHIGAN ..... W 23 -20 11/18 MASS. STATE ... W 37 -0 11/30 at Penn ....... L 3 -23 TOTALS 165 -73 1917 (3-6) Coach: Al Sharpe Captain: Arthur Hoffman Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/6 OBERLIN ....... W 22 -0 10/13 WILLIAMS ...... L 10 -14 10/16 47TH INFANTRY . L 0 -6 10/20 COLGATE ...... L 0 -20 10/27 BUCKNELL ...... W 20 -0 11/3 CARNEGIE TECH . W 20 -0 11/10 at Michigan ..... L 0 -42 11/17 FORDHAM ..... L 6 -27 11/29 at Penn ....... L 0 -37 TOTALS 78 -146

1918 NO TEAM 1919 (3-5) Coach: John Rush Captain:Francis(Fritz)Shiverick Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/4 OBERLIN ....... W 9 -0 10/11 WILLIAMS ...... W 3 -0 10/18 COLGATE ...... L 0 -21 10/25 vs. Dartmouth+ .. L 0 -9 11/1 LAFAYETTE ..... L 2 -21 11/8 CARNEGIE TECH . W 20 -0 11/15 PENN STATE .... L 0 -20 11/27 at Penn ....... L 0 -24 TOTALS 34 -95 + - game played at the Polo Grounds (New York, N.Y.) 1920 (6-2) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Clyde Mayer Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/2 ROCHESTER ..... W 13 -6 10/9 ST. BONAVENTURE W 55 -7 10/16 UNION ........ W 60 -0 10/23 COLGATE ...... W 42 -6 10/30 RUTGERS ...... W 24 -0 11/6 vs. Dartmouth+ .. L 3 -14 11/13 COLUMBIA ..... W 34 -7 11/25 at Penn ....... L 0 -28 TOTALS 231 -68 + - game played at the Polo Grounds (New York, N.Y.) 1921 (8-0) National Champions** Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Wilson Dodge Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/1 ST. BONAVENTURE W 41 -0 10/8 ROCHESTER ..... W 55 -0 10/15 CASE WESTERN .. W 110 -0 10/22 COLGATE ...... W 31 -7 10/29 vs. Dartmouth^ .. W 59 -7 11/5 vs. Columbia+ ... W 41 -7 11/12 SPRINGFIELD .... W 14 -0 11/24 at Penn ....... W 41 -0 TOTALS 392 -21 + - game played at Polo Grounds (New York, N.Y.) ^ - game played in Troy, N.Y. 1922 (8-0) National Champions*** Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Eddie Kaw Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/30 ST. BONAVENTURE W 55 -6 10/7 NIAGARA ...... W 66 -0 10/14 NEW HAMPSHIRE . W 68 -7 10/21 COLGATE ...... W 14 -0 11/4 COLUMBIA ..... W 56 -0 11/11 vs. Dartmouth+ .. W 23 -0 11/18 ALBRIGHT ...... W 48 -14 11/30 at Penn ....... W 9 -0 TOTALS 339 -27 + - game played at Polo Grounds (New York, N.Y.) 1923 (8-0) National Champions**** Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: George Pfann Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/29 ST. BONAVENTURE W 41 -6 10/6 SUSQUEHANNA . W 84 -0 10/13 WILLIAMS ...... W 28 -6 10/20 COLGATE ...... W 34 -7 11/3 at Dartmouth ... W 32 -7 11/10 at Columbia .... W 35 -0 11/17 JOHNS HOPKINS . W 52 -0 11/29 at Penn ....... W 14 -7 TOTALS 320 -33

1924 (4-4) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Frank Henderson Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 ST. BONAVENTURE W 56 -0 10/4 NIAGARA ...... W 27 -0 10/11 WILLIAMS ...... L 7 -14 10/18 RUTGERS ...... L 0 -10 11/1 COLUMBIA ..... W 14 -0 11/8 SUSQUEHANNA . W 91 -0 11/15 vs. Dartmouth+ .. L 14 -27 11/27 at Penn ....... L 0 -20 TOTALS 209 -71 + - game played at the Polo Grounds (New York, N.Y.) 1925 (6-2) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Frank Kearney Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 SUSQUEHANNA . W 80 -0 10/3 NIAGARA ...... W 26 -0 10/10 WILLIAMS ...... W 48 -0 10/17 RUTGERS ...... W 41 -0 10/31 vs. Columbia+ ... W 17 -14 11/7 at Dartmouth ... L 13 -62 11/14 CANISIUS ...... W 33 -0 11/26 at Penn ....... L 0 -7 TOTALS 258 -83 + - game played at Polo Grounds (New York, N.Y.) 1926 (6-1-1) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Emerson Carey Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/25 GENEVA ....... W 6 -0 10/2 NIAGARA ...... W 28 -0 10/9 WILLIAMS ...... W 49 -0 10/16 MICHIGAN STATE W 24 -14 10/30 at Columbia .... L 9 -17 11/6 ST. BONAVENTURE W 41 -0 11/13 DARTMOUTH ... W 24 -23 11/25 at Penn ....... T 10 -10 TOTALS 191 -64 1927 (3-3-2) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Harold Hoekelman Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/24 CLARKSON ..... W 41 -0 10/1 NIAGARA ...... W 19 -6 10/8 RICHMOND .... W 53 -0 10/22 PRINCETON .... L 10 -21 10/29 COLUMBIA ..... T 0 -0 11/5 ST. BONAVENTURE T 6 -6 11/12 at Dartmouth ... L 7 -53 11/19 at Penn ....... L 0 -35 TOTALS 136 -121 1928 (3-3-2) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Dudley Schoales Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/29 CLARKSON ..... W 20 -0 10/6 NIAGARA ...... W 34 -0 10/13 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY W 18 -6 10/27 atPrinceton .... L 0 -3 11/3 at Columbia .... T 0 -0 11/10 ST. BONAVENTURE T 0 -0 11/17 DARTMOUTH ... L 0 -28 11/29 at Penn ....... L 0 -49 TOTALS 72 -86 1929 (6-2) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Sam Wakeman Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 CLARKSON ..... W 60 -0 10/5 NIAGARA ...... W 22 -6 10/12 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY W 40 -6 10/19 PRINCETON .... W 13 -7 11/2 COLUMBIA ..... W 12 -6 11/9 CASE WESTERN .. W 36 -0 11/16 at Dartmouth ... L 14 -18 11/28 at Penn ....... L 7 -17 TOTALS 204 -60

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1911 (7-3) Coach: Daniel Reed Captain: William Munk Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 ALLEGHENY ..... W 35 -0 9/30 COLGATE ...... W 6 -0 10/7 OBERLIN ....... W 15 -3 10/14 PENN STATE .... L 0 -5 10/21 WASH. & JEFF. ... W 6 -0 10/28 PITTSBURGH .... W 9 -3 11/4 WILLIAMS ...... W 15 -14 11/11 MICHIGAN ..... W 6 -0 11/18 at Chicago ..... L 0 -6 11/30 at Penn ....... L 9 -21 TOTALS 101 -52

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HISTORY 1930 (6-2) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Paul Hunt Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 CLARKSON ..... W 66 -0 10/4 NIAGARA ...... W 61 -14 10/11 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY W 47 -6 10/18 atPrinceton .... W 12 -7 11/1 at Columbia .... L 7 -10 11/8 HOBART ....... W 54 -0 11/15 DARTMOUTH ... L 13 -19 11/27 at Penn ....... W 13 -7 TOTALS 273 -63

1936 (3-5) Coach: Carl Snavely Captain: John Batten Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 ALFRED ........ W 74 -0 10/3 atYale ........ L 0 -23 10/17 SYRACUSE ..... W 20 -7 10/24 PENN STATE .... W 13 -7 10/31 at Columbia .... L 13 -20 11/7 atPrinceton .... L 13 -41 11/14 DARTMOUTH ... L 6 -20 11/26 at Penn ....... L 6 -14 TOTALS 145 -132

1931 (7-1) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain:CristobalMartinez-Zorrilla Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 CLARKSON ..... W 68 -0 10/3 NIAGARA ...... W 37 -6 10/10 RICHMOND .... W 27 -0 10/17 PRINCETON .... W 33 -0 10/31 COLUMBIA ..... W 13 -0 11/7 ALFRED ........ W 54 -0 11/14 at Dartmouth ... L 0 -14 11/26 at Penn ....... W 7 -0 TOTALS 239 -20

1937 (5-2-1) Coach: Carl Snavely Captain: Edward (Ted) Hughes Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/25 PENN STATE .... W 26 -19 10/2 COLGATE ...... W 40 -7 10/9 atPrinceton .... W 20 -7 10/16 SYRACUSE ..... L 6 -14 10/23 atYale ........ L 0 -9 10/30 COLUMBIA ..... W 14 -0 11/13 at Dartmouth ... T 6 -6 11/25 at Penn ....... W 34 -20 TOTALS 146 -82

1932 (5-2-1) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain:BartViviano Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/24 BUFFALO ...... W 72 -0 10/1 NIAGARA ...... W 7 -0 10/8 RICHMOND .... W 27 -0 10/15 atPrinceton .... T 0 -0 10/22 at Columbia .... L 0 -6 11/5 ALBRIGHT ...... W 40 -14 11/12 DARTMOUTH ... W 21 -6 11/24 at Penn ....... L 7 -13 TOTALS 174 -39

1938 (5-1-1) Coach: Carl Snavely Captain: Al Van Ranst Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/1 COLGATE ...... W 15 -6 10/8 at Harvard ..... W 20 -0 10/15 atSyracuse ..... L 17 -19 10/22 PENN STATE .... W 21 -6 10/29 at Columbia .... W 23 -7 11/12 DARTMOUTH ... W 14 -7 11/24 at Penn ....... T 0 -0 TOTALS 110 -45

1933 (4-3) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain:JohnFerraro Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/30 ST. LAWRENCE .. W 48 -7 10/7 RICHMOND .... W 28 -7 10/14 at Michigan ..... L 0 -40 10/21 SYRACUSE ..... L 7 -14 11/4 COLUMBIA ..... L 6 -9 11/18 at Dartmouth ... W 7 -0 11/30 at Penn ....... W 20 -12 TOTALS 116 -89

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1934 (2-5) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: Walt Switzer Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/29 ST. LAWRENCE .. W 14 -0 10/6 RICHMOND .... L 0 -6 10/13 SYRACUSE ..... L 7 -20 10/27 atPrinceton .... L 0 -45 11/3 at Columbia .... L 0 -14 11/17 DARTMOUTH ... W 21 -6 11/29 at Penn ....... L 13 -23 TOTALS 55 -114

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1935 (0-6-1) Coach: Gil Dobie Captain: H. S. Wilson Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 ST. LAWRENCE .. L 6 -12 10/5 CASE WESTERN .. L 19 -33 10/12 atSyracuse ..... L 14 -21 10/26 PRINCETON .... L 0 -54 11/2 COLUMBIA ..... T 7 -7 11/16 at Dartmouth ... L 6 -41 11/28 at Penn ....... L 7 -33 TOTALS 59 -201

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1939 (8-0) National Champions***** Coach: Carl Snavely Captains:VincentEichler, Malvern Baker, Ken Brown Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/7 SYRACUSE ..... W 19 -6 10/14 atPrinceton .... W 20 -7 10/21 PENN STATE .... W 47 -0 10/28 at Ohio State ... W 23 -14 11/4 COLUMBIA ..... W 13 -7 11/11 COLGATE ...... W 14 -12 11/18 at Dartmouth ... W 35 -6 11/25 at Penn ....... W 26 -0 TOTALS 197 -52 1940 (6-2) Coach: Carl Snavely Captain: Walt Matuszak Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/5 COLGATE ...... W 34 -0 10/12 at Army ....... W 45 -0 10/19 SYRACUSE ..... W 33 -6 10/26 OHIO STATE .... W 21 -7 11/2 COLUMBIA ..... W 27 -0 11/9 atYale ........ W 21 -0 11/16 at Dartmouth ... L 0 -3 11/23 at Penn ....... L 20 -22 TOTALS 201 -38 1941 (5-3) Coach: Carl Snavely Captain:PeterWolff Date Opponent .... W/L Score 10/4 SYRACUSE ..... W 6 -0 10/11 at Harvard ..... W 7 -0 10/18 vs. Navy+ ...... L 0 -14 10/25 COLGATE ...... W 21 -2 11/1 at Columbia .... L 0 -7 11/8 YALE .......... W 21 -7 11/15 DARMOUTH .... W 33 -19 11/22 at Penn ....... L 0 -16 TOTALS 88 -65 + - game played at Municipal Stadium (Baltimore,Md.)

1942 (3-5-1) Coach: Carl Snavely Captain: Roy Johnson Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 LAFAYETTE ..... W 20 -16 10/3 COLGATE ...... L 6 -18 10/10 at Army ....... L 8 -28 10/17 PENN STATE .... T 0 -0 10/24 atSyracuse ..... L 7 -12 10/31 at Columbia .... L 13 -14 11/7 atYale ........ W 13 -7 11/14 vs. Dartmouth+ .. W 21 -19 11/26 at Penn ....... L 7 -34 TOTALS 95 -148 + - game played in Buffalo, N.Y. 1943 (6-4) Coach: Carl Snavely Captain: Meredith (Bud) Cushing Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/18 BUCKNELL ...... W 7 -6 9/25 SAMPSON N.T.S. W 27 -13 10/2 vs. Navy+ ...... L 7 -46 10/9 atPrinceton .... W 30 -0 10/16 HOLY CROSS ... W 20 -7 10/23 vs.Colgate* .... L 7 -20 10/30 COLUMBIA ..... W 33 -6 11/6 PENN STATE .... W 13 -0 11/13 vs. Dartmouth^ .. L 0 -20 11/25 at Penn ....... L 14 -20 TOTALS 158 -138 + - game played at Municipal Stadium (Baltimore,Md.) * - game played in Syracuse, N.Y. ^ - game played at Fenway Park (Boston,Mass.) 1944 (5-4) Coach: Carl Snavely Captains:FrankAccorsi,GrantEllis Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/23 atSyracuse ..... W 39 -6 9/30 BUCKNELL ...... W 26 -0 10/7 atYale ........ L 7 -16 10/14 COLGATE ...... L 7 -14 10/21 SAMPSON N.T.S. W 13 -6 11/4 at Columbia .... W 25 -7 11/11 vs. Navy+ ...... L 0 -48 11/18 DARTMOUTH ... W 14 -13 11/25 at Penn ....... L 0 -20 TOTALS 131 -130 + - game played at Municipal Stadium (Baltimore,Md.) 1945 (5-4) Coach: Ed McKeever Captain: Allen Dekdebrun Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/22 atSyracuse ..... W 26 -14 9/29 BUCKNELL ...... W 19 -8 10/6 U.S. SUB BASE .. W 39 -0 10/13 PRINCETON .... L 6 -14 10/27 atYale ........ L 7 -18 11/3 at Columbia .... L 26 -34 11/10 COLGATE ...... W 20 -6 11/17 at Dartmouth ... W 20 -13 11/24 at Penn ....... L 6 -59 TOTALS 169 -166 1946 (5-3-1) Coach: Ed McKeever Captain:JoeMartin Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 BUCKNELL ...... W 21 -0 10/5 at Army ....... L 21 -46 10/12 COLGATE ...... W 13 -9 10/19 YALE .......... T 6 -6 10/26 atPrinceton .... W 14 -7 11/2 at Columbia .... W 12 -0 11/9 SYRACUSE ..... L 7 -14 11/16 DARTMOUTH ... W 21 -7 11/28 at Penn ....... L 20 -26 TOTALS 135 -115

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1947 (4-5) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain:WaltKretz Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 LEHIGH ........ W 27 -0 10/4 atYale ........ L 0 -14 10/11 at Colgate ..... W 27 -18 10/18 NAVY ......... L 19 -38 10/25 atPrinceton .... W 28 -21 11/1 COLUMBIA ..... L 0 -22 11/8 SYRACUSE ..... W 12 -6 11/15 at Dartmouth ... L 13 -21 11/27 at Penn ....... L 0 -21 TOTALS 126 -161 1948 (8-1) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain: Joe Quinn Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/25 NEW YORK UNIV. W 47 -6 10/2 vs. Navy+ ...... W 13 -7 10/9 HARVARD ...... W 40 -6 10/16 atSyracuse ..... W 34 -7 10/23 ARMY ......... L 6 -27 10/30 at Columbia .... W 20 -13 11/6 COLGATE ...... W 14 -6 11/13 DARTMOUTH ... W 27 -26 11/25 at Penn ....... W 23 -14 TOTALS 224 -112 + - game played at Municipal Stadium (Baltimore,Md.) 1949 (8-1) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain: Paul Girolamo Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/24 NIAGARA ...... W 27 -0 10/1 COLGATE ...... W 39 -27 10/8 at Harvard ..... W 33 -14 10/15 atYale ........ W 48 -14 10/22 PRINCETON .... W 14 -12 10/29 COLUMBIA ..... W 54 -0 11/5 SYRACUSE ..... W 33 -7 11/12 at Dartmouth ... L 7 -16 11/24 at Penn ....... W 29 -21 TOTALS 284 -111 1950 (7-2) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captains:CharlesTaylor,JohnPierik Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/30 LAFAYETTE ..... W 27 -0 10/7 atSyracuse ..... W 26 -7 10/14 at Harvard ..... W 28 -7 10/21 YALE .......... W 7 -0 10/28 atPrinceton .... L 0 -27 11/4 at Columbia .... L 19 -20 11/11 COLGATE ...... W 26 -18 11/18 DARTMOUTH ... W 24 -0 11/25 at Penn ....... W 13 -6 TOTALS 170 -85 1951 (6-3) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain:VicPujo Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/29 SYRACUSE ..... W 21 -14 10/6 at Colgate ..... W 41 -18 10/13 HARVARD ...... W 42 -6 10/20 atYale ........ W 27 -0 10/27 atPrinceton .... L 15 -53 11/3 COLUMBIA ..... L 20 -21 11/10 MICHIGAN ..... W 20 -7 11/17 at Dartmouth ... W 21 -13 11/24 at Penn ....... L 0 -7 TOTALS 207 -139 1952 (2-7) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain:BillWhelan Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 COLGATE ...... L 7 -14 10/4 NAVY ......... L 7 -31 10/11 atSyracuse ..... L 6 -26 10/18 atYale ........ L 0 -13 10/25 PRINCETON .... L 0 -27 11/1 at Columbia .... W 21 -14


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11/8 at Michigan ..... L 7 -49 11/15 DARTMOUTH ... W 13 -7 11/27 at Penn ....... L 7 -14 TOTALS 68 -195 1953 (4-3-2) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain:BillGeorge Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 COLGATE ...... W 27 -7 10/3 RICE .......... L 7 -28 10/10 vs. Navy+ ...... L 6 -26 10/17 YALE .......... T 0 -0 10/24 atPrinceton .... W 26 -19 10/31 COLUMBIA ..... W 27 -13 11/7 SYRACUSE ..... L 0 -26 11/14 at Dartmouth ... W 28 -26 11/26 at Penn ....... T 7 -7 TOTALS 128 -152 + - game played at Municipal Stadium (Baltimore,Md.) 1954 (5-4) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain: Guy Bedrossian Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/25 COLGATE ...... L 14 -19 10/2 atRice ........ L 20 -41 10/9 HARVARD ...... L 12 -13 10/16 atYale ........ L 21 -47 10/23 atPrinceton .... W 27 -0 10/30 at Columbia .... W 26 -0 11/6 SYRACUSE ..... W 14 -6 11/13 DARTMOUTH ... W 40 -21 11/25 at Penn ....... W 20 -6 TOTALS 194 -153 1955 (5-4) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain:DickJackson Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/24 LEHIGH ........ W 14 -6 10/1 COLGATE ...... L 6 -21 10/8 at Harvard ..... W 20 -7 10/15 atYale ........ L 6 -34 10/22 PRINCETON .... L 20 -26 10/29 COLUMBIA ..... W 34 -19 11/5 at Brown ...... W 20 -7 11/12 at Dartmouth ... L 0 -7 11/24 at Penn ....... W 39 -7 TOTALS 159 -134 1956 (1-8; 1-6 Ivy, 8th) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain: Art Boland Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/29 at Colgate ..... L 6 -34 10/6 NAVY ......... L 0 -14 10/13 HARVARD ...... L 7 -32 10/20 atYale ........ L 7 -25 10/27 PRINCETON .... L 21 -32 11/3 at Columbia .... L 19 -25 11/10 at Brown ...... L 6 -13 11/17 DARTMOUTH ... L 14 -27 11/22 at Penn ....... W 20 -7 TOTALS 100 -209

1959 (5-4; 3-4 Ivy, T-5th) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain: Dave Feeney Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 at Colgate ..... W 20 -15 10/3 LEHIGH ........ W 13 -6 10/10 at Harvard ..... W 20 -16 10/17 YALE .......... L 0 -23 10/24 atPrinceton .... L 0 -20 10/31 COLUMBIA ..... W 13 -7 11/7 B R O W N ....... W 19 -0 11/14 at Dartmouth ... L 12 -21 11/26 at Penn ....... L 13 -28 TOTALS 110 -136 1960 (2-7; 1-6 Ivy, T-7th) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain: Warren Sundstrom Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/24 COLGATE ...... L 8 -28 10/1 BUCKNELL ...... W 15 -7 10/8 HARVARD ...... W 12 -0 10/15 atYale ........ L 6 -22 10/22 PRINCETON .... L 18 -21 10/29 Columbia ...... L 6 -44 11/5 at Brown ...... L 6 -7 11/12 DARTMOUTH ... L 0 -20 11/24 at Penn ....... L 7 -18 TOTALS 78 -167 1961 (3-6; 2-5 Ivy, 6th) Coach: Tom Harp Captains: George Telesh, Dave McKelvey Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/30 COLGATE ...... W 34 -0 10/7 at Harvard ..... L 0 -14 10/14 NAVY ......... L 7 -31 10/21 YALE .......... L 0 -12 10/28 atPrinceton .... L 25 -30 11/4 COLUMBIA ..... L 7 -35 11/11 B R O W N ....... W 25 -0 11/18 at Dartmouth ... L 14 -15 11/25 at Penn ....... W 31 -0 TOTALS 143 -137 1962 (4-5; 4-3 Ivy, T-3rd) Coach: Tom Harp Captain: Tony Turel Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/29 COLGATE ...... L 12 -23 10/6 HARVARD ...... W 14 -12 10/13 at Navy ....... L 0 -41 10/20 atYale ........ L 8 -26 10/27 PRINCETON .... W 35 -34 11/3 at Columbia .... L 21 -25 11/10 at Brown ...... W 28 -26 11/17 DARTMOUTH ... L 21 -28 11/24 at Penn ....... W 29 -22 TOTALS 168 -237 1963 (5-4; 4-3 Ivy, T-4th) Coach: Tom Harp Captain: Gary Wood Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 COLGATE ...... L 17 -21 10/5 LEHIGH ........ W 24 -0 10/12 at Harvard ..... L 14 -21 10/19 YALE .......... W 13 -10 10/26 atPrinceton .... L 14 -51 11/2 COLUMBIA ..... W 18 -17 11/9 B R O W N ....... W 28 -25

11/16 at Dartmouth ... L 7 -12 11/28 at Penn ....... W 17 -8 TOTALS 152 -165 1964 (3-5-1; 3-4 Ivy, T-5th) Coach: Tom Harp Captain:ClarenceJentes Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 BUFFALO ...... T 9 -9 10/3 at Colgate ..... L 3 -8 10/10 PENN ......... W 33 -0 10/17 at Harvard ..... L 0 -16 10/24 YALE .......... L 21 -23 10/31 at Columbia .... W 57 -20 11/7 at Brown ...... L 28 -31 11/14 DARTMOUTH ... W 33 -15 11/21 atPrinceton .... L 12 -17 TOTALS 196 -139 1965 (4-3-2; 3-3-1 Ivy, 4th) Coach: Tom Harp Captain:PhilRatner Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/25 COLGATE ...... T 0 -0 10/2 atLehigh ...... W 49 -13 10/9 PRINCETON .... L 27 -36 10/16 HARVARD ...... T 3 -3 10/23 atYale ........ L 14 -24 10/30 COLUMBIA ..... W 20 -6 11/6 B R O W N ....... W 41 -21 11/13 at Dartmouth ... L 0 -20 11/25 at Penn ....... W 38 -14 TOTALS 192 -137 1966 (6-3; 4-3 Ivy, 4th) Coach: Jack Musick Captain:FredDevlin Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/24 atBuffalo ...... W 28 -21 10/1 COLGATE ...... W 15 -14 10/8 PENN ......... W 45 -28 10/15 at Harvard ..... L 0 -21 10/22 YALE .......... W 16 -14 10/29 at Columbia .... W 31 -6 11/5 at Brown ...... W 23 -14 11/12 DARTMOUTH ... L 23 -32 11/19 atPrinceton .... L 0 -7 TOTALS 181 -157 1967 (6-2-1; 4-2-1 Ivy, 3rd) Coach: Jack Musick Captain:RonKopicki Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/30 BUCKNELL ...... W 23 -7 10/7 at Colgate ..... W 23 -7 10/14 PRINCETON .... W 47 -13 10/21 HARVARD ...... L 12 -14 10/28 atYale ........ L 7 -41 11/4 COLUMBIA ..... W 27 -14 11/11 B R O W N ....... T 14 -14 11/18 at Dartmouth ... W 24 -21 11/25 at Penn ....... W 33 -14 TOTALS 210 -145 1968 (3-6; 1-6 Ivy, 7th) Coach: Jack Musick Captain: Doug Kleiber Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 COLGATE ...... W 17 -0 10/5 RUTGERS ...... W 17 -16 10/12 PENN ......... L 8 -10 10/19 at Harvard ..... L 0 -10 10/26 YALE .......... L 13 -25 11/2 at Columbia .... L 25 -34 11/9 at Brown ...... W 31 -0 11/16 DARTMOUTH ... L 6 -27 11/23 atPrinceton .... L 13 -41 TOTALS 130 -163 1969 (4-5; 4-3 Ivy, 4th) Coach: Jack Musick Captains: Theo Jacobs, Dennis Huff Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 COLGATE ...... L 24 -28 10/4 atRutgers ...... L 7 -21 10/11 PRINCETON .... L 17 -24 10/18 HARVARD ...... W 41 -24

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1970 (6-3; 4-3 Ivy, 4th) Coach: Jack Musick Captain: Dennis Lubozynski Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/26 at Colgate ..... W 17 -7 10/3 LEHIGH ........ W 41 -14 10/10 PENN ......... W 32 -31 10/17 at Harvard ..... L 24 -27 10/24 YALE .......... L 7 -38 10/31 at Columbia .... W 31 -20 11/7 at Brown ...... W 35 -21 11/14 DARTMOUTH ... L 0 -24 11/21 atPrinceton .... W 6 -3 TOTALS 193 -185 1971 (8-1; 6-1 Ivy, T-1st) Coach: Jack Musick Captains:TomAlbright,BillEllis Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/25 COLGATE ...... W 38 -20 10/2 atRutgers ...... W 31 -17 10/9 PRINCETON .... W 19 -8 10/16 HARVARD ...... W 21 -16 10/23 atYale ........ W 31 -10 10/30 COLUMBIA ..... W 24 -21 11/6 B R O W N ....... W 21 -7 11/13 at Dartmouth ... L 14 -24 11/20 at Penn ....... W 41 -13 TOTALS 240 -136 1972 (6-3; 4-3 Ivy, T-3rd) Coach: Jack Musick Captain: Bob Joehl Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/30 COLGATE ...... W 37 -7 10/7 RUTGERS ...... W 36 -22 10/14 PENN ......... W 24 -20 10/21 at Harvard ..... L 15 -33 10/28 YALE .......... W 24 -13 11/4 at Columbia .... L 0 -14 11/11 at Brown ...... W 48 -28 11/18 DARTMOUTH ... L 22 -31 11/25 atPrinceton .... W 22 -15 TOTALS 238 -183 1973 (3-5-1; 2-5 Ivy, 6th) Coach: Jack Musick Captain:BobLally Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/29 at Colgate ..... W 35 -21 10/6 LEHIGH ........ T 7 -7 10/13 PRINCETON .... W 37 -6 10/20 HARVARD ...... L 15 -21 10/27 atYale ........ L 3 -20 11/3 COLUMBIA ..... W 44 -14 11/10 B R O W N ....... L 7 -17 11/17 at Dartmouth ... L 0 -17 11/24 at Penn ....... L 22 -31 TOTALS 170 -154 1974 (3-5-1; 1-5-1 Ivy, 7th) Coach: Jack Musick Captains: Rick Johnson, Dan Malone Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 COLGATE ...... W 40 -21 10/5 BUCKNELL ...... W 24 -0 10/12 PENN ......... T 28 -28 10/19 at Harvard ..... L 27 -39 10/26 YALE .......... L 3 -27 11/2 at Columbia .... W 24 -0 11/9 at Brown ...... L 8 -16 11/16 DARTMOUTH ... L 9 -21 11/23 atPrinceton .... L 20 -41 TOTALS 183 -193

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1957 (3-6; 3-4 Ivy, T-4th) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain: Gerald Knapp Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/28 COLGATE ...... L 13 -14 10/5 at Harvard ..... W 20 -6 10/12 SYRACUSE ..... L 0 -34 10/19 YALE .......... L 7 -18 10/26 atPrinceton .... L 14 -47 11/2 COLUMBIA ..... W 8 -0 11/9 B R O W N ....... W 13 -6 11/16 at Dartmouth ... L 19 -20 11/28 at Penn ....... L 6 -14 TOTALS 100 -159

1958 (6-3; 5-2 Ivy, T-2nd) Coach: George (Lefty) James Captain: Bob Hazzard Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 COLGATE ...... W 13 -0 10/4 HARVARD ...... W 21 -14 10/11 atSyracuse ..... L 0 -55 10/18 atYale ........ W 12 -7 10/25 PRINCETON .... W 34 -8 11/1 at Columbia .... W 25 -0 11/8 at Brown ...... L 8 -12 11/15 DARTMOUTH ... L 15 -32 11/27 at Penn ....... W 19 -7 TOTALS 147 135

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HISTORY 1975 (1-8; 0-7 Ivy, 8th) Coach: George Seifert Captains: Don Fanelli, Steve Horrigan Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/27 COLGATE ...... L 22 -24 10/4 atBucknell ..... W 21 -6 10/11 PRINCETON .... L 8 -16 10/18 HARVARD ...... L 13 -34 10/25 atYale ........ L 14 -20 11/1 COLUMBIA ..... L 19 -42 11/8 B R O W N ....... L 23 -45 11/15 at Dartmouth ... L 10 -33 11/22 at Penn ....... L 21 -27 TOTALS 151 -247 1976 (2-7; 2-5 Ivy, T-5th) Coach: George Seifert Game Captains Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/18 PRINCETON .... L 0 -3 9/25 COLGATE ...... L 20 -25 10/2 atRutgers ...... L 14 -21 10/9 at Harvard ..... W 9 -3 10/16 B R O W N ....... L 12 -28 10/23 DARTMOUTH ... L 0 -35 10/30 atYale ........ L 6 -14 11/6 at Columbia .... L 17 -35 11/13 at Penn ....... W 31 -13 TOTALS 109 -177 1977 (1-8; 1-6 Ivy, T-7th) Coach: Bob Blackman Captains: Tony Anzalone, Terry Lee Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/17 at Penn ....... L 7 -17 9/24 COLGATE ...... L 22 -28 10/1 RUTGERS ...... L 14 -30 10/8 HARVARD ...... L 7 -17 10/15 at Brown ...... L 3 -21 10/22 at Dartmouth ... L 13 -17 10/29 YALE .......... L 0 -28 11/5 COLUMBIA ..... W 20 -7 11/12 atPrinceton .... L 0 -34 TOTALS 86 -199

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1978 (5-3-1; 3-3-1 Ivy, 4th) Coach: Bob Blackman Captains: Mike Donahue, Dave Kintigh Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/23 PRINCETON .... T 14 -14 9/30 at Colgate ..... W 21 -12 10/7 BUCKNELL ...... W 24 -0 10/14 at Harvard ..... W 25 -20 10/21 B R O W N ....... L 13 -21 10/28 DARTMOUTH ... L 7 -14 11/4 atYale ........ L 14 -42 11/11 at Columbia .... W 35 -14 11/18 PENN ......... W 35 -17 TOTALS 188 -154

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1979 (5-4; 4-3 Ivy, T-4th) Coach: Bob Blackman Captains: Brad Decker, Jim DeStefano Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/22 at Penn ....... W 52 -13 9/29 COLGATE ...... W 36 -21 10/6 BUCKNELL ...... L 0 -10 10/13 HARVARD ...... W 41 -14 10/20 at Brown ...... L 7 -28 10/27 at Dartmouth ... W 21 -10 11/3 YALE .......... L 20 -23 11/10 COLUMBIA ..... W 24 -7 11/17 atPrinceton .... L 14 -26 TOTALS 215 -152 1980 (5-5; 5-2 Ivy, 2nd) Coach: Bob Blackman Captains: Tom Rohlfing, Dan Scully Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/20 PRINCETON .... W 17 -7 9/27 at Colgate ..... L 20 -38 10/4 RUTGERS ...... L 3 -44 10/11 at Harvard ..... L 12 -20 10/18 B R O W N ....... L 25 -32 10/25 DARTMOUTH ... W 7 -3 11/1 atBucknell ..... L 16 -33 11/8 atYale ........ W 24 -6

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11/15 at Columbia .... W 24 -0 11/22 PENN ......... W 31 -9 TOTALS 179 -192 1981 (3-7; 2-5 Ivy, T-5th) Coach: Bob Blackman Captains: Dave Kimichik, Steve Ross Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/19 at Penn ....... L 22 -29 9/26 COLGATE ...... L 10 -34 10/3 atRutgers ...... L 17 -31 10/10 HARVARD ...... L 10 -27 10/17 at Brown ...... W 14 -9 10/24 at Dartmouth ... L 7 -42 10/31 BUCKNELL ...... W 22 -15 11/7 YALE .......... L 17 -23 11/14 COLUMBIA ..... W 15 -9 11/21 atPrinceton .... L 14 -37 TOTALS 148 -256 1982 (4-6; 3-4 Ivy, T-4th) Coach: Bob Blackman Captains: Steve Duca, Dan Suren Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/18 PRINCETON .... L 36 -41 9/25 COLGATE ...... L 6 -21 10/2 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 6 -17 10/9 at Harvard ..... L 13 -25 10/16 B R O W N ....... L 19 -38 10/23 DARTMOUTH ... L 13 -14 10/30 MERCHANT MARINE W 34 -0 11/5 atYale ........ W 26 -20 11/12 at Columbia .... W 35 -26 11/19 PENN ......... W 23 -0 TOTALS 211 -202 1983 (3-6-1; 3-3-1 Ivy, 5th) Coach: Maxie Baughan Captains:FrankFarace,MarkMiller, MikeScully Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/17 at Penn ....... L 7 -28 9/24 COLGATE ...... L 7 -60 10/1 atCincinnati .... L 20 -48 10/8 HARVARD ...... T 3 -3 10/15 at Brown ...... L 3 -14 10/22 at Dartmouth ... L 17 -31 10/29 atBostonUniversity L 0 -41 11/5 YALE .......... W 41 -7 11/12 COLUMBIA ..... W 31 -6 11/19 atPrinceton .... W 32 -30 TOTALS 161 268 1984 (2-7; 2-5 Ivy, T-6th) Coach: Maxie Baughan Captains: Mark Miller, Scott Sidman, SteveGarrison,JohnTagliaferri Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/22 PRINCETON .... L 9 -17 9/29 COLGATE ...... L 7 -35 10/6 atBucknell ..... L 7 -10 10/13 at Harvard ..... L 18 -24 10/20 B R O W N ....... L 9 -13 10/27 DARTMOUTH ... W 13 -10 11/3 atYale ........ L 14 -21 11/10 at Columbia .... W 19 -7 11/17 PENN ......... L 0 -24 TOTALS 96 -161 1985 (3-7; 2-5 Ivy, 7th) Coach: Maxie Baughan Captains:StuartMitchell,John Tagliaferri, Dave Van Metre Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/21 at Penn ....... L 6 -10 9/28 COLGATE ...... L 20 -21 10/5 LAFAYETTE ..... L 3 -17 10/12 HARVARD ...... L 17 -20 10/19 at Brown ...... L 0 -22 10/26 DARTMOUTH ... L 17 -20 11/2 atBucknell ..... W 26 -13 11/9 atYale ........ W 20 -14 11/16 COLUMBIA ..... W 21 -8 11/23 atPrinceton .... L 27 -33 TOTALS 157 -178

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1986 (8-2; 6-1 Ivy, 2nd) Coach: Maxie Baughan Captains: Tom Bernardo, Ken Johnson, ErikBernstein Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/20 PRINCETON .... W 39 -8 9/27 at Colgate ..... W 21 -12 10/4 atLafayette .... L 22 -33 10/11 Harvard ....... W 3 -0 10/18 B R O W N ....... W 27 -9 10/25 at Dartmouth ... W 10 -7 11/1 BUCKNELL ...... W 16 -3 11/8 YALE .......... W 15 -0 11/15 at Columbia .... W 28 -0 11/22 PENN ......... L 21 -31 TOTALS 202 -103

1991 (5-5; 4-3 Ivy, T-4th) Coach: Jim Hofher Captains: Mark Broderick, Greg Finnegan,ScottOliaro Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/21 atPrinceton .... L 0 -18 9/28 COLGATE ...... L 13 -31 10/5 atBucknell ..... W 23 -7 10/12 atStanford ..... L 6 -56 10/19 HARVARD ...... W 22 -17 10/26 at Dartmouth ... L 25 -31 11/2 at Brown ...... W 20 -17 11/9 YALE .......... W 31 -6 11/16 COLUMBIA ..... W 28 -21 11/23 at Penn ....... L 13 -14 TOTALS 181 -218

1987 (5-5; 4-3 Ivy, T-4th) Coach: Maxie Baughan Captains: Lee Reherman, Gary Rinkus, Dave Quarles Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/19 at Penn ....... W 17 -13 9/26 COLGATE ...... L 3 -27 10/3 LAFAYETTE ..... W 17 -12 10/10 HARVARD ...... W 29 -17 10/17 at Brown ...... L 15 -23 10/24 DARTMOUTH ... W 21 -14 10/31 BUCKNELL ...... L 6 -20 11/7 atYale ........ L 9 -28 11/14 COLUMBIA ..... W 31 -20 11/21 atPrinceton .... L 6 -23 TOTALS 154 -197

1992 (7-3; 4-3 Ivy, 4th) Coach: Jim Hofher Captains: John Massy, Scott Oliaro, JeffWoodring Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/19 PRINCETON .... L 20 -22 9/26 LEHIGH ........ W 29 -23 10/3 LAFAYETTE ..... W 44 -33 10/10 at Harvard ..... W 31 -13 10/17 at Colgate ..... W 25 -7 10/24 DARTMOUTH ... W 26 -16 10/31 B R O W N ....... W 16 -6 11/7 atYale ........ W 35 -14 11/14 at Columbia .... L 30 -35 11/21 PENN ......... L 7 -14 TOTALS 263 -183

1988 (7-2-1; 6-1 Ivy, T-1st) Coach: Maxie Baughan Captains: Doug Langan, Scott Malaga, Mike McGrann Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/17 PRINCETON .... L 17 -26 9/24 COLGATE ...... W 17 -14 10/1 atLehigh ...... L 14 -27 10/8 at Harvard ..... W 19 -17 10/15 B R O W N ....... W 35 -0 10/22 at Dartmouth ... W 24 -7 10/29 atLafayette .... T 21 -21 11/5 YALE .......... W 26 -0 11/12 at Columbia .... W 42 -19 11/19 PENN ......... W 19 -6 TOTALS 234 -137

1993 (4-6; 3-4 Ivy, T-4th) Coach: Jim Hofher Captains:BillLazor,ChrisZingo Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9 / 1 8 at .................. 1 2 18 9/25 ....................... 6 22 1 0 / 2 at ........................ 1 3 35 10/9 ...................... 27 0 10/16 .................... 48 6 1 0 / 2 3 at .............. 2 7 28 1 0 / 3 0 at ........................ 21 3 11/6 .................................. 21 0 11/13 .................... 24 29 1 1 / 2 0 at ............................ 1 4 17 2 1 3 158

1989 (4-6; 2-5 Ivy, T-5th) Coach: Jack Fouts Captains: Drew Fraser, Mitch Lee Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/23 atBucknell ..... W 20 -9 9/30 NORTHEASTERN . L 0 -20 10/7 LAFAYETTE ..... W 24 -23 10/14 HARVARD ...... W 28 -0 10/21 at Brown ...... L 7 -28 10/28 DARTMOUTH ... L 14 -28 11/4 atYale ........ L 19 -34 11/11 COLUMBIA ..... L 19 -25 11/18 atPrinceton .... L 7 -21 11/23 at Penn ....... W 20 -6 TOTALS 158 -194

1994 (6-4; 3-4 Ivy, T-4th) Coach: Jim Hofher Captains: Dick Emmet, Terry Golden, Mike McKean, John Vitullo Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/17 PRINCETON .... W 31 -16 9/24 at Fordham ..... W 13 -6 10/1 LEHIGH ........ W 21 -17 10/8 at Harvard ..... W 18 -13 10/15 atBucknell ..... W 29 -28 10/22 DARTMOUTH ... W 17 -14 10/29 B R O W N ....... L 3 -16 11/5 atYale ........ L 14 -24 11/12 at Columbia .... L 33 -38 11/19 PENN ......... L 14 -18 TOTALS 193 -190

1990 (7-3; 6-1 Ivy, T-1st) Coach: Jim Hofher Captains: Chris Cochrane, Rob Ryder, PaulTully Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/15 PRINCETON .... W 17 -14 9/22 at Colgate ..... L 24 -59 9/29 BUCKNELL ...... L 21 -42 10/6 at Harvard ..... W 20 -17 10/13 atLafayette .... W 38 -16 10/20 DARTMOUTH ... L 6 -11 10/27 B R O W N ....... W 34 -7 11/3 atYale ........ W 41 -31 11/10 at Columbia .... W 41 -0 11/17 PENN ......... W 21 -15 TOTALS 263 -212

1995 (6-4; 5-2 Ivy, T-2nd) Coach: Jim Hofher Captains: Greg Bloedorn, Doug Knopp,JohnVitullo Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/16 atPrinceton .... L 22 -24 9/23 HOLY CROSS ... W 28 -19 9/30 at Dartmouth ... W 24 -19 10/7 HARVARD ...... W 28 -27 10/14 BUCKNELL ...... L 7 -10 10/21 atLehigh ...... L 23 -34 10/28 at Brown ...... W 38 -28 11/4 YALE .......... W 38 -10 11/11 COLUMBIA ..... W 35 -14 11/18 at Penn ....... L 18 -37 TOTALS 261 -222


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1996 (4-6; 4-3 Ivy, T-3rd) Coach: Jim Hofher Captains: Steve Busch, Chad Levitt, Seth Payne, Brian Weidel Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/21 PRINCETON (2OT) W 33 -27 9/28 atLafayette .... L 19 -30 10/5 atBuffalo ...... L 24 -41 10/12 at Harvard ..... W 20 -13 10/19 COLGATE ...... L 21 -31 10/26 DARTMOUTH ... L 21 -38 11/2 B R O W N ....... L 21 -35 11/9 atYale ........ W 28 -20 11/16 at Columbia .... L 10 -24 11/23 PENN ......... W 24 -21 TOTALS 221 -280 1997 (6-4; 4-3 Ivy, T-3rd) Coach: Jim Hofher Captains:ChrisAllen,JustinBird,Scott Carroll,EricKrawczyk,RichSheerin Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/20 PRINCETON .... W 14 -10 9/27 COLGATE (OT) .. L 38 -44 10/4 at Dartmouth ... L 20 -24 10/11 HARVARD ...... L 9 -34 10/18 LAFAYETTE (2OT) . W 41 -34 10/25 at Fordham ..... W 45 -13 11/1 at Brown ...... L 12 -37 11/8 YALE .......... W 37 -10 11/15 COLUMBIA ..... W 33 -22 11/22 at Penn ...... W + 20 -33 TOTALS 269 -261 +Penn forfeited game due to use of an ineligibleplayer 1998 (4-6; 1-6 Ivy, T-7th) Coach: Pete Mangurian Captains: John Hanson, Mike Hood Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/19 atPrinceton .... L 0 -6 9/26 at Holy Cross ... W 17 -9 10/3 BUFFALO ...... W 34 -31 10/10 at Harvard ..... L 12 -19 10/17 BUCKNELL ...... W 23 -19 10/24 DARTMOUTH ... W 14 -11 10/31 B R O W N ....... L 7 -20

11/7 atYale ........ L 21 -28 11/14 at Columbia .... L 10 -22 11/21 PENN ......... L 21 -35 TOTALS 159 -200 1999 (7-3; 5-2 Ivy, 3rd) Coach: Pete Mangurian Captains: Nate Fischer, Deon Harris Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/18 atPrinceton .... W 20 -3 9/25 FORDHAM ..... W 42 -14 10/2 at Brown ...... W 33 -28 10/9 HARVARD ...... W 24 -23 10/16 at Colgate ..... L 16 -55 10/23 at Dartmouth ... L 17 -20 10/30 WAGNER ...... W 31 -14 11/6 atYale ........ L 20 -37 11/13 COLUMBIA ..... W 31 -29 11/20 at Penn ....... W 20 -12 TOTALS 254 -235 2000 (5-5, 5-2 Ivy, 2nd) Coach: Pete Mangurian Captains: JoeSplendorio,DanWeyandt Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/16 atBucknell ..... L 15 -38 9/23 YALE .......... W 24 -23 9/30 atLehigh ...... L 16 -35 10/7 at Harvard ..... W 29 -28 10/14 COLGATE ...... L 16 -23 10/21 at Brown ...... L 40 -56 10/28 PRINCETON .... W 25 -24 11/4 DARTMOUTH ... W 49 -31 11/11 at Columbia .... W 35 -31 11/18 PENN ......... L 15 -45 TOTALS 264 -334 2001 (2-7, 2-5 Ivy, 6th) Coach: Tim Pendergast Captains: JustinDunleavy,Ricky Rahne, Nate Spitler Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/15 Bucknell(cancelled) 9/22 atYale ........ L 13 -40 9/29 at Colgate ..... L 32 -35 10/6 LEHIGH ........ L 35 -38 10/13 HARVARD ...... L 6 -26

10/20 B R O W N ....... L 21 -49 10/27 at Princeton .... W 10 -7 11/3 at Dartmouth ... W 28 -24 11/10 COLUMBIA ..... L 28 -35 11/17 at Penn ....... L 14 -38 TOTALS 187 -292 * Bucknell game cancelled due to the attack on America on Sept. 11 2002 (4-6; 3-4 Ivy, 5th) Coach: Tim Pendergast Captains: Nate Spitler, Nathan Archer Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/21 atBucknell ..... L 3 -14 9/28 YALE .......... L 23 -50 10/5 TOWSON (2OT) . W 34 -31 10/12 at Harvard ..... L 23 -52 10/19 COLGATE ...... L 13 -42 10/26 at Brown (2OT) .. W 10 -7 11/2 PRINCETON (OT) . L 25 -32 11/9 DARTMOUTH ... W 21 -19 11/16 at Columbia .... W 17 -14 11/23 PENN ......... L 0 -31 TOTALS 169 -292 2003 (1-9, 0-7 Ivy, 8th) Coach: Tim Pendergast Captains: Mick Razzano, Kevin Rooney Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/20 BUCKNELL ...... W 21 -19 9/27 atYale ........ L 7 -21 10/4 COLGATE ...... L 24 -27 10/11 HARVARD ...... L 0 -27 10/18 GEORGETOWN .. L 20 -42 10/25 B R O W N ....... L 7 -21 11/1 atPrinceton .... L 6 -28 11/8 at Dartmouth ... L 17 -26 11/15 COLUMBIA ..... L 21 -34 11/22 at Penn ....... L 7 -59 TOTALS 130 -304

2004 (4-6, 4-3 Ivy, 3rd) Coach: Jim Knowles Captains: Dave Archer, Brad Kitlowski, Ryan Lempa Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/18 atBucknell ..... L 9 -15 9/25 YALE .......... W 19 -7 10/2 at Towson ..... L 11 -21 10/9 at Harvard ..... L 24 -34 10/16 COLGATE ...... L 6 -10 10/23 at Brown ...... L 17 -21 10/30 PRINCETON .... W 21 -20 11/6 DARTMOUTH ... W 14 -7 11/13 at Columbia .... W 32 -26 11/20 PENN ......... L 14 -20 TOTALS 167 -181 2005 (6-4, 4-3 Ivy, T-4th) Coach: Jim Knowles Captains: Kevin Boothe, Kevin Rex, Joel Sussman Date Opponent .... W/L Score 9/17 BUCKNELL ...... W 24 -7 9/24 atYale ........ L 17 -37 10/1 at Colgate ..... L 20 -34 10/8 No. 20 HARVARD W 27 -13 10/15 GEORGETOWN .. W 57 -7 10/22 B R O W N ....... L 24 -38 10/29 atPrinceton(OT) . L 17 -20 11/5 at Dartmouth ... W 21 -10 11/12 COLUMBIA ..... W 45 -7 11/19 at Penn ....... W 16 -7 TOTALS 278 -180 National Champions Key *—accordingtoHelmsAthleticFoundation, HoulgateSystem,NationalChampionship FoundationandParkeDavis. **—accordingtoHelmsAthleticFoundation, HoulgateSystem,NationalChampionship FoundationandParkeDavis. *** — according to Helms Athletic Foundation and Parke Davis. **** — according to Sagarin. ***** — according to Sagarin and Litkenhous.

Cornell Head Coaches • 1894-2005 -L -T -19 -1 ..... -8 -2 ..... -3 -1 ..... -13 -3 ..... -5 -0 ..... -4 -0 ..... -3 -1 ..... -3 -1 ..... -4 -1 ..... -5 -1 ..... -21 -1 ..... -5 -0 ..... -36 -7 ..... -26 -3 ..... -7 -1 ..... -58 -2 ..... -23 -3 ..... -33 -3 ..... -15 -0 ..... -33 -1 ..... -29 -2 ..... -6 -0 ..... -35 -0 ..... -14 -0 ..... -22 -0 ..... -10 -0 ..... -440-34 ...

Pct. .658 .473 .555 .721 .772 .826 .600 .789 .375 .666 .607 .375 .650 .613 .555 .544 .422 .555 .167 .412 .492 .400 .563 .533 .241 .500 .574

Note: During the first seven years of Cornell football, the teams were coached informally by players and volunteers.

By Seasons 1. Gil Dobie (1920-35) ................... 16 2. Lefty James (1947-60) .................. 14 3. Jack Musick (1966-74) ................... 9 By Games 1. Lefty James (1947-60) ................. 126 2. Gil Dobie (1920-35) .................. 125 3. Jack Musick (1966-74) .................. 81 By Wins 1. Gil Dobie (1920-35) ................... 82 2. Lefty James (1947-60) .................. 66 3. Carl Snavely (1936-44) ................. 46 By Losses 1. Lefty James (1947-60) .................. 58 2. Gil Dobie (1920-35) ................... 36 3. Jim Hofher (1990-97) .................. 35 By Winning Percentage 1. Raymond Starbuck (1901-02) ........... .826 2. Henry Schoellkopf (1907-08) ............ .789 3. Percy Haughton (1899-1900) ............ .772 By Ivy League Wins 1. Jim Hofher (1990-97) .................. 33 2. Jack Musick (1966-74) .................. 30 3. Maxie Baughan (1983-88) ............... 23 By Ivy League Winning Percentage 1. Jim Hofher (1990-97) (33-23) ........... .589 2. Jim Knowles (2004-present) (8-6) ......... .571 3. Maxie Baughan (1983-88) (23-18-1) ...... .560

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Coach Seasons Years W No Coach ............. 1887-1893 ........ 7 .... 37 Marshall Newell ........ 1894-95 .......... 2 ..... 9 Joseph Beacham ........ 1896 ............ 1 ..... 5 Glenn (Pop) Warner ..... 1897-98, 1904-06 ... 5 .... 36 Percy Haughton ........ 1899-1900 ........ 2 .... 17 Raymond Starbuck ...... 1901-02 .......... 2 .... 19 William Warner ........ 1903 ............ 1 ..... 6 Henry Schoellkopf ....... 1907-08 .......... 2 .... 15 George Walder ........ 1909 ............ 1 ..... 3 Daniel Reed ........... 1910-11 .......... 2 .... 12 Al Sharpe ............. 1912-17 .......... 6 .... 34 John Rush ............. 1919 ............ 1 ..... 3 Gil Dobie ............. 1920-35 ......... 16 .... 82 Carl Snavely ........... 1936-44 .......... 9 .... 46 Ed McKeever .......... 1945-46 .......... 2 .... 10 George (Lefty) James .... 1947-60 ......... 14 .... 66 Tom Harp ............ 1961-65 .......... 5 .... 19 Jack Musick ............ 1966-74 .......... 9 .... 45 George Seifert ......... 1975-76 .......... 2 ..... 3 Bob Blackman .......... 1977-82 .......... 6 .... 23 Maxie Baughan ........ 1983-88 .......... 6 .... 28 JackFouts ............. 1989 ............ 1 ..... 4 Jim Hofher ............ 1990-97 .......... 8 .... 45 Pete Mangurian ........ 1998-2000 ........ 3 .... 16 Tim Pendergast ........ 2001-2003 ........ 3 ..... 7 Jim Knowles ............ 2004-present ...... 2 .... 10 TOTALS .............. 1887-present ..... 119 .. 600

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1939

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Player,Pos. ....... Team Clint Wyckoff, QB .... 1st Ray Starbuck, FB ..... 1st Bill Warner, G ....... 1st Sanford Hunt, G ..... 1st Bill Warner, G ....... 1st Elmer Thompson, G ... 1st Bill Newman, C ...... 1st Bernie O’Rourke, G ... 1st John O’Hearn, E ...... 1st Charles Barrett, QB ... 1st Charles Barrett, QB ... 1st Murray Shelton, E .... 1st Eddie Kaw, HB ....... 1st Eddie Kaw, FB ....... 1st George Pfann, QB .... 1st Frank Sundstrom, T ... 1st JoseMartinez-Zorrilla,E 1st George Peck, B ...... H M Brud Holland, E ...... 1st Al VanRanst, T ...... H M Brud Holland, E ...... 1st Bill McKeever, T ..... 1st Sid Roth, G ......... 1st George Peck, B ...... H M Carl Spang, E ....... H M Nick Drahos, T ...... 1st Frank Finneran, C .... 3rd KirkHershey,E ...... H M Mort Landsberg, B ... H M Nick Drahos, T ...... 1st KirkHershey,E ...... H M AlvaKelley,E ....... H M

Year 1941

1942 1943 1944 1946

1947 1948

1949

1951

Player,Pos. ....... Team Mort Landsberg, B ... H M Lou Bufalino, B ...... H M Bud Cushing, C ..... H M Roy Johnson, E ...... H M Joe Martin, B ....... H M Ken Stofer, B ....... H M WalterKretz,B ...... H M Howard Blose, B ..... H M Cleo Calcagni, T ..... H M Bill Maceyko, B ...... H M Allen Dekdebrun, B ... H M Paul Robeson Jr., E ... H M Frank Wydo, OT ..... 3rd HillaryChollet,DB .... H M Lou Daukas, C ...... H M JoeDiStasio,E ....... H M WalterKretz,B ...... H M Joe Martin, B ....... H M Pete Pascavage, OG .. H M Norm Dawson, B .... H M HillaryChollet,DB .... H M Dick Clark, T ........ H M Jeff Fleishmann, FB ... H M Paul Girolamo, B ..... H M Joe Quinn, G ....... H M HillaryChollet,DB .... 2nd Dick Clark, T ........ H M Pete Dorset, QB ..... H M Jeff Fleishmann, FB ... H M Jack Jaso, OG ....... H M Dick Loynd, E ....... H M Rocco Calvo, B ...... H M

Year

1954 1955 1957 1958 1959 1960 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Player,Pos. ....... Team Jim Jerome, T ....... H M Todd Kolb, E ....... H M Charles Metzler, T .... H M Hal Seidenberg, B .... H M Bill Whelan, HB ...... H M Len Oniskey, T ...... H M Bill DeGraaf, QB ..... H M StanIntihar,E ....... H M Bob McAniff, HB ..... H M Norm Juvonen, E .... H M Ed Savitsky, G ....... H M Dave Feeney, G ..... H M Warren Sundstrom, G . H M Warren Sundstrom, G . H M Gary Wood, QB ..... H M Gary Wood, QB ..... H M Bob Baker, HB ...... H M Duke Grkovic, T ..... H M PhilRatner,DT ...... H M PhilRatner,DT ...... H M BillWilson,FB ....... H M Pete Larson, HB ..... H M Keith Cummins, DB .. H M Bill Murphy, E ....... H M John Sponheimer, DT . H M Doug Kleiber, LB ..... H M John Sponheimer, DT . H M Ed Marinaro, TB ..... 3rd Ed Marinaro, TB ..... 1st Ed Marinaro, TB ..... 1st Bob Lally, LB ....... H M Bob Lally, LB ....... H M

Asa S. Bushnell Cup Winners Ivy League Player of the Year

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1971 1983

Ed Marinaro, TB (1970, 71)

Derrick Harmon, TB (1983)

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Year 1973 1975 1978 1980 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

1987 1988 1989 1992 1993 1995 1996 1998 2000 2005

Player,Pos. ....... Team Bob Lally, LB ....... H M Steve Horrigan, MG ... H M Joe Holland, TB ..... 3rd Jim DeStefano, LB .... H M Todd Florey, DB ..... H M John Kilcoyne, C ..... H M Dan Suren, TE ....... 1st Derrick Harmon, TB .. 2nd Mike Scully, LB ...... H M Tony Baker, TB ...... H M Ken Johnson, OG .... H M Tom McHale, DE ..... 1st ErikBernstein,P ..... H M Ken Johnson, OG .... H M Mike Raich, DB ...... H M Sam Brickley, WR .... H M Mike Raich, DB ...... H M Mitch Lee, LB ....... 3rd Sam Brickley, WR .... H M Scott Malaga, RB .... H M Mitch Lee, LB ....... 3rd Chris Zingo, LB ...... 1st Chris Zingo, LB ...... 1st Greg Bloedorn, OC ... 2nd Chad Levitt, RB ...... 2nd Chad Levitt, RB ...... 1st John Hanson, LB ..... 1st Tom Nunes, SS ..... 2nd Ricky Rahne, QB ..... H M Kevin Boothe, OL ..... 1st

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Ivy League Rookie of the Year Year 1981 1989

Player, Pos. Derrick Harmon, TB John McNiff, RB

Year

Player,Pos. Ramon Watkins, DB Troy Thompson, C Jeff Woodring, DE Chris Zingo, LB Steve Haggerty, FS Geoff Cochrane, P Chris Zingo, LB Aaron Berryman, WR Chris Hanson, DB Chad Levitt, RB Greg Bloedorn, OC Nick Bombach, DB Chad Levitt, RB Ron Mateo, WR JimmySeifert,TE Chad Levitt, RB Seth Payne, DE Brian Weidel, OT Eric Krawczyk, WR John Hanson, LB Joe Splendorio, WR Nathan Archer, FB Pete Combe, DL Kevin Boothe, OL Kevin Boothe, OL Kevin Boothe, OL Ryan Kuhn, QB Matt Pollock, DT Revin Rex, S Luke Siwula, RB

Chad Levitt, TB (1996)

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Player,Pos. Art Boland, HB Bob McAniff, HB Ed Savitsky, G Norm Juvonen, E Dave Feeney, G Gary Wood, HB Gary Wood, HB Clarence Jentes, DG PhilRatner,DT George Norman, DE Bob Baker, HB Joe Ryan, C George Arangio, OG Dick Williams, OE PhilRatner,DT BillWilson,FB Pete Larson, HB George McWeeney, OG Reeve Vanneman, OT Ron Gervase, OE Bill Murphy, OE John Sponheimer, DT John Sponheimer, DT BillArthur,P Paul Marcucci, OT Dennis Huff, OG Theo Jacobs, DG Ed Marinaro, HB Ed Marinaro, HB Ed Marinaro, HB

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1972 1973 1974 1975 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982

1983

1984

Player,Pos. Craig Lambert, OT Don Jean, DB Bob Lally, LB Bob Lally, LB Bob Joehl, FB MikePhillips,LB Mike Phillips, MG Bob Lally, LB BruceStarks,SE Bob Hall, DT Steve Horrigan, MG Terry Lee, LB Joe Holland, TB VirgilCotton,DB Brad Decker, TE Tom Donnelly, OG Mike Cobb, DB John Kilcoyne, C Jim DeStefano, LB Todd Florey, DB Phil Loyd, DS Dan Suren, TE Derrick Harmon, TB Steve Duca, DT Scott Walter, DB Derrick Harmon, TB Ralph Scholz, DT Mike Scully, LB Rick Dailey, DB Tony Baker, TB

Year 1985 1986

1987

1988

1989 1990

1991

Player,Pos. Keith Bakowski, LB Ken Johnson, OG Mike Wagner, C Tom Aug, PK ErikBernstein,P Jim Frontero, DB Jeff Johnson, FB Ken Johnson, OG Ward Johnson, LB Tom McHale, DE Mike Raich, DB Gary Rinkus, DT Sam Brickley, WR JeffDeLamielleure,DB Lee Reherman, OT Mike Raich, DB Gary Rinkus, DT Sam Brickley, WR Scott Malaga, RB Mitch Lee, LB Mike McGrann, LB Evan Parke, DB Jay Bloedorn, OT Mitch Lee, MLB Jay Bloedorn, OT Chris Field, OG Greg Finnegan, C John McNiff, TB Tim Cronin, DT Kevin Marcus, DT

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All-Ivy Second-Team Selections Year 1956 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1964 1965 1969 1970 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

Player,Pos. Gerry Knapp, E Irv Roberson, B Tom Skypeck, QB John Sadusky, E Warren Sundstrom, G George Telesh, B Dave Thomas, G Ed Burnap, E Gerald Page, G Edward Slisky, T Clarence Jentes, G George Norman, E PhilRatner,T PhilRatner,T BillArthur,B Keith Cummins, DB JohnKillian,PK Rick Furbush, B Don Jean, DB JohnKillian,PK Mark Allen, QB Peter Knight, DB George Milosevic, E Mark Allen, B Jon Tracosas, LB Mark Kamon, OL Don Papich, LB Terry Lee, LB Eamon McEneaney, WR

Year 1978

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

1986

1987 1988

Player,Pos. Joe Meaney, OL Mike Donahue, OL Tom Donnelly, OL Tom Roth, DL Frank Santamaria, OL Paul DeJesus, OL Tom Rohlfing, OL Dave Chalk, DL Ben Tenuta, RB Steve Ross, OL Kurt Walterhouse, LB Paul Michalewicz, OL Mike Scully, LB Gene Edwards, OL Doug Pratt, OL Bob DeSantis, DL Frank Farace, DB JimPerrello,WR Mike Raich, DB JohnTagliaferri,RB Dave Van Metre, DL Tom Bernardo, LB Chris Hahn, WR Jim Knowles, DL Lee Reherman, OL Shaun Hawkins, WR Mike McGrann, LB Howie Capek, OL Mike Haseltine, OL

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1991

1992

1993

1994

Player,Pos. Doug Langan, OL Ardrell Mannings, DL Len Tokish, LB Corky Webb, DB DerrickWillmott,DL BrianFiles,DL Rob Ryder, DL Paul Tully, DB Mark Broderick, LB ScottOliaro,RB Paul Tully, DB GerryWillinger,DB Mike Jamin, WR Jason Jenkins, OL Scott Reade, OL Jeff Woodring, DL Chris Zingo, LB Mike Cochrane, PK Mike Jamin, WR ScottOliaro,RB Scott Reade, OL PeteFitzpatrick,RB Bob Garvey, DL Rich George, OL Terry Golden, DB Bryan Draga, LB Dick Emmet, DL JeffGilkinson,OL Mike McKean, OL

Year 1995

1996 1997

1998 1999 2001 2002

2004 2005

Player,Pos. Seth Payne, DL Steve Gettins, OL Brian Gormley, OL Steve Joyce, QB Seth Payne, DL JohnVitullo,LB Steve Busch, WR John Hanson, LB Eric Krawczyk, WR Tom Bickett, OL ChristianDiPaola,OL Matthew DiPaola, OL John Hanson, LB Brad Kiesendahl, RB Deon Harris, RB Tom Nunes, SS Joe Splendorio, WR David Caputo, SS David Pitman, LB GeorgeParaskevopoulos,DL Kevin Boothe, OL Keith Ferguson, WR Trevor MacMeekin, PK NateSpitler,LB Joel Sussman, LB Ryan Lempa, DL Kevin Rex, S Jonathan Lucas, DE Joel Sussman, LB

All-Ivy Honorable Mention Selections Year 1956 1957 1958

1959

1960 1963 1964 1965

1966

1967

Year 1968

1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

1975 1976 1978 1979

1980

1981

Player,Pos. Keith Cummins, DB Doug Kleiber, LB Bob Pegan, E ChrisRitter,B Ken Snyder, C Jack Cushing, OT BillEllis,DE Tom Albright, B Mark Allen, B Tom Rakowski, DL Paul Hanly, OL JimPopielinski,OL John Egan, P Steve Horrigan, DL Dave Johnson, DB Rick Johnson, DL Dan Malone, B KevinSigler,B Don Wierbinski, TE Joe Meaney, OL Dave Johnson, DB Jim DeStefano, LB Mike Johnson, DE Ron Rejda, PK Dan Scully, LB Mike Staun, LB Tom Weidenkopf, SB Mark Chenevey, OG Dave Kimichik, DB Ron Rejda, PK Tom Rohlfing, OC Steve Duca, DT Derrick Harmon, RB John Lewis, OG

Year

1982 1983 1984 1985

1986 1989 1990

1991

1992

1993 1994

Player,Pos. Ken Rubenstein, PK Mike Scully, LB Dan Suren, TE Tony Baker, SB Kevin McCarthy, DE BillMorrissey,OT Steve Garrison, TE Mike Wagner, OL John Passalacqua, DL ErikBernstein,P Rick George, OL Lyndon Gross, DB Ward Johnson, LB Shaun Hawkins, WR Marty Stallone, QB Greg Finnegan, OL John McNiff, RB Chris Cochrane, QB Matt Hepfer, PK Ardell Mannings, DL Don Printy, LB Rob Ryder, DL Mark Broderick, LB Mike Cochrane, PK Greg Knopp, DB John McNiff, RB Jack Dankert, DL BillLazor,QB Ethan Levitas, DB RonVitullo,LB Aaron Berryman, WR Ryan Blattenberger, DB Mike McKean, OL Greg Bloedorn, OL

Year

1995

1997 1998 1999 2000

2001 2002 2003

2004 2005

Academic All-America Hall of Fame Player, Pos. Year Inducted Joseph Holland ‘78 ............... 1991

Player,Pos. GarrettGardi,DB Doug Knopp, DB JohnVitullo,LB Dave Weinstein, OL David Woods, DL Steve Bus, DL John Hanson, LB Doug Knopp, DB Mahingus Silver, DL Mark Dittman, TE Rich Sheerin, DL Charles Watson, P Nate Fischer, LB Chris Morosetti, OL Ricky Rahne, QB Justin Dunleavy, RB Scott Fithen, OL Ricky Rahne, QB Joe Splendorio, WR Dan Weyandt, LB JamieMoriarty,S Evan Simmons, RB NateSpitler,LB Marcus Blanks, RB BradKitlowski,LB Mike Baumgartel, P BradKitlowski,LB Ryan Lempa, DL John Megaro, OL NeilMorrissey,S Sean Nassoiy, DB Brian Romney, WR EricMiller,OL PatrickPotts,LB Brian Romney, WR Ted Sonnenberg, OL A.J. Weitsman, PK

Academic All-America Selections Year 1977 1978 1982 1983

Player, Pos. Team Joe Holland, TB ............ 1st Joe Holland, TB ............ 1st Derrick Harmon, RB ........ 1st Mike Cahill ............... 2nd

Year 1983 1984 1985 1991

Player, Pos. Team Derrick Harmon, RB ........ 1st Dave Van Metre, DL ........ 2nd Dave Van Metre, DL ........ 1st Ramon Watkins, DB ......... 2nd

Year 1995 2003

Player, Pos. Team Ron Mateo, WR ............ 2nd Kevin Rooney, DL .......... 1st

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Player,Pos. Roger Garrett, T Thomas Itin, G AlSuter,G Bob Czub, G Roger Garrett, T Norm Juvonen, E Dave Feeney, G John Hanly, G Tom Revak, T John Sandusky, E PhilTaylor,B John Webster, B Terrance Wilson, B John Hanly, T Tom Revak, T Warren Sundstrom, G PhilTaylor,B George Telesh, B John Hanly, T RichardLipinski,C Clarence Jentes, DG Gene Kunit, G Jim Docherty, B Pete Larson, HB Marty Sponaugle, B Doug Zirkle, E Fred Devlin, LB Joe Homicz, G CharlesRoll,C John Wallace, T John Zankowski, B Pete Zogby, PK Doug Kleiber, LB Dick Musmanno, G

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National Football Hall of Fame Cornellians in National Football Hall of Fame Name Eddie Kaw George Pfann CharlesBarrett Jerome “Brud” Holland Clinton Wyckoff William Warner John O’Hearn Murray Shelton Frank Sundstrom Nick Drahos Ed Marinaro

Position Halfback Quarterback Quarterback End Quarterback Guard End End Tackle Tackle Tailback

Years Played 1920-1922 1921-1923 1913-1915 1936-1938 1893-1895 1899-1902 1912-1914 1913-1915 1921-1923 1938-1940 1969-1971

Date of Election 1954 1957 1958 1965 1970 1971 1972 1973 1978 1981 1991

Eddie Kaw

Cornell Coaches In National Football Hall of Fame Name Percy Haughton Glenn S. (Pop) Warner Gil Dobie Marshall Newell CarlSnavely Bob Blackman Maxie Baughan

Years Coached 1899-1900 1897-1898, 1904-1906 1920-1935 1894-1895 1936-1944 1977-1982 1983-1988

Date of Election 1951 1951 1954 1957 1965 1987 1988

Glenn (Pop) Warner

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Name, Yr. Year Inducted Mark Allen ’74 ......... 1988 John Anderson ’29 ....... 1978 Allan Balch 1889 ........ 1987 *Charles Barrett ’16 ..... 1978 ErikBernstein‘87 ....... 1999 Art Boland ’57 ......... 1980 Frank Bradley ’50 ....... 2001 George Brayman ’22 ..... 1984 Walt Bruska ’50 ......... 1994 Rocco Calvo ’52 ........ 1997 Emerson Carey ’27 ...... 1994 Charles Cassidy ’24 ..... 1984 *HillaryChollet’50 ...... 1978 Dick Clark ’51 .......... 1983 Carlton Collins ’16 ...... 1982 Lou Conti ’41 .......... 1983 Gib Cool ’16 ........... 1981 Meredith (Bud) Cushing ’44 . 1998 Lou Daukas ’44 ......... 1994 Norm Dawson ’46 ...... 1987 Bob Dean ’49 .......... 1986 *Bill DeGraaf ’56 ....... 1978 Allen Dekdebrun ’47 ..... 1982 Jim DeStefano ‘81 ....... 2003 Gil Dobie, Coach ....... 1980 Pete Dorset ’50 ......... 1981 Nick Drahos ’41 ........ 1979 Howard Dunbar ’41 ..... 1983 Dave Dunlop ’59 ....... 1991 Tom Fennell 1896 ....... 1987 Tom Fennell II ’26 ....... 1989 *John Ferraro ’34 ....... 1978 Bud Finneran ’41 ....... 1981

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Name, Yr. Year Inducted Jeff Fleischmann ’51 ..... 1980 John Furman ’39 ........ 1993 Abe George ’33 ........ 1988 Henry Godshall ’36 ...... 1987 Pete Gogolak ’64 ....... 1981 Jake Goldbas ’34 ....... 1996 Rip Haley ’51 .......... 1981 Neal Hall ’78 .......... 1984 Swede Hanson ’23 ...... 1980 Derrick Harmon ’84 ..... 1989 Frank Henderson ’25 ..... 1983 Bob Henrickson ’78 ...... 1985 *Brud Holland ’39 ....... 1978 Joe Holland ’78 ......... 1990 Dick Jackson ’56 ........ 1981 Craig Jaeger ’78 ........ 1996 Lefty James, Coach ...... 1981 John(Jack)JasoJr.’49 .... 2004 Dave Johnson ’77 ....... 1988 *Eddie Kaw ’23 ........ 1978 Alva Kelley ’41 ......... 1980 Walt Kretz ‘48 ......... 2000 Bob Lally ’74 ........... 1982 Mort Landsberg Jr. ‘41 ... 2004 Pete Larson ’67 ......... 1984 Mitch Lee ’90 .......... 2001 Dick Loynd ’50 ......... 1983 Charles Lueder ’02 ...... 1987 *James Lynah ’05 ....... 1978 *Tom MacLeod ’70 ...... 1978 Scott Malaga ‘89 ....... 1999 *Ed Marinaro ’72 ....... 1978 Bill Marino ’76 ......... 1990

Name, Yr. Year Inducted CristobalMartinez-Zorrilla’31 1984 Jose Martinez-Zorrilla ’33 . 1981 Walt Matuszak ’41 ...... 1979 Hal McCullough ’41 ..... 1980 Eamon McEneaney ’77 ... 1982 Tom McHale ’87 ........ 1993 *Bill McKeever ’39 ...... 1978 *John McKeown ’73 ..... 1978 Dick Meade ’56 ........ 1979 Frank Miller ’51 ........ 1985 Peter Paul Miller ’18 ..... 1987 Jack Morris ’55 ......... 1989 Bill Murphy ’68 ......... 1988 Bill Murray ’74 ......... 1988 Jack Musick, Coach ...... 2002 *William Newman ’07 ... 1978 *John O’Hearn ’15 ...... 1978 Len Oniskey ’55 ........ 1998 Bruce Pattison ’69 ....... 1983 George Peck ’39 ........ 1984 Pat Pennucci ’62 ........ 2002 *George Pfann ’24 ...... 1978 Mike Phillips ’74 ........ 1984 JohnPierik’51 .......... 1982 Joe Quinn ’49 .......... 1992 Dick Ramin ‘51 ......... 2000 Floyd Ramsey ’24 ....... 1985 Phil Ratner ’66 ......... 1997 Daniel Reed 1898 ....... 1983 *Irvin (Bo) Roberson ’58 .. 1978 Paul Robeson Jr. ’48 ..... 1998 Jack Rogers ’45 ......... 1988 Sid Roth ’39 ........... 1980

Name, Yr. Year Inducted Harvey Sampson ‘51 ..... 1999 Ed Savitsky ’59 ......... 1990 Dudley Schoales ’29 ..... 1983 *Henry Schoellkopf ’02 ... 1978 Walt Scholl ’41 ......... 1979 Mike Scully ’84 ......... 2002 Dr. Albert Sharpe, Coach . 1984 *Murray Shelton ’16 ..... 1978 FrancisShiverick’18 ..... 1987 John Skawski ’48 ........ 1991 Bob Smith ’68 .......... 1993 Carl Snavely, Coach ..... 1979 Carl Spang ’39 ......... 1986 John Sponheimer ‘69 .... 2005 Ray Starbuck 1900 ...... 1987 *Frank Sundstrom ’24 .... 1978 Dave Thomas ‘62 ....... 2005 Ted Thoren, Asst. Coach .. 1992 Ray Van Orman ’08 ..... 1982 Al Van Ranst ’39 ........ 1987 Reeve Vanneman ‘67 .... 2003 *Bart Viviano ’33 ....... 1978 Sam Wakeman ’30 ...... 1982 Glenn (Pop) Warner 1894 . 1979 *William Warner ’03 ..... 1978 Fred West ’41 .......... 1985 Bill Whelan ’53 ......... 1983 George Witherbee 1894 .. 1997 Gary Wood ’64 ......... 1979 *Clinton Wyckoff 1896 ... 1978 Tar Young 1899 ........ 1980 Chris Zingo ’94 ......... 2004


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Team Awards Pop Warner Most Valuable Player Award

Victor Grohmann Scholar-Athlete Award

Robert Fenton Patterson Award

Mansour Jewelers Award

Recipient shall be, in the words of the late Glenn S. (Pop) Warner ‘94 who played and coached at Cornell, “the senior who during hisfootballcareeratCornellhas shownthegreatestplayingability, leadership,inspirationalqualities and sportsmanship.”

Given for academic and football proficiency inhonorofthelate Mr. Grohmann

Presented by the Class of 1925, the recipient of this award shall be, like halfback Patterson in 1923 and 1924, the player who has shown the most improvement in the face of physical or other handicaps

Formerly Cornell Club of Ithaca Award; given to the player who has shown the most improvement on offense and on defense

1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Reeve Vanneman, OT Ron Kopicki, DG LarryRafalski,DB Tom MacLeod, DB VicLivingston,LB Tom Albright, HB Paul Hanly, C Sam Costa, FB Kevin Sigler, QB Don Fanelli, FB Cal Washington, MG Joe Holland, TB John Curran, DS Mike Staun, LB Dave Chalk, DT Ken Rubenstein, PK Derrick Harmon, TB Derrick Harmon, TB Dave Van Metre, DT Dave Van Metre, DT Tom Aug, PK Mal Humphrey, DT Brent Felitto, DS Joe Pych, WR Rick Hindman, OT JeffDiehl,DE Jack Dankert, DE Charlie Beard, FS Tony Villella, WR Pat Paquette, OG Tim McDermott, P Ron Mateo, WR Cody Crawford, OG Christian DiPaola, OT Matthew DiPaola, OT Kip Melstrom, DT Joe Splendorio, WR Derek Kingrey, LB Phil Rigueur, OLB Luke Hanset, FB Kevin Rooney, DL Brad Kitlowski, LB Jon Moody, OL

1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Reginald Marchant, DS Art Harre, LB Al Sebald, C John Morris, E Frank Vadney, T Tom Itin, C DickEales,E John Webster, HB Howard Picking, E John Beeby, FB Tony Pascal, FB Tony Turel, C Don McCarthy, E Gabe Durishin, HB Jim Docherty, DS George McWeeney, OG Bill Huling, HB Tim Battaglia, DE Jeff Ruby, DT Dennis Lubozynski, LB Tony Orel, OG Mike Fleming, OG-OT Lamont Garnett, DB Kevin Sigler, QB Dan Dwyer, DT Charlie Payne, DE Tip Macdonald, OG Bob Weggler, DE Mike Tanner, QB Todd Florey, DB Kurt Walterhouse, LB Scott Walter, DB Rick Dailey, DS Tom Cifrino, OT Jim Perrello, WR JeffJohnson,FB Tom Bernardo, LB Sam Brickley, WR Brent Felitto, DS Frank Monago, WR Gerry Willinger, SS Mark Broderick, LB Pete Case, FB Scott Reade, OG Ryan Blattenberger, SS Garrett Gardi, SS Nick Bombach, FS Chad Hunter, FB Chris Harrison, DT J.B. Moresco, WR Kevin Farese, WR Nathan Archer, RB Jason Stadnik, OL Ryan Lempa, DL Mike Stone, DL Sean Nassoiy, DB Jeff Hahn, S

1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Bob Czub, G Tom Skypeck, QB Dan Bidwell, HB LarryFraser,T Bernie McHugh, T Jake Page, G Joe Robinson, FB George Norman, E Ted Sprinkle, DE Fred Devlin, LB Bob Horn, SE Bob Pegan, DE Brooks Scholl, SE Rick Furbush, QB Craig Lambert, OT George Milosevic, OE Jon Tracosas, LB Wes Hicks, DT Bob Hall, DT Jeff Brown, C Jeff Kaplan, OT BillZittel,FB Kevin McCarthy, DE Art Keith, DE Tom Cifrino, OT Steve Pozzobon, DE Mark Collins, OT Jim Frontero, DB Dave Quarles, PK Costa Harbilas, DT BrianFiles,DE Blu Whipple, DE Greg Knopp, FS Troy Thompson, OC Geoff Cochrane, P PeteFitzpatrick,TB Bryan Draga, LB Brian Gormley, OG Seth Payne, DE Brad Kiesendahl, RB Tom Richards, DT Chris Morosetti, C Bryan Sacco, DE Tim Hermann, WR George Paraskevopoulos, DL Vic Yanz, WR Kevin Rooney, DL Kevin Boothe, OL David Blanks, CB D.J. Busch, QB Sean Nassoiy, CB Tim Doherty, OL Nate Tarsi, S Jason Cloyd, CB EricMiller,OL

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John Pierik, C Jeff Fleischmann, FB Frank Vitale, G Bill Whelan, HB Poe Fratt, T Len Oniskey, T Jim Van Buren, G Bill DeGraaf, QB Art Boland, QB Bob McAniff, HB Ed Savitsky, T Dave Feeney, G John Hanly, T George Telesh, HB Dave Thomas, G Ed Burnap, E Gary Wood, QB Bob Baker, HB BillWilson,FB Pete Larson, HB Bill Murphy, SE Doug Kleiber, LB Paul Marcucci, OT Rick Furbush, QB Ed Marinaro, TB Bob Joehl, FB Mark Allen, QB Rick Johnson, DE Dan Malone, HB Steve Horrigan, DG Joe Meaney, OT Don Papich, LB Terry Lee, LB Joe Holland, TB Brad Decker, TE Jim DeStefano, LB Phil Loyd, DS Dan Suren, TE Derrick Harmon, TB Tony Baker, TB John Tagliaferri, HB ErikBernstein,P Lee Reherman, OT Scott Malaga, RB Mitch Lee, MLB Chris Cochrane, QB John McNiff, TB Scott Oliaro, TB Bill Lazor, QB Chris Zingo, LB Aaron Berryman, WR JohnVitullo,LB Chad Levitt, TB Eric Krawczyk, WR John Hanson, LB Ricky Rahne, QB Joe Splendorio, WR Ricky Rahne, QB Ricky Rahne, QB Keith Ferguson, WR Neil Morrissey, DB Ryan Lempa, DL Kevin Boothe, OL

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

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HISTORY Cornell Football Coaches Award

Charles Colucci Award

Offensive Red Helmet Award

Totheoffensiveanddefensive players making the “big play”

Mostvaluableplayer fortheseason

Recipientshallbeanon-senior who contributed most to the successoftheteam.Colucci, who died in 1973, was an avid Cornellfan

Totheoutstandingvarsity playeronoffense

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Marty Stallone, QB Jim Frontero, CB Shaun Hawkins, WR Jeff DeLamielleure, DS Steve Lutz, HB Corky Webb, WS Chris Cochrane, QB Paul Tully, CB John McNiff, TB Tim Cronin, DT Mike Jamin, WR Kevin Marcus, DT Bill Lazor, QB Chris Zingo, LB PeteFitzpatrick,TB Bob Garvey, DE Chad Levitt, TB Chris Hanson, FS Chad Levitt, TB Doug Knopp, CB Chad Levitt, TB Seth Payne, DE Eric Krawczyk, WR Chris Allen, FS Joe Splendorio, WR Nate Fischer, LB Joe Spendorio, WR David Caputo, SS Keith Ferguson, WR Derek Kingrey, LB John Kellner, WR Jamie Moriarty, DB Nate Archer, FB Pete Combe, DL John Kellner, WR Kyle Thomas, DB Chad Nice, WR Kevin Rex, S Ryan Kuhn, QB Brian Romney, WR Kevin Rex, S Joel Sussman, LB

Mike Texido Award

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Totheseniorplayerofgreat promise whose career was unfortunately ended due to injury

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Stone Travel “Big Play” Men of the Year Award

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Dave Dase, QB Mike Strigel, OLB Doug Gamble, CB Greg Finnegan, OC Matt Speicher, TB JeffTaylor,LB Ned Burke, FB Terry Golden, FS JeffEland,DE Jorge Alvarez, LB Mike Buray, FB

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Mike Strick, HB Clarence Jentes, G Phil Ratner, DT Joe Homicz, DG Rich Musmanno, OG Jim Heeps, HB Keith Cummins, DB Dick Storto, FB Don Jean, DB Keith Daub, OE Mike Phillips, DG Rick Johnson, DE Don Wierbinski, OE Jim Lorditch, DT Terry Lee, LB Virgil Cotton, DB Tom Donnelly, OG Tom Rohlfing, C Alva Taylor, SB Paul Michalewicz, C Mike Scully, LB Frank Farace, DB Steve Garrison, TE Lyndon Gross, DS Mike Wagner, C Ken Johnson, OG Chris Hahn, WR Mike Raich, DB Sam Brickley, WR Mike McGrann, LB Mitch Lee, MLB Todd Nicholson, FB PaulTully,FS Jay Bloedorn, OT Mike Grant, WR Ramon Watkins, CB Steve Haggerty, FS Mike Jamin, WR Bill Lazor, QB Chris Zingo, LB JeffGilkinson,OT Dick Emmet, DE Steve Joyce, QB Steve Busch, WR John Rodin, PK Rich Sheerin, DT Tom Bickett, C

Harvey Sampson Award To the player with the most consistencythroughouthis career 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Charles Watson, P John McCombs, PK Tom Crone, DL Tim Hermann, WR Nate Spitler, LB Vic Yanz, WR Brad Kitlowski, LB PatrickPotts,LB

1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Glen Dempsey, OE Bruce Starks, OE Don Papich, LB Terry Lee, LB Virgil Cotton, DB Jim DeStefano, LB Tom Rohlfing, C Dave Kimichik, DB Derrick Harmon, TB Mike Scully, LB Frank Farace, DB JohnTagliaferri,FB Mike Raich, DB Chris Hahn, WR Mike McGrann, LB Scott Malaga, FB Mitch Lee, LB John McNiff, FB Mark Broderick, LB Scott Oliaro, TB Bill Lazor, QB Chris Zingo, LB Bill Lazor, QB Chris Zingo, LB Terry Golden, FS Chad Levitt, TB Chad Levitt, TB John Hanson, LB Eric Krawczyk, WR Mike Hood, QB Justin Bush, HB Dan Weyandt, LB Vincent Bates, DB Keith Ferguson, WR Joel Sussman, LB Brad Kitlowski, OLB Matt Pollock, DL Jonathan Lucas, DL

Most Valuable Back Award To the player who contributes mostoutofhisoffensive/ defensivebackfieldposition 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Deon Harris, HB Justin Dunleavy, FB Evan Simmons, RB Nate Spitler, LB Mick Razzano, QB Joshua Johnston, TB Dan Collins, LB Luke Siwula, RB

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Pete Case, FB John Massy, TE George Wood, OT Aaron Berryman, WR Ned Burke, FB Rich George, OC Erik Bjerke, WR Doug Ingham, FB Mike McKean, OG Greg Bloedorn, OC Doug Ingham, FB Jimmy Seifert, TE Eric Krawczyk, WR Chad Levitt, TB Brian Weidel, OT Eric Krawczyk, WR Matthew DiPaola, OT Mark Dittman, TE Joe Splendorio, WR Ricky Rahne, QB Joe Splendorio, WR Evan Simmons, RB Trevor MacMeekin, PK Kevin Boothe, OL Brian Romney, WR Ryan Kuhn, QB

Defensive Red Helmet Award Totheoutstandingvarsity playerondefense 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Bob Garvey, DE Terry Golden, FS Chris Zingo, LB Garrett Gardi, SS JohnVitullo,LB David Woods, DT JohnVitullo,LB Nick Bombach, FS Steve Bus, DE JustinBird,R John Hanson, LB Seth Payne, DE Chris Allen, FS Jorge Alvarez, LB Tom Nunes, SS David Pitman, LB Dan Weyandt, LB GeorgeParaskevopoulos,DT Brad Kitlowski, LB Ryan Lempa, DL Mike McGinty, DT Kevin Rex, S


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Jeff Stenstrom Special Teams Player Award Fortheplayer(non-kickerprior to 2004) who contributes the most to the performance of specialteams 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Dave Ahouse, LB Chris Allen, FS John Hanson, LB David Pitman, LB Frank Giglio, SS Mike Parris, TE Tony Vitullo, LB Joel Sussman, DB Vince Bates, CB Marshall Berkes, WR Mike Baumgartel, P A.J. Weitsman, PK

Bernie Olin Award

Doc Kavanagh Training Room Athlete of the Year Award Formerly Trainers Tough Guy Award;giventothevarsity playerwhogiveshisall throughouttheseason, distinguishinginjuryfrompain 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

To the player who, although an underdog, showed determination andgritandin the end persevered 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Marty Stallone, QB Stuart Mitchell, TE Donnell Johnson, DB Aaron Sumida, QB Eugene Dallas, WS Pat Fagan, CB Pete Reynolds, WR Ethan Levitas, CB Mike Cochrane, PK Tim Simpson, DT Jon Kuhman, TE Kevin Maney, LB Dave Rickell, DE Mahingus Silver, DT Scott Carroll, QB JustinBird,SS Mark Donley, DT John Algeo, WS Charles Mitchell, OL Tom Kaplun, OL Cory Ziskind, OLB Dominic Garguile, OL Jim Hilliard, OLB D.J. Busch, QB Rich Trumka, LB/LS

To the freshman who contributed the most to the varsity 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Brad Kitlowski, OLB Mike Baumgartel, P John Nelson, LB Jonathan Lucas, DL Colin Nash, WR Tim Bax, S

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

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McManamon Award

Award for the senior who through diligence and hard work in the strength and conditioning program was able tosignificantlyimprovehis performanceonthefieldofplay. 2004 2005

David Archer, OL Kevin Boothe, OL

Enzo Montemurro Award

To the down lineman who, throughhisattitudeandplay, has contributed the most to the success of the team

Given in honor of the late Enzo Montemurroforspiritand leadership

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Steve Ross, OT Steve Duca, DT Gene Edwards, C John Passalacqua, DT Rick George, OT Tom McHale, DE Gary Rinkus, DT Howie Capek, C Doug Langan, OG Mark Burden, OG Mike Haseltine, OG John Sieger, OT Marc Warrington, TE Rob Ryder, DE Greg Finnegan, C Tim Cronin, DT Chris Field, OG Kevin Marcus, DT Jason Jenkins, OG George Wood, OT Jeff Woodring, DE Bob Garvey, DE Rich George, OC Greg Bloedorn, OC David Woods, DT Greg Bloedorn, OC Seth Payne, DT Seth Payne, DE Brian Weidel, OT Christian DiPaola, OT John Hanson, LB Tom Crone, DE Jay Bolton, DT Jay Bolton, DT George Paraskevopoulos, DT John Megaro, OL Kevin Boothe, OL Kevin Boothe, OL Matt Pollock, DL

Paul N. Hunt Citizenship Award To the senior who has unselfishlycontributedhistime and energy to help others beyondtheplayingfield 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Mike Farley, LB Len Tokish, LB Steve Hettrich, TE Phil Mahoney, CB Dan Branon, TE Andy Hite, QB Bill Lazor, QB Gerry Lajoie, OG Ron Mateo, WR Ian Wilson, WR Eric Krawczyk, WR Mike Hood, QB JustinBush,RB Jesse Rodriguez, DL Rich Zacek, DL Jarad Madea, LB John Megaro, C Trevor MacMeekin, PK John Bazzo, OL

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Frank Farace, DS PeteGriffin,SE Jim Frontero, CB Brent Felitto, DB Brandon Roth, DB Evan Parke, DB Pat Leahy, C Jason Shaffer, OT-DE Anthony Tabasso, OL Pat Paquette, OL Bryan Draga, LB JeffCortez,LB Brian Weidel, TE Rich Sheerin, DT JustinByrd,LB David Caputo, CB Dru Vaughn, DL Mike Hood, QB David Pitman, LB Justin Dunleavy, RB Justin Dunleavy, RB Jesse Rodriguez, DL Kevin Rooney, DL David Archer, OL ChrisEckstein,TE

Daniel N. Bondareff Freshman ScholarAthlete Award Given to the freshman player foracademicandfootball proficiency 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Tom Kobin, QB David Marshall, OL Jeff Diehl, OLB Charlie Beard, DB Kevin Koehler, RB Per Larson, QB David Rickell, TE-DE Steve Bus, DE Mahingus Silver, DT Pat O’Shaughnessy, LB Kip Melstrom, DT Tom Richards, DT Matt Crowe, LB Derek Kingrey, LB Ryan Burhorn, TE Eric Jones, DB Luke Hanset, FB Cameron Marchant, LB Todd Rusinkovich, DL Michael Boyd, S Tommy Bleymaier, WR

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Dick Schaap Award

1987 1988 1989

Craig Jaeger, TB Dave Kintigh, LB Mark Selsmeyer, OG Mike Johnson, DE Paul Mullenhoff, DT Dave Menapace, FB Rick Dailey, DS Mike Scully, LB Tony Baker, TB Scott Sidman, DS Mark Miller, FB Shawn Maguire, QB John Tagliaferri, HB Dave Van Metre, DT Ken Johnson, OG Jim Knowles, DE Steve Lipic, OG Dan Miller, LB Len Tokish, LB Rob Buccini, HB Mark Rooks, HB Jim Monken, FB Rob Ryder, DE John Massy, TE Scott Oliaro, TB John Massy, TE Steve Haggerty, FS Ryan Blattenberger, SS Doug Knopp, CB Mike McKean, OT Dick Emmet, DE Per Larson, QB Nick Bombach, FS Terry Smith, TB John Hanson, LB Rich Sheerin, DT Rich Sherrin, DT Mark Dittman, TE Nate Fischer, LB Tim Hermann, WR Matt Holleran, C Mike Baumgartel, P Kevin Boothe, OL Mick Razzano, QB Sean Nassoiy, DB Chad Nice, WR Joel Sussman, LB

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Draftees (Cl., Pos.) Howard Blose ‘44 (HB) Kevin Boothe ‘06 (OL) Hillary Chollet ’50 (HB) Chick Davidson ’45 (B) Chick Davidson ’45 (B) Bob Dean ’49 (B/P/PK) Bill DeGraaf ’56 (QB) Al Dekdebrun ’47 (QB) Nick Drahos ’41 (T) Vince Eichler ’41 (B) Jeff Fleischmann ’51 (FB) John Gerdes ’54 (T) Pete Gogolak ’64 (PK) Derrick Harmon ’84 (RB) Kirk Hershey ’41 (E) Stan Intihar ’57 (E) Walt Kretz ’48 (B) Bob Lally ’74 (LB) Mort Landsberg ’41 (FB) Pete Larson ’67 (HB) Chad Levitt ’97 (RB) Ed Marinaro ’72 (RB) Andy Martin ’92 (WR) Walt Matuszczak ’41 (B) Bill McKeever ’39 (T) Len Oniskey ’55 (T) Seth Payne ’97 (DT) Mike Phillips ’74 (MG/LB) Sid Roth ’39 (G) John Sponheimer ’69 (DT) Gary Wood ’64 (QB) Frank Wydo ’50 (T)

Year 1944 2006 1949 1945 1946 1949 1956 1946 1941 1940 1951 1954 1964 1984 1941 1956 1945 1974 1941 1967 1997 1972 1992 1941 1939 1955 1997 1974 1939 1969 1964 1947

Players(Cl.,Pos.) Greg Bloedorn ’96 (C) Chris Cochrane ’91 Al Dekdebrun ’47 (B) Jim DeStefano ’81 (LB) Joe DiStasio ’48 (B) Nick Drahos ’41 (T) Hal Ebersole ’23 (G) Furlong Flynn ’24 (G) FredGillies’18(T) Pete Gogolak ’64 (PK) Derrick Harmon ’84 (RB) Kirk Hershey ’41 (E) Reno Jones ’22 (G) Eddie Kaw ’23 (HB) Bob Lally ’74 (LB) Mort Landsberg ’41 (FB) Pete Larson ’67 (RB) Chad Levitt ’97 (RB) Ed Marinaro ’72 (RB) Andy Martin ’92 (WR) Hal McCullough ’41 (B) Tom McHale ’87 (DE) Ignacio Molinet ’27 (B) Bob Morris ’25 (G) Bill Murphy ’68 (E) Bob Nash ’15 (T) John O’Hearn ’15 (E) Len Oniskey ’55 (T) Seth Payne ’97 (DE) Irvin (Bo) Roberson ’58 (B) Ralph Scholz ’84 (DL) Harry Shaub ’34 (G) Murray Shelton ’16 (E) Ken Stofer ’46 (B) John Tagliaferri ’86 (HB) Ken Talton ’79 (FB) Jim Wilson ’21 (E) Gary Wood ’64 (QB) Frank Wydo ’49 (T) Chris Zingo ’94 (LB)

Team, Year(s) Seattle, 1996-01 Ohio (CFL), 1992; Frankfurt (NFL-Europe), 1992 Boston, 1948; Toronto (CFL), 1949-54 Cincinnati, 1981 New York Giants, 1948 New York Americans (New AFL), 1941 Cleveland, 1923 Hartford, 1926 Greg Finnegan ‘91 Chicago, 1920-26, ‘28 Asst. Strength & Conditioning Buffalo, 1964-65; New York Giants, 1966-75 Coach with Jacksonville Jaguars San Francisco, 1984-86 Cleveland, 1941 Bill Lazor ’94 Toledo, 1922 Offensive assistant coach for the Buffalo, 1924 Washington Redskins, 2004; Green Bay, 1976 Offensive Quality Control Philadelphia, 1941 Coach, Atlanta Falcons, 2003 Washington, 1967-69 Oakland, 1997 Minnesota, 1972-75; New York Jets, 1976 Winnipeg (CFL), 1992-99 Brooklyn, 1942 Tampa Bay, 1987-92; Philadelphia, 1993-94; Miami, 1995 Frankford, 1927 Brooklyn, 1926 Boston, 1968 Akron, 1920; Buffalo, 1921-23; Rochester, 1924; New York Giants, 1925 Cleveland, 1920; Buffalo, 1921 Washington and New York Giants, 1955 Jacksonville, 1997-2001; Houston Texans, 2002-present San Diego, 1961; Oakland, 1962-65; Buffalo 1965; Miami, 1966 Hamilton (CFL), 1984-90 Philadelphia, 1935-38 Buffalo, 1920 Buffalo, 1946 Miami, 1987 New England, 1979; Kansas City, 1980-81; Birmingham (USFL), 1983-84 Buffalo, 1922 New York Giants, 1964-66, 1968-69; New Orleans, 1967; Ottawa (CFL), 1970 Pittsburgh, 1947-51; Philadelphia, 1952-57 Seth Payne Shreveport (CFL), 1995

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Round 30 6 18 22 25 8 28 9 11 21 26 28 12 9 17 18 22 9 22 9 4 2 4 10 10 13 4 14 11 10 8 5

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Behind the Scenes . . . Mike Huyghue ’84 (SE) Attorney, NFL Management Council, 1987-90; General Manager, Birmingham Fire, 1990-91, Vice President of Administration and General Counsel, World League, 199193; Vice President of Administration and General Counsel, Detroit Lions, 1993-95; General Manager and Vice President of Football Operations, Jacksonville Jaguars, 1995-2002; Owner, Axcess Entertainment (manager for pro athletes), 2002-present


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All-Time Letter Winners AAA Abel, William G. – 1964, 65, 66 Accorsi, Frank J. – 1943, 44 Ackerknect, Clarence F. – 1917 Affeld, Frank O. – 1923, 24, 25 Ahouse, David J. – 1994, 95, 96, 97 Ainslie, Robert H. – 1977, 78 Aird, Alexander N. – 1925 Akins, Thomas A. – 1955, 57 Albanese, Damiano S. – 1984, 85 Albright, Thomas E. – 1970, 71 Alexander, Edward R. – 1898, 99, 1900 Alexander, Robert E. – 1927, 29 Alexy, R. J. – 1961 Algeo, John P. – 1998, 99, 2000 Alleavitch, Doug – 1981 Allen, Amos G., Jr. – 1929, 31 Allen, Christopher M. – 1994, 95, 96, 97 Allen, John H., Jr. – 1914 Allen, Mark R. – 1971, 72, 73 Altomare, Matthew – 2003 Alvarez, Jorge – 1996, 97, 98 Anderluh, John R. – 1955 Anderson, Donald E. – 1932 Anderson, Edward E. – 1914, 15, 16 Anderson, Edward L. – 1925 Anderson, John F. – 1926, 27, 28 Anderson, Robert H. – 1941, 42 Andrus, Walton R. – 1942 Annunziata, Mark L. – 1982, 83 Anzalone, Anthony – 1975, 76, 77 Apfel, Richard C. – 1973, 75 Appling, William E. – 1991, 92 Aragona, Alfred A. – 1961, 62 Arangio, George A. – 1962, 63, 64 Archer, David J. – 2002, 03, 04 Archer, Nathan – 2000, 01, 02 Arin, Larry – 1985 Armbruster, George W. – 1942 Arthur, William M. – 1967, 68, 69 Artymovich, Charles D. – 1982 Aug, Thomas R. – 1985, 86 Avery, Patrick M. – 1977

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Bradley, Frank L., Jr. – 1946, 47, 48, 49 Bradshaw, Horace L. – 1972, 73, 74 Bragg, Everett C. – 1934, 35 Branon, Daniel M. – 1989, 90, 91 Braun, John D. – 1954 Brayman, George I. – 1921 Brayton, Charles L. – 1920, 21 Brenner, Bruce V. – 1953 Brereton, Thomas G. – 1968, 69, 70 Brewster, Alfred A., Jr. – 1900, 01, 02, 03 Brezinsky, Allen E. – 1954 Brickley, Samuel D., II – 1986, 87, 88 Brinton, Charles C. – 1906, 07 Bristol, Earl G. – 1927, 28 Britton, Thomas - 2003 Brock, Jerome – 1932, 33 Broderick, Mark J. – 1989, 90, 91 Brogan, Thomas M. – 1957 Brooke, John A. – 1956 Brooks, Michael A. – 1984 Brown, Ernest H. – 1888, 89 Brown, Jeffrey – 1974, 75, 76 Brown, John S. – 1933 Brown, Kenneth G. – 1937, 38, 39 Brown, Michael J. – 1987, 88, 89 Brown, R. S. – 1960 Brown, Sam – 1977, 78, 79 Brown, Wiser – 1916 Brozina, Joseph – 1944, 45 Bruska, Walter G. – 1948, 49 Bryant, Arthur P. – 1899 Buccini, Robert E. – 1987, 88, 89 Buck, Brian L. – 1979, 80 Buckley, Elias F. – 1922, 23 Buell, Burton C. – 1934 Bufalino, Louis C. – 1939, 40, 41 Bugni, Joseph A. – 1997, 98, 99 Bullis, Gary W. – 1981, 82 Buray, Michael A. – 1998, 99 Burden, Mark M. – 1987, 88 Burke, Alexander – 1939 Burke, Edmund M. – 1992, 93, 94 Burnap, Edward G. – 1960, 61, 62 Burnap, John K. – 1970 Burns, Edward , Jr. – 1902 Burns, Garland – 1975, 76, 77 Burns, John D. – 1946 Bus, Randall W. – 1967, 68 Bus, Stephen G. – 1993, 94, 95 Busch, Daniel J. - 2003, 04 Busch, Stephen T. – 1994, 95, 96 Busch, William H. – 1946, 47 Bush, Harold M. – 1889, 90 Bush, Justin J. – 1997, 98, 99 Butler, Edmund W. – 1910, 11, 12 Butterfield, Victor L. – 1925, 26 Byrne, James G. – 1998

CCC Cahill, Michael – 1981, 82, 83 Calaguire, Jordan M. – 2003, 05 Calcagni, Ralph C. – 1943 Caldwell, Robert K. – 1907, 08 Caldwell, William A. – 1896, 98, 99 Calhoun, Richard J. – 1986, 87 Calvo, Rocco J. – 1950, 51 Canfield, A. H. – 1895 Capek, Howard G. – 1987, 88 Capra, Edward A. – 1959, 60 Caputi, Stephen – 1976 Caputo, David A. – 1997, 98, 99 Carey, Emerson , Jr. – 1924, 25, 26 Carey, William D.P. – 1920 Carl, David A. – 1956, 57 Carlson, David R. – 1969 Carolan, Edgar A. – 1889, 90 Carpenter, Albert G. – 1925 Carpenter, Selleck J. – 1949 Carr, Bryan – 1991 Carrington, James H. – 1943 Carroll, Scott C. – 1996, 97 Carry, Charles W. – 1917, 19 Carry, Joseph C. – 1916 Carvolth, Trent - 2003, 04

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Babcock, Langdon – 1905, 06 Babula, Bernard S. – 1947, 48, 49 Baccile, Peter E. – 1982, 83 Bacon, George W. – 1890, 91 Bacon, Kevin K. – 1986 Bailey, Andre P. – 1995 Bailey, Clarence W. – 1914, 15 Bainbridge, David F. – 1991 Baker, Anthony J. – 1982, 83, 84 Baker, Donald W. – 1921 Baker, Douglas V. – 1984, 85 Baker, George R. – 1891 Baker, Malvern W. – 1937, 38, 39 Baker, Richard A. – 1936 Baker, Robert E. – 1962, 63, 64 Bakowski, Christopher L. – 1979, 80, 81 Bakowski, Keith E. – 1982, 83, 84 Balch, Allan C. – 1887 Balderston, Eugene P., Jr. – 1926, 27 Baldwin, Arthur J. – 1889, 90 Ballas, Frank W. – 1977 Balough, Andrew – 2000, 01 Bancoff, Carl – 1957, 58, 59 Banik, Steven J. – 1970 Barbato, Dennis J. – 1973 Barber, Thomas K. – 1996, 97, 98 Bard, George P. – 1916 Barnhisel, Arthur H. – 1893 Barone, Michael J. – 1987, 88 Barr, Charles J. – 1890, 91, 92, 93 Barr, Daniel C. – 1983 Barr, Dean S. – 1981, 82 Barrett, Charles C. – 1913, 14, 15 Bassell, Jeffrey J. – 1982, 83, 84 Bassford, Abram , Jr. – 1896 Bates, Edward S. – 1910 Bates, Vincent – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Battaglia, Timothy J. – 1966, 67, 68

Batten, John M. – 1934, 35, 36 Baudendistel, Michael J. – 1990 Baughan, C. Mark – 1985, 86, 87 Baumann, Andy – 2002 Baumgartel, Michael E. – 2001, 02, 03, 04 Bax, Timothy J. - 2005 Bayer, Edward I. – 1908 Bazzo, John A. – 2005 Beacham, Joseph W., Jr. – 1893, 94, 95, 96 Beadle, Zachary – 2002, 03, 04 Beall, William C. – 1931 Beard, Charles S. – 1992 Beck, Sidney D. – 1926, 27, 28 Bednar, Andrew F. – 1988, 89 Bedrossian, Guy H. – 1952, 53, 54 Beebee, Alexander M. – 1943, 44 Beeby, John E. – 1959, 60 Beekman, Michael D. – 1981, 83 Beggs, Lyman M. – 1959, 60 Bell, Floyd W. – 1908 Bell, Richard N. – 1944, 45 Benedict, Herschel A. – 1888, 89 Benedict, Horace G. – 1916 Benjamin, Brien R. – 1995 Bennett, Edwin H., Jr. – 1887 Bennett, Frank E. – 1967, 69 Bennett, Kevin L. – 1992, 93, 94 Bennett, Wendell H. – 1912 Benson, Cyrus , Jr. – 1954, 55, 56 Berean, John H. – 1923 Berkes, Marschall – 2002, 03 Berlacher, Robert A. – 1973 Bernardo, Thomas P. – 1984, 85, 86 Bernstein, Erik M. – 1984, 85, 86 Berryman, Aaron R. – 1992, 93, 94 Beyer, Richard H. – 1930, 31, 32 Bickett, Thomas C. – 1995, 96, 97 Bidwell, Daniel L. – 1958, 59 Bievenour, Michael J. – 1979 Bird, Edward J. – 1904 Bird, Justin E. – 1995, 96, 97 Bird, Michael K. – 1996 Bishop, James D. – 1979 Bjerke, Erik M. – 1993, 94 Black, Thomas H. – 1967 Blackburn, Thomas A. – 1943 Blake, Robert E. – 1955, 56 Blakemore, Patrick W. – 2004, 05 Blanks, David – 2001, 02, 03, 04 Blanks, Marcus – 2002, 03, 04 Blasko, Paul J. – 1939, 40 Blattenberger, Ryan A. – 1991, 92, 93 Blessing, Ryan J. – 2005 Bleymaier, Tommy – 20005 Bloedorn, Gregory S. – 1992, 94, 95 Bloedorn, John D. – 1989, 90 Blose, Howard W. – 1943 Boddie, Thurman M. – 1949 Boehlert, Carl J. – 1989, 90 Bogar, George W., III – 1958 Boguski, Paul K. – 1955, 56 Bohenick, John – 1980, 81 Bohn, F. V. – 1889 Boland, Arthur L. – 1954, 55, 56 Bolger, Matthew J., Jr. – 1946, 47 Bolling, Michael H. – 2005 Bolton, Michael J. (Jay) – 1998, 99, 2000 Bombach, Nicolas A. – 1993, 94, 95 Boochever, Robert – 1937 Bool, Herbert J. – 1951, 52, 53 Boone, Scott C. - 2005 Boothe, Kevin M. – 2002, 03, 04, 05 Borden, William A. – 1982, 83, 84 Borger, William H. – 1933, 34, 35 Borges, Victor M. – 1994 Borhman, John W., Jr. – 1939, 40 Borland, Thomas C. – 1932, 33, 34 Borroff, Robert C. – 1984, 85 Boruch, John N. – 1961, 62, 63 Bottini, Thomas J. – 1978, 79, 80 Boyd, Michael G. – 2005 Boyle, James R., Jr. – 1997 Bozich, Bruce M. – 1971, 72, 73 Bozich, John M. – 1970, 71, 72 Bracken, Matthew C. – 1990

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Carter, James – 1943 Case, Peter A. – 1989, 90, 92 Casey, David A. – 1990 Casey, James B. – 1948 Cassel, Harry E. – 1947, 48, 49 Cassidy, Charles E. – 1921, 22, 23 Cerand, Gerard A. – 1958 Cervasio, Joseph R. – 1967, 68 Chalk, David E. – 1978, 79, 80 Chamberlin, Richard A. – 1949 Champaign, Donald K. – 1910, 11, 12 Champaign, Leigh M. – 1903 Champion, Phillips K. – 1928 Chapman, George M. – 1904 Chenevey, Mark F. – 1978, 79, 80 Chipouras, Strati – 1949 Chollet, Hillary A. – 1945, 46, 48, 49 Christensen, Norman L. – 1940, 41 Church-Smith, Henry A. – 1967 Cifrino, Thomas R. – 1983, 84 Claggett, Samuel O. – 1929, 30 Claggett, Strabo V., Jr. – 1942 Clark, Richard G. – 1947, 48, 49 Clark, Richard W. – 1962 Clasby, Richard J., Jr. – 1978, 79, 80 Cliggott, Richard T. – 1950, 51, 52 Cloyd, Jason C. – 2004, 05 Clymer, Paul K. – 1949, 50 Cobb, Edmund A. – 1928 Cobb, Michael A. – 1978, 79 Cochran, Philip C. – 1969, 70 Cochrane, Christopher P. – 1989, 90 Cochrane, Geoff M. – 1992, 93 Cochrane, Michael – 1991, 92 Coffin, Albert R. – 1900, 01, 02, 03 Cohen, Irving – 1927 Cohn, Jerome H. – 1939, 40 Cokins, Gary M. – 1968, 69 Colaruotolo, Charles F., Jr. – 1986 Colbeck, William R. – 1962, 63 Collins, Carlton P. – 1914, 15 Collins, Daniel – 2001, 02, 03, 04 Collins, James L. – 1911 Collins, Mark C. – 1985, 86 Collins, Scott E. – 1996 Collyer, William C. – 1913, 14 Colnon, Aaron J. – 1889, 90, 91, 94 Coltrin, D. G., Jr. – 1983, 84 Colvin, William H., Jr. – 1917, 19 Combe, Peter – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Condon, Timothy – 2002, 03, 04 Condon, William – 1934 Constantino, John N. – 1981, 83 Conti, Frank W. – 1952 Conti, Louis J. – 1939, 40 Cook, George T. – 1905, 06, 07 Cool, Frank W. – 1895 Cool, Willard C. – 1913, 14, 15 Cooper, H. R. – 1900 Coren, Bruce R. – 1977 Corrigan, John J. – 1971, 72, 73 Cortez, Jeffrey B. – 1993, 94, 95 Cosgrove, James J. – 1907, 08 Costa, Samuel R. – 1971, 72, 73 Costello, James H. – 1902, 03, 04, 05 Costlow, Donald L. – 1984 Cotter, James V. – 1945 Cotton, William Virgil – 1976, 77, 78 Courtright, David S. – 1925 Coutts, Steven E. – 1986 Craig, John W. – 1919 Craven, Kent A. – 1979 Crawford, Cody B. – 1996 Creahan, John W., Jr. – 1978, 79, 80 Crocco, Walter C., Jr. – 1950 Croker, Michael H. – 1992, 93 Crone, Thomas E. – 1998, 99, 2000 Cronin, George F. – 1946 Cronin, Timothy C. – 1988, 89, 90 Crosby, Edwin S. – 1908, 09 Cross, Charles W. – 1898, 99, 1900 Cross, George E. – 1917 Crum, Blair R. – 1961 Cullen, John N. – 1944 Cummins, William Keith – 1967, 68, 69 Curran, John J. – 1976, 77, 78 Curtis, Greeley S., Jr. – 1892 Cushing, Donald S. – 1943 Cushing, John P., Jr. – 1969, 70, 71

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Cushing, Meredith R. – 1941, 42, 43 Czub, Robert J. – 1957

DDD D’Agostino, Anthony – 1951, 52, 53 D’Onofrio, Nicholas A. – 1942, 46, 1947 Dailey, Brian – 2001 Dailey, Richard R. – 1981, 82, 83 Dale, Paul A. – 1978, 79, 80 Daley, W. B. – 1893 Dallas, Eugene A. – 1988, 89 Dameron, Wilbur R. – 1944 Dankert, John H. – 1991, 92 Dann, Alexander W. – 1906 Darby, Matthew W. – 2005 Dase, David H. – 1987, 88 Daub, Keith W. – 1970, 71, 72 Daukas, Louis J. – 1941, 42, 46 Davall, Harold J. – 1898, 99 Davidson, Charles L. – 1921 Davidson, Charles R. – 1944 Davidson, John K. – 1944 Davies, Horace F. – 1919 Davies, William R. – 1967, 68 Davis, Bruce D. – 1946, 47 Davis, Douglas B. – 1987 Davis, Henry E. – 1904 Davis, Kenneth R., Jr. – 1942 Davis, Lonnie D. – 1993, 94 Davis, Theron D. – 1890 Davis, Vincent J. – 1983 Davitt, John W. – 1900, 02, 03 Dawson, Norman , Jr. – 1943, 46, 47 Dean, Robert T. – 1946, 47, 48 Decker, Brad E. – 1977, 78, 79 DeCou, James M. – 1982 DeGraaf, William – 1953, 54, 55 Degulis, Simon T. – 1944, 45 DeJesus, Paul A. – 1977, 78, 79 Dekdebrun, Allen E. – 1943, 44, 45 Del Signore, James R. – 1945 DeLamielleure, Jeffrey D. – 1985, 86, 87 Delaney, John L. – 1987, 88 Delano, Curtis – 1910 DeLaTorre, Anthony – 2000 DeMaurice, G. – 1900 Deming, P. H. – 1893 Dempsey, Glen M. – 1972, 73 Dempsey, John J. – 1896, 97 Dentes, John M. – 1965, 66, 67 DeSantis, Robert M. – 1983, 84 DeStefano, James T. – 1978, 79, 80 DeStefano, Ralph T. – 1953, 54 Deuel, Michael M. – 1958 Devine, Daniel K. – 1985 Devine, Gregory E. – 1992 Devlin, Frederick M. – 1964, 65, 66 Devold, Harold – 1945 Devoy, J. – 1888 DeVries, Shon G. – 1989 Dewey, George S. – 1904 Deyhle, Patrick – 2001, 02, 03 Dickinson, William H. – 1968, 69, 70 Dicks, Jeffrey B. – 2004, 05 Diehl, George P. – 1893 Diehl, Jeffrey T. – 1989, 90, 91 Diehl, Thomas M. – 1966, 67 Dietrich, Richard R. – 1928 DiGiacomo, Carmine W. – 1960, 61 DiGrande, Vincent – 1948, 49, 50 Dilatush, Robert M. – 1952 DiNunzio, Marc J. – 1980, 81 DiPaola, Christian P. – 1996, 97 DiPaola, Matthew J. – 1996, 97 DiSalvo, Samuel A. – 1967, 68 Dishaw, J. David – 1984, 85 DiStasio, Joseph R. – 1944, 45, 46, 47 DiTondo, Mark – 1981 Dittman, Mark M. – 1996, 97, 98 Docherty, James B. – 1963, 64, 65 Dodge, Wilson S. – 1920, 21 Doe, Whitney C. – 1941, 42 Doherty, Patrick F. – 1996 Doherty, Timothy - 2003, 04 Dohr, Michael R. – 1977 Dolan, Timothy J. – 1981, 82 Dollar, William M. – 1887 Donahoe, Timothy M. – 1983

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Donahue, Michael R. – 1977, 78 Donley, Mark E. – 1997, 98 Donnan, George S. – 1909 Donnelly, Thomas R. – 1977, 78, 79 Dorius, Noah E. – 1938 Dorner, William F. – 1898, 1900 Dorrance, John G. – 1949, 50, 51 Dorset, Lynn P. – 1947, 48, 49 Dow, James P. – 1990 Dowdell, Scott J. – 1980, 81 Downes, Charles L. – 1904, 05 Dowtin, Dwayne G. – 1977, 79 Draga, Bryan P. – 1993, 94 Dragon, Henry S. – 1941 Drahos, Nicholas – 1938, 39, 40 Drogin, Alexander – 1944 Drost, Henry C. – 1948, 49 DuBois, Mark A. – 1973, 74, 75 Duca, Steven A. – 1980, 81, 82 Duff, Thomas O. – 1951 Dugal, James J. – 1973 Dugdale, Thomas W. – 1976 Dunbar, Howard S. – 1939, 40 Dunklin, Marvin L. – 1985, 87 Dunleavy, Justin M. – 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Dunlop, David R. – 1957, 58 Dunn, Ernest C. – 1965, 66, 67 Dunn, Thomas C. – 1887, 89 Dunston, Robert E. – 1948 Duren, Matthew L. – 1997, 98 Durishin, Gabriel M. – 1964 Dutchyshyn, Thomas P. – 1990, 91 Dutton, Patrick T. – 1997 Dwyer, Daniel F. – 1973, 74, 75 Dwyer, Joseph C. – 1949 Dyar, William O. – 1980, 81 Dyer, George P. – 1893, 94

EEE Eales, V. Richard – 1956, 57 Earl, Kevin D. – 1973 Earle, Edwin , Jr. – 1905, 06, 07 Easterly, David G. – 1990 Ebersole, Harold L. – 1920, 22 Eckley, Paul W. – 1915, 16 Eckstein, Christopher M. – 2003, 04, 05 Eddy, Winslow – 1925 Edwards, Eugene T. – 1981, 82, 83 Egan, John A. – 1974 Ehle, Louis C. – 1888, 89 Ehman, Kenneth H. – 1952 Eichler, Edmund V. – 1937, 38, 40 Eisenbrandt, Frederick H. – 1917 Ekstrom, George A. – 1959, 60 Eland, Jeffrey A. – 1996, 97 Elliott, Robert R. – 1997 Ellis, Grant R. – 1943, 44 Ellis, Robert C. – 1948, 49 Ellis, William C. – 1969, 70, 71 Emmet, Richard S. – 1992, 93, 94 Engel, Robert G. – 1950, 51, 52 Engle, John H. – 1962, 63, 64 Eramo, Mark A. – 1982, 83, 84 Ervick, Gary D. – 1968, 69, 70 Evans, Samuel S., Jr. – 1924, 25, 26 Eyrich, Harold R. – 1910, 11, 12

FFF Fagan, Patrick E., Jr. – 1989, 90 Fahey, James H. – 1993 Faist, Charles J. – 1968 Fanelli, Donald A. – 1973, 75 Farace, Franklyn J. – 1982, 83, 84 Farese, Kevin E. – 1998, 99, 2000 Farley, Michael P. – 1986, 87 Farrell, James R. – 1947 Farrington, Thomas H. – 1909 Fauntleroy, Clarence G. – 1951, 52 Faville, Mark R. – 1897 Feagles, Prentiss E. – 1970 Feeney, David W. – 1957, 58, 59 Feiler, Howard R. – 1984, 85 Felitto, Brent W. – 1985, 86, 88 Fennell, Thomas F. – 1894, 95, 96 Fennell, Thomas F., II – 1925 Fenton, John J. – 1959, 60 Ferguson, Keith – 1999, 2000, 01, 02


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Ferraro, John J. – 1931, 32, 33 Ferraro, Louis C. – 1963, 64 Ferree, E. H. – 1888 Fetzer, Morrison – 1903 Field, Christopher W. – 1989, 90 Files, Brian E. – 1988, 89 Finley, Brent – 1979, 80 Finley, Mark A. – 1988 Finn, Christopher J. – 1987, 88, 89 Finn, Thomas D., Jr. – 1919, 20 Finnegan, Gregory S. – 1989, 90, 91 Finneran, Frank K. – 1939, 40 Finucane, Thomas R. – 1900 Fischer, Nathan D. – 1997, 98, 99 Fischler, Kenneth J. – 1951 Fitch, Edward H., Jr. – 1895, 96 Fitch, Warren P. – 1973, 74 Fithen, Scott – 1999, 2000, 01 Fitzpatrick, Peter G. – 1991, 92, 93 Fitzsimmons, Clayton - 2003, 04 Flack, John E. – 1888 Fleischmann, Jeffrey R. – 1948, 49, 50 Fleming, Charles A. – 1985 Fleming, Francix X. – 1944, 45 Fleming, J. E. – 1889 Fleming, Michael – 1970, 71, 72 Fleming, Robert B. – 1969, 71 Flemming, Don D. – 1991 Florey, Todd F. – 1979, 80 Floy, Henry – 1890, 91 Flynn, Furlong H. – 1922 Flynn, James W. – 1970 Fochesato, Paul A. – 1983 Foley, Lawrence H., III – 1986, 87 Foley, Michael J. – 1996 Folger, T. W. – 1899 Follett, Donald S. – 1951 Follmar, Troy S. – 2003, 04, 05 Forbes, William R. – 1954 Ford, Nathan E. – 2005 Foreman, L. Scott – 1977, 78, 79 Forgy, John E. – 1903 Forlano, Bartholomew – 1990 Foster, Arthur N. – 1941 Foster, J. William – 1978, 80 Franklin, Paul A. – 1912 Fraser, Andrew S. – 1988, 1989 Fraser, Lawrence A. – 1960 Fratt, Charles K. – 1950, 1952, 1953 Fratt, Norbert Q. – 1925 Frawley, James F. – 1991 Frederick, Albert J. – 1933, 1934 Freeborn, Angelo C. – 1893 Freeborn, Faun W. – 1893, 1894, 1895 Freeman, John P. – 1983 French, Jeffrey H. – 1966 Frick, Allen J. – 1913 Fritz, William H., Jr. – 1911, 1912, 1913 Frontero, David M. – 1992 Frontero, James S. – 1984, 1985, 1986 Frontero, John D. – 1981, 1983 Fuller, John D. – 1992 Fullerton, Stuart H. – 1964 Furbush, Richard I., Jr. – 1968, 1969, 1970 Furman, Fred J. – 1904, 1905 Furman, Harry B. – 1942, 1943, 1946 Fusco, Douglas D. – 1981 Fusco, James E. – 1961, 1962

HHH Hackett, Charles F. – 1897 Hackstaff, Bruce W. – 1929, 30 Hackstaff, Frederick W. – 1903, 04 Hadley, Jon P. – 1966 Hagenauer, Richard G. – 1949, 50, 51 Haggerty, Steve F. – 1990, 91, 92 Hahn, Christopher A. – 1985, 86, 87 Hahn, Jeffrey P. – 2003, 04, 05 Hale, Stephen C. – 1910 Haley, Robert J. – 1948, 49, 50 Hall, Neal E. – 1975, 76, 77 Hall, Robert P. – 1974, 75 Hall, Ronald L. – 1959, 60 Hall, Thomas – 1893, 94, 95 Halliday, Morris S. – 1903, 04, 05 Hammond, Jeffrey S. – 1981, 82 Hanaka, Martin E. – 1970 Handleman, Lester M. – 1929, 30, 31 Hanley, Andrew F. – 1952 Hanlon, David P. – 1964, 65 Hanly, John K. – 1958, 59, 60 Hanly, Paul J., Jr. – 1970, 71, 72

Hansen, Harry A. – 1983 Hansen, Patrick W. – 1976, 77, 78 Hanset, Lucian – 2002 Hanson, B. – 1891 Hanson, Christopher M. – 1993, 94 Hanson, John W. – 1995, 96, 97, 98 Hanson, Leonard C. – 1921, 22 Hapanowicz, Taddaus – 1946 Harbilas, Costa – 1987, 88 Hardaway, Andre – 2002, 03, 04 Hardie, Charles G. – 1900 Hargrave, Harold H. – 1946 Harmon, Carl E. – 1977, 78 Harmon, Derrick T. – 1981, 82, 83 Harre, Arthur F. – 1951, 52 Harris, Benjamin M. – 1889 Harris, Deon M. – 1995, 96, 98, 99 Harris, Francis L. – 1917 Harris, Sherwood L. – 1968 Harris, William – 1907 Harrison, Chris J. – 1996, 97 Harrison, T. Daniel – 1994 Harvey, George R. – 1891 Harvey, Henry L., Jr. – 1957 Hase, Jordan – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Haseltine, Michael P. – 1987, 88 Hatton, Christian P. – 1955, 56, 57 Haucke, Frank – 1916 Hawkins, Robert W. – 1973, 74 Hawkins, Shaun C. – 1985, 86, 87 Hayden, Samuel L. – 1962 Haydon, Paul – 1974, 75, 76 Hazzard, Robert D. – 1956, 57, 58 Heath, Richard L. – 1967, 68 Hedden, Raymon R. – 1931, 32 Heeps, James W. – 1966, 67, 68 Heinith, William W., Jr. – 1942, 45, 46 Helmick, Louis G., Jr. – 1941, 42 Hemingway, John C. – 1936, 37, 38 Henderson, Frank L. – 1922, 23, 24 Henderson, Gary A. – 1971 Hendry, Clifford D. – 1971 Henrickson, Robert L. – 1975, 76, 77 Henry, Edward U. – 1893 Henry, James – 1975 Hepfer, Mathew W. – 1990, 91 Hermann, Timothy – 1999, 2000, 01 Hernandez, R. – 1890 Herriman, Morris W. – 1917 Herron, Douglas A. – 1971 Hershey, Kirk – 1938, 39, 40 Heskett, Richard M. – 1952 Hettrich, Steven T. – 1989 Hicks, David N. – 1981 Hicks, George C. – 1888 Hicks, Wesley L. – 1972, 73, 74 Hilbush, Donald F. – 1944 Hild, Michael C. – 1995 Hill, Carlos – 2002, 03 Hill, David E. – 1973, 74 Hill, David S. – 1925 Hill, Edward A. – 1911, 12, 14 Hill, Harrold H. – 1896 Hill, Theodore W. – 1890 Hilliard, James - 2003 Hindman, Richard E. – 1990 Hinman, William W. – 1966 Hipolit, Kasimer E. – 1940 Hirsch, Robert J. – 1942, 45 Hite, Andrew C. – 1992 Hoaglin, George Frederick, III – 1992 Hodson, Spencer J. – 1987 Hoekelman, Harold – 1926, 27 Hoff, Edwin J. – 1919, 20 Hoffman, Arthur L. – 1916, 17 Hoffman, Carl T. – 1928 Hoffman, Kenneth G. – 1959, 60, 61 Hoffman, Sargent G. – 1909 Hofher, James M. – 1976, 77, 78 Hofstetter, Gregg A. – 1983, 84 Holland, Carl R. – 1946, 47 Holland, Jerome H. – 1936, 37, 38 Holland, Joseph H. – 1976, 77, 78 Holleran, Matthew – 1999, 2000, 01 Homan, Stuart D. – 2004, 05 Homicz, A. Joseph, Jr. – 1964, 65, 66 Hood, Michael T. – 1997, 98 Hooker, Danny W. – 1992 Hooper, Elliot H. – 1935, 36, 37

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GGG Gabel, John H., Jr. – 1983, 1984 Gaige, Robert J. – 1948, 1949, 1950 Galbreath, Louis H. – 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891 Galeazzi, Thomas E. – 1996, 1997, 1998 Gallogly, Edward J. – 1914, 1915 Gamble, Douglas R. – 1990 Gannon, George Craig – 1965, 1966 Garcia, Edward - 2003 Garcia, Stephen P. – 1973 Gardi, Garrett M. – 1992, 1993, 1994 Gardner, Fred E. – 1907, 1908 Gargan, Thomas V., Jr. – 1948, 1949 Garguile, Dominic – 2000, 01, 02, 03 Garman, Harry S. – 1965, 1966 Garnett, Lamont W. – 1971, 1972, 1973 Garnsey, John K. – 1888 Garrett, Roger L. – 1955, 56, 57 Garrison, Stephen M. – 1982, 83, 84

Garvey, Robert V. – 1992, 93 Gasparello, Ralph N. – 1945 Gassner, Harold – 1925, 26 Gavin, Daniel J. – 1985, 86 Geib, Jay R., Jr. – 1941, 42 Geiser, Douglas W. – 1989 Gellert, George G. – 1959 Geoffrion, Homer R. – 1932 George, Abraham – 1930, 32 George, Michael J. – 1998 George, Richard E. – 1984, 85 George, Richard T. – 1992, 93 George, Stephan – 1975 George, William I. – 1951, 52, 53 Gerdes, John H. – 1952, 53 Gerken, Richard R. – 1965, 66 Gervase, Ronald M. – 1965, 66 Gettins, Steven M. – 1995 Giarrusso, Vincent P. – 1951, 52 Gibson, Edwin T. – 1904, 05, 06 Gibson, Robert J. – 1986 Giglio, Francis M. – 1997, 98 Gilkinson, Jeffrey M. – 1992, 93, 94 Gillies, Fred M. – 1915, 16 Gilman, William E. – 1934 Ginder, Jason – 1985 Girolamo, Paul C. – 1948, 49 Godshall, Henry S., Jr. – 1935 Goetz, William P. – 1920 Gogolak, Peter K. – 1961, 62, 63 Goldbas, Jacob I. – 1932, 33 Golden, Richard M. – 1944 Golden, Terence L. – 1992, 93, 94 Goldy, William J. – 1982, 83, 84 Goodberlet, Paul – 1978, 79, 80 Goodrich, Bill – 2000, 01, 02 Gordon, Arthur – 1903 Gormley, Brian S. – 1994, 95 Gouinlock, Edward V. – 1920, 21, 22 Grace, Kenneth A. – 1970 Grady, Patrick M. – 1994 Graham, James C. – 1997 Grant, Matthew A. – 2004, 05 Grant, Michael J. – 1989, 90, 91 Grant, Robert S. – 1932, 33 Grasso, Robert M. – 1973, 75 Green, Richard R. – 1991 Greene, Fred D. – 1977 Greene, Gregory P. – 1991 Griffin, Lawrence J. – 1987 Griffin, Peter J. – 1985 Griffith, E. A. – 1890, 91, 92 Grimshaw, Frederick G. – 1898 Grkovic, Wilson Duke – 1963, 64 Gross, Frederick H. – 1962 Gross, Lyndon B. – 1984, 85 Groszewski, Edward G. – 1991, 92 Gruendyke, Rod – 1978 Gryska, Richard E. – 1946, 47 Guba, Thomas K. – 1969, 70, 71 Gugino, Frank – 1966 Guise, Thomas J. – 1964, 65 Gunsch, Leonard P. – 1936 Guyer, Edward R. – 1912, 13

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HISTORY Hoover, Donald P. – 1954, 55 Hoover, Joseph M. – 1977 Horn, Robert W. – 1967 Horrell, Stephen B. – 1919, 20 Horrigan, Stephen P. – 1973, 74, 75 Horton, Elmer G. – 1890, 91 Howell, William G. – 1887, 88 Hrtko, Daniel – 1944 Hubbell, Nelson E. – 1943 Huff, Dennis A. – 1967, 68, 69 Hughes, Edward E., II – 1935, 36, 37 Huling, William W. – 1967 Hull, Joseph – 2000 Hull, Lyndon C. – 1949, 50, 51 Hummel, Frank K. – 1951, 52, 53 Hummer, Eugene J. – 1948 Humphrey, Larry A. – 1975, 77 Humphrey, Malcolm J. – 1987 Hunt, Paul N. – 1928, 29, 30 Hunt, Sanford B. – 1900, 01, 02, 03 Hunter, Chad E. – 1994, 95, 96 Hunter, George P. – 1928 Hunter, Oscar L. – 1893 Huntington, Lowell S. – 1917 Hurlburt, Russell B. – 1908, 09 Hutchinson, Alfred H. – 1908 Hutchinson, Edward M. – 1933, 34, 35 Huyghue, Michael L. – 1981, 82, 83 Hyman, John W. – 1951, 55

III Idziur, Stephen – 1983 Iliff, Bernard F. – 1958, 59, 60 Ingham, Doug J. – 1993, 94, 95 Inserra, John G. – 1986 Intihar, Stanley V. – 1953, 55 Irving, Frank J. – 1932, 33, 34 Isaly, Henry W. – 1924, 25, 26 Ison, Jared M. – 2005 Itin, Thomas W. – 1955, 56 Iverson, Peter E. – 1998, 99, 2000, 01

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Jackson, Anthony C. – 2003, 04, 05 Jackson, Fred E., Jr. – 1987 Jackson, Hiram E. – 1985 Jackson, Richard C. – 1953, 54, 55 Jacobs, Theodolph H. – 1967, 68, 69 Jaeckel, John E. – 1950, 51, 52 Jaeger, Craig R. – 1976, 77 Jaicks, Frederick G. – 1939 James, Lewis R. – 1902 Jameson, William H., Jr. – 1915 Jamieson, J. H. – 1906 Jamin, Michael F. – 1991, 92 Jandrain, Jay J. – 1988 Jaso, John P., Jr. – 1945, 46, 48, 49 Jean, Donald C. – 1969, 70, 71 Jenkins, Irving A. – 1935 Jenkins, Jason G. – 1989, 90, 91 Jenkins, Raymond – 1939, 40, 41 Jennings, Bruce D. – 1978 Jensen, Eric F. – 1948, 49, 50 Jentes, Clarence E. – 1962, 63, 64 Jerome, James F. – 1949, 50, 51 Jewett, Rexford W. – 1915, 16 Joehl, Robert A. – 1970, 71, 72 Johanson, C. M. – 1890, 91, 92 Johnson, David E. – 1974, 75, 76 Johnson, Donnell A. – 1985, 87 Johnson, Howard S. – 1927, 28, 29 Johnson, Jeffrey T. – 1985, 86 Johnson, Kenneth A. – 1984, 85, 86 Johnson, Mauritz I. – 1928 Johnson, Michael E. – 1978, 79, 80 Johnson, Paul N. – 1969 Johnson, Richard W. – 1972, 73, 74 Johnson, Roy V. – 1940, 41, 42 Johnson, Ward C. – 1985, 86 Johnston, Joshua - 2003, 04 Johnston, Malcolm W. – 1958 Jolly, John R. – 1972 Jones, Michael W. – 1982, 83, 84 Jones, Reno V. – 1921 Jordan, Joseph B. – 1989 Joyce, Stephen L. – 1994, 95 Juvonen, Frank Norman – 1957, 58

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KKK Kadivar, Kam – 1985 Kaiser, Frederick M. – 1964, 65 Kalinich, Paul T. – 1952, 53, 54 Kamon, Mark S. – 1974 Kanich, Joseph J. – 1928, 29 Kaplan, Jeffrey M. – 1979, 80 Kaplun, Thomas P. – 1998, 99, 2001 Kapsky, Mark S. – 1973, 74, 75 Kasparian, Jack H. – 1939 Kasserman, Ronald W. – 1951, 52 Katz, Bernard – 1927 Kaufman, Dudley S. – 1964, 65 Kavensky, Kenneth J. – 1960, 61 Kaw, Edgar L. – 1920, 21, 22 Kay, Harry R. – 1920 Keane, Kevin A. – 1988, 89 Kearney, Francis , Jr. – 1923, 24, 25 Kefgen, J. Keith – 1983 Keith, Arthur – 1981, 82, 83 Kelley, Alva E. – 1938, 39, 40 Kellner, John – 2001, 02, 03 Kelly, Edward J. – 1911 Kelly, John C. – 1996, 97 Kemp, Robert W. – 1992 Kennedy, Andrew R. – 1985 Kennedy, John P. – 1991 Kennedy, William E., Jr. – 1935, 36 Kenny, Sean M. – 1982, 83, 84 Kensinger, Timothy – 1982, 83 Kent, Ralph S. – 1901 Kessler, Howard F. – 1931 Kiesendahl, Bradley J. – 1996, 97 Kilburn, Lyman A. – 1900 Kilcoyne, John T. – 1979, 80 Kilcoyne, Shane R. – 2005 Killian, John C. – 1969, 70, 71 Kilmartin, William W. – 1968 Kimichik, David J. – 1980, 81 Kincaid, John H. – 1966, 67, 68 King, James V. – 1986 Kingrey, Derek – 2000 Kinne, H. E. – 1900 Kintigh, David A. – 1976, 77, 78 Kirk, Rodney E. – 1952 Kirk, William T. – 1949, 50, 51 Kirsanow, Peter – 1974 Kiscadden, Ryan M. – 2005 Kitlowski, Bradley – 2001, 02, 03, 04 Kleiber, Douglas A. – 1966, 67, 68 Kline, Philip S. – 1931 Knapp, Christopher D. – 1985, 86 Knapp, Gerald T. – 1955, 56, 57 Knauss, Walter P. – 1919, 20 Knauss, Walter P. – 1951, 52 Kneen, Ferris P. – 1927, 28 Kneen, Harold F. – 1923, 24 Knight, Charles F. – 1955, 56 Knight, Peter S. – 1970, 71, 72 Knopp, Doug M. – 1993, 94, 95 Knopp, Gregory W. – 1991 Knowles, James G. – 1984, 85, 86 Knuff, James M. – 1971, 73 Knuff, John P. – 1971, 72, 73 Kobin, Thomas R. – 1987 Koehler, Kevin J. – 1993 Koerber, Jeb – 1984 Kolb, Todd L. – 1950, 51, 52 Konstanty, Jared A. – 1993, 94 Kopicki, Ronald J. – 1965, 66, 67 Koska, John A. – 1949 Kossack, Nathaniel E. – 1931, 32, 33 Kostes, William V. – 1946, 47, 49, 50 Kotler, Steve – 1981 Kovach, John M. – 1962 Kowalski, Raymond – 1972, 73 Koza, Terrence R. – 1994, 95 Kozel, Michael S. – 1969 Kramer, Irvin A. – 1949, 50, 51 Kratch, William H., III – 1981 Krawczyk, Eric M. – 1995, 96, 97 Kretz, Walter A. – 1942, 46, 47 Krutzsch, Armin , Jr. – 1909 Kuhman, Jonathan L. – 1994 Kuhn, Ryan M. – 2004, 05 Kunit, Eugene R. – 1963, 64 Kutz, Richard H. – 1942 Kwiatkoski, Paul C. – 1974

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LLL LaBeau, Timothy R. – 1974, 75, 76 LaBonte, Clarence V. – 1956 Ladas, George T. – 1958 Lafey, Curtis W. – 1939 Lahr, Charles – 1913, 14 Lahr, Steven C. – 1971, 72, 73 Lajoie, Gerry L. – 1994 Lally, Michael J. – 1984, 85 Lally, Robert M. – 1971, 72, 73 Lamb, John P. – 1935 Lamb, Thomas , III – 1977, 78, 79 Lambert, Craig E. – 1970, 71 Lampkins, James W. – 1961, 62 Landrum, Jason P. – 1998, 99, 2000 Landsberg, Mortimer W., Jr. – 1939, 40 Lang, Robert H. – 1947 Langan, Douglas J. – 1986, 87, 88 Lanker, Greg – 1979, 80 Lanman, Henry A. – 1935 Lansing, Theodore H. – 1941, 42, 46 Larkin, Patrick E. – 1902 LaRochelle, Paul J., Jr. – 1975 Larrowe, Dwight M. – 1912 Larson, Albert L. – 1930 Larson, H. Peter, III – 1964, 65, 66 Larson, Per B. – 1994 LaScala, Anthony J. – 1942, 43 Lautz, Edward G. – 1914 Laux, Clinton C. – 1945 LaVoy, Russell E. – 1971 Lawence, Norman S. – 1903 Lazor, Daniel J. – 1995 Lazor, William V. – 1991, 92, 93 LeBorgne, Thomas M. – 1997 Lechler, George P. – 1921 Lee, Charles R. – 1960 Lee, Harold B. – 1896, 97 Lee, Mitchell D. – 1987, 88, 89 Lee, Peter J. – 1981, 82, 83 Lee, Terrence – 1975, 76, 77 Leggiero, James C. – 1992 Lempa, Douglas R. – 2005 Lempa, Ryan – 2002, 03, 04 Leo, Edward – 1951 Leonard, Daniel J. – 1976, 77, 78 Lesczinski, Michael R. – 1976 Leven, Robert J. – 1990 Leventry, Ray L. – 1908 Levine, Ronald R. – 1983 Levitas, Ethan – 1991, 92 Levitt, Chad A. – 1993, 94, 95, 96 Lewis, David H. – 1989 Lewis, James N. – 1977 Lewis, John A. – 1939 Lewis, John T., Jr. – 1980, 81, 82 Lewis, Richard N. – 1954 Licht, George – 1976, 77, 78 Lies, Bennett F. – 1902 Lightcap, Kerry M. – 1985 Lill, Charles G. – 1978 Linagen, Robert J., IV – 1978, 80 Lins, Donald M. – 1944 Lipic, Stephen J. – 1984, 85, 86 Lipinski, Richard – 1958, 59, 60 Little, Gordon R. – 1982 Litwin, Seth E. – 1993 Litzelman, John H. – 1950 Livingston, Victor M. – 1969, 70 Lofton, Jimmy T. – 1977 Logue, C. R. – 1987, 88, 89 Lomax, Clarence S. – 1890 Lombardo, Daniel W. – 1972 Lorditch, James T., Jr. – 1974, 75, 76 Loux, Albert J. – 1947 Lowe, G. – 1888 Loyd, Philip A. – 1979, 80, 81 Loynd, Richard B. – 1944, 45, 48, 49 Lubozynski, Dennis J. – 1969, 70 Lucas, Jonathan D. – 2003, 04, 05 Lucas, Thomas G. – 1965, 66 Lueder, Archie B. – 1896, 97 Lueder, Charles A. – 1898, 1900, 01, 02 Lueder, Francis A., Jr. – 1929, 30 Lundin, Harry W. – 1931 Lutz, Steven E. – 1986, 87, 88 Lyle, H. M. – 1895 Lynah, James – 1903, 04


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Lynch, Charles B. – 1957 Lynch, John A. – 1907 Lyon, Charles A. – 1905 Lyon, Robert N. – 1928 Lyons, Mark E. – 1980

M M M

Morrissey, William D. – 1981, 82 Morton, C. C. – 1896 Mosely, E. A. – 1891 Mosser, Stacy C., Jr. – 1941, 42, 46 Moulton, William H. – 1936, 37 Mowe, Homer G. – 1908 Mower, Ronald W. – 1970 Muccio, Mike S. – 1998, 99 Mueller, Lucien W. – 1915, 16 Muha, Robert A. – 1979 Muldowney, Christopher A. – 1993, 94 Mullenhoff, Paul J. – 1981 Munk, William E. – 1909, 10, 11 Munns, David A. – 1920, 21 Munns, John J. – 1911, 12, 13 Munns, Ralph B. – 1924, 25, 26 Munsick, Donald B. – 1914 Murdock, Frank K. – 1931, 32, 34 Murphy, Dennis J. – 1952, 53, 54 Murphy, John F. – 1957, 58 Murphy, William J., III – 1965, 66, 67 Murphy, William J., Jr. – 39, 40 Murray, William – 1972 Musmanno, Richard A. – 1965, 66, 67 Musquiz, Gilbert – 2000

NNN Nakoa, Kawika – 2005 Namack, W. H. – 1900 Nash, Colin M. – 2004, 05 Nash, Robert A. – 1912 Nassoiy, Sean - 2003, 04 Navarre, Jeff J. – 1986, 87 Nazarro, Sam – 1981 Nedde, Norman A. – 1954 Nees, Louis A. – 1982 Nehrer, Daniel C. – 1941 Nelson, John – 2002 Nelson, Karl J. – 1935, 36, 37 Nelson, Phillip M. – 1933, 34 Nethercot, David G. – 1917 Neuman, Scott J. – 1991 Newell, Gabriel – 2004 Newell, Todd – 2001, 02, 03 Newhall, John – 1904, 05 Newman, William S. – 1903, 05, 06 Newsom, Rosco – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Newton, Malcolm R. – 1967, 68 Newton, Mark L. – 1973 Nice, Chad – 2001, 02, 04 Nichols, Guy H. – 1943 Nichols, John S. – 1910 Nichols, Reginald W. – 1971, 72 Nicholson, Todd A. – 1987, 88, 89 Nicoletti, Richard A. – 1958, 59 Noel, Steve – 1982 Norman, George C. – 1963, 64 Norris, Joseph M. – 1996, 97 Noziglia, Dave – 1981 Nunes, Thomas M. – 1995, 96, 97, 98 Nunn, Harold F. – 1933, 34, 35

OOO O’Connor, Bernard – 1911, 12 O’Connor, John J. – 1909, 10 O’Hagan, Michael J. – 1974 O’Hearn, John E. – 1912, 13, 14 O’Neill, William B. – 1977 O’Rourke, Bernard J. – 1905, 06, 07, 08 O’Rourke, Frank H. – 1910, 11 O’Shaughnessy, Patrick E. – 1995 Oderkirk, Charles C. – 1904, 05 Ohl, W. F. – 1893, 94 Oliaro, Scott M. – 1989, 90, 92 Olney, Carl W. – 1921 Olszowka, Paul T. – 1988, 89 Oniskey, Leonard J. – 1952, 53, 54 Opre, Brian G. – 1996 Orel, Anthony J. – 1969, 70, 71 Ortega, Jose L. – 1977 Osgood, Winchester D. – 1888, 89, 91, 92 Osterhout, Glenn R. – 1975, 76 Otis, James C. – 1899, 1900 Otto, Samuel C. – 1925 Owen, Chauncey C. – 1909

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Macaluso, Anthony D. – 2004, 05 MacArthur, Edward G. – 1908 MacDonald, Alan – 1904 MacDonald, Murdo G. – 1943 Macdonald, Thomas – 1976, 77 Maceyko, William S. – 1943 Machikas, Michael C. – 1981 MacKenzie, William D. – 1919 MacLachlan, Mark A. – 1995 MacLeod, Russell A. – 1950, 51, 52 MacLeod, Thomas D. – 1967, 68, 69 MacMeekin, Trevor – 2002, 03, 04 Madea, Jarad – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Madu, Chinedu N. – 2005 Maentz, Hans S. – 1991 Magee, John A. – 1988 Magee, Noah D., Jr. – 1972 Maglisceau, Ralph Edwin – 1958, 59 Maguire, Shawn F. – 1983, 84, 85 Mahoney, Philip J. – 1990 Mahony, John J. – 1990 Majeske, Michael A. – 1977 Mako, Mark D. – 1991, 92 Malaga, Scott S. – 1986, 87, 88 Malavarca, Steven – 1974 Mallett, Mark G. – 1984 Mallory, Henry R. – 1913 Malm, Robert – 1950 Malone, Daniel P. – 1972, 73, 74 Malone, Thomas J. – 1984, 85, 86 Maney, Kevin M. – 1993, 94 Mannings, Ardrell A. – 1988, 89, 90 Manz, Keith R. – 1978, 79 Marchant, Reginald C. – 1949, 50, 51 Marchut, Kevin J. – 2005 Marciniak, Theodore A. – 1952, 54 Marcucci, Paul A. – 1968, 69 Marcus, Kevin M. – 1990, 91 Marcus, Peter M. – 1935 Marinaro, Edward F. – 1969, 70, 71 Marino, William G. – 1975 Marotta, Joseph L. – 1954 Martin, Andrew G. – 1990, 91 Martin, Joseph L. – 1941, 46 Martin, Paris – 1905 Martinez-Zorrilla, Cristobal M. – 1929, 30, 31 Martinez-Zorrilla, Jose – 1930, 31, 32 Marzec, Karl S. – 1985 Mason, C. B. – 1894 Massy, John P. – 1990, 91, 92 Masterson, Ryan C. – 1993, 94 Mateo, Ronald M. – 1992, 93, 95 Mathewson, Richard S. – 1953, 54 Matthews, Kevin L. – 1992 Matuszczak, Allen W. – 1969, 70, 71 Matuszczak, Walter J. – 1938, 39, 40 Maxwell, J. Brandon, III – 1981, 82, 83 May, Charles C. – 1907 Mayer, Clyde – 1919, 20 Mazoue, Christopher G. – 1990, 91 McAllister, Patrick E. – 1903 McAniff, Robert J. – 1955, 56, 57 McArthur, Frank – 1944 McAtee, Richard S. – 1989, 90 McAuley, Sean M. – 1988 McCallie, Edward L. – 1907 McCandless, Peter – 1974 McCarthy, John D. – 1961, 62, 63 McCarthy, John R. – 1950, 51, 52 McCarthy, Kevin C. – 1981, 82 McCollum, Joseph G. – 1908 McCombs, John W. – 1997, 98, 99 McCullen, Arthur – 1966, 67, 68 McCullough, Harold F. – 1938, 39, 40 McCurdy, Ronald J. – 1975, 76, 77 McCutcheon, Kenneth C. – 1914 McDermott, Timothy R.D. – 1992, 93, 94 McDevitt, Timothy M. – 1987 McDonnell, James C. – 1976 McDowell, John G. – 1887, 88, 89 McEnderfer, Timothy D. – 1968

McEneaney, Eamon J. – 1974, 76 McFarlin, Brian – 1979 McFarren, Michael H. – 1968, 69 McGinty, Michael – 2002, 03, 04 McGowin, John – 1928 McGrann, Michael N. – 1985, 87, 88 McGuire, Brian P. – 2005 McGuire, Robert A. – 1986 McHale, Thomas – 1986 McHugh, Bernard J. – 1961 McIntosh, Brick E. – 1969 McKean, Michael – 1992, 93, 94 McKeever, William – 1895, 96, 97 McKeever, William W. – 1936, 37, 38 McKelvey, David E. – 1959, 61 McKeown, John P. – 1971, 72 McKinney, Timothy D. – 1982, 83 McLaughlin, Daniel M. – 1895, 97 McMahon, Bruce – 1976 McMahon, Daniel J. – 1983, 84, 85 McMillan, Londell – 1985, 86 McNiff, John M. – 1989, 90, 91 McWeeney, George E. – 1965, 66 Mead, Jerry W. – 1942 Meade, E. Richard – 1953, 54, 55 Meagher, Robert G. – 1935, 36, 37 Meaney, Joseph J. – 1974, 75, 76 Meeker, Martin W. – 1977 Megaro, John – 2001, 02, 03 Mehaffey, Albert B. – 1914 Meiss, Frederick L. – 1934 Mellon, David L. – 1962, 63, 64 Melstrom, Kurt A. – 1997, 98 Menapace, David M. – 1981, 82 Merdes, Edward A. – 1946 Merz, Stuart O. – 1950, 51 Metz, Christopher F. – 1981 Metzler, Charles W. – 1949, 50, 51 Michalewicz, Paul J. – 1980, 81, 82 Micklavzina, Frank C. – 1949, 50, 51 Milanes, Angel – 1981 Miles, David G. – 1964 Miles, Stephen W. – 1954, 56 Miller, Dan R. – 1987, 88 Miller, Eric J. – 2005 Miller, Frank M. – 1948, 49, 50 Miller, Granbery – 1911, 12 Miller, Jay B. – 1967, 68 Miller, Jeff – 1979, 80 Miller, Mark G. – 1981, 82, 84 Miller, Moreno G., II – 1977, 78 Miller, Peter P. – 1915, 16, 19 Miller, Richard J. – 1969, 70, 71 Miller, Scott A. – 1988 Miller, William R. – 1896 Millhouse, Scott A. – 1973, 74, 75 Milne, Robert S. – 1961, 62, 63 Milosevic, George – 1970, 71, 72 Miner, Harry G. – 1920 Mitchell, Charles J. – 1998, 99, 2000 Mitchell, Stuart A. – 1985, 86 Mockapetris, David L. – 1973, 74 Molinet, Ignacio S. – 1924, 26 Mollica, Joseph – 1975 Monago, Frank A. – 1987, 88, 89 Monahan, David J. – 1975, 76, 77 Montgomery, Louis , Jr. – 1978 Moody, Jonathan D. – 2004, 05 Moore, Michael C. – 1966 Moore, Patrick B. – 1990, 91 Moran, Dennis P. – 1968 Moran, Henry A. – 1939 Moran, John M. – 1962, 63 Morehouse, Edward J. – 1969, 70 Morello, David A. – 1992 Moresco, Christopher J. – 1980, 81 Moresco, Joseph B. – 1997, 98 Moresko, John C. – 1969, 71 Moretti, James M. – 1972, 74 Morgan, Jason – 2002 Moriarty, Jamie – 1999, 2001, 02 Moricco, Michael V. – 1998 Mork, Kyle – 1999, 2000, 01 Morosetti, Christopher J. – 1998, 99, 2000 Morris, David P. – 1967, 68 Morris, John F. – 1954 Morris, Robert – 1923, 24 Morrison, A. B. – 1898, 99, 1900 Morrissey, J. Neil – 2001, 02, 03

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Page, Gerald F. – 1961, 62 Paige, Tommaso J. – 1995 Palazzese, Jeffrey P. – 1983, 84 Palmer, Charles A. – 1944 Palmisciano, Robert M. – 1961 Palumbo, Robert C. – 1979, 80, 81 Papich, Donald – 1974, 75, 76 Paquette, Patrick L.P. – 1992, 93 Paraskevopoulos, George – 1999, 2000, 01 Pardi, Paul - 2003, 04 Parke, Evan D. – 1987, 88, 89 Parker, Charles E. – 1928 Parker, James S. – 1887 Parr, Charles C. – 1969 Parris, Michael – 1999, 2000, 02 Pascal, Anthony A. – 1959, 60, 61 Pascavage, Peter P. – 1946, 47 Passalacqua, John E. – 1982, 83, 84 Pastuck, Henry F. – 1946, 47 Patterson, Jeffrey P. – 1967, 68 Patterson, Robert F. – 1923, 24 Pattison, D. B. – 1966 Patulski, Richard – 1981, 82 Paul, Anthony C. – 1985 Paul, Francis G. – 1941, 42 Payne, Charles T. – 1974, 75, 76 Payne, Seth C. – 1994, 95, 96 Pearlman, Marc J. – 1985, 86, 87 Peck, George W. – 1936, 37, 38 Pegan, Robert L. – 1966, 67, 68 Pegnetter, Eugene F. – 1963, 64 Peirce, Andrew W. – 1934, 35 Pendleton, Fields S., Jr. – 1917, 19, 20 Pennucci, Patrick J. – 1960 Penny, Wilford B. – 1930, 31 Penttinen, Eric W. – 1990, 91 Perkins, Fred C. – 1897, 98 Perrello, James V. – 1983, 84, 85 Pfann, Bruce W. – 1957, 58 Pfann, George R. – 1921, 22, 23 Pfeffer, Walter F. – 1941 Pfeiffer, Egbert W. – 1934, 35, 36 Philippi, Carl A. – 1913, 14 Phillips, John D. – 1973, 74 Phillips, Michael E. – 1971, 72, 73 Pick, Herbert L. – 1951 Picking, Howard M. – 1958, 59 Pickup, Robert F. – 1992 Pierce, Burdick W. – 1935 Pierce, Samuel R., Jr. – 1941 Pierik, John G. – 1948, 49, 50 Pierik, Peter G. – 1949, 51 Pierson, Douglas C. – 1952 Pierson, John C. – 1899 Pinnie, Mark S. – 1977 Piscitelli, Mark M. – 1970, 71 Pitkin, David W. – 1960 Pitman, David I. – 1996, 97, 98, 99 Pogorzala, Arthur E. – 1984 Polichene, Joel W. – 1981 Politi, Frank J. – 1934, 36 Politi, George J. – 1941, 42 Pollak, Julian A. – 1905, 06 Pollin, David B. – 1987, 88 Pollock, Matthew E. – 2003, 04, 05 Pond, Edward F. – 1930 Ponsaran, Bruce – 2000 Ponzer, William D. – 1961, 62, 63 Popielinski, James G. – 1971, 72, 73 Portuondo, Kevin L. – 1996 Posner, Jay – 1999, 2000, 01 Potash, Kenneth N. – 1989, 90, 91 Potter, Richard J. – 1952 Potts, Patrick J. – 2003, 04, 05 Powers, John E. – 1945 Pozzobon, Steve V. – 1984, 85 Pratt, Douglas J. – 1982, 83 Pressley, Todd O. – 1983, 84, 85 Prevost, John – 1990 Printy, Dale B. – 1988, 89 Printy, Donald C. – 1988, 90 Profuseck, Robert — 1969 Prospero, Michael J. – 1981, 82 Pugh, Sol – 1986 Pujo, Victor A. – 1949, 50, 51 Purcell, Henry , Jr. – 1900, 01, 02 Purdy, William J. – 1954

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Puterbaugh, John L. – 1933, 34 Pych, Joseph T. – 1989 Pyle, Cyrus – 1927 Pyle, James W. – 1965 Pyott, Albert E. – 1950, 51, 52

QQQ Quarles, David A. – 1986, 87 Quigg, Richard L. – 1941 Quinby, James D. – 1950, 51, 52 Quinn, Brian – 1978 Quinn, Joseph F., Jr. – 1945, 46, 47, 48

RRR Rackeman, William F. – 1887 Radway, Homero J.F. – 1998 Rafalski, Larry D. – 1966, 67, 68 Raga, Tom – 1987 Rahne, Ricky – 1999, 2000, 01 Raich, Michael – 1985, 86, 87 Rakowski, John T. – 1945 Rakowski, Thomas J. – 1970, 71 Ramin, Richard M. – 1948, 49, 50 Ramsey, Floyd D. – 1921, 22, 23 Rand, Richard N. – 1988, 89 Randall, Glenn D. – 1990, 91 Rankin, George C. – 1934, 35 Rao, Arjun - 2003 Rapuano, Michael – 1925, 26 Ratner, Phillip – 1963, 64, 65 Rauch, Martin W. – 1984, 85 Raymond, Richard T. – 1923 Razzano, Michael – 2002, 03 Reade, Scott C. – 1991, 92 Ready, Michael J. – 1987, 88 Reardon, Kurt F. – 1983, 84 Reback, Brad R. – 1991 Reed, Daniel A. – 1896, 97, 98 Reed, Henry M., Jr. – 1924 Rees, Arthur F., Jr. – 1913 Reese, David L. – 1960 Reherman, Leo J., Jr. – 1985, 86, 87 Reiber, Richard H. – 1931 Reilly, Brendan M. – 1995, 96 Reimund, Todd E. – 1985, 86, 87 Reinking, Daane – 2000, 01 Rejda, Ronald R. – 1979, 80 Rems, Jeffrey I. – 1982 Renzi, Eugene M. – 1951, 52 Reuther, Bernard P. – 1917 Revak, Thomas W. – 1957, 58, 59 Rex, Kevin G. – 2003, 04, 05 Reynolds, Peter M. – 1990, 91 Reynolds, Thomas C. – 1979 Rice, Lawrence J. – 1903, 04 Richard, Rob – 1988 Richards, Bartlett – 1922 Richards, Thomas C. – 1997, 98, 99 Richards, William R. – 1927 Richardson, Earl - 2003, 04 Richberg, Michael R. – 1979 Richie, David R. – 1895, 96 Rickell, David A. – 1993, 94, 95 Ridley, Jason S. – 1996 Riekert, Herbert J. – 1929, 30 Riescher, Robert J. – 1989 Rigueur, Philip – 1997, 98, 2000, 01 Rihn, Graham G. – 2005 Riley, Johnny – 1976 Ring, Timothy M. – 1976, 77, 78 Rinkus, Gary J. – 1985, 86, 87 Riordan, Michael R. – 1949 Ripley, Robert H. – 1896 Ritchie, Graham M., Jr. – 1981, 82 Ritter, Christopher – 1966, 67, 68 Ritz, Robert J. – 1960, 61 Roadhouse, Chester L. – 1905 Roark, Michael – 1991 Robb, Stewart E. – 1909, 10 Robbins, Percy A. – 1893 Roberson, Irvin – 1955, 56, 57 Robertson, William B. – 1967, 68 Robeson, Paul , Jr. – 1944, 45, 47 Robinhold, Daniel G. – 1925 Robinson, Charles R. – 1941, 42 Robinson, Joseph R. – 1962, 63 Rochow, Frank R. – 1941

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Rochow, Richard F. – 1941 Roderick, William M. – 1955 Rodin, John – 1994, 95, 96 Rodriguez, Jesse – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Rogers, C. E. – 1894, 95 Rogers, John B. – 1942, 46, 47, 48 Rohlfing, Thomas J. – 1978, 79, 80 Roland, Paul – 1979 Roll, Charles S., Jr. – 1965, 66, 67 Rollo, Walter R. – 1922 Roman, Marshall – 1978 Romano, Wayne – 1988 Romney, Brian E. – 2004, 05 Romney, Edgar H. – 1998, 99, 2000 Roney, Matthew J. – 1995 Rooks, Mark – 1989 Rooney, Kevin – 2001, 02, 03 Rooney, Thomas S. – 1952, 53, 54 Rooney, Thomas S., Jr. – 1981 Rosage, Jeffrey T. – 2005 Rose, Charles N. – 1995 Rose, Robert M. – 1936, 37, 38 Rosecrans, James A. – 1984 Rosenberg, Lester J. – 1925, 26 Ross, Steve P. – 1980, 81 Rosser, Barrett E. – 1970, 72 Rossiter, William G. – 1934, 36 Roth, A. Sidney – 1936, 37, 38 Roth, Brandon A. – 1987, 88 Roth, Thomas H. – 1978, 79, 80 Rothstein, Nathan – 1930, 31 Rousseau, Henry H., Jr. – 1929 Rowe, Norman L. – 1954 Rowlands, Thomas P. – 1969, 71 Royer, Paul A. – 1981, 82, 83 Rubenstein, Kenneth J. – 1981 Rubin, Harry – 1944 Ruby, Jeffrey B. – 1968, 69 Rucker, James C. – 1942 Ruddy, Michael J. – 1939, 40 Rudiman, Andrew , Jr. – 1975 Rupert, David C. – 1976, 77, 78 Russell, Robert H. – 1944 Russo, Richard J. – 1971, 72, 73 Ruth, Lloyd D., Jr. – 1966, 67, 68 Rutledge, James E. – 1938 Ryan, John F. – 1987, 88 Ryan, Joseph E. – 1963, 64 Ryan, Joseph R. – 1956 Ryan, Michael W. – 1978, 79, 80 Ryder, Robert O. – 1988, 89, 90 Ryerson, Robert E. – 1916

SSS Sabia, Edward C. – 2003, 05 Sacco, Bryan – 1999, 2000, 01 Sadusky, John J. – 1957, 58, 59 Sampson, Harvey E. – 1948, 49, 50 Sampson, Peter G. – 1967 Sanford, Steven P. – 1972 Sansiveri, Sean – 2002 Santamaria, Frank A. – 1977, 78 Santone, Thomas J. – 1973, 74 Saussy, Gordon – 1895 Savage, Bernard A. – 1923 Savitsky, Edward J. – 1956, 57, 58 Saylor, John E. – 1942, 46 Scarton, Charles M. – 1963 Scazzero, William F. – 1950, 51 Schaefer, Frederick A. – 1941 Scherr, Nathan – 1944 Schlichter, Fred P. – 1915 Schmid, Christopher – 1955 Schmuck, James T. – 1939, 40 Schneider, Edward – 1943 Schneider, Joseph F. – 1963, 64 Schnuck, Craig D. – 1969 Schnuck, Scott C. – 1969, 70 Schoales, Dudley N. – 1926, 27, 28 Schoch, L. M. – 1897 Schock, Arthur P. – 1915 Schoellkopf, Henry – 1900, 01 Schoellkopf, Paul A. – 1903 Scholl, W. Brooks – 1969 Scholl, Walter A. – 1939, 40 Scholz, Ralph – 1982, 83 Schrauth, Amandus J. – 1947 Schreck, Leonard B. – 1926

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TTT Tabasso, Anthony P. – 1991 Taber, David F., Jr. – 1912, 14 Taddei, Ernest E. – 1975, 76, 77 Tagliaferri, John S. – 1983, 84, 85 Talierco, John B. – 1955 Talton, Kenneth B. – 1976, 77, 78 Tamulonis, Frank L. – 1965, 66, 67 Tangman, C. H. – 1897 Tanner, Michael A. – 1976, 77, 79 Tansey, John – 1983 Taplin, Dwayne O. – 1979 Tarsi, Nathan - 2003, 04 Tattersfield, James P. – 1929 Taussig, Charles A. – 1899, 1900, 01 Taussig, J. Hawley – 1893, 94, 95, 96 Taylor, Alva – 1980, 81 Taylor, Charles W. – 1948, 49, 50 Taylor, Daniel O. – 1949, 50, 51 Taylor, J. W. – 1896 Taylor, Jeffrey P. – 1991 Taylor, Philip G. – 1957, 58, 59 Taylor, Wilberforce – 1919 Teagle, Ernest H. – 1910 Teeple, George L. – 1887 Telesh, George G. – 1959, 60, 61 Templeton, Will D. – 1941 Tennant, Thomas E. – 1944 Tenuta, Benjamin G. – 1978, 79, 80 Tenuta, Joshua P. – 1981 Terry, John W. – 1932, 33 Texido, Michael A. – 1986, 87 Thayer, Guy H. – 1887, 89 Thelmas, Larry – 1986 Theodorakos, James T. – 1970, 71, 72 Thomas, David R. – 1900 Thomas, David R. – 1959, 60, 61 Thomas, Kyle – 2002, 03 Thomas, Terence L. – 1981, 82, 83 Thompson, Bryan G. – 1981 Thompson, Elmer I. – 1905, 06, 07 Thompson, Troy F. – 1991, 92 Thornell, Douglas V. – 1997 Tilley, Clarence – 1914, 15 Tilton, Benjamin E. – 1925 Timon, Stephen J. – 1992 Tino, Marcello A. – 1958, 59, 61 Tisdale, Jason – 1999 Toczylowski, Stephen A. – 1945 Tokish, Leonard J. – 1986, 87, 88 Toppe, Robert – 1982 Totten, William H. – 1970 Tourison, George B. – 1903 Towson, Arthur L. – 1927 Tracosas, Jon E. – 1971, 72, 73 Tracy, Lyndon S. – 1896, 97 Tredennick, Harry L. – 1941 Tretter, David J. – 1975, 77 Trimberger, George M. – 1964 Tross, Stuart A. – 1986, 87 Trousdell, James N. – 1939 Troutner, James F. – 1945 Trowbridge, Sherman – 1917, 19 Trumka, Richard L. –2003, 04, 05 Tsapis, Stanley – 1951, 52, 53 Tull, Christopher R. – 1985, 86 Tullar, Irving V. – 1929, 30, 31 Tully, John M. – 1943, 44 Tully, Paul H. – 1988, 89, 90 Turel, Anthony P. – 1960, 61, 62 Turley, Mark S. – 1978, 79, 80 Turnbull, R. A. – 1901 Tuths, Philip M. – 1937 Tydeman, Arthur F. – 1908, 09 Tydeman, William A. – 1901, 02

UUU Ulbricht, Brian – 1999, 2001, 02 Underhill, Harry E. – 1911 Unterzuber, Zane R. – 1950 Upcraft, Mark A. – 1987, 88 Upton, Daniel – 1888, 89

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Schreiber, Robert A. – 1963 Schroder, Andrew J. – 1956 Schroeder, Robert A. – 1990, 91 Schuh, Charles R. – 1948, 49, 50 Schumacher, August – 1926, 27 Schumacher, Edward C. – 1933 Schuster, Frank J. – 1973 Schwartz, Herbert – 1944 Schweizer, Michael F. – 1988 Scott, John W. – 1934 Scott, Kevin – 1974 Scott, Martin A. – 1997, 98, 99 Scott, Norman E. – 1927, 28, 29 Scott, Thomas – 1976, 77 Scroger, Rollin – 1980 Scullin, John P. – 1964 Scullin, Richard P., Jr. – 1998 Scully, Daniel T. – 1978, 79, 80 Scully, Michael J. – 1981, 82, 83 Scully, Robert J. – 1944, 45 Seagrave, Clarence N. – 1909, 10 Sebald, J. A. – 1951, 52, 53 Seeley, Harold K. – 1909 Seidenberg, Harold – 1949, 50, 51 Seider, John P. – 1944 Seifert, James W. – 1993, 94, 95, 98 Selsmeyer, Mark P. – 1978, 79 Sepessy, R. Keith – 1977, 78, 79 Shaffer, John M. – 1965 Shank, Paul W. – 1961 Shappee, Robert D. – 1960 Sharafanowich, Edward S. – 1944 Shaub, Harry – 1931, 32, 33 Shavers, John – 1974, 75, 76 Shay, Edward A. – 1969 Shayler, Randy M. – 1970, 71 Shea, David J. – 1980, 81, 82 Shearer, George K. – 1907, 08 Shearn, T. Michael – 1980 Sheble, John H. – 1902 Sheerin, Richard T. – 1995, 96, 97 Sheffer, John W., Jr. – 1936 Sheil, David – 1975 Sheldon, James H. – 1887 Shelton, Murray N. – 1913, 14, 15 Shepard, Alvin W. – 1889, 90 Shepard, Kirk V. – 1970 Shepard, William C. – 1902 Sherman, Larry R. – 1970, 71 Sherrill, James L., Jr. – 1981, 82, 83 Sherwood, Jules D. – 1996, 97, 98 Shields, Carl D. – 1972 Shirley, Paul – 1991 Shiverick, Francis T. – 1915, 16, 19 Short, John C. – 1898, 99 Shuler, Charles – 1913, 14 Shuler, John D. – 1919 Shulman, Matthew A. – 1993, 94 Sibson, Walter W., Jr. – 1927 Sidman, Scott E. – 1982, 83, 84 Sieger, John – 1988 Sigler, Kevin J. – 1974 Silver, Mahingus R. – 1995, 96 Simic, Paul M. – 1989 Simmons, Adrian – 1987, 88 Simmons, Evan – 2000, 01 Simon, Joseph P. – 1953, 54 Simpson, Joseph R. – 1961, 62 Simpson, Timothy A. – 1993 Simson, LeGrand D. – 1909, 10 Siwula, Lukas A. – 2004, 05 Skawski, John – 1945, 47 Skillman, David M. – 1960 Skoczylas, Larry J. – 1975, 77 Skypeck, Thomas J. – 1956, 57, 58 Slisky, Edward J. – 1961, 62 Slocum, Andrew H. – 1993, 94 Slocum, George S. – 1960 Smith, Darryl F. – 1998, 2000 Smith, Deron – 2001, 02 Smith, Eric K. – 1991 Smith, James L. – 1948, 49 Smith, Joseph H. – 1911, 12 Smith, Larry – 1986 Smith, Manasseh , Jr. – 1901, 02 Smith, Randall L. – 1978 Smith, Robert A., Jr. – 1904 Smith, Robert T. – 1967 Smith, Rodney R. – 1964

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W W W Wade, Henry S. – 1924 Wagner, George F. – 1891, 92, 93 Wagner, John D. – 1992, 93, 94 Wagner, Michael R. – 1984, 85 Wahl, John E. – 1920 Waite, James M. – 1970, 71, 72 Wakeman, Samuel – 1927, 28, 29 Walbridge, George B. – 1899 Walder, George H. – 1905, 06, 07, 08 Walker, Daniel M. – 1967 Wallace, George C. – 1929, 30 Wallace, John J., Jr. – 1965, 66 Wallace, John M. – 1932, 33 Walsh, Eamon M. – 1989 Walter, Scott F. – 1981, 82 Walterhouse, Kurt D. – 1981 Walters, Lloyd R. – 1951, 52, 53 Warner, Glenn S. – 1892, 93, 94 Warner, William J. – 1899, 1900, 01, 02 Warren, James R. – 1961, 62 Warrington, John M. – 1987, 88 Washington, Calvin W. – 1974, 75, 76 Wasilewski, Robert J. – 1960, 61 Waterbury, Jackson D. – 1927, 28 Watkins, Ramon L. – 1989, 90, 91 Watson, Charles H. – 1907 Watson, Charles L. – 1996, 97, 98 Waud, Ernest P. – 1902

Webb, Christopher J. – 1986, 87, 88 Webb, H. G. – 1902 Webster, John W. – 1957, 58 Weekes, Charles P., Jr. – 1909, 10 Weggler, Robert K. – 1975, 76, 78 Weidel, Brian C. – 1995, 96 Weideman, Edward A. – 1965 Weidenkopf, Thomas W. – 1978, 79, 80 Weidenthal, Harold G. – 1912 Weinstein, David – 1993, 94 Weiss, Charles P. – 1941 Weitsman, Andrew J. - 2003, 04, 05 Welles, Theodore W. – 1945 Wenmoth, Robert – 1974 Wesson, Andy – 1984 West, Andrew - 2003 West, Frederick W. – 1938, 39, 40 Westcott, Mark E. – 1972 Wester, Frederick E. – 1924, 25 Westfield, Bryan J. – 1962, 63 Westphal, Frederick A., Jr. – 1942, 46, 47 Wetherell, Steve – 1982 Wetzel, Eric D. – 1981, 82 Weyandt, Daniel J. – 1998, 99, 2000 Whalen, Jon – 1988 Wheeler, William S. – 1942, 46 Whelan, William J. – 1950, 51, 52 Whetstone, Walter , Jr. – 1923, 24 Whipple, Kirt R. – 1989, 90 White, Rollin H. – 1890, 91, 92 Whiting, Allen E. – 1896, 97, 98 Whitney, George S. – 1900 Whyte, Jessel S. – 1910, 11, 12 Whyte, Robert B. – 1911, 12 Wickham, Woodward A. – 1926, 27 Wierbinski, Donald S. – 1973, 74, 75 Wight, Harry C. – 1908 Wilder, LaVerne A. – 1904 Wildes, Christopher – 1989 Wilkes, Jeff – 1990 Wilkinson, John – 1887, 88 Williams, Alfred D. – 1913 Williams, Dana P. – 1971, 72 Williams, George E. – 1943, 44 Williams, Kenneth W. – 1980, 81 Williams, Richard D. – 1963, 64 Williamson, George – 1911, 13 Willinger, Gerald F. – 1988, 89, 90 Willmott, Derrick L. – 1987, 88 Wilson, Christopher W. – 1897, 98, 99 Wilson, Edward P. – 1910 Wilson, Griswold , Jr. – 1935 Wilson, Harrison S. – 1933, 34, 35 Wilson, Ian P. – 1996, 97 Wilson, James B. – 1919 Wilson, Ken – 1979 Wilson, P. A. – 1896 Wilson, R. H. – 1888 Wilson, Richard H. – 1972, 73, 74 Wilson, Ronald D. – 1934, 35 Wilson, Terrance M. – 1956, 57, 58

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Wilson, William J. – 1951 Wilson, William L. – 1964, 65 Windsor, Philip B. – 1897, 99 Wingerson, Richard N. – 1950 Wise, Matthew – 1999, 2001, 02 Witherbee, George P. – 1891, 92 Witwer, Dale E. – 1965, 66 Wleklinski, Robert E. – 1992 Wolfe, Philip W. – 1955 Wolff, Peter M. – 1940, 41 Wood, Berwick B. – 1908, 09 Wood, Gary F. – 1961, 62, 63 Wood, George A. – 1991, 92 Wood, H. N. – 1889 Wood, Nollie P. – 1973, 74 Woodring, Jeffrey E. – 1990, 91, 92 Woods, David M. – 1992, 93, 94 Worcester, William H. – 1939 Worden, Warren L. – 1927, 28 Woznicki, Julius J. – 1945 Wrampelmeier, Fred J. – 1927, 28 Wright, Winfred B. – 1942, 46, 47 Wyckoff, Clinton R. – 1895 Wydo, Frank – 1946 Wyvell, Manton M. – 1898

YYY Yablonski, Robert F. – 1960 Yanz, Victor B. – 2000, 01, 02, 03 Yavinsky, Merrill – 1985 Yawger, Edwin – 1889, 90 Yerg, Jay E. – 1995 Young, Charles V.P. – 1898 Young, Courtney D. – 1942 Young, E. P. – 1891, 1893, 95 Young, George H. – 1897, 98, 99 Young, George H., Jr. – 1898 Young, George O. – 1930 Young, J. T. – 1888 Young, Spencer C., III – 1975 Young, William W. – 1988

ZZZ Zacek, Richard J. – 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Zack, William – 1974 Zak, Edward P. – 1966, 67, 68 Zander, Roy J. – 1915, 16 Zankowski, John – 1966 Zechman, Russel P. – 1951, 53 Zelko, Russell R. – 1959, 60, 61 Ziegler, William W. – 1936 Zielinski, Bob – 1978 Zielinski, James W. – 1961, 62, 63 Zingo, Chris J. – 1991, 92, 93 Zirkle, Douglas E. – 1963, 64, 65 Ziskind, Cory – 1999, 2000, 01 Zittel, William A. – 1981 Zogby, Peter S. – 1965, 66, 67

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A pair of Big Red seniors, Anthony Jackson and Jonathan Lucas, enter the season attempting to earn their fourth varsityletter.Iftheydoso,theywilljoinan elite group of 52 former student-athletes to letter four times for the Big Red. Ahouse, David J. – 1994, 95, 96, 97 Allen, Christopher M. – 1994, 95, 96, 97 Barr, Charles J. – 1890, 91, 92, 93 Bates, Vincent – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Baumgartel, Michael E. – 2001, 02, 03, 04 Beacham, Joseph W., Jr. – 1893, 94, 95, 96 Blanks, David – 2001, 02, 03, 04 Boothe, Kevin M. – 2002, 03, 04, 05 Bradley, Frank L., Jr. – 1946, 47, 48, 49 Brewster, Alfred A., Jr. – 1900, 01, 02, 03 Chollet, Hillary A. – 1945, 46, 48, 49 Coffin, Albert R. – 1900, 01, 02, 03

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Collins, Daniel – 2001, 02, 03, 04 Colnon, Aaron J. – 1889, 90, 91, 94 Combe, Peter – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Costello, James H. – 1902, 03, 04, 05 DiStasio, Joseph R. – 1944, 45, 46, 47 Dunleavy, Justin M. – 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Ferguson, Keith – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Galbreath, Louis H. – 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891 Garguile, Dominic – 2000, 01, 02, 03 Hanson, John W. – 1995, 96, 97, 98 Harris, Deon M. – 1995, 96, 98, 99 Hase, Jordan – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Hunt, Sanford B. – 1900, 01, 02, 03 Iverson, Peter E. – 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Jaso, John P., Jr. – 1945, 46, 48, 49 Kitlowski, Bradley – 2001, 02, 03, 04 Kostes, William V. – 1946, 47, 49, 50 Levitt, Chad A. – 1993, 94, 95, 96 Loynd, Richard B. – 1944, 45, 48, 49 Lueder, Charles A. – 1898, 1900, 01, 02 Madea, Jarad – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Newsom, Rosco – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Nunes, Thomas M. – 1995, 96, 97, 98

O’Rourke, Bernard J. – 1905, 06, 07, 08 Osgood, Winchester D. – 1888, 89, 91, 92 Pitman, David I. – 1996, 97, 98, 99 Quinn, Joseph F., Jr. – 1945, 46, 47, 48 Rigueur, Philip – 1997, 98, 2000, 01 Rodriguez, Jesse – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Rogers, John B. – 1942, 46, 47, 48 Seifert, James W. – 1993, 94, 95, 98 Spitler, Nate – 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Stadnik, Jason – 2001, 02, 03, 04 Stone, Michael – 2000, 01, 02, 03 Taussig, J. Hawley – 1893, 94, 95, 96 VanderKaay, Aaron M. – 1994, 95, 96, 97 Walder, George H. – 1905, 06, 07, 08 Warner, William J. – 1899, 1900, 01, 02 Yanz, Victor B. – 2000, 01, 02, 03 Zacek, Richard J. – 1998, 99, 2000, 01


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Cornell University/Realizing a Bold Dream Inthemid1800s,twoNewYorkstatesenators,EzraCornell morethan100countries.Interand Andrew Dickson White, shared the bold dream of disciplinarystudyandresearch foundinga“trulygreatuniversity.”Cornell,aplain-spoken areCornellhallmarks,asisatinventor, wanted “an institution where any person can find tentiontoundergraduateeduinstructioninanystudy,”includingthemechanicalartsand cation.Theuniversity’s2,200 agriculture.White,ascholarlygraduateofOxfordandYale, faculty members are active yearnedtoestablishauniversitywhere“truthshallbetaught teachers as well as researchfor truth’s sake” in the arts and sciences. Together they ers—Nobellaureatesoftenconcreated a nonsectarian university that was the first in the ductintroductorycourses—and eastern United States to admit women and that pioneered thelinesoftraditionaldisciplines theconceptofelectivecourses.Theiregalitarianvisionand areeasilycrossed.Engineering innovative ideas, which set Cornell apart at its opening in students dabble in photogra○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 1868,continuetoguidetheuniversitytoday. Cornell includes 13 colleges and schools. On the Ithaca campus are the seven undergraduate units—the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning; theCollegeofArtsandSciences;theCollegeofEngineering; the School of Hotel Administration; the College of Human ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Ecology; and the School of Industrial and Labor RelaU.S. states tions—as well as four from all 50 urbs and phy; theatre arts students explore the me co ds ra graduate and profesworldofcomputers;physicsmajorslearn s underg es, sub day Cornell’ s. They come from citi ound landscapearchitecture. ar y wa lf sionalunits:theGradu- To e ha i r 120 count u grew up or ate School, the Law and National Science Foundation studies e to where yo , sizes, shapes and peros cl s, ea ar l cal. on programs in research and developl colors hi al op in os School, the Johnson rura il me ph co , obe. They l, sexual , artists, Graduate School of the gl — religious, politica ors, athletes essors, mentatU.S.universitiesconsistently ns nt io ve as in su s, an Management, and the rank Cornell among the top 10 or 11 prof sici students — mu rising doctors, lawyers, ers, sysCollege of Veterinary Gifted in total research and development s; gn er si rm de l fa pare ets, nanciers, ap r organizers — who expenditures,andinfederally Medicine. (The Weill actors, po fi s, er ne gi m en labo think- financed expenditures. Medical College and the scientists , political activistsm ts ers, creative ys ev al hi an ac g in nd Weill Graduate School of tems Cornell ranks second ta They are outs shakers. Medical Sciences are in work hard. among U.S.universitiesin d an rs, movers New York City.) An Ivy ers, dreame fundsallocatedbytheNationalSciLeague university that is ence Foundation for programs in acaalsothelandgrantinstitutionofNewYorkState,Cornellis demic science and engineering. a unique combination of public and private divisions Cornellhasfivenationalresearch committed to teaching, research, and public service. centers: the Center for High Cornell’s 13,700 undergraduates and 6,000 graduate EnergySynchrotronStudies, and professional students come from all 50 states and the Floyd R. Newman

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Nestled in the heart of New York State’s beautiful Finger LakesregionisTompkinsCounty,withIthacaatitscenter. Long known for the excellence of its educationalandresearchinstitutions,andmore recentlyforitsmultitudeofscenicwonders, Ithacaisindeed,“Gorges.” • Ithaca and Tompkins County are located in the central Finger Lakes Region of New York State, five hours from New York City, three hours from Niagara Falls, two hours from Rochester and 4.5 hours from Philadelphia. • The 14 counties in the Finger Lakes Region cover more than 9,000 square miles, or roughly the size of New Hampshire or Vermont, and slightly larger than the state of New Jersey. • Ithaca offers more restaurants per capita than New York City.

ThebeautyofIthacaandtheCornellcampus is unmatched. Ithaca is host to over 150 waterfalls,allofwhichliewithina10-mile radius of downtown. Tompkins County is alsohometothreeofthesixgorgeparksin New York state. Among the amazing sites is Taughannock Falls. At 215 feet high, Taughannock has a greater vertical drop thanNiagaraFalls.

• The Sagan Planet Walk, built to honor the memory of Ithaca resident and Cornell University astronomer Carl Sagan, is a true-to-scale model ofoursolarsystem.Itisoneoftheonly walkable “planet walks” in the world. The Sciencenter, Ithaca’s hands-on museum and outdoor science playground, is the sponsor of the Sagan Planet Walk, and is one of eight museums involved in the partnership of educational attractions called the DISCOVERY TRAIL. Some others include the Museum of the Earth and Cornell’s Laboratory of Ornithology. • The downtown Ithaca Commons was named one of the New York’s top design projects of the century by the state chapter of the American Institute of Architects. • Ithaca was designated “America’s Most Enlightened City” by the Utne Reader in 1997.

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DAVID J.SKORTON 1st Year at Cornell 12th President of Cornell University David J. Skorton will be inaugurated as the 12th president of Cornell University on Sept. 7,2006.HewillholdfacultyappointmentsinInternalMedicineandPediatricsatWeill-Cornell Medical College in New York City and in Biomedical Engineering at the College of Engineering on the Ithaca campus. Skorton had served as president of the University of Iowa since March 2003. He had been a faculty member there for 26 years. He was appointed vice president for research in 1992 and interim vice president for external relations in 2000. He served as vice president for research and external relations from March 2002 until he assumed the presidency. As vice president, he oversaw more than 30 administrative units and headed a research and development program that ranks among the nation’s top 20 public research universities in obtainingexternalfunding.Healsocontinuedhisroleasaphysician,caringforadolescents and adults with inborn heart disease. Co-founderandco-directoroftheUIAdolescentandAdultCongenitalHeartDiseaseClinicattheUniversityofIowaHospitalsandClinics, Skorton focused his research on congenital heart disease in adolescents and adults, cardiac imaging, and computer image processing. His research was supported by the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the American Heart Association, and by private industry. He has published numerous articles, reviews, book chapters, and two major texts in the areas of cardiac imaging and imageprocessing.HeservedinavarietyofadministrativepositionsattheUniversityofIowa,includingdirectoroftheCardiovascularImage Processing Laboratory (1982–1996), director of the Division of General Internal Medicine (1985–1989), and associate chair for clinical programs in the Department of Internal Medicine (1989–1992). A national leader in research ethics, Skorton is charter past-president of the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc., the first entity organized specifically to accredit human research protection programs. He has served on the boards and committees of many national organizations, including the American College of Cardiology, the American Heart Association, the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, the American Society of Echocardiography, the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, the Association of American Universities, the Council on Competitiveness, and the Korea America Friendship Society. He has traveled widely in Europe and Asia on behalf of both academic and community projects. SkortonisactivelyengagedinservicetothecommunityandtothestateofIowa,particularlyinregionalandstateeconomicdevelopment. He served on and chaired the Iowa City Area Development Group, served on the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce Priority One Advisory Committee and the Technology Corridor Committee, and currently serves on the Cedar Rapids Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors. He also was a member of the Iowa Business Council and has served on the Iowa Department of Economic Development Board, the Governor’s Life Sciences Advisory Committee, and the Iowa Research Council, of which he was president from 1999 to 2001. Skorton earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1970 and an M.D. in 1974, both from Northwestern University. Following a medical residency and cardiology fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles, he went to the University of Iowa in 1980 as an instructor. He was named assistant professor of internal medicine in 1981 and assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering in 1982. He was promoted to associate professor in 1984 and to professor in 1988. As a musician, Skorton has a longstanding interest in jazz. He grew up in Los Angeles surrounded by Latin music and worked as a professional jazz and R&B musician in the Chicago area. He hosted a weekly program, As Night Falls—Latin Jazz, on KSUI, the University of Iowa’s public FM radio station.

DR. SUSAN H.MURPHY ‘73 29th Year at Cornell Vice President, Student and Academic Services

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Susan H. Murphy has served Cornell University as vice president for student and academic services since July 1994. Under her direction are academic support, campus life, dean of students,Greeklife,careerservices,publicservice,religiousaffairs,athleticsandphysical education and health services. A 1973 graduate of Cornell’s College of Arts and Sciences, Murphy majored in history. She subsequently completed master’s degrees at Stanford University and Montclair State College. In 1994, she earned a Ph.D. in educational administration from Cornell. Murphy joined the Cornell staff in 1978 following work as a guidance counselor and head of the guidance department at Chatham (N.J.) Borough High School. For 16 years, she worked inadmissionsandfinancialaid,includingnineyearsasdeanofadmissionsandfinancialaid. In addition to her responsibilities at Cornell, Murphy chairs the policy committee of the CouncilofIvyGroupPresidents.Previously,shehasheldstate-wideandnationalpositionsintheCollegeBoardandtheNationalAssociation of College Admission Counselors.

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J. ANDREWNOEL Jr. 26th Year at Cornell The Meakem!Smith Director of Athletics and Physical Education Andy Noel begins his eighth year as Cornell University’s director of athletics and physical education having led the Big Red athletics program to unprecedented success while setting a course for his vision of continued prosperity. His position was endowed in December 2003 by Jack ’58 and Diane ’61 Meakem and Scott Smith ’79. Jack is a former oarsman and member of Cornell’s Athletic Hall of Fame, while Scott wrestled under Noel during his time on East Hill. The Big Red teams have parlayed Noel’s accomplishments into success on and off the playing field. Cornell’s athletic teams have won 37 Ivy League team titles and nine national championships during his tenure and have posted a cumulative .510 winning percentage or better in six of his first seven seasons. The program’s 31 Ivy titles in the last four years is a Cornell record dating back to the inception of the Ivy League, including a record nine in 2005-06. Academically in 2005-06, 11 student-athletes were named to academic all-district teams. In addition, Cornell has had 12 student-athletes named Academic AllAmerica in the last four years, among the most of any school in the Ivy League. Noel accepted the appointment as director after serving three years as an associate director of athletics for the Big Red. Since becoming director, Noel has continued to hire top coaches and has also successfully upgraded a number of department facilities (including renovating Schoellkopf Hall and building the Friedman Wrestling Center). During his tenure, he has also been a member of the team that raised $66 million in support of capital projects and endowment, helping secure the financial future of the department. During the campaign, 21 coaching and staff positions were endowed, bringing the total number of endowed positions within the department to 30, the most of any school in the country. Noel was the Big Red’s head wrestling coach from 1974 to 1988 and then served two years as an assistant director in the department’s public affairs office, implementing the athletic department’s annual giving program. At Cornell, his wrestling teams won four Ivy League championships and placed second four times. Under Noel’s direction, the wrestling team established a strong network of support from alumni and friends. In 1990, he was recognized at the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championships for his distinguished coaching career at Cornell, and in 1992 he was inducted into the New York State Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He is also a member of the Franklin and Marshall Sports Hall of Fame and the Council of Mental Health and Welfare. In addition to his coaching and administrative career, Noel served on the wrestling committee of the National Collegiate Athletic Association from 1997-2001. He was a member of the NCAA Championships Cabinet from 2003-06 and serves on both the Misconduct Appeals Subcommittee and the Playing Rules Oversight Panel. Noel is a past chairman of the Ivy League athletic directors’ committee on administration and serves on the Cornell President’s Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs and the Council of Mental Health and Welfare. In 2006, he was named to the Wells College Board of Trustees. A native of Lancaster, Pa., he graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 1972 with a bachelor of arts degree in history and received his master of arts degree in counseling and guidance from Colgate University in 1973. Noel is married to Dr. Betsy Mead Noel ‘86, and has a son Jonathan ‘04 and two daughters, Amanda ‘07, and 2-year-old Amelie.

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ANITA BRENNER

STEPHEN P. ERBER

AL GANTERT

ALAN KATZ

MATT COATS

BERNIE DEPALMA

TOM HOWLEY

CHRIS WLOSINSKI

Associate Director of Athletics

Associate Director of Athletics

Associate Director of Athletics/ Physical Education

Associate Director of Athletics/ Business and Finance

Assistant Director of Athletics/ Operations

Assistant Director of Athletics/ Sports Medicine

Assistant Director of Athletics/ Athlete Performance

Assistant Director of Athletics/ Student Services and Compliance

JOHN WEBSTER

PATTY WELDON

PAT GRAHAM

DALE STRAUF

JEFF HALL

GENE NIGHMAN

PAM DOLLAWAY

Director of Athletic Alumni Affairs and Dev.

Compliance Coordinator

Facilities Manager

Head Equipment Manager

Director of Cornell Sports Marketing

Ticket Manager

Human Resources Manager

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Meet The Big Red Coaches

AnimpressivestaffofcoachesleadstheBigRedteamsandrecruitssomeofthefineststudent-athletesfromanationalandinternational pool of accomplished young men and women. The coaches demonstrate a commitment to teaching and a willingness to share their own competitive experiences with their teams. Their individual achievements and accomplishments include playing and coaching time in the professional and international ranks as well as numerous all-star performances during their own collegiate careers.

M ATT B AUGHAN

PAUL BECKWITH

DICK BLOOD

DEITRE COLLINS-PARKER

TERRY CULLEN

DOUG DERRAUGH

Golf

Gymnastics

The Jan Rock Zubrow ’77 Head Coach of Softball

The Wendy Schaenen ’79 Head Coach of Women’s Volleyball

The Terry Cullen Head Coach of Sprint Football

Women’s Ice Hockey

JULEE DEVOY

MARK DEVOY

IRYNA DOLGIKH

STEVE DONAHUE

LOU DUESING

Women’s Squash

Men’s Squash

Fencing

The Robert E. Gallagher ’44 Head Coach of Men’s Basketball

The Alan B. ‘53 and Elizabeth Heekin Harris Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country Coach

DAVID ELDREDGE ‘81 The Peter B. Orthwein ‘69 Head Coach of Polo

TOM FORD

RICK GILBERT

LAURA GLITZ

JENNY GRAAP ‘86

JOHN HOLOHAN

DONNA HORNIBROOK

The Ted Thoren Head Coach of Baseball

The Richard W. Gilbert Head Coach of Diving

The Carl Meinig ‘31 Head Coach of Women’s Tennis

Women’s Lacrosse

Women’s Swimming

Field Hockey

JIM KNOWLES ‘87

ROB KOLL

JOE LUCIA

CHRIS MITCHELL

DAN ROOCK

BRYAN SCALES

The Roger J. Weiss ’61 Head Coach of Football

The David Dunlop ’59 Head Coach of Wrestling

The Philip H. Bartels ’71 Head Coach of Men’s Swimming

Equestrian

The Spirit of ’57 Director of Men’s Heavyweight Rowing

Men’s Soccer

MIKE SCHAFER ‘86

BARRY SCHOONMAKER

DAYNA SMITH

JEFF TAMBRONI

NATHAN TAYLOR

CHRIS WILSON

GRETCHEN ZIGANTE

The Jay R. Bloom ’77 Head Coach of Men’s Hockey

The Richard Savitt ‘50 - Stephen Weiss ‘57 Head Coach of Men’s Tennis

The Rebecca Quinn Morgan ’60 Head Coach of Women’s Basketball

The Richard M. Moran Head Coach of Men’s Lacrosse

The George Heekin ’29 Head Coach of Men’s Track & Field and Cross Country

The Staley Head Coach of Women’s Rowing

Women’s Soccer

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TODD KENNETT ‘91 The Robert B. Tallman ’41 Men’s Lightweight Rowing Head Coach

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The Ivy League is truly one of a kind. While the 2006-07 academic year marks the 50th season of official Ivy League athletic competition, the rivalries and traditions in the League go so much deeper. The first official athletic competition between League schools was more than 150 years ago (1852, Harvard-Yale rowing) and the first football game was more than 130 years ago (1872, Columbia-Yale). In the early days, the Ivy schools dominated college athletics. All-America status, Olympic medals and national championships were routinely earned by students from the Ancient Eight. Today, Ivy Leaguers continue to claim national titles and Olympic medals — as well as AllAmerica and Academic All-America status. Hundreds continue athletic careers as professionals and hundreds more as coaches and athletic administrators. The student-athletes also are among the nation’s leading public servants, doctors, journalists, lawyers, scientists, scholars, business leaders, entertainers, educators and so much more. The success of the League comes without athletic scholarships while maintaining self-imposed high academic standards. The Ivy League has demonstrated a rare willingness and ability, given the pressures on intercollegiate success throughout the nation, to abide by these rules and still compete successfully in Division I athletics. Sponsoring conference championships in 33 men’s and women’s sports, and averaging more than 35 varsity teams at each school, the Ivy League provides intercollegiate athletic opportunities for more men and women than any other conference in the country. All eight Ivy schools are among the “top 20” of NCAA Division I schools in number of sports offered for both men and women. The term “Ivy colleges” was first in October, 1933 by Stanley Woodward of the New York Herald Tribune to describe the eight current Ivy schools (plus Army). On Feb. 8, 1935, Associated Press sports editor Alan Gould first used the exact term “Ivy League.” The first “Ivy Group Agreement,” signed in 1945, applied only to football. It affirmed the observance of common practices in academic standards and eligibility requirements and the administration of need-based financial aid, with no athletic scholarships. The agreement created the Presidents Policy Committee, including the eight Presidents; the Coordination and Eligibility Committee, made up of one senior non-athletic administrator from each school; and the committee on Administration, comprised of the eight directors ofathletics. The Ivy Presidents extended the Ivy Group Agreement to all intercollegiate sports in February 1954. Their statement also focused on 2006 FOOTBALL

Council of Ivy Group Presidents (The Ivy League) 228 Alexander St. Princeton, NJ 08544 Phone: (609) 258-6426 Fax: (609) 258-1690 Web Site: www.ivyleaguesports.com Executive Director: Jeffrey H. Orleans Senior Associate Director: Carolyn Campbell-McGovern Associate Director: Charles Yrigoyen III Assistant Director: Brett Hoover Compliance Assistant: Mary Mulvenna Public Information Assistant: Josie Carlson Public Information Assistant: E.J. Hubbard Office Coordinator: Jane M. Antis Administrative Assistant: Robin Patsey

IVY FAST FACTS

Founded—1956; 50th season Student Population—51,525 Members—Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, Yale Ivy-Sponsored Championships—33

Since 2000, the Ivy League has... • Produced 26 individual and 10 team NCAA national champions. The League has also had national champions in a number of non-NCAA sports like squash and men’s rowing. • Posted an average number of 18.3 teams per school to be honored by the NCAA for outstanding Academic Progress Rates in 2005-06. No other single school in the nation met the Ivy League’s average. • Had more than 100 All-Americans each year. • Averaged more than a dozen Academic All-Americans (including an all-time high of 17 in 2004-05) • Had 162 competitors at the four Olympic Games (2000, 2002, 2004). Those 162 have collected 53 medals, including 18 gold. • Sent hundreds of athletes into the professional ranks, including dozens of NFL players, including Sean Morey and Isaiah Kacyvenski, who met at midfield as team captains at Super Bowl XL. • Hosted the first ESPN College GameDay football show to draw more than 1.5 million households. • Became the first conference to ‘sweep’ the four major NCAA Awards in the same year. Columbia’s Robert Kraft claiming the Roosevelt Award; Princeton’s John Doar the Inspirational Award; Yale’s Susan Wellington the Silver Anniversary; and Brown’s Nick Hartigan the TopVIII.

presidential governance of the League, the importance of intra-League competition, and a desire that recruited athletes be academically ‘representative’ of each institution¹s overall student body. Although that is the League¹s official founding date, the first year of competition was 195657. The Ivy League office is housed in Princeton, N.J., under the leadership of Executive Director Jeffrey H. Orleans, who has been at that post since 1984.


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The Friedman Center

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Champions are crowned duringtheseason,butchampionships are earned long before competition begins. Cornell’s900varsityathletes haveexclusiveaccesstoone ofthenewestandbesttrainingfacilitiesinthenation— the8,000-square-footFriedman Strength and Conditioning Center. Completed in June 1997, this impressive $2 million additiontoBartelsHallreflectstheuniversity’sstrongcommitmentto athleticexcellence.Coachesandteammembersalikecreditthecenter, itsworld-classequipment,andfirst-ratestaffwithaddingimmenselyto the success of the Big Red athletic program. TheFriedmanCentercontainsfree-weight,selectorized,plyometric, and cardiovascular equipment and has been designed to meet the diverse training needs of Cornell’s athletes. The center can accommodate up to 100 users at a time without compromising safety or function. Itsuniquefeaturesincludeair-conditioning,a175-wattstereosystem, and damage-resistant flooring. Cornell’s varsity strength and conditioning program—nicknamed “Big Red Power”—focuses on enhancing performance and preventing injury. The new facility and equipment enable the staff to prescribe year-roundsport-specificprogramswithvarietyandprecision. Before the training programs are designed, the muscular and metabolic needs for each sport—and for each position within the sport—are analyzed. Athletes are then assessed to identify their individual strengths and weaknesses, and follow-up assessments are conducted at regular intervals. Comprehensive workouts are prescribed to address deficiencies and promote the development of skills used during competition. Injurypreventionalsoisemphasized.Throughresistancetraining, the number and the severity of injuries are reduced. If an injury does occur,thestrengthandconditioningstaffworkscloselywiththesports medicine staff to ensure a safeandcompleterehabilitation.Theobjectiveistoallow theathletetoresumefullparticipationassoonaspossible.

12th Year at Cornell Assistant Director of Athletics for Athlete Performance

Strength & Conditioning Staff TOM DILLIPLANE Asst. Strength Coach

MARILYNN BROCKMAN Asst. Strength Coach

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Tom Howley has been the strength and conditioning coach at Cornell since July 1995. In that role, he oversees the designandimplementationofathleticperformanceprogramsforCornell’s36varsitysports. The comprehensive, year-round programs include strength and power development, mobilityskilltrainingandconditioning,and are implemented in a motivating, team-oriented environment. Prior to his arrival at Cornell, Howley was the assistant director of strength and conditioningatEastCarolinaUniversityfrom19911995. During these seasons, the Pirates participated in two bowl games (1992 Peach Bowl and 1995 Liberty Bowl), qualified for the NCAA baseball regional tournament (1994) and played in the NCAA basketball tournament (1993). Howley was a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at Auburn University from 1989-91, where he earned his master’s degree in exercise physiology. The Tigers were the 1989 Southeastern Conference cochampions, the 1990 Hall of Fame Bowl and the 1991 Peach Bowl champions. Howley also served as an assistant coach with the special teams. A 1988 graduate of Tulane, Howley earned a bachelor of arts degree in history and was a three-year letterman and two year starting offensive lineman on the football team. The Green Wave played in the 1987 Independence Bowl his senior year. He was the recipient of the New Orleans Quarterback Club Student-Athlete Award as a senior. HowleyisanactiveparticipantintheCornell University/IthacaCollegechapteroftheFellowshipofChristianAthletes. Heandhiswife, Amanda, reside in Ithaca with their daughter, Anna Corrine.

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Support Services Class of ‘44 Study Room Student-athletes at Cornell have access to the Class of ’44 Study Room. The room is furnished with study tables and chairs to comfortably accommodate 15-20 people in addition to the computers that are all equipped with internet access. Members of Cornell’s Class of 1944 contributed to the project, covering the expense of new furniture, computers, a printer, a lectern and a coat rack. The space is conveniently located in Bartels Hall and is accessible to studentathletes between classes and before and after practice. The room is open Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Fridays 8 a.m.to 4 p.m.

Academic Services Academic counseling is provided in partnership with the student-athletes’ assigned academic advisers and college advising office. Academic contracts are developed in conjunction with the student-athlete to outline specific academic goals for the semester. Academic monitoring of current course grades and academic performance can be requested from instructors by coaches or student-athletes at anytime throughout the semester. The instructor will be asked to fill out a form and return it to Athletic Student Services Office. Once received, a follow-up meeting with the director allows the student-athlete to meet and discuss their academic progress. Tutoring services are available to all student-athletes as a supplement to existing tutorial services on campus. Student-athletes may request a tutor by completing a tutor request form that can be obtained from their coach or the form can be printed from www.CornellBigRed.com. Laptop computers are available for student-athletes to sign out on away athletic trips. You may request a laptop by contacting Chris Wlosinski. There is a limit of one per team and are available on a first-come first-serve basis. Study skills workshops can be arranged through the Athletic Student Services office. Referrals to the Center for Learning and Teaching provide additional support for individual academic and study skills support.

Support Services

For more information regarding Student-Athlete Support Services at Cornell, contact ... Mailing Address Chris Wlosinski Department of Athletics — Cornell University Teagle Hall, Campus Road Ithaca, NY 14853-6501 Phone Number: (607) 254-7472 E-mail: cmw32@cornell.edu

Personal Needs Counseling Student-athletes are encouraged to schedule an appointment with the director when they have concerns regarding academic, athletic, or personal issues. Assistance will be provided and referrals will be made to appropriate support services on campus. Educational Seminars/Workshops Various seminars and workshops are given throughout the year and provide information relevant to student-athletes. Past workshops include topics such as nutrition and eating disorders, alcohol education, sports psychology, women’s health issues, and study skills. Career Development Services Career development services for student-athletes are coordinated with the University Career Center and each of the undergraduate colleges. Services including assistance with resume writing and conducting a job search is also available through the various Career Centers across campus. Student-Athlete Assistance Fund Money is available for Pell Grant recipients and to non-US citizens who have demonstrated need that is comparable to those qualifying for Pell grants and are receiving institutional aid. There is a $500 allowance for clothing and essentials and/or travel home and $100 for academic course supplies.

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Chris Wlosinski took over the role of the Andrew ‘78 and Margaret Paul Director of Student-AthleteSupportServicesinAugust 2001 and was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Student Services and Compliance in March 2005. In her position,shehasassumedadedicatedrolefocusedonstudent-athlete support and compliance with NCAA and Ivy League rules. Cornellanditscounterpartsembraceaphilosophythatincludesthe notionthatstudent-athletesshouldexperienceamainstreamcollegiatelife,buttheuniversityalsorecognizedtheextrademandsplaced onthisspecialpopulation.InAugustof1998,theposition,thefirstof itskindintheIvyLeague,wascreated,arolethatasksWlosinskitowork as an available and reliable adviser who understands the lifestyle student-athletesleadandassiststheminbalancingtheiracademic, athleticandpersonalchallenges.Inthiscapacityshealsoservesasa liaisonwiththecollegesanddirectsstudent-athletestoappropriate campus-wide resources for academic and personal needs. When Wlosinski first joined the Big Red program, she worked collaborativelywiththedirectorofstudent-athletesupportservices, coaches and administrators to provide counseling and 2006 FOOTBALL

academicsupportservicesserving36varsitysports.Shedeveloped and maintained personal contacts with administrators and professors throughout Cornell’s seven colleges, and she assisted the directorinmonitoringtheacademicprogressofstudent-athletes. Most of Wlosinski’s time is devoted to personal meetings with student-athletes, and while the bulk of her work focuses on freshmen, sophomores and transfer students, she does assist athletes fromallclassesandacrossallcollegesatCornell. Wlosinski came to Cornell in August 1999 and worked in compliance, student services and event management. In June 2000, she accepted the position of associate director of alumni affairs and development for athletics where she served until assuming her current position. PriortojoiningtheCornellstaff,Wlosinskispentayeareachas an athletics administrative intern at Bates College and Plymouth StateCollege. Shealsoservedasaspecialeducationteacherforthe learningdisabledforsevenyearsinLancaster,Pa. WlosinskigraduatedfromMillersvilleUniversityin1989witha bachelor’s degree in special education and from Plymouth State College in 1999 with a master’s degree in education.


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Athletic Training AthletictrainingatCornellUniversityisdedicatedtoprovidingall student-athletesinthedepartmentwiththehighestlevelofhealthcare. The care given by the Big Red trainingstaffgoeswellbeyond thedailymedicalconcernsthat everyDivisionIprogramhasregardinginjuryprevention,treatment and rehabilitation. The total health care of the individualisthegoaloftheCornell program.

B ERNIE DePALMA

26th Year at Cornell Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Medicine Doc Kavanagh Head Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist

Bernie DePalma’s topprioritiesarethe health and safety of thestudent-athletes, and providing them with a safe environment fortrainingandcompetition. Hehasbeenan integralmemberoftheathleticstaffasheadof physicaltherapy,athletictrainingandrehabilitationforCornellUniversityHealthServices since August 1980 and head athletic trainer since1983. BerniegraduatedfromQuinnipiacCollege withabachelorofsciencedegreeinphysical therapy in 1978 and received his master’s degreeinathletictraining-sportsmedicine fromtheUniversityofVirginiain1980. DePalma and the Big Red head coaches worktogetherinplanningpracticeschedules toassistinthepreventionofinjuries.DePalma alsoworkscloselywiththestrengthandconditioningstafftoassistwithinjuryprevention. Bernie was a founding member of the Cornell sports nutrition discussion group, which examines the role nutrition plays in thestudent-athlete’swell-beingandperfor-

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JIMCASE 19th Year at Cornell AssociateAthleticTrainer

DR. DAVIDWENTZEL 17th Year at Cornell Chief of Sports Medicine

MARC CHAMBERLAIN, ATC

SARAH HERSKEE, ATC

LINDA HOISINGTON, ATC

KATHY MACCHEYNE, EMT

CHRIS SCARLATA, ATC

JOCELYN STARK, ATC

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mance. He also manages programs he developed for graduate assistantships with IthacaCollegeandathletictrainerinternships from Ithaca and other area colleges. Hesupervisessevenfull-timestaffmembers and numerous part-time assistants. Bernie’sexpertiseimpactsnationalathletics legislation. He has served on numerous NCAA committees, including the committee on competitive safeguards and medicalaspectsofsportsafety,whichhechaired; the NCAA special committee on studentathlete welfare, access and equity; and the nationalathletictrainer’staskforcewhich developed medical coverage guidelines for allintercollegiateathleticprograms. He was honored in 2001 by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) with the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award. The award recognizes the NATA’s certifiedmembersfortheiroutstandingcontributionstotheprofessionofathletictraining and to the association. Bernieandhiswife,Mary,haveadaughter, Taylor,andason,Turner.

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Prominent Cornell Alumni AEROSPACE ED LU ’84 MissionspecialistfortheSpaceShuttleAtlantis,whichdockedwiththe RussianSpaceStationMir ARTS RICHARD MEIER ’57 Internationallyknownarchitect SUSAN ROTHENBERG ’67 Painter JASON SELEY ’40 Sculptor;Cornellfacultymember PETER YARROW ’59 Musician; Peter, Paul & Mary BUSINESS ADOLPH ’07 AND JOSEPH COORS ’39 Founder/executivesofthenation‘slargestsinglebrewery PETER COORS ’69 President, Coors Brewing Company HERBERT F. ’22 AND SAMUEL C. JOHNSON ED LU ‘84 ’50 Founder/executives of Johnson Wax Company SANFORD I. WEILL ’55 Financierandphilanthropist;CEOofCitigroup EDUCATION AND HUMANITIES URIE BRONFENBRENNER ’38 Pioneer in human development studies; Cornell faculty member JEROME H. HOLLAND ’39, MS ’41 FormerAmbassadortoSweden;formerpresidentofHamptonInstitute and Delaware State University; businessman WILLIAM STRUNK PHD 1896 Educatorandeditor;co-authorofElementsofStyle

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ENTERTAINMENT ARTHUR LAURENTS ’37 TonyAward-winningplaywright,screenwriter,director,andauthor; wrote West Side Story and directed La Cage Aux Folles BILL MAHER ’78 Comedian,author;hostofPoliticallyIncorrectpanelshowonABC EDWARD MARINARO ’72 Actor,HillStreetBlues,Sisters CHRISTOPHER REEVE ’74 Actor,SupermanI,II,IIIandIVmovies;awardwinningdirector;activist formedicalresearch

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GOVERNMENT SAMUEL (SANDY) R. BERGER ’67 Internationalconsultant;nationalsecurityadvisor1993-2000 STEPHEN FRIEDMAN ’59 AssistantforeconomicpolicytoPresidentGeorgeW.Bush,anddirector of the National Economic Council RUTH BADER GINSBURG ’54 U.S.SupremeCourtJustice;memberofNationalWomen’sHallofFame JANET RENO ’60 U.S. attorney general, 1993-2000; member of National Women’s Hall of Fame LEE TENG-HUI PHD ’68 PresidentofTaiwan LITERATURE KENNETH BLANCHARD ’61, PHD ’67 Author, The One-Minute Manager; management consultant TONI MORRISON ’55 Winner of 1988 Pulitzer Prize and 1993 Nobel Prize for literature KURT VONNEGUT JR. ’44 Author(CatsCradle,SlaughterHouseFive);prisonerofwarinGermany during World War II

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Schoellkopf Field has undergone many greatchanges,resultingintoday’smagnificent structure. During the 19th century, many of Cornell’s athletic teams trained on Percy Field where Ithaca High School now stands. During the early 1900s, though, Cornell’spopulationgrewquicklyandPercy Fieldwasnolongersuitableforthegrowing number of Cornell athletes. Gradually, the idea of having adequate athleticfacilitiesoncampusdeveloped. The Alumni Field Committee was created to considerthispossibilityandtheypersuaded theuniversitysetasidelandforafield. The committee “strove, pled, and prayed” for donationstotheproposedathleticfacilities. Because of a generous donation from Willard Straight ’01, the construction of a field house was made possible. The contriOpened: 1915 bution came in memory of his friend, Henry First Game: vs. Gettysburg, 26-0 Win (9-28-1915) (Heinie) Schoellkopf ’02, an outstanding Total Games at Schoellkopf: 438 shortened hours of dayfootballplayeranda“belovedgentlegiant.” Itissaid Record at Schoellkopf Field: 273-150-15 (.640) lightcutdownafter-class that he once dove 70 feet into a gorge pool to rescue Largest Football Crowd (all-time): practicetime. 35,300 vs. Michigan (W, 20-7) on Nov. 10, 1951 a drowning dog. Before 1915, the largThe Schoellkopf family themselves then responded Largest Football Crowd (since 1970): est crowd to assemble for toStraight’sdonationandhelpedfinancetheproject. 23,000 vs. Columbia (W, 24-21) on Oct. 30, 1971 anathleticeventinIthaca Finally,constructionofSchoellkopfField,whichwould was less than 5,000. The be on the highest point on campus, could take place. Schoellkopf Field was ready to open the fall of 1915. The University development of automobiles and improvement of roads brought planned a huge parade from the Arts Quad to the field for the larger and larger crowds to the stadium. Soon, it became apparent dedication exercises and opening football game. Everyone in that Schoellkopf’s capacity of 9,000 was no longer sufficient. In 1921, a study and report was commissioned and in the spring Cornell—undergraduates, faculty and staff, in addition to alumni of 1923, University trustees approved the plans to reconstruct the and invited guests—was expected to participate. On Saturday, October 9, 1915, all campus activities were sus- east side stands. Construction began that winter and in September, pended at noon. An estimated crowd of 6,000 quickly gathered in 1924, the Crescent was completed increasing capacity to 21,500. frontofGoldwinSmithHallasinstructedbytheUniversity.President In June 1947, permanent steel stands on the west side of Schoellkopf Jacob Gould Schurman slowly led the procession to the awaiting Field were built, boosting total stadium capacity to 25,597. The SchoellkopfField.Theimpressiveparadewasthelargestturnoutof stands,aswellasanewpressbox,werecompletedintimeforCornell football’s Navy game on October 18, 1947. itskindintheIthacaareaatthetime. Schoellkopf Field was one of the University’s most valuable, but Cornellfootball’sbestseasonwasitsfirstonSchoellkopf.That year, the team won all of its nine games and went on to become leastusedareasoncampusuntiltheintroductionofanartificialturf. In early 1971, it was announced that an anonymous donor had national champion. madeagiftforturfonSchoellkopf Exactlyfiveyearsafterthededication,the Field. The person who first benGeneral Electric Company completed work on efitedfromtheartificialsurface afloodsearchlightsystemforthefield,which was probably Cornell’s star was designed to illuminate the field without tailback Ed Marinaro ’72, who causingglarevisibletotheplayers.Theproject eventually broke every school was of major importance to athletic teams, rushingrecord.Theartificialsurespecially in the fall and winter months, when face was more flexible than natural grass and would therefore cause less of an impact on Marinaro’s body when he went down. Also, there had been a historyofimprovedfootballrushing performancesonartificialturf.The field has since been resurfaced three times, most recently in 1999. Expansion and growth for Schoellkopf Field continued. The new press box was built in 1986, and the stands have been refurbished. This season will be the first for the Big Red in the newly renovated Schoellkopf Hall, which includes an addition featuring new locker rooms, meeting rooms, a football tradition room and coaches offices. Schoellkopf Field has become an irreplaceable part of Cornell’sathletictraditionandcampus. PartsofthisarticleoriginallyraninTheCornellDailySun(Nov.21,1985)

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Set against a backdrop of the natural beauty of Cayuga Lake and the surrounding hills, an extensive array of facilities provides a tremendous environment for practice and competition for Cornell’s varsity teams. Schoellkopf Field and its distinctive crescent-shaped stadium may be Cornell’s most familiar sports venue, but since the mid-’90s, a number of new facilities have become landmarks as well. The Friedman Strength and Conditioning Center, a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to the support and improvement of athletes’ performances, is a place where all teams gather to train. The Kane Sports Complex, with its Berman Field for soccer and the Simon Track, and the Niemand•Robison Softball Field are also impressive facilities. The Reis Tennis Center, the Belkin Squash Courts, and the Oxley Equestrian Center, home of the equestrian and polo teams, are part of an expanding complex that will include new homes for other teams as Cornell continuestorealizeitsplanforrenovationandbuildingofathleticfacilities. Spacious and historic Barton Hall is home to the indoor track and field teams. The volleyball and basketball teams compete in Bartels Hall’s 4,473-seat Newman Arena and the fencing team’s home, the Stifel Fencing Salle, is located on the lower level of the facility. Adjacent to Bartels Hall is famed Lynah Rink, where the Big Red hockey teams perform before sellout crowds for most home games. Lynah Rink is currently undergoing a facelift, and is expected to be ready for the 2006-07 season. The Friedman Wrestling Center, opened in 2002, is located to the north of Bartels. The gymnastics and swimming teams are housed in Teagle Hall, where Cornell crews also train during the winter months. Just down the hill from campus are the Collyer Boat House and the Doris Robison Shell House, which are scheduled for renovation and expansion.

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Success In And Out Of The Classroom ... To be a Cornellian is to be among the best and Cornell University’s intercollegiate athletic program is no different, ranking among the nation’s elite. The Big Red competes at the highest level of intercollegiate athletic competition as an NCAA Division I institution. Rich tradition and history follow Cornell athletics throughout the university’s storied past. Cornellians have been national champions in ice hockey, lacrosse, polo, rowing, track and field and wrestling. They have also earned spots in halls of fame, on All-America teams, on the Olympic medal podium and have written their names in record books as Wimbledon tennis champions and major league players in baseball, basketball, football and hockey. More recently, Cornell has won 31 Ivy League titles in the last four years, which is a school record for a four-year span. That is only part of the equation. During the same time period, the Big Red has had 12 student-athletes named Academic All-Americans.

DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION MISSION STATEMENT The Department of Athletics and Physical Education strives to provide students with powerful and meaningful participatory experiences that forge enduring bonds with Cornell, and to provide for the well-being of members of the faculty, staff, and community. We offer a diverse program of physical and outdoor education, recreational services, and intercollegiate athletic competition, equitably adminstered with special attention to the needs of women and members of under-represented minority groups. We foster the values of physical fitness, total well-being, and enduring participation in athletics; teach leadership skills, teamwork, responsibility, and accountability; and administer programs that can be critical to the educational and personal development of students in keeping with the high standards of Cornell, the Ivy League, the Eastern College Athletic Conference, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The department promotes pride and unity within the university community and provides opportunities to develop, strengthen and maintain ties to external audiences such as alumni, friends, the educational community, and the general public by attracting interest, recognition and support.

Going National The Big Red participated in 18 NCAA tournaments or national meets in 2005-06 while getting All-America performances from 22 student-athletes. Cornell athletes were also recognized for their academic performances, garnering an ESPN the Magazine Academic AllAmerica selection and 11 AllDistrict bids.

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The senior class of 2006 combined for a record 31 Ivy titles in their four seasons, continuing the program’s storied success in athletics.

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Lyndsay Robinson ‘06 (left) was given the IWLCA‘s national Community Awareness Award for community service. Here, Robinson and teammate Noelle Dowd ‘08 do lawn work for a local emeritus professor as part of the Cornell Traditions program.

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NCAA Woman of the Year finalists ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame members NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients Cornellians who own major professional sports franchises Ivy League Player of the Year selections in 2005-06 Cornell student-athletes who have been awarded Rhodes Scholarships Ivy League team championships in 2005-06 Cornell athletes named ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District in 2005-06 Ivy League team championships the last two years (School record) NCAA tournament or championship meets Cornell participated in during 2005-06 Total NCAA individual and team national championships Olympic gold medalists First team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Cornell All-Americans in 2005-06 Ivy League team championships the last three years (School record) Varsity sports at Cornell Cornellians who have earned Olympic medals Total Cornell ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Total national championships in all sports for the Big Red All-Ivy selections in 2005-06 Total Ivy League team titles for the Big Red since 1956-57 Total Academic All-Ivy selections