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2011 SCHEDULE September

October

November

3 10 24 1 8

@ Georgetown Lenoir-Rhyne Johnson C. Smith @ San Diego* Marist*

15 22 29

@ Dayton* @ Jacksonville* Campbell*

5 12 19

@ Butler* Morehead State*^ Valparaiso*!

6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. (PST) 1 p.m.

All times Eastern unless noted Home games in bold * Pioneer Football League game ^ Homecoming ! Senior Day

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.


QUICK FACTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

QUICK FACTS

Davidson Quick Facts ..........................................................1

School Name: Davidson College Location: Davidson, N.C. Founded: 1837 Enrollment: 1,900 Nickname: Wildcats School Colors: Red (PMS 186) and Black Conference: Pioneer Football League Affiliation: NCAA Division I FCS Home Field: Smith Field at Richardson Stadium (4,500) Surface: FieldTurf President: Carol E. Quillen (Chicago ‘83) Athletics Director: Jim Murphy (Davidson ’78) Faculty Athletic Rep.: Fred Smith Press Box Phone: (704) 894-2962

Season Preview ..................................................................2-5 Preseason Rosters ..............................................................6-8 Veteran Profiles................................................................9-21 Newcomer Profiles........................................................22-24 Head Coach Tripp Merritt ..........................................25-26 Davidson Coaching History..............................................27 Coaching Staff ................................................................28-30 Support Staff........................................................................31 2010 Statistics ................................................................32-33 2010 Box Scores..............................................................34-38 Pioneer Football League ....................................................39 Athletic Honors and Awards ......................................40-41 Academic Honors and Awards ........................................42 Top Performances..........................................................43-44 Individual Records........................................................45-51 Team Records ................................................................52-58 Annual Leaders ..................................................................59 Lettermen, 1947-2010 ....................................................60-62 Game-By-Game Results................................................63-68 Results by Opponent ....................................................69-73 Opponent Information ......................................................74

DIRECTIONS From the South (Charlotte) Take I-77 to exit 30 (Davidson) and turn right off the ramp onto Griffith Street. Turn right at the second light onto Main, left onto Concord, then left at Baker Drive into the parking lot. The stadium is located northwest of the lot.

NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SUBDIVISION (FCS) The NCAA has renamed its football classifications. Schools that were formerly considered Division IAA, like Davidson, are now called Division I Football Championship Subdivision or FCS. Schools that were called Division I-A are now titled Football Bowl Subdivision or FBS.

From the North (Statesville) Take I-77 to exit 30 (Davidson) and turn left off the ramp onto Griffith Street. Follow directions above from there. From the West (Asheville) Take I-40 to I-77 South and follow directions from Statesville. From the East (Greensboro) Via I-85 South, get off at exit 55 (Davidson) and turn right onto Highway 73. Travel about 11 miles and turn right at Davidson sign onto Davidson-Concord Road. When road ends, turn left onto Concord Road. Turn right onto Baker Drive approximately 1.5 miles down.

General Information

Team History First Year: 1897 All-Time Record: 410-557-45 (.427) All-Time PFL Record (2001-10): 24-29 (.453) Postseason Appearances: 1 (1969) Result: Lost 56-33 to Toledo, Tangerine Bowl

Team Information 2010 Team Record: 3-8 2010 PFL Record/Finish: 3-5/6th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 53/22 Starters Returning: 15 (7 off., 8 def., 0 spec.)

Staff Head Coach: Tripp Merritt (Charlotte ’90) E-mail: trmerritt@davidson.edu Office Phone: (704) 894-2378 Career Record (Years): 26-36 (6) Record at Davidson (Years): Same Asst. Coaches (Years/Responsibilities): Brett Hayford (19th/Assoc. Head/DL) Meade Clendaniel (12th/Def. Coord./DB) Matt Mumme (1st/Off. Coord./QB E.J. Henderson (1st/WR/Special Teams) Robert Fickling (1st/OL) Curt Williams (15th/ILB) Frank Swart (8th/Secondary) Jimmy Means (6th/OLB) Steve Leahy (3rd/TE) John Stillwell (1st/Student Assistant) Staff Assistant: Kristen Foss Equipment Managers: Brian Barmes, Shawn Evans, Shaw Smith Athletic Trainers: Beth Hayford, Gerry Waddle

Sports Information SID/Football Contact: Marc Gignac E-mail: magignac@davidson.edu Office Phone: (704) 894-2123 Cell Phone: (980) 297-9981 Fax: (704) 894-2636 Address: Box 7158, Davidson, NC 28035 Web site: www.DavidsonWildcats.com

CREDITS Written By: John Kilgo and Marc Gignac. Edited By: Marc Gignac, Gavin McFarlin, Lauren Biggers and Mark Brumbaugh. Cover Design: Gavin McFarlin. Inside Layout and Design: Marc Gignac and Lauren Biggers. Photography: Tim Cowie, Todd Drexler (Sideline Sports), Brian Westerholt (Sports on Film), Ellen Harasimowicz, Willis Glasgow (WG Sports Photos), Mike Slade, Chris Keane, Peter Roady, Bill Giduz, Mike Hood, Bennett Scarborough, Curtis Fowler, Paul Burgett and sports information archives.

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SEASON PREVIEW Nobody ever said life for a college head football coach would be easy. The challenges are always there. Play to play, game to game, season to season. Adjustments have to be made, risks taken. It’s great when it all works. But when it doesn’t? Davidson coach Tripp Merritt knows. His team last season finished 3-8 and below expectations, especially his. Adding to his frustration was that Davidson wasn’t that far away from being able to compete for a Pioneer League championship. A few plays here or there would have made an enormous difference. But that’s part of the game. It was no secret. Merritt knew that his offense – anemic at too many times – was going to have to get dramatically better. The 2010 offense sputtered, averaging only 287 yards and 14.8 points a game. The passing game produced an equal number of touchdowns to interceptions – 13. Meanwhile, the ground game wasn’t effective enough to keep drives alive as the team averaged 80 yards a game rushing or 2.6 yards an attempt. That’s not a winning recipe for college football in this day and age. Merritt knew he had to take bold steps to fix an offense that too often put Davidson’s defense in bad situations. He was at a crossroads. With academic standards that make it challenging for Davidson to recruit large numbers of big, athletic, physical linemen, the Wildcats have to discover extraordinary, unique ways to move the football. It’s been that way, dating all the way to the late 1960s when the late and brilliant coach Homer Smith dazzled the Southern Conference with a passing game that was so difficult to defend that it landed Davidson a berth in the 1969 Tangerine Bowl. Merritt concluded that his offense would have to choose one of two paths. It

Head Coach Tripp Merritt

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could become a true option offense, the type run effectively by the service academies and Georgia Tech. Or, he could throw caution to the wolves and sling the ball around. Looking at his roster and personnel, he decided to go to the air, especially after seeing sophomore quarterback Jonathan Carkhuff’s performance against Drake last season, when he set a school record for completions with 41. The Offense In searching for a new offensive coordinator last winter, Merritt talked to a lot of folks. Then he met Matt Mumme. Thirty-six years old, born in Texas, Mumme played college quarterback at Kentucky behind Tim Couch and for his father Hal Mumme, the head coach. Hal Mumme derived much of his passhappy offensive philosophy from former Brigham Young coach Lavell Edwards, an offensive mastermind who believed in throwing the ball all over the field, any time, any place. Hal Mumme had Mike Leech on his staff as assistant coach. Leech, of course, later gained national renown for his offensive explosions as head coach at Texas Tech. Matt Mumme was assistant coach for his father for eight seasons, including last season as offensive coordinator at Division III McMurry in Abilene, Texas. McMurry passed for 3,665 yards and 45 touchdowns last season. As Merritt and Mumme talked in the interview process and watched tape and drew plays on a board, it became obvious to Merritt that he had found what he was looking for to spice up his Davidson offense and to give it not only a new look but also a new attitude. Mumme was his guy. “I think we had a connection from the beginning when we discovered that we are

Sophomore Jonathan Carkhuff

both Jimmy Buffet and country music fans,” Merritt says with a chuckle. Some might describe Matt Mumme as being a tad cocky. He probably wouldn’t take offense to it. At the very least, he has a Texas swagger and unbridled confidence that the entire Davidson offense has embraced. The Pioneer League will be introduced to the Air Raid offense this season. “Basketball on grass” is the way basketball coach Rick Pitino described it when Hal Mumme coached it at Kentucky. The Wildcats will practice and play fast. It’s not necessary for Davidson’s offensive players to go through conditioning drills because their two-hour daily practice takes care of it. If a receiver catches the ball on his own 8-yard line in practice, he runs 92 yards to score. Running backs take handoffs and run the entire distance to the end zone, even if it means going 99 yards. Hal Mumme borrowed this idea from the late football genius Bill Walsh during Walsh’s championship dynasty at the San Francisco 49ers. “Sprinting all the way to the end zone not only gets them in shape but also emphasizes that we expect them to go score every time they touch the ball,” Mumme says. “This offense gives kids that maybe aren’t quite as athletic or talented as some of their opponents a good chance to win.” Davidson is going to sling the ball around. Since this is his first season at Davidson, has he had time to incorporate the entire offensive package? “This offense can be installed and taught in three days,” he maintains. “We’re going to use all the real estate,” Mumme says. “If we’re not fast enough to beat you deep, we’ll beat you across the field.” The Wildcats will use wide splits on

Sophomore Marcus Johnston

Senior Jonathan Adams


SEASON PREVIEW the offensive line to make it a longer dash for defensive linemen to get to the quarterback. Defenders don’t like to play against the Air Raid because it’s relentless and wears them down. You’ll not see the Wildcats huddle on offense. Never. “I don’t even know how to put a huddle together,” Mumme says. The Air Raid must have a really good quarterback to function at a high level. He says Davidson certainly has one in Carkhuff, who passed for 2,002 yards and 12 touchdowns last year as a freshman. “He has field smarts, can read defenses and has the ability to move guys around as the situation calls for it,” Mumme says. Carkhuff was coached in high school by Mike Muschamp, the brother of Florida head coach Will Muschamp. “You can’t rattle the kid,” Merritt says of Carkhuff. “In our game against Drake last year, he was knocked down 18 times and always got up ready for the next play.” Carkhuff is backed up by junior Chris Cochrane and senior Matt Heavner. Mumme says he’s pleased with the talent and depth at quarterback. Early in the season, after Carkhuff becomes more familiar with the Air Raid, he’ll be calling 30 to 40 percent of the plays himself. “Our work is done during the week to get the quarterback ready to do this,” Mumme says. While passing will be the central theme of the Air Raid, the running backs will play a huge role in determining its success. “Our backs will catch a lot of balls,” Mumme says. “Our goal is to lead the league in all-purpose yards.” The running backs are capable of doing big things in this offense. Sophomore Marcus Johnston is a physical player who likes contact. Backups are Clem Butler, a senior who moved from defense to offense, and sophomore Chris Gorman.

Junior Lanny Funsten

They will all get work as Mumme substitutes often at the skill positions. Of course, the receivers had better be able to make plays. Mumme’s not all that concerned. He looks over his roster of receivers and says, “ I was pleasantly surprised with the talent on the roster in the spring. We’ve got some guys who can run. They’re good enough and fast enough that if they run our routes properly, they’ll be fine.” It doesn’t much matter who the starters will be at wide receiver, because “eight or nine will have to be ready to play in each game,” Merritt says. Senior Jonathan Adams and juniors Lanny Funsten and Houegnon Attenoukon were listed as the frontrunners heading into fall camp. The starting tight end is Reese Williams, a sophomore. “A talented player from Texas,” Merritt says, “who can be a playmaker for us. You’ll see him in a lot of places on the field.” Juniors Danny Martinez, Josh Wiggins, Sherrod Davis and Nick Orobello are also expected to see plenty of action as members of the receiving corps. When Mumme came to Davidson last spring to install the new offense, he felt he could make do with having young players at the skill positions but desired experience and age on the offensive line. He’ll have four seniors playing a lot on the offensive line along with talented sophomore guard Adam Kurtz. Seniors Colin Wint (left tackle), Joe Newlon (left guard), Alex Fleming (center) and Ethan Clark (right tackle) will give Mumme the experience and talents he covets for his offensive line. “We’re as athletic along the offensive line as we’ve been since I’ve been head coach,” Merritt says. While Mumme will substitute often at the skill positions, he seldom replaces his quarterback or the offensive line. “The

Sophomore Reese Williams

Senior Colin Wint

offensive linemen will be our warriors,” he says, “because they’ll play pretty much the whole game.” The offensive unit quickly bought into Mumme’s swashbuckling approach. He told them from the start, “It’s not about the opponent’s defense. It’s about us. If we do what we’re supposed to do, we’ll be fine.” He’s going to spread those defenses out, make them uncomfortable, try to wear them out and frustrate them. “We have 40 or 45 players on offense, and each one of them will help us,” he said. The Air Raid has made believers out of the team’s offensive players – and they needed a good jolt after last year’s less than impressive numbers. They need to have fun playing football. “Our players have some of the toughest academic rigors in the country at Davidson,” Mumme said. “When they finish classes and come to practice, football ought to be fun.” The Defense While the offensive approach will be brand new to the Wildcats, the defense will try to continue to build on the success coached by defensive coordinator Meade Clendaniel, in his 12th year as coordinator, and associate head coach Brett Hayford, in his 19th season on the Davidson coaching staff. The Wildcats will line up in their traditional 3-4 and make opposing offenses wonder where the pressure is coming from. Clendaniel believes his defense can be very good again this season, but it’s not without some key questions, mainly at cornerback, where the Wildcats will be young and inexperienced after graduating four corners from last year’s team. But don’t mistake inexperience for lack of talent. Sophomore Michael Corbett is expected to start at one corner. Most of his game

Senior Alex Fleming

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Senior Peter Kidwell

Junior Pete Anderson

experience has come on special teams, but he loves competition. “He could become a three-year starter for us at corner,” Merritt says. “He’s tough as nails.” Says Clendaniel, “People say he’s too small. That’s good. Let ‘em talk. Michael always has something to prove. He’s quick, fast, tough, an ROTC guy.” Junior Adam Dulberger will get a good look at the other corner. “He has the size we’re looking for,” Clendaniel says. “He was a wide receiver in high school so he can run and has good ball skills.” Also in the picture at corner are juniors Brody Medford and Toms BernhardsCallahan, who played wide receiver his first two seasons at Davidson, as well as sophomore John Ferreira. The outlook at safety is much more predictable because there is talent and experience at those two positions. The strong safety is Pete Kidwell, who might well be the best player and athlete on the team and made second-team all-conference last season. “He’s everything you’d ever want in a football player,” Clendaniel says. “He’s one of the best secondary players that Davidson has ever had.” His backup is senior Malcolm MosesHampton “who on game day is our fastest player,” Clendaniel says. “He’s tough and plays at inside linebacker in our nickel defense.” “Malcolm is a tireless worker,” adds Merritt. “He even eats ice cream at 110 miles per hour.” A young player will work his way onto the field is Dan Casey, a sophomore from Rock Hill, S.C. “He’s a young Kidwell,” Clendaniel says, paying the ultimate compliment, “and we use him at outside linebacker when we’re in nickel.” Junior Pete Anderson is the free safety. He has such natural instincts for football that he knows what every man on the defense should be doing and where they

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Senior Malcolm Moses-Hampton

should be lined up. “When Anderson speaks as the quarterback of our defense,” Clendaniel says, pausing for emphasis, “it’s law.” Backing up Anderson is senior Tyler Hammett, who had three interceptions in the spring game. “He has played quarterback and is a smart football player,” Clendaniel says. The outside linebackers bring talent and big plays to the Davidson defense. Senior John Behm is such a leader that he was named one of only 22 players nationally to the AFCA Good Works Team. He was a preseason choice for the All-Pioneer League team.

Sophomore Dan Casey

“Very athletic,” Clendaniel says. “He used to play strong safety for us and was a wide receiver in high school.” Clendaniel is also high in praise of Behm’s backup, junior Jelani Doeman. He came to Davidson as a tailback and is athletic and versatile. “Both of those guys can line up and play in any defense we call,” Clendaniel says. Senior Patrick Hunt is one of the defensive anchors at outside linebacker. He’s experienced and knowledgeable. “He’s the thinker,” Clendaniel says. “He knows what everybody on the defense is supposed to do.” He’s good in the open field and can run. Junior Grant Thomas

PRESEASON TWO-DEEP WR

39 8 WR 1 21 LT 53 55 LG 59 76 C 56 61 RG 72 62 RT 51 78 Y 11 81 WR 88 12 QB 14 18 RB 28 22 PK 37 82 KOR 1 2

WILDCAT OFFENSE Houegnon Attenoukon (6-0, 175, Jr.) Danny Martinez (5-8, 170, Jr.) Jonathan Adams (6-0, 185, Sr.) Josh Wiggins (6-3, 195, Jr.) Colin Wint (6-3, 285, Sr.) Joey Esposito (6-2, 275, Jr.) Joe Newlon (6-3, 290, Sr.) Alec Bartz (6-3, 290, So.) Alex Fleming (6-2, 265, Sr.) Mark Brannan (6-0, 265, So.) Adam Kurtz (6-2, 280, So.) Joe Cline (6-1, 260, Sr.) Ethan Clark (6-3, 275, Sr.) Bobby Freeman (6-3, 275, So.) Reese Williams (6-3, 215, So.) Sherrod Davis (5-11, 175, Jr.) Lanny Funsten (6-2, 185, Jr.) Nick Orobello (5-11, 170, Jr.) Jonathan Carkhuff (6-0, 195, So.) Chris Cochrane (6-4, 215, Jr.) Marcus Johnston (6-1, 195, So.) Clem Butler (5-10, 190, Sr.) Chazzo Habliston (6-0, 175, Jr.) Bo Swanson (6-3, 195, Sr.) Jonathan Adams (6-0, 185, Sr.) Michael Corbett (5-9, 175, So.)

DT

95 77 NG 66 60 DT 44 40 OLB 32 54 ILB 58 47 ILB 52 50 OLB 6 24 CB 27 20 FS 45 13 SS 15 26 CB 2 23 P 89 37 PRT 8 12

WILDCAT DEFENSE Morgan Popham (6-2, 240, Sr.) Torry Treu (6-2, 255, Jr.) Lewis McAlister (6-3, 245, Jr.) Jake Hall (6-1, 260, So.) Ellis Martin (6-1, 255, Sr.) Brad Johnson (6-2, 240, Jr.) Patrick Hunt (6-1, 210, Sr.) Grant Thomas (5-10, 225, Jr.) Gianni Ricci (5-10, 215, Sr.) Ben Prater (6-0, 220, So.) Patrick Moynahan (5-11, 220, Jr.) Richard Lockridge (5-11, 215, Sr.) John Behm (6-1, 215, Sr.) Jelani Doeman (6-0, 220, Jr.) Adam Dulberger (6-1, 185, Jr.) Toms Bernhards-Callahan (6-1, 190, Jr.) Pete Anderson (5-10, 180, Jr.) Tyler Hammett (6-1, 190, Sr.) Peter Kidwell (6-0, 210, Sr.) Malcolm Moses-Hampton (5-10, 190, Sr.) Michael Corbett (5-9, 175, So.) Brody Medford (6-1, 170, Jr.) Brenton Goodman (5-11, 185, Sr.) Chazzo Habliston (6-0, 175, Jr.) Danny Martinez (5-8, 170, Jr.) Nick Orobello (5-11, 170, Jr.)


SEASON PREVIEW will back up Hunt. Junior Patrick Moynahan is a starter at one inside linebacker. Affectionately called the “Mad Irishman” by his teammates, he led the team in tackles last season. He’s an instinctive player who is excellent against the run. Senior Richard Lockridge is his backup. He’s so good at rushing the passer that he will often be on the field at defensive end when the Wildcats are in their nickel defense. The other starter at inside linebacker is senior Gianni Ricci. He’s an emotional leader who will call the defenses. He grew up a Pittsburgh Steelers fan and requested the number 58 jersey when he came to Davidson because it was the number worn by former Steelers great linebacker Jack Lambert. “He’s been a backup for three years,” Clendaniel says of Ricci. “He has great instincts and is everything you’d want in a linebacker.” Ricci played at Montour High School in Pittsburgh, and for one season there, his coach was Hall of Famer Dick Butkus, the legendary linebacker from the Chicago Bears. Ricci’s backup on the inside will be sophomore Ben Prater, who Clendaniel praises for having good football instincts and the ability to play both the run and the pass with equal effectiveness. The number one strength of the defense might be the defensive line, where Coach Hayford brings back talent and experience. The Wildcats lost no members of last year’s defensive line to graduation. Senior Morgan Popham is a preseason All-PFL selection at one defensive tackle. The other defensive tackle is Ellis Martin, a senior who played nose guard his first three years. They will unquestionably be the leaders on the defensive line. Junior Lewis McAlister should be the starter at nose guard. He has good feet,

Junior Patrick Moynahan

and Hayford says he’s “slippery and very hard to block.” Hayford is excited about others on the defensive front, including junior Torry Treu, who is Popham’s backup at one of the defensive tackle positions. Treu, says Hayford, is quick and a good run defender. He started in six games last season. Junior Brad Johnson is another backup at defensive tackle. Hayford says, “he keeps getting better and better. He had a good spring and is an excellent pass rusher.” McAlister is backed up by Jake Hall, a sophomore from Charlotte’s Providence High School. Davidson’s defensive line, says Merritt, isn’t as big as some others in the Pioneer Football League but he adds, “I think this group is as athletic as any we’ve had.” Another hallmark of the Wildcats defense is versatility, which is good because depending on offensive personnel on the field, they will adapt to get their best athletes on the field. Davidson’s defense out of the 3-4 is designed to stop the run first, eliminate big plays and disguise where the fourth rusher is coming from in passing situations. “The Pioneer League is a quarterback’s league,” Hayford says, “and our goal is to make it as confusing and uncomfortable for the opponent’s quarterback as we can.” As far as depth is concerned on the defense, Clendaniel says he’s pleased with it at every position but cornerback. Young but talented players will have to answer the call there. Special Teams Merritt has always placed extraordinary attention on special teams, and that philosophy will continue this year even though he has installed wide receivers coach E.J. Henderson as special teams coordinator. “E.J. brings an extraordinary amount

Senior Richard Lockridge

Senior Gianni Ricci

of special teams experience and organization,” Merritt says. “He and I agree that we want to have some fun on special teams. We’ve faked seven punts in the last two years so our fans shouldn’t head to the rest room on fourth down.” Senior Brenton Goodman is number one on the depth chart at punter and is backed up by junior Chazzo Habliston. “Goodman has a good leg and Habliston can do it all,” said Merritt. Habliston is the place kicker backed up by senior Bo Swanson. Junior Robert Schick will also be in the mix for the kicking duties. Speedsters John Adams and Michael Corbett will return kickoffs and punts. The deep snapper is linebacker John Behm and holder for extra points and field goals is quarterback Matt Heavner. Behm was named FCS preseason first-team AllAmerica by the College Sporting News as a long snapper. It should also be noted that Merritt traditionally tells freshman that their best way to get on the field right away is to excel on special teams, so look for some rookies to be on the field covering and returning kicks and punts. Merritt says he’s happy with the freshman that reported to fall camp in August. He inherited a program that struggled to dress out 70 players and now routinely has about 100 at practice each day. Davidson football is recruiting well, the players are doing well in the classroom and depth is vastly improved. Things are on the uptick. “We’re doing everything right and obviously, we want to win more games,” Merritt said. “Nobody knows that better than I. But we will. We’re going to win here.” By John Kilgo

Junior Lewis McAlister

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PRESEASON ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 1

WT.

YR.

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS

WR

185

Sr.

King, N.C.

West Stokes

6-0

2

Matt Heavner*

QB

6-3

190

Sr.

Jamestown, N.C.

Ragsdale

2

Michael Corbett*

DB

5-9

175

So.

Delaware, Ohio

Hayes

3

Chris Trinetti*

WR

5-11

185

So.

Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Chagrin Falls

4

Jeff McDaniels

WR

6-3

190

So.

Del Rio, Texas

Del Rio

5

Cameron Joe

OLB

5-10

205

So.

Concord, N.C.

North Mecklenburg

6

John Behm***

OLB

6-1

215

Sr.

Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Kenston

6

Zach Clark

WR

6-2

200

Fr.

Martinsville, Ind.

Martinsville

7

6

Jonathan Adams**

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER POS. HT.

Tim Hines

WR

5-10

170

Fr.

Kings Mountain, N.C.

Kings Mountain

8

Danny Martinez

WR

5-8

170

Jr.

Modesto, Calif.

Woodberry Forest School

9

Dan Casey*

DB

6-2

195

So.

Rock Hill, S.C.

Westminster Catawba Christian

10

Cameron Harris

QB

6-2

205

Fr.

Kings Mountain, N.C.

Kings Mountain

11

Reese Williams*

TE

6-3

220

So.

Abilene, Texas

Abilene Cooper

12

Nick Orobello*

WR

5-11

170

Jr.

Tierra Verde, Fla.

Berkeley Prep

13

Tyler Hammett**

DB

6-1

190

Sr.

Waynesboro, Ga.

Burke County

13

Martel Campbell

QB/ATH 6-1

205

Fr.

Kannapolis, N.C.

A.L. Brown

14

Jonathan Carkhuff*

QB

6-0

195

So.

Marietta, Ga.

Lovett

14

Robert Klein

DB

5-8

180

Fr.

Tampa, Fla.

Berkley Prep

15

Peter Kidwell***

DB

6-0

210

Sr.

Marshall, Va.

Fauquier

15

Jake Bates

QB

6-0

190

Fr.

Noblesville, Ind.

Noblesville

16

Robert Schick**

K

6-0

205

Jr.

Wilson, N.C.

Hunt

17

John Ferreira

DB

5-10

180

So.

Olympia, Wash.

Timberline

18

Chris Cochrane*

QB

6-4

215

Jr.

Chicago, Ill.

Glenbard West

19

Dan Redinger

QB

6-0

170

Jr.

Hampstead, N.C.

Topsail Senior

19

Bryant Bednarek

DB

6-2

200

Fr.

Westerville, Ohio

New Albany

20

Toms Bernhards-Callahan* DB

6-1

190

Jr.

St. Petersburg, Fla.

Shorecrest Prep

21

Josh Wiggins**

WR

6-3

195

Jr.

Rocky Point, N.C.

Heide Trask

22

Clem Butler***

RB

5-10

190

Sr.

Roseboro, N.C.

Harrells Christian Academy

23

Brody Medford*

DB

6-1

170

Jr.

Waynesville, N.C.

Tuscola Senior

24

Jelani Doeman*

OLB

6-0

220

Jr.

Bronx, N.Y.

The Peddie School

25

Jesse Alston

RB

5-10

190

So.

Littleton, N.C.

Halifax Academy

26

Malcolm Moses-Hampton*** DB

5-10

190

Sr.

Windsor Mill, Md.

The McDonogh School

27

Adam Dulberger*

DB

6-1

185

Jr.

Myersville, Md.

Middletown

28

Marcus Johnston*

RB

6-1

195

So.

Coshocton, Ohio

Coshocton

29

Colin Merrill

DB

5-11

155

Fr.

Circleville, Ohio

St. Charles Prep

30

Chris Gorman*

RB

6-1

200

So.

Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Chagrin Falls

31

Chad Harper*

OLB

5-10

190

Jr.

Sylva, N.C.

Smoky Mountain

32

Patrick Hunt***

OLB

6-1

210

Sr.

Potomac, Md.

Landon

32

Garrett Diehl

WR

5-9

175

Fr.

Warrenton, Va.

Fauquier

33

Jack Schryber

34

AJ Pignone

35 36 37 38

NO.

NAME

POS.

YR.

99

Tom Abernethy

DL

So.

1

Jonathan Adams

WR

Sr.

25

Jesse Alston

RB

So.

45

Pete Anderson

DB

Jr.

39

Houegnon Attenoukon

WR

Jr.

76

Alec Bartz

OL

So.

15

Jake Bates

QB

Fr.

19

Bryant Bednarek

DB

Fr.

64

Seth Beeson

OL

So.

6

John Behm

OLB

Sr.

20

Toms Bernhards-Callahan DB

Jr.

90

Andrew Boehm

Fr.

80

Griffin Brand

WR

Fr.

61

Mark Brannan

OL

So.

22

Clem Butler

13

Martel Campbell

K

RB

Sr.

QB/ATH

Fr.

Jonathan Carkhuff

QB

So.

9

Dan Casey

DB

So.

43

Matt Casey

LB

Fr.

51

Ethan Clark

OL

Sr.

6

Zach Clark

WR

Fr.

62

Joe Cline

OL

Sr.

18

Chris Cochrane

QB

Jr.

2

Michael Corbett

DB

So.

83

Ethan Corcoran

TE

So.

49

Santino Cua

LB

Fr.

38

Chase Culbertson

FB

Sr.

48

Mike D’Andrea

LB

Fr.

93

Drew Daniller-Varghese

DL

Sr.

81

Sherrod Davis

WR

Jr.

32

Garrett Diehl

WR

Fr.

24

Jelani Doeman

OLB

Jr.

46

John Drexel

OLB

So.

41

Nick Drury

DB

Fr.

27

Adam Dulberger

DB

Jr.

55

Joey Esposito

OL

Jr.

17

John Ferreira

DB

So.

56

Alex Fleming

OL

Sr.

78

Bobby Freeman

OL

So.

14

LB

6-0

220

So.

McLean, Va.

Georgetown Prep

88

Lanny Funsten

WR

Jr.

OLB

6-1

205

Fr.

Ashton, Md.

Sherwood

97

Brad Goldsmith

DL

Fr.

Will Sutherland

DB

5-10

185

Jr.

Corpus Christi, Texas

Woodberry Forest School

89

Brenton Goodman

Spencer Perry

RB

5-10

190

Fr.

Chicago, Ill.

Loyola Academy

30

Chris Gorman

Chazzo Habliston*

K/P

6-0

175

Jr.

Alexandria, Va.

St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes

37

Chase Culbertson**

FB

6-0

220

Sr.

Chicago, Ill.

Hinsdale Central

38

Richard Klein

LB

5-10

200

Fr.

Tampa, Fla.

Berkley Prep

39

Houegnon Attenoukon

WR

6-0

175

Jr.

Baltimore, Md.

40

Brad Johnson**

DL

6-2

240

Jr.

41

Nick Drury

DB

5-10

195

Fr.

P

Sr.

RB

So.

Chazzo Habliston

K/P

Jr.

60

Jake Hall

DL

So.

13

Tyler Hammett

DB

Sr.

Gilman School

31

Chad Harper

OLB

Jr.

Norfolk, Va.

Norfolk Academy

10

Cameron Harris

QB

Fr.

Gainesville, Ga.

Lakeview Academy


PRESEASON ROSTER NO. NAME

POS. HT.

WT.

YR.

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS

NO.

NAME

42

Michael Lamoureux*

FB

6-0

210

So.

Tampa, Fla.

Jesuit

98

43

Matt Casey

LB

6-1

220

Fr.

Powell, Ohio

Olentangy Liberty

44

Ellis Martin**

DL

6-1

255

Sr.

Morganton, N.C.

Freedom

45

Pete Anderson**

DB

5-10

180

Jr.

Medina, Ohio

Western Reserve Academy

84

46

John Drexel*

OLB

6-3

205

So.

Bellaire, Texas

Episcopal

32

47

Ben Prater*

LB

6-0

220

So.

Signal Mountain, Tenn.

Baylor

48

Mike D’Andrea

OLB

6-1

220

Fr.

Jacksonville, Fla.

Episcopal

49

Santino Cua

LB

6-0

220

Fr.

Westerville, Ohio

St. Francis de Sales

28

50

Richard Lockridge**

LB

5-11

215

Sr.

Lebanon, Va.

Lebanon

15

51

Ethan Clark*

OL

6-3

275

Sr.

Wilmington, Del.

Brandywine

52

Patrick Moynahan**

LB

5-11

220

Jr.

Sandwich, Mass.

53

Colin Wint**

OL

6-3

285

Sr.

Weddington, N.C.

54

Grant Thomas

LB

5-10

225

Jr.

55

Joey Esposito*

OL

6-2

275

56

Alex Fleming**

OL

6-2

57

Nasser Mallouky

LS

58

Gianni Ricci***

LB

59

Joe Newlon*

OL

6-3

290

Sr.

Bull Valley, Ill.

McHenry West

60

Jake Hall*

DL

6-1

260

So.

Matthews, N.C.

Providence

61

Mark Brannan

OL

6-0

265

So.

Tampa, Fla.

Plant

62

Joe Cline*

OL

6-1

260

Sr.

Raleigh, N.C.

63

Kacy Yuhas

DL

5-11

240

Jr.

Upper Arlington, Ohio

64

Seth Beeson

OL

6-2

265

So.

66

Lewis McAlister**

DL

6-3

245

Jr.

POS.

YR.

Weston Hawkins

DL

Fr.

2

Matt Heavner

QB

Sr.

7

Tim Hines

WR

Fr.

Trey Huelskamp

TE

Fr.

Patrick Hunt

OLB

Sr.

5

Cameron Joe

OLB

So.

40

Brad Johnson

DL

Jr.

Marcus Johnston

RB

So.

Peter Kidwell

DB

Sr.

38

Richard Klein

LB

Fr.

BC High

14

Robert Klein

DB

Fr.

Weddington

72

Adam Kurtz

OL

So.

Middlesex Borough, N.J. The Pingry School

42

Michael Lamoureux

FB

So.

Jr.

Burke, Va.

Robinson

92

Nate Larsen

DL

So.

270

Sr.

Murrysville, Pa.

Franklin Regional

50

Richard Lockridge

LB

Sr.

5-10

230

So.

Charlotte, N.C.

Independence

57

Nasser Mallouky

LS

So.

5-10

215

Sr.

McKees Rocks, Pa.

Montour

44

Ellis Martin

DL

Sr.

8

Danny Martinez

WR

Jr.

66

Lewis McAlister

DL

Jr.

4

Jeff McDaniels

WR

So.

Ravenscroft

23

Brody Medford

DB

Jr.

Upper Arlington

29

Colin Merrill

DB

Fr.

Lexington, N.C.

North Davidson

26

Malcolm Moses-Hampton DB

Sr.

Apex, N.C.

Apex

52

Patrick Moynahan

LB

Jr.

59

Joe Newlon

OL

Sr.

70

Jon Osterhout*

OL

6-4

315

Jr.

Elmhurst, Ill.

Fenwick

72

Adam Kurtz*

OL

6-2

280

So.

Kinnelon, N.J.

Don Bosco Prep

74

Rick Nye

OL

Jr.

73

Ben Richardson

OL

6-4

275

Jr.

Huntsville, Ala.

Randolph School

12

Nick Orobello

WR

Jr.

74

Rick Nye*

OL

6-0

280

Jr.

Knoxville, Tenn.

Webb School

70

Jon Osterhout

OL

Jr.

75

Nelson White

OL

6-4

255

Fr.

Concord, N.C.

Jay M. Robinson

36

Spencer Perry

RB

Fr.

76

Alec Bartz

OL

6-3

290

So.

Lewis Center, Ohio

Olentangy-Orange

34

AJ Pignone

OLB

Fr.

77

Torry Treu*

DL

6-2

255

Jr.

Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Kenston

95

Morgan Popham

DL

Sr.

47

Ben Prater

LB

So.

78

Bobby Freeman

OL

6-3

275

So.

Snellville, Ga.

Shiloh

79

Kameron Romaelle

OL

6-2

285

Fr.

Oldsmar, Fla.

Tarpon Springs

19

Dan Redinger

QB

Jr.

80

Griffin Brand

WR

5-11

175

Fr.

Roanoke, Va.

Hidden Valley

58

Gianni Ricci

LB

Sr.

81

Sherrod Davis

WR

5-11

175

Jr.

Baltimore, Md.

St. Paul’s School

73

Ben Richardson

OL

Jr.

82

Bo Swanson*

K/TE

6-3

195

Sr.

Alpharetta, Ga.

Alpharetta

79

Kameron Romaelle

OL

Fr.

Nick Savarino

OLB

Sr.

83

Ethan Corcoran

TE

6-2

220

So.

New York, N.Y.

Regis

91

84

Trey Huelskamp

TE

6-3

220

Fr.

Centreville, Va.

Chantilly

16

Robert Schick

K

Jr.

Jack Schryber

LB

So.

DB

Jr.

K/TE

Sr.

LB

Jr.

85

Josh Yost***

TE

6-2

210

Sr.

Huntersville, N.C.

North Mecklenburg

33

88

Lanny Funsten**

WR

6-2

185

Jr.

Raleigh, N.C.

Ravenscroft

35

Will Sutherland

89

Brenton Goodman*

P

5-11

185

Sr.

Pensacola, Fla.

Pensacola

82

Bo Swanson Grant Thomas

90

Andrew Boehm

K

6-3

170

Fr.

Newport Beach, Calif.

Corona Del Mar

54

91

Nick Savarino**

OLB

6-3

220

Sr.

Kensington, Md.

Gonzaga College HS

77

Torry Treu

DL

Jr.

3

Chris Trinetti

WR

So. Fr.

92

Nate Larsen

DL

6-6

240

So.

Waldorf, Md.

La Plata

93

Drew Daniller-Varghese* DL

6-2

260

Sr.

Austin, Texas

St. Stephen’s Episcopal

75

Nelson White

OL

95

Morgan Popham***

6-2

240

Sr.

Marietta, Ga.

Sprayberry

21

Josh Wiggins

WR

Jr.

11

Reese Williams

TE

So.

DL

97

Brad Goldsmith

DL

6-0

245

Fr.

Mechanicsville, Va.

Hanover

98

Weston Hawkins

DL

6-1

265

Fr.

Bellaire, Texas

Houston Lamar

99

Tom Abernethy

DL

6-2

Each asterisk (*) indicates a letter earned

230

So.

Washington, D.C.

Maret School

53

Colin Wint

OL

Sr.

85

Josh Yost

TE

Sr.

63

Kacy Yuhas

DL

Jr.

7


PRESEASON ROSTER WILDCATS BY STATE 59 Joe Newlon 70 Jon Osterhout 36 Perry Spencer

ALABAMA (1) 73 Ben Richardson CALIFORNIA (2) 90 Andrew Boehm 8 Danny Martinez

INDIANA (2) 15 Jake Bates 6 Zach Clark

DELAWARE (1) 51 Ethan Clark DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (1) 99 Tom Abernethy 61 20 48 89 38 14 42 12 79

FLORIDA (9) Mark Brannan Toms Bernhards-Callahan Mike D’Andrea Brenton Goodman Richard Klein Robert Klein Michael Lamoureux Nick Orobello Kameron Romaelle

14 41 78 13 95 82

GEORGIA (6) Jonathan Carkhuff Nick Drury Bobby Freeman Tyler Hammett Morgan Popham Bo Swanson

39 81 27 32 92 26 34 91

MARYLAND (8) Houegnon Attenoukon Sherrod Davis Adam Dulberger Patrick Hunt Nate Larsen Malcolm Moses-Hampton AJ Pignone Nick Savarino

Joe Cline Lanny Funsten Jake Hall Chad Harper Cameron Harris Matt Heavner Tim Hines Cameron Joe Nasser Mallouky Ellis Martin Lewis McAlister Brody Medford Dan Redinger Robert Schick Nelson White Josh Wiggins Colin Wint Josh Yost

45 76 19 6 43 2 49 30 28 29 77 3 63

OHIO (13) Pete Anderson Alec Bartz Bryant Bednarek John Behm Matt Casey Michael Corbett Santino Cua Chris Gorman Marcus Johnston Colin Merrill Torry Treu Chris Trinetti Kacy Yuhas

MASSACHUSETTS (1) 52 Patrick Moynahan NEW JERSEY (2) 72 Adam Kurtz 54 Grant Thomas NEW YORK (2) 83 Ethan Corcoran 24 Jelani Doeman 1 25 64 22 13

ILLINOIS (5) 18 Chris Cochrane 38 Chase Culbertson

62 88 60 31 10 2 7 5 57 44 66 23 19 16 75 10 53 85

NORTH CAROLINA (23) Jonathan Adams Jesse Alston Seth Beeson Clem Butler Martel Campbell

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE PENNSYLVANIA (2) 56 Alex Fleming 58 Gianni Ricci SOUTH CAROLINA (1) 9 Dan Casey TENNESSEE (2) 74 Rick Nye 47 Ben Prater 93 46 98 4 35 11

TEXAS (6) Drew Daniller-Varghese John Drexel Weston Hawkins Jeff McDaniels Will Sutherland Reese Williams

80 32 55 97 16 84 40 15 50 33

VIRGINIA (10) Griffin Brand Garret Diehl Joey Esposito Brad Goldsmith Chazzo Habliston Trey Huelskamp Brad Johnson Peter Kidwell Richard Lockridge Jack Schryber

WASHINGTON (1) 17 John Ferreira

WILDCATS BY POSITION 95 Morgan Popham 77 Torry Treu 63 Kacy Yuhas

ATHLETE (1) 13 Martel Campbell 45 19 20 9 2 41 27 17 13 15 14 23 29 26 35

DEFENSIVE BACK (15) Pete Anderson Bryant Bednarek Toms Bernhards-Callahan Dan Casey Michael Corbett Nick Drury Adam Dulberger John Ferreira Tyler Hammet Peter Kidwell Robert Klein Brody Medford Colin Merrill Malcolm Moses-Hampton Will Sutherland

99 93 97 40 60 98 92 57 44 66

DEFENSIVE LINE (13) Tom Abernethy Drew Daniller-Varghese Brad Goldsmith Brad Johnson Jake Hall Weston Hawkins Nate Larsen Nasser Mallouky Ellis Martin Lewis McAlister

90 37 89 16 `82

KICKER/PUNTER (5) Andrew Boehm Chazzo Habliston Brenton Goodman Robert Schick Bo Swanson

6 43 49 48 24 46 31 32 5 38 50 52 34 47 58 54 91 33

LINEBACKER (18) John Behm Matt Casey Santino Cua Mike D’Andrea Jelani Doeman John Drexel Chad Harper Patrick Hunt Cameron Joe Richard Klein Richard Lockridge Patrick Moynahan AJ Pignone Ben Prater Gianni Ricci Grant Thomas Nick Savarino Jack Schryber

76 64 61 51 62 55 56 78 72 59 74 70 79 73 75 53

OFFENSIVE LINE (16) Alec Bartz Seth Beeson Mark Brannan Ethan Clark Joe Cline Joey Esposito Alex Fleming Bobby Freeman Adam Kurtz Joe Newlon Rick Nye Jon Osterhout Kameron Romaelle Ben Richardson Nelson White Colin Wint

15 13 14 18 10 2 19

QUARTERBACK (7) Jake Bates Martel Campbell Jonathan Carkhuff Chris Cochrane Cameron Harris Matt Heavner Dan Redinger

38 30 28 42 36

Chase Culbertson Chris Gorman Marcus Johnston Michael Lamoureux Perry Spencer

83 84 82 11 85

TIGHT END (5) Ethan Corcoran Trey Huelskamp Bo Swanson Reese Williams Josh Yost

1 39 80 6 81 32 88 7 8 4 12 3 21

WIDE RECEIVER (13) Jonathan Adams Houegnon Attenoukon Griffin Brand Zach Clark Sherrod Davis Garrett Diehl Lanny Funsten Tim Hines Danny Martinez Jeff McDaniels Nick Orobello Chris Trinetti Josh Wiggins

RUNNING BACK (7) 25 Jesse Alston 22 Clem Butler

COACHING STAFF NAME Tripp Merritt Brett Hayford Meade Clendaniel Matt Mumme E.J. Henderson Robert Fickling Curt Williams Frank Swart Jimmy Means John Stillwell

8

POSITION Head Coach Associate Head Coach - DL Assistant Coach - Def. Coord./DB Assistant Coach - Off. Coord./QB Assistant Coach - WR/Special Teams Assistant Coach - OL Assistant Coach - RB Assistant Coach - Secondary Assistant Coach - OLB Student Assistant

ALMA MATER Charlotte ‘90 Davidson ‘93 Westchester ‘97 Kentucky ‘99 Central Washington ‘96 Texas Tech ‘03 Charlotte ‘78 Wagner ‘91 Union College ‘91 Davidson ‘13

YEAR 7th season 19th season 12th season 1st season 1st season 1st season 15th season 8th season 6th season 1st season

Houegnon Attenoukon .HUGH-non Atta-KNOW-ken Bryant Bednarek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bed-NAR-ik John Behm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BAYM Andrew Boehm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BAYM Jonathan Carkhuff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .KARK-uff Santino Cua . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Q-uh Mike D’Andrea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dee-AN-drea Drew Daniller-Varghese . . . . . . . .DA-nilla VER-geez Garrett Diehl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DEAL John Ferreira . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .John Fur-AIR-uh Matt Heavner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .HEY-vuh-ner Trey Huelskamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .HULLS-camp Michael Lamoureux . . . . . . . . .Michael LAM-or-oh Jon Osterhout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OWW-ster-howt AJ Pignone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PIG-known Ben Prater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PRAY-ter Kameron Romaelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ROME-al-ee Dan Redinger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .RED-in-jer Gianni Ricci . . . . . . . . . . . .GEE-ah-nee REACH-ee Nick Savarino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .sav-uh-REE-no Torry Treu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TROY

WILDCATS BY CLASS 1 6 22 51 62 38 93 56 89 13 2 32 15 50 44 26 59 95 58 91 82 53 85

SENIORS (23) Jonathan Adams John Behm Clem Butler Ethan Clark Joe Cline Chase Culbertson Drew Daniller-Varghese Alex Fleming Brenton Goodman Tyler Hammet Matt Heavner Patrick Hunt Peter Kidwell Richard Lockridge Ellis Martin Malcolm Moses-Hampton Joe Newlon Morgan Popham Gianni Ricci Nick Savarino Bo Swanson Colin Wint Josh Yost

45 39 20 18 81 24 27 55 88 37 31 40 8 66 23 52 74 12 70 19 73 16 35 54 77 21 63

JUNIORS (27) Pete Anderson Houegnon Attenoukon Toms Bernhards-Callahan Chris Cochrane Sherrod Davis Jelani Doeman Adam Dulberger Joey Esposito Lanny Funsten Chazzo Habliston Chad Harper Brad Johnson Danny Martinez Lewis McAlister Brody Medford Patrick Moynahan Rick Nye Nick Orobello Jon Osterhout Dan Redinger Ben Richardson Robert Schick Will Sutherland Grant Thomas Torry Treu Josh Wiggins Kacy Yuhas

99 25 76 64 61 14 9 2 83 46 17 78 30 60 5 28 72 42 92 57 4 47 33 3 11

SOPHOMORES (25) Tom Abernethy Jesse Alston Alec Bartz Seth Beeson Mark Brannan Jonathan Carkhuff Dan Casey Michael Corbett Ethan Corcoran John Drexel John Ferreira Bobby Freeman Chris Gorman Jake Hall Cameron Joe Marcus Johnston Adam Kurtz Michael Lamoureux Nate Larsen Nasser Mallouky Jeff McDaniels Ben Prater Jack Schryber Chris Trinetti Reese Williams

15 19 90 80 13 43 6 49 48 32 41 97 10 98 7 84 38 14 29 36 34 79 75

FRESHMEN (23) Jake Bates Bryant Bednarek Andrew Boehm Griffin Brand Martel Campbell Matt Casey Zach Clark Santino Cua Mike D’Andrea Garret Diehl Nick Drury Brad Goldsmith Cameron Harris Weston Hawkins Tim Hines Trey Huelskamp Richard Klein Robert Klein Colin Merrill Spencer Perry AJ Pignone Kameron Romaelle Nelson White


VETERAN PROFILES

99

TOM

ABERNETHY So.

6-2

Washington, D.C. Maret School

230

DL

2010: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Three-year varsity starter for coach Mike Engelberg at Maret School • Named all-conference as a senior and started at linebacker in the All-City Bowl • Member of winningest class in school history (26-10) and a team captain as a senior • Also lettered in basketball and baseball • Helped team win two conference championships and named first-team All-DC in baseball. Personal: Born Feb. 17, 1992 • The son of David Abernethy and Elizabeth Lewis • Has a sister, Janie.

JONATHAN

1

King, N.C. West Stokes

ADAMS Sr.

6-0

185

WR

2010: Played in all 11 games and made five starts • Ranked fifth on the team with 235 receiving yards on 25 catches • Also recorded two carries for 12 yards • Caught six passes for 43 yards at Drake • Recorded four receptions for 76 yards at Presbyterian, including a 52-yard catch • Caught five balls for 53 yards vs. San Diego. 2009: Played in all 10 contests • Had 14 receptions for 148 yards, averaging a team-best 10.6 yards a catch • Caught three passes for 48 yards against Lenoir-Rhyne and three for 52 yards at Dayton • Had a career-high five catches for 35 yards vs. Marist • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Saw action in five contests. Prep Years: Four-year letterman, spending three as the starting quarterback for Jimmy Upchurch at West Stokes High School • Named all-state in 2007 and was a two-time all-conference and all-county selection • Set 32 offensive school records and finished with 7,000 career passing yards and 59 TDs • Named USA Today’s Single-Game Top Performer after throwing for 389 yards and five TDs and returning a kick 93 yards • Also started three seasons as a catcher in baseball • Four-year honor roll, National Honor Society, USAAA National Honor Society. Personal: Born Oct. 31, 1989 • The son of David and Peggy Adams • David played football and ran track at Catawba College.

2008 2009 2010

G 5 10 11

Rec 0 14 25

Yds 0 148 235

Avg 0.0 10.6 9.4

TD 0 0 0

Lg 0 28 51

TOTAL

26

39

383

9.8

0

51

JESSE

Jr.

5-10

180

DB

2010: Played in all 11 games and made five starts • Ranked ninth on the team with 30 tackles • Added two pass breakups • Collected six tackles and a pass breakup at Morehead State • Recorded six tackles (4 solo) vs. Butler • Credited with five tackles and a pass breakup against Jacksonville • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Saw action in nine games • Collected seven tackles and a forced fumble for the season • Had two tackles and a forced fumble vs. Morehead State • Had two tackles at Jacksonville • Also recorded tackles vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, Drake and San Diego • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Played football for former Davidson player and coach Chris Monfiletto at Western Reserve Academy • Won the football Coach’s Award • Served as team captain for football and lacrosse • Won Burton D. Morgan Leadership Scholarship. Personal: Born Dec. 26, 1990 • The son of Steve and Jane Anderson • Has two older sisters, Jennie and Carrie.

CAREER STATS 2009 2010

G 9 11

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD FF FR BK 5 2 7 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 15 15 30 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

TOTAL

20

20

39

17

37

0.0

0

0.0

0

HOUEGNON

0

0

2

1

0

0

Baltimore, Md. Gilman School

ATTENOUKON Jr.

6-0

175

WR

5-10

School • Also lettered in basketball and track • Volunteer tutor at Gilman School • Boy Scout • Volunteer at St. Ambrose Church Sunday School • Member of St. Ambrose Youth Ministry and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Personal: Born June 13, 1991 • The son of the late Antoine Attenoukon and Colette Attenoukon • Has seven siblings, six of whom are older.

Littleton, N.C. Halifax Academy

ALSTON So.

45

ANDERSON

Medina, Ohio Western Reserve Academy

2010: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action. 2009: Did not see any action. Prep Years: Played football for Coach Poggi at Gilman

CAREER STATS

25

PETE

190

RB

2010: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Four-year lettermen for Robert Long at Halifax Academy • Captain as a senior and won Viking Award for team MVP • Named all-conference and AllRoanoke Valley • 2009-10 Academic All-Conference • Also lettered in basketball • National Merit Scholar and Belk Scholarship Nominee. Personal: Born Nov. 4, 1991 • The son of Thomas and Sherry Alston • Has a brother, Forrest, and two sisters, Emilie and Chloe • Went on a medical mission trip to Quito, Ecuador • Uncle, Will Alston, played baseball and soccer at North Carolina Wesleyan • Aunt, Lynn Lesak, played volleyball and softball at North Carolina Wesleyan and cousin, Clifton Lesak, plays tennis at North Carolina Wesleyan.

76

ALEC

Lewis Center, Ohio Olentangy-Orange

BARTZ So

6-3

290

OL

2010: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Two-year lettermen for coach Brian Cross at Olentangy-Orange High School • Two-year starter; helped team to OCC Championship in 2009 • 2009 Schumans/Rivals OL MVP at Cleveland Combine • Also lettered two seasons in track and named an All-Delaware County All-Star • Four time Football Scholar-Athlete Award and three-time Track Scholar Athlete Award. Personal: Born April 9, 1992 • The son of Roger and Sherry Bartz • Has a younger brother, Drew • Cousin plays football at Cincinnati • Helped lead DECA fundraising drive for the Make a Wish Foundation.

9


VETERAN PROFILES

64

SETH

Lexington, N.C. North Davidson

BEESON So.

6-2

265

TOMS

20

OL

St. Petersburg, Fla. Shorecrest Prep

BERNHARDS-CALLAHAN Jr.

6-1

190

DB

2010: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Three-year lettermen for coach Mark Holcomb at North Davidson High

Notes: Moving from wide receiver to defensive back this season. 2010: Played in two games. 2009: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Played for coach Phil

School • Team captain as a senior • Also lettered two seasons in swimming • Four-year Academic All-Conference • Two-year member of National Honor Society • Student body President and six-year active member of Bethesda UMC • Valedictorian, Football Coach’s Award and school’s Male Sportsmanship Award. Personal: Born Nov. 27, 1991 • The son of Joel and Melanie Beeson • Has a younger brother, Ryan, and a younger sister, Lauryn • Cousin, Dan Matthews played football at Columbia University • Claims to be able to solve a Rubik’s Cube in 90 seconds or less • Took mission trip to Monterrey, Mexico.

Hayford at Shorecrest Prepatory • First-team all-conference and all-district as a senior • Won 2008 Haskell Award, given for outstanding character displayed on the field while maintaining excellent grades • Team captain as a senior • Named Bay Area Top Performer of the Week in 2008 • Also lettered in soccer • National Honor Society, National Art Society, National Latin Honor Society. Personal: Born Feb. 12, 1991 • The son of Michael Callahan and Inguna Varslavane-Callahan • Has two older brothers, Jim and Matt • Inguna ran track at the University of Latvia, where she was the 100 meter national champion • Worked each summer on a dairy farm in Europe.

JOHN

6

Chagrin Falls, Ohio Kenston

BEHM Sr.

6-1

215

MARK

61

OLB

Tampa, Fla. Plant

BRANNAN So.

6-0

265

OL

2010: Named second-team All-PFL • Named second-

2010: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Played for coach Robert Weiner at

team PFL All-Academic • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • One of 22 student-athletes in the country named to the AllState AFCA Good Works Team, honoring a group of players who stand out for the positive influence they have in their communities • Ranked 15th in the PFL in tackles, tied for seventh in sacks, tied for ninth in tackles for loss, tied for third in fumbles recovered and ranked 11th in tackles by a linebacker • Started all 11 games he played in and has started 21 straight contests • Second on the team with 69 tackles and tied for first on the squad with 11.5 tackles for loss • Also recorded 5.5 sacks, an interception, four pass breakups and two fumble recoveries • Recorded 10 tackles, 2.5 sacks and a pass breakup at Presbyterian • Had three tackles and an interception at Marist • Credited with eight tackles vs. Campbell and Dayton • Had six solo hits and a sack vs. Butler. 2009: Tied for 12th in the PFL in tackles by defensive backs with 5.3 a game • His two fumble recoveries were tied for second in the league • Started all 10 games • Led the ‘Cats with 41 solo stops and finished the season with 55 tackles, three stops for loss, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries • Recorded eight tackles vs. Elon, Drake and Marist • Had seven stops at San Diego • Recovered a fumble vs. Morehead State and forced one at Dayton • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Played in all 11 games • Collected 28 tackles, three sacks, two tackles for loss, four pass breakups and a fumble recovery • Posted six tackles, a sack, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup at Morehead State • Had five tackles and a pass breakup vs. Jacksonville • Collected five tackles vs. Dayton • Had a tackle for loss vs. San Diego • Posted four tackles and a pass breakup against Marist. Prep Years: Played at Kenston High School for coach Rick Adams • Named first-team alldistrict and holds four school receiving records • Also named All-Ohio Honorable Mention as a linebacker and earned first-team all-conference accolades in football and basketball • Voted captain of football, basketball and lacrosse teams and named school’s Male Athlete of the Year • Student Council Vice President, National Honor Society, Geauga County Scholar Athlete Award, Greater Cleveland Scholar Athlete Award. Personal: Born July 29, 1989 • The son of Mike and Kim Behm • Has two brothers, Dan and Pat • Mike wrestled at John Carroll University • Dan played soccer at West Virginia Wesleyan College.

H.B. Plant High School • Team won the 4A State Championship in 2008 and the 5A state title in 2009 • Team captain and won the Dick Lewis Blocking Award in 2009 • National Honor Society • Senior class president. Personal: Born May 27, 1992 • The son of John and Kim Brannan • Has a brother, John, and a sister, Laura • Cousin, Andrew, is on the crew team at Yale.

CAREER STATS

10

2008 2009 2010

G 11 10 11

UA 15 41 33

A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds 13 28 3.0 18 2.0 13 0 0 14 55 3.0 5 0.0 0 0 0 36 69 11.5 49 5.5 35 1 19

TOTAL

32

89

63 152

17.5 72

7.5

48

1

PD 4 1 5

FF 0 1 0

19 10 1

FR 1 2 2

BK 0 0 0

5

0

CLEM

22

Roseboro, N.C. Harrells Christian Academy

BUTLER Sr.

5-10

190

RB

Notes: Moving from defensive back to running back this season. 2010: Played in all 11 games • Saw action on defense and special teams • Collected three tackles in the season opener against Georgetown • Credited with tackles against Jacksonville, Morehead State and San Diego • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in all 10 games and made two starts • Compiled 16 tackles, including 10 solo stops • Had five tackles vs. Campbell • Recorded three solo hits vs. Lenoir-Rhyne • Had two solo stops at Jacksonville • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Saw action in all 11 games • Posted tackles vs. Campbell, San Diego and Butler. Prep Years: Four-year starter for coach Bob Lewis at Harrells Christian Academy • School record holder with 4,431 rushing yards and 67 total touchdowns (56 rushing, nine receiving and two defensive) • Named all-state as a sophomore and senior, three-time first-team all-conference and three-time first-team all-county • BEFIC Conference Player of the Year in 2007, Oasis Shrine Bowl Participant and Wendy’s Heisman State finalist • Also a three-time all-conference selection in baseball • Had the overall highest academic average all four years and was class Valedictorian • Belk Scholarship nominee. Personal: Born Nov. 5, 1989 • The son of Greg and Alice Butler • Has a younger brother, Harrison • Great uncle, Freddie Butler Jr., played soccer at Davidson in the 1950s • Great uncle, Frank Butler, played soccer at North Carolina in the 1950s • Cousins Freddie Butler III and Bryan Butler attended Davidson, and cousin Paul Stroup is a current student at Davidson.

CAREER STATS 2008 2009 2010

G 11 10 11

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds 1 2 3 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 10 6 16 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2 4 6 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0

TOTAL

32

13

12

25

0.0

0

0.0

0

0

0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

BK 0 0 1

0

0

0

1


VETERAN PROFILES JONATHAN

14

CARKHUFF So.

6-0

195

Marietta, Ga. Lovett

QB

Notes: Team captain. 2010: Named PFL Freshman Offensive Player of the Year • Threw for 2,002 yards, ranking ninth on the Davidson single-season chart • 197 completions are the fourth-most in a season at Davidson, and 59.9 completion percentage (329 attempts) also ranks fourth • Threw for 12 touchdowns with nine interceptions • Played in all 11 games and started the last nine • The first true freshman to start at quarterback for Davidson since Beaux Jones in 2004 • Set the school record with 41 completions at Drake, breaking the old mark of 37, set in 1973 • Tied the school record for completion percentage in a game by completing 21-of-27 passes (77.8 percent) at Marist • Completed 41-of-56 passes for 306 yards and a TD at Drake • Threw for 270 yards and a 71-yard touchdown at Morehead State • Compiled 257 yards and two scores vs. San Diego. Prep Years: Four-year lettermen and three-time Offensive MVP for coach Mike Muschamp at Lovett High School • Three-time AA All-State selection and team captain as a junior and senior • Owns all Lovett quarterback career records with 6,062 passing yards, 58 TDs, 60 percent completion rate and 146.5 efficiency rating • Rushed for 18 career touchdowns • Also lettered in baseball four years and was named all-area and the 2009 GHSA Dugout Club AA Player of the Year • National Honor Society • Played saxophone in school’s concert and jazz band. Personal: Born Sept. 15, 1991 • The son of William and Lois Carkhuff • Has two older brothers, Bejay and Philip • Father played football at Chattanooga.

CAREER STATS 2010

G 11

Att Cmp Int 329 197 9

Yds TD 2002 12

DAN

9

CASEY So.

6-2

Lg Rush Yds TD Lg 71 50 -203 0 15

Rock Hill, S.C. Westminster Catawba Christian

195

DB

ETHAN

51

Wilmington, Del. Brandywine

CLARK Sr.

6-3

275

OL

Notes: Switched from the defensive line to the offensive line midway through the 2009 season. 2010: Started all 11 games • Anchored the offensive line and helped the Wildcats rush for 80 yards and compile 287 yards of offense a game • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in seven contests, spending most time on the offensive side of the ball • Played on an offensive line that helped the ‘Cats rush for an average of 146.1 yards a contest, which ranked fourth in the PFL • Had two tackles at Elon before making the position switch • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Did not see any game action for the ‘Cats. Prep Years: Four-year letterwinner for Steve Dent at Brandywine High School • Named first-team all-conference as an offensive tackle and secondteam all-conference as a defensive end in 2007 • Played in the annual Delaware Blue Gold All-Star Game • Team MVP in 2007 and three-time academic allstate • National Honor Society, 2008 Brandywine Scholar Athlete of the Year, Outstanding Student-Athlete Award. Personal: Born Oct. 14, 1989 • The son of Byron and Mary Clark • Has two brothers, Zach and Chris • Enjoys fly fishing and cycling.

JOE

61

Raleigh, N.C. Ravenscroft

CLINE Sr.

6-1

260

OL

2010: Saw action in three contests • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Did not see any action • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action for the Wildcats. Prep Years: Three-year letterwinner for coach Ned Gonet at Ravenscroft School • Named all-state as a defensive tackle and all-conference as an offensive and defensive lineman • Oasis All-Star Shrine Classic starter at right tackle • Also lettered in track and field • National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, four-year honor roll student, Chemistry Olympiad national finalist. Personal: Born June 5, 1990 • The son of William and Virginia Cline • Father and uncle, Steve Cline, both attended Davidson • Sings in a men’s A cappella group.

CHRIS

18

Chicago, Ill. Glenbard West

COCHRANE Jr.

6-4

215

QB

2010: Played in all 11 games • Ranked 10th on the squad with 28 tackles • Had

2010: Made his first career start at Lenoir-Rhyne • Played in five contests •

three tackles for loss, a sack and an interception • Compiled 21 solo hits • Posted seven tackles (5 solo), two tackles for loss and a sack vs. Dayton • Had five hits and a sack at Drake • Recorded four tackles and an interception for 19 return yards at Marist • Made six tackles at Morehead State • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Played for coach Ben McGarity at Westminster Catawba Christian School • Named all-state (NCISAA) and allconference • Played in the Oasis Shrine Bowl • Also lettered in track • National Honor Society and High Honor Roll • Special Olympics volunteer • Made mission trips to Grenada, Guatemala and Belize. Personal: Born Jan. 6, 1992 • The son of Ray and Esther Casey • Has five sisters and five brothers • Father played basketball at King’s College and sister, Victoria, plays soccer at Grace College • Cousin, Ryan Kelly, plays basketball at Duke.

Completed all four passing attempts for 55 yards and a touchdown vs. Jacksonville • Threw for 57 yards at Lenoir-Rhyne • Completed three passes for 36 yards at Drake • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Did not see any action. Prep Years: Played football for coach Chad Hetlet at Glenbard West • Named all-conference, academic all-conference and academic all-state • Team captain for football and basketball • Academic all-conference for basketball • High Honor Roll all four years • Illinois State Scholar. Personal: Born May 9, 1991 • The son of John and Patricia Cochrane • Has three brothers, Andrew, Tim and Brian, and a sister, Emily.

CAREER STATS 2010

G 11

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD FF FR BK 21 7 28 3.0 12 2.0 3 1 19 1 0 0 0

CAREER STATS 2009 2010

G 0 5

Att Cmp Int 0 0 0 27 14 3

Yds 0 144

TD 0 1

TOTAL

5

27

144

1

14

3

Lg Rush Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 0 0 29 5 16 0 23 29

5

16

0

23

11


VETERAN PROFILES MICHAEL

2

Delaware, Ohio Hayes

CORBETT So.

5-9

175

DB

2010: Played in seven contests • Saw action on defense and special teams • Recorded two tackles vs. Jacksonville. Prep Years: Three-year lettermen who started 31 consecutive games for coach Mike Luparo at Rutherford B. Hayes High School • First-team all-conference, second-team all-district and team MVP as a senior • Named second-team all-conference as a junior • Also won Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award and named Academic All-Ohio • Owns school record with a 94-yard punt return • National Honor Society • Class salutatorian • Also lettered in track and lacrosse. Personal: Born Feb. 8, 1992 • The son of Michael Corbett and Lisa Russell • Has four brothers, Matt, Mitch, Nick and Dan • Cousin, Shawna Kelly, is a gymnast at North Carolina • Uncle, Pat Corbett, lettered in track at Fredonia State.

CAREER STATS 2010

G 7

83

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD FF FR BK 1 1 2 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ETHAN

New York, N.Y. Regis

CORCORAN So.

6-2

220

TE

Notes: Joining the football team for his first full season • Practiced with the team in the Spring. Before Davidson: Participated in javelin for three years at Regis • Placed 12th in State competitions • Won the Empire State Games • As a member of the soccer team, advanced to the semi-finals of the NYC Catholic High School Association tournament two years in a row. Personal: Son of Michael and Mimi Randolph • Has three siblings, Michael, Alex, and Teddy • Intends to major in political science • Father played football and lacrosse at Yale, while mother competed in gymnastics for the Bulldogs.

38

CHASE

CULBERTSON Sr.

6-0

Chicago, Ill. Hinsdale Central

220

FB

2010: Played in nine games and started six • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in all 10 games • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action for the Wildcats. Prep Years: Won two letters under Mike DiMatto at Hinsdale Central • Suburban Life all-area honorable mention • Named to all-conference academic team and two-time scholar athlete • Also won three letters in wrestling • National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Student Council member. Personal: Born May 29, 1990 • The son of Craig and Lauren Culbertson • Has four siblings • Sister, Harley, played tennis at Illinois Wesleyan • Sister, Caitlin, is a senior at Davidson • Father also graduated from Davidson.

93

DREW

DANILLER-VARGHESE Sr.

6-2

260

Austin, Texas St. Stephen’s

SHERROD

81

Baltimore, Md. St. Paul’s School

DAVIS Jr.

5-11

175

WR

2010: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action. 2009: Did not see any action. Prep Years: Played varsity football for two years under coach Dave Dolch at St. Paul’s School • MIAA All-Conference as a senior • Also lettered two years in basketball • Modern Language Honor Society for Spanish and German in 2008 • Student Body Vice President and member of Honor Council. Personal: Born Feb. 8, 1991 • The son of Reginald Davis and Sheranda Dildy • Campaigned for Barack Obama.

24

JELANI

Bronx, N.Y. The Peddie School

DOEMAN Jr.

6-0

220

OLB

Notes: Moved from running back to outside linebacker prior to the 2010 campaign. 2010: Played in nine contests • Recorded two tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss at Lenoir-Rhyne. 2009: Played in the final two contests of the season. Prep Years: Played a combination of four years for Coach Pickert at Hackley and Coach Harlan at The Peddie School • Rushed for 1,217 yards and 16 TDs as a junior • Averaged 135 yards a game and 9.4 yards a carry and was named first-team all-league and an honorable mention selection to the Scholar-Athlete Team • Missed senior season because of an injury • Also lettered in basketball, baseball and track. Personal: Born Oct. 26, 1990 • The son of Lillieth Thompson.

CAREER STATS 2009 2010

G 2 9

TOTAL

11

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD FF FR BK 0 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0.5 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

46

1

1

2

0.5

1

0.0

0

JOHN

6-3

0

0

0

0

0

Bellaire, Texas Episcopal

DREXEL So.

0

205

OLB

Notes: Moving from defensive back to outside linebacker this season. 2010: Played in three games. Prep Years: Played for coach Steve Leisz at Episcopal DL

2010: Played in one game, the season finale at Presbyterian • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Did not see any action • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action for the Wildcats. Prep Years: Three-year varsity letterman for George Kirk at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School • All-conference honorable mention • Team was a two-time finalist in the Southwest Preparatory Conference Championship game • Also lettered four seasons as a goalkeeper in soccer and

12

earned one letter in golf • Belk Scholar, four-year honor roll member, National Merit Finalist. Personal: Born Dec. 3, 1989 • The son of Philip Varghese and Mae Daniller • Has a younger brother, Max • Aunt, Marie Varghese, was India’s women’s sprint champion in the 100m and 200m in 1975 • Cousin, Elizabeth Altmaier, plays basketball at Harvard • Cousin, Pam Joneja, swam at Stanford.

High School • Named all-conference and won the Sportsmanship Award • Team won the state championship • Also all-conference in soccer and lettered in track and lacrosse • National Honor Society • Student body Vice President • Participated in mission trips to Costa Rica, Jamaica, New Orleans and Mexico • Graduated summa cum laude • Named Episcopal’s Male Student Athlete of the Year for 2009-10 and earned the Excellence Award in the study of Religion. Personal: Born Sept. 24, 1991 • The son of Steven and Amy Drexel • Has an older sister, Hope, and a younger brother, Bill • Father played football at Alma College • Mother was a diver at Michigan State.


VETERAN PROFILES

27

ADAM

Myersville, Md. Middletown

DULBERGER Jr.

6-1

185

56

DB

ALEX

Murrysville, Pa. Franklin Regional

FLEMING Sr.

6-2

270

OL

2010: Played in the last 10 games of the season • Recorded six tackles and a

Notes: Team captain. 2010: Started all nine games he played in • Has made 14

tackle for loss • Had two tackles and a pass breakup vs. Jacksonville • Also credited with tackles against Butler, Morehead State, San Diego and Presbyterian • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in one contest – vs. Lenoir-Rhyne • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Twoyear team captain for coach Kevin Lynott at Middletown High School • Honorable mention all-state, first-team all-conference and first-team AllGazette as a cornerback in 2008 • Second-team all-area and second-team allconference as a wide receiver in 2008 • Second-team all-conference, Honorable Mention All-Gazette and Honorable Mention all-area as a cornerback in 2007 • Honorable Mention all-conference as a wide receiver in 2007 • First-team allstate academic • Valedictorian, AP Scholar, Frederick County Male ScholarAthlete of the Year, National Honor Society. Personal: Born Sept. 25, 1991 • The son of Jack Dulberger and Kathy Long • Has two brothers, David and Kevin, and a sister, Jenny.

career starts • Anchored the offensive line and helped the Wildcats rush for 80 yards and compile 287 yards of offense a game. 2009: Played in eight games, making five starts • Played on an offensive line that helped the ‘Cats rush for an average of 146.1 yards a contest, which ranked fourth in the PFL • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action for the Wildcats. Prep Years: Played for coach Marcus Muster at Kiski Prep and for coach Greg Botta at Franklin Regional High School • Named all-conference in 2007 and ranked third in the nation for all prep schools in 2007; team won the Interstate Prep School Championship • Played in PSFCA East West All-Star Game after earning all-conference honors in 2006 • Franklin Regional won the Pennsylvania State AAA Championship in 2005 and won three straight conference titles • Named all-conference honorable mention in 2005 • National Honor Society, Citizenship Award. Personal: Born June 9, 1989 • The son of Chris and Linda Fleming • Has a brother, Andy, who plays football at Alleghany College • Father played football and golf at Dickinson College • Uncle, Lex Fleming, participated in crew at Navy.

CAREER STATS 2009 2010

G 1 10

TOTAL

11

55

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD FF FR BK 0 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 6 1.0 1 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

3

6

1.0

1

0.0

0

JOEY

6-2

0

1

0

0

0

Burke, Va. Robinson

ESPOSITO Jr.

0

275

OL

2010: Played in three games • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Team captain for coach Mark Bendorf at James W. Robinson Secondary School • First-team all-district, first-team allregion and all-state honorable mention in football • All-district and all-region in shot put for track team • Went to state championship in first season throwing the shot put • Won Athletics Boosters Award for Indoor Track • National Honor Society, Great American Rivalry Series Student-Athlete Award and Scholarship. Personal: Born May 2, 1991 • The son of Frank and Karen Esposito • Has an older sister, Dana • Eagle Scout.

78

BOBBY

Snellville, Ga. Shiloh

FREEMAN So.

6-3

275

OL

2010: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Three-year lettermen for coach Keith Wilkes at Shiloh High School • Named to county all-star team and team MVP • Gwinnett County Player of the Month for October, 2009 • Two-time AllCounty Scholar Athlete • Also lettered in baseball • National Beta Club • Attended National Youth Forum on Medicine at Emory University. Personal: Born July 10, 1992 • The son of Kevin and Donna Freeman • Has a younger brother, John • Grandfather played football at Duke.

88

LANNY

Raleigh, N.C. Ravenscroft

FUNSTEN Jr.

6-2

185

WR

2010: Named second-team All-PFL • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll •

17

JOHN

Olympia, Wash. Timberline

FERREIRA So.

5-10

180

DB

2010: Saw action in the first game of the season against Georgetown. Prep Years: Four-year lettermen for coach Nick Mullen at Timberline High School • Honorable Mention all-state, first-team all-area and first-team all-league as a defensive back in 2009; also second-team all-league as a wide receiver • Second-team all-league as a DB in 2008 • Three-year captain and four-year Distinguished Scholar Award • Won George Stegie Memorial Award • National Honor Society • Class salutatorian and four-year Honor Roll • Editor of school newspaper, The Blazer, which won Second Best in Show at the National Convention and the Pacemaker Award. Personal: Born Oct. 12, 1991 • The son of Marvin and Susan Ferreira • Has an older sister, Meghan, and a younger brother, Kyle • Grandfather, Marvin Ferreira, played football at Santa Clara.

Ranked fifth in the PFL in receptions and receiving yards • Started all 10 games he played in • Missed the season finale at Presbyterian because of an injury • Caught 47 passes for 685 yards and six touchdowns • Averaged 68.5 receiving yards a contest • Caught a game-winning, 71-yard TD pass at Morehead State • Had seven receptions for 175 yards and two scores in that game and subsequently earned FCS National Wide Receiver of the Week honors from the College Football Performance Awards • Caught 10 passes for 102 yards at Drake • Had six receptions for 118 yards and a score vs. San Diego. 2009: Played in the final six games of the season • Had three receptions for 27 yards at Dayton • Also caught a pass at San Diego. Prep Years: Lettered for coach Ned Gonet at Raleigh Ravenscroft • Named all-state and all-conference as a senior • Participated in the 2008 Oasis All-Star Classic Game • Honor Roll, National Merit Commended Student, Spanish Honor Society. Personal: Born July 16, 1991 • The son of Landon and Martha Funsten • Has two younger sisters, Melissa and Jennifer • Uncle, Kevin Brown ran track at Dennison • Grandfather, Keith Brown ran track at Wisconsin.

CAREER STATS 2009 2010

G 6 10

Rec 4 47

Yds 30 685

Avg 7.5 14.6

TD 0 6

Lg 13 71

TOTAL

16

51

715

14.0

6

71

13


VETERAN PROFILES

89

BRENTON

Pensacola, Fla. Pensacola

GOODMAN Sr.

5-11

185

P

JAKE

60

Matthews, N.C. Providence

HALL So.

6-1

260

DL

2010: Played in the final two games of the season • Had two punts for 68 yards, placing one inside the 20-yard line vs. San Diego. 2009: Played in one contest •

2010: Played in six games • Recorded a tackle vs. Georgetown and at Campbell. Prep Years: Three-year lettermen for coach Randy Long at Providence High

Logged 135 yards on four punts and placed two inside the 20 vs. Campbell • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action for the Wildcats. Prep Years: Lettered two years for coach Mike Bennett at Pensacola High School • Named Pensacola News Journals second-team all-area as a punter • Named to Pensacola Sports Association all-star team • Named Pensacola Coaches Association first-team punter • Also lettered four years in soccer • National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, International Thespian Society. Personal: Born Aug. 28, 1989 • The son of Ross and Marci Goodman • Has an older sister, Jacqueline • Related to Michael Goodman, who played football at Florida State • Involved in theatre and voice training • Appeared in the Broadway play “Spelling Bee.”

School • Named All-Southwestern 4A in 2008 and 2009 • Team captain as a senior • Also lettered in baseball; Helped Panthers to the conference title in 2009 and 2010 • National Honor Society. Personal: Born Feb. 28, 1992 • The son of John and Alice Hall • Has a younger sister, Jillian • Father swam at Northeastern • Participated in the International Friendship Games in Amsterdam in 2007.

CAREER STATS 2010

G 6

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD FF FR BK 1 1 2 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CAREER STATS

30

2009 2010

G 1 2

TOTAL

3

Punts Yds 4 135 2 68 6

203

Avg 33.8 34.0

Lg 45 35

33.8

45

CHRIS

Chagrin Falls, Ohio Chagrin Falls

GORMAN So.

6-1

200

RB

2010: Played in one game – at Morehead State • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Played for coach Mark Iammarino at Chagrin Falls High School • First-team all-state, County MVP, District MVP and Conference MVP • Team was the state runner up • Also lettered in baseball, earning all-conference honors • Cum Laude Society. Personal: Born Nov. 12, 1991 • The son of John and Julie Gorman • Has a younger brother, Connor • Father played baseball and football at WPI.

37

CHAZZO

HABLISTON Jr.

6-0

Alexandria, Va. St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes

175

K/P

TYLER

13

Waynesboro, Ga. Burke County

HAMMETT Sr.

6-1

190

DB

2010: Played in the final six games of the season after an injury kept him out of the first five • Made five tackles on the season • Had three stops (2 solo) vs. San Diego • Also recorded a tackle at Drake and vs. Dayton • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in the secondary in the final six games of the season • Had four tackles (3 solo) vs. Morehead State • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action for the Wildcats. Prep Years: Lettered three seasons for coach Eric Parker at Burke County High School • Broke nine school passing records • Won Coca-Cola Golden Helmet Award • Led team to first region championship in 10 years • Augusta Chronicle all-area honorable mention in football and baseball • Valedictorian, National Society of High School Scholars, Georgia Certificate of Merit, Wendy’s High School Heisman. Personal: Born May 17, 1990 • The son of Randy and Linda Hammett • Has two older brothers, Ben and Drew.

CAREER STATS 2008 2009 2010

G 1 6 6

TOTAL

13

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds 0 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 3 1 4 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 2 3 5 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 5

4

9

0.0

0

0.0

0

0

0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 1 0

BK 0 0 0

0

0

1

0

2010: Saw action in the last four games of the season, serving as the Wildcats’ primary kickoff specialist • Kicked off 11 times for a total of 716 yards (65.1 yard average) and had a touchback at Marist • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in one contest • Logged one punt for 37 yards and placed it inside the 20 against Campbell • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Team captain for coach David Holm at St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes • Firstteam All-VISAA and second-team All-Met as a kicker • First-team all-conference as a punter and kicker • Also played wide receiver and defensive back • Team’s leading scorer in 2008 (36 points) and second-leading scorer in 2007 (43 points) • Also lettered in basketball and baseball and was awarded the Silver Bowl for participating 12 seasons in varsity sports • Helped lead baseball team to IAC Championship in 2009 and was named first-team All-IAC and secondteam All-VISAA • Team captain was also named team MVP • Inducted into Cum Laude Society, head of the Athletic Council. Personal: Born Sept. 3, 1990 • The son of Charles and Ann Morton Habliston • Has an older sister, Caroline and a younger brother, Bennet • Caroline played field hockey and Charles played soccer at Washington and Lee University.

CAREER STATS

14

2009 2010

G 1 4

KO 1 11

Yds 0 716

Avg 0.0 65.1

TOTAL

5

12

716

65.1

31

CHAD

Sylva, N.C. Smoky Mountain

HARPER Jr.

5-10

190

OLB

2010: Saw action in seven contests • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Did not see any game action • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Team captain for coach Dale Galloway at Smoky Mountain High School • Named All-Western Athletic Conference as a senior and earned honorable mention honors as a junior • Led his team in tackles as a junior and senior • Also lettered in wrestling • State qualifier at 189 pounds and named to NC Mat All-Academic Team • President of National Honor Society, National Merit Commended student. Personal: Born June 16, 1991 • The son of Rick and Patti Harper • Has an older sister, Jill, and two older brothers, Josh and David • David played football at Wheaton College • Has four relatives who attended Davidson.


VETERAN PROFILES MATT

2

Jamestown, N.C. Ragsdale

HEAVNER Sr.

6-3

190

CAMERON

5

QB

Concord, N.C. North Mecklenburg

JOE So.

5-10

205

OLB

2010: Started the opener against Georgetown and played in four games on the

2010: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Three-year lettermen and two-

season • Completed 18-of-30 passes for 135 yards against the Hoyas • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in nine games and started the last two • Threw for 227 yards and a TD • Completed 7-of-10 passes for 66 yards and a score at Jacksonville • Completed 8-of-17 passes for 49 yards at Dayton • Completed 6-of-9 passes for 57 yards vs. Marist • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Played at Campbell but did not attempt a pass. Prep Years: Played for coach Tommy Norwood at Ragsdale • Mid-Piedmont 3-AA Offensive Player of the Year as a senior and named second-team all-area • Tied the national record with a 99-yard touchdown pass • Earned all-conference honors as a junior • National Honor Society, nominee for Wendy’s High School Heisman. Personal: Born Oct. 1, 1989 • The son of Hal and Tammy Heavner • Has two siblings, Jamie and Luke.

year starter for coach Michael Bradley at North Mecklenburg High School • Team captain • Also lettered in track and lacrosse • National Honor Society and Coca-Cola Scholarship semifinalist • Student body President • Volunteer at Ada Jenkins Center. Personal: Born Feb. 17, 1992 • The son of Michelle Gill.

CAREER STATS G 1 9 4

2008 2009 2010

TOTAL 14

32

Att Cmp Int 0 0 0 70 34 5 30 18 1

Yds 0 227 135

TD 0 1 0

100

362

1

52

6

Lg Rush Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 0 0 24 5 -12 0 6 17 3 -6 0 2 24

8

PATRICK

0

6

Potomac, Md. Landon

HUNT Sr.

-18

6-1

210

OLB

2010: Started eight of the nine games he played in and has started 22 career contests, the most of any returner on the team • Missed two games with an injury • Finished the season with 24 tackles, three tackles for loss, a sack and a 40yard fumble return • Recorded five solo hits vs. Dayton • Had five tackles (4 solo) at Presbyterian • Credited with four tackles and a tackle for loss vs. Buter • Collected two tackles and the fumble return at Marist. 2009: Started all 10 games • Third on the squad with 57 tackles to go along with 7.5 tackles for loss, a sack, an interception and a fumble recovery • Logged 11 tackles and a tackle for loss vs. Campbell • Had 11 tackles (6 solo) and 1.5 tackles for loss at Butler • Logged six tackles, two tackles for loss, a sack and a fumble recovery against Morehead State • Recorded three solo stops, a tackle for loss and an interception vs. Marist • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Started the last four games of the season and played in eight contests • Credited with 20 tackles, two sacks, a forced fumble and a pass breakup • Had seven tackles, a sack and a forced fumble at Campbell • Had five tackles, a sack and a pass breakup at Drake • Recorded four tackles against Marist. Prep Years: Played for coach Rob Bordley at the Landon School • All-state honorable mention, second-team All-Gazette and all-league • Member of Chinese National Honor Society, President of the Chinese Club and President of the China Round Table of Washington, D.C. Personal: Born March 16, 1990 • The son of Lori Hunt • Has three siblings, Jenni, Tyler and Matthew • Related to Chuck Bednarik, who played football at Penn and for the Philadelphia Eagles • Spent two summers studying overseas.

CAREER STATS 2008 2009 2010

G 8 10 9

UA 8 27 12

A Total TFL 12 20 2.0 30 57 7.5 12 24 3.0

TOTAL 27 47 54 101 * Returned fumble 40 yards

Yds 11 19 12

12.5 42

Sack Yds INT Yds 2.0 11 0 0 1.0 2 1 8 1.0 7 0 0 4.0

20

1

8

PD 1 1 0

FF 1 0 0

FR 0 1 1*

BK 0 0 0

2

1

2

0

40

BRAD

Norfolk, Va. Norfolk Academy

JOHNSON Jr.

6-2

240

DL

Notes: Moved from outside linebacker to the defensive line prior to the 2010 season. 2010: Played in 10 games • Credited with two tackles, a tackle for loss and an assist on a sack for the year • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in nine games and started one • Had solo tackles at Elon and Butler • Also recovered a fumble against Elon • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Lettered for coach Dennis McCall at Norfolk Academy • All-conference selection as a linebacker and an offensive guard • Team captain as a senior and received Coach’s Award • Also lettered in lacrosse • Honor Roll student. Personal: Born July 12, 1991 • The son of Brian and Donna Johnson • Has a younger sibling, Dani • Lost 65 pounds as a senior in high school to play linebacker at Davidson.

CAREER STATS 2009 2010

G 9 10

TOTAL

19

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD FF FR BK 2 0 2 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 1.0 4 0.5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

28

2

4

1.0

4

0.5

3

0

MARCUS

6-1

0

0

1

0

Coshocton, Ohio Coshocton

JOHNSTON So.

0

195

RB

2010: Played in nine games • Rushed for 82 yards on 26 carries and caught five passes for 22 yards • Ran 12 times for 32 yards and caught a pass at Morehead State • Had eight carries for 23 yards vs. Jacksonville • Ran five times for 27 yards against Butler • Caught three passes for 23 yards at Drake. Prep Years: Played for coach and father Marty Arganbright at Coshocton High School • Ran for 4,649 career yards, scoring 68 TDs and 412 points • School record holder in rushing yards and points • First-team All-Ohio and played in North/South Game • Three-time first-team all-league and first-team all-region • Two-time first-team all-district • National Honor Society. Personal: Born Nov. 26, 1991 • The son of Marty and Dawn Arganbright • Marty played football at Muskingum College.

CAREER STATS 2010

G Rush Yds Avg 9 26 82 3.2

TD 0

Lg 10

Rec Yds 5 22

TD 0

Lg 16

15


VETERAN PROFILES PETER

15

Marshall, Va. Fauquier

KIDWELL Sr.

6-0

210

42

DB

MICHAEL

Tampa, Fla. Jesuit

LAMOUREUX So.

6-0

210

FB

Notes: Team captain. 2010: Named second-team All-PFL • Named first-team

2010: Saw action in one contest. Prep Years: Three-year lettermen for coach Joe

PFL All-Academic • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Named ESPN The Magazine first-team Academic All-District by CoSIDA • Tied for 16th in the PFL in tackles, tied for 11th in pass breakups and ranked fourth in tackles by a defensive back • Started all 11 games and has started 17 in a row • Ranked third on third on the team with 68 tackles and recorded six tackles for loss and a half sack • Led the team with 47 solo hits, five pass breakups and two interceptions • Had 11 tackles and a pass breakup vs. San Diego • Made 10 stops (7 solo) and had a pass breakup vs. Dayton • Posted nine tackles (7 solo) and two tackles for loss against Georgetown • Credited with interceptions vs. Butler and at Marist • Had six tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss at Lenoir-Ryhne. 2009: Earned All-PFL Honorable Mention Honors • Named ESPN The Magazine first-team Academic All-District by CoSIDA • Named first-team Academic All-PFL and to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Earned PFL Player of the Week honors Nov. 7 after he returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown and posted four tackles at San Diego • Ranked fourth in the PFL in interceptions with three and tied for 12th in tackles by defensive backs with 5.3 a game • Played in all 10 games, starting the last six • Finished with 53 tackles, three interceptions and two pass breakups • His 105 INT return yards were the most for a Wildcat since 1999 • Returned an interception 30 yards for a TD and added four tackles at San Diego • Recorded seven tackles and returned an INT 38 yards at Dayton • Had eight stops and an INT for 37 yards vs. Drake • Recorded 11 tackles and a breakup vs. Marist. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Played in 10 games on special teams and defense • Credited with 12 tackles for the season • Also returned a kickoff 25 yards at Valparaiso • Had four tackles at Campbell • Made three stops vs. Butler • Collected tackles against Morehead State, Valpo, Dayton and Marist. Prep Years: Played for coach Greg Hatfield at Fauquier High School • First-team all-district as a wide receiver and cornerback in 2006 • First-team all-district as kick returner and safety in 2007 and second-team all-district as a wide receiver • Also earned second-team all-region as a kick returner and safety in 2007 • Lettered in basketball and lacrosse as well • National Honor Society. Personal: Born Dec. 14, 1989 • The son of Patrick and Jeanne Kidwell • Has three siblings, Jennifer, Jackie and PJ • Father played college football at Stonehill.

Ross at Jesuit High School • Won the Jesuit Football Scholar Athlete Award in 2009 and the National Football Foundation Tampa Chapter Scholar Athlete Award in 2010 • Also won Jesuit’s O’Connell Award for athletic and academic achievement and named to the National High School Coaches Association AllAcademic Team • Four-year lettermen in wrestling and finished fourth in the state at 215 pounds in 2010 • National Honor Society and Principal’s Leadership Award • Student body president. Personal: Born Oct. 19, 1991 • The son of John and Mary Catherine Lamoureux • Has a younger brother, John, and two younger sisters, Claire and Caroline • Father ran track at Fordham and two uncles played quarterback at Yale • Another uncle played baseball at Cornell and a fourth uncle played football at the University of Rochester.

CAREER STATS 2008 2009 2010

G 10 10 11

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD 6 6 12 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 35 18 53 2.0 9 0.0 0 3 105* 5 47 21 68 6.0 29 0.5 2 2 0 7

TOTAL 31 88 45 133 8.0 *Includes 30-yard return for TD

72

38

0.5

2

ADAM

6-2

105 12 0

FR 0 0 0

BK 0 0 1

0

1

Kinnelon, N.J. Don Bosco Prep

KURTZ So.

5

FF 0 0 0

280

OL

2010: Played in eight games and made two starts for the Wildcats • Anchored the offensive line and helped the Wildcats rush for 80 yards and compile 287 yards of offense a game. Prep Years: Four-year lettermen for coach Greg Toal at Don Bosco Prep • Team won four consecutive state titles and was the 2009 National Champion • Named first-team all-league, second-team All-Suburban and third-team all-county • Also lettered three seasons in lacrosse • National Honor Society • Attendee at the National Youth Leadership Forum. Personal: Born Jan. 7, 1992 • The son of Jerry and Debbie Kurtz • Has one younger sibling, Jordyn • Cousin, Jon Buice, ran track at Syracuse.

16

92

NATE

Waldorf, Md. La Plata

LARSEN So.

6-6

240

DL

2010: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Played for coach Andrew Loucks at La Plata High School • Named all-county and selected to play in SMAC vs. Prince George’s County All-Star Game • Won Team Sportsmanship Award and also lettered in basketball • National Honor Society, Presidential Award for Academic Excellence and Maryland Distinguished Scholar. Personal: Born Oct. 29, 1991 • The son of Stephen and Wanda Larsen • Has a younger sister, Emma • Cousin, Brian Schneider, plays football at John Carroll and cousin, Alex Schneider, plays football at Mercyhurst • Uncle, Jess Bulkowski, played football at Baldwin-Wallace.

50

RICHARD

Lebanon, Va. Lebanon

LOCKRIDGE Sr.

5-11

215

LB

2010: Played in all 11 games • Posted nine tackles on the season • Credited with four tackles (3 solo) at Lenoir-Rhyne • Had two tackles vs. Butler • Had a tackle against Jacksonville, Morehead State and Presbyterian • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in all 10 games • Recorded solo tackles against Elon, Jacksonville and Marist • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Played in the final game of the season against Butler. Prep Years: Four-year lettermen for coach John Adams at Lebanon High School • Named to Virginia Preps all-state team and two-time all-region • Also two-time all-district and district Defensive Player of the Year • Defensive MVP and team captain as a senior • National Honor Society, AIM Scholar. Personal: Born May 13, 1989 • The son of Dick and Judy Lockridge • Has an older sister, Lena • Father and uncle played football at VMI • Grandfather played basketball at Roanoke College.

CAREER STATS 2008 2009 2010

G 1 10 11

TOTAL

22

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds 0 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 4 5 9 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 7

5

12

0.0

0

0.0

0

0

0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

BK 0 0 0

0

0

0

0


VETERAN PROFILES

57

NASSER

MALLOUKY So.

5-10

captain for both • All-state and all-conference in track • High Honors GPA at Woodberry Forest. Personal: Born July 9, 1990 • The son of Danny and Silvia Martinez • Has three siblings, Sofia, Monica and Angel • Earned Craig Scholarship to Davidson.

Charlotte, N.C. Independence

230

CAREER STATS

LS

2010: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Lettered two years for coach Tom Knotts at Independence High School • Also lettered two seasons in golf • National Honor Society and Scholar Athlete Award. Personal: Born March 13, 1992 • The son of Ismail and Teresa Mallouky • Has two siblings, Said and Leila.

44

ELLIS

Sr.

6-1

255

G 2 1

Rec 3 3

TOTAL

3

6

66

Morganton, N.C. Freedom

MARTIN

2009 2010

DL

2010: Ranked 13th in the PFL in sacks, tied for ninth in tackles for loss and tied for 20th in tackles by a defensive lineman • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Started all 11 games and has started in 17 consecutive contests • Recorded 33 tackles (21 solo) on the year • Tied the team lead with 11.5 tackles for loss and registered 4.5 sacks • Had 7.5 tackles for loss and three sacks in the last three games • Credited with six tackles (4 solo), 3.5 tackles for loss and a sack vs. San Diego • Had four tackles, two tackles for loss and a sack at Marist • Recorded five tackles (4 solo), two tackles for loss and a sack at Presbyterian • Posted four tackles and 1.5 sacks against Georgetown. 2009: Played in all 10 games and started eight • Collected 26 tackles, five tackles for loss and two sacks on the season • Recorded four stops against Elon, San Diego and Marist • Had three tackles vs. Campbell, Morehead State and Butler • Sacks came against Elon and San Diego • Had a pass breakup and a blocked kick vs. Marist • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Played in three contests • Credited with five tackles and a half sack • Made three stops at Campbell • Collected a tackle vs. Dayton and San Diego. Prep Years: Played for Jason Watson at Freedom High School • Named allconference as a junior and senior • Voted best linebacker as a junior and Defensive MVP as a senior • Also named team captain as a senior • National Honor Society. Personal: Born April 14, 1990 • The son of Jim Martin and Tyra Jones • Has a younger brother, Andrew • Uncle, Darren Wilson, played defensive end at Appalachian State • Father played football at Lenoir-Rhyne.

Yds TD 21 0 20 0 41

0

LG 11 11 11

KR Yds TD Lg 4 53 0 15 0 0 0 0 4

53

0

LEWIS

Apex, N.C. Apex

MCALISTER Jr.

6-3

15

245

DL

2010: Started all 10 games he played in; missed one contest with an injury • Tied for 16th in the PFL in sacks • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Collected 19 tackles, including six for loss and three sacks, to go along with a forced fumble • Had three sacks and a forced fumble at Morehead State; named the PFL Defensive Player of the Week and FCS Honorable Mention National Defensive Lineman of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards after that performance • Recorded five tackles at Lenoir-Rhyne • Posted three tackles vs. Campbell and San Diego. 2009: Played in nine contests on the defensive line and special teams • Had three tackles at Elon • Made a solo hit vs. Lenoir-Rhyne • Assisted on a tackle for loss vs. Drake • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Played for coach Bob Wolfe at Apex High School • Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 2008 and all-conference in 2007 • Won WRAL Extra Effort Award in 2008 • Also a twotime all-conference selection in wrestling • National Merit Scholar and Honor Roll. Personal: Born Sept. 29, 1990 • The son of Don and Amy McAlister • Has two younger brothers, David and Kevin, and a younger sister, Maggie.

CAREER STATS CAREER STATS 2008 2009 2010

G 3 10 11

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds 2 3 5 0.5 6 0.5 6 0 0 12 14 26 5.0 15 2.0 7 0 0 21 12 33 11.5 39 4.5 25 0 0

TOTAL

24

35

8

29

64

17.0 60

7.0

38

DANNY

MARTINEZ Jr.

5-8

0

PD 0 1 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

BK 0 1 0

1

0

0

1

0

Modesto, Calif. Woodberry Forest School

170

WR

2010: Played in one game – the season finale at Presbyterian • Caught three passes for 20 yards in that game. 2009: Played in the first two games before an injury ended his season • Caught one pass for five yards at Elon and two for 16 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne • Also returned four kicks for 53 yards • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Team captain for coach Clint Alexander at Woodberry Forest School • First team all-state as a wide receiver in 2007, second-team all-state in 2008 and all-state honorable mention in 2006 • Three-time All-Prep selection • Also lettered in track and basketball and served as team

2009 2010

G 9 10

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD FF FR BK 1 4 5 0.5 6 0.5 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9 19 6.0 26 3.5 22 0 0 0 1 0 0

TOTAL

19

11

4

13

24

6.5

32

4.0

28

JEFF

MCDANIELS So.

6-3

190

0

0

0

1

0

0

Del Rio, Texas Del Rio

WR

2010: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Played for coach Steve Hoffman at Del Rio High School • Named first-team All-District as a wide receiver and punt returner • Named Honorable Mention All-District as a defensive back • Also lettered in basketball, track and baseball • Named team Offensive MVP in basketball • First-team all-state academic • Sports editor of school newspaper • National Honor Society. Personal: Born May 29, 1992 • The son of Jeff and Mary McDaniels • Has a younger sister, Megan, and a younger brother, Jack • Father is active duty in U.S. Air Force and Jeff Jr. has moved 12 times and attended three different high schools • Grandfather, William Fitzpatrick, played football at Boston College.

17


VETERAN PROFILES BRODY

23

Waynesville, N.C. Tuscola Senior

MEDFORD Jr.

6-1

170

DB

2010: Played in 10 games and made his first career start at Marist • Recorded 10 tackles and two pass breakups on the season • Had eight tackles (7 solo) at Marist • Also recorded a tackle vs. Jacksonville and Presbyterian. 2009: Played in one contest. Prep Years: Played for Donnie Kiefer at Tuscola High School • Named 3A all-state as a defensive back in 2008 • Named all-county and allconference in 2007 and 2008 • Named team Outstanding DB as a junior and senior • Led team to MAC Conference title as a senior and was named Red Zone Old Spice Player of the Year • Also lettered in basketball, tennis and track • Wendy’s High School Heisman. Personal: Born Dec. 12, 1990 • The son of Kevin and Tinga Medford • Has an older sister, Gillian • Father played football at Mars Hill College • Plays the guitar.

CAREER STATS 2009 2010

G 1 10

TOTAL

11

26

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD FF FR BK 0 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 2 10 0.5 1 0.0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 8

2

10

0.5

1

0.0

0

0

2

0

0

0

MOSES-HAMPTON 5-10

Windsor Mill, Md. The McDonogh School

190

DB

Notes: Team captain. 2010: Tied for sixth in the league in forced fumbles and tied for 19th in tackles by a defensive back • Played in all 11 games and started the season finale at Presbyterian • Ranked fifth on the squad with 49 tackles • Had 5.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles • Collected eight tackles (7 solo), two tackles for loss and a sack at Presbyterian • Made seven tackles against Butler, San Diego and Drake. 2009: Played in all 10 games • Finished the season with 32 tackles (20 solo), 7.5 tackles for loss and a sack • Recorded seven tackles (6 solo) vs. Morehead State • Had five stops and a tackle for loss at Dayton • Recorded three solo hits (2 for loss) at Butler • Posted two tackles and a sack vs. Drake. 2008: Played in eight games on defense and special teams • Totaled 12 tackles, half a sack and a fumble recovery • Made four stops and recovered a fumble vs. San Diego • Had five tackles at Drake • Collected two tackles at Campbell and one vs. Dayton. Prep Years: Played for coach Dominic Damico at The McDonogh School • Named All-MIAA and first-team AllExaminer Defense • Also lettered in track • Terry Scholarship winner, National Honor Society, AP Scholar, Cum Laude Society. Personal: Born April 10, 1990 • The son of Carl Hampton and Danielle Moses • Has three younger siblings, Kaman, Bryon and Leah • Has been a member of concert choir for four years and performed in Croatia and Russia.

CAREER STATS 2008 2009 2010

G 8 10 11

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds 6 6 12 0.5 1 0.0 0 0 0 20 12 32 7.5 49 1.0 11 0 0 27 22 49 5.5 18 2.5 15 0 0

TOTAL

29

53

52

40

93

13.5 68

3.5

26

PATRICK

MOYNAHAN Jr.

5-11

220

0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 2

FR 1 0 0

BK 0 0 0

0

2

1

0

0

Sandwich, Mass. BC High

LB

2010: Ranked 14th in the PFL in tackles, 18th in tackles for loss and 10th in tackles by a linebacker • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Started all 11 games • Led the team with 70 tackles to go along with nine tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks • Also recorded a pass breakup • Credited with nine tackles and a TFL at Drake • Posted nine tackles (six solo) vs. Butler • Tallied eight tackles and two tackles for loss at Morehead State • Also had eight tackles vs.

18

CAREER STATS 2009 2010

G 10 11

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds PD FF FR BK 1 5 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 29 70 9.0 26 2.5 12 0 0 1 0 0 0

TOTAL

21

42

59

34

76

9.0

26

2.5

12

JOE

6-3

0

1

0

0

0

Bull Valley, Ill. McHenry West

NEWLON Sr.

0

290

OL

2010: Started all 11 games • Anchored the offensive line and helped the

MALCOLM

Sr.

0

Georgetown and San Diego. 2009: Played in all 10 games at linebacker and on special teams • Recorded six tackles on the season • Had two stops vs. Drake and San Diego • Recorded one tackle vs. Campbell and Butler • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Played for coach Jon Bartlett at BC High and led team to the 2008 Division I Massachusetts Superbowl title • Two-way starter at linebacker and guard • All-conference as a linebacker • Named to allstate academic team • National Honor Society, Begley Scholar and recipient of the 2009 Ted Lyons Scholar Athlete Award. Personal: Born April 14, 1991 • The son of Paul and Mary-Alice Moynahan • Has a sister Claire, and three brothers, James, Thomas and Brian • Sister is on the crew team at Holy Cross • Mother played field hockey and lacrosse at Holy Cross.

Wildcats rush for 80 yards and compile 287 yards of offense a game • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Did not see any game action • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action for the ‘Cats. Prep Years: Played for coach Tim Beagle at McHenry Community High School • Named firstteam all-conference and all-area • Named Offensive Lineman of the Year and earned IHSA Football Academic All-State honors • Team has made 20 consecutive playoff appearances • Also lettered in track • Valedictorian, National Honor Society of High School Scholars, Spanish Honor Society, junior and senior class vice president, Illinois State Scholar, U.S. Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence Award, Chicago Tribune All-State Academic Team Finalist. Personal: Born April 9, 1990 • The son of Shaun and Christine Newlon • Has three sisters, Sarah, Jessica and Rebecca, and one brother, John • Father played football at Northwestern University.

74

RICK

Knoxville, Tenn. Webb School

NYE Jr.

6-0

280

OL

Notes: Moving from defensive line to offensive line this season. 2010: Played in five games. 2009: Played in one contest – vs. Campbell • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Lettered four years for coach Dave Meske at Webb School in Tennessee • Named Best Blocker and team captain • Also lettered four seasons in track and two in wrestling • Eagle Scout. Personal: Born Sept. 10, 1991 • The son of Richard and Renee Nye • Has two younger sisters, Maddie and Hannah.

12

NICK

Tierra Verde, Fla. Berkley Prep

OROBELLO Jr.

5-11

170

WR

2010: Saw action in six contests • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Had three punt returns for 21 yards, including a 14-yard return • Had two returns for 16 yards at Morehead State and one return for five yards vs. Jacksonville. 2009: Did not see any game action • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep


VETERAN PROFILES Years: Lettered for coach Dominick Ciao at Berkeley Preparatory School • Team academic state champions • Hillsborough Academic/Athletic Hall of Fame • National Honor Society, Science Honor Society. Personal: Born March 25, 1991 • The son of Pete and Jill Orobello • Has five siblings – Peter, Katy, Ryan, Tayler and Morgan.

CAREER STATS 2009 2010

G 0 6

Rec 0 0

TOTAL

6

0

70

Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0

0

LG 0 0 0

PR Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 0 3 21 0 14 3

21

JON

6-4

315

2010: Played in eight games, mostly on special teams • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Team captain and three-year lettermen for coach Joseph DiCanio at Fenwick High School • Two-time all-conference honorable mention • Football Top Student-Athlete Award Winner • Also lettered in wrestling and track • National Honor Society, Illinois State Scholar. Personal: Born Feb. 12, 1991 • The son of Michael and Jackie Osterhout • Has a younger brother, Steven.

95

Marietta, Ga. Sprayberry

POPHAM Sr.

6-2

240

PRATER So.

6-0

220

LB

coach Phil Massey at Baylor School • All-region and team captain • East Tennessee Chapter of the College Football Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete and TSSAA Scholar Athlete • Also lettered in basketball and was the team’s Ironman Award recipient • National Honor Society • Bryant Scholarship Recipient. Personal: Born Jan. 28, 1992 • The son of Jay and Cari Prater • Has three siblings, Dylan, Gracey and Tate.

14

OL

MORGAN

Signal Mountain, Tenn. Baylor

2010: Played in nine games, mostly on special teams. Prep Years: Played for

Elmhurst, Ill. Fenwick

OSTERHOUT Jr.

0

47

BEN

DAN

19

REDINGER Jr.

sive lineman • Named second-team All-PFL • Named first-team PFL AllAcademic • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Named ESPN The Magazine first-team Academic All-District by CoSIDA • Started all 11 games • Ranked sixth on the team with 42 tackles and added 10 tackles for loss, two sacks and a pass breakup • Also blocked a kick • Had six tackles, two TFL and a sack vs. Butler • Recorded seven tackles at Campbell • Had six tackles and 1.5 TFL against San Diego • Posted two tackles for loss and a sack at Morehead State. 2009: Played in all 10 games, making one start • Posted 18 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, a sack and two pass breakups for the season • Had seven tackles, a sack and a pass breakup vs. Drake • Recorded five tackles (1 for loss) vs. Campbell • Recorded three stops at San Diego • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Played in eight contests • Collected a tackle against UNC Pembroke and Dayton. Prep Years: Three-year varsity captain for coach Billy Shackelford at Sprayberry High School • Named Outstanding Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2005 and 2006 and won the 48-Minute Man of the Year Award in 2007 • Named all-county in 2007 and three-time winner of the Cobb County Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Week • Named Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2007, President of the National Honor Society, VP of Spanish Honor Society, Craig Scholarship Award winner, Georgia Merit Scholar. Personal: Born Dec. 29, 1989 • The son of Marty and Wendy Popham • Has three younger siblings, Crystal, Chase and Nicholas • Appeared on Georgia Public Broadcasting as featured Academic Athlete of the Week.

6-0

170

QB

2010: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action. 2009: Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Team captain as a junior and senior for coach Bryan Davis at Topsail High School • Named all-conference and all-area honorable mention in 2007 and 2008 • Also lettered in baseball and was a team captain as a junior and senior • Named all-conference and second-team allarea in baseball in 2008 and 2009 • Named all-state in baseball in 2009 • National Honor Society and AP Scholar with Honor Award. Personal: Born August 29, 1991 • The son of Gary and Janet Redinger • Has a younger brother, Tyler.

DL

2010: Ranked 13th in the PFL in tackles for loss and 11th in tackles by a defen-

Hampstead, N.C. Topsail Senior

58

GIANNI

McKees Rocks, Pa. Montour

RICCI Sr.

5-10

215

LB

Notes: Team captain. 2010: Played in six contests • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Recorded a tackle against Georgetown, Lenoir-Rhyne and Campbell. 2009: Played in all 10 games • Posted 14 tackles and a tackle for loss on the season • Had six stops (1 for loss) at Elon • Recorded three stops vs. Morehead State and San Diego • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Played in all 11 games on defense and special teams • Made 17 tackles for the season • Recorded two tackles and an interception at Lenoir-Rhyne • Had three tackles, a tackle for loss, a forced fumble and a pass breakup vs. Jacksonville • Made four stops against Morehead State and Valparaiso. Prep Years: Four-year starter for coach Lou Cerro at Montour High School • Team captain as a junior and a senior • Unanimously selected first-team all-conference after setting a school record with 121 tackles • Honorable Mention allstate and first-team all-state academic • Named Fox Player of the Game at the WPIAL Championship at Heinz Field • Named GoArmy.com Player of the Game four times • Played on Montour’s first undefeated championship team since 1964 • Also lettered four years in tennis • National Honor Society and served as Treasurer, High Honor Status, Highest Honor Distinction. Personal: Born July 9, 1989 • The son of Ernest and Sherry Ricci • Brother, Ernest, played football at Dickinson College • Father played football at Washington & Jefferson College • Gianni is the second student from Montour High School to play football at Davidson, joining Nick Dumich ‘71, who played in the 1969 Tangerine Bowl • Appeared on ESPN reality show Bound for Glory, which was filmed at Montour during Ricci’s sophomore season and ran for eight weeks on national television • Hall of Fame linebacker Dick Butkus coached the team that season.

CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS 2008 2009 2010

G 8 10 11

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds 1 1 2 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 9 9 18 2.5 8 1.0 5 0 0 24 18 42 10.0 19 2.0 6 0 0

TOTAL

29

34

28

62

12.5 27

3.0

11

0

0

PD 0 2 1

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

BK 0 0 1

3

0

0

1

2008 2009 2010

G 11 10 6

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds 10 7 17 1.0 1 0.0 0 1 1 6 8 14 1.0 1 0.0 0 0 0 2 1 3 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0

TOTAL

27

18

16

34

2010 FOOTBALL

2.0

2

0.0

0

1

1

PD 2 0 0

FF 1 0 0

FR 0 0 0

BK 0 0 0

2

1

0

0

19


VETERAN PROFILES

73

BEN

RICHARDSON Jr.

6-4

DCSportsfan.com Super 60 Team in 2009 • National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame National Capital Region Scholar Athlete • Team captain as a senior • National Latin Exam Gold Medalist. Personal: Born Feb. 10, 1992 • The son of John and Carole Schryber • Has an older brother, Benjamin and an older sister, Erica • Plays the guitar.

Huntsville, Ala. Randolph School

275

OL

2010: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action. 2009: Did not see any game action • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years: Team captain for Brian Case at Randolph School • Inaugural member of Fifth Quarter Club for excellence and commitment in the weight room • Also team captain in basketball • National Merit finalist, Honor Roll all four years. Personal: Born Nov. 8, 1990 • The son of Jim and Nancy Richardson • Has a younger brother, Will • Father is a 1972 graduate of Davidson.

91

NICK

Kensington, Md. Gonzaga College HS

SAVARINO Sr.

6-3

220

OLB

games • Finished the season with six tackles • Assisted on four stops at Elon • Had tackles vs. Dayton and Marist • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Did not see any game action as a sophomore. 2007: Played in one game against Valparaiso • Recorded one tackle. Prep Years: Played football for coach Kenneth Lucas at Gonzaga College High School • Won Class of 1973 Award for integrity and leadership • National Honor Society • Honor Roll seven semesters • Geza Illes Leadership award • Barnes Award. Personal: Born Nov. 28, 1988, in Baltimore • The son of Stephen and Charlotte • Father competed for the Harvard crew team • Plays the guitar.

CAREER STATS G 1 10 5

TOTAL

16

16

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds 0 1 1 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 6 6 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0

7

7

0.0

0

0.0

0

0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

BK 0 1 0

0

0

0

1

0

Wilson, N.C. Hunt

SCHICK Jr.

6-0

205

K

as the team’s primary kickoff specialist • Averaged 54.3 yards in 23 kickoffs. 2009: Played in six contests • Kicked off 18 times for 1070 yards • Posted over 200 yards vs. Morehead State, Drake and San Diego • Averaged 59.4 yards a kickoff for the year. Prep Years: Old Spice Player of the Year at Hunt High School • Named all-area, all-conference and Area Specialist of the Year • Also lettered in soccer, tennis and track • All-region, all-conference, team captain and team MVP in soccer • National Honor Society, Academic Excellence Society, Wendy’s Heisman Nominee. Personal: Born Feb. 14, 1991 • The son of Yani Schick • Has an older brother, Alex, who played soccer for four years at Xavier University.

CAREER STATS 2009 2010

G 6 9

KO 18 23

Yds 1070 1248

Avg 59.4 54.3

TOTAL

15

41

2318

56.5

JACK

SCHRYBER So.

6-0

220

McLean, Va. Georgetown Prep

LB

2010: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Played for coach Dan Paro at Georgetown Prep • Named to

20

SUTHERLAND Jr.

5-10

185

DB

Notes: Moving from linebacker to defensive back this season. 2010: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action. 2009: Did not see any game action for the Wildcats. Prep Years: Played for coach Clint Alexander at

82

BO

Alpharetta, Ga. Alpharetta

SWANSON Sr.

6-3

195

K/TE

Notes: Also playing tight end this season. 2010: Played in two games • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Attempted an onside kick against Jacksonville.

2009: Played in one contest • Kicked off twice for 124 yards at Jacksonville. 2008: Played in the last seven games of the campaign • Averaged 55.2 yards on 38 kickoff attempts with three touchbacks • Made good on his lone PAT of the year, at Campbell. Prep Years: Named North Fulton Prep All-Special Teams • Three-time Special Teams Player of the Year • Holds all Alpharetta High School place-kicking records • Eight-time Player of the Week. Personal: Born Oct. 2, 1989 • The son of Charles and Carol Swanson • Has two siblings, Cal and Georgia • Father played football at Army.

CAREER STATS

ROBERT

2010: Played in nine contests • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Served

33

Corpus Christi, Texas Woodberry Forest

Woodberry Forest School • All-prep, all-state and All-Central Virginia as an inside linebacker • Led team to two prep championships • Team captain • Also lettered in wrestling and lacrosse • Won conference title in wrestling at 171 pounds. Personal: Born Dec. 3, 1990 • The son of Scott and Larken Sutherland • Has a younger brother, George • Mother played field hockey at Hollins University in Virginia • Plays the guitar and bagpipes.

Notes: Redshirted the 2008 season, giving him one more year of eligibility. 2010: Played in five games in an injury-plagued campaign. 2009: Played in all 10

2007 2009 2010

35

WILL

2008 2009 2010

G FG-A Lg 7 0-0 0 1 0-0 0 2 0-0 0

TOTAL 10

54

0-0

0

PAT 1 0 0

Pts 1 0 0

1

1

GRANT

THOMAS Jr.

5-10

KO Yds 38 2097 2 124 1 9 41

2230

Avg 55.2 62.0 9.0 54.4

Middlesex Borough, N.J. The Pingry School

225

LB

2010: Saw action in two games • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Did not see any game action for the Wildcats. Prep Years: Lettered three seasons for Chris Shilts at The Pingry School • Two-way starter for all three seasons and named all-conference and honorable mention all-area • Team captain • Also earned four letters in track • AP Scholar and named to Honor Roll all four years • Student Government Representative all four years. Personal: Born Feb. 20, 1991 • The son of Ana Maina-Thomas • Has an older sister, Lisa.

77

TORRY

Chagrin Falls, Ohio Kenston

TREU Jr.

6-2

255

DL

2010: Played in all 11 games and made first career start at Marist • Collected 12 tackles and a tackle for loss • Had three tackles against Campbell and Dayton • Made two stops against San Diego • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in three contests • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. Prep Years:


VETERAN PROFILES Three year lettermen for coach Roger Vasey at Kenston High School • Team captain and won Best Lineman Award as a senior; recorded 91 tackles and five sacks • First-team all-county in offense and defense in 2008 • Second team allcounty on defense and honorable mention all-conference as a sophomore • First-team all-conference on defense as a junior and second-team all-conference on offense as a senior • Named a top-100 player to watch in Ohio • Also lettered four years in track • National Honor Society and selected to deliver 2009 commencement speech. Personal: Born Oct. 3, 1990 • The son of Kris and Nancy Treu • Has three brothers, Lukas, Karsten and Mattias, and a sister, Britta • Father played freshman football at Dartmouth.

G 3 11 14

UA A Total TFL Yds Sack Yds INT Yds 0 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 4 8 12 1.0 1 0.0 0 0 0 4 8 12 1.0 1 0.0 0 0 0

CHRIS

3

5-11

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

BK 0 0 0

Chagrin Falls, Ohio Chagrin Falls

TRINETTI So.

PD 0 0 0

185

WR

Played for coach Mark Iammarino at Chagrin Falls High School • Named Cuyahoga County Offensive Player of the Year by the Cleveland Touchdown Club • Named the 2009 Gridiron Hero by the Cleveland Plain Dealer • Firstteam All-Ohio, all-region, all-conference and all-county as a senior after leading team to a 14-1 record and the state championship game • All-state, allregion, all-county and honorable mention all-conference as a junior • Owns school career records for career passing yards (3,831), TD passes (44) and completions (277) • Owns school single-season record with 1,910 yards as a junior and tied school mark with 23 passing TDs as a senior • Also lettered in lacrosse and was named all-state. Personal: Born May 26, 1992 • The son of Gary and Pamela Trinetti • Has an older brother, Matthew, and an older sister, Lea • Plays violin and piano and participated in high school musical.

CAREER STATS G 3

21

Rec 0

Yds 0

Avg 0.0

TD 0

Lg 0

Rush Yds 3 -15

JOSH

6-3

TD 0

Lg 4

Rocky Point, N.C. Heide Trask

WIGGINS Jr.

Avg 0.0

195

WR

2010: Played in eight games • Caught five passes for 56 yards and a touchdown • Caught an 8-yard TD pass against Jacksonville; had two catches for 32 yards in that game • Logged two receptions for 20 yards vs. Georgetown. 2009: Played in nine games, mostly on special teams. Prep Years: Lettered for coach Gregg Kochakji at Heide Trask • Named first-team all-conference in 2007 and 2008 and was named team MVP both seasons • Set a school record for passing yards with 3,147 • Also a first-team all-conference selection in basketball and set the school record with 38 points in a game • Team captain in basketball • Valedictorian and National Honor Society. Personal: Born March 3, 1991 • The son of Tina Wiggins • Has a younger brother, Branden.

53

2009 2010 TOTAL

G 9 8 17

Rec 0 5 5

Yds 0 56 56

Avg 0.0 11.2 11.2

REESE

6-3

TD 0 1 1

Lg 0 24 24

Abilene, Texas Abilene Cooper

WILLIAMS So.

Rec 21

Yds 193

Avg 9.2

TD 0

COLIN

Weddington, N.C. Weddington

WINT Sr.

Lg 20

6-3

285

OL

Played in six games, including the last five • Played on an offensive line that helped the ‘Cats rush for an average of 146.1 yards a contest, which ranked fourth in the PFL. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Played in one contest at Campbell. Prep Years: Three-year starter and team captain as a senior for coaches Phil Williams and Ed Susi at Weddington High School • Two-time All-Southwestern 4A and two-time All-Union County as an offensive lineman • National Honor Society, National Math Honor Society. Personal: Born Sept 6, 1989 • The son of Bob and Susan Wint • Has a younger sibling, Braden • Father played linebacker at Lafayette College.

85

220

TE

2010: Played in 10 games • Caught 21 passes for 193 yards • Had five catches for 62 yards at Lenoir-Rhyne • Credited with four receptions for 31 yards at

JOSH

Huntersville, N.C. North Mecklenburg

YOST Sr.

6-2

210

TE

2010: Played in eight games and made five starts; missed three contests with injuries • Ranked fourth on the team with 26 receptions for 249 yards and a touchdown • Had seven receptions for 68 yards and a 5-yard TD vs. Dayton • Credited with three catches for 58 yards, including a 42-yard reception, against Jacksonville • Caught six passes for 37 yards at Drake • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Played in the final three games of the season • Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Played in two contests. Prep Years: Played for coach Glen Padgett at North Mecklenburg High School • Named all-conference as a senior and was selected to the East/West All-Star Game • Wendy’s Heisman Nominee, Roman Gabriel finalist and team captain • National Honor Society, National Society of High School Scholars. Personal: Born Oct. 4, 1989 • The son of John and Donna Yost • Has a younger brother, Andrew • Has lived in six different states.

CAREER STATS 2008 2009 2010

G 2 3 8

Rec 0 0 26

Yds 0 0 249

Avg 0.0 0.0 9.6

TD 0 0 1

Lg 0 0 42

TOTAL

13

26

249

9.6

1

42

CAREER STATS

11

G 10

2010: Started all 11 games • Anchored the offensive line and helped the Wildcats rush for 80 yards and compile 287 yards of offense a game. 2009:

2010: Played in three contests • Logged three carries on the season. Prep Years:

2010

CAREER STATS 2010

CAREER STATS 2009 2010 TOTAL

Drake • Had two catches for 24 yards against Georgetown. Prep Years: Team captain for coach Mike Spradlin at Cooper High School • Two-time first-team all-district • Named All-Big Country as a punter in 2008 and as a tight end in 2009 • Selected to play in 2010 Big Country FCA All-Star Game • Also lettered in track and basketball • National Honor Society • Academic All-State in football • AP Scholar with Distinction. Personal: Born Sept. 3, 1991 • The son of George Williams and the late Kyle Williams • Has a brother, Hunter, who graduated from Davidson in 2007.

63

KACY

YUHAS Jr.

5-11

Upper Arlington, Ohio Upper Arlington

240

DL

Notes: Moved from offensive line to defensive line prior to the 2010 season. 2010: Played in one game. 2009: Named to PFL Academic Honor Roll • Did not see any game action. Prep Years: Played for Mike Golden at Upper Arlington High School • Named all-state, all-conference, all-league and all-district after leading team to regional finals. Personal: Born Nov. 6, 1990 • The son of Bruce and Hannah Yuhas • Has a younger brother, Timmy, and an older sister, Riley • Father played football at Denison University in Ohio.

21


FRESHMEN PROFILES

15

JAKE

Noblesville, Ind. Noblesville

BATES Fr.

6-0

190

QB

13

MARTEL

Kannapolis, N.C. A.L. Brown

CAMPBELL Fr.

6-1

205

QB/ATH

Prep Years: All-conference, team MVP and team captain for coach Lance Scheib

Prep Years: Played for coach Ron Massey at A.L. Brown • Threw for over 2,000

at Noblesville • Also lettered in football, basketball, baseball and track • State qualifier in the shot put • National Honor Society • Placed second at Indiana Regional Science Fair. Personal: Born Feb. 21, 1993 • The son of Joe and Jackie Bates • Has an older sister, Lauren • Jackie competed in volleyball and track at Indiana Weslyan • Uncle, Joe Kelich, played football at Wisconsin, and uncle, Jeff Kelich, played football at Purdue.

career yards • Team captain and all-conference • Won team’s Lug Leazer Award • National Honor Society. Personal: Born Feb. 24, 1993 • The son of James and Leslie Campbell • Older brother, Elliott, played linebacker at Davidson • Also has an older sister, Jasmine.

19

BRYANT

Westerville, Ohio New Albany

BEDNAREK Fr.

6-2

200

DB

43

MATT

Powell, Ohio Olentangy Liberty

CASEY Fr.

6-1

220

LB

Prep Years: Earned three letters for coach Mark Mueller at New Albany • First-

Prep Years: Lettered three seasons under coach Steve Hale at Olentangy Liberty

team all-conference as a senior QB • Second-team all-conference and first-team all-district as a junior safety • Named to All-Academic Ohio Team and won Columbus Dispatch Scholar Athlete Award as a senior • Also lettered in baseball, earning all-conference and all-district honors • National Honor Society • Won the Honda-Ohio State University Math Medal Award. Personal: Born June 9, 1993 • The son of Michael and Amy Bednarek • Has a younger sister, Cassie • Cousin, Jonathan Bednarek, played football at Wilmington University in Ohio.

• Second-team All-Ohio, first-team all-conference, first-team Columbus Dispatch all-metro • Second in school history in career tackles and interceptions • National Honor Society. Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1992 • The son of Brian and Sharon Casey • Has two younger sisters, Megan and Molly.

90

ANDREW

BOEHM Fr.

6-3

Newport Beach, Calif. Corona Del Mar

170

K

6

ZACH

Martinsville, Ind. Martinsville

CLARK Fr.

6-2

200

WR

Prep Years: Three-year starter for coach Jason Hitchens at Corona del Mar •

Prep Years: Three-year lettermen under coach Fred Kutruff at Martinsville •

First-team all-state, all-section and all-league • Third-team all-county • Holds five school records • Made 11-of-15 field goals and 33-of-34 PATs, including 33 straight, as a senior • AP Scholar • CIF Southern Section Scholar Athlete Award. Personal: Born Nov. 1, 1992 • The son of William and Lisa Boehm • Has a younger sister • Uncle, Bruce Fransen, played football at Fullerton College.

Two-time all-conference, team captain, academic all-state and academic allconference • Also lettered three years in baseball • National Honor Society • Old National Foundation Scholarship and Craig Family Scholarship. Personal: Born Aug. 15, 1992 • The son of Earl and Carmen Clark • Carmen played volleyball at the University of Indianapolis.

80

GRIFFIN

Roanoke, Va. Hidden Valley

BRAND Fr.

5-11

175

WR

49

SANTINO

Westerville, Ohio St. Francis de Sales

CUA Fr.

6-0

220

LB

Prep Years: Played for coach Scott Weaver at Hidden Valley • Team’s leading

Prep Years: Played for coach Ryan Wiggins at St. Francis DeSales • First-team all-

receiver as a junior and senior • Team captain • Selected to Southwest/Central Virginia All-Star Classic Football game • Also lettered in basketball and track • Starter in basketball and team was the state AA runner-up • Valedictorian • National Honor Society. Personal: Born March 22, 1993 • The son of David and Bette Brand • Has two younger brothers, Walker and Logan • Completed a college Associate’s Degree in General Studies from Western Community College at the same time as earning high school diploma.

league in 2009 and 2010 and first-team all-district in 2010 • Named third-team all-state as a senior • Also wrestled for two years and played rugby for three years • Valedictorian • National Honor Society. Personal: Born Feb. 8, 1993 • The son of Michael and Laura Cua • Has three older siblings, Angelo, Mario and Marcella.

22


FRESHMEN PROFILES

48

MIKE

Jacksonville, Fla. Episcopal

D’ANDREA Fr.

6-1

220

OLB

10

CAMERON

Kings Mountain, N.C. Kings Mountain

HARRIS Fr.

6-2

205

QB

Prep Years: Three-year lettermen for coach David Hess at Episcopal High School

Prep Years: Three-year lettermen for coach Greg Lloyd at Kings Mountain • All-

• Florida Times Union Key Player to Watch • Lineman of the Year in 2009 • Cocaptain in 2010 • First-team Academic All-County • Also lettered in wrestling • National Merit Finalist. Personal: Born Oct. 2, 1992 • The son of Jim and Kate D’Andrea • Has two sisters, Eleyse and Marie • Mother swam at Miami (Ohio).

conference as a senior • Holds five school passing records, including career TD passes • Selected to participate in the High School All-American Bowl, a regional all-star game in Kings Mountain • Also earned four letters in track and was all-conference as a sophomore and junior • National Honor Society • Salutatorian. Personal: Born March 5, 1993 • The son of Michael and Angela Harris • Has a younger sister, Emily.

32

GARRETT

Warrenton, Va. Fauquier

DIEHL Fr.

5-9

175

WR

98

WESTON

Bellaire, Texas Houston Lamar

HAWKINS Fr.

6-1

265

DL

Prep Years: Four-year lettermen for coach Mark Scott at Fauquier • Named

Prep Years: Three-year lettermen for coach Tom Nolen at Lamar • First-team all-

Associated Press and Virginia Preps first-team all-state and second-team allstate in coaches poll • Honorable Mention All-Met • First-team all-district and second-team all-region as a junior • Also lettered three years in basketball and four years in lacrosse • National Honor Society. Personal: Born July 28, 1992 • The son of Scott and Deborah Diehl • Has four younger siblings, Colin, Megan, Caroline and JT.

district as a senior • First-team All-Greater Houston Academic • Lettered two seasons in baseball and was named to the 5-A all-district team • National Honor Society. Personal: Born August 30, 1992 • The son of Mark and JoBeth Hawkins • Has a younger sister, Audrey.

41

NICK

Gainseville, Ga. Lakeview Academy

DRURY Fr.

5-10

195

DB

7

TIM

Kings Mountain, N.C. Kings Mountain

HINES Fr.

5-10

170

WR

Prep Years: Three-year lettermen for coach Matthew Gruhn at Lakeview

Prep Years: Earned two letters under coach Greg Lloyd at Kings Mountain • All-

Academy • Second-team all-area and team captain • Also lettered three years in basketball and baseball • National Math Honors Society. Personal: Born Dec. 8, 1992 • The son of Brent and Laura Drury • Has two brothers, Tom and Will • Tom plays football at Hampden-Sydney • Father played baseball at Georgetown College.

conference and set school record with 1,110 receiving yards as a senior • Selected to All-American Bowl and was named Offensive Player of the Game • Ranked second in school history in career receiving yards • All-Shelby Star Honorable Mention and All-Gazette Team as a senior • Also lettered four seasons in track and two in basketball • Named all-conference twice in track • North Carolina and AP Scholar • John M. Belk Scholarship. Personal: Born Nov. 21, 1992 • The son of Charles and Eleanor Hines • Has three siblings, Alecia, Jonathon and Caleb.

97

BRAD

GOLDSMITH Fr.

6-0

245

Mechanicsville, Va. Hanover

DL

84

TREY

HUELSKAMP Fr.

6-3

220

Centreville, Va. Chantilly

TE

Prep Years: Lettered three years under coach Josh Just at Hanover • Team cap-

Prep Years: Two-year lettermen for coach Mike Lalli at Chantilly • All-district,

tain as a junior and senior • First-team all-district, second-team all-region and first-team All-Metro as a senior on the offensive line • First-team all-district, all-metro and honorable mention all-region as a junior • Also earned two letters in track • National Honor Society • Academic all-region. Personal: Born Feb. 8, 1993 • The son of Gregg and Beth Goldsmith • Has an older sister, Gail • Father played soccer at Wake Forest.

All-Northern Region and Honorable Mention All-Metro Team as a senior • Also won two letters in basketball • National Honor Society. Personal: Born Dec. 30, 1992 • The son of Kenneth and Colleen Huelskamp • Has a younger brother, Sean.

23


FRESHMEN PROFILES

38

RICHARD

Tampa, Fla. Berkley Prep

KLEIN Fr.

5-10

200

LB

34

AJ

Ashton, Md. Sherwood

PIGNONE Fr.

6-1

205

OLB

Prep Years: Four-year lettermen for coach Dominick Ciao at Berkley Prep • Team

Prep Years: Two-year captain for coach Marc Thomas at Sherwood • All-state,

captain as a senior • National Honor Society and National Science Honor Society. Personal: Born Sept. 15, 1992 • The son of Kevin and Pamela Klein • Has a twin brother Robert, who also plays football at Davidson • Has a younger sister, Morgan.

All-Gazette Newspaper, All-Sentinel Newspaper and second-team AllMdHigh.com as a senior • Eight-time Offensive Player of the Week and twotime county Player of the Week • National Honor Society and Science Honor Society. Personal: Born Aug. 18, 1993 • The son of Chris and Trisha Pignone • Has a younger sister, Danielle.

14

ROBERT

Tampa, Fla. Berkley Prep

KLEIN Fr.

5-8

180

DB

79

KAMERON

Oldsmar, Fla. Tarpon Springs

ROMAELLE Fr.

6-2

285

OL

Prep Years: Earned three letters for coach Dominick Ciao at Berkley Prep • Team

Prep Years: Played for coach George Kotis at Tarpon Springs • All-district and

captain and all-county honorable mention as a senior • National Honor Society and National Science Honor Society. Personal: Born Sept. 15, 1992 • The son of Kevin and Pamela Klein • Has a twin brother Richard, who also plays football at Davidson • Has a younger sister, Morgan.

second-team all-conference as a senior • Team captain • Also lettered in wrestling and was first-team all-conference and all-district • National Honor Society. Personal: Born March 22, 1993 • The son of Derrick and Lauren Romaelle • Has three younger siblings, Jared, Kayson and Emma.

29

COLIN

Circleville, Ohio St. Charles Prep

MERRILL Fr.

5-11

155

DB

75

NELSON

Concord, N.C. Jay M. Robinson

WHITE Fr.

6-4

255

OL

Prep Years: Three-year lettermen for coach Jeff Pharion at Saint Charles Prep •

Prep Years: Three-year starter for coach Bobby Cloninger at Jay M. Robinson •

All-league and all-district Honorable Mention • Team Defensive MVP • Also lettered in basketball and track • All-league, all-district and all-region in track • Academic All-Ohio • National Honor Society. Personal: Born Jan. 15, 1993 • The son of Frank and Lisa Merrill • Has two brothers, John and Trey • Father played football and rugby at Dartmouth.

All-conference and all-county • Team captain as a senior • Also lettered in baseball • NC Scholar and Scholar Athlete. Personal: Born April 5, 1993 • The son of Adam and Brenda White • Has a younger sister, Natalie.

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Chicago, Ill. Loyola Academy

PERRY Fr.

5-10

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Prep Years: Three-year lettermen for coach John Holecek at Loyola Academy • First-team all-conference and academic all-state as a senior • Second-team allconference as a junior • Team Offensive MVP • Also lettered three seasons in track • Loyola Scholar. Personal: Born Jan. 26, 1993 • The son of Scott and Stacy Perry • Has a younger sister, Sam • Father played football at Ripon College.

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TRIPP MERRITT Guy “Tripp” Merritt, now in his seventh season as Davidson’s head football coach, never expected life would be easy. His experience in facing adversity head-on colors his outlook on everything, including his current job with all of its daunting challenges, which he views as opportunities rather than obstacles. Merritt was born with spina bifida occulta, which resulted in deformities in his lower spine and nerve damage in his left leg. To this day he has no reflexes in his left leg and back pain surfaces when he tires, sometimes causing a slight limp. His doctors didn’t have an optimistic outlook, certainly not for an infant who one day would dream of playing athletics at a high level. “He’ll never be able to run,” they told his parents. Merritt’s father was an assistant high school football coach and not one to give up hope easily. He worked with his young son, helped him improve his mobility and stamina. That and sheer determination allowed young Tripp to make his way onto the playing field as early as second grade – football, basketball, baseball. He played and loved them all. His athletic career continued at Burns High School in Shelby, N.C., where he lettered three times in football and baseball. He now runs three or four miles a day. Don’t tell him he can’t do something. Merritt will accept a dare, that’s for certain. A trend developed early in his athletic career. Never big enough or fast enough to challenge the best of the athletes he played with or against, his teammates nevertheless saw something in him that influenced them to elect him captain of every team he played on from middle school through his career at Burns High. He was a team guy, a leader, a young man who made his teammates want to get the most out of their ability. “At 5-7 and 152 pounds in high school, I didn’t run very well,” Merritt said. “I wasn’t fast and not very good. My role was to lead, and my goal was simple. I wanted our team to win. I tried to make sure that every man on the team got his job done.” Even though he loved athletics and spent much of his childhood hanging around football fields where his father coached, Merritt thought his own career in athletics was over when he graduated from Burns in 1986. Time for the real world, he figured. He went to UNC Charlotte to pursue a business degree. His father pushed him in that direction, feeling it was in his son’s best interests. Tripp’s father didn’t find the pot of gold at the end of the coaching rainbow and eventually exited the profession to take a bet-

ter paying job in textiles in Laurinburg, N.C. The elder Merritt wanted better things for his son, as all good fathers do. Tripp was in pursuit of a degree that would set him up in business. His head, and his father, told him that was the correct decision. His heart, however, wouldn’t turn loose of his longtime dream to teach high school history and coach. After fall classes at UNCC, Tripp spent afternoons at area high schools watching football practice. One of those trips took him to Charlotte’s Garinger High School, where the head coach was Jimmy Teague. Teague was impressed with Merritt’s tenacity and presented an irresistible offer. “Come over and help us coach, but we can’t pay you anything.” It’s a deal. Merritt showed up at Garinger after his own college classes and went to the football offices in the field house. He watched tapes, immersed himself in football strategy, got ready for practice and learned all he could from Teague and his assistants. Then he went to practice and worked with the players. The smell of the grass on an autumn afternoon, the popping of the pads, the beauty of watching good things happen when all members of the team were on the same page validated what he already knew. Goodbye business world, hello coaching. Merritt’s father was not happy, not initially. But that would change. Will Holthouser, an assistant football coach at Western Carolina who recruited the Charlotte area, met Merritt in 1990 and was impressed. The meeting resulted in Merritt joining the Western Carolina staff as a graduate assistant. How could Merritt possibly turn it down? A chance to live in beautiful Cullowhee, nestled deep and secluded in the North Carolina mountains. Not exactly the brightest stage for a young single guy. But if you want to coach, really want to coach, you’ll go where the jobs are. Even if the job description includes baby sitting, washing cars, teaching two physical education classes, going to school and coaching, all for the grand prize of $6,000 a year. That was Merritt’s deal at Western Carolina. He knew even then that young coaches who are picky end up selling insurance. Merritt did work towards his master’s degree at

Western Carolina and found out for certain something that was even more important. “I knew I wanted to coach football.” He was in bed asleep in his dorm room at Western Carolina in May 1993 when the telephone rang. It was 5:30 in the morning. Dave Fagg, the head football coach at Davidson, thought everybody got up before the milkman. “I have a job opening and I want to talk to you about it. Can you be here tomorrow?” Before Merritt could say he needed more time, which was on the tip of his tongue, Fagg said, “Good. I’ll see you tomorrow.” Merritt spent the next day with Fagg in Davidson. Fagg could sell day-old, dry and crusty biscuits to a man dying of thirst. He put the fullcourt press on Merritt. At precisely 5:30 the next morning, Fagg called again. “I’m offering you the job but I need you here in two days.” Whoa! Merritt would have to close things out at Western Carolina, tell everybody he was leaving, find a place to live in Davidson, move all of his stuff and attend to a hundred other details. He needed more time, but he needed a job more. He rushed his goodbyes, threw everything he owned — which wasn’t much — into the back of his car and headed down the mountain to Davidson. He knew virtually nobody, had no place to stay, but he had a job, even if he wasn’t exactly sure what it entailed. Davidson put him in the Hampton Inn in Cornelius, room 204. Temporary lodging. In this case “temporarily” totaled six months. Three weeks after making this big move, Merritt was told to meet Fagg in the hotel lobby. “I’m moving on,” Fagg informed him and defensive coordinator Tim Landis. Fagg gave up football for a job with the Davidson Athletic Foundation. Merritt worked for him for exactly three weeks. “I had no idea what was going to happen next,” Merritt recalls. Serendipity intervened. In the three weeks that Merritt had been at Davidson, he developed a close relationship with Landis. They talked football constantly. When Landis was named to succeed Fagg, it was an easy decision for him to keep Merritt on his staff. In the seven years they worked together at Davidson, Landis gave Merritt the chance to do things often reserved for the head coach. Merritt wore many hats: secondary coach, linebackers coach, defensive coordinator, recruiting coordinator. His defense was ranked among the best in the nation. The program produced eight victories in 1998 and again in 1999 while recruiting the athletes and building the team that would eventually go 10-0 in 2000. Merritt followed

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TRIPP MERRITT Landis to St. Mary’s in California after the 1999 season. He served there for three seasons as recruiting coordinator, linebackers coach, and then assistant head coach and offensive line coach. Merritt went with Landis to Bucknell in 2003 and worked as associate head coach, defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator. Bucknell went 7-4 in 2004 and ranked in the top 25 of the Football Championship Series in scoring defense. Landis and Merritt were together for 12 seasons. They were successful at three tough venues. When Mike Toop left the Davidson football job after the 2004 season, Davidson athletics director Jim Murphy wanted a coach who would be a good leader and flourish in the Davidson culture. He chose Merritt. While hating to lose Merritt from his staff, Landis wasn’t surprised that his friend was getting a chance to run his own program. “Tripp is an outstanding football coach who relates equally well to student-athletes, administrators and alumni,” Landis said. “His players enjoy going out and competing for him, and the success his program is having is evidence of that. Davidson has been a force to be dealt with each and every week in the very competitive Pioneer Football League.” Merritt says that his role model at Davidson is basketball coach Bob McKillop. “He has perfected the way to coach at Davidson,” Merritt says of the highly-successful McKillop. “He has been extremely generous with his time in talking to me and letting me pick his brain. I’ve talked to him at length about his early experiences coaching at Davidson. I’ve learned a lot from him. I also watch as many of his practices as I can.” Merritt’s coaching philosophy was also shaped by reading and studying. He read a book by former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy and “The Carolina Way” by former North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith, whose summer camp Merritt used to attend. Smith’s mantra for 36 years as head coach was, “Play Hard, Play Smart, Play Together,” which Merritt has posted on his locker room wall. Merritt wants Davidson football to win, of course. But he also wants it to be fun for his players and assistant coaches. “I believe that if we take care of all the little things on and off the field, and do the right things mentally, physically, socially and spiritually, winning will take care of itself,” Merritt says. He finds value in

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THE MERRITT FILE Full Name: Guy William Merritt III Experience: 7th season Date of Birth: March 5, 1968 Hometown: Shelby, N.C. Family: Wife - Sara, Daughter - Ellie High School: Burns ’86 College: Charlotte ’90 Coaching Assignments: Garinger (N.C.) High School, 1990 Western Carolina Grad. Assistant, 1991-92 Davidson College Assistant, 1993-99 St. Mary’s (Calif.) Assistant, 2000-02 Bucknell Associate Head Coach, 2003-04 Davidson College Head Coach, 2005-Pres.

Head Coaching Record Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total

School Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson Davidson

W 4 6 6 4 3 3 26

L 6 4 4 7 7 8 36

Pct. .400 .600 .600 .364 .300 .273 .419

Place 3rd, South 3rd 4th 7th 6th 6th

each of his players, even those – or maybe especially those – who will probably never play in an important situation. He finds a way to praise those players, to let them know how important they are to the team’s success. They are very much a part of the team, as Merritt sees it, and he wants them to stick it out and enjoy the experience. Such positive reinforcement and sense of caring has increased Davidson’s roster size from 69 when Merritt took the job to the 98 that showed up for August practice this year. Even though Merritt has 20 years of college coaching experience, he just turned 43. His enthusiasm has no boundaries, his humility keeps him grounded. Run DNA on him and arrogance would not register. He knows that he still has much to learn, so he utilizes his coaching staff to the fullest. They plan together, coach together, even get up early on Saturday mornings on home games to put the field together, arranging the benches and the sideline yardage markers before heading off to the pre-game meal. “It’s a tradition here,” Merritt said, not resenting the menial tasks one whit. Merritt figures that as an assistant coach 80 percent of his time was devoted to football. Now that he’s head coach, he finds that reversed: 80 percent of his time is spent on administrative matters, putting out fires, speaking, alumni relations, dealing with the media. He gives much freedom to his offensive and defensive coordinators and tells them that the X’s and O’s are their art form. They have the green light to coach and take risks. He’s not

reluctant to make tough decisions, but he’s also secure enough in his own skin to delegate important tasks to his staff. “I came back to Davidson because I love this place,” Merritt said. “I think it’s unlike any other place in the country. I like the way we do things here and why we do them. I enjoy it so much that I’m not looking for the next job. The grass is not always greener on the other side. I learned that from Coach McKillop. The trick is to make our own grass as green as we possibly can. “There’s a distinct challenge in coaching football at Davidson. There’s no doubt about it, but it also has its advantages in that we get young men who have a great work ethic, are smart and of strong character, are highlymotivated and will find a way to win.” Unlike some coaches, Merritt doesn’t get wrapped up in statistics. A large portion of his coaching is by feel. After all, the goal is to win, and that takes great preparation, dedication, good players, a heaping portion of good luck – and somebody stepping up to make a play when things are on the line. He wants each of his teams to earn their own identify. Merritt has been named Pioneer League Co-Coach of the Year once. His Davidson teams have produced a total record of 26-36. He sees his program getting better and closer to challenging for a Pioneer League championship. “We’ve closed the gap on the best teams in the conference,” Merritt said. “We have plenty of work to do, but we’re getting there. We have a chance to be an improved team this year and expect to be. Our kids think they can beat anybody.” Merritt, wife Sara and daughter Ellie, who was born in the middle of the 2008 season, make their home about five minutes from the Davidson campus. Merritt’s father died in May 2004. It was before Tripp became Davidson’s head coach, an accomplishment that would have pleased his father greatly. But he lived long enough to see his son progress rapidly through the college coaching ranks and become successful and happy in the profession. His initial disappointment of his son choosing coaching over business had long been replaced by pride in the achievement. From an infant whose doctors said he would never run to a head coach in college who is in a full sprint to make Davidson football competitive for Pioneer League Football championships. That’s Tripp Merritt, who’s living his dream and never takes anything for granted. He’s grateful for his lot in life and in turn tries to make his football program fun and a positive experience for all who join him on the journey. Written by John Kilgo


COACHING HISTORY ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach

Tripp Merritt became the second Davidson coach to win conference Coach of the Year honors, earning the accolade from the Pioneer Football League in 2006.

Homer Smith led Davidson to its only Southern Conference title in 1969. He went on to serve as the offensive coordinator at UCLA, Alabama and Arizona. He was named the Sporting News Offensive Coach of the Year in 1990.

Years

No Coach 1897-99 J.A. Brewin 1900-03 C.R. Williams 1904-05 R.S. Graham, J.B. Pollard 1906-07 J.H. (Dutch) Levine 1908 F.M. Simmons 1909-10 Dr. E.W. Holladay 1911 W.T. Cook 1912-13 R.A. Fetzer 1914 W.H. Fetzer 1915-18 L.B. (Pete) Crayton 1919 H.M. (Wooly) Grey 1920-22 William L. (Monk) Younger 1923-31 Doc Newton 1932-35 E.T. (Gene) McEver 1936-43 William J. Story, Jr. 1946-47 Charlie Jamerson 1948-49 Crowell Little 1950-51 William E. Dole 1952-64 Homer Smith 1965-69 Dave Fagg 1970-73 Ed Farrell 1974-84 Vic Gatto 1985-89 Dave Fagg 1990-92 Fagg Total Tim Landis 1993-99 Joe Susan 2000 Mike Toop 2001-04 Tripp Merritt 2005-Pres. Totals 1897-1943, 1946-2008

(3) (4) (2) (2) (1) (2) (1) (2) (1) (4) (1) (3) (9) (4) (8) (2) (2) (2) (13) (5) (4) (11) (5) (3) (7) (7) (1) (4) (6) (112)

W

L

3 13 8 7 5 9 5 5 5 17 4 10 44 18 21 10 5 4 43 24 8 36 4 14 22 35 10 17 26 410

5 11 6 3 2 6 3 9 1 11 6 15 38 13 47 8 13 14 66 24 32 70 47 13 45 36 0 22 36 557

T Pct 1 1 1 3 2 2 0 0 1 3 1 5 7 5 4 1 1 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 45

.389 .540 .567 .654 .667 .588 .625 .357 .786 .597 .409 .417 .534 .569 .319 .553 .289 .222 .398 .500 .207 .341 .078 .519 .331 .493 1.000 .436 .419 .427

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS BY WINS Coach 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13.

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Years

William L. (Monk) Younger 1923-31 (9) William E. Dole 1952-64 (13) Ed Farrell 1974-84 (11) Tim Landis 1993-99 (7) Tripp Merritt 2005-Pres. (6) Homer Smith 1965-69 (5) Dave Fagg 1970-73, 90-92 (7) E.T. (Gene) McEver 1936-43 (8) Doc Newton 1932-35 (4) W.H. Fetzer 1915-18 (4) Mike Toop 2001-04 (4) J.A. Brewin 1900-03 (4) H.M. (Wooly) Grey 1920-22 (3) William J. Story, Jr. 1946-47 (2) Joe Susan 2000 (1) F.M. Simmons 1909-10 (2) C.R. Williams 1904-05 (2) R.S. Graham, J.B. Pollard 1906-07 (2) J.H. (Dutch) Levine 1908 (1) Dr. E.W. Holladay 1911 (1) W.T. Cook 1912-13 (2) R.A. Fetzer 1914 (1) Charlie Jamerson 1948-49 (2) L.B. (Pete) Crayton 1919 (1) Crowell Little 1950-51 (2) Vic Gatto 1985-89 (5)

W

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T

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44 43 36 35 26 24 22 21 18 17 17 13 10 10 10 9 8 7 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4

38 66 70 36 36 24 45 47 13 11 22 11 15 8 0 6 6 3 2 3 9 1 13 6 14 47

7 4 1 1 0 0 1 4 5 3 0 1 5 1 0 2 1 3 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0

.534 .398 .341 .493 .419 .500 .331 .319 .569 .597 .436 .540 .417 .553 1.000 .588 .567 .654 .667 .625 .357 .786 .289 .409 .222 .078

Tim Landis, who was 35-36-1 from 1993-99, is in his first season as the head coach at RPI.

Dave Fagg led the Wildcats in two decades, the beginning of the 1970s and the 1990s.

Joe Susan led Davidson to its only undefeated record in school history. He is in his second season as head coach at Bucknell.

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COACHING STAFF BRETT HAYFORD Brett Hayford returns for his 19th season as a Wildcat coach and 22nd on the Davidson campus. This is also his seventh campaign as the associate head coach, a title he earned when colAssociate Head Coach league Tripp Merritt Defensive Line was hired as the 19th Season head coach in 2005. Davidson ’93 Along with the associate head coaching duties, he is responsible for the defensive line. Since joining the league in 2001, Davidson defensive lineman have earned All-Pioneer Football League honors 12 times under Hayford, and Darryl Childers was named the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2003. Hayford coached the Wildcats to the PFL lead in sacks in 2005 with 24, and the 2006 squad tied for second with 22. Davidson led the league in sacks as a team in 2002 as well, averaging 3.3 per game, while no other squad had more than 2.5 an outing. He coached the conference’s individual sack leader in 2002 and 2003 in Ryan Tennis and Childers, and Hayford was instrumental in the emergence of AllPFL South performers Kyle Kinsell and Will Funderburg in 2005. Kinsell, a two-time Academic All-American, had all of 12 tackles in his first two seasons, while Funderburg was just a rookie. An honorable mention All-PFL selection in 2007, Funderburg was named secondteam all-conference in 2008. In eight PFL games in 2009, Davidson tied for second in the league in scoring defense and ranked fourth in passing defense. Hayford graduated in 1993 from Davidson, where he played two seasons as a defensive lineman and as an outfielder for the baseball team. At Shorecrest Prep in St. Petersburg, Fla.,

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his father, Phil, coached his high school football team. He is married to the former Beth Snowden, who is the head athletic trainer at Davidson. They live in Huntersville with their 12-year-old son Thad.

degree in biology and spent his senior year as a student assistant coach for the football squad. He also was a fullback for West Chester for three seasons. In August of 1998, he joined the staff at Princeton, working with former head coach Joe Susan and former assistant coach Mike Clark. His duties as an assistant at both schools were recruiting, developing the defensive game plan, scouting reports and all phases of special teams. He joined the Davidson staff in 2000. Clendaniel is married to the former Meredith Tarpley, and the couple lives in Cornelius with their daughters, Marin (4) and Maggie (1).

MEADE CLENDANIEL As the Wildcats’ defensive coordinator for the past 11 seasons, Meade Clendaniel has led Davidson to numerous top national statistical rankings. Three times in Davidson’s 10 years Defensive Coordinator as a member of the Defensive Backs Pioneer Football 12th Season League, the Wildcats West Chester ’97 have ranked among the top three in the league in total defense. In 2000, his first season, Clendaniel oversaw a defense that ranked third in FCS in scoring defense, fifth in pass efficiency defense and eighth in rush defense. The Wildcats finished the 2005 season with the fifth-most interceptions in FCS and were ranked in the top-15 nationally in turnovers gained and turnover margin that season. The 2006 Wildcat defense ranked fourth in the Pioneer Football League in total defense and tied for second with 22 sacks. In eight PFL games in 2009, Davidson tied for second in the league in scoring defense and ranked fourth in passing defense. Since the Wildcats joined the PFL, Davidson defensive players have earned all-conference honors 35 times, and four ‘Cats have been named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year. Clendaniel graduated from West Chester University in 1997 with a

MATT MUMME Matt Mumme begins his first season as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Davidson. Mumme comes to Davidson from McMurry University in Abilene, Texas, Offensive Coordinator where he spent the Quarterbacks last two seasons as 1st Season the offensive coordiKentucky ‘99 nator. McMurry finished the 2010 campaign with a 6-4 record, earning the school’s first winning season since 2000, placed second in the nation (D-III) with 3,665 passing yards and led all of college football in touchdown passes with 45. The team averaged 435.5 yards of total offense and placed five players from the offensive side of the ball on the all-conference team. Quarterback Jake Mullin was named all-conference honorable mention for the second straight season after setting school records with 2,859 passing yards and 35 touchdown passes with just two interceptions

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COACHING STAFF despite playing in just eight games because of injury. Under Mumme, the offense produced 6,699 passing yards and 71 touchdowns through the air in two seasons. The son of Hal Mumme, Matt is a disciple of his father’s unique Air Raid offensive system. Growing up, he watched his father’s teams run it, he ran it himself as a quarterback at the University of Kentucky and for the past eight years, he has coached it. Though he played backup to Tim Couch, the 1999 Heisman Trophy runner-up at Kentucky, Mumme still made his mark. He holds the 13th and 14th longest pass plays from scrimmage in Kentucky’s storied football history at 79 and 78 yards respectively, and both went for touchdowns. After earning his bachelor’s degree from Kentucky in 1999, Mumme joined his father’s staff as the quarterbacks coach at Southeastern Louisiana University in 2003. There, he coached Martin Hankins, who threw for 7,777 career yards and 65 touchdowns in two seasons while completing 63 percent of his passes. Mumme then joined his father at New Mexico State, earning the title of offensive coordinator in addition to quarterbacks coach. Under the guidance of Mumme, three-year quarterback Chase Holbrook broke nearly every Aggie game, season and career passing record. Holbrook threw for 11,846 career yards, placing him fourth in the WAC?career record book, and 85 touchdowns while completing 69.5 percent of his passes. Mumme earned his master’s degree in business administration at Southeastern Louisiana in 2009. He and his wife, Fayedra, live in Mooresville.

E.J. HENDERSON

ROBERT FICKLING

E.J. Henderson begins his first season at Davidson, where he serves as the special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach for the Wildcat football program. Henderson Assistant Coach comes to Davidson Receivers/Special Teams from Princeton 1st Season University, where he Central Washington ‘96 spent the last four campaigns. He coached the defensive backs in his first two seasons and coached the running backs in his last two. Under his guidance, running back Jordan Culbreath earned All-Ivy Honorable Mention honors in 2010, while kicker Patrick Jacob was named first-team All-Ivy and punter Joe Cloud earned second-team accolades. Henderson served as the wide receivers coach and special teams coordinator at Wayne State in Michigan from 2004-07, and in his last year there, the Warriors recorded their first winning record in 13 seasons. Prior to that, he spent two years as the defensive backfield coach for Division III power Mt. Union from 2002-04, where he coached All-America selection Chris Kern and helped lead Mt. Union to a national championship in 2002. Henderson played football at Central Washington, where he graduated in 1996 with a degree in travel/tourism management. The 1995 CWU squad shared the NAIA title and was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame. He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Louisville, where he worked with the wide receivers and special teams during consecutive Conference USA championship seasons for the Cardinals. He earned his master’s of education in health and fitness from Louisville in 2002. Henderson also participated in an NFL internship program with the Detroit Lions in the summer of 2005 and with the Washington Redskins in the summer of 2008. E.J. is married to Katie Rosenthal Henderson, and their daughter, Miriam, was born in June.

Robert Fickling begins his first season as the offensive line coach for the Wildcat football program. Fickling comes to Davidson from West Texas A&M University, where he Assistant Coach spent the 2010 camOffensive Line paign. He helped 1st Season direct an offensive Texas Tech ‘03 line that allowed one sack per 33 passing attempts and an offense that averaged 42 points a game (ranked fourth in the nation) and 529 yards (ranked second in nation). The Buffaloes ranked second in the country in passing and also averaged 100 rushing yards a game. Fickling received his bachelor’s degree in political science from Texas Tech in 2003 and is working towards a master’s degree in sports management at American Military University. Prior to starting a career in coaching, he served five years as a sergeant in Army Military Intelligence, including a 14month tour of duty in Iraq. He and his wife, Brittany, live in Huntersville with their sons, Scott (6) and Sean (5 months).

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COACHING STAFF CURT WILLIAMS Curt Williams is in his 15th season on the Davidson staff and works with the running backs this season. He has spent much of his career at Davidson coaching the linebackers. Assistant Coach In 2006, Williams Running Backs helped coach a 15th Season defense that tied for Charlotte ’78 second in the PFL in sacks with 22, and inside linebacker Chris Castillo ranked eighth in the league with 67 tackles. In 2007, Peter Bakke ranked eighth in the PFL in tackles and posted 20 stops at Butler, which tied for the seventh-most in an FCS game that season. Bakke went on to earn second-team All-PFL honors. In 2008, Tyler Lemons was named second-team All-PFL after ranking second in the league in tackles by linebackers and tying for second overall in forced fumbles, and Daniel Astrop earned Honorable Mention All-PFL honors in 2009 and 2010. In his first nine years with Davidson, Williams coached a variety of positions on the defensive side of the ball and coached the linebackers in 1998 on one of the Wildcats’ best defensive teams ever. That squad finished second in FCS in scoring defense at 10.4 points per game and fourth in total defense, allowing just 231.9 yards per contest. In 1999, the defense led FCS in interceptions with 28 and was 13th in rushing defense, allowing 101 yards per game. A 1978 graduate of Charlotte, Williams lives in Indian Trail with his wife, Deborah.

FRANK SWART

Assistant Coach Secondary 8th Season Wagner ’91

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Now in his eighth season on staff, Frank Swart has already left his mark on Davidson football. In 2005, Alex Arinsmier led the league in tackles per game and was named the PFL South Defensive Player of the Year, and first-team all-

conference selection Patrick FitzGerald was tied for third in the conference with four interceptions in 2006. The 2009 season saw Peter Kidwell earn All-PFL Honorable Mention after logging three interceptions for 105 return yards, including a 30-yard return for touchdown at San Diego. The 105 yards off of interceptions is the most for a Wildcat since 1999. Kidwell earned second-team All-PFL accolades in 2010. Swart is no stranger to successful football programs. A member of the 1987 Division III national champion football team at Wagner College, he was a two-time captain and four-year letterwinner for the Seahawks. In his junior season, he was honorable mention All-ECAC. After graduating from Wagner in 1991 as a twotime national qualifier in wrestling (177 and 190), Swart became the assistant football and wrestling coach at Upsala College while attending graduate school. He also earned a master’s degree in human resources and business administration from South Carolina. He now works for Cover 2 Group, a marketing company. Swart currently resides in Huntersville with his wife, Linda, and his three daughters, Ava (10), Julianna (8) and Caroline (6).

JIMMY MEANS Jimmy Means returns to the Davidson coaching staff for his sixth season and will coach the outside linebackers. His expertise helped Niel Andrews and Bud Assistant Coach Crawford emerge as Outside Linebackers defensive forces in 6th Season the Pioneer Football Union College ’91 League in 2006 and 2007. Andrews was named first-team All-PFL in 2006, while Crawford earned second-team all-conference accolades in

2007. John Behm was named second-team allconference a season ago. The Wildcats ranked fourth in the Pioneer Football League in tackles for loss in 2008. Means has a wealth of experience coaching at the high school level. He has served as an assistant coach at North Mecklenburg since 2000, most recently as the defensive coordinator. The 1991 graduate of Union College also spent two years as an assistant at Mooresville High School (1999-2000). From 1996-98, Means was the head coach at Trimble County High School in Bedford, Ky. Means lives in Charlotte with his wife Diane, daughter, Makayla (12), and son Holden (4).

STEVE LEAHY Steve Leahy is in his third season on the Davidson football staff and will coach the tight ends. A native of upstate New York, Leahy was the head football coach at Unatego Central School for 33 Assistant Coach years. During that Tight Ends time, he accumulated 3rd Season 157 victories, nine Oneonta State ‘69 Coach of the Year awards and several championships. He also coached basketball and track at Unatego and was inducted into the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Section IV Hall of Fame in February of 2005. Leahy earned a bachelor's degree from Oneonta State in 1969 and did graduate work at Oneonta State and Cortland State. He was elected the Morris, N.Y., Town and Village Judge, was re-elected four times and served 20 years until his retirement. Steve and his wife, Lorraine, followed both of their grown children (Jeff and Lindsay) to the Lake Norman area and live in Mooresville, where Steve is a buyer's agent with a successful real estate team.


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STAFF ASSISTANT Kristen Foss joined the staff as an assistant in the spring of 2008 and is in her fourth full season as a member of the Wildcat football program. In her role as Kristen Foss staff assistant, Foss 4th Season handles a variety of logistics behind the scenes and is invaluable to the coaching staff, allowing them to focus more on evaluating opponents and recruits rather than administrative details. “Kristen’s daily presence helps keep things running smoothly,” said head coach Tripp Merritt. “She’s very motivated to make us the best we can be.” Foss lives in Mooresville with her sons, Stephen (16) and Michael (13).

STUDENT ASSISTANT John Stillwell joins the coaching staff as a student assistant for his first season following two years on the Wildcats’ roster, where he was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll John Stillwell both seasons. 1st Season Stillwell lettered three years under coach Paul Padalino at St. Christopher’s School, where he was the starting quarterback as a junior and senior in high school. He also lettered in basketball and baseball and served as the editor of the high school newspaper. The son of Charles and Sallie Stillwell, John has two younger siblings, Henry and Janie. His Aunt, Maria Tucker, attended Davidson and played soccer.

Beth Hayford Head Athletic Trainer

Head athletic trainer Beth Hayford, a 1993 graduate of Wingate, oversees Davidson’s five other full-time, fullycertified licensed athletic trainers as well student athletic trainers from UNC Charlotte, who cover the school’s 21 inter-

collegiate sports. Hayford came to Davidson as an intern in August of 1994 and was promoted to assistant athletic trainer in 1996, working with the football, lacrosse, soccer and volleyball teams. In 2002, Hayford was named the head athletic trainer. In addition to her responsibilities overseeing all medical aspects of the athletic program, she supervises the strength and conditioning department and the equipment room. Beth and her husband, Brett, who is the associate head coach of the Davidson football team, live in Huntersville with their 12-year-old son, Thad. Assisting Hayford on the football field is assistant athletic trainer Gerry Waddle, who is in his fourth season working with the Davidson football team. Gerry Waddle The Davidson Assistant Athletic Trainer College Sports Medicine facilities are among the best in the region. In the training room, there are many of the modern, technological machines that aid in the recovery from injuries, including ultrasound and electric stimulation. There are also three whirlpool tubs, a hydroculator and a paraffin bath. OrthoCarolina in Charlotte serves as Davidson’s primary orthopedic consultant, and Dr. Don D’Alessandro is the Wildcats’ team physician. Dr. Skip Barkley, a general practitioner at University Family Physicians, also acts as one of the department’s primary physicians.

EQUIPMENT When it comes right down to it, the equipment room keeps all the athletic teams prepared to play. Brian Barmes begins his sixth year as the head equipment manager. Prior Brian Barmes to coming to Equipment Manager Davidson, Barmes was a sales representative for Riddell and served a pair of one-year stints with the Florida Bobcats and Georgia Force of the AFL. Joining Barmes in the equipment room is faithful assistant Will DuBose, who attended Fayetteville Tech for two years prior to joining the Davidson staff in the fall of 1983. Now in his 29th year, only one coach has been with the department longer. Also back helping out on the football sidelines are Shawn Evans and Shaw Smith, an art history professor at Davidson with an affinity for Wildcat football. Barmes, Evans and Smith work every practice and home game and travel with the team on the road.

RADIO NETWORK For a sixth straight season, Mark Plemmons is the voice of Davidson Wildcats football on the radio. “I hope folks enjoy listening to the games as much as I enjoy calling them,” Mark Plemmons Plemmons said. Play-By-Play Voice “Since I was four or five years old, I’ve wanted to call college football on the radio so I’m living the dream.” The 1981 graduate of the University of North Carolina holds a bachelor’s degree in radio, television and motion pictures. He brings many years experience as a newspaper reporter and editor and won several state press awards for both news and sports stories. A native of Asheville, N.C., Plemmons and his wife, Kimberly, have two children, Jordan, a recent graduate of UNC-Wilmington, and Dayne, a senior at NC State.

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2010 STATISTICS RUSHING PLAYER Mantuo, Kenny Williams, Justin Johnston, Marcus Wohler, Andrew Blanchard, Michael Hanabury, Mark Cochrane, Chris Adams, Jonathan Funsten, Lanny Heavner, Matt TEAM Trinetti, Chris Carkhuff, Jonathan Total.......... Opponents......

G

ATT

GAIN

LOSS

NET

AVG

TD

LG

YPG

8 11 9 11 11 8 5 11 10 4 8 3 11 11 11

140 85 26 3 9 4 5 2 1 3 6 3 50 337 403

590 345 87 62 34 23 32 12 5 3 0 4 52 1249 1921

14 38 5 0 4 1 16 0 0 9 9 19 255 370 326

576 307 82 62 30 22 16 12 5 -6 -9 -15 -203 879 1595

4.1 3.6 3.2 20.7 3.3 5.5 3.2 6.0 5.0 -2.0 -1.5 -5.0 -4.1 2.6 4.0

5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 23

28 62 10 30 21 18 23 7 5 2 0 4 15 62 63

72.0 27.9 9.1 5.6 2.7 2.8 3.2 1.1 0.5 -1.5 -1.1 -5.0 -18.5 79.9 145.0

RESULTS DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

Sept. 4 GEORGETOWN 11 at Lenoir-Rhyne Sept. at Campbell* Sept. 18 JACKSONVILLE* Sept. 25 9 BUTLER* Oct. Oct. 16 at Morehead State* Oct. 23 at Drake* Oct. 30 DAYTON* 6 at Marist* Nov. 13 SAN DIEGO* Nov. 20 at Presbyterian Nov. * Pioneer Football League game

10-20 13-41 28-27 15-42 8-24 17-10 10-42 13-37 28-21 15-29 6-42

L L W L L W L L W L L

TIME

ATT.

2:45 2:45 2:39 3:07 2:30 2:46 2:52 2:38 2:30 2:37 2:55

4733 7081 3741 2362 2272 3456 2186 4263 1772 4411 3593

PASSING PLAYER Carkhuff, Jonathan Heavner, Matt Cochrane, Chris Total.......... Opponents......

G

EFFIC

ATT-CMP-INT

PCT

YDS

TD

LG

YPG

11 4 5 11 11

117.56 91.13 86.65 113.34 157.64

197-329-9 18-30-1 14-27-3 229-386-13 168-270-4

59.9 60.0 51.9 59.3 62.2

2002 135 144 2281 2298

12 0 1 13 22

71 17 29 71 84

182.0 33.8 28.8 207.4 208.9

RECEIVING PLAYER Funsten, Lanny Hanabury, Mark Blanchard, Michael Yost, Josh Adams, Jonathan Williams, Justin Williams, Reese Mantuo, Kenny Wiggins, Josh Johnston, Marcus Martinez, Danny Sarver, Ben Total.......... Opponents......

G

REC

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

YPG

10 8 11 8 11 11 10 8 8 9 1 7 11 11

47 31 29 26 25 25 21 11 5 5 3 1 229 168

685 252 266 249 235 189 193 85 56 22 20 29 2281 2298

14.6 8.1 9.2 9.6 9.4 7.6 9.2 7.7 11.2 4.4 6.7 29.0 10.0 13.7

6 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 13 22

71 21 33 42 51 36 20 17 24 16 11 29 71 84

68.5 31.5 24.2 31.1 21.4 17.2 19.3 10.6 7.0 2.4 20.0 4.1 207.4 208.9

PLAYER

NO

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

Williams, Justin Hanabury, Mark Johnston, Marcus Butler, Clem Blanchard, Michael Yost, Josh Total.......... Opponents......

45 3 2 1 1 1 53 37

902 30 34 15 11 7 999 738

20.0 10.0 17.0 15.0 11.0 7.0 18.8 19.9

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

33 14 18 15 11 7 33 36

PLAYER

NO

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

Williams, Justin Orobello, Nick Total.......... Opponents......

12 3 15 17

63 21 84 155

5.2 7.0 5.6 9.1

0 0 0 0

14 14 14 33

PUNT RETURNS

PUNTING PLAYER

NO

YDS

AVG

LG

TB

FC

I20

BLKD

Wohler, Andrew Goodman, Brenton Total.......... Opponents......

53 2 55 53

1929 68 1997 1998

36.4 34.0 36.3 37.7

54 35 54 58

5 0 5 8

9 2 11 16

13 1 14 18

0 0 0 0

PLAYER

NO

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

Kidwell, Peter Casey, Dan Behm, John Total.......... Opponents......

2 1 1 4 13

0 19 19 38 237

0.0 19.0 19.0 9.5 18.2

0 0 0 0 2

0 19 19 19 48

NO

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

1 1 2

40 40 63

40.0 40.0 31.5

0 0 0

40 40 48

INTERCEPTIONS

FUMBLE RETURNS Hunt, Patrick Total.......... Opponents......

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PLAYER

TD

FGS

KICK

Funsten, Lanny Behrendt, Ben Mantuo, Kenny Williams, Justin Blanchard, Michael Hanabury, Mark Wiggins, Josh Yost, Josh Behm, John Cochrane, Chris Carkhuff, Jonathan Total.......... Opponents......

6 0 5 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 20 47

0-0 8-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-11 3-12

0-0 11-14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-14 42-46

|----------- PATs ------------| RUSH RCV PASS DXP 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SAF

PTS

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

38 35 30 20 20 6 6 6 2 0 0 163 335

FIELD GOALS PLAYER

FGM-FGA

Behrendt, Ben

8-11

PCT 01-19 72.7

1-1

20-29

30-39

40-49

50+

LG

BLK

5-6

1-2

1-2

0-0

48

0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYER

KICK RETURNS

PLAYER

SCORING

Carkhuff, Jonathan Mantuo, Kenny Williams, Justin Cochrane, Chris Heavner, Matt Johnston, Marcus Wohler, Andrew Blanchard, Michael Hanabury, Mark Adams, Jonathan Funsten, Lanny TEAM Trinetti, Chris Total.......... Opponents......

G

PLAYS

RUSH

PASS

TOTAL

YPG

11 8 11 5 4 9 11 11 8 11 10 8 3 11 11

379 140 85 32 33 26 3 9 4 2 1 6 3 723 673

-203 576 307 16 -6 82 62 30 22 12 5 -9 -15 879 1595

2002 0 0 144 135 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2281 2298

1799 576 307 160 129 82 62 30 22 12 5 -9 -15 3160 3893

163.5 72.0 27.9 32.0 32.2 9.1 5.6 2.7 2.8 1.1 0.5 -1.1 -5.0 287.3 353.9

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS PLAYER Williams, Justin Funsten, Lanny Mantuo, Kenny Blanchard, Michael Hanabury, Mark Yost, Josh Adams, Jonathan Williams, Reese Johnston, Marcus Wohler, Andrew Wiggins, Josh Sarver, Ben Orobello, Nick Martinez, Danny Behm, John Casey, Dan Cochrane, Chris Butler, Clem Heavner, Matt TEAM Trinetti, Chris Carkhuff, Jonathan Total.......... Opponents......

G

RUSH

REC

PR

KOR

IR

TOT

YPG

11 10 8 11 8 8 11 10 9 11 8 7 6 1 11 11 5 11 4 8 3 11 11 11

307 5 576 30 22 0 12 0 82 62 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 -6 -9 -15 -203 879 1595

189 685 85 266 252 249 235 193 22 0 56 29 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2281 2298

63 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 84 155

902 0 0 11 30 7 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 999 738

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 237

1461 690 661 307 304 256 247 193 138 62 56 29 21 20 19 19 16 15 -6 -9 -15 -203 4281 5023

132.8 69.0 82.6 27.9 38.0 32.0 22.5 19.3 15.3 5.6 7.0 4.1 3.5 20.0 1.7 1.7 3.2 1.4 -1.5 -1.1 -5.0 -18.5 389.2 456.6


2010 STATISTICS DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS DAVIDSON 163 SCORING 14.8 POINTS PER GAME 193 FIRST DOWNS 62 RUSHING 112 PASSING PENALTY 19 RUSHING YARDAGE 879 YARDS GAINED RUSHING 1249 YARDS LOST RUSHING 370 RUSHING ATTEMPTS 337 AVERAGE PER RUSH 2.6 AVERAGE PER GAME 79.9 TDS RUSHING 7 PASSING YARDAGE 2281 COMP-ATT-INT 229-386-13 AVERAGE PER PASS 5.9 AVERAGE PER CATCH 10.0 AVERAGE PER GAME 207.4 TDS PASSING 13 TOTAL OFFENSE 3160 TOTAL PLAYS 723 AVERAGE PER PLAY 4.4 AVERAGE PER GAME 287.3 53-999 KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS 15-84 INT RETURNS: #-YARDS 4-38 14-10 FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS 48-351 31.9 AVERAGE PER GAME PUNTS-YARDS 55-1997 AVERAGE PER PUNT 36.3 NET PUNT AVERAGE 31.7 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 31:00 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 54/154 3RD-DOWN PCT 35% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 8/24 4TH-DOWN PCT 33% SACKS BY-YARDS 28-148 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 8-11 RED-ZONE SCORES 20-26 77% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 13-26 50% PAT-ATTEMPTS 11-14 79% ATTENDANCE 18041 GAMES/AVG PER GAME 5/3608

Davidson Opponents

1st 16 42

2nd 3rd 52 28 108 78

4th 67 107

PLAYER

OPPONENT 335 30.5 183 84 95 4 1595 1921 326 403 4.0 145.0 23 2298 168-270-4 8.5 13.7 208.9 22 3893 673 5.8 353.9 37-738 17-155 13-237 14-4 76-612 55.6 53-1998 37.7 33.1 29:00 59/148 40% 11/17 65% 36-271 3-12 35-48 73% 32-48 67% 42-46 91% 21829 6/3638

-- Total -- 163 -- 335

G

UT

AT

TOT

TFL-YDS

SCK-YDS

INT

PBU

FR

FF

BK

Moynahan, Patrick Behm, John Kidwell, Peter Astrop, Daniel Moses-Hampton, M. Popham, Morgan Kee, Harvey Martin, Ellis Anderson, Pete Casey, Dan Sykes, Brandon Hunt, Patrick McAlister, Lewis Campbell, Elliott Guerrieri, Matt Treu, Torry Yeargan, Brandon Medford, Brody Lockridge, Richard Butler, Clem Crowson, Erich Dulberger, Adam Hammett, Tyler Ricci, Gianni Wohler, Andrew Hall, Jake Johnson, Brad Funsten, Lanny Doeman, Jelani Clark, Ethan Simmons, Sean Corbett, Michael Behrendt, Ben TEAM Yost, Josh Adams, Jonathan Wiggins, Josh Williams, Justin Mantuo, Kenny Blanchard, Michael

11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 9 10 11 3 11 11 10 11 11 10 10 6 6 11 6 10 10 9 11 4 7 11 8 8 11 8 11 8 11

41 33 47 38 27 24 26 21 15 21 18 12 10 9 11 4 6 8 4 2 3 3 2 2 2 1 . 2 1 2 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

29 36 21 24 22 18 11 12 15 7 6 12 9 10 6 8 4 2 5 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 2 . 1 . 2 1 1 . . . . . . .

70 69 68 62 49 42 37 33 30 28 24 24 19 19 17 12 10 10 9 6 6 6 5 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

9.0-26 11.5-49 6.0-29 3.5-15 5.5-18 10.0-19 2.0-2 11.5-39 . 3.0-12 . 3.0-12 6.0-26 1.0-4 . 1.0-1 1.0-1 0.5-1 . . . 1.0-1 . . . . 1.0-4 . 0.5-1 . . . . 1.0-3 . . . . . .

2.5-12 5.5-35 0.5-2 1.5-11 2.5-15 2.0-6 . 4.5-25 . 2.0-3 . 1.0-7 3.5-22 1.0-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5-3 . . . . . . 1.0-3 . . . . . .

. 1-19 2-0 . . . . . . 1-19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1 4 5 4 . 1 2 . 2 . 4 . . . 1 . . 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . .

. 2-0 . 1-0 . . . . . . . 1-40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . 2 . . . . . 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . .

. . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Total.......... Opponents......

11 11

403 412

280 306

683 718

78-263 79-368

28-148 36-271

4-38 13-237

28 37

4-40 10-63

6 9

3 .

INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING AND RECEIVING RUSHING No-Yds/TD Kenny Mantuo, RB 140-576/5 Justin Williams, RB 85-307/2 Marcus Johnston, RB 26-82/0 Andrew Wohler, P 3-62/0 M. Blanchard, TE 9-30/0 Mark Hanabury, WR 4-22/0 Chris Cochrane, QB 5-16/0 Jonathan Adams, WR 2-12/0 Lanny Funsten, WR 1-5/0

G’TOWN 21-52/1 3-0/0 DNP DNP -

LRU 13-93/1 6-5/0 1-27/0 DNP 3-7/0 -

CAMP 34-181/1 8-65/2 2-22/0 DNP DNP -

JU 3-13/0 11-37/0 8-23/0 2-5/0 1-9/0 1-7/0 -

BUTLER DNP 16-41/0 5-27/0 DNP 1-5/0 -

MSU DNP 20-48/0 12-32/0 1-30/0 2--2/0 DNP -

DRAKE DNP 7-13/0 1-0/0 2-3/0 1-3/0 -

DAY 6-12/0 5-32/0 1-18/0 1-0/0 1-5/0

MAR 35-124/1 3-63/0 DNP DNP -

USD 12-24/0 1--3/0 1-5/0 1--1/0 DNP -

PRESBY 16-77/1 5-6/0 DNP 1-2/0 1-2/0 DNP

RUSHING Lanny Funsten, WR M. Blanchard, TE Mark Hanabury, WR Josh Yost, TE Jonathan Adams, WR Reese Williams, TE Justin Williams, RB Kenny Mantuo, RB Josh Wiggins, WR Ben Sarver, WR Marcus Johnston, RB Danny Martinez, WR

G’TOWN 2-10/0 6-52/0 DNP DNP 1-8/0 2-24/0 4-15/0 4-37/0 2-20/0 DNP

LRU 3-37/1 2-16/0 DNP 4-29/0 3-23/0 5-62/0 1-9/0 2-32/0 DNP

CAMP 3-36/0 3-31/1 DNP 2-14/0 2-14/0 2-16/0 2-24/0 DNP

JU 2-36/0 4-35/1 3-20/0 3-58/0 1-20/0 3-6/0 2-32/1 1-29/0 1--2/0 DNP

BUTLER 4-62/1 1--2/0 3-23/0 2-26/0 3-10/0 DNP 2-22/0 DNP 1-4/0 DNP DNP

MSU 7-175/2 1-7/0 2-23/0 1-12/0 1-10/0 2-42/0 DNP DNP 1-1/0 DNP

DRAKE 10-102/0 3-28/0 4-41/0 6-37/0 6-43/0 4-31/0 8-37/1 DNP 3-23/0 DNP

DAY 5-64/0 4-21/0 3-22/0 7-68/1 3-15/0 1-2/0 1-7/0 DNP DNP

MAR 5-45/1 2-22/0 9-92/1 1-5/0 1-8/0 3-15/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

USD 6-118/1 1-33/1 1-10/0 DNP 5-53/0 2-32/0 1-11/0 DNP DNP DNP

PRESBY DNP 2-23/0 6-21/0 DNP 4-76/0 3--2/0 DNP 3-20/0

No-Yds/TD 47-685/6 29-266/3 31-252/1 26-249/1 25-235/0 21-193/0 25-189/1 11-85/0 5-56/1 1-29/0 5-22/0 3-20/0

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2010 BOX SCORES

Score by Quarters Georgetown Davidson 1st 04:15 GU 2nd 14:16 GU 00:49 DAV 3rd 07:15 DAV 4th 09:15 GU

GAME #1 - GEORGETOWN 20, DAVIDSON 10

GAME #2 - DAVIDSON 13, LENOIR-RHYNE 41

Sept. 4, at Davidson, N.C.

Sept. 11, at Hickory, N.C.

1 7 0

2 7 7

3 0 3

4 6 0

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Score 20 10

Davidson Lenoir-Rhyne

Scott Darby 3 yd run (Brett Weiss kick) Brandon Durham 5 yd run (Brett Weiss kick) Mantuo, Kenny 3 yd run (Behrendt, Ben kick) Behrendt, Ben 22 yd field goal Jeffrey Burke 12 yd pass from Scott Darby (Brett Weiss kick failed)

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

GU 18 44-166 130 23-14-0 67-296 0-0 3-25 3-55 2-6 8-37.5 1-0 7-65 31:31 5 of 14 0 of 0 3-3 1-9

GU 7 - DAV 0 GU 14 - DAV 0 GU 14 - DAV 7 GU 14 - DAV 10 GU 20 - DAV 10

DAV 13 27-46 166 36-21-2 63-212 0-0 1-12 4-90 0-0 7-37.4 0-0 2-12 28:29 3 of 16 2 of 3 2-2 3-8

1st 03:20 LRU 2nd 09:42 DAV 09:25 LRU 08:09 LRU 00:51 LRU 3rd 11:29 LRU 4th 11:33 LRU 09:08 DAV

0 7

7 21

0 7

6 6

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13 41

Gaston Miller 6 yd run (Colin Corpe kick) Mantuo, Kenny 9 yd run (Behrendt, Ben kick) James Pone 59 yd run (Colin Corpe kick) L. McCorkle 3 yd run (Colin Corpe kick) L. McCorkle 1 yd run (Colin Corpe kick) L. McCorkle 18 yd run (Colin Corpe kick) Reuben Haynes 4 yd run (Colin Corpe kick failed), Funsten, Lanny 24 yd pass from Carkhuff (Behrendt kick failed)

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

DAV 18 30-83 208 42-20-3 72-291 0-0 1-0 7-151 0-0 3-37.0 3-2 4-23 31:25 6 of 15 2 of 5 1-2 1-4

DAV 0 - LRU 7 DAV 7 - LRU 7 DAV 7 - LRU 14 DAV 7 - LRU 21 DAV 7 - LRU 28 DAV 7 - LRU 35 DAV 7 - LRU 41 DAV 13 - LRU 41

LRU 13 53-266 11 7-1-0 60-277 1-15 1-11 3-45 3-52 7-34.4 1-0 5-35 28:35 6 of 15 2 of 2 5-5 6-46

RUSHING: Davidson-Mantuo, Kenny 13-93; Wohler, Andrew 1-27; Cochrane, Chris 3-7; Williams, Justin 6-5; TEAM 1-minus 1; Trinetti, Chris 1-minus 10; Carkhuff, Jonathan 5minus 38. Lenoir-Rhyne-James Pone 5-70; Major Herron 12-64; L. McCorkle 12-45; Gaston Miller 3-35; Jasper Thomas 3-15; Reuben Haynes 7-12; Anthony Silvers 4-10; Corron Boston 1-6; Andrew Courman 3-5; Antwain Ross 2-5; TEAM 1-minus 1. PASSING: Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 15-29-0-151; Cochrane, Chris 5-13-3-57. LenoirRhyne-Major Herron 1-6-0-11; Reuben Haynes 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Davidson-Williams, Reese 5-62; Yost, Josh 4-29; Funsten, Lanny 3-37; Adams, Jonathan 3-23; Mantuo, Kenny 2-32; Blanchard, Michael 2-16; Williams, Justin 19. Lenoir-Rhyne Artis Gilmore 1-11. INTERCEPTIONS: Davidson-None. LenoirRhyne-Cam Thompkins 1-30; Carl Brooks 1-22; Marcus Shuford 1-0. FUMBLES: Davidson-Cochrane, Chris 1-0; Carkhuff, Jonathan 1-1; Williams, Justin 1-1. Lenoir-Rhyne-Reuben Haynes 1-0.

Peter Kidwell

SACKS (UA-A): Davidson-Kidwell, Peter 0-1; Behm, John 0-1. Lenoir-Rhyne-Nelson Bullard 2-0; Zach Long 1-0; Jason Arenillas 0-1; Victor Nito 01; Brandon Martin 1-0; Jimmy Long 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Davidson-Guerrieri, Matt 6-1; Moynahan, Patrick 4-2; Kidwell, Peter 4-2; McAlister, Lewis 3-2; Martin, Ellis 3-1; Lockridge, Richard 3-1; Astrop, Daniel 3-1; Behm, John 2-2; Popham, Morgan 0-4; Kee, Harvey 2-1; Anderson, Pete 1-2; Campbell, Elliott 2-0; Doeman, Jelani 1-1; Crowson, Erich 0-2; Moses-Hampton, M. 0-2; Patrick Moynahan Yost, Josh 1-0; Ricci, Gianni 1-0; Mantuo, Kenny 10; Wiggins, Josh 1-0; Wohler, Andrew 1-0; Yeargan, Brandon 0-1; Treu, Torry 0-1. LenoirRhyne-Ricky Fawbush 7-0; Carl Brooks 4-2; Richard Walker 4-1; Marcus Shuford 2-2; Nelson Bullard 3-0; Jeff Haney 3-0; L. Banner 2-1; Jason Arenillas 1-2; Chris Carter 1-2; Cam Thompkins 2-0; C. Davis 2-0; Brandon Martin 2-0; Zach Long 1-1; Demetrius Green 1-1; Nicholas Burns 1-1; Victor Nito 0-2; Doug Ellis 1-0; Ryan Sanford 1-0; Jimmy Long 1-0; Chris Christian 1-0; B.J. Woodley 1-0; Mike Harold 1-0; Jacarri Bowen 1-0; Graham Duncan 1-0; Austin Newton 0-1; Jamont Jones 0-1; Marcus Byrd 0-1. Time of Game: 2:45

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2010 BOX SCORES

Score by Quarters Davidson Campbell 1st 00:29 DAV 2nd 08:36 CAMP 02:37 CAMP 3rd 12:30 DAV 06:33 CAMP 01:44 CAMP 4th 11:40 DAV 00:13 DAV

GAME #3 - DAVIDSON 28, CAMPBELL 27

GAME #4 - JACKSONVILLE 42, DAVIDSON 15

Sept. 18, at Buies Creek, N.C.

Sept. 25, at Davidson, N.C.

1 7 0

2 0 14

3 7 13

4 14 0

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Score 28 27

Score by Quarters Jacksonville Davidson

Williams, Justin 4 yd run (Behrendt, Ben kick) POLK, Daniel 1 yd run (WILLETS, Adam kick) SMITH, Carl 2 yd run (WILLETS, Adam kick) Williams, Justin 33 yd run (Behrendt, Ben kick) POLK, Daniel 5 yd run (WILLETS, Adam kick) BROWN, Rashaun 9 yd run (WILLETS, Adam kick failed) Blanchard, Michael 3 yd pass from Carkhuff (Behrendt, Ben kick) Mantuo, Kenny 3 yd run (Behrendt, Ben kick)

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

DAV 25 45-270 135 27-14-0 72-405 0-0 2-17 5-129 0-0 2-11.5 0-0 3-15 31:35 7 of 12 0 of 2 3-4 0-0

DAV 7 - CAMP 0 DAV 7 - CAMP 7 DAV 7 - CAMP 14 DAV 14 - CAMP 14 DAV 14 - CAMP 21 DAV 14 - CAMP 27 DAV 21 - CAMP 27 DAV 28 - CAMP 27

CAMP 16 44-143 156 12-9-0 56-299 0-0 0-0 5-95 0-0 3-40.7 4-1 4-26 28:25 8 of 13 0 of 0 4-4 0-0

RUSHING: Davidson-Mantuo, Kenny 34-181; Williams, Justin 8-65; Blanchard, Michael 2-22; Carkhuff, Jonathan 1-2. Campbell-BROWN, Rashaun 8-53; POLK, Daniel 14-37; OATES, CJ 11-31; SMITH, Carl 9-27; Team 1-minus 1; JORDAN, H 1-minus 4. PASSING: Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 14-27-0135. Campbell-POLK, Daniel 9-12-0-156. RECEIVING: Davidson-Funsten, Lanny 3-36; Blanchard, Michael 3-31; Williams, Justin 2-24; Williams, Reese 2-16; Adams, Jonathan 2-14; Yost, Josh 2-14. Campbell-CONSTANTINE, P. 5-106; JORDAN, H 1-24; OATES, CJ 1-11; BLAIN, Carl 19; MURPHY, Kelvin 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Davidson-None. CampbellNone.

1st 01:12 JU 2nd 09:11 JU 05:46 JU 00:01 DAV 3rd 08:17 JU 00:09 JU 4th 12:11 DAV 06:24 JU 00:06 DAV

1 7 0

2 14 3

3 14 0

4 7 12

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Score 42 15

PHILPART,Josh 13 yd pass from McGREGOR,Josh (HOSTETLER kick) JU 7 - DAV 0 PHILPART,Josh 5 yd pass from McGREGOR,Josh (HOSTETLER kick) JU 14 - DAV 0 FINKLEY,Elliott 84 yd pass from McGREGOR,Josh (HOSTETLER kick) JU 21 - DAV 0 Behrendt, Ben 48 yd field goal JU 21 - DAV 3 THOMPSON,Larry 13 yd pass from McGREGOR,Josh (HOSTETLER ) JU 28 - DAV 3 SUMTER,Rodney 26 yd pass from McGREGOR,Josh (HOSTETLER ) JU 35 - DAV 3 Wiggins, Josh 8 yd pass from Carkhuff, Jonathan (pass failed) JU 35 - DAV 9 DAVIS,Andrew 2 yd pass from McGREGOR,Josh (HOSTETLER kick) JU 42 - DAV 9 Blanchard, Michael 10 yd pass from Cochrane (Cochrane rush failed) JU 42 - DAV 15

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

JU 23 28-111 410 43-27-0 71-521 0-0 4-44 4-72 0-0 4-33.2 1-1 8-65 29:04 7 of 14 1 of 2 4-8 6-34

DAV 20 32-60 234 37-20-0 69-294 0-0 2-11 7-123 0-0 8-40.2 2-2 4-22 30:56 1 of 12 0 of 1 2-2 4-23

RUSHING: Jacksonville-LASTER,J.J. 17-136; SMALL,Rudell 3-12; PRYCE,Nick 2-6; TEAM 1-minus 1; STEPELTON,Erik 1-minus 7; McGREGOR,Josh 4-minus 35. DavidsonWilliams, Justin 11-37; Johnston, Marcus 8-23; Mantuo, Kenny 3-13; Cochrane, Chris 1-9; Adams, Jonathan 1-7; Blanchard, Michael 2-5; Carkhuff, Jonathan 6-minus 34. PASSING: Jacksonville-McGREGOR,Josh 26-41-0-405; STEPELTON,Erik 1-2-0-5. Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 16-33-0-179; Cochrane, Chris 4-4-0-55. RECEIVING: Jacksonville-PHILPART,Josh 9-107; THOMPSON,Larry 4-64; SUMTER,Rodney 4-40; FINKLEY,Elliott 3-121; LASTER,J.J. 2-42; DAVIS,Andrew 2-21; McKINNON,C. 2-8; GUY,Dorian 1-7. Davidson-Blanchard, Michael 4-35; Yost, Josh 3-58; Hanabury, Mark 3-20; Williams, Justin 3-6; Funsten, Lanny 2-36; Wiggins, Josh 2-32; Sarver, Ben 1-29; Williams, Reese 1-20; Johnston, Marcus 1-minus 2. INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville-None. Davidson-None. FUMBLES: Jacksonville-McGREGOR,Josh 1-1. Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 2-2.

FUMBLES: Davidson-None. Campbell-POLK, Daniel 2-1; SMITH, Carl 1-0; OATES, CJ 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A): Jacksonville-BURNS,Bradley 3-1; MAYORAL,Mike 1-1; DELGUIDICE,D. 0-1; KLEIN,Mike 0-1. Davidson-Campbell, Elliott 0-1; TEAM 1-0; Behm, John 1-0; Astrop, Daniel 1-0; McAlister, Lewis 0-1.

SACKS (UA-A): Davidson-None. CampbellNone. Ellis Martin TACKLES (UA-A): Davidson-Behm, John 4-4; Popham, Morgan 2-5; Campbell, Elliott 2-5; Kidwell, Peter 3-3; Astrop, Daniel 3-3; Moynahan, Patrick 1-4; Guerrieri, Matt 3-1; Treu, Torry 1-2; Anderson, Pete 1-2; Kee, Harvey 1-2; McAlister, Lewis 0-3; Casey, Dan 2-0; Yeargan, Brandon 2-0; MosesHampton, M. 1-1; Martin, Ellis 0-2; Ricci, Gianni 0-1; Hall, Jake 0-1; Sykes, Brandon 0-1. Campbell-BROWN, Milton 4-6; MONROE, Steth 3-7; GOLDSMITH, S 3-5; STANLEY, Lee 2-6; HERRING, Randel 0-8; FELICIANO, Erik 2-5; PIZZUTI, Paul 3-3; HINGLETON, J 1-4; COX, M. 1-4; RUDISILL, Mi. 2-2; PRICE, Chris 1-3; DAVIS, Manny 1-3; HART, Jared 3-0; SHINE, Freddie 0-2; FIORE, Charles 0-2; BRATTON, Eric 0-1; NEWMAN, Lloyd 0-1; BARNES, Terrell 0-1; DAVIS, Ryan 0-1. Total elapsed time: 2:39 Attendance: 3741

TACKLES (UA-A): Jacksonville-BURNS,Bradley 4-5; FOLEY,Ed 7-1; FENNELL,Joseph 4-3; DEWHIRST,Jordan 3-3; PERRY,Will 1-3; SMITH,Leonard 3-0; JOHNSON,Darren 3-0; KLEIN,Mike 1-2; FINES,Rolando 1-2; MICHEL,Luidji 20; McCOMBS,Layne 2-0; MACK,Montaque 2-0; LANDS,Austin 1-1; MAYORAL,Mike 1-1; WALDEN,Colby 1-1; FIFITA,Kali 0-2; DELGUIDICE,D. 0-2; THOMAS,Schon 1-0; HENZIE,Michael 1-0; PIMIENTA,Juan 1-0; JOINER,Anthony 1-0; BRADLEY,A. 0-1; McDOUGALD,Lacy 0-1; MATTHEWS,A. 0-1; ADDISON,Andre 0-1. DavidsonJohn Behm Astrop, Daniel 5-2; Sykes, Brandon 6-0; Behm, John 2-4; Kidwell, Peter 4-1; Moynahan, Patrick 3-2; Anderson, Pete 3-2; Popham, Morgan 3-1; Moses-Hampton, M. 2-2; Kee, Harvey 3-0; Campbell, Elliott 1-2; Martin, Ellis 2-0; Casey, Dan 1-1; Dulberger, Adam 1-1; Corbett, Michael 1-1; Adams, Jonathan 1-0; Crowson, Erich 1-0; TEAM 1-0; Simmons, Sean 0-1; Medford, Brody 0-1; Butler, Clem 0-1; Lockridge, Richard 0-1; Hunt, Patrick 0-1; Treu, Torry 0-1; McAlister, Lewis 0-1. Time of Game: 3:07

Attendance: 2362

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2010 BOX SCORES

Score by Quarters Butler Davidson 2nd 09:07 BU 00:19 BU 3rd 10:15 BU 4th 01:46 BU 00:56 DAV

GAME #5 - BUTLER 24, DAVIDSON 8

GAME #6 - DAVIDSON 17, MOREHEAD STATE 10

Oct. 9, at Davidson, N.C.

Oct. 16, at Morehead, Ky.

1 0 0

2 10 0

3 7 0

4 7 8

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Score 24 8

Score by Quarters Davidson Morehead State

KOBLI, Matt 1 yd run (LANG, David kick) BU 7 - DAV 0 LANG, David 28 yd field goal BU 10 - DAV 0 KOOPMAN, Jordan 4 yd pass from HUCK, Andrew (LANG, David kick) BU 17 - DAV 0 KOBLI, Matt 21 yd run (LANG, David kick) BU 24 - DAV 0 Funsten, Lanny 24 yd pass from Carkhuff (Williams pass fr Carkhuff) BU 24 - DAV 8

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

BU 20 42-205 170 26-18-1 68-375 0-0 2-10 1-23 1-11 3-44.7 1-0 6-60 35:19 9 of 16 2 of 3 4-5 3-31

DAV 14 26-40 145 22-16-1 48-185 0-0 0-0 4-74 1-0 5-44.2 1-0 5-23 24:41 3 of 11 0 of 0 0-0 2-12

3rd 05:59 02:50 4th 14:34 05:36 02:15

DAV MOR MOR DAV DAV

1 0 0

2 0 0

3 3 3

4 14 7

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Score 17 10

Behrendt, Ben 28 yd field goal DUZAN, Rainer 32 yd field goal STANLEY, Blake 1 yd run (DUZAN, Rainer kick Funsten, Lanny 25 yd pass from Carkhuff (Behrendt kick failed) Funsten 71 yd pass from Carkhuff (Funsten pass from Carkhuff)

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

DAV 20 42-90 270 33-15-0 75-360 0-0 2-16 2-14 0-0 6-37.2 1-1 5-38 35:31 7 of 18 2 of 3 1-2 4-21

DAV 3 - MOR 0 DAV 3 - MOR 3 DAV 3 - MOR 10 DAV 9 - MOR 10 DAV 17 - MOR 10

MOR 10 22-46 171 28-16-0 50-217 1-48 2-6 4-90 0-0 8-40.4 1-0 7-51 24:29 1 of 12 0 of 1 2-3 3-22

RUSHING: Butler-KOBLI, Matt 10-62; HITCHCOCK, Ryan 8-44; HUCK, Andrew 8-43; DEPOSITAR, Steven 6-39; HEETER, Trae 5-29; THOMAS, David 2-2; TEAM 3-minus 14. Davidson Williams, Justin 16-41; Johnston, Marcus 5-27; Adams, Jonathan 1-5; TEAM 1minus 2; Carkhuff, Jonathan 3-minus 31.

RUSHING: Davidson-Williams, Justin 20-48; Johnston, Marcus 12-32; Wohler, Andrew 1-30; Blanchard, Michael 2-minus 2; TEAM 2-minus 4; Carkhuff, Jonathan 5-minus 14. Morehead State-COX, Desmond 9-25; SLUPSKI, Adam 1-15; LEWIS, Zach 8-5; GOODWIN, Domini 2-3; STANLEY, Blake 2-minus 2.

PASSING: Butler-HUCK, Andrew 14-20-0-139; KOBLI, Matt 4-6-1-31. Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 16-22-1-145.

PASSING: Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 15-33-0-270. Morehead State-LEWIS, Zach 1628-0-171. RECEIVING: Davidson-Funsten, Lanny 7-175; Williams, Justin 2-42; Hanabury, Mark 223; Yost, Josh 1-12; Williams, Reese 1-10; Blanchard, Michael 1-7; Johnston, Marcus 1-1. Morehead State-SLUPSKI, Adam 4-35; YOSHIMURA, Jais 3-19; MCDERMOTT, Ronn 234; SAWYER, Donte 2-33; WILLIAMS, Andre 1-22; MORGAN, Drew 1-16; GOODWIN, Domini 1-7; STANLEY, Blake 1-3; COX, Desmond 1-2.

RECEIVING: Butler-KOOPMAN, Jordan 7-82; WATKINS, Zach 4-13; LARSEN, Jeff 2-19; WALLEY, Carter 1-21; HITCHCOCK, Ryan 1-12; DEPOSITAR, Steven 1-11; McHALE, Eddie 1-8; HARVEY, Stuart 1-4. Davidson-Funsten, Lanny 462; Hanabury, Mark 3-23; Adams, Jonathan 3-10; Yost, Josh 2-26; Williams, Justin 2-22; Wiggins, Josh 1-4; Blanchard, Michael 1-minus 2.

INTERCEPTIONS: Davidson-None. Morehead State-None. FUMBLES: Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 1-1. Morehead State-LEWIS, Zach 1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS: Butler-McKENNA, Jack 1-11. Davidson-Kidwell, Peter 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A): Davidson-McAlister, Lewis 3-0; Popham, Morgan 1-0. Morehead StateWINSTON, Thadde 1-0; MANLEY, Kyle 0-1; RAYMOND, Jerome 0-1; BURNS, Chris 1-0.

FUMBLES: Butler-TEAM 1-0. Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Butler-RIDLEY, Jordan 5-5; DOMBART, Tadd 5-0; CALDICOTT, Nick 2-1; SULLIVAN, Logan 2-1; DAUCH, Andy 2-1; HAILEY, Artis 2-0; GRADY, Sean 1-1; POWELL, Phillip 1-1; McKENNA, Jack 1-1; BENSON, Matt 1-1; THOMAS, Larry 11; TEARE, Ross 1-1; COTTRELL, Andrew 0-2; SHANNON, Brendan 1-0; SZAFRANSKI, Jayme 1-0; HABER, Dan 1-0; POSS, Jeff 1-0; HEETER, Trae 1-0; HUNTER, Grant 0-1; COSLER, Rob 0-1; DEPOSITAR, Steven 0-1; TENNANT, Jace 0-1. Davidson-Astrop, Daniel 7-3; Moynahan, Patrick 6-3; Moses-Hampton, M. 5-2; Kee, Harvey 4-3; Behm, John 6-0; Popham, Morgan 5-1; Anderson, Pete 4-2; Yeargan, Brandon 3-1; Hunt, Patrick 2-2; Lockridge, Richard 1-1; Kidwell, Peter 1-1; Martin, Ellis 1-0; Dulberger, Adam 0-1; McAlister, Lewis 0-1; Sykes, Brandon 0-1.

TACKLES (UA-A): Davidson-Moynahan, Patrick 5-3; Casey, Dan 4-2; Behm, John 3-3; Anderson, Pete 3-3; Kidwell, Peter 2-3; Popham, Morgan 3-1; McAlister, Lewis 3-0; Martin, Ellis 2-1; Kee, Harvey 1-1; MosesHampton, M. 1-1; Sykes, Brandon 0-2; Astrop, Daniel 02; Crowson, Erich 1-0; Funsten, Lanny 1-0; Lockridge, Richard 0-1; Dulberger, Adam 0-1; Treu, Torry 0-1; Butler, Clem 0-1. Morehead State-BACHMAN, Tony 54; MAY, Keaton 3-4; SCOTT, Kameron 4-2; HALL, Mark 3-3; WILLIAMS, Ryan 1-4; RAYMOND, Jerome 1-4; ARMSTRONG, Came 4-0; BLAIR, Sean 4-0; WINSTON, Thadde 2-2; BURNS, Chris 1-3; LESTER, Steven 2-1; COLEMAN, John 1-2; MANLEY, Kyle 0-3; SAUERBECK, Bria 0-3; MEADOWS, Aaron 0-3; FRANCIS, David 1-1; YOSHIMURA, Jais 1-0; ADLER, Mike 0-1; SMART, Ryan 0-1; DAVIS, John-Ell 0-1.

Time of Game: 2:30

Time of Game: 2:46

SACKS (UA-A): Butler-THOMAS, Larry 1-0; RIDLEY, Jordan 0-1; COSLER, Rob 0-1; POSS, Jeff 1-0. Davidson-Popham, Morgan 1-0; Behm, John 1-0.

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Attendance: 2272

Malcolm Moses-Hampton

Attendance: 3456

Lanny Funsten


2010 BOX SCORES

Score by Quarters Davidson Drake 2nd 10:34 DU 07:44 DU 00:14 DAV 4th 13:27 DAV 10:25 DU 08:54 DU 04:21 DU 01:07 DU

GAME #7 - DAVIDSON 10, DRAKE 42

GAME #8 - DAYTON 37, DAVIDSON 13

Oct. 23, at Des Moines, Iowa

Oct. 30, at Davidson, N.C.

1 0 0

2 7 14

3 0 0

4 3 28

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Score 10 42

Score by Quarters Dayton Davidson

Platek, Steve 11 yd pass from Piatkowski, Mik (Janssen, Billy kick) DAV 0 - DU 7 Taylor, Dain 36 yd interception return (Janssen, Billy kick) DAV 0 - DU 14 Williams, Justin 2 yd pass from Carkhuff, Jonathan (Behrendt, Ben kick) DAV 7 - DU 14 Behrendt, Ben 21 yd field goal DAV 10 - DU 14 Blackmon, Drew 27 yd pass from Piatkowski, Mik (Janssen, Billy kick) DAV 10 - DU 21 Lahart, Mike 40 yd interception return (Janssen, Billy kick) DAV 10 - DU 28 Sabal, Ben 13 yd pass from Piatkowski, Mik (Janssen, Billy kick) DAV 10 - DU 35 Piatkowski, Mik 22 yd run (Rasmussen, Mtch kick) DAV 10 - DU 42

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

DAV 21 18--5 342 62-44-2 80-337 0-0 3-6 4-73 0-0 8-34.6 0-0 7-62 38:52 8 of 18 1 of 1 2-2 3-9

DU 13 23-71 222 27-19-0 50-293 0-0 1-33 3-63 2-76 6-40.7 3-0 7-35 21:08 4 of 11 1 of 1 3-3 4-33

RUSHING: Davidson-Williams, Justin 7-13; Hanabury, Mark 1-3; Blanchard, Michael 23; Johnston, Marcus 1-0; Carkhuff, Jonathan 7-minus 24. Drake-Morse, Trey 10-29; Kostek, Tom 6-24; Piatkowski, Mik 6-15; Cashmore, Pat 1-3. PASSING: Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 41-56-2-306; Cochrane, Chris 3-6-0-36. Drake-Piatkowski, Mik 19-270-222. RECEIVING: Davidson-Funsten, Lanny 10-102; Williams, Justin 8-37; Adams, Jonathan 6-43; Yost, Josh 6-37; Hanabury, Mark 4-41; Williams, Reese 4-31; Blanchard, Michael 3-28; Johnston, Marcus 3-23. DrakePlatek, Steve 5-47; Blackmon, Drew 4-51; Sabal, Ben 351; Cashmore, Pat 3-45; Paddock, Nathan 1-11; Kostek, Tom 1-8; Rosa, Nick 1-5; Morse, Trey 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Davidson-None. Drake-Lahart, Mike 1-40; Taylor, Dain 1-36. Jonathan Carkhuff

FUMBLES: Davidson-None. Drake-Piatkowski, Mik 30.

SACKS (UA-A): Davidson-Moses-Hampton, M. 1-0; Moynahan, Patrick 1-0; Casey, Dan 1-0. Drake-Asbell, Andrew 2-0; Taylor, Dain 1-0; Hannoon, Naser 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Davidson-Moynahan, Patrick 5-4; Moses-Hampton, M. 5-2; Behm, John 4-2; Casey, Dan 4-1; Astrop, Daniel 3-1; Kee, Harvey 3-0; Popham, Morgan 2-1; Anderson, Pete 1-2; Kidwell, Peter 1-1; McAlister, Lewis 1-0; Wohler, Andrew 1-0; Sykes, Brandon 0-1; Hammett, Tyler 0-1. Drake-Mosier, Lucas 10-3; Moorehead, Ty 5-1; Lahart, Mike 4-2; Morrison, Ben 3-2; Matthews, Josh 1-4; Asbell, Andrew 3-1; Walkup, Josh 3-0; Sawhill, John 2-1; Chenier, Nick 2-1; Gianaras, Tony 2-0; Hancock, Matt 2-0; Hall, Stoy 20; Nelson, Jim 2-0; Kostek, Tom 1-1; Taylor, Dain 1-1; Hannoon, Naser 1-0; Campbell, Akeem 1-0; Good, Cam 1-0; Mosier, Tyler 1-0; Ratelle, Mike 0-1. Time of Game: 2:52

Attendance: 2186

1st 10:28 DAV 07:28 UD 2nd 06:10 UD 04:26 UD 00:18 DAV 3rd 09:27 UD 06:40 DAV 4th 10:13 UD 06:46 UD

1 7 3

2 14 3

3 6 7

4 10 0

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Score 37 13

Behrendt, Ben 37 yd field goal UD 0 - DAV 3 HARRIS, Taylor 18 yd run (GLAVIN, Nick kick) UD 7 - DAV 3 HUJIK, Tyler 69 yd pass from VALENTINO, Steve (GLAVIN, Nick kick) UD 14 - DAV 3 MACK, Brian 1 yd run (GLAVIN, Nick kick) UD 21 - DAV 3 Behrendt, Ben 27 yd field goal UD 21 - DAV 6 PAPP, Anthony 29 yd pass from VALENTINO, Steve ( kick failed) UD 27 - DAV 6 Yost, Josh 5 yd pass from Carkhuff, Jonathan (Behrendt, Ben kick) UD 27 - DAV 13 HARRIS, Taylor 30 yd run (MILLER, Nate kick) UD 34 - DAV 13 MILLER, Nate 37 yd field goal UD 37 - DAV 13

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UD 16 42-167 223 18-11-0 60-390 0-0 1-5 4-90 2-44 3-35.7 0-0 8-58 32:22 3 of 12 2 of 3 3-5 2-13

DAV 16 22-55 199 40-24-2 62-254 0-0 0-0 7-129 0-0 4-35.8 2-1 3-33 27:38 4 of 12 0 of 2 3-3 2-13

RUSHING: Dayton-HARRIS, Taylor 7-60; VALENTINO, Steve 12-57; MACK, Brian 1348; JACOB, Dan 3-7; ZAPINSKI, Andrew 4-0; TEAM 2-minus 2; HUJIK, Tyler 1-minus 3. Davidson-Williams, Justin 5-32; Hanabury, Mark 1-18; Mantuo, Kenny 6-12; Funsten, Lanny 1-5; Cochrane, Chris 1-0; Trinetti, Chris 2-minus 5; Carkhuff, Jonathan 6-minus 7. PASSING: Dayton-VALENTINO, Steve 11-17-0-223; SPLAIN, Zachary 0-1-0-0. Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 23-39-2-197; Cochrane, Chris 1-1-0-2. RECEIVING: Dayton-COLLINS, Nick 3-56; WATKINS, Justin 3-46; HUJIK, Tyler 2-81; PAPP, Anthony 2-36; BELLMAN, Luke 1-4. Davidson-Yost, Josh 7-68; Funsten, Lanny 564; Blanchard, Michael 4-21; Hanabury, Mark 3-22; Williams, Reese 3-15; Mantuo, Kenny 1-7; Williams, Justin 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Dayton-WALTON, Chase 1-42; VERCAMMEN, James 1-2. Davidson-None. FUMBLES: Dayton-None. Davidson-Trinetti, Chris 1-1; Williams, Justin 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Dayton-MORANTE, Mike 1-0; WINGEIER, Brandon 0-1; LANGHORST, Devon 01. Davidson-Casey, Dan 1-0; Moynahan, Patrick 0-1; Behm, John 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): Dayton-LANGHORST, Devon 5-4; WIRKUS, Steve 5-2; SEBETIC, Kyle 5-1; VERCAMMEN, James 5-0; WALTON, Chase 4-1; ROBBE, Eric 3-1; WINGEIER, Brandon 1-3; WEBER, Dan Casey Zach 1-2; BELANGER, Sean 0-3; PFLEGER, Matt 20; RIES, Joe 1-1; MARTIN, Jordan 1-1; JANASEK, Joe 1-0; CRAWFORD, Andre 1-0; FUMAGALLI, Ross 1-0; MORANTE, Mike 1-0; RIDDLE, Matt 0-1; HARMON, Marcus 0-1; ZAPINSKI, Andrew 0-1. Davidson-Kidwell, Peter 7-3; Behm, John 2-6; Casey, Dan 5-2; Astrop, Daniel 6-0; Moynahan, Patrick 5-1; Hunt, Patrick 5-0; Moses-Hampton, M. 2-2; Popham, Morgan 2-1; Treu, Torry 1-2; Martin, Ellis 2-0; Kee, Harvey 1-1; Anderson, Pete 1-1; Sykes, Brandon 1-0; Williams, Justin 1-0; Funsten, Lanny 1-0; Hammett, Tyler 0-1. Time of Game: 2:38

Attendance: 4263

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2010 BOX SCORES

Score by Quarters Davidson Marist 2nd 14:05 07:45 06:54 3rd 02:04 4th 14:54 14:41 06:12 03:42

DAV DAV DAV MAR DAV MAR DAV MAR

GAME #9 - DAVIDSON 28, MARIST 21

GAME #10 - SAN DIEGO 29, DAVIDSON 15

Nov. 6, at Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Nov. 13, at Davidson, N.C.

1 0 0

2 18 0

3 0 7

4 10 14

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Score 28 21

Score by Quarters San Diego Davidson

Behrendt, Ben 20 yd field goal DAV 3 - MAR 0 Mantuo, Kenny 2 yd run (Behrendt, Ben kick) DAV 10 - MAR 0 Hanabury, Mark 4 yd pass from Carkhuff, Jonathan (Blanchard rush) DAV 18 - MAR 0 LaMacchia,James 6 yd pass from Looney, Chuckie (Myers, Jason kick) DAV 18 - MAR 7 Funsten, Lanny 8 yd pass from Carkhuff, Jonathan (Behrendt kick) DAV 25 - MAR 7 LaMacchia,James 59 yd pass from Looney, Chuckie (Myers kick) DAV 25 - MAR 14 Behrendt, Ben 19 yd field goal DAV 28 - MAR 14 LaMacchia,James 6 yd pass from Looney, Chuckie (Myers kick) DAV 28 - MAR 21

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

DAV 19 40-186 187 27-21-1 67-373 1-40 1-2 1-9 3-38 1-40.0 1-1 4-25 35:51 8 of 13 0 of 1 5-6 1-8

MAR 14 15-3 330 39-23-3 54-333 0-0 1-12 5-101 1-0 2-42.0 2-2 5-22 24:09 3 of 13 3 of 4 2-3 0-0

PASSING: Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 21-27-1-187. Marist-Reilly, Tommy 12-21-1-123; Looney, Chuckie 11-17-2-207; TEAM 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Davidson-Hanabury, Mark 9-92; Funsten, Lanny 5-45; Williams, Reese 315; Blanchard, Michael 2-22; Adams, Jonathan 1-8; Yost, Josh 1-5. Marist-Rios, Michael 7118; LaMacchia,James 5-103; Fitzpatrick, K 4-39; DeSimone, Joe 3-28; Lucas, Atiq 2-24; Whipple, Greg 2-18. INTERCEPTIONS: Davidson-Casey, Dan 1-19; Behm, John 1-19; Kidwell, Peter 1-0. Marist-Cronan, Ryan 1-0. FUMBLES: Davidson-Mantuo, Kenny 1-1. Marist-Dinnebeil, Ryan 1-1; Rios, Michael 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Davidson-Martin, Ellis 1-0. Marist-None.

3 7 8

4 15 0

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Score 29 15

Smith, Godfrey 16 yd pass from Mills, Mason (Shurson, Stanley kick) USD 7 - DAV 0 Funsten, Lanny 41 yd pass from Carkhuff, Jonathan (Behrendt, Ben kick) USD 7 - DAV 7 Smith, Godfrey 55 yd pass from Mills, Mason (Shurson, Stanley kick) USD 14 - DAV 7 Blanchard 33 yd pass from Carkhuff (Behm pass from Blanchard) USD 14 - DAV 15 Morelli, Phil 4 yd run (Fontenberry, Justin pass from Mills, Mason) USD 22 - DAV 15 Smith, Godfrey 27 yd pass from Mills, Mason (Shurson, Stanley kick) USD 29 - DAV 15

USD 21 43-174 240 27-17-0 70-414 0-0 0-0 3-79 1-0 5-29.6 0-0 7-70 33:53 4 of 13 0 of 0 2-5 8-58

DAV 11 28--10 257 28-16-1 56-247 0-0 1-5 5-90 0-0 7-32.1 2-1 6-55 26:07 4 of 15 1 of 2 0-0 3-23

RUSHING: San Diego-Morelli, Phil 22-106; Mills, Mason 10-50; Fontenberry, Justin 9-20; TM 2-minus 2. Davidson-Mantuo, Kenny 12-24; Wohler, Andrew 1-5; Hanabury, Mark 1minus 1; TEAM 1-minus 1; Williams, Justin 1-minus 3; Carkhuff, Jonathan 12-minus 34. PASSING: San Diego-Mills, Mason 17-27-0-240. Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 16-28-1-257. RECEIVING: San Diego-Smith, Godfrey 9-184; Hoekstra, Sam 3-16; McGough, John 2-15; King, Colin 1-12; Morelli, Phil 1-7; Fontenberry, Justin 16. Davidson-Funsten, Lanny 6-118; Adams, Jonathan 5-53; Williams, Justin 2-32; Blanchard, Michael 1-33; Mantuo, Kenny 1-11; Hanabury, Mark 1-10. INTERCEPTIONS: San Diego-Adeyemi, AlRilwan 1-0. Davidson-None. FUMBLES: San Diego-None. Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 2-1. SACKS (UA-A): San Diego-Kurn, Mario 3-1; Calahan, Mike 1-2; Martin, Joe 0-2; Hart, Hanner 1-0; Ross, Levor 0-1. Davidson-Moses-Hampton, M. 0-1; Moynahan, Patrick 0-1; Johnson, Brad 0-1; Hunt, Patrick 0-1; Martin, Ellis 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Davidson-Medford, Brody 7-1; Kidwell, Peter 5-0; Casey, Dan 3-1; Martin, Ellis 22; Astrop, Daniel 3-0; Behm, John 0-3; Sykes, Brandon 2-0; Campbell, Elliott 1-1; Moynahan, Patrick 1-1; Popham, Morgan 1-1; Hunt, Patrick 11; Moses-Hampton, M. 1-1; Wohler, Andrew 0-1; Crowson, Erich 0-1; Johnson, Brad 0-1; Yeargan, Brandon 0-1. Marist-Sine, Isaac 6-8; Bryant, Jaquan 6-3; Foley, Rory 2-7; Coughlin, Kees 3-5; Crann, Pat 1-6; Van Aman, John 4-2; Turner,Terrence 0-5; Toriola, Dave 3-1; Padilla, Carlos 1-3; Mainiero, Nick 1-3; Kaszei, Nick 2-1; Cronan, Ryan 1-1; Desautels, Jim 1-1; Hagemann, Mike 0-2; Borriello, A.J. 1-0; Rios, Michael 1-0; Moller, Tim 1-0; Domfe, Kwame 1-0; Stark, Kevin 0-1; Snow, Matt 0-1. Savarino, 97-Brad Johnson, 99-Andrew Wohler.

Morgan Popham

TACKLES (UA-A): San Diego-Kurn, Mario 8-3; Calahan, Mike 5-4; Kanongataa,Loka 23; Hart, Hanner 1-4; Adeyemi, Al-Rilwan 3-1; Martin, Joe 1-3; Descisciolo, Mike 3-0; Foley, Kevin 2-0; Dunaj, Zach 1-1; Smith, Kenslow 0-2; Juarez, Derron 1-0; Downing, Ryan 1-0; Wade, Jamil 1-0; Ross, Levor 0-1; Larivee, Lawrence 0-1; Geyer, Dustin 0-1; Bakhtiari, Andrew 0-1; McCrady,Anthony 0-1. Davidson-Kidwell, Peter 7-4; Moynahan, Patrick 6-2; Moses-Hampton, M. 2-5; Behm, John 1-6; Martin, Ellis 4-2; Popham, Morgan 3-3; Astrop, Daniel 2-4; Kee, Harvey 4-0; Hunt, Patrick 0-4; Sykes, Brandon 2-1; Hammett, Tyler 2-1; McAlister, Lewis 1-2; Anderson, Pete 1-1; Treu, Torry 1-1; Dulberger, Adam 1-0; Butler, Clem 0-1; Johnson, Brad 0-1. Time of Game: 2:37

Attendance: 1772

Patrick Hunt

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2 7 7

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

RUSHING: Davidson-Mantuo, Kenny 35-124; Williams, Justin 3-63; Carkhuff, Jonathan 1-0; TEAM 1-minus 1. Marist-Looney, Chuckie 4-4; Whipple, Greg 1-2; Dinnebeil, Ryan 5-1; Lucas, Atiq 3-minus 1; McCoy, Calvin 2-minus 3.

Time of Game: 2:30

2nd 03:33 USD 01:56 DAV 3rd 13:08 USD 03:56 DAV 4th 13:00 USD 04:10 USD

1 0 0

Attendance: 4411


PIONEER FOOTBALL LEAGUE GAME #11 - DAVIDSON 6, PRESBYTERIAN 42 Nov. 20, at Clinton, S.C. Score by Quarters Davidson Presbyterian 1st 09:47 PC 05:21 PC 02:09 DAV 2nd 13:13 PC 3rd 08:39 PC 05:24 PC 4th 02:20 PC

1 6 14

2 0 7

3 0 14

4 0 7

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Score 6 42

2010 STANDINGS Conference

xCOLE, Jeremy 8 yd pass from GARY, Myron (MILLER, Cam kick) RUFF, Michael 69 yd pass from GARY, Myron (MILLER, Cam kick) Mantuo, Kenny 1 yd run (Behrendt, Ben kick failed) DENDY, Trandon 3 yd run (MILLER, Cam kick) DENDY, Trandon 63 yd run (MILLER, Cam kick) RUFF, Michael 27 yd pass from SINGER, Ryan (MILLER, Cam kick) BYRD, Lance 2 yd run (MILLER, Cam kick)

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

DAV 16 27-64 138 32-18-1 59-202 0-0 2-15 7-117 0-0 4-37.5 2-2 5-43 29:58 3 of 12 0 of 4 1-3 5-27

DAV 0 - PC 7 DAV 0 - PC 14 DAV 6 - PC 14 DAV 6 - PC 21 DAV 6 - PC 28 DAV 6 - PC 35 DAV 6 - PC 42

PC 19 47-243 235 20-13-0 67-478 0-0 2-9 2-25 1-48 4-40.5 0-0 12-125 30:02 9 of 15 0 of 1 3-4 3-25

RUSHING: Davidson-Mantuo, Kenny 16-77; Williams, Justin 5-6; Blanchard, Michael 12; Hanabury, Mark 1-2; Carkhuff, Jonathan 4-minus 23. Presbyterian-DENDY, Trandon 18-162; BYRD, Lance 16-86; GARY, Myron 4-10; MORELAND, Seth 2-1; TEAM 2-minus 2; SINGER, Ryan 5-minus 14. PASSING: Davidson-Carkhuff, Jonathan 17-29-1144; Cochrane, Chris 1-3-0-minus 6. PresbyterianSINGER, Ryan 7-12-0-82; GARY, Myron 6-8-0-153. RECEIVING: Davidson-Hanabury, Mark 6-21; Adams, Jonathan 4-76; Martinez, Danny 3-20; Mantuo, Kenny 3-minus 2; Blanchard, Michael 223. Presbyterian-RUFF, Michael 2-96; MCKOY, Patrick 2-39; xCOLE, Jeremy 2-20; DENDY, Trandon 2-14; ROBBINS, Tyler 2-13; BUMGARNER, Rob 1-36; BAILEY, Anderic 1-12; WILLIAMS, Arthu 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Davidson-None. Presbyterian-TERRELL, Antari 1-48. FUMBLES: Davidson-Williams, Justin 1-1; Hanabury, Mark 1-1. Presbyterian-None. Jonathan Adams SACKS (UA-A): Davidson-Behm, John 2-1; Martin, Ellis 1-0; Moses-Hampton, M. 1-0; Astrop, Daniel 0-1. Presbyterian-Davis, Brian 2-0; SHEPHERD, Bryan 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Davidson-Behm, John 6-4; Moses-Hampton, M. 7-1; Kidwell, Peter 6-1; Astrop, Daniel 4-2; Hunt, Patrick 4-1; Martin, Ellis 4-1; Sykes, Brandon 4-0; Moynahan, Patrick 3-1; Kee, Harvey 3-0; Casey, Dan 2-0; Treu, Torry 1-0; Blanchard, Michael 1-0; Crowson, Erich 1-0; Clark, Ethan 1-0; Medford, Brody 1-0; Dulberger, Adam 1-0; Lockridge, Richard 0-1. Presbyterian-BETHEL, Justin 5-0; Davis, Brian 5-0; HARRIS, CeeJay 4-1; LAWRENCE, Damon 4-0; TERRELL, Antari 4-0; BROWN, Derek 3-1; WILSON, Brian 3-0; HAWKINS, Connor 3-0; BOATWRIGHT, Xav 2-0; ROBERTS, James 2-0; MAYES, Aaron 2-0; BURROUGHS, Ioul 2-0; WUELLNER, Natha 1-1; PALMER, Greg 11; BURTON, Matthan 1-1; SHEPHERD, Bryan 1-0; MILLER, Keyadd 1-0; WATTS, Jarrod 1-0; HUGHES, Montel 1-0; PERRY, LJ 1-0; BYRD, Cedric 1-0; PRUITT, Jimmy 0-1. Time of Game: 2:55

Attendance: 3593

w 1 Dayton 8 Jacksonville1 8 Drake 6 San Diego 5 Morehead State 4 Davidson 3 Butler 2 Campbell 2 Marist 2 Valparaiso 0

L 0 0 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 8

Pct. 1.000 1.000 .750 .625 .500 .375 .250 .250 .250 .000 1PFL

PF 286 374 226 196 188 134 138 207 211 86

overall Pa 170 155 135 129 244 232 147 210 247 377

w L 10 1 10 1 7 4 5 6 5 6 3 8 4 7 3 8 3 8 0 11

Pct. .909 .909 .636 .455 .455 .273 .364 .273 .273 .273

PF 390 464 289 237 236 163 202 261 257 100

Pa 232 225 225 241 350 335 211 294 292 514

Co-Champions

PFL Postseason awards Offensive Player of the Year Steve Valentino, Dayton

Freshman Defensive Player of the Year Mike Klein, Jacksonville

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

First Team Defense Mario Kurn, Jr. San Diego Devon Langhorst, Sr. Dayton Dain Taylor, Sr. Drake Brandon Wingeier, Sr. Dayton Joseph Fennell, Sr. Jacksonville Tyler Moorehead, Jr. Drake Jordan Ridley, So. Butler Joe Ries, Sr. Dayton Al-Rilwan Adeyemi, Jr. San Diego Jordan Dewhirst, So. Jacksonville Rory Foley, Sr. Marist James Vercammen, Sr. Dayton

All-Pioneer Football League First Team Offense WR James LaMacchia, Sr. Marist WR Josh Philpart, Jr. Jacksonville WR Godfrey Smith, Sr. San Diego TE Mike Stryffeler, Sr. Campbell QB Steve Valentino, Sr. Dayton FB Steve Platek, Sr. Drake RB Rudell Small, Sr. Jacksonville RB J.J. Laster, Jr. Jacksonville OL Christian Fetters, Jr. San Diego OL Tyler Friedrich, Sr. Dayton OL Evan Lawrence, Jr. Drake OL Leonard Payton, Sr. Jacksonville OL Dustin Robinson, Sr. Jacksonville

DL DL DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

Second Team Defense Andrew Asbell, Sr. Drake Bradley Burns, Sr. Jacksonville Randel Herring, Jr. Campbell Morgan Popham, Jr. Davidson Jerome Raymond, Jr. Morehead State Ross Teare, Jr. Butler Tony Bachman, Jr. Morehead State John Behm, Jr. Davidson Benny Morrison, Sr. Drake Will Perry, Sr. Jacksonville Tadd Dombart, Sr. Butler Jared Hart, Jr. Campbell Loka Kanongaata, Sr. San Diego Pete Kidwell, Jr. Davidson

PK P RS

First Team Special Teams Rainer Duzan, So. Morehead State Greg Wood, So. Valparaiso James LaMacchia, Sr. Marist

PK P RS

Second Team Special Teams Ben Behrendt, Sr. Davidson Michael Wilson, Fr. Butler Justin Williams, Sr. Davidson

Defensive Player of the Year Dain Taylor, San Diego Coach of the Year Rick Chamberlin, Dayton Freshman Offensive Player of the Year Jonathan Carkhuff, Davidson

WR WR WR TE QB FB RB RB OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

Second Team Offense Lanny Funsten, So. Davidson Justin Watkins, Sr. Dayton Zach Watkins, Jr. Butler Chris Kuck, Sr. Jacksonville Josh McGregor, Jr. Jacksonville Ronnie McDermott, Jr. Morehead State Kenny Mantuo, Sr. Davidson Phil Morelli, Sr. San Diego Chad Cypher, Jr. Jacksonville Steve Flynn, Sr. Drake Kevin Halverson, Jr. Jacksonville Sam Issermoyer, Jr. Campbell Ian Osking, Jr. Jacksonville Mike Staniewicz, Sr. Butler Eric Studt, Sr. Dayton

Davidson Honorable Mention Honorees: OL Zenus Wilson; LB - Daniel Astrop

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John Leverett

Alex Arinsmier

Darryl Childers

Barrett Johnson

ATHLETIC HONORS

CONFERENCE

South Div. South Div. South Div. South Div.

2003

2004

PFL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2004 John Leverett, RB

South Div.

PFL OFFENSIVE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2010 Jonathan Carkhuff, QB 2005

ALL-PFL 1st South 1st South 1st South HM South HM South HM South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South

Niel Andrews

2001 Jon Davis, OL Graham Elmore, DB Sam Fraundorf, LB Barrett Johnson, WR Scott McDonald, DL Ryan Tennis, DL 2002 Jim Carney, LB Chris Costello, P Mike Chase, TE Jon Davis, OL Daniel Hanks, PK Barrett Johnson, WR Paul Nichols, QB

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2006

Brad Smith, PK Ryan Alexander, QB Matt Easton, DB Jim Walter, DL John Wilson, OL George Zoeckler, OL 2007 Ryan Hubbard, WR George Zoeckler, OL Ryan Alexander, QB Peter Bakke, LB Kirk Benedict, FB Bud Crawford, LB Will Funderburg, DL Will Nolte, OL 2008 Will Nolte, OL Will Funderburg, DL Tyler Lemons, LB Kirk Konert, WR Mark Iafrate, OL Matt Mikrut, DB Justin Williams, RS 2009 Kirk Benedict, FB Kenny Mantuo, RB Mark Iafrate, OL Andrew Wohler, P Alex Griswold, DL Daniel Astrop, LB Tyler Lemons, LB Peter Kidwell, DB

1st 2nd 2nd 2nd HM HM 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd HM HM 1st 2nd 2nd HM HM HM HM 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd HM HM HM HM

2010 John Behm, LB Ben Behrendt, K Lanny Funsten, WR Peter Kidwell, DB Kenny Mantuo, RB Morgan Popham, DL Justin Williams, RS Daniel Astrop, LB Zenus Wilson, OL

2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd HM HM

PFL PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2001 Ryan Tennis, DE John Leverett, KR Ward Gibson, RB 2002 Mike Chase, TE Ryan Tennis, DE John Leverett, KR Adam Elmore, DB Damion White, Hold Raleigh Robinson, LB Paul Nichols, QB 2003 Chris Costello, P/K Mark Wilkerson, LB Chris Costello, P/K Darryl Childers, DL Chris Costello, P/K 2004 Damion White, QB Kevin Saunders, DB John Leverett, RB

Sept. 1 Oct. 20 Nov. 10 Sept. 14 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 19 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Sept. 7 Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Sept. 11 Sept. 25 Oct. 9

Paul Nichols

Jim Carney, LB Darryl Childers, DL Brendan Dete, LB Alex Arinsmier, LB

1st South HM South HM South HM South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South 1st South HM South HM South HM South HM South 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

Brad Smith

PFL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005

Ryan Tennis, DL Brendan Dete, LB Adam Elmore, DB John Leverett, RB Darryl Childers, DL Chris Costello, PK Barrett Johnson, WR John Leverett, RB Brendan Dete, LB Brett Dioguardi, WR Chris Leftwich, DL John Leverett, RB Blair Reynolds, OL Kevin Saunders, DB Alex Arinsmier, LB Ricky Childers, DB Brett Dioguardi, WR Will Funderburg, DL Mike Iafrate, OL Kyle Kinsell, DL Ryan Alexander, QB Ryan Hubbard, WR Zach Long, DB Brad Smith, PK Niel Andrews, LB Brett Dioguardi, WR Patrick FitzGerald, DB Mike Iafrate, OL Cyrus Maddox, P

Kenny Mantuo

PFL COACH OF THE YEAR 2006 Tripp Merritt


ATHLETIC HONORS CONFERENCE

COLLEGE FOOTBALL PERFORMANCE AWARDS NATIONAL FCS WEEKLY HONORS 2010 Kenny Mantuo, RB* Lanny Funsten, WR Lewis McAlister, DL* Ellis Martin, DL* * Honorable Mention

Sept. 18 Oct. 16 Oct. 16 Nov. 13

FCS INDEPENDENT ALL-STARS

FCS INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF WEEK 1997 Roland Williams, KR Roland Williams, KR 1999 Bo Henderson, DL Jim Carney, LB 2000 Ryan Hutto, DB Ryan Crawford, KR Ryan Crawford, ST Ryan Crawford, DB Ryan Crawford, ST Adam Elmore, FS

Nov. 18

Ryan Hutto, ST

1934 Johnny Mackorell, HB 1972 Walt Walker, WR 1999 Ryan Crawford, DB

FCS INDEPENDENT COACH OF YEAR

Sept. 13 Sept. 27 Oct. 30 Nov. 13 Sept. 9 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Oct. 7 Nov. 11

1st HM 1st

2000 Joe Susan

AFCA FCS ALL-AMERICAN 2003 Chris Costello, PK

FCS INDEPENDENT DEFENSIVE MVP 2000 Ryan Crawford

Defensive Back

2002 Mike Chase, TE

SOCON COACH OF THE YEAR 1969 Homer Smith

Mike Kelly

Quarterback Quarterback

ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 1936 Dick Johnston, G 1957 Bill Price, C 1965 Pack Hindsley, DE Dave Sprinkle, DB 1966 Jimmy Poole, QB 1967 Jimmy Poole, QB 1968 Gordon Slade, QB Mike Kelly, WR 1969 Gordon Slade, QB Mike Kelly, WR Terry Esterkamp, OG Ed Terry, PK Whit Morrow, DB 1970 Mike Mikolayunas, FB 1972 Walt Walker, WR 1973 Walt Walker, WR

1964 Steve Heckard, QB 1965 Pack Hindsley, DL Pack Hindsley, DL 1966 Jimmy Poole, QB Jimmy Poole, QB 1967 Kerry Keith, RB 1968 Gordon Slade, QB Gordon Slade, QB Mike Kelly, E 1969 Ed Terry, PK Gordon Slade, QB Ken Totherow, DT Steve Butler, LB Gordon Slade, QB Ken Totherow, DT George Hannen, E 1970 Ken Totherow, DT Mike Mikolayunas, FL 1971 Woody Montgomery, LB 1972 Woody Montgomery, LB Eddie Womack, DB David Ingold, HB 1973 David Harper, QB David Harper, QB

2nd

THE FOOTBALL GAZETTE FCS MID -MAJOR ALL-AMERICAN

SOCON PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1966 Jimmy Poole 1969 Gordon Slade

1st

THE FOOTBALL GAZETTE FCS ALL-AMERICAN

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

SOCON PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd

1996 Shreve Ariail, LB 1997 Shreve Ariail, LB 1998 Clif Henry, DB Bo Henderson, DL 1999 Ryan Crawford, DB Daniel Hanks, PK Bo Henderson, DL 2000 Corey Crawford, WR Ryan Crawford, DB Bryan Fish, RB Daniel Hanks, PK Bo Henderson, DL Jerry Saunders, OL

NATIONAL ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-AMERICAN

Ed Terry

Sept. 10 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 8 Nov. 12 Nov. 12 Sept. 2 Sept. 16 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 28 Sept. 8 Oct. 20 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Sept. 13 Sept. 27 Nov. 8 Oct. 10 Nov. 7 Sept. 18 Oct. 16

Sept. 26 Sept. 18 Nov. 25 Sept. 17 Nov. 5 Sept. 23 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Sept. 27 Oct. 11 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Nov. 8 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Sept. 26 Oct. 31 Sept. 11 Sept. 9 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 20 Oct. 27

1999 Ryan Crawford, DB Bo Henderson, DL 2000 Ryan Crawford, DB Bryan Fish, RB Bo Henderson, DL Corey Crawford, WR 2001 Graham Elmore, DB 2002 Mike Chase, TE Jon Davis, OL Daniel Hanks, PK Barrett Johnson, WR Ryan Tennis, DL 2003 Chris Costello, PK Barrett Johnson, WR 2004 Brendan Dete, LB John Leverett, RB Kevin Saunders, DB 2005 Alex Arinsmier, LB Patrick FitzGerald, DB Zach Long, DB 2006 Ryan Alexander, QB Niel Andrews, LB Brett Dioguardi, WR Patrick FitzGerald, DB Mike Iafrate, C Cyrus Maddox, P Brad Smith, PK

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

THE SPORTS NETWORK FCS MID -MAJOR ALL-AMERICAN

Homer Smith and Kerry Keith (20).

2005 Patrick FitzGerald, DB Ryan Alexander, QB Ryan Hubbard, WR Brad Smith, PK Alex Arinsmier, LB Jonathon Thrasher, P 2006 Ryan Alexander, QB Bud Crawford, LB Cyrus Maddox, P Brad Smith, PK Brad Smith, PK Jonathon Hubbard, RB 2007 Matt Easton, DB Bud Crawford, LB Cody Elder, PK/P Peter Bakke, LB Ryan Alexander, QB 2008 Daniel Hauffe, DL Ben Behrendt, K Justin Williams, RS 2009 Alex Griswold, DL Peter Kidwell, DB 2010 Kenny Mantuo, RB Lewis McAlister, DL

2002 2003 2005 2006 2007

Mike Chase, TE Darryl Childers, DL Alex Arinsmier, LB Brad Smith, PK George Zoeckler, OL

1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd

FCS MID -MAJOR COACH OF YEAR 2000 Joe Susan

Football Gazette

FCS MID -MAJOR DEFENSIVE BACK OF THE YEAR 2000 Ryan Crawford Football Gazette

AP NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1969 Gordon Slade, QB

NFL SIGNEES 1935 Johnny Mackorell, HB 1965 Steve Heckard, End 1970 Mike Kelly, TE Gordon Slade, QB1

N.Y. Giants L.A. Rams Cincinnati Bengals Baltimore Colts

Baltimore Colts 1971 Mike Mikolayunas, WR2 1976 Joe Duncan, PK Dallas Cowboys 1982 Ray Sinclair, FB Seattle Seahawks Brian Whitmire, QB Oakland Raiders 1986 Marcus Allen, LB New England Patriots 1995 Mills Ariail, DL Seattle Seahawks 1

Seventh-round draft pick (174th overall) 2

14th-round draft pick (364th overall)

Oct. 11

FCS NATIONAL PLAYER OF WEEK 2000 Ryan Crawford, ST 2007 Cody Elder, ST

Oct. 7 Oct. 20

COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME 1955 A.R. “Buck” Flowers

HB

NORTH C AROLINA SPORTS HALL OF FAME 1980 Johnny Mackorell ’35 HB 1985 Red Wilson ’50 Center

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Charlie Benson, QB Eric Ferguson, FB Rick Lyon, TE Kyle Kinsell, DL Kyle Kinsell, DL

1st 2nd 3rd 1st 1st

2005

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 1957 1992 1996 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

2009 2010

2004

Charlie Benson, QB Alden Smith, DB John Cowan, OL Eric Ferguson, FB Blake Bergeron, DE Blake Bergeron, DE Kevin Saunders, DB Brendan Dete, LB Kevin Saunders, DB Yeatts Anderson, DB Kyle Kinsell, DL Patrick FitzGerald, DB Kyle Kinsell, DL Patrick FitzGerald, DB Myles Potter, WR Peter Bakke, LB Kirk Konert, WR Myles Potter, WR Peter Kidwell, DB Aaron Saltzman, DL Daniel Astrop, LB Mark Hanabury, WR Peter Kidwell, DB Morgan Popham, DL

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

AFCA GOOD WORKS TEAM 2010 John Behm

NCAA POST-GRAD SCHOLARSHIPS 1963 1966 1971 1986 1997

Russell Walls Steve Smith Rick Lyon Lou Krempel John Cowan

ACADEMIC ALL-SOCON 1955 1956 1958 1959

FCS ADA ACADEMIC ALL-STAR TEAM 2002 Brendan Dete 2004 Brendan Dete 2006 Kyle Kinsell Patrick FitzGerald 2007 Patrick FitzGerald Myles Potter 2008 Myles Potter 2010 Morgan Popham

LB LB DL DB DB WR WR DL

ACADEMIC ALL-PFL 2001 Paul Nichols, QB Blake Bergeron, DL Jim Carney, LB Michael Halkitis, WR Daniel Hanks, PK Will McMurray, OL Ryan Tennis, DL 2002 Chris Costello, P Brendan Dete, DL Ken Franklin, OL Daniel Hanks, PK Blake Bergeron, DL Raleigh Robinson, LB 2003 Chris Costello, PK Brendan Dete, LB

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Barrett Johnson, WR Raleigh Robinson, LB Kevin Saunders, SS Brendan Dete, LB Kevin Saunders, SS Raleigh Robinson, LB Jordan Sundheim, TE Yeatts Anderson, DB Kyle Kinsell, DL Bud Crawford, LB John Green, RB Blake Mitchell, LB Patrick FitzGerald, DB Mike Iafrate, OL Kyle Kinsell, DL Ryan Alexander, QB Bud Crawford, LB Jim Walter, DL Patrick FitzGerald, DB Kirk Konert, RS Myles Potter, WR Bud Crawford, LB George Zoeckler, OL Peter Bakke, LB Kirk Konert, RS Myles Potter, WR Peter Kidwell, DB Aaron Saltzman, DL Daniel Astrop, LB Mark Iafrate, OL Daniel Astrop, LB Mark Hanabury, WR Peter Kidwell, DB Morgan Popham, DL Zenus Wilson, OL John Behm, LB Michael Blanchard, TE

1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st

Don McRee, HB* Don McRee, HB* Harold Westervelt, E Charlie Benson, QB Dave Warden, FB 1960 Mike Owen, E 1961 Mike Owen, T Duncan Morton, HB Russell Walls, G 1962 Bob Cordle, HB Mike Owen, T 1963 Bill Dole, T Britt Smith, C 1964 Steve Heckard, QB Steve Smith, HB 1965 Richard Short, G Steve Smith, FB 1974 Tom Freisher Jim Kleinfelder Bill Smith 1983 Bob Coxe Micah Downing 1984 Rick Boden Micah Downing 1985 Micah Downing Mike Poulos 1986 Mike Poulos Gary Stewart * selected by American Encyclopedia

2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Kirk Konert

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1959 1999 1970 2005 2006

Bud Crawford

ACADEMIC HONORS

STAT LEADERS FCS RECORDS

13 1999 Most Kicks Blocked, Season (6 punts, 4 FG, 3 PATs) 3 2007 Most safeties in a game* vs. Drake Oct. 20 at Richardson Stadium * FBS and FCS

NATIONAL TEAM LEADER

21.3 ypr

1969 Punt Returns

NATIONAL INDIVIDUAL LEADER

1970 Mike Mikolayunas, Rec.

8.7 rpg

NATIONAL TEAM LEADER, FCS

1998 Passing Defense

74.64 ypg

NATIONAL INDIVIDUAL LEADER, FCS

1999 Ryan Crawford, INT

PFL LEADER, TEAM

2002 Sacks 2005 Turnover Margin Sacks Field Goals 2006 Sacks Field Goals Field Goal Pct. 2007 Net Punting Sacks Allowed 2008 Least Penalty Yards 2009 Red Zone Defense

PFL LEADER, INDIVIDUAL

2001 Ryan Tennis, TFL 2002 Raleigh Robinson, FF Ryan Tennis, Sacks Ryan Tennis, TFL 2003 Darryl Childers, Sacks John Leverett, Kick Ret. Mark Wilkerson, FF 2004 Brendan Dete, Sacks Brendan Dete, TFL Chris Leftwich, FR

John Leverett, All-Purp. 195.8 ypg 10.8 tpg 2005 Alex Arinsmier, Tackles 0.30 pg Jeffrey Scott, FF 1.11 FGpg Brad Smith, FG 0.75 spg 2006 Niel Andrews, Sacks 0.30 pg Bud Crawford, FF 5.9 rpg Brett Dioguardi, Rec. 1.1 FGpg Brad Smith, FG .917 Brad Smith, FG Pct. 8.0 rpg 2007 Ryan Hubbard, Rec. Ryan Hubbard, Rec. Yds. 110.75 ryg 2008 Brandon Sykes, Fum. Rec. 0.27 rpg 0.44 fpg 2009 Alex Griswold, Fcd. Fum. Peter Kidwell, INT Ret. Yds 10.5 pg

0.73 pg

3.3 spg +0.90 pg 2.4 spg 1.1 FGpg 2.2 spg 1.1 FGpg .917 34.60 .70 32.90 .706 1.89 pg 0.50 pg 0.80 spg 1.45 pg 1.00 spg 23.5 ypr 0.40 pg 0.61 spg 1.39 pg 0.33 pg

SOCON LEADER, TEAM

1955 Passing Offense Total Defense 1956 Total Defense Passing Defense 1959 Passing Defense 1960 Total Defense Passing Defense 1964 Scoring Defense 1966 Total Offense Passing Offense Scoring Offense 1967 Total Offense Passing Offense 1968 Passing Offense Passing Defense 1969 Scoring Offense 1970 Total Offense Passing Offense 1972 Passing Offense 1973 Passing Offense 1966 1968 1970 1972 1973

150.1 ypg 189.1 ypg 209.4 ypg 42.7 ypg 71.9 ypg 222.4 ypg 57.4 ypg 16.9 ppg 335.2 ypg 198.0 ypg 23.2 ppg 355.4 ypg 231.1 ypg 237.7 ypg 119.1 ypg 33.3 ppg 358.9 ypg 225.3 ypg 214.0 ypg 195.2 ypg

SOCON LEADER, INDIVIDUAL

Jimmy Poole, Tot. Off. Gordon Slade, Tot. Off. Mark Thompson, Tot. Off. Scotty Shipp, Tot. Off. Dave Harper, Tot. Off.

213.9 ypg 236.8 ypg 214.4 ypg 189.4 ypg 154.5 ypg


TOP PERFORMANCES Sept. 18, 1982

431 Damion White at Coastal Carolina

Sept. 11, 2004

149 Terry Hines vs. Methodist

Oct. 13, 1990

405 Mark Thompson vs. Bucknell

Oct. 10, 1970

147 Eric Ferguson vs. Methodist

Oct. 18, 1997

404 Ryan Alexander at San Diego

Nov. 3, 2007

147 Kenny Mantuo at Butler

Oct. 31, 2009

Sept. 2, 2006

Oct. 30, 1976

145 Ray Sinclair at The Citadel

Nov. 15, 1980

374 David Harper at William & Mary

Oct. 20, 1973

144 Page Walley vs. Hampden-Sydney

Oct. 22, 1977

368 Paul Nichols vs. Georgetown

Nov. 18, 2000

144 Jonathon Hubbard at Lenoir-Rhyne

Sept. 16, 2006

364 Ryan Alexander vs. Dayton

Oct. 18, 2008

143 Ray Sinclair at Boston University

Oct. 11, 1980

122 Ray Sinclair vs. Hampden-Sydney 122 Chad Barnes at Valparaiso

381 Ryan Alexander vs. Valparaiso

Chad Barnes

146 Pete Legler at Guilford

Nov. 10, 2007

404 Ryan Alexander at VMI

Justin Williams

153 Mike Longmire vs. Georgetown

300-YARD PASSING GAMES

Oct. 24, 1981

358 Tommy Dugan at Emory & Henry

Sept. 27, 1997

143 Bryan Fish vs. Jacksonville

Sept. 9, 2000

347 Ryan Alexander vs. Butler

Nov. 11, 2006

141 Ray Sinclair vs. Springfield

Sept. 13, 1980

121 Bruce Bannister at Emory & Henry

Sept. 28, 1991

343 Ryan Alexander at Valparaiso

Sept. 24, 2005

140 Ray Sinclair vs. Bucknell

Oct. 4, 1980

119 Craig Pyles vs. Southwestern

Sept. 15, 1979

Oct. 21, 2006

140 Eric Ferguson vs. Guilford

Oct. 3, 1998

119 Nick Crawford at East Tennessee State Nov. 5, 1988

321 Mark Thompson vs. Lafayette

Nov. 7, 1970

139 Pete Legler at Fordham

319 Paul Nichols at Hampden-Sydney

Nov. 2, 2002

139 Richard Howell at Centre

311 Al Rhyne vs. Furman

Nov. 3, 1979

138 Bryan Fish vs. Morehead State

309 Scotty Shipp vs. Furman

Oct. 14, 1972

137 John Leverett vs. Hampden-Sydney

Oct. 27, 2001

117 Bill Johnson at Washington & Lee

306 Jonathan Carkhuff at Drake

Oct. 23, 2010

135 Johnny Ribet vs. Lafayette

Nov. 7, 1970

117 Bruce Bannister vs. Guilford

305 Gordon Slade vs. Toledo

Dec. 26, 1969

135 Bryan Fish vs. Centre

Nov. 4, 2000

116 Jeff Heinicka at Wofford

Ryan Alexander

259 John Leverett at Jacksonville 259 John Leverett vs. Jacksonville

Oct. 11, 2003 Oct. 9, 2004

235 Chris Leak vs. Sewanee

Nov. 19, 1994

225 Justin Williams at Butler

Oct. 27, 2007

222 Ray Sinclair at Southwestern 194 Eric Ferguson at Centre

Sept. 27, 1980 Nov. 6, 1999

187 Ray Sinclair vs. Guilford

Nov. 1, 1980

185 John Leverett vs. Morehead State

Oct. 16, 2004

184 Eric Ferguson vs. Sewanee 181 Leonard Walker vs. Guilford

Sept. 18, 1999 Oct. 9, 1982

181 Kenny Mantuo at Campbell

Sept. 18, 2010

179 Lorenzo Moll vs. Sewanee

Sept. 20, 1997

179 John Leverett at Austin Peay 176 Steve Smith vs. Lafayette 170 Chad Barnes vs. UNC Pembroke 163 Bruce Bannister at Maryville 162 Steve Smith vs. Furman

Oct. 27, 1990

Oct. 7, 2000

118 John Leverett vs. Dayton

116 Tommy Dugan at Jacksonville

135 Kenny Mantuo vs. Campbell

Sept. 19, 2009

116 Ryan Pagan at Washington & Lee

Oct. 14, 1972

Sept. 23, 1967

114 Ray Sinclair at Lafayette

Sept. 20, 1980 Oct. 28, 2006

Nov. 18, 1972

112 John Webel vs. William & Mary

Nov. 4, 1972

133 Eric Ferguson vs. Guilford 132 Terry Hines at Fordham

Oct. 2, 1999

112 Alvin Atkinson vs. Fordham

Sept. 9, 1978

Sept. 24, 1988

112 John Leverett at Butler

Sept. 20, 2003

131 Warrd Gibson vs. Randolph-Macon

Oct. 21, 2000

111 Jeff Haney at Catawba

Nov. 10, 1984

130 Steve Smith vs. Lehigh

Nov. 7, 1964

111 Ralph Isernia vs. Johnson C. Smith^ Sept. 30, 1989

129 Christian Hunt at Valparaiso

Sept. 15, 1979 Oct. 19, 2002

111 Bruce Bannister vs. Rhodes

Sept. 21, 1991

111 John Leverett at Dayton

Oct. 2, 2004

128 Lorenzo Moll at Washington & Lee

Oct. 7, 1995

110 Bryan Fish at Austin Peay

Nov. 11, 2000

127 John Leverett at Austin Peay

Nov. 9, 2002

110 Ward Gibson vs. Austin Peay

Nov. 10, 2001

125 Pete Legler vs. Washington & Lee

Sept. 17, 1977

109 Kerry Keith vs. East Carolina

Sept. 30, 1967

125 Mickey Dillon at Southwestern

Sept. 27, 1980

109 Ray Sinclair vs. Furman

125 Richard Howell vs. Bridgewater

Nov. 13, 1993

109 John Leverett vs. Wingate

125 Eric Ferguson at Georgetown

Oct. 16, 1999

108 Shaun Tyrance at Randolph-Macon

Oct. 25, 1997

124 Page Walley at Hampden-Sydney

Oct. 23, 1976

108 Ward Gibson at Georgetown

Oct. 13, 2001

124 John Leverett at Emory & Henry

Sept. 27, 2003

108 Jonathon Hubbard vs. Greensboro

Sept. 10, 2005

124 Kenny Mantuo at Marist

Nov. 6, 2010

107 Bob Miller vs. Hampden-Sydney

Oct. 24, 1981

123 Kerry Keith at Connecticut

Oct. 28, 1967

107 Eric Ferguson vs. Maryville

Sept. 13, 1997

123 Bryan Fish at San Diego

Oct. 14, 2000

106 Bill Bracken at The Citadel

Nov. 21, 1970

106 Page Walley at Guilford

Oct. 30, 1976

Nov. 7, 1981 August 30, 2003

106 Page Walley vs. Delaware

Nov. 5, 1977

105 Kenny Mantuo at Campbell

Nov. 1, 2008

105 Dave Ingold vs. Appalachian State 103 Bill Bracken vs. William & Mary

Sept. 17, 1994

161 Kerry Keith at Furman

Oct. 9, 1999

133 John Webel at The Citadel

Sept. 2, 2007

Nov. 13, 1999

Sept. 12, 1998

114 Jonathon Hubbard at Valparaiso

Nov. 14, 1964

162 Eric Ferguson vs. Austin Peay

Oct. 2, 1993 Oct. 21, 1972

Sept. 14, 1996

Nov. 6, 2004

Oct. 31, 1964

Oct. 4, 2003 Sept. 16, 1978

134 Lorenzo Moll at Maryville

129 Alvin Atkinson vs. Southwestern Nov. 18, 1981

Sept. 5, 1992

118 Terry Hines vs. Guilford

Sept. 29, 2007

Steve Smith

Damion White 260 Ray Sinclair vs. Catawba

119 Richard Howell vs. Guilford

Nov. 6, 1993

135 Kenny Mantuo at Jacksonville

134 Dave Ingold vs. Furman

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

Sept. 10, 1977

Ray Sinclair

329 Ryan Alexander vs. Dayton

Sept. 24, 2005

103 Alvin Atkinson vs. Randolph-Macon 103 Bryan Fish vs. Georgetown 102 Mike Cate at Bucknell 102 Mike Longmire at Catawba

Oct. 7, 1972 Nov. 14, 1970 Oct. 6, 1979 Nov. 18, 2000 Nov. 5, 1983 Nov. 10, 1984

43


TOP PERFORMANCES 102 Ralph Isernia at VMI 102 Bruce Bannister at Bridgewater

110 Jay Poag vs. Western Carolina

Sept. 7, 1985

109 Gifford Piercy at Lehigh

Oct. 14, 1978

109 Kirk Roberts at Hampden-Sydney

Oct. 29, 1994

101 Richard Howell at Sewanee

Sept. 11, 1993

109 Barrett Johnson at Morehead State

Oct. 18, 2003

101 Richard Howell vs. Rhodes

Sept. 18, 1993

109 Andrew Aldrich vs. Butler

Nov. 22, 2008

101 Eric Ferguson at Bridgewater

Nov. 16, 1996

101 Tommy Dugan at Washington & Lee Oct. 11, 1997

108 James Jones at Boston University 107 Gifford Piercy vs. Wofford

146 Mark Hanabury at Jacksonville

100 Richard Howell vs. Methodist

Oct. 16, 1993

144 Barrett Johnson at Hampden-Sydney Nov. 2, 2002

106 Mike Kelly at West Virginia

Nov. 18, 1967

100 Chris Leak at Bridgewater

Nov. 12, 1994

142 Mike Kelly at Virginia

106 George Hannen at Furman

Sept. 27, 1969

100 Tommy Dugan vs. Centre

Nov. 9, 1996 Sept. 25, 2004

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 248 Rick Lyon vs. Bucknell

Oct. 10, 1970

220 Alvin Atkinson vs. Furman

Nov. 3, 1979

219 Mike Mikolayunas vs. Lafayette

Nov. 7, 1970

192 Walt Walker vs. Furman

Oct. 14, 1972

192 Jake Rice at Coastal Carolina

Sept. 11, 2004

189 Ryan Hubbard vs. Butler

Nov. 11, 2006

189 Ryan Hubbard vs. Valparaiso

Nov. 10, 2007

187 Gifford Piercy at Hampden-Sydney

Oct. 21, 1978

178 Ryan Hubbard vs. Drake

Oct. 20, 2007

177 Jay Poag vs. Gardner-Webb 175 Lanny Funsten at Morehead State 174 Gifford Piercy vs. Lafayette 172 Ryan Hubbard vs. Austin Peay

Sept. 14, 1985 Oct. 16, 2010 Sept. 22, 1979 Oct. 8, 2005

Nov. 23, 1974

106 Gary Pomeroy at VMI

140 Alvin Atkinson vs. Guilford^

Oct. 28, 1978

106 Mike Chase vs. Jacksonville

Sept. 14, 2002

140 Brett Dioguardi at Morehead State

Oct. 14, 2006

106 Ryan Hubbard vs. Lenoir-Rhyne

Sept. 17, 2005

138 Ryan Hubbard at Dayton

Oct. 13, 2007

105 Gary Pomeroy at Lehigh

136 Andy Davis at East Carolina

Nov. 6, 1971

105 John Bodkin vs. Charleston Southern Oct. 26, 1991

141 Gary Pomeroy at The Citadel

133 George Hannen vs. East Carolina 133 Mike Kelly at Richmond 132 Bill Rikard at East Carolina 132 Mike Carney at Fordham

Brett Dioguardi

Mike Mikolayunas

Oct. 21, 2006

Sept. 28, 1968

104 Walt Walker vs. Richmond

Oct. 8, 1968 Sept. 24, 1988

130 Walt Walker at Wofford

Oct. 21, 1972

129 Mike Mikolayunas vs. Furman

Oct. 17, 1970

129 Gifford Piercy vs. Guilford^

Oct. 28, 1978

128 Mike Kelly at The Citadel

Nov. 2, 1969

128 Gary Pomeroy at William & Mary

Oct. 20, 1973

128 Barrett Johnson vs. Dayton 126 Dan Lamar vs. Charleston Southern

125 Brett Dioguardi vs. Dayton

Oct. 29, 2005

123 George Hannen at The Citadel

Oct. 25, 1969

123 Mike Mikolayunas vs. East Carolina Nov. 28, 1970 121 Barrett Johnson vs. Austin Peay

Oct. 25, 2003

119 Walt Walker at Wake Forest

Sept. 9, 1972

119 Jake Rice vs. Drake

Sept. 12, 1992 Oct. 1, 2005

118 Lanny Funsten vs. San Diego

Nov. 13, 2010 Oct. 19, 1974

162 Gifford Piercy vs. Springfield

Sept. 13, 1980

117 Gary Pomeroy at Lenoir-Rhyne

162 Dan Lamar vs. Emory & Henry

Sept. 22, 1990

117 Gifford Piercy vs. Bucknell

Sept. 30, 1978

116 Andrew Aldrich vs. Valparaiso

Nov. 10, 2007

157 Corey Crawford at Hampden-Sydney Oct. 28, 2000

115 Corey Crawford vs. Georgetown

Nov. 18, 2000

156 Corey Crawford at San Diego

Oct. 14, 2000

115 Beaux Jones at San Diego

155 James Jones vs. Boston University

Oct. 10, 1981

114 Mike Kelly at Bucknell

Sept. 21, 1968

153 Kirk Konert vs. Dayton

Oct. 18, 2008

114 George Hannen vs. Toledo*

Dec. 26, 1969

152 George Hannen vs. Presbyterian

Oct. 14, 1967

114 Roland Williams at Washington & Lee Oct. 9, 1999

152 Mike Mikolayunas at VMI

Oct. 31, 1970

113 Walt Walker at William & Mary

158 Ryan Hubbard at San Diego

Nov. 3, 2007

Nov. 3, 2007

Oct. 20, 1973

152 Barrett Johnson at Butler

Sept. 20, 2003

112 Mike Mikolayunas vs. William & Mary Nov. 28, 1970

150 Gifford Piercy vs. Southwestern

Sept. 15, 1979

112 Horace Hamm vs. Lehigh

44

Sept. 10, 1988

Oct. 11, 1969 Sept. 15, 1973 Oct. 26, 2002 Oct. 22, 1966

103 Mike Harding at Air Force

Oct. 27, 1973

Oct. 19, 2002

Oct. 10, 1970

Nov. 9, 1974

103 Bill Rikard at Richmond

Oct. 4, 2003

Sept. 27, 1969

Nov. 3, 1973

104 Mike Chase vs. Wesley

Oct. 24, 1992

125 Mike Mikolayunas vs. Bucknell

119 Dan Lamar at Sewanee

163 Brett Dioguardi vs. Dayton

104 Mike Mikolayunas vs. Richmond

Oct. 28, 1967

125 Mike Kelly at Furman

Sept. 24, 2005

Sept. 30, 1967

131 George Hannen at Connecticut

126 Barrett Johnson at Valparaiso

165 Ryan Hubbard at Valparaiso

Oct. 5, 1968

Oct. 6, 2007

Beaux Jones

100 John Leverett vs. Butler

Oct. 3, 2009

107 Myles Potter vs. Morehead State

Oct. 11, 1980 Sept. 23, 1978

Nov. 2, 2002

Lanny Funsten

101 John Leverett at Hampden-Sydney

Ryan Hubbard

Nov. 7, 2009

Sept. 27, 2003

Nov. 10, 1979

101 Ray Sinclair at Wofford

Andrew Aldrich

102 Michael Blanchard at San Diego

111 Brett Dioguardi at Emory & Henry

Nov. 4, 1989 Nov. 14, 1992

103 Eric Sapp at Washington & Lee

Oct. 11, 1997

102 Bill Rikard vs. Wofford

Nov. 12, 1966

102 Gary Pomeroy vs. Hampden-Sydney Oct. 26, 1974 102 Lanny Funsten at Drake

Oct. 23, 2010

101 Walt Walker at Richmond

Nov. 11, 1972

101 James Jones vs. Springfield

Sept. 13, 1980

101 Roland Williams vs. Randolph-Macon Oct. 24, 1998 101 Mike Tarver at Centre

Nov. 3, 2001

100 Bill Rikard at Lehigh

Nov. 5, 1966

100 Walt Walker vs. Appalachian State

Oct. 7, 1972

100 Kearns Davis at Rhodes 100 Barrett Johnson vs. San Diego

Nov. 3, 1990 Sept. 13, 2003

100 Brett Dioguardi at Lenoir-Rhyne

Sept. 16, 2006

100 Kirk Konert vs. Lenoir-Rhyne

Sept. 15, 2007

100 Ryan Hubbard at Butler

Oct. 27, 2007

100 Kirk Konert at Lenoir-Rhyne

Sept. 13, 2008

100 Kirk Konert vs. Butler

Nov. 22, 2008

* Tangerine Bowl (Orlando, Fla.) ^ in Charlotte, N.C.


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 36 36 36

Ray Sinclair vs. Catawba, Nov. 18, 1981 John Leverett vs. Jacksonville, Oct. 11, 2003 Eric Ferguson vs. Austin Peay, Nov. 13, 1999

ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

256 254 239 232 208

Bryan Fish (256-1055) Ray Sinclair (254-1339) John Leverett (239-1066) Ray Sinclair (232-1001) John Leverett (208-1084)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

664 655 599 459 454

John Leverett (664-3165) Ray Sinclair (655-3085) Eric Ferguson (599-2791) Kenny Mantuo (459-1936) Tommy Dugan (454-1329)

2000 1980 2003 1981 2004

ATTEMPTS IN A CAREER

John Leverett (left) holds school records for career rushing yards and rushing touchdowns, while Jonathan Hubbard (right) ranks seventh on the Davidson career rushing list.

YARDS IN A GAME 260 259 259

Ray Sinclair vs. Catawba, Nov. 18, 1981 John Leverett vs. Jacksonville, Oct. 9, 2004 John Leverett at Jacksonville, Oct. 11, 2003

Jim Thacker vs. George Washington, Nov. 14, 1952

MOST YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1339 1084 1066 1055 1001 975 769 761 759 753

Ray Sinclair (254-1339) John Leverett (208-1084) John Leverett (239-1066) Bryan Fish (256-1055) Ray Sinclair (232-1001) Eric Ferguson (182-975) Jonathan Hubbard (189-769) Steve Smith (145-761) Page Walley (150-759) Richard Howell (204-753)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

3165 3085 2791 1936 1676 1597 1587 1561 1547 1537 1483 1452 1433 1378 1329 1234 1223 1138 1076 1065 1064 1059 1058 1054 1031

John Leverett (664-3165) Ray Sinclair (655-3085) Eric Ferguson (599-2791) Kenny Mantuo (459-1936) Jim Thacker (297-1676) Page Walley (353-1597) Jonathan Hubbard (384-1587) Bruce Bannister (377-1561) Chad Barnes (343-1547) Alvin Atkinson (322-1537) Craig Pyles (314-1483) Richard Howell (421-1452) Lorenzo Moll (350-1433) Kerry Keith (353-1378) Tommy Dugan (454-1329) Steve Smith (281-1234) Justin Williams (289-1223) Johnny Ribet (284-1138) Don McRee (216-1076) Bryan Fish (259-1065) Bryn Robinson (301-1064) Paul Barbee (267-1059) Mac Erwin (344-1058) Ralph Isernia (257-1054) Mike Wright (270-1031)

Ray Sinclair vs. Catawba, Nov. 18, 1981 Mike Longmire vs. Georgetown (Ky.), Sept. 10, 1982 Richard Howell vs. Bridgewater, Nov. 13, 1993 Jonathon Hubbard vs. Valparaiso, Oct. 28, 2006 Justin Williams vs. Butler, Oct. 27, 2007

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON

LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE 98

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME 4 4 4 4 4

Individual Rushing

2001-04 1978-81 1996-99 2007-10 1994-98

1980 2004 2003 2000 1981 1999 2006 1964 1977 1993

MOST YARDS IN A CAREER 2001-04 1978-81 1996-99 2007-10 1951-54 1976-78 2003-06 1991-94 2005-08 1977-80 1976-79 1990-93 1995-97 1966-68 1994-98 1963-65 2007-10 1969-71 1954-56 1997-00 1987-90 1955-58 1946-49 1987-90 1988-92

1. 2. 3. 4.

18 13 12 11 11 11

Richard Howell Jonathan Hubbard John Leverett Ray Sinclair Ray Sinclair Eric Ferguson

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

34 33 29 27 26 24 17 16 16 14

John Leverett Ray Sinclair Eric Ferguson Richard Howell Kenny Mantuo Tommy Dugan Page Walley Kerry Keith Jonathan Hubbard Bruce Bannister

1993 2006 2003 1981 1980 1999

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER

10.

2001-04 1978-81 1996-99 1990-93 2007-10 1994-98 1976-78 1966-68 2003-06 1991-94

AVERAGE YARDS PER RUSH IN A GAME 13.8

Lorenzo Moll vs. Sewanee, Sept. 20, 1997 (13-179)

AVERAGE YARDS PER RUSH IN A SEASON (MIN. 100 ATT.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

5.36 5.27 5.25 5.21 5.07

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

5.64 4.98 4.77 4.77 4.72

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

133.9 120.4 105.5 100.1 96.9

Eric Ferguson Ray Sinclair Steve Smith John Leverett Eric Ferguson

(182-975) (254-1339) (145-761) (208-1084) (116-588)

1999 1980 1964 2004 1997

AVERAGE YARDS PER RUSH IN A CAREER (MIN. 200 ATT.) Jim Thacker Don McRee Alvin Atkinson John Leverett Craig Pyles

(297-1676) (216-1076) (322-1537) (664-3165) (314-1483)

1951-54 1954-56 1977-80 2001-04 1976-79

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME IN A SEASON (MIN. 7 GAMES) Ray Sinclair John Leverett Bryan Fish Ray Sinclair John Leverett

(10 games) (9 games) (10 games) (10 games) (11 games)

1980 2004 2000 1981 2003

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME 36

John Webel vs. Citadel, Nov. 18, 1972

45


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Individual Passing PASSING YARDS IN A GAME 431

Damion White vs. Coastal Carolina, Sept. 11, 2004

89

Earl Cole to Steve Heckard vs. William & Mary, Oct. 13, 1962

LONGEST PASS

MOST YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2581 2566 2564 2244 2238 2199 2189 2109 2002 1991

Ryan Alexander (215-377) Ryan Alexander (233-382) Gordon Slade (220-359) Paul Nichols (160-293) Ryan Alexander (175-295) Mark Thompson (179-350) Paul Nichols (174-308) Gordon Slade (190-322) Jonathan Carkhuff (197-329) Ryan Alexander (152-300)

2006 2008 1969 2000 2007 1970 2002 1968 2010 2005

MOST YARDS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

9376 5822 5046 4739 4057 4041 3380 3325 3163 3079 3059 3031 2420 2339 2302

Ryan Alexander (775-1354) Paul Nichols (465-837) Gordon Slade (441-732) Tommy Dugan (372-761) Richard Howell (310-665) Jimmy Poole (380-669) Dave Harper (298-603) Brian Whitmire (235-482) Peter Hughes (267-581) Al Rhyne (192-412) Steve Bradley (272-613) Scotty Shipp (247-525) Damion White (166-348) Auburn Lambeth (210-386) Kevin Holzworth (169-403)

2004-08 1999-02 1967-69 1994-98 1990-93 1965-67 1972-74 1978-81 1986-89 1976-79 1983-86 1970-72 2002-04 1947-50 1991-94

MOST ATTEMPTS IN A GAME 63

Ryan Alexander, pictured here with Director of Athletics Jim Murphy (left) and head coach Tripp Merritt (right), set school records for career passing yards and total yards. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

382 377 359 350 329 329

Ryan Alexander (233-382) Ryan Alexander (215-377) Gordon Slade (220-359) Mark Thompson (179-350) Dave Harper (175-329) Jonathan Carkhuff (197-329)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1354 837 761 732 669

Ryan Alexander (775-1354) Paul Nichols (465-837) Tommy Dugan (372-761) Gordon Slade (441-732) Jimmy Poole (380-669)

2008 2006 1969 1970 1973 2010

MOST ATTEMPTS IN A CAREER 2004-08 1999-02 1994-98 1967-69 1965-67

6 5

Ryan Alexander vs. San Diego, Nov. 3, 2007 Paul Nichols at Austin Peay, Nov. 9, 2002

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 1.

Jonathan Carkhuff at Drake, Oct. 23, 2010 (41-for-56) Dave Harper vs. William & Mary, Oct. 20, 1973

MOST COMPLETIONS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

233 220 215 197 190

Ryan Alexander (233-382) Gordon Slade (220-359) Ryan Alexander (215-377) Jonathan Carkhuff (197-329) Gordon Slade (190-322)

2008 1969 2006 2010 1968

46

775 465

Ryan Alexander (775-1354) Paul Nichols (465-837)

Paul Nichols Gordon Slade Ryan Alexander Ryan Alexander Ryan Alexander Paul Nichols

72 51 41 32 31 31 26 25 22 21

Ryan Alexander Paul Nichols Gordon Slade Jimmy Poole Tommy Dugan Brian Whitmire Richard Howell Al Rhyne Dave Harper Auburn Lambeth

2002 1969 2006 2007 2008 2000

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2004-08 1999-02 1967-69 1965-67 1994-98 1978-81 1990-93 1976-79 1972-74 1947-50

5 5 5 5 5 5

Jack Ruth vs. Washington & Lee, Sept. 22, 1952 Gordon Slade vs. Vanderbilt, Nov. 22, 1969 Scotty Shipp vs. Wofford, Oct. 21, 1972 Scotty Shipp vs. Citadel, Nov. 18, 1972 Paul Nichols vs. Jacksonville, Sept. 8, 2001 Ryan Alexander vs. Drake, Nov. 4, 2006

22

Scotty Shipp, 1972

53

Ryan Alexander, 2005-08

INTERCEPTIONS IN A SEASON

INTERCEPTIONS IN A CAREER

MOST COMPLETIONS IN A CAREER 1. 2.

25 25 21 18 18 18

INTERCEPTIONS IN A GAME

MOST COMPLETIONS IN A GAME 41 37

1967-69 1965-67 1994-98 1990-93 1972-74 1983-86 1986-89 1970-72

CONSECUTIVE PASSING ATTEMPTS WITHOUT AN INTERCEPTION Ryan Alexander, Oct. 7, 2006-Nov. 11, 2006

MOST ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Gordon Slade (441-732) Jimmy Poole (380-669-33) Tommy Dugan (372-761) Richard Howell (310-665) Dave Harper (298-603) Steve Bradley (272-613) Peter Hughes (267-581) Scotty Shipp (247-525)

150

3. 4.

Steve Bradley vs. Bucknell, Sept. 21, 1985

441 380 372 310 298 272 267 247

2004-08 1999-02


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE IN A GAME 77.8 77.8

Ryan Alexander vs. San Diego, Nov. 8, 2008 (21-27) Jonathan Carkhuff at Marist, Nov. 6, 2010 (21-27)

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON (MIN. 250 ATT.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

61.3 61.0 60.2 59.9 59.5

Gordon Slade Ryan Alexander Jimmy Poole Jonathan Carkhuff Jimmy Poole

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

60.2 57.2 56.8 55.6 49.4

Gordon Slade Ryan Alexander Jimmy Poole Paul Nichols Dave Harper

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

136.5 136.5 135.0 131.7 127.6

Paul Nichols Gordon Slade Ryan Alexander Paul Nichols Ryan Alexander

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

128.7 125.7 125.1 113.5 113.4

Gordon Slade Paul Nichols Ryan Alexander Jimmy Poole Brian Whitmire

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

279.8 258.1 233.3 224.4 218.9

(220-359) (233-382) (156-259) (197-329) (157-264)

1969 2008 1966 2010 1967

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE IN A CAREER (MIN. 400 ATT.) (441-732) (775-1354) (380-669) (465-837) (298-603)

1967-69 2004-08 1965-67 1999-02 1972-74

PASS EFFICIENCY IN A SEASON (MIN. 250 ATT.) (174-308) (220-359) (175-295) (160-293) (215-377)

2002 1969 2007 2000 2006

Ryan Hubbard (right) and Brett Dioguardi (left) rank first and second respectively in career receiving yards at Davidson. 10. 1345 Mike Chase (102-1345) 1999-02 11. 1329 Gary Pomeroy (104-1329) 1972-74 12. 1190 Kirk Konert (85-1190) 2005-08 13. 1184 Dan Lamar (75-1184) 1989-92 14. 1175 Bill Rikard (89-1175) 1964-66 15. 1149 Andrew Aldrich (99-1149) 2006-09

PASS EFFICIENCY IN A CAREER (MIN. 400 ATT.) (441-732) (465-837) (775-1354) (380-669) (235-482)

1967-69 1999-02 2004-08 1965-67 1978-81

PASSING YARDS PER GAME IN A SEASON (MIN. 7 GAMES) Ryan Alexander Ryan Alexander Ryan Alexander Paul Nichols Paul Nichols

(8 games) (10 games) (11 games) (10 games) (10 games)

2007 2006 2008 2000 2002

Individual Receiving 248

Rick Lyon vs. Bucknell; Oct. 10, 1970

89

Steve Heckard from Earl Cole vs. William & Mary; Oct. 13, 1962

LONGEST RECEPTION

YARDS IN A SEASON 1128 1031 980 965 902 886 859 823 820 784

Mike Mikolayunas (87-1128) Walt Walker (62-1031) Barrett Johnson (62-980) Mike Kelly (76-965) Mike Kelly (63-902) Ryan Hubbard (64-886) Brett Dioguardi (59-859) George Hannen (67-823) Gifford Piercy (37-820) Corey Crawford (40-784)

1970 1972 2003 1969 1968 2007 2006 1969 1978 2000

2220 2215 2157 2154 2125 1948 1940 1884 1830

Ryan Hubbard (153-2220) Brett Dioguardi (154-2215) Barrett Johnson (147-2157) Mike Kelly (162-2154) Gifford Piercy (109-2125) George Hannen (158-1948) Walt Walker (130-1940) Corey Crawford (119-1884) Mike Mikolayunas (179-1830)

RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

87 76 67 64 63 62 62 59 58 57

Mike Mikolayunas (87-1128) Mike Kelly (76-965) George Hannen (67-823) Ryan Hubbard (64-886) Mike Kelly (63-902) Walt Walker (62-1031) Barrett Johnson (62-980) Brett Dioguardi (59-859) Pete Glidewell (58-629) Mike Mikolayunas (57-408)

179 162 158 154 153 147 130 119 109 109

Mike Mikolayunas (179-1830) Mike Kelly (162-2154) George Hannen (158-1948) Brett Dioguardi (154-2215) Ryan Hubbard (153-2220) Barrett Johnson (147-2157) Walt Walker (130-1940) Corey Crawford (119-1884) Gifford Piercy (109-2125) Pete Glidewell (109-1086)

1970 1969 1969 2007 1968 1972 2003 2006 1966 1969

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

1968-70 1967-69 1967-69 2003-06 2004-07 2000-03 1971-73 1997-00 1977-80 1965-67

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS IN A GAME 3 3 3 3

George Hannen vs. Toledo, Dec. 26, 1969 Mike Chase vs. Jacksonville, Sept. 14, 2002 Barrett Johnson vs. Butler, Sept. 20, 2003 Ryan Hubbard vs. Austin Peay, Oct. 8, 2005

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON

YARDS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Mike Mikolayunas vs. Richmond, Oct. 11, 1969

RECEPTIONS IN A CAREER

RECEIVING YARDS IN A GAME

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

RECEPTIONS IN A GAME 17

2004-07 2003-06 2000-03 1967-69 1977-80 1967-69 1971-73 1997-00 1968-70

1. 2. 4. 5.

12 11 11 9 8 8 8 8 8

Mike Chase George Hannen Mike Kelly Barrett Johnson Corey Crawford Mike Mikolayunas Barrett Johnson Walt Walker Gifford Piercy

2002 1969 1968 2003 2000 1970 2002 1972 1978

47


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 2. 3. 4.

26 23 21 21

Paul Nichols Richard Howell Ryan Alexander Paul Nichols

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

75 60 55 53 52 40 38 38 33 33

Ryan Alexander Paul Nichols Tommy Dugan Richard Howell Gordon Slade John Leverett Brian Whitmire Jimmy Poole Ray Sinclair Eric Ferguson

2002 1993 2006 2000

TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR IN A CAREER

9. Tommy Dugan (right) Gordon Slade (left) and rank second and fifth on Davidson’s all-time total offense chart.

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS IN A CAREER 1. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9.

19 19 18 17 17 16 14 14 13 13 13

Barrett Johnson Gifford Piercy Mike Chase Mike Kelly Ryan Hubbard George Hannen Mike Mikolayunas Corey Crawford Brett Dioguardi Alvin Atkinson Pete Glidewell

2000-03 1977-80 1999-02 1967-69 2004-07 1967-69 1968-70 1997-00 2003-06 1977-80 1965-67

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME IN A SEASON (MIN. 7 GAMES) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

293.2 276.6 230.6 225.4 220.4

22.16 21.14 20.40 20.27 19.96

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

19.50 17.85 17.15 16.18 16.16

Gifford Piercy James Jones Ryan Hubbard Tony Lambert Steve Heckard

(37-820) (21-444) (30-612) (22-446) (26-519)

1978 1980 2005 1989 1962

AVERAGE YARDS PER CATCH IN A CAREER (MIN. 40 REC.) Gifford Piercy Roland Williams Jake Rice Rick Lyon Steve Heckard

(109-2125) (61-1089) (46-789) (49-793) (43-695)

1977-80 1996-99 2002-05 1968-70 1962-64

Individual Total Offense TOTAL OFFENSE IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2766 2554 2537 2346 2254

Ryan Alexander (431-2766) Gordon Slade (434-2554) Ryan Alexander (434-2537) Ryan Alexander (329-2346) Paul Nichols (358-2254)

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

9680 6068 5995 5509 4983 4463 3304 3165 3148 3125

Ryan Alexander (1541-9680) Tommy Dugan (1215-6068) Paul Nichols (1049-5995) Richard Howell (1086-5509) Gordon Slade (897-4983) Jimmy Poole (945-4463) Brian Whitmire (630-3304) John Leverett (664-3165) Dave Harper (885-3148) Scotty Shipp (620-3125)

1.

33

Gordon Slade

2006 1969 2008 2007 2002

Ryan Alexander Ryan Alexander Ryan Alexander Paul Nichols Richard Howell

(8 games) (10 games) (11 games) (10 games) (10 games)

2007 2006 2008 2002 1993

Individual All-Purpose ALL-PURPOSE YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1796 1762 1696 1474 1461

George Hannen John Leverett John Leverett Walt Walker Justin Williams

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

5227 5045 3367 3251 3200 3173 3132 3021 2732 2650

John Leverett Justin Williams Jim Thacker George Hannen Ray Sinclair Eric Ferguson Corey Crawford Ralph Isernia Brett Dioguardi Walt Walker

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

195.8 154.2 140.9 137.1 134.0

AVERAGE YARDS PER CATCH IN A SEASON (MIN. 20 REC.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2004-08 1999-02 1994-98 1990-93 1967-69 2001-04 1978-81 1965-67 1978-81 1996-99

1969 2004 2003 1972 2010

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS IN A CAREER 2001-04 2007-10 1951-54 1967-69 1978-81 1996-99 1997-00 1987-90 2003-06 1971-73

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME IN A SEASON (MIN. 7 GAMES) John Leverett John Leverett Ralph Isernia Ray Sinclair Walt Walker

(9 games) (11 games) (10 games) (10 games) (11 games)

2004 2003 1989 1980 1972

TOTAL OFFENSE IN A CAREER 2004-08 1994-98 1999-02 1990-93 1967-69 1965-67 1978-81 2001-04 1972-74 1970-72

TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR IN A SEASON

48

1969

Jim Thacker (left) and Eric Ferguson (right) rank third and sixth on the school’s career all-purpose yardage list.


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Individual Scoring POINTS IN A GAME 26

Richard Howell vs. Bridgewater, Nov. 13, 1993

POINTS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

110 90 88 84 78

Richard Howell (18 TD, 1 XP) Alvin Atkinson (15 TD) George Hannen (14 TD, 2 XP) John Leverett (14 TD) Jonathan Hubbard (13 TD)

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

240 211 202 198 168 166 152 150 133 128

John Leverett (40 TD) Daniel Hanks (109 PAT, 34 FG) Eric Ferguson (33 TD, 2 XP) Ray Sinclair (33 TD) Kenny Mantuo (28 TD) Richard Howell (27 TD, 2 XP) Alvin Atkinson (25 TD, 1 XP) Tommy Dugan (24 TD, 3 XP) Brad Smith (61 PAT, 24 FG) Justin Williams (21 TD, 1 PAT)

1993 1979 1969 2003 2006

POINTS IN A CAREER 2001-04 1999-02 1996-99 1978-81 2007-10 1990-93 1977-80 1994-98 2003-06 2007-10

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED IN A GAME 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Jim Thacker vs. Richmond, Nov. 8, 1952 Jim Thacker vs. West Virginia Tech, Oct. 30, 1954 Ray Sinclair vs. Catawba, Nov. 18, 1981 Alvin Atkinson vs. Furman, Nov. 3, 1979 Mike Longmire vs. Georgetown (Ky.), Sept. 10, 1982 Richard Howell vs. Bridgewater, Nov. 13, 1993 Justin Williams vs. Butler, Oct. 27, 2007

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 5.

18 15 14 14 13

Richard Howell (18 rush) Alvin Atkinson (10 rush, 5 rcv) George Hannen (11 rcv, 3 ret) John Leverett (12 rush, 2 rcv) Jonathan Hubbard (13 rush)

1993 1979 1969 2003 2006

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED IN A CAREER 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

40 33 33 28 27 25 24 23 21 21

John Leverett (34 rush, 4 rcv, 2 ret) 2001-04 Ray Sinclair (33 rush) 1978-81 Eric Ferguson (29 rush, 4 rcv) 1996-99 Kenny Mantuo (26 rush, 2 rcv) 2007-10 Richard Howell (27 rush) 1990-93 Alvin Atkinson (12 rush, 13 rcv) 1977-80 Tommy Dugan (24 rush) 1994-98 Kenny Mantuo (21 rush, 2 rcv) 2007-Pres. Jim Thacker 1951-54 Justin Williams (13 rush, 7 rcv, 1 ret) 2007-10

Individual Kicking

Ben Behrendt (left) ranks third on the school’s all-time field goal chart, and Chris Costello (right) is tied for third for single-season field goals.

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 52 yds Joe Duncan vs. Guilford, Oct. 4, 1975 52 yds Chris Costello vs. Morehead State, Oct. 18, 2003

FIELD GOALS MADE IN A SEASON 1. 3. 5.

Ed Terry vs. UConn, Oct. 12, 1968 Woody Montgomery vs. Furman, Oct. 14, 1972 James Brown vs. Millsaps, Sept. 9, 1989 Daniel Hanks vs. Austin Peay, Nov. 13, 1999 Daniel Hanks vs. Emory & Henry, Sept. 28, 2002 Chris Costello vs. VMI, Sept. 6, 2003 Brad Smith vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, Sept. 17, 2005 Brad Smith vs. Wingate, Sept. 9, 2006 Cody Elder vs. Wingate, Sept. 8, 2007

Brad Smith (11-12) Daniel Hanks (11-17) Brad Smith (10-14) Chris Costello (10-15) Daniel Hanks (9-11) Woody Montgomery (9-11) Brian Jacob (9-13) Daniel Hanks (9-14)

34 24 20 15 14

Daniel Hanks (34-52) Brad Smith (24-33) Ben Behrendt (20-31) Brian Jacob (15-22) Drew Fassett (14-38)

2006 2000 2005 2003 1999 1972 1987 2002

FIELD GOALS MADE IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1999-02 2003-06 2007-10 1987-88 1990-93

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS IN A GAME 5

Daniel Hanks v. Newberry, Sept. 21, 2002

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3.

17 15 14 14

Daniel Hanks (11-17) Chris Costello (10-15) Brad Smith (10-14) Daniel Hanks (9-14)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

52 38 33 31 22

Daniel Hanks (34-52) Drew Fassett (14-38) Brad Smith (24-33) Ben Behrendt (20-31) Brian Jacob (15-22)

2000 2003 2005 2002

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS IN A CAREER

FIELD GOALS MADE IN A GAME 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

11 11 10 10 9 9 9 9

1999-02 1990-93 2003-06 2007-10 1987-88

PAT CONVERSIONS IN A GAME 11

Ed Terry v. Furman, Sept. 27, 1969

38

Brian Langley, 1997-98

CONSECUTIVE PAT CONVERSIONS

49


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PAT CONVERSIONS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

44 37 36 32 31

Ed Terry (44-46) Daniel Hanks (37-39) Cody Elder (36-37) Wayne Paymer (32-37) Drew Fassett (31-35)

1969 2002 2007 1979 1993

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

109 71 69 68 61

Daniel Hanks (109-116) Drew Fassett (71-89) Wayne Paymer (69-76) Ed Terry (68-71) Brad Smith (61-66)

PAT CONVERSIONS IN A CAREER 1999-02 1990-93 1978-81 1967-69 2003-06

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED IN A GAME 11

Justin Williams (left) is the all-time leader in kick return yards in Pioneer Football League history. Andrew Wohler’s (right) 38.73 yards a punt average ranks third in Davidson history.

Ed Terry vs. Furman, Sept. 27, 1969

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 5.

46 39 37 37 35

Ed Terry (44-46) Daniel Hanks (37-39) Cody Elder (36-37) Wayne Paymer (32-37) Drew Fassett (31-35)

1969 2002 2007 1979 1993

3. 4. 5.

38.73 37.95 37.43

Andrew Wohler Jeremiah Parvin Chris Costello

(126-4880) (108-4099) (178-6663)

2007-10 1997-98 2000-03

Individual Returns PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A GAME

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

116 89 76 71 66

Daniel Hanks (109-116) Drew Fassett (71-89) Wayne Paymer (69-76) Ed Terry (68-71) Brad Smith (61-66)

1999-02 1990-93 1978-81 1967-69 2003-06

Individual Punting PUNTING YARDS IN A GAME 460

Gary Pomeroy vs. Richmond, Sept. 15, 1973

72

Cyrus Maddox vs. San Diego, Sept. 30, 2006

123

Ben Coxton vs. Presbyterian, Oct. 17, 1953

94

George Hannen v. Wofford, Nov. 15, 1969

LONGEST PUNT RETURN

PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

477 306 228 227 210

George Hannen (22-477) Kevin Strange (35-306) Pete Legler (15-228) Justin Williams (26-227) Ben Coxton (12-210)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

505 472 428 401 350

George Hannen (28-505) Justin Williams (56-472) Alden Smith (60-428) Pete Legler (32-401) Ralph Isernia (49-350)

LONGEST PUNT

PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A CAREER

PUNTING YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3005 2755 2667 2634 2558

Joe Duncan (82-3005) Gary Pomeroy (76-2755) Tom Caldwell (67-2667) Chris Costello (69-2634) Charlie Winborne (71-2558)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

7310 6749 6663 6514 6455

Wayne Paymer (181-7310) Jay Poag (184-6749) Chris Costello (178-6663) Charlie Winborne (178-6514) Drew Fassett (173-6455)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

42.85 40.91 40.47 40.39 40.33

Jim Thacker Wayne Paymer Andrew Wohler Wayne Paymer Wayne Paymer

1975 1973 1965 2003 1986

Alden Smith vs. Charleston Southern, Oct. 26, 1991

PUNT RETURNS IN A SEASON 1978-81 1982-85 2000-03 1984-87 1990-93

1. 2. 4. 5.

35 28 28 26 25

Kevin Strange (35-306) Jason Branch (28-147) Alden Smith (28-187) Justin Williams (26-227) Jason Branch (25-117)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

71 60 56 53 49

Mickey Dillon (71-319) Alden Smith (60-428) Justin Williams (56-472) Jason Branch (53-264) Ralph Isernia (49-350)

PUNTING AVERAGE IN A SEASON (MIN. 20 ATT.)

50

40.39 39.25

Wayne Paymer Tom Caldwell

(181-7310) (102-4004)

2000 1994 1991 2009 1993

PUNT RETURNS IN A CAREER 1953 1979 2009 1980 1981

PUNTING AVERAGE IN A CAREER (MIN. 100 ATT.) 1. 2.

1967-69 2007-10 1990-93 1976-77 1987-90

PUNT RETURNS IN A GAME 8

PUNTING YARDS IN A CAREER

(20-857) (46-1882) (62-2509) (41-1656) (40-1613)

1969 2000 1977 2009 1963

1978-81 1965-66

1978-81 1990-93 2007-10 1991-94 1987-90

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 3

George Hannen, 1969


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER 1. 2.

3 2 2 2

George Hannen Ryan Crawford Jerry Sheffield Don McRee

1967-69 1997-00 1958-61 1954-56

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT RETURN IN A SEASON (MIN. 5 ATT.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

23.20 22.00 21.68 20.33 19.25

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

18.04 13.71 13.55 12.74 12.53

Bert Anderton Johnny Gray George Hannen Bryan Overcash Dave Ingold

(5-116) (6-132) (22-477) (6-122) (8-154)

1946 1952 1969 1986 1972

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT RETURN IN A CAREER (MIN. 15 ATT.) George Hannen Don McRee Bryan Overcash Jim Thacker Pete Legler

(28-505) (24-329) (20-271) (19-242) (32-401)

1967-69 1954-56 1985-88 1951-54 1976-77

Ryan Crawford (left) averaged 22.9 yards a kick return for his career, good for third in the school’s record book, and Dave Ingold (right) averaged 19.25 yards a punt return in 1972.

KICK RETURN TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER 2

John Leverett, 2001-04

KICK RETURN YARDS IN A GAME 187

Justin Williams vs. Drake, Oct. 20, 2007 (7 returns)

100 100

Roy White vs. Harvard, Nov. 1, 1952 John Leverett vs. Randolph-Macon, Oct. 20, 2001

AVERAGE YARDS PER KICK RETURN IN A SEASON (MIN. 8 ATT.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

37.11 30.62 29.43 29.00 28.25

2010 2008 1982 2009 2006

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

26.90 24.79 22.90 22.34 22.04

2007-10 2001-04 1984-87 1990-93 2005-08

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

965 952 937 887 801

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3315 1724 1562 1484 1234

1. 2. 3.

58 57 53 53 52

LONGEST KICK RETURN

KICK RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

902 770 695 660 616

Justin Williams (45-902) Justin Williams (35-770) James Stanley (35-695) Justin Williams (32-660) Kirk Konert (27-616)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2843 1562 1350 1296 1077

Justin Williams (133-2843) John Leverett (63-1562) Aaron Edwards (68-1350) Alden Smith (58-1296) Kirk Konert (49-1077)

KICK RETURNS IN A SEASON

4.

Justin Williams (45-902) Justin Williams (35-770) James Stanley (35-695) Mike Cate (32-600) Justin Williams (32-660)

133 68 63 58 50

Justin Williams (133-2843) Aaron Edwards (68-1350) John Leverett (63-1562) Alden Smith (58-1296) Ralph Isernia (50-877)

2010 2008 1982 1983 2009

KICK RETURNS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2007-10 1984-87 2001-04 1990-93 1987-90

KICK RETURN TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON Seven players with 1 (Last: Justin Williams, 2008)

Ben Coxton John Leverett Ryan Crawford Alden Smith Brett Dioguardi

(20-538) (63-1562) (39-893) (58-1296) (24-529)

1961-63 2001-04 1997-00 1990-93 2003-06

Justin Williams (63 PR, 902 KR) Justin Williams (182 PR, 770 KR) George Hannen (477 PR, 460 KR) Justin Williams (227 PR, 660 KR0 James Stanley (106 PR, 695 KR)

2010 2008 1969 2009 1982

PUNT AND KICK RETURN YARDS COMBINED IN A CAREER

Aaron Edwards v. Furman, Oct. 31, 1987 John Leverett v. San Diego, Oct. 23, 2004

45 35 35 32 32

1956 2002 1974 1952 2003

PUNT AND KICK RETURN YARDS COMBINED IN A SEASON

KICK RETURNS IN A GAME

1. 2.

(9-334) (8-245) (14-412) (10-290) (8-226)

AVERAGE YARDS PER KICK RETURN IN A CAREER (MIN. 20 ATTEMPTS)

KICK RETURN YARDS IN A CAREER

8 8

Don McRee John Leverett Mike Mabry Roy White Yeatts Anderson

Justin Williams (472 PR, 2843 KR) Alden Smith (428 PR, 1296 KR) John Leverett (0 PR, 1562 KR) Aaron Edwards (134 PR, 1350 KR) Dave Ingold (267 PR, 967 KR)

2007-10 1990-93 2001-04 1984-87 1971-73

PUNT AND KICK RETURN ATTEMPTS COMBINED IN A SEASON

5.

Justin Williams (26 PR, 32 KR) Justin Williams (12 PR, 45 KR) Justin Williams (18 PR, 35 KR) James Stanley (18 PR, 35 KR) Alden Smith (24 PR, 28 KR)

2009 2010 2008 1982 1992

PUNT AND KICK RETURN ATTEMPTS COMBINED IN A CAREER 1. 1. 2. 4.

189 118 117 99 99

Justin Williams (56 PR, 133 KR) Alden Smith (60 PR, 58 KR) Mickey Dillon (71 PR, 46 KR) Aaron Edwards (31 PR, 68 KR) Ralph Isernia (49 PR, 50 KR)

2007-10 1990-93 1978-81 1984-87 1987-90

51


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS TACKLES IN A GAME (SINCE 1997) 20 20

Alex Arinsmier (6 solo, 14 asst) vs. Dayton, Oct. 2, 2004 Peter Bakke (14 solo, 6 asst) vs. Butler, Oct. 27, 2007

TACKLES IN A SEASON (DAVIDSON OFFICIALLY BEGAN TRACKING IN 1983) 1. 2. 3.

117 108 104 104 102

John Dalton (71-46) Alex Arinsmier (45-63) Chuck Goff (45-59) Shreve Ariail (54-50) Will Robinson (64-38)

19. 20.

338 312 278 277 274 270 262 259 258 256 242 240 239 236 227 225 220 220 219 217

Bo Henderson (197-141) John Dalton (179-133) Alex Arinsmier (107-171) Shreve Ariail (154-123) Jim Carney (131-143) Sam Fraundorf (129-141) Billy Evans (138-124) Mills Ariail (162-97) Adam Elmore (129-129) James Cassidy (163-93) Brendan Dete (109-133) Will Robinson (142-98) Marcus Allen (108-131) Tyler Lemons (113-123) Kenny Nazemetz (126-101) Chris Leak (147-78) Martin McCann (110-110) Kevin Saunders (105-115) Gary Stewart (108-111) Mike Rogers (137-80)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

73 71 64 60 58

James Cassidy John Dalton Will Robinson Mike Rogers Bo Henderson

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

197 179 163 162 154 147 142 142 138 137 137

Bo Henderson John Dalton James Cassidy Mills Ariail Shreve Ariail Chris Leak Donnie Johnson Will Robinson Billy Evans Mike Rogers Matt Easton

5.

1993 2005 1985 1997 1995

TACKLES IN A CAREER

Whit Morrow (left) is Davidson’s all-time leader in interceptions, and Jake Wade (right) is tied for the single-game and single-season records with four and nine, respectively.

Individual Defense INTERCEPTIONS IN A GAME 4 4

Jake Wade vs. N.C. State, Oct. 8, 1949 Charlie Benson vs. VMI, Oct. 12, 1957

INTERCEPTIONS IN A SEASON 1.

4. 5.

9 9 9 8 7 7 7

Charlie Benson (9-91) Bobby Renn (9-87) Jake Wade Ryan Crawford (8-63) Clif Henry (7-145) Alden Smith (7-85) Renn Gruber (7-34)

1957 1952 1949 1999 1998 1992 1966

INTERCEPTIONS IN A CAREER 1. 3.

8.

17 17 13 13 13 13 13 11

Whit Morrow (17-185) Ryan Crawford (17-62) Clif Henry (13-277) Charlie Benson (13-171) Donnie Johnson (13-135) Alden Smith (13-108) Renn Gruber (13-48) Patrick FitzGerald (11-39)

1967-69 1997-00 1995-98 1956-59 1996-99 1990-93 1964-66 2004-07

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 94 94

Jake Wade vs. N.C. State, Oct. 10, 1949 Grant McRorie vs. Richmond, Oct. 29, 1960

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

145 130 121 106 105

Clif Henry (7-145) Grant McRorie (2-130) Jim Carney (4-121) Kevin Strange (5-106) Peter Kidwell (3-105)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

277 185 171 137 135

Clif Henry (13-277) Whit Morrow (17-185) Charlie Benson (13-171) Jim Carney (5-137) Donnie Johnson (13-135)

1998 1960 1999 1999 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

UNASSISTED TACKLES IN A SEASON

9. 10.

2 2

52

Bo Henderson at San Diego, Oct. 14, 2000

QB SACKS IN A SEASON (DAVIDSON BEGAN OFFICIALLY TRACKING IN 1985) 1. 3. 4. 5.

11.0 11.0 9.0 8.5 8.0 8.0

Darryl Childers (11-0/67) James Cassidy (11-0/58) Bo Henderson (9-0/58) Bo Henderson (8-1/63) Ryan Tennis (5-6/50) Curtis Burns (8-0/50)

28.5 23.0 22.5 21.0 18.5 16.5

Bo Henderson (27-3/225) Darryl Childers (21-4/144) James Cassidy (22-1/132) Ben Spivey (21-0/120) Ryan Tennis (14-9/135) Bo Bartholomew (16-1/78)

Mo Idlibi, 2001

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS IN A CAREER Mo Idlibi, 2000-01 Chad Wright, 1996-99

1997-00 1990-93 1992-95 1991-94 1995-97 1991-94 1996-99 1992-95 1990-93 1986-89 2005-08

QUARTERBACK SACKS IN A GAME (SINCE 1997) 4.0

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 2

1995 1993 1995 1987 1998

UNASSISTED TACKLES IN A CAREER

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS IN A CAREER 1995-98 1967-69 1956-59 1999-02 1996-99

1997-00 1990-93 2002-05 1995-97 1999-02 1998-01 1990-93 1991-94 1999-02 1992-95 2001-04 1992-95 1983-86 2006-09 1986-89 1991-94 1988-92 2001-04 1983-86 1986-89

2003 1995 1997 2000 2002 1993

QB SACKS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1997-00 2000-03 1992-95 1995-98 1999-02 1992-95


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 8. 9. 10.

16.5 16.0 14.5 12.5

Mike Rogers (16-1/0) Andre Carelock (13-6/133) Brendan Dete (13-3/109) Niel Andrews (11-3/79)

1986-89 1997-00 2001-04 2002-06

TACKLES FOR LOSS IN A GAME (SINCE 1997) 5.0

Ryan Hutto v. Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 2000

TACKLES FOR LOSS IN A SEASON 1. 3. 4.

21.0 21.0 19.0 17.0 17.0

Bo Henderson (21-0/98) Andre Carelock (21-0/85) Bo Henderson (19-0/75) Ryan Tennis (17-0/73) Bo Henderson (17-0/82)

67.0 38.5 37.5 37.0 34.0 31.5 31.0 29.5 28.5 27.0 26.5 26.0 23.0 19.5 19.5

Bo Henderson (67-0/280) Ryan Tennis (34-9/176) Brendan Dete (29-17/157) Darryl Childers (36-2/168) Andre Carelock (34-0/168) Will Funderburg (25-13/131) Sam Fraundorf (31-0/132) James Cassidy (29-1/120) Mills Ariail (28-1/99) Jim Carney (25-4/75) Bud Crawford (21-11/132) Marcus Allen (26-0/34) Ben Spivey (23-0/114) Niel Andrews (16-7/93) Alex Griswold (14-11/96

2000 1999 1999 2001 1998

TACKLES FOR LOSS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

1997-00 1999-02 2001-04 2000-03 1997-00 2005-08 1998-01 1992-95 1991-94 1999-02 2004-07 1983-86 1995-98 2002-06 2006-09

FUMBLE RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON (DAVIDSON BEGAN OFFICIALLY TRACKING IN 1992) 1. 2. 3. 4.

82 70 57 43 43

Brendan Dete (1-82) Clif Henry (1-70) Shreve Ariail (1-57) Ben Spivey (1-43) Marcus Williams (2-43)

1. 2.

82 70 70 43 43

Brendan Dete (1-82) Shreve Ariail (2-70) Clif Henry (1-70) Ben Spivey (1-43) Marcus Williams (2-43)

2002 1997 1995 1996 1997

Bo Henderson (left) owns the Davidson record for career tackles, sacks and tackles for loss, while Jim Carney (right) ranks 10th in tackles for loss. 5 5 5 5 5 5

Will Funderburg Clif Henry Ryan Tennis Bud Crawford Mark Wilkerson Marcus Williams

FUMBLES RECOVERED IN A SEASON 4

Bo Henderson, 1997

FUMBLES RECOVERED IN A CAREER 1. 2.

7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5

Bo Henderson Alex Arinsmier Steve Neff Kevin Saunders Marcus Allen John Behm Ben Spivey Sam Fraundorf

1. 2. 3.

12 11 10 10 10

Ryan Crawford Donnie Johnson Frankie Jones Ryan Crawford Kevin Graham

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

31 28 24 23 21 18 17 15 14 13 13 13 13 13

Ryan Crawford Donnie Johnson Clif Henry Kevin Graham Jason Branch Patrick FitzGerald Chris Hess Matt Mikrut Alden Smith Adam Elmore Andre Ferree Zach Long Yeatts Anderson Frankie Jones

1. 2.

6 5

Ryan Crawford Ryan Crawford

1. 2.

11 3 3

Ryan Crawford Corey Crawford Ryan Hutto

6.

FUMBLE RETURN YARDS IN A CAREER

4.

Brendan Dete vs. Newberry, Sept. 21, 2002

2 2

Marcus Williams (2-43), 1997 Sam Fraundorf (2-26), 2001

2 2 2 2

Shreve Ariail (2-70), 1995-97 Marcus Williams (2-43), 1994-97 Sam Fraundorf (2-26), 1998-01 Raleigh Robinson (2-21), 2001-04

FUMBLE RETURNS IN A CAREER

FUMBLES FORCED IN A SEASON (DAVIDSON BEGAN OFFICIALLY TRACKING IN 1991) 5 4 4 4

Raleigh Robinson Alex Griswold Mark Wilkerson James Cassidy

6 6 6 6 5

Darryl Childers Chris Leak Bo Henderson Raleigh Robinson Alex Griswold

2000 1999 2004 1999 1995

PASS BREAKUPS IN A CAREER

FUMBLE RETURNS IN A SEASON

1. 2.

1997-00 2002-05 1985-87 2001-04 1983-86 2008-Pres. 1995-98 1998-01

PASS BREAKUPS IN A SEASON 2001-04 1995-97 1995-98 1995-98 1994-97

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN 82

2005-08 1995-98 1999-02 2004-07 2002-03 1994-97

2002 2009 2003 1995

1997-00 1996-99 1995-98 1993-96 1991-94 2004-07 1994-97 2005-08 1990-93 1999-02 1991-94 2004-07 2002-05 2001-04

BLOCKED KICKS IN A SEASON 2000 1999

FUMBLES FORCED IN A CAREER 1.

5.

2000-03 1991-94 1997-00 2001-04 2006-09

BLOCKED KICKS IN A CAREER 1997-00 1997-00 1997-00

53


TEAM RECORDS Team Passing MOST PASSING YARDS IN A GAME 1. 2. 3. 4.

431 419 405 404 404

at Coastal Carolina Valparaiso vs. Bucknell at San Diego at VMI

Sept. 11, 2004 Nov. 10, 2007 Oct. 10, 1970 Nov. 3, 2007 Sept. 2, 2006

MOST PASSING YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The Wildcats posted six rushing touchdowns at Campbell in 2008. It was Davidson’s first contest at Campbell and tied for the second-most rushing TDs in a game in school history.

Team Rushing MOST YARDS IN A GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

587 487 470 442 403

vs. Wofford at Southwestern vs. Hampden-Sydney vs. Washington & Lee vs. Guilford

Oct. 22, 1921 Nov. 27, 1980 Oct. 24, 1981 Sept. 17, 1977 Oct. 9, 1982

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH IN A GAME (MIN. 20 RUSHES) 8.2

Jacksonville, Oct. 9, 2004 (39-321)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2439 (558-2439) 2144 (468-2144) 2075 (535-2075) 2065 (515-2065) 2009 (498-2009)

2922 (227-393-15) 2646 (226-376-16) 2617 (216-381-10) 2605 (234-384-19) 2354 (189-389-28)

2007 1969 2006 2008 1972

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED IN A GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

65 62 60 58 57 57

at Bucknell at Drake at VMI at William & Mary at Coastal Carolina at East Tennessee State

Sept. 21, 1985 Oct. 23, 2010 Sept. 2, 2006 Oct. 20, 1973 Sept. 11, 2004 Sept. 20, 1986

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

438 (193-438-28) 393 (227-393-15) 389 (189-389-28) 386 (229-386-13) 384 (234-384-19)

1985 2007 1972 2010 2008

MOST YARDS IN A SEASON 1977 1979 1999 1978 1980

MOST PASSES COMPLETED IN A GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

44 37 35 34 32 32

MOST ATTEMPTS IN A GAME 1. 2. 4.

73 71 71 69

at Catawba vs. Hampden-Sydney vs. Guilford at Catawba

Nov. 13, 1982 Oct. 24, 1981 Oct. 9, 1982 Nov. 10, 1984

MOST ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

558 (558-2439) 535 (535-2075) 516 (516-1715) 515 (515-2065) 513 (513-1939)

1977 1999 1982 1978 1998

at Drake at William & Mary at San Diego at VMI vs. Richmond Dayton

Oct. 23, 2010 Oct. 20, 1973 Nov. 3, 2007 Sept. 2, 2006 Oct. 11, 1969 Oct. 18, 2008

MOST PASSES COMPLETED IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

234 (234-384-19) 229 (229-386-13) 227 (227-393-15) 226 (226-376-16) 216 (216-381-10)

2008 2010 2007 1969 2006

HIGHEST PERCENTAGE PASSES COMPLETED IN A GAME (MIN. 20 PASSES COMP.) 81.1

vs. UConn, Oct. 12, 1968 (30-37)

MOST PASSING YARDS GAINED PER COMPLETION IN A GAME (MIN. 15 COMPLETIONS) MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME 1. 2.

7 6 6 6

vs. Bridgewater at Southwestern vs. Methodist at Campbell

Nov. 13, 1993 Sept. 27, 1980 Oct. 13, 1990 Nov. 1, 2008

20.1

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES IN A GAME 1. 2.

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4.

29 27 23 21

1993 1979 1977 1999

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

243.9 (10 games) 217.8 (9 games) 217.1 (9 games) 214.4 (10 games) 206.5 (10 games)

AVERAGE RUSHING YARDS A GAME IN A SEASON

54

1977 1956 1946 1979 1978

at Valparaiso, Sep 24, 2005 (18-362)

6 5 5 5 5

at San Diego vs. Presbyterian at East Carolina at Austin Peay at Valparaiso

Nov. 3, 2007 Oct. 14, 1967 Nov. 8, 1969 Nov. 9, 2002 Sept. 24, 2005

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

27 25 23 21 19

2002 1969 2007 2006 2008

6

at The Citadel, Nov. 18, 1972

MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED IN A GAME


TEAM RECORDS 6

vs. Gardner-Webb, Sept. 14, 1985

1.

28 (193-438-28) 28 (189-389-28) 25 (136-323-25) 24 (138-307-24) 23 (109-230-23)

MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED IN A SEASON

3. 4. 5.

1985 1972 1971 1995 1949

PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4.

60.9 (234-384-19) 60.1 (226-376-16) 59.4 (192-323-14) 59.3 (162-273-15) 59.3 (229-386-13)

2008 1969 1967 1966 2010

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

133.1 (187-337-12) 132.6 (226-376-16) 131.9 (227-393-15) 130.8 (160-295-11) 127.3 (216-381-10)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

292.2 (10 games) 261.7 (10 games) 240.5 (11 games) 237.7 (9 games) 236.8 (11 games)

PASS EFFICIENCY IN A SEASON 2002 1969 2007 2000 2006

PASSING YARDS PER GAME IN A SEASON 2007 2006 1969 1968 2008

Team Receiving RECEIVING YARDS IN A GAME 1. 2. 3. 4.

431 419 405 404 404

at Coastal Carolina Valparaiso vs. Bucknell at San Diego at VMI

Sept. 11, 2004 Nov. 10, 2007 Oct. 10, 1970 Nov. 3, 2007 Sept. 2, 2006

RECEIVING YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2922 (227-2922) 2646 (226-2646) 2617 (216-2617) 2605 (234-2605) 2568 (86-2568)

2007 1969 2006 2008 1950

PASS RECEPTIONS IN A GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

44 37 35 34 32 32

at Drake at William & Mary at San Diego at VMI vs. Richmond Dayton

Oct. 23, 2010 Oct. 20, 1973 Nov. 3, 2007 Sept. 2, 2006 Oct. 11, 1969 Oct. 18, 2008

PASS RECEPTIONS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

234 (234-2605) 229 (229-2281) 227 (227-2922) 226 (226-2646) 216 (216-2617)

2008 2010 2007 1969 2006

Richardson Stadium has been home to the Wildcats since 1924 and hosted the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship from 1992-94.

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

27 25 23 21 19

Team Total Offense MOST YARDS GAINED IN A GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

777 614 603 594 572

vs. Erskine Sept. 21, 1946 at Emory & Henry Sept. 27, 2003 (323 rush, 291 pass) at Valparaiso Sept. 24, 2005 (241 rush, 362 pass) at Furman Sept. 27, 1969 (261 rush, 333 pass) at Southwestern Sept. 27, 1980 (487 rush, 85 pass)

MOST COMBINED YARDS GAINED IN A GAME 1123

vs. Furman, Nov. 3, 1979 (Dav 497, Fur 626)

8.3

vs. Southwestern, Sept. 15, 1979 (67-566)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

4151 (785-4151) 4143 (725-4143) 4014 (891-4014) 3913 (705-3913) 3851 (727-3851)

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY IN A GAME

MOST YARDS GAINED IN A SEASON

6 5 5 5 5

at San Diego vs. Presbyterian at East Carolina at Austin Peay at Valparaiso

Nov. 3, 2007 Oct. 14, 1967 Nov. 8, 1969 Nov. 9, 2002 Sept. 24, 2005

1969 2007 1972 1979 2008

MOST PLAYS IN A GAME 1. 2. 3.

107 at The Citadel 101 vs. Richmond 99 at The Citadel 99 at Georgetown

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

414.3 (10 games) 391.3 (10 games) 383.6 (10 games) 377.4 (11 games) 364.9 (11 games)

Nov. 21, 1970 (53 rush, 54 pass) Oct. 11, 1969 (58 rush, 43 pass) Nov. 18, 1972 (56 rush, 43 pass) Oct 16, 1999 (65 rush,34 pass)

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME IN A SEASON 2007 1979 2006 1969 1972

Team All-Purpose Yards

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME 1. 2.

2002 1969 2007 2006 2008

ALL PURPOSE YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

5704 5645 5256 5136 5089

1969 2007 1972 2008 2003

55


TEAM RECORDS 4.

11 (11-15) 11 (11-17) 10 (10-15)

5

vs. Furman, Oct. 14, 1972 and vs. Newberry, Sept. 21, 2002

1. 2. 4.

17 (11-17) 15 (11-15) 15 (10-15) 14 (9-14)

11

vs. Furman, Sept. 26, 1969

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

46 (46-48) 37 (37-39) 36 (36-38) 34 (34-39) 31 (31-35)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3005 (82-3005) 2901 (82-2901) 2821 (79-2821) 2789 (78-2789) 2785 (77-2785)

1. 3. 4. 5.

82 (82-3005) 82 (82-2901) 79 (79-2821) 78 (78-2789) 77 (77-2785)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

40.98 (46-1885) 40.04 (47-1882) 39.75 (52-2067) 39.25 (55-2159) 39.20 (41-1607)

ALL PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

564.5 (10 games) 518.5 (11 games) 482.5 (10 games) 479.4 (9 games) 477.8 (11 games)

2007 1969 1979 1950 1972

2005 2000 2003

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS IN A GAME

Team Scoring

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON

TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME 13

vs. Wofford, Oct. 22, 1921

2000 2005 2003 2002

COMBINED TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME 17

PAT CONVERSIONS IN A GAME

vs. Furman (9), Nov. 3, 1979 (Dav 8)

COMBINED TOUCHDOWNS IN A HALF PAT CONVERSIONS IN A SEASON

8 (1st) vs. Furman, Sept. 27, 1969

COMBINED TOUCHDOWNS IN A QUARTER 7 (2nd) vs. Furman, Sept. 27, 1969

TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

51 (20 rush, 25 rcv, 6 ret) 42 (11 rush, 27 rcv, 4 ret) 41 (17 rush, 23 rcv, 1 ret) 40 (27 rush, 13 rcv) 39 (19 rush, 19 rcv, 1 ret)

87

v. Wofford, Oct. 22, 1921

1969 2002 2007 1979 2008

POINTS IN A GAME

PUNTING YARDS IN A SEASON

Furman 63, Davidson 55, Nov. 3, 1979

COMBINED POINTS IN A HALF 56 (1st)vs. Furman, Sept. 27, 1969

COMBINED POINTS IN A QUARTER 49 (2nd) vs. Furman, Sept. 27, 1969

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT BEING SHUTOUT 56

Sept. 11, 1999 - Oct. 16, 2004

27

vs. East Carolina, Nov. 8, 1969 (42-27 victory)

20

vs. Georgetown, Oct. 16, 1999 (28-27 victory)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

366 (51 TD, 48 PAT, 4 FG) 320 (42 TD, 38 PAT, 9 FG) 312 (41 TD, 36 PAT, 8 FG) 295 (38 TD, 32 PAT, 11 FG) 286 (39 TD, 32 PAT, 5 FG)

6

1897 and 1898

1975 1987 1974 1985 1973

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT IN A SEASON

LARGEST DEFICIT OVERCOME

1954 1979 1981 1978 1967

Team Returns

LARGEST FOURTH-QUARTER DEFICIT OVERCOME

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A GAME 99

vs. Washington & Lee, Sept. 17, 1977 (3 returns)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

603 (29-603) 523 (0-523) 407 (40-407) 404 (39-404) 351 (0-351)

POINTS IN A SEASON

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON 1969 2002 2007 2006 2008

FEWEST POINTS IN A SEASON

1969 1954 2000 1962 1955

MOST PUNT RETURNS IN A GAME 8

vs. Charleston So., Oct. 26, 1991 and at Austin Peay, Nov. 11, 2000

MOST PUNT RETURNS IN A SEASON

Team Kicking FIELD GOALS IN A GAME 3

10 times; most recently v. Wingate, Sept. 8, 2007

1.

11 (11-12)

FIELD GOALS IN A SEASON

56

1975 1987 1974 1985 1973

PUNT ATTEMPTS IN A SEASON

COMBINED POINTS IN A GAME 118

1969 2002 2007 1979 1993

2006

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

40 (40-407) 39 (39-404) 33 (33-266) 32 (32-241) 31 (31-204)

2000 1962 1989 1991 1978


TEAM RECORDS PUNT RETURN TDS IN A SEASON 1. 2.

4 3 3

1969 2000 1999

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

20.79 (29-603) 16.81 (16-269) 14.95 (20-299) 14.67 (18-264) 12.50 (20-250)

282

San Diego, Sep 13, 2003 (9 returns)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1254 (69-1254) 1195 (55-1195) 1108 (49-1108) 1104 (63-1104) 1011 (55-1011)

11

at Lehigh, Oct. 31, 1981

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT RETURN IN A SEASON 1969 1986 1972 1963 1964

MOST KICK RETURN YARDS IN A GAME

MOST KICK RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON 1987 2007 2003 1986 1988

Preston Moore returned an interception 28 yards for a touchdown against Greensboro in 2005, one of a school record six picks on the day for the Wildcats. 2. 3. 4. 5.

128 121 115 109

at Dayton vs. Colgate vs. Emory & Henry vs. Bucknell

Sept. 16, 1989 Sept. 18, 1976 Sept. 26, 1992 Sept. 25, 1976

MOST KICK RETURNS IN A GAME MOST TACKLES IN A SEASON

MOST KICK RETURNS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4.

69 (69-1254) 63 (63-1104) 58 (58-789) 55 (55-1011) 55 (55-1195)

1987 1986 1971 1988 2007

AVERAGE YARDS PER KICK RETURN IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

22.61 (49-1108) 22.27 (30-668) 22.03 (29-639) 21.93 (29-636) 21.79 (42-915)

2003 1963 1962 2000 1974

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

924 (430-494) 899 (528-371) 873 (426-447) 846 (474-372) 823 (349-474)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

528 (528-371) 474 (474-372) 470 (470-205) 430 (430-494) 426 (426-447)

1.

9.0 9.0 8.0

2003 1992 1999 1998 2004

UNASSISTED TACKLES IN A SEASON 1992 1998 2007 2003 1999

MOST QUARTERBACK SACKS IN A GAME

Team Defense 3.

vs. Guilford, Oct. 1, 1994 Jacksonville, Sep 14, 2002 at Washington & Lee, Oct. 12, 1991

MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A GAME 6

MOST QUARTERBACK SACKS IN A SEASON

Greensboro College, Sep 10, 2005

MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 5.

28 (28-406) 22 (22-270) 20 (20-168) 20 (20-0) 19 (19-96)

1. 2.

18.0 16.0 16.0

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

98.0 (98-0/427) 91.0 (91-0/337) 87.0 (87-0/318) 83.0 (83-0/335) 79.0 (58-42/305)

406 (28-406) 270 (22-270) 230 (7-230) 209 (16-209) 199 (15-199)

1999 1998 1963 1969 1993

82

at Newberry, Sep 21, 2002 (1 return)

1. 2. 3.

147 (5-147) 88 (3-88) 61 (4-61)

2002 1994 1998 2001 2000

MOST TACKLES FOR LOSS IN A GAME

Austin Peay, Nov 13, 1999 (5 returns) at Randolph-Macon, Oct 23, 1999 (4 returns) vs. Methodist, Oct. 13, 1990 (5 returns)

MOST INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

33.0 (24-18/212) 30.0 (30-0/197) 30.0 (30-0/213) 30.0 (25-10/222) 30.0 (23-14/257)

1999 1998 1992 1952 2005

MOST INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS IN A GAME 115 106 95

1. 2.

at Georgetown, Oct. 13, 2001 at Hampden-Sydney, Oct 28, 2000 Jacksonville, Sept. 9, 2000

MOST TACKLES FOR LOSS IN A SEASON 2000 1999 2001 1998 2002

MOST FUMBLE RETURN YARDS IN A GAME

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS IN A SEASON 2

MOST FUMBLE RETURN YARDS IN A SEASON

2001, 1999 and 1969

MOST TACKLES IN A GAME 1.

135

at Washington & Lee

Oct. 9, 1993

1997 2002 1996

57


TEAM RECORDS MOST BLOCKED KICKS IN A GAME 3

Hampden-Sydney, Oct. 30, 1999

1. 2. 3. 4.

13 10 7 5

MOST BLOCKED KICKS IN A SEASON 1999 2000 1998 2007

MOST SAFETIES IN A GAME 3 vs. Drake, Oct. 20, 2007 NCAA FCS Record

Team Miscellaneous

Davidson special teams forced an NCAA FCS record three safeties against Drake in 2007. 4. 5.

54 (4-54) 40 (1-40)

1. 2.

5 (5-147) 4 (4-61) 4 (4-54)

2001 2010

FIRST DOWNS IN A GAME 34

vs. Wofford, Oct. 22, 1921

40:06

at Wofford, Oct. 24, 1987

14

vs. Guilford, Oct. 2, 1999

161

at The Citadel, Oct. 22, 1983

0

vs. Catawba, Sept. 8, 1979 and at Randolph-Macon, Oct. 21, 1995

0

vs. Catawba, Sept. 8, 1979 and at Randolph-Macon, Oct. 21, 1995

10

vs. Gardner-Webb, Sept. 14, 1985 (6 INT, 4 Fumbles)

8

at Washington & Lee, Sept. 16, 1978

5 5 5

at Washington & Lee, Sept. 16, 1978 vs. Bucknell, Sept. 25, 1976 at Morehead State, Sept. 2, 1999

10

2000

0

1943, 1953, 1986 and 1988

18

1999-2001

1.000

2000 (10-0)

10

1985, 1987 and 1988

0

2000

18

1985-87

FUMBLE RETURNS IN A SEASON 1997 1996 2001

FUMBLE RETURN TDS IN A SEASON 1.

2 2

1999 2002

TIME OF POSSESSION IN A GAME

PENALTIES IN A GAME

PENALTY YARDS IN A GAME

MOST FUMBLES FORCED IN A GAME 1.

4 4 4 4 4

at Campbell Dayton Morehead State Lenoir-Rhyne at Newberry

Nov. 1, 2008 Oct. 4, 2003 Oct. 10, 2009 Sept. 15, 2007 Sept. 21, 2002

LEAST PENALTIES IN A GAME

LEAST PENALTY YARDS IN A GAME

TURNOVERS IN A GAME

MOST FUMBLES FORCED IN A SEASON 1. 3.

18 18 16 16

2002 2008 1997 2003

FUMBLES IN A GAME

FUMBLES LOST IN A GAME

MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED IN A GAME 1.

5 5 5

1. 2.

19 18 18 17 17 17

vs. Hampden-Sydney, Nov. 1, 1997 vs. Guilford, Oct. 27, 1990 Morehead State, Oct. 10, 2009

MOST VICTORIES IN A SEASON

MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED IN A SEASON

4.

1980 1985 1997 1965 1987 1975

MOST PASS BREAKUPS IN A GAME 1. 2. 3. 4.

12 11 10 9

vs. Centre vs. Guilford at Hampden-Sydney at Centre

Nov. 5, 1994 Oct. 1, 1994 Oct. 31,1998 Nov. 6, 1999

MOST PASS BREAKUPS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 5.

58

54 43 42 42 41 41

1999 2007 2000 1997 1995 1998

FEWEST VICTORIES IN A SEASON

CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES

WINNING PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON

MOST LOSSES IN A SEASON

FEWEST LOSSES IN A SEASON

CONSECUTIVE LOSSES


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Kenny Mantuo Kenny Mantuo Chad Barnes Chad Barnes Jonathon Hubbard Jonathon Hubbard John Leverett John Leverett John Leverett Ward Gibson Bryan Fish Eric Ferguson Eric Ferguson Eric Ferguson Eric Ferguson Lorenzo Moll Chris Leak Richard Howell Richard Howell Shane Mills Terry Hines Ralph Isernia Terry Hines Bryn Robinson Aaron Edwards Aaron Edwards David Turner Mike Cate Leonard Walker Ray Sinclair Ray Sinclair Ray Sinclair Alvin Atkinson Page Walley Page Walley Steve Stec Larry Hardaway Dave Ingold John Webel Johnny Ribet Johnny Ribet John Zaharov Kerry Keith Kerry Keith Bill Taylor Steve Smith Steve Smith Pat Fisher Bob Cordle Alex Gibbs Alex Gibbs Dave Warden Paul Barbee Dave Warden Don McRee Don McRee Henry Brown Jim Thacker Jim Thacker Jim Thacker Roy White C.L. Runyan Mac Erwin Mac Erwin Carl Sheppard

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Yds TD Avg 576 626 503 372 769 497 1084 1066 550 479 1055 975 633 588 595 524 643 753 383 327 488 573 390 449 109 253 578 400 671 1001 1339 620 626 759 396 343 372 310 581 495 625 509 377 719 458 373 761 266 243 259 278 222 384 292 474 309 457 423 546 437 486 347 368 360 359

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Lanny Funsten Mark Hanabury Kirk Konert Ryan Hubbard Brett Dioguardi Brett Dioguardi Brett Dioguardi Barrett Johnson Barrett Johnson Barrett Johnson Mike Chase Corey Crawford Corey Crawford Eric Sapp Pete Perri Kirk Roberts Kirk Roberts Shane Mills Ike Bailey Dan Lamar John Bodkin Dan Lamar Ralph Isernia Mike Carney Robert Sickles Shawn Teel Jay Poag David Turner Jeff McSwain Leonard Walker Todd Hermetz Mickey Dillon Gifford Piercy Gifford Piercy Joel Golmont Larry Crees Stan Brown Gary Pomeroy Walt Walker Walt Walker Andy Davis Mike Mikolayunas Mike Kelly Mike Kelly George Hannen Pete Glidewell Ken Kendall Steve Smith Steve Heckard Steve Heckard Alex Gibbs Danny House Danny House Danny House Craig Wall Bill Gramley Bill Gramley Tom Newton Harley Smith Dick Kelly Bob Turk Dick Kelly Bob Turk Barnard Brown Buddy Cheek Mike Williams

1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948

Rec 47 32 53 64 59 36 29 62 51 34 41 29 30 37 23 34 35 24 24 41 29 29 29 29 23 26 37 29 31 24 31 29 44 37 19 15 8 51 52 62 29 87 76 63 53 58 28 20 17 26 14 11 32 25 24 11 22 10 13 17 13 13 25 34 20 20

Yds TD Avg 685 309 692 886 859 485 329 980 766 411 521 364 416 427 322 335 401 393 368 628 377 485 394 350 369 275 406 285 407 240 447 216 755 820 282 174 214 744 606 1031 368 1128 965 902 720 629 342 173 176 519 176 212 462 350 446 157 331 171 53 240 180 145 219 404 195 170

6 1 6 6 6 2 2 9 8 2 4 1 3 0 1 3 0 0 0 6 3 4 2 0 1 4 2 3 2 0 4 4 6 8 0 1 0 4 2 8 1 8 6 11 5 6 4 1 1 6 3 1 3 2 6 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 3 2 4 3

14.6 9.7 13.1 13.8 14.6 13.5 11.3 15.8 15.0 12.1 12.7 12.6 13.9 11.5 14.0 9.9 11.5 16.4 15.3 15.3 13.0 16.7 13.6 12.1 16.0 10.6 11.0 9.8 13.1 10.0 14.4 7.5 17.2 22.2 14.8 11.6 26.7 14.6 11.7 16.6 13.4 11.8 12.6 14.3 13.6 10.8 12.2 8.7 10.4 20.0 12.6 19.3 14.4 14.0 18.6 14.3 15.0 17.1 4.1 14.1 13.8 11.2 8.8 11.9 9.8 8.5

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Yeatts Anderson

1953-55 Bill Abernathy Luis Abreu 1975-77 Bill Acker 1950 1948 Rhea Adams 2009-10 Jonathan Adams 2006-09 Andrew Aldrich Ryan Alexander 2005-08 Marcus Allen 1983-86 1977-78 Wyatt Alston 1947-48 Bert Anderton 1952 Bob Amos Frank Anderson 1958-59 2009-10 Peter Anderson 2002-05 Yeatts Anderson 1973-76 Paul Andrews Ernie Andrews 1982-84 Niel Andrews 2002, ’04-06 Joe Ansley 1960-62 1989 Mikio Aoki 1995-96 Jay Ariail Mills Ariail 1991-94 Shreve Ariail 1994-97 Alex Arinsmier 2002-05 2002-05 Ryan Arnold 2007-10 Daniel Astrop Alvin Atkinson 1977-80 1978-79 Matt Auker Gray Austin 1996 2006-09 Seyi Ayoridne

BBB Tee Bahnson 1997, ’99-00 Aaron Baila 2003 Atmire Bailey 1978-80 Ike Bailey 1991-94 John Bailey 1947-48 Brent Baker 1981-82 Stan Baker 1996 Peter Bakke 2005-08 Jack Ballenger 1968-70 Bill Bankhead 1960-62 Bruce Bannister 1991-94 Thomas Bannister 1992 John Barbee 1969-71 Paul Barbee 1956-58 David Barnard 1977-78 Chad Barnes 2005-08 Jebo Barnes 1988-91 A.R. Barrington 1993-96 Jack Barry 1990-93 Bo Bartholomew 1992-95 Leonard Baugham 1968-70 Mike Bass 1978 John Bazos 1979 Burce Becker 1972 Bret Beebe 1984 John Behm 2008-10 Ben Behrendt 2008-10 Freeman Belser 1997-98, 2000 Dick Belton 1954-56 Kirk Benedict 2006-09 Leonel Benoist 1989-92

60

Charlie Benson 1957-59 Blake Bergeron 2000-02 Toms Bernhards-Callahan 2010 1997-00 Matt Berry 1956-58 Paul Biggers Barry Billington 1961-63 Craig Binkley 1981 1966-67 Lindsey Bishop 1982 Mark Blackman 1963-65 Jerry Blackstock Chad Blackwelder 1992 K.J. Blackwell 2005-08 1998 Jeff Blake 1994-95 John Blake Lyle Blalock 1963-64 Michael Blanchard 2008-10 1948 Dick Blanks 2000 Andy Blanton 1986 Jeff Blanton Jim Bloomfield 1957-59 Jeremy Bloxson 2003-06 John Bodkin 1989-92 1999-00 Brian Bokor 1995-98 Brad Boland Brett Boretti 1990 Chris Boslet 1975-78 Byers Bowen 2002-04 1986-87 Daniel Bowman William Boyd 1947 Ray Boyett 1986 Ellis Boyle 1994-97 1970-71 Bill Bracken John Braddock 1973 Steve Bradley 1984-86 Jason Branch 1991-94 Robbie Brannen 1981-82 Scott Brendle 1982-84 Sandy Brenneman 1966-68 Jon Bridges 1992 Frank Broughton 1952-55 Gray Broughton 1994-95 Ben Brown 1996 Brian Brown 1994-97 Henry Brown 1951-54 Jamie Brown 1989 Stan Brown 1974-75 Lowell Bryan 1966-67 Jim Buchanan 1968-70 Emmanuel Burch 1984-86 Curtis Burns 1990, ’93 Clem Butler 2008-10 Ryan Butler 1996 Steve Butler 1967-69 John Buxton 1951 Carl Bynum 1983 Harold Bynum 1957-60 Will Bynum 1981-83 Paul Byrne 1988-90

CCC Tom Caldwell Sean Callahan Zach Caluchia Don Campbell Elliott Campbell Barry Cannon Logan Cannon Greg Cannion Gat Caperton Geoffrey Carden Andre Carelock Jonathan Carkhuff Sandy Carnegie Sandy Carnegie Jim Carney Michael Carney Bob Carr Tim Carrigan Covey Carter Dan Casey James Cassidy

1965-66 1993-94 2009 1954-56 2008-10 1977-79 2008-10 1977 1986-89 1992 1997-00 2010 1947-49 1970-72 1999-02 1988-89 1984-85 1990-93 1966-68 2010 1992-95

2004-06 Chris Castillo Mike Cate 1983 Tex Cathey 1962 Buddy Chandler 1947-49 1987 Aengus Channon 2004-06 Mike Chapman Mike Chase 1999-02 Bill Chater 1980-81 Buddy Cheek 1947-48 2000-03 Darryl Childers 2002-05 Ricky Childers Ed Childs 1964 Willard Chung 1992 1959-61 Booker Clark Ethan Clark 2010 Bob Clarkson 1977-78 2002-03 Mark Clayton Joe Cline 2010 2001-02 Jarred Cochran Nathan Cochran 1995 Chris Cochrane 2010 Jeff Coker 1994 Earl Cole 1961-63 Don Comer 1954-56 Ken Conger 1954-56 Cormac Connor 1991-92 Thomas Cook 2003 Michael Corbett 2010 Bob Cordle 1960-62 Scott Costantini 1986-87, ’89 Chris Costello 2000-03 Russ Cotton 1960 Gary Coulter 1971 Andy Countryman 1999-01 Charlie Cousar 1952-53 Brian Cowan 1994-97 Daniel Cowan 1996-98 John Cowan 1993-96 Michael Cowles 1994-97 Greg Cox 1966 Kevin Cox 1978-79 Bob Coxe 1983 Ben Coxton 1963 Ben Craig 1951-52 Bud Crawford 2004-07 Chip Crawford 1974 Corey Crawford 1997-00 Nick Crawford 1988 Ryan Crawford 1997-00 Mike Creasman 1972 Larry Crees 1976-78 Chris Crosby 1975-78 Ty Crovetti 1991, ’94 Erich Crowson 2008-10 Eddie Crutchfield 1960-62 John Crute 1958-60 Chase Culbertson 2009-10 Mike Culbreth 1968-69 Elliot Culter 2002-05 Mike Cummings 1964-65 Aaron Curley 2007-09 Chris Currie 1993-96

DDD Bruce Dalton John Dalton

1963-64 1990-93

Drew Daniller-Varghese Steve Davidson Andy Davis Dickie Davis Donald Davis Gene Davis Harold Davis Jimmy Davis Jon Davis Kearns Davis Keith Davis Ned Davis Thenton Davis Ward Davis Dan Dearing Jon DeBord Hugh Dennis Brendan Dete Kenny Devenny Jim DeVille Tommy Dews Dennis DiCarlo Mickey Dillon Nick DiLuzio Brett Dioguardi Jelani Doeman Bill Dole Dave Donaldson Kevin Donnalley Micah Downing John Drexel Rowan Driscoll Zack Drozda Tommy Dugan Adam Dulberger Nick Dumich Joe Duncan David Dupree Elmer Dyke

2010 1962-64 1970-72 1951-54 1985 1952 1952-55 1952 2000-02 1988-90 1992-95 1960 1950 1991-93 1995-96 1998-00 1970 2001-04 2001 1972 1964-66 1989 1979-81 2007 2003-06 2010 1961-63 1977-79 1986 1983-85 2010 1996-99 2001-04 1995-98 2010 1968-70 1974-75 2000 1983

Nason Fishbach Dave Fisher Pat Fisher Patrick FitzGerald Tom Fleischer Alex Fleming Steve Flemming Virgil Fludd Larry Flynn Tyrone Fore Brian Fork John Francis Ken Franklin Sam Fraundorf Chris Frederick Bill Freeman Chris Freer Andrew Friedman Antonio Frye David Fuller Jim Fuller Dick Fulp Will Funderburg Lanny Funsten

1983 1967-69 1962-64 2004-07 1972-74 2009-10 1971-72 1976-79 1968-70 1983-85 2000 1957-58 2003-04 1998-01 1996-98 1950 1991-93 2001 1992 1984-86 1961-63 1962-64 2005-08 2009-10

GGG Billy Gabriel Joe Gaddy John Gaither Bill Gammon Bill Garrett Kirk Gavel Adam Gess Alex Gibbs Mike Gibson Ward Gibson Phil Gilbert Brandon Giles

1991 1964, ’66 1996-99 1967-69 1970-72 1981-84 1992-95 1960-62 1974-75 1999-01 1977-79 2006-08

EE E Matt Easton Carl Eborn Glen Echols Matt Eckert Chris Edmonston Aaron Edwards Erik Ehinger Cody Elder Preston Eldridge Robert Elliott Keith Ellis Marshall Ellis Jim Ellison Adam Elmore Graham Elmore Kelly Emerson Steve Epperson Mac Erwin Joey Esposito Terry Esterkamp Mike Eubanks Billy Evans Clay Evatt

2005-08 1947-49 1977-79 1993-95 1990-93 1984-87 1999-02 2004-07 2006-09 1970-71 1980-82 2009-10 1970-71 1999-02 1999-02 1996-99 1968-70 1947-48 2010 1967-69 1974-75 1990-93 1951

FFF Dave Fagg 1955-57 Mark Fahey 1977-80 Dylan Faircloth 1976-79 Leroy Fargason 1952 Drew Fassett 1990-93 Jim Fasul 1950, ’54 Mike Fennegan 1956 Nathan Fenwick 1989, ’91-92 Andre Ferree 1991, ’93-94 Eric Ferguson 1996-99 Alex Fernandez-Tatum 1997 John Fetcho 1978-79 Frank Fields 1974, ’77-78 Ian Filiss 1985-87 Bryan Fish 1997-00

Bryan Fish

AAA

Chris Castillo

LETTERMEN 1947-2010

Chris Giles 1968-70 John Giles 1965-67 Ryan Gist 1994-97 Pete Glidewell 1965-67 Chuck Goff 1983-85 Joel Golmont 1974-77 Brenton Goodman 2010 Roger Gore 1984-85 Chris Gorman 2010 Johnny Grady 1994-95 Kevin Graham 1993-96 Neil Graham 1951-52 Bill Gramley 1954-56 Dale Gramley 1957 Ted Graser 1985-86 Flint Gray 1982 Johnny Gray 1951-52 John Green 2002-05 Tom Greene 1992-93, ’95-96 Walter Greene 1965-67 Duane Gregg 2004-07 Alex Griswold 2007-09 Michael Gross 1986-87 Jerry Grubba 1981, ’83 Renn Gruber 1964-66 Matt Guerrieri 2007, 2010 Nick Guy 1975-76


1966 2003

HHH Chazzo Habliston 2010 Jason Hagan 1991-92 1995-98 Nate Hagerman 1992 Tyson Hagen Richard Hale 1996-98 Michael Halkitis 2000-02 1990 Clay Hall 2010 Jake Hall Mike Hall 1974-75 1988 Horace Hamm Britt Hammett 1987-89 Tyler Hammett 2009-10 1976-79 Greg Hammons Chris Hampton 2005-07 1967-68 Garth Hampton Mark Hanabury 2007-10 Jeff Haney 1983-84 Jim Hankinson 1971-73 Daniel Hanks 1999-02 Kevin Hanna 1977-80 George Hannen 1967-69 Craig Harasimowicz 2007 Guy Harbert 1978-79 Mike Harbert 1982-83 Larry Hardaway 1973-75 Chris Hardin 1986-87, ’89 Mike Harding 1971-73 Jim Hardison 1970-72 Randall Hardy 2000-03 Chad Harper 2010 Dave Harper 1972-74 John Harper 1968-70 John Harrington 2009 Michael Harrington 1995-97 Mike Harris 1975-76 George Hart 1956-59 Mark Hartman 1981 Daniel Hauffe 2006-09 Rick Hawarah 1969-70 Brett Hayford 1989 Tommy Haynie 1992-95 Thomas Headen 2003 Matt Heavner 2010 Steve Heckard 1962-64 Ben Hedrick 1973-75 Jeff Heinicka 1972 Mark Hemby 1991-94 Gary Hemric 1967 Bo Henderson 1997-00 Dave Hendricks 1963-64 Clif Henry 1995-98 Roger Herbert 1981-82 Todd Hermetz 1980-83 Chris Hess 1994-97 Cliff Hester 1974-77 Earl Hesterburg 1972-74 Tom Hewitt 1991 Philip Hightower 1964-65 Charles Hill 1991-93 Hamilton Hill 1994 Ken Hill 1967-69 Woody Hill 1963-65

III Mark Iafrate Mike Iafrate Mo Idlibi Erich Imphong Dave Ingold Ralph Isernia Bill Iverson

2007-09 2003-06 2001 2003 1971-73 1987-90 1948

JJJ Will Jackson Brian Jacob Jake Jacobsen Jeff Jacqmein Zach Jakob Charlie James Pete Janetta Barrett Johnson Bill Johnson Billy Johnson Brad Johnson Donnie Johnson Rutledge Johnson Marcus Johnston Dan Jonas Beaux Jones Dick Jones Frankie Jones James Jones Joe Jones Mike Jones Mike Jones Richard Jones Wes Jones Bill Joyner Steve Judge

1962-64 1987-88 1965-66 1985, ’87 2005-07 1955-58 1983 2000-03 1948 1978 2009-10 1996-99 2003 2010 1993-96 2004-07 1952-55 2002-04 1979-81 1961-63 1981-82 1984-86 1985-86 1995-98 1962 1988

KKK Jeff Kane Harvey Kee Kerry Keith Dick Kelley Brian Kelly Mike Kelly Rick Kemmerlin Andre Kennebrew Stuart Kennedy Bryan Kern Peter Kidwell

1980-82 2008-10 1966-68 1951 1986-89 1967-69 1971 1979-81 1969-70 1995-98 2008-10

Hardin King Rob King Rob King Kyle Kinsell Jerry Kiser Dave Kittrell Jim Kleinfelder Dan Klinar Stan Klinger Kirk Konert Jay Kopel Chris Kramer Lou Krempel Adam Kurtz George Kutcher

1953 1978-79 1992-93 2004-06 1950 1972 1972-74 1978-80 1980-82 2005-08 1974-76 1998-99 1983-85 2010 1972-74

LLL Scott Lacy 1958-60 1989-92 Dan Lamar 1987, ’89-90 Tony Lambert Auburn Lambeth 1948-50 Michael Lamoureux 2010 1995-98 Brian Langley 1985-87 John Lantis Rodney Lasher 2008-09 Mike Lassiter 1994-95 Ken Lawing 1957-58 1996, ’98 Karim Lawrence 1968 Rusty Lawrence 2003-04 Josh Layfield Neil Leach 1950 Chris Leak 1991-94 1954-56 Tom Lee 2001-04 Chris Leftwich 1976 Pete Legler Alex Lemons 2004-06 Tyler Lemons 2006-09 John Leverett 2001-04 Chuck Lifford 1980-82 David Lilley 1985, ’87-88 Nick Limberopoulos 1995

Dick Lindsey 1966-67 Dyke Little 1954-56 John Little 1965 Jim Livaditis 1978-79 Steve Livesey 1989 Lyle Llewellyn 1954-55 Richard Lockridge 2009-10 Jim Long 1969-70 Zach Long 2005, 2007 Mike Longmire 1982-84 Braulio Lopez 1991-92 Dave Lopp 1961-63 Greg Love 1972-74 Dave Lovette 1959-61 Bryan Lowe 1981-82 Steve Lowe 1979-80 Peter Lowry 2000-02 Ashton Loyd 1989-92 Rick Lyon 1968-70

NNN

MMM Andy Macary Lorenzo Mack

1977-78 John Madden 2006 Cyrus Maddox 1994-97 Joe Mahoney Lynwood Mallard 1960-61 John Maloney 1970-71 2004-06 Robert Manire 1971-73 Ross Manire 2007, 2009 Matt Mann Scott Manning 1991 Horace Manor 1983-85 2007-10 Kenny Mantuo 1947-49 Hal Mapes Jim Marchewka 1986 Terrence Marshall 1999 2009-10 Ellis Martin 1981-83 Keith Martin 1985-86 Robbie Martin Matt Matheny 1989-92 Jerry May 1983-84 Lewis McAlister 2009-10 1959-61 Bob McAllister 1988 Matt McBrady Dan McCall 1952 Alton McCallum 1971-73 Martin McCann 1988, ’90-92 1975-78 Bob McCarthy 1984-85 Eric McClarty 1985-86 Jack McCollum 1968-70 Sean McCormick Dave McCullough 1957-59 2001, ’03 Scott McDonald 2000-03 Wilson McDowell Marcus McFadden 1997-00 Mike McFarland 1971 Brian McGee 1996, ’98 Matt McGreevy 2005-07 Matt McKinney 1991 Dave McLain 1954-57 James McLain 1979-81 Rusty McLelland 1981-82 Will McMurray 1999-02 Blake McNaughton 1999-00 Bill McNeely 1950 Don McRee 1954-56 Grant McRorie 1959 Jeff McSwain 1981-83 Brody Medford 2010 Matt Melton 1991-92 Don Meng 1975 Jack Middlebrooks 2009 Mike Mikolayunas 1968-70 Matt Mikrut 2005-08 Dunn Mileham 1993-96 Bob Miller 1980-83 Billy Mills 1963 Linsey Mills 1989-91 Shane Mills 1991-94 Blake Mitchell 2004-06 David Mockbee 1969-70 Erik Moledor 1988-91 Lorenzo Moll 1995-97 Chris Monfiletto 2001-03 Woody Montgomery1969, ’71-72 Pat Montoya 1993-96 Don Moore 1953 Preston Moore 2003-05 Charles Moorefield 2002 Tupper Morehead 1965-67 Jason Morris 1991 Scott Morrison 1983-85 John Morrissey 1975 Whit Morrow 1967-69 Duncan Morton 1959-61 Malcolm Moses-Hampton 2008-10 Patrick Moynahan 2009-10 Foney Mullins 1973-74 Michael Muniz 2001-02 Joe Murphy 1966-67

1983-85 2003, ‘05, ‘07

Kenny Nazemetz

1986-89

Richard Neal Sandy Neblett Steve Neff Doug Neil Max Nelson Mark Nesselroad Josh Neubauer Joe Newlon Buddy Newsom Tom Newton Dave Nichols Jim Nichols Paul Nichols Bill Nicklas Bob Niebauer Will Nolte Mike Noonan Robert Norris Will Norris Rick Nye

1971 1994-97 1985-88 1983-86 1996 2002-04 1991 2010 1965-67 1954-55 1978-80 1975-76 1999-02 1971-72 1969-70 2005-08 1988-90 1969-71 2010 2010

Alton McCallum

Sam Gwynn Dan Gyves

1967 Lynn Himes 1963-65 Pack Hindsley 1987-88, ’90 Terry Hines Travis Hinson 1989 Cecil Holcomb 1959-61 2007 Quincy Holmer 1991-94 Kevin Holzworth 1966-68 Lewis Homer Charles Hooks 1979-82 Frank Houghton 1990-93 1958-60 Danny House 1982 Kenny Hovet Little Howard 1956-57 Chip Howell 1975-77 1990-93 Richard Howell 1991 Fred Hsuan Jonathon Hubbard 2003-06 Ryan Hubbard 2004-07 Tony Hubbard 1987 B.J. Huff 1994 2002, ’04 Jonathan Hughes 1986-89 Peter Hughes Howard Humphries 1985-87 Andy Hunt 1988-90 Carl Hunt 1960 2001-04 Christian Hunt 2008-10 Patrick Hunt 1998-00 Matt Hurt 2006-07 Corey Hutchins Ryan Hutto 1997-00

Dave Lopp

Clif Henry

LETTERMEN 1947-2010

OOO Walter Oakes Happy O’Brien Eric Ogden Nick Orobello Sid Osborne Jon Osterhout Bryan Overcash Claude Owen Mike Owen Tom Owen

1950 1993-95 1985-87 2010 1975 2010 1985-88 1965-66 1961-62 1952-55

PPP Ryan Pagan 1998-99 Carl Pahl 1948 Joe Palasak 1980-81 Randy Parker 1970-71 Philip Parks 1992-95 Jeremiah Parvin 1997-98 Bob Patten 1951 Hal Paul 1972-73 Jim Patterson 1952-55 Wayne Paymer 1978-81 Hal Peacock 1973-75 Svend Pedersen 1976-78, ’80 Dan Pell 2003-04, ’06 Tony Perez 1988-91 Dick Perkins 1951 Mike Perraut 1995-98 Pete Perri 1993-96 Jason Perillo 2006-09 Jon Perry 1973-75 Stuart Perry 1964-65 Mike Peskosky 1974-77 Harry Petersen 1952-54 Jeff Pflugner 1966, ’68 Scott Phillips 1978 Jim Phipps 1964 Andrew Pickens 2001 Will Pickens 2006-09 Gene Pierce 1952 Gifford Piercy 1978-80 Barrett Plasman 1991-92 Jay Poag 1983-85

61


RRR

Aaron Saltzman

Mark Rachal 1999-00 1968-70 Frank Rader Mark Ramsay 1993 Bill Randolph 1964, ’66 1951, ’54 Charles Rankin 1978 Byram Ratliff Keith Rawlins 1981-82, ’84-85 Josh Raymond 2009-10 1958-60 Tom Redding, Jr. 1996 Scott Reeder 2001-04 Blair Reynolds Rhodes 1947-48 Terrell Rhye 1975-78 Al Rhyne 1978-79 Johnny Ribet 1969-71 Gianni Ricci 2008-10 Doug Rice 1947

J.J. Rice 1999-01 Jake Rice 2002-05 Dick Richards 1947-48 Johnny Richards 1948-49 Chad Richardson 1992-95 Bill Rikard 1964-66 Carl Rizzo 1970 John Robbins 2005-06 Ryan Roberson 1987 Kirk Roberts 1993-96 Tim Robertson 2001-03 Bryn Robinson 1987, ’89-90 Ned Robinson 1996, ’99 Raleigh Robinson 2001-04 Will Robinson 1992-95 Andy Rock 1983 Jay Rogers 1963-64 Mike Rogers 1986-89 Russell Rogers 1953 Aaron Rollins 1978-80 Jim Rollins 1963-65 Eric Rosenbach 1991 Dave Rosenberg 1997-00 Alan Rosier 1982-83 Tom Ross 1962

62

Tommy Ross Bill Rowland David Rozelle Jim Ruark Mike Rush Jack Ruth Reed Ryan

1995 1953-55 1991 1985-87 1993-96 1951 2009

SSS 1993 Javi Salazar 2006-09 Aaron Saltzman Bill Salzer 1960-61 Bob Sanders 1973-75 Eric Sapp 1994-97 2007-10 Ben Sarver 1997-00 Jerry Saunders Kevin Saunders 2001-04 Todd Sautter 1989 Nick Savarino 2009-10 1973-74 Allen Schaberg 1986-89 Harry Schiavi John Paul Schick 1991-93 Robert Schick 2009-10 Zach Schrandt 2004-05 2003 Brian Scott 2004-07 Jeffrey Scott Randy Seago 1976-78 Eddie Setser 1976-78 1955-57 Ralph Setzler Steve Shankweiler 1972-73 Bob Sharpe 1947, ’49 1998-99 Evan Shay Jerry Sheffield 1959-61 1952 Jim Shelton Carl Sheppard 1947-48 Mike Sheridan 1975, ’77-79 Pat Sheridan 1978-80 Vershan Sherrill 1993 Frank Shinn 1971-73 Scotty Shipp 1970-72 Kelly Shirley 1991, ’93 Mitch Shirley 1979-80 Dick Short 1964-65 Charles Showers 1984-86 Bill Shumaker 1960-61 Robert Sickles 1985-87 Jim Sifford 1948 Greg Sikes 1971 Mike Sikes 1970-71 Sean Simmons 2008, 2010 Tom Simpson 1959 Gary Sims 1981 Sohn Sims 1991, ’93 Ray Sinclair 1978-81 Philip Sineath 2009-10 D.J. Singleterry 2006-08 Lance Sisco 1981 Bryan Skelton 1986-88 Jon Skinner 1986-88 Mark Skoczynski 1987 Ben Skurek 2000-03 Gordon Slade 1967-69 Michie Slaugher 1960-62 Stephen Sloan 1994-95 Alden Smith 1990-93 Andy Smith 1993-94 Bill Smith 1972-74 Brad Smith 2004-06 Branson Smith 2006 Britt Smith 1961-63 Charles Smith 1959 Harley Smith 1953-55 Steve Smith 1963-65 Thad Smith 1990-91 Tony Smith 1983-85 Rodger Smythe 1984 Jennings Snider 1959-61 Ricky Snipes 1969 Kwame Som-Pimpong 2005-08 John Spainhour 1993-94 Larry Spears 1971-72

Larry Spears Ben Spivey Lucas Spivey Dave Sprinkle Bob Stancil James Stanley Charles Staples Steve Stec Ralph Steding John Steffen Andy Stevenson Chip Stewart Gary Stewart Spud Stewart Will Stewart Steve Still Art Stitzer Adam Stockstill Gary Stokes Matt Strader Kevin Strange Bob Strickland Hank Strickland Ernie Stricklin Jack Stultz Jack Summe Jordan Sundheim Bo Swanson Perry Swindall Jeff Swyers Brandon Sykes Brian Szady

1983-84 1995-98 2000-01 1963-65 1956-57 1984 1992 1975 1983-85 1994 1991-93 1996-97 1983-86 1962 1999 1972-74 1986, ’88 1998-00 1976-78 1996-98 1997-00 1947 1966-67 1947-49 1971-73 1975 2002-05 2008 1981-82 1986, ’89 2007-10 1991

TTT Joe Tabler Bob Talbert Mike Tarver Billy Taylor Jarry Taylor Shan Teel Ryan Tennis Ed Terry Jim Terry Jimmy Thacker Cole Thomason Hal Thompson Dave Thompson Derrick Thompson Justin Thompson Kit Thompson Mark Thompson Robbie Thornsberry Mike Thornton Wes Thornton Jonathon Thrasher Brownie Thurman Tom Ting Carl Tolbert Ken Totherow Phillip Toye Tom Trahey Torry Treu Chris Trinetti David Trontz Bob Tucker Kent Tucker Bob Turk Cliff Turner David Turner Del Turner Derek Twombly Shaun Tyrance

2007-09 1954-55 1998-01 1965-67 1975-77 1986 1999-02 1968-69 1963-65 1951-54 1986 1977 1967-68 2003-06 2003 1965-67 1970 1980-82 1967-68 1995-98 2005 1959 1995-98 1982-83 1968-70 1975-78 1977-79 2010 2010 1985-88 1951 1960-62 1950 1948-49 1982-84 1991, ’93 1988 1997-00

UUU Alfredo Urbina Bruce Usher

1993 1958-61

VVV Tom Vandiver Dick VanNewkirk Steve Veitch

1970-71 1971 1987-89

Lanny Voigt Dick Voorhees

1956-58 1960-62

WWW Ham Wade 1950 Jake Wade 1949 Landis Wade 1976-78 1985, ’87, ’89 Lee Wagner 1989-90 Mark Wainwright Billy Waitsman 1984, ’86 1964-66 Gary Waldron Dave Walker 1963-64 Johnny Walker 1964-66 Leonard Walker 1980-82 1971-73 Walt Walker 1955-58 Craig Wall Terrazzo Wallace 1978-79 Page Walley 1976-78 Russell Walls 1961-63 Jim Walter 2003-06 Danny Ward 1972-73 Dave Warden 1956-59 Bill Warner 1983-84 Mike Warrick 1993-96 Wendell Washington 1980-81 Steve Waters 1989-92 Brendan Watkins 2004-06 Frank Watson 1989-91 Milt Watson 1989-90 John Watwood 1957-59 Tim Weaver 1986-89 John Webel 1971-73 Bill Webb 1966 George Weicker 1972-74 David Welch 2001-04 Win Welch 1989, ’91-92 Erskine Wells 1999

Ced West 1991, ’93-94 Jim West 1956 Pete West 1973-75 Russ West 1983-85 Nelson Westerhout 1983 Harold Westervelt 1956-58 Tommy Wheeler 1994-96 Jackson Whetsel 2004-06 Arnold Whisnant 1951 Damion White 2002-04

Joe Tabler

1972-74 1965-67 1978-80 2008-10 1958-59 1978 1970-71 2005-08 1985-87 1969 1967-69 2010 1975 1948 1954-57 1979-81 1948-49 2003-05 1973 2007-09 1976-79

George Zoeckler

Gary Pomeroy Jimmy Poole Patrick Pope Morgan Popham Alex Porter John Porter Joe Poteat Myles Potter Michael Poulos Tom Powell Glen Praay Ben Prater Joel Pressley Fred Preyer Bill Price Bill Price Mott Price Brian Purcell Jim Purcell Shane Purvis Craig Pyles

Kwame Som-Pimpong

LETTERMEN 1947-2010

1951 Roy White 1983 Mac Whitesides 1972-75 Roger Whitley Brian Whitmire 1978-81 Jeff Whitson 1993 1982-83 Stockton Whitten Bill Whittington 1960-61 Josh Wiggins 2009-10 Lee Wilder 1975-77 1973-76 Mark Wilfley Buddy Wilkerson 1986-87 Harold Wilkerson 1970-71 Mark Wilkerson 2002-03 1986-89 Bert Williams 1950 Dave Williams Justin Williams 2007-10 Kendrick Williams 1980-82 Marcus Williams 1994-97 Morris Williams 1961-63 Patrick Williams 1947 Reece Williams 2010 Roland Williams 1996-99 Eddie Williamson 1971-73 Richie Willis 1983 Henry Wilson 1947-50 Jack Wilson 1974 John Wilson 2006 Zenus Wilson 2008-10 Charlie Winborne 1985-87 Bill Winkenwerder 1975 Braxton Winston 2002-03 Colin Wint 2009-10 Andrew Wohler 2007-10 Bill Wolar 1975 Eddie Womack 1972, ’74 Terry Woodlief 1969-71 Chris Woods 1987-90 Ted Woods 1968 Wesley Wooten 2000-02 Brandon Wright 2007-09 Chad Wright 1996-99 Dwayne D. Wright 1982-84 Dwayne E. Wright 1981-84 Jeff Wright 2005-06 Kevin Wright 2005-06 Mike Wright 1988, ’90-92 Richard Wright 1996, ’99 Roger Wright 1951 Jamel Wynn 1996-99

YYY Brandon Yeargan Josh Yost

2007-10 2008-10

ZZZ John Zaharov Brandon Zeigler Lou Zirkle Ryan Zirkle George Zoeckler Johannes Zwick

1968-69 2003-04 1960-61 2005-07 2005-07 2006

Prior to 1989, letterman archives are incomplete, particularly for seniors.


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 1-1 s No Coach

1897 North Carolina

0- 12

South Carolina

6- 0 W

1-1 s No Coach

1898 Nov.

L

5 North Carolina

0- 11

24 South Carolina

Sept. 23 Morgantown Mutes Oct.

Nov.

21 Guilford

5- 0 W

4 at VMI

0- 6

16 at W.N.H.S.

23- 0 W

26 at Guilford

32- 6 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

L L

1905

2- 6

L

Oct.

17 North Carolina A&M1

0- 0

T

16 Oak Ridge

29 South Carolina

5- 0 W

20 at Auburn

6- 0 W

27 at Virginia

0- 11

L

5- 7

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

Nov.

4-1 s J.A. Brewin

1900 7 Guilford

16- 0 W

10 at Clemson

0- 64

17- 0 W

22 South Carolina1

5- 0 W

29 at Georgia Tech

38- 6 W

23- 0 W 0- 6

30 South Carolina1

29 North Carolina A&M2

0- 10

6- 27

Nov.

10 Furman

0- 6

L

18 North Carolina1

0- 27

L

24 Bingham

3 Clemson

0- 34

7- 6 W

14 at Georgia

0- 27

21 North Carolina A&M2

5- 0 W

22 at Guilford

0- 0

L

Oct.

8 Oak Ridge

54- 0 W

Nov.

8 South Carolina1

Nov.

21 at Washington & Lee

29 at VMI

6- 0 W

L

26 at Virginia Tech

0- 26

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

6-1-1 s C.R. Williams

L

Oct.

0- 5

14 Lenoir-Rhyne Nov.

4 College of Charleston1 18 at South Carolina 30 at Alabama

0- 12

L

0- 0

T

28 at South Carolina

22- 0 W

Sept. 21 Westminster Oct.

31- 4 W 0- 0

T

at Charlotte, N.C.

Nov.

3-4-2 s F.M. Simmons 10- 0 W

1 at Virginia

0- 11

L

9 Clemson1

0- 17

L

0- 14

7 North Carolina A&M 14 at Georgia Tech

0- 9

L

21 The Citadel

7- 7

T

28 at Roanoke

20- 0 W

4 at Furman

46- 14 W 0- 10

32- 0 W

30 Clemson2

33- 0 W

at Winston-Salem, N.C. at Charlotte, N.C.

2

L

6-4 s W.H. Fetzer

Sept. 29 at Navy

6- 27

Oct.

3- 7

L

10- 32

L

7- 13

L

5 at North Carolina A&M

W

13 at Georgia Tech

5 North Carolina1

0- 13

L

20 at Virginia Tech

18 Mount Pleasant

NA-NA

W

27 at VMI Nov.

L

23- 7 W

26 North Carolina A&M

0- 7

L

3 at Furman

23- 7 W

2 at Washington & Lee

0- 54

L

10 at Auburn

21- 7 W

23 Stetson

NA-NA

L

17 at Wake Forest

72- 7 W

28 Wake Forest1

13- 7 W

22 Wofford

62- 0 W

29 Clemson1

21- 9 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

2-5 s W.T. Cook

1913 Oct.

Nov.

2-1-1 s W.H. Fetzer

3- 6

L

1918

11 at North Carolina

0- 7

L

Nov.

18 North Carolina A&M

6- 26

L

16 at North Carolina

25 at Tennessee

0- 9

L

23 Camp Greene

0- 0

T

28 Clemson1

0- 7

L

4 at Clemson

1 Newberry

32- 0 W

15 South Carolina

0- 10

L

27 Wake Forest1

6- 0 W

2 Washington & Lee

Oct.

5-1-1 s R.A. Fetzer 3 Clemson

4-6-1 s L.B. Clayton

0- 7

L

0- 7

L

17 Wofford

86- 6 W

19 at South Carolina

7- 0 W

24 The Citadel1

16- 0 W

25 at VMI

7- 14

L

0- 33

L

Nov.

4 at Clemson

21- 0 W

11 at Washington & Lee

L

Oct.

23- 0 W

20- 6 W

3- 16

T

27 at Wake Forest

10 Newberry

31 at North Carolina

0- 0

14- 7 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

Sept. 20 at Guilford

1914

20- 0 W

1

1919

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

The 1904 team went 6-1-1 with a victory at South Carolina.

L

18 at Wofford

1917

NA-NA

L

16- 0 W

1

10- 0 W

3-4 s W.T. Cook

1912

L

9- 0 W 6- 16

L

5-3-1 s W.H. Fetzer

11 North Carolina1

34- 3 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

13- 0 W

Nov.

L

1

27 at Clemson

0- 21

0- 5

11 at Wake Forest

41- 0 W

L

70- 0 W

21 North Carolina1

12- 0 W

7 at North Carolina A&M

35- 0 W

7 at VMI

6 N.C.M.C.

1909

Oct.

5-3 s Dr. E.W. Holladay

Sept. 30 Catawba

0- 6

10- 6 W

Sept. 25 N.C.M.C.

1904

Sept. 30 at Virginia

10- 6 W

1

Oct.

1916

32- 0 W

3 Morganton Mutes

21 at Georgia

L

0- 24

53- 0 W

24 Wake Forest1

1911

6- 41

21- 7 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

12 South Carolina at Charlotte, N.C.

L

1

57- 0 W

1

7- 21

58- 13 W

25 Wake Forest1

27- 6 W

L T

13- 0 W

6 Furman 13 at North Carolina

L

0- 14 6- 6

45- 0 W

23 at Roanoke Nov.

5 Lenoir-Rhyne

12- 5 W

5-2-2 s J.H. Levine

14 Wake Forest1

12- 28

T

L

36- 0 W

9 at Clemson

2 at Clemson 16 Wofford

6- 0 W 12- 14

at College of Charleston Nov.

4-1-1 s Graham/Pollard

L

21 Clemson

6- 16

15 North Carolina1

0- 22

Oct.

18- 0 W

5 at Virginia Tech

L

17 at North Carolina

1-4 s J.A. Brewin 31 Virginia1

Oct.

T

9 at Virginia

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

at Greensboro, N.C.

Sept. 25 at Washington & Lee 9 at Georgia Tech

0- 0

1908

2

1903

L

4-3-1 s W.H. Fetzer

1915

6-2 s F.M. Simmons

0- 10

5 Oak Ridge

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

at Charlotte, N.C.

Oct.

8- 0 W

1

1

T

6- 45

25 at VMI

17 at Virginia Tech

28 at VMI

L

13 at Georgia Tech

0- 4

5- 5

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

29- 5 W

20 at Navy

Sept. 24 Catawba

16 North Carolina A&M1

16- 6 W

1 at Virginia

T

15- 0 W

26 at Virginia Tech Nov.

7- 6 W

0- 0

3 at The Citadel

13 at Georgia

at Charlotte, N.C.

Oct.

13- 7 W

26 Wake Forest

T

1

28- 5 W

Nov. 14 at South Carolina

L

1910

1907

4-4-1 s J.A. Brewin 1 Oak Ridge

T

6- 18

13 South Carolina1

0- 0

Sept. 27 at Virginia

1902

0- 0

22 at Washington & Lee

10- 0 W

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

Nov.

15 at Georgia

6 Oak Ridge 27 at Georgia Tech

L

1

L

3-2-2 s Graham/Pollard

1906

16- 6 W

at North Carolina A&M

8- 6 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

12- 5 W

Nov. 16 at Georgia

10 at VMI

The 1917 squad won six straight to finish the season 6-4.

at Winston-Salem, N.C.

24- 0 W

26 North Carolina1

3 South Carolina1

2

4-2 s J.A. Brewin 19 N.C. Military

L

1

Oct. 4 Guilford

0- 6

75- 0 W

Sept. 29 North Carolina1

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

1901

2-5 s C.R. Williams 7 North Carolina1

L

Nov. 12 North Carolina A&M1

Nov.

L

6- 0 W

0- 10

Nov. 10 Oak Ridge

Oct.

T

0- 10

21 North Carolina1

Oct.

0- 0

17- 0 W

1-3-1 s No Coach

Oct. 14 at Clemson

28- 0 W

15 Bingham

14 at South Carolina

L

6- 0 W

1899

Oct.

8 North Carolina1

1 at Georgia Tech

63


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 8 at NC State

6- 36 0- 10

L

22 Presbyterian

0- 0

T

27 Furman

5-5 s H.M. Grey

Sept. 25 at NC State

0- 23

L

2 at Washington & Lee

0- 6

L

9 at Georgia Tech

0- 66

L

16 Wake Forest1

Nov.

27- 7 W

23 at Richmond

7- 0 W

30 The Citadel1

27- 13 W

6 South Carolina 13 at North Carolina

7- 0 W

19 at Presbyterian

0- 7

L

25 at Furman

0- 7

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

Sept. 24 at Virginia

0- 28

30 Presbyterian 8 at Georgia Tech 22 Wofford

0- 77

L

7- 10

L

14- 14

5 NC State

1

12 at North Carolina 18 Elon

3- 3

T

0- 0

T

0- 7

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

Oct.

Nov.

7- 8

7 at Georgia Tech

0- 19

L

6- 6

T

21 Virginia Tech (HC)

7- 7

T

28 Duke (Trinity)

0- 12

L

0- 15

L

4 at NC State 11 Wofford

18 North Carolina1 30 at Furman

6- 29

L

10- 13

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

Sept. 22 Elon1 6 at Virginia Tech 13 The Citadel (HC)

7- 0 W

20 Wake Forest2

0- 6

L

24 at Furman

0- 30

L

31 NC State

6- 12

L

0- 12

L

14 at North Carolina

3- 14

L

21 Duke (Trinity)2

6- 18

L

2

Nov.

7 at Clemson

at Cornelius, N.C.

Oct.

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

at Greensboro, N.C.

5-5 s William L. Younger

Sept. 21 Elon

Nov.

5 at Wofford

7- 23

24- 6 W

19 at The Citadel

7- 6 W

3- 0 W

29 at Wake Forest

0- 6

L

6- 12

L

Nov.

2 VMI 9 at NC State

3- 0 W

23 Wake Forest1

3- 3

T

16 North Carolina (HC)

30 at VMI

7- 12

L

28 Duke

0- 12

L

6 Hampden-Sydney1

10- 0 W

25 at Duke

20- 0 W

4-4-1 s William L. Younger

1927

Sept. 24 at The Citadel

Oct.

12- 0 W 21- 0 W

11 at Duke

0- 12

6- 0 W

12- 2 W

25 Virginia Tech (HC)

29 VMI (HC)

0- 20

L

5 NC State1

6- 25

L

12 at North Carolina

0- 27

L

20 Duke

7- 48

L

Nov.

1 at VMI 8 Wofford

15- 3 W

4 at Richmond

7- 0 W

L

19- 20

L

0- 6

L

0- 6

L

10- 10

T

27 at Duke (Trinity)

L

14 VMI

6- 0 W

21 Duke (HC)

7- 19

L

28 at NC State

6- 6

T

24- 6 W

18 at William & Mary

12- 7 W

30 Wake Forest1

20- 13 W

4-4-1 s Doc Newton

1934 Sept. 22 Elon Oct.

33- 6 W

29 NC State1

0- 7

L

6 at Army

0- 41

L

20 Duke

7- 6 W

Nov. 10 North Carolina (HC)

27 Wake Forest2

2- 13

L

Catawba

at Greensboro, N.C.

1

at Charlotte, N.C.

2

0- 20

L

12- 12

T

2- 12

L

18- 0 W

17 VMI

27- 13 W

29 Wake Forest

13- 12 W

at Greensboro, N.C.

4-4-2 s William L. Younger

Sept. 19 Elon 26 NC State1

28- 0 W 0- 6

L

52- 0 W

Oct.

3 at Washington & Lee 10 at Virginia Tech

13- 2 W 7- 20

L

Sept. 21 Elon

7- 0 W 6- 18

L

4-3-2 s Doc Newton

1935

7- 0 W

28 NC State1 Oct.

Nov.

5 at Virginia

7- 14

L

0- 0

T

13- 6 W

19 North Carolina

0- 14

L

26 at The Citadel

7- 7

T

7- 26

L

9 Duke (HC) 16 at VMI

14- 6 W

28 at Wake Forest

14- 6 W

at Greensboro, N.C.

1

5-4 s 4-3 SC s E.T. McEver

1936 Sept. 23 at Duke*

7- 0 W 0- 6

0- 6

28- 13 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

7- 0 W

31 NC State1 8 Clemson2

7 at Wofford

1

45- 0 W

22 at Furman

15 North Carolina (HC)

30 at NC State*

L

Oct.

21- 13 W

2 at Navy 9 VMI*

at Pinehurst, N.C.

1

at Charlotte, N.C.

2

The 1938 team posted SoCon road wins at The Citadel and Furman.

64

Oct.

12 South Carolina

27 at Presbyterian 11 Wofford

6- 0 W

15 North Carolina

14- 0 W

18 Lenoir-Rhyne

6-2-1 s Doc Newton

27 at The Citadel

1931

6 Elon

7- 0 W

1

2-8 s William L. Younger 29 at Clemson

24 Wake Forest

13- 0 W

at Greensboro, N.C.

Sept. 22 Guilford

L

30 at North Carolina

1

1928

L

0- 12

Nov. 11 The Citadel

4 Erskine

8 at Wofford

T

5 NC State1

Sept. 23 Elon

L

27 NC State1

18 The Citadel2

13- 13

3- 7

12 North Carolina (HC)

38- 0 W

12- 0 W 27- 0 W

T

1933

6-4 s William L. Younger

1 at Florida

22 at Wake Forest

7- 27

at Charlotte, N.C.

5- 0 W

15 Elon

L

1

1930

L

7- 7

at Charlotte, N.C.

13- 12 W

Sept. 20 Elon

at Charlotte, N.C.

6- 7

29 Clemson

1

13- 0 W

14 at NC State

13 North Carolina (HC)

7- 0 W 12- 0 W

7- 0 W

12 at Army

26- 0 W

L

40- 6 W

22 at The Citadel

L

26- 0 W

1

Nov.

Oct.

Nov.

20- 6 W 14- 32

0- 13

1 Wofford 8 Washington & Lee

2

1929

4-4-1 s Doc Newton

15 at VMI

7-2-1 s William L. Younger

1924 Sept. 20 Elon

Nov.

2 at Presbyterian 9 Guilford

Oct.

at Charlotte, N.C.

2

0- 13

at Charlotte, N.C.

2

1

9- 0 W

7-2-1 s William L. Younger

1926

1

Oct.

L

Sept. 18 Elon

3- 0 W L

Oct.

28 Clemson1

Oct.

0- 7

Sept. 24 at Duke

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

19- 0 W

29 at Presbyterian Oct.

1932

0- 33

1

3-7 s William L. Younger

1923

L L

7- 30

26- 0 W

L

0- 13

29 at Duke

T

L

6- 25

17 North Carolina (HC)

6- 6

0- 20 0- 7

27 Wake Forest1 3 at VMI

14- 7 W

26 Wake Forest2 L

12- 0 W

7 Hampden-Sydney1

7 The Citadel 14 at North Carolina

L

17 at Presbyterian

L

7- 0 W

0- 7

L

0- 7

T

31 VMI

12- 26

7- 14

34- 0 W

1

Nov.

T

0- 0

20 at The Citadel

10 NC State2

26 Duke (Trinity)

L

14 Wake Forest1

T

0- 0

24 Erskine

at Greensboro, N.C.

35- 0 W

14 at North Carolina

24- 0 W

29 at Presbyterian

7- 7

17 Duke (HC)

1

10 Guilford

25 at Wofford

2-6-2 s H.M. Grey

Sept. 23 Elon

7- 0 W

3 Wake Forest1

31 NC State (HC) Nov.

13 Wofford

34- 0 W

24 Furman1

T

47- 0 W

24 at Furman

1922

Oct.

L

87- 0 W

29 at Richmond

6-2-2 s William L. Younger

1925 Sept. 19 Elon

7- 0 W

15 Wake Forest1

Nov.

The 1926 Wildcats defeated NC State, North Carolina and Duke.

26 Wofford

3-4-3 s H.M. Grey

1921

Nov.

27- 0 W

1

Oct.

LEGEND * Southern Conference game ** designated Southern Conference game # Colonial League game ^ Pioneer Football League game (HC) Homecoming game

41- 14 W

1920 Oct.

L

17 North Carolina

0- 13

L

16- 2 W 6- 19

L

38- 13 W

24 The Citadel*

21- 0 W

31 at Furman*

13- 14

L


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 1944-45

28 Erskine

No Varsity Team Nov.

4-5 s 1-5 SC s William J. Story

1946 Sept. 21 Erskine Oct.

5 Wofford1 12 at NC State* 19 at VMI* 26 Hampden-Sydney

Nov.

11 at NC State*

7 North Carolina* (HC)

6- 26

L

14 Centre

27- 0 W

26 Wake Forest*

19- 6 W

1

16 Hampden-Sydney 30 The Citadel * 3

26- 0 W

54- 0 W

25 at Georgia Tech

14- 46

0- 25

L

0- 25

L

40- 0 W 6- 25

L

9 Richmond*

6- 26

L

23 The Citadel1*

13- 21

L

28 Furman*

13- 7 W

Oct.

at Winston-Salem, N.C.

at Charlotte, N.C.

at Charlotte, N.C.

2

at Wilmington, N.C.

3

2-8 s 1-6 SC s E.T. McEver

1937 Sept. 18 NC State1*

0- 6

25 Erskine Oct.

21- 6 W

2 Duke*

6- 34

9 at VMI* 16 at South Carolina* 22 at Centre 30 Furman* Nov.

L

1-6-3 s 1-5-2 SC s E.T. McEver

1941 Sept. 20 Rollins

L

27 NC State1*

0- 7

L

7- 25

L

11 Sewanee2

0- 8

L

18 Virginia Tech* (HC)

Oct.

0- 26

L

13 at Harvard

0- 15

L

25 Wake Forest2*

7- 19

L

Nov.

4 North Carolina*

27 at Furman*

20- 7 W

L L L

1948

1 at VMI*

7- 13

L

Sept. 18 Elon

29 at Virginia Tech* Oct.

1

16 at The Citadel* 23 at Wofford

at Greensboro, N.C.

30 at VMI*

at Chattanooga, Tenn.

4-6 s 2-6 SC s E.T. McEver L

1942

0- 27

L

Sept. 19 NC State1*

L L

5 Wofford

2-6-1 s 2-4-1 SC s E.T. McEver

7- 19

0- 34

26 at Duke* Oct.

3 Rollins2 10 at Virginia Tech*

13- 12 W

17 Georgia Tech

29- 0 W

31 at VMI*

12 VMI* (HC)

6- 19

L

24 Wake Forest1*

0- 19

L

Nov.

14 Washington & Lee2*

at Charlotte, N.C.

21 at The Citadel*

1

at Greensboro, N.C.

0- 0

T

0- 21

L

25 Furman1*

1949

Sept. 24 at Army

0- 33

L

Oct.

22 Richmond* (HC) 29 at Washington & Lee*

L Nov.

30 Duke* Oct.

Nov.

6 at VMI*

1943

6- 26

L

Oct.

0- 2

L

0- 7

L

28 Furman*

0- 15

L

4 The Citadel* (HC) 11 North Carolina2* 18 Erskine

22- 14 W 0- 32

L

32- 6 W

30 Wake Forest3*

19 at Rollins

L

13 at South Carolina*

7- 46

5 at VMI* 12 at Furman*

at Charlotte, N.C.

2

14- 18

Nov.

0-5 s 0-3 SC s E.T. McEver 2

T

14- 34

L L

20 at Richmond*

6- 25

L

27 at Washington & Lee*

0- 34

L

13- 35

L

10 NC State1*

0- 31

L

24 at Georgia Tech

7- 34

L

3 at VMI*

at Charlotte, N.C.

2-7 s 1-6 SC s William E. Dole

1952

Sept. 20 Virginia Tech* 27 Washington & Lee* Oct.

4 at NC State* 17 at Presbyterian 25 Furman* (HC)

L

8 Richmond*

38- 19 W

14 at George Washington*

13- 40

L

22 at The Citadel*

14- 34

L

0-9 s 0-5 SC s William E. Dole

1953

26 at Richmond* Oct. 10 at NC State

L L

24 at Furman*

0- 34

L

31 at Harvard

6- 42

L

20- 21

L

7- 0 W

12- 41

L

7- 28

L

7 at Washington & Lee*

0- 53

L

6- 47

L

6- 21

L

25- 0 W

Nov. 24 The Citadel1*

19- 25

21 The Citadel*

8 at Presbyterian 30 West Virginia Tech (HC)

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

6 Catawba

7- 10

L

7- 19

L

51- 0 W 32- 12 W 3- 0 W

16 Charleston C.G.1

0- 36

L

23 at Camp Davis

9- 27

L

1950

6 Clemson* (HC)

0- 26

L

Sept. 29 Furman1*

20- 32

0- 20

L

Oct.

24- 0 W

Sept. 16 Catawba1

14 at The Citadel*

12- 19

L

Oct.

21 Washington & Lee* (HC)

12- 47

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

13- 0 W

6- 14

L

1

L

20 Elon

0- 13

13 NC State*

14- 38

13 at Wofford

VMI*

AT

L

19- 13 W

2 at The Citadel* 22 Furman1*

L

L

0- 33

19- 0 W

25 Stetson

Nov.

7- 34

6-3 s 2-1 SC s William E. Dole

1954 Sept. 18 at VMI* Oct.

L L

7- 27

17 Presbyterian (HC)

L

0- 53 0- 16 18- 19

L

7- 27

L

13- 12 W L

L

L

L

6- 28 13- 14

6- 33

7- 47

L

14- 33

26- 35

Sept. 19 at Georgia Tech

Nov.

14- 27

1 at Harvard

0- 6

20- 14 W

15 at St. Louis

L

2-7 s 1-7 SC s E.T. McEver

Sept. 23 NC State1*

1 Presbyterian 8 NC State1*

21- 13 W 9- 21

7- 7

L

1

2-8 s 1-5 SC s Charlie Jamerson

L L

at Winston-Salem, N.C.

14- 6 W

7- 21

32- 20 W 12- 14

14 George Washington*

0- 14

1

L L

at Charlotte, N.C.

0- 16

14- 43

6- 14 0- 40

1

24- 6 W

7 North Carolina2* (HC)

2

1939

6 Richmond* (HC) 13 Washington & Lee*

12- 6 W

33- 0 W

29 at Furman* Nov.

Nov.

at Charlotte, N.C.

3

Nov.

25- 0 W

9 at NC State*

6 The Citadel* 13 Presbyterian (HC)

3-5-1 s 2-5 SC s Charlie Jamerson 25 William & Mary1*

Oct.

1-8 s 1-5 SC s Crowell Little

1951

Sept. 22 Lenoir-Rhyne

Nov.

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

0- 16

at Charlotte, N.C.

0- 25

13- 7 W

L

24- 14 W

22 North Carolina*

8 at Richmond*

0- 7

20 The Citadel3*

14 at South Carolina*

T

0- 20

at Greensboro, N.C.

7 Erskine

14- 14

28- 7 W

L

1 Duke2*

1 VMI* (HC) 22 The Citadel*

2

Oct.

L

T

T

24 NC State1*

0- 32

6- 6

0- 56

Sept. 17 at The Citadel*

49- 0 W

T

13- 13

1938

12- 7 W

13- 31

2

L

11 Wofford1

25 Furman3* 8 Duke*

0- 14

0- 0

15 at Washington & Lee

1

Nov.

L

18 at Hampden-Sydney 25 at Washington & Lee*

13- 0 W

6 North Carolina* (HC)

4 NC State1*

0- 21

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

19- 0 W

27 at William & Mary*

20- 6 W

1

1

6-3-1 s 3-3-1 SC s William J. Story

Sept. 20 Elon

L

39- 0 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

Nov.

L

7- 15

18 at Richmond*

2 Washington & Lee* (HC)

1947

6- 46

74- 0 W

1

The 1947 ‘Cats went 6-3-1 in William Story’s second season.

44- 0 W

4 VMI1*

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

3-6 s 1-5 SC s Crowell Little 7 at Presbyterian

L

5-4 s 3-2 SC s William E. Dole

1955

26- 0 W

1 The Citadel*

6- 2 W

8 Presbyterian

7- 16

L

L

at Greensboro, N.C.

1

at Winston-Salem, N.C.

2

at Charlotte, N.C.

3

5-5 s 1-5 SC s E.T. McEver

1940 Sept. 21 Rollins 28 NC State* Oct.

5 North Carolina1* 12 VMI2* 19 Sewanee 26 at Furman*

Nov.

19- 7 W 0- 34

L

7- 27

L

7- 13

L

27- 20 W 7- 40

L

2 Centre (HC)

27- 12 W

9 at Duke*

13- 46

L

The 1958 Wildcats posted the school’s fourth straight winning season.

65


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Nov.

16 Washington & Lee* (HC)

54- 0 W

22 at VMI*

21- 7 W

21 VMI*

0- 13

L

29 at Stetson

25- 13 W

28 at Richmond*

0- 20

L

5 at Richmond*

0- 19

L

12 Wofford

9- 21

L

19 at Furman*

9- 13

L

Oct. 14 Presbyterian (HC)

Nov.

4 at William & Mary* 11 Wofford

21- 7 W

31- 30 W

24 Furman * 1

Oct.

34- 13 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

at Charlotte, N.C.

3-5-1 s 0-4-1 SC s William E. Dole

1962 5-3-1 s 2-2-1 SC s William E. Dole

Sept. 21 Catawba1

20- 6 W

29 at The Citadel* Oct.

Nov.

Sept. 15 Catawba1

6 at Presbyterian

7- 34

L

26- 6 W

29 at Wofford Oct.

Nov.

21- 0 W

22 at The Citadel*

0- 19

L

6 at Presbyterian

L

Sept. 16 at VMI*

27 VMI* (HC)

13- 13

27 at Virginia

7- 34

L

L

23 Furman*

13- 27

L

5-3 s 1-3 SC s William E. Dole

Nov.

3 Furman*

7- 14

L

10 Richmond*

20- 28

L

Oct.

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

5 The Citadel*

19- 6 W 7- 21

L

12 at VMI*

14- 26

L

19 at West Virginia Tech

31- 14 W

9 Wofford

16- 7 W

16 at Richmond* 22 at Furman*

20 Catawba1 28 The Citadel* Oct.

Nov.

23- 19 W 2- 6

L L

21 at The Citadel* 28 at Connecticut Nov. 11 Wofford

1968

L

Sept. 21 at Bucknell

26 Presbyterian (HC)

14- 14

T

9 Lehigh

7- 3 W 7- 34

L

3-6 s 1-3 SC s William E. Dole

1964 17- 22

4 at The Citadel* 11 at Presbyterian 18 Carson-Newman 25 VMI* (HC)

L

Sept. 26 Mississippi College Oct.

16 at Wofford

24- 9 W

22 Vanderbilt1

20- 53

7- 20

L

Sept. 20 at Guilford

21- 8 W

0- 35

L

27 at Furman*

77- 14 W

4 at Trinity

17- 16 W

31 Furman* Nov.

22- 27

L

21 at Wofford

22 Furman1*

20- 22

L

23- 0 W

7 at Lehigh

10- 13

Sept. 18 Presbyterian

1-8 s 0-5 SC s William E. Dole 42- 6 W

25 at Furman* Oct.

2 at The Citadel*

21- 25

L

16 William & Mary*

7- 13

L

23 VMI* (HC)

10 at Richmond*

7- 21

L

30 at George Washington*

24 at VMI*

7- 34

L

20- 27

L

7- 25

L

14 Lehigh

0- 14

L

25 Bucknell

20 at Furman*

7- 35

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

Nov.

L L

5-4 s 2-3 SC s Homer Smith

1965

Oct.

31- 12 W 3- 17

6 Lehigh

Nov.

35- 0 W

7- 41

L

10- 16

L

7- 23

L

7-4 s 5-1 SC s Homer Smith

11 Richmond*

37- 7 W

18 at William & Mary*

17- 15 W

25 at The Citadel*

28- 34

1 VMI* (HC)

59- 6 W 42- 27 W

22 at Vanderbilt Dec. 26 Toledo1

Sept. 17 Catawba

24 at Wofford 1 The Citadel*

0- 6

L

15- 21

L

8 at Presbyterian

0- 6

L

22 Richmond* (HC)

7- 32

L

5 at Virginia Tech*

21- 18 W

19 Furman*

21- 22

8- 63

L

33- 56

L

13 at Lafayette

14- 10 W

Oct.

3 Trinity

9- 20

L

20 Wofford

13- 6 W

10 Bucknell

20- 21

L

14- 22

17 Furman* (HC)

24- 31

L

24 at Wofford

13- 35

L

31 at VMI*

55- 21 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

L

L

10- 35

L

9 at Bucknell

20- 8 W

16 at Furman* 23 Wofford (HC) Nov.

Sept. 16 Catawba

66

L

20 The Citadel*

7- 47

L

3-7-1 s 2-3-1 SC s Dave Fagg

1972

23 at Lenoir-Rhyne

16- 41

7 Appalachian State1* 14 Furman*

Nov.

19- 45

L

30 at The Citadel*

12- 20

L

T

17- 27

28 Bucknell (HC)

25- 21 W

4 William & Mary*

9- 56

L L

11 at Richmond*

14- 27

L

18 at The Citadel*

19- 25

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

2-8 s 1-6 SC s Dave Fagg

1973 Sept. 8 Wofford 15 Richmond*

22 Lenoir-Rhyne 29 at Appalachian State* Oct.

6 East Carolina* (HC) 13 at Furman* 20 at William & Mary*

Nov.

3 at VMI* 17 at The Citadel*

14- 5 W

Sept. 21 Appalachian State* 28 VMI* Oct. 12 at Wofford 19 at Lenoir-Rhyne 2 at Guilford

20- 17 W 8- 24

L

0- 45

L

7- 38

L

35- 51

L

19- 41

L

17- 24

L

19- 16 W

0- 30

L

7- 43

L

7- 49

L

7- 48

L

17- 16 W 14- 31

L

6- 53

L

28- 20 W

23 at The Citadel*

21- 56

L

1-8 s 0-3 SC s Ed Farrell 4 Guilford 11 Lenoir-Rhyne 25 at Hampden-Sydney

Nov.

L L

16 Defiance

Sept. 27 at VMI* Oct.

0- 23 0- 42

2-7 s 0-3 SC s Ed Farrell

1974

1975

The 1969 Wildcats won the Southern Conference with a 5-1 record.

L

10- 10

51- 35 W

9 at Lehigh

21- 15 W

L

6- 68

21 at Wofford

18 The Citadel* (HC)

23 at Furman*

L

18- 14 W

30 at Air Force Oct.

20- 26

16 at VMI*

26 Hampden-Sydney (HC)

4-4 s 1-4 SC s William E. Dole

L

7- 14

Sept. 9 at Wake Forest

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

26- 27

at Charlotte, N.C.

Nov.

L

L L

1

1

1961

6 at East Carolina*

6- 41 22- 23

13 Richmond*

27 at Air Force

2-8 s 2-4 SC s Dave Fagg

1970

9- 7 W

12 at Lehigh

L

Sept. 26 at Richmond*

1

14- 40

2 Appalachian State1

Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, Fla.

16- 7 W

1

27- 28

37- 23 W

1

25 at William & Mary* Oct.

1

3-5 s 1-3 SC s William E. Dole

1960

L

8 at East Carolina* 15 Wofford

24- 0 W 14- 0 W

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

24 at VMI*

L

1-9 s 0-6 SC s Dave Fagg L

L

17 Richmond* (HC)

7- 42

L

7- 27

1

7- 6 W

at Charlotte, N.C.

Nov.

L

1969

1

Oct.

17- 21

L

15 Richmond*

7 William & Mary*

L

9 VMI*

L

41- 12 W

L

18- 36

3- 27

28- 7 W 21- 28

0- 13

14 Lafayette

31 Wofford (HC)

30- 18 W

0- 28

16- 7 W

3 at The Citadel*

L L

3 at The Citadel*

21- 20 W

26 Presbyterian

14- 24 14- 41

2 The Citadel1*

17- 14 W

9- 44

28 East Carolina*

L

10 at Presbyterian

1 at Wofford

Sept. 19 Catawba1

L

21 at The Citadel*

18 at VMI*

L

8- 6 W

8 at William & Mary*

1959

5 at Virginia 26 Furman*

Nov.

0- 35

L L

1971

38- 13 W

13- 22

12 Connecticut (HC)

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

7- 28

34- 53 28- 29

Sept. 11 at Wake Forest

3-6 s 1-3 SC s Homer Smith 28 at Richmond*

Oct.

38- 0 W

30- 7 W

18 at West Virginia*

was canceled due to an outbreak of the flu

Sept. 19 Catawba

L

13- 21

due to assassination of President Kennedy

1

L

17- 24

19 at Richmond*

Homecoming versus Presbyterian on Oct. 26

5-4 s 2-3 SC s William E. Dole

17- 42

7 Richmond*

L

Nov. 23 game against Wofford was canceled

1958

30 East Carolina*

T

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

45- 22 W

6- 28

16 at William & Mary*

L

0- 17 14- 18

L

23 at Furman*

10- 10

5 VMI*

21- 46

14 Presbyterian (HC)

1-5-2 s 0-4-1 SC s William E. Dole

Sept. 14 at Furman*

26- 7 W

28 at East Carolina

Nov.

4-5 s 1-5 SC s Homer Smith

1967

7- 20

7 Lafayette 14 William & Mary*

13- 9 W

20 at VMI*

1957

Oct.

L

43- 7 W

Sept. 20 Catawba1

Nov.

14- 16

Nov.

at Charlotte, N.C.

20 Stetson

1963

Oct.

25 Wittenberg

* Southern Conference game ** designated Southern Conference game # Colonial League game ^ Pioneer Football League game (HC) Homecoming game

1

at Charlotte, N.C.

Nov.

L

T

7- 0 W

34- 27 W 28- 40

7- 7

14- 27

L

12 at Wofford

13 William & Mary* (HC)

3 Richmond*

L

49- 13 W 17- 23

48- 6 W

10 at Wofford

L

7- 40

21- 17 W

13 at Washington & Lee*

T

26- 28

29 The Citadel* (HC) 5 at Lehigh

LEGEND

13- 9 W

22 at Richmond*

15- 0 W

1

Oct.

8 at East Carolina* 15 at Presbyterian

1

1956

4-5 s 2-3 SC s Homer Smith

1966

Sept. 17 George Washington*

0- 55

L

10- 26

L

14- 69

L

0- 44

L

0- 14

L

1 at Kenyon

14- 10 W

8 Lehigh

19- 37

L

3- 31

L

15 at Lafayette


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 22 at Appalachian State*

Sept. 18 Colgate

L

14- 21

L

0- 0

T

22 at Colgate#

0- 21

L

16 Madison (HC)

12- 17

L

29 at Bucknell#

13- 21

L

23 at Hampden-Sydney

20- 14 W

30 at Guilford

27- 6 W

9 at Randolph-Macon

6 at Delaware

8 Wofford (HC)

Nov.

6- 63

L

20- 30

L

1989

6- 40

L

Sept. 9 Millsaps

The 1990 team went 5-3 in Dave Fagg’s first season of his second tenure.

20- 17 W

17 Washington & Lee

42- 14 W

24 at Bucknell

12- 44

L

7- 43

L

1 Lehigh

49- 7 W

14 Catawba

Sept. 11 Wofford

0- 54

18 Georgetown (Ky.)

22 Hampden-Sydney

20- 24

L

25 Newberry

0- 21

L

5 Delaware

7- 41

L

12 at Lafayette

18- 20

L

Oct.

14- 30

L

16 at Washington & Lee

34- 7 W

23 Wofford

31- 27 W

30 Bucknell (HC)

20- 21

7 at Randolph-Macon

L

42- 0 W

14 at Lehigh

21- 27

21 at Hampden-Sydney

23- 14 W

28 Guilford1

35- 42

L

14- 56

L

4 at Furman

9 Guilford (HC)

Nov.

22 Lafayette

16- 13 W 0- 33

6 Randolph-Macon (HC)

L

30 at Furman

14- 63

L

6 Bucknell

0- 21

L

2-8 s 0-5 SC s Ed Farrell L

7- 13

L

0- 50

L

24 at Newberry 1 at James Madison** 8 at Guilford

L

35- 6 W 0- 10

L

14 Gardner-Webb

14- 49

L

21 at Bucknell**

14- 34

L

28 at Newberry

0- 41

L

5 Furman*

7- 58

L

12 at The Citadel*

0- 31

L

19 Pennsylvania** (HC)

0- 15

L

26 at James Madison**

0- 28

L

2 at Wofford

21- 17 W

9 West Virginia Tech

10- 35

L

28- 35

L

16 Catawba

29 Furman* (HC) 5 at Bucknell** 12 Catawba

7- 19

L

12- 41

L

7- 55

L

7- 50

L

28- 21 W

0-9 s 0-6 SC s Vic Gatto

1986

Sept. 6 Lenoir-Rhyne

14- 31

L

13 Wofford

10- 20

L

20 at East Tennessee State*

16- 41

L

4 at Appalachian State*

6- 63

L

7- 27

L

Oct.

11 Bucknell**

33- 17 W

15 South Carolina State

Nov.

Nov.

0- 13

Nov.

18 Lafayette** (HC)

14- 51

L

25 at Marshall*

14- 63

L

8 at Furman*

0- 59

L

15 at Catawba

28- 51

L

1-10 s 0-3 COLONIAL s Vic Gatto

1987

Sept. 5 at Presbyterian

2-8 s 0-5 SC s Ed Farrell

1984

Sept. 8 at Western Carolina*

L

15 Guilford

13- 45

L

12- 27

L

L

0- 47

L

19 Bucknell#

3- 34

L

26 Princeton1 Oct.

7- 24

12 at Lehigh#

3 at Dartmouth

6- 42

L

7- 38

L

20 Hampden-Sydney

42- 6 W

22 Newberry

14- 28

L

27 at Guilford

40- 16 W

10 Wingate (HC)

27- 50

L

29 at Pennsylvania**

14- 19

L

17 at Lafayette#

10- 38

L

6 The Citadel* (HC)

14- 37

L

24 at Wofford

10- 0 W

13 James Madison**

7- 28

L

20 Bucknell

3- 30

L

27 Wofford

7- 0 W

3 Furman 10 at Wofford

55- 63

L

28- 48

L

Oct.

5-5 s Ed Farrell

1980 Sept. 13 Springfield

42- 14 W

20 at Lafayette

20- 27

27 at Southwestern

56- 3 W

4 Bucknell

L

21- 13 W

11 at Boston University

14- 35

L

18 Lehigh (HC)

14- 49

L

25 at Hampden-Sydney

14- 7 W

1 Guilford

Nov.

3 at Furman* 10 at Catawba

7- 55

31 Furman Nov.

7 West Virginia Tech 14 Catawba

L

15 at The Citadel

7- 21

L

14- 31

L

3- 58

L

25- 41

L

20- 27

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

Nov.

1988

16- 34

L

15- 0 W 7- 49

24 at Wagner

11- 35

L

30 Johnson C. Smith1

15- 18

L

12- 14

L

7 Fordham

52- 0 W

21 Ferrum

13- 59

4 at VMI

12 at Wofford 19 Lafayette Oct.

3 at Bucknell 10 Boston University 17 at The Citadel 24 Hampden-Sydney (HC)

Nov.

7- 32

L

0- 51

L

36- 39

L

13- 14

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

1

5-3 s Dave Fagg

1990 Sept. 1 Sewanee

9- 17

8 at Millsaps

L

24- 13 W

15 Johnson C. Smith

17- 7 W

22 Emory & Henry

31- 27 W

29 at Dickinson

16- 38

L

Oct. 13 Methodist (HC)

49- 7 W

27 Guilford

20- 17 W

Nov.

3 at Rhodes

13- 23

11 at Baptist1

L

35- 17 W

Exhibition game versus club team

1

4-5 s Dave Fagg

1991 Sept. 7 at Guilford

3- 21

14 Clinch Valley

L

32- 7 W

21 Rhodes 28 at Emory & Henry Oct. 12 at Washington & Lee 19 at Methodist

9- 13

L

14- 39

L

16- 14 W 28- 30

L

26 Charleston Southern (HC) 33- 17 W Nov.

2 Hampden-Sydney

14- 56

16 Bridgewater

L

30- 7 W

5-5 s Dave Fagg

1992 Sept. 5 Guilford

18- 3 W

12 at Sewanee

20- 37

L

19 at Rhodes

6- 31

L

26 Emory & Henry

7- 36

L

Oct. 10 Washington & Lee (HC)

12- 27

L

17 at Methodist

27- 6 W

24 Charleston Southern

32- 27 W

31 at Hampden-Sydney Nov.

7 Centre

28- 13 W

Sept. 11 at Sewanee

3- 7

18 Rhodes

L

L

41- 12 W 0- 27

2 at Guilford

L

35- 24 W

9 at Washington & Lee

22- 21 W

L

6-4 s Tim Landis

1993

Oct.

18- 35

10- 3 W

25 at Emory & Henry Sept. 5 at Newberry

L

14 at Methodist

14 at Bridgewater

4-6 s Ed Farrell

1981

L L

16 at Dayton

11 Salisbury State (HC)

0-10 s 0-4 COLONIAL s Vic Gatto

Sept. 3 Presbyterian

28- 31 13- 38

2-8 s Vic Gatto

28 at Wofford

30- 15 W

33- 20 W

8 at Furman

Oct.

13- 12 W

22 at The Citadel*

42- 6 W

13 at Lehigh

14- 49

12- 35

35- 7 W

29 at Bucknell

23 at Lafayette

17 Lafayette** Oct.

Oct.

35- 22 W

L

at Charlotte, N.C.

15 Southwestern

L

7- 21

L

6-4 s Ed Farrell

7- 35

Sept. 10 at Wofford

17- 12 W

Sept. 8 Catawba

L

L

1983

Sept. 7 Western Carolina*

33- 21 W 7- 8

1-10 s 0-6 SC s Vic Gatto

1985

L

7- 24

13 at Catawba

1

1979

2 James Madison 16 at South Carolina State

5-5 s Ed Farrell

11 Lafayette

Nov.

3-7 s Ed Farrell

1982

31- 0 W

Sept. 9 Fordham

Oct.

52- 29 W

15 at Guilford

1978

5 at East Tennessee State 12 Lafayette#

4-6 s Ed Farrell

29 at VMI

Nov.

L

15- 32

8 Randolph-Macon (HC)

Oct.

3- 24

15 at Guilford

Sept. 10 at Fordham

Nov.

L

1 Dartmouth

L

1977

Oct.

L

3- 9

L

18 at The Citadel

Nov.

Oct.

20- 43

24 at Fordham

0- 16

13 Lafayette

Oct.

10 Lehigh#

7- 17

25 Bucknell

Nov.

L

2-6-1 s Ed Farrell

1976

Oct.

7- 52

21- 14 W

16 Methodist

35- 7 W

7- 14

L

23 Randolph-Macon (HC)

16- 21

3- 23

L

30 Hampden-Sydney

21- 14 W

44- 14 W 3- 23

Nov.

L

6 at Centre 13 Bridgewater

31- 44

L L

55- 14 W

42- 14 W

31 at Lehigh

7- 69

L

7 Furman

12- 30

L

1994 The 1993 Wildcats were 6-4 in Tim Landis’ first campaign.

Sept. 17 at Maryville

3-7 s Tim Landis 14- 19

L

67


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 24 Emory & Henry (HC) Oct.

1 Guilford 8 Washington & Lee 15 at Methodist

7- 34

L

14- 34

L

3- 9

L

9- 6 W

22 at Randolph-Macon

14- 28

L

29 at Hampden-Sydney

7- 12

L

7- 9

L

5 Centre

Nov.

LEGEND * Southern Conference game ** designated Southern Conference game # Colonial League game ^ Pioneer Football League game (HC) Homecoming game

12 at Bridgewater

37- 6 W

19 Sewanee1

28- 14 W

Oct.

Bermuda Bowl, Hamilton, Bermuda

1

Sept. 9 Sewanee 16 Maryville 23 at Emory & Henry 30 at Guilford Oct.

7 at Washington & Lee 14 Methodist (HC) 21 at Randolph-Macon 28 Hampden-Sydney

Nov.

4 at Centre 11 Bridgewater

Sept. 14 at Maryville

Nov.

14- 16

L

0- 36

L

19- 22

L

6- 21

L

7- 7

T

L

5 Guilford

The 2000 Wildcats compiled the school’s only undefeated season. Sept. 6 VMI

12 Washington & Lee

23- 12 W

19 at Methodist

13- 42

L

26 Randolph-Macon

24- 31

L

2 at Hampden-Sydney

24- 21 W

9 Centre

42- 21 W 27- 24 W

20 Sewanee

42- 14 W

27 at Emory & Henry

35- 49

4 at Guilford

Oct.

Nov.

22- 25

L L

18 Methodist (HC)

16- 19

L

25 at Randolph-Macon

15- 22

L

1 Hampden-Sydney

43- 0 W

8 at Centre

14- 19

L

15 Bridgewater (OT)

10- 13

L

22 at South Florida

3- 48

L

19 at Sewanee (OT)

16- 9 W

26 Emory & Henry

24- 27

3 Guilford

L

29- 7 W

17 at Methodist

26- 0 W

24 Randolph-Macon (HC)

30- 16 W

31 at Hampden-Sydney

23- 7 W

7 Centre

21-20 W

29 at Jacksonville^

20-10 W

23 Emory & Henry (HC)

17- 14 W

7 Morehead State (2OT)

38- 31 W

11 at Jacksonville^

37- 29 W

13 at Dayton^

28-38 L

14 at San Diego

27- 13 W

18 at Morehead State^

10- 35

L

20 Drake^

24-21 W

21 Randolph-Macon

20- 12 W

25 Austin Peay^

21- 31

L

27 at Butler^

28 at Hampden-Sydney

36- 17 W

27- 52

L

10- 30

L

4 Centre

Oct.

Nov.

22- 7 W

18 Georgetown

41- 17 W

4 Dayton

25- 32

8 Coastal Carolina 15 at Georgetown

20- 17 W

11 at Austin Peay

18 at Lenoir-Rhyne 25 Butler (HC)

24- 7 W 3- 45

L

Oct.

23- 6 W

L

16 Morehead State^ 23 at San Diego

20 at Randolph-Macon (OT)

27- 24 W

27 Hampden-Sydney

37- 19 W

6 at Austin Peay^ (2OT) 13 Georgetown

2005

was canceled due to the events of 9/11

Sept. 3 at VMI

0- 40

L L

11 Jacksonville

15- 20

21- 0 W

25 at Emory & Henry

13- 17

7-3 s 2-1 PFL s Mike Toop

17 Lenoir-Rhyne 24 at Valparaiso

L

0- 23

L

Nov.

9- 16

2 Guilford (HC)

28- 21 W 35- 28 W

16 at Georgetown

28- 27 W

23 at Randolph-Macon

24- 16 W

38- 22 W

29-35 L

18 Dayton^

22-41 L 17-20 L

1 at Campbell^

49 -0 W

8 San Diego^

24-28 L

15 Marist

19-24 L

22 Butler^

46-34 W

3-7 s 3-5 PFL s Tripp Merritt

2009

12 Lenoir-Rhyne (HC)

48- 17 W

13-26 L

11 at Valparaiso^(OT)

19 Campbell^

0-56 L 0-42 L 24 -7 W

28- 10 W

1 Drake (HC)

17- 58

3 at Jacksonville^

21-27 L

34- 7 W

8 Austin Peay^

44- 6 W

10 Morehead State^

16-10 W

28 Emory & Henry

44- 7 W

15 at Jacksonville^

13- 21

L

17 at Dayton^

22 at Morehead State^

13- 31

L

24 Drake^

15- 45

L

7- 39

L

12 Georgetown

21- 25

L

19 at Valparaiso

49- 32 W

26 Wesley

31- 0 W

29 Dayton Nov. 12 at Georgetown

41- 38 W

2006

9 at Austin Peay^

49- 28 W

Sept. 2 at VMI 9 Wingate (OT)

2003 Aug. 30 Wingate

3-8 s 1-2 PFL s Mike Toop 10- 22

L

10- 3 W

Oct.

0-17 L 16-21 L

31 at Butler^ Nov.

7-14 L

7 at San Diego^ 14 Marist^

6-4 s 5-2 PFL s Tripp Merritt

2 at Hampden-Sydney

34-27 W 6-14 L

3-8 s 3-5 PFL s Tripp Merritt

19- 20

L

2010

16- 22

L

Sept. 4 Georgetown

10-20 L

16 at Lenoir-Rhyne

24- 14 W

11 at Lenoir-Rhyne

13-41 L

30 San Diego^ (HC)

21- 50

18 at Campbell^

28-27 W

25 Jacksonville^

15-42 L

L Oct.

9 Butler^ 16 at Morehead State^

Nov.

31- 12 W 24- 14 W

38-35 W

4 at Morehead State^

Sept. 5 at No. 11 Elon

L L

27 Jacksonville^ (HC)

21 at Newberry 5 Morehead State^ (HC)

Oct.

L

32- 7 W

9-21 L 20-16 W

14 Jacksonville^

L

9 at Washington & Lee

13 Austin Peay

L

44 -6 W

13 at Lenoir-Rhyne

25 at Drake^

14- 6 W

18 Sewanee

6 at Centre

17- 20

0- 33

21- 6 W

Sept. 2 at Morehead State

30 Hampden-Sydney

L

49-52 L

4-7 s 3-5 PFL s Tripp Merritt

2008

Oct.

21-49 L

44-32 W

3 at San Diego^

Sept. 6 at UNC Pembroke

14- 10 W 0- 56

6 Morehead State^

10 Valparaiso^

4-6 s 1-2 PFL s Tripp Merritt

Homecoming versus Drake on Sept. 15

8-3 s Tim Landis

1999

Nov.

L

17- 12 W

16- 41

Oct.

21- 14 W 26- 29

L

Sept. 7 at VMI

L

9 Jacksonville^

L

27- 41

3- 26

L

17- 28

3 at Centre

L

27- 45

24- 26

Nov.

24- 31

2 at Dayton

13 at Georgetown

6 at Morehead State^

L

2-7 s 1-2 PFL s Mike Toop

2004

5-4 s 1-2 PFL s Mike Toop

2002

24- 7 W

10 Washington & Lee

15 Lenoir-Rhyne (HC)

45- 21 W

10 Greensboro College

Nov.

31-21 W 30-33 L

45- 27 W

10 Austin Peay^

L

8 at Wingate

27 at Emory & Henry

22 at Emory & Henry

Oct.

L

20 at Butler

8 at Jacksonville^

Nov.

7- 54

Sept. 1 UNC Pembroke

14- 0 W

Sept. 1 Valparaiso

Oct.

L

L

50- 10 W

6-4 s 4-3 PFL s Tripp Merritt

2007 9- 31

48- 14 W 15- 35

36- 7 W

2001

8-2 s Tim Landis 14- 19

13 San Diego

Sept. 11 at Coastal Carolina

L

22- 32

4 at Drake^

16 at Sewanee

Sept. 9 Jacksonville

3-8 s Tim Landis 41- 25 W

10-0 s Joe Susan

2000

13- 10 W

14 at Bridgewater

68

L

17- 24

Sept. 12 at Jacksonville

Nov.

13- 19

28 Emory & Henry (HC)

1998

Oct.

L

L

11 at Washington & Lee

Nov.

28- 31

16- 17

Sept. 13 Maryville

Oct.

L

21 at Sewanee

1997

Nov.

L

0- 32

24- 14 W

16 at Bridgewater

Oct.

21- 28

27- 24 W 37- 36 W

11 Butler^

6-4 s Tim Landis

1996

Oct.

Nov.