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• 38 Consecutive Regular Season Wins (2006-10) • 78-25 Overall Record Since 2007 • 3 Draddy Trophy “Academic Heisman” Semifinalists • 3 Gagliardi Trophy Finalists (DIII Player of the Year) • 12 Capital One Academic All-Americans ® • 6 NCAA Division III All-Americans • 6 Seasons Ranked Nationally in the Top-25 • 5 UAA Championships (2007-09, 2011, 2016) • 6 UAA Defensive Players of the Year • 5 UAA Offensive Players of the Year • 4 UAA Special Teams Players of the Year • 3 UAA Rookies of the Year


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GENERAL INFORMATION UNIVERSITY FACTS

Name............... Case Western Reserve University Location..............................Cleveland, Ohio 44106 Founded........................................................... 1826 Federated......................................................... 1967 Enrollment (Fall 201)....................... 11,340 (total) 5,121 (undergraduates) 6,219 (graduate and professional) Faculty............................................ 3, 360 full-time Staff..................................................................3,084 President.................................. Barbara R. Snyder Alma Mater...................The Ohio State University Schools & Colleges.... Case School of Engineering College of Arts & Sciences Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing Mandel School for Applied Social Sciences School of Dental Medicine School of Graduate Studies School of Law School of Medicine Weatherhead School of Management

ATHLETIC FACTS

Nickname.................................................. Spartans Colors....................................... Navy, Gray & White Affiliation..................................... NCAA Division III Conference...........University Athletic Association Football Affiliate Conference.... Presidents’ Athletic Director of Athletics........................... Amy Backus Associate Athletic Directors...Rebecca Copeland, .....................................Karen Farrell, Pat Kennedy Assistant Athletic Directors...... Missy Ackerman, ............... Doug Milliken, Gary Pillar, Jon Schwartz Team Physician....................Dr. Shana Miskovsky Emeritus Team Physician.... Dr. Tom McLaughlin Head Athletic Trainer....................... Jessica White Home Field.........................................DiSanto Field Surface/Capacity.......................... FieldTurf/2,400

PROGRAM FACTS

First year of football (CWRU)......................... 1970 All-time record...................................... 217-231-4 NCAA Playoff appearances...................................3 Last............................................. 2009, First Round UAA Championships..............................................6 ....................................(1996, 2007, ‘08, ‘09, ‘11, ‘16)

TABLE OF CONTENTS CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY

About Case Western Reserve...............................4 President................................................................5 Vice President for Student Affairs.......................6 Director of Athletics...............................................6 Media Relations.....................................................7 Live Coverage.........................................................7 DiSanto Field......................................................8-9

2017 SPARTANS

Coaching Staff................................................10-13 Season Preview..............................................14-17 Roster..............................................................18-19 2017 Players...................................................20-25

2016 IN REVIEW

2016 Results.........................................................56 2016 Statistics................................................56-60

OPPONENT INFORMATION

Series Records......................................................61 Future Schedules.................................................62 2017 Opponents.............................................62-67 Academic Bowl.....................................................67

HISTORY & RECORDS

Individual Records.........................................68-70 Team Records.......................................................71 Coaching Records.................................................72 Year-by-Year Results....................................73-78 All-Americans.......................................................79 Academic All-Americans.....................................80 All-Conference................................................81-82 Team Awards........................................................83

CONFERENCE INFORMATION

About the UAA................................................84-85 About the PAC......................................................86

CREDITS The 2017 Case Western Reserve University football media guide was produced and edited by the CWRU Sports Information Office; Photography: Lynne Shibko, Dave Nash, Leah Klafczynski; Cover Photos: Rob Cuda (upper left), Jacob Burke (upper right), Chanan Demery (lower left) and Gage Blair (lower right)

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CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY Case Western Reserve University is among the nation’s leading research institutions. Founded in 1826 and shaped by the unique merger of the Case Institute of Technology and Western Reserve University, Case Western Reserve is distinguished by its strengths in education, research, service and experiential learning. Located in Cleveland, Ohio, Case Western Reserve offers nationally recognized programs in the arts and sciences, dental medicine, engineering, law, management, medicine, nursing and social sciences. Since 1913, Case Western Reserve has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and many individual programs are accredited by nationally recognized professional associations. With an endowment of more than $1.4 billion, Case Western Reserve, in partnership with individuals, corporations, and foundations, supports about 100 designated academic

Circle, Case Western Reserve offers students and faculty extraordinary access to learn from and partner with nationally and internationally renowned practitioners in the arts, medicine and business. Case Western Reserve attracts renowned faculty whose expertise crosses numerous disciplines, reaches every corner of the world, and makes significant contributions to the way people live and work.

and research centers and receives more than $400 million in external awards for research each year. About 10,000 students, 40 percent undergraduate, are enrolled at the university. Students hail from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. A strategic leader in Cleveland’s cultural district of University 4

Virtually all faculty hold a doctorate or other appropriate terminal degree. The university counts 16 Nobel laureates among its alumni and current and former faculty, including the first American scientist to ever receive the prize. Designated as one of the best places to work in Cleveland, Case Western Reserve generates a $1 billion impact on the region’s economy each year.

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PRESIDENT BARBARA R. SNYDER Barbara R. Snyder became president of Case Western Reserve University in 2007. Since her arrival, Snyder has encouraged interdisciplinary excellence, catalyzed institutional collaboration and reinvigorated alumni engagement and fundraising.

During her tenure, the university has tripled undergraduate applications, become twice as selective and dramatically improved the academic credentials of the entering class. Case Western Reserve reached the $1 billion goal of Forward Thinking, the university’s capital campaign, two-and-a-half years ahead of schedule. The Board of Trustees unanimously agreed to expand the campaign to $1.5 billion. Among the highlights of the university’s capital campaign are dramatic increases in the number of endowed professorships and student support, as well as additional new building projects. In 2014, the university opened the $50 million, 89,000-squarefoot Tinkham Veale University Center, as well as the 24,000-square-foot Wyant Athletic and Wellness Center. It also began renovations on the space that will be the new home for think[box], a $30 million, 55,000-square-foot innovation hub. In 2013, Case Western Reserve entered into a historic partnership with Cleveland Clinic to develop a 485,000-square-foot Health Education Campus including the university’s schools of medicine, nursing and dental medicine. In addition to the university’s collaboration with Cleveland Clinic, Case Western Reserve is also engaged in a partnership with the

Cleveland Museum of Art to establish a globally recognized institute dedicated to innovative education and training of future curators in the history of art and its practice in art museums. And, we recently announced an initiative with Cuyahoga Community College to support a humanities pipeline program to develop a targeted and robust pathway for students to pursue a terminal degree in the humanities, which builds on our earlier STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) pipeline programs. Snyder began her academic career as an assistant professor at Case Western Reserve’s School of Law, then joined the faculty of Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University. After serving in several leadership positions at Moritz and within the central university, Snyder became OSU’s Interim Executive Vice President and Provost in 2003 before securing the permanent position the following year. She graduated from the University of Chicago School of Law, where she served as executive editor of its law review, and earned her bachelor’s degree from Ohio State.

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V.P. FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS LOU STARK Lou Stark has served as the Vice President for Student Affairs at Case Western Reserve since July of 2013.

He received an M.S. in Education in Counseling from Hofstra University, a B.S. in Psychology from Davis and Elkins College (W. Va.) and did additional graduate work in higher education administration. He received a certificate in management from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane.

Prior to arriving at CWRU, he served as the Vice President for Student Affairs at Coe College (Iowa) for 16 years. Stark also served as the Vice President for Student Life at Central College (Iowa), and prior to that, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at Tulane University (La.) and Associate Dean at Washington University in St. Louis. He has also held a variety of other student affairs positions.

Stark is a past President and a former Board member of the Iowa Student Personnel Association and has served on numerous other boards. Most recently, he served on the NCAA Division III Management Council. Previously, he has served on the President’s Council/Management Council Joint Legislative Steering Committee, the Strategic Planning and Finance Committee, and the ConventionPlanning Subcommittee.

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS AMY BACKUS Named to her post on April 18, 2014, Amy Backus enters her third year as Director of Athletics and Chair of Physical Education at Case Western Reserve. Formerly the senior associate athletic director at Yale University, Backus brings the Spartans a quarter century of experience as a basketball coach along with a decade of work in athletics administration. A former basketball standout at nearby Vermilion High School, Backus began her professional career at her college alma mater, Central Michigan University. After graduation, Backus spent a year as a CMU assistant coach before claiming her first head coach position at then Otterbein College (now Otterbein University). She went on to secure similar positions at Middlebury College and Northwestern University before arriving at 6

Yale in 1999. Prior to arriving in Connecticut, she earned a master’s degree in administration and supervision with an emphasis on higher education from Loyola University of Chicago. While at Yale, she also served as national chair of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Rules Committee and as a member of both the NCAA Division I Academic Performance Advisory Group and its Legislative Council. Within Yale University, meanwhile, she was a member of the Intercultural Affairs Council, Committee on Sexual Misconduct, Alcohol Policy Committee, and Safety Net Committee—the last one a group of staff and student leaders dedicated to supporting health and safety on campus. Backus is also a member of the NCAA’s Gender Equity Task Force, a group of 11 commissioners, college presidents and athletics directors, the goal of which is to move the needle on gender equity in college sports.

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JON SCHWARTZ

Assistant Athletic Director/ Sports Information Director Office Phone: (216) 368-6517 E-mail: jon.schwartz@ case.edu

KEVIN HULSMANN Assistant Sports Information Director

Office Phone: (216) 368-4360

MEDIA REQUESTS Contact the CWRU Sports Information Office for working credentials and press box space at DiSanto Field as well as press releases, statistics, feature stories, photos and other information regarding the Spartans. Pre-game notes and complete NCAA statistics are provided at each home contest. All interview, photo and credential requests must be coordinated through the CWRU Sports Information Office. Access to practice must be set up in advance, and postgame interviews with players and coaches will be granted after a 10-minute cool-down period.

E-mail: kxh448@ case.edu

LIVE COVERAGE Live broadcasts of each of the five Case Western Reserve University home football games in 2017 will be provided by MediaVision. MediaVision, a division of Information Technology Services at Case Western Reserve University, helps faculty and staff create interactive and experiential curriculums, websites and campus events, and promote programs and research discoveries through the use of multimedia. Fans can access the live broadcasts online for free via the official website of the Spartans, athletics.case.edu. The site is also home to all things related to CWRU football, including live statistics, game previews and recaps, box scores, statistics, and more.

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DISANTO FIELD HOME OF THE SPARTANS

The 2017 season will mark the 13th year that the Case Western Reserve University football team has called DiSanto Field home. The 2,400-seat, state-of-the-art stadium and surrounding residence hall complex opened in August of 2005 as Case Field and was renamed in October of 2013 as DiSanto Field. The facility boasts many distinguishing features, such as its spacious locker rooms, updated press box, field surface and surrounding track. The entire complex was built at a total cost of $126 million. ”As a coach and recruiter, you want to be able to show prospects a facility that they would be proud to call home during their collegiate career,” said Head Coach Greg Debeljak. ”The players and parents who visit our complex walk away with that feeling and more.” The field itself is a multifunctional field featuring a brand-new FieldTurf surface, installed during the summer of 2017. The field is surrounded by the eight-lane Coach Bill Sudeck Track, named after the legendary cross country, track and basketball coach in 2008. The field was built in a European box style, which provides the appropriate dimensions for soccer contests. Along with hosting varsity football, soccer and track events, the field 8

is used for intramural activities, special events and for the general recreation of the campus community. After playing over 35 years of football at Finnigan Field, the Spartans played their last game at the multi-sport complex on November 8, 2003. Finnigan Field had played host to many successful teams, including the 1984 Spartan football squad, which was the first in university history to finish the season undefeated. The field also was used as a practice facility for the Cleveland Browns from 1965 to 1972. During the 2004 season, the Spartans played their home games at Brush High School’s Korb Field while construction on their new home was completed. Play opened at the new facility for the Case Western Reserve football squad in front of 2,300 fans on September 10, 2005 versus Denison University. The Spartans did not disappoint on that day, defeating the Big Red, 20-6. The setting in which DiSanto Field was built is arguably one of the best in all of college athletics. The gridiron is surrounded by seven residence halls known as the Village at 115. These student dormitories, built in a horseshoe shape around the field, house around 800 undergraduate students, giving the facility a unique and intimate feel.

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2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL ”Our attendance has more than doubled since the facility was opened,” explained Debeljak. ”A very spirited atmosphere has created a home field advantage that is second to none in Division III.” The stadium also boasts a modern and spacious press box. The area contains booths designated for both home and away broadcasts as well as a large work room for members of the media and school representatives. The coaches’ areas within the box are especially spacious and seat six coaches comfortably. Also included is the Coach Bill Edwards President’s Suite, which plays host to distinguished guests and sponsors. The press box includes wireless high-speed internet access and digital television throughout. Currently, locker rooms are located adjacent to the field in the lower level of house seven of the dormitory complex along with a training room facility, named after Dr. Tom McLaughlin in 2007, which includes both full-size warm and cold whirlpools. In the fall of 2014 the university opened the Wyant Athletic & Wellness Center. The facility was made possible by the $4 million commitment of 1965 Case Institute of Technology alumnus, James C. Wyant, PhD. A former captain of the CIT Roughriders’ cross country team, Wyant’s gift was influenced by the role of athletics during his college years. As part of the North Campus Residential Village and Athletic Complex, the threelevel facility includes the 4,500-square foot Belichick Weight Room – gifted by New England Patriot Head Coach Bill Belichick in honor of his father, Steve, a 1941 graduate of Western Reserve University; a 4,200-square foot cardio workout facility; and a 2,500-square foot Varsity Club with a balcony overlooking the football field and track. Future plans call for the addition of a large multipurpose space with synthetic flooring, as well as an additional wing with locker rooms, coaches’ offices, meeting rooms and a training/medical facility.

DISANTO FIELD FACTS

Built 2005 Cost (Entire Complex)

$126 million

Seating 2,400 Average attendance 2005 1,991 2006 1,309 2007 1,684 2008 1,272 2009 1,807 2010 1,665 2011 1,618 2012 2,030 2013 1,605 2014 1,358 2015 1,599 2016 1,706 First Game

September 10, 2005

Result

CWRU 20, Denison 6

Records at DiSanto Field 2005 1-4 2006 4-2 2007 6-1 2008 5-1 2009 5-1 2010 4-1 2011 3-1 2012 2-3 2013 3-1 2014 3-2 2015 4-1 2016 4-1 Total 44-19

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HEAD COACH GREG DEBELJAK 14th Season • John Carroll ’88 • Record: 91-42 (.684) Greg Debeljak is entering his 14th season as the head football coach at Case Western Reserve in 2017. In his time at CWRU, he has compiled an impressive overall record of 91-42 (.679) and led the Spartans to an unbelievable 38-game regular season winning streak from 200610. Debeljak was named head coach at CWRU on March 24, 2004 after serving for 15 years as an assistant coach in the local college ranks. Debeljak guided the Spartans to three consecutive undefeated (10-0) regular seasons, NCAA Playoff appearances and University Athletic Association titles from 2007-09. And from 2007-14, Case Western Reserve posted an overall record of 59-14, earning Debeljak and his assistants the UAA Coaching Staff of the Year award for three straight seasons from 2007-09 and again in both 2011 and 2016.

three have been named a semifinalist for the Draddy Trophy (commonly referred to as the Academic Heisman). A graduate of nearby Mentor High School, Debeljak served as the Spartans’ associate head coach/offensive coordinator for three seasons before being named head coach. Highlighting his three years as the offensive coordinator, Case Western Reserve ranked first in all of NCAA Division III in passing offense and second in total offense in 2002. Prior to coming to Case Western Reserve, Debeljak spent 12 years as an assistant (1988-00) at his alma mater, John Carroll University. At JCU, he was a graduate assistant during his first two seasons, before working eight years as the quarterbacks and receivers coach. Before his final season at John Carroll, he was promoted to offensive coordinator. Debeljak was a member of the staff that produced NFL Pro Bowl linebacker London

Additionally, Case Western Reserve has been ranked in the top 25 in the nation in six of the last 10 seasons, including its highest mark of No. 7 during the final regular season American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) poll in 2009. Debeljak also was selected as one of five finalists in Division III for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award for three straight years (2007-09) and was named the 2008 Lee Tressel Ohio College Coach of the Year by the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the National Football Foundation. Debeljak’s Spartans also excel in the classroom, annually ranking amongst the nation’s leaders in team GPA. During his time, 12 Spartans have earned Capital One Academic All-America® honors while 10

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2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL Fletcher, and he was the position coach for THE DEBELJAK FILE former Denver Broncos Head Coach and current New England Patriots’ Offensive Highlights Coordinator Josh McDaniels, San Diego • 91-42 (.684) head coaching record Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco, • 38-game regular season win streak (2006-10) and former pros Tom Arth (Colts, Packers, • 2008 Lee Tressel Ohio College Coach of the Year • Three-time Liberty Mutual National Coach of the Toronto [CFL]) and Larry Wanke (Giants). Year finalist (2007, ‘08, ‘09)

Debeljak earned both his bachelor’s • Six-time UAA Coaching Staff of the Year recipient (1988) and master’s (1995) degrees from (2004, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘11, ‘16) John Carroll, and he played basketball • Three finalists for Gagliardi Trophy and football for the Blue Streaks. On the (DIII Player of the Year) • 12 Capital One Academic All-Americans® gridiron, he lettered four times, once as a • Three semifinalists for Draddy Trophy defensive back (earning second-team all- (Academic Heisman) league honors), twice as a quarterback and once as a receiver. As a basketball Education player, he helped the Blue Streaks to a pair • B.A. (Business) John Carroll University, 1988 of Presidents’ Athletic Conference titles • M.A. (Counseling) John Carroll University, 1995 and held the school record for assists in a Coaching Experience single game with 13. Debeljak and his wife, Kelly, reside in Beachwood. Their two daughters, Ashley ‘13 and Allison ‘15, were both women’s soccer student-athletes at CWRU.

Year School 2004-present Case Western Reserve 2001-2003 Case Western Reserve 2000 John Carroll 1990-1999 John Carroll 1988-1989 John Carroll

Position Head Coach Off. Coordinator Off. Coordinator Asst. Coach Grad. Assistant

THE COACH “DEBS” PHILOSOPHY Greg Debeljak has a three-part philosophy on how to win both on and off the field, and when it all comes together the Spartan leader feels it positions his team for ultimate success. ”You are going to have various levels of success with wins and losses, but I think it’s important to experience other things,” he explained. ”When we have recruiting weekends and we meet as a group, this is one of the first things I bring up.” • The first goal is to become a family through team-building activities. ” We want our kids to come together as a team and a family, but it’s difficult,” Debeljak explained. ” Each year brings different players with different personalities – that’s why it is our number one goal. We can’t accomplish anything else until we merge together as a family. The relationships an incoming freshman had with his high school teammates most likely began in elementary school – they grew up with each other. The biggest hurdle is to get (freshmen) to believe in their new family in a shortened period of time.” • The second is the commitment to excellence in both athletics and academics without sacrificing one for the other. ” In regards to academics and athletics, we feel that even though we are one of the better academic institutions in the country, we still want to be competitive on a national level athletically. Simply said, they should both fit together.” The Spartans annually rank amongst the nation’s leaders in team GPA and have boasted one of the top combined winning percentages of any Division III program in the country since 2007. • Third, student-athletes give something back through community involvement and service. One of his first initiatives in this area was making the players a household name with incoming freshmen by helping them move into their dorm rooms, a recurring event every August. And last year, the Spartan gridironers taught football skills to hundreds of inner city elementary students during a university-wide volunteer effort. ” I think it is important to get out there and make your name known to the CWRU Community and to classmates,” Debeljak said. ” The Case For Community Day Sports Clinic event is a lot of fun, and our kids learn as much from the campers as they did from them.”

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DERECK SLESH

Offensive Coordinator/ Recruiting Coordinator The 2017 season marks Dereck Slesh’s 14th as offensive coordinator and 17th overall at CWRU. Slesh joined the staff in 2001 and spent his first three seasons as the defensive coordinator. In January of 2009, he was given additional responsibility as the program’s recruiting coordinator. Most recently, Slesh guided a Spartans’ offense that set a school record for rushing yards and ranked 14th in Division III with 257.9 rushing yards per game in 2016. CWRU averaged 39.2 points per game during the year, the 26th-best mark among Division III teams and the secondhighest ever by a Spartans team. During his time at CWRU, Slesh has guided some of the nation’s top offensive units, including a 2009 squad that ranked fifth in the nation in scoring (42.4 ppg) and seventh in yardage (470.8 ypg). Slesh also produced a three-time (2007-09) UAA Offensive Player of the Year and 2009 AFCA All-American in quarterback Dan Whalen. In 2015, he oversaw the development of D3football.com All-Region selections in quarterback Rob Cuda and tight end Ethan Albers, as the offense finished 29th among all NCAA Division III squads in scoring offense. Prior to his arrival at Case Western Reserve, Slesh spent three seasons (1996-97, 2000) on the staff at John Carroll University. He also served in the local high school ranks as head coach at Benedictine High School from 199899 and as a member of the staff at Beachwood High School from 1990-95. In 1988, Slesh began his coaching career at his high school alma mater, Hawken School. Slesh was a football and baseball studentathlete at Marietta College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business management in 1988. He also earned a Master of Business Administration from Cleveland State University in 1996. 12

WARREN MILLER

Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Warren Miller is entering his fifth season at CWRU and third as defensive co ordinator/ linebackers coach in 2017. In 2016, the Spartans’ defense allowed just 18.7 points per game, the second-lowest mark in the conference and 37th-best in all of Division III. He oversaw the development of D3football.com All-Region Second Team selection Nick Kwon, as five CWRU defense players claimed All-PAC honors during the campaign. In his first season as the team’s defensive coordinator, Miller’s unit finished 15th among all NCAA Division III squads in rushing defense (100.2 yards per game), holding opponents to 22.4 points per game. Ten of his players earned All-PAC honors in 2015. Miller’s first two seasons with the program were spent as special teams coordinator/ linebackers coach, and in 2013 his unit produced the UAA Special Teams Player of the Year. Before joining the staff in University Circle, Miller spent five seasons as linebackers coach at NCAA Division II Walsh University. He also served as an athletic academic advisor from 2010-12 as well as Director of Compliance and Eligibility from 2007-10. Prior to his time in North Canton, Miller served for three seasons (2005-07) in a defensive quality control position at the University of Minnesota. During his time on the staff, the Gophers appeared in a pair of bowl games. Miller also served as a graduate assistant and tight ends coach at Walsh from 2003-05 as well as a student assistant for offensive lineman and tight ends at his alma mater, Baldwin Wallace University, from 2001-03. Miller graduated from BW with a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration. He and his wife Bryn live in University Heights with their three sons, Warren, William and Wade.

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BEN LOLLI

Defensive Backs/ Special Teams Coordinator Ben Lolli rejoined the Case Western Reserve University coaching staff for the 2016 season, serving as the team’s Special Teams Coordinator, while also coaching the defensive backs. Lolli previously served as the wide receivers coach at Case Western Reserve during the 2013 and 2014 seasons. In between stints with the Spartans, he worked at Oberlin College, where he coached special teams and linebackers. Prior to his initial arrival at CWRU, Lolli spent the previous three years at Division II Walsh University with two seasons as a graduate assistant (2010-11) and one as a defensive assistant (2012) for linemen and backs. He previously worked with the Cavalier wide receivers in 2011.

JESSICA WHITE Athletic Trainer

Jessica White was named the Head Athletic Trainer at Case Western Reserve University in the fall of 2014, after serving on the sports medicine staff since 2010.

White earned her Bachelor of Science degree in athletic training/clinic management from Bowling Green State University in 2007. She later earned a Master of Arts and Education with a sport science emphasis from Defiance College in 2010. White also teaches CPR/first aid as an instructor of physical education and serves as the faculty advisor and clinical education coordinator for the sports medicine minor.

Prior to his time in North Canton, Lolli served as a student assistant for four seasons at his alma mater, Kent State University. A three-year letterwinner at Stow High School, Lolli went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in history from Kent State in 2009 and a Master of Arts in Education from Walsh in 2012.

ASSISTANT COACHES ANTHONY CICIONE Running Backs · 1st Season

MICAH JOHNSON

Wide Receivers · 1st Season

MARK MURRAY

Offensive Line· 2nd Season

CONOR REILLY

Defensive Line · 2nd Season

JAKE SCHAEFER

Quarterbacks · 1st Season

JIM STEPHENS

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2017 SEASON PREVIEW The Case Western Reserve University football team finished the 2016 season with a 9-1 record, winning a share of the University Athletic Association title with a 2-1 conference ledger, and finishing second in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference with a 7-1 mark. Now, with 60 players slated to return from last year’s team, including 21 starters and a large senior class, the Spartans are primed for another strong season in 2017.

“It’s the largest senior class we’ve ever had, and the second-largest freshman class,” said Debeljak. “We have depth and experience, and we’re really happy with the 45 we have coming in. There are players in other years who might have helped us right away, and they certainly will have that opportunity, but they are not needed immediately.”

“Coming off the 9-1 year with the amount of players we have back, we have a chance to be very good,” said Head Coach Greg Debeljak, who will be starting his 14th season at the team’s helm. “You can’t just assume it’s going to happen – everyone needs to do their job, players and coaches alike. But, I would certainly rather be in this situation.”

The Case Western Reserve University offense has been one of the most dynamic in the PAC over the past two seasons. In 2015, the squad featured a high-powered passing game, with 29 touchdowns coming via the pass. Last season, the team shifted to a more run-focused game plan, setting a program-record with 2,579 rushing yards during the campaign.

Among the team’s returners are 16 players who earned an all-conference honor from either the UAA or the PAC. Included in that group are senior Rob Cuda, the 2016 UAA Most Valuable Player, and senior center Gage Blair, a D3football.com AllRegion honoree. Behind last year’s success and the high number of returning contributors, the Spartans are ranked in a pair of preseason polls, checking in at 22nd in the D3football.com rankings and 20th in the Street & Smith Preseason Top-25. “The preseason rankings are a recognition of how good we were last year. As far as how the 2017 season is going to turn out, the rankings are meaningless. The only rankings that matter are the ones at the end of the 10th game,” said Debeljak. In addition to the large senior class, the Spartans roster will feature 46 newcomers to the roster, one of the largest incoming groups in the program’s history. 14

OFFENSE

“The philosophy has never been to run or pass a certain amount of times – we would like to do whatever is necessary to win a football game,” said Debeljak. “If that means run the ball more, we feel we have the personnel to do that, and if it means pass the ball more, we feel we have the personnel to do that as well.” Over the past two seasons, CWRU has scored 39.0 points per game, including 10 games of 40 or more points during the stretch. The 2016 squad averaged 39.2 points per contest, the 26th-best in Division III during the season and second-highest in program history, while the team’s 257.9 rushing yards per game were the 14th-highest in Division III during the year. “We’re not looking to reinvent the wheel. I think you will see a lot things you’ve seen over the last two years, but we willl also have to see what some players coming back from injuries can do,” said

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2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL Debeljak. “We’re confident that we’ll find a way to score points and move the ball, because we have an experienced and talented team, which is a great starting point. How we do it is still up in the air.”

Quarterback

Cuda will enter his third season as the team’s starting quarterback having already built a legacy as one of the top players in the program’s history. Last season, en route to earning the UAA Most Valuable Player award, he set the CWRU record for rushing yards by a quarterback with 908 and 12 touchdowns, while throwing for another 2,328 yards and 19 touchdowns. “He is one of the best football players I’ve ever coached,” said Debeljak. “He’s going to compete, he’s going to be a nightmare for opposing defensive coordinators, and he’s going to be the focal point of our offense, whatever direction it goes.” Returning depth behind Cuda includes sophomores Julian Kinard and Peter Hontas.

Running Back

Jacob Burke leads the contingent of returning backs, after emerging as one of the top running backs in the conference during his junior campaign in 2016, becoming just the fourth player in program history to rush for over 1,000 yards in the season, finishing with 1,065 and 16 touchdowns. For his efforts, Burke was named to the All-UAA and AllPAC second teams.

by the return of a pair of players who missed the 2016 season due to injury in senior tight end Zech Medved and senior receiver Luke DiFrancesco. In addition, a trio of junior receivers – All-UAA Second Team selection Justin Phan (46 receptions, 511 yards, three TDs), Joey Spitalli (18 receptions, 167 yards, two TDs), and Hunter Tulloch (16 receptions, one TD) - who all saw extensive time on the field last year will look to see their roles expanded with Lynch’s departure. “Medved and DiFrancesco have already proven to be big-play guys,” said Debeljak. “And, the juniors played a ton and made a lot of plays for us during the year.” The unit, which is one of the deepest on the team, also features seniors Zak Hurd and Giuseppe Orsini, junior Matthew Peterson, and sophomores Adam Zybko, Ryan Coolidge, Conner Hall, Austin Navarrette, Chan Park and Mario Robaina. “It is a good group, and despite being young, there is a lot of experience there. We will have to see how we develop, but we have a lot of options,” said Debeljak.

Offensive Line

“He was a devastating inside runner, and when he broke into open field, he was hard to catch,” said Debeljak of Burke. “He is a very unique talent for our level with his size and speed.”

The most experienced group on either side of the ball for the Spartans is the offensive line, which will feature four returning starters. Along with Blair, seniors Ryan DeMarinis and Ryan Merlau and junior Steven Bachie each earned All-UAA or All-PAC honors last season, with the four having a combined 95 games of experience between them. Merlau is slated to slide from tackle to guard this year, opening up a spot for sophomore Derek Clontz at tackle.

Three other senior players with considerable experience at running back are returning for the Spartans in Jeffrie Brown Jr. (201 yards, two TDs), Myles Anthony (185 yards, three TDs) and Aaron Aguilar (151 yards, one TD).

“They are pretty adept at both run and pass protection,” said Debeljak. “That is where the experience comes in. They’ve done both well, they know our system, and whatever direction we go we have a line to get us there.”

“We can go in a lot of different directions with our depth at the position,” said Debeljak. “All of those players will be used, we will just have to see in what way.”

Adding to the team’s depth at offensive line will be senior Alex Nesvisky, junior Chaz Brown and sophomores Spiros Romell, Josh Schlichting and Thomas Strayer.

Junior JP Wassmann and sophomore Brandon Rabah and Sam Jenkins could also factor into the running game during the 2017 year.

DEFENSE

Receiver/ Tight End

The team’s most noticeable loss on offense will be at receiver, where 2016 D3football.com AllRegion selection Brendan Lynch led the team in receptions (67), receiving yards (1,049) and receiving touchdowns (12). However, the unit will be bolstered

Despite suffering a number of key injuries throughout the season last year, the Spartans’ defense remained one of the best in the PAC, allowing just 18.7 points per game, the secondlowest mark in the conference and 37th-best in all of Division III. With nine returning starters, a number of key players coming back from injuries, and a large group of players who saw time on the

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2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL field last year, the defense will once again look to stay at the top of the PAC. “[Defensive Coordinator] Warren Miller and his staff did an outstanding job last year of getting the next man ready. I’ve seen teams fold when injuries happen, but they didn’t. We have a lot of people who played a lot of football last year, and their experience will be a factor for us,” said Debeljak. The Spartans’ defense led the PAC in third down defense and red zone defense during the year, while ranking third in the conference with 320.7 yards allowed per game and fourth with 23 turnovers forced. Thr group’s play helped CWRU lead the PAC in time of possession, averaging 32:48 per game, the 26th-best mark in Division III. “As exciting as we are to watch on offense that is the way we are on defense too. We create a lot of turnovers, there’s a lot of pressure and they play with a great enthusiasm. I’m looking forward to seeing them play,” said Debeljak.

Defensive Line

After entering the 2016 season as the biggest question mark on the defensive side of the ball, the defensive line proved to be one of the team’s strengths. Emerging as one of the top players at the defensive end position in the conference was Cameron Brown, who was named to the All-PAC Second Team after leading all CWRU players with 4.5 sacks and 13.5 tackles for a loss during his sophomore season. Senior Dan Techman will be back as well, after recording 4.0 sacks last season at defensive end. Other returners who could see time at defensive end include junior Tyler Bushman and sophomore Adam Poltrack. In the middle of the line, junior Ian Henderson is slated to return after being named to the All-UAA Second Team last year, while sophomore Andrew Lease will see his role expanded after starting four games as a freshman. Other options at nose guard include junior William Graziani and sophomore Reed Gershenson. “We’re going to rotate players and play five or six on the defensive line. I think it is a strength, where last year it was a real question mark.”

Linebacker

The Spartan linebacker group features five seniors and seven total players who have all seen significant playing time over their careers. On the inside, senior Justin McMahon (All-PAC Honorable Mention and All-UAA First Team) led the team with 76 tackles, including 4.5 for a loss, while senior Andrew Banathy added 40 tackles with 5.5 for a loss before missing the final four games of the 16

year due to an injury. Junior David Traganza (20 tackles) and sophomore Isaac Withrow (14 tackles) each appeared in eight games last season at inside linebacker. The Spartans will be returning a pair of allconference honorees at outside linebacker in seniors Chanan Demery (All-UAA First Team, AllPAC Honorable Mention) and Alex Habeeb (All-UAA Second Team). Demery led all CWRU players with four interceptions and three forced fumbles last year. In addition, senior Zach Lyon is expected back after collecting 12 tackles and 2.5 sacks in just over a game, before suffering a season-ending injury. Sophomore Brett Marcus could also factor into the rotation at outside linebacker. “It’s a senior-laden group for sure,” said Debeljak. “We feel confident that we have athletes at the position that have proven themselves as quality players.”

Defensive Backs

The Spartans’ biggest loss on defense from last year’s squad will likely be at cornerback, following the graduation of All-PAC selection Nick Kwon. Senior Adrian Cannon started nine games at cornerback last year, notching 38 tackles, three interceptions, and seven pass breakups. Sophomore Kevin Chrissis played in four games as a freshman and will likely see his role increased, with sophomores Munyaradzi Mangwende and Luke Bedell, and graduate student (and former CWRU baseball player) Andrew Rossman potentially competing for spots in the rotation as well. “Nick is going to be hard to replace – we were able to focus on other areas of the field because his was secure,” said Debeljak.” Adrian is a good player who plays very physical at the corner position. The other corner position is where we will be looking for somebody.” Safety should be one of the team’s strengths, between the return of senior Cody Calhoun (a twotime All-UAA selection) from injury, in addition to All-UAA First Team sophomore Patrick Crossey and All-UAA Honorable Mention Daniel Fabiniak. Crossey started nine games and was third on the team with 64 tackles during his freshman year, while Fabiniak recorded career-highs with 31 tackles and two interceptions. Sophomore Jeremy Hill should add further depth to an already strong unit. “We feel that we are as deep as anybody at safety with Calhoun coming back, along with Crossey and Fabiniak.”

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SPECIAL TEAMS

Senior Ben Carniol will likely assume the team’s placekicking abilities for the third-straight season. Over the past two years, he has converted 14-of-18 field goal attempts (78%) and 92-of-99 extra point tries (93%), and will enter his senior season third in school history in points among kickers (134). “Ben has been our reliable placekicker. We haven’t given him enough opportunities because we go for it so much on fouth down, but it’s not because of lack of confidence in Ben. He’s an excellent placekicker.” Senior Weston Salerno and sophomore Jackson Kolderup will be among those competing for kickoff duties this year, while Jacob Burke will have the opportunity to pull double-duty again at running back and punter, after averaging 39.7 yards per punt last season. Justin Phan is likely to see time as the team’s punt returner again after averaging 11.2 yards per return last year, including an 85-yard return for a touchdown during the team’s season-opener against Chicago. Cody Calhoun will look to return to his role in the kick return game, while Mario Robaina also had experience on returns last season. “For both return teams, depth will play a role. This is the largest roster we have ever had, and we’ll have a lot of young kids who will be fighting to get onto the field. Special teams are a great way to do that,” said Debeljak.

PAC OUTLOOK/ SCHEDULE

The Spartans’ 2017 schedule features an eightgame PAC schedule, along with non-conference games against two long-time UAA rivals. Case Western Reserve will open the season at the University of Chicago for a UAA matchup on September 2. After a bye week, the Spartans will begin their fourth season of PAC play, hosting Grove City College at DiSanto Field on September 16. CWRU will continue its PAC schedule at home against Waynesburg on on September 23, before traveling to Saint Vincent on September 30. The Spartans will open October with their annual Homecoming Game against Bethany on the seventh, followed by road games at Thiel on October 14 and Geneva on October 21. CWRU will then return to Cleveland for its final two home games of the year, each against a team that received votes in the D3football.com preseason poll, facing UAA-rival Washington (Mo.) on October 28 and Westminster for ‘Senior Day’ on November 4. CWRU will wrap-up its regular season with the 32nd-Annual Academic Bowl against Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on November 11, a game that will count towards both the PAC and UAA standings. “The PAC is in great shape. There shouldn’t be a dropoff in the top five teams, and there are a lot of teams on our schedule that can beat us. We need to be prepared every week, but I have every bit of confidence our team will prepare accordingly.”

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NUMERICAL ROSTER * indicates varsity letters earned | (c) indicates team captain

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

Name Cl. Justin Phan** Jr. Jeffrie Brown Jr.*** Sr. Nicholas Kadlecik Fr. Luke DiFrancesco*** Sr. Cameron Brown* Jr. Quinn Saluan Fr. Cody Calhoun (c)*** Sr. Ben Carniol*** Sr. Andrew Banathy*** Sr. Adrian Cannon*** Sr. Julian Kinard* So. Chanan Demery*** Sr. Mason Gee-Montgomery Fr. Rob Cuda (c)*** Sr. Jackson Kolderup* So. Zech Medved (c)*** Sr. Chase Witte Fr. Munyaradzi Mangwende* So. Zak Hurd*** Sr. Peter Hontas* So. Matthew Boss Fr. Austin Navarrette* So. Ryan Coolidge* So. Brett Marcus So. Joey Spitalli** Jr. Joseph Dinko Fr. Giuseppe Orsini*** Sr. Kevin Chrissis* So. Luke Bedell* So. Mario Robaina* So. Zach Lyon (c)*** Sr. Jacob Burke*** Sr. Kyle Turcovsky Fr. Daniel Fabiniak*** Sr. Zach Hall Fr. Andrew Rossman Gr. Sam Jenkins* So. Patrick Crossey* So. Myles Anthony* Sr. Justin McMahon (c)* Sr. Cooper Tulloch Fr. Isaac Withrow* So. Brandon Rabah* So. Aaron Aguilar*** Sr. Joshua Smith Fr. Corey King Fr. Alexander Sfakianos Fr. David Traganza** Jr. Jeremy Hill* So. Tahrieq Koonce Fr. JP Wassmann** Jr. Michael Amadio Fr.

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Pos. WR RB S WR DE K S K ILB CB QB OLB QB QB K TE WR CB WR QB QB WR WR OLB WR WR WR CB CB WR OLB RB/P RB S RB CB RB S RB ILB S ILB FB FB OLB CB K ILB S ILB FB ILB

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

Wt. 155 170 145 185 237 170 190 155 205 170 170 210 185 195 175 210 190 165 170 195 165 218 190 210 180 175 180 185 180 170 200 210 170 185 180 190 180 195 170 220 180 225 195 182 185 170 202 200 179 185 219 190

Hometown/High School Atlanta, Ga. / Greater Atlanta Christian Fairfield, Calif. / Armijo Pittsburgh, Pa. / West Allegheny Johnstown, Pa. / Bishop McCort Westlake, Ohio / Westlake Hinckley, Ohio / Walsh Jesuit Columbus, Ohio / Bishop Watterson Great Falls, Va. / Thomas Jefferson Science & Tech. Tinley Park, Ill. / Providence Catholic Lake View, N.Y. / Frontier Central Damascus, Md. / Damascus Woodbridge, Va. / Potomac Stockbridge, Mich. / Stockbridge Bartlett, Ill. / South Elgin Palatine, Ill. / William Fremd Imperial, Pa. / West Allegheny Cincinnati, Ohio / Milford Baltimore, Md. / Western School of Tech. & Environmental Sci. Perry, Ohio / Perry New Orleans, La. / Jesuit East Aurora, N.Y. / East Aurora Roanoke, Texas / Northwest Chicago, Ill. / St. Ignatius Prep Johnson City, Tenn. / Science Hill Roselle, Ill. / Lake Park Chardon, Ohio / Chardon Upper St. Clair, Pa. / Upper St. Clair Pittsburgh, Pa. / Upper St. Clair Chatham, N.J. / Saint Peters Prep Miami, Fla. / Belen Jesuit Prep Pittsburgh, Pa. / North Allegheny Johnstown, Ohio / Northridge North Huntingdon, Pa. / Norwin Marietta, Ga. / Lassiter New Albany, Ohio / New Albany North Royalton, Ohio / North Royalton Medina, Ohio / Highland Pittsburgh, Pa. / Plum Senior Philadelphia, Pa. / Germantown Academy Mentor, Ohio / Mentor Boca Raton, Fla. / Boca Raton Community Winfield, W. Va. / Winfield Cincinnati, Ohio / Archbishop Moeller Orange, Calif. / Orange Atlanta, Ga. / Benjamin E. Mays Hammond, La. / La. School for Math, Science & the Arts San Mateo, Calif. / Crystal Spring Uplands San Diego, Calif. / Francis Parker Erie, Pa. / Cathedral Prep Mount Vernon, N.Y. / Millbrook School Miami, Fla. / Christopher Columbus Davidson, N.C. / William Amos Hough

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Name Alex Habeeb*** Dan Techman*** Steven Clark Joshua Clopp Weston Salerno** Matthew Peterson** Brian Victor Travis Johnston Skyler Wadas Brett Carney Chaz Brown*** Gage Blair*** Adam Poltrack* Austin Subler Alex Nesvisky*** Dominic Barandica Kanyon Combs Jake Vent Spiros Romell* Jack Williams Michael Babbit Brennan Ryan Thomas Strayer* Anthony Polizzi Derek Clontz* Ryan Jones John Feczko Ryan Merlau (c)*** Houruiyang Zong Ryan DeMarinis*** Dermot Marsh Dee Gose Ian Henderson** Weston Roberts Jacob Ebright Phillip Wyatt Josh Schlichting* Steven Bachie** David Dolansky Hunter Tulloch** Chan Park* Jacob Berg Conner Hall* Trey Minnich Colt Morgan Adam Zybko* Andrew Lease* Reed Gershenson* William Graziani** Grant Cook Jacob Vore Tyler Bushman** Justin Stanko Connor Plaska Dylan Zegers

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

Pos. OLB DE OLB OLB K TE ILB ILB OLB OLB OL C DE ILB OL OLB LS DL OL LS OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DE OL DL OL NG OL OL OL OL OL TE WR WR WR WR WR WR TE NG NG NG DE DE DE NG DE DE

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

Wt. 200 220 160 200 178 215 190 200 205 200 270 260 215 220 260 210 185 235 275 180 230 275 260 270 300 265 270 285 245 295 190 275 340 245 215 295 265 260 210 190 165 185 175 175 195 210 245 245 235 220 230 230 270 225 215

Hometown/High School Avon, Ohio / Avon Morgantown, Pa. / Twin Valley Rochester, N.Y. / Rush-Henrietta Senior Canonsburg, Pa. / Canon-McMillan Temecula, Calif. / Chaparral Charlotte, N.C. / Cato Middle College H.S. Canton, Mich. / Father Gabriel Richard Zanesville, Ohio / Bishop Rosecrans Clovis, N.M. / Clovis Irwin, Pa. / Penn-Trafford Kennett, Mo. / Kennett Elyria, Ohio / St. Edward Mountain View, Calif. / Saint Francis Tipp City, Ohio / Tippecanoe Raleigh, N.C. / Ravenscroft Modesto, Calif. / Joseph A. Gregori Huntersville, N.C. / Lake Norman Charter Kokomo, Ind. / Northwestern North Olmsted, Ohio / North Olmsted Westerville, Ohio / Westerville North Export, Pa. / Franklin Regional Green, Ohio / Green Mentor, Ohio / Mentor Brockport, N.Y. / Brockport North Fayette, Pa. / West Allegheny Senior Warren, Ohio / Howland Pittsburgh, Pa. / Fox Chapel Area Java Center, N.Y. / Pioneer Pittsburgh, Pa. / Fox Chapel Area Western Springs, Ill. / Westwood (Mass.) Westminster, Calif. / Brethren Christian Lewisburg, Pa. / Lewisburg Area Detroit, Mich. / Detroit Country Day Pittsburgh, Pa. / Our Lady of the Sacred Heart New Albany, Ohio / New Albany St. Louis, Mo. / Chaminade Upper Saint Clair, Pa. / Upper Saint Clair Berea, Ohio / Berea-Midpark Brecksville, Ohio / University School Boca Raton, Fla. / North Broward Prep Copley, Ohio / Copley Clinton, N.J. / North Hunterdon Overland Park, Kan. / Blue Valley West LaGrange, Ohio / Keystone Wooster, Ohio / Wooster Glen Ellyn, Ill. / Glenbard West Pittsburgh, Pa. / Seton-LaSalle Catholic Aliso Viejo, Calif. / Jserra Catholic Canonsburg, Pa. / Canon-McMillan Alvarado, Texas / Alvarado Doylestown, Pa. / Lawrenceville School (N.J.) Naperville, Ill. / Naperville North Chardon, Ohio / Chardon Springfield, Va. / West Springfield Marietta, Ga. / Alan C. Pope

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Aaron Aguilar

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SENIOR • FULLBACK 5-6 • 182 lbs. Hometown (High School): Santa Ana, Calif. (Orange) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Mechanical Engineering

2016: Played in all 10 games during his junior season… Recorded career-highs with 35 carries for 151 yards… Scored the first touchdown on his career on a three-yard run in the third quarter during the team’s season-opening 45-17 win over the University of Chicago. 2015: Played in seven games, rushing 17 times for 73 yards during his sophomore season…had a career-long 22 yard run against Waynesburg on October 10. 2014: Saw action in three games during his freshman season…totaled 15 yards on five rushing attempts, and caught one pass for five yards. Personal: Earned three varsity letters in football as well as two in baseball at Orange High School…three-time first-team All-CIF Southern Section as well as league MVP in 2013… two-year team MVP…also an all-league selection in baseball…National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete…son of Mike and Sylvia Aguilar. Season Rush 2014 5 2015 17 2016 35 CAREER 57

AGUILAR CAREER STATISTICS

Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 15 0 15 3.0 0 7 1 5 5.0 0 5 76 3 73 4.3 0 22 1 3 3.0 0 3 155 4 151 4.3 1 18 1 12 12.0 0 12 246 7 239 4.3 1 22 3 20 6.7 0 12

Myles Anthony 29

SENIOR • RUNNING BACK 5-4 • 170 lbs. Hometown (High School): Philadelphia, Pa. (Germantown Acad.) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Civil Engineering 2016: Played in six games for the Spartans during his junior season and started the first two games of the season… Recorded career-highs with 48 carries for 185 yards and three touchdowns… Rushed for a seasonhigh 73 yards against Chicago in the season-opener, including a career-long 21-yard run… Recorded the first multiple-touchdown game of his career in the team’s win over Washington, reaching the end zone twice in the game. 2015: Played in nine games during his sophomore season… carried the ball 38 times for a net gain of 141 yards, the fourth-most on the team, and added three receptions for 85 yards and a pair of touchdowns… tallied 44 all-purpose yards, including a 26-yard touchdown reception, the first of his career, against Chicago on September 5th… had a 40-yard touchdown catch against Thiel on September 26th… ran for his first career touchdown against Washington (Mo.) on October 31st. 2014: Played on the junior varsity team as a freshman. Personal: Earned two varsity letters each in football and wrestling at Germantown Academy…team leader in rushing for two years and a top 25 rusher for Philadelphia area schools…placed fifth at 2013 Pennsylvania Independent Schools Wrestling Championship…son of Bryan and Lisha Anthony. Season 2015 2016 CAREER 20

Rush 38 48 86

ANTHONY CAREER STATISTICS

Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 152 11 141 3.7 1 20 3 85 28.3 2 40 189 4 185 3.9 3 21 0 0 0.0 0 0 341 15 326 3.8 4 21 3 85 28.3 2 40

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SENIOR • INSIDE LINEBACKER 6-1 • 205 lbs. Hometown (High School): Tinley Park, Ill. (Providence Catholic) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Finance 2016: Started the first six games of the season for the Spartans before missing the final four due to injury… Recorded career-best marks with 40 total tackles and 5.5 tackles for a loss… Added a sack, a quarterback hurry and a pass breakup during the year… Was the team’s leading tackler in a pair of games during the year, recording a career-high 11 tackles in wins over Chicago and Saint Vincent… Received UAA All-Academic honors. 2015: Played in all 10 games during the season… finished the year with 29 tackles, including three for a loss and one sack… added an interception and a pass breakup during the year… named the UAA Athlete of the Week on September 21st after recording a sack and an interception against St. Vincent… had a season-high seven tackles, including one for a loss, against Bethany on October 3rd. 2014: Saw action in nine games during the season at linebacker…posted 16 tackles (six solo). Personal: Earned two varsity letters at Providence Catholic High School…named to 2013 All-Chicago Catholic League Blue Second Team…also an all-area selection…first honor roll student…son of Andy and Maureen Banathy.

BANATHY CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2014 6 10 16 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2015 18 11 29 3-9 1-5 1-0 1 0-0 0 0 2016 16 24 40 5.5-13 1-4 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 CAREER 40 45 85 8.5-22 2-9 1-0 2 0-0 0 0

MYLES ANTHONY

ANDREW BANATHY

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Gage Blair

SENIOR • CENTER 6-1 • 260 lbs. Hometown (High School): Elyria, Ohio (St. Edward) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Nursing

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2016: Named to the D3football.com All-Region Third Team, and the All-PAC and All-UAA First Teams during his junior season… Started all 10 games at center during the year… Was a key member of an offensive line that helped the team rush for a school-record 2,597 yards during the season, as the team ended the year ranked 12th among all NCAA Division III teams with 497.9 yards per game and 14th with 257.9 rushing yards per contest… Named to the D3football. com Team of the Week on November 1st after helping the Spartans to collect 707 yards of total offense and 435 rushing yards in a 56-38 win at Washington (Mo.)… Has played in all 30 games during his Spartan career. 2015: Named to the All-PAC First Team and an honorable mention to the All-UAA team… started all 10 games at center for the Spartans during the season… was a part of an offensive line that allowed just 2.2 sacks per game during the season, while allowing the team to rush for 190.3 yards per game and gain a total of 468.4 yards of total offense per game, the 32nd-best mark among all NCAA Division III teams. 2014: Named to the AllUAA Second Team and an honorable mention to the All-PAC team…started all 10 games at center during his freshman season. Personal: Earned three varsity letters at nearby St. Edward High School…nominated to the 2014 East/West All-Star Game…member of the National Honor Society…high honors student all four years…son of Brad and Rhonda Blair.

Jeffrie Brown Jr.

SENIOR • RUNNING BACK 5-10 • 170 lbs. Hometown (High School): Fairfield, Calif. (Armijo) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

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2016: Played in nine games during his junior season, making three starts… Recorded careerhighs with 45 rushing attempts for 201 yards and two touchdowns… Carried the ball six times for 49 yards and a touchdown against Saint Vincent, including a career-long 33 yard run… Also reached the end zone during the team’s win over Grove City. 2015: Played in nine games during his sophomore season, making a pair of starts… rushed 26 times for 110 yards… caught a three-yard touchdown pass during the team’s win over Bethany on October 3rd… ran three times for a season-high 36 yards against Thomas More on November 7th. 2014: Played on the junior varsity team as a freshman. Personal: Played four years of football and competed for three years in track at Armijo High School…named to 2013 All-Monticello Empire League First Team…also team MVP and a first-team all-region pick as a senior…set city record for most 80+ yard rush rushes…member of school-record 4x400-meter relay team…high honors student… son of Jeff Brown and Angelina Morgan. Season Rush 2015 26 2016 45 CAREER 71

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BROWN JR. CAREER STATISTICS

Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 126 16 110 4.2 0 36 3 8 2.7 1 5 229 28 201 4.5 2 33 1 8 8.0 0 8 355 44 311 4.4 2 36 4 16 4.0 1 8

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Jacob Burke

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SENIOR • RUNNING BACK/PUNTER 6-1 • 210 lbs. Hometown (High School): Johnstown, Ohio (Northridge) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Nursing

2016: Earned All-PAC and All-UAA Second Team honors as a running back during his junior season… Started eight games and played in all 10 during the year, and was the team’s featured back, carrying the ball 172 times… Became the fourth player in school history with over 1,000 rushing yards in a season, finishing the campaign with 1,065 yards… His 16 rushing touchdowns were the second-most in a single season in school history, while his 6.19 yards per carry is the best mark ever by a Spartan player…Finished the season ranked 14th in Division III in scoring (10.2 points per game), 18th in rushing touchdowns, 21st in total touchdowns (17), 25th in total points scored (102), 37th in rushing yards per game (106.5), and 40th in rushing yards… Added four receptions for 83 yards and a touchdown during the year… Rushed for a touchdown in eight of the team’s ten games… Had four games of over 100 yards rushing, including a career-best 193 yard effort against Bethany on October 8th, the 12th-most rushing yards in a single game in school history… Ran for 163 yards and matched a school record with four rushing touchdowns against Waynesburg on September 24th, earning UAA Offensive Player of the Week honors… Rushed for 164 yards and three touchdowns, and caught a TD pass against Washington on October 29th… Had a career-long 61-yard run and rushed for 183 total yards during the team’s win over Saint Vincent on October 1st… Was also the team’s primary punter during the year, averaging 39.7 yards on his 26 punts, including four punts of over 50 yards and eight punts inside the team’s 20-yard line. 2015: Selected to the All-UAA Second Team and an honorable mention to the All-PAC team as a punter… named to the D3football.com Team of the Week and the UAA Special Teams Athlete of the Week after punting seven times for an average of 43.6 yards, including a career-long 71-yard punt… saw action in nine of the team’s 10 games during the season… punted 31 times for an average of 40.4 yards, landing four inside the 20-yard line… had seven punts of 50 yards or longer… also rushed nine times for 58 yards during the season, including an 11-yard scoring run against St. Vincent on September 19th. 2014: Named to the All-UAA Second Team…appeared in seven games during the campaign…punted 13 times during the year for 500 yards, averaging 38.5 yard per punt…had two punts of over 50 yards, including a season-long 57 yarder against Thomas More on November 8…recorded six punts inside the 20 yard line and forced three fair catches…added 34 rushing yards on seven attempts during the year, including a season-long 11-yard run against Carnegie Mellon on September 6…notched a 21-yard reception against Thomas More. Personal: Earned four varsity letters in football as well as three in wrestling at Northridge High School…four-year starter and two-year captain on the gridiron…All-Central Ohio Honorable Mention…also second-team All-Licking County League and second-team All-Metro…district qualifier in wrestling for state final four team…Northridge dean’s list student…class historian…son of Eric and Gen Potts as well as William and Jessica Burke.

BURKE CAREER STATISTICS

RUSHING Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 34 0 34 4.9 0 11 2 25 12.5 0 21 69 11 58 6.4 1 22 1 6 6.0 0 6 1083 18 1065 6.2 16 61 4 83 20,8 1 52 1186 29 1157 6.2 17 61 7 114 16.3 1 52 PUNTING Season Punts Yds. Lg Avg. TB FC I20 2014 13 500 57 38.5 1 3 6 2015 31 1252 71 40.4 6 2 4 2016 26 1032 53 39.7 1 3 8 CAREER 70 2784 71 39.8 8 8 18 Season 2014 2015 2016 CAREER

Rush 7 9 172 16

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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Cody Calhoun

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SENIOR• SAFETY 5-11 • 190 lbs. Hometown (High School): Columbus, Ohio (Bishop Watterson) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Biology (Pre-Med) 2016: Started the Spartan’s season-opening game, before missing the remainder of the season due to injury… Served as a team co-captain… Recorded eight tackles against Chicago, and returned a pair of kicks, including a 27-yard return… Received UAA All-Academic honors. 2015: Named to the All-UAA First Team as both a safety and a kick returner… selected to the All-PAC Second Team as a kick returner and an honorable mention as a defensive back… named the UAA Defensive Athlete of the Week on October 12th after recording seven tackles, including one for a loss, against Waynesburg… played in all 10 games, including six in a starting role… led the PAC and was 24th among all Division III players with 26.3 yards per kickoff return… finished the season with 48 tackles, including 1.5 for a loss… added a fumble recovery, two interceptions and eight pass breakups during the year… had a season-high seven tackles, including one for a loss, against Waynesburg on October 10th… registered interceptions against Geneva on October 17th and Washington (Mo.) on October 31st… earned UAA All-Academic honors and was named to the PAC Fall Academic Honor Roll. 2014: Named to the All-UAA Second Team… appeared in eight games, making two of starts…finished the year with eight tackles…recorded his first career interception during the team’s season finale against Chicago…Returned 11 kicks during the year for 264 yards, including a season-long 41 yard return against Thomas More. Personal: Earned three varsity letters in football as well as three in basketball and four in track & field at Bishop Watterson…Scholar-Athlete in all three sports…Academic All-Ohio for track & field…son of Tom and Molly Calhoun.

CALHOUN CAREER STATISTICS

DEFENSIVE Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2014 4 4 8 0-0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0 0 2015 31 17 38 1.5-5 0-0 2-14 8 1-0 0 0 2016 3 5 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 CAREER 38 26 54 1.5-5 0-0 3-14 8 1-0 0 0 RETURNS Season KR Yds. Avg. TD Long PR Yds. Avg. TD Long 2014 11 264 24.0 0 41 0 0 0 0 0 2015 23 604 26.3 0 48 0 0 0 0 0 2016 2 31 15.5 0 27 0 0 0 0 0 CAREER 36 899 25.0 0 48 0 0 0 0 0

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CODY CALHOUN

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)


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Adrian Cannon

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SENIOR • CORNERBACK 5-9 • 170 lbs. Hometown (High School): Lake View, N.Y. (Frontier Central) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Civil Engineering

2016: Named to the All-UAA Second Team and as an honorable mention to the All-PAC Team… Appeared in all 10 games during the year, including the final nine as a starter at cornerback… Recorded career highs with 38 tackles, 10 passes defended and three interceptions… Also tallied a tackle for a loss and a fumble recovery during the year… Named the UAA Defensive Player of the Week after recorded a career-high eight tackles, three pass breakups and an interception during the team’s win over Washington… Added interceptions during Spartan victories over Waynesburg and Thiel. 2015: Played in all 10 of the team’s games during the season, starting the final five at cornerback… named to the D3football.com Team of the Week and the UAA Defensive Athlete of the Week after setting a program-record with three interceptions against Washington University (Mo.) on October 31st… finished the year with 21 tackles, a fumble recovery, three interceptions, three pass breakups and a blocked kick. 2014: Saw action in nine games during the season…punted 40 times for 1,434 yards, averaging 35.8 yards per punt…had two punts of over 50 yards, including a season-long 65 yard punt against Geneva on October 18…added four punts inside the opponents 20 yard line…blocked a kick against Thomas More on November 8. Personal: Earned three varsity letters in football as well as four in track & field at Frontier Central High School…named to All-Western New York Second Team at defensive back in 2013…selected to Kensington Lion’s Club WNY All-Star Game in 2014…qualified in second place in Section 6 in the 200-meter dash and ran anchor for champion 4x400m relay team…also a goalkeeper for 2011 WNY State Champion soccer club team…member of the National Honor Society…recipient of Louis Stokes Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Scholarship…son of William and Iva Cannon.

CANNON CAREER STATISTICS Season 2014 2015 2016 CAREER

UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 13 8 21 0-0 0-0 3-9 3 1-0 0 0 25 13 38 1.0-3 0-0 3-27 7 1-0 0 0 38 22 60 1.0-3 0-0 6-36 10 2-0 0 1

ADRIAN CANNON

JACOB BURKE

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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Ben Carniol

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SENIOR• KICKER 5-7 • 155 lbs. Hometown (High School): Great Falls, Va. (Thomas Jefferson Science & Technology) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering 2016: Was the team’s primary place kicker during the season, appearing in all 10 games… Converted five-of-seven field goal tries during the year, including a season-long 35-yard field goal against Chicago, and was successful on 47-of-51 extra point tries… Finished the year with 62 points… Was a perfect 8-of-8 on extra point attempts against Washington. 2015: Named to the All-PAC and All-UAA Second Teams… selected as the PAC and the UAA Special Team Player of the Week on both October 19th and November 9th… appeared in all 10 games during the season… was sixth in Division III and led the PAC with an .818 field goal percentage… was ninefor-11 on field goal attempts and 43-for-46 on extra points during the year, good for 70 points… also led the PAC and was 26th in Division III with 0.90 field goals per game… converted all four field goal attempts during the team’s game against Thomas More on November 7th… kicked a career-long 36 yard field goal against Geneva on October 17th… kicked eight extra points during the team’s win over Bethany on October 3rd, one short of the school’s single-game record. 2014: Appeared in one game, making his collegiate debut against Bethany on October 4, converting a pair of extra-point kicks during the game. Personal: Earned three varsity letters in both football and soccer at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology…second-team All-Capitol Conference on the gridiron…member of the National Honor Society…AP Scholar with Distinction…National Merit Commended…son of Ted Carniol and Karen Espaldon.

CARNIOL CAREER STATISTICS Season Punts Yds. Lg 2014 0 0 0 2015 0 0 0 2016 0 0 0 CAREER 0 0 0

Avg. FGM FGA Lg PAT-ATT PTS 0.0 0 0 0 2-2 2 0.0 9 11 36 43-46 70 0.0 5 7 35 47-51 62 0.0 14 18 36 92-99 134

ROB CUDA

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UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)


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Rob Cuda

SENIOR• QUARTERBACK 6-1 • 195 lbs. Hometown (High School): Bartlett, Ill. (South Elgin) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Finance

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2016: Became the fourth player in the program’s history to be named the UAA Offensive Player of the Year, marking the sixth-time overall a Spartan has won the award… Selected to the All-UAA First Team for the second-straight year… Also earned an honorable mention to the All-PAC team… Set CWRU records for the most rushing yards (908) and rushing TDs (12) by a quarterback in a season… Recorded the eighth-most rushing yards, third-most TDs and sixth-most yards per rush in a season by a CWRU player… Completed 59.6% of his passes for 2,328 yards and 19 TDs with just 10 interceptions… Was 25th in Division III in total offense (323.6 yards per game), 30th in points responsible for per game (19.0), 36th in rushing TDs, 29th in yards per pass attempt (8.11), and 46th in passing yards per completion (13.61)… Named the UAA Offensive Player of the Week after completing 17-of-22 passes for a career-high 340 yards and two TDs, while rushing for another three touchdowns and 37 yards against Thiel… Earned the conference honor again for his performance against Washington, after rushing for a career-high 191 yards and completing 20-of-33 passes for 272 yards and three touchdowns… Eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark in four games during the season, including three of the team’s final four contests… Accounting for at least one touchdown in each of the team’s 10 games… Had five games of at least 250 yards passing… Will enter his senior season ranked eighth in school history in career rushing yards (1,622), and fourth in career passing yards (5,053). 2015: Named to the D3football.com All-South Region Third Team and the All-UAA and All-PAC First Teams… selected as the PAC Offensive Player of the Week on September 21st, October 12th and October 26th, and the UAA Athlete of the Week on October 5th, October 12th and October 26th… started all 10 games at quarterback during his sophomore year… ranked 69th in Division III in completion percentage (0.599), 36th in completions per game (20.3), 42nd in passing efficiency (149.4), 16th in passing touchdowns (28), 31st in passing yards (2,631), 30th in passing yards per game (263.1), 71st in passing yards per completion (12.96), 14th in points responsible for (216), 11th in points responsible for per game (21.6), and ninth in total offense (334.6)… completed 203-of-339 passes during the year, throwing for 28 touchdowns and five interceptions… added a team-high 709 yards on the ground and led all Spartans with eight rushing touchdowns… tallied 100+ rushing yard games with 145 yards against St. Vincent on September 19th and 100 yards against Washington and Jefferson on October 24th… ran for three touchdowns against Waynesburg on October 10th… completed 21-of-35 passes for 339 yards and three touchdowns against Chicago on September 5th… threw for four touchdowns against St. Vincent… threw for five touchdowns against Washington and Jefferson… Had at least one passing touchdown in each of the team’s 10 games. 2014: Appeared in three games at quarterback during the season…completed nine of 14 passes for 94 yards and one touchdown…made his collegiate debut against Carnegie Mellon on September 6...recorded season highs with five completions (on seven attempts), 47 yards and a touchdown against Thomas More on November 8. Personal: Earned two varsity letters at South Elgin High School… three-year captain…two-time All-Illinois Honorable Mention as well as all-area and All-Upstate Eight…2013 MVP for Upstate Eight runner-up team…recipient of United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award…Academic All-Illinois…member of the National Honor Society… son of Paul and Peggy Cuda.

CUDA CAREER STATISTICS Season Comp. Att. Pct. Yds. TD Int Long Rush Yds. Lost Net TD Long 2014 9 14 64.3 94 1 0 18 7 14 15 -1 0 7 2015 203 339 59.9 2631 28 5 70 140 879 170 709 8 73 2016 171 287 59.6 2328 19 10 72 160 1000 92 908 12 39 CAREER 383 640 59.8 5053 48 15 72 307 1893 277 1616 20 73 UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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SENIOR • GUARD 6-2 • 295 lbs. Hometown (High School): Western Springs, Ill. (Westwood (Mass.)) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering 2016: Selected to the All-PAC Second Team and the All-UAA First Team during his junior year… Started all seven games he played in during the year at guard… Was a key member of an offensive line that helped the team rush for a school-record 2,597 yards during the season, as the team ended the year ranked 12th among all NCAA Division III teams with 497.9 yards per game and 14th with 257.9 rushing yards per contest… Named to the D3football.com Team of the Week on November 1st after helping the Spartans to collect 707 yards of total offense and 435 rushing yards in a 56-38 win at Washington (Mo.). 2015: Selected to the All-UAA First team and as an honorable mention to the All-PAC team… started all 10 games on the CWRU offensive line… was a part of an offensive line that allowed just 2.2 sacks per game during the season, while allowing the team to rush for 190.3 yards per game and gain a total of 468.4 yards of total offense per game, the 32nd-best mark among all NCAA Division III teams… earned UAA All-Academic honors. 2014: Appeared in eight games on the offensive line during his freshman campaign, including starts in three of the team’s last four games. Personal: Earned three varsity letters in football as well as six total in indoor and outdoor track & field at Westwood High School…two-time Tri-Valley League All-Star on the gridiron…four-time TVL shot put champion…placed third and fourth in 2013 and 2014, respectively, at the MIAA Division III State Indoor Championship…member of the National Honor Society…son of Robert DeMarinis and Vicki Boone.

Chanan Demery

SENIOR • OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 5-11 • 210 lbs. Hometown (High School): Woodbridge, Va. (Potomac) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Accounting

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2016: Named to the All-UAA First Team and an honorable mention to the All-PAC Team during his junior year… Started all nine games he played in during the year… Finished the season ranked fourth among all CWRU players with 51 tackles, while leading all Spartans with four interceptions and three forced fumbles… Was 18th in Division III with .33 forced fumbles per game, and 51st with 0.4 interceptions per contest, ranking second among PAC players in both categories… Added two tackles for a loss, a pass breakup and two quarterback hurries during the year… Named the UAA Defensive Player of the Week on September 27th after recording six tackles, an interception and a pass breakup against Waynesburg… Earned the honor again on October 3rd following a four-tackle, two interception game against Saint Vincent, that also included a forced fumble… Recorded a career-high 10 tackles against Thiel… Received UAA AllAcademic honors. 2015: Played in all 10 games off the bench for the Spartans’ defense during his sophomore season… finished the year with 15 tackles, including one for a loss… had a season-high five tackles against Washington (Mo.) on October 31st… earned UAA All-Academic honors and was named to the PAC Fall Academic Honor Roll. 2014: Saw action in five games during the year…finished the year with four tackles, including two and a quarterback hurry against Chicago. Personal: Earned three varsity letters in football as well as three in track & field at Potomac Senior…secondteam all-conference selection on the gridiron in 2013…also all-district in 2012…son of Charles and Sheila Demery.

DEMERY CAREER STATISTICS Season 2014 2015 2016 CAREER 28

UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 0 4 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 10 5 15 1.0-4 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 32 19 51 2.0-5 0-0 4-25 1 0-0 3 0 42 28 70 3.0-9 0-0 4-25 1 0-0 3 0 UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)


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Luke DiFrancesco

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SENIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 5-11 • 185 lbs. Hometown (High School): Johnstown, Pa. (Bishop McCort) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Biomedical Engineering

2016: Missed the entire 2016 season due to injury. 2015: Played in all 10 games for the Spartans during his sophomore year… finished the season with 16 receptions for 325 yards and a pair of touchdowns… tallied a pair of catches for 78 yards and a touchdown against St. Vincent on September 19th… Had a career-long 65-yard touchdown catch against Thiel on September 26th. 2014: Played in all 10 games during the campaign, making four starts…tied for the team lead with 31 receptions during the year, and fifth among CWRU players with 259 receiving yards…named the UAA Offensive Player of the Week after catching the game-winning 23-yard touchdown pass with 1:08 remaining, his first career score, in a win over Thiel on September 27…finished the game with four receptions and a season-high 75 yards. Personal: Earned three varsity letters in football as well as two in basketball and one in tennis at Bishop McCort High School…named to All-Pennsylvania Second Team in 2012…All-Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference in 2013…high honor roll student…son of Matthew and Anne DiFrancesco. Season 2014 2015 CAREER

Rush 1 0 1

DiFRANCESCO CAREER STATISTICS

Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 8 0 8 8.0 0 8 31 259 8.4 1 29 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 16 325 20.3 2 65 8 0 8 8.0 0 8 47 584 12.4 3 65

Daniel Fabiniak

SENIOR • SAFETY 5-10 • 185 lbs. Hometown (High School): Marietta, Ga. (Lassiter) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Biomedical Engineering

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2016: Named an honorable mention to the All-UAA Team as a junior… Played in eight games during the year, making three starts at safety… Finished the season with 31 tackles, including half a tackle for a loss, adding two interceptions and two pass breakups, all career-bests… Totaled 19 tackles over the team’s final two games of the year, including a career-high 10 tackles and an interception against Westminster… Recorded the first interception of his career against Grove City. 2015: Played in seven games for the Spartans, making one start during his sophomore year… registered three tackles during the team’s win over St. Vincent on September 19th. 2014: Played in one game during the season, making his collegiate debut against Carnegie Mellon on September 6. Personal: Earned three varsity letters for two-time regional champion team at Lassiter High School...named Special Teams Player of the Week twice in 2013…LHS Offseason Leadership Captain…four-year scholar-athlete…son of Ted and Judy Fabiniak.

FABINIAK CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2015 2 1 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2016 19 12 31 0.5-1 0-0 2-0 2 0-0 0 0 CAREER 21 13 34 0.5-1 0-0 2-0 2 0-0 0 0 UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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Alex Habeeb

SENIOR • OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 5-9 • 200 lbs. Hometown (High School): Avon, Ohio (Avon) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Finance

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2016: Named to the All-UAA Second Team during his junior year… Started seven games and appeared in nine total… Finished the year second on the team with 8.5 tackles for a loss, including three sacks… Added 31 tackles, an interception and a pair of pass breakups during the year… Recorded seven tackles, 3.5 tackles for a loss and a sack against Carnegie Mellon… Had five tackles, including 2.5 for a loss, during the team’s win over Waynesburg. 2015: Played in eight games during his sophomore season, including three in a starting role…finished the year with 10 total tackles, including one tack and 1.5 tackles for a loss… tallied two tackles, including a sack, during the team’s win over Thiel on September 26th… had a seasonhigh three tackles against St. Vincent on September 19th. 2014: Played on the junior varsity team during his freshman season. Personal: Earned three varsity letters at nearby Avon High School…2013 All-West Shore Conference as well as honorable mention All-Lorain County and all-district…three-year honor roll student…son of Gary and Melissa Habeeb.

HABEEB CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2014 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2015 5 5 10 1.5-5 1.0-5 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 2016 21 10 31 8.5-34 3.0-19 1-0 2 0-0 0 0 CAREER 26 15 41 10.0-39 4.0-24 1-0 3 0-0 0 0

Zak Hurd

SENIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 5-9 • 170 lbs. Hometown (High School): Perry, Ohio (Perry) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Electrical Engineering

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2016: Played in eight games for the Spartans during his junior season, including a pair in a starting role… Finished the season with four receptions for 47 yards… Caught two passes for 29 yards during the team’s win over Grove City. 2015: Saw action in one game during his sophomore season, playing in the Spartans’ win over Waynesburg on October 10th. 2014: Saw action in a pair of games during the campaign, making his collegiate debut against Thiel on September 27…Caught one pass for seven yards against Thomas More on November 8. Personal: Earned two varsity letters in football as well as four in track & field at Perry High School…two-year All-Chagrin Valley Conference Second Team…also named twice to All-Lake County First Team and All-Northeast Ohio District Honorable Mention squad…placed third in Ohio in Division II in the long jump…track & field team MVP…broke school records in the long jump and 100-meter dash…Academic All-Ohio…graduated in top 15 of PHS senior class…son of Bruce and Carrie Hurd. Season 2014 2015 2016 CAREER 30

HURD CAREER STATISTICS

Rush Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 7 7.0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 14 0 14 7.0 0 8 4 47 11.8 0 26 2 14 0 14 7.0 0 8 5 54 10.8 0 26 UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)


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Zach Lyon

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SENIOR • OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0 • 200 lbs. Hometown (High School): Pittsburgh, Pa. (North Allegheny) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Civil Engineering

2016: Started the first two games of the season for the Spartans, before missing the remainder of the year due to injury… Finished the year with 12 tackles, including 3.5 for a loss and 2.5 sacks… Had four tackles and two sacks in the first quarter against Grove City… Received UAA All-Academic honors. 2015: Played in 10 games, including seven in a starting role, during his junior season… finished the year with 27 tackles, including five for a loss and three sacks… forced a pair of fumbles and notched four quarterback hurries… had a season-high eight tackles, including a sack and a forced fumble, during the team’s season-finale against Carnegie Mellon on November 14th… added six tackles, including one for a loss, and hurried the quarterback twice against Chicago on September 5th... earned UAA All-Academic honors and was named to the PAC Fall Academic Honor Roll. 2014: Saw action in all 10 games during the season, including four in a starting role at linebacker…received UAA All-Academic recognition…recorded 27 tackles (14 solo) in 2014 and was second on the team with three sacks…led all CWRU players with two forced fumbles…notched a season-best five tackles, including a sack, against Saint Vincent on September 20…had three tackles, a sack and a forced fumble against Chicago on November 15. 2013: Played in six games as a freshman with time at linebacker and on special teams…posted six tackles (five solo). Personal: Earned three varsity letters at North Allegheny High School… named All-Pennsylvania at tight end in 2012 as well as second-team all-conference…four-year scholar-athlete…son of Terry and Heidi Lyon.

LYON CAREER STATISTICS

Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2013 5 1 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2014 14 13 27 5.0-33 3.0-27 0-0 1 0-0 2 0 2015 16 11 27 5.0-33 3.0-30 0-0 0 0-0 2 0 2016 9 3 12 3.5-15 2.5-14 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 CAREER 44 28 72 13.5-81 8.5-71 0-0 1 0-0 4 0

CHANAN DEMERY

ALEX HABEEB

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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Justin McMahon SENIOR• INSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0 • 220 lbs. Hometown (High School): Mentor, Ohio (Mentor) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Biomedical Engineering

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2016: Named to the All-UAA First Team and an honorable mention to the All-PAC Team during his junior year… Started all 10 games… Led all Spartan players during the year with a careerhigh 76 tackles, including 4.5 tackles for a loss… Added an interception, a pass breakup and two fumble recoveries, including a key fumble recovery on the goal line to secure a Spartans’ win against Westminster… Registered a career-high 11 tackles in back-to-back games against Thiel and Geneva, leading all CWRU players in both games… Also had a 10 tackle performance during the Spartans’ season-finale against Carnegie Mellon... Will enter his senior season ranked 76th in school history with 97 career tackles. 2015: Played in nine games and made one start during his sophomore season… tallied 21 tackles, including 3.5 for a loss… added a fumble recovery and an interception during the campaign… had a season-high five tackles, including 1.5 for a loss, against St. Vincent on September 19th… also had five tackles against Bethany on October 3rd… recorded his first career interception in the season-finale against Carnegie Mellon. 2014: Saw action in one game during the season, appearing in the team’s season-opener against Carnegie Mellon. Personal: Earned three varsity letters at nearby Mentor High School…named to 2013 Division I All-Ohio First Team…also team Defensive MVP and first-team All-News Herald as a senior…graduated summa cum laude…AP Scholar…National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete…four-year academic letterwinner...son of Kevin and Wendi McMahon.

McMAHON CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2015 13 8 21 3.5-8 0-0 1-8 0 1-0 0 0 2016 38 38 76 4.5-13 0-0 1-0 1 2-0 0 0 CAREER 51 46 97 8.0-21 0-0 2-8 1 3-0 0 0

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RYAN MERLAU

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)


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Zech Medved

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SENIOR • TIGHT END 6-0 • 210 lbs. Hometown (High School): Imperial, Pa. (West Allegheny) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Finance

2016: Served as a team co-captain… Missed the majority of the season due to injury, appearing in two games, including one as a starter… Caught three passes for 18 yards at Grove City. 2015: Played in and started nine games during his junior season… served as a team captain… finished the year with 18 receptions for 303 yards and three touchdown catches… caught four passes for a season-high 86 yards and a touchdown against Geneva on October 17th, and followed that with four receptions for 80 yards and a touchdown against Washington and Jefferson on October 24th… was 96th among all Division III players with 16.83 yards per catch. 2014: Played in all 10 games at tight end during the year, including starts against Waynesburg and Geneva…caught 18 passes and was second on the team with 297 receiving yards…added three touchdown receptions during the campaign…notched season highs with six receptions and 73 yards, including a touchdown, against Thomas More on November 8…had three receptions for 58 yards in the season-opening game against Carnegie Mellon on September 6…caught a season-long 34 yard touchdown pass against Waynesburg on October 11. 2013: Played in eight games and earned one start as a freshman tight end. Personal: Earned three varsity letters in both football and track & field at West Allegheny High School…All-Pennsylvania Honorable Mention performer for 2012 WPIAL AAA Championship team…two-time first-team All-Parkway Conference at outside linebacker and tight end…member of WAHS school-record 4x100-meter relay…member of the National Honor Society… graduated summa cum laude…son of Walter and Neela Medved. Season 2014 2015 2016 CAREER

Rush 0 0 0 0

MEDVED CAREER STATISTICS

Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 18 297 16.5 3 34 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 18 303 16.8 3 38 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 18 6.0 0 8 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 39 618 15.8 6 38

Ryan Merlau

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SENIOR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-3 • 285 lbs. Hometown (High School): Java Center, N.Y. (Pioneer) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Civil Engineering

2016: Selected to the All-UAA Second Team and an honorable mention to the All-PAC Team… Started all 10 games at tackle during the season… Served as a team co-captain… Was a key member of an offensive line that helped the team rush for a school-record 2,597 yards during the season, as the team ended the year ranked 12th among all NCAA Division III teams with 497.9 yards per game and 14th with 257.9 rushing yards per contest… Named to the D3football.com Team of the Week on November 1st after helping the Spartans to collect 707 yards of total offense and 435 rushing yards in a 56-38 win at Washington (Mo.). 2015: Played in and started the Spartans’ first game of the campaign, before suffering a season-ending injury. 2014: Saw action in nine games, making seven starts on the offensive line during his freshman campaign. Personal: Earned three varsity letters in both football and track & field at Pioneer High School… two-year N.Y. Section IV Class B All-Star and a Big 30 All-Star…named All-New York State Honorable Mention and Section IV Scholar-Athlete of the Year…Western N.Y. All-Academic Team Honorable Mention…son of Douglas and MaryLou Merlau. UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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Alex Nesvisky

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SENIOR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-2 • 260 lbs. Hometown (High School): Raleigh, N.C. (Ravenscroft) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Biomedical Engineering

2016: Appeared in four games in a reserve role for the Spartans’ offensive line during his junior year. 2015: Appeared in five games during his sophomore season… was a part of an offensive line that allowed just 2.2 sacks per game during the season, while allowing the team to rush for 190.3 yards per game and gain a total of 468.4 yards of total offense per game, the 32nd-best mark among all NCAA Division III teams… earned UAA All-Academic honors. 2014: Appeared in one game during the year, seeing action during the team’s game against Waynesburg on October 11. Personal: Earned two varsity letters in football as well as three in track & field at Ravenscroft School…two-year all-conference selection on the gridiron…2014 North Carolina State Champion in the shot put…also a three-time all-conference performer combined between the shot put and discus throw…AP Scholar with Honors…member of the cum laude society and the Latin Honor Society…son of Dave and Tamsin Nesvisky.

Giuseppe Orsini

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SENIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 6-1 • 180 lbs. Hometown (High School): Upper St. Clair, Pa. (Upper St. Clair) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Finance

2016: Appeared in three games off the bench during his junior season… Caught one pass for two yards during the campaign, coming during the Spartans’ win over Thiel College. 2015: Played in three games during his sophomore season… earned UAA All-Academic honors. 2014: Played on the junior varsity team as a freshman. Personal: Earned two varsity letters at Upper St. Clair High School…recipient of 2014 TJ White Scholarship…high honors student all four years… nominee for USCHS Student of the Year…son of John and Janice Orsini.

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DAN TECHMAN

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Weston Salerno

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SENIOR • KICKER 5-10 • 178 lbs. Hometown (High School): Temecula, Calif. (Chaparral) Letters Earned: 23Major: Biomedical Engineering

2016: Appeared in one game for the Spartans during his junior year, kicking off once during the team’s win at Grove City… Received UAA All-Academic honors. 2015: Played in four games for the Spartans during his sophomore season… was three-for-four on extra point attempts… kicked off on 18 occasions, averaging 55.6 yards per kickoff… earned UAA All-Academic honors. 2014: Played on the junior varsity team during his freshman season. Personal: Earned three varsity letters in football as well as two in tennis at Chaparral High School…2014 California Classic All-Star…hit event-record 62-yard field goal at California High School snap, hold and kick competition…team captain and All-Southwest League First Team honoree in tennis…member of the National Honor Society…AP Scholar with Distinction…son of Grant and Susie Yates.

Dan Techman

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SENIOR • DEFENSIVE END 5-11 • 220 lbs. Hometown (High School): Morgantown, Pa. (Twin Valley) Letters Earned: 3 Major: Electrical Engineering

2016: Played in all 10 games for the Spartans during his junior season, coming off the bench in each… Recorded career highs with 22 tackles, 4.5 tackles for a loss and four sacks (second among all CWRU players)… Had four tackles, a sack and a quarterback hurry against Thiel… Added three tackles, including 1.5 for a loss and a sack, during the team’s win over Bethany… Notched a sack and two quarterback hurries in the Spartans’ win over Saint Vincent. 2015: Played in six games during his sophomore season… finished the year with nine tackles… had a season-high six tackles at Bethany on October 3rd. 2014: Played on the junior varsity team during his freshman season. Personal: Earned three varsity letters at Twin Valley High School… two-time All-Berks County Section I at linebacker…also named twice to All-Berks Academic Team…son of Joe and Betsy Techman.

TECHMAN CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2015 5 4 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 2016 9 4 13 4.5-29 4.0-27 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 CAREER 14 8 22 4.5-29 4.0-27 0-0 2 0-0 0 0

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SPARTAN JUNIORS

Steven Bachie

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JUNIOR • OFFENSIVE TACKLE 6-4 • 260 lbs. Hometown (High School): Berea, Ohio (Berea-Midpark) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Chemical Engineering

2016: Selected as an honorable mention to the All-University Athletic Association team… Started all 10 games at tackle for the Spartans during the year… Was a key member of an offensive line that helped the team rush for a school-record 2,597 yards during the season, as the team ended the year ranked 12th among all NCAA Division III teams with 497.9 yards per game and 14th with 257.9 rushing yards per contest… Named to the D3football.com Team of the Week on November 1st after helping the Spartans to collect 707 yards of total offense and 435 rushing yards in a 56-38 win at Washington (Mo.). 2015: Saw action in nine games on the Spartans’ offensive line, including five in a starting role, during his freshman season… was a part of an offensive line that allowed just 2.2 sacks per game during the season, while allowing the team to rush for 190.3 yards per game and gain a total of 468.4 yards of total offense per game, the 32nd-best mark among all NCAA Division III teams. Personal: Four-year player for BereaMidpark High School, serving as a team captain...coached by Ray Hradek...named to the all-conference first team and all-Northeast Ohio second team his senior year...also wrestled in high school, serving as a team captain for two years and earning all-conference honors...born January 6th...son of Steve and Susan.

Cameron Brown

JUNIOR • DEFENSIVE END 6-0 • 237 lbs. Hometown (High School): Westlake, Ohio (Westlake) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Biology

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2016: Earned selection to the All-PAC Second Team and the All-UAA First Team during his first season with the Spartans… Led all Spartan players with 4.5 sacks, 13.5 tackles for a loss (94th in DIII), two fumble recoveries (61st in DIII), three forced fumbles and six quarterback hurries… Started all 10 games during the season, ending the year with 47 tackles and five pass breakups… Named the PAC and UAA Defensive Player of the Week, and selected to the D3football. com Team of the Week, after recording 10 tackles, including two for a loss and a sack, forcing a pair of fumbles and recovering one, and notching a quarterback hurry and a pass breakup against Geneva on October 22nd… Led all Spartan players with 10 tackles against Bethany, including 2.5 tackles for a loss, en route earning UAA Defensive Player of the Week and PAC Rookie of the Week honors…Recorded a season-high three tackles for a loss, including two sacks, during the team’s season finale against Carnegie Mellon. Personal: Transferred from the University of Cincinnati prior to the start of his sophomore year, where he did not play varsity football... Played four years of football in high school, competing for both Mater Dei High School in California, and Westlake High School in Ohio, graduating from Westlake in 2015... Served as his team captain during his senior year... Was coached by Mark Campo... Also played basketball in high school... Born May 27... Son of Mike and Carolyn... His father, Mike, is an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors and the former head coach of both the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Los Angeles Lakers... His brother, Elijah, plays basketball for the University of New Mexico... His uncle, Anthony, is a former NFL offensive lineman, playing for the Steelers and Bengals.

BROWN CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2016 23 24 47 13.5-72 4.5-34 0-0 5 2-0 2 0 CAREER 23 24 47 13.5-72 4.5-34 0-0 5 2-0 2 0 36

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Chaz Brown

JUNIOR • GUARD 6-4 • 270 lbs. Hometown (High School): Kennett, Mo. (Kennett) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Biomedical Engineering

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2016: Saw action in one game during his sophomore season, appearing off the bench on the offensive line against Thiel. 2015: Saw action in two games during his freshman season. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Kennett High School team...served as a captain during his senior year...coached by Aaron Pixley...born October 2...son of Charlie and Mindy.

Tyler Bushman 96 JUNIOR • DEFENSIVE END 6-5 • 230 lbs. Hometown (High School): Naperville, Ill. (Naperville North) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Accounting

2016: Appeared in four games off the bench during his sophomore season… Finished the year with two tackles and a quarterback hurry… Received UAA All-Academic honors. 2015: Saw action in a pair of games during his freshman season. Personal: Was a four-year member of the football team at Naperville North High School...coached by Sean Drendel...two-time Academic All-Conference for football...also played basketball and competed in track and field in high school...born October 31...son of Michael and Kimberly.

William Graziani 93 JUNIOR • NOSE GUARD 5-11 • 235 lbs. Hometown (High School): Canonsburg, Pa. (Canon-McMillan) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Chemical Engineering

2016: Appeared in five games in a reserve role for the Spartans, finishing the season with five tackles, including one for a loss, and a forced fumble… Tallied three tackles and forced a fumble during the team’s win against Thiel. 2015: Appeared in one game for CWRU during his freshman season, making his collegiate debut against St. Vincent College. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Canon-McMillan High School team...served as a captain during his senior year... coached by Ron Coder...Born September 10...son of Bill and Tracy.

GRAZIANI CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2016 2 3 5 1.0-3 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1 0 CAREER 2 3 5 1.0-3 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1 0

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Ian Henderson

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JUNIOR• DEFENSIVE LINE 6-6 • 340 lbs. Hometown (High School): Detroit, Mich. (Detroit Country Day) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Mechanical Engineering

2016: Named to the All-UAA Second Team following his sophomore season… Played in eight total games, including six in a starting role… Finished the year with 29 tackles, including one for a loss… Recorded a career-high eight tackles during the Spartans’ win over Geneva. 2015: Played in eight games for the Spartans as a freshman, seeing the majority of time on special teams… registered three tackles during the team’s win at Bethany on October 3rd. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Detroit Country Day School team...coached by Dan MacLean... born November 1...son of Darren and Angela.

HENDERSON CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2015 1 2 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2016 7 22 29 1.0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 CAREER 8 24 32 1.0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

Matthew Peterson 48

JUNIOR • TIGHT END 6-2 • 215 lbs. Hometown (High School): Charlotte, N.C. (Cato Middle College H.S.) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Statistics

2016: Saw time at tight end for the Spartans during his sophomore season, appearing in six games. 2015: Appeared in two games during his freshman season, making his collegiate debut against Saint Vincent on September 19th. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Cato Middle College High School team...coached by Jason Fowler...named his high school’s Student Athlete of the Year his senior season...born October 28...son of Dennis and Sharon.

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CAMERON BROWN

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Justin Phan

JUNIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 5-8 • 155 lbs. Hometown (High School): Atlanta, Ga. (Greater Atlanta Christian) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Accounting 2016: Named to the All-UAA First Team as a punt returner and to the All-UAA Second Team as a wide receiver… Finished the season with career receiving bests with 46 receptions, 511 yards and three touchdowns… Ranked 29th in Division III 11.3 yards per punt return… Named the returner on the D3football.com Team of the Week and the UAA Special Teams Player of the Week after returning a punt 85 yards for a touchdown, the second-longest punt return in program history, and the first punt returned for a touchdown by a Spartan since the 2011 season… Added a second UAA Special Teams Player of the Week honor on October 10th, after returning six punts for a total of 105 yards, including a 33 yard return, against Bethany… Recorded a career-best seven receptions against both Bethany and Washington… Had six receptions for a career-best 87 yards against Thiel… Had a season-long 36 yard reception against Chicago… Caught touchdown passes against Grove City, Bethany and Westminster. 2015: Selected to the All-UAA First Team as a punt returner… played in all 10 games during his freshman season as a wide receiver and returner… ranked 48th among Division III players with 8.3 yards per punt return… had 21 punt returns during the year for 175 yards, including a season-long 44 yard return against Waynesburg on October 10th… also caught 16 passes during the season for 161 yards. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Greater Atlanta Christian School team... coached by Tim Hardy...earned second team all-state and first team all-region honors during his career...claimed Gwinnett County Player of the Week and Month honors...named a Gwinnett County All-Star...was on the honor roll in high school...also played soccer...born April 27...son of Steven and Tiffany.

PHAN CAREER STATISTICS

Season 2015 2016 CAREER Season 2015 2016 CAREER

OFFENSIVE Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD 0 0 0 0.0 0 6 0 6 6.0 0 6 0 6 6.0 0 RETURNS KR Yds. Avg. TD Long 1 35 35.0 0 35 10 143 14.3 0 29 11 178 16.2 0 35

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IAN HENDERSON

Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 0 16 161 10.1 0 37 6 46 511 11.1 3 36 6 62 672 10.8 3 37 PR 21 24 45

Yds. Avg. 175 8.3 270 11.2 445 9.9

TD Long 0 44 1 85 1 85

JUSTIN PHAN

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Joey Spitalli

JUNIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 6-2 • 180 lbs. Hometown (High School): Roselle, Ill. (Lake Park) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Biomedical Engineering

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2016: Played in six games during his sophomore season, making four starts… Finished the year with 18 receptions (three receptions in each of the six games he appeared in) for 167 yards and a pair of touchdowns… Caught touchdown passes against Geneva and Carnegie Mellon. 2015: Played in four games for the Spartans during his freshman season. Personal: Was a member of the Lake Park High School football team...served as a team captain during his junior and senior years...coached by Chris Roll...named to the all-conference second team in 2014 and 2015... earned highest academic honors all four years...also competed in track and field. Season 2016 CAREER

Rush 0 0

SPITALLI CAREER STATISTICS

Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 18 167 9.3 2 18 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 18 167 9.3 2 18

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HUNTER TULLOCH

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David Traganza 38 JUNIOR • LINEBACKER 5-10 • 200 lbs. Hometown (High School): San Diego, Calif. (Francis Parker) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Mechanical Engineering

2016: Played in eight games during his sophomore season, including three as a starter… Recorded a career-best 20 tackles during the season… Had a career-high six tackles during the Spartans’ win over Geneva… Received UAA All-Academic honors. 2015: Saw action in a pair of games during his freshman season, making his collegiate debut against Saint Vincent on September 19th. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Francis Parker High School team, serving as a team captain during his senior year...coached by John Morrison...finished his career with 200 tackles, including 21 for a loss and nine sacks...named to the All-League First Team his senior year...was a three-time UT All-Academic Team member...also played lacrosse and basketball in high school...born December 31...son of William and Susan.

TRAGANZA CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2016 7 13 20 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 CAREER 7 13 20 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

Hunter Tulloch

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JUNIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 6-2 • 190 lbs. Hometown (High School): Boca Raton, Fla. (North Broward Prep) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Finance 2016: Appeared in 10 games during his sophomore season, making five starts… Recorded careerbest marks with 16 receptions for 299 yards… Scored his only touchdown of the season and the first of his career on a career-long 55-yard reception against Saint Vincent, as a part of a threereception, career-best 136 yard game… Had a career-high four receptions during the team’s win at Bethany. 2015: Saw action in a pair of games during his freshman season, making his collegiate debut against Saint Vincent on September 19th. Personal: Was a four-year member of the North Broward Preparatory School team, serving as a captain...coached by Rex Nottage...also played basketball and competed in track and field in high school...born November 27...son of Scott and Joy. Season 2016 CAREER

Rush 0 0

TULLOCH CAREER STATISTICS

Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 16 299 18.7 1 55 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 16 299 18.7 1 55

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JP Wassmann

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JUNIOR • FULLBACK 5-10 • 219 lbs. Hometown (High School): Miami, Fla. (Christopher Columbus) Letters Earned: 2 Major: Finance

2016: Appeared in two games in a reserve role for the Spartans during his sophomore year… Carried the ball once against Thiel for three yards. 2015: Played in one game during his freshman season, making his collegiate debut against Waynesburg on October 10th… rushed a pair of times for eight yards in the game… named to the PAC Fall Academic Honor Roll. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Christopher Columbus High School team...coached by Chris Merritt... born July 30...son of Jurgen and Inge.

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SPARTAN SOPHOMORES

Luke Bedell

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SOPHOMORE • CORNERBACK 5-10 • 180 lbs. Hometown (High School): Chatham, N.J. (Saint Peters Prep) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Biomedical Engineering

2016: Did not appear in a varsity game for the Spartans during his freshman season. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Saint Peter’s prep football team, where he was coached by Rich Hansen... Also played lacrosse and rubgy and competed in track in high school... Born May 23... Son of Brad and Claudyne.

Kevin Chrissis

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SOPHOMORE • CORNERBACK 5-10 • 185 lbs. Hometown (High School): Pittsburgh, Pa. (Upper Saint Clair) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Business

2016: Played in four games off the bench during his freshman season, finishing the year with three tackles and a pass defended… Had a pair of tackles during the team’s opening game against Chicago. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Upper Saint Clair High School football team, serving as a co-captain during his senior year... Was coached by Jim Render... Named to the all-conference team... Dan Buldger Award recipient... Member of the National Honors Society and the High Honor Roll... Also competed in track... Born November 13... Son of Chuck and Mary Beth.

CHRISSIS CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2016 3 0 3 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 CAREER 3 0 3 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0

Derek Clontz

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SOPHOMORE • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-4 • 300 lbs. Hometown (High School): North Fayette, Pa. (West Allegheny Senior) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Engineering 2016: Appeared in six games in a reserve role for the Spartans’ offensive line during his freshman season. Personal: Was a three-year member of the West Allegheny High School football team, where he was coached by Bob Palko... Earned First Team All-Conference and All-District selections, and was honorable mention All-State during his senior year... Helped lead his team to the WPIAL Championship in 2013 and WPIAL runners-up in 2014... Won the American Legion Athletic Award and the U.S. Army Scholar-Athlete Award... Was a Distinguished Honors Graduate and a PPG National Merit Scholarship winner... Also played basketball and rugby in high school... Born January 14... Son of Chuck and Tracey. UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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Ryan Coolidge

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SOPHOMORE • WIDE RECEIVER 6-3 • 190 lbs. Hometown (High School): Chicago, Ill. (St. Ignatius Prep) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Finance

2016: Played in seven games as a wide receiver for the Spartans during his freshman year… Finished the year with four receptions for 28 yards. Personal: Was a four-year member of the St. Ignatius College Prep football team, serving as a team captain during his senior season... Coached by John O’Connor... Claimed an All-Conference honor during his career... Received the Anthony Fornelli Leadership Award... Selected to the AFW Elite National Team... All-State Academic as a senior, and a member of the National Honors Society... Also played baseball and wrestled... Born April 15... Son of Curt and Beth. Season Rush 2016 1 CAREER 1

COOLIDGE CAREER STATISTICS

Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 5 0 5 5.0 0 5 4 28 7.0 0 9 5 0 5 5.0 0 5 4 28 7.0 0 9

Patrick Crossey 28 SOPHOMORE • SAFETY 6-1 • 195 lbs. Hometown (High School): Pittsburgh, Pa. (Plum Senior) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Civil Engineering

2016: Made an immediate impact on the Spartans’ defense during his freshman season, earning All-UAA First Team honors as the team’s strong safety… Played in all 10 games, starting the final nine… Finished the year with 64 tackles, third-most among CWRU players, including 1.5 for a loss… Added six pass breakups, a fumble recovery, and tied for the team lead with three forced fumbles… Was 31st in Division III with 0.3 forced fumbles per game… Led the team in tackles in three games during the year… Named the PAC Rookie of the Week on September 19th after recording six tackles, forcing a fumble and breaking up a pass against Grove City… Also named the UAA Defensive Player of the Week and the PAC Rookie of the Week after his 13-tackle performance with one forced fumble in a win over Westminster… Added a 10-tackle game against Washington to lead all Spartans in the game.Personal: Was a four-year member of the Plum Senior High School football team... Served as a co-captain his senior year... Was coached by Matt Morgan... Was a three-time All-Conference honoree... National Honor Society and High Honor Roll member... Vice President of his school during his senior year... Also played basketball in high school... Born June 6... Son of Bob and Linda.

CROSSEY CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2016 40 24 64 1.5-3 0-0 0-0 6 1-0 3 0 CAREER 40 24 64 1.5-3 0-0 0-0 6 1-0 3 0

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Reed Gershenson 92 SOPHOMORE • NOSE GUARD 6-2 • 245 lbs. Hometown (High School): Aliso Viejo, Calif. (Jserra Catholic) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Political Science

2016: Did not appear in a varsity game for the Spartans during his freshman season. Personal: Was a four-year member of the JSerra Catholic High School football team... Coach by Jim Hartigan... Three-year letterman... Member of the National Honors Society and the Pre-Law Magnet Program...Born February 8... Son of Allen and Renee.

Conner Hall

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SOPHOMORE • WIDE RECEIVER 6-1 • 175 lbs. Hometown (High School): Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Biology 2016: Did not appear in a varsity game for the Spartans during his freshman season. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Blue Valley Northwest football team... Coached by Mike Zegunis... Born June 16... Son of Michael and Anne.

Jeremy Hill

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SOPHOMORE • SAFETY 5-9 • 170 lbs. Hometown (High School): Erie, Pa. (Cathedral Prep) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Economics & Finance

2016: Did not appear in a varsity game for the Spartans during his freshman season. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Cathedral Prep football team... Coached by Mike Mischler... Born March 15... Son of Len and Beth.

Peter Hontas

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SOPHOMORE • QUARTERBACK 6-1 • 195 lbs. Hometown (High School): New Orleans, La. (Jesuit) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Finance

2016: Did not appear in a varsity game for the Spartans during his freshman season. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Jesuit High School football team, serving as the team captain his senior year... Coached by Marc Songy... Was an All-District Honorable Mention selection... Earned Academic All-State honors... Born November 13... Son of Roch and Janice... His father, Roch, was a quarterback at Tulane and was inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986. UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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Sam Jenkins

SOPHOMORE • RUNNING BACK 5-10 • 180 lbs. Hometown (High School): Medina, Ohio (Highland) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Marketing

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2016: Appeared in eight games for the Spartans during his freshman year, mostly on special teams… Carried the ball four times for 33 yards, including three rushes for 30 yards during the team’s win over Grove City. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Highland High School football team, serving as the team captain as a senior... Coached by Mike Gibbons... Was named the Suburban League’s Preseason Offensive Most Valuable Player, and twice earned All-League honors over his career... Was a three-time Academic Letter Winner and a National Honors Society member... Also competed in track... Born August 6... Son of Denver and Karen.

JENKINS CAREER STATISTICS

Season Rush Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 2016 4 33 0 33 8.2 0 18 0 0 0.0 0 0 CAREER 4 33 0 33 8.2 0 18 0 0 0.0 0 0

Julian Kinard

7

SOPHOMORE • QUARTERBACK 6-0 • 170 lbs. Hometown (High School): Damascus, Md. (Damascus) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Chemical Engineering

2016: Appeared in six games off the bench for the Spartans during his freshman season… Completed four-of-five passes for 57 yards, while carrying the ball nine times for 20 yards… Completed a season-long 45-yard pass against Grove City. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Damascus High School football team, serving as a team captain... Coached by Eric Wallich... Was named to the All-County First Team in 2015, leading his team to the 3A State Championship... Winner of the Presidential Award and an Honor Roll member each year of high school... Also played basketball and competed in track... Born March 5... Son of Carl and Lorena.

KINARD CAREER STATISTICS

Season Comp. Att. Pct. Yds. TD Int Long Rush Yds. Lost Net TD Long 2016 4 5 80.0 57 0 1 45 9 28 8 20 0 6 CAREER 4 5 80.0 57 0 1 45 9 28 8 20 0 6

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Jackson Kolderup 9 SOPHOMORE • KICKER 5-11 • 175 lbs. Hometown (High School): Palatine, Ill. (William Fremd) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Mechanical Engineering

2016: Was the team’s kickoff specialist during the 2016 season, appearing in all 10 games… Tallied 64 kickoffs during the year, averaging 56.2 yards per kick… Also punted twice during the year, averaging 43.0 yards per punt. Personal: Was a four-year member of the William Fremd High School football team... Coached by Bernard Sponsel... Was named his team’s Special Teams Most Valuable Player and to the 2016 all-conference team... Was a Daily Herald Honorable Mention... Set a school-record with a 52-yard field goal... Notched 38 touchbacks on 45 kickoffs... Named to his high school’s honor roll on three occasions... Also played baseball and wrestling... Born September 28... Son of Steve and Heidi.

Andrew Lease

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SOPHOMORE • DEFENSIVE LINE 6-2 • 245 lbs. Hometown (High School): Pittsburgh, Pa. (Seton-LaSalle Catholic) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Finance 2016: Played in four games for the Spartans during his freshman season… Finished the year with four tackles. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Seton-LaSalle Catholic High School football team, serving as a team co-captain during his senior year... Coached by Damon Rosol... Was an All-Conference selection at both defensive end and offensive tackle his senior year... Tallied 33 tackles and six sacks his senior season... Winner of the RPI Medal for Math and Science... National Honors Society member... Academic Games National Finalist... Also played baseball, earning all-section honors as a catcher... Born October 10... Son of Brian and Crystal.

LEASE CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2016 1 3 4 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 CAREER 1 3 4 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

PATRICK CROSSEY

JULIAN KINARD

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Munyaradzi Mangwende 11

SOPHOMORE • CORNERBACK 5-10 • 165 lbs. Hometown (High School): Baltimore, Md. (Western School of Tech. & Environmental Sci.) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Nursing 2016: Played in five games as a freshman, seeing the majority of time on special teams… Finished the year with three tackles. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Western School of Technology and Environmental Science, serving as a team captain during both his junior and senior years.... Coached by Alan Lagon... Was his team’s Defensive Most Valuable Player and a McCormick Unsung Hero Nominee... Notched seven career interceptions... Named to the Honor Roll and earned the Scholar’s Award each year of high school... Also played lacrosse... Born May 9... Son of Farai and Prisca.

MANGWENDE CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2016 0 3 0 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 CAREER 0 3 0 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

Brett Marcus

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SOPHOMORE • OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 6-2 • 210 lbs. Hometown (High School): Johnson City, Tenn. (Science Hill) Letters Earned: 1 Major: History & Political Science

2016: Played in one game during his freshman season, making his collegiate debut against Bethany. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Science Hill High School football team, serving as a team captain... Coached by Stacey Carver... Named to the all-conference first team following his senior year, and earned an all-conference honorable mention his junior campaign... Was a Tennessee Scholar Honors Graduate and an International Latin Exam Silver Medalist... Also played baseball and competed in track... Born December 10... Son of Josh and Kimberly.

Austin Navarrette 14 SOPHOMORE • WIDE RECEIVER 6-3 • 218 lbs. Hometown (High School): Roanoke, Texas (Northwest) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Civil Engineering

2016: Appeared in four games during his freshman season, making his collegiate debut against the University of Chicago. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Northwest High School football team, serving as a team captain during both his junior and senior years... Coached by Bill Poe... Was an alldistrict honorable mention his senior year... An Elite Academic All-State selection his senior year... Also played basketball and competed in track in high school... Born March 13... Son of Jerry and Dana.

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Chan Park

SOPHOMORE • WIDE RECEIVER 5-11 • 165 lbs. Hometown (High School): Copley, Ohio (Copley) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Biochemistry

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2016: Did not appear in a varsity game for the Spartans during his freshman season. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Copley High School football team, serving as the team captain during his senior season... Also played baseball in high school... Born September 19... Son of Dong and Sandy.

Adam Poltrack 56 SOPHOMORE • DEFENSIVE END 6-6 • 215 lbs. Hometown (High School): Mountain View, Calif. (Saint Francis) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Computer Science

2016: Appeared in two games off the bench for the Spartans during his freshman season, making his collegiate debut during the team’s season-opening win over Chicago. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Saint Francis High School football team... Coached by Greg Calcagano... Was a WCAL All-League First Team selection in 2015... SJ Mercury News Prep Football First Team Defense... 2015 All-Daily News First Team Defense... 2016 Charlie Wedemeyer All-Star Team... Also played basketball and competed in track and field... Born April 11... Son of Les and Alice.

Brandon Rabah 33 SOPHOMORE • RUNNING BACK 5-9 • 195 lbs. Hometown (High School): Cincinnati, Ohio (Archbishop Moeller) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Cognitive Science

2016: Did not appear in a varsity game for the Spartans during his freshman season. Personal: Was a fouryear member of the Archbishop Moeller High School football team... Coached by John Rodenberg... Spanish Honors Society member... Also played rugby... Born August 18... Son of Kelly and Mazen.

JACKSON KOLDERUP

MARIO ROBAINA

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Mario Robaina 21 SOPHOMORE • WIDE RECEIVER 5-10 • 170 lbs. Hometown (High School): Miami, Fla. (Belen Jesuit Prep) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Accounting

2016: Appeared in five games during his freshman campaign, seeing the majority of his playing time on special teams… Returned one kick for 21 yards during the team’s win over Bethany… Added four punt returns during the year for 28 yards, averaging 7.0 yards per return… Caught three passes for 22 yards during the season, including a 13-yard reception against Bethany. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Belen Jesuit Preparatory football team, serving as a team captain during his junior and senior years... Coached by Richard Steward... Also played baseball... Born September 23... Son of Mario and Marilyn.

ROBAINA CAREER STATISTICS

OFFENSIVE Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 RETURNS KR Yds. Avg. TD Long 1 21 21.0 0 21 1 21 21.0 0 21

Season Rush 2016 0 CAREER 0

Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 0 3 22 7.3 0 13 0 3 22 7.3 0 13

Season 2016 CAREER

PR Yds. Avg. TD Long 4 28 7.0 0 11 4 28 7.0 0 11

Spiros Romell

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SOPHOMORE • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-3 • 275 lbs. Hometown (High School): North Olmsted, Ohio (North Olmsted) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Engineering 2016: Played in two games off the bench for the Spartans during his freshman year, making his collegiate debut against Saint Vincent. Personal: Was a four-year member of the North Olmsted High School football team, serving as the captain during his senior year... Coached by Tim Brediger... Named to the all-conference first team during his senior year, and the all-conference second team his junior campaign... Selected to the Honor Roll all four years of high school... Also played basketball... Born April 9... Son of Andrew and Audrey.

Josh Schlichting 78

SOPHOMORE • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-2 • 265 lbs. Hometown (High School): Upper Saint Clair, Pa. (Upper Saint Clair) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Computer & Electrical Engineering 2016: Did not appear in a varsity game for the Spartans during his freshman season. Personal: Was a fouryear member of the Upper Saint Clair High School football team... Coached by Jim Render... Winner of the Great American Rivalry Series National Athletic Scholar Award in 2015... Also competed in track and field... Born February 22... Son of Bill and Jane. 50

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Thomas Strayer 66 SOPHOMORE • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-3 • 260 lbs. Hometown (High School): Mentor, Ohio (Mentor) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Mechanical Engineering

2016: Played in three games off the bench for the Spartans’ offensive line during his freshman season. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Mentor High School football team... Coached by Steve Trivisonno... Named to the News Herald and AP Northeast Lakes District Second Teams... A Greater Cleveland Conference Honorable Mention... Member of the Lake County Touchdown Club... Honor Roll every semester... Graduated from high school Summa Cum Laude... Also competed in track and field... Born October 27... Son of Scott and Maggie... Father, Scott, played football and competed in track and field at Rose Hulman.

Isaac Withrow

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SOPHOMORE • INSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0 • 225 lbs. Hometown (High School): Winfield, W. Va. (Winfield) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Computer Science

2016: Played in eight games during his freshman campaign, seeing the majority of his playing time of special teams… Recorded 14 tackles during the season, including a career-best five during the team’s win over Westminster. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Winfield High School football team, serving as a team captain during his junior and senior seasons... Coached by Craig Snyder... Three-time All-State and All-Mountain State Athletic Conference selection... Two-time team Defensive Most Valuable Player... All-Kanawha Valley as a senior and sophomore... Herald Dispatch All Tri-State as a junior and senior... High School Valedictorian and a National Merit Finalist... WCHS Scholar-Athlete of the Week... Also played baseball and wrestled... Born February 27... Son of Clint and Angie... Father, Clint, played football at West Virginia Tech and West Virginia State.

WITHROW CAREER STATISTICS Season UT AT Total TFL-Yds. Sack-Yds Int-Yds BRUP FR-Yds. FF KB 2016 11 3 14 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 CAREER 11 3 14 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

ISAAC WITHROW

ADAM ZYBKO

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Adam Zybko

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SOPHOMORE • TIGHT END 6-4 • 210 lbs. Hometown (High School): Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Glenbard West) Letters Earned: 1 Major: Finance

2016: Played in eight games during his freshman season… Caught six passes for 91 yards… Tallied an 18 yard catch against Washington for the first reception of his career… Recorded career-bests with four receptions for 64 yards against Westminster. Personal: Was a four-year member of the Glenbard West High School football team... Coached by Chad Hetlet... West Suburban All-Conference and Illinois State All-Academic as a senior... Won the 2016 Glenbard West Coaches’ Award... Helped lead his squad to the Illinois 7A State Championship... An honor roll selection each of his four years of high school... Also played volleyball and rugby, and competed in track and field... Born September 24... Son of Jerry and Susan. Season 2016 CAREER

Rush 0 0

ZYBKO CAREER STATISTICS

Yds. Lost Net Avg. TD Long Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 6 91 15.2 0 32 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 6 91 15.2 0 32

SPARTAN NEWCOMERS Michael Amadio

42

Matthew Boss

14

Michael Babbit

64

Brett Carney

52

Dominic Barandica

59

Steven Clark

45

Jacob Berg

83

Joshua Clopp

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FRESHMAN • INSIDE LINEBACKER 5-11 • 190 lbs. Hometown (High School): Davidson, N.C. (William Amos Hough) Major: Economics

FRESHMAN • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-0 • 230 lbs. Hometown (High School): Export, Pa. (Franklin Regional) Major: Mechanical Engineering

FRESHMAN • OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0 • 210 lbs. Hometown (High School): Modesto, Calif. (Joseph A. Gregori) Major: Biology

FRESHMAN • WIDE RECEIVER 6-1 • 185 lbs. Hometown (High School): Clinton, N.J. (North Hunterdon) Major: Accounting

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FRESHMAN • QUARTERBACK 5-10 • 165 lbs. Hometown (High School): East Aurora, N.Y. (East Aurora) Major: Marketing

FRESHMAN • OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0 • 200 lbs. Hometown (High School): Irwin, Pa. (Penn-Trafford) Major: Undecided

FRESHMAN • OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 5-11 • 160 lbs. Hometown (High School): Rochester, N.Y. (Rush-Henrietta Senior) Major: Computer Engineering

FRESHMAN • OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0 • 200 lbs. Hometown (High School): Canonsburg, Pa. (Canon-McMillan) Major: Biomechanical Engineering

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SPARTAN NEWCOMERS Kanyon Combs

60

Dee Gose

73

Grant Cook

94

Zach Hall

25

Joe Dinko

18

Travis Johnston

50

David Dolansky

80

Ryan Jones

69

Jacob Ebright

FRESHMAN • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-1 • 215 lbs. Hometown (High School): New Albany, Ohio (New Albany) Major: Biology

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John Feczko

70

FRESHMAN • SAFETY 5-6 • 145 lbs. Hometown (High School): Pittsburgh, Pa. (West Allegheny) Major: Chemical Engineering

Corey King

37

Tahrieq Koonce

40

FRESHMAN • LONG SNAPPER 6-2 • 185 lbs. Hometown (High School): Huntersville, N.C. (Lake Norman Charter) Major: Biomedical Engineering

FRESHMAN • DEFENSIVE END 6-1 • 220 lbs. Hometown (High School): Alvarado, Texas (Alvarado) Major: Biomedical Engineering

FRESHMAN • WIDE RECEIVER 5-11 • 175 lbs. Hometown (High School): Chardon, Ohio (Chardon) Major: Business Finance

FRESHMAN • TIGHT END 6-2 • 210 lbs. Hometown (High School): Brecksville, Ohio (University School) Major: Undecided

FRESHMAN • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-3 • 270 lbs. Hometown (High School): Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel Area) Major: Biomedical Engineering

Mason Gee-Montgomery

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FRESHMAN • QUARTERBACK 5-11 • 185 lbs. Hometown (High School): Stockbridge, Mich. (Stockbridge) Major: Finance

FRESHMAN • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-2 • 275 lbs. Hometown (High School): Lewisburg, Pa. (Lewisburg Area) Major: Finance

FRESHMAN • RUNNING BACK 5-8 • 180 lbs. Hometown (High School): New Albany, Ohio (New Albany) Major: Finance

FRESHMAN • INSIDE LINEBACKER 5-11 • 200 lbs. Hometown (High School): Zanesville, Ohio (Bishop Rosencrans) Major: Finance

FRESHMAN • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-2 • 265 lbs. Hometown (High School): Warren, Ohio (Howard) Major: Pre-Medicine & Biochemistry

Nick Kadlecik

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FRESHMAN • CORNERBACK 5-10 • 170 lbs. Hometown (High School): Hammond, La. (La. School for Math, Science & the Arts) Major: Aerospace Engineering

FRESHMAN • INSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0 • 185 lbs. Hometown (High School): Mount Vernon, N.Y. (Milbrook School) Major: Aerospace Engineering

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SPARTAN NEWCOMERS Dermot Marsh

72

Andrew Rossman

26

Trey Minnich

85

Brennan Ryan

65

Colt Morgan

86

Quinn Saluan

4

Connor Plaska

98

Alexander Sfakianos

37

Anthony Polizzi

67

Justin Stanko

97

Weston Roberts

75

Austin Subler

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FRESHMAN • DEFENSIVE LINE 6-2 • 190 lbs. Hometown (High School): Westminster, Calif. (Brethren Christian) Major: Undecided

FRESHMAN • WIDE RECEIVER 6-0 • 175 lbs. Hometown (High School): LaGrange, Ohio (Keystone) Major: Engineering

FRESHMAN • WIDE RECEIVER 6-5 • 195 lbs. Hometown (High School): Wooster, Ohio (Wooster) Major: Biomedical Engineering

FRESHMAN • DEFENSIVE END 6-0 • 225 lbs. Hometown (High School): Springfield, Va. (West Springfield) Major: Chemical Engineering

FRESHMAN • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-1 • 270 lbs. Hometown (High School): Brockport, N.Y. (Brockport) Major: Economics

FRESHMAN • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-0 • 245 lbs. Hometown (High School): Pittsburgh, Pa. (Our Lady of the Sacred Heart) Major: Engineering

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GRADUATE STUDENT • CORNERBACK 6-0 • 190 lbs. Hometown (High School): North Royalton, Ohio (North Royalton) Major: Accounting

FRESHMAN • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-1• 275 lbs. Hometown (High School): Green, Ohio (Green) Major: Civil Engineering

FRESHMAN • KICKER 5-10 • 170 lbs. Hometown (High School): Hinckley, Ohio (Walsh Jesuit) Major: Chemical Engineering

FRESHMAN • KICKER 5-11 • 202 lbs. Hometown (High School): San Mateo, Calif. (Crystal Spring Uplands) Major: Undecided

FRESHMAN • NOSE GUARD 6-3 • 270 lbs. Hometown (High School): Chardon, Ohio (Chardon) Major: Engineering

FRESHMAN • INSIDE LINEBACKER 6-2 • 220 lbs. Hometown (High School): Tipp City, Ohio (Tippecanoe) Major: Electrical Engineering

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SPARTAN NEWCOMERS Joshua Smith

36

Jack Williams

63

Cooper Tulloch

31

Chase Witte

10

Kyle Turcovsky

24

Phillip Wyatt

77

Brian Victor

49

Jake Vent

61

Jacob Vore

95

Dylan Zegers

99

Skyler Wadas

51

Houruiyang Zong

71

FRESHMAN • OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0 • 185 lbs. Hometown (High School): Atlanta, Ga. (Mays) Major: Business Management & Biomedical

FRESHMAN • SAFETY 6-0 • 180 lbs. Hometown (High School): Boca Raton, Fla. (Boca Raton Community) Major: Undecided

FRESHMAN • RUNNING BACK 5-7 • 170 lbs. Hometown (High School): North Huntingdon, Pa. (Norwin) Major: Chemistry

FRESHMAN • INSIDE LINEBACKER 6-0 • 190 lbs. Hometown (High School): Canton, Mich. (Father Gabriel Richard) Major: Pre-Medicine

FRESHMAN • DEFENSIVE END 6-2 • 230 lbs. Hometown (High School): Doylestown, Pa. (Lawrenceville School (N.J.)) Major: Mechanical Engineering

FRESHMAN • OUTSIDE LINEBACKER 5-9 • 205 lbs. Hometown (High School): Clovis, N.M. (Clovis) Major: Mechanical Engineering

FRESHMAN • LONG SNAPPER 6-2 • 180 lbs. Hometown (High School): Westerville, Ohio (Westerville North) Major: Mechanical Engineering

FRESHMAN • WIDE RECEIVER 5-11 • 190 lbs. Hometown (High School): Cincinnati, Ohio (Milford) Major: Engineering

FRESHMAN • OFFENSIVE LINE 6-1 • 295 lbs. Hometown (High School): St. Louis, Mo. (Chaminade) Major: Biomedical Engineering

JUNIOR • DEFENSIVE LINE 5-9 • 235 lbs. Hometown (High School): Kokomo, Ind. (Northwestern) Major: Political Science & Economics

FRESHMAN • DEFENSIVE END 6-0 • 215 lbs. Hometown (High School): Marietta, Ga. (Alan C. Pope) Major: Finance

FRESHMAN • DEFENSIVE END 5-11 • 245 lbs. Hometown (High School): Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel Area) Major: Pre-Medicine

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2016 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS Date Sep 03 * Sep 17 * Sep 24 * Oct 01 * Oct 08 * Oct 15 * Oct 22 Oct 29 *Nov 05 *Nov 12

Opponent UNIV. OF CHICAGO at Grove City at Waynesburg SAINT VINCENT at Bethany THIEL GENEVA at Washington U. at Westminster CARNEGIE MELLON

Score W 45-17 W 55-0 W 35-7 W 53-28 W 37-14 W 48-21 W 16-14 W 56-38 W 26-22 L 21-26

Overall 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 8-0 9-0 9-1

PAC 0-0 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 6-0 7-0 7-1

Time Attend 2:30 1762 4:00 2000 2:30 600 3:05 1565 2:42 1274 2:30 2133 2:25 1124 3:00 2023 2:40 1145 2:40 1946

ALL CAPS indicates home game * indicates conference game

SCORE BY QUARTERS

CASE WESTERN RESERVE OPPONENTS

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total

103 57

86 50

121 37

82 43

0 0

392 187

2016 TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY CWRU OPP SCORING 392 187 Points Per Game 39.2 18.7 FIRST DOWNS 257 173 Rushing 138 74 Passing 101 85 Penalty 18 14 RUSHING YARDAGE 2579 1299 Yards gained rushing 2783 1549 Yards lost rushing 204 250 Rushing Attempts 501 350 Average Per Rush 5.1 3.7 Average Per Game 257.9 129.9 TDs Rushing 34 9 PASSING YARDAGE 2400 1908 Att-Comp-Int 297-177-12 334-172-15 Average Per Pass 8.1 5.7 Average Per Catch 13.6 11.1 Average Per Game 240.0 190.8 TDs Passing 19 14 TOTAL OFFENSE 4979 3207 Total Plays 798 684 Average Per Play 6.2 4.7 Average Per Game 497.9 320.7 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 31-505 64-1204 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 30-343 9-67 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 15-132 12-196

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CATEGORY CWRU OPP KICK RETURN AVERAGE 16.3 18.8 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 11.4 7.4 INT RETURN AVERAGE 8.8 16.3 FUMBLES-LOST 13-6 20-9 PENALTIES-Yards 48-458 60-603 Average Per Game 45.8 60.3 PUNTS-Yards 28-1118 65-2458 Average Per Punt 39.9 37.8 Net punt average 36.1 31.9 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 32:49 27:11 3RD-DOWN Conversions 68/141 44/151 3rd-Down Pct 48% 29% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 11/33 9/23 4th-Down Pct 33% 39% SACKS BY-Yards 20-123 18-85 MISC YARDS 0 9 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 54 25 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 5-7 4-6 ON-SIDE KICKS 1-1 2-3 RED-ZONE SCORES 45-56 80% 17-27 63% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 40-56 71% 13-27 48% PAT-ATTEMPTS 47-52 90% 21-22 95% ATTENDANCE 8530 7042 Games/Avg Per Game 5/1706 5/1408

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2016 INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE STATISTICS RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Burke, Jacob 10-8 172 1083 18 1065 6.2 16 61 106.5 Cuda, Rob 10-10 160 1000 92 908 5.7 12 39 90.8 Brown Jr., Jeffrie 9-3 45 229 28 201 4.5 2 33 22.3 Anthony, Myles 6-2 48 189 4 185 3.9 3 21 30.8 Aguilar, Aaron 10-5 35 155 4 151 4.3 1 18 15.1 Jenkins, Sam 8-0 4 33 0 33 8.2 0 18 4.1 Guenther, Stephen 6-0 7 30 0 30 4.3 0 13 5.0 Kinard, Julian 6-0 9 28 8 20 2.2 0 6 3.3 Hurd, Zak 8-2 2 14 0 14 7.0 0 8 1.8 Warren Jr., Kenny 7-0 2 8 0 8 4.0 0 4 1.1 Phan, Justin 10-8 1 6 0 6 6.0 0 6 0.6 Coolidge, Ryan 7-0 1 5 0 5 5.0 0 5 0.7 Wassmann, JP 2-0 1 3 0 3 3.0 0 3 1.5 Carniol, Ben 10-0 1 0 5 -5 -5.0 0 0 -0.5 TEAM 9-0 13 0 45 -45 -3.5 0 0 -5.0 Total 10 501 2783 204 2579 5.1 34 61 257.9 Opponents 10 350 1549 250 1299 3.7 9 45 129.9 PASSING G Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds Cuda, Rob 10-10 142.60 171-287-10 59.6 2328 Kinard, Julian 6-0 135.76 4-5-1 80.0 57 Guenther, Stephen 6-0 108.67 2-3-0 66.7 15 Coolidge, Ryan 7-0 -200.00 0-1-1 0.0 0 TEAM 9-0 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 Total 10 140.51 177-297-12 59.6 2400 Opponents 10 104.33 172-334-15 51.5 1908 RECEIVING Lynch, Brendan Phan, Justin Spitalli, Joey Tulloch, Hunter Zybko, Adam Burke, Jacob Hurd, Zak Coolidge, Ryan Friedsam, Justin Robaina, Mario Medved, Zech Aguilar, Aaron Brown Jr., Jeffrie Orsini, Giuseppe Total Opponents

G 10-9 10-8 6-4 10-5 8-0 10-8 8-2 7-0 9-2 5-0 2-1 10-5 9-3 3-0 10 10

TD Lng Avg/G 19 72 232.8 0 45 9.5 0 13 2.5 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 19 72 240.0 14 70 190.8

No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 67 1049 15.7 12 72 104.9 46 511 11.1 3 36 51.1 18 167 9.3 2 18 27.8 16 299 18.7 1 55 29.9 6 91 15.2 0 32 11.4 4 83 20.8 1 52 8.3 4 47 11.8 0 26 5.9 4 28 7.0 0 9 4.0 3 63 21.0 0 34 7.0 3 22 7.3 0 13 4.4 3 18 6.0 0 8 9.0 1 12 12.0 0 12 1.2 1 8 8.0 0 8 0.9 1 2 2.0 0 2 0.7 177 2400 13.6 19 72 240.0 172 1908 11.1 14 70 190.8

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No. Yds Avg TD Long 15 284 18.9 0 29 10 143 14.3 0 29 2 31 15.5 0 27 2 26 13.0 0 19 1 21 21.0 0 21 1 0 0.0 0 0 31 505 16.3 0 29 64 1204 18.8 0 46

INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long Demery, Chanan 4 25 6.2 0 15 Kwon, Nick 3 76 25.3 0 45 Cannon, Adrian 3 27 9.0 0 27 Fabiniak, Daniel 2 0 0.0 0 0 McMahon, Justin 1 0 0.0 0 0 Doty, Tyler 1 4 4.0 0 4 Habeeb, Alex 1 0 0.0 0 0 Total 15 132 8.8 0 45 Opponents 12 196 16.3 2 63 ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KR IR Tot Avg/G Lynch, Brendan 10 0 1049 0 284 0 1333 133.3 Burke, Jacob 10 1065 83 0 0 0 1148 114.8 Phan, Justin 10 6 511 270 143 0 930 93.0 Cuda, Rob 10 908 0 0 0 0 908 90.8 Tulloch, Hunter 10 0 299 0 0 0 299 29.9 Brown Jr., Jeffrie 9 201 8 0 0 0 209 23.2 Anthony, Myles 6 185 0 0 0 0 185 30.8 Spitalli, Joey 6 0 167 0 0 0 167 27.8 Aguilar, Aaron 10 151 12 0 0 0 163 16.3 Kwon, Nick 10 0 0 32 0 76 108 10.8 Zybko, Adam 8 0 91 0 0 0 91 11.4 Robaina, Mario 5 0 22 28 21 0 71 14.2 Friedsam, Justin 9 0 63 0 0 0 63 7.0 Hurd, Zak 8 14 47 0 0 0 61 7.6 Coolidge, Ryan 7 5 28 0 0 0 33 4.7 Jenkins, Sam 8 33 0 0 0 0 33 4.1 Calhoun, Cody 1 0 0 0 31 0 31 31.0 Guenther, Stephen 6 30 0 0 0 0 30 5.0 Cannon, Adrian 10 0 0 0 0 27 27 2.7 McKelvey, John 6 0 0 0 26 0 26 4.3 Demery, Chanan 9 0 0 0 0 25 25 2.8 Kinard, Julian 6 20 0 0 0 0 20 3.3 Medved, Zech 2 0 18 0 0 0 18 9.0 Lockamy, Jason 10 0 0 13 0 0 13 1.3 Warren Jr., Kenny 7 8 0 0 0 0 8 1.1 Doty, Tyler 5 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.8 Wassmann, JP 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 1.5 Orsini, Giuseppe 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 0.7 Carniol, Ben 10 -5 0 0 0 0 -5 -0.5 TEAM 9 -45 0 0 0 0 -45 -5.0 Total 10 2579 2400 343 505 132 5959 595.9 Opponents 10 1299 1908 67 1204 196 4674 467.49

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2016 INDIVIDUAL SPECIALTY STATISTICS PUNTING Burke, Jacob Kolderup, Jackson Total Opponents

No. Yds 26 1032 2 86 28 1118 65 2458

KICKOFFS Kolderup, Jackson Park, Won Kun Carniol, Ben Salerno, Weston Burke, Jacob Total Opponents FIELD GOALS Ben Carniol

Avg Long 39.7 53 43.0 43 39.9 53 37.8 59

No. Yds 64 3598 3 154 1 41 1 52 1 46 70 3891 35 1937 FGM-FGA 5-7

Pct 71.4

TB FC I20 50+ Blkd 1 3 8 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 8 4 0 2 9 15 9 2

Avg TB OB 56.2 7 0 51.3 0 0 41.0 0 0 52.0 0 0 46.0 0 0 55.6 7 0 55.3 5 0

01-19 0-0

20-29 4-6

30-39 1-1

40-49 0-0

50-99 0-0

Lg Blk 35 1

FG SEQUENCE UC GC WAY SVC BET THI GEN WASHU TMC CMU CWRU (35) 26 - (21) (28) (24) (27) - (26) Opponents (28) - - - - (31), 35 36 (19) - (21) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate made field goal SCORING Burke, Jacob Cuda, Rob Lynch, Brendan Carniol, Ben Phan, Justin Anthony, Myles Spitalli, Joey Brown Jr., Jeffrie Aguilar, Aaron Tulloch, Hunter TEAM Total Opponents

| -------------------- PAT -------------------- | TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points 17 - - - - - - - 102 12 - - 1-1 - 1-1 - - 74 12 - - - - - - - 72 - 5-7 47-51 - - - - - 62 4 - - - - - - - 24 3 - - - - - - - 18 2 - - - 1 - - - 14 2 - - - - - - - 12 1 - - - - - - - 6 1 - - - - - - - 6 - - 0-1 - - - - 1 2 54 5-7 47-52 1-1 1 1-1 - 1 392 25 4-6 21-22 - - 0-3 - 2 187

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2016 INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS |-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick 30 McMahon, Justin 10-10 38 38 76 4.5-13 . 1-0 1 . 2-0 . . 2 Kwon, Nick 10-10 48 18 66 4.0-15 1.0-7 3-76 8 1 . 1 2 28 Crossey, Patrick 10-9 40 24 64 1.5-3 . . 6 . 1-0 3 . 8 Demery, Chanan 9-9 32 19 51 2.0-5 . 4-25 1 2 . 3 . 52 Brown, Cameron 10-10 23 24 47 13.5-72 4.5-34 . 5 6 2-0 2 . 6 Banathy, Andrew 6-6 16 24 40 5.5-13 1.0-4 . 1 1 . . . 7 Cannon, Adrian 10-9 25 13 38 1.0-3 . 3-27 7 . 1-0 . . 2S Fabiniak, Daniel 8-3 19 12 31 0.5-1 . 2-0 2 . . . . 43 Habeeb, Alex 9-7 21 10 31 8.5-34 3.0-19 1-0 2 . . . . 74 Henderson, Ian 8-6 7 22 29 1.0-2 . . . . . . . 14 Madison, Jeep 9-2 14 12 26 4.5-20 1.5-4 . 2 2 . . . 90 Lockamy, Jason 10-5 12 14 26 4.5-14 1.5-9 . . 3 2-0 . 1 4 Orantes, Andre 8-3 18 7 25 . . . 2 . . . . 38 Traganza, David 8-3 7 13 20 . . . . . . . . 49 Doty, Tyler 5-5 5 11 16 1.0-1 . 1-4 . 2 . . . 32 Withrow, Isaac 8-0 11 3 14 . . . . . . . . 44 Techman, Dan 10-0 9 4 13 4.5-29 4.0-27 . 1 3 . . . 22 Lyon, Zach 2-2 9 3 12 3.5-15 2.5-14 . . . . . . 33 Williams, Owen 7-1 5 6 11 1.0-1 . . . . . . . 5 Calhoun, Cody 1-1 3 5 8 . . . . . . . . 45 Briercheck, Tim 4-0 3 4 7 . . . 1 . . . . 21 McKelvey, John 6-2 4 2 6 . . . . . . . . 98 McNamara, Brian 5-0 1 4 5 1.0-5 1.0-5 . . . . . . 25 Brown Jr., Jeffrie 9-3 3 2 5 . . . . . . . . 93 Graziani, Will 5-0 2 3 5 1.0-3 . . . . . 1 . 51 Lease, Andrew 4-4 1 3 4 . . . . . . . . 37 Mangwende, Munyaradzi 5-0 . 3 3 . . . . . . . . 41 Warren Jr., Kenny 7-0 . 3 3 . . . . . . . . 34 Aguilar, Aaron 10-5 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . 20 Chrissis, Kevin 4-0 3 . 3 . . . 1 . . . . 96 Bushman, Tyler 4-0 1 1 2 . . . . 1 . . . 9 Cuda, Rob 10-10 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . 9 Kolderup, Jackson 10-0 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . 35 Willis, Mitchell 2-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . 15 Coolidge, Ryan 7-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . 27 Jenkins, Sam 8-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . 23 Burke, Jacob 10-8 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . 79 Bachie, Steven 10-10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . 89 Zybko, Adam 8-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . 99 LeMaster, Peter 1-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . 77 Clontz, Derek 6-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . 55 Blair, Gage 10-10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . TM TEAM 9-0 . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Poltrack, Adam 2-0 . . . . . . . 1 . . . Total 10 393 310 703 63-249 20-123 15-132 40 22 8-0 10 3 Opponents 10 465 390 855 49-160 18-85 12-196 41 5 5-0 7 4

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CASE WESTERN RESERVE ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS SINCE 1970

Opponents Alfred Albion Allegheny Bethany (W. Va.) Buffalo State Carnegie Mellon Centre Chicago Coast Guard Defiance Denison DePauw Earlham Frostburg State Gallaudet Geneva Grove City Hiram John Carroll Kalamazoo Kenyon Kings Point Linfield Loyola Marietta Maryville Oberlin Ohio Wesleyan Otterbein Puget Sound Rochester Rose Hulman St. Vincent Thiel Thomas More Trine Trinity (Texas) Ursinus Wabash Washington & Jefferson Washington & Lee Washington (Mo.) Waynesburg Westminster (Pa.) Widener Wilmington Wittenberg Wooster All-time

Overall W L T 0 2 0 1 0 0 8 20 0 5 12 0 2 0 0 18 27 0 2 0 0 13 14 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 18 7 1 0 1 0 7 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 4 1 0 1 1 0 11 11 1 9 9 1 0 1 0 11 15 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 31 6 0 9 9 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 10 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 8 9 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 8 10 0 1 1 0 11 20 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 9 0 12 13 0 217 231 4

Home W L T 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 10 0 2 6 0 1 0 0 13 13 0 1 0 0 9 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 11 2 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 0 4 5 1 0 0 0 5 8 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 16 2 0 6 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 5 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 6 0 1 0 0 6 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 8 5 0 119 111 1

Away W L T First Last 0 1 0 2004 2005 1 0 0 1983 1983 5 10 0 1970 2011 3 6 0 1970 2016 1 0 0 2002 2003 5 15 0 1970 2016 1 0 0 1978 1979 4 9 0 1990 2016 0 1 0 1970 1971 1 0 0 2005 2005 7 5 1 1984 2011 0 0 0 1987 1987 3 1 0 1989 1999 0 1 0 2012 2013 1 0 0 2007 2007 1 1 0 1976 2016 1 1 0 2006 2016 6 5 1 1972 2012 5 4 0 1970 2011 0 1 0 2002 2002 6 7 1 1972 2009 1 0 0 2000 2001 0 0 0 2013 2013 0 0 0 1970 1970 1 0 0 2012 2013 1 0 0 2002 2004 15 4 0 1972 2013 3 6 0 1984 2012 0 0 0 2003 2003 1 0 0 2013 2013 6 4 0 1990 2011 0 1 0 2000 2001 0 1 0 2007 2016 3 5 0 1970 2016 0 1 0 2014 2015 0 0 0 2009 2009 0 0 0 2013 2013 0 0 0 2006 2006 0 0 0 2007 2008 5 4 0 1970 2015 0 1 0 2005 2005 5 10 0 1985 2016 1 1 0 2014 2016 1 0 0 2016 2016 0 0 0 2007 2007 0 1 0 1970 1971 1 4 0 1989 2012 4 8 0 1984 2012 98 120 3

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FUTURE SCHEDULES 2018

SEPT. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 SEPT. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 OCT. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 NOV. 3 NOV. 10

ROCHESTER^ Bye at Grove City * THIEL * at Westminster (Pa.) * at Washington & Jefferson * SAINT VINCENT * at Geneva * at Bethany * WAYNESBURG * CARNEGIE MELLON * ^

2019

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 SEPT. 21 Sept. 28 OCT. 5 OCT. 12 Oct. 19 OCT. 26 NOV. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

at Rochester ^ Bye GROVE CITY * at Thiel * WESTMINSTER (PA.) * WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON * at Saint Vincent * GENEVA * BETHANY * at Waynesburg * at Carnegie Mellon * ^

* Denotes Presidents’ Athletic Conference game ^ Denotes University Athletic Association game CAPS and BOLD denotes home game

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MAROONS September 2, 2017

12:00 p.m. CT • Stagg Field • Chicago, Ill. Location: Chicago, Ill. Enrollment: 15,365 (5,971 undergraduate) President: Robert J. Zimmer Athletic Director: Erin McDermott Conference: University Athletic Association Football Affiliate Conference: The Midwest Conference Colors: Maroon and White Stadium: Stagg Field Surface/Capacity: FieldTurf/1,650 2016 Records: 4-6, 0-3 UAA, 4-4 SAA Head Coach: Chris Wilkerson (Eastern Illinois ’74) Record at School: 24-15 (fifth season) Overall Record: 24-15 (fifth season) Offensive System: Multi Spread Defensive System: 4-3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 47/27 Starters Returning/Lost: 12/12 SID: Nathan Lindquist Email: nlindquist@uchicago.edu Office Phone/Fax: (773) 702-4638/702-6517 Pressbox Phone: (773) 667-1956 Website: athletics.uchicago.edu

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Overall: Chicago leads, 14-13 Current Win Streak: Case Western Reserve, 1 Year Loc. W/L Score 1990 H W 25-0 1991 A W 16-15 1992 H W 23-14 1993 A L 33-16 1994 H L 29-27 1995 A L 24-21 1996 H W 7-0 1997 A L 14-6 1998 H L 16-6 1999 A L 41-21 2000 H L 27-7 2001 A L 51-34 2002 H L 49-39 2003 A L 27-13

Year Loc. W/L Score 2004 H W 27-23 2005 A L 23-7 2006 H W 10-9 2007 A W 35-3 2008 H W 38-24 2009 A W 38-24 2010 A L 24-20 2011 H W 6-0 2012 A W 28-15 2013 H W 16-3 2014 H L 20-10 2015 A L 31-30 2016 H W 45-17

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GROVE CITY WOLVERINES September 16, 2017

7:00 p.m. • DiSanto Field • Cleveland, Ohio Location: Grove City, Pa. Enrollment: 2,400 President: Paul J. McNulty, J.D. Athletic Director: Todd Gibson Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Colors: Crimson & White Stadium: Robert E. Thorn Field Surface/Capacity: FieldTurf/3,500 2016 Records: 0-10, 0-8 PAC Head Coach: Andrew DiDonato (Grove City ‘10) Record at School: 0-10 (second season) Overall Record: 0-10 (second season) Offensive System: Spread Defensive System: 4-2-5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 39/19 Starters Returning/Lost: 17/6

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: Series tied, 1-1 Current Win Streak: Case Western Reserve, 1 Year Loc. W/L Score 2006 A L 40-33 2016 A W 55-0

SID: R.A. Briggs Email: rabriggs@gcc.edu Office Phone/Fax: (724) 458-3365/458-3855 Pressbox Phone: (724) 458-2150 Website: athletics.gcc.edu

WAYNESBURG UNIVERSITY YELLOW JACKETS September 23, 2017

7:00 p.m. • DiSanto Field • Cleveland, Ohio Location: Waynesburg, Pa. Enrollment: 1,500 President: Douglas G. Lee Athletic Director: Larry Marshall Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Colors: Orange & Black Stadium: John F. Wiley Stadium Surface/Capacity: FieldTurf/4,000 2016 Records: 2-8, 2-6 PAC Interim Head Coach: Chris Smithley (Waynesburg ‘09) Record at School: 0-0 (first season) Overall Record: 0-0 (first season) Offensive System: Multiple Pro Defensive System: Multiple 8-Man Front Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 24/28 Starters Returning/Lost: 11/13

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: Case Western Reserve leads, 2-1 Current Win Streak: Case Western Reserve, 2 Year Loc. W/L Score 2014 A L 35-15 2015 H W 45-14 2016 A W 35-7

SID: Bobby Fox Email: rfox@waynesburg.edu Office Phone/Fax: (724) 852-3334/7602 Pressbox Phone: (724) 852-3330 Website: waynesburgsports.com UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE BEARCATS September 30, 2017

1:00 p.m. • Chuck Noll Field • Latrobe, Pa. Location: Latrobe, Pa. Enrollment: 1,800 President: Br. Norman Hipps, OSB Athletic Director: Fr. Myron Kirsch, OSB Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Colors: Green & Gold Stadium: Chuck Noll Field Surface/Capacity: Natural grass/1,100 2016 Records: 5-5, 3-5 PAC Head Coach: Ron Dolciato (John Carroll ’90) Record at School: 13-17 (fourth seasons) Overall Record: 13-17 (fourth seasons) Offensive System: Multiple Defensive System: Multiple Starters Returning/Lost: 19/9

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: Case Western Reserve leads, 3-1 Current Win Streak: Case Western Reserve, 2 Year Loc. W/L Score 2007 H W 42-0 2014 A L 23-20 2015 H W 49-14 2016 H W 53-28

SID: Jeff Zidek Email: jeff.zidek@stvincent.edu Office Phone/Fax: (724) 805-2476/532-5050 Website: athletics.stvincent.edu

BETHANY COLLEGE BISON

October 7, 2017 · CWRU Homecoming 1:00 p.m. • DiSanto Field • Cleveland, Ohio

Location: Bethany, W. Va. Enrollment: 1,000 Interim President: Rev. Dr. Tamara Nichols Rodenberg Athletic Director: Brian Rose Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Colors: Green & White Stadium: Bison Stadium Surface/Capacity: FieldTurf/850 2016 Records: 3-7, 2-6 PAC Head Coach: Bill Garvey (Iona ’97) Record at School: 18-23 (fifth season) Overall Record: 18-23 (fifth season) Offensive System: Spread Defensive System: Multiple Starters Returning/Lost: 17/9 SID: Andrew Woodley Email: awoodley@bethanywv.edu Office Phone/Fax: (304) 829-7717/829-7290 Pressbox Phone: (304) 829-7343 Website: bethanybison.com

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Overall: Bethany leads, 13-4 Current Win Streak: Case Western Reserve, 2 Year Loc. W/L Score 1970 A L 28-6 1971 H L 15-6 1972 A L 25-14 1973 H L 23-3 1974 H L 36-33 1975 A L 13-0 1976 H L 22-7 1977 A L 16-12 1978 A L 14-3

Year Loc. W/L Score 1979 H L 44-0 1980 A L 32-7 1981 H L 49-7 1982 A W 25-24 1983 H W 21-7 2014 H L 25-14 2015 A W 59-20 2016 A W 37-14

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THIEL COLLEGE TOMCATS October 14, 2017

3:00 p.m. • Alumni Stadium • Greenville, Pa. Location: Greenville, Pa. Enrollment: 950 President: Susan Traverso, Ph.D. Athletic Director: Amy Schafer Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Colors: Navy Blue & Old Gold Stadium: Alumni Stadium Surface/Capacity: Synthetic Grass (Sportexe)/1,400 2016 Records: 4-6, 3-5 PAC Head Coach: Dan Blume (Mount Union ‘06) Record at School: 4-6 (second season) Overall Record: 4-6 (second season) Offensive System: Spread Defensive System: Multiple 3-4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 23/27 Starters Returning/Lost: 19/11 SID: Ed Topoleski Email: etopoleski@thiel.edu Office Phone/Fax: (724) 589-2180/589-2880 Pressbox Phone: (724) 589-4085 Website: thielathletics.com

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: Thiel leads, 9-8 Current Win Streak: Case Western Reserve, 5 Year Loc. W/L Score 1970 H W 16-6 1971 A L 35-10 1972 H L 13-9 1973 A L 54-14 1974 A L 27-6 1975 H L 35-21 1976 A W 7-0 1977 H W 23-17 1978 H L 35-0

Year Loc. W/L Score 1979 A L 29-7 1980 A L 34-7 1981 H L 54-13 1982 A W 32-13 1983 H W 21-8 2014 H W 23-16 2015 A W 41-6 2016 H W 48-21

GENEVA COLLEGE GOLDEN TORNADOES October 21, 2017

7:00 p.m. • Reeves Field • Beaver Falls, Pa. Location: Beaver Falls, Pa. Enrollment: 1,367 President: Dr. L. Calvin Troup Athletic Director: Van Zanic Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Colors: White, Old Gold and Black Stadium: Reeves Field Surface/Capacity: Synthetic Turf/6,500 2016 Records: 3-7, 2-6 PAC Head Coach: Geno DeMarco (West Virginia ’86) Record at School: 141-109 (25th season) Overall Record: 141-109 (25th season) Offensive System: Triple Option Defensive System: Multiple Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 32/18 Starters Returning/Lost: 18/5

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: Case Western Reserve leads, 4-1 Current Win Streak: Case Western Reserve, 3 Year Loc. W/L Score 1976 H W 14-0 1977 A L 7-0 2014 H W 33-19 2015 A W 20-7 2016 H W 16-14

SID: Christy Lear Email: cllear@geneva.edu Office Phone: (724) 847-6885 Website: www.athletics.geneva.edu UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY BEARS October 28, 2017

12:00 p.m. • DiSanto Field • Cleveland, Ohio Location: St. Louis, Mo. Enrollment: 14,385 (6,439 undergraduate) Chancellor: Mark S. Wrighton Director of Athletics: Anthony J. Azama Conference: University Athletic Association Colors: Red and Green Stadium: Francis Field Surface/Capacity: FieldTurf/3,300 2016 Records: 8-3, 2-1 UAA, 7-1 SAA Head Coach: Larry Kindbom (Kalamazoo ’74) Record at School: 174-108 (28th season) Overall Record: 202-138-1 (34th season) Offensive System: Pistol Spread Defensive System: 4-2-5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 74/31 Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10 SID: Chris Mitchell Email: mitchell@wustl.edu Office Phone: (314) 935-5077 Pressbox Phone: (314) 935-7116 Website: bearsports.wustl.edu

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: Washington U. leads, 20-11 Current Win Streak: Case Western Reserve, 2 Year Loc. W/L Score 1985 H W 17-10 1986 H W 49-0 1988 A W 18-14 1989 H L 23-16 1990 A W 24-21 1991 H W 22-21 1992 A L 21-9 1993 H L 55-10 1994 A L 54-33 1995 H L 49-22 1996 A L 24-14 1997 H L 37-32 1998 A L 27-21 1999 H L 42-7 2000 A L 37-0 2001 H L 24-14

Year Loc. W/L Score 2002 A L 49-42 2003 H L 38-10 2004 A L 28-14 2005 H L 28-7 2006 A L 13-6 2007 H W 35-27 2008 A W 17-0 2009 H W 28-8 2010 H L 14-13 2011 A W 16-6 2012 H L 10-7 2013 A L 29-0 2014 H L 28-17 2015 H W 34-16 2016 A W 56-38

WESTMINSTER COLLEGE TITANS November 4, 2017

1:00 p.m. • DiSanto Field • Cleveland, Ohio Location: New Wilmington, Pa. Enrollment: 1,550 President: Dr. Kathy Brittain Richardson Athletic Director: Jim Dafler Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Colors: Blue and White Stadium: Harold Burry Stadium Surface/Capacity: 3,000/FieldTurf 2016 Records: 8-3, 5-3 PAC Head Coach: Scott Benzel (Mercyhurst ‘97) Record at School: 21-11 (fourth season) Overall Record: 21-11 (fourth season) Offensive System: Multiple Defensive System: Multiple Starters Returning/Lost: 19/8

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: Case Western Reserve leads, 1-0 Current Win Streak: Case Western Reserve, 1 Year Loc. W/L Score 2016 A W 26-22

SID: Nathan LaRiccia Email: lariccnj@westminster.edu Office Phone/Fax: (724) 946-6357 Website: www.westminster.edu/athletics

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CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY TARTANS November 11, 2017

2:00 p.m. • Gesling Stadium • Pittsburgh, Pa. Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment: 6,362 Interim President: Dr. Farnam Jahanian Athletic Director: Dr. Josh Centor Conference: University Athletic Association Football Affiliate Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Colors: Cardinal and Gray Stadium: Gesling Stadium Surface/Capacity: FieldTurf/3,500 2016 Records: 7-4, 6-2 PAC, 2-1 UAA Head Coach: Rich Lackner (Carnegie Mellon ’79) Record at School: 203-110-2 (32nd season) Overall Record: 203-110-2 (32nd season) Offensive System: Multiple One Back Defensive System: Multiple 50 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 66/29 Starters Returning/Lost: 18/14 SID: Mark Fisher Email: mwfisher@andrew.cmu.edu Office Phone/Fax: (412) 268-3087/268-3099 Pressbox Phone: (412) 268-4703 Website: athletics.cmu.edu

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: Carnegie Mellon leads, 28-18 Current Win Streak: Carnegie Mellon, 2

Year Loc. W/L Score

1970 H L 21-0 1971 H W 29-19 1972 A L 18-0 1973 H L 30-0 1974 A W 22-15 1975 H L 26-0 1976 A L 21-7 1977 H L 25-6 1978 A L 17-14 1979 H L 41-0 1980 A L 28-7 1981 H L 51-7 1982 H W 14-7 1983 A L 15-10 1984 H W 25-15 1986 H W 21-14 1987 A L 13-12 1988 H W 32-22 1989 A L 48-14 1990 H L 42-17 1991 A L 43-0 1992 H L 33-14 1993 A L 56-0

Year Loc. W/L Score

1994 H L 50-8 1995 H W 3-0 1996 H W 16-0 1997 A L 16-7 1998 H L 14-7 1999 A L 42-0 2000 H L 45-14 2001 A L 42-14 2002 H W 42-35 2003 A L 44-16 2004 H W 24-14 2005 A L 23-20 2006 H L 20-10 2007 A W 20-17(O) 2008 H W 38-13 2009 A W 34-17 2010 H W 28-0 2011 A W 38-24 2012 H W 36-24 2013 A W 35-32 2014 H W 30-0 2015 A L 52-42 2016 H L 26-21

ACADEMIC BOWL Each fall, student-athletes from Case Western Reserve University and Carnegie Mellon University meet on the gridiron with the victor claiming the Academic Bowl. Although the football series between the Spartans and Tartans began in 1970, it wasn’t until 1986 when the annual meeting between two of the nation’s top academic institutions was labeled the Academic Bowl. With each school ranked amongst the nation’s elite research and scholastic institutions, a natural rivalry exists in academics. So as competition in the classroom continues, the winner of the coveted Academic Bowl can claim bragging rights on the athletic field for at least one year. The Academic Bowl is more than a trophy, however, as it emphasizes a “Commitment to Academic and Athletic Excellence”. The Spartans won the first Academic Bowl in 1986, defeating Carnegie Mellon 21-14. In the all-time Academic Bowl series, the Tartans hold a 17-14 advantage. UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL RUSHING

Rushing Attempts Game 42 Brandon McDowell (2002 vs CMU) Season 300 Frank Peters (1999) Career 675 Brandon McDowell (2001-03) Net Rushing Yards Game 252 Frank Peters (1999 vs. Oberlin) Game (QB) 191 Rob Cuda (2016 vs Washington) Season 1256 Frank Peters (1999) Season (QB) 908 Rob Cuda (2016) Career 3411 Brandon McDowell (2001-03) Career (QB) 1622 Rob Cuda (2014-16) Rushing Touchdowns Game 4 Jacob Burke (2016 vs Waynesburg) Brandon McDowell (2003 vs. Denison) Frank Peters (1999 vs. Oberlin) Ted Otero (1997 vs. Oberlin) Season 19 Brandon McDowell (2001) Career 39 Brandon McDowell (2001-03) 100-Yard Games Season 7 Frank Peters (1999) Career 16 Brandon McDowell (2001-03)

BRANDON MCDOWELL 2001-03

Highest Average Per Carry Season 6.19 Jacob Burke (2016) Career 6.15 Jacob Burke (2014-16)

PASSING

Passes Attempted Game 62 Eli Grant (2001 vs. Chicago) Season 361 Dan Whalen (2009) Career 1,229 Dan Whalen (2006-09) Passes Completed Game 37 Eli Grant (2001 vs. Chicago) Season 247 Dan Whalen (2009) Career 742 Dan Whalen (2006-09) Highest Completion Percentage Season .684 Dan Whalen (2009) Career .655 Joey Baum (2007-10) Net Passing Yards Game 492 Eli Grant (2002 vs. Wash.) Season 3340 Dan Whalen (2009) Career 9720 Dan Whalen (2009) Passing Touchdowns Game 6 Dan Whalen (2009 vs. Oberlin) Season 34 Dan Whalen (2009) Career 87 Dan Whalen (2006-09) Best Passer Rating Season 172.8 Dan Whalen (2009) Career 150.0 Joey Baum (2007-10) 68

DAN WHALEN 2006-09

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)


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RECEIVING

Pass Receptions Game 15 15 Game (RB) 10 Game (TE) 10 10 Season 90 Season (RB) 41 Season (TE) 45 Career 211 Career (RB) 108 Career (TE) 107

Jason Cellura (2002 vs. Kalamzoo) Jason Cellura (2003 vs. Wooster) Brandon McDowell (2001 vs. Washington Josh Trook (1999 vs Wooster) Chris Hutter (1988 vs Wooster) Zach Homyk (2010) Brandon McDowell (2001) Chris Hutter (1988) Zach Homyk (2007-10) Brandon McDowell (2001-03) Dave Stuczynski (1982-85)

Net Receiving Yards Game 222 Brendan Lynch (2016 vs Grove City) 222 Dave Wooley (1997 vs. Chicago) Game (RB) 110 Greg Meyer (2009 vs Hiram) Game (TE) 153 Chris Hutter (1988 vs Wooster) Season 1165 Zach Homyk (2010) Season (RB) 543 Brandon McDowell (2002) Season (TE) 612 Chris Hutter (1988) Career 3015 David Kallevig (2001- 2004) Career (RB) 1,182 Brandon McDowell (2001-03) Career (TE) 1,929 Dave Stuczynski (1982-85)

ZACH HOMYK 2007-10

Receiving Touchdowns Game 4 Jason Cellura (2002 vs. Kalamazoo) Season 13 Bryan Erb (2015) Career 31 Shaun Nicely (2007-10) David Kallevig (2001-04) Yards Per Reception Season 20.31 Luke DiFrancesco (2015) Career 18.03 Dave Stuczynski (1982-85)

SCORING

Points Scored Game 30 Brandon McDowell (2003 vs. Denison) Season 122 Brandon McDowell (2001) Career 308 Brandon McDowell (2001-03) Touchdowns Game 5 Brandon McDowell (2003 vs. Denison) Season 20 Brandon McDowell (2001) Career 51 Brandon McDowell (2001-03) Most Points Scored by Kicking Game 14 Ben Carniol (2015 vs Thomas More) Season 85 Sam Coffey (2007) Career 303 Sam Coffey (2007-10) Extra Points Game 9 Season 57 Career 192

Joey Pearce (1998 vs. Oberlin) Sam Coffey (2009) Sam Coffey (2007-10)

Field Goals Game 4 Joe Brenner (2004 vs. Hiram) 4 Ben Carniol (2015 vs. Thomas More) Season 13 Daniel Vasil (2011) Career 37 Sam Coffey (2007-10)

TOTAL OFFENSE

Most Plays Season 479 Rob Cuda (2015) Career 1583 Dan Whalen (2006-09) Most Yards Game 486 Season 3539 Career 10492

Eli Grant (2002 vs Washington) Dan Whalen (2009) Dan Whalen (2006-09)

Most Touchdowns Responsible For Game 6 Rob Cuda (2015 vs Waynesburg) 6 Dan Whalen (2009 vs Oberlin) 6 Dan Whalen (2009 vs Rochester) Season 40 Dan Whalen (2009) Career 108 Dan Whalen (2006-09)

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Season Career

1986 5252

Brandon McDowell (2003) Brandon McDowell (2001-03)

LONGEST PLAYS

Pass 97 Dan Whalen to Shaun Nicely (2007 vs. Widener) Rush 95 Chad Blunt (1991 vs. Ohio Wesleyan) Kickoff Return 93 Steve Rospert (1993 vs. Allegheny) Punt Return 87 Dwain Carver (1974 vs. Kenyon) Int. Return 100 Dan Banks (2003 vs. Denison) Punt 77 Chuck Thall (1991 vs. CMU) Erik Olson (2013 vs. FSU)

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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DEFENSE Tackles Game Season Career

30 191 521

Sacks Season Career

13 33

Tom Courtad (1998 vs. Chicago) Tom Courtad (1997) Tom Courtad (1996-98) Derek Messmer (1995) Dale English (2008-11)

Most Interceptions Game 3 Tom Olsavsky (1984 vs. CMU) Jason Toth (1996 vs Wittenberg) JD Patton (2001 vs. Hiram) Dan Calabrese (2011 vs. Oberlin) Adrian Cannon (2015 vs. WashU) Season 8 Tom Olsavsky (1984) John Polivka (1986) Career 18 Tom Olsavsky (1982-85) Most Interception Return Yards Game 127 Dan Calabrese (2011 vs Oberlin) Season 187 Dan Calabrese (2011) Career 225 Ron Skarupa (1971-72)

DALE ENGLISH 2008-11

Most Passes Defended Season 20 Mark Elder (1998) Career 53 Mark Elder (1996-99) Most Pass Break-Ups Season 15 Mark Elder (1997) Career 42 Mark Elder (1996-99)

PUNTING

Punts Game 12 Season 76 Career 217

Joe Brenner (2004 vs. Wooster) Jeremy Nawyn (1999 vs. WU) Tom Penoyar (2000) Brian Neff (1995) Jeremy Nawyn (1996-99)

Punting Yards Game 479 Season 2723 Career 7964

Tom Penoyar (2000 vs. King’s Point) Tom Penoyar (2000) Jeremy Nawyn (1996-99)

Punting Average Game 56.5 Erik Olson (2013 vs. FSU) Season 40.7 Dan Whalen (2009) Career 39.8 Jacob Burke (2014-16)

PUNT RETURNS

KICK RETURNS Returns Season Career Yards Season Career

30 56 614 1551

Sean Lapcevic (2013) Steve Rospert (1993-95) Sean Lapcevic (2013) Bobby Bott (2006-09)

Average Season 26.3 Cody Calhoun (2015) Career 25.0 Cody Calhoun (2014-Present)

FRESHMAN RECORDS Passing Yards Game 413 Season 1988

Nick Leskiewicz (1994 vs Denison) Nick Leskiewicz (1994)

Rushing Yards Game 184 Season 638

Ted Otero (1995 vs Earlham) Manny Sicre (2011) Jason Cellura (2002 vs Kalamazoo) Jason Cellura (2002)

Returns Season Career

33 84

Dan Calabrese (2011) Dan Calabrese (2009-12)

Receptions Game 15 Season 59

Yards Season Career

367 775

Dan Calabrese (2011) Dan Calabrese (2009-12)

Receiving Yards Game 195 Tom Coniglio (1980 vs Oberlin) Season 831 Jason Cellura (2002)

Average Season 18.4 Career 13.6

Mark Schlitter (2001) Dwain Carver (1972-74)

Points Scored Game 24 Season 85

70

Jason Cellura (2002 vs Kalamazoo) Sam Coffey (2007)

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)


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TEAM OFFENSE

DEFENSE

Most Net Rushing Yardage Game 437 (1986 vs Washington) Season 2624 (2016 - 10 games)

Lowest Net Rushing Yardage Allowed Season 701 (1985 - 9 games)

Most Net Passing Yardage Game 492 (2002 vs Washington) Season 3706 (2002 - 10 games) Most Total Offense Yardage Game 766 (2002 vs Denison) Season 5200 (2009 - 11 games) Most Total First Downs Game 37 (2016 vs Washington) Season 269 (2009 - 11 games)

SCORING Most Points Scored Quarter 28 28 28 28 Half 49 Game 70 Season 466

(1998 - 1Q vs Oberlin) (2008 - 2Q vs Kenyon) (2009 - 1Q vs Oberlin) (2015 - 2Q vs Bethany) (1998 - 1H vs Oberlin) (1998 vs Oberlin) (2009 - 11 games)

Lowest Net Passing Yardage Allowed Season 862 (1977 - 9 games) Lowest Total Yardage Allowed Season 1577 (1985 - 9 games) Fewest First Downs Allowed Game 0 (1985 vs. Wooster) Season 86 (1985 - 9 games) Fewest Points Allowed Game 0 (28 times; last time 2016 vs Grove City) Season 95 (1986 - 9 games) Most Passes Intercepted (by defense) Game 6 (2015 vs. Washington) Season 21 (1986 - 9 games) 21 (1984 - 9 games)

Most Points Per Game Season 42.4 (2009 - 11 games) Most Touchdowns Scored Game 10 (1998 vs. Oberlin) Season 63 (2009 - 11 games) Largest Point Differentioal Game 58 (1998 vs. Oberlin) Season 263 (2008 - 11 games)

JIM CHAPMAN 1982-86

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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Flory Mauriocourt

Bob Del Rosa

Jim Chapman

Ron Stuckey

Regis Scafe

Peter Germano

Joe Perella

Greg Debeljak 72

Year Head Coach 1970 Flory Mauriocourt 1971 Flory Mauriocourt 1972 Flory Mauriocourt 1973 Flory Mauriocourt 1974 Flory Mauriocourt 1975 Flory Mauriocourt Mariocourt (6 seasons)

Overall PAC/NCAC UAA W-L-T W-L-T W-L-T 2-5-1 1-4-1 — 3-6 2-4 — 4-5 3-4 — 0-9 0-7 — 2-7 2-5 — 0-8 0-7 — 11-40-1 8-31-1 —

1976 Bob Del Rosa 1977 Bob Del Rosa 1978 Bob Del Rosa 1979 Bob Del Rosa 1980 Bob Del Rosa 1981 Bob Del Rosa Del Rosa (6 seasons)

3-6 5-4 2-7 3-6 0-9 0-9 13-41

1-6 4-2 0-7 1-6 0-7 0-7 6-35

— — — — — — —

1982 Jim Chapman 1983 Jim Chapman 1984 Jim Chapman 1985 Jim Chapman 1986 Jim Chapman Chapman (5 seasons)

5-3 8-1 9-0 7-2 7-1-1 36-7-1

5-2 7-1 6-0 5-1 5-1 28-5

— — — — — —

1987 Ron Stuckey 1988 Ron Stuckey 1989 Ron Stuckey 1990 Ron Stuckey 1991 Ron Stuckey 1992 Ron Stuckey 1993 Ron Stuckey Stuckey (7 seasons)

3-6 7-3 4-6 4-6 7-3 2-6-2 2-8 29-38-2

3-3 4-2 3-4 2-4 5-1 1-3-2 2-4 20-21-2

— 0-2 0-2 2-2 2-2 1-3 0-4 5-15

1994 Regis Scafe 1995 Regis Scafe 1996 Regis Scafe 1997 Regis Scafe 1998 Regis Scafe Scafe (5 seasons)

1-9 2-8 5-5 3-7 5-5 16-34

1-5 1-5 2-4 2-4 4-2 10-20

0-4 1-3 3-1 1-3 1-3 6-14

1999 Peter Germano 2000 Peter Germano Germano (2 seasons)

2-8 3-7 5-15

— — —

0-4 0-4 0-8

2001 Joe Perella 2002 Joe Perella 2003 Joe Perella Perella (3 seasons)

5-5 6-4 5-5 16-14

— — — —

1-3 2-2 0-4 3-9

2004 Greg Debeljak 2005 Greg Debeljak 2006 Greg Debeljak 2007 Greg Debeljak 2008 Greg Debeljak 2009 Greg Debeljak 2010 Greg Debeljak 2011 Greg Debeljak 2012 Greg Debeljak 2013 Greg Debeljak 2014 Greg Debeljak 2015 Greg Debeljak 2016 Greg Debeljak Debeljak (13 seasons)

5-5 3-7 5-5 11-1 10-1 10-1 8-2 9-1 6-4 5-4 3-7 7-3 9-1 91-42

— — — — — — — — — — 3-5 6-2 7-1 16-8

2-1 0-3 1-2 3-0 3-0 3-0 1-2 3-0 2-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 2-1 24-15

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)


2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL 1970 Record: 2-5-1 (1-4-1 PAC)

Coach: Mauriocourt

1975 Record: 0-8 (0-7 PAC)

Coach: Mauriocourt

1971 Record: 3-6 (2-4 PAC)

Coach: Mauriocourt

1976 Record: 3-6 (1-6 PAC)

Coach: Del Rosa

1972 Record: 4-5 (3-4 PAC)

Coach: Mauriocourt

1977 Record: 5-4 (4-2 PAC)

Coach: Del Rosa

1973 Record: 0-9 (0-7 PAC)

Coach: Mauriocourt

1978 Record: 2-7 (0-7 PAC)

Coach: Del Rosa

1974 Record: 2-7 (2-5 PAC)

Coach: Mauriocourt

1979 Record: 3-6 (1-6 PAC)

Coach: Del Rosa

L T L L L W W L L L L W W L L L W L L W W L W L W L

3 at Allegheny 0 John Carroll 6 at Bethany 13 at Wash. & Jefferson 0 Wilmington 16 Thiel 22 Coast Guard 0 Carnegie Mellon 60

7 at John Carroll 7 Allegheny 10 at Thiel 14 Loyola 14 Wash. & Jefferson 12 at Wilmington 6 Bethany 14 at Coast Guard 29 Carnegie Mellon 113

14 at Bethany 9 Thiel 21 at Wash. & Jefferson 14 at Allegheny 0 at Kenyon 13 Hiram 0 at Carnegie Mellon 27 Oberlin 14 John Carroll 112

L 3 Bethany L 14 at Thiel L 14 Wash. & Jefferson L 7 Allegheny L 0 Kenyon L 0 at Hiram L 0 Carnegie Mellon L 7 at Oberlin L 7 at John Carroll 52 L L L W L L W L L

6 at Thiel 0 Allegheny 33 Bethany 28 at Wash. & Jefferson 13 at Kenyon 6 John Carroll 22 at Carnegie Mellon 18 Oberlin 9 at Hiram 135

20 0 28 20 13 6 7 21 115

33 21 35 6 6 27 15 27 19 189 25 13 12 6 42 0 18 21 20 157 23 54 16 42 31 26 30 40 30 292

27 39 36 22 34 13 15 25 34 245

L 21 Thiel L 0 at Allegheny L 0 at Bethany L 0 Wash. & Jefferson L 0 Kenyon L 7 at John Carroll L 0 Carnegie Mellon L 11 Hiram 39

35 26 13 27 26 55 26 22 230

L L L W L W W L L

12 at Allegheny 7 at Carnegie Mellon 14 Wash. & Jefferson 7 at Thiel 7 Bethany 14 Geneva 19 at John Carroll 7 at Kenyon 9 at Hiram 96

W W L W W L L W L

15 Hiram 3 at Allegheny 6 Carnegie Mellon 26 at Wash. & Jefferson 23 Thiel 12 at Bethany 0 at Geneva 7 John Carroll 2 Kenyon 94

W W L L L L L L L

30 at Oberlin 23 Centre 0 at Wash. & Jefferson 14 at Carnegie Mellon 6 John Carroll 6 at Allegheny 3 at Bethany 0 Thiel 15 Hiram 97

W W L L W L L L L

19 Oberlin 16 at Centre 10 Wash. & Jefferson 0 Carnegie Mellon 17 at John Carroll 0 Allegheny 0 Bethany 7 at Thiel 0 at Hiram 69

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

24 21 15 0 22 0 6 17 16 121 13 0 25 7 17 16 7 0 30 115 14 0 34 17 13 24 14 35 23 174 13 10 21 41 3 31 44 29 28 220

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2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL 1980 Record: 0-9 (0-7 PAC)

Coach: Del Rosa

1985 Record: 7-2 (5-1 NCAC)

Coach: Chapman

1981 Record: 0-9 (0-7 PAC)

Coach: Del Rosa

1986 Record: 7-1-1 (5-1 NCAC)

Coach: Chapman

1982 Record: 5-3 (5-2 PAC)

Coach: Chapman

1987 Record: 3-6 (3-3 NCAC)

Coach: Stuckey

1983 Record: 8-1 (7-1 PAC)

Coach: Chapman

1988 Record: 7-3 (4-2 NCAC, 0-2 UAA)

Coach: Stuckey

1989 Record: 4-6 (3-4 NCAC, 0-2 UAA)

Coach: Stuckey

L 6 at Oberlin L 7 Kenyon L 0 at Wash. & Jefferson L 7 at Thiel L 7 Hiram L 17 Allegheny L 7 at Carnegie Mellon L 7 at Bethany L 20 John Carroll 78 L L L L L L L L L

0 Oberlin 13 at Kenyon 0 Wash. & Jefferson 13 Thiel 0 at Hiram 14 at Allegheny 7 Carnegie Mellon 7 Bethany 13 at John Carroll 67

L 6 at Oberlin W 14 John Carroll W 14 at Wash. & Jefferson W 32 at Thiel L 12 Hiram L 20 at Allegheny W 14 Carnegie Mellon W 25 at Bethany 137 W W W W W W W L W

35 Oberlin 12 at Albion 37 at John Carroll 21 Wash. & Jefferson 21 Thiel 24 at Hiram 28 Allegheny 10 at Carnegie Mellon 21 Bethany 209

1984 Record: 9-0 (6-0 NCAC)

21 28 21 54 26 38 51 49 42 330

17 7 9 14 13 27 7 24 118 12 7 7 17 8 20 14 15 7 107

Coach: Chapman

NCAC Champions W 29 at Oberlin W 27 Kenyon W 21 at Wooster W 44 John Carroll W 34 at Wash. & Jefferson W 45 Ohio Wesleyan W 45 Denison W 31 at Allegheny W 25 Carnegie Mellon 301

74

26 37 16 34 23 28 28 32 35 259

7 24 14 8 16 15 13 0 15 112

W W W W L W L W W

28 Oberlin 31 at Kenyon 37 Wooster 37 at John Carroll 13 Wash. & Jefferson 42 at Ohio Wesleyan 16 at Denison 35 Allegheny 17 Washington (Mo.) 256

7 10 0 0 20 10 17 27 10 101

T W W W W W W L W

17 at Hiram 21 Carnegie Mellon 34 at Kenyon 34 Ohio Wesleyan 35 at Oberlin 21 at Allegheny 17 Wooster 14 Denison 49 Washington (Mo.) 242

L L W L W L W L L

7 Hiram 12 at Carnegie Mellon 42 Kenyon 0 at Ohio Wesleyan 23 Oberlin 16 Allegheny 20 at Wooster 7 at Denison 27 DePauw 154

W L L W L W W W W W

24 at Hiram 10 John Carroll 14 at Kenyon 14 Ohio Wesleyan 21 at Allegheny 38 Wooster 17 Denison 18 at Washington (Mo.) 21 at Oberlin 32 Carnegie Mellon 209

W L W L L L W L W L

34 Hiram 22 at Wittenberg 13 Earlham 6 at Ohio Wesleyan 14 Allegheny 14 at Wooster 17 at Denison 16 Washington (Mo.) 36 Oberlin 14 at Carnegie Mellon 186

17 14 21 0 13 3 0 27 0 95

30 13 26 22 22 30 13 28 47 231

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

15 27 25 7 31 27 13 14 7 22 188 33 31 7 34 28 35 14 23 28 48 281


2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL 1990 Record: 4-6 (2-4 NCAC, 2-2 UAA)

Coach: Stuckey

1994 Record: 1-9 (1-5 NCAC, 0-4 UAA)

Coach: Scafe

1991 Record: 7-3 (5-1 NCAC, 2-2 UAA)

Coach: Stuckey

1995 Record: 2-8 (1-5 NCAC, 1-3 UAA)

Coach: Scafe

1992 Record: 2-6-2 (1-3-2 NCAC, 1-3 UAA)

Coach: Stuckey

1996 Record: 5-5 (2-4 NCAC, 3-1 UAA)

Coach: Scafe

L W W L L W L L W L L W W L W W W W W L

19 Rochester 24 at Washington (Mo.) 32 at Earlham 15 Wooster 7 Wittenberg 25 Chicago 7 at Ohio Wesleyan 7 Denison 34 at Oberlin 17 Carnegie Mellon 187 7 at Rochester 22 Washington (Mo.) 36 Earlham 20 at Wooster 14 at Wittenberg 16 at Chicago 41 Ohio Wesleyan 15 at Denison 41 Oberlin 0 at Carnegie Mellon 212

L L L L T W T L W L

10 at Rochester 9 at Washington 0 at Allegheny 10 Wittenberg 14 at Kenyon 14 Oberlin 14 at Denison 7 Ohio Wesleyan 23 Chicago 14 Carnegie Mellon 115

L L L L L W W L L L

9 Rochester 10 Washington 7 Allegheny 10 at Wittenberg 16 Kenyon 41 at Oberlin 28 Denison 13 at Ohio Wesleyan 16 at Chicago 0 at Carnegie Mellon 150

1993 Record: 2-8 (2-4 NCAC, 0-4 UAA)

34 21 6 22 34 0 21 33 28 42 241 14 21 15 23 13 15 16 14 0 43 174 24 21 32 42 14 3 14 23 14 33 220

Coach: Stuckey

28 55 51 23 23 7 7 15 33 56 298

L L L L L W L L L L

6 at Rochester 27 Chicago 20 at Earlham 6 Allegheny 27 at Kenyon 40 Wooster 20 at Ohio Wesleyan 33 at Washington 20 at Denison 8 Carnegie Mellon 207

L L L L L L L L W W

5 Rochester 21 at Chicago 3 Earlham 0 at Allegheny 7 Kenyon 13 at Wooster 7 Ohio Wesleyan 22 Washington 21 Denison 3 Carnegie Mellon 102

UAA Co-Champions W 16 Carnegie Mellon L 14 at Washington L 7 at Wooster W 10 Earlham L 12 at Allegheny L 12 Kenyon W 44 at Oberlin L 8 Wittenberg W 7 Chicago W 48 at Rochester 178

1997 Record: 3-7 (2-4 NCAC, 1-3 UAA) L L L W L L W L L W

7 at Carnegie Mellon 32 Washington 14 Wooster 31 at Earlham 20 Allegheny 27 at Kenyon 42 Oberlin 21 at Wittenberg 9 at Chicago 21 Rochester 224

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

40 29 51 69 35 23 40 54 31 50 422 9 24 7 50 33 14 27 49 6 0 219

0 24 21 7 56 14 7 10 0 14 153

Coach: Scafe

16 37 21 6 55 34 6 49 14 6 244

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Coach: Scafe

7 Carnegie Mellon 47 Earlham 26 Denison 70 Oberlin 43 at Rochester 21 at Washington 26 at Ohio Wesleyan 7 at Wittenberg 16 at Wooster 6 Chicago 269

1999 Record: 2-8 (0-4 UAA)

14 7 0 12 36 27 19 40 42 16 213

Coach: Germano

L 0 at Carnegie Mellon L 14 Rochester L 7 Washington (Mo.) L 7 Ohio Wesleyan W 16 at Earlham L 14 at Denison L 21 Wittenberg W 42 at Oberlin L 27 Wooster L 21 at Chicago 169

2000 Record: 3-7 (0-4 UAA) L L W L L W L W L L

76

Coach: Germano

14 Carnegie Mellon 0 at Washington (Mo.) 37 at Oberlin 7 Chicago 21 Kenyon 7 at Kings Point 14 Rose Hulman 26 at Denison 7 Hiram 10 at Rochester 143

2001 Record: 5-5 (1-3 UAA) L L W L W L L W W W

42 21 42 27 0 21 49 6 31 41 280

14 at Carnegie Mellon 14 Washington (Mo.) 45 Oberlin 34 at Chicago 38 at Kenyon 13 Kings Point 27 at Rose-Hulman 43 Denison 35 at Hiram 53 at Rochester 316

45 37 14 27 27 6 27 12 17 41 253

Coach: Perella

42 24 19 51 10 30 (OT) 28 29 12 26 271

2002 Record: 6-4 (2-2 UAA)

Coach: Perella

2003 Record: 5-5 (0-4 UAA)

Coach: Perella

2004 Record: 5-5 (2-1 UAA)

Coach: Debeljak

2005 Record: 3-7 (1-2 UAA)

Coach: Debeljak

W W L L W W L W W L

42 at Denison 37 Oberlin 22 at Wooster 44 at Kalamazoo 42 Maryville 42 Carnegie Mellon 42 at Washington (MO) 23 Buffalo State 38 at Rochester 39 Chicago 371

13 11 27 47 13 35 49 18 29 49 291

W W W L W L L W L L

35 Otterbein 51 Denison 17 at Oberlin 33 Wooster 27 at Maryville 16 at Carnegie Mellon 10 Washington (Mo.) 23 at Buffalo State 28 Rochester 13 at Chicago 371

W L W L W L L L W W

18 Oberlin 21 at Denison 46 Kenyon 7 at Wooster 12 at Definance 0 Maryville 14 at Washington (Mo.) 3 at Alfred 24 Carnegie Mellon 27 Chicago 172

W W W L L L L L L L

30 at Oberlin 20 Denison 19 at Kenyon 21 Wooster 13 Defiance 7 Washington (Mo.) 0 Alfred 20 at Carnegie Mellon 7 at Chicago 10 at Washington & Lee 147

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

24 20 10 62 17 44 38 21 30 27 291 15 36 24 49 10 16 28 35 14 23 250 27 6 8 38 14 28 14 23 23 34 206


2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL 2006 Record: 5-5 (1-2 UAA)

Coach: Debeljak

2007 Record: 11-1 (3-0 UAA)

Coach: Debeljak

W W W L L L L W L W

29 Oberlin 27 at Denison 43 Kenyon 7 at Wooster 7 Ursinus 10 Carnegie Mellon 6 at Washington (Mo.) 10 Chicago 33 at Grove City 27 Washington & Lee 199

UAA Champions, NCAA Playoffs W 37 at Oberlin W 45 Denison W 49 at Kenyon W 30 Wooster W 52 at Gallaudet W 20 at Carnegie Mellon W 42 St. Vincent W 35 at Chicago W 35 Washington (Mo.) W 20 Ohio Wesleyan NCAA Division III Playoffs W 21 Widener L 23 Wabash 409

2008 Record: 10-1 (3-0 UAA)

15 6 26 17 13 (OT) 17 0 3 27 17 20 38 199

Coach: Debeljak

UAA Champions, NCAA Playoffs W 62 at Kenyon W 38 Rochester W 48 at Oberlin W 45 Denison W 28 Wooster W 35 at Ohio Wesleyan W 50 at Hiram W 38 Chicago W 38 Carnegie Mellon W 17 at Washington (Mo.) NCAA Division III Playoffs L 17 Wabash 416

2009 Record: 10-1 (3-0 UAA)

(OT) 23 14 13 21 16 20 13 9 40 9 178

27 6 21 17 7 7 14 24 13 0 20 153

Coach: Debeljak

UAA Champions, NCAA Playoffs W 33 Kenyon W 45 at Rochester W 41 Oberlin W 38 at Denison W 53 at Wooster W 55 Ohio Wesleyan W 63 Hiram W 38 at Chicago W 34 at Carnegie Mellon W 28 Washington (Mo.) NCAA Division III Playoffs L 51 Trine 479

21 14 6 13 32 7 14 24 17 8

2010 Record: 8-2 (1-2 UAA) W W W W W W W L L W

Coach: Debeljak

30 John Carroll 13 14 at Rochester 10 37 Denison 7 24 Allegheny (OT) 23 48 at Oberlin 36 41 at Hiram 0 28 Wooster 14 20 at Chicago 24 13 Washington (Mo.) 14 28 Carnegie Mellon 0 283 141

2011 Record: 9-1 (3-0 UAA) UAA Champions

Coach: Debeljak

W L W W W W W W W W

24 at John Carroll 17 7 Rochester 17 24 at Denison 6 17 at Allegheny 10 47 Oberlin 21 34 Hiram 7 24 at Wooster (OT) 21 6 Chicago 0 16 at Washington (Mo.) 6 38 at Carnegie Mellon 24 237 129

W W L L L W W W L W

26 at Marietta 23 35 at Hiram 0 16 Frostburg State 17 14 at Ohio Wesleyan 17 10 Wittenberg 14 31 Wooster 28 24 at Oberlin (OT) 17 28 at Chicago 15 7 Washington (Mo.) 10 36 Carnegie Mellon 24 227 165

2012 Record: 6-4 (2-1 UAA)

Coach: Debeljak

2013 Record: 5-4* (2-1 UAA)

Coach: Debeljak

W 37 Marietta * L 2 at Oberlin L 33 at Frostburg State L 0 Linfield W 38 at Puget Sound W 21 Trinity (Texas) W 16 Chicago L 0 at Washington (Mo.) W 35 at Carnegie Mellon 182 * win vacated due to NCAA infraction

16 19 36 45 31 17 3 29 32 228

38 194

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)

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2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL 2014 Record: 3-7 (3-5 PAC, 2-1 UAA)

Coach: Debeljak

2015 Record: 7-3 (6-2 PAC, 1-2 UAA)

Coach: Debeljak

W L W L L W L L L L

30 Carnegie Mellon 20 at St. Vincent 23 Thiel 14 Bethany (W.V.) 15 at Waynesburg 33 Geneva 24 at Washington & Jefferson 17 at Washington (Mo.) 34 at Thomas More 10 Chicago 220

L W W W W W W W L L

30 at Chicago 49 St. Vincent 41 at Thiel 59 at Bethany (W.V.) 45 Waynesburg 20 at Geneva 35 Washington & Jefferson 34 Washington (Mo.) 32 Thomas More 42 at Carnegie Mellon 387

2016 Record: 9-1 (7-1 PAC, 2-1 UAA) W W W W W W W W W L

31 14 6 20 14 7 28 16 36 52 224

AARON AGUILAR

Coach: Debeljak

45 Chicago 55 at Grove City 35 at Waynesburg 53 Saint Vincent 37 at Bethany (W.V.) 48 Thiel 16 Geneva 56 at Washington (Mo.) 26 at Westminster 21 Carnegie Mellon 392

BEN CARNIOL 78

0 23 16 25 35 19 34 28 66 20 266

17 0 7 28 14 21 14 38 22 26 187

ZACH LYON

JEFFRIE BROWN JR.

UAA CHAMPIONS (1996, 2007, ’08, ’09, ’11, ‘16) • NCAA PLAYOFFS (2007, ’08, ’09)


2017 CASE WESTERN RESERVE SPARTANS FOOTBALL

ALL-AMERICANS Key: HM - Honorable Mention 1st - First Team 2nd - Second Team 3rd - Third Team

Tim Lynch, OT • HM, AP John Moore, DE • HM, AP John Polivka, DB • HM, AP; HM, PH Tony Rus, DL • HM, AP; HM, PH Jay Todd, DB • HM, AP; HM, PH

AP - Associated Press Little PH - Pizza Hut KD - Kodak All-America FN - Football News FG - Football Gazette HP - Hewlett Packard D3 - D3Football.com AFCA - American Football Coaches Association

1987 Erwin Grabisna, DL • HM, AP; 2nd FN; HM, PH

1979 Andy Katz, LB • HM, AP

1989 Jamie Meek, WR • HM, FG

1982 Mike Bukuts • HM, AP Jeff Heymann • 2nd, AP John Liebenthal, OG • 2nd, AP Scott Ockington, LB • HM, AP Ron Stepanovic, DB • HM, AP

1991 Ed Trebets, ILB • HM, FG Rich Zdrojewski, DL • HM, FG

1983 Fred DiSanto, QB • HM, AP; HM, PH Jim Donnelly, RB • 2nd, AP Fred Manley, LB • 2nd, AP; 2nd, PH Mark Raiff, OG • 2nd, AP; 1st, PH Ron Stepanovic, DB • HM, AP

1996 Derek Messmer, DL • HM, FG

1984 Fred DiSanto, QB • HM, AP Fred Manley, DE • 1st, AP; 1st, KD Mark Raiff, OG • 2nd, AP Ron Stepanovic, DB • HM, AP Dave Stuczynski, TE • HM, AP 1985 Mark Raiff, OG • 1st, AP; 2nd, PH Tony Rus, DL • HM, PH Ron Stepanovic, DB • HM, AP; 1st, PH Dave Stuczynski, TE • HM, AP; 2nd, PH Jay Todd, LB • HM, AP Mike Weber, PK • HM, AP 1986 Mike Ciani, OG • 1st, FN; 3rd, AP Erwin Grabisna, DL • 2nd, AP; HM, PH

1988 Steve Rosiek • HM, AP; 1st, FN Mike Imburgia, WR • HM, AP; 2nd, FN; HM, PH Chris Hutter, TE • HM, AP; HM, FN; HM, PH Paul Washlock, QB • HM, AP; HM, PH

1993 Rich Zdrojewski, DL • HM, FG

1998 Tom Courtad, LB • 3rd, AP; HP 2002 Eli Grant, QB • 3rd, FG; 3rd, D3; HM, HP Steve Schindler, OL • HM, HP 2006 Tom Brew, LB • 1st, FG; 3rd, D3 Joe Brenner • 3rd, FG 2007 Tom Brew, LB • 3rd, D3 2008 Bobby Bott, DB • AFCA 2009 Dan Whalen, QB • AFCA; 1st, D3 Tony Opperman, OL • HM, D3

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CoSIDA/Capital One ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS ® 1975 John Kosko • 1st

1992 Alex Nagle, SE/DB • 2nd

2008 Lee Sasala, LB • 1st

1982 Jim Donnelly, RB • 1st

1995 Doug Finefrock, DB • 1st Justin Fisk, OL • 2nd

2009 Lee Sasala, LB • 1st Mike Pelyak, DB • 2nd

1996 Tom Mager, LB • 1st Kenyon Meadows, DL • 1st

2010 Richard Doolin, DE • 1st Joey Baum, QB • 2nd

1983 Jim Donnelly, RB • 1st 1984 Jim Donnelly, RB • 1st Mike Bukuts, C • 2nd 1987 Chris Hutter, TE • 2nd 1988 Chris Hutter, TE • 1st Steve Rosiek, LB • 2nd 1990 Mike Bissler, DB • 1st

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1998 Tom Courtad, LB • 2nd 2000 Tim Gustafson, DE • 1st

2011 Richard Doolin, DE • 1st 2015 Dayton Snyder, DE • 1st Scott Suren, OLB/DB • 1st

2005 2016 Santo Maimone, DB • 1st Brendan Lynch, WR • 1st Nick Kwon, DB • 2nd 2007 Tom Brew, LB • 2nd

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ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS UAA

Jake Abbott (2011, ’12, ’13) Jacob Adams (2010, ’11) Ethan Albers (2014, ‘15) Michael Allen (2009, ’10, ’11) Marc Anderson (1990, ‘91) Chuck Arnold (2000) Thomas Bachey (2004) Steven Bachie (2016) Jacob Baker (2001, ‘02, ‘03) Jordan Banky (2011, ’12) Joey Baum (2010) Nick Bavaro (2013) Billy Beecher (2012, ‘14) Vinny Bell (2012) Andrew Berkebile (2012) Eric Betz (1998) Mike Bissler (1990) Gage Blair (2014, ‘15, ‘16) Chad Blunt (1991, ‘92) Tom Boyle (1998) Bobby Bott (2006, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09) Kevin Bracy (1992) Joseph Brenner (2003, ‘04, ‘06) Ryan Breon (2007, ‘08) Tom Brew (2004, ‘06, ‘07) Cameron Brown (2016) Jeff Brown (2007, ‘08, ‘09) Eric Broxterman (1996) Joe Brucker (2014) Brandon Bryant (2013) Will Bryant (1995, ‘96, ‘98) Jacob Burke (2014, ‘15, ‘16) Derek Bush (2010) Dan Calabrese (2010, ’11, ’12) Brian Calderone (2005, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08) Cody Calhoun (2014, ‘15) Scott Campbell (2013) Anthony Canganelli (2014, ‘15) Adrian Cannon (2016) Dante Capicchioni (2015, ‘16) Ben Carniol (2015) Jason Cellura (2002, ‘03) Chris Center (2007, ‘08) Michael Cesen (2004) Corey Checkan (2006, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09) Ben Chlebina (2006, ‘07, ‘08) Matt Ciani (1988) Sam Coffey (2007, ‘08, ‘09, ’10) Bryce Coleman (2011) Mike Collins (2003, ‘04) Tom Courtad (1996, ‘97, ‘98) Tim Cowdrick (2007, ‘09) Dwight Coy (1996) Larry Coyne (1993) Dan Cronin (2014) Patrick Crossey (2016) Rob Cuda (2015, ‘16) Keith Daugherty (1996, ‘98) Matt Davis (2011) George Darany (2013, ‘14) Nick Decesare (2005) Billy Deitmen (2007, ‘08, ’10) Rusty Delffs (1994) Ryan DeMarinis (2015, ‘16) Chanan Demery (2016) Mike DePaulo (2003) Collin Desens (2012) Cary Dieter (2011, ’12)

Everett Dishong (2013, ‘14) Cullen Dolan (2011, ’12) Vince Domenico (2000) Richard Doolin (2009, ’10, ’11) Scott Dover (1991, ‘92) Mark Elder (1998, ‘99) Dale English (2008, ‘09, ’10, ’11) Brian Erb (2014, ‘15) Jordan Esteban (2015) Daniel Fabiniak (2016) Theo Facaros (1998, ‘99) Ryan Ferguson (2011, ’12) Michael Fioramonti (2010) Brandon Flick (2012) Jason Fronczak (2006) Joel Gabele (1993, ‘94) Lou Garcia (1989) Gian Genovesi (2007, ‘08) Dave Gerst (1990) Jarvis Gibson (1993) Luis Gonclaves (2007) Eli Grant (2001, ‘02) Scott Greer (2004) Vic Guida (1996) Tim Gustafson (2000) Alex Habeeb (2016) Josh Hackett (2000) Tyler Hamilton (2015) Paul Hannen (2006) Ricky Hanzlik (2013) Devin Harris (2002, ‘03) Mike Harris (2010, ’11, ’12) Garrett Hartig (2012, ’13) Zach Hass (2009, ’10) Matt Havens (1991) Adam Heller (1994) Aaron Henderson (1994, ‘95) Ian Henderson (2016) Adam Hochman (2014, ‘15) Ken Holloway (1989, ‘90, ‘91) Justin Holmes (2002) Zach Homyk (2008, ‘09, ’10) Chris Hutter (1988) Jon Hykes (1992) Mike Imburgia (1988) Ian Jaquette (2002) Brandon Jeffries (2004, ‘07) Dave Kallevig (2001, ‘04) John Kane (1993) Eric Keister (2001) Matt Klingman (1991, ‘92, ‘93) Marcus Kluczynski (2007, ‘08, ‘09, ’10) John Kobs (2000, ‘01) Ryan Kolesar (2008, ‘09) Nick Kwon (2014, ‘15, ‘16) Trevor LaBarge (2010) Sean Lapcevic (2011, ’12, ’13) Mark Lembach (2000, ‘03) Jon Leonard (2003) Nick Leskiewicz (1994) Nate Lewis (2015) Jason Lockamy (2016) Rod Lutz (1989) Brendan Lynch (2014, ‘16) Tom Mager (1996) Santo Maimone (2004, ‘05) John Magelluzzi (2013) Mike Manley (1988) Steve Marincic (1990)

Scott Mashuda (1999) Mark Massman (1989, ‘90, ‘92) Farzod Mazloomi (2002) Ken Mazzei (1990) Joe McCrackin (2004) Brandon McDowell (2001, ‘02, ‘03) Justin McMahon (2016) Kenyon Meadows (1995, ‘96) Jamie Meek (1989, ‘90) Marc Meeker (1992) Ryan Merlau (2016) Derek Messmer (1995, ‘96) Bryan Metlesitz (2010, ‘11) Jake Mey (2007, ‘08, ‘09) Greg Meyer (2007, ‘08, ‘09) Mike Minette (1995) Derek Molitor (1998) Nate Nachazel (2015) Jeremy Nawyn (1998, ‘99) Shaun Nicely (2007, ‘08, ‘09, ’10) Kevin Nossem (2011, ’12) Erik Olson (2011, ’13) Tony Opperman (2008, ‘09, ’10, ’11) Joe Orlandini (2000) Ted Otero (1996, ‘98) Bradley Paramore (2008, ‘09) Won Kun Park (2012) JD Patton (2001, ‘03) KJ Pederson (2014, ‘15) Mike Pelyak (2007, ‘08, ‘09) Tom Penoyar (2000) Frank Peters (1998, ‘99) Carl Peterson (2001, ‘02, ‘03) Justin Phan (2015, ‘16) Javon Ramsey (1994, ‘95) Sam Reusser (2014) Brian Rice (2012) Kenny Riordan (2011, ’13) Josh Rogers (2014) Brandon Rollé (2011) James Rosenbury (2004, ‘06) Steve Rosiek (1988) Steve Rospert (1993, ‘94, ‘95) Gavin Sandidge (2013, ‘14. ‘15) Lee Sasala (2009) Lucas Sasala (2010) Steve Schindler (2002, ‘03) Mark Schlitter (2001) Wade Self (2011, ’12) Matt Skolnicki (2006) Nick Slobidsky (2004) Manny Sicre (2011, ’12) Dayton Snyder (2013, ‘14, ‘15) Nolan Spencer (2000, ‘01, ‘02) Eric Street (2011) D.J. Suitca (2008, ‘09) Scott Suren (2013, ‘14, ‘15) Ben Taylor (1998, ‘99, ‘00) Chuck Thall (1992) Gus Theodos (1996, ‘99) Justin Thomas (1998, ‘99) John Tiemeier (2005, ‘06, ‘07) Jason Toth (1996) Ed Trebets (1990, ‘91, ‘92) Josh Trook (1998, ‘99) Mike Tuertscher (2005, ‘06, ‘07) Daniel Vasil (2011) Drew Volbers (2012) Luke Vriezen (2000)

Paul Washlock (1988) Adam Watson (2010, ’11, ’12) Austin Webb (2013) Aaron Weisberg (2013, ‘14, ‘15) Dan Whalen (2007, ‘08, ‘09) Matt White (2013) Kurtis Whitling (1999, ‘01) Kyle Whitling (2001) Justin Williams (2013, ‘15) James Wodicka (2010) Dave Wooley (1998) Matt Yanosko (2010) Ed Yurkiewicz (1989) Tom Zagorski (2004, ‘07) Andrew Zajac (2009) Rich Zdrojewski (1991, ‘92, ‘93)

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UAA Special Awards

Offenisve Player of the Year Brandon McDowell, 2002 Dave Kallevig, 2004 Dan Whalen, 2007 (Co), ‘08, ‘09 Rob Cuda, 2016 Defensive Player of the Year Ed Trebets, 1991 Rich Zdrojewski, 1993 (Co) Tom Courtad, 1998 Tom Brew, 2006 (Co), ‘07 Bobby Bott, 2008 Jeff Brown, 2009 Dale English, 2011 Adam Watson, 2012 Rookie of the Year Dave Kallevig, 2001 Jason Cellura, 2002 Bobby Bott, 2006 Shaun Nicely, 2007 (Co) Manny Sicre, 2011 Special Teams Player of the Year Santo Maimone, 2005 Dan Calabrese, 2011, ‘12 Sean Lapcevic, 2013 (Co) Coaching Staff of the Year 2004, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ’11, ‘16 * BOLD denotes active players

NCAC

Scott Baxendale (1985, ‘86) Eric Betz (1998) Brian Blair (1985, ‘86) Chad Blunt (1992) Tom Boyle (1998) Eric Broxterman (1996) Will Bryant (1996) Mike Bukuts (1984) Nick Cerrito (1987) Mike Ciani (1984, ‘85, ‘86) Matt Ciani (1988) Kurt Conway (1986, ‘87, ‘88) Tom Courtad (1997, ‘98) Dwight Coy (1996) Rusty Delffs (1994) Mike Denk (1986) Larry DePompei (1985) Fred DiSanto (1984) Jim Donnelly (1984) Scott Dover (1991, ‘92) Mark Elder (1998) Theo Facaros (1998) Stan Feret (1984, ‘85) Bill Finesilver (1986, ‘85) Joel Gabele (1993, ‘94) Lou Garcia (1992) Ty Getz (1987) Jarvis Gibson (1993) Erwin Grabisna (1985, ‘86, ‘87) Aaron Henderson (1995) 82

Ken Holloway (1989, ‘90, ‘91) Jon Hykes (1992) Chris Hutter (1987, ‘88) Mike Imburgia (1986, ‘87, ‘88) Tom Jonozzo (1985) Jeff Kavlick (1987) Matt Klingman (1991, ‘93) Rod Lutz (1989) Tim Lynch (1986) Tom Mager (1996) Fred Manley (1984) Mike Manley (1987, ‘88) Tony Martin (1985) Mark Massman (1992) Ken Mazzei (1991) Kevin McNamara (1986, ‘87) Kenyon Meadows (1995) Jamie Meek (1988, 1989, ‘90) Derek Messmer (1995, ‘96) John Moore (1985, ‘86) Scott Ockington (1984) Tom Olsavsky (1984) Frank Peters (1998) John Polivka (1986) Bruce Price (1984) Jim Ptacek (1987) Jim Rafoth (1985) Mark Raiff (1984, ‘85) Javon Ramsey (1995) Steve Rosiek (1986, ‘87, ‘88) Steve Rospert (1994, ‘95) Jeff Rotsky (1987) Tony Rus (1984, ‘85, ‘86) Al Smith (1985) Ron Stepanovic (1984, ‘85) Dave Stuczynski (1984, ‘85) Nick Takacs (1988) Justin Thomas (1998) Jay Todd (1984, ‘85, ‘86) Jason Toth (1996) Ed Trebets (1992) Brian Tubbs (1987, ‘88) Kurt Walcutt (1984) Pete Walton (1984, ‘85) Brad Warnement (1987) Paul Washlock (1988) Mike Weber (1984, ‘85) Dave Wooley (1998) Ed Yurkiewicz (1988) Tom Zagorski (2003) Rich Zdrojewski (1991, ‘92, ‘93)

NCAC Special Awards

Mike Gregory Award (MVP - Offense) Fred DiSanto, 1984 Paul Washlock, 1988 Coach of the Year Jim Chapman, 1984 Hank Critchfield Award (MVP - Defense) Jay Todd, 1985 Rich Zdrojewski, 1993 (Co)

PAC

Ethan Albers (2015) Gage Blair (2014, ‘15, ‘16) Cameron Brown (2016) Mike Bukuts (1983) Jacob Burke (2015, ‘16) Cody Calhoun (2015) Dante Capicchioni (2015, ‘16) Adrian Cannon (2016) Ben Carniol (2015) Tom Coniglio (1980, ‘81, ‘82, ‘83) Larry Costa (1971) Tom Costa (1970) Rob Cuda (2015, ‘16) Ryan DeMarinis (2015, ‘16) Chanan Demery (2016) Pete Deschanes (1970, ‘71) Fred DiSanto (1983) Jim Donnelly (1983) Bryan Erb (2015) Jordan Esteban (2015) Bob Graumann (1978) Eric Hall (1979) Tyler Hamilton (2015) Joe Herold (1976) Jeff Heyman (1980) Adam Hochman (2014, ‘15) Andy Katz (1978, ‘79) John Kosko (1974) Rick Kray (1976, ‘77) Nick Kwon (2015, ‘16) John Liebenthal (1982) Brendan Lynch (2014, ‘16) Alan Malik (1978) Fred Manley (1983) Justin McMahon (2016) Ryan Merlau (2016) Nate Nachazel (2015) Scott Ockington (1982) KJ Pederson (2015) Mark Raiff (1983) Mike Rogan (1978) Gavin Sandidge (2014, ‘15) Regis Scafe (1970) Richard Schreiner (1977) Dayton Snyder (2015) Ron Stepanovic (1982, ‘83) Scott Suren (2015) Aaron Weisberg (2014, ‘15) Justin Williams (2015) Kerry Williamson (1976, ‘77)

* BOLD denotes active players

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BILL GRICE AWARD The Bill Grice Award was initiated in 1984 and is given to the most valuable player on the Spartan squad. Prior to 1984, the coaching staff selected an MVP. 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Mike Whetzel Dave Kalina Dave Loucks Bruce Stambaugh Blake Chamberlain Rick Kray Joe Herold Rick Kray Alan Malik Andy Katz Dan Conway Jeff Heymann John Liebenthal Tom Coniglio Fred Manley Dave Stuczynski Mike Denk Tom Ratvasky Paul Washlock Jamie Meek Ken Holloway Ed Trebets Chad Blunt Rich Zdrojewski Steve Rospert

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Steve Rospert Derek Messmer Tom Mager Nick Leskiewicz Tom Courtad Tom Courtad Frank Peters Tim Gustafson Kurt & Kyle Whitling Brandon McDowell Eli Grant Brandon McDowell David Kallevig John Tiemeier Tom Brew John Tiemeier Dan Whalen Dan Whalen Zach Homyk Dale English Adam Watson Kenny Riordan Billy Beecher Bryan Erb Rob Cuda

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JOHN ANDERSON AWARD The John Anderson Award is given annually to the most valuable underclassman on the team. 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Bill Gela Ron Skarupa Dwain Carver Robert Romick John Kosko Joe Herold Greg Nemuniatis Ken McIntire Bob Herald Mel Woodward Jeff Heymann C. J. Debeljak Mike Butkus Jim Rafoth John Moore Larry DePompei Mike Imburgia Steve Rosiek Gregg Turk Ken Holloway Ed Trebets Marc Meeker Joel Gabele Tom Mager

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Nick Leskiewicz Will Bryant Ted Otero Tom Courtad Dave Wooley Ryan Crumbaugh Kurt Whitling John Kobs Brandon McDowell Jason Cellura Tom Zagorski Tom Brew Scott Moyer Bobby Bott Sam Coffey Dale English Dale English Dale English Dan Calabrese Jordan Banky Sean Lapcevic Gavin Sandidge Rob Cuda Rob Cuda

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THE UAA: WHERE THEORY MEETS PRACTICE For 31 years, the University Athletic Association has continued to serve as a bold statement of the vision of its founders — that the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence are complementary goals and can be achieved without the compromise of one by the other. The members of the UAA hold that the success of intercollegiate athletics is wholly dependent upon institutional integrity and the ability of institutions to complete the full integration of athletics into the academic fabric of higher education. The UAA is a significant expression of the principle that the provision of a high-quality college athletic experience is worth the commitment required of an institution. It is worthwhile not only because it benefits the student-athletes, but also because it benefits the entire campus community and, in turn, the institution itself. Members of the UAA share the belief that academic excellence and athletic excellence are not mutually exclusive. Implicit in this belief are several sets of assumptions. The first is that the academic enterprise is the primary element. Student-athletes are just that — students first and athletes second. The second set of assumptions has to do with athletic excellence. Athletic excellence is not to be confused with a win84

at-all-costs attitude. It properly relates to the caliber of experience offered to students who participate in intercollegiate athletics. Athletic teams should have the benefit of qualified coaching — capable individuals chosen for professional competence and commitment to putting the welfare of the student first. They should play and practice in first-rate facilities at reasonable times. Their equipment should be safe, of high quality, and conducive to the best performance possible. A consistent and challenging level of athletic competition should be provided to both women and men. The final assumptions concern what might be termed a proper athletic emphasis. Athletic programs are extracurricular activities conducted for students and should be given consideration similar to that accorded other such institutionally sponsored activities. They should not only complement the academic experience, but should also reflect the quality of the academic environment within which they exist. Division III is an approach to athletics — not a synonym for third-rate.

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The University Athletic Association sponsors competition in 23 sports — twelve sports for men and eleven sports for women — including football, soccer, cross country, volleyball, basketball, fencing, wrestling, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, baseball, softball, outdoor track and field, tennis, and golf. Many student-athletes from UAA institutions have been recognized for their achievements as scholars and athletes. During the 2016-17 academic year, 44 student-athletes from UAA institutions were recognized as CoSIDA Academic All-America® honorees, which included the Honda D3 Athlete of the Year, three Academic All-American of the Year honorees, and one NCAA Elite 90 award winner. 142 received AllAmerica honors in team or individual sports, 16 garnered individual national championship event titles or national Player of the Year honors, and 20 others won NCAA titles in relays. In addition, 15 student-athletes from UAA institutions were among the select group of seniors across the country named NCAA Postgraduate or Fulbright Scholars. Teams throughout the UAA are perennial contenders for post-season play. In 2016-17, UAA teams captured the NCAA title in women’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, women’s indoor track and field, men’s tennis, and women’s outdoor track and field. In all, 25 UAA teams posted top-ten finishes in their national championships, including 15 among the top-five, and 11 others finished in the top twenty.

University Athletic Association The Theoretical... • Academic excellence and athletic excellence are not mutually exclusive. The academic enterprise is the primary element. • Athletic excellence properly relates to the caliber of experience offered to students. • Athletic programs should reflect the quality of the academic environment within which they exist. • A consistent and challenging level of athletic competition should be provided to both women and men. The Actual... • In 2016-17, 44 student-athletes from UAA institutions were recognized as CoSIDA Academic All-America® honorees and 15 were named NCAA Postgraduate or Fulbright Scholars. • 142 UAA student-athletes received All-America honors with 36 garnering individual/relay national championship or national Player of the Year accolades. • In 2016-17 NCAA championship competition, 25 UAA teams finished in the top 10 with six winning NCAA titles, and another 11 finished in the top 20.

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THE PRESIDENTS’ ATHLETIC CONFERENCE The Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC), built on the basic belief that an athletic program is an integral part of college life, but not an entity in itself, looks back on sixty years of growth and ahead to years of continued academic and athletic excellence. The league’s name clearly reflects its founding principle that operational control of all aspects of intercollegiate athletics is ultimately the responsibility of the presidents of each member institution, and thus active presidential leadership and oversight is paramount in conference administration. Formally organized in 1955 by Western Reserve University, John Carroll University, Case Institute of Technology, and Wayne State University, the PAC was the result of a realization that college athletics, despite numerous virtues for the individual and the institution, were gradually becoming a financial and academic burden. If athletics were to be continued, action had to be taken to place the program on its proper level. This included the premise that benefits of participation should be provided to as many students as possible. The PAC and its membership continue its original, defining mission of promoting intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence. Institutions involved understand that the key components to its progress lie in the foundation of faith in each member by each other member. It is the conviction of its membership that the PAC is the solution to the dilemma of intercollegiate athletic competition, and they have staked their athletic future on this premise. Currently comprised of 10 select private institutions – Bethany College, Chatham University, Geneva College, Grove City College, Saint Vincent College, Thiel College, Thomas More College, Washington & Jefferson College, Waynesburg University and Westminster College – the PAC remains a unique organization in this day of high pressure intercollegiate athletics, with academics at the center of each member’s philosophy. The PAC expanded its membership to seven members in 2005 with the addition of Thomas More, formerly a NCAA Division III independent. Saint Vincent, a former NAIA member, joined the conference in 2006 as it began its reclassification to NCAA Division III status. Another former NAIA member, Geneva, became the conference’s ninth member and began league play in 2007 as it started its NCAA Division III reclassification. Chatham became the league’s 10th member, also in 2007. In 2012, the PAC Presidents’ Council voted to add Carnegie Mellon University and Case Western Reserve University as affiliate members in the sport of football beginning with the 2014 season. The PAC annually awards its men’s and women’s All-Sports Trophies to the schools which perform best across the board in PAC competition. The Thomas More men and Westminster women captured the 2016-17 trophies. Staying true to its original mission of promoting intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence, the PAC has seen over 200 of its participating student-athletes recognized as Academic All-Americans, while the league has also produced numerous NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners. Last year, the conference named 1,062 of its student-athletes to the PAC Academic Honor Roll, which recognizes all participating student-athletes who earn a term grade-point average of 3.60 or above. 86

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