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- Table of Contents Chadron State College Quick Facts........................................................2 Team Information ........................................................................................2 The Coaches Jay Long.............................................................................................................4 Jeff Larson........................................................................................................6 Chris Stein........................................................................................................7 Craig Jersild.....................................................................................................8 Joe Mclain, Josh Breske...............................................................................9 Richard Fairhead, Jake Iodence..............................................................9 Kyle King, Jacob McLain..........................................................................10 Josh Redden, Brandon Gunter, Randy Dolan..................................10 The Eagles of 2013 2013 Roster..................................................................................................12 2013 Incoming Players............................................................................13 A Look Back at 2012 Game-by-Game............................................................................................34 Final Statistics.............................................................................................40 Honors............................................................................................................42 Starting Lineups.........................................................................................43 RMAC Standings.........................................................................................43 The RMAC Chadron State’s RMAC Record.............................................................44 Players of the Year.....................................................................................44 Coaches of the Year...................................................................................44 Chadron State All-Star Gridders..........................................................45

History Statistical Comparison, 1968-2012 ..................................................46 All-Americans..............................................................................................47 First Team All-Americans.......................................................................47 1st and 2nd Team All-Americans........................................................47 Record of All CSC Football Games, 1911-2012..............................48 Chadron State College Postseason Records....................................49 RMAC Records ............................................................................................49 Records Individual Career Records......................................................................50 Individual Season Records.....................................................................56 Individual Game Records........................................................................61 Team Season Records...............................................................................63 Team Game Records.................................................................................67 Chadron State College Grid Leaders, 1968-2012.........................70 All-Time Records........................................................................................73 Coaching Records.......................................................................................73 Top 10 Winningest Coaches .................................................................73 Year-By-Year CSC Team Records..........................................................73 Armstrong Gym Renovation Project..................................................80 Media Guide Credits

The 2013 Chadron State College football media guide is designed to serve the media and public with information related to the CSC football team and the CSC campus. The 2013 football media guide was written by sports information director Alex Helmbrecht. Craig Conway designed the front and back covers and Helmbrecht designed the guide. Photography by: Helmbrecht, Justin Haag, Con Marshall, Daniel Binkard and DeWayne Gimeson.

Eagles in the NFL

Danny Woodhead is in his sixth season of the NFL. He played two seasons with the New York Jets, three with the New England Patriots and signed a free agent deal with the San Diego Chargers in 2013. Woodhead, a native of North Platte, has rushed for 1,263 yards and scored 10 touchdowns in his career. He also has 100 career receptions for 1,069 yards and 4 TDs. (Courtesy photo: Mike Nowak)

Garrett Gilkey, a native of Sandwich, Ill., was drafted by the Cleveland Browns with the 227th pick of the 2013 NFL Draft. Gilkey, a two-time Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Conference performer and an All-American in 2012 at left tackle, is the third Chadron State College football player to be drafted. He plays guard for the Browns. (Courtesy Photo: Cleveland Browns)

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Chadron State College Quick Facts City/Zip.......................................................................... Chadron, NE 69337 Founded/Enrollment...............................................................1911/2,841 Nickname................................................................................................. Eagles School Colors................................................................Cardinal and White Stadium/Capacity.........Elliott Field at Don Beebe Stadium/3,800 Surface........................................................................................Natural Grass Press Box Phone...................................................................308-432-7780 Affiliation............................................................................ NCAA Division II Conference................................ Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference President...............................................................................Dr. Randy Rhine Athletic Director.......................................................................Joel R. Smith Athletic Dept. Phone...........................................................308-432-6344 Athletic Dept. Fax.................................................................308-432-6493 Tickets Phone.........................................................................308-432-6255 Sports Information Director....................................... Alex Helmbrecht SID E-mail................................................................ ahelmbrecht@csc.edu SID Office Phone...................................................................308-432-6212 Head Athletic Trainer................................................................... Don Watt Athletic Training Room......................................................308-432-6340 Team Information 2012 Record..................................................................................................9-3 RMAC Record/Finish...................................................................... 8-1/2nd Final AFCA/D2Football.com Rankings................................18th/18th Last NCAA Playoff Appearance.......................................................... 2012 Playoff Result..............................................L 38-30 to West Texas A&M Basic Offense.......................................................................Multiple Spread Basic Defense................................................................................................3-3 Letterwinners Returning.......................................................................... 38 Letterwinners Lost...................................................................................... 22 Starters Returning....................................................................................... 16 Starters Lost...................................................................................................... 6

Coaching Staff Head Coach/Offensive Line.......................................................... Jay Long Alma Mater..................................................................Chadron State, 2001 Record at Chadron State....................................... 9-3 (Second Season) Career Record (Years)........................................... 24-18 (Fifth Season) Office Phone............................................................................308-432-6281 Best Time to Reach............... Monday through Thursday mornings E-mail........................................................................................ jlong@csc.edu Assistants Defensive Coordinator...............................................................Jeff Larson Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks................................. Chris Stein Defensive Backs/Special Teams Coordinator................Craig Jersild Wide Receivers......................................... Joe McLain/Brandon Gunter Running Backs........................................................................Jacob Iodence Inside Receivers...................................................................... Jacob McLain Offensive Tackles........................................................................Josh Breske Defensive Backs/Special Teams......................................... Josh Redden Linebackers/Special Teams....................................... Richard Fairhead Defensive Line.....................................................Kyle King/Randy Doran

History First Year of Football.............................................................................. 1911 All-Time Record (Years)................................................501-341-15 (98) All-Time RMAC Record (Years)............................................137-38 (22) Number of RMAC Championships (Last)...............................8 (2008) All-Time Postseason Record................................................................ 4-11 NCAA D-II Playoff Appearances (Record)................................. 8 (3-8) First Team All-Americans......................................................................... 24 Harlon Hill Trophy Winners....................................................................... 2 First Team All-RMAC Selections...........................................................137 RMAC Players of the Year.......................................................................... 10

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Chadron State College Sports Information Alex Helmbrecht is entering his seventh year as the sports information director at Chadron State College. As the SID, he is responsible for the publicity, promotion and distribution of information for the Eagles’ 13 Division II athletic programs. He is also responsible for maintaining Chadron State’s athletic website, designing game programs and media guides, photography, game management and statistics and records. Sports Helmbrecht is an active member of Information Director the College Sports Information DirecAlex Helmbrecht tors of America and has received several commendations for feature writing and event coverage from CoSIDA. In 2013, a story Helmbrecht wrote about former men’s basketball player Christian McGhee was named the top Athlete Profile in District 7. In all, Helmbrecht has claimed eight awards in the Fred Stabley Sr. Writing Contest, including five first place awards. Each year since 2011, he has been one of three finalists for the top SID in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the J.W. Campbell/Con Marshall Sports Information Director of the Year award. He has successfully hosted four NCAA D-II playoff games, three RMAC championships and served as co-director for the Super Region 4 Wrestling Tournament in 2013. In addition, he serves on the Harlon Hill national committee and is a co-sponsor for Blue Key on Chadron State’s campus. Helmbrecht is also involved with the college’s Hall of Fame selection committee and helps coordinate homecoming and Ivy Day festivities.

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n Credentials Requests for credentials and press box seating for home football games should be made in advance by calling the sports information office at 308-432-6212 or by e-mail at ahelmbrecht@csc.edu.

Only appropriately credentialed individuals will be allowed access into the press box. Seating is limited. Photographers, press and broadcast journalists must display credentials at all times and remain within NCAA-designated areas, which includes the coaches and players box on the home and visitor sideline. The CSC sports information office has the discretion to refuse or revoke media credentials at any time.

n Interviews Head coach Jay Long and selected players will be available for interviews on the field following a 10-minute cooling off period once the game ends. In some instances a press conference will be in the Nelson Physical Activity Center. Media wishing to attend will be notified by the sports information office. All requests for player interviews must be coordinated through the sports information office by calling 308-432-6212 or by e-mailing ahelmbrecht@csc.edu. Chadron State coaches can be reached in their offices Monday through Thursday mornings.


We are Chadron State ...

Location: Chadron, a city of about 6,000 residents, is located in northwest Nebraska. Chadron was named by Forbes.com as one of the top 10 American towns to visit in 2009. School Type: State, public, four-year college granting baccalaureate and graduate degrees Total enrollment: About 2,800 students Calendar: Academic year of two semesters; summer sessions Degrees granted: Bachelor of Applied Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Education, Master of Arts in Education, Master of Business Administration, Master of Education and Specialist in Education, as well as pre-professional education. Career services: A wide range of resources are available to assist students in career planning and job attainment. Accreditation: All programs at CSC are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. In addition the programs in Business Administration, Social Work, and Teacher Education are also accredited by their professional councils. Financial assistance: Available to admitted, degree-seeking students based upon financial need Housing: College-owned and operated residence halls Average ACT Score: 21 Male/female percentage: 43 percent males, 57 percent females Average class size: 18 Student to faculty ratio: 17-1 Faculty: About 58% of our faculty has doctoral degrees

Majors offered at CSC Art Biological Sciences Business Communication Arts Design and Technology Construction Management Elementary Education Family & Consumer Sciences Health Sciences History Interdisciplinary Studies Justice Studies Library Information Management Literature Mathematics Music Physical Sciences Psychology Rangeland Management Secondary Education Special Education Sports and Recreation Management Social Work Theatre

For more information, visit www.csc.edu

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Jay Long Head Coach / Offensive Line Second Year at Chadron State

No doubt about it, Jay Long had the most successful first season a football coach at CSC has ever had.

Under Long’s guidance, the Eagles went 9-3 overall, 8-1 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and hosted West Texas A&M in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs. The Eagles ended the season as the 18th ranked team in the nation by both the American Football Coaches Association and D2Football.com.

Long, who also serves as the offensive line coach, guided three all-conference performers and mentored All-American and NFL prospect, Garrett Gilkey.

In addition to Gilkey, four other Eagles earned All-American honors and the Eagles once again led RMAC selections as all-academic student-athletes.

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Long is the 25th head football coach at CSC and the third who also played for the Eagles. Orin Weymouth and Ruffus Trapp also played and coached for Chadron State but a former football player hasn’t coached for the school since 1937.

Prior to being hired at Chadron State in February 2012, Long spent three seasons as the head coach at Black Hills State in Spearfish, S.D., where he has guided the Yellowjackets to a 15-15 record.

Prior to being the head coach, he was an assistant coach at the school from 2003-09. During that time he served as the offensive coordinator, offensive line coach, recruiting coordinator and the strength and conditioning coach. The Yellowjackets won two conference titles and appeared in the NAIA playoffs two times while Long coached the offensive line.


Long, who graduated from Chadron State College in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in science, was a two-time Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference selection at center and also earned Farm Team All-American honors. He also wrestled at heavyweight and qualified for the national tournament for the Eagles. For Long, a native of Sturgis, S.D., returning to his alma mater was an easy choice. “I’m really excited about the opportunity to coach where I played,” he said. “When I was in the interview I sat down in front of my old locker and it just felt right. When I had questions asked of me in regards to the program, it just felt right. The tradition at Chadron State speaks for itself. I’ve been part of three RMAC championships as a player and now I’m excited for the opportunity to coach and try to win them.” Long said he intends to maintain Chadron State’s strong football tradition. The Eagles have won eight conference titles and have been one of the most consistent Division II programs in the country, having at least six wins in 20 of the last 21 seasons.

“I am a Chadron guy who can’t wait to build onto the traditions that were built by the previous coaches before me,” Long said. “Chadron is a great place and after talking to the team in my interview they are excited to have a coach and moving toward being the top team in the RMAC. “I loved my experience at Chadron. It’s been such a successful program and I am very proud to be part of that

as a player and now as a head coach. I’m going to bring effort with intensity and we’re going to play a Chadron State brand of football. It’s a hard thing to explain, but we’re going to outhit, outwork and outplay our opponents.” Long and his wife, Kresi, have three children, Carson, Kaelee and Alivia.

Jay Long and his wife, Kresi, and their three children, Kaelee, Carson and Alivia.

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Jeff Larson Defensive Coordinator Second Year Cheyenne East High School in Wyoming for four years and spent one year at Layton High School in Utah. Larson played linebacker and graduated from Northern State University with a bachelor’s of science in health and physical education in 2000. Larson and his wife, Staci, have a daughter, Amalia.

By all accounts, Jeff Larson’s first season as the defensive coordinator at Chadron State College was a success. The Eagles went 9-3, finished second in the conference and qualified for the NCAA Division II playoffs. Larson’s defense ranked near the top in nearly every category in the RMAC and they had the top-ranked pass defense in the league. CSC also finished with 21 interceptions to lead the RMAC and ranked fifth in NCAA Division II in turnover margin. Larson, a native of Aberdeen, S.D., was named defensive coordinator at Chadron State College in March 2012 by head coach Jay Long. The two had worked together previously at Black Hills State. Larson, who worked as a graduate assistant at Chadron State in 2006 and 2007, was an assistant coach at Black Hills State for four seasons and served as the defensive coordinator in three of them. Prior to coaching at Black Hills State and Chadron State, Larson spent five seasons coaching high school football. He was at

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Jeff Larson and his wife, Staci, along with their daughter, Amalia.


Chris Stein Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks 13th Year

Chris Stein’s first season as the offensive coordinator was certainly a good one. In 2012, the Eagles ranked in the top 50 nationally in total offense (411.5 yards) and scoring offense (33.8 points). In addition, Stein’s expansive playbook produced several achievements throughout the 2012 season and seven allconference performers. Most notably, the Eagles’ offense had the most passing touchdowns (32), third-most completions (254) and passing yards (2,828), and compiled the third highest total offense (4,938 yards) in school history. Stein was also a proponent of the Eagles using a no-huddle system, which allowed the CSC offense to average nearly six yards each play. This is the 13th season Chris Stein has been on the Chadron State coaching staff. He also works with the quarterbacks. During his time as an assistant coach, the Eagles have tallied a record of 69-25 and won three RMAC championships. In 2008, the CSC offense had one of its best seasons through the air under Stein. Eight passing records were set and CSC quarterbacks threw for 3,023 yards in 2008, the best total in CSC history. Since Stein took reins of the passing game, the Eagles have been a consistent, not to mention, accurate, threat through the air. The top five completion percentage seasons in school history have all occurred in the past six seasons. In addition, the Eagles’ quarterbacks have completed at least 200 passes six straight years as a team. That had only occurred four times in the history of the program prior to 2007.

Stein is a former CSC tight end who caught 107 passes for 1,281 yards and 14 touchdowns during his career that ended in 1989. He was selected the team’s outstanding offensive player, earned honorable mention All-American and was the first recipient of the Don Beebe Most Inspirational Player Award that season. He had the honor of being inducted into the CSC Athletic Hall of Fame in the fall of 2006. As a player, Stein may be best remembered for catching the touchdown pass that allowed the Eagles to defeat Dakota Wesleyan 38-34 in the final game of the 1989 season. The victory allowed the Eagles to advance to the NAIA playoffs for the first time. After graduating, Stein coached high school football two years at Julesburg, Colo., four years at Gordon and one year at Gering. Led by teams that were 10-1 and 8-2 at Gordon, his career record is 35-29. He then returned to CSC to work on his master’s degree and help coach the Eagles for three years. After living in Rockford, Ill., Stein and his family returned to Chadron in 2003, when he became head coach of the Wyoming Cavalry of the National Indoor Football League. Stein’s father, Dick Stein, had a 144-71 record while coaching the Chadron High football team for 22 years before retiring in 2000. Chris and his wife Nancy, a registered nurse, have five children. Their oldest, Kassi, and her husband, Trent, have two children, Isaac and Jax. The Stein’s other children are Karyssa and Kendra, both college students, and T.D. and Madison. Chris Stein and his wife Nancy with their children, from left, Kendra, Karyssa, Madison, front, and T.D.

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Craig Jersild Defensive Backs / Special Teams 9th Year

Craig Jersild is entering his fourth season as a full-time assistant coach at Chadron State, but it’s actually his ninth year at the school. He coached the Eagles’ secondary from 1992 to 1995 as a graduate assistant and he was a volunteer assistant coach during the 2007 season. Jersild works with the defensive backs and is the special teams coordinator, while also coordinating the Eagles’ recruiting efforts and handling equipment duties. His coaching resume is impressive. He was an assistant coach at South Dakota Tech in Rapid City for a year, the defensive coordinator at Butler County Community College for two years, the defensive coordinator at Northwest Mississippi College for three years, and then he was at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas for four years, serving as the head coach for three of those seasons. While he was the head coach at Hutchinson Community College from 2003-06, he tallied a record of 18-22. Perhaps his biggest achievement came in 1998 when Butler County won the National Junior College championship. Northwest Mississippi had a 33-3 record during Jersild’s tenure, and Hutchinson advanced to the playoffs the first two years he was head coach. Jersild’s upbeat personality and football knowledge has followed him wherever he’s coached. That was certainly the case last in 2010 when the Eagles’ secondary was solid, especially

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in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. For the year, CSC’s defensive backfield posted the best passing defense in the conference, allowing just 117.3 yards a game. That mark ranked them sixth in the NCAA. The Eagles also ranked in the top 10 nationally in pass efficiency defense and total defense. Jersild, better known as ‘Coach Jersey,’ enjoyed coaching a talented defensive backfield in 2012. The Eagles’ DBs accumulated 19 of the team’s 21 interceptions and they broke up another 29 more. The 21 interceptions is the most by a CSC football team since the 1995 season. He guided All-RMAC performer Trelan Taylor to several All-American teams and two other of his defenders earned accolades from the RMAC. Jersild was also responsible for much of the Eagles’ success in special teams and both Taylor and Nathan Ross earned all-conferene honors as returners. Jersild also guided both Jed Herblan and Kevin Berg to all-conference honors in 2010. Berg, who was also the Eagles’ punter, was an American Football Coaches Association All-American. Jersild was born in Texas, but graduated from Monte Vista High School in Alamo, Calif., where he was an all-conference player.

Craig Jersild and his wife Sandy with their children, Drew, Jessica, Beau and Lane.


Joe McLain

Richard Fairhead

Volunteer Assistant / Wide Receivers 2nd Year Alma Mater: Chadron State College (2009)

Graduate Assistant / Linebackers 2nd Year Alma Mater: Black Hills State (2011)

Joe McLain, a Chadron native and arguably one of the best quarterbacks Chadron State has ever produced, is entering his second season as a volunteer assistant coach at the school. He’ll coach the wide receivers, while also handling much of the Eagles’ film duties. McLain, the older brother of graduate assistant, Jacob, and current Eagles’ quarterback, Jonn, had a fantastic career for the Eagles. He went 38-4 during four years as the starting quarterback and helped lead CSC to the national playoffs three straight seasons. Three of his four losses occurred in the playoffs. As a senior in 2008, he was named the team’s MVP, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Player of the Year and the RMAC All-Academic Player of the Year. McLain was also a regional finalist for the Harlon Hill and he was became the sixth athlete in school history to be named the Omaha World Herald’s Male College Athlete of the Year. McLain finished his career with 8,011 passing yards and 70 touchdowns. He added 707 more yards and 17 touchdowns on the ground. He was a student assistant coach at Douglas High in 2009 and has coached the Chadron American Legion team since 2007. He graduated from Chadron State with a degree in math education in 2009 and also earned a graduate degree.

Josh Breske Graduate Assistant / Offensive Line 2nd Year Alma Mater: Black Hills State (2010) Josh Breske, a native of Pierre, S.D., is in his second season as a graduate assistant coach at Chadron State College. He’ll assist head coach Jay Long with the offensive linemen and also work with inside receivers. Breske, who graduated from T.F. Riggs High School in 2005, was a standout offensive lineman at Black Hills State. He was a three-time all-conference selection and a two-time All-American. He was also a member of back-to-back Dakota Athletic Conference championship teams and a two-time team captain. He graduated from Black Hills State in 2010 with a degree in business administration. His prior coaching experience includes a two year stint as a student assistant at Black Hills State and a graduate assistant position at Robert Morris University in 2011. He and his wife, Alana, the kindergarten teacher at GordonRushville were married in the summer of 2013.

Richard Fairhead, a native of Merriman, Neb., will be a second-year graduate assistant coach for the CSC football team this fall. He’ll be coaching linebackers. Fairhead, like other second-year CSC graduate assistant coaches Josh Redden, Kyle King and Josh Breske, played and coached at Black Hills State. Fairhead, who graduated from Gordon-Rushville High in 2007 and was the Western Trails Conference Defensive Player of the Year, was a four-year starter for the Yellow Jackets. He was a three-time All-Dakota Athletic Conference selection and a two-time team captain before working as a student assistant coach in 2011. He graduated from Black Hills State in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He’s pursuing an MBA while at Chadron State.

Jacob Iodence Graduate Assistant / Tailbacks 2nd Year Alma Mater: Chadron State College (2012) Chadron State College graduate Jacob Iodence is a secondyear graduate assistant with the football team. He’ll coach the wide receivers. Iodence, a Hemingford native who graduated high school from Omaha Skutt, has been involved with the Eagles’ football program since 2008. He was a reserve quarterback during his playing career but provided great leadership and offered insights into play calls. Prior to CSC, Iodence played two years at Iowa Central Community College. He graduated from Chadron State in May 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in education, focusing on social and political sciences. During the spring semester when he was student teaching, he helped coach the running backs at Wayne State.

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Kyle King

Josh Redden

Graduate Assistant / Defensive Line 2nd Year Alma Mater: Black Hills State (2010)

Graduate Assistant / Defensive Backs 2nd Year Alma Mater: Black Hills State (2011)

Kyle King, a native of Chico, Calif., is a second-year graduate assistant for the Chadron State football team. He’ll coach the defensive line. King, like other second-year CSC graduate assistant coaches Josh Redden, Richard Fairhead and Josh Breske, played and coached at Black Hills State. King, who played in the defensive line at both Modesto Junior College and Black Hills State, spent the previous two seasons as a student coach at Black Hills State.

Jacob McLain Graduate Assistant / Inside Receivers 2nd Year Alma Mater: Mayville State (2012)

Jacob McLain, a Chadron native, is a second-year graduate assistant at Chadron State. He will coach the tailbacks. McLain is no stranger to the Chadron State football program. His older brother, Joe, was a four-year starter at quarterback from 2005-08, and his youngest brother, Jonn, is also a signal caller for the Eagles. His younger sister, Jamie, is also a freshman on the CSC women’s basketball team. Like his brothers, McLain was a quarterback but he played at Mayville State. While at Mayville, McLain was named the football team’s most valuable player and he was named an Academic All-American. He also starred in baseball, a sport he has coached in Chadron for three years. On the diamond, McLain, a three-time all-conference choice and the 2011 Dakota Athletic Conference Senior Player of the Year, helped lead the Comets to three conference championships and he was twice named an Academic All-American. McLain graduated from Mayville in May 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in math and physical education.

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Josh Redden, a native of Hot Springs, S.D., is entering his second season as a graduate assistant coach at Chadron State College. He’ll assist in coaching the defensive backs. Redden was a standout wide receiver at Black Hills State for current CSC head coach Jay Long. Following an all-state senior season at Hot Springs High in 2005, he helped lead the Yellow Jackets to two-straight conference titles in 2006 and 2007. After his playing career was over he was a student assistant at Black Hills for three years. He graduated in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.

Brandon Gunter Graduate Assistant / Wide Receivers 1st Year

Randy Doran Graduate Assistant / Defensive Line 1st Year


Don Watt

John Axtell

Head Athletic Trainer 26th Year Alma Mater: Chadron State (1980)

KQSK / The Voice of the Eagles 26th Year

Don Watt, who officially has been the college’s athletic trainer since the summer of 1994, has actually been involved with the Eagles much longer than that. This is his 25th year of helping the Eagles stay healthy and ready to play. Watt was Chadron State’s primary athletic trainer for five years while working on his bachelor’s degree, which he received in 1980. The final game of the 1979 football season was declared Don Watt Day and the team presented him with a plaque, which read, “For service above and beyond the call of duty. With heartfelt thanks.” Don left CSC for one year to earn his master’s degree from Central Missouri State University in 1981, then returned to CSC for one year for an internship so he could be certified as a trainer. Watt began working as a full-fledged athletic trainer at Jenks, Okla., High School, which had 21 varsity sports and won 28 state championships during a seven-year span that he was there. In 1993-94, he was the trainer at the University of Arkansas-Monticello. He liked it there, but when he was offered the opportunity to “come home” he quickly accepted it. Chadron State coaches and athletes are glad he did. He is strict, but gives them excellent care, puts in many hours and manages a staff of up to a dozen student trainers who cover all the CSC sports. He also teaches safety and first aid and care and prevention of injuries courses. In the spring of 2008, he was promoted to full professor Don is a native of Upton, Wyo. His wife, the former Jana Epp, is a native of Hastings and also is a CSC graduate. The Watts have two grown children, Danielle and Jeff. The Watts have two grown children, Danielle and Jeff. Danielle and her husband, Nate Dorshorst, have three daughters, Maci, Kyli and Halli.

John Axtell’s voice has become most familiar to Eagles’ fans. He has enthusiastically broadcast CSC football and basketball since 1988. That means he’s been the man behind the mike in 271 football games and over 650 men’s and women’s basketball games. He also provides the play-by-play for all the men’s basketball games and a majority of the women’s basketball games. Axtell and Double Q Country also broadcasted CSC softball from 2009-10. Aside from being an accomplished sportscaster, Axtell is a highly-respected newsman who has his thumb on the pulse of the tri-state area. A native of Grants Pass, Ore., Axtell got his start in radio at Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore., about 50 miles east of Portland. Axtell’s broadcasts can be heard on 97.5 KQSK-FM Radio or 105.9 KAAQ-FM in Alliance, or via the Internet at www. doubleqcountry.com. Axtell was presented with the Chadron State College Distinguished Service Award in 1998 for publicizing the college. Axtell is also highly involved in the local arts. He has acted in numerous plays, including at the Fort Robinson Playhouse, and plays the baritone in the community band. Axtell also sings in the community chorus.

Media that Regularly Covers Chadron State Football

Newspaper: Chadron Record Address: PO Box 1141 Chadron, NE 69337 Contact: George Ledbetter, Editor Telephone: 308-432-5511 Web site: thechadronnews.com

Newspaper: Rapid City Journal Address: 507 Main Street Rapid City, SD 57701 Contact: Jim Holland Telephone: 605-394-8430 Web site: rapidcityjournal.com

Radio: KNEB Address: P.O. Box 239 Scottsbluff, NE 69363 Contact: Rob Barney Telephone: 308-632-7121 Web site: kneb.com

Newspaper: Scottsbluff Star-Herald Address: 1406 Broadway Scottsbluff, NE 69361 Contact: Jeff Fielder, Sports Editor Telephone: 308-632-9050 Web site: starherald.com

Radio: KQSK Address: PO Box 1117 Chadron, NE 69337 Contact: John Axtell Telephone: 308-432-2060 Web site: doubleqcountry.com

Television: KDUH Address: 1523 1st Ave. Scottsbluff, NE 69361 Contact: John Clanton Telephone: 308-632-3071 Web site: kduhtv.com

Radio: KCSR Address: 226 Bordeaux St. Chadron, NE 69337 Contact: Dennis Brown Telephone: 308-432-5545 Web site: chadrad.com

Conference: RMAC Address: 1867 Austin Bluffs Parkway Colorado Springs, CO 80918 Contact: Kaleb Center Telephone: 719-471-4936 Web site: rmacsports.org

Newspaper: Omaha World-Herald Address: 1314 Douglas Omaha, NE 68102 Contact: Marjie Ducey Telephone: 402-444-1201 Web site: omaha.com

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Alphabetical Roster No. 97 94 98 18 87 92 91 85 82 22 17 30 14 50 37 7 95 44 99 25 49 16 88 68 62 53 84 32 78 10 58 33

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Name Pos. Olufemi Aaron DE Sean Acuna DL CJ Allen OG Kyle Bachelor DL Matt Barden OL Zac Bargen IR Ethan Bauer IR Chance Baumann LB Russell Beard LB Brandon Blinn DE Truett Box LB Dillon Breinig DE Marcus Brown WR Carl Buckner WR Donnie Butler S Andrew Campbell WR Conor Casey CB Matthew Chitwood DB Kyle Chrastek OG Glen Clinton TB Nick Colgate DB Mitch Collicott C Connor Conilogue OT Chris Conroy QB Clay Cundall LB Justyn Curtis QB Dain Dastrup LB Cody Davis CB Treston Decoud CB Colin Deines DE Jack Dobyns IR Roy Duenas-Sanchez DL Ty Dunkel DL Collin Eisenman LB Pierre Etchemendy S Kyle Fatturi S Aaron Fenner LB Alex Ferdinand K Matt Fujan IR Dylan Furrier LB Isaiah Galvan DT Joshua Gerstenberg P Chek Giannonatti LB Cameron Glon IR Kyle Gordon CB Issac Griffin LB Tavis Guerra P/K Lane Haller CB Chapman Ham IR Herman Harris S Tony Hartman OG Muleck Henderson CB Devin Hernandez-Cronk DE Ricky Hodges S Nathan Hoffman OL Isaac Holscher IR Kyle Hooper WR Derek Jackson TB Robert Jackson III FB Jordan Jones CB Colin Jorgensen OL Courtland Joshua LB Andrew Kaluza QB Taquan Kelly TB Tyler Kiess DE Jordan King LB Shea Koch LB Josh L. Johnson DT

No. 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 32 33 37 38 44 46 47 48 49 50 52 53 57 58 59 62 63 68 69 71 72 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

2013 Roster

Name Michael Madkins Nathan Ross Ryan Wood Clint Sasse Travis Reeves Treston Decoud Trelan Taylor Brian Wood Courtland Joshua Patrick O’Boyle Jonn McLain Chris Conroy Danny O’Boyle Lane Haller Conor Casey Zac Bargen Antonio Thompson Cody Paul Donnie Butler Tyler McFarland Cole Montgomery Dylan Furrier Jojo Phillips Tyler Wright KamRon Tomlinson Glen Clinton Robert Jackson III Shea Koch Dain Dastrup Zach Smith Pierre Etchemendy Kyle McCarthy David McCulley Hank Strauss Chek Giannonatti Clay Cundall Alex Sleep Isaac Holscher Taz Olson Jordan King Bryant Miller Nathan Hoffman Frantzlee LaCrete Tony Hartman Mike Lorenzo Palmer White Lance Pickett Anthony Valdez Jake McCrary Daniel Sotelo Sam Parker Colin Jorgensen Timmy Ornelas Kyle Vinich Carl Buckner Cody Roes Kyle Hooper Marcus Brown Andrew Rios Ethan Bauer Chapman Ham Austen Stephens Jake Weber Dillon Breinig Brandon Blinn D’Vonnte Matthews Sean Acuna Roy Duenas-Sanchez Zach Sandstrom Olufemi Aaron Kyle Bachelor Alex Ferdinand

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

Pos. TB WR S S WR DB S DB LB QB QB QB WR CB CB IR WR TB DB S TB LB S DB CB TB FB LB LB DB/P S LB DE LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB OL OL RG OL OL OL OL RT OG C OL OL WR WR IR WR WR WR IR IR IR DL DE DE DL DL DL DE DE DL K

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

Wt. 165 185 180 210 200 205 203 170 218 205 190 200 190 210 205 212 185 160 165 200 200 227 6-0 195 150 200 225 220 220 192 210 240 235 220 215 220 205 205 210 220 210 270 270 300 280 265 295 280 270 308 280 270 270 212 170 220 195 200 171 240 235 240 265 255 260 319 287 288 265 235 280 185

Hometown (Previous School/High School) Sacramento, Calif. (Pleasant Grove) San Diego, Calif. (Mount Carmel) Stockton, Calif. (A.A. Stagg) Martin, S.D. (Bennett) Chadron, Neb. (Chadron) Slidell, La. (Lakeshore) Spring Valley, Calif. (Helix Charter) Stockton, Calif. (A.A. Stagg) Donaldsonville, La. (Donaldsonville) Gering, Neb. (Gering) Chadron, Neb. (Chadron) Gordon, Neb. (Gordon-Rushville) Gering, Neb. (Gering) Gordon, Neb. (Gordon-Rushville) Rapid City, S.D. (St. Thomas More) Chadron, Neb. (Butler CC/Chadron) Savannah, Ga. (Jenkins) Seal Beach, Calif. (Los Alamitos) Mathis, Texas (Mathis) Boise, Idaho (Boise) Casper, Wyo. (Casper Natrona) Tucson, Ariz. (Salpointe Catholic) San Diego, Calif. (Helix Charter) Arvada, Colo. (Arvada) Grandview, Mo. (Grandview) Cody, Wyo. (Cody) Savannah, Ga. (Jenkins) Custer, S.D. (Custer) Benson, Ariz. (Benson High) Gering, Neb. (Gering/WNCC) Douglas, Wyo. (Douglas) Aurora, Neb. (Aurora) Littleton, Colo. (Dakota Ridge) Aztec, N.M. (Aztec/Cabrillo College) Buffalo, S.D. (Harding County) Greybull, Wyo. (Greybull) Breckenridge, Colo. (Summit) Scottsbluff, Neb. (Scottsbluff) Prairie City, S.D. (Harding County) Frederick, Colo. (Frederick) Bayard, Neb. (Bayard) Crofton, Neb. (Crofton) Lewellen, Neb. (Garden County) North Bend, Neb. (North Bend Central) Oak Park, Calif. (Westlake) Denver, Colo. (Horizon) Otis, Colo. (Otis) Cheyenne, Wyo. (Cheyenne East) Valentine, Neb. (Valentine) Grand Island, Neb. (Grand Island Senior High) Harrison, Neb. (Sioux County) St. Paul, Neb. (St. Paul) Fort Lupton, Colo. (Fort Lupton) Casper, Wyo. (Casper Natrona) Eatonton, Ga. (Putnam County) Chadron, Neb. (Chadron) Alliance, Neb. (Alliance) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Mesa Ridge) Lexington, Neb. (Lexington) Morse Bluff, Neb. (North Bend Central) Rapid City, S.D. (Rapid City Central) Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln North Star) Rapid City, S.D. (RC Central/Augustana) Arapahoe, Neb. (Arapahoe) Everett, Wash. (Cascade/Palomar CC) Jeanerette, La. (Jeanerette) Los Angeles, Calif. (El Rancho/East LA College) Los Angeles, Calif. (Roosevelt/East LA College) Chadron, Neb. (Chadron) Pasadena, Calif. (Blair) Valentine, Neb. (Valentine) Rapid City, S.D. (RC Stevens)


Name Charles (CJ) Allen Matt Barden Chance Baumann Russell Beard Truett Box Andrew Campbell Matthew Chitwood Kyle Chrastek Nick Colgate Mitch Collicott Connor Conilogue Justyn Curtis Cody Davis Colin Deines Jack Dobyns Ty Dunkel Collin Eisenman Kyle Fatturi Aaron Fenner Matt Fujan Isaiah Galvan Joshua Gerstenberg Cameron Glon Kyle Gordon Issac Griffin Tavis Guerra Herman Harris Muleck Henderson Devin Hernandez-Cronk Ricky Hodges Derek Jackson Josh L. Johnson Jordan Jones Andrew Kaluza Taquan Kelly Tyler Kiess Lucas Ley Alex Litzen Matt Lordino Tevin Malone James Martens Tanner Martin Christopher Mayes Michael McGrath Trevon Mosley Kyle Mudick Brewer Newton Trace Oswald Garrett Patterson Tyler Pittman Austin Powell Dan Probst Creighton Reed Edwin Ridder Brayden Stewart Draper Sullivan Chris Sweeney Ed Thomas Matt Vinson Garret Walker Sean Watkins Tod Wenger Randy Wentz Tanner Wintholz Colton Wright

2013 Incoming Players

Pos. OG OL LB LB LB CB DB OG DB/LS C OT QB CB DE IR DL LB S LB IR DT P IR CB LB P/K S CB DE S TB DT CB WR TB DE DL IR K WR S DE QB/WR K CB IR S DE IR TB DL LB QB DE QB OT OT LB QB LB DB OT K DE WR

Nebraska.............................................................. 41 Colorado............................................................... 26 California............................................................. 20 Wyoming.............................................................. 12 South Dakota...................................................... 11 Texas.........................................................................7

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

Wgt. 290 270 210 210 230 185 190 280 160 260 275 198 160 230 230 250 215 185 220 215 275 165 203 180 223 200 185 175 250 175 185 260 180 180 195 225 260 227 185 165 185 217 220 178 165 220 180 235 208 215 235 205 190 230 210 260 260 210 190 205 190 263 155 235 190

Players by State Arizona....................................................................4 Georgia....................................................................3 Louisiana................................................................3 Minnesota...............................................................2 Missouri..................................................................2 Florida......................................................................1

By the Numbers

Seniors...................................................................15 Juniors....................................................................23 Sophomores........................................................14

Hometown/High School Douglas, Wyo./Douglas Aurora, Colo./Cherokee Trail Beatrice, Neb./Beatrice Ashland, Neb./Ashland-Greenwood Cheyenne Wells, Colo./Cheyenne Wells Blue Springs, Mo./Mill Valley McCook, Neb./McCook Blaine, Minn./Totino-Grace Nogales, Ariz./Nogales McCook, Neb./McCook Erie, Colo./Erie Richmond, Ind./Richmond Fort Morgan, Colo./Fort Morgan Chadron, Neb./Chadron Tucson, Ariz./Salpointe Catholic Scottsbluff, Neb./Scottsbluff Sheridan Wyo./Sheridan Elko, Minn./Lakeville South Buffalo, Wyo./Buffalo Beatrice, Neb./Beatrice Edinburg, Texas/Edinburg Colorado Springs, Colo./Classical Academy Littleton, Colo./Heritage Orange, Calif./Villa Park San Diego, Calif./Mission Bay Whittier, Calif./La Serna Modesto, Calif./Thomas Downey Los Angeles, Calif./West Covina Ord, Neb./Ord Stockton, Calif./A.A. Stagg Pueblo West, Colo./Pueblo West Centennial, Colo./Eaglecrest Colleyville, Texas/Heritage Aquilla, Texas/Reicher Catholic Merritt, Fla./Merritt Island Loveland, Colo./Thompson Valley Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood Rapid City, S.D./South Dakota/RC Stevens Chadron, Neb./Chadron San Diego, Calif.,/Mt. Carmel Fort Morgan, Colo./Fort Morgan Grand Island, Neb./Grand Island NW Winters, Calif./Winters Parker, Colo./Legend Fontana, Calif./Etiwanda Aurora, Colo./Rangeview Spring, Texas/Klein Collins Houston, Texas/Clear Lake Jenks, Okla./Jenks Box Elder, S.D./Douglas Lincoln, Neb./Lincoln Christian Green River, Wyo./Green River Juniata, Neb./Adams Central Elkhorn, Neb./UNL/Mount Michael Ben. Colorado Springs, Colo./Vista Ridge Colorado Springs, Colo./Palmer Loveland, Colo./Thompson Valley Colorado Springs, Colo./Cheyenne Mountain Box Elder, S.D./Douglas Wiggins, Colo./Wiggins Aurora, Colo./Eaglecrest Cheyenne, Wyo./Cheyenne East Scottsbluff, Neb./Scottsbluff Sidney, Neb./Sidney Albin, Wyo./Burns

Idaho.........................................................................1 Indiana.....................................................................1 New Mexico...........................................................1 Oklahoma...............................................................1 Washington............................................................1

Redshirt Freshman...........................................20 Freshman..............................................................65

Alphabetical Roster No. 63 69 1 93 46 75 47 23 13 59 24 15 11 57 79 77 20 27 72 6 86 83 2 96 5 52 38 76 89 48 8 19 74 80 90 71 4 28

Name Pos. Frantzlee LaCrete OL Lucas Ley DL Alex Litzen IR Matt Lordino K Mike Lorenzo OG Michael Madkins TB Tevin Malone WR James Martens S Tanner Martin DE D’Vonnte Matthews DT Christopher Mayes QB Kyle McCarthy DE Jake McCrary OT David McCulley DE Tyler McFarland S Michael McGrath K Jonn McLain QB Bryant Miller LB Cole Montgomery S Trevon Mosley CB Kyle Mudick IR Brewer Newton S Danny O’Boyle WR Patrick O’Boyle QB Taz Olson LB Timmy Ornelas OL Trace Oswald DE Sam Parker C Garrett Patterson IR Cody Paul TB Jojo Phillips S Lance Pickett OL Tyler Pittman TB Austin Powell DL Dan Probst LB Creighton Reed QB Travis Reeves WR Edwin Ridder DE Andrew Rios WR Cody Roes IR Nathan Ross WR Zach Sandstrom DE Clint Sasse S Alex Sleep LB Zach Smith P Daniel Sotelo OT Austen Stephens IR Brayden Stewart QB Hank Strauss LB Draper Sullivan OT Chris Sweeney OT Trelan Taylor S Ed Thomas LB Antonio Thompson WR Anthony Valdez OL Kyle Vinich WR Matt Vinson QB Garret Walker LB Sean Watkins DB Jake Weber DL Tod Wenger OT Randy Wentz K Palmer White OL Tanner Wintholz DE Ryan Wood S Colton Wright WR Tyler Wright S

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ODefensive lufemi Aaron End | So. | 6-3 | 235

97

Pasadena, Calif./Blair High

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Los Angeles, Calif./El Rancho/East LA

2013: Came to CSC in January and went through spring ball practices with the team ... Will play in the defensive line … “He has good leadership skills and he should be a contributor for us,” Larson said. Before CSC: Acuna and another defensive tackle from East Los Angeles College, Roy Duenas-Sanchez, helped the Huskies have backto-back winning seasons, going 7-3 in 2011 and 6-4 in 2012 … Acuna started every game during his career at ELAC. High School: He played high school football at El Rancho High, where he was the team’s defensive lineman of the year and made firstteam all-conference. Personal: He’s the son of Michael Acena and Elisa Candena … Wants to be an RN.

KDefensive yle Bachelor 98 Line | R-Fr. | 5-11 | 280 Valentine, Neb./Valentine High

2012: Redshirted during his first season at CSC … Could see some playing time in 2013 … “He’s a potential big body in the middle,” Larson said. High School: He was an all-conference offensive and defensive linemen for the Badgers following his senior season in 2011 … Also participated in wrestling at Valentine High and finished fourth as a senior. Personal: Son of Cindy and David … Has three brothers: James, Josh and Matthew … Born July 29.

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Chadron, Neb./Chadron High/Butler County

2012: Made two tackles in two games as a reserve defensive end … Will play a bigger role in the defensive line in 2013 … “He showed good growth during the spring,” Larson said. “He’ll find a way into the rotation.” 2011: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Had 47 total tackles, four sacks and five fumble recoveries for Blair High in 2010 … Named to the Rio Hondo League Second Team Defensive Team … Also competed in track and field. Personal: Son of Flavion Joseph and Philbert Aaron … Has two siblings: Ajani and Joseph … A physical education major … Born Sept. 21.

SDefensive ean Acuna Line | Jr. | 6-0 | 287

ZReceiver ac Bargen | Jr. | 6-5 | 205

2012: Went through spring ball as an inside receiver with the Eagles after having an outstanding season for the men’s basketball team … He was the leading scorer in the RMAC, averaging 18.2 points per game … He also averaged a team-high 5.8 rebounds … Following the season he was named to the All-RMAC Second Team … Although he hasn’t played football since high school, the coaches are excited about him joining the team … “He is very competitive and he’s a winner,” Long said. Before CSC: Played two seasons of basketball at Butler County Community College in Kansas … As a sophomore he averaged nine points and five rebounds. High School: He was a tremendous athlete at Chadron High, helping lead the basketball team to two Class C-1 title games and a fourth place finish and two top 10 football seasons … The Cards’ basketball team won 72 of 80 games his final three seasons … He averaged 15 points and 6.6 rebounds while earning all-state honors his senior season and he scored 1,090 points during his prep career … On the gridiron, he finished his career with 53 receptions for 731 yards (13.7 ypc) and scored nine TDs … He was a two-time all-district choice and an all-conference selection as a junior … He also had 81 tackles and four interceptions in high school. Personal: He’s the oldest son of head men’s basketball coach Brent Bargen … His mother, Leslie, also works at Chadron State in the alumni and foundation office … His sister, Ashley, played volleyball at Chadron State and his brother Jake attends Chadron High … He’s a business major … Also involved in FCA … Born Dec. 23.

EReceiver than Bauer | Jr. | 6-3 | 230

87

Morse Bluff, Neb./North Bend Central n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2012: Played in two games but didn’t make a catch … He will be the primary backup at the H-back position in 2013 … “He had a good spring and he can build on that,” Long said. “He has a ton of talent.” … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Played in a game against New Mexico Highlands but did not make a catch … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2010: A physically gifted receiver who has been bit by the injury bug the past two years … He claimed a medical redshirt following an injury. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Was second in receiving yards in Class C-1 in Nebraska at North Bend Central … He made 33 receptions for 747 yards and 10 touchdowns … Was coached by CSC graduate, Rick Watson at North Bend … Honorable mention all-state selection by the Lincoln Journal Star and Omaha World-Herald … Also played baseball and basketball, and ran track and field. Personal: He has a 3.82 GPA in criminal justice … Son of Jeff and Louise Bauer and the nephew of CSC Hall of Famer and Booster Club President Randy Bauer … His cousin, Aaron, was a stellar linebacker for the Eagles from 2005-08 … Has three siblings: Jaci, Ana and Paul … Born March 19.


BDefensive randon Blinn End | Jr. | 6-3 | 260

92

Everett, Wash./Cascade High/Palomar CC

2013: Another defensive line prospect who enrolled at Chadron State in January … “He’s tall and athletic and showed good things in the spring,” Larson said. … He clocked in with one of the fastest 40yard times of all the defensive linemen. Before CSC: Played two years at Palomar Community College at San Marcos, Calif … He was credited with 25 tackles, including four for minus yardage and also blocked a kick. High School: At Cascade High School in Everett, he was an allconference outside linebacker and was selected to play in Washington’s East-West All-Star Game in 2011. Personal: He’s the son of Anthony Blinn and Kristen Cummings … His birthday is Oct. 24 ... A sports management major.

DDefensive illon Breinig End | Jr. | 6-2 | 250

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M arcus Brown 85 Wide Receiver | R-Fr. | 6-2 | 193 Colorado Springs, Colo./Mesa Ridge

2012: Redshirted during his first season at CSC … “He’s a young guy with a lot of potential,” Long said. “Once he figures it out, he should be a really good player for us.” High School: Led his team in a number of receiving categories as a senior … He had 20 receptions for 519 yards and scored four TDs … His receiving yards accounted for more than 60 percent of his team’s passing attack … He also had 43 tackles and an interception. Personal: Son of Clayton and Carolyn … A criminal justice major … Has a sister, Kimberly … Born Feb. 24.

CWide arl Buckner 82 Receiver | R-Fr. | 6-0 | 170 Eatonton, Ga./Putnam County High

Arapahoe, Neb./Arapahoe High/UNK

2012: Played in 11 of 12 games as an alternate defensive lineman, finishing the season with 12 tackles … He’s projected to be a starter at defensive end in 2013 … “We expect big things from him and he should be a major contributor for us,” Larson said. 2011: Recorded one tackle in three games. Before CSC: Was on the football team at the University of NebraskaKearney one year before joining CSC at the start of fall camp in 2011 … At Arapahoe High, he was first team all-state in 2009 as a senior and played in four all-star games, including the Nebraska Shrine Bowl, the Kansas-Nebraska All-State Game, The Hastings 8-Man All-Star Game and the Southwest Nebraska All-Star Game … He was also first team all-conference in 2008 and 2009 and twice earned honorable mention all-state … Also competed in basketball and track and field. Personal: His father, Dennis Breinig, was a four-year starter at defensive end for the Eagles in the late 1970s and is in the CSC Athletic Hall of Fame … Dennis made 299 total tackles during his career to rank ninth all-time … His mother’s name is Kelly … He has a 3.1 GPA in rangeland management … Dillon has two siblings: Morgan and Cooper … Born Sept. 25.

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: Earned the Mr. Receiver Award at Putnam County High School in Georgia his senior season when he had 10 receptions for 297 yards … He had nine receptions for 270 yards as a junior … He also competed in track and field, helping his team win a championship, and basketball. Personal: Son of Carl and Deborah Buckner.

DSafety onnie Butler | So. | 5-10 | 161

22

Mathis, Texas/Mathis High

2012: Had nine carries for 39 yards (4.3 avg/c) at tailback … He also had a punt return for 12 yards and two kickoff returns for 43 yards … With the depth in the Eagles’ backfield, he’s moved to the defensive side of the ball in the secondary … “He’s loaded with talent,” Larson said. … Placed sixth in the long jump at the 2012 RMAC Outdoor Championships with a leap of 22-feet, 5-inches. 2011: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: Earned honorable mention all-state honors as a senior when he rushed for 1,344 yards on 141 carries and 14 touchdowns … He was put on the All-South Texas First Team and was a third-team all-state choice … He averaged 9.53 yards a carry and ran for over 100 yards in every game … He also had 10 receptions for 274 yards and a touchdown … On defense, he had 24 tackles and blocked a field goal … As a junior, he rushed for 1,640 yards. Personal: Son of Donnie and Sue … A kinesiology major … Born Nov. 23 … Has two brothers: Christopher and Desmond Saunders.

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CCornerback onor Casey | Jr. | 6-2 | 200

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Rapid City, S.D./St. Thomas More n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Second Team n 2012 All-Nebraska Division II Honorable Mention

2012: Helped solidify the Eagles’ secondary into a formidable unit … He appeared in all 12 games, starting 11 of them … He had four interceptions that he returned for 80 yards and he added 40 total tackles and broke up 10 more passes … “He’s tough to throw on and he’s only going to get Conor Casey’s Career Statistics better,” Larson said. -----Tackles----Year G UA A Total PD Int-Yds … He was named 2011 7 3 1 4 1 0-0 All-Nebraska Division 2012 12 28 8 36 14 4-80 TOTAL 19 31 9 40 15 4-80 II honorable mention following the season … He was also an RMAC All-Academic Second Team choice … Set a team record by recording a 41-inch vertical in the spring … He also lines up at wide receiver in select formations. 2011: Was one of the surprise players because of his seamless switch from wide receiver to cornerback … He played the final seven games of the season at cornerback when the Eagles’ defensive backfield was littered with injuries … He made the most of his opportunity and had four tackles and broke up a pass near the end of CSC’s thrilling overtime victory over Colorado Mesa. 2010: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: Had a great season in 2009, finishing with 38 receptions for 709 yards and 13 touchdowns … He averaged 18.6 yards a reception … Also returned kicks, accumulating over 300 yards … On defense, he made 28 tackles and three interceptions … He was named all-state in 2009 … A two-time all-conference player and earned honorable mention to the Argus Leader Elite 45 and was South Dakota’s nominee for the Jerry Rice award … He also played basketball at St. Thomas More and placed seventh in the Class A 100 meters at the 2010 track meet with a time of 11.48 seconds. Personal: Has a 3.35 GPA while majoring in English … He’ll write a blog about the 2013 football season for the Chadron State College athletic website … Son of Mary and the late Kevin Casey … He has three siblings: Kevin, Bridget and Caitlin … Born Sept. 24.

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GTailback len Clinton | Sr. | 5-10 | 200

30

Cody, Wyo./Cody High

n 2013 RMAC Preseason Player of the Year & Preseason All-American n 2012 CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-American n 2012 Chadron State Team MVP n 2012 All-RMAC First Team and Nebraska D-II First Team n 2011 All-RMAC Third Team and Nebraska D-II Honorable Mention n 2010 All-RMAC Second Team and RMAC Freshman of the Year n 2010 Don Hansen Super Region 3 Third Team

2013: Named the RMAC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year at the conference’s media day in early August … He’s also been tabbed as a preseason All-American by USA College Football … He’s rushed for 3,128 yards in his career, which ranks him fourth all-time at Chadron State and he’s 1,340 yards shy of second place … He’s rushed for over 100 yards 16 times in 31 games. 2012: He continued to etch his name in the Chadron State College history books with a fantastic junior season … He rushed for 1,350 yards on 217 carries (6.7 Glen Clinton’s Career Statistics yards/attempt) and was Year G Att Yds TD Long Avg/C Rec Yds TD named to the All-RMAC 2010 11 198 1020 7 42 5.2 24 179 0 2011 8 172 768 5 26 4.5 19 105 0 and All-Nebraska Division 2012 12 217 1350 7 63 6.2 21 218 1 II First Teams following TOTAL 31 587 3138 19 63 5.3 64 502 1 the season … He averaged 112.5 yards rushing per game and scored seven touchdowns … He also had 21 receptions for 218 yards and a TD … “He’s a ferocious tailback and a great leader,” Long said. “We lean on him a lot.” … He rushed for over 100 yards in six games and he eclipsed the 200-yard barrier twice, including a careerhigh 245 yards against Western New Mexico … He also rushed for 205 yards against No. 2-ranked CSU-Pueblo and 198 against Adams State … Following the season, he was named a CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-American … He has accumulated over 4,000 all-purpose yards in his career. 2011: He missed the first three games of the season after suffering a broken hand during preseason camp but returned with a cast in the fourth game and proceeded to rush for 768 yards on 172 carries and scoring five touchdowns … He averaged 96 yards a game to rank near the top of the RMAC and added 19 receptions for 105 yards … He ran for over 100 yards in four of the eight games he played in, including a season-high 148 yards against Western New Mexico … His career rushing yards per game total is 94.1 yards, which ranks him fourth alltime at Chadron State … Glen’s average of 134 all-purpose yards per game is the fifth-best total in school history … He was an RMAC AllConference Third Team selection and was named All-Nebraska Division II honorable mention … He was also a first team choice to the RMAC’s All-Academic squad … Also participated in track and field, tying for third at the RMAC Indoor Meet after pole vaulting 14-7 ¾. 2010: Had one of the more special seasons a freshman ball carrier has ever had, culminating in being named the RMAC’s Freshman of the Year … He rushed for 1,020 yards and seven touchdowns and caught 24 passes for 179 yards … He is the ninth player to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season at Chadron State and the second freshman to ever


do it … The first was Danny Woodhead … Clinton entered fall camp as a wide receiver but he adjusted to tailback just fine … He had only 23 yards through the first two games but burst out of the gates against Western State in the third game of the season, rushing for 169 yards … He followed that with two more 100-yard efforts and after a tough game against UNK added three more 100-yard games, including his career-high of 182 against Western New Mexico … Clinton’s most memorable moment of 2010 came when he returned a kickoff 88 yards with just over a minute remaining to defeat Colorado School of Mines … He was named the team’s offensive MVP and was also on the RMAC All-Conference Second Team … He was named the Nebraska Division II Player of the Week three times and was also on Don Hansen’s Super Region III Third Team … He had 19 plays over 20 yards and averaged over 150 all-purpose yards a game … He also participated in outdoor track and field, competing in the pole vault and finishing seventh at the conference meet. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC … He was the hero of the spring game when he kicked the game-winning 46-yard field goal … He also caught an 80-yard touchdown … Excelled for the track and field team, finishing second at both the RMAC indoor and outdoor championships in the pole vault … He had never competed in outdoor track and field because he played soccer in high school, but managed to clear 15-4 ¼, which at the time was the second best mark in school history. High School: A versatile athlete who played both offense and defense for Cody High School as a three-year starter ... Only saw action in four games after suffering a knee injury but he rushed for 151 yards and one touchdown and made nine receptions for 68 yards and a TD in 2008 ... Also made 16 tackles, broke up three passes and had two interceptions … He was all-state and all-conference in high school … Was a 4.0 student in high school … Also played soccer and ran indoor track. Personal: A human biology major with a 3.6 GPA … Son of Bill and Kate Clinton … Has an older brother, Mike … Born December 11.

CQuarterback hris Conroy | So. | 6-0 | 205

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CLinebacker lay Cundall | So. | 6-0 | 212

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Greybull, Wyo./Greybull High

2012: Appeared in four games during the fall and made four tackles … He’s expected to have a bigger role in the defense in 2013 as the primary backup to Shea Koch at middle linebacker … “He showed good progress and he continues to get better at the middle linebacker position,” Larson said. 2011: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Made Casper Star-Tribune’s Super 25 as a junior and senior and was selected as the MVP of the 2011 Wyoming Shrine Bowl while playing quarterback and linebacker … At quarterback in 2010, he threw for 355 yards and six touchdowns … He was also the team’s third-leading rusher with 552 yards and scored 10 touchdowns … Made 51 total tackles, nine for a loss, on defense … Both marks led the team. Personal: His parents are CSC grads ... His father, John, was a starting defensive tackle for the Eagles in 1985 and, after leaving school two years, was a starting offensive tackle in 1987 and 1988 … His mother’s name is Kris … He has two sisters, Kyra and Chloe … An English education major with a 3.4 GPA Born July 14.

DLinebacker ain Dastrup | Jr. | 6-2 | 220

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Benson, Ariz./Benson High n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

Gordon, Neb./Gordon-Rushville High n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2012: A valuable backup quarterback who continues to improve … “Chris is a guy who always puts the team before him,” Long said. 2011: Redshirted during his first year at CSC … Had a solid spring for the Eagles, culminated by orchestrating a 17-play touchdown drive to win the annual spring game. High School: A three-year starter at quarterback for the Mustangs ... Threw for 1,192 yards and 10 TDs as a junior ... As a senior, he completed 65 of 130 passes for 804 yards and 11 TDs … He also ran for five TDs and was named All-Western Trails Conference and to the Star-Herald’s Super 15 … Also started for the basketball team and ran the hurdles and on the relays for the track team … An academic all-state selection. Personal: Son of Maynard and Deb … Wants to become a chiropractor and has a 3.2 GPA in health sciences … Worked for A&P Construction on the Armstrong renovation this summer … Has two brothers, Lane and Rhett … Born May 7.

2012: He made three tackles in a game against Western State but unfortunately injured his knee … He’ll miss the entire 2013 season but the coaches are pleased to see him stay close to the team … He was named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Saw time in the Eagles’ win over New Mexico Highlands and recorded two tackles. 2010: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Was a solid player for Benson High, earning All-2A First Team honors following his senior season … He was the 2010 Arizona Interscholastic Association’s Athlete of the Year, beating out nearly 400 applicants from across the state … Also participated in track and field. Personal: Son of Stan Dastrup … Majoring in human biology and has a 3.4 GPA … Has six brothers and sisters: Tiffany, Tabitha, Tamra, Dillon, Dallas and Dirk … Born Aug. 5.

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TCornerback reston Decoud | R-Fr. | 6-2 | 192

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Slidell, La./Lakeshore High

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State … Is expected to bolster the Eagles’ secondary in 2013 … “He gives us another tall, athletic cornerback,” Larson said. “He gives us great depth as our third corner.” High School: An all-district safety with good speed … He’s been timed in the 40-yard dash in 4.56 seconds and the 100 meters in 10.96 … Had 23 receptions for 356 yards and three TDs, in addition to rushing for 178 yards and a touchdown on just 12 attempts … On defense, he recorded 56 total tackles, forced and recovered two fumbles and had three interceptions, two of which he returned for touchdowns … He qualified for the state championship in track and field as a junior and senior and was an all-district football player at four different positions. Personal: Son of Chandrika McCray … Born Aug. 1 … An education major.

RDefensive oy Duenas-Sanchez Line | Jr. | 6-1 | 288

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Los Angeles, Calif./Roosevelt/East LA

2013: The third defensive lineman who enrolled in January … He had a solid spring and will provide depth in the defensive line. Before CSC: Played in the defensive line at East Los Angeles College two seasons … Came with fellow defensive lineman Sean Acuna to Chadron State … He was credited with participating in 33 tackles, including 5.5 behind the line of scrimmage at ELAC his sophomore season. High School: Played at Roosevelt High. Personal: Son of Manuel and Maria … Born March 3 … A sports management major.

PSafety ierre Etchemendy | Sr. | 6-1 | 200

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Douglas, Wyo./Douglas High n 2012 Chadron State Special Teams Player of the Year n 2012 RMAC All-Academic First Team n 2011 RMAC All-Academic First Team

2012: He played in 10 games and started four of them at safety but continued to provide fantastic plays on special teams … He was named the “Hammer” following the season as the team’s top special teams contributor … He had Pierre Etchemendy’s Career Statistics 35 total tackles, one forced ----Tackles---Year G UA A Total TFL-Yds PD FF-FR fumble and one pass broken 2010 11 16 4 20 4.0-17 0 2-0 up … “He’s going to help us 2011 10 27 18 45 0.5-1 5 0-2 2012 10 20 15 35 1.0-3 1 0-1 out a lot,” Larson said. “He’s TOTAL 31 63 37 100 5.5-21 6 2-3 one of our smartest players.”

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… He has exactly 100 tackles for his career … Named to the RMAC AllAcademic First Team. 2011: Followed a stellar freshman season up with an even stronger sophomore campaign … He played in 10 games, starting eight of them, and finished with 45 total tackles … He also broke up five passes and recovered two fumbles … He had a career-high nine tackles against UNK and he also recovered a fumble that led to a CSC score … He’s also a dedicated special teams player and sees time on a majority of the kicking units … Was placed on the RMAC All-Academic First Team. 2010: Became the only true freshman to contribute, breaking in against the University of Mary, recording a tackle … He had his biggest game against UNK, exploding for seven tackles, six of them solo and three for a loss, and forcing a fumble … Made his first career start at safety against New Mexico Highlands. High School: The Casper Star-Tribune’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2009 … He was a stellar player for former CSC standout and hall of famer Jay Rhoades at Douglas High, helping lead the Bearcats to back-to-back state championships in Wyoming’s 3A Class … Pierre was particularly effective as a senior, running for 2,036 yards on 200 carries and scoring 29 times … He averaged over 10 yards a carry and scored a school-record six touchdowns in a game against Rawlins … He also had 11 receptions for 140 yards and three touchdowns … On defense, he made 107 total tackles … For his career, he ran for over 2,500 yards and made 248 tackles. Personal: Has a 3.85 GPA in rangeland management … Son of George and Jean … Has a brother, Ty, and a sister, Elisa … Born Nov. 2.

AKicker lex Ferdinand | Jr. | 5-10 | 185

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Rapid City, S.D./Rapid City Stevens n 2013 RMAC Preseason All-Conference & BSN Preseason All-American n 2012 Beyond Sports Network Second Team All-American n 2012 All-RMAC Second Team & All-Nebraska D-II First Team n 2011 All-RMAC Third Team & All-Nebraska D-II First Team

2013: Placed on the RMAC Preseason All-Conference Team … He was also tabbed as a Beyond Sports Network Preseason All-American … In his career, he’s made nearly 85 percent of his field goals … He was the star of the spring Alex Ferdinand’s Career Statistics game, making all 12 of his Year G FGM-FGA Long PAT Points/G 11 12-14 41 34 6.4 kicks – six field goals and six 2011 2012 12 16-19 47 46 7.8 PATs … One of his successful TOTAL 23 28-33 47 80 7.1 field goals was a 55-yarder. 2012: Had a solid season kicking for the Eagles … He led the team in scoring (94 points) and was placed on the BSN All-America Second Team … He converted 16 of 19 field goal attempts, including a career long of 47 yards … He also made 46 PATs … “He’s a good leader for us,” Long said. “He developed confidence as the season went along and he’s turned himself into a reliable, hard-working kicker.” 2011: Took over the placekicking duties midway through the Eagles’ first game and became a reliable option, connecting on 12 of 14 field goals and 34 of 35 PATs … He hit 85.7 percent of his field goal attempts to set the school record for best field goal percentage during a season, besting Aaron Turner’s and Michael Ziola’s marks of 81.8


percent … He made at least two field goals in four games, including a season-high three against the University of Mary … His longest field goal of the season was a 41-yarder against UNK … He was the kicker for the All-Nebraska Division II First Team and he was a RMAC All-Conference Third Team choice. 2010: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Was named allconference and honorable mention all-state as a kicker and cornerback for Rapid City Stevens … He also played hockey in high school. Personal: A physical education and math major with a 3.18 GPA … Son of Paul, who was his high school coach, and Theresa … Has two brothers, Jake and Luke … Born Sept. 30.

DLinebacker ylan Furrier | So. | 6-0 | 225

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Tucson, Ariz./Salpointe Catholic

2012: Played in 10 Dylan Furrier’s Career Statistics games, starting one at SAM ----Tackles---Year G UA A Total TFL-Yds FF-FR linebacker … He had 29 2012 10 12 17 29 2.0-4 1-0 total tackles, including two TOTAL 10 12 17 29 2.0-4 1-0 for a loss … He also forced a fumble … He’s expected to start at SAM linebacker in 2013 … “He will provide us with solid play on the strong side,” Larson said. 2011: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Named a Southern Arizona All-Star following the 2010 season where he served as the team’s linebacker, fullback and punter … He was an honorable mention all-state player in 2009 … Came to Chadron State after talking with a former high school coach, Ben Smith … Ben Smith is the son of former athletic director Brad Smith. Personal: Son of Jeff and Rhonda … A sports and recreation management major … Has three siblings: Stephanie, Carson and Logan … Born Oct. 21.

CLinebacker hek Giannonatti | R-Fr. | 6-2 | 195

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Buffalo, S.D./Harding County High

2012: Redshirted during his first season at CSC … He joined the Eagles as a safety but has since moved to linebacker … “He has a lot of potential,” Larson said. “The move to linebacker has been a good one for him.” High School: An athlete from Harding County High who was named the state’s South Dakota Special Teams Player of the Year … He was also a Class 9A all-state selection at defensive end as a junior … In 2011, he returned 17 kickoffs for 493 yards and a touchdown … He was all-conference and all-state, as well as an Elite 45 player in the

state of South Dakota … Also participated in track, basketball and rodeo. Personal: Son of Jon and Pam … Has two brothers, Coy and Alex … Born June 25 … His last name is pronounced “Gee-ah-net-ah.”

LCornerback ane Haller | Jr. | 6-3 | 205

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Gordon, Neb./Gordon-Rushville High n 2013 Preseason All-American n 2012 All-RMAC Third Team & All-Nebraska First Team

2013: Named a preseason All-American by USA College Football. 2012: Started every game at cornerback and became one of the better defensive backs in Lane Haller’s Career Statistics the RMAC … He had three ----Tackles---interceptions, including one Year G UA A Total Int-Yds PD 2011 9 14 10 24 1-5 7 he returned for a touch2012 12 32 27 59 3-37 4 down against Western State TOTAL 21 46 37 83 4-42 11 … He’s also a solid tackler, finishing the season with 59 total stops, five tackles for loss and one forced fumble … He also broke up four passes … “He had a great year and he’s tough to throw on,” Larson said. “We are expecting big things from him.” … He had a career-high nine tackles against Montana State, including eight solo stops … He was named to the AllNebraska First Team and the All-RMAC Third Team following the season. 2011: The coaching staff was originally intending for him to redshirt but he was thrust into the starting lineup in the third week of the season and continued to start the remainder of the season … He recorded 24 tackles, broke up six passes and had a key interception in the Eagles’ game at UNK … He had a season-high six tackles against Western New Mexico and followed that up with another six tackles a week later against Fort Lewis. High School: Caught 28 passes for 474 yards and six TDs in 2009 ... In 2010, he caught 24 for 320 yards and 3 TDs and had 46 unassisted and 35 assisted tackles along with five pass interceptions ... Also played basketball and won the triple jump and the high jump as both a junior and senior at the Class C District Track Meet ... He was the only Panhandle player chosen for the 2011 Shrine Bowl football game and caught two passes and intercepted another one. Personal: Son of Leonard and Kim … Has a brother, Lex … A criminal justice major … Born March 19.

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CReceiver hapman Ham | Sr. | 6-2 | 235

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Rapid City, S.D./Rapid City Central n 2012 All-Nebraska Honorable Mention

2012: Developed into one of Jonn McLain’s most reliable receivers, finishing the season with 49 receptions for 503 yards and four touchdowns … His receptions and yardage were the second-highest totals on the team … He also scored four TDs … He started every game at H-Back and is expected to be another big part of the offense in 2013 … “He gives great Chapman Ham’s Career Statistics effort every play,” Long said. Year G Rec Yds Long TD “H-Back is a tough position 2010 11 3 17 8 0 because it requires you to 2011 10 13 141 34 3 2012 12 49 503 58 4 block and catch. He does it TOTAL 33 65 661 58 7 well.” … He had a career-high 10 receptions and 105 yards in a gritty road win at New Mexico Highlands … He also scored two touchdowns against CSU-Pueblo … He was named All-Nebraska D-II following the season. 2011: Played in 10 games, making 13 catches for 141 yards and scored three touchdowns … During the first nine games of the season he had 10 catches for under 100 yards but he caught fire in the Eagles’ final two games, scoring three touchdowns on three receptions … Also plays on a variety of special teams units where he made five stops … He also had a solid spring, highlighted by the spring game when he continued his scoring streak by finding paydirt twice. 2010: Played in all 11 games mainly on special teams but did contribute to the offense, catching three balls for 17 yards … He made six tackles. 2009: Redshirted. High School: Didn’t play football his senior year but was an outstanding wrestler … Was named the 2009 South Dakota Wrestler of the Year and finished third at state … Claimed a championship as a junior and ended fifth as a sophomore … Also ran cross country … Previously, he played quarterback in high school Personal: Has a 3.17 GPA in business administration … Son of Kevin and Rene Ham … Has a sister, Carlee … Born October 9.

TRight ony Hartman Guard | Sr. | 6-3 | 300

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North Bend, Neb./North Bend Central

2012: Enters fall camp as the starter at right guard after being a valuable backup the last three seasons … “It’s Tony’s time,” Long said. “He’s a hard worker and he had a good spring. He’s going to be a good one for us.” … Saw time in 10 games as a backup offensive lineman … He also played on special teams units.

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2011: Didn’t play in the opener at the University of Mary but saw playing time in the remaining 10 games at offensive line and special teams. 2010: Saw time in two games as an alternate offensive lineman. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: All-state honorable mention selection by the Omaha World-Herald ... Helped the North Bend Central offense average 295.8 yards a game … Also played basketball and golf in high school. Personal: Has a 3.04 GPA in ag-business … Son of Robert and JoLynn Hartman … Has a brother, Beau, and a sister, McKenzie … Born December 19.

NOffensive athan Hoffman 62 Line | R-Fr. | 6-1 | 237 Crofton, Neb./Crofton High

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State … “He’s a feisty young guy with a lot of potential,” Long noted. High School: Named first team all-state and all-district after a solid career at Crofton High … He played guard on offense and end on defense … Named to the Elite 8 all-area team … He also was the team’s long snapper … Played in the Shrine Bowl Game … Also participated in track and field and basketball. Personal: Son of Tony and Amy Hoffman … Has two sisters, Alison and Samantha … Majoring in biology … Born August 18.

ILinebacker saac Holscher | Jr. | 6-0 | 190

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Scottsbluff, Neb./Scottsbluff n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2012: Played in two games at inside receiver and added a reception for seven yards … He caught a game-high eight passes for 105 yards and a TD in the spring game … One of the team’s strongest players pound-for-pound, he’s going to try his hand on the defensive side of the ball at linebacker … “He just wants to contribute where he can,” Long said. “He’ll do what it takes to get on the field.” … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Played in three games … He originally practiced as a wide receiver but was moved to defensive back when the Eagles suffered several late season injuries. High School: Earned all-Western Conference and was Scottsbluff’s leading scorer with six touchdowns in the fall of 2009 … Also played in the West Nebraska All-Star Game. Personal: Son of Jim and Sheryl … Has four sisters, Emily, Madeline, Betsy and Zoe … A sports and recreation management major with a 3.44 GPA … Born July 31.


KWideyleReceiver Hooper 84 | R-Fr. | 5-10 | 180

Alliance, Neb./Alliance High

player for us.” High School: Played on the offensive line at St. Paul Public … Also participated in basketball and track and field. Personal: Son of Theresa and Kevin … One sibling, Cody … Born Sept. 8 … Has a 3.14 GPA in physical sciences.

CLinebacker ourtland Joshua | So. | 6-0 | 215

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Donaldsonville, La./Donaldsonville High 2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State … Could become an immediate contributor, particularly on special teams. High School: A talented and athletic wide receiver from Alliance … Had an all-conference senior season for the Bulldogs … Also participated in track and field and basketball. Personal: Son of Brian and Jodene Hooper … His sister, Jordan, is an All-American women’s basketball player for the University of Nebraska … Has a 3.88 GPA … Born March 31.

RFullback obert Jackson III | So. | 5-9 | 230

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Savannah, Ga./Jenkins High n 2011 Offensive Service Team MVP

2012: Saw time in two games as the backup fullback but enters fall camp as the leader at that position … He’s one of the strongest players on the team, squatting 615 pounds, bench pressing 365 and power cleaning 315 … “He’s gotten better every year he’s been here,” Long said. “He could play an important role for us this season.” 2011: Redshirted during his first season at CSC … Impressed his teammates, though, and was named as the Offensive Service Team MVP. High School: The CSC coaches became familiar with Jackson when wide receiver Antonio Thompson, a sophomore from Savannah, gave the coaching staff a DVD featuring Jackson … They were impressed and extended an offer … Jackson played both linebacker and tailback at Jenkins High … In 2010, he rushed for 366 yards on 49 carries (7.47 average) and scored five touchdowns … Defensively, he recorded 63 tackles and added two interceptions, six pass break-ups and two fumble recoveries and was named to the all-region first team … As a junior, he earned all-region accolades at linebacker, finishing with 81 total tackles … He also forced a fumble that he returned for a TD and he was the team’s leading rusher with 354 yards. Personal: Son of Cheryl Howard and Robert Jackson Jr. … A sports and recreation major … Born Aug. 29.

2012: Played in seven games as a true freshman at linebacker … He finished the season with seven total tackles, including two for a loss … He also had an interception against Western State that he returned for 38 yards … He had a productive spring and the coaches praised his maturity … “He really shows flashes of brilliance,” Larson said. “He’s a playmaker for us and he’s going to play a big role in the defense.” High School: He was an all-district choice and a second team allstate selection at linebacker and played in the Louisiana vs. Texas AllStar Game … He had 97 total tackles, four sacks, five forced fumbles and seven interceptions … He also broke up seven passes, blocked three field goals and scored four touchdowns … He also played long snapper and on the offensive line … Also played baseball. Personal: Son of Anjelle Cooks … Has a sister, Janice, and brother, Bernard … Born Nov. 9 … Majoring in criminal justice.

JFullback ordan King | So. | 5-9 | 230

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Savannah, Ga./Jenkins High n 2011 Offesnsive Service Team MVP

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: The second Warrior to ink with CSC … He had a whopping 114 tackles and 12 sacks in 2011 … He also had two interceptions, three passes defended and three forced fumbles … He also scored two touchdowns and played in the all-state game … Also played baseball and participated in track and field. Personal: Son of Stephanie and Mike King … Majoring in human biology … Has two brothers, Austin and Bryant, and a sister, Danielle … Born June 15.

COffensive olin Jorgensen 78 Line | R-Fr. | 6-5 | 265 St. Paul, Neb./St. Paul High

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State … “He has a big frame and can run,” Long said. “He could develop into a nice

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SLinebacker hea Koch | Sr. | 6-1 | 220

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Custer, S.D./Custer High

FOffensive rantzlee LaCrete 63 Line | R-Fr. | 6-3 | 280 Lewellen, Neb./Garden County High

n 2013 Preseason All-American n 2012 All-RMAC Second Team & All-Nebraska First Team n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Second Team

2013: Named a preseason All-American by USA College Football. 2012: Flew under the radar at middle linebacker while playing alongside consensus All-American Kevin Lindholm but he managed to have an impressive season himself … He was second on the team with 97 total tackles, including 5.5 Shea Koch’s Career Statistics for a loss, four sacks and two ----Tackles---Year G UA A Total TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds forced fumbles … His tackle 2011 9 24 25 49 4.0-14 0.5-3 total was the third-highest 2012 12 40 57 97 5.5-20 4.0-17 TOTAL 21 64 82 146 9.5-34 4.5-20 mark since 1998 when Kevin Homer had 126 … The only person who had more tackles than Koch in that time period was Lindholm … He had five games of at least nine tackles, including a career-high 16 against Adams State … He also led the Eagles with 14 tackles in their playoff game with West Texas A&M … Needless to say, plenty is expected of him in 2013: “He’s one of the leaders of the defense, for sure,” Larson said. “He’s such a solid player. There’s nothing fancy about him and that works perfectly for us. Now is his time to shine.” … He was named to the All-RMAC Second Team and the All-Nebraska D-II First Team following the season … He was also an RMAC All-Academic choice … He also served as the team’s long snapper. 2011: Worked himself into the rotation at linebacker and made a difference … He played in nine games and started four of them … He had at least three tackles in every game he played in, including a season-high eight against UNK … He finished third on the team with 49 total tackles and he added four tackles for loss and two quarterback hurries … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Second Team. 2010: Helped add depth at linebacker while continuing to learn the defensive scheme. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: A four-year starter who was first-team Class 11A all-state as a senior after being honorable mention as a junior ... He played middle linebacker and led the Wildcats in tackles as a junior and senior, averaging about 12 per game ... He also rushed for about 350 yards while playing fullback ... Played in the 2009 South Dakota All-Star Game … Also started on the basketball team and was a middle distance runner and triple jumper for the track and field team. Personal: Graduated with honors in business administration in May … He’s working toward a graduate degree … Son of Mark and Dawn … Has a brother, Seth, and sister, Sara … Also a member of Blue Key … Born April 30.

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2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State … He moved to offensive line in the spring. High School: A big product from Garden County High School … He had 85 total tackles, seven sacks and forced two fumbles while being named to the Class D-I All-State First Team by the Omaha World-Herald and Lincoln Journal Star … As a junior, he had four sacks … During his final two seasons, he’s had 25 quarterback hurries and knocked down the quarterback another 15 times … Played in the West Nebraska AllStar Game … Also played basketball. Personal: Son of Terri LaCrete … A pre-medicine major … One brother, Derek … Born Feb. 28.

M ike Lorenzo Left Guard | Jr. | 6-1 | 270

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Oak Park, Calif./Westlake High

2012: Started every game at left guard and helped the Eagles’ offense average over 400 yards of total offense and over 33 points each game … He often graded out as the top offensive lineman and was a consistent blocker, especially in the running game … “He has all-conference type talent,” Long said. “He can be another great offense lineman for us here.” 2011: Played in 10 games as a reserve lineman and special teams player. 2010: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Helped lead Westlake Village to a tremendous 2009 season … The Warriors went 14-0 and won the CIF Southern Division … Michael was named all-division, all-league and all-county … He was a team captain and a three-year starter … He also played lacrosse. Personal: A health science major … Son of Stephen and Jill … Has three siblings: Max, Anya and Coco … Born May 27 … While in Chadron during the summer of 2010, he won the world championship buffalo chip throwing contest with a hurl of 103 feet.


M ichael Madkins Tailback | Jr. | 5-7 | 165

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Sacramento, Calif./Pleasant Grove

KDefensive yle McCarthy End | So. | 6-1 | 240

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Aurora, Neb./Aurora High n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Second Team

2012: A tremendous change-of-pace tailback who combined with Glen Clinton to form one of the better offensive backfield combinations in Division II … Michael Madkin’s Career Statistics Michael rushed for 487 Year G Att Yds TD Long Avg/C Rec Yds TD 2011 494 3 55 5.4 9 33 0 yards on just 89 carries and 2012 11 91 11 89 487 5 47 5.5 12 63 1 scored five TDs … He also TOTAL 22 180 981 8 55 5.4 21 96 0 added 12 receptions for 63 yards and a touchdown … He’s also a skilled punt returner, averaging 34 yards a return on both of his attempts … “He’s a great compliment to Glen and he works well within our offense,” Long said. … Had his best rushing game of the season against Colorado Mesa when he ran for 97 yards and a TD but his most electrifying run came against nationally-ranked CSU-Pueblo when he dazzled a host of defenders en route to a 47-yard TD … He’s just 19 rushing yards shy of 1,000 for his career … Named the strongest CSC player pound-for-pound in the spring. 2011: He was an excellent tailback and in his only start of the season he rushed for 235 yards and a TD on 36 carries against Western State … He followed that with an 84-yard rushing performance against Adams State the next week and proceeded to finish second on the team with 487 rushing yards … He moves exceptionally well and is a shifty runner … He also had nine receptions for 33 yards and returned seven kickoffs for an average return of 29.3 yards. 2010: Sat out the season. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Had a stellar senior season at Pleasant Grove … Rushed for 1,948 yards on 324 carries and scored 19 TDs … On defense he finished with 48 tackles, three interceptions and blocked a field goal … Named All-Delta Valley League and was on the first team for both offense and defense … He was also all-city, all-metro second team, and the Sacramento Bee Player of the Week. Personal: Majoring in psychology … Son of Michael and Yvette … He has two siblings: Dominique and Nakiesha … Born Nov. 24.

D’V onnte Matthews 93 Defensive Line | R-Fr. | 6-1 | 319 Jeanerette, La./Jeanerette High

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: A big defensive lineman … He was a two-time alldistrict first team selection and was named second team all-state as a junior … He also played in an all-star game and was named his team’s MVP. Personal: Son of Chantell … A physical education major.

2012: He started the first five games of the season and played in six more at linebacker … He finished the campaign with 23 total tackles, including 1.5 for a loss … Due to a lack of depth at D-line, Kyle switched positions in the spring … “He’s going to contribute for us,” Larson said. “He picked things up really well.” … Also competed for the CSC track and field team in the spring … He was an RMAC All-Academic Second Team choice in football and a first team selection in track and field … He placed third in the shot put (51-6 ½) at the 2013 RMAC Indoor Meet and placed in the shot, discus and hammer throws at the RMAC Outdoor Meet. 2011: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State … Competed in both the shot put and weight throw for the CSC track and field team during the indoor and outdoor seasons. High School: A 2010 All-Nebraska First Team Defense selection at linebacker and a Super State First Team member, named by the Lincoln Journal Star … Played on back-to-back state championship teams at Aurora High … In 2010 he was the third-leading tackler in Class B with 73 solo stops and 53 assisted tackles and started in the 2011 Shrine Bowl … Also finished fourth in the shot put (52-2 ½) and sixth in the discus (154-3) at the Nebraska State Meet as a junior and was third in the shot (53-10) as a senior. Personal: A business accounting major with a 3.89 GPA … Son of Pat and Renae … Has two siblings: Ashley and Sean … Born Jan. 25.

JLeftakeTackleM|cSr.Crary | 6-5 | 270

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Valentine, Neb./Valentine High n 2013 Preseason All-American & RMAC Preseason All-Conference n 2012 All-RMAC Second Team & All-Nebraska First

2013: Named a preseason All-American by USA College Football … Also placed on the RMAC Preseason All-Conference team. 2012: One of the emotional leaders of the team who started every game at right tackle and helped the Eagles’ offense average over 400 yards of total offense and over 33 points each game … Another example of a student-athlete who has turned himself into a valuable member of the team … He originally walked on to the team in the fall of 2009 and played at defensive line before finding a home on the offensive side of the ball in the spring of 2010 … “He’s one of the most intense guys we have on the team,” Long said. “He plays football like it’s supposed to be played.” … Will start at left tackle in 2013 after playing most of his career on the right side … Named to the All-Nebraska D-II First Team and the All-RMAC Second Team following the season.

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2011: He was thrust into the starting lineup when the starting right tackle was injured in a car accident and he made the most of his opportunity … He started the Eagles’ first three games and then continued to be a valuable reserve and special teams player the remainder of the season. 2010: He opened the season at defensive line but in the spring he transitioned to the offensive line, where he was a reserve. 2009: Joined the team in the fall after school started and redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Hails from the strong football program at Valentine High ... He played on both the offensive and defensive lines for the Badgers before graduating in 2008 ... Competed in wrestling and golf during high school. Personal: A criminal justice major ... Jake joined the Chadron Volunteer Fire Department in the summer of 2012 … Son of Mike and Mary ... Born Nov. 11.

DDefensive avid McCulley End | Sr. | 6-1 | 235

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Littleton, Colo./Dakota Ridge

2012: Didn’t see any time during the season as he was recovering from injury but is expected to provide depth at defensive line. 2011: Played in the Eagles’ win over New Mexico Highlands but didn’t record any statistics … Will help with depth at defensive line, however, he suffered an Achilles injury at the start of fall camp and may be limited in 2012. 2010: Did not play. 2009: Was a member of the service team but didn’t see time during the regular season. 2008: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: A three-year starter at Dakota Ridge where he was named second team all-conference … Also played on the offensive line and was nominated for the Colorado Ironman Award, which recognizes players who perform well on both offense and defense … He also played baseball. Personal: A rangeland management major … His brother, Mike, was a wide receiver for the Eagles … So of Tim and Mary McCulley … Born May 16.

TSafety yler McFarland | Sr. | 6-3 | 198

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Boise, Idaho/Boise High n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2010 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2010 Co-Defensive Service Team MVP

2012: Played in two games as a reserve defensive back … He’s one of the hardest working members of the team … “He’s a great kid and he’ll do anything we ask him to,” Larson said. “He’s our hardest worker.” … Named to RMAC All-Academic honorable mention. 2011: Played in one game– the Eagles’ win over New Mexico Highlands – and he made two tackles … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2010: He was named the 2010 Co-Defensive Service Team MVP … Saw time in CSC’s thrilling victory over Colorado School of Mines but

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didn’t record any stats … Placed on the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Played quarterback and free safety and was named the most improved player by his football team in 2008 … Also named the 2009 track sprinter of the year and was awarded his high school’s male athlete of the year award … Also competed in basketball. Personal: A social science major with a 3.87 GPA … Son of Tom and Rhonda McFarland … He has one brother, Shawn … Born Jan. 23.

JQuarterback onn McLain | Jr. | 5-11 | 190

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Chadron, Neb./Chadron High n 2013 Preseason All-American & RMAC Preseason All-Conference n 2012 All-RMAC Second Team & All-Nebraska D-II First Team n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Player of the Year n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2010 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2010 All-Nebraska Division II Honorable Mention

2013: Named a preseason All-American by USA College Football … Also tabbed Jonn McLain’s Career Statistics for the RMAC Year G Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Lg Pct Avg/P Avg/G Effic Preseason All- 2010 11 170-271-8 1894 16 63 62.7 7.0 172.2 135.0 2011 2 32-50-0 419 3 73 64.0 8.4 209.5 154.2 Conference 2012 12 239-362-6 2606 30 84 66.0 7.2 217.2 150.5 Team … For TOTAL 25 441-683-14 4919 49 94 64.6 7.2 196.8 144.6 his career, he’s thrown for 4,919 yards and 49 touchdowns … He’s also completed 64.5 percent of his passes … In school history, he’s sixth all-time in completions (441), eighth in yards (4,919) and sixth in TD passes (49). 2012: Arguably had the most effective statistical season a quarterback at Chadron State has ever had, throwing for 2,606 yards, 30 touchdowns and just six interceptions ... He set school records for most completions (239) and touchdowns (30), while also completing 66 percent of his passes, another school record ... All the records he broke belonged to his older brother, Joe ... He also completed 21 consecutive passes in a game against Black Hills State to set an NCAA record ... He averaged 217 yards through the air each game and he had eight receivers catch at least 10 passes ... “He’s the guy behind the wheel of the offense,” Long noted. “He’s a tremendous leader and he’s a very smart football player.” … Following the season, he was named the All-Nebraska Division II Offensive Captain and a second a team All-RMAC choice ... Helped lead the Eagles to a 9-3 record and a berth in the playoffs ... Named the RMAC All-Academic Player of the Year and was a team captain for the second time. 2011: Had a frustrating season after playing brilliantly as a redshirt freshman in 2010 … He suffered a head injury against the University of Mary in the season opener and sat out the second half … A week later against Angelo State, he played arguably his best game – completing 19 of 29 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns – but he broke a bone in his non-throwing hand that required him to medically redshirt … Incidentally, he broke the bone in the second quarter and still played the remainder of the game … Completed 32 of 50 passes for the season for 419 and didn’t toss an interception … An RMAC AllAcademic Honorable Mention selection and a captain.


2010: Came in the second half of the Eagles’ first game of the season after starting quarterback Garrett Treffer suffered an injury … The offense didn’t miss a beat and he connected on seven of 10 passes for 89 yards and a TD … He made his first career start the next week at Pittsburg State and played well enough the rest of the season to keep the job … He finished the season completing 170 of 271 passes for 1,894 yards and 16 touchdowns … He completed 62.7 percent of his passes, giving him the third best seasonal percentage in school history … He also rushed for two touchdowns … Threw for a season-high 245 yards and three touchdowns in the Eagles’ season finale against Mesa State, leaving CSC faithful excited for what the future has in store … Named honorable mention to the All-Nebraska Division II team. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC but often traveled with the team as the emergency QB … Named the Offensive Service Team MVP. High School: Started at Chadron High two years and had one of the most impressive prep careers the school has ever seen ... Completed 146 of 234 passes for 2,303 yards and 35 touchdowns while leading Chadron High to the Class C-1 state semifinals in 2008 ... His 146 completions is a Class C-1 record ... Accumulated 2,655 yards of total offense and was named to a bevy of all-star teams ... He was the StarHerald All-Region Football Player of the Year, the Omaha World-Herald Class C-1 honorary captain and the Huskerland Prep C-1 Player of the Year ... Also named first team Class C-1 and second team all-class allstate by the Omaha World Herald and the Lincoln Journal Star ... Had a game for the ages when he completed 19 of 24 passes for 365 yards and five touchdowns while earning the MVP during a 48-24 win by the West in the West Nebraska All-Star Game in the summer of 2009 ... He also rushed for a TD in the game. Personal: His older brother Joe, who also wore No. 13, is an all-time CSC great football player … Joe was 38-4 as a starter at CSC and helped lead the Eagles to the NCAA D-II playoffs three straight years ... Joe, as well as his brother, Jacob, are both coaches for the Eagles this season … Both of his sisters, Jamie and Jazzy, play volleyball at Chadron State ... Jonn wants to be a high school math teacher … He has a 3.83 GPA in social science … Son of Jerry and Tina McLain ... Born July 21 … The past few summers he’s also served as the Chadron Nationals Junior Legion coach … He can also be heard providing color commentary for selected CSC softball games.

BLinebacker ryant Miller | Sr. | 6-0 | 205

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Bayard, Neb./Bayard

n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2010 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2010 Co-Defensive Service Team MVP

2012: Had his finest season, finishing with 48 total tackles, including 4.5 for a loss … He also had an interception and broke up three more passes … “Last year he took a big step forward and I’m looking for him to continue his progression,” Larson said. “He is a leader for the defense and he possesses a lot of Bryant Miller’s Career Statistics -----Tackles----confidence without being Year G UA A Total TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds arrogant, which is good to 2011 7 10 3 13 1.0-1 0.0-0 1.0-3 have at his position.” … Had 2012 10 13 35 48 4.5-10 TOTAL 17 23 38 61 5.5-11 1.0-3 a career-high seven tackles against CSU-Pueblo but had at least six tackles in four other games. 2011: Played in seven games and recorded 13 tackles, including a tackle for loss … Named RMAC All-Academic Honorable Mention 2010: Didn’t get any playing time during the season but he obviously made his presence felt on the practice field, earning the team’s Co-Defensive Service Team MVP award at the postseason banquet.

2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Accounted for 67 unassisted tackles and assisted on 52 more to rank as one of the top tacklers in Class C-1 ... Also played quarterback, throwing for 538 yards and four touchdowns ... For the season, he scored eight touchdowns and kicked 27 points ... A Star-Herald All-Region Defensive First Team selection ... Earned honorable mention from the Lincoln Journal Star and was a District 10 selection. Personal: Graduated with a construction management degree in May … He’s working on an MBA … Son of Byron and Virginia Miller … Has two siblings: Heidi and Jachin … Both competed collegiately … Born June 7.

CSafety ole Montgomery | So. | 5-11 | 200

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Casper, Wyo./Casper Natrona n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2012: He moved to safety during fall camp and seemed like a natural midway through the season … He played in all 12 games, starting four of them … He finished the season with 42 tackles, two brokenup passes and one fumble Cole Montgomery’s Career Statistics recovery … He also had an -----Tackles----Year G UA A Total Int-Yds PD interception that sealed the 2012 12 21 21 42 1.0-0 2 Eagles’ come-from-behind TOTAL 12 21 21 42 1.0-0 2 victory over New Mexico Highlands … He recorded a career-high eight tackles against Western New Mexico … “I’m really looking for him to continue his growth at safety,” Larson said. “He has a lot of potential.” … Named to the RMAC All-Academic honor roll. 2011: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: One of three recruits from Natrona, the 4A champs in Wyoming, to sign with the Eagles in 2011 … He carried the ball 171 times for 1,458 yards and 18 touchdowns ... He also caught 18 passes for 264 yards and two more TDs ... Returned nine punts for 120 yards and had three unassisted tackles, 10 assisted tackles, one fumble recovery, one interception and three pass breakups ... He was named to the Casper Star Tribune’s Super 25 and was the Old Spice Player of the Year. Personal: Son of Lisa and Wendel … Has a 3.5 GPA in math … Born March 6.

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DWide anny O’Boyle Receiver | So. | 6-0 | 190

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Gering, Neb./Gering

2012: Had a solid true freshman season at wide receiver … He played in 10 games, including one start late in the season … He had nine receptions for 127 yards and added two carries for 31 yards … He also recorded five tackles on special teams … He had a career-high three receptions for 41 yards against New Mexico Highlands … He’s expected to be a bigger piece of the offense in 2013 at Z wide receiver … “Danny is a terrific worker and has a lot of potential to excel here,” Long said. “I’m excited for his future.” High School: The younger brother of CSC quarterback Patrick O’Boyle … Danny led the Panhandle 11-man players in receiving with 50 receptions for 685 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior in 2011 … He also ranked third on Gering’s tackle chart with 29 unassisted and 28 assisted tackles … He was first-team all-Western Conference last fall and received first-team Class B all-state at receiver from the Lincoln Journal Star … He was honorable mention from the Omaha WorldHerald and Huskerland Prep Report … Played in the Shrine Bowl and also helped lead Gering to the state title in American Legion baseball … He also won the 400 meters at the Western Conference Track Meet and was second in Class B at the state meet in 48.63 seconds in 2012. Personal: Son of Tom and Barb O’Boyle … A physical therapy major with a 3.27 GPA … Born Aug. 18 … Has a brother, Patrick, and two sisters, Emily and Katie.

PQuarterback atrick O’Boyle | Jr. | 6-3 | 200

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Gering, Neb./Gering

n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2012: Played in 11 games and saw some time behind center as the backup quarterback … He completed eight of 11 passes for 90 yards and a TD … He also rushed for 20 yards … He had his best game against Western State, completing six of seven for 52 yards and his first career touchdown pass … He was also the primary holder on placekicks … He enters fall camp as the backup QB but he’s expected to have a more expansive role … “He’s a terrific team guy,” Long said. “He’s going to be used in different roles this season and I’m excited to see it.” … Named to the RMAC All-Academic honor roll. 2011: Played in 10 games as the holder on placekicks and also saw time at quarterback … He saw his most extensive time of the season against New Mexico Highlands when he completed seven of 11 passes for 39 yards … He also rushed for nine yards … For the season, he com-

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pleted nine of 17 passes for 51 yards … Named RMAC All-Academic Honorable Mention. 2010: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Had a banner 2009 season leading Gering High to a 9-2 record and a playoff berth … He was the second-rated passer in Class B, completing 145 of 229 passes (63%) for 1,774 yards and 17 touchdowns … He was named to the Lincoln Journal Star First Team and earned honorable mention from the Omaha World-Herald and Huskerland Prep … He was ranked the No. 2 player in the Nebraska Panhandle by the Scottsbluff Star-Herald and he was also the all-class quarterback … He was named the Star-Herald’s Dynamic Dozen No. 1 male athlete in the summer … Played high school football for his father, Tom … Also played basketball and legion baseball for Gering and ran the hurdles for the track team in the spring .. He placed sixth in the Class B 110 high hurdles at the 2010 state meet … He had a seasonbest time of 15.1 seconds. Personal: A physical education and health major with a 3.5 GPA … Son of Tom and Barb … His younger brother, Danny, is a wide receiver for the Eagles … His twin sister, Emily, also attended Chadron State … His other sister’s name is Katie … Born Sept. 26.

TLinebacker az Olson | So. | 6-2 | 210

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Prairie City, S.D./Harding County n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2012: Saw time in four games, recording two tackles … Sat out the spring with an injury but the coaches believe he’s ready to contribute … “He showed significant improvement, especially in the weight room,” Larson said. “He helps give us good depth at linebacker.” … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Had a solid career at Harding County High and a fantastic senior season … He averaged over 13 tackles a game and rushed for 1,674 yards on just 170 carries (9.84 average) and scored 26 touchdowns … He finished the season with 158 total tackles and nine sacks … He also had two interceptions and forced three fumbles … He was named all-conference. Personal: Son of Casey and Missy … Has three siblings: Lanie, Bryce and Trig … Majoring in business management and has a 3.5 GPA.

TOffensive immy Ornelas 79 Line | R-Fr. | 6-2 | 270 Fort Lupton, Colo./Fort Lupton

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: An offensive line prospect from Colorado who was a captain and named first team all-conference … Also was a talented high school wrestler who qualified for the Colorado State Tournament. Personal: Son of Mike and Theresa … Has two brothers, Chris and Andrew … A rangeland management major … Born Jan. 16.


SCenter am Parker | Jr. | 6-2 | 280

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… Gained recognition when he was a 12-year-old Pop Warner player when his highlight film found a national audience on YouTube … It’s been seen by over 10 million people.

JSafety ojo Phillips | Jr. | 5-11 | 205

Harrison, Neb./Sioux County n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2012 Chadron State Lifter of the Year

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San Diego, Calif./Helix Charter

2012: Started every game at center and helped the Eagles average over 400 yards of total offense and 33 points a game … He has a great working relationship with quarterback Jonn McLain and is one of the strongest players on the team … He was named the Eagles’ Lifter of the Year following the season … “He’s a great citizen, worker and student at Chadron State,” Long said. “He’s incredibly strong and he’s gotten better every year he’s been here. I’m excited for him this year.” … He is highly visible on the Chadron State campus … He was elected as the Blue Key president in the spring and he helped organize the Big Event, a community wide clean-up project … He also speaks to local youth groups and high school FCA huddles … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Second Team. 2011: Started the first two games of the season at center when the original starter moved to left tackle when the Eagles were decimated with injuries on the offensive line … Played in 10 of 11 games … Named RMAC All-Academic Honorable Mention. 2010: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: A good two-sport athlete … He was a three-year starter for the football team and was named to the Lincoln Journal Star and Omaha World-Herald 6-man all-state teams … He was also placed on the Star-Herald second team … Also wrestled, claiming a fifth place finish at heavyweight at state as a junior and senior. Personal: A communications major with a 3.8 GPA … Has six brothers and sisters: Graham, Rebekah, Philip, Joel, Emily and Suzanna … Son of Matt and Mary … Born March 21.

CTailback ody Paul | R-Fr. | 5-6 | 160

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2012: One of the most explosive and athletic players on the team … He played in all 12 games and started at safety against West Texas A&M in the first round of the NCAA Division II Playoffs … He had 15 total tackles and forced a fumble … He had a career-high four tackles against Adams State … He arguably had one of the best spring seasons of anyone in recent memory at Chadron State by testing off the charts … He broke Danny Woodhead’s 40-yard dash time by running it in 4.4 seconds … He also benched 385 pounds, power cleaned 340 and added a 35-inch vertical for good measure … “He has tremendous potential,” Larson noted. “He really had a great spring and because of that we’re expecting great things from him. I’m confident he’s ready to take that step.” … Enters fall camp as a starting safety. 2011: Started the season off at tailback but transitioned to safety once the Eagles’ secondary started suffering injuries … He found a home on defense and made his first career start in the season finale against Colorado Mesa … He rushed for 90 yards on 22 carries … Defensively, he finished with seven total tackles … Also a valuable special teams player. 2010: Suffered a shoulder injury during fall camp that sidelined him for the season … He was granted a medical redshirt. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: A big tailback who ran for 441 yards on 51 carries and scored five touchdowns out of the backfield ... Helped lead Helix Charter to a 9-2-1 record in 2008. Personal: A business administration major … Has six siblings … Son of Kristen Phillips … Born June 17.

LTackle ance Pickett | Jr. | 6-7 | 295

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Otis, Colo./Otis High

Seal Beach, Calif./Los Alamitos n 2012 Offensive Service Team MVP

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State but still managed to make the most of his opportunities … He was named the Offensive Service Team MVP and he dazzled fans in the annual spring game … “He’s a dynamic back with tons of moves,” Long said. “He could be an exciting player to watch.” High School: A shifty tailback who ran for 1,260 yards and 21 touchdowns last fall … Named his league’s offensive player of the year and was all-county and all-league … Ran for more than 700 yards as a junior … Bench pressed 310 pounds and was a member of his high school’s 1,200-pound club. Personal: Son of Midelle Collins and Gary Collins … Born Dec. 30

2012: Continued his role as a solid backup offensive lineman, appearing in seven games … “Lance is a great worker,” Long said. 2011: Saw time in six games but didn’t make a start 2010: Redshirted during his first season at CSC … Was a member of the men’s track and field team, competing in the throws. High School: A big offensive line prospect who played 6-man football at Otis High … He helped lead his team to the state semifinals and was named honorable mention by the Denver Post … Became familiar with CSC by attending the football camp in the summer … Played in the 2010 CanAm Bowl … He also threw the shot put and discus and played basketball … His sister, Keisha, graduated from CSC last December. Personal: A business major … Son of Angie … Has two brothers, Josh and Zac, and a sister, Keisha … Born March 20.

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TWideravis Reeves Receiver | Sr. | 5-11 | 295

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Chadron, Neb./Chadron

2012: Battled a nagging upper body injury but only missed two games … He played in the remaining 10 contests, starting seven of them … He is a fantastic Travis Reeves’ Career Statistics downfield blocker and also Year G Rec Yds TD Avg/C Avg/G 2010 11 17 264 2 15.5 24.0 a valuable receiver … He 2011 11 25 337 2 13.5 30.6 finished the season with 17 2012 10 17 177 0 10.4 17.7 TOTAL 32 59 778 4 13.2 24.3 receptions for 177 yards … Had his best game of the season against West Texas A&M in the playoffs, finishing with four receptions for 74 yards … “Travis is a strong receiver and a ferocious blocker,” Long said. “He plays physical.” … He has started in 29 career games at wide receiver … Combined with Nathan Ross, the two receivers have started 61 times. 2011: He followed up his strong freshman season with an even better sophomore campaign, finishing with 25 receptions for 337 yards and two touchdowns … He had at least one catch in nine games … What sets him apart, though, is his blocking ability … “He is our best blocker on the outside,” offensive coordinator Chris Stein said. “He has the proper attitude for it and having him block for us is a bonus.” 2010: Blossomed during his redshirt year, becoming a valuable member of the team and an excellent downfield blocker … He was one of 11 players who started all 11 games, but he was the only redshirt freshman to do it … Made 17 receptions for 264 yards and added two TDs … His biggest game came against the Eagles’ rival, UNK, when he had five catches for 115 yards and a touchdown. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: One of the biggest playmakers for the Chadron Cardinals as a senior ... Ran for 902 yards on 150 carries (6.01 yds/carry) and had 45 receptions for 663 yards and 14 touchdowns ... Scored a total of 29 TDs in 2008 ... Also had four interceptions and was one of the team leaders in tackles ... Was named to the Omaha World-Herald and Lincoln Journal Star Class C-1 First Team defensive teams ... Also was a Star-Herald All-Region First Team selection and a District 10 selection ... Also started on the Cards’ state runner-up basketball team and was involved in track and field. Personal: A sports management major with a 3.23 GPA ... He’s continued the tradition of other Chadron High graduates who have worn No. 6, including Aaron Bauer, Micah Smith, and CSC offensive coordinator, Chris Stein … Son of Matt and Michelle Reeves … Has a younger brother, Wade … Born Nov. 30.

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AWide ndrew Rios Receiver | Jr. | 5-8 | 171

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Lexington, Neb./Lexington

2012: Had a solid sophomore campaign, playing in five games and catching one pass for a 19-yard TD against Western State … Also contributed on special teams … “Andrew is a great role player for us,” Long said. 2011: Played in four games last season but didn’t record a reception. 2010: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Tallied the fourth-most receiving yards in Class B in 2009 (611) … He averaged 16 yards a reception and scored five touchdowns … Named Class B All-State by the Lincoln Journal Star and earned honorable mention accolades from a variety of publications … He also had three interceptions from his defensive back position … He played cornerback in the 2010 Shrine Bowl, making four tackles … Named to the GNAC 2010 Academic Team … Is also a good middledistance runner, running the 400 meters in 52.1 seconds and the 800 in 2:01 … Helped Lexington High win the all-class gold in the 1,600 relay during the Nebraska State Meet. Personal: A business major … Son of Theresa and Ray Gonzalez … Has three siblings: Nathan, Cecilia and Jamie … Born Nov. 18.

CReceiver ody Roes | Sr. | 6-2 | 220

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Chadron, Neb./Chadron n 2012 All-RMAC Third Team n 2012 All-Nebraska D-II First Team

2012: Developed into one of Jonn McLain’s most trustworthy targets at Y-receiver, finishing with 32 receptions for 317 yards and four TDs … Along with Nathan Ross, he started every game at receiver … He averaged nearly 10 yards a Cody Roes’ Career Statistics reception and was named Year G Rec Yds TD Avg/C Avg/G 2010 9 2 28 0 14.0 3.1 to the All-RMAC Third Team 9 29 340 5 11.7 37.8 and the All-Nebraska D-II First 2011 2012 12 32 317 4 9.9 26.4 Team following the season TOTAL 30 63 685 9 10.9 22.8 … “He’s a tough, hard-nosed guy who just knows how to win at everything he does,” Long said. … He was named a team captain prior to the season opener … He had six receptions in three different games, including a 76-yard, two touchdown effort against Colorado Mesa. 2011: Had a solid junior campaign, recording 29 catches for 340 yards and scoring five touchdowns … Was often one of the most reliable receiving options and his downfield blocking is also a major asset … Against Fort Lewis he had a career-high nine receptions for 104 yards and two touchdowns … He also had four more games where he registered at least 40 yards receiving and he scored at least one TD in his final three games … He also had two solo tackles on special teams. 2010: Played in nine games as an alternate inside receiver … He had two catches for 28 yards and added a tackle on special teams … Is a good blocker and understands the offensive scheme. 2009: Did not play football.


2008: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: Earned Class C-1 all-state honors from the Omaha World-Herald and Huskerland Prep after leading Chadron High to a 10-1 season and a top 10 ranking in 2007 … Played fullback and inside linebacker … Averaged 5.6 yards while rushing for 674 yards and scoring 10 touchdowns … Led the team in tackles with 56 solo and 33 that were assisted … Earned second-team C-1 all-state in basketball as a junior, when he shot 51.6 percent from the field and averaged 14 points and nine rebounds on the Chadron team that reached the state championship game in 2006 … As a senior, he averaged 12.6 points and 8.9 rebounds and helped Chadron High reach the state tourney again … Played in several all-star contests, including the Shrine Bowl. Personal: A physical education major with a 3.30 GPA … Son of Jamie and Sandy Roes … His brother-in-law, Tim Collins, was a graduate assistant men’s basketball coach at CSC who is now an assistant AD at Black Hills State … His youngest brother, Braden, is a linebacker at Black Hills State … His oldest sister, Renee, graduated from Chadron State and his younger sister’s name is Brooke … Born Sept. 29.

NWide athan Ross Receiver | Sr. | 5-11 | 185

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San Diego, Calif./Mount Carmel n 2013 Preseason All-American & RMAC Preseason All-Conference n 2011 All-RMAC Third Team & All-Nebraska D-II First Team n 2010 All-RMAC Third Team & All-Nebraska D-II Honorable Mention

2013: Named a preseason All-American by USA College Football … He was also picked for the Preseason RMAC All-Conference Team … Ross has started 32 times in his career and played in 34 consecutive games … He is climbing the Nathan Ross’ Career Statistics CSC record books and could Year G Rec Yds TD Avg/C Avg/G 2010 11 34 455 5 13.4 41.4 have a magical senior season 2011 11 45 511 2 11.4 46.5 … Entering the 2013 cam2012 12 54 805 10 14.9 67.1 TOTAL 34 133 1771 17 13.3 52.1 paign, he has 133 receptions, the sixth most in school history, 1,771 receiving yards (ninth most) and 17 receiving TDs (fifth most) … He needs 56 receptions to break Cory Brooks’ record of 188 … He is 1,170 yards shy of Brooks’ record of 2,941 receiving yards … Finally, he needs six TDs to top the 22 Jay Rhoades and Brooks recorded … He’s made at least one reception in 33 of 34 career games. 2012: A big-play receiver who was the Eagles’ top wideout for the third-straight season and continued his steady improvement as one of the top receivers in Division II … He had 54 receptions for 805 yards and scored a team-high 10 touchdowns … He had 24 plays that went for at least 20 yards, including an 84-yard reception against Black Hills State … He eclipsed 100 yards receiving three times … He had at least one reception in every game, including a season-high seven for 143 yards and two TDs against Colorado Mesa … “He brings great energy to everything he does,” Long noted. “He tries to win at each aspect of the game and he’s a big part of the offense.” … Named to the

All-Nebraska D-II First Team and the All-RMAC Third Team … He’s also a valuable kick returner, averaging 23.8 yards a return … He averaged 97.8 all-purpose yards a game and is at 79.1 yards for his career. 2011: He was the Eagles’ leading receiver for the second straight season, finishing with 45 receptions that resulted in 511 yards and two touchdowns … He opened the season with a bang … He had 12 catches for 120 yards in the opener at the University of Mary and followed that with a monster game against Angelo State … Against the Rams, he had five catches for 159 yards and a TD … He also returned a kickoff for a 94-yard touchdown … Although his numbers went down once defense’s started focusing on him, he remained consistent and recorded a catch in every game he played in … He had three of the Eagles’ four-longest plays of the season all went for over 50 yards – and he had 15 plays of over 20 yards … He was named to the RMAC AllConference Third Team and was All-Nebraska honorable mention. 2010: Had a sterling redshirt freshman season, leading the team with 455 yards receiving and tying for the team lead with five touchdowns … He started 10 of 11 games and was consistent, making at least two catches in 10 games … His best day came against Adams State when he had 83 yards on four receptions, including a career long 63-yarder. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Led Mount Carmel with 40 tackles in 2008 ... Also ran for 169 yards and a touchdown ... Returned 11 kicks for 313 yards in addition to his duties as a defensive back … Was named the sophomore of the year. Personal: A sports and recreation education major … Son of Heather Ross and Jerry Garret … Has eight brothers and sisters … Born April 28.

ZDefensive ach Sandstrom End | Jr. | 6-1 | 265

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Chadron, Neb./Chadron n 2012 RMAC All-Academic First Team n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2012: He started the first seven games of the season and played in the remaining five as a valuable member of the defensive line … He finished with 22 total tackles … Had two games where he finished with four tackles … The starting defensive end … “He’s a hard worker and I’m looking for big things from him,” Larson said. … He was named to the RMAC All-Academic First Team. 2011: He played in nine of 11 games and he was productive – finishing with 13 total tackles, four tackles for loss and half a sack … One of the smartest players on the team and was placed on the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2010: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: A first-team Class C-1 all-stater who was placed on the offensive line by the Lincoln Journal Star and Huskerland Prep

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and in the defensive line by the Omaha World-Herald … Played tackle on offense and end on defense … He made 35 unassisted and 56 assisted tackles, had 8.5 quarterback sacks and 19.5 tackles for losses as a senior … The Cardinals were 29-3 during his three years as a starter … Also was the school’s heavyweight wrestler and qualified for the state tournament two years, and threw the shot more than 49-10 ½ feet in 2010. Personal: His brother Mike was an offensive lineman for the Eagles … A math and physical education major with a 3.94 GPA … Son of Rob and JoAnn … His sister’s name is Maddie … Born Nov. 4.

CSafety lint Sasse | Sr. | 5-11 | 210

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Martin, S.D./Bennett County

ADefensive lex Sleep 52 Back | R-Fr. | 6-5 | 185 Breckenridge, Colo./Summit

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: Named all-conference first team and was an academic all-state selection for Summit High … He played defensive back, tight end and wide receiver … Also placed lacrosse and track and field. Personal: Son of Greg and Claudia … Has a brother, Ian … Majoring in rangeland management and has a 3.5 GPA … Born Feb. 22.

ZPunter ach Smith | R-Fr. | 6-0 | 192

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Gering, Neb./WNCC/Gering 2012: Another valuable member of the Eagles’ strong defensive secondary … He played in 12 games, starting two of them, and has appeared in 33 games in his Clint Sasse’s Career Statistics career … He finished with ----Tackles---31 total stops, including four Year G UA A Total TFL-Yds PD 2010 11 13 30 43 0.5-2 1 tackles for loss … “He’s a 2011 10 16 21 37 0.5-3 0 great teammate,” Larson said. 2012 12 12 19 31 4.0-11 1 TOTAL 33 41 70 111 5.0-16 2 “He gives you everything he has and he does a great job in his spot.” … He had a season-high 10 tackles in the Eagles’ win at Adams State … Also plays on a majority of the special teams. 2011: A hard-working safety who generally makes his presence felt in the defensive backfield … He played in 10 games, starting two, and had 37 tackles and two forced fumbles … He had at least two tackles in every game he played in. 2010: Played in all 11 games, starting nine of them, in his first season … Finished with the sixth-most tackles (43) on the team … Was also a good special teams player … Recorded a career-high 11 stops against Colorado State University-Pueblo … He also broke up a pass and recovered a fumble that led to a TD. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Did several things well for Bennett County ... Ran for 1,275 yards and 15 touchdowns and caught 15 passes for 160 yards and two touchdowns ... Also threw for 278 yards and four touchdowns on just seven completions ... On special teams he had eight kickoff returns for 364 yards (45.5 average) and one touchdown ... Also returned six punts for 125 yards (29.2 yards) and a TD ... On defense he made 50 total tackles, forced two fumbles, grabbed two interceptions and scored three defensive TDs ... Was named the Class 11B All-State First Team tailback and an Argus Leader Elite 45 Selection ... Also selected to the West River All-Conference First Team at tailback and linebacker and he was the Sports Buzzard 11B Player of the Year ... Earned all-conference honors at defensive back three times and he was twice named all-state at running back … Was a varsity letter winner all four years of high school. Personal: Majoring in health and physical education and has a 3.1 GPA … Son of Kevin and Joni … Has three brothers, Coy, Jake and Joey … Born Oct. 11.

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2013: Joined the team in the spring and could develop into its punter. Before CSC: Attended WNCC for a year and played baseball for a semester. High School: An all-around athlete at Gering High, where he earned all-conference in both football and basketball and was an excellent American Legion baseball player … As a senior in 2011, Smith caught 29 passes for 380 yards, took part in 45 tackles and intercepted five passes … He also was the Bulldogs’ punter and was fifth in Class B in punting average … As a high school basketball player, Smith averaged 17.4 points and made 86 of 102 free throws for 84.3 percent his senior year in 2011-12 … He was named all-region … He was also named the Star-Herald’s Baseball Player of the Year in 2012. Personal: Son of Gary and Crystal Smith…Has a sister, Zoee … Born Sept. 11.

DRight aniel Sotelo Guard | So. | 6-3 | 308

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Grand Island, Neb./G.I. Senior High

2012: A strong prospect who could have a bright future on the offensive line … Although he played in only three games, he’s projected to start at right guard in 2013 … “He’s a competitor and he loves being an Eagle,” Long said. “He has a ton of potential.” … Daniel is one of the strongest members of the team, squatting 615 pounds and bench pressing 380 … Also competed in the throwing events for the track and field team. 2011: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: Came to the U.S. when he was a fifth grader … Became a starter his senior year after playing behind two players who


were on college rosters his junior year … He was first-team Heartland Conference, earned honorable mention all-state and played in the Shrine Bowl … He joined the wrestling team in early January 2011 after the Islanders’ heavyweight was injured … He had never wrestled previously, but won the district tourney championship and then placed third at the state tourney … At state, he lost his first match, then won five in a row. Personal: Son of Rosa Torres and Noel Sotelo … His sister’s name is Maritza … Born Sept. 8.

AReceiver usten Stephens | Jr. | 6-3 | 240

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Lincoln, Neb./Lincoln North Star n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2010 Offensive Service Team MVP

2012: Developed into a strong option at inside receiver throughout the course of the season … He’s more of a traditional tight end and ended the season with 10 receptions for 68 yards and a TD … He scored his first career touchdown against Black Hills State and had a career-high three catches against Colorado Mesa … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Played sparingly in three games … An RMAC All-Academic honorable mention. 2010: Had a great redshirt season, culminating in being named the Offensive Service Team MVP. High School: He led Lincoln North Star in receptions in 2009 and earned honorable mention from the Omaha World-Herald and Lincoln Journal Star … A two-time letter winner and team captain … Also was the catcher for the North Star baseball team in the spring and played in Legion ball, as well. Personal: Has a 3.48 GPA in biology … He plays the piano … Son of Nelson and Kay Stevens and Michael Winkle and Kathryn Witte … His siblings are Allison and Aaron … Born March 19.

HLinebacker ank Strauss | Jr. | 6-0 | 215

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Aztec, N.M./Cabrillo College/Aztec

2013: Joined the Eagles in January and had a productive spring … “He came in during the spring semester and really fit into our program,” Larson said. “He should give us great depth at linebacker.” Before CSC: Transferred Cabrillo College at Aptos, Calif., where he had played linebacker the past two years … He started 10 games and made the All-Coast conference team as a sophomore. High School: A three-time all-conference and two-time all-state player at Aztec … He was also the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2010 and played in an all-star game. Personal: Son of Eddy and Anny … Born July 15.

TSafety relan Taylor | Sr. | 5-10 | 203

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Spring Valley, Calif./Helix Charter n 2013 Preseason All-American & Preseason All-RMAC n 2012 AP Little All-America First Team n 2012 Daktronics D-II All-America Second Team n 2012 Football Gazette All-America Third Team n 2012 All-RMAC First Team & All-Nebraska D-II First Team

2013: Named a preseason All-American by three publications (USA College Football, College Football America and Beyond Sports Network) … He was also placed Trelan Taylor’s Career Statistics on the RMAC Preseason All ----Tackles---Year G UA A Total Int-Yds PD Conference Team. 2010 11 18 7 25 2-42 6 2012: No doubt about it, 2011 11 27 21 48 0-0 7 Trelan had one of the most 2012 12 34 40 74 8-107 9 TOTAL 34 79 68 147 10-149 22 productive seasons in recent memory at CSC … He was named the Nebraska Division II Player of the Week four times … He finished with the third-most tackles on the team (74) and he added eight interceptions, nine passes defended and two forced fumbles … He had two interceptions in two different games and ended the season with at least one pick in four straight contests … “He’s a great leader and guys look up to him,” Larson said. “He plays the middle of the field as well as anyone I’ve ever seen.” … He had his strongest game against nationally-ranked CSU-Pueblo … He had 14 tackles and two interceptions … He averaged 13.4 yards on his interception returns and scored a TD against Western State … He also returned punts, averaging 12.2 yards each return … He returned a punt a school record 86 yards for a TD against Black Hills State … Following the season, he was named an All-American by a bevy of publications, including Daktronics and Don Hansen’s Football Gazette … He was also placed on the AP Little All-American First Team – the first CSC player to be honored since Danny Woodhead … For his career, he’s played in 34 games … He’s started 29 of them … He was also a team captain. 2011: Started all 11 games for the Eagles in the defensive backfield … Finished fourth on the team in total tackles (48) and had the most pass break-ups (7) … Is one of the team’s leaders … He got better as the season progressed, finishing with 15 tackles and four pass breakups in the final three games … Named to All-Nebraska First Team following the season … He also returned punts and averaged 7.4 yards per return … Also plays on the Eagles’ special teams. 2010: A versatile player who excelled during his first season in the defensive backfield … Played in all 11 games, starting six of them … Finished with 25 total tackles and broke up six passes … Also returned 23 punts, averaging 8.3 yards a return and added six kickoff returns for 17.2 yards. 2009: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Joined high school teammate Jojo Phillips in the Eagles’ 2009 recruiting class ... Starred in the defensive backfield for the Scottie football team, making three interceptions … Also played wide receiver. Personal: A communications major … Son of Mona Lawrence … First name is pronounced Tree-lyn ... Born Feb. 5 … Has 11 brothers and sisters … His brother, Elliot, competed in the sprints at the University of Arizona.

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AWide ntonio Thompson Receiver | Jr. | 5-7 | 185

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Savannah, Ga./Jenkins n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2012: Appeared in three games as an alternate wide receiver and special teams player … “He had a great spring,” Long said. “He’s a hard worker and he’ll continue to find his role.” … Tested well during spring conditioning drills and is among the strongest players pound-forpound on the team. 2011: Played in six games but didn’t record any statistics … An RMAC All-Academic honorable mention selection. 2010: Redshirted during his first season at CSC. High School: Became acquainted with Chadron State after assistant coach Chris Stein talked to him at a camp in Georgia … He then made a visit to the campus and felt at home … Played wide receiver but his high school team rarely passed … On defense, he had 29 tackles and broke up two passes … Also played basketball and ran the 200 meters in track. Personal: Son of Phillip and Marilyn Thompson … A sports and recreational management major with a 3.0 GPA … He enjoys to read in his spare time … Born Aug. 26 … Has five siblings: Erin, Sean, Phillip Jr., Yusef and Kenny.

AOffensive nthony Valdez 74 Line | R-Fr. | 6-4 | 280 Cheyenne, Wyo./Cheyenne East

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State. High School: Had a solid prep career playing on the offensive line at Cheyenne East … He was named to the Casper Star-Tribune’s Super 25 team and he played in the Shrine Bowl … He was also named all-state and all-conference. Personal: Son of Sheri Cisco and Anthony Valdez … Has five siblings … Born Oct. 25.

KWide yle Vinich Receiver | So. | 6-6 | 212

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Casper, Wyo./Casper Natrona n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2012: He was the primary backup to Nathan Ross and had seven receptions for 65 yards in 11 games played … He also scored two TDs … “He’s a great worker,” Long said. … Because of his height, he is a valuable red zone option … He also had two special teams tackles … Following the football season, he started 20 of 22 games for the men’s basketball team … He was the Eagles’ fourth-leading scorer

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at 7.3 points per game … He also averaged 5.3 rebounds … Named to the RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State … He started 20 of 24 games for the men’s basketball team that qualified for the RMAC playoffs … He averaged 2.6 points and 2.3 rebounds. High School: He and high school teammate Cole Montgomery came to CSC after they helped Natrona win the 4A state title … He had 45 receptions for 709 yards and 11 TDs … Also had 13 solo tackles, 15 assisted tackles, three interceptions and seven pass breakups … He was placed on the Casper Star-Tribune’s Super 25 Team … Also a talented jumper for the Natrona track and field team, finishing sixth at the state meet in the long jump (20-10 ¾) and the triple jump (42-8 ¾) as a junior. Personal: Son of Chris and Dayna … Has two sisters, Madison and Courtney … Has a 3.11 GPA in business administration … Born Jan. 28.

JDefensive ake Weber 90 Line | R-Fr. | 6-2 | 255

Rapid City, S.D./Augustana/RC Central

2013: A transfer from Augustana, who joined the Eagles in January … “He had a good spring and he’s very strong,” Larson said. “He showed us he’ll figure into the rotation at defensive line.” Before CSC: He redshirted at Augustana. High School: He had an outstanding career at Rapid City Central … He was a three-year starter and a three-year defensive captain while playing at linebacker for the Cobblers … He earned all-conference twice and was all-state his senior year, when he also played in the South Dakota all-star game … He participated in 245 tackles during his career … Also wrestled in high school. Personal: Son of Robert and Susan Weber … Has a 3.07 GPA in biology … Born March 22.


POffensive almer White 71 Line | R-Fr. | 6-5 | 265 Denver, Colo./Horizon

TSafety yler Wright | Sr. | 5-10 | 195

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Arvada, Colo./Arvada West n 2012 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2011 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll n 2010 RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State … Originally came to CSC as a tight end but has developed into an excellent offensive line prospect. High School: A big tight end who primarily blocked in high school … He had six receptions for 96 yards and a touchdown and he added 10 pancake blocks … He also played on the offensive line and at fullback at Horizon High, where he was named all-conference and all-region. Personal: A business major … Son of Bobbi and Calvin … Has two siblings … Born June 5.

RSafety yan Wood | R-Fr. | 6-1 | 180

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Stockton, Calif./A.A. Stagg n 2012 Defensive Service Team MVP

2012: Redshirted during his first season at Chadron State … Named the Defensive Service Team MVP at the team’s postseason banquet … “He should become a big-time contributor for us,” Larson said. High School: Caught 44 passes for 722 yards and 12 touchdowns … On defense, he accounted for 71 tackles, three interceptions and broke up eight passes … He was a three-time first team all-league choice and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds … He was also his high school team’s MVP. Personal: Son of Brian Wood and Denise Champion … Has six brothers and sisters … Born Aug. 19.

2012: Appeared in all 12 of the Eagles’ games, recording 18 total tackles … He had a season-high three tackles in back-to-back weeks against CSU-Pueblo and Black Hills State … “He’s a great special teams player for us,” Larson said. Tyler Wright’s Career Statistics “Defensively, he can play ----Tackles---every position in the second- Year G UA A Total Int-Yds FF 2010 10 6 2 8 0-0 0 ary and that’s important to 2011 6 4 0 4 0-0 1 us.” … Named to the RMAC 2012 12 7 11 18 0-0 0 TOTAL 28 17 13 30 0-0 1 All-Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Played in the first six games of the season but missed the final five after suffering an injury … He’s back to full strength now and is expected to contribute to the defensive backfield and special teams … He made four tackles and forced a fumble in the opening six games … An RMAC All-Academic honorable mention selection. 2010: Had a productive fall, appearing in 10 games and making eight tackles … He was a special teams stalwart. 2009: Redshirted during his first year at CSC. High School: Finished with 45 total tackles, three interceptions and blocked a field goal while helping Arvada West end 2008 with a 7-4 record ... Named to the Big 8 League First Team. Personal: A business major with a 3.56 GPA … Son of Michael and Jacque … Born May 16.

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2012 Chadron State Football Review Game-by-Game--------------------------------------------------------------

#4 Montana State 33, CSC 6 Aug. 30 at Bozeman, Mont. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Chadron State Montana State

3 0 3 0 - 6 6 13 7 7 - 33

CSC MSU 9 25 28-100 44-214 35 187 24-9-0 41-30-1 52-135 85-401 0-0 0-0 1-8 5-71 3-52 2-63 1-4 0-0 10-37.2 3-39.7 1-0 2-1 9-75 5-55 24:41 35:19 1 of 14 11 of 17 0 of 0 1 of 3 1-1 5-7 0-0 2-13 Record: (0-1) Record: (1-0)

Scoring Summary First Quarter MSU - Tray Robinson 5 yd pass from DeNarius McGhee (Trevor Bolton kick blockd) CSC - Alex Ferdinand 22 yd field goal, 4-5 1:00, CSC 3 - MSU 6 Second Quarter MSU - Tiai Salanoa 5 yd pass from DeNarius McGhee (Trevor Bolton kick blockd) MSU - Jon Ellis 2 yd pass from DeNarius McGhee (Trevor Bolton kick) Third Quarter CSC - Alex Ferdinand 38 yd field goal MSU - Jon Ellis 3 yd pass from DeNarius McGhee (Trevor Bolton kick) Fourth Quarter MSU - Orenzo Davis 4 yd run (Trevor Bolton kick) RUSHING: Chadron State-Glen Clinton 11-61; Michael Madkins 7-24; Dominic Morris 7-16; Nathan Ross 1-12; Jonn Mclain 2-minus 13. Montana State-Cody Kirk 15-91; Orenzo Davis 16-63; DeNarius McGhee 6-34; Shawn Johnson 5-24; Tray Robinson 1-2; TEAM 1-0. PASSING: Chadron State-Jonn Mclain 6-19-0-21; Brandon Gorsuch 3-5-0-14. Montana State-DeNarius McGhee 29-40-1-176; Jake Bleskin 1-1-0-11. RECEIVING: Chadron State-Michael Madkins 3-5; Chapman Ham 2-16; Dominic Morris 2-1; Cody Roes 1-10; Nathan Ross 1-3. Montana StateTanner Bleskin 6-46; Jon Ellis 5-32; Tray Robinson 5-14; B. Flotkoetter 4-37; Everett Gilbert 3-20; Tiai Salanoa 2-20; Cody Kirk 2-7; Orenzo Davis 2-0; David Dash 1-11. INTERCEPTIONS: Chadron State-Conor Casey 1-4. FUMBLES: Chadron State-Glen Clinton 1-0. Montana State-Shawn Johnson 1-1; Orenzo Davis 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Montana State-Zach Minter 1-1; C. Schreibeis 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): Chadron State-Pierre Etchemendy 7-3; Lane Haller 8-1; Bryce Huebner 6-2; Kevin Lindholm 5-3; Keifer Burke 5-2; Shea Koch 4-2; Dylan Furrier 5-0; Conor Casey 4-0; Kyle McCarthy 3-1.

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CSC 19, Angelo State 7 Sept. 8 at San Angelo, Texas FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Chadron State Angelo State

0 13 6 0 - 19 0 0 7 0 - 7

CSC ASU 19 20 43-185 35-139 93 170 21-13-0 33-20-1 64-278 68-309 0-0 0-0 1-5 2-19 2-41 2-34 1-41 0-0 7-32.9 5-30.4 0-0 3-3 9-74 7-78 31:25 28:35 5 of 13 4 of 13 0 of 1 2 of 4 3-4 1-3 1-7 0-0 Record: (1-1) Record: (1-1)

Scoring Summary Second Quarter CSC - Jonn Mclain 2 yd run (Patrick O’Boyle pass failed) CSC - Allan Schmaltz 12 yd pass from Jonn Mclain (Alex Ferdinand kick) Third Quarter ASU - C.J. Akins 24 yd pass from Blake Hamblin (Jarred Martin kick) CSC - Glen Clinton 2 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick failed) RUSHING: Chadron State-Glen Clinton 17-117; Dominic Morris 12-36; Michael Madkins 7-24; Jonn Mclain 5-11; TEAM 2-minus 3. Angelo State-Jermie Calhoun 24-96; Blake Hamblin 8-42; Donavan Roberts 3-1. PASSING: Chadron State-Jonn Mclain 13-21-0-93. Angelo State-Blake Hamblin 20-33-1-170. RECEIVING: Chadron State-Chapman Ham 4-49; Travis Reeves 2-11; Nathan Ross 2-3; Allan Schmaltz 1-12; Michael Madkins 1-12; Dylon Rinaldo 1-11; Brandon Gorsuch 1-minus 2; Glen Clinton 1-minus 3. Angelo State-D. Pecikonis 6-73; Jermie Calhoun 6-32; C.J. Akins 5-50; Alex Young 1-8; Joey Knight 1-7; Donavan Roberts 1-0. INTERCEPTIONS: Chadron State-Conor Casey 1-41. FUMBLES: Angelo State-Paul Mason 1-1; D. Pecikonis 1-1; Jermie Calhoun 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Chadron State-Kevin Lindholm 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Chadron State-Kevin Lindholm 5-6; Dylan Furrier 5-4; Shea Koch 2-6; Bryce Huebner 1-7; Trelan Taylor 5-1; Jan Karlos Medina 3-3; Conor Casey 3-2; Bryant Miller 2-3; Lane Haller 1-4.


CSC 41, Colorado Mesa 30 Sept. 15 at Grand Junction, Colo. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Chadron State Colorado Mesa

14 14 0 13 - 41 14 6 7 3 - 30

CSC CMU 31 15 46-228 39-190 324 108 40-30-1 16-7-1 86-552 55-298 0-0 0-0 3-63 0-0 4-102 5-159 1-0 1-75 3-34.3 7-36.0 1-1 0-0 11-61 5-64 35:16 24:34 11 of 17 3 of 12 0 of 1 0 of 0 4-5 3-4 1-2 0-0 Record: (2-1,1-0 RMAC) Record: (0-3,0-1 RMAC)

Scoring Summary First Quarter CSC - Cody Roes 6 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Cody Roes 18 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Alex Ferdinand kick) CMU - J. Cimolino 4 yd run (A. Zemezonak kick) CMU - A. Rodriguez 69 yd pass from D. Cisco (A. Zemezonak kick) Second Quarter CSC - Glen Clinton 5 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Michael Madkins 2 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) CMU - M. Brady 75 yd interception return (A. Zemezonak kick failed) Third Quarter CMU - D. Cisco 2 yd run (A. Zemezonak kick) Fourth Quarter CMU - A. Zemezonak 17 yd field goal CSC - Nathan Ross 37 yd pass from Jonn McLain (pass failed) CSC - Nathan Ross 54 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) RUSHING: Chadron State-Michael Madkins 13-97; Glen Clinton 22-96; Dominic Morris 6-29; Jonn McLain 4-6; Alex Rodriguez 1-0. Colorado Mesa-D. Cisco 17-88; J. Cimolino 17-67; T. Sua 2-29; D. Hubbard 2-8; J. Haferman 1-minus 2. PASSING: Chadron State-Jonn McLain 30-40-1-324. Colorado Mesa-D. Cisco 6-14-1-109; J. Haferman 1-2-0-minus 1. RECEIVING: Chadron State-Nathan Ross 7-143; Cody Roes 6-76; Chapman Ham 4-29; Glen Clinton 3-20; Austen Stephens 3-7; Travis Reeves 1-11; Allan Schmaltz 1-11; Kyle Vinich 1-11; Danny O’Boyle 1-9; Brandon Gorsuch 1-5; Michael Madkins 1-2; Alex Rodriguez 1-0. Colorado Mesa-A. Zemezonak 2-29; D. Holder 2-8; J. Cimolino 2-2; A. Rodriguez 1-69. INTERCEPTIONS: Chadron State-Lane Haller 1-0. Colorado Mesa-M. Brady 1-75. FUMBLES: Chadron State-Dominic Morris 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Chadron State-Kevin Lindholm 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Chadron State-Trelan Taylor 2-8; Kevin Lindholm 2-5; Pierre Etchemendy 1-6; Keifer Burke 4-2; Shea Koch 3-3; Bryce Huebner 2-4; Jan Karlos Medina 1-4.

CSC 45, Western State 7 Sept. 22 at Chadron, Neb. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Western State Chadron State

0 0 0 7 - 7 14 21 10 0 - 45

WSCU CSC 11 21 42-106 38-129 79 224 22-7-4 26-21-0 64-185 64-353 1-0 0-0 2-27 2-22 5-93 2-25 0-0 4-113 6-41.3 4-48.0 1-0 2-2 8-75 5-52 31:22 28:38 5 of 17 9 of 16 1 of 3 0 of 0 1-1 3-3 0-0 1-3 Record (0-4, 0-2 RMAC) Record: (3-1, 2-0 RMAC)

Scoring Summary First Quarter CSC - Trelan Taylor 38 yd interception return (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Lane Haller 37 yd interception return (Ferdinand kick) Second Quarter CSC - Nathan Ross 18 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) CSC - Kyle Vinich 12 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) CSC - Dominic Morris 19 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) Third Quarter CSC - Alex Ferdinand 47 yd field goal CSC - Andrew Rios 19 yd pass from Patrick O’Boyle (Ferdinand kick) Fourth Quarter WSCU - Lukas Adams 11 yd pass from Brian Duboski (Steven Ballard kick) RUSHING: Western State-Bradey Gasaway 9-49; Germaine Daniels 13-36; Justin Walton 8-16; Chase Yaeger 5-15; Kyle Motal 4-2; Mark Jones 1-minus 1; Brian Duboski 1-minus 2; Benjamin Kirkwood 1-minus 9. Chadron State-Michael Madkins 10-47; Donnie Butler 5-30; Glen Clinton 8-17; Jonn McLain 2-16; Patrick O’Boyle 4-8; Dominic Morris 8-8; Alex Rodriguez 1-3. PASSING: Western State-Brian Duboski 5-13-2-59; Kyle Motal 2-9-220. Chadron State-Jonn McLain 15-19-0-172; Patrick O’Boyle 6-7-0-52. RECEIVING: Western State-Benjamin Kirkwood 2-20; Chase Yaeger 1-21; Germaine Daniels 1-12; Lukas Adams 1-11; LA McGee 1-8; Jesse McConnell 1-7. Chadron State-Cody Roes 4-48; Travis Reeves 4-34; Chapman Ham 2-20; Kyle Vinich 2-18; Brandon Gorsuch 2-16; Glen Clinton 2-11; Andrew Rios 1-19; Nathan Ross 1-18; Allan Schmaltz 1-10; Isacc Holscher 1-7; Nolan Britain 1-4; Dominic Morris 0-19. INTERCEPTIONS: Western State-None. Chadron State-Trelan Taylor 1-38; Courtland Joshua 1-38; Lane Haller 1-37; Bryce Huebner 1-0. FUMBLES: Western State-Mark Jones 1-0. Chadron State-Donnie Butler 2-2. SACKS (UA-A): Western State-Adam Turner 1-0. Chadron StateBryant Miller 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Chadron State-Bryce Huebner 4-5; Trelan Taylor 4-1; Kevin Lindholm 3-2; Jan Karlos Medina 2-3; Keifer Burke 3-1.

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CSC 23, Adams State 21 Sept. 29 at Alamosa, Colo. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Chadron State Adams State

3 13 0 7 - 23 0 0 8 13 - 21

CSC ASU 23 16 54-224 47-143 179 203 20-10-0 23-18-0 74-403 70-346 1-24 0-0 3-57 3-26 1-23 3-69 0-0 0-0 8-35.6 9-47.2 1-1 1-1 3-25 9-93 33:46 26:14 6 of 17 6 of 18 0 of 0 1 of 1 3-4 1-2 1-3 3-10 Record: (4-1,2-1 RMAC) Record: (3-2,1-2 RMAC)

Scoring Summary First Quarter CSC - Alex Ferdinand 32 yd field goal Second Quarter CSC - Nathan Ross 84 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) CSC - Michael Madkins 6 yd pass from Jonn McLain (kick failed) Third Quarter ASU - Justin Juda 8 yd run (James Ackel rush) Fourth Quarter ASU - Scott Kellogg 40 yd pass from T. Eggleston (rush failed) CSC - Cody Roes 9 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Alex Ferdinand kick) ASU - Ron Gaudin 30 yd pass from T. Eggleston (David Van Voris kick) RUSHING: Chadron State-Glen Clinton 31-198; Michael Madkins 9-41; Dominic Morris 5-7; TEAM 2-minus 10; Jonn McLain 7-minus 12. Adams State-T. Eggleston 9-47; Justin Juda 9-39; Michael Carl 12-36; Justin Kauffman 3-27; D. Matthews 7-14; Ron Gaudin 2-minus 3; Cody Davies 2-minus 3; Chaz Butler 2-minus 7; Scott Kellogg 1-minus 7. PASSING: Chadron State-Jonn McLain 10-20-0-179. Adams State-T. Eggleston 10-10-0-153; Cody Davies 5-9-0-20; Justin Juda 3-4-0-30. RECEIVING: Chadron State-Nathan Ross 3-116; Chapman Ham 2-32; Cody Roes 2-14; Travis Reeves 1-9; Michael Madkins 1-6; Dominic Morris 1-2. Adams State-Scott Kellogg 5-75; Ron Gaudin 5-44; Harry Adjei 2-34; Drew Edwards 2-31; Jamar Brown 1-18; JB Hall 1-2; Chaz Butler 1-0; Michael Carl 1-minus 1. INTERCEPTIONS: Chadron State-None. Adams State-None. FUMBLES: Chadron State-Michael Madkins 1-1. Adams State-Chaz Butler 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Chadron State-Kyle Hinton 0-1; Kyle McCarthy 0-1. Adams State-Brent Lush 0-1; Steve Wilson 1-0; Derek Mathiason 0-1; Taylor Mouser 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Chadron State-Kevin Lindholm 3-16; Shea Koch 2-14; Clint Sasse 4-6; Trelan Taylor 2-6; Keifer Burke 0-8; Lane Haller 2-5; Kyle Hinton 0-7; Kyle McCarthy 0-7; Bryant Miller 0-6.

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#2 CSU-Pueblo 45, CSC 38 Oct. 6 at Pueblo, Colo. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Chadron State CSU-Pueblo

14 7 10 7 0 - 38 0 16 15 7 7 - 45

CSC CSUP 22 30 39-281 45-312 171 262 32-23-1 30-18-3 71-452 75-574 1-6 0-0 2-9 1-6 4-82 7-123 3-19 1-9 3-43.0 2-50.0 2-1 3-1 7-44 6-50 29:28 30:32 6 of 12 7 of 14 0 of 1 2 of 2 4-5 6-7 2-17 0-0 Record: (4-2,3-1 RMAC) Record: (6-0,4-0 RMAC)

Scoring Summary First Quarter CSC - Chapman Ham 22 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Glen Clinton 3 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) Second Quarter CSUP - Greg O’Donnell 24 yd field goal CSC - Chapman Ham 4 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) CSUP - Paul Browning 17 yd pass from Ross Dausin (O’Donnell kick) CSUP - Ross Dausin 1 yd run (Greg O’Donnell kick failed) Third Quarter CSC - Glen Clinton 7 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSUP - J.B. Mathews 32 yd run (Greg O’Donnell kick) CSC - Alex Ferdinand 21 yd field goal CSUP - C. McDondle 13 yd run (Ross Dausin rush) Fourth Quarter CSC - Michael Madkins 47 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSUP - Ross Dausin 1 yd run (Greg O’Donnell kick) Overtime CSUP - C. McDondle 8 yd run (Greg O’Donnell kick) RUSHING: Chadron State-Glen Clinton 29-205; Michael Madkins 2-49; Jonn McLain 4-27; Dominic Morris 2-6; TEAM 2-minus 6. CSU-PuebloJ.B. Mathews 17-174; C. McDondle 12-97; Chris Ashe 9-43; Ross Dausin 7-minus 2. PASSING: Chadron State-Jonn McLain 23-32-1-171. CSU-PuebloRoss Dausin 18-30-3-262. RECEIVING: Chadron State-Chapman Ham 6-57; Nathan Ross 4-11; Michael Madkins 3-5; Glen Clinton 2-37; Travis Reeves 2-18; Austen Stephens 2-10; Cody Roes 2-8; Danny O’Boyle 1-17; Allan Schmaltz 1-8. CSU-Pueblo-Josh Sandoval 5-76; Pfannenschmid 4-48; J.B. Mathews 2-55; Paul Browning 2-44; Chris Ashe 2-16; M. Williamson 2-4; Deontrae Cooper 1-19. INTERCEPTIONS: Chadron State-Trelan Taylor 2-19; Conor Casey 1-0. CSU-Pueblo-Mark Sterling 1-9. SACKS (UA-A): Chadron State-Jan Karlos Medina 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Chadron State-Trelan Taylor 7-7; Kevin Lindholm 3-8; Shea Koch 3-4; Bryant Miller 2-5; Bryce Huebner 4-2.


CSC 62, Black Hills State 14 Oct. 13 at Chadron, Neb. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Black Hills Chadron State

7 7 0 0 - 14 21 14 7 20 - 62

BHSU CSC 15 25 33-76 39-187 207 394 39-22-2 35-29-1 72-283 74-581 0-0 0-0 1-19 6-154 5-94 2-56 1-3 2-53 9-40.7 2-28.5 1-1 2-1 7-74 11-97 30:34 29:26 5 of 17 6 of 13 1 of 3 2 of 2 2-2 7-7 0-0 2-20 Record: (1-5,1-4 RMAC) Record: (5-2,4-1 RMAC)

Scoring Summary First Quarter CSC - Jonn McLain 8 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Allan Schmaltz 23 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) BHSU - Daniel Hancock 13 yd pass from Ward Anderson (Rounds kick) CSC - Nathan Ross 80 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) Second Quarter BHSU - Ward Anderson 2 yd run (Devin Rounds kick) CSC - Glen Clinton 1 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Allan Schmaltz 18 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) Third Quarter CSC - Jonn McLain 3 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) Fourth Quarter CSC - Austen Stephens 16 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) CSC - Alex Ferdinand 32 yd field goal CSC - Trelan Taylor 86 yd punt return (Ferdinand kick) CSC - Alex Ferdinand 34 yd field goal RUSHING: Black Hills-Trent Butler 9-41; Bryar Desanti 15-27; Matt Rasmussen 2-5; Ward Anderson 7-3. Chadron State-Glen Clinton 15-89; Dominic Morris 8-35; Michael Madkins 5-34; Jonn McLain 5-22; Donnie Butler 3-5; Patrick O’Boyle 1-1; Cody Wilson 2-1. PASSING: Black Hills-Ward Anderson 22-39-2-207. Chadron StateJonn McLain 29-34-1-394; Patrick O’Boyle 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Black Hills-Daniel Hancock 11-100; Reed Reuman 5-29; Jeremy Woods 3-63; Bryar Desanti 2-10; Trent Butler 1-5. Chadron State-Allan Schmaltz 6-130; Cody Roes 6-37; Nathan Ross 5-98; Chapman Ham 5-33; Austen Stephens 2-38; Dylon Rinaldo 2-13; Kyle Vinich 1-20; Dominic Morris 1-16; Danny O’Boyle 1-9. INTERCEPTIONS: Black Hills-Joey Brown 1-3. Chadron State-Conor Casey 1-35; Bryce Huebner 1-18. SACKS (UA-A): Black Hills-None. Chadron State-Keifer Burke 0-2; Kevin Lindholm 0-2. TACKLES (UA-A): Chadron State-Bryce Huebner 6-3; Keifer Burke 4-5; Kevin Lindholm 3-6; Lane Haller 3-5; Shea Koch 2-6; Cole Montgomery 2-5; Bryant Miller 1-5; Pierre Etchemendy 4-1.

CSC 36, N.M. Highlands 33 Oct. 20 at Las Vegas, N.M. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Chadron State N.M. Highlands

0 10 10 16 - 36 10 10 3 10 - 33

CSC NMHU 30 21 33-79 24-86 381 319 65-37-1 51-33-1 98-460 75-405 0-0 0-0 3--7 4-16 2-22 3-61 1-0 1-0 4-47.2 7-32.7 2-2 4-2 10-100 12-128 36:10 23:50 6 of 20 3 of 16 1 of 4 0 of 0 5-6 4-4 6-23 2-13 Record: (6-2,5-1 RMAC) Record: (6-2,5-1 RMAC)

Scoring Summary First Quarter NMHU - L. Peterson 7 yd run (Z. Tapia kick) NMHU - Z. Tapia 49 yd field goal Second Quarter CSC - Cody Roes 3 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Alex Ferdinand 40 yd field goal NMHU - J. Webster 16 yd pass from E. Lewis (Z. Tapia kick) NMHU - Z. Tapia 42 yd field goal Third Quarter NMHU - Z. Tapia 40 yd field goal CSC - Alex Ferdinand 31 yd field goal CSC - Allan Schmaltz 18 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) Fourth Quarter NMHU - Z. Tapia 32 yd field goal CSC - Chapman Ham 25 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) CSC - Alex Ferdinand 34 yd field goal NMHU - K. Williams 20 yd pass from E. Lewis (Z. Tapia kick) CSC - Allan Schmaltz 21 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Kick failed) RUSHING: Chadron State-Glen Clinton 15-43; Danny O’Boyle 1-29; Michael Madkins 9-21; Alex Rodriguez 1-2; Jonn McLain 5-0; TEAM 1-minus 4; Josh Borm 1-minus 12. New Mexico Highlands-E. Lewis 1767; L. Peterson 4-18; W. Jacobs 3-1. PASSING: Chadron State-Jonn McLain 37-65-1-381. New Mexico Highlands-E. Lewis 33-51-1-319. RECEIVING: Chadron State-Chapman Ham 10-105; Glen Clinton 8-66; Nathan Ross 7-81; Allan Schmaltz 6-78; Danny O’Boyle 3-41; Kyle Vinich 1-5; Cody Roes 1-3; Austen Stephens 1-2. New Mexico Highlands-J. Webster 7-92; K. Williams 5-78; D. Bell 5-51; K. Reynolds 5-32; D. Johnson 5-27; W. Jacobs 3-17; D. Davis 2-14; V. Venegas 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: Chadron State-Cole Montgomery 1-0. New Mexico Highlands-E. Woods 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Chadron State-Keifer Burke 4-0; Jan Karlos Medina 1-0; Shea Koch 1-0. New Mexico Highlands-R. Salmon 2-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Chadron State-Keifer Burke 8-0; Bryant Miller 2-4; Cole Montgomery 5-0; Shea Koch 4-1; Kevin Lindholm 3-2.

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CSC 41, Western N.M. 23 Oct. 27 at Chadron, Neb. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Western N.M. Chadron State

3 14 6 0 - 23 7 13 0 21 - 41

WNMU CSC 20 25 36-125 37-313 299 226 43-24-2 29-20-0 79-424 66-539 0-0 0-0 1-41 1-17 6-119 6-133 0-0 2-19 3-46.3 2-33.5 2-1 2-2 9-83 7-86 31:44 28:16 4 of 16 5 of 12 2 of 4 0 of 1 4-5 3-3 0-0 2-4 Record: (4-5,3-4) Record: (7-2,6-1)

Scoring Summary First Quarter WNMU - Josh McIntire 22 yd field goal CSC - Kyle Vinich 7 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Alex Ferdinand kick) Second Quarter WNMU - John De La Rosa 6 yd run (Josh McIntire kick) CSC - Alex Ferdinand 35 yd field goal WNMU - Marquis Sumpter 37 yd pass from Mitch Glasmann (McIntire kick) CSC - Alex Ferdinand 40 yd field goal CSC - Chapman Ham 58 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) Third Quarter WNMU - Josh McIntire 23 yd field goal WNMU - Josh McIntire 27 yd field goal Fourth Quarter CSC - Michael Madkins 11 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Nathan Ross 32 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) CSC - Michael Madkins 38 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) RUSHING: Western N.M.-Abraham Macias 15-68; John De La Rosa 13-60; Mitch Glasmann 5-3; Tyler Perez 1-1; Antoine Young 2-minus 7. Chadron State-Glen Clinton 24-245; Michael Madkins 8-59; Chapman Ham 1-14; Jonn McLain 1-3; TEAM 3-minus 8. PASSING: Western N.M.-Mitch Glasmann 22-41-2-271; Donald Byrd 1-1-0-27; Kameron Drawhorn 1-1-0-1. Chadron State-Jonn McLain 20-29-0-226. RECEIVING: Western N.M.-Donald Byrd 9-94; Marquis Sumpter 5-89; Ronnell Pompey 3-50; Abraham Macias 3-33; Terron Sumpter 2-14; Tyler Perez 1-18; Dylan Contreras 1-1. Chadron State-Nathan Ross 6-62; Chapman Ham 3-65; Allan Schmaltz 3-21; Kyle Vinich 2-11; Glen Clinton 1-27; Danny O’Boyle 1-19; Brandon Gorsuch 1-12; Cody Roes 1-9; Dominic Morris 1-1; Michael Madkins 1-minus 1. INTERCEPTIONS: Western N.M.-None. Chadron State-Phil Rivera 1-10; Trelan Taylor 1-9. SACKS (UA-A): Western N.M.-None. Chadron State-Keifer Burke 0-1; Tau Ho Ching 1-0; Kevin Lindholm 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): Kevin Lindholm 9-8; Shea Koch 4-5.

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CSC 45, Fort Lewis 20 Nov. 3 at Durango, Colo. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Chadron State Fort Lewis

14 17 7 7 - 45 3 10 0 7 - 20

CSC FLCFB 18 15 39-178 42-194 241 99 23-16-1 25-15-2 62-419 67-293 0-0 0-0 3-21 0-0 2-60 3-37 2-41 1-23 4-42.0 4-37.5 2-0 3-2 14-121 3-35 27:48 32:12 6 of 13 3 of 13 0 of 0 1 of 2 4-5 4-4 4-25 1-5 Record: (8-2,7-1) Record: (0-9,0-8)

Scoring Summary First Quarter FLC - Steven Andrews 32 yd field goal CSC - Nathan Ross 48 yd pass from Chapman Ham (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Jonn McLain 4 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) Second Quarter FLC - Doyle Bode 6 yd pass from J. Fitzpatrick (Steven Andrews kick) FLC - Steven Andrews 22 yd field goal CSC - Glen Clinton 23 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Alex Ferdinand 36 yd field goal CSC - Nathan Ross 43 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) Third Quarter CSC - Glen Clinton 4 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) Fourth Quarter CSC - Michael Madkins 3 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) FLC - J. Fitzpatrick 3 yd run (Steven Andrews kick) RUSHING: Chadron State-Glen Clinton 14-109; Michael Madkins 8-37; Dominic Morris 6-14; Patrick O’Boyle 4-11; Alex Rodriguez 1-6; Donnie Butler 1-4; Jonn McLain 4-3; Brandon Gorsuch 1-minus 6. Fort LewisJosh Beacham 13-111; Van Gramann 14-68; J. Fitzpatrick 15-15. PASSING: Chadron State-Jonn McLain 11-15-1-137; Brandon Gorsuch 2-4-0-18; Patrick O’Boyle 2-3-0-38; Chapman Ham 1-1-0-48. Fort Lewis-J. Fitzpatrick 15-25-2-99. RECEIVING: Chadron State-Nathan Ross 6-130; Danny O’Boyle 2-32; Travis Reeves 2-18; Chapman Ham 2-6; Cody Roes 1-21; Brandon Gorsuch 1-13; Dominic Morris 1-11; Austen Stephens 1-10. Fort LewisJonathan Price 9-62; Doyle Bode 3-13; Jordan Benton 2-22; Amery Duncan 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Chadron State-Trelan Taylor 2-41. Fort Lewis-Mike Campbell 1-23. SACKS (UA-A): Chadron State-Keifer Burke 2-0; Shea Koch 1-0; Tau Ho Ching 0-1; Zach Sandstorm 0-1. Fort Lewis-Drew Smith 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Chadron State-Shea Koch 5-6; Bryce Huebner 2-5; Phil Rivera 4-2; Cole Montgomery 3-3; Kevin Lindholm 3-3; Keifer Burke 3-2; Trelan Taylor 2-3; Lane Haller 3-1; Clint Sasse 2-1.


#21 CSC 20, Colorado Mines 14 Nov. 10 at Chadron, Neb. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Colorado Mines Chadron State

0 0 7 7- 14 7 7 6 0 - 20

CSM CSC 17 20 35-152 46-134 132 177 29-14-2 19-13-1 64-284 65-311 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 3-25 2-30 1-0 2-0 3-40.3 4-32.8 0-0 5-1 5-50 4-44 26:15 33:45 6 of 15 6 of 13 1 of 5 1 of 1 2-3 1-1 1-8 3-18 Record: (6-5,4-5) Record: (9-2,8-1)

Scoring Summary First Quarter CSC - Glen Clinton 14 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Alex Ferdinand kick) Second Quarter CSC - Allan Schmaltz 24 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) Third Quarter CSC - Nathan Ross 29 yd pass from Jonn McLain (kick failed) CSM - Tevin Champagne 3 yd run (Avery Llewellyn kick) Fourth Quarter CSM - Matt Brown 10 yd run (Avery Llewellyn kick) RUSHING: Colorado Mines-Tevin Champagne 21-114; Matt Brown 13-39; David Pawelek 1-minus 1. Chadron State-Glen Clinton 22-122; Dominic Morris 14-52; Danny O’Boyle 1-2; TEAM 4-minus 21; Jonn McLain 5-minus 21. PASSING: Colorado Mines-Matt Brown 14-29-2-132. Chadron StateJonn McLain 13-19-1-177. RECEIVING: Colorado Mines-Tevin Champagne 6-21; Jerrod Doucet 4-71; David Pawelek 4-40. Chadron State-Nathan Ross 4-64; Chapman Ham 3-25; Glen Clinton 2-42; Cody Roes 2-20; Allan Schmaltz 1-24; Travis Reeves 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Colorado Mines-Ryan Wood 1-0. Chadron StateTrelan Taylor 1-0; Lane Haller 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Colorado Mines-Tyler Denson 1-0. Chadron StateKevin Lindholm 0-2; Shea Koch 1-0; Kyle Hinton 0-1; Tau Ho Ching 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): Kevin Lindholm 4-9; Cole Montgomery 4-2; Lane Haller 4-2; Shea Koch 3-2; Kyle Hinton 2-3; Bryce Huebner 1-3.

#16 WTAMU 38, #20 CSC 30 Nov. 17 at Chadron, Neb. FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards West Texas A&M Chadron State

WTAMU CSC 25 27 43-311 26-72 269 383 31-19-2 50-33-0 74-580 76-455 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-38 2-26 0-0 2-0 3-51.0 4-27.5 0-0 1-0 7-65 2-10 29:38 30:22 9 of 14 2 of 11 0 of 0 0 of 2 5-6 4-4 3-32 1-3

0 17 7 14 - 38 14 0 6 10 - 30

Scoring Summary First Quarter CSC - Jonn McLain 4 yd run (Alex Ferdinand kick) CSC - Dominic Morris 5 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) Second Quarter WTAMU - Khiry Robinson 10 yd run (Sergio Castillo kick) WTAMU - Jace Jackson 10 yd pass from Dustin Vaughan (Castillo kick) WTAMU - Sergio Castillo 25 yd field goal Third Quarter CSC - Alex Ferdinand 39 yd field goal CSC - Alex Ferdinand 46 yd field goal WTAMU - Khiry Robinson 4 yd run (Sergio Castillo kick) Fourth Quarter CSC - Alex Ferdinand 42 yd field goal WTAMU - Jace Jackson 10 yd pass from Dustin Vaughan (Castillo kick) WTAMU - Khiry Robinson 24 yd run (Sergio Castillo kick) CSC - Nathan Ross 4 yd pass from Jonn McLain (Ferdinand kick) RUSHING: West Texas A&M-Khiry Robinson 30-235; Dustin Vaughan 10-69; Geremy Alridge 1-10; TEAM 2-minus 3. Chadron State-Michael Madkins 11-54; Glen Clinton 9-48; Jonn McLain 6-minus 30. PASSING: West Texas A&M-Dustin Vaughan 19-31-2-269. Chadron State-Jonn McLain 32-49-0-331; Brandon Gorsuch 1-1-0-52. RECEIVING: West Texas A&M-Torrence Allen 7-142; Jace Jackson 4-41; Jarrian Rhone 2-58; Khiry Robinson 2-25; Nathan Slaughter 2-4; Sean Morris 1-2; Trevor Hammargren 1-minus 3. Chadron State-Nathan Ross 8-76; Cody Roes 6-71; Chapman Ham 6-66; Travis Reeves 4-74; Allan Schmaltz 3-38; Michael Madkins 2-34; Glen Clinton 2-18; Dominic Morris 1-5; Austen Stephens 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: West Texas A&M-None. Chadron State-Bryant Miller 1-0; Trelan Taylor 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): West Texas A&M-Kyle Voss 1-0; Aaron Wampler 1-0; Tyrell Higgins 1-0. Chadron State-Shea Koch 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Chadron State-Shea Koch 7-7; Kevin Lindholm 5-6; Conor Casey 8-1; Keifer Burke 2-5; Bryant Miller 2-4; Lane Haller 3-2; Trelan Taylor 1-4; Kyle Hinton 3-0; Cole Montgomery 2-1.

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2012 Chadron State Football Review Final Statistics---------------------------------------------------------------

Rushing

GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Glen Clinton 12 217 1368 18 1350 6.2 7 63 112.5 Michael Madkins 11 89 522 35 487 5.5 5 47 44.3 Dominic Morris 12 68 231 28 203 3.0 0 20 16.9 Donnie Butler 6 9 39 0 39 4.3 0 13 6.5 Danny O’Boyle 10 2 31 0 31 15.5 0 29 3.1 Patrick O’Boyle 11 9 24 4 20 2.2 0 7 1.8 Chapman Ham 12 1 14 0 14 14.0 0 14 1.2 Jonn McLain 12 50 135 123 12 0.2 5 13 1.0 Nathan Ross 12 1 12 0 12 12.0 0 12 1.0 Alex Rodriguez 12 4 11 0 11 2.8 0 6 0.9 Cody Wilson 1 2 5 4 1 0.5 0 5 1.0 Brandon Gorsuch 9 1 0 6 -6 -6.0 0 0 -0.7 Josh Borm 12 1 0 12 -12 -12.0 0 0 -1.0

Passing Jonn McLain Patrick O’Boyle Brandon Gorsuch Chapman Ham

G 12 11 9 12

Effic 150.53 171.45 130.56 833.20

Cmp-Att-Int 239-362-6 8-11-0 6-10-0 1-1-0

Pct 66.0 72.7 60.0 100.0

Yds 2606 90 84 48

Receiving G

TD 30 1 0 1

No. Yds Avg TD Long Nathan Ross 12 54 805 14.9 10 84 Chapman Ham 12 49 503 10.3 4 58 Cody Roes 12 32 317 9.9 4 25 Allan Schmaltz 12 23 332 14.4 6 48 Glen Clinton 12 21 218 10.4 1 28 Travis Reeves 10 17 177 10.4 0 52 Michael Madkins 11 12 63 5.2 1 17 Austen Stephens 11 10 68 6.8 1 22 Danny O’Boyle 10 9 127 14.1 0 25 Kyle Vinich 11 7 65 9.3 2 20 Dominic Morris 12 7 55 7.9 2 16 Brandon Gorsuch 9 6 44 7.3 0 13 Dylon Rinaldo 7 3 24 8.0 0 12 Andrew Rios 5 1 19 19.0 1 19 Isacc Holscher 2 1 7 7.0 0 7 Nolan Britain 2 1 4 4.0 0 4 Alex Rodriguez 12 1 0 0.0 0 0

Scoring

Lng 84 25 52 48

Avg/G 217.2 8.2 9.3 4.0

Avg/G 67.1 41.9 26.4 27.7 18.2 17.7 5.7 6.2 12.7 5.9 4.6 4.9 3.4 3.8 3.5 2.0 0.0

|------------------ PATs ------------------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Alex Ferdinand 0 16-19 46-50 0-0 0 0-0 0 Nathan Ross 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Glen Clinton 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Michael Madkins 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Allan Schmaltz 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Jonn McLain 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 Cody Roes 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Chapman Ham 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Kyle Vinich 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Trelan Taylor 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Dominic Morris 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Lane Haller 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Andrew Rios 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Austen Stephens 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Patrick O’Boyle 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0

Saf Points 0 94 0 60 0 48 0 36 0 36 0 30 0 24 0 24 0 12 0 12 0 12 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 0

Field Goals FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Alex Ferdinand

16-19

84.2

0-0

2-2

9-11

5-6

0-0

Kickoffs No. Yds Avg TB OB Josh Borm Alex Ferdinand

Punting

75 4

4499 60.0 253 63.2

24 0

6 2

No. Yds Avg Long TB FC Josh Borm 53 1971 37.2 61 6 2 Jonn McLain 1 28 28.0 28 0 0 Alex Ferdinand 1 34 34.0 34 1 0

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Team Statistics CSC OPP SCORING 406 285 Points Per Game 33.8 23.8 FIRST DOWNS 270 230 Rushing 103 112 Passing 129 100 Penalty 38 18 RUSHING YARDAGE 2110 2053 Yards gained rushing 2392 2301 Yards lost rushing 282 248 Rushing Attempts 468 465 Average Per Rush 4.5 4.4 Average Per Game 175.8 171.1 TDs Rushing 17 18 PASSING YARDAGE 2828 2339 Comp-Att-Int 254-384-6 227-383-21 Average Per Pass 7.4 6.1 Average Per Catch 11.1 10.3 Average Per Game 235.7 194.9 TDs Passing 32 17 TOTAL OFFENSE 4938 4392 Total Plays 852 848 Average Per Play 5.8 5.2 Average Per Game 411.5 366.0 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 32-652 47-915 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 25-349 20-226 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 21-290 6-110 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 20.4 19.5 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 14.0 11.3 INT RETURN AVERAGE 13.8 18.3 FUMBLES-LOST 21-11 20-12 PENALTIES-Yards 92-789 83-850 Average Per Game 65.8 70.8 PUNTS-Yards 55-2033 61-2454 Average Per Punt 37.0 40.2 Net punt average 29.7 32.0 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 30:45 29:14 3RD-DOWN Conversions 69/171 66/182 3rd-Down Pct 40% 36% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4/13 12/27 4th-Down Pct 31% 44% SACKS BY-Yards 24-125 12-81 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 52 36 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 16-19 12-13 ON-SIDE KICKS 1-1 2-3 RED-ZONE SCORES (42-48) 88% (38-48) 79% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (32-48) 67% (29-48) 60% PAT-ATTEMPTS (46-50) 92% (29-33) 88% ATTENDANCE 10156 40900 Games/Avg Per Game 5/2031 7/5843 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Chadron State 111 129 65 101 0 406 Opponents 43 93 67 75 7 285

Total Offense G Plays Rush Pass Total

Avg/G Jonn McLain 12 412 12 2606 2618 218.2 Glen Clinton 12 217 1350 0 1350 112.5 Michael Madkins 11 89 487 0 487 44.3 Dominic Morris 12 68 203 0 203 16.9 Patrick O’Boyle 11 20 20 90 110 10.0 Brandon Gorsuch 9 11 -6 84 78 8.7 Chapman Ham 12 2 14 48 62 5.2 Donnie Butler 6 9 39 0 39 6.5 Danny O’Boyle 10 2 31 0 31 3.1 Nathan Ross 12 1 12 0 12 1.0 Alex Rodriguez 12 4 11 0 11 0.9 Cody Wilson 1 2 1 0 1 1.0 Josh Borm 12 1 -12 0 -12 -1.0

Interceptions No. Yds Avg TD Long Trelan Taylor 8 107 13.4 1 38 Conor Casey 4 80 20.0 0 41 Lane Haller 3 37 12.3 1 37 Bryce Huebner 2 18 9.0 0 18 Bryant Miller 1 0 0.0 0 0 Phil Rivera 1 10 10.0 0 10 Courtland Joshua 1 38 38.0 0 38 Cole Montgomery 1 0 0.0 0 0


Punt Returns No. Yds Avg Trelan Taylor 22 Michael Madkins 2 Donnie Butler 1

269 68 12

12.2 34.0 12.0

TD Long 1 86 0 52 0 12

Kick Returns No. Yds Avg Nathan Ross 15 357 Michael Madkins 9 162 TEAM 2 0 Donnie Butler 2 43 Tre Brown 2 41 Jojo Phillips 1 10 Kyle Vinich 1 7 C. Montgomery 0 32

TD Long 23.8 0 48 18.0 0 29 0.0 0 0 21.5 0 25 20.5 0 31 10.0 0 10 7.0 0 7 0.0 0 32

Fumble Returns No. Yds Avg TD Long Josh Borm Keifer Burke

1 1

6 24

6.0 24.0

0 0

6 24

Defensive

|--------Tackles-------| |--TFL--| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |----Fumbles----| |----Blkd----| No. GP Solo Ast Tot Tot/Yds No.-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 42 Kevin Lindholm 12-12 48 74 122 20.5-71 4.5-23 . 1 4 3-0 . . . 33 Shea Koch 12-12 40 57 97 5.5-20 4.0-17 . 1 1 . 2 . . 8 Trelan Taylor 12-12 34 40 74 1.5-2 . 8-107 1 1 1-0 2 . . 43 Keifer Burke 12-12 32 39 71 16.5-60 7.5-44 . 1 2 1-24 1 . . 31 Bryce Huebner 12-12 32 38 70 2.5-11 . 2-18 5 . . 1 . . 16 Lane Haller 12-12 32 27 59 5.0-10 . 3-37 1 . 1-0 . . . 59 Bryant Miller 10-2 13 35 48 4.5-10 1.0-3 1-0 2 . . . . . 24 Cole Montgomery 12-4 21 21 42 0.5-1 . 1-0 1 . 1-0 . . . 17 Conor Casey 12-11 28 8 36 3.5-14 . 4-80 10 . 1-0 . . . 94 Jan Karlos Medina 9-9 11 24 35 3.0-15 2.0-14 . . 3 . 1 . . 44 Pierre Etchemendy 10-4 20 15 35 1.0-3 . . 1 . 1-0 . . . 5 Clint Sasse 12-2 12 19 31 4.0-11 . . 1 . . . . . 11 Dylan Furrier 10-1 12 17 29 2.0-4 . . . . . 1 . . 46 Kyle McCarthy 11-6 5 18 23 1.5-3 0.5-2 . . 1 . . . . 21 Phil Rivera 11-3 13 10 23 . . 1-10 . . 1-0 1 . . 60 Kyle Hinton 12-3 7 15 22 5.0-15 1.0-6 . . 1 . . . . 96 Zach Sandstrom 12-7 11 11 22 3.0-6 0.5-3 . 1 1 . . . . 92 Tau Ho Ching 12-5 5 17 22 3.5-9 2.0-6 . 1 . . . . . 28 Tyler Wright 12-0 7 11 18 . . . . . . . . . 27 Jojo Phillips 12-1 8 7 15 . . . 1 . 1-0 . . . 56 x-Courtland Joshua 7-0 2 5 7 2.0-8 . 1-38 . . . . . . 91 Dillon Breinig 11-0 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . . 18 Cody Wockenfuss 10-1 4 2 6 . . . 1 . . 1 . . 82 Allan Schmaltz 12-3 3 2 5 . . . . . . 1 . . 22 Danny O’Boyle 10-1 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . . 50 Clay Cundall 4-0 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . . 4 x-Tre Brown 2-0 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . . 36 Josh Borm 12-0 1 2 3 . . . . . 1-6 . . . 37 Dain Dastrup 1-0 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 93 Davin Doyle 3-1 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 75 Jake McCrary 12-12 1 1 2 . . . . . . . 1 . 97 Olufemi Aaron 2-0 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 57 Taz Olson 4-0 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 80 Kyle Vinich 11-0 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . 2 Nathan Ross 12-12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 6 Travis Reeves 10-8 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 72 Lance Pickett 7-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 32 Alex Rodriguez 12-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 83 Cody Roes 12-12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 69 Mike Lorenzo 12-12 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 73 Garrett Gilkey 12-12 . . . . . . . . . . 1 .

All Purpose G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G

The 2012 captains were Kevin Lindholm, Trelan Taylor, Keifer Burke, Cody Roes and Jonn McLain.

Glen Clinton 12 1350 218 0 0 0 1568 130.7 Nathan Ross 12 12 805 0 357 0 1174 97.8 Michael Madkins 11 487 63 68 162 0 780 70.9 Chapman Ham 12 14 503 0 0 0 517 43.1 Trelan Taylor 12 0 0 269 0 107 376 31.3 Allan Schmaltz 12 0 332 0 0 0 332 27.7 Cody Roes 12 0 317 0 0 0 317 26.4 Dominic Morris 12 203 55 0 0 0 258 21.5 Travis Reeves 10 0 177 0 0 0 177 17.7 Danny O’Boyle 10 31 127 0 0 0 158 15.8 Donnie Butler 6 39 0 12 43 0 94 15.7 Conor Casey 12 0 0 0 0 80 80 6.7 Kyle Vinich 11 0 65 0 7 0 72 6.5 Austen Stephens 11 0 68 0 0 0 68 6.2 Tre Brown 2 0 0 0 41 0 41 20.5 Brandon Gorsuch 9 -6 44 0 0 0 38 4.2 Courtland Joshua 7 0 0 0 0 38 38 5.4 Lane Haller 12 0 0 0 0 37 37 3.1 Cole Montgomery 12 0 0 0 32 0 32 2.7 Dylon Rinaldo 7 0 24 0 0 0 24 3.4 Patrick O’Boyle 11 20 0 0 0 0 20 1.8 Andrew Rios 5 0 19 0 0 0 19 3.8 Bryce Huebner 12 0 0 0 0 18 18 1.5 Jonn McLain 12 12 0 0 0 0 12 1.0 Alex Rodriguez 12 11 0 0 0 0 11 0.9 Phil Rivera 11 0 0 0 0 10 10 0.9 Jojo Phillips 12 0 0 0 10 0 10 0.8 Isacc Holscher 2 0 7 0 0 0 7 3.5 Nolan Britain 2 0 4 0 0 0 4 2.0 Cody Wilson 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.0 Josh Borm 12 -12 0 0 0 0 -12 -1.0 TEAM 7 -52 0 0 0 0 -52 -7.4

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2012 Chadron State Football Review Honors-----------------------------------------------------------------------Team Awards Team MVP - Kevin Lindholm Offensive MVP - Glen Clinton Defensive MVP - Keifer Burke Defensive Service Team MVP - Ryan Wood Offensive Service Team MVP - Cody Paul The Hammer (Special Teams Player) - Pierre Etchemendy Don Beebe Most Inspirational Award - Brandon Ratcliff Lifter of the Year - Sam Parker RMAC Defensive Player of the Year Kevin Lindholm, linebacker All-RMAC First Team Kevin Lindholm, linebacker Keifer Burke, defensive end Trelan Taylor, safety Jan Karlos Medina, defensive tackle Glen Clinton, tailback Garrett Gilkey, left tackle All-RMAC Second Team Jonn McLain, quarterback Brandon Ratcliff, right guard Jake McCrary, right tackle Shea Koch, linebacker Alex Ferdinand, kicker All-RMAC Third Team Nathan Ross, wide receiver Cody Roes, inside receiver Tau Ho Ching, defensive tackle Lane Haller, cornerback Bryce Huebner, safety

Capital One Academic All-District Four First Team Glen Clinton, tailback Capital One Academic All-American First Team Glen Clinton, tailback

RMAC All-Academic Player of the Year Jonn McLain, quarterback RMAC All-Academic First Team Offense Jonn McLain, quarterback Glen Clinton, tailback Brandon Ratcliff, right guard Defense Zach Sandstrom, defensive end Kevin Lindholm, linebacker Pierre Etchemendy, safety RMAC Second Team All-Academic Offense Sam Parker, center Defense Kyle McCarthy, linebacker Conor Casey, cornerback RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll Brandon Gorsuch, Chris Conroy, Patrick O’Boyle, Kyle Vinich, Isaac Holscher, Nolan Britain, Ethan Bauer, Austen Stephens, Shea Koch, Taz Olson, Dain Dastrup, Cody Wockenfuss, Tyler McFarland, Cole Montgomery, Tyler Wright.

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RMAC Players of the Week Sept. 10 - Conor Casey, defense Oct. 1 - Kevin Lindholm, defense Oct. 15 - Jonn McLain, offense Oct. 22 - Alex Ferdinand, special teams and Keifer Burke, defense Oct. 29 - Glen Clinton, offense and Kevin Lindholm, defense Nebraska Division II Players of the Week Sept. 10 - Conor Casey and Glen Clinton Sept. 24 - Trelan Taylor and Jonn McLain Oct. 1 - Kevin Lindholm Oct. 8 - Glen Clinton and Trelan Taylor Oct. 15 - Jonn McLain, Trelan Taylor and Bryce Huebner Oct. 22 - Keifer Burke, Alex Ferdinand and Jonn McLain Oct. 29 - Glen Clinton and Kevin Lindholm Nov. 5 - Trelan Taylor

All-Nebraska Division II Football Team Offense: *Jonn McLain, quarterback; Glen Clinton, tailback; Cody Roes, tight end; Nathan Ross, wide receiver; Garrett Gilkey, Brandon Ratcliff and Jake McCrary, offensive line. Defense: Keifer Burke and Jan Karlos Medina, defensive line; *Kevin Lindholm and Shea Koch, linebacker; Lane Haller and Bryce Huebner, defensive back. * Honorary Captain Special Teams: Alex Ferdinand, kicker; Trelan Taylor, punt returner. Honorable Mention: Conor Casey, Chapman Ham, Allan Schmaltz. Don Hansen Division II Super Region Four Team First Team Defense Kevin Lindholm, linebacker; Trelan Taylor, safety Second Team Offense Garrett Gilkey, offensive line; Keifer Burke, defensive end; Jan Karlos Medina, defensive tackle All-Super Region 4 Football First Team Kevin Lindholm, linebacker and Trelan Taylor, safety Second Team Garrett Gilkey, left tackle and Keifer Burke, defensive end

Beyond Sports Network D-II All-America Team First Team Kevin Lindholm, linebacker Second Team Alex Ferdinand, kicker Daktronics Division II All-America First Team Kevin Lindholm, linebacker Second Team Trelan Taylor, safety AP Little All-America First Team Trelan Taylor, safety Second Team Kevin Lindholm, linebacker

D2Football.com All-America First Team Kevin Lindholm, linebacker; Garrett Gilkey, offensive line Honorable Mention Trelan Taylor, safety Don Hansen All-America Second Team Kevin Lindholm, linebacker Third Team Trelan Taylor, safety; Garrett Gilkey, offensive line


2012 Chadron State Football Review RMAC Standings-------------------------------------------------------------

CSU-Pueblo Chadron State New Mexico Highlands Adams State Colorado Mines Colorado Mesa Black Hills State Western New Mexico Western State Fort Lewis

Conference GP Record Win % PF PA GP Record 9 9-0 1.000 37.8 16.7 13 12-1 9 8-1 0.888 39.0 23.0 12 9-3 9 7-2 0.778 39.0 23.1 11 8-3 9 6-3 0.667 29.2 20.0 11 8-3 9 4-5 0.444 33.8 26.1 11 6-5 9 4-5 0.444 22.6 28.4 11 4-7 9 3-6 0.333 22.6 30.8 11 4-7 9 3-6 0.333 26.7 34.7 11 4-7 9 1-8 0.111 10.1 29.1 11 1-10 9 0-9 0.000 13.1 41.9 10 0-10

Starting Lineups

Offense

LT

LG

C

RG

RT

Montana State

Garrett Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCrary

Angelo State

Garrett Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Colorado Mesa

Garrett Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Western State

Garrett Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Adams State

Garrett Gilkey

CSUPueblo

Y (IR)

Overall Win % PF PA 0.923 35.8 19.2 0.750 33.8 23.8 0.727 37.8 24.3 0.727 30.5 17.8 0.545 39.3 23.5 0.364 20.5 30.4 0.364 22.1 29.2 0.364 29.2 35.5 0.091 11.4 32.8 0.000 11.8 44.6

H/FB

Z (WR)

X (WR)

QB

TB

PK

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Travis Reeves

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Glen Clinton

Alex Ferdinand

Jake McCrary

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Travis Reeves

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Glen Clinton

Alex Ferdinand

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCrary

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Travis Reeves

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Glen Clinton

Alex Ferdinand

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCrary

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Travis Reeves

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Glen Clinton

Alex Ferdinand

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCrary

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Travis Reeves

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Glen Clinton

Alex Ferdinand

Garret Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCrary

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Travis Reeves

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Glen Clinton

Alex Ferdinand

Black Hills State

Garrett Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCrary

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Allan Schmaltz

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Glen Clinton

Alex Ferdinand

N.M. Highlands

Garrett Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCrary

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Allan Schmaltz

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Glen Clinton

Alex Ferdinand

Western N.M.

Garrett Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCrary

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Allan Schmaltz

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Glen Clinton

Alex Ferdinand

Fort Lewis

Garrett Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCray

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Travis Reeves

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Dominic Morris

Alex Ferdinand

Colorado Mines

Garrett Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCrary

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Danny O’Boyle

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Glen Clinton

Alex Ferdinand

West Texas A&M

Garrett Gilkey

Mike Lorenzo

Sam Parker

Brandon Ratcliff

Jake McCrary

Cody Roes

Chapman Ham

Travis Reeves

Nathan Ross

Jonn McLain

Michael Madkins

Alex Ferdinand

Defense DE DT DE OLB MLB OLB CB CB S S S P Montana State

Keifer Burke

Jan Karlos Medina

Zach Sandstrom

Kevin Lindholm

Kyle McCarthy

Shea Koch

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Pierre Etchemendy

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

Angelo State

Keifer Burke

Jan Karlos Medina

Zach Sandstrom

Kevin Lindholm

Kyle McCarthy

Shea Koch

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Pierre Etchemendy

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

Colorado Mesa

Keifer Burke

Jan Karlos Medina

Zach Sandstrom

Kevin Lindholm

Kyle McCarthy

Shea Koch

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Pierre Etchemendy

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

Western State

Keifer Burke

Jan Karlos Medina

Zach Sandstrom

Kevin Lindholm

Kyle McCarthy

Shea Koch

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Clint Sasse

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

Adams State

Keifer Burke

Jan Karlos Medina

Zach Sandstrom

Kevin Lindholm

Kyle McCarthy

Shea Koch

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Pierre Etchemendy

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

CSUPueblo

Keifer Burke

Jan Karlos Medina

Zach Sandstrom

Kevin Lindholm

Kyle McCarthy

Shea Koch

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Clint Sasse

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

Black Hills State

Keifer Burke

Jan Karlos Medina

Zach Sandstrom

Kevin Lindholm

Shea Koch

Bryant Miller

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Cole Montgomery

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

N.M. Highlands

Keifer Burke

Jan Karlos Medina

Tau Ho Ching

Kevin Lindholm

Shea Koch

Phil Rivera

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Cole Montgomery

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

Western N.M.

Keifer Burke

Jan Karlos Medina

Tau Ho Ching

Kevin Lindholm

Shea Koch

Dylan Furrier

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Cole Montgomery

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

Fort Lewis

Keifer Burke

Kyle Hinton

Tau Ho Ching

Kevin Lindholm

Shea Koch

Phil Rivera

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Cole Montgomery

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

Colorado Mines

Keifer Burke

Kyle Hinton

Tau Ho Ching

Kevin Lindholm

Shea Koch

Davin Doyle

Lane Haller

Cody Wockenfuss

Bryce Huebner

Phil Rivera

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

West Texas A&M

Keifer Burke

Kyle Hinton

Tau Ho Ching

Kevin Lindholm

Shea Koch

Bryant Miller

Lane Haller

Conor Casey

Bryce Huebner

Jojo Phillips

Trelan Taylor

Josh Borm

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2012 Chadron State Football Review The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference--------------------------------1991: First-team: Russ Anderson, linebacker, and Craig Kallhoff, offensive tackle. Second team: Steward Perez, quarterback; Bill Boness, offensive tackle; Todd Biggs, defensive back; Jay Rhoades, wide receiver.

1992: First-team: Joe Planansky, tight end; Guy Earle, offensive tackle; David McCartney, running back; Todd Biggs, defensive back. Second team: LeMoine Ferguson, defensive end; Chad Johnson, linebacker; Cody Gamble, defensive back.

1993: First-team: Joe Planansky, tight end; Cody Gamble, defensive back; Scott Dolfi, defensive end; Jason Funk, linebacker. Second-team: David McCartney, running back; Jason Sleep, running back; Bret Engdahl, offensive tackle; Chad Johnson, linebacker; Scott Doyle, placekicker.

1994: First-team: Joe Planansky, tight end; Corey Campbell, running back; Dan Maciejczak, center; Cody Gamble, safety; Scott Dolfi, defensive end; Scott Doyle, placekicker. Second-team: Chad Johnson, linebacker; Joe Juelfs, defensive end; Cory Brooks, wide receiver; Bret Engdahl, offensive tackle. 1995: First-team: Cory Brooks, wide receiver; Corey Campbell, running back; Guy Gilsdorf, linebacker; Joe Juelfs, defensive end; Dan Maciejczak, center; Ryan Smith, cornerback. Second-team: Bret Endahl, offensive tackle; Kevin Homer, linebacker; Jerry Kiekow, defensive tackle. 1996: First-team: Casey Beran, defensive end; Mike Fackrell, running back; Kevin Homer, linebacker; Ike Johnson, linebacker; Dan Maciejczak, center; Ryan Turman, defensive back. Second-team: Troy Theobald, wide receiver.

1997: First-team: Mike Brownfield, offensive guard; Nick Hoff, defensive end; Kevin Homer, linebacker; Shawn Popken, defensive tackle; Anthony Simmons, running back; Ryan Turman, safety. Second-team: Robert Johnson, tight end; Trevor Moon, quarterback; Kory Richardson, defensive tackle.

1998: First-team: Casey Beran, defensive end; Mike Brownfield, offensive guard; Kevin Homer, linebacker; Kory Richardson, defensive tackle; Brad Schulz, offensive tackle; Ryan Turman, safety. Second-team: Mike Fackrell, running back; Jay Long, center; Jeff Turman, linebacker.

1999: First-team: Casey Beran, defensive end (most valuable defensive player); Jason Barthel, defensive tackle; John Chancy, offensive tackle; Jess Clarke, tight end; Brian Pittman, defensive back; Anthony Simmons, running back. Second-team: Chris Evans, defensive end; Mike Fackrell, running back; Austin Forster, punt returner; Jonath Jackson, defensive back; Jay Long, center; Court Lutgen, linebacker; Brad Schulz, offensive tackle; Jeff Turman, linebacker; Aaron Turner, placekicker. 2000: First-team: Jason Barthel, defensive tackle; Jeremy Eardley, center; Chris Evans, defensive end; Austin Forster, running back; Marvin Jackson, cornerback; Jeff Japp, linebacker; Aaron Turner, placekicker; Rian Weber, tight end. Second-team: Ryan Deterding, offensive tackle, Jeff Turman, linebacker. 2001: First-team: Ryan Deterding, offensive tackle; Jeremy Eardley, center; Cory Hegwer, defensive line; Marvin Jackson, cornerback; Ross Morris, linebacker; Matt Strand, quarterback (most valuable offensive player); Jeff Turman, linebacker. Second-team: Jason Barthel, defensive line; Matt Bjorum, offensive line; Scott Sterkel, safety. 2002: First-team: Cody Beguin and Max Lederhos, offensive line; Austin Forster, running back; Casey Haldeman, defensive end; Cory Hegwer, defensive tackle; Marvin Jackson, cornerback; Aric Lopez and Bill Teerlinck, linebackers; Michael Wahlstrom, wide receiver. Second-team: Mitch Barry, cornerback; Amos Davis, outside linebacker; Marvin Jackson, kick returner; Zac Jones, tight end; Layne Sievers, offensive line; Scott Sterkel, safety.

2003: First-team: Mitch Barry and Marvin Jackson, cornerbacks; Rob Evans, defensive tackle; Casey Haldeman, defensive end; Layne Sievers, offensive tackle. Second-team: Wylie Dempcy, center; Austin Forster, running back; Derek Hamilton, defensive tackle; Alex Tone, linebacker; Michael Wahlstrom, tight end. 2004: First-team: Bryce Flammang, wide receiver; Casey Haldeman, defensive end; Layne Sievers, offensive tackle; Danny Woodhead, running back. Second-team: Mitch Barry, cornerback; Shawn Eisenreich, quarterback; Ryan O’Dea, offensive guard.

2005: First-team: Danny Woodhead, running back (offensive player of the year); Ryan O’Dea, offensive line. Second-team: Robbie Klinetobe and Jared Lee, offensive line; Kalan Jones, outside linebacker; Cody Assmann, safety.

2006: First-team: Danny Woodhead, running back (offensive player of the year); Logan Stropko, receiver; Robbie Klinetobe, Jared Lee and Chase Olsen, offensive line; Josh Knouse, defensive tackle; Austin Bailey and Kalan Jones, linebackers; Paul Schweger, safety. Second-team: John Strand, offensive line; Cody Assmann, safety; Beau Wendling, cornerback; Micah Smith, punt returns. 2007: First Team: Danny Woodhead, running back, (offensive player of the year); Logan Stropko, tight end; Ben Puffer and John Strand, offensive line; Joe McLain, quarterback; Aaron Ide, defensive tackle; Austin Bailey, inside linebacker; Beau Wendling, cornerback; Paul Schweger, safety; Landon Ehlers, punt returner. Second Team: Josh Knouse, defensive tackle; Trevor Hyatt, safety. 2008: First Team: Joe McLain, quarterback (offensive player of the year); Isaac

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Chadron State’s RMAC Record Year........ Overall........ Conf..................... Finish 1991........ 5-5-1...............3-3.................3rd-5th Tie 1992........ 7-3....................5-2.................................3rd 1993........ 6-5....................2-5................................. 6th 1994........ 9-2....................5-2.................................3rd 1995........ 8-2....................5-2.................................3rd 1996........ 10-2.................7-1.......................... 1st Tie 1997........ 8-3....................6-2................2nd-4th Tie 1998........ 9-3....................7-1.......................... 1st Tie 1999........ 7-3....................7-1.......................... 1st Tie 2000........ 8-3....................7-1................................ 2nd 2001........ 10-1.................8-0..................................1st 2002........ 8-2....................7-1.......................... 1st Tie 2003........ 8-2....................6-2................................ 2nd 2004........ 7-3....................6-2........................ 2nd Tie 2005........ 4-6....................4-4......................... 5th Tie 2006........ 12-1.................8-0..................................1st Kevin Lindholm was a 2007........ 12-1.................8-0..................................1st three-time All-RMAC per2008........ 11-2.................9-0..................................1st former, as well as being 2009........ 7-4....................6-3.................................3rd the conference’s Defensive 2010........ 8-3....................7-2.................................3rd Player of the Year in 2012. 2011........ 6-5....................6-3.................................3rd 2012........ 9-3....................8-1................................ 2nd Total........ 179-53...........137-38 Players of the Year Mike Fackrell - Freshman of the Year, 1996 Casey Beran - Defensive Player of the Year, 1999 Matt Strand - Offensive Player of the Year, 2001 Marvin Jackson - Defensive Player of the Year, 2002 Cody Assman - Freshman of the Year, 2003 Danny Woodhead - Freshman of the Year, 2004 Josh Knouse - Defensive Freshman of the Year, 2006 Danny Woodhead - Offensive Player of the Year, 2005, 2006, 2007 Joe McLain - Offensive Player of the Year, 2008 Travis Atter - Special Teams Player of the Year, 2009 Glen Clinton - Offensive Freshman of the Year, 2010 Kevin Lindholm - Defensive Player of the Year, 2012 Coaches of the Year Brad Smith - 1996, 1999, 2001 Bill O’Boyle - 2006, 2007, 2008

Stockton, inside receiver; Ben Puffer, offensive line; Chance Galey, offensive line; Shaine Odell, defensive line; Aaron Ide, defensive tackle; Austin Bailey, linebacker; Trevor Hyatt, safety; Craig Kaiser, safety; Maurice Threatts, kick returner. Second Team: Tim Hiett, offensive line; Brandon Harrington, wide receiver; Jared Koester; defensive end; Travis Atter, kicker.

2009: First Team: Travis Atter, kicker (special teams player of the year); Brandon Harrington, wide receiver and kick returner; Isaac Stockton, inside receiver; Ben Puffer, offensive tackle; Cory Beran, defensive end; Duke Eardley, linebacker; Kevin Berg, punter. Second Team: Jeff Lyster, linebacker; Jed Herblan, cornerback. Third Team: Nick Milani, safety. 2010: First Team: Tim Hiett and Garrett Gilkey, offensive line; Kevin Lindholm, linebacker; Jed Herblan, cornerback; Kevin Berg, safety and punter; Michael Ziola, kicker; Glen Clinton (offensive freshman of the year). Second Team: Glen Clinton, tailback; Sean McGowan, offensive line; Cory Beran, defensive line; James Belville, linebacker. Third Team: Keifer Burke, defensive line; Jed Herblan, punt returner.

2011: First Team: Tim Hiett, offensive line; Kevin Lindholm, linebacker. Second Team: Sean McGowan, offensive line; Jan Karlos Medina, defensive line; Jeremy Sondrup, inside receiver. Third Team: Glen Clinton, tailback; Nathan Ross, wide receiver; Jake Blackburn, offensive line; Keifer Burke, defensive line; James Belville, linebacker; Phil Rivera, safety; Alex Ferdinand, kicker. 2012: First Team: Kevin Lindholm, linebacker (defensive player of the year); Keifer Burke, defensive end; Trelan Taylor, safety; Jan Karlos Medina, defensive tackle; Glen Clinton, tailback; Garrett Gilkey, left tackle. Second Team: Jonn McLain, quarterback; Brandon Ratcliff, right guard; Jake McCrary, right tackle; Shea Koch, linebacker; Alex Ferdinand, kicker. Third Team: Nathan Ross, wide receiver; Cody Roes, inside receiver; Tau Ho Ching, defensive tackle; Lane Haller, cornerback; Bryce Huebner, safety.


2012 Chadron State Football Review Chadron State All-Star Gridders The following is a listing of Chadron State College all-star football players during the past 43 seasons. Until 1989, the NAIA District 11 coaches selected an all-state college team in Nebraska. To continue that listing, the Omaha World-Herald’s Nebraska NCAA Division II selections have been used. 1968: Pat Moore, defensive tackle; Dean Palser, tight end; Steve Gremm, offensive; guard; Larry Gold, tailback. 1969: Steve Gremm, offensive guard; Bennie Francis, offensive tackle; Kevin Kirwin, defensive back. 1970: Rick Watson, wide receiver; Mike Parks, defensive end. 1971: Mike Parks, defensive end; Terry Statton, offensive tackle; Mike Dority, wide receiver; Dale Timperley, linebacker; Kent Halley, defensive back. 1972: Don White, linebacker; Kent Halley, defensive back. 1973: Hugh Fugleberg, offensive guard; Rick Nave, defensive end; Randy Bauer, defensive back. 1974: Gene Emanuel, offensive tackle; Steve Wickham, offensive guard; Rick Nave, defensive end; Jack Padgett, safety; Dennis Fitzgerald, linebacker. 1975: Ron Brooks, defensive back; Duane Fritz, punter. 1976: Dale Drahota, split end; Brad Fults, quarterback; Ralph Gill, defensive end; Duane Fritz, punter. 1977: Ralph Gill, defensive end; Rick Mikelson, defensive tackle; Brad Fults, quarterback; Bill Ryan, wide receiver; Terry Mastny, offensive tackle; Chad Emanuel, placekicker. 1978: Brad Fults, quarterback; Bill Ryan, wide receiver; Terry Mastny, offensive tackle; Dennis Breinig, defensive end. 1979: None. 1980: Dave Minchow, offensive guard; Ray Hoffman, linebacker; Willy Long, fullback. 1981: Dennis Hendricks, offensive guard; Ray Hoffman, linebacker; Willy Long, fullback; Scott Wickard, quarterback. 1982: Paul Blair, defensive back; Dennis Hendricks, offensive guard; Terry Hillman, linebacker; Willy Long, fullback; Bart Voycheske, defensive line. 1983: Todd Pierce, center; Dave Smith, defensive end. 1984: Rod Bussinger, punter. 1985: Duane Smith, wide receiver; Dean Rickard, offensive guard; Terry Powell, defensive end; John Morgan, placekicker. 1986: Dean Rickard, offensive guard; Terry Powell, defensive end; Dan Pangilinan, linebacker. 1987: Scott Charron, punter. 1988: Don Beebe, wide receiver, Corey Anderson, linebacker. 1989: Jerome Hyatte, safety; David Jones, running back; Mike Sorensen, offensive guard; Chris Stein, tight end. 1990: Corey Anderson, linebacker; David Jones, running back; Jay Masek, placekicker; Mike Sorensen, offensive guard. 1991: Russ Anderson, linebacker; Bill Boness, offensive tackle; Jay Rhoades, wide receiver. 1992: Guy Earle, offensive tackle; LeMoine Ferguson, defensive end; Cody Gamble, safety; Chad Johnson, linebacker; David McCartney, running back; Joe Planansky, tight end. 1993: Scott Doyle, placekicker; Jason Funk, linebacker; Cody Gamble, safety; Joe Planansky, tight end. 1994: Cory Brooks, wide receiver; Corey Campbell, running back; Scott Dolfi, defensive end; Scott Doyle, placekicker; Chad Johnson, linebacker; Dan Maciejczak, center; Joe Planansky, tight end; and Cody Gamble and Jim Wiese, defensive backs. 1995: Cory Brooks, wide receiver; Corey Campbell, running back; Bret Engdahl and Dan Maciejczak, offensive linemen; Ryan Smith, defensive back; Scott Doyle,, placekicker; and Lynn Wendelin, punter. 1996: Casey Beran, defensive end; Mike Fackrell, running back; Kevin Homer, linebacker; Dan Maciejczak, center; Jarod Moeller, punter; and Ryan Turman, safety 1997: Mike Brownfield, offensive guard; Pat Fackrell and Kevin Homer, linebackers; Jarod Moeller, punter; Anthony Simmons, running back; and Ryan Turman, safety. 1998: Casey Beran, defensive end; Mike Brownfield, offensive guard; Jess Clarke, tight end; Mike Fackrell, running back; Kevin Homer, linebacker (defensive captain) Kory Richardson, defensive tackle; Brad Schulz, offensive tackle; Ryan Turman, safety. 1999: Casey Beran, defensive end (defensive captain); Jason Barthel, defensive tackle; John Chancey, offensive tackle; Jess Clarke, tight end; Brian

Pittman, cornerback; Anthony Simmons, running back. 2000: Jeremy Eardley, center; Chris Evans, defensive end; Austin Forster, tailback; Matt Strand, punter; Jeff Turman, linebacker; Aaron Turner, placekicker; and Rian Weber, tight end. 2001: Jason Barthel and Cory Hegwer, defensive tackles; Ryan Deterding and Jeremy Eardley, offensive line; Marvin Jackson, cornerback; Ross Morris and Jeff Turman, linebackers; Matt Strand, quarterback. 2002: Cody Beguin and Max Lederhos, offensive line; Cory Hegwer, defensive tackle; Aric Lopez and Bill Teerlinck, linebackers; Marvin Jackson (defensive captain) and Scott Sterkel, defensive backs. 2003: Wylie Dempcy and Layne Sievers, offensive line; Rob Evans and Casey Haldeman, defensive line; Mitch Barry and Marvin Jackson, (defensive captain), defensive backs. 2004: Mitch Barry, cornerback; Casey Haldeman, defensive line; Layne Sievers and Jeremy Slaughter, offensive line; Danny Woodhead, running back. 2005: Paul Schweger, safety; Jared Lee and Ryan O’Dea, offensive line; Danny Woodhead, running back. 2006: Logan Stropko, receiver; Robbie Klinetobe, Jared Lee and Chase Olsen, offensive line; Danny Woodhead, running back (offensive captain); Josh Knouse, defensive line; Austin Bailey and Kalan Jones, linebackers; Paul Schweger, safety (defensive captain). 2007: Logan Stropko, receiver; John Strand, offensive line; Danny Woodhead, running back (offensive captain); Aaron Ide, defensive tackle; Austin Bailey, linebacker; Beau Wendling, cornerback; Paul Schweger, safety. 2008: Brandon Harrington, receiver; Isaac Stockton, tight end; Chance Galey, offensive line; Ben Puffer, offensive line; Joe McLain, quarterback (offensive co-captain); Aaron Ide, defensive line; Shaine Odell, defensive line; Austin Bailey, linebacker; Trevor Hyatt, defensive back; Maurice Threatts, kick returner. 2009: Ben Puffer, offensive line; Cory Beran, defensive end; Duke Eardley, linebacker; Kevin Berg, punter. 2010: Tim Hiett, offensive line; Michael Ziola, kicker; Cory Beran, defensive end; Kevin Lindholm, linebacker; Jed Herblan, cornerback; Kevin Berg, punter (defensive captain) 2011: Jeremy Sondrup, tight end; Tim Hiett and Sean McGowan, offensive line; Jan Karlos Medina, defensive line; James Belville and Kevin Lindholm, linebacker; Phil Rivera and Trelan Taylor, defensive back; Alex Ferdinand, kicker. 2012: Jonn McLain, quarterback (offensive captain); Glen Clinton, tailback; Cody Roes, tight end; Nathan Ross, wide receiver; Garrett Gilkey, Brandon Ratcliff and Jake McCrary, offensive line; Keifer Burke and Jan Karlos Medina, defensive line; Kevin Lindholm, linebacker (defensive captain); Shea Koch, linebacker; Lane Haller and Bryce Huebner, defensive back; Alex Ferdinand, kicker; Trelan Taylor, punt returner.

The Eagles celebrate their win over Colorado Mines. The game was played during a heavy snowfall. The win secured the Eagles’ playoff berth.

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Statistical Comparison, 1968-2012 First Downs/Avg. Total Net Yards/Avg. Net Yards Rushing/Avg. Year CSC Opp. CSC Opp. CSC Opp. 1968 97/10.7 94/10.4 3398/377.6 1819/202.1 1900/211.1 896/99.6

1969 161/17.8 132/14.7 3378/375.3 2414/268.2 1402/156.9 952/105.8

Net Yards Passing/Avg. CSC Opp. 1498/166.4 923/102.6

1976/219.6 1462/162.4

1970 136/15.1 128/14.2 3000/333.3 2617/290.8 1204/133.8 1256/139.6 1796/199.6 1361/151.2 1971 122/13.5 108/12.0 2624/291.6 1802/200.2 1433/159.2 977/108.6

1191/132.3 825/91.7

1973 112/11.2 119/11.9 2570/257.0 1890/189.0 1480/148.0 617/61.7

1090/109.0 1273/127.3

1972 135/13.5 99/9.9

2909/290.9 1664/166.4 1578/157.8 670/67.0

1974 138/15.3 127/14.1 2549/283.2 2075/230.6 1137/126.3 981/109.0 1975 99/11.0 131/14.6 1985/220.6 2569/285.4 986/109.6

1331/133.1 974/97.4

1412/156.9 1094/121.9

1460/162.2 999/111.0

1109/123.2

1976 142/14.2 184/18.4 3107/310.7 3396/339.6 1141/114.1 2095/209.5 1966/196.0 1301/130.1 1977 163/16.3 129/12.9 3352/335.2 2395/239.5 1604/160.4 1256/125.6 1748/174.8 1139/113.9 1978 207/18.8 161/14.6 2987/262.5 3054/277.6 1667/155.5 1603/145.7 2320/210.9 1451/131.9 1979 136/13.6 154/15.4 2522/252.2 3000/300.0 1035/103.5 1937/193.7 1487/148.7 1063/106.3 1980 152/15.2 184/18.4 3980/398.0 3385/338.5 1694/169.4 2221/222.1 1288/128.8 1164/116.4 1981 158/15.8 154/15.4 3295/329.5 3000/300.0 1087/108.7 1603/160.3 2208/220.8 1397/139.7 1982 114/14.3 98/12.3 2207/275.9 1802/225.3 1255/156.9 834/104.3

952/119.0

1983 92/9.2 127/12.7 1889/188.9 2706/270.6 1164/116.4 1747/174.7 725/72.5

968/121.0 959/95.9

1984 135/13.5 151/15.1 2610/261.0 3140/314.0 844/84.4

1618/161.8 1766/176.6 1521/152.1

1986 134/14.9 157/17.4 2370/263.3 2482/275.8 920/102.2

1633/181.4 1450/161.0 849/94.3

1985 185/20.6 159/17.7 3644/404.9 3330/370.0 666/74.0

1405/156.1 2978/330.9 1925/213.9

1987 154/17.1 152/16.9 2866/318.4 3175/353.8 1369/152.1 2003/222.6 1497/166.3 1172/130.2 1988 173/17.3 188/18.8 3342/334.2 3649/364.9 1199/119.9 1877/187.7 2143/214.3 1772/177.2 1989 206/20.6 188/18.8 4395/439.5 3183/318.3 2677/267.7 1555/155.5 1718/171.8 1628/162.8 1990 226/20.5 161/14.6 5044/458.5 3242/294.7 2887/262.2 1628/148.0 2157/196.1 1614/146.7 1991 206/18.7 206/18.7 4581/416.5 3853/350.3 1853/168.5 1804/164.0 2728/248.0 2049/186.3 1992 209/20.9 198/19.8 4130/413.0 3701/370.1 1879/187.9 1679/167.9 2251/225.0 2022/220.2 1993 226/20.5 231/21.0 4584/416.7 4582/416.5 2101/191.0 1941/176.5 2483/225.7 2641/240.0 1994 209/19.0 162/14.7 4546/413.3 3054/277.6 2354/214.0 1341/121.9 2192/199.3 1713/155.7 1995 213/21.3 170/17.0 4219/421.9 3137/313.7 1761/176.1 960/96.0

2458/245.8 2177/217.7

1997 189/17.2 179/16.3 4360/396.4 3252/295.6 1574/143.1 1097/99.7

2786/253.3 2155/195.6

1999 209/20.9 167/16.7 4111/411.1 3078/307.8 1447/144.7 788/78.8

2664/266.4 2290/229.0

1996 201/16.8 191/16.6 4473/372.8 3618/301.4 1961/163.4 1387/115.6 2512/209.3 2231/185.9 1998 232/22.1 178/14.8 4840/403.3 3720/310.0 1996/166.3 1161/96.8 2000 214/19.5 159/14.5 4446/404.2 2838/258.0 1930/175.5 996/90.5 2001 253/23.0 161/14.6 5099/463.5 2584/234.9 2100/190.9 915/83.2 2002 219/21.9 153/15.3 4051/405.1 2433/243.3 1515/151.5 847/84.7

2844/232.0 2719/226.6 2516/228.7 1843/167.5 2999/272.6 2048/186.2 2536/253.6 1586/158.6

2003 208/20.8 168/16.8 4202/420.2 3473/347.3 1447/144.7 1298/129.8 2755/275.5 2175/217.5 2004 226/22.6 201/20.1 4581/458.1 4216/421.6 2145/214.5 1633/163.3 2436/243.6 2583/258.3 2005 199/19.9 185/18.5 4224/422.4 3541/354.1 2126/212.6 1077/107.7 2098/209.8 2464/246.4 2006 263/20.2 186/14.3 5464/420.3 3266/251.2 3372/259.4 971/74.7

2092/160.9 2295/176.5

2008 254/19.5 188/14.4 4784/368.0 3439/264.5 1761/135.5 1069/82.2

3023/232.5 2370/182.3

2010 223/20.2 147/13/3 4480/407.3 2638/2398 2205/200.5 1089/99.0

2275/206.8

2007 286/22.0 225/17.3 5701/438.5 4143/318.7 2816/216.6 1404/108.0 2885/221.9 2739/210.7 2009 220/20.0 158/14.3 3869/351.7 3175/288.6 1635/148.6 1108/100.7 2234/203.1 2067/187.9 1549/140.8

2011 227/20.6 190/17.2 4202/382.0 3470/315.4 1643/149.3 1146/104.1 2559/232.6 2324/211.2 2012 270/22.5 230/19.2 4938/411.5 4392/366.0 2110/175.8 2053/171.1 2828/235.7 2339/194.9

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Complete-Attempt-Int. Points/Average CSC Opp. CSC Opp. 89-174-19 64-174-19 314/34.9 134/14.9 117-254-20

111-238-16 299/33.2

57-145-15

70-199-17 202/22.4

115-247-24 69-170-21 72-173-17 97-199-16 84-172-9

114-276-19 119-247-20 169-382-15 122-283-20 89-203-12

172-252-25 75-176-13

62-166-12

148-320-34 205-400-10 114-257-20 124-268-23 140-275-22 125-224-10 154-293-14 186-331-18 169-318-12 179-346-14 176-326-10 176-338-9

160-332-14 190-378-12 211-404-12 185-357-15 211-381-10 211-393-9

210-379-11 199-382-10 196-339-15 153-266-11 171-287-9

235-400-10 287-450-7

213-341-12 200-316-13

240-401-10 254-384-6

93-220-21 207/23.0

157/17.4 141/15.7 80/8.8

78-185-14 195/19.5

110/11.0

94-214-20 125/13.9

82/9.1

105-245-25 205/20.5 77-174-19 103/11.4 90-205-18 209/20.9 100-222-17 259/25.9

81/8.1

107/11.9 185/18.5 94/9.4

114-247-15 240/21.8

187/17.0

79-190-22 188/18.8

206/20.6

78-185-17 108/10.8 107-231-17 220/22.0 75-165-13 143/17.9

170/17.0 194/19.4 53/6.6

70-181-22 88/8.8

139/13.9

133-268-22 279/31.0

223/24.8

96-223-8

137/13.7

75-179-14 124/13.7 76-144-8

167/18.6

96-234-17 244/24.4 124-257-16 341/34.1 118-273-16 409/37.2 154-292-15 343/31.2 144-317-18 322/32.2 183-371-16 345/31.4 156-322-23 403/36.6 179-376-23 268/26.8 171-412-20 319/26.6 177-371-17 326/29.6 200-400-18 353/29.4 170-322-12 289/28.9 148-304-11 384/34.9 198-386-18 466/42.3 152-299-16 336/33.6 162-320-17 356/35.6 178-343-12 378/37.8 202-344-8 304/30.4 227-423-15 479/36.8 253-446-16 488/37.5 188-400-13 434/33.4 174-318-13 326/29.6 149-293-14 329/29.9

211-359-6 292/26.5 227-383-21 406/33.8

262/26.2 223/24.7 267/29.7 273/27.3 210/21.0 212/19.3 289/26.3 242/24.2 323/29.4 187/17.0 177/17.7 187/15.6 159/14.5 184/15.3 182/18.2 185/16.8 149/13.5 159/15.9 255/25.5 296/29.6 235/23.5 199/15.3

192/14.8 210/16.2 200/18.2 187/17.0 254/23.1 285/23.8


All-Americans First Team All-Americans

Dennis Fitzgerald

Marvin Jackson

1974 All-American (Defensive Back)

2002 Consensus All-American (Cornerback) 2003 All-American (Cornerback)

Duane Fritz

Robbie Klinetobe

1975 All-American (Punter)

2006 Consensus All-American (Offensive Line)

Terry Mastny

Danny Woodhead

1977 All-American (Offensive Tackle)

2007 and 2006 Consensus All-American (Running Back) 2004 All-American (Running Back)

Dennis Hendricks

Travis Atter

1982 All-American (Offensive Guard)

2009 All-American (Place Kicker) 2008 All-American (Place Kicker)

David Jones

Kevin Berg

1990 Consensus All-American (Running Back)

2010 All-American (Punter) 2009 All-American (Punter)

Corey Anderson

Kevin Lindholm

1990 All-American (Linebacker)

2012 Consensus All-American (Linebacker)

Joe Planansky

Trelan Taylor

1993 All-American (Tight End)

2012 All-American (Safety)

Kevin Homer

Garrett Gilkey

1998 Consensus All-American (Linebacker)

2012 All-American (Offensive Tackle)

Casey Beran

1st and 2nd Team All-Americans 1958......................................Tom Blundell 1971.......................................... Mike Parks 1974.............................Dennis Fitzgerald 1975.........................................Duane Fritz 1977............................................. Ralph Gill Terry Mastny 1978......................................Terry Mastny 1982............................ Dennis Hendricks 1985.......................................Duane Smith 1986..................................... Dean Rickard 1989.............................................Jay Masek David Jones 1990.............................................Jay Masek David Jones Corey Anderson Bill Boness 1992..............................David McCartney Guy Earle 1993.................................... Joe Planansky 1994.................................... Joe Planansky Scott Doyle 1996.................................Dan Maciejczak Kevin Homer 1997......................................Kevin Homer Ryan Turman 1998......................................Kevin Homer Casey Beran 1999........................................Casey Beran Jess Clarke 2001..................................Jeremy Eardley 2002................................. Ryan Deterding Marvin Jackson Cody Beguin 2003................................. Marvin Jackson 2004.............................Danny Woodhead Layne Sievers 2005.............................Danny Woodhead 2006.............................Danny Woodhead Robbie Klinetobe Austin Bailey Josh Knouse Jared Lee 2007.............................Danny Woodhead John Strand 2008.........................................Travis Atter 2009.........................................Travis Atter Kevin Berg 2010...........................................Kevin Berg 2012..................................Alex Ferdinand Kevin Lindholm Trelan Taylor Garrett Gilkey

1999 Consensus All-American (Defensive End)

Jess Clarke 1999 Consensus All-American (Tight End)

Jeremy Eardley 2001 Consensus All-American (Center)

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Record of All CSC Football Games, 1911-2012 857 Total Games Played

CURRENT OPPONENTS....................................................................................................................................................................................................... W..................L....................T.................. Last Game Adams State University (Colo.).................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20 ...................4.......................0.................................. 2012 Black Hills State University (S.D.)............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 53....................14....................2.................................. 2012 Colorado Mesa University.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 17....................5.......................0.................................. 2012 Colorado School of Mines............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23....................12....................0.................................. 2012 Colorado State University-Pubelo............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................4.......................0.................................. 2012 Fort Lewis College (Colo.).............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 25....................3.......................0.................................. 2012 Missouri Science and Technology............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 0.......................0.......................0................. First Meeting New Mexico Highlands University.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 18....................3.......................0.................................. 2012 West Texas A&M University........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................1.......................0.................................. 2012 Western New Mexico University................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7.......................0.......................0.................................. 2012 Western State University (Colo.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 18....................10....................1.................................. 2012 Totals....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 183..................56....................3 FORMER OPPONENTS......................................................................................................................................................................................................... W..................L....................T.................. Last Game Abilene Christian University (Texas)......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................0.......................0.................................. 2007 Angelo State (Texas)......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................1.......................0.................................. 2012 Baker University (Kan.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................0.......................0.................................. 1978 Bemidji State College (Minn.)....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2.......................0.......................0.................................. 2004 Buena Vista College (Iowa)............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1.......................0.......................0.................................. 1941 Carroll College (Mont.).................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4.......................5.......................0.................................. 1990 Central Oklahoma University........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 0.......................2.......................0.................................. 1998 Colorado College................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1.......................2.......................0.................................. 1978 Concordia College (Neb.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2.......................0.......................0.................................. 1959 Dakota Wesleyan University (S.D.)............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3.......................2.......................0.................................. 1963 Dana College (Neb.).......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2.......................0.......................0.................................. 1959 Dickinson State University (N.D.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4.......................12....................0.................................. 1990 Doane College (Neb.)........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14....................10....................1.................................. 1990 Eastern Montana College................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2.......................1.......................0.................................. 1975 Eastern New Mexico University................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................0.......................0.................................. 1996 Emporia State University (Kan.).................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 0.......................1.......................0.................................. 1983 Fort Hays State University (Kan.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9.......................11....................0.................................. 2005 Hastings College (Neb.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13....................14....................1.................................. 1981 Idaho State University...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................1.......................0.................................. 1993 Jamestown College (N.D.)............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4.......................1.......................0.................................. 1989 Mankato State University (Minn.)............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 0.......................2.......................0.................................. 1952 Mayville State University (N.D.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................1.......................0.................................. 1971 McPherson College (Kan.).............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1.......................0.......................0.................................. 1941 Midland Lutheran College (Neb.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 15....................8.......................1.................................. 1987 Minot State University (N.D.)........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3.......................0.......................2.................................. 1985 Missouri Western State University............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 0.......................1.......................0.................................. 2005 Montana State University............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................3.......................0.................................. 2012 Montana Tech...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3.......................2.......................1.................................. 1991 Nebraska Wesleyan University.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12....................8.......................0.................................. 1989 Northern Arizona University........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 0.......................1.......................0.................................. 2000 Northern Montana College............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 0.......................1.......................0.................................. 1964 Northern State University (S.D)................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................6.......................0.................................. 1987 Northwest Missouri State University........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 0.......................7.......................0.................................. 2007 Northwestern College (Iowa)....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 0.......................6.......................0.................................. 1987 Ottawa University (Kan.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2.......................0.......................0.................................. 1940 Panhandle State University (Okla.)............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7.......................4.......................0.................................. 1985 Peru State College (Neb.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 30....................34....................2.................................. 1997 Pittsburg State..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 0.......................3.......................0.................................. 2010 Regis University (Colo.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2.......................0.......................0.................................. 1929 Rocky Mountain College (Mont.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5.......................2.......................0.................................. 1988 Sam Houston State University (Texas)...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 0.......................1.......................0.................................. 1998 Sioux Falls College (S.D.)................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1.......................0.......................0.................................. 1962 South Dakota State University...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................1.......................0.................................. 2002 South Dakota Tech............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 46....................18....................0.................................. 1995 Southwest Minnesota State University..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2.......................0.......................0.................................. 1969 Sterling College (Kan.)..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 0.......................1.......................0.................................. 1940 Tabor College (Kan.)......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................0.......................0.................................. 1994 Tarleton State (Texas)...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 0.......................1.......................0.................................. 2001 University of California at Davis.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 0.......................1.......................0.................................. 2000 University of Colorado..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................2.......................0.................................. 1933 University of Mary............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4.......................1.......................0.................................. 2011 University of Minnesota-Duluth.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 0.......................3.......................0.................................. ­2008 University of Nebraska “B”............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2.......................0.......................0.................................. 1934 University of Nebraska-Kearney................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 21....................49....................1.................................. 2011 University of Nebraska at Omaha............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3.......................3.......................0.................................. 1935 University of Northern Colorado................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3.......................6.......................0.................................. 2007 University of Wyoming.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2.......................4.......................0.................................. 1940 Washburn University....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1.......................0.......................0.................................. 2007 Wayne State College (Neb.)........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37....................28....................1.................................. 2008 Western Montana College.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 2.......................2.......................1.................................. 1998 Western Washington University.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 0.......................1.......................0.................................. 1999 Wisconsin-River Falls....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4.......................0.......................0.................................. 2003 Colleges No Longer Operating...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 31....................8.......................0.................................. 1989 High Schools......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7.......................3.......................1.................................. 1920 Totals....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 318..................285.................12 Grand Totals.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 501...............341...............15 Includes all games except exhibition games vs. teams from Mexico

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Chadron State College Postseason Records INDIVIDUAL Most Yards Rushing 252.......................................................... Danny Woodhead vs. West Texas A&M, 2006

TEAM Most First Downs 41..................................................................................................vs. Abilene Christian, 2007

Most Passes Completed 37..........................................................................Joe McLain vs. Abilene Christian, 2007

Most Yards Passing 443...............................................................................................vs. Abilene Christian, 2007

Most Yards Passing 443.......................................................................Joe McLain vs. Abilene Christian, 2007

Most Passes Attempted 66.................................................................... Joe McLain vs. Northwest Missouri, 2007

Most Passes Caught 10............................................................ Danny Woodhead, Northwest Missouri, 2007 Most Yards Receiving 193.............................................................................Bill Ryan vs. Baker University, 1978

Longest Field Goal 48 yards......................................................................... Aaron Turner vs. Cal Davis, 2000 Longest Touchdown Pass 88 yards from Brad Fults to Bill Ryan............................ vs. Baker University, 1978 Longest Touchdown Run From Scrimmage 44 yards by Brad Fults.......................................................... vs. Baker University, 1978

Most Interceptions 4................................................................................ Verne Lewellen vs. Idaho State, 1949 Longest Touchdown Run With an Interception 52................................................................... Ryan Turman vs. Central Oklahoma, 1996

Most Tackles 20...................................................................Corey Anderson vs. Dickinson State, 1990 Most Unassisted Tackles 17...................................................................Corey Anderson vs. Dickinson State, 1990

Most Yards Rushing 290................................................................................................ vs. West Texas A&M, 2006

Most Total Net Yards 716...............................................................................................vs. Abilene Christian, 2007 Most Points Scored 76..................................................................................................vs. Abilene Christian, 2007

Postseason Play Before Joining Division II (1-3) 1949: Idaho State University 20, Chadron State 2 (Bean Bowl at Scottsbluff) 1978: CSC 30, Baker University 19 (Boot Hill Bowl at Dodge City, Kan.) 1989: Nebraska Wesleyan 46, CSC 43, 2OT (NAIA II Playoffs at Chadron, Neb.) 1990: Dickinson State 28, CSC 3, (NAIA II Playoffs at Dickinson, S.D.) NCAA D-II Playoff Results (3-7) 1996: Central Oklahoma 23, CSC 21 (NCAA II Playoffs at Edmund, Okla.) 1998: Central Oklahoma 21, CSC 19 (NCAA II Playoffs at Edmund, Okla.) 2000: Cal Davis 48, CSC 10 (NCAA II Playoffs at Davis, Calif.) 2001: Tarleton State 28, CSC 24 (NCAA II Playoffs at Chadron, Neb.) 2006: CSC 43, West Texas A&M 17 (NCAA II Playoffs at Chadron, Neb.) Northwest Missouri 28, CSC 21 (NCAA II Playoffs at Maryville, Mo.) 2007: CSC 76, Abilene Christian 73, 3OT (NCAA II Playoffs at Chadron, Neb.) Northwest Missouri 26, CSC 13 (NCAA II Playoffs at Chadron, Neb.) 2008: CSC 23, Wayne State 17, (NCAA II Playoffs at Chadron, Neb.) *Minnesota-Duluth 20, CSC 10 (NCAA II Playoffs at Duluth, Minn.) 2011: West Texas A&M 38, CSC 30 (NCAA II Playoffs at Chadron, Neb.) All-Time Record in Postseason: 4-11 Home: 3-4 Away: 0-6 Neutral: 1-1

* Won 2008 NCAA D-II National Championship

RMAC Records

TEAM Punt Return Yards (Season) 714........................................................................................................................................... 1999 Fewest Yards Allowed (Game) -3.................................................................................................................vs. Fort Lewis, 1998 Rushing Net Yards (Season) 3,372........................................................................................................................................ 2006 Total Offensive Plays (Game) 116...............................................................................................vs. Abilene Christian, 2007 Total Offensive Plays (Season) 897........................................................................................................................................... 2008 Average Yards Per Play (Game) 11.0...................................................................... Chadron State vs. Western State, 2007 Total Net Yards (Season) 5,701........................................................................................................................................ 2007 Most Points Scored by Two Teams 149................................................................ Chadron State vs. Abilene Christian, 2007 Most Touchdowns (Game) 11................................................................... Chadron State vs. Abilene Christian, 2007 Most Touchdowns Scored by Two Teams 21................................................................... Chadron State vs. Abilene Christian, 2007 Points Scored (Season) 488........................................................................................................................................... 2007 Most Touchdowns Rushing (Season) 42.............................................................................................................................................. 2007

INDIVIDUAL Touchdowns Responsible For (Game) 8.............................................................................Joe McLain vs. Abilene Christian, 2007 Points Responsible For (Game) 48..........................................................................Joe McLain vs. Abilene Christian, 2007 Longest Pass 99 yards...................................Matt Strand to Rian Weber vs. UW-River Falls, 2000 Most Interception Return Yards (Game) 136........................................................................................ Marvin Jackson vs. UNK, 2001 Most Interceptions Returned for a Touchdown (Game) 2...........Ryan Turman vs. Colorado Mines, 1998; Marvin Jackson vs. UNK, 2001 Most Rushing Attempts (Season) 344.................................................................................................... Danny Woodhead, 2006 Most Rushing Yards (Season) 2,756................................................................................................. Danny Woodhead, 2006 Most Rushing Touchdowns (Season) 34....................................................................................................... Danny Woodhead, 2006 Best Rushing Average (Game) 212.0................................................................................................. Danny Woodhead, 2006 Most Punt Returns (Game) 9.....Austin Forster vs. Mesa State, 2000; Mitch Barry vs. Fort Hays State, 2001 Most Punt Returns (Season) 45...............................................................................................................Austin Forster, 1999 Most All-Purpose Yards (Season) 3,159................................................................................................. Danny Woodhead, 2006 Most All-Purpose Yards Averaged (Game) 243.0................................................................................................. Danny Woodhead, 2006 Most Touchdowns Scored (Season) 38....................................................................................................... Danny Woodhead, 2006 Most Points Scored (Per Game) 17.5................................................................................................... Danny Woodhead, 2006 Most Points Scored (Season) 228.................................................................................................... Danny Woodhead, 2006 Most PAT Attempts (Season) 63.................................................................................................................... Travis Atter, 2007

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Individual Career Records - RUSHING (CAREER) Yards 1. 7962 Danny Woodhead (1156-7962)...................................................2004-07 2. 4478 David Jones (756-4478)..................................................................1987-90 3. 3258 Corey Campbell (621-3258).........................................................1992-95 4. 3138 Glen Clinton (587-3138)......................................................2010-Pre. 5. 2947 David McCartney (568-2947).......................................................1990-93 6. 2752 Austin Forster (511-2752)............................................................1999-03 7. 2477 Anthony Simmons (425-2477)....................................................1997-99 8. 2231 Mike Fackrell (466-2231)..............................................................1996-99 9. 2224 Willy Long (497-2224)....................................................................1980-82 10. 1861 Jason Sleep (328-1861)..................................................... 1988-89,91-93

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1242 1095 1088 1049 969 830 749 734 683 424

- PASSING (CAREER) Pass attempts Trevor Moon (635-1242-36)........................................................1995-98 Shawn Eisenreich (606-1095-35)..............................................2000-04 Joe McLain (658-1088-29)............................................................2005-08 Steward Perez (578-1049-62).....................................................1988-91 Matt Strand (533-969-28).............................................................1998-01 Brad Fults (407-830-44)................................................................1975-78 Trevor Long (406-749-25)............................................................1991-94 Scott Wickard (327-734-43).........................................................1979-82 Jonn McLain (441-683-14)..................................................2009-Pre. Tom Overstreet (199-424-35)......................................................1984-87

Rushing TDs Danny Woodhead...............................................................................2004-07 David McCartney................................................................................1990-93 David Jones...........................................................................................1987-90 Bob Houston.........................................................................................1973-76 Austin Forster......................................................................................1999-03 Willy Long.............................................................................................1980-82 Corey Campbell...................................................................................1992-95 Glen Clinton................................................................................ 2010-12 Mike Fackrell........................................................................................1996-99 Ken Parks...............................................................................................1968-69

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

9332 8438 8011 7840 7119 5658 5294 4919 4205 3307

Passing yards Trevor Moon (635-1242-36)........................................................1995-98 Steward Perez (578-1049-62).....................................................1988-91 Joe McLain (658-1088-29)............................................................2005-08 Shawn Eisenreich (606-1095-35)..............................................2000-04 Matt Strand (533-969-28).............................................................1998-01 Brad Fults (407-830-44)................................................................1975-78 Trevor Long (406-749-25)............................................................1991-94 Jonn McLain (441-683-14)..................................................2009-Pre. Scott Wickard (327-734-43).........................................................1979-82 Tim Turman (177-370-30)............................................................1967-70

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1156 756 621 587 568 511 497 483 466 425

Rushing attempts Danny Woodhead (1156-7962)...................................................2004-07 David Jones (756-4478)..................................................................1987-90 Corey Campbell (621-3258).........................................................1992-95 Glen Clinton (587-3138)......................................................2010-Pre. David McCartney (568-2947).......................................................1990-93 Austin Forster (511-2752)............................................................1999-03 Willy Long (497-2224)....................................................................1980-82 Bob Houston (483-1845)...............................................................1973-76 Mike Fackrell (466-2231)..............................................................1996-99 Anthony Simmons (425-2477)....................................................1997-99

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

6.89 5.92 5.83 5.39 5.35 5.25 5.19 4.79 4.47 3.82

Average yards/rush (minimum 400 attempts) Danny Woodhead........................... (1156-7962) David Jones.............................................. (756-4478) Anthony Simmons................................ (425-2477) Austin Forster......................................... (511-2752) Glen Clinton........................................ (587-3138) Corey Campbell...................................... (621-3258) David McCartney................................... (568-2947) Mike Fackrell........................................... (466-2231) Willy Long................................................ (497-2224) Bob Houston............................................ (483-1845)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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101 48 37 31 30 27 22 19 18 18

181.0 114.8 106.3 101.2 79.4 77.6 77.4 72.4 70.2 54.1

Rushing yards/game (minimum 10 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (44 games) David Jones.............................................. (39 games) Larry Gold................................................ (17 games) Glen Clinton........................................ (31 games) Willy Long................................................ (28 games) Corey Campbell...................................... (42 games) Anthony Simmons................................ (32 games) Austin Forster......................................... (38 games) David McCartney................................... (42 games) Peter Holak.............................................. (14 games)

2004-07 1987-90 1997-99 1999-03 2010-Pre. 1992-95 1990-93 1996-99 1980-82 1973-76 2004-07 1987-90 1967-68 2010-Pre. 1980-82 1992-95 1997-99 1999-03 1990-93 2000-01

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

658 635 606 578 533 441 407 406 327 259

73 70 70 63 55 49 36 33 28 27

64.6 60.5 55.3 55.1 55.0 54.2 51.1 49.0 44.6

Pass completions Joe McLain (658-1088-29)............................................................2005-08 Trevor Moon (635-1242-36)........................................................1995-98 Shawn Eisenreich (606-1095-35)..............................................2000-04 Steward Perez (578-1049-62).....................................................1988-91 Matt Strand (533-969-28).............................................................1998-01 Jonn McLain (441-683-14).............................................. 2009-Pre. Brad Fults (407-830-44)................................................................1975-78 Trevor Long (406-749-25)............................................................1991-94 Scott Wickard (327-734-43).........................................................1979-82 Garrett Treffer (259-399-16).......................................................2007-10

Passing TDs Steward Perez......................................................................................1988-91 Joe McLain.............................................................................................2005-08 Shawn Eisenreich...............................................................................2000-04 Trevor Moon.........................................................................................1995-98 Matt Strand...........................................................................................1998-01 Jonn McLain.............................................................................2009-Pre. Brad Fults..............................................................................................1975-78 Trevor Long..........................................................................................1991-94 Tim Turman.........................................................................................1967-70 John Riggs.....................................................................................................1985 Pass completion pct (minimum 500 attempts) Jonn McLain....................................... (441-683-14) Joe McLain................................................ (658-1088-29) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (606-1095-35) Steward Perez......................................... (578-1049-62) Matt Strand.............................................. (533-969-28) Trevor Long............................................. (406-749-25) Trevor Moon............................................ (635-1242-36) Brad Fults................................................. (407-830-44) Scott Wickard......................................... (327-734-43) BOLD, Set in 2012 Active Player in ITALICS

2009-Pre. 2005-08 2000-04 1988-91 1998-01 1991-94 1995-98 1975-78 1979-82


Individual Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

144.6 138.2 133.8 130.2 129.7 125.2 121.4 110.0 92.6

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

14.7 14.6 13.9 13.4 13.0 12.9 12.9 12.2 11.2

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

8.0 7.5 7.4 7.3 7.2 7.2 7.1 6.8 5.7

Pass efficiency (minimum 500 attempts) Jonn McLain....................................... (441-683-14) Joe McLain................................................ (658-1088-29) Steward Perez......................................... (578-1049-62) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (606-1095-35) Matt Strand.............................................. (533-969-28) Trevor Moon............................................ (635-1242-36) Trevor Long............................................. (406-749-25) Brad Fults................................................. (407-830-44) Scott Wickard......................................... (327-734-43)

2009-12 2005-08 1988-91 2000-04 1998-01 1995-98 1991-94 1975-78 1979-82

Average yards/pass (minimum 500 attempts) Steward Perez......................................... (578-1049-62) Trevor Moon............................................ (635-1242-36) Joe McLain................................................ (658-1088-29) Matt Strand.............................................. (533-969-28) Jonn McLain....................................... (441-683-14) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (606-1095-35) Trevor Long............................................. (406-749-25) Brad Fults................................................. (407-830-44) Scott Wickard......................................... (327-734-43)

1988-91 1995-98 2005-08 1998-01 2009-Pre. 2000-04 1991-94 1975-78 1979-82

Passing yards/game (minimum 10 games) Trevor Moon............................................ (43 games) Steward Perez......................................... (41 games) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (39 games) Jonn McLain....................................... (25 games) Joe McLain................................................ (43 games) Matt Strand.............................................. (41 games) Phil Warrick............................................ (10 games) Brad Fults................................................. (40 games) Trevor Long............................................. (43 games) Brandon Gorsuch.................................. (19 games)

1995-98 1988-91 2000-04 2009-Pre. 2005-08 1998-01 1984 1975-78 1991-94 2011-12

Average yards/completion (minimum 500 attempts) Trevor Moon............................................ (635-1242-36) 1995-98 Steward Perez......................................... (578-1049-62) 1988-91 Brad Fults................................................. (407-830-44) 1975-78 Matt Strand.............................................. (533-969-28) 1998-01 Trevor Long............................................. (406-749-25) 1991-94 Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (606-1095-35) 2000-04 Scott Wickard......................................... (327-734-43) 1979-82 Joe McLain................................................ (658-1088-29) 2005-08 Jonn McLain....................................... (441-683-14) 2009-Pre.

217.0 205.8 201.0 196.8 186.3 173.6 167.2 141.4 123.1 114.4

- RECEIVING (CAREER) Pass reception yards 1. 2941 Cory Brooks (188-2941).................................................................1992-95 2. 2486 Jess Clarke (156-2486)....................................................................1996-99 3. 2137 Jay Rhoades (105-2137).................................................................1988-91 4. 2134 Bill Ryan (134-2134)........................................................................1975-78 5. 2050 Duane Smith (129-2050)...............................................................1984-85 6. 1917 B. Harrington (153-1917)..............................................................2005-09 7. 1877 Joe Planansky (154-1877).............................................................1991-94 8. 1792 Rick Watson (96-1792)...................................................................1967-70 9. 1771 Nathan Ross (133-1771).....................................................2010-Pre. 10. 1576 Isaac Stockton (145-1576)............................................................2006-09 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

188 156 154 153 145 134 133 129 129 113

Pass receptions Cory Brooks (188-2941).................................................................1992-95 Jess Clarke (156-2486)....................................................................1996-99 Joe Planansky (154-1877).............................................................1991-94 B. Harrington (153-1917)..............................................................2005-09 Isaac Stockton (145-1576)............................................................2006-09 Bill Ryan (134-2134)........................................................................1975-78 Nathan Ross (133-1771).....................................................2010-Pre. Duane Smith (129-2050)...............................................................1984-85 Danny Woodhead (129-1417).....................................................2004-07 Logan Stropko (113-1150)............................................................2004-07

Allan Schmaltz 1. 3. 5. 7. 8. 10.

22 22 19 19 17 17 16 15 15 14 14 14

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

6.79 5.15 4.90 4.72 4.48 3.91 3.90 3.81 3.63 3.58

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

20.35 15.94 15.93 15.89 15.64 13.41 13.32 12.53 12.19 11.86

Pass reception TDs Jay Rhoades..........................................................................................1988-91 Cory Brooks..........................................................................................1992-95 Bill Ryan.................................................................................................1975-78 Isaac Stockton......................................................................................2006-09 Duane Smith.........................................................................................1984-85 Nathan Ross.............................................................................2010-Pre. Bryce Flammang.................................................................................2001-04 Jess Clarke.............................................................................................1996-99 Rick Watson..........................................................................................1967-70 Scott Orchard.......................................................................................1982-85 Chris Stein.............................................................................................1986-89 B. Harrington.......................................................................................2005-09

Average yards/catch (minimum 100 receptions) Jay Rhoades............................................. (105-2137) Jess Clarke................................................ (156-2486) Bill Ryan.................................................... (134-2134) Duane Smith............................................ (129-2050) Cory Brooks............................................. (188-2941) Michael Wahlstrom.............................. (103-1381) Nathan Ross....................................... (133-1771) B. Harrington.......................................... (153-1917) Joe Planansky.......................................... (154-1877) Chris Stein................................................ (108-1281) Receptions/game (minimum 10 games) Duane Smith............................................ (19 games) Michael Wahlstrom.............................. (20 games) Don Beebe................................................ (10 games) Jim Fairfield............................................. (18 games) Cory Brooks............................................. (42 games) Nathan Ross....................................... (34 games) Mike Lockwood...................................... (10 games) Bryce Flammang.................................... (26 games) Jess Clarke................................................ (43 games) Joe Planansky.......................................... (43 games)

1988-91 1996-99 1975-78 1984-85 1992-95 2001-02 2010-Pre. 2005-09 1991-94 1986-89 1984-85 2001-02 1988 1981-82 1992-95 2010-Pre. 1988 2001-04 1996-99 1991-94

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Individual Career Records - TOTAL OFFENSE (CAREER) Total offense yards 1. 9044 Trevor Moon (1400-9044).............................................................1995-98 2. 8718 Joe McLain (1333-8718).................................................................2005-08 3. 8703 Steward Perez (1353-8703)..........................................................1988-91 4. 7960 Danny Woodhead (1158-7960)...................................................2004-07 5. 7928 Shawn Eisenreich (1258-7928)...................................................2000-04 6. 7852 Matt Strand (1170-7852)...............................................................1998-01 7. 6603 Brad Fults (1152-6603)..................................................................1975-78 8. 5223 Trevor Long (868-5223).................................................................1991-94 9. 4957 Jonn McLain (773-4957)......................................................2009-Pre. 10. 4478 David Jones (757-4478)..................................................................1987-90 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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109 88 87 75 66 65 56 53 48 38 38

212.3 210.3 203.3 202.7 198.3 191.5 180.9 165.1 139.7 121.5 6.87 6.71 6.54 6.46 6.43 6.30 6.02 5.73 4.52

9480 4968 4116 4114 3726 3651 3561 3363 3197 3084

215.5 170.9 140.5 132.7 127.4 121.4 117.8 108.3 99.9 93.2

TDs responsible for Danny Woodhead...............................................................................2004-07 Steward Perez......................................................................................1988-91 Joe McLain.............................................................................................2005-08 Shawn Eisenreich...............................................................................2000-04 Trevor Moon.........................................................................................1995-98 Matt Strand...........................................................................................1998-01 Jonn McLain.............................................................................2009-Pre. Brad Fults..............................................................................................1975-78 David McCartney................................................................................1990-93 Trevor Long..........................................................................................1991-94 David Jones...........................................................................................1987-90 Total offense/game (minimum 10 games) Steward Perez......................................... (41 games) Trevor Moon............................................ (43 games) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (39 games) Joe McLain................................................ (43 games) Jonn McLain....................................... (25 games) Matt Strand.............................................. (41 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (44 games) Brad Fults................................................. (40 games) Phil Warrick............................................ (10 games) Trevor Long............................................. (43 games)

Total offense/play (minimum 850 plays) Danny Woodhead.................................. (1158-7960) Matt Strand.............................................. (1170-7852) Joe McLain................................................ (1333-8718) Trevor Moon............................................ (1400-9044) Steward Perez......................................... (1353-8703) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (1258-7928) Trevor Long............................................. (868-5223) Brad Fults................................................. (1152-6603) Scott Wickard......................................... (904-4082)

1988-91 1995-98 2000-04 2005-08 2009-Pre. 1998-01 2004-07 1975-78 1984 1991-94 2004-07 1998-01 2005-08 1995-98 1988-91 2000-04 1991-94 1975-78 1979-82

All purpose yards Danny Woodhead...............................................................................2004-07 David Jones...........................................................................................1987-90 Austin Forster......................................................................................1999-03 Glen Clinton..............................................................................2010-Pre. Bill Ryan.................................................................................................1975-78 J D Hill.....................................................................................................1978-80 Corey Campbell...................................................................................1992-95 B. Harrington.......................................................................................2005-09 Anthony Simmons.............................................................................1997-99 David McCartney................................................................................1990-93 All purpose yards/game (minimum 10 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (44 games) Don Beebe................................................ (10 games) Duane Smith............................................ (19 games) Glen Clinton........................................ (31 games) David Jones.............................................. (39 games) Larry Gold................................................ (17 games) J D Hill........................................................ (31 games) Austin Forster......................................... (38 games) Anthony Simmons................................ (32 games) Bill Ryan.................................................... (40 games)

2004-07 1988 1984-85 2010-Pre. 1987-90 1967-68 1978-80 1999-03 1997-99 1975-78

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

654 371 294 254 228 222 206 203 198 164 164 164

- SCORING (CAREER) Total points scored Danny Woodhead (109 TD)...........................................................2004-07 Travis Atter (200 PAT, 57 FG).......................................................2006-09 David McCartney (48 TD, 3 PAT).................................................1990-93 Scott Doyle (116 PAT, 46 FG)........................................................1992-95 David Jones (38 TD)..........................................................................1987-90 Jay Masek (77 PAT, 48 FG)..............................................................1987-90 Austin Forster (34 TD, 1 PAT).......................................................1999-03 Ryan Mackey (113 PAT, 30 FG).....................................................2002-05 Bob Houston (33 TD).......................................................................1973-76 Alex Ferdinand (80 PAT, 28 FG).........................................2011-Pre. Willy Long (27 TD, 1 PAT)..............................................................1980-82 Aaron Turner (83 PAT, 27 FG)......................................................1998-00

200 116 113 83 80 76 56 56 48 43

- EXTRA POINTS (CAREER) PAT kicks made Travis Atter (200-214)....................................................................2006-09 Scott Doyle (116-128).....................................................................1992-95 Ryan Mackey (113-134)..................................................................2002-05 Aaron Turner (83-89)......................................................................1998-00 Alex Ferdinand (80-85)........................................................2011-Pre. Jay Masek (76-86)..............................................................................1987-90 Dan O’Donnell (56-63)....................................................................1997-98 Mike Kearns (56-56)........................................................................1969-70 Chad Emanuel (48-0).......................................................................1974-77 Ryan Larson (43-53)...............................................................................2001

109 48 38 34 33 27 24 22 22 22

214 134 128 89 86 85 63 56 53 41

Touchdowns scored Danny Woodhead (101 rush, 8 rcv)...........................................2004-07 David McCartney (48 rush)...........................................................1990-93 David Jones (37 rush, 1 rcv)..........................................................1987-90 Austin Forster (30 rush, 4 rcv).....................................................1999-03 Bob Houston (31 rush, 2 rcv).......................................................1973-76 Willy Long (27 rush)........................................................................1980-82 Cory Brooks (2 rush, 22 rcv).........................................................1992-95 Jay Rhoades (22 rcv)........................................................................1988-91 Mike Fackrell (18 rush, 4 rcv).......................................................1996-99 Corey Campbell (22 rush)..............................................................1992-95

PAT kicks attempted Travis Atter (200-214)....................................................................2006-09 Ryan Mackey (113-134)..................................................................2002-05 Scott Doyle (116-128).....................................................................1992-95 Aaron Turner (83-89)......................................................................1998-00 Jay Masek (76-86)..............................................................................1987-90 Alex Ferdinand (80-85)........................................................2011-Pre. Dan O’Donnell (56-63)....................................................................1997-98 Mike Kearns (56-56)........................................................................1969-70 Ryan Larson (43-53)...............................................................................2001 Gene Kelly (30-41)...................................................................................1968

Brandon Gorsuch


Individual Career Records 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

100.0 100.0 94.4 94.1 93.5 93.3 90.6 88.9 88.4

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

57 48 46 30 28 27 18 15 12 12

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

78 69 68 45 37 33 25 22 17 8 8 8

84.8 73.1 73.0 70.6 66.7 66.7

PAT kick pct (minimum 30 attempts) Mike Kearns............................................. (56-56) Michael Ziola........................................... (39-39) Vince Severino........................................ (34-36) Alex Ferdinand.................................. (80-85) Travis Atter.............................................. (200-214) Aaron Turner.......................................... (83-89) Scott Doyle............................................... (116-128) Dan O’Donnell......................................... (56-63) Jay Masek.................................................. (76-86)

1969-70 2010 1991 2011-Pre. 2006-09 1998-00 1992-95 1997-98 1987-90

- FIELD GOALS (CAREER) Field goals made Travis Atter (57-78)..........................................................................2006-09 Jay Masek (48-68)..............................................................................1987-90 Scott Doyle (46-69)...........................................................................1992-95 Ryan Mackey (30-45).......................................................................2002-05 Alex Ferdinand (28-33)........................................................2011-Pre. Aaron Turner (27-37)......................................................................1998-00 Michael Ziola (18-22)..............................................................................2010 Chad Emanuel (15-0).......................................................................1974-77 Bob Lacey (12-0)................................................................................1973-75 Dan O’Donnell (12-25)....................................................................1997-98 Field goals attempted Travis Atter (57-78)..........................................................................2006-09 Scott Doyle (46-69)...........................................................................1992-95 Jay Masek (48-68)..............................................................................1987-90 Ryan Mackey (30-45).......................................................................2002-05 Aaron Turner (27-37)......................................................................1998-00 Alex Ferdinand (28-33)........................................................2011-Pre. Dan O’Donnell (12-25)....................................................................1997-98 Michael Ziola (18-22)..............................................................................2010 John Morgan (9-17)..........................................................................1984-86 Ryan Larson (5-8).....................................................................................2001 Bryan Lee (4-8)..........................................................................................2002 Todd Matkin (4-8)....................................................................................1996 Field goal pct (minimum 30 attempts) Alex Ferdinand.................................. (28-33) Travis Atter.............................................. (57-78) Aaron Turner.......................................... (27-37) Jay Masek.................................................. (48-68) Scott Doyle............................................... (46-69) Ryan Mackey........................................... (30-45)

2011-Pre. 2006-09 1998-00 1987-90 1992-95 2002-05

- PUNTING (CAREER) Punt yards 1. 9446 Jarod Moeller (245-9446)..............................................................1996-99 2. 8655 Kevin Berg (212-8655)...................................................................2006-10 3. 7240 Duane Fritz (181-7240)..................................................................1973-76 4. 7224 Rod Bussinger (190-7224)............................................................1982-85 5. 6697 Lynn Wendelin (174-6697)...........................................................1992-95 6. 6362 Mark Perrella (178-6362)..............................................................1978-81 7. 4375 Scott Charron (119-4375)....................................................... 1984,86-87 8. 4329 Matt Strand (115-4329)..................................................................1998-01 9. 4116 Josh Borm (107-4116)........................................................ 2011-12 10. 3546 Steve Nelson (97-3546)..................................................................1972-73 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

245 212 190 181 178 174 119 115 107 97

Punt attempts Jarod Moeller (245-9446)..............................................................1996-99 Kevin Berg (212-8655)...................................................................2006-10 Rod Bussinger (190-7224)............................................................1982-85 Duane Fritz (181-7240)..................................................................1973-76 Mark Perrella (178-6362)..............................................................1978-81 Lynn Wendelin (174-6697)...........................................................1992-95 Scott Charron (119-4375)....................................................... 1984,86-87 Matt Strand (115-4329)..................................................................1998-01 Josh Borm (107-4116)........................................................ 2011-12 Steve Nelson (97-3546)..................................................................1972-73

Jan Karlos Medina Average yards/punt (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 40.83 Kevin Berg................................................ (212-8655) 2. 40.00 Duane Fritz.............................................. (181-7240) 3. 38.56 Jarod Moeller.......................................... (245-9446) 4. 38.49 Lynn Wendelin....................................... (174-6697) 5. 38.47 Josh Borm......................................... (107-4116) 6. 38.04 Mitch Barry.............................................. (90-3424) 7. 38.04 Ross Janssen............................................ (71-2701) 8. 38.02 Rod Bussinger........................................ (190-7224) 9. 37.64 Matt Strand.............................................. (115-4329) 10. 37.04 Bob Stouffer............................................. (55-2037)

2006-10 1973-76 1996-99 1992-95 2011-12 2001-04 2004-05 1982-85 1998-01 1962

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

998 975 920 622 578 560 560 532 495 483

- PUNT RETURNS (CAREER) Punt return yards Mitch Barry (89-998).......................................................................2001-04 Jamie Knapke (96-975)...................................................................1995-98 Austin Forster (83-920)..................................................................1999-03 Micah Smith (35-622)............................................................... 2004,06-07 Trelan Taylor (61-578)........................................................2009-Pre. Jerome Hyatte (55-560)..................................................................1988-91 C. Mitchell (55-560)..........................................................................1981-83 Bill Ryan (50-532).............................................................................1975-78 Jed Herblan (62-495).......................................................................2007-10 Cody Gamble (54-483)....................................................................1991-94

1. 5.

2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Punt return TDs Solomon Withers......................................................................................1999 M. Threatts............................................................................................2008-09 Bill Ryan.................................................................................................1975-78 Mark Sholtz........................................................................................... 1977,79 Cory Beran............................................................................................2007-10 Rick Watson..........................................................................................1967-70 Stan Labertew.............................................................................. 1968-71,71 Barton Cron..........................................................................................2003-07 Jerome Hyatte......................................................................................1988-91 Micah Smith................................................................................... 2004,06-07 Chris Anglin..........................................................................................1988-90 Tyler Watson........................................................................................2005-09 Duane Smith.........................................................................................1984-85 Luke Sittner..........................................................................................2001-03 Aaron Cooksley...................................................................................2006-09 Landon Ehlers.....................................................................................2004-07 Trelan Taylor...........................................................................2009-Pre.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

96 89 83 62 61 55 55 54 50 35

Punt returns Jamie Knapke (96-975)...................................................................1995-98 Mitch Barry (89-998).......................................................................2001-04 Austin Forster (83-920)..................................................................1999-03 Jed Herblan (62-495).......................................................................2007-10 Trelan Taylor (61-578)........................................................2009-Pre. C. Mitchell (55-560)..........................................................................1981-83 Jerome Hyatte (55-560)..................................................................1988-91 Cody Gamble (54-483)....................................................................1991-94 Bill Ryan (50-532).............................................................................1975-78 Micah Smith (35-622)............................................................... 2004,06-07

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Individual Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Average yards/punt return (minimum 20 attempts) 17.77 Micah Smith............................................. (35-622) 2004,06-07 13.68 Landon Ehlers........................................ (28-383) 2004-07 13.13 Mark Sholtz.............................................. (31-407) 1977,79 11.44 Marvin Jackson....................................... (25-286) 2000-03 11.21 Mitch Barry.............................................. (89-998) 2001-04 11.08 Austin Forster......................................... (83-920) 1999-03 10.64 Bill Ryan.................................................... (50-532) 1975-78 10.33 Paul Muzquiz.......................................... (21-217) 1972-75 10.27 Henry Tullo.............................................. (22-226) 1968-70 10.18 C. Mitchell................................................. (55-560) 1981-83 10.18 Jerome Hyatte......................................... (55-560) 1988-91

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1354 1336 1270 1043 1017 915 905 878 823 733

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10. 1. 2.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

54

54 52 49 42 41 41 35 35 34 30 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

- KICK RETURNS (CAREER) Kick return yards B. Harrington (52-1354).................................................................2005-09 J D Hill (49-1336)...............................................................................1978-80 Jeff Palser (54-1270)........................................................................1991-93 Bill Ryan (42-1043)..........................................................................1975-78 Marvin Jackson (35-1017).............................................................2000-03 Beau Sheets (34-915)............................................................... 1999-01,03 Nathan Ross (35-905)..........................................................2010-Pre. Todd Ziettlow (41-878)...................................................................1991-94 M. Threatts (26-823)........................................................................2008-09 Mark Sholtz (30-733)....................................................................... 1977,79 Kick returns Jeff Palser (54-1270)........................................................................1991-93 B. Harrington (52-1354).................................................................2005-09 J D Hill (49-1336)...............................................................................1978-80 Bill Ryan (42-1043)..........................................................................1975-78 Jerome Hyatte (41-693)..................................................................1988-91 Todd Ziettlow (41-878)...................................................................1991-94 Marvin Jackson (35-1017).............................................................2000-03 Nathan Ross (35-905)..........................................................2010-Pre. Beau Sheets (34-915)............................................................... 1999-01,03 Mark Sholtz (30-733)....................................................................... 1977,79 Kick return TDs Marvin Jackson....................................................................................2000-03 Nathan Ross.............................................................................2010-Pre. M. Threatts............................................................................................2008-09 Glen Clinton..............................................................................2010-Pre. Andy Callagan.............................................................................................1982 Stan Labertew.............................................................................. 1968-71,71 J D Hill.....................................................................................................1978-80 Mark Sholtz........................................................................................... 1977,79 Dave Landen................................................................................................1987 Beau Sheets................................................................................... 1999-01,03

7. 9. 10.

184 184 180 169

Cordell Bullis (12-184)....................................................................1969-72 Corey Anderson (8-184).................................................................1987-90 Jack Padgett (9-180).........................................................................1974-75 Randy Bauer (16-169).....................................................................1971-73

1. 2. 3.

4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Interception return TDs Marvin Jackson....................................................................................2000-03 Ken Thompson....................................................................................1979-81 Cordell Bullis........................................................................................1969-72 Cody Gamble........................................................................................1991-94 Eric Barker............................................................................................2003-06 Phil Rivera.............................................................................................2009-12 Kent Woodhead..................................................................................1976-78 Ross Morris...........................................................................................1998-01 Ryan Turner................................................................................................1998 Kerry Bailey..........................................................................................1993-96 Steve Wadas.................................................................................. 1978,80-81 Scott Sterkel.................................................................................. 1998,00-02

1. 3. 4. 6. 8. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

21 21 18 16 16 14 14 13 13 12

492 401 371 356 340 325 319 302 299 299

Interceptions Marvin Jackson (21-354)................................................................2000-03 Cody Gamble (21-324)....................................................................1991-94 Jerome Hyatte (18-214)..................................................................1988-91 Ken Thompson (16-290)................................................................1979-81 Randy Bauer (16-169).....................................................................1971-73 Ryan Turman (14-242)...................................................................1995-98 Kevin Kirwan (14-36)......................................................................1967-69 Ron Brooks (13-165)........................................................................1974-77 Rick Watson (13-121)......................................................................1967-70 Cordell Bullis (12-184)....................................................................1969-72

- DEFENSE (CAREER) Total tackles Kevin Homer (286-206)..................................................................1995-98 Corey Anderson (164-237)...........................................................1987-90 Chad Johnson (145-226)................................................................1991-94 Rick Nave (125-231)........................................................................1971-74 Joe Aimone (94-246)........................................................................1971-74 Russ Anderson (131-194)..............................................................1988-91 Ryan Turman (234-85)...................................................................1995-98 Austin Bailey (173-129).................................................................2004-08 Dennis Breinig (108-191)..............................................................1976-79 Kevin Lindholm (130-169)................................................ 2009-12

Average yards/kick return (minimum 30 attempts) 29.06 Marvin Jackson....................................... (35-1017) 2000-03 27.27 J D Hill........................................................ (49-1336) 1978-80 26.91 Beau Sheets............................................. (34-915) 1999-01,03 26.04 B. Harrington.......................................... (52-1354) 2005-09 25.86 Nathan Ross....................................... (35-905) 2010-Pre. 24.83 Bill Ryan.................................................... (42-1043) 1975-78 24.43 Mark Sholtz.............................................. (30-733) 1977,79 23.52 Jeff Palser.................................................. (54-1270) 1991-93 21.41 Todd Ziettlow.......................................... (41-878) 1991-94 16.90 Jerome Hyatte......................................... (41-693) 1988-91 354 324 290 242 214 199

- INTERCEPTION RETURNS (CAREER) Interception return yards Marvin Jackson (21-354)................................................................2000-03 Cody Gamble (21-324)....................................................................1991-94 Ken Thompson (16-290)................................................................1979-81 Ryan Turman (14-242)...................................................................1995-98 Jerome Hyatte (18-214)..................................................................1988-91 Mitch Barry (11-199).......................................................................2001-04

Kevin Lindholm


Individual Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

286 234 182 173 164 161 149 145 136 136

Unassisted tackles Kevin Homer (286-206)..................................................................1995-98 Ryan Turman (234-85)...................................................................1995-98 Paul Schweger (182-107)...............................................................2003-07 Austin Bailey (173-129).................................................................2004-08 Corey Anderson (164-237)...........................................................1987-90 Jeff Turman (161-119)....................................................................1998-01 Jeff Japp (149-62)..............................................................................1997-00 Chad Johnson (145-226)................................................................1991-94 Marvin Jackson (136-52)................................................................2000-03 Jonath Jackson (136-23).................................................................1997-99

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

67.5 52.0 49.5 39.0 37.5 37.0 35.0 35.0 32.5 31.5

Tackles for loss Kevin Homer (67-1/155)...............................................................1995-98 Bart Voycheske (23-58/108)........................................................1979-82 Austin Bailey (40-19/231)............................................................2004-08 Casey Haldeman (30-18/166).....................................................2000-04 Keifer Burke (29-17/157)..............................................................2009-12 Kevin Lindholm (24-26/142)........................................... 2009-12 Jason Barthel (35-0/84).................................................................1998-01 Jared Koester (26-18/156)............................................................2005-08 Casey Beran (32-1/107).................................................................1995-99 Amos Davis (26-11/124)...............................................................2000-03

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

246 241 237 231 226 222 218 217 212 206

35.0 31.5 26.0 25.5 19.5 19.0 17.5 17.0 16.5 16.5 16 10 7 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 36 35 31 26 24 22 22 20 20 19

Assisted tackles Joe Aimone (94-246)........................................................................1971-74 John Walker (46-241)......................................................................1977-80 Corey Anderson (164-237)...........................................................1987-90 Rick Nave (125-231)........................................................................1971-74 Chad Johnson (145-226)................................................................1991-94 Doug Brandt (65-222).....................................................................1969-71 Phil Haberman (58-218)................................................................1980-82 Dennis Hengen (70-217)......................................................... 1979,81-83 Dale Timperley (75-212)................................................................1969-72 Kevin Homer (286-206)..................................................................1995-98

Quarterback sacks Casey Beran (34-2/264).................................................................1995-99 Jeff Japp (29-5/266).........................................................................1997-00 Scott Dolfi (26-0/190).....................................................................1993-94 Joe Juelfs (24-3/184)................................................................ 1991,93-95 Casey Haldeman (15-9/118)........................................................2000-04 Keifer Burke (15-8/122).................................................... 2009-12 Jeff Turman (16-3/157)..................................................................1998-01 Jared Koester (13-8/94).................................................................2005-08 James Belville (14-5/97)................................................................2008-11 Chris Evans (16-1/102)..................................................................1997-00 Fumbles forced Kevin Homer........................................................................................1995-98 Jeff Japp..................................................................................................1997-00 Casey Beran..........................................................................................1995-99 Kalan Jones...........................................................................................2003-06 Joe Juelfs......................................................................................... 1991,93-95 Cory Beran............................................................................................2007-10 Bill Teerlinck........................................................................................2000-02 Paul Schweger.....................................................................................2003-07 James Belville.......................................................................................2008-11 Austin Bailey........................................................................................2004-08 Pass breakups Marvin Jackson....................................................................................2000-03 Kevin Homer........................................................................................1995-98 Mitch Barry...........................................................................................2001-04 Jamie Knapke.......................................................................................1995-98 Cody Gamble........................................................................................1991-94 Jerome Hyatte......................................................................................1988-91 Kerry Bailey..........................................................................................1993-96 Ken Thompson....................................................................................1979-81 Jason Funk.............................................................................................1990-93 Beau Wendling....................................................................................2004-07

Keifer Burke 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 3. 4.

38 27 24 22 22 18 16 15 13 12 12 12 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

QB hurries Casey Beran..........................................................................................1995-99 Nick Hoff................................................................................................1995-98 Kory Richardson.................................................................................1995-98 Jeff Japp..................................................................................................1997-00 Kevin Homer........................................................................................1995-98 Joe Juelfs......................................................................................... 1991,93-95 Chris Evans...........................................................................................1997-00 Jeff Turman...........................................................................................1998-01 James Belville.......................................................................................2008-11 Jerry Kiekow........................................................................................1994-95 Jan Karlos Medina................................................................. 2009-12 Amos Davis...........................................................................................2000-03 Blocked kicks Kramer Hirz..........................................................................................2007-10 Kevin Homer........................................................................................1995-98 Ben Puffer..............................................................................................2006-09 Eric Roth................................................................................................2005-09 Mike Nozicka........................................................................................1986-89 Todd Biggs.............................................................................................1989-92 Court Lutgen........................................................................................1998-99 Casey Beran..........................................................................................1995-99 Jake Ellerd.............................................................................................2002-05 Mark Wyman........................................................................................1987-90 Tim Lecher............................................................................................1987-90 BOLD, Set in 2012 Active Player in ITALICS

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Individual Season Records - RUSHING (SEASON) Rushing yards 1. 2756 Danny Woodhead (344-2756)............................................................2006 2. 1840 Danny Woodhead (284-1840)............................................................2004 3. 1769 Danny Woodhead (278-1769)............................................................2005 4. 1597 Danny Woodhead (250-1597)............................................................2007 5. 1570 David Jones (225-1570).........................................................................1990 6. 1458 David Jones (211-1458).........................................................................1989 7. 1443 Corey Campbell (252-1443)................................................................1994 8. 1359 David McCartney (267-1359)..............................................................1992 9. 1350 Glen Clinton (217-1350)............................................................... 2012 10. 1186 Mike Fackrell (250-1186).....................................................................1996

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

392 374 372 370 367 362 355 350 336 330

- PASSING (SEASON) Pass attempts John Riggs (199-392-9)..........................................................................1985 Joe McLain (238-374-6).........................................................................2008 Joe McLain (220-372-10)......................................................................2007 Shawn Eisenreich (196-370-9)...........................................................2003 Trevor Moon (185-367-12)..................................................................1997 Jonn McLain (239-362-6)............................................................. 2012 Shawn Eisenreich (196-355-10)........................................................2002 Brad Fults (186-350-11).......................................................................1978 Matt Strand (177-336-14)....................................................................1999 Brandon Gorsuch (199-330-10).........................................................2011

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2891 2715 2714 2707 2688 2643 2606 2478 2412 2406

Passing yards John Riggs (199-392-9)..........................................................................1985 Shawn Eisenreich (196-370-9)...........................................................2003 Trevor Moon (185-367-12)..................................................................1997 Joe McLain (238-374-6).........................................................................2008 Joe McLain (220-372-10)......................................................................2007 Steward Perez (179-314-18)...............................................................1991 Jonn McLain (239-362-6)............................................................. 2012 Matt Strand (177-336-14)....................................................................1999 Shawn Eisenreich (191-329-15)........................................................2004 Matt Strand (175-313-7).......................................................................2001

Rushing attempts Danny Woodhead (344-2756)............................................................2006 Danny Woodhead (284-1840)............................................................2004 Danny Woodhead (278-1769)............................................................2005 David McCartney (267-1359)..............................................................1992 Corey Campbell (252-1443)................................................................1994 Mike Fackrell (250-1186).....................................................................1996 Danny Woodhead (250-1597)............................................................2007 Corey Campbell (233-1123)................................................................1995 David Jones (225-1570).........................................................................1990 Glen Clinton (217-1350)............................................................... 2012

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

344 284 278 267 252 250 250 233 225 217

1. 2. 4. 6. 9.

34 25 25 21 21 14 14 14 13 13

Rushing TDs Danny Woodhead......................................................................................2006 David McCartney.......................................................................................1992 Danny Woodhead......................................................................................2004 Danny Woodhead......................................................................................2007 Danny Woodhead......................................................................................2005 David Jones..................................................................................................1990 David McCartney.......................................................................................1991 Austin Forster.............................................................................................2000 David Jones..................................................................................................1989 Willy Long....................................................................................................1980

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

212.0 184.0 176.9 157.0 145.8 145.2 135.9 131.2 125.1 112.5

Rushing yards/game (minimum 5 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (13 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (10 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (10 games) David Jones.............................................. (10 games) David Jones.............................................. (10 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (11 games) David McCartney................................... (10 games) Corey Campbell...................................... (11 games) Larry Gold................................................ (9 games) Glen Clinton........................................ (12 games)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

8.01 6.98 6.91 6.48 6.39 6.36 6.22 6.06 5.73 5.61

Average yards/rush (minimum 150 attempts) Danny Woodhead.................................. (344-2756) David Jones.............................................. (225-1570) David Jones.............................................. (211-1458) Danny Woodhead.................................. (284-1840) Danny Woodhead.................................. (250-1597) Danny Woodhead.................................. (278-1769) Glen Clinton........................................ (217-1350) Anthony Simmons................................ (175-1060) Corey Campbell...................................... (252-1443) Austin Forster......................................... (185-1037)

Dominic Morris

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2006 1990 1989 2004 2007 2005 2012 1997 1994 2000 2006 2004 2005 1990 1989 2007 1992 1994 1968 2012

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

239 238 220 199 199 196 196 191 186 185

30 28 27 23 22 22 22 21 21 19 19 19

66.0 63.6 63.5 62.7 60.3 59.1 58.1 57.1 57.0 56.4

150.5 145.9 139.4 136.0 135.0 134.3 131.3 130.9 130.3 129.6

Pass completions Jonn McLain (239-362-6)............................................................. 2012 Joe McLain (238-374-6).........................................................................2008 Joe McLain (220-372-10)......................................................................2007 Brandon Gorsuch (199-330-10).........................................................2011 John Riggs (199-392-9)..........................................................................1985 Shawn Eisenreich (196-355-10)........................................................2002 Shawn Eisenreich (196-370-9)...........................................................2003 Shawn Eisenreich (191-329-15)........................................................2004 Brad Fults (186-350-11).......................................................................1978 Trevor Moon (185-367-12)..................................................................1997

Passing TDs Jonn McLain...................................................................................... 2012 Joe McLain....................................................................................................2008 John Riggs.....................................................................................................1985 Shawn Eisenreich......................................................................................2003 Trevor Moon................................................................................................1997 Steward Perez.............................................................................................1991 Shawn Eisenreich......................................................................................2002 Matt Strand..................................................................................................2000 Steward Perez.............................................................................................1988 Shawn Eisenreich......................................................................................2004 Matt Strand..................................................................................................2001 Joe McLain....................................................................................................2007 Pass completion pct (minimum 250 attempts) Jonn McLain....................................... (239-362-6) Joe McLain................................................ (238-374-6) Garrett Treffer........................................ (176-277-10) Jonn McLain............................................. (170-271-8) Brandon Gorsuch.................................. (199-330-10) Joe McLain................................................ (220-372-10) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (191-329-15) Matt Strand.............................................. (176-308-7) Steward Perez......................................... (179-314-18) Trevor Long............................................. (159-282-11) Pass efficiency (minimum 250 attempts) Jonn McLain....................................... (239-362-6) Joe McLain................................................ (238-374-6) Steward Perez......................................... (179-314-18) Matt Strand.............................................. (175-313-7) Jonn McLain............................................. (170-271-8) Matt Strand.............................................. (176-308-7) Joe McLain................................................ (220-372-10) John Riggs................................................. (199-392-9) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (196-370-9) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (191-329-15) BOLD, Set in 2012 Active Player in ITALICS

2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2007 2004 2000 1991 1992 2012 2008 1991 2001 2010 2000 2007 1985 2003 2004


Individual Season Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

8.4 7.9 7.7 7.6 7.6 7.5 7.4 7.4 7.4 7.3

15.4 15.1 14.8 14.7 14.6 14.5 14.4 14.0 13.9 13.7

Average yards/pass (minimum 250 attempts) Steward Perez......................................... (179-314-18) Steward Perez......................................... (139-271-21) Matt Strand.............................................. (175-313-7) Trevor Moon............................................ (159-306-5) Trevor Moon............................................ (134-267-10) Trevor Moon............................................ (157-302-9) Trevor Moon............................................ (185-367-12) Matt Strand.............................................. (177-336-14) John Riggs................................................. (199-392-9) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (196-370-9)

Average yards/completion (minimum 250 attempts) Steward Perez......................................... (139-271-21) Trevor Moon............................................ (134-267-10) Steward Perez......................................... (179-314-18) Trevor Moon............................................ (185-367-12) Trevor Moon............................................ (159-306-5) John Riggs................................................. (199-392-9) Trevor Moon............................................ (157-302-9) Matt Strand.............................................. (177-336-14) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (196-370-9) Matt Strand.............................................. (175-313-7)

321.2 271.5 247.8 246.7 241.2 240.6 240.3 235.3 226.6 225.6

Passing yards/game (minimum 5 games) John Riggs................................................. (9 games) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (10 games) Matt Strand.............................................. (10 games) Trevor Moon............................................ (11 games) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (10 games) Matt Strand.............................................. (10 games) Steward Perez......................................... (11 games) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (10 games) Trevor Moon............................................ (10 games) Joe McLain................................................ (12 games)

1991 1988 2001 1998 1996 1995 1997 1999 1985 2003 1988 1996 1991 1997 1998 1985 1995 1999 2003 2001

1985 2003 1999 1997 2004 2001 1991 2002 1995 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1264 1016 978 958 906 899 894 868 865 821

- RECEIVING (SEASON) Pass reception yards Duane Smith (71-1264).........................................................................1985 Jay Rhoades (52-1016)...........................................................................1991 Rick Watson (56-978).............................................................................1970 Cory Brooks (56-958).............................................................................1995 Don Beebe (49-906)................................................................................1988 B. Harrington (82-899)..........................................................................2008 Dale Drahota (40-894)...........................................................................1976 Bill Ryan (65-868)....................................................................................1978 Troy Theobald (41-865)........................................................................1996 Jim Fairfield (60-821).............................................................................1981

1. 3. 4. 5. 7.

13 13 12 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 9

Pass reception TDs Jay Rhoades.................................................................................................1991 Don Beebe....................................................................................................1988 Bryce Flammang........................................................................................2004 Duane Smith................................................................................................1985 Nathan Ross...................................................................................... 2012 Isaac Stockton.............................................................................................2008 Chris Stein....................................................................................................1989 Bill Ryan........................................................................................................1978 B. Harrington..............................................................................................2008 Troy Theobald............................................................................................1996 Cory Brooks.................................................................................................1994

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

82 71 69 65 64 60 58 56 56 55

Pass receptions B. Harrington (82-899)..........................................................................2008 Duane Smith (71-1264).........................................................................1985 Isaac Stockton (69-739).........................................................................2008 Bill Ryan (65-868)....................................................................................1978 Michael Wahlstrom (64-801)..............................................................2002 Jim Fairfield (60-821).............................................................................1981 Duane Smith (58-786)............................................................................1984 Rick Watson (56-978).............................................................................1970 Cory Brooks (56-958).............................................................................1995 Zac Jones (55-587)...................................................................................2002

Garrett Gilkey Average yards/catch (minimum 30 receptions) 1. 22.35 Dale Drahota........................................... (40-894) 2. 21.10 Troy Theobald........................................ (41-865) 3. 20.47 Rick Watson............................................. (30-614) 4. 19.54 Jay Rhoades............................................. (52-1016) 5. 18.66 Anthony Hughes.................................... (32-597) 6. 18.49 Don Beebe................................................ (49-906) 7. 17.80 Duane Smith............................................ (71-1264) 8. 17.46 Rick Watson............................................. (56-978) 9. 17.11 Cory Brooks............................................. (56-958) 10. 16.94 Ben Woodhead....................................... (33-559)

1976 1996 1969 1991 2002 1988 1985 1970 1995 2004

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

7.89 6.40 6.31 6.22 6.00 5.91 5.80 5.60 5.50 5.44

Receptions/game (minimum 5 games) Duane Smith............................................ (9 games) Michael Wahlstrom.............................. (10 games) B. Harrington.......................................... (13 games) Rick Watson............................................. (9 games) Jim Fairfield............................................. (10 games) Bill Ryan.................................................... (11 games) Duane Smith............................................ (10 games) Cory Brooks............................................. (10 games) Zac Jones................................................... (10 games) Bryce Flammang.................................... (9 games)

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 10.

38 35 32 28 28 27 25 25 25 24 24

TDs responsible for Danny Woodhead......................................................................................2006 Jonn McLain...................................................................................... 2012 Joe McLain....................................................................................................2008 Joe McLain....................................................................................................2007 John Riggs.....................................................................................................1985 Danny Woodhead......................................................................................2004 David McCartney.......................................................................................1992 Shawn Eisenreich......................................................................................2003 Steward Perez.............................................................................................1991 Shawn Eisenreich......................................................................................2002 Matt Strand..................................................................................................2001

1985 2002 2008 1970 1981 1978 1984 1995 2002 2004

- TOTAL OFFENSE (SEASON) Total offense yards 1. 2948 Joe McLain (450-2948)..........................................................................2007 2. 2910 John Riggs (503-2910)...........................................................................1985 3. 2841 Joe McLain (441-2841)..........................................................................2008 4. 2776 Matt Strand (385-2776).........................................................................2001 5. 2756 Danny Woodhead (345-2756)............................................................2006 6. 2697 Shawn Eisenreich (418-2697)............................................................2003 7. 2628 Steward Perez (371-2628)...................................................................1991 8. 2618 Jonn McLain (412-2618)............................................................... 2012 9. 2605 Matt Strand (403-2605).........................................................................1999 10. 2583 Trevor Moon (410-2583)......................................................................1997

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323.3 277.6 269.7 260.5 245.1 240.5 239.5 238.9 236.8 234.8

Total offense/game (minimum 5 games) John Riggs................................................. (9 games) Matt Strand.............................................. (10 games) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (10 games) Matt Strand.............................................. (10 games) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (10 games) Matt Strand.............................................. (10 games) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (10 games) Steward Perez......................................... (11 games) Joe McLain................................................ (12 games) Trevor Moon............................................ (11 games)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3159 2153 2087 2081 1733 1731 1709 1673 1629 1568

All purpose yards Danny Woodhead......................................................................................2006 Danny Woodhead......................................................................................2005 Danny Woodhead......................................................................................2004 Danny Woodhead......................................................................................2007 Austin Forster.............................................................................................2000 David Jones..................................................................................................1990 Don Beebe....................................................................................................1988 Glen Clinton.....................................................................................................2010 J D Hill............................................................................................................1980 Glen Clinton.................................................................................................2012

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

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7.21 7.08 6.55 6.50 6.48 6.46 6.45 6.44 6.35 6.30

243.0 215.3 208.7 189.2 173.3 173.1 170.9 167.1 162.9 159.0 228 162 154 138 126 103 100 98 94 93 38 27 25 23 21 16 15 14 14 13 13 13 13

Total offense/play (minimum 350 plays) Matt Strand.............................................. (385-2776) Steward Perez......................................... (371-2628) Joe McLain................................................ (450-2948) Matt Strand.............................................. (370-2405) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (378-2451) Matt Strand.............................................. (403-2605) Shawn Eisenreich.................................. (418-2697) Joe McLain................................................ (441-2841) Jonn McLain....................................... (412-2618) Trevor Moon............................................ (410-2583)

All purpose yards/game (minimum 5 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (13 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (10 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (10 games) Danny Woodhead.................................. (11 games) Austin Forster......................................... (10 games) David Jones.............................................. (10 games) Don Beebe................................................ (10 games) Duane Smith............................................ (9 games) J D Hill........................................................ (10 games) Rick Watson............................................. (9 games)

1985 2001 2003 1999 2004 2000 2002 1991 2008 1997

2001 1991 2007 2000 2004 1999 2003 2008 2012 1997

2006 2005 2004 2007 2000 1990 1988 1985 1980 1970

- SCORING (SEASON) Total points scored Danny Woodhead (38 TD)....................................................................2006 Danny Woodhead (27 TD)....................................................................2004 David McCartney (25 TD, 2 PAT)........................................................1992 Danny Woodhead (23 TD)....................................................................2007 Danny Woodhead (21 TD)....................................................................2005 Travis Atter (55 PAT, 16 FG).................................................................2006 Travis Atter (49 PAT, 17 FG).................................................................2008 Austin Forster (16 TD, 1 PAT)..............................................................2000 Alex Ferdinand (46 PAT, 16 FG).................................................. 2012 Michael Ziola (39 PAT, 18 FG)..............................................................2010 Touchdowns scored Danny Woodhead (34 rush, 4 rcv).....................................................2006 Danny Woodhead (25 rush, 2 rcv).....................................................2004 David McCartney (25 rush)..................................................................1992 Danny Woodhead (21 rush, 2 rcv).....................................................2007 Danny Woodhead (21 rush).................................................................2005 Austin Forster (14 rush, 2 rcv)............................................................2000 David Jones (14 rush, 1 rcv).................................................................1990 Don Beebe (1 rush, 13 rcv)...................................................................1988 David McCartney (14 rush)..................................................................1991 David Jones (13 rush).............................................................................1989 Willy Long (13 rush)...............................................................................1980 Mike Fackrell (12 rush, 1 rcv)..............................................................1996 Jay Rhoades (13 rcv)...............................................................................1991

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

1. 8. 9. 10. 1. 3. 4. 6. 8. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

58 55 49 46 43 39 39 38 37 37

- EXTRA POINTS (SEASON) PAT kicks made Travis Atter (58-63).................................................................................2007 Travis Atter (55-62).................................................................................2006 Travis Atter (49-51).................................................................................2008 Alex Ferdinand (46-50)................................................................. 2012 Ryan Larson (43-53)...............................................................................2001 Aaron Turner (39-43).............................................................................2000 Michael Ziola (39-39)..............................................................................2010 Travis Atter (38-38).................................................................................2009 Jay Masek (37-41).....................................................................................1989 Scott Doyle (37-41)..................................................................................1994

18 18 17 16 16 15 15 14 14 13

- FIELD GOALS (SEASON) Field goals made Michael Ziola (18-22)..............................................................................2010 Travis Atter (18-24).................................................................................2009 Travis Atter (17-24).................................................................................2008 Alex Ferdinand (16-19)................................................................. 2012 Travis Atter (16-21).................................................................................2006 Aaron Turner (15-20).............................................................................1999 Jay Masek (15-23).....................................................................................1990 Scott Doyle (14-19)..................................................................................1994 Scott Doyle (14-22)..................................................................................1995 Jay Masek (13-17).....................................................................................1989

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 97.1 96.1 95.5

85.7 84.2 81.8 76.5 76.2 75.0 75.0 73.7 73.3 73.3

Tau Ho Ching

PAT kick pct (minimum 10 attempts) Michael Ziola........................................... (39-39) Travis Atter.............................................. (38-38) Mike Kearns............................................. (36-36) Aaron Turner.......................................... (32-32) Scott Doyle............................................... (22-22) Don White................................................ (21-21) Mike Kearns............................................. (20-20) Alex Ferdinand......................................... (34-35) Travis Atter.............................................. (49-51) Dan O’Donnell......................................... (21-22)

2010 2009 1969 1999 1995 1971 1970 2011 2008 1998

Field goal pct (minimum 12 attempts) Alex Ferdinand......................................... (12-14) Alex Ferdinand.................................. (16-19) Michael Ziola........................................... (18-22) Jay Masek.................................................. (13-17) Travis Atter.............................................. (16-21) Aaron Turner.......................................... (15-20) Travis Atter.............................................. (18-24) Scott Doyle............................................... (14-19) Ryan Mackey........................................... (11-15) Jay Masek.................................................. (11-15)

2011 2012 2010 1989 2006 1999 2009 1994 2005 1987


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42.98 42.26 41.66 41.29 41.13 40.67 40.00 39.84 39.82 39.72

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

529 469 398 390 355 334 303 303 274 272

1. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

- PUNTING (SEASON) Average yards/punt (minimum 5 attempts) Kevin Berg................................................ (49-2106) Duane Fritz.............................................. (65-2747) Kevin Berg................................................ (44-1833) Duane Fritz.............................................. (56-2312) Jarod Moeller.......................................... (47-1933) Lynn Wendelin....................................... (52-2115) Matt Strand.............................................. (8-320) Scott Charron.......................................... (45-1793) Rod Bussinger........................................ (45-1792) Josh Borm................................................. (54-2145)

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- PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) Punt return yards Austin Forster (45-529).........................................................................1999 Micah Smith (27-469).............................................................................2006 Jamie Knapke (38-398)..........................................................................1997 Austin Forster (37-390).........................................................................2000 Mitch Barry (41-355)..............................................................................2001 Landon Ehlers (22-334)........................................................................2007 Jamie Knapke (31-303)..........................................................................1998 Jerome Hyatte (29-303).........................................................................1990 Jamie Knapke (27-274)..........................................................................1996 Mitch Barry (22-272)..............................................................................2002 Punt return TDs Solomon Withers......................................................................................1999 Trelan Taylor.................................................................................... 2012 Aaron Cooksley..........................................................................................2009 Cory Beran...................................................................................................2010 M. Threatts...................................................................................................2008 Mark Sholtz..................................................................................................1977 M. Threatts...................................................................................................2009 Bill Ryan........................................................................................................1977 Jerome Hyatte.............................................................................................1989 Tyler Watson...............................................................................................2009 Barton Cron.................................................................................................2005 Mark Sholtz..................................................................................................1979 Landon Ehlers............................................................................................2007 Luke Sittner.................................................................................................2001 Stan Labertew............................................................................................1971 Chris Anglin.................................................................................................1990 Duane Smith................................................................................................1985 Rick Watson.................................................................................................1970 Micah Smith.................................................................................................2004 Bill Ryan........................................................................................................1978

Average yards/punt return (minimum 12 attempts) 17.37 Micah Smith............................................. (27-469) 15.18 Landon Ehlers........................................ (22-334) 14.59 Dale Poole................................................. (17-248) 13.80 Mitch Barry.............................................. (15-207) 13.79 Mark Sholtz.............................................. (14-193) 13.50 Jed Herblan.............................................. (14-189) 12.59 Mark Sholtz.............................................. (17-214) 12.36 Mitch Barry.............................................. (22-272) 12.23 Trelan Taylor..................................... (22-269) 12.23 C. Mitchell................................................. (22-269) 722 644 583 574 562 553 494 493 478 476

2010 1975 2009 1976 1999 1995 1998 1987 1985 2011

2006 2007 2005 2003 1977 2010 1979 2002 2012 1981

- KICK RETURNS (SEASON) Kick return yards Don Beebe (29-722)................................................................................1988 J D Hill (23-644)........................................................................................1980 M. Threatts (18-583)...............................................................................2008 Jeff Palser (23-574)..................................................................................1992 Jeff Palser (24-562)..................................................................................1993 Beau Sheets (22-553).............................................................................2003 B. Harrington (18-494)..........................................................................2009 Bill Ryan (21-493)....................................................................................1976 Nathan Ross (17-478).................................................................................2011 Jeffrey Gipson (17-476).........................................................................1995 BOLD, Set in 2012 Active Player in ITALICS

1.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 6. 1.

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Kick return TDs Stan Labertew............................................................................................1971 Glen Clinton.....................................................................................................2010 Nathan Ross.....................................................................................................2011 Mark Sholtz..................................................................................................1977 Beau Sheets.................................................................................................2001 Marvin Jackson...........................................................................................2003 Marvin Jackson...........................................................................................2002 Andy Callagan.............................................................................................1982 M. Threatts...................................................................................................2008 J D Hill............................................................................................................1980 Dave Landen................................................................................................1987

10 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7

- INTERCEPTIONS (SEASON) Interceptions Randy Bauer (10-92)...............................................................................1973 Ron Brooks (9-122).................................................................................1975 Cody Gamble (8-107)..............................................................................1992 Trelan Taylor (8-107).................................................................... 2012 Rick Watson (8-93)..................................................................................1968 Marvin Jackson (7-167).........................................................................2001 Cody Gamble (7-165)..............................................................................1993 Keven Logan (7-124)...............................................................................1985 Ken Thompson (7-100)..........................................................................1980 Cordell Bullis (7-50)................................................................................1970 Jerome Hyatte (7-7).................................................................................1989

Average yards/kick return (minimum 12 attempts) 32.39 M. Threatts............................................... (18-583) 31.31 B. Harrington.......................................... (13-407) 28.57 Mark Sholtz.............................................. (14-400) 28.12 Nathan Ross............................................... (17-478) 28.00 J D Hill........................................................ (23-644) 28.00 Jeffrey Gipson......................................... (17-476) 27.58 J D Hill........................................................ (12-331) 27.44 B. Harrington.......................................... (18-494) 26.60 Marvin Jackson....................................... (15-399) 25.79 J D Hill........................................................ (14-361)

3

2008 2007 1977 2011 1980 1995 1979 2009 2002 1978

Interception return TDs Marvin Jackson...........................................................................................2001

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

156 147 146 144 142 133 131 130 129 127 127 127 127 127

- DEFENSE (SEASON) Total tackles Kevin Homer (93-63)..............................................................................1997 Ray Hoffman (45-102)............................................................................1980 Corey Anderson (44-102).....................................................................1988 Kirk Lunt (38-106)...................................................................................1978 Russ Anderson (43-99)..........................................................................1989 Corey Anderson (81-52)........................................................................1990 Kevin Homer (75-56)..............................................................................1996 Russ Anderson (62-68)..........................................................................1991 John Walker (19-110).............................................................................1980 Joe Aimone (33-94)..................................................................................1972 Del Dixon (39-88).....................................................................................1970 John Hepp (31-96)....................................................................................1988 Kevin Iriart (37-90).................................................................................1985 Dale Timperley (27-100).......................................................................1972

1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

110 106 102 102 100 100 99 96 94 91

Assisted tackles John Walker (19-110).............................................................................1980 Kirk Lunt (38-106)...................................................................................1978 Corey Anderson (44-102).....................................................................1988 Ray Hoffman (45-102)............................................................................1980 Dale Timperley (27-100).......................................................................1972 Phil Haberman (13-100).......................................................................1980 Russ Anderson (43-99)..........................................................................1989 John Hepp (31-96)....................................................................................1988 Joe Aimone (33-94)..................................................................................1972 John Walker (15-91)................................................................................1979

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1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 1. 2. 7.

60

93 84 81 75 75 73 69 63 62 60

36.0 21.0 20.5 18.0 18.0 18.0 17.0 16.5 16.0 15.5 14.0 14.0 12.5 12.5 12.0 11.5 10.5 9.5 9.5 9.0 6 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3

Unassisted tackles Kevin Homer (93-63)..............................................................................1997 Russ Martin (84-28)................................................................................1976 Corey Anderson (81-52)........................................................................1990 Ryan Turman (75-32).............................................................................1997 Kevin Homer (75-56)..............................................................................1996 Ryan Turman (73-19).............................................................................1996 Kevin Homer (69-48)..............................................................................1998 Chuck Tate (63-30)..................................................................................1962 Russ Anderson (62-68)..........................................................................1991 Ryan Turman (60-25).............................................................................1998

Tackles for loss Bart Voycheske (7-58/0).......................................................................1982 Kevin Homer (21-0/59).........................................................................1996 Kevin Lindholm (13-15/71).....................................................2012 Shaine Odell (15-6/90)..........................................................................2008 Kevin Homer (18-0/29).........................................................................1997 Kevin Homer (18-0/42).........................................................................1998 Josh Knouse (15-4/77)...........................................................................2006 Keifer Burke (13-7/60)..............................................................2012 Bill Teerlinck (13-6/95).........................................................................2002 James Belville (13-5/62).......................................................................2011

1. 2. 4. 5. 9.

15 14 14 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11

Pass breakups Kevin Homer...............................................................................................1997 Jamie Knapke..............................................................................................1996 Cody Gamble...............................................................................................1992 Marvin Jackson...........................................................................................2000 Ken Thompson...........................................................................................1981 Dana LeDay..................................................................................................1985 Keven Logan................................................................................................1985 Mitch Barry..................................................................................................2003 Kirk Swestka...............................................................................................1995 Beau Wendling...........................................................................................2007 Randy Bauer................................................................................................1973

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3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Blocked kicks Court Lutgen...............................................................................................1999 Todd Biggs....................................................................................................1992 Kramer Hirz.................................................................................................2008 Kramer Hirz.................................................................................................2009 Jake Ellerd....................................................................................................2003 Kevin Homer...............................................................................................1998 Kevin Homer...............................................................................................1996 Scott Sterkel................................................................................................2000 Ben Puffer.....................................................................................................2009 Casey Beran.................................................................................................1999 Tate Adams..................................................................................................1990 Tim Lecher...................................................................................................1989 Eric Roth.......................................................................................................2006 Ben Puffer.....................................................................................................2008 Beau Sheets.................................................................................................2003 David Landen..............................................................................................1989

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

18 17 15 12 11 11 10 10 8 8 8 8 8 8

Quarterback sacks Scott Dolfi (14-0/99)...............................................................................1994 Casey Beran (14-0/100)........................................................................1999 Bill Teerlinck (11-3/87).........................................................................2002 Casey Beran (12-1/83)...........................................................................1998 Scott Dolfi (12-0/91)...............................................................................1993 Joe Juelfs (11-1/98).................................................................................1994 Jeff Japp (9-3/101)...................................................................................2000 Jeff Japp (9-1/72)......................................................................................1997 Josh Knouse (8-3/51).............................................................................2006 Jared Koester (8-2/57)...........................................................................2008 Fumbles forced Kevin Homer...............................................................................................1998 Kevin Homer...............................................................................................1996 Kevin Homer...............................................................................................1995 Casey Beran.................................................................................................1996 James Belville..............................................................................................2011 Jeff Japp.........................................................................................................1997 Shaine Odell.................................................................................................2008 Jeff Japp.........................................................................................................2000 Scott Dolfi.....................................................................................................1994 Bill Teerlinck...............................................................................................2002 Jeff Lyster......................................................................................................2008

Phil Rivera

QB hurries Joe Juelfs.......................................................................................................1995 Casey Beran.................................................................................................1999 Casey Beran.................................................................................................1996 Jerry Kiekow...............................................................................................1995 Nick Hoff.......................................................................................................1997 Nick Hoff.......................................................................................................1996 Kory Richardson........................................................................................1995 Bryan Williams...........................................................................................1995 Kevin Homer...............................................................................................1996 Chris Evans..................................................................................................1999 Ike Johnson..................................................................................................1996 Kory Richardson........................................................................................1996 James Belville..............................................................................................2010 Jeff Japp.........................................................................................................1999


Individual Game Records Net Yards Rushing Danny Woodhead.......................................................................324 vs Wayne State, 2006 Danny Woodhead................................................................................306 vs Bemidji, 2004 Danny Woodhead......................................................................... 304 vs Mesa State, 2005 David Jones.............................................................................. 302 vs Montana Tech, 1989 Danny Woodhead..........................................................................301 vs Fort Lewis, 2006 Danny Woodhead.......................................................................... 290 vs Washburn, 2007 Danny Woodhead......................................................... 274 vs Nebraska-Kearney, 2006 Danny Woodhead................................................ 273 vs New Mexico Highlands, 2006 David Jones..................................................................... 270 vs South Dakota Tech, 1990 Danny Woodhead............................................................................267 vs Fort Hays, 2004 Longest Touchdown Run From Scrimmage Stan Labertew......................................................... 92 yds vs South Dakota Tech, 1970 Danny Woodhead................................................................... 91 vs N.M. Highlands, 2005 Henry Meter........................................................................................... 90 vs Midland, 1951 Danny Woodhead.............................................................................89 vs Washburn, 2007 Stan Labertew.............................................................. 89 vs U. of S.D.-Springfield, 1970 Stan Labertew..................................................................88 vs South Dakota Tech, 1970 Brad Fults.....................................................................................................88 vs Minot, 1977 Danny Woodhead............................................................ 88 vs Nebraska-Kearney, 2006 Corey Campbell................................................................85 vs South Dakota Tech, 1995 Guido Santero.................................................................84 vs Nebraska Wesleyan, 1958 Net Yards Passing Shawn Eisenreich..........................................................................581 vs Fort Lewis, 2003 Steward Perez......................................................................... 482 vs Montana Tech, 1991 John Riggs...................................................................... 474 vs Northwestern Iowa, 1985 Matt Strand............................................................ 461 vs New Mexico Highlands, 1999 John Riggs.....................................................................................................447 vs Peru, 1985 + Joe McLain......................................................................443 vs Abilene Christian, 2007 Shawn Eisenreich......................................................... 398 vs Nebraska-Kearney, 2004 Jonn McLain.............................................................. 394 vs. Black Hills State, 2012 Joe McLain.............................................................................. 387 vs Pittsburg State, 2008 Trevor Moon................................................................................382 vs Adams State, 1995 John Riggs..........................................................................................380 vs Dickinson, 1985

Most Touchdown Passes John Riggs.......................................................................................................... 6 vs Peru, 1985 Trevor Moon......................................................................................... 6 vs Fort Lewis, 1997 Shawn Eisenreich.............................................................................. 6, vs Fort Lewis, 2002 + Joe McLain........................................................................... 6 vs Abilene Christian, 2007 Mike Winchell..............................................................................................5 vs Wayne, 1969 Steward Perez...............................................................................5 vs Montana Tech, 1991 Shawn Eisenreich............................................................................... 5 vs Fort Lewis, 2003 Joe McLain....................................................................... 5 vs Western New Mexico, 2008

Most Passes Attempted + Joe McLain........................................................66 vs Northwest Missouri State, 2007 Jonn McLain.................................................... 65 vs. N.M. Mexico Highlands, 2013 + Joe McLain........................................................................ 62 vs Abilene Christian, 2007 John Riggs.........................................................................57 vs Northwestern Iowa, 1985 Shawn Eisenreich...............................................56 vs Fort Hays and Fort Lewis, 2003 John Riggs.....................................................................................................55 vs Minot, 1985 Trevor Moon...................................................................... 54 vs Nebraska-Kearney, 1997 Joe McLain..................................................................................54 vs Pittsburg State, 2008 Scott Wickard........................................................................................... 52 vs Carroll, 1981 Garrett Treffer..........................................................................52 vs Pittsburg State, 2009 Matt Strand........................................................................................ 51 vs Fort Lewis, 1999 + NCAA D-II Playoff Game % Postseason Game BOLD, Set in 2012 Active Player in ITALICS * NCAA record of 21 consecutive completed passes

Most Passes Completed Joe McLain.................................................................................38, vs Pittsburg State, 2008 Shawn Eisenreich........................................................................... 37, vs Fort Lewis, 2003 + Joe McLain....................................................................... 37, vs Abilene Christian, 2007 Jonn McLain.................................................................37, vs. N.M. Highlands, 2012 Matt Strand....................................................................................... 32, vs Fort Lewis, 1999 Shawn Eisenreich........................................................... 31, vs Nebraska-Kearney, 2002 + Joe McLain.......................................................31, vs Northwest Missouri State, 2007 John Riggs.........................................................................30 vs Northwestern Iowa, 1985 Matt Strand....................................................................... 29, vs Nebraska-Kearney, 2000 Shawn Eisenreich............................................................ 29 vs Nebraska-Kearney, 2004 Brandon Gorsuch..........................................................................29 vs CSU-Pueblo, 2011 Trevor Moon..................................................................... 28, vs Nebraska-Kearney, 1997 + Trevor Moon...................................................................28 vs Central Oklahoma, 1998 Garrett Treffer..........................................................................28 vs Pittsburg State, 2009 Best Completion Percentage (Game) Joe McLain.....................................................................100 (8-8) vs Western State, 2006 Lee Baumann.................................................................................. 100 (6-6) vs Peru, 1970 Joe McLain...........................................................86.7 (13-15) vs Colorado Mines, 2006 *Jonn McLain...........................................85.2 (29-34) vs. Black Hills State, 2012 Scott Wickard....................................................................... 82.6 (19-23) vs Doane, 1981 Joe McLain............................................................ 80.0 (20-25) vs N.M. Highlands, 2008 Tyler Hidrogo..................................................................79.2 (19-24) vs Fort Hays, 2005 Todd Hedlund..............................................76.9 (10-13) vs South Dakota Tech, 1983 Trevor Moon................................................................. 76.5 (13-17) vs Fort Lewis, 1997 Trevor Moon..............................................................................74.1 (20-27) vs Peru, 1996 Longest Touchdown Pass Lee Baumann to Mike Dority............................................. 91 yds vs Black Hills, 1971 % Brad Fults to Bill Ryan............................................................... 88 yds vs Baker, 1978 John Burns to Bob Houston............................... 87 yds vs South Dakota Tech, 1974 Mike Winchell to Rick Watson....................................................... 86 yds vs Peru, 1968 Garrett Treffer to Maurice Threatts................................ 86 yds vs Fort Lewis, 2009 Trevor Moon to Troy Theobald........................................... 85 yds vs Fort Hays, 1996 Joe McLain to Danny Woodhead......................85 yds vs Northern Colorado, 2007 Jonn McLain to Nathan Ross................................. 84 yds vs. Adams State, 2012 Mike Maryott to Terry Myers.....................................................83 yds vs Wayne, 1973 Scott Wickard to Mike Barry.............................................. 83 yds vs Panhandle, 1981

Total Offense (Game) Shawn Eisenreich..........................................................................590 vs Fort Lewis, 2003 + Joe McLain.....................................................................527, vs Abilene Christian, 2007 Matt Strand............................................................ 491 vs New Mexico Highlands, 1999 Steward Perez......................................................................... 489 vs Montana Tech, 1991 John Riggs.....................................................................................................445 vs Peru, 1985 John Riggs...................................................................... 437 vs Northwestern Iowa, 1985 % Brad Fults..............................................................................................425 vs Baker, 1978 Jonn McLain.............................................................. 416 vs. Black Hills State, 2012 Shawn Eisenreich......................................................... 408 vs Nebraska-Kearney, 2004 Joe McLain...............................................................................388 vs Pittsburg State, 2008 Most Receptions (Game) Bryce Flammang.............................................................................. 15 vs Fort Lewis, 2003 Michael Wahlstrom.......................................................................... 14 vs Fort Hays, 2002 Duane Smith...................................................................................................13 vs Peru, 1984 Brandon Harrington..............................................................13 vs Pittsburg State, 2008 Bill Ryan.............................................................................................. 12 vs Black Hills, 1978 Duane Smith...................................................................................................12 vs Peru, 1985 Zac Jones...................................................................................... 12 vs Western State, 2002 Nathan Ross................................................................................... 12 vs Angelo State, 2011 Rick Watson............................................................................................ 11 vs Kearney, 1970 Duane Smith..................................... 11 vs Dickinson and Northwestern Iowa, 1985 Mark Haag............................................................11 vs Colorado School of Mines, 2009 Most Touchdown Receptions Duane Smith..................................................................................................... 4 vs Peru, 1985 Don Beebe............................................................................................. 4 vs Black Hills, 1988

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Individual Game Records Most Yards Gained Receiving Duane Smith.....................................................................................255 vs Dickinson, 1985 Bryce Flammang............................................................................250 vs Fort Lewis, 2003 Duane Smith................................................................................................246 vs Peru, 1985 Michael Wahlstrom........................................................................235 vs Fort Hays, 2002 Duane Smith....................................................................................229 vs Panhandle, 1984 Jim Fairfield.....................................................................................209 vs Panhandle, 1981 % Bill Ryan.................................................................................................193 vs Baker, 1978 Mike Dority..................................................................... 195 vs South Dakota Tech, 1971 Rick Watson......................................................................................184 vs Dickinson, 1970 Rick Watson..........................................................................................182 vs Kearney, 1970 Brandon Harrington...........................................................182 vs Pittsburg State, 2008

Longest Touchdown Run With Punt Trelan Taylor.......................................................86 yds vs. Black Hills State, 2012 Wally Calvert................................................................................. 82 yds vs Hastings, 1949 Solomon Witherspoon...............................................75 yds, vs Colorado Mines, 1999 Longest Non-Touchdown Run With Punt Mitch Barry.............................................................................86, vs Colorado Mines, 2003 Charlie Mitchell................................................................................... 79, vs Hastings, 1981 Most Yards on Punt Returns Charlie Mitchell..................................................................................149 vs Hastings, 1981

Longest Touchdown Run With Kickoff J.D. Hill..............................................................................................99 yds vs Midland, 1980 Mark Sholtz..........................................................................................98 yds vs Minot, 1977 Maurice Threatts.....................................................................98 yds vs Mesa State, 2008 Andy Callahan.......................................................................... 97 yds vs Jamestown, 1982 Charlie Rector............................................................................... 97 yds vs Hastings, 1962 Nathan Ross............................................................................... 94 yds vs Angelo State, 2011 Jack Barker..................................................................................... 93 yds vs Hastings, 1948 Marvin Jackson.................................................................. 93 yds vs Western State, 2002 Most Touchdowns Don Beebe, ................................................................................5 vs Black Hills State, 1988 David McCartney.....................5 vs South Dakota Tech and Colorado Mines, 1992 Austin Forster.................................................................................. 5 vs Adams State, 2000 Austin Forster.............................................................5 vs New Mexico Highlands, 2002 Danny Woodhead......................5 vs Bemidji, Fort Hays and N.M. Highlands, 2004 Most Touchdowns Rushing David McCartney.....................5 vs South Dakota Tech and Colorado Mines, 1992 Danny Woodhead................................ 5 vs Bemidji State and Fort Hays State, 2004

All-Purpose Yards Danny Woodhead..........................................................................362 vs Fort Lewis, 2006 Danny Woodhead................................................................................332 vs Bemidji, 2004 Duane Smith.....................................................................................326 vs Dickinson, 1985 Danny Woodhead......................................................................324 vs Wayne State, 2006 David Jones.............................................................................. 322 vs Montana Tech, 1989 Rick Watson..........................................................................................319 vs Kearney, 1970 Danny Woodhead................................................................ 317 vs N.M. Highlands, 2006 Danny Woodhead......................................................................... 307, vs Washburn, 2007 Danny Woodhead......................................................................... 304 vs Mesa State, 2005 David Jones..................................................................... 300 vs South Dakota Tech, 1990 Most Interceptions % Verne Lewellen...................................................... 4 vs Idaho State University, 1949 Keven Logan.................................................................................................4 vs Wayne, 1985 Trevor Hyatt...............................................................................3 vs Colorado Mines, 2008 Longest Touchdown Run With Intercepted Pass Larry Ruzicka........................................................96 yds vs U. of S.D.-Springfield, 1971 Lonnie Wickard................................................................................93 yds vs Doane, 1958 Longest Run With An Intercepted Lateral Glen Groves.................................................................88 yds vs Midland Lutheran, 1946 + NCAA D-II Playoff Game % Postseason Game BOLD, Set in 2012 Active Player in ITALICS

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Longest Run With an Intercepted Conversion Corey Anderson................................................................99 yds vs Montana Tech, 1990 Kirk Swestka..................................................................................... 99 vs Black Hills, 1995

Longest Run With Recovered Fumble Mitch Barry.......................................................................................... 86 vs Fort Hays, 2002 Rob Bennie......................................................................... 82 vs Nebraska-Kearney, 1999 Kalan Jones........................................................................................70 vs Mesa State, 2003 J.C. Sollars........................................................................................................68 vs Peru, 1947 Most Field Goals Jay Masek...................................................................................................... 5 vs Carroll, 1990 Travis Atter.................................................................................... 4 vs Western State, 2009 Michael Ziola.........................................4 vs University of Mary, Western State, 2010

Longest Field Goal Aaron Turner.................................................................................57 vs Adams State, 2000 Chad Emanuel................................................................ 56 vs Northwest Missouri, 1976 Scott Doyle.........................................................................55 vs South Dakota Tech, 1993 Scott Doyle......................................................................................52 vs Adams State, 1992 Aaron Turner........................................................................... 52 vs N.M. Highlands, 2000 Travis Atter................................................................................52 vs Pittsburg State, 2009 Chad Emanuel.......................................................................... 50 vs Northern State, 1977 Scott Doyle......................................................................................50 vs Adams State, 1994 Chad Emanuel............................................................................49 vs Doane College, 1974 Dan O’Donnell................................................................................49 vs Wayne State, 1998 Longest Punt Lonnie Wickard.....................................................80 yds vs Nebraska Wesleyan, 1958 Jim Hoagland.................................................................................. 80 yds vs Kearney, 1965 Kevin Berg........................................................................77 yds vs Colorado Mines, 2010 Kevin Berg..........................................................................................73 yds vs Adams, 2010 Kevin Berg.................................................................................. 71 yds vs Fort Lewis, 2008 Steve Nelson....................................................................69 yds vs Colorado Mines, 1973 Josh Borm............................................................................... 68 yds vs Adams State, 2011 Josh Borm.................................................................................. 61 vs. Montana State, 2012

Best Punting Average (Game) Steve Nelson....................................................51.4 vs Colorado Mines (5 punts), 1973 Kevin Berg.................................................................. 50.8 vs Fort Lewis (6 punts), 2008 Kevin Berg.............................................................. 50.2 vs Adams State (5 punts), 2009 Kevin Berg........................................................49.9 vs Colorado Mines (7 punts), 2010 Duane Fritz........................................................................ 49.7 vs Wayne (9 punts), 1975 Josh Borm........................................................... 48.0 vs. Western State (4 punts), 2012 Kevin Berg.................................................47.5 vs Northern Colorado (2 punts), 2007 Josh Borm...................................................46.8 vs Nebraska-Kearney (8 punts), 2011 Jarod Moeller................................ 46.2 vs New Mexico Highlands (11 punts), 1997 Kevin Berg............................................................ 45.4 vs Western N.M. (5 punts), 2009 Lynn Wendelin.........................................45.3 vs South Dakota Tech (9 punts), 1995 Lonnie Wickard................................................................45.0 vs Doane (7 punts), 1958

Most Extra Points (Game) Gene Kelley................................................10 (14 attempts) 1968 vs Rocky Mountain Scott Doyle......................................................................................... 10 (10) vs Tabor, 1994 Mike Kearns..........................................................................7 (7) 1969 vs S.D.-Springfield Jay Masek.........................................................................................7 (8) 1990 vs Black Hills Cory Barry........................................................................... 7 (7) vs Colorado Mines, 1996 + Travis Atter..................................................................7 (8) vs Abilene Christian, 2007 Most Points Kick Scoring Jay Masek....................................................................................21 vs Carroll College, 1990

Most Tackles Corey Anderson........................................................................ 24 vs Montana Tech, 1988 Russ Anderson................................................................................ 24 vs Jamestown, 1989 Kevin Homer................................................................................................22, vs Mesa, 1995 Jerry Wiggins.................................................................... 20 vs. Midland Lutheran, 1986 Kevin Homer..................................................................................... 20 vs Fort Lewis, 1997 Kevin Lindholm.................................................................................19 vs. Adams State, 2012


Team Season Records

RUSHING (SEASON) Rushing yards 1. 3372 (514-3372).......................................................................................................2006 2. 2816 (536-2816).......................................................................................................2007 3. 2775 (480-2775).......................................................................................................1990 4. 2677 (483-2677).......................................................................................................1989 5. 2570 (444-2570).......................................................................................................1973 6. 2205 (466-2205).......................................................................................................2010 7. 2145 (422-2145).......................................................................................................2004 8. 2126 (435-2126).......................................................................................................2005 9. 2110 (468-2110).........................................................................................2012 10. 2101 (446-2101).......................................................................................................1993 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rushing attempts 536 (536-2816)..........................................................................................................2007 514 (514-3372)..........................................................................................................2006 483 (483-2677)..........................................................................................................1989 480 (480-2775)..........................................................................................................1990 472 (472-1877)..........................................................................................................1996 469 (469-1900)..........................................................................................................1968 468 (468-2110)...........................................................................................2012 467 (467-1402)..........................................................................................................1969 466 (466-2205)..........................................................................................................2010 465 (465-1578)..........................................................................................................1972

Rushing TDs 1. 42......................................................................................................................................2007 2. 39......................................................................................................................................2006 3. 34......................................................................................................................................1990 4. 32......................................................................................................................................1994 32......................................................................................................................................1969 32......................................................................................................................................2001 7. 31......................................................................................................................................1968 8. 29......................................................................................................................................1992 9. 28......................................................................................................................................2004 10. 26......................................................................................................................................1989 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

Average yards/rush 6.56 (514-3372).........................................................................................................2006 5.79 (444-2570).........................................................................................................1973 5.78 (480-2775).........................................................................................................1990 5.54 (483-2677).........................................................................................................1989 5.25 (536-2816).........................................................................................................2007 5.08 (422-2145).........................................................................................................2004 4.93 (381-1877).........................................................................................................2000 4.89 (435-2126).........................................................................................................2005 4.73 (466-2205).........................................................................................................2010 4.71 (446-2101).........................................................................................................1993 Rushing yards/game 277.5 (10 games).......................................................................................................1990 267.7 (10 games).......................................................................................................1989 259.4 (13 games).......................................................................................................2006 257.0 (10 games).......................................................................................................1973 216.6 (13 games).......................................................................................................2007 214.5 (10 games).......................................................................................................2004 212.6 (10 games).......................................................................................................2005 211.1 (9 games)..........................................................................................................1968 200.5 (11 games).......................................................................................................2010 191.0 (11 games).......................................................................................................1993 PASSING (SEASON) Pass attempts 450 (287-450-7)........................................................................................................2008 401 (240-401-10)......................................................................................................2011 400 (235-400-10)......................................................................................................2007 384 (254-384-6)..........................................................................................2012 382 (196-382-15)......................................................................................................1978 382 (199-382-10)......................................................................................................2003 379 (210-379-11)......................................................................................................2002

Kyle Hinton

8. 378 (190-378-12)......................................................................................................1997 9. 358 (199-358-8)........................................................................................................2001 10. 357 (185-357-15)......................................................................................................1999 Pass completions 1. 400 (400-205-10)......................................................................................................1985 2. 353 (353-172-25)......................................................................................................1981 3. 287 (287-450-7)........................................................................................................2008 4. 254 (254-384-6)..........................................................................................2012 5. 240 (240-401-10)......................................................................................................2011 6. 235 (235-400-10)......................................................................................................2007 7. 213 (213-341-12)......................................................................................................2009 8. 210 (210-379-11)......................................................................................................2002 9. 203 (203-89-12)........................................................................................................1980 10. 200 (200-316-13)......................................................................................................2010 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Passing yards 3023 (287-450-7)......................................................................................................2008 2978 (400-205-10)...................................................................................................1985 2885 (235-400-10)...................................................................................................2007 2828 (254-384-6).......................................................................................2012 2805 (199-358-8)......................................................................................................2001 2786 (190-378-12)...................................................................................................1997 2755 (199-382-10)...................................................................................................2003 2728 (186-331-18)...................................................................................................1991 2664 (185-357-15)...................................................................................................1999 2561 (183-356-9)......................................................................................................1998

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Pass completion pct 267.7 (166-62-12).....................................................................................................1983 234.7 (176-75-13).....................................................................................................1982 228.1 (203-89-12).....................................................................................................1980 205.2 (353-172-25)..................................................................................................1981 195.1 (400-205-10)..................................................................................................1985 66.1 (254-384-6).........................................................................................2012 63.8 (287-450-7).......................................................................................................2008 63.3 (200-316-13).....................................................................................................2010 62.5 (213-341-12).....................................................................................................2009 59.9 (240-401-10).....................................................................................................2011

Passing TDs 1. 32......................................................................................................................2012 2. 30......................................................................................................................................2008 3. 28......................................................................................................................................1985 4. 25......................................................................................................................................2001 5. 24......................................................................................................................................1997 24......................................................................................................................................2003 7. 23......................................................................................................................................2002 8. 22......................................................................................................................................1991 22......................................................................................................................................2000 22......................................................................................................................................2007

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Team Season Records Pass efficiency 1. 352.5 (400-205-10)..................................................................................................1985 2. 346.2 (176-75-13).....................................................................................................1982 3. 343.2 (166-62-12).....................................................................................................1983 4. 341.2 (203-89-12).....................................................................................................1980 5. 312.8 (353-172-25)..................................................................................................1981 6. 152.4 (254-384-6)......................................................................................2012 7. 140.0 (199-358-8).....................................................................................................2001 8. 139.1 (287-450-7).....................................................................................................2008 9. 137.5 (171-287-9).....................................................................................................2006 10. 136.5 (186-331-18)..................................................................................................1991 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Average yards/pass 14.5 (400-205-10).....................................................................................................1985 14.5 (203-89-12).......................................................................................................1980 12.8 (353-172-25).....................................................................................................1981 12.7 (176-75-13).......................................................................................................1982 11.7 (166-62-12).......................................................................................................1983 8.2 (186-331-18).......................................................................................................1991 8.2 (89-182-14)..........................................................................................................1968 8.2 (57-145-15)..........................................................................................................1971 8.0 (138-252-13).......................................................................................................1990 7.9 (153-266-11).......................................................................................................2005 Average yards/completion 20.9 (57-145-15).......................................................................................................1971 19.3 (69-170-21).......................................................................................................1972 17.2 (114-276-19).....................................................................................................1976 17.1 (72-188-15).......................................................................................................1967 16.9 (117-254-16).....................................................................................................1969 16.8 (89-182-14).......................................................................................................1968 15.6 (115-247-24).....................................................................................................1970 15.3 (140-275-22).....................................................................................................1988 15.3 (140-292-12).....................................................................................................1996 15.1 (72-173-17).......................................................................................................1973

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Passing yards/game 330.9 (9 games)..........................................................................................................1985 280.5 (10 games).......................................................................................................2001 275.5 (10 games).......................................................................................................2003 266.4 (10 games).......................................................................................................1999 253.6 (10 games).......................................................................................................2002 253.3 (11 games).......................................................................................................1997 248.0 (11 games).......................................................................................................1991 245.8 (10 games).......................................................................................................1995 243.6 (10 games).......................................................................................................2004 235.7 (12 games)........................................................................................2012

RECEIVING (SEASON) Pass reception yards 1. 3023 (287-3023).......................................................................................................2008 2. 2978 (205-2978).......................................................................................................1985 3. 2885 (235-2885).......................................................................................................2007 4. 2828 (254-2828).........................................................................................2012 5. 2805 (199-2805).......................................................................................................2001 6. 2786 (190-2786).......................................................................................................1997 7. 2755 (199-2755).......................................................................................................2003 8. 2728 (186-2728).......................................................................................................1991 9. 2664 (185-2664).......................................................................................................1999 10. 2561 (183-2561).......................................................................................................1998 Pass receptions 287 (287-3023)..........................................................................................................2008 254 (254-2828)...........................................................................................2012 240 (240-2559)..........................................................................................................2011 235 (235-2885)..........................................................................................................2007 213 (213-2234)..........................................................................................................2009 210 (210-2536)..........................................................................................................2002 205 (205-2978)..........................................................................................................1985 200 (200-2275)..........................................................................................................2010 199 (199-2805)..........................................................................................................2001 199 (199-2755)..........................................................................................................2003 Pass reception TDs 1. 32......................................................................................................................2012 2. 30......................................................................................................................................2008 3. 28......................................................................................................................................1985 4. 25......................................................................................................................................2001 5. 24......................................................................................................................................1997 24......................................................................................................................................2003 7. 23......................................................................................................................................2002 8. 22......................................................................................................................................2000 22......................................................................................................................................2007 22......................................................................................................................................1991 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

TOTAL OFFENSE (SEASON) Total offense yards 1. 5701 (936-5701).......................................................................................................2007 2. 5464 (801-5464).......................................................................................................2006 3. 4938 (852-4938).........................................................................................2012 4. 4796 (732-4796).......................................................................................................1990 5. 4784 (897-4784).......................................................................................................2008 6. 4714 (786-4714).......................................................................................................2001 7. 4584 (792-4584).......................................................................................................1993 8. 4581 (740-4581).......................................................................................................1991 4581 (761-4581).......................................................................................................2004 10. 4480 (782-4480).......................................................................................................2010

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TDs responsible for 1. 90......................................................................................................................................2007 2. 87......................................................................................................................................2001 3. 84......................................................................................................................................2012 84......................................................................................................................................2008 5. 82......................................................................................................................................2006 6. 72......................................................................................................................................1969 72......................................................................................................................................2003 8. 71......................................................................................................................................2000 71......................................................................................................................................2004


Team Season Records

All purpose yards 1. 7255.................................................................................................................................2007 2. 6794.................................................................................................................................2006 3. 6436.................................................................................................................................2008 4. 6229.................................................................................................................................2012 5. 6176.................................................................................................................................2001 6. 6164.................................................................................................................................1993 7. 5963.................................................................................................................................1990 8. 5755.................................................................................................................................2010 9. 5702.................................................................................................................................1997 10. 5681.................................................................................................................................2003 SCORING (SEASON) Total points scored 1. 488 (68 TD, 59 PAT, 6 FG).......................................................................................2007 2. 479 (62 TD, 55 PAT, 16 FG)....................................................................................2006 3. 442 (62 TD, 46 PAT, 5 FG).......................................................................................2001 4. 434 (54 TD, 51 PAT, 17 FG)....................................................................................2008 5. 406 (52 TD, 43 PAT, 15 FG)....................................................................................1990 406 (52 TD, 46 PAT, 16 FG).......................................................................2012 7. 403 (52 TD, 40 PAT, 14 FG)....................................................................................1994 8. 378 (52 TD, 40 PAT, 8 FG).......................................................................................2004 9. 368 (49 TD, 42 PAT, 9 FG).......................................................................................2000 10. 356 (48 TD, 39 PAT, 7 FG).......................................................................................2003 1. 2. 4. 5. 10.

Touchdowns scored 68 (42 rush, 22 rcv, 4 ret).......................................................................................2007 62 (32 rush, 25 rcv, 5 ret).......................................................................................2001 62 (39 rush, 20 rcv, 3 ret).......................................................................................2006 54 (18 rush, 30 rcv, 6 ret).......................................................................................2008 52 (32 rush, 20 rcv)..................................................................................................1969 52 (34 rush, 16 rcv, 2 ret).......................................................................................1990 52 (28 rush, 19 rcv, 5 ret).......................................................................................2004 52 (32 rush, 16 rcv, 4 ret).......................................................................................1994 52 (17 rush, 32 rcv, 3 ret).........................................................................2012 49 (23 rush, 22 rcv, 4 ret).......................................................................................2000 49 (25 rush, 22 rcv, 2 ret).......................................................................................1991

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON) PAT kicks made 1. 58 (58-63).....................................................................................................................2007 2. 55 (55-62).....................................................................................................................2006 3. 49 (49-51).....................................................................................................................2008 4. 46 (46-50)......................................................................................................2012 5. 43 (43-49).....................................................................................................................1990 43 (43-53).....................................................................................................................2001 7. 41 (41-45).....................................................................................................................1991 8. 39 (39-43).....................................................................................................................2000 39 (39-39).....................................................................................................................2010 10. 38 (38-46).....................................................................................................................2004 38 (38-38).....................................................................................................................2009 38 (38-42).....................................................................................................................1989 FIELD GOALS (SEASON) Field goals made 1. 18 (18-22).....................................................................................................................2010 18 (18-24).....................................................................................................................2009 3. 17 (17-24).....................................................................................................................2008 4. 16 (16-19)......................................................................................................2012 16 (16-21).....................................................................................................................2006 6. 15 (15-20).....................................................................................................................1999 15 (15-23).....................................................................................................................1990 8. 14 (14-19).....................................................................................................................1994 14 (14-22).....................................................................................................................1995 10. 13 (13-17).....................................................................................................................1989 1. 4.

Field goal pct 100.0 (1-1)....................................................................................................................1969 100.0 (1-1)....................................................................................................................1970 100.0 (4-4)....................................................................................................................1971 84.2 (16-19)..................................................................................................2012

Brandon Ratcliff 5. 81.8 (9-11)....................................................................................................................2000 81.8 (18-22).................................................................................................................2010 7. 76.5 (13-17).................................................................................................................1989 8. 76.2 (16-21).................................................................................................................2006 9. 75.0 (15-20).................................................................................................................1999 75.0 (18-24).................................................................................................................2009 PUNTING (SEASON) Punt yards 1. 2860 (69-2860)..........................................................................................................1975 2. 2791 (76-2791)..........................................................................................................1997 3. 2780 (73-2780)..........................................................................................................1996 4. 2763 (74-2763)..........................................................................................................1984 5. 2532 (62-2532)..........................................................................................................1976 6. 2514 (64-2514)..........................................................................................................2008 7. 2369 (63-2369)..........................................................................................................2011 8. 2346 (63-2346)..........................................................................................................1973 9. 2333 (59-2333)..........................................................................................................2007 10. 2287 (61-2287)..........................................................................................................1985 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

Punt attempts 76 (76-2791)................................................................................................................1997 74 (74-2763)................................................................................................................1984 73 (73-2780)................................................................................................................1996 69 (69-2860)................................................................................................................1975 64 (64-2514)................................................................................................................2008 63 (63-2369)................................................................................................................2011 63 (63-2346)................................................................................................................1973 62 (62-2217)................................................................................................................1986 62 (62-2532)................................................................................................................1976 61 (61-2287)................................................................................................................1985 61 (61-2068)................................................................................................................1981

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Average yards/punt 1. 54.71 (24-1313).........................................................................................................1983 2. 41.88 (51-2136).........................................................................................................2010 3. 41.45 (69-2860).........................................................................................................1975 4. 40.96 (55-2253).........................................................................................................1995 5. 40.84 (62-2532).........................................................................................................1976 6. 40.73 (45-1833).........................................................................................................2009 7. 39.98 (49-1959).........................................................................................................1999 8. 39.68 (57-2262).........................................................................................................1998 9. 39.54 (59-2333).........................................................................................................2007 10. 39.50 (40-1580).........................................................................................................1970 PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) Punt return yards 1. 596 (49-596)................................................................................................................2000 2. 549 (37-549)................................................................................................................2006 3. 545 (53-545)................................................................................................................2001 4. 499 (38-499)................................................................................................................2007 5. 458 (38-458)................................................................................................................1981 6. 421 (34-421)................................................................................................................2009 7. 417 (39-417)................................................................................................................2010 8. 414 (42-414)................................................................................................................1997 9. 386 (39-386)................................................................................................................1998 10. 381 (34-381)................................................................................................................1990 Average yards/punt return 1. 22.00 (14-308)............................................................................................................1968 2. 14.84 (37-549)............................................................................................................2006 3. 13.96 (25-349).............................................................................................2012 4. 13.87 (23-319)............................................................................................................1970 5. 13.41 (22-295)............................................................................................................2005 6. 13.13 (38-499)............................................................................................................2007 7. 12.94 (18-233)............................................................................................................1971 8. 12.90 (20-258)............................................................................................................2004 9. 12.62 (29-366)............................................................................................................1977 10. 12.38 (34-421)............................................................................................................2009 KICK RETURNS (SEASON) Kick return yards 1. 1144 (44-1144)..........................................................................................................2008 2. 1055 (46-1055)..........................................................................................................1993 3. 1010 (40-1010)..........................................................................................................2003 4. 964 (41-964)................................................................................................................1988 5. 957 (43-957)................................................................................................................1992 6. 947 (44-947)................................................................................................................2011 7. 911 (38-911)................................................................................................................1980 8. 904 (40-904)................................................................................................................2007 9. 843 (42-843)................................................................................................................1987 10. 826 (36-826)................................................................................................................1978 Average yards/kick return 1. 30.50 (10-305)............................................................................................................1982 2. 28.81 (21-605)............................................................................................................1971 3. 27.04 (25-676)............................................................................................................2001 4. 26.19 (31-812)............................................................................................................2009 5. 26.00 (44-1144).........................................................................................................2008 6. 25.25 (40-1010).........................................................................................................2003 7. 25.05 (19-476)............................................................................................................1977 8. 23.97 (38-911)............................................................................................................1980 9. 23.81 (31-738)............................................................................................................2010 10. 23.80 (20-476)............................................................................................................1975 1. 2. 4. 6.

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INTERCEPTIONS (SEASON) Interceptions 25 (25-287)..................................................................................................................1973 23 (23-238)..................................................................................................................1994 23 (23-161)..................................................................................................................1995 22 (22-314)..................................................................................................................1980 22 (22-218)..................................................................................................................1985 21 (21-290)...................................................................................................2012 21 (21-150)..................................................................................................................1970

Cody Wilson

8. 20 (20-159)..................................................................................................................1974 20 (20-118)..................................................................................................................1983 10. 19 (19-284)..................................................................................................................1975 DEFENSE (SEASON) Total tackles 1. 1150 (373-777)..........................................................................................................1978 2. 1134 (319-815)..........................................................................................................1970 3. 1081 (258-823)..........................................................................................................1980 4. 1066 (215-851)..........................................................................................................1984 5. 1037 (664-373)..........................................................................................................1976 6. 1033 (290-743)..........................................................................................................1972 7. 1031 (258-773)..........................................................................................................1975 8. 1027 (209-818)..........................................................................................................1979 9. 973 (272-701).............................................................................................................1988 10. 962 (437-525).............................................................................................................1991 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tackles for loss 110.0 (81-58/520)....................................................................................................2007 108.0 (108-0/440)....................................................................................................2001 106.0 (78-56/459)....................................................................................................2008 96.0 (78-36/442).......................................................................................................2006 94.0 (94-0/253).........................................................................................................2000 90.0 (70-40/404).......................................................................................................2002 85.0 (57-56/273)........................................................................................2012 79.0 (62-34/290).......................................................................................................2011 76.0 (46-60/336).......................................................................................................2003 75.0 (75-0/199).........................................................................................................1998 Quarterback sacks 61.0 (59-4/427).........................................................................................................1999 52.0 (49-6/0)...............................................................................................................1998 49.0 (37-24/355).......................................................................................................2007 48.0 (39-18/317).......................................................................................................2008 47.0 (38-18/293).......................................................................................................2002 46.5 (39-15/372).......................................................................................................2000 44.5 (34-21/317).......................................................................................................2001 42.0 (41-2/251).........................................................................................................1997 41.0 (36-10/279).......................................................................................................2006 33.5 (33-1/244).........................................................................................................1994

Fumbles forced 1. 18......................................................................................................................................1998 18......................................................................................................................................1997 3. 17......................................................................................................................................2008 17......................................................................................................................................2007 5. 16......................................................................................................................................2011 16......................................................................................................................................1994 7. 13......................................................................................................................................1995 13......................................................................................................................................2000


Team Season Records

Fumbles recovered 1. 16......................................................................................................................................2008 16......................................................................................................................................2002 16......................................................................................................................................1997 4. 15......................................................................................................................................1998 5. 14......................................................................................................................................1999 14......................................................................................................................................2011 7. 13......................................................................................................................................2009 8. 12......................................................................................................................2012 9. 11......................................................................................................................................2006 10. 10......................................................................................................................................2000 Pass breakups 1. 68......................................................................................................................................1996 2. 62......................................................................................................................................1995 3. 60......................................................................................................................................1985 4. 57......................................................................................................................................1997 5. 53......................................................................................................................................1993 6. 52......................................................................................................................................1992 7. 49......................................................................................................................................2000 8. 48......................................................................................................................................2003 48......................................................................................................................................2001 10. 47......................................................................................................................................2007 47......................................................................................................................................1998

QB hurries 1. 83......................................................................................................................................1995 2. 72......................................................................................................................................1996 3. 53......................................................................................................................................1999 4. 52......................................................................................................................................1997 5. 36......................................................................................................................................2000 6. 32......................................................................................................................................2010 7. 27......................................................................................................................................2011 8. 25......................................................................................................................................2009 25......................................................................................................................................2002 10. 22......................................................................................................................................2008 Blocked kicks 1. 8.........................................................................................................................................2008 8.........................................................................................................................................2009 3. 7.........................................................................................................................................1989 7.........................................................................................................................................1999 5. 6.........................................................................................................................................1988 6. 5.........................................................................................................................................1990 5.........................................................................................................................................2003 5.........................................................................................................................................2000 9. 4.........................................................................................................................................1996 4.........................................................................................................................................1992 4.........................................................................................................................................1985 4.........................................................................................................................................1998

Team Game Records

Net Yards Rushing 492......................................................................................................vs Colorado Mines, 2000 451.........................................................................................................vs Montana Tech, 1989 433............................................................................................... vs South Dakota Tech, 1993 428............................................................................................................ vs Wayne State, 2006 428................................................................................................................ vs Fort Lewis, 2010 394........................................................................................................................... vs Dana, 1958 372......................................................................................................... vs Western State, 1990 371.................................................................................................................. vs Fort Hays, 1997 363...............................................................................................................vs Jamestown, 1989 358................................................................................................................ vs Black Hills, 1993

Net Yards Passing 581................................................................................................................ vs Fort Lewis, 2003 541.......................................................................................vs New Mexico Highlands, 1999 482.........................................................................................................vs Montana Tech, 1991 474..............................................................................................vs Northwestern Iowa, 1985 469............................................................................................................................ vs Peru, 1985 + 443............................................................................................... vs Abilene Christian, 2007 398................................................................................................vs Nebraska-Kearney, 2004 394.....................................................................................vs. Black Hills State, 2012 387....................................................................................................... vs Pittsburg State, 2008 383............................................................................................................................ vs Peru, 1969 Total Net Yards + 716............................................................................................... vs Abilene Christian, 2007 701................................................................................................................ vs Fort Lewis, 2003 694.......................................................................................vs New Mexico Highlands, 1999 688............................................................................................... vs South Dakota Tech, 1992 620......................................................................................................vs Colorado Mines, 2000 610.........................................................................................................vs Montana Tech, 1989 599.........................................................................................................vs Montana Tech, 1991 589................................................................................................................ vs Black Hills, 1991 587................................................................................................................ vs Black Hills, 1990 581.....................................................................................vs. Black Hills State, 2012 Most First Downs + 41................................................................................................. vs Abilene Christian, 2007 33................................................................................................................... vs Fort Lewis, 2003 32..................................................................................................................... vs Fort Hays, 2004 32.....................................................................................vs Colorado School of Mines, 2004

Alex Rodriguez

31......................................................................................... vs. Colorado Mesa, 2012 30............................................................................................................... vs Adams State, 1995 29.....................................................................................vs Colorado School of Mines, 1993 29.....................................................................................vs Colorado School of Mines, 1994 28.....................................................................................vs Colorado School of Mines, 1974 28............................................................................................................ vs Western State, 1998 27........................................................................................................................vs Midland, 1981 27............................................................................................................vs Montana Tech, 1988 27............................................................................................................ vs Western State, 1995 27....................................................................................vs University of Mary, 2011 Most Passes Attempted + 66................................................................................ vs Northwest Missouri State, 2007 65......................................................................................... vs. N.M. Highlands, 2012 + 62................................................................................................. vs Abilene Christian, 2007 57.................................................................................................vs Northwestern Iowa, 1985 57..................................................................................................................... vs Fort Hays, 2003 56................................................................................................................... vs Fort Lewis, 2003 56....................................................................................vs University of Mary, 2011 55...................................................................................................vs Nebraska-Kearney, 1997 55...................................................................................................vs Nebraska-Kearney, 2010 54......................................................................................................vs Colorado College, 1978 54.......................................................................................................... vs Pittsburg State, 2008

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Most Passes Completed 38.......................................................................................................... vs Pittsburg State, 2008 37................................................................................................................... vs Fort Lewis, 2003 + 37................................................................................................. vs Abilene Christian, 2007 37......................................................................................... vs. N.M. Highlands, 2012 33...................................................................................................vs University of Mary, 2011 32................................................................................................................... vs Fort Lewis, 1999 + 31................................................................................ vs Northwest Missouri State, 2007 31........................................................................................................ Nebraska-Kearney, 2010 30.................................................................................................vs Northwestern Iowa, 1985 Rushing Defense minus 89 yards..................................................................................... vs Adams State, 2000 minus 30............................................................................... vs Western New Mexico, 2008 minus 28.................................................................................... vs South Dakota Tech, 1972 minus 20..................................................................................................... vs Fort Lewis, 1998 minus 18............................................................................................... Colorado Mines, 2000 minus 17.................................................................................... vs South Dakota Tech, 1995 minus 3.................................................................................................... vs Adams State, 1997 minus 3........................................................................................................ vs Fort Lewis, 1999 Passing Defense 0...................................................................................................................................vs York, 1947 0.................................................................................................................................. vs Peru, 1979 0...........................................................................................................................vs Midland, 1980 0..............................................................................................................................vs Carroll, 1984 0...........................................................................................................................vs Midland, 1985 0........................................................................................................................ vs Fort Hays, 1991 0............................................................................................... vs Wisconsin-River Falls, 2000 2..................................................................................................... vs South Dakota Tech, 1947 6...................................................................................................................... vs Fort Lewis, 1998 9.................................................................................................................................. vs Peru, 1970 Total Defense minus 14 yds............................................................................................ vs. Fort Lewis, 1998 49 yds...................................................................................................... vs. Adams State, 2000 51 yds.......................................................................................vs U. of S.D.-Springfield, 1973 51 yds.................................................................................................vs Colorado Mines, 2000

Fewest Pass Completions Allowed 0...................................................................................................................................vs York, 1947 0.................................................................................................................................. vs Peru, 1979 0...........................................................................................................................vs Midland, 1980 0...........................................................................................................................vs Midland, 1985 0........................................................................................................................ vs Fort Hays, 1991 0............................................................................................... vs Wisconsin-River Falls, 2000 1................................................................................................................... vs three teams, 1947 1.................................................................................................................................. vs Peru, 1970 2...................................................................................................................... vs Fort Lewis, 1998 Most Points Scored 94....................................................................................................... vs Rocky Mountain, 1968 + 76................................................................................................. vs Abilene Christian, 2007

Most Points Allowed + 73.......................................................................................................Abilene Christian, 2007 61.....................................................................................................................................Peru, 1954 61..............................................................................................................................Kearney, 1965 Most Interceptions 8.......................................................................................................................... vs Mayville, 1970 8...................................................................................................................... vs Black Hills, 1995

Total Net Yards (Both Teams-Game) + 1,369........................................................................................... vs Abilene Christian, 2007 1,275....................................................................................vs New Mexico Highlands, 1999 1,200............................................................................................................. vs Fort Lewis, 2003

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Davin Doyle 1,181...................................................................................................................vs Bemidji, 2004 1,153......................................................................................................vs Montana Tech, 1988 1,099...................................................................................................vs Colorado Mines, 2004 1,060....................................................................................vs New Mexico Highlands, 1993 + 1,035............................................................................. vs. West Texas A&M, 2012 1,027...................................................................................................... vs Western State, 1990 1,018......................................................................................................vs Montana Tech, 1991 1,001......................................................................................................vs Montana Tech, 1989 1,000............................................................................................................. vs Black Hills, 1992

Total Net Yards By An Opponent 658.......................................................................................................................... Bemidji, 2004 + 653.................................................................................................... Abilene Christian, 2007 625............................................................................................................. Montana Tech, 1988 603........................................................................................... New Mexico Highlands, 1993 590................................................................................................................... Idaho State, 1993 585.................................................................................................................... Mesa State, 1993 581........................................................................................... New Mexico Highlands, 1999 + 580...................................................................................... West Texas A&M, 2012 572............................................................................................................................ Carroll, 1988 556....................................................................................................................... Fort Hays, 1995

Most Yards Rushing By An Opponent 442..................................................................................................... Midland Lutheran, 1987 390..................................................................................................................... Fort Lewis, 1996 376............................................................................................................. Montana Tech, 1988 Most Yards Passing By An Opponent 500.......................................................................................................................... Bemidji, 2004 446.................................................................................................... Nebraska-Kearney, 1999 430.................................................................................................... Nebraska-Kearney, 2003 428....................................................................................... Colorado School of Mines, 2009 405.................................................................................................................... Mesa State, 1993 399...................................................................................................... Western Montana, 1998 392........................................................................................... New Mexico Highlands, 1999 392..................................................................................................................... Fort Lewis, 2002 384........................................................................................................... Colorado Mines, 2010 380.............................................................................................................. Western State, 1991


Team Game Records Most Yards Rushing By An Opponent + 309.......................................................Xavier Omon, Northwest Missouri State, 2007 + 303......................................................................Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007 279........................................................................Gerald Mason, Midland Lutheran, 1985 266................................................................ Chaumont Bouknight, Western State, 2003 250...................................................... Thelbert Withers, New Mexico Highlands, 1993 + 235......................................................Khiry Robinson, West Texas A&M, 2012 224.............................................................................Larry Ellison, Rocky Mountain, 1987 206.........................................................................................Rod Nielsen, Minot State, 1984 198......................................................................... Rustin Dring, Nebraska-Kearney, 2010 195............................................................................ Mark Yulee, Nebraska-Kearney, 1991

Most Passes Completed By An Opponent 40.........................................................................................Andrew Webb, Fort Lewis, 2002 34....................................................................... Justin Coleman, Nebraska-Kearney, 1999 34............................................................................................. Nathan Sannes, Bemidji, 2004 33.....................................................................................Clay Garcia, Colorado Mines, 2010 33............................................................Emmanuel Lewis, N.M. Highlands, 2012 30...............................................................................Pat Duchien, Western Montana, 1998 29.......................................................................Dan Fjeldheim, South Dakota State, 2001 29...................................................................................David Pesek, Colorado Mines, 2009 28................................................................................................ Boyd Luim, Black Hills, 1995 28........................................................................................ Matt Gutierrez, Fort Lewis, 2004

Most Passes Attempted By An Opponent 65...................................................................................................... Jamie Stinson, Peru, 1997 61.........................................................................................Andrew Webb, Fort Lewis, 2002 60................................................................................................ Boyd Luim, Black Hills, 1995 57............................................................................................ David Garcia, Black Hills, 1990 57............................................................................................. Nathan Sannes, Bemidji, 2004 56...............................................................................Pat Duchien, Western Montana, 1998 56....................................................................... Justin Coleman, Nebraska-Kearney, 1999 53.....................................................................................Clay Garcia, Colorado Mines, 2010 51............................................................Emmanuel Lewis, N.M. Highlands, 2012

Most Receptions By An Opponent 16............................................................................................... Mike Nordyke, Bemidji, 2004 15............................................................................................... Lance Marr, Black Hills, 1993 15................................................................................Jebb Hatch, Nebraska-Kearney, 1999 15.........................................................................................Justin Johnson, Fort Lewis, 2009 13.......................................................................Forest Hurlburt, Western Montana, 1998

Most Yards Passing By An Opponent 500.......................................................................................... Nathan Sannes, Bemidji, 2004 446.................................................................... Justin Coleman, Nebraska-Kearney, 1999 430................................................................................Pat Korth, Nebraska-Kearney, 2003 411............................................................................Chad Friehauf, Colorado Mines, 2004 403........................................................................................................ Jake Logue, Mesa, 1993 395............................................................................Pat Duchien, Western Montana, 1998 392........................................................ Richard Fuentes, New Mexico Highlands, 1999 392......................................................................................Andrew Webb, Fort Lewis, 2002 384..................................................................................Clay Garcia, Colorado Mines, 2010 380................................................................................Jayson Merrill, Western State, 1991 372................................................................................David Pesek, Colorado Mines, 2009

Most Yards Receiving By An Opponent 205......................................................................................... Xavier Brown, Fort Hays, 1996 197....................................................................Forest Hurlburt, Western Montana, 1998 196...................................................Tommy Flanagan, Nebraska-Kearney, 2011 195..................................................................................................... Todd Liberty, Peru, 1997 187.........................................................................................Travis Thorn, Black Hills, 1995 186............................................................................ Garth Mins, Nebraska-Kearney, 2003 192............................................................................................ Mike Nordyke, Bemidji, 2004 180...............................................................Michael Sims, New Mexico Highlands, 1993 + 178........................................................................ Jerale Badon, Abilene Christian, 2007 170.................................................................................. Joel Meggers, Western State, 1991 170......................................................................................Justin Johnson, Fort Lewis, 2009

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Chadron State College Grid Leaders, 1968-2012 RUSHING Year.......Name, Carries-Yds (Avg.) TDs 1968.......Larry Gold, 214-1126 yds (5.3) 10 TD 1969.......Ken Parks, 168-611 yds (3.6) 12 TD 1970.......Stan Labertew, 122-776 yds (6.4) 6 TD 1971.......Ron Grant, 97-458 yds (4.7) 3 TD 1972.......Jerry Macken, 93-447 yds (4.8) 6 TD 1973.......Bob Houston, 172-686 yds (4.0) 9 TD 1974.......Mike Maryott, 72-385 yds (5.3) 2 TD 1975.......Bob Houston, 102-341 yds (3.3) 5 TD 1976.......Bob Houston, 120-528 yds (4.4) 11 TD 1977.......Alvin Nelson, 128-474 yds (3.7) 1 TD 1978.......Brad Fults, 114-441 yds (3.8), 10 TD 1979.......J.D. Hill, 108-553 yds (5.1) 5 TD 1980.......Willy Long, 165-775 yds (4.7) 13 TD 1981.......Willy Long, 161-731 yds (4.5) 7 TD 1982.......Willy Long, 171-718 yds (4.2) 7 TD 1983.......Jeff Roggasch, 130-570 yds (4.9) 5 TD 1984.......Leonard Hawkins, 108-525 yds (4.9) 1 TD 1985.......Bernard Grays, 90-363 yds (4.0) 4 TD 1986.......Mike Kozeal, 77-332 yds (4.3) 2 TD 1987.......David Jones, 188-917 yds (4.9) 8 TD 1988.......Jason Sleep, 121-564 yds (4.7) 3 TD David Jones, 132-533 yds (4.0) 2 TD 1989.......David Jones, 211-1,458 yds (6.9) 13 TD 1990.......David Jones, 245-1,625 yds (6.6) 14 TD 1991.......David McCartney, 159-840 yds (5.3) 14 TD Jerry Thomas, 111-609 yds (5.5) 5 TD 1992....... David McCartney, 267-1,359 yds (5.1) 25 TD 1993.......Corey Campbell, 133-685 yds (5.2) 5 TD David McCartney, 127-679 yds (5.3) 8 TD 1994.......Corey Campbell, 252-1,443 yds (5.7) 10 TD 1995.......Corey Campbell, 233-1,123 yds (4.8) 7 TD 1996.......Mike Fackrell, 272-1,264 yds (4.6) 13 TD 1997.........Anthony Simmons, 175-1,060 yds (6.0) 8 TD 1998 Anthony Simmons, 133-751 yds (5.6) 3 TD Mike Fackrell, 129-667 yds (5.2) 5 TD 1999.......Anthony Simmons, 127-728 yds (5.5) 4 TD 2000.......Austin Forster, 198-1,077 yds (5.4) 14 TD 2001.......Peter Holak, 155-661 yds (4.3) 12 TD 2002.......Austin Forster, 179-899 yds (5.0) 9 TD 2003.......Austin Forster, 123-681 yds (5.5) 6 TD 2004.........Danny Woodhead, 284-1,840 yds (6.5) 25 TD 2005.........Danny Woodhead, 278-1,769 yds(6.4) 21 TD 2006.........Danny Woodhead, 344-2,756 yds (8.0) 34 TD 2007.........Danny Woodhead, 250-1,597 yds (6.4) 21 TD 2008.......John Ritzen, 117-592 yds (5.1) 5 TD 2009.......Mark Haag, 129-597 yds (4.6) 6 TD 2010.......Glen Clinton, 198-1,020 yds (5.2) 7 TD Dominic Morris, 141-803 yds (5.7) 6 TD 2011.......Glen Clinton, 172-768 yds (4.5) 5 TD 2012.......Glen Clinton, 217-1,350 yds (6.2), 7 TD

PASS RECEIVING Year . ....Name, Rec.-Yds, TDs 1968.......Dean Palser, 35-579 yds, 2 TD 1969.......Rick Watson, 32-524 yds, 6 TD Henry Tullo, 32-524 yds, 6 TD 1970.......Rick Watson, 56-978 yds, 6 TD 1971.......Mike Dority, 18-610 yds, 7 TD 1972.......Terry Myers, 20-462 yds, 2 TD 1973.......Steve Nelson, 20-335 yds, 2 TD 1974.......Terry Myers, 31-497 yds, 2 TD 1975.......Dale Drahota, 15-243 yds, 1 TD 1976.......Dale Drahota, 40-894 yds, 5 TD 1977.......Ron Washington, 32-538 yds, 5 TD Bill Ryan, 32-467 yds, 5 TD 1978.......Bill Ryan, 65-868 yds, 9 TD *Ron Washington, 28-269 yds 1979.......Jerry Carder, 38-460 yds 1980.......J.D. Hill, 35-551 yds 1981.......Jim Fairfield, 60-821 yds, 6 TD 1982.......*Jim Fairfield, 25-316 yds, 3 TD Rocco Rotello, 22-282 yds, 1 TD 1983.......Todd Kadolph, 15-183 yds 1984.......Duane Smith, 58-786 yds, 6 TD 1985.......Duane Smith, 71-1264 yds, 11 TD 1986.......Tony Eddings, 32-473 yds, 6 TD Vic Woods, 31-378 yds, 1 TD 1987.......Chris Stein, 33-461 yds, 1 TD 1988.......Don Beebe, 49-906 yds, 13 TD 1989.......Chris Stein, 40-477 yds, 9 TD Jay Rhoades, 27-561 yds, 3 TD 1990.......Jay Rhoades, 26-560 yds, 6 TD Tom Potter, 29-431 yds, 2 TD 1991.......Jay Rhoades, 52-1,016 yds, 13 TD Rich Van Deer, 28-521 yds, 1 TD Pat Nickodemus, 33-391 yds, 2 TD 1992.......Joe Planansky, 45-609 yds, 2 TD Cory Brooks, 32-495 yds, 2 TD 1993.......Cory Brooks, 46-671 yds, 5 TD Joe Planansky, 44-588 yds, 4 TD 1994.......Cory Brooks, 54-817 yds, 9 TD Joe Planansky, 44-465 yds, 1 TD 1995.......Cory Brooks, 56-958 yds, 4 TD 1996.......Troy Theobald, 45-892 yds, 9 TD 1997.......Jess Clarke, 39-651 yds, 3 TD 1998.......Jess Clarke, 49-741 yds, 5 TD 1999.......Jess Clarke, 48-746 yds, 6 TD 2000.......Rian Weber, 46-653 yds, 9 TD 2001.......Michael Wahlstrom, 47-650 yds, 4 TD 2002.......Michael Wahlstrom, 64-801 yds, 7 TD Zac Jones, 55-587 yds, 5 TD 2003.......Bryce Flammang, 41-671 yds, 4 TD Michael Wahlstrom, 37-508 yds, 5 TD 2004.......Bryce Flammang, 49-721 yds, 12 TD 2005.......Danny Woodhead, 30-367 yds, 0 TD Ben Woodhead, 29-467 yds, 5 TD 2006.......Logan Stropko, 46-513 yds, 4 TD Danny Woodhead, 45-403 yds, 4 TD 2007.......Danny Woodhead, 38-484 yds, 2 TD Isaac Stockton, 35-442 yds, 6 TD Joel Schommer, 31-453 yds, 5 TD 2008.......Brandon Harrington, 82-899 yds, 9 TD Isaac Stockton, 69-739 yds, 10 TD 2009.......Brandon Harrington, 42-575 yds, 4 TD Isaac Stockton, 41-395 yds, 3 TD 2010.......Jeff Alcorn, 36-365 yds, 1 TD Nathan Ross, 34-455yds , 5 TD 2011.......Nathan Ross, 45-511 yds , 2 TD Jeremy Sondrup, 36-382 yds, 3 TD Jeff Alcorn, 33-453 yds, 5 TD 2012.......Nathan Ross, 54-805 yds , 10 TD Chapman Ham, 49-503 yds, 4 TD Cody Roes, 32-317 yds, 4 TD * Played in 5 games before being injured

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SCORING Year.......Name, pts (TD, FG, PAT) 1968.......Larry Gold, 63 pts (10 TD, 1 FG, 3 PAT) 1969.......Ken Parks, 72 pts (12 TD) 1970.......Rick Watson, 50 pts (8 TD and 2-pt PAT) 1971.......Mike Dority, 48 pts (8 TD) 1972.......Don White, 39 pts (1 TD, 5 FG, 18 PAT) 1973.......Bob Houston, 60 pts (10 TD) 1974.......Bob Houston, 42 pts (7 TD) 1975.......Bob Houston, 30 pts (5 TD) 1976.......Bob Houston, 66 pts (11 TD) 1977.......Chad Emanuel, 37 pts (4 FG and 25 PAT) 1978.......Ron Hoffman, 66 pts (4 TD, 8 FG, 18 PAT) Brad Fults 56 pts (9 TD and 2-pt PAT) Bill Ryan, 56 pts (9 TD and 2-pt PAT) 1979.......J.D. Hill, 36 pts (6 TD) 1980.......Willy Long, 80 pts (13 TD and 2-pt PAT) 1981.......Willy Long, 42 pts (7 TD) 1982.......Willy Long, 42 pts (7 TD) 1983.......Jeff Roggasch, 30 pts (5 TD) 1984.......Duane Smith, 42 pts (7 TD) 1985.......Duane Smith, 72 pts (12 TD) 1986.......Tony Eddings, 42 pts (7 TD) 1987.......David Jones, 48 pts (8 TD) Jay Masek, 45 pts (11 FG and 12 PAT) 1988.......Don Beebe, 90 pts (15 TD) 1989.......Jay Masek, 77 pts (13 FG and 38 PAT) David Jones, 78 pts (13 TD) 1990.......David Jones, 90 pts (15 TD) Jay Masek, 91 pts (15 FG and 43 PAT) 1991.......David McCartney, 84 pts (16 TD) Jay Rhoades, 78 pts (13 TD) 1992.........David McCartney, 154 pts (25 TD and 2 PAT) 1993.......Scott Doyle, 60 pts (10 FG and 30 PAT) David McCartney, 50 pts (8 TD and 1 PAT) 1994.......Scott Doyle, 79 pts (14 FG and 37 PAT) Corey Campbell, 64 (10 TD and 2 2-pt PAT) Cory Brooks, 60 pts (10 TD) 1995.......Scott Doyle, 64 pts (14 FG and 22 PAT) 1996.......Mike Fackrell, 84 pts (14 TD) Troy Theobald, 54 pts (9 TD) 1997.........Anthony Simmons, 62 pts (10 TD and 1 PAT) 1998.......Dan O’Donnell, 46 pts (8 FG and 22 PAT) 1999.......Aaron Turner, 77 pts (15 FG and 31 PAT) 2000.......Austin Forster, 98 pts (16 TD and 1 PAT) 2001.......Peter Holak, 72 pts (12 TD) 2002.......Austin Forster, 66 pts (11 TD) 2003.......Ryan Mackey, 52 pts (7 FG and 31 PAT) 2004.......Danny Woodhead, 162 pts (27 TD) 2005.......Danny Woodhead, 126 pts (21 TD) 2006.......Danny Woodhead, 228 pts (38 TD) 2007.......Danny Woodhead, 138 pts (23 TD) 2008.......Travis Atter, 100 pts (17 FG and 49 PAT) 2009.......Travis Atter, 92 pts (18 FG and 38 PAT) 2010.......Michael Ziola, 93 pts (18 FG and 39 PAT) 2011.......Alex Ferdinand, 70 pts (12 FG and 34 PAT) 2012.......Alex Ferdinand, 94 pts (16 FG and 46 PAT)


Chadron State College Grid Leaders, 1968-2012

PASSING Year.......Name, Comp-Att-Int, Yards, TD, % Year.......Name, Comp-Att-Int, Yards, TD, % 1968.......Mike Winchell, 45-94-4, 696 yds, 6 TD, 47.5% 1990.......Steward Perez, 152-284-14, 2104 yds, 15 TD, 53.5% Tim Turman, 42-82-8, 796 yds, 6 TD, 50.0% 1991.......Steward Perez, 179-314-18, 2643 yds, 22 TD, 57.0% 1969.......Mike Winchell, 60-109-8, 870 yds, 7 TD, 55.0% 1992.......Trevor Long, 159-282-11, 2063 yds, 8 TD, 56.4% Tim Turman, 50-124-10, 1013 yds, 12 TD, 40.3% 1993.......Trevor Long, 153-295-11, 2059 yds, 15 TD, 51.9% 1970.......Tim Turman, 63-115-8, 1137 yds, 10 TD, 54.8% 1994.......Trevor Long, 87-156-3, 1086 yards, 10 TD, 55.8% 1971.......Lee Baumann, 38-98-10, 942 yds, 9 TD, 54.8% Kevin Stein, 83-158-7, 1050 yards, 5 TD, 52.5% 1972.......Lee Baumann, 59-134-11, 1116 yds, 6 TD, 44.0% 1995.......Trevor Moon, 157-302-9, 2266 yds, 10 TD, 52.0% 1973.......Lee Baumann, 56-135-13, 794 yds, 6 TD, 41.5% 1996.......Trevor Moon, 155-307-12, 2392 yds, 17 TD, 50.5% 1974.......John Burns, 90-176-14, 1282 yds, 2 TD, 51.1% 1997.......Trevor Moon, 185-367-12, 2714 yds, 22 TD, 50.4% 1975.......John Burns, 46-87-4, 468 yds, 1 TD, 52.9% 1998.......Trevor Moon, 187-354-8, 2610 yds, 17 TD, 52.8% Brad Fults, 30-63-4, 469 yds, 3 TD, 47.6% 1999.......Matt Strand, 177-336-14, 2478 yards, 14 TD, 52.7% 1976.......Brad Fults, 77-185-11, 1404 yds, 9 TD, 41.6% 2000.......Matt Strand, 191-340-9, 2326 yds, 22 TD, 56.2% 1977.......Brad Fults, 114-232-18, 1676 yds, 14 TD, 49.1% 2001.......Matt Strand, 196-348-8, 2591 yds, 19 TD, 56.3% 1978.......Brad Fults, 186-350-11, 2109 yds, 10 TD, 53.1% 2002.......Shawn Eisenreich, 196-355-10, 2353 yds, 22 TD, 55.2% 1979.......Scott Wickard, 60-129-6, 662 yds, 2 TD, 46.5% 2003.......Shawn Eisenreich, 196-370-9, 2715 yds, 23 TD, 53.0% 1980.......Scott Wickard, 69-170-9, 969 yds, 5 TD, 40.6% 2004.......Shawn Eisenreich, 191-329-15, 2412 yds, 19 TD, 58.1% 1981.......Scott Wickard, 153-312-17, 1958 yds, 13 TD, 49.0% 2005.......Tyler Hidrogo, 87-148-7, 1125 yds, 6 TD, 58.8% 1982.......Scott Wickard, 45-123-11, 616 yds, 6 TD, 36.6% Joe McLain, 61-111-4, 948 yds, 7 TD, 55.0% 1983.......Todd Hedlund, 43-102-7, 496 yds, 2 TD, 42.2% 2006.......Joe McLain, 139-231-9, 1,668 yds, 16 TD, 60.2% 1984.......Phil Warrick, 141-306-33, 1672 yds, 15 TD, 46.1% 2007.......Joe McLain, 220-372-10, 2,688 yds, 19 TD, 59.1% 1985.......John Riggs, 199-392-9, 2891 yds, 27 TD, 50.8% 2008.......Joe McLain, 238-374-6, 2,707 yds, 28 TD, 63.6% 1986.......Tom Overstreet, 75-172-14, 1025 yds, 9 TD, 43.6% 2009.......Garrett Treffer, 176-277-10, 1,754 yds, 16 TD, 63.5% 1987.......Tom Overstreet, 114-237-20, 1407 yds, 6 TD, 48.1% 2010.......Jonn McLain, 170-271-8, 1,894 yds, 16 TD, 62.7% 1988.......Steward Perez, 139-267-21, 2135 yds, 21 TD, 52.1% 2011.......Brandon Gorsuch, 199-330-10, 2,089 yds, 18 TD, 60.3% 1989.......Steward Perez, 124-221-10, 1692 yds, 15 TD, 56.1% 2012.......Jonn McLain, 239-362-6, 2,606 yds, 30 TD, 66.0% PUNTING PUNT RETURNS 1972.......Mike Dority, 13, 17.3 avg. Year:.....Name, Punts, Avg. 1968.......Kevin Kirwin, 8, 24.6 avg. 1973.......Mike Dority, 8, 20.3 avg. 1968.......Dennis Ptak, 38, 37.4 avg. 1969.......Henry Tullo, 12, 10.2 avg. 1974.......Mike Maryott, 5, 23.6 avg. 1969.......Jim Evans, 38, 35.7 avg. 1970.......Rick Watson, 10, 20.4 avg. 1975.......Bill Ryan, 9, 30.2 avg. 1970.......Bill Pile, 40, 39.5 avg. 1971.......Kay Fackrell, 8, 13.5 avg. 1976.......Bill Ryan, 21, 23.5 avg. 1971.......Jim Morgan, 47, 37.2 avg. 1972.......Kay Fackrell, 12, 6.0 avg. 1977.......Mark Sholtz, 14, 28.6 avg. 1972.......Steve Nelson, 49, 35.2 avg. 1973.......Paul Muzquiz, 10, 13.2 avg. 1978.......J.D. Hill, 14, 21.1 avg. 1973.......Steve Nelson, 48, 37.6 avg. 1974.......Paul Muzquiz, 9, 7.4 avg. Bill Ryan, 9, 25.0 avg. 1974.......Duane Fritz, 45, 36.8 avg. 1975.......Bill Ryan, 8, 15.8 avg. 1979.......Mark Sholtz, 16, 20.8 avg. 1975.......Duane Fritz, 65, 42.3 avg. 1976.......Bill Ryan, 23, 8.5 avg. J.D. Hill, 12, 27.6 avg. 1976.......Duane Fritz, 56, 41.3 avg. 1977.......Mark Sholtz, 14, 13.8 avg. 1980.......J.D. Hill, 23, 28.0 avg. 1977.......Kirk Lunt, 48, 32.5 avg. 1978.......J.D. Hill, 17, 7.3 avg. 1981.......Andy Callahan, 12, 20.0 avg. 1978.......Mark Perrella, 46, 36.8 avg. 1979.......Mark Sholtz, 17, 12.6 avg. 1982.......Charlie Mitchell, 4, 24.8 avg. 1979.......Mark Perrella, 58, 37.7 avg. 1980.......J.D. Hill, 8, 8.4 avg. 1983.......Mark Sholtz, 8, 23.5 avg. 1980.......Mark Perrella, 55, 33.7 avg. 1981.......Charlie Mitchell, 22, 12.2 avg. 1984.......Scott Orchard, 15, 18.0 avg. 1981.......Les Hatfield, 42, 34.2 avg. 1982.......Charlie Mitchell, 18, 7.2 avg. Duane Smith, 12, 20.0 avg. 1982.......Jim Fairfield, 24, 37.4 avg. 1983.......Charlie Mitchell, 15, 10.7 avg. 1985.......Tim Feathergill, 13, 25.1 avg. Rod Bussinger, 20, 35.5 avg. 1984.......Duane Smith, 13, 7.6 avg. 1986.......Tony Eddings, 16, 19.8 avg. 1983.......Rod Bussinger, 64, 36.9 avg. 1985.......Duane Smith, 6, 13.5 avg. 1987.......Mark Rannie, 18, 20.8 avg. 1984.......Rod Bussinger, 61, 38.6 avg. 1986.......None qualified. 1988.......Don Beebe, 29, 24.9 avg. 1985.......Rod Bussinger, 45, 39.8 avg. 1987.......None qualified. 1989.......T.J. Marx, 12, 18.8 avg. 1986.......Scott Charron, 61, 35.6 avg. 1988.......Rich VanDeer, 21, 7.2 avg. Rich Van Deer, 11, 18.4 avg. 1987.......Scott Charron, 45, 39.8 avg. 1989.......Rich VanDeer, 16, 6.5 avg. 1990.......Jerome Hyatte, 20, 18.4 avg. 1988.......Lance Philben, 43, 32.1 avg. Jerome Hyatte, 7, 16.1 avg. 1991.......Jerome Hyatte, 17, 13.1 avg. 1989.......Neal Anthony, 12, 35.8 avg. 1990.......Jerome Hyatte, 31, 10.8 avg. 1992.......Jeff Palser, 23, 25.0 avg. 1990.......Travis Ball, 43, 37.7 avg. 1991.......Jerome Hyatte, 19, 7.6 avg. 1993.......Jeff Palser, 24, 23.4 avg. 1991.......Wes Gamble, 47, 35.4 avg. 1992.......Cody Gamble, 12, 4.9 avg. Todd Ziettlow, 13, 23.4 avg. 1992.......Lynn Wendelin, 35, 37.4 avg. 1993.......Cody Gamble, 26, 9.6 avg. 1994.......Todd Ziettlow, 20, 18.8 avg. 1993.......Lynn Wendelin, 48, 36.7 avg. 1994.......Cody Gamble, 16, 10.9 avg. 1995.......Jeff Gipson, 17, 28.0 avg. 1994.......Lynn Wendelin, 39, 38.7 avg. 1995.......Ryan Smith, 22, 7.0 avg. 1996.......Jamie Knapke, 18, 19.8 avg. 1995.......Lynn Wendelin, 52, 40.7 avg. 1996.......Jamie Knapke, 27 10.1 avg. Jeff Gipson, 13, 18.6 avg. 1996.......Jarod Moeller, 84, 37.9 avg. 1997.......Jamie Knapke, 38, 10.5 avg. 1997.......Jeff Gipson, 10, 22.8 avg. 1997.......Jarod Moeller, 76, 36.7 avg. 1998.......Jamie Knapke, 31, 9.8 avg. 1998.......Brandon Soden, 8, 18.6 avg. 1998.......Jarod Moeller, 53, 39.5 avg. 1999.......Austin Forster, 45, 11.8 avg. Jeff Gipson, 6, 20.0 avg. 1999.......Jarod Moeller, 47, 41.1 avg. 2000.......Austin Forster, 38, 10.5 avg. 1999.......Tom Dawson, 11, 27.8 avg. 2000.......Matt Strand, 60, 37.5 avg. 2001.......Mitch Barry, 43, 8.9 avg. 2000.......Eric Stewart, 9, 20.5 avg. 2001.......Matt Strand, 58, 36.3 avg. 2002.......Mitch Barry, 22, 12.4 avg. 2001.......Beau Sheets, 10, 33.7 avg. 2002.......Jesse Corlett, 23, 35.6 avg. 2003.......Mitch Barry, 15, 13.8 avg. 2002.......Marvin Jackson, 15, 26.6 avg. 2003.......Mitch Barry, 49, 38.0 avg. 2004.......Mitch Barry, 11, 14.9 avg. 2003.......Beau Sheets, 22, 25.1 avg. 2004 Ross Janssen, 24, 37.9 avg. 2005.......Dale Poole, 17, 14.6 avg. 2004.......Brent Harner, 14, 19.1 avg. Mitch Barry, 24, 37.8 avg. 2006.......Micah Smith, 27, 17.4 avg. Travis Covey, 12, 18.9 avg. 2005.......Ross Janssen, 47, 38.1 avg. 2007.......Landon Ehlers, 22, 15.2 avg. 2005.......Dale Poole, 17, 22.5 avg. 2006.......Scott Wewel, 36, 33.2 avg. 2008.......Dustin McCabe, 16, 5.9 avg. 2006.......DeAngelo Wall, 12, 19.6 avg. 2007.......Kevin Berg, 57, 39.7 avg. 2009.......Jed Herblan, 21, 7.4 avg. 2007.......Brandon Harrington, 13, 31.3 avg. 2008.......Kevin Berg, 62, 39.6 avg. 2010.......Jed Herblan, 14, 13.5 avg. 2008.......Maurice Threatts, 18, 32.4 avg. 2009.......Kevin Berg, 44, 41.7 avg. 2011.......Trelan Taylor, 16, 7.4 avg. 2009.......Brandon Harrington, 18, 27.4 avg. 2010.......Kevin Berg, 49, 43.0 avg. 2012.......Trelan Taylor, 22, 12.2 avg. 2010.......Glen Clinton, 19, 24.9 avg. 2011.......Josh Borm, 54, 39.7 avg. 2011.......Nathan Ross, 17, 28.1 avg. 2012.......Josh Borm, 53, 37.2 avg. KICKOFF RETURNS 2012.......Nathan Ross, 15, 23.8 avg. 1968.......Henry Tullo, 10, 22.1 avg. 1969.......Rick Watson, 8, 25.5 avg. 1970.......Ron Grant, 16, 19.8 avg. Rick Watson, 9, 23.2 avg. 1971.......Mike Dority, 12, 24.8 avg.

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Chadron State College Grid Leaders, 1968-2012 Eight awards were presented at the 2012 Chadron State College football banquet Saturday in Chadron. Those earning the honors as voted on by the team were, left to right, Sam Parker of Harrison, Neb., (Lifter of the Year), Ryan Wood of Stockton, Calif., (Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year), Keifer Burke of Brady, Neb., (Defensive MVP), Glen Clinton of Cody, Wyo., (Offensive MVP), Brandon Ratcliff of Chillicothe, Ill., (Don Beebe Most Inspirational Player), Pierre Etchemendy of Douglas, Wyo., (Special Teams Player of the Year), Cody Paul of Los Alamitos, Calif., (Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year) and Kevin Lindholm of Eads, Colo., (Team MVP).

PASS INTERCEPTIONS Year.......Name, Int. 1968.......Rick Watson, 8 1969.........Del Dixon, Cordell Bullis, and Kevin Kirwin, 3 1970.......Cordell Bullis, 7 1971.......Dale Timperley and Dave Shrader, 4 1972.......Randy Bauer, 5 1973.......Randy Bauer, 10 1974.......Jack Padgett, 5 1975.......Ron Brooks, 9 1976.......Tod Dorshorst, 5 1977.......Jeff Chandler and Kirk Lunt, 3 1978.......Duane Dorshorst, 4 1979.......Ken Thompson, 5 1980.......Ken Thompson, 7 1981.......Ken Thompson, 4 1982.......Five players, 2 1983.......Charlie Mitchell, 5 1984.......Bob Murray, 2 1985.......Keven Logan, 7 1986.......Allen Seul, 4 1987.......Corey Anderson and Will Boyer, 2 1988.......Travis Parker, 4 1989.......Jerome Hyatte, 7 1990.......Jerome Hyatte, 4 1991.......Jerome Hyatte, 4 1992.......Cody Gamble, 8 1993.......Cody Gamble, 7 1994.......Cody Gamble, 6 1995.......Gilbert Diaz, 6 and Ryan Smith 5 1996.......Ryan Turman, 7 1997.......Ryan Turman, 5 1998.......Ryan Turman, 5 1999.......Brian Pittman, 4 2000.......Marvin Jackson, 4 2001.......Marvin Jackson, 7 2002.......Marvin Jackson, 6 2003.......Mitch Barry, 6 2004.......Eric Barker, 5 2005.......Two Players, 2 2006.......Two Players, 3 2007.......Paul Schweger and Trevor Hyatt, 3 2008.......Trevor Hyatt and Craig Kaiser, 3 2009.......Nick Milani and Kramer Hirz, 3 2010.......Kevin Berg, 4 2011.......Phil Rivera, 3 2012.......Trelan Taylor, 8

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TACKLES Year.......Name, Tackles 1969.......Doug Brandt, 97; Barry Harris, 91; and Pat Moore, 90 1970.......Del Dixon, 127; Doug Brandt, 109; Dennis Tacke; and Mike Parks, 9 1971.......Dale Timperley, 101; Mike Parks, 89; Doug Brandt, 81; and Larry Ruzicka, 78 1972.......Dale Timperley and Joe Aimone, 127; Rick Nave, 118; and Don White, 102 1973.......Rick Nave, 122; Pat Cullen, 107; and Joe Aimone, 98 1974....... Dennis Fitzgerald, 94; Joe Aimone, 88; Rick Nave, 87; and Dick Peetz, 78 1975.......Rick Mickelson, 104; Ron Rice, 90; and Mike Cruickshank, 89 1976.......Russ Martin, 112; Len Kolar, 93; and Ron Brooks, 81 1977.......Rick Mickelson, 101; Kirk Lunt, 86; and Ralph Gill, 69 1978.......Kirk Lunt, 144; Dennis Breinig, 104; and Doug Johnson, 101 1979.......John Walker, 106; Gary Gill, 100 1980.......Ray Hoffman, 147; John Walker, 129; and Phil Haberman, 113 1981.......Dennis Hengen, 101; Ray Hoffman, 100; and Phil Haberman, 100 1982.......Dennis Hengen and Phil Haberman, 69; Terry Hillman, 59; and Bart Voycheske, 53 1983.......Don Peterson, 94; Chris Wentling, 80; Dave Smith, 77; and Rick Hamilton, 74 1984....... Chris Wentling and Tom Brown, 95; Zane Sweeney and Kevin Iriart, 94 1985.......Kevin Iriart, 127; Steve Henry, 68; and Dan Pangilinan, 66 1986.......Jerry Wiggins, 81; Terry Powell, 68; and Dan Pangilinan, 66 1987.......Corey Anderson, 113; John Hepp, 105; and Keith Knipp, 89 1988.......Corey Anderson, 145; John Hepp, 127; and Tim Lecher, 89 1989.......Russ Anderson, 142; Jason Irvine, 106 1990.......Corey Anderson, 153; Jason Irvine 81 1991.......Russ Anderson, 132; Chad Johnson, 78 1992.......Chad Johnson, 92, Jason Funk 76 1993.......Chad Johnson, 118; Curt Moffatt, 107; Jason Funk, 93 1994.......Chad Johnson 83; Guy Gilsdorf, 69 1995.......Guy Gilsdorf, 110; Kevin Homer, 99 1996.......Kevin Homer, 144, Ryan Turman, 100, Kerry Bailey, 78 1997.......Kevin Homer, 156; Ryan Turman, 92 1998.......Kevin Homer, 126; Ryan Turman, 90; Jeff Turman, 84 1999.......Jeff Turman, 80; Rob Bennie, 68; Court Lutgen, 57 2000.......Jeff Turman, 77; Chris Evans and Jeff Japp, 70 2001.......Ross Morris, 70; Aric Lopez, 66; Jeff Turman, 64 2002.......Aric Lopez, 94; Amos Davis 58, Casey Haldeman, Bill Teerlinck, 57 2003.......Cody Assmann and Jeff Rusher, 65; Alex Tone, 62 2004.......Evan Halchishick, 67; Eric Barker, 56; Jeff Rusher, 55 2005.......Paul Schweger, 78; Austin Bailey, 64 2006.......Austin Bailey, 87; Paul Schweger, 80 2007.......Paul Schweger, 90; Zach Wheeler, 77; Austin Bailey, 75 2008.......Zach Wheeler, 80; Austin Bailey, 76; Trevor Hyatt, 75 2009.......Duke Eardley, 85; Jeff Lyster, 61; Thomas Wells, 56 2010.......James Belville, 80; Kelen Kahrs, 61; Kevin Berg, 58 2011.......Kevin Lindholm, 89; James Belville, 76 2012.......Kevin Lindholm, 122; Shea Koch, 97


All-Time Records

Coaching Records

Record Scoring Average Coach W L T Total Pct. CSC Opp. Years Charles E. White 2 1 0 3 .667 6.3 3.3 1911 Clarence A. Berge 3 2 0 5 .600 30.2 7.8 1912 George Bealer 1 3 1 5 .250 9.6 16.8 1913-14 Orin Weymouth 1 1 1 3 .500 13.0 10.3 1915-16 R.B. McCandless 2 3 0 5 .400 6.4 15.6 1919 Ralph West 17 9 2 28 .654 20.4 7.5 1920-23 Ernest Wills 8 1 0 9 .889 22.6 2.0 1924 Roy Wynne 15 4 0 19 .789 16.0 4.2 1925-26 Art Stark 20 5 0 25 .800 23.4 5.4 1927-29 Ruffus Trapp 33 23 0 56 .589 12.2 9.7 1930-37 * Ross Armstrong 51 52 3 106 .495 11.4 13.9 1938-52 L.J. Fitzgibbon 2 14 0 16 .125 6.4 28.1 1953-54 Bill Baker 25 24 0 49 .510 15.6 16.9 1955, 57-61 Paul Glod 5 2 1 8 .714 16.9 14.5 1956 Jim Kuechler 4 21 0 25 .160 8.2 25.3 1962-64 Jack McBride 2 16 1 19 .111 10.5 29.0 1965-66 Bill Giles 27 18 0 45 .600 26.1 16.8 1967-71 Glenn Brady 8 2 0 10 .800 19.5 11.0 1972 Sparky Adams 31 17 0 48 .646 18.8 10.7 1973-77 * Jerry Welch 21 17 3 41 .553 18.4 18.5 1978-81 Gary Richardson 10 8 0 18 .556 12.8 10.1 1982-83 Don Turner 10 16 2 28 .384 19.2 25.2 1984-86 * Brad Smith 136 57 1 194 .705 31.6 20.5 1987-2004, 2011 * Bill O’Boyle 57 21 0 78 .730 32.5 17.8 2005-2011 * Jay Long 9 3 0 12 .750 33.8 23.8 2012-Pre. * Includes postseason games. Does not include games played against teams from Mexico, 1981 and 1992

Top 10 Winningest Coaches in CSC Football History Name W L T Pct. Brad Smith 136 57 1 .705 Bill O’Boyle 57 21 0 .730 Ross Armstrong 51 52 3 .495 Ruffus Trapp 33 23 0 .589 Sparky Adams 31 17 0 .646 Bill Giles 27 18 0 .600 Bill Baker 25 24 0 .510 Jerry Welch 21 17 3 .553 Art Stark 20 5 0 .800 Ralph West 17 9 2 .654

Year-By-Year CSC Team Records (Regular Season Games Entering 2013)

1911.....................................................2-1-0 1912.....................................................3-2-0 1913.....................................................1-1-1 1914.....................................................0-2-0 1915.....................................................1-1-0 1916.....................................................0-0-1 1917 No Team (WWI) 1918 No Team (WWI) 1919.....................................................2-3-0 1920.....................................................4-3-0 1921.....................................................2-4-0 1922.....................................................4-2-1 1923.....................................................7-0-1 1924.....................................................8-1-0 1925.....................................................9-0-0 1926.....................................................6-4-0 1927.....................................................7-2-0 1928.....................................................5-2-0 1929.....................................................8-1-0 1930.....................................................5-2-0 1931.....................................................3-4-0 1932.....................................................4-3-0 1933.....................................................6-1-0 1934.....................................................6-2-0 1935.....................................................2-5-0 1936.....................................................4-3-0 1937.....................................................3-3-0

1938.....................................................2-6-0 1939.....................................................4-3-1 1940.....................................................5-4-0 1941.....................................................3-4-0 1942.....................................................4-1-0 1943 No Team (WWII) 1944 No Team (WWII) 1945.....................................................0-4-0 1946.....................................................3-7-0 1947.....................................................7-1-1 1948.....................................................7-1-0 1949.....................................................7-3-0 1950.....................................................5-4-1 1951.....................................................1-8-0 1952.....................................................3-6-0 1953.....................................................1-7-0 1954.....................................................1-7-0 1955.....................................................3-5-0 1956.....................................................5-2-1 1957.....................................................2-6-0 1958.....................................................8-0-0 1959.....................................................6-2-0 1960.....................................................3-5-0 1961.....................................................3-6-0 1962.....................................................2-7-0 1963.....................................................1-7-0 1964.....................................................1-7-0

1965.....................................................2-6-1 1966..................................................0-10-0 1967.....................................................3-6-0 1968.....................................................8-1-0 1969.....................................................6-3-0 1970.....................................................5-4-0 1971.....................................................5-4-0 1972.....................................................8-2-0 1973.....................................................7-3-0 1974.....................................................6-3-0 1975.....................................................6-3-0 1976.....................................................4-5-0 1977.....................................................8-2-0 1978.....................................................7-2-2 1979.....................................................4-5-1 1980.....................................................5-5-0 1981.....................................................5-5-0 1982.....................................................6-2-0 1983.....................................................4-6-0 1984.....................................................2-7-1 1985.....................................................5-3-1 1986.....................................................3-6-0 1987.....................................................1-8-0 1988.....................................................5-5-0 1989.....................................................8-1-0 1990.....................................................9-1-0 1991.....................................................5-5-1

1992.....................................................7-3-0 1993.....................................................6-5-0 1994.....................................................9-2-0 1995.....................................................8-2-0 1996..................................................10-1-0 1997.....................................................8-3-0 1998.....................................................9-2-0 1999.....................................................7-3-0 2000.....................................................8-2-0 2001..................................................10-0-0 2002.....................................................8-2-0 2003.....................................................8-2-0 2004.....................................................7-3-0 2005.....................................................4-6-0 2006..................................................11-0-0 2007..................................................11-0-0 2008..................................................10-1-0 2009.....................................................7-4-0 2010.....................................................8-3-0 2011.....................................................6-5-0 2012.........................................................9-2

Regular Season 497 330 15 Postseason 4 11 0 Totals 501 341 15

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Year-By-Year Game Results Charles E. White Coached: 1911 Career: 2-1-0

Season: 1911 Record: 2-1-0 19 Gordon High School CSC beat an unknown school 0 Hot Springs SD High School 19 Totals

R.B. McCandless Coached: 1919 Career: 2-3-0

0 10 10

Clarence A. Berge Coached: 1912 Career: 3-2-0

Season: 1912 Record: 3-2-0 24 South Dakota Tech 0 Black Hills State 0 University of Wyoming 100 Alliance High School 27 Wayne State College 151 Totals

Season: 1914 Record: 0-2-0 0 Black Hills State 0 Black Hills State 0 Totals

7 7 25 0 0 39

14 37 0 51

6 27 33

Orin Weymouth Coached: 1915-16 Career: 1-1-1

Season: 1915 Record: 1-1-0 0 Alliance High School 27 Alliance High School 27 Totals

13 6 19

Season: 1916 Record: 0-0-1 12 Alliance High School 12 Totals

12 12

Season:1917 World War I (no team) Season: 1918 World War I (no team)

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Season: 1919 Record: 2-3-0 0 South Dakota Tech 0 Black Hills State 20 Hot Springs, S.D. High School 12 Black Hills State 0 Bayard High School 32 Totals

50 25 0 0 3 78

Ralph West Coached: 1920-23 Career: 17-9-2

George Bealer Coached: 1913-14 Career: 1-3-1

Season: 1913 Record: 1-1-1 14 Black Hills State 0 Black Hills State 34 Atkinson High School 48 Totals

0 204

Season: 1920 Record: 4-3-0 0 South Dakota Tech 0 Nebraska Wesleyan University 14 Black Hills State 14 South Dakota Tech 27 Wayne State College 7 Black Hills State 117 Crawford High School 179 Totals

33 13 7 20 0 0 0 73

Season: 1921 Record: 2-4-0 13 South Dakota Tech 7 Black Hills State 12 Wayne State College 6 Black Hills State 10 Nebraska Wesleyan University 6 Kearney State College 54 Totals

20 6 33 0 20 7 86

Season: 1922 Record: 4-2-1 3 South Dakota Tech 3 Nebraska Central 0 Black Hills State 7 Kearney State College 30 Black Hills State 9 South Dakota Tech 16 Wayne State College 68 Totals

12 0 0 14 0 0 0 26

Season: 1923 Record: 7-0-1 16 South Dakota Tech 83 Black Hills State 3 Grand Island College 24 Black Hills state 10 Kearney State College 94 Nebraska Central 30 Wayne State College 10 Peru State College 270 Totals

0 0 0 0 0 0 14 10 24

Ernest Wills Coached: 1924 Career: 8-1-0

Season: 1924 Record: 8-1-0 30 Black Hills State 7 South Dakota Tech 3 Grand Island College 47 York College 61 Wayne State College 28 Black Hills State 27 Kearney State College 1 Nebraska Central (forfeit)

6 0 0 0 3 0 3 0

Peru State College Totals

6 18

Roy Wynne Coached: 1925-26 Career: 15-4-0

Season: 1925 Record: 9-0-0 (Nebraska Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Champs) 3 University of Colorado 0 53 Black Hills State 0 29 Wayne State College 7 26 Grand Island College 0 20 Cotner College 3 17 Hastings College 0 1 York College (forfeit) 0 34 South Dakota Tech 0 13 Peru State College 3 196 Totals 13 Season: 1926 Record: 6-4-0 (Nebraska Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Champs) 0 University of Colorado 25 40 Nebraska Central 0 3 South Dakota Tech 13 7 Hastings College 0 3 Doane College 0 12 Cotner College 0 3 Northern Colorado 20 26 York College 0 7 Midland College 0 7 Black Hills State 9 108 Totals 67

Arthur R. Stark Coached: 1927-29 Career: 20-5-0

Season: 1927 Record: 7-2-0 46 Black Hills State 33 South Dakota Tech 117 University of Nebraska-Omaha 13 University of Wyoming 0 Doane College 17 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 28 Northern Colorado 32 Hastings College 52 Midland College 338 Totals

0 2 0 31 3 0 0 6 12 54

Season: 1928 Record: 5-2-0 24 Black Hills State 6 Carroll College, MT 12 South Dakota Tech 0 Peru State College 20 Wayne State College 31 University of Wyoming 14 Regis College, CO 107 Totals

7 13 0 13 0 0 6 39

Season: 1929 Record: 8-1-0 7 South Dakota Tech 27 Hastings College 34 University of Nebraska-Omaha 14 Carroll College, MT 13 Regis College, CO 9 Peru State College 18 Kearney State College 0 Wayne State College 19 Black Hills State 141 Totals

0 0 13 6 6 2 7 7 0 41


Year-By-Year Game Results Ruffus F. Trapp Coached: 1930-37 Career: 33-23-0

Season: 1930 Record: 5-2-0 20 Black Hills State 14 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 0 Kearney State College 13 Hastings College 26 South Dakota Tech 13 Wayne State College 0 Peru State College 86 Totals

6 7 12 6 0 0 13 44

Season: 1931 Record: 3-4-0 7 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 6 Peru State College 0 University of Wyoming 13 Black Hills State 0 Wayne State College 40 South Dakota Tech 0 Kearney State College 66 Totals

6 18 33 7 3 0 7 74

Season: 1932 Record: 4-3-0 7 University of Wyoming 24 Wayne State College 28 South Dakota Tech 0 Peru State College 7 University of Nebraska “B” 6 Kearney State College 6 University of Nebraska-Omaha 78 Totals

28 6 0 3 0 0 7 44

Season: 1933 Record: 6-1-0 (Conference Champions) 0 University of Colorado 26 South Dakota Tech 22 Peru State College 13 University of Nebraska-Omaha 17 Kearney State College 29 Black Hills State 21 Wayne State College 128 Totals

19 0 0 0 0 14 7 40

Season: 1934 Record: 6-2-0 30 South Dakota Tech 0 Fort Hays State, CO 12 Peru State College 20 Wayne State College 21 University of Nebraska “B” 14 Black Hills State 19 Kearney State College 2 Univ. of Nebraska-Omaha 118 Totals

7 16 0 0 0 13 6 6 48

Season: 1935 Record: 2-5-0 0 Fort Hays State, CO 0 Northern Colorado 0 Kearney State College 19 Wayne State College 19 Peru State College 30 South Dakota Tech 0 Univ. of Nebraska-Omaha 68 Totals

27 12 26 20 13 0 28 126

Season: 1936 Record: 4-3-0 2 Minot State, ND 7 Fort Hays State, KS 12 Wayne State College 27 Peru State College 12 Northern Colorado 18 South Dakota Tech 0 Kearney State College 78 Totals

0 32 0 7 33 0 19 91

Season: 1937 Record: 3-3-0 0 South Dakota Tech 0 Fort Hays State, KS 20 Black Hills State 18 Wayne State College 7 Western State, CO 14 Kearney State College 59 Totals

17 7 6 13 22 13 78

Ross Armstrong Coached: 1938-52 Career: 51-52-3

Season: 1938 Record: 2-6-0 27 Jamestown College, ND 0 Fort Hays State, KS 20 Black Hills State 7 South Dakota Tech 0 Western State, CO 0 Colorado School of Mines 6 Wayne State College 6 Kearney State College 66 Totals

6 21 0 14 7 13 13 12 86

Season: 1939 Record: 4-3-1 7 Ottawa University, KS 7 Kearney State College 0 Colorado School of Mines 0 Western State, CO 13 South Dakota Tech 0 N.W. Missouri State 14 Wayne State College 0 Peru State College 41 Totals

6 0 32 0 6 27 0 26 97

Season: 1940 Record: 5-4-0 14 Ottawa University, KS 0 N.W. Missouri State 13 South Dakota Tech 6 Wayne State College 14 Midland College 0 Kearney State College 12 University of Wyoming 0 Sterling College, KS 0 Peru State College 59 Totals Season: 1941 Record: 3-4-0 6 N.W. Missouri State 19 South Dakota Tech 14 Peru State College 6 Wayne State College 6 Kearney State College 27 McPherson College, KS 52 Buena Vista College, IA 130 Totals Season: 1942 Record: 4-1-0 26 Black Hills State 0 Peru State College 13 Black Hills State 6 Northern Colorado 13 Kearney State College 58 Totals Season: 1943 World War II (no team) Season: 1944 World War II (no team)

0 27 10 0 13 20 9 7 26 112

27 6 20 26 14 6 0 99

0 41 0 0 7 48

Season: 1945 Record: 0-4-0 12 Northern Colorado 0 Dickinson State, ND 0 Kearney State College 0 Kearney State College 12 Totals

59 21 21 19 120

Season: 1946 Record: 3-7-0 19 South Dakota Tech 8 Northern Colorado 0 Kearney State College 19 Black Hills State 6 Peru State College 6 Midland Lutheran College 0 Western State, CO 12 Wayne State College 0 Doane College 0 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 70 Totals

6 46 14 0 26 40 38 6 21 33 230

Season: 1947 Record: 7-1-1 (Conference Co-Champs) 41 South Dakota Tech 19 York College 7 Kearney State College 6 Peru State College 25 Midland Lutheran College 13 Black Hills State 19 Wayne State College 12 Doane College 7 Hastings College 149 Totals

6 6 6 14 0 0 0 7 7 46

Season: 1948 Record: 7-1-0 (Conference Co-Champs) 14 Wayne State College 21 York College 20 Kearney State College 13 Peru State College 27 Midland Lutheran College 35 Black Hills State 24 Hastings College 14 Doane College 168 Totals

17 0 7 6 7 26 6 7 76

Season: 1949 Record: 7-3-0 19 Hastings College 6 Kearney State College 34 Midland Lutheran College 27 Peru State College 28 York College 6 Wayne State College 13 Doane College 13 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 7 Black Hills State 153 Totals *2 Idaho State University *Bean Bowl at Scottsbluff Season: 1950 Record: 5-4-1 6 Colorado School of Mines 6 Hastings College 0 Mankato State, MN 1 York College (forfeit) 0 Peru State College 7 Midland Lutheran College 12 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 7 Kearney State College 6 Wayne State College 33 Black Hills State 78 Totals

0 7 12 0 27 14 6 7 6 79 20

7 0 6 0 12 7 7 14 3 14 70

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Year-By-Year Game Results Season: 1951 Record: 1-8-0 0 Colorado School of Mines 13 Hastings College 7 Doane College 13 Black Hills State 0 Peru State College 12 Midland Lutheran College 19 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 12 Kearney State College 0 Wayne State College 76 Totals

19 29 46 19 28 0 20 14 16 191

Season: 1952 Record: 3-6-0 6 Mankato State, MN 27 South Dakota Tech 20 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 7 Peru State College 0 Kearney State College 12 Hastings College 13 Wayne State College 39 Midland Lutheran College 21 Doane College 145 Totals

27 7 14 47 10 19 20 14 41 199

L.J. Fitzgibbon Coached: 1953-54 Career: 2-14-0

Season: 1953 Record: 1-7-0 33 South Dakota Tech 0 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 6 Peru State College 13 Kearney State College 0 Hastings College 0 Wayne State College 7 Midland Lutheran College 0 Doane College 59 Totals

6 14 33 53 32 33 44 30 245

Season: 1954 Record: 1-7-0 12 South Dakota Tech 6 Nebraska Wesleyan University 0 Peru State College 7 Kearney State College 7 Doane College 12 Hastings College 0 Midland Lutheran College 0 Wayne State College 44 Totals

21 0 61 37 19 35 12 20 205

Bill Baker Coached: 1955, 1957-61 Career: 25-24-0

Season: 1955 Record: 3-5-0 33 South Dakota Tech 6 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 0 Peru State College 19 Kearney State College 14 Doane College 0 Wayne State College 21 Midland Lutheran College 0 Hastings College 93 Totals

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20 13 50 40 7 27 7 6 170

7 88

Paul Glod Coached: 1956 Career: 5-2-1

Season: 1956 Record: 5-2-1 26 South Dakota Tech 6 Yankton College, SD 19 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 25 Peru State College 27 Midland Lutheran College 0 Doane College 6 Kearney State College 26 Wayne State Colege 135 Totals

0 0 51 7 0 44 7 116

Bill Baker Coached: 1955, 1957-61 Career: 25-24-0

Season: 1957 Record: 2-6-0 9 South Dakota Tech 6 Nebraska Wesleyan University 13 Peru State College 6 Midland Lutheran College 0 Doane College 7 Kearney State College 0 Hastings College 13 Wayne State College 54 Totals

0 13 32 19 26 41 31 0 162

Season: 1958 Record: 8-0-0 (Conference Co-Champs) 26 U. of SD-Springfield 35 Concordia College 34 Doane College 27 Wayne State College 45 Dana College 26 Midland Lutheran College 26 Peru State College 32 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 251 Totals

20 0 13 7 6 7 0 13 66

Season: 1959 Record: 6-2-0 13 U. of SD-Springfield 32 Concordia College 0 Doane College 13 Wayne State College 27 Dana College 58 Midland Lutheran College 16 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 26 Peru State College 185 Totals

0 13 14 16 6 14 7 14 84

Season: 1960 Record: 3-5-0 13 Western State, CO. 13 Dakota Wesleyan University 12 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 20 Wayne State College 7 Peru State College 0 Kearney State College 14 Hastings College 12 Doane College 91 Totals

7 26 0 34 20 25 26 7 145

Season: 1961 Record: 3-6-0 20 U. of SD-Springfield 16 Western State, CO 19 Dakota Wesleyan University 19 Nebraska Wesleyan Univ. 0 Wayne State College 0 Hastings College 7 Peru State College 0 Kearney State College

25 51 0 0 20 15 42 50

Doane College Totals

2 205

James R. Kuechler Coached: 1962-64 Career: 4-21-0

Season: 1962 Record: 2-7-0 7 U. of SD-Springfield 0 Northern State, SD 7 Doane College 6 Dakota Wesleyan University 23 Sioux Falls College, SD 0 Wayne State College 0 Peru State College 13 Kearney State College 14 Hastings College 70 Totals

13 40 12 19 0 31 14 35 12 176

Season: 1963 Record: 1-7-0 0 Northern State, SD 14 Doane College 21 Dakota Wesleyan University 13 Wayne State College 6 Peru State College 0 Kearney State College 7 Hastings College 0 Northern Colorado 61 Totals

48 20 7 19 28 38 24 41 235

Season: 1964 Record: 1-7-0 0 Western Montana State 13 Peru State College 0 Hastings College 0 Kearney State College 14 Wayne State College 28 St. Mary’s of the Plains, KS 7 Black Hills State 13 Huron College, SD 75 Totals

13 26 35 49 39 7 39 14 222

Jack E. McBride Coached: 1965-66 Career: 2-16-1

Season: 1965 Record: 2-6-1 0 Colorado College 6 Western Montana College 0 Peru State College 9 Hastings College 7 Kearney State College 12 Wayne State College 27 St. Mary’s of the Plains, KS 26 Black Hills State 33 Huron College, SD 120 Totals

23 6 21 20 27 47 0 38 21 203

Season: 1966 Record: 0-10-0 21 Panhandle State, OK 6 U. of SD-Springfield 6 Northern Montana State 20 South Dakota Tech 7 Peru State College 0 Hastings College 6 Kearney State College 0 Wayne State College 7 Black Hills State 6 Colorado School of Mines 79 Totals

26 35 20 29 41 29 61 34 32 41 348


Year-By-Year Game Results 30 13 28 34 15 30 195

Bill Giles Coached: 1967-71 Career: 27-18-0

Season: 1967 Record: 3-6-0 7 Panhandle State, OK 12 U. of SD-Springfield 3 South Dakota Tech 26 Peru State College 32 Hastings College 0 Kearney State College 29 Wayne State College 32 Black Hills State 12 Colorado School of Mines 153 Totals

34 19 33 9 21 49 40 21 20 246

Season: 1968 Record: 8-1-0 21 U. of SD-Springfield 20 Black Hills State 94 Rocky Mountain College, MT 26 Wayne State College 30 South Dakota Tech 33 Peru State College 26 Hastings College 20 Kearney State College 44 Southwest Minnesota State 314 Totals

20 6 0 0 7 28 14 52 7 134

Season: 1969 Record: 6-3-0 49 U. of SD-Springfield 31 Black Hills State 28 Eastern Montana College 34 Wayne State College 34 South Dakota Tech 40 Peru State College 27 Hastings College 21 Kearney State College 35 Southwest Minnesota State 299 Totals Season: 1970 Record: 5-4-0 34 U. of SD-Springfield 19 Dickinson State, ND 6 Hiram Scott College 23 Kearney State College 7 Wayne State College 27 South Dakota Tech 53 Peru State College 21 Mayville State, ND 17 Black Hills State 207 Totals Season: 1971 Record: 5-4-0 37 U. of SD-Springfield 24 Dickinson State, ND 0 Fort Lewis College, CO 3 Kearney State College 14 Wayne State College 36 South Dakota Tech 47 Peru State College 13 Mayville State, ND 28 Black Hills State 202 Totals

8 24 31 20 0 7 36 31 0 157

14 13 42 27 14 0 7 3 21 141

0 6 16 7 15 8 7 15 6 80

Glenn Brady Coached: 1972 Career: 8-2-0

Season: 1972 Record: 8-2-0 19 Rocky Mountain College, MT 7 Dickinson State, ND 10 Colorado School of Mines 9 Kearney State College

13 3 3 20

Wayne State College U. of SD-Springfield Peru State College South Dakota Tech Huron College, SD Black Hills State Totals

8 21 7 16 10 0 110

Sparky Adams Coached: 1973-77 Career: 31-17-0

Season: 1973 Record: 7-3-0 45 Rocky Mountain College, MT 0 Dickinson State, ND 24 Colorado School of Mines 6 Kearney State College 7 Wayne State College 44 U. of SD-Springfield 28 Peru State College 14 South Dakota Tech 24 Huron College, SD 13 Black Hills State 205 Totals

28 2 8 7 13 0 0 10 7 6 81

Season: 1974 Record: 6-3-0 22 South Dakota Tech 10 Doane College 6 Dickinson State, ND 3 Kearney State College 30 Colorado School of Mines 14 Wayne State College 10 Peru State College 10 Black Hills State 20 Eastern Montana College 125 Totals

8 7 7 20 9 7 4 20 0 82

Season: 1975 Record: 6-3-0 14 South Dakota Tech 20 Doane College 7 Dickinson State, ND 0 Kearney State College 11 Colorado School of Mines 3 Wayne State College 10 Peru State College 14 Black Hills State 24 Eastern Montana College 103 Totals

15 14 22 33 10 0 6 7 0 107

Season: 1976 Record: 4-6-0 3 N.W. Missouri State Univ. 19 South Dakota Tech 28 Minot State, ND 14 Kearney State College 20 Colorado Mines 34 Wayne State College 24 Peru State College 7 Northern State, SD 37 Black Hills State 23 Panhandle State, OK 209 Totals

6 21 14 26 23 29 28 17 13 8 185

Season: 1977 Record: 8-2-0 6 N.W. Missouri State Univ. 20 South Dakota Tech 41 Minot State, ND 7 Kearney State College 18 Midland Lutheran College 39 Colorado College 26 Peru State College 31 Northern State, SD 33 Black Hills State 38 Panhandle State, OK 259 Totals

9 7 7 38 7 7 0 6 13 0 94

Jerry Welch Coached: 1978-81 Career: 21-17-3

Season: 1978 Record: 7-2-2 34 Wayne State College 24 Fort Lewis College, CO 10 Kearney State College 14 Rocky Mountain, MT 21 Panhandle State, OK 34 Dickinson State, ND 21 Peru State College 34 Black Hills State 10 South Dakota Tech 6 Colorado College 208 Totals 30 *Baker University, KS *Boot Hill Bowl

7 13 10 13 17 22 21 13 14 38 168 19

Season: 1979 Record: 4-5-1 9 Wayne State College 0 Fort Lewis State, CO 0 Kearney State College 14 Hastings College 32 Panhandle State, OK 14 Dickinson State, ND 9 Peru State College 12 Black Hills State 3 South Dakota Tech 15 Rocky Mountain, MT 108 Totals

9 24 30 8 14 42 10 10 13 10 170

Season: 1980 Record: 5-5-0 21 South Dakota Tech 9 Wayne State College 7 Kearney State College 20 Midland Lutheran College 6 Dickinson State, ND 24 Hastings College 22 Peru State College 31 Carroll College, MT 28 Black Hills State 20 Panhandle State, OK 188 Totals

10 14 32 21 14 28 21 29 24 13 206

Season: 1981 Record: 5-5-0 6 South Dakota Tech 16 Wayne State College 35 Doane College 27 Midland Lutheran College 8 Dickinson State, ND 38 Hastings College 12 Peru State College 22 Carroll College, MT 34 Black Hills State 22 Panhandle State, OK 220 Totals *32 *Nauculpan Mexico-Exhibition

10 13 7 35 40 7 6 42 10 24 194 10

Gary Richardson Coached: 1982-83 Career: 10-8-0

Season: 1982 Record: 6-2-0 21 South Dakota Tech 14 Wayne State College 37 Black Hills State 17 Montana Tech 13 Dickinson State, ND 27 Peru State College 0 Northwestern Iowa 14 Jamestown College, ND 143 Totals

0 0 3 0 20 0 30 0 53

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Season: 1983 Record: 4-6-0 7 South Dakota Tech 10 Wayne State College 7 Black Hills State 6 Emporia State, KS 0 Dickinson State, ND 0 Northern State, SD 30 Peru State College 14 Northwestern Iowa 7 Panhandle State, OK 7 Jamestown State, ND 88 Totals

Year-By-Year Game Results 0 0 0 18 27 17 14 35 14 14 139

Don Turner Coached: 1984-86 Career: 10-16-2

Season: 1984 Record: 2-7-1 6 South Dakota Tech 7 Wayne State College 13 Carroll College, MT 6 Dickinson State, ND 18 Midland Lutheran College 20 Minot State, ND 13 Peru State College 7 Northwestern Iowa 26 Panhandle State, OK 21 Black Hills State 137 Totals

17 36 14 16 7 20 36 46 21 49 262

Season: 1985 Record: 5-3-1 27 South Dakota Tech 16 Wayne State College 40 Dickinson State, ND 13 Midland Lutheran College 26 Minot State, ND 49 Peru State College 35 Northwestern Iowa 44 Panhandle State, OK 29 Black Hills State 279 Totals

7 12 43 35 26 28 48 11 13 223

Season: 1986 Record: 3-6-0 22 Western Montana College 20 South Dakota Tech 29 Fort Lewis College, CO 0 Carroll College, MT 28 Midland Lutheran College 0 Northern State, SD 0 Peru State College 19 Northwestern Iowa 6 Black Hills State 124 Totals

27 10 25 49 6 37 23 27 19 223

Brad Smith Coached: 1987-2004 Career: 133-56-1

Season: 1987 Record: 1-8-0 3 South Dakota Tech 0 Adams State, CO 21 Midland Lutheran College 16 Northern State, SD 19 Peru State College 30 Montana Tech 30 Northwestern Iowa 22 Black Hills State 26 Rocky Mountain, MT 167 Totals Season: 1988 Record: 5-5-0 23 South Dakota Tech 45 Black Hills State

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10 21 60 30 27 35 42 14 28 267

7 31

14 14 23 22 38 17 29 19 244

Jamestown College, ND Adams State, CO Doane College Peru State College Montana Tech Colorado Mines Carroll College, MT Rocky Mountain, MT Totals

Season: 1989 Record: 8-2-0 34 South Dakota Tech 35 Black Hills State 34 Jamestown College, ND 40 Westmar College, IA 24 Doane College 17 Peru State College 36 Montana Tech 40 Carroll College, MT 38 Dakota Wesleyan 298 Totals *43 Nebraska Wesleyan *NAIA II Playoff Game in 2 OT Season: 1990 Record: 9-2-0 30 Montana Tech 38 South Dakota Tech 67 Black Hills State 32 Fort Lewis College, CO 43 Western State, CO 30 Wayne State College 57 Carroll College, MT 38 Colorado Mines 28 Kearney State College 43 Doane College 406 Totals *3 Dickinson State, ND *NAIA II Playoff Game

12 28 20 37 48 14 50 26 273

13 16 21 6 12 24 17 21 34 164 46

23 6 21 7 38 3 14 21 33 18 184 28

Season: 1991 Record: 5-5-1 35 Montana Tech 47 South Dakota Tech 49 Black Hills State 21 Fort Lewis College, CO 28 Mesa State, CO 9 Fort Hays State, KS 48 Colorado Mines 49 Western State, CO 19 Univ. of Nebraska-Kearney 28 Wayne State College 10 Adams State College, CO 343 Totals

35 14 14 19 33 10 28 51 30 55 0 289

Season: 1992 Record: 7-3-0 31 Univ. of Mexico (Exhibition) 44 South Dakota Tech 26 Black Hills State 23 Peru State College 38 Adams State College, CO 38 New Mexico Highlands 35 Colorado Mines 21 Western State College, CO 0 Fort Hays State, KS 29 Fort Lewis, CO 37 Mesa State, CO 322 Totals

17 30 22 27 28 0 30 49 10 22 24 242

Season: 1993 Record: 6-5-0 *3 Idaho State University 66 South Dakota Tech 42 Black Hills State 36 Peru State College 36 Adams State, CO 37 New Mexico Highlands 28 Colorado Mines 20 Western State, CO 7 Fort Hays State, KS 41 Fort Lewis, CO 29 Mesa State, CO 345 Totals *CSC received forfeit victory

52 14 13 22 22 44 51 31 35 3 36 323

Season: 1994 Record: 9-2-0 54 South Dakota Tech 74 Tabor College, KS 19 Black Hills State 38 Peru State 24 Mesa State, CO 32 Adams State, CO 20 New Mexico Highlands 49 Colorado Mines 12 Western State, CO 52 Fort Hays State, KS 29 Fort Lewis, CO 403 Totals

0 0 0 13 38 18 12 14 43 21 28 187

Season: 1995 Record: 8-2-0 46 South Dakota Tech 44 Black Hills State 20 Peru State College 22 Mesa State, CO 31 Adams State, CO 24 New Mexico Highlands 24 Colorado Mines 21 Western State, CO 5 Fort Hays State, KS 31 Fort Lewis, CO 268 Totals

0 26 0 19 27 17 10 28 47 3 177

Season: 1996 Record: 10-2-0 (Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Champions) 25 Fort Lewis College, CO 24 20 Eastern New Mexico Univ. 17 38 Mesa State College, CO 3 14 Univ. of Nebraska-Kearney 10 11 Western State College, CO 3 32 New Mexico Highlands 21 38 Peru State College 28 18 Adams State College, CO 3 27 Fort Hays State, KS 30 49 Colorado Mines 6 26 Fort Lewis College, CO 19 298 Totals 164 *21 Central Oklahoma 23 *NCAA II playoff game Season: 1997 Record: 8-3-0 34 Western Montana College 14 Montana State University 20 Mesa State College, CO 40 Nebraska-Kearney (OT) 14 Western State College, CO 14 New Mexico Highlands 20 Peru State College 36 Adams State College, CO 40 Fort Hays State, KS 43 Colorado Mines 51 Fort Lewis College, CO 326 Totals Season: 1998 Record: 9-3-0 (RMAC Co-Champions) 47 Western Montana College 6 Sam Houston State, TX 37 Fort Lewis College, CO 42 Mesa State College, CO 27 Nebraska-Kearney 22 Western State, CO 28 New Mexico Highlands 30 Wayne State College 48 Adams State College, CO 14 Fort Hays State, KS 36 Colorado Mines 334 Totals *19 Central Oklahoma *NCAA II Playoff Game

10 24 18 34 16 16 13 14 0 0 14 159

21 17 0 0 23 19 31 3 34 10 6 163 21


Year-By-Year Game Results Season: 1999 Record: 7-3-0 (RMAC Co-Champions) 10 Montana State University 24 Fort Lewis College, CO 42 Mesa State College, CO 24 Nebraska-Kearney 10 Western State, CO 56 New Mexico Highlands 14 Western Washington 23 Adams State, CO 31 Fort Hays State, KS 55 Colorado Mines 289 Totals Season: 2000 Record: 8-3-0 28 Wisconsin-River Falls 24 Northern Arizona 66 Colorado Mines 55 Fort Lewis College, CO 22 Mesa State College, CO 23 Nebraska-Kearney 42 Western State College, CO 45 New Mexico Highlands 52 Adams State College, CO 17 Fort Hays State, KS 368 Totals +10 California Davis +NCAA II playoff game Season: 2001 Record: 10-1-0 (RMAC Champions) 45 Wisconsin-River Falls 31 South Dakota State 58 Colorado Mines 61 Fort Lewis 53 Mesa State 26 Nebraska-Kearney 25 Western State 48 New Mexico Highlands 51 Adams State 44 Fort Hays State +24 Tarleton State 442 Totals +NCAA II playoff game Season: 2002 Record: 8-2-0 (RMAC Co-Champions) 15 Wisconsin-River Falls 15 South Dakota State 52 Fort Hays State 35 Colorado Mines 54 Fort Lewis 31 Mesa State (OT) 0 Nebraska-Kearney 48 Western State 62 New Mexico Highlands 24 Adams State 336 Totals

Season: 2003 Record: 8-2-0 43 Wisconsin-River Falls 43 Bemidji State 28 Fort Hays State 38 Colorado Mines 45 Fort Lewis (OT) 14 Mesa State 28 Nebraska-Kearney 23 Western State 49 N.M. Highlands 45 Adams State 356 Totals Season: 2004 Record: 7-3-0 21 at Minnesota-Duluth 16 Adams State

20 7 19 18 6 42 26 38 3 3 182

14 32 2 8 28 22 14 3 0 14 137 48

18 21 28 9 3 14 12 0 16 0 28 121

7 28 23 21 28 30 12 10 0 0 159

22 22 33 21 42 21 22 22 6 44 255

35 13

50 51 39 40 35 41 33 52 378

Bemidji State Fort Hays State at Colorado Mines Fort Lewis at Mesa State Nebraska-Kearney Western State at N.M. Highlands Totals

43 28 40 35 14 44 27 17 296

Bill O’Boyle Coached: 2005-2011 Career: 57-21-0

Season: 2005 Record: 4-6-0 17 Minnesota Duluth 24 at Missouri Western 23 at Adams State 45 Fort Hays State 26 Colorado Mines 35 at Fort Lewis 36 Mesa State 14 at Nebraska-Kearney 40 at Western State 44 New Mexico Highlands 304 Totals

Season: 2006 Record: 12-1-0 (RMAC Champions) 21 University of Mary 35 at Montana State 38 at Wayne State 57 Colorado Mines 40 at New Mexico Highlands 35 Western New Mexico 40 at Fort Lewis 31 Nebraska-Kearney 27 at Mesa State 47 Western State 44 at Adams State 43 +West Texas A&M 21 +at Northwest Missouri 479 Totals +NCAA playoff games Season: 2007 Record: 12-1-0 (RMAC Champions) 34 at Washburn 55 Wayne State 31 at Northern Colorado 35 at Colorado School of Mines 49 New Mexico Highlands 21 at Western New Mexico 31 Fort Lewis 28 at Nebraska-Kearney 7 Mesa State 50 at Western State 58 Adams State 76 +Abilene Christian (3OT) 13 +Northwest Missouri 488 Totals +NCAA playoff games Season: 2008 Record: 11-2-0 (RMAC Champions) 37 at University of Mary 31 Pittsburg State 37 at Adams State 32 at CSU-Pueblo 17 Nebraska-Kearney 56 at New Mexico Highlands 43 Western New Mexico 48 at Fort Lewis 34 Colorado School of Mines 27 at Mesa State 39 Western State

28 36 28 6 27 42 24 20 10 14 235

3 24 14 0 20 7 27 12 19 0 28 17 28 199

24 14 0 7 0 0 9 16 6 17 0 73 26 192

17 38 26 0 14 14 17 7 17 16 7

23 +Wayne State 10 +at Minnesota Duluth 434 Totals +NCAA Playoff Games

17 20 210

Season: 2009 Record: 7-4 30 University of Mary 13 at Pittsburg State 24 Adams State 17 CSU-Pueblo 13 at Nebraska-Kearney 51 New Mexico Highlands 42 at Western New Mexico 38 Fort Lewis 27 at Colorado School of Mines (OT) 31 Mesa State 40 at Western State 326 Totals

14 41 21 28 18 7 7 6 30 7 21 200

Season: 2010 Record: 8-3 35 University of Mary 3 at Pittsburg State 40 Western State 21 at Adams State 30 at CSU-Pueblo (3OT) 21 Nebraska-Kearney 41 at N.M. Highlands 31 Western N.M. 38 at Fort Lewis 38 Colorado School of Mines 31 at Mesa State 329 Totals

3 14 7 10 33 35 19 7 7 31 21 187

Season: 2011 Record: 6-5 24 at University of Mary 42 Angelo State 15 at Western State 14 Adams State 28 #14 CSU-Pueblo 13 at #4 Nebraska-Kearney 42 N.M. Highlands

21 45 24 24 292

Brad Smith Coached: 1987-2004, 2011 Career: 136-57-1

at Western N.M. Fort Lewis at #23 Colorado Mines Mesa State (OT) Totals

31 49 7 13 38 20 14

13 21 31 17 254

Jay Long Coached: 2012-Present Career: 9-3

Season: 2012 Record: 9-3 6 at #4 Montana State 19 at Angelo State 41 at Colorado Mesa 45 Western State 23 at Adams State 38 at #2 CSU-Pueblo (OT) 62 Black Hills State 36 at N.M. Highlands 41 Western N.M. 45 at Fort Lewis 20 Colorado Mines 30 + #16 West Texas A&M 406 Totals +NCAA playoff game

33 7 30 7 21 45 14 33 23 20 14 38 285

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Armstrong Gym Renovation Project

These images are artist renderings of the Armstrong Gymnasium Campus Event Center Renovation and Addition, which will be completed in the winter of 2014. The above image is an aerial view of the Event Center. The image below, on the left, shows a proposed drawing of the Events Center basketball and volleyball court. The court will be horseshoe-shaped. It will run east to west and seat more than 1,800 spectators on the north, south and west sides. The public will enter the mezzanine level on the southwestern corner of the arena and enter the stands from the top. More than 600 of the seats will have collapsible backs to them. The image on the right is a floor plan for the Armstrong renovated weightroom. The roughly 6,250 square foot strength and conditioning center will tentatively include 16 platforms, seven double racks and two half racks, a small cardiovascular and recovery space and a free weight exercise area. The new weight room will also feature a 5-yard by 28-yard turf area alongside the east wall for conditioning, stretching, drills and footwork. It will be completed in late September 2013.

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