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TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Coaching Staff Head Coach Rick Chamberlin................................................. 16 Offensive Coordinator Dave Whilding.................................... 19 Assistant Coach Chris Ochs..................................................... 19 Assistant Coach Landon Fox................................................... 20 Assistant Coach Craig Turner.................................................. 20 Assistant Coach Anthony Davis............................................... 20 Assistant Coach Kris Ketron.................................................... 21 Assistant Coach Kevin Hoyng................................................. 21 Assistant Coach Trevor Zeiders............................................... 21 Assistant Coach Alex Bailey................................................... 22 Assistant Coach Kevin McCoy................................................. 22 The Flyers Bailin, Belanger, Bellman...................................................... 24 Boykin,Collins, Crawford....................................................... 25 Deboer, Elger, Fornek............................................................ 26 Friedrich, Fumagalli, Glavin................................................... 27 Griffis, Harmon, Homan....................................................... 28 Hujik, Jacob, Johnston.......................................................... 29 Kaltenbach, Kern, Langhorst.................................................. 30 Mack, McPherson, Mewhinney............................................... 31 Miller,Millio Morante............................................................. 32 Papp, Pechan, Pfleger........................................................... 33 Phillips, Prindle, Riddle.......................................................... 34 Ries, Robbe,Saul................................................................... 35 Savisky, Schmitt, Sebetic........................................................ 36 Strong, Studt, Valentino......................................................... 37 Vercammen Walton, Warford................................................. 38 Watkins, Weber, Welsh.......................................................... 39 Wingeier, Wirkus, Zapinski.................................................... 40 Returnees............................................................................. 41 Newcomers........................................................................... 45 2009 Review Final Statistics....................................................................... 47 Game-by-Game Review......................................................... 49 The Last Time........................................................................ 52 Football History UD Legends.......................................................................... 54 Flyer Honors......................................................................... 56 Records................................................................................. 58 Postseason History................................................................ 61 Team Awards......................................................................... 64 Coaching Records.................................................................. 66 Year-By-Year Results............................................................. 68 All-Time Roster...................................................................... 73 The University President Dr. Daniel J. Curran................................................ 78 Vice-President/Director of Athletics Tim Wabler...................... 78 Associate AD Mike Kelly........................................................ 78 Academic Services................................................................. 79 NCAA Compliance.................................................................. 79 Strength & Conditioning........................................................ 80 Sports Medicine..................................................................... 80

CREDITS The 2010 University of Dayton Football Media Guide is a publication of the University of Dayton Athletics Communication Office. Written and edited by Alfred Tomlinson. Produced by Doug Hauschild. Editorial assistance from Seith Iiames and Krystal Warren. Photos courtesy of Eric Schelkun (Elsestar Images), Timothy Boone (Avalon Communications), Larry Burgess (UD Public Relations), Leon Chuck (PressBox Images), Paul Studt, Tim Zechar, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Outback Bowl/Bob Fiallo. Printed by ?? Post Printing of Minster, Ohio (Rep: Nick Rentz).

MEDIA INFORMATION WHIO Radio All UD football games can be heard on News/Talk WHIO Radio 1290 AM and 95.7 FM. The broadcast crew will be WHIO sports director Larry Hansgen (larry.hansgen@cox.com) handling play-by-play and UD Hall of Fame football coach Mike Kelly (michael.kelly@ notes.udayton.edu) providing analysis. All games can be heard live via the internet at www.1290whio.com, or linked from www. DaytonFlyers.com. Dayton Daily News Beat writer: Doug Harris (dharris@daytondailynews.com) Columnist: Tom Archdeacon (tom_archdeacon@coxohio.com) Sports editor: Brian Kollars (bkollars@daytondailynews.com) The Rick Chamberlin Show Every week, head coach Rick Chamberlin has both a television and radio show. The half-hour TV show airs at 11:30 a.m. Sunday mornings on WHIO-TV (Ch. 7) and is hosted by Mike Hartsock. The hour-long radio show airs Mondays at 7:00 p.m. from Milanos on Brown Street and is hosted by Larry Hansgen. Visit www.DaytonFlyers.com for more information.

The University Founded.......................................................... 1850 Enrollment..................................................... 7,700 Colors................... Red (PMS 200) & Blue (PMS 288) Conference.......................... Pioneer Football League President.....................................Dr. Daniel J. Curran VP/Director of Athletics............................ Tim Wabler Stadium........................................Welcome Stadium Capacity........................................................11,000 Surface........................................... 24/7 Sport Turf Press Box....................................... (937) 542-4093 Ticket Office................................... (937) 229-4433 Athletics Communication Football Contact................................ Doug Hauschild Email............................................ sid@udayton.edu Office............................................. (937) 229-4390 Cell................................................ (937) 272-4503 Fax................................................ (937) 229-4461 Coaching Staff Head Coach......................................Rick Chamberlin Alma Mater / Year............................. Dayton / 1980 Career Record / Years............................ 18-5/2 Year Record at UD / Years............................ 18-5/ 2 Year Offensive Coordinator/QBs................. Dave Whilding Defensive Coordinator/DBs.................... Landon Fox Offensive Line.......................................... Chris Ochs Running Backs................................... Anthony Davis Defensive Line/Special Teams.................Craig Turner Defensive Ends....................................Trevor Zeiders Flyers/Nickels......................................... Kris Ketron Tight Ends............................................ Kevin Hoyng Wide Receivers........................................Alex Bailey Defensive Backs....................................Kevin McCoy Football Secretary.................................. Sandy Bales Equipment Manager...............................Tony Caruso Head Trainer...................................Steve Foster, ATC Football Office Phone..................... (937) 229-4423 2009 Review Overall Record.................................................... 9-2 League Record / Finish.............................. 7-1/T-1st Final National Rank............................................ n/a Program History Inaugural Season............................................. 1905 NCAA D-III National Titles....................................... 2 NCAA D-III National Finalist.................................... 3 NCAA D-IAA Mid-Major National Champions............ 2 PFL Champions.................................................... 10

2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DAY DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat.

Robert Morris Duquesne Morehead State * Central State Valparaiso * San Diego * Butler * Campbell * Davidson * Drake * Marist *

HOME Pittsburgh, PA HOME HOME HOME San Diego, CA Indianapolis, IN HOME Davidson, NC HOME Poughkeepsie, NY

Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

*PFL games. All home games played at Welcome Stadium. All times Eastern.

TIME

1:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM

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Introduction Flyer Flyer Football Tradition................................................... 4 UD Football: The NFL Connection............................................. 6 UD Athletics: Fantastic Facilities............................................... 8 Outlook................................................................................ 10 Pre-Season Depth Chart........................................................ 11 Roster Information................................................................ 12 Roster Breakdowns............................................................... 14

QUICK FACTS

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FLYER FOOTBALL SUCCESS IN THE CLASSROOM In the last 10 years, the University of Dayton football team has produced 19 Academic All-Americans, the most of any college football program. In the history of the Academic All-America program, UD football has had 49 Academic AllAmericans. Among school currently playing Division I football, only Nebraska (97) and Notre Dame (52) have had more. UD has had at least one football player named an Academic All-American in 23 of the last 24 years. Current team orthopedic consultant, Dr. Tim Quinn, was Flyer football’s first First Team Academic All-American in 1971. UD has had six two-time First Team Academic All-Americans, the first being Quinn and the most recent being current Flyer, defensive end Brandon Wingeier. UD had the most players on the Pioneer Football league Academic Honor Roll for the eighth straight year in 2009.

SUCCESS ON THE FIELD UD had the second-best winning percentage in all of NCAA FCS football since this century began. And UD has not been shutout in a school-record 376 games entering the 2009 season, the longest active streak in college football.

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TOP FIVE NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SUBDIVISION WINNING PERCENTAGES SINCE 2000 No. School 1. Montana 2. DAYTON 3. Harvard

League Big Sky Pioneer Ivy

W 119 87 76

L 23 23 23

Pct. .838 .791 .768

4. 5.

App. State N. Dakota*

Southern Great West

93 101

31 33

.750 .753

*Reclassifying from Division II


FLYER FOOTBALL = CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL The last quarter-century-plus of University of Dayton football could easily be called “UD’s Championship Era.” As an NCAA Division III team, the Flyers won two national championships and four regional championships. And since moving to the NCAA I-AA “mid-major” level in 1993, Dayton has won one national title and 10 Pioneer Football League Championships. UD has won 10 PFL crowns (including ties) in the 17-year history of the league.

STRENGTH OF THE PROGRAM

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With the top NCAA FCS non-scholarship winning percentage (.790 over the last 15 years) and the eighth-all-time among schools now playing FCS football (.636 since the program began in 1905), the University of Dayton football program is one of the most-successful in the country. A big reason for that is the continuity at the top. New head coach Rick Chamberlin has been a part of Dayton football since 1975 – first as an All-American linebacker, then as an assistant coach, and now as a head coach. Offensive coordinator Dave Whilding has been a Flyer almost as long, joining the UD coaching staff in 1977. The rest of the Dayton coaching staff includes two former UD football players and men who have a combined 51 years creating, preserving and deepening “Flyer Pride.”

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UD FOOTBALL THE SUPERBOWL CONNECTION

Former University of Dayton football players Jon Gruden ‘86 (right) and Chuck Noll ‘53 (below) have combined to coach NFL teams to five Super Bowl rings. Gruden’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers won Super Bowl XXXVII while Noll is the only coach in history to win four Super Bowls (IX, X, XII and XIV). In NFL history, Dayton ranks first among head coaches with the five rings to its alums credit. Noll, now retired, was inducted to the NFL Hall of Fame in 1995.

CHUCK NOLL ‘53

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SUPER BOWL WINNING COACHES AND THEIR ALMA MATERS

Game

Winning Coach, Team

Alma Mater

I

Vince Lombardi, Green Bay

Fordham

II

Vince Lombardi, Green Bay

Fordham

III

Weeb Ewbank, N.Y. Jets

IV

Hank Stram, Kansas City

V

Don McCafferty, Baltimore

VI

Tom Landry, Dallas

VII

Don Shula, Miami

John Carroll

VIII

Don Shula, Miami

John Carroll

IX

Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh

Dayton

X

Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh

Dayton

XI

John Madden, Oakland

XII

Tom Landry, Dallas

XIII

Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh

Dayton

XIV

Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh

Dayton

XV

Tom Flores, Oakland

XVI

Bill Walsh, San Francisco

San Jose State

XVII

Joe Gibbs, Washington

San Diego State

XVIII

Tom Flores, L.A. Raiders

U. of the Pacific

XIX

Bill Walsh, San Francisco

San Jose State

XX

Mike Ditka, Chicago

XXI

Bill Parcells, N.Y. Giants

XXII

Joe Gibbs, Washington

San Diego State

XXIII

Bill Walsh, San Francisco

San Jose State

XXIV

George Siefert, San Francisco

XXV

Bill Parcells, N.Y. Giants

XXVI

Joe Gibbs, Washington

San Diego State

XXVII

Jimmy Johnson, Dallas

Arkansas

XXVIII

Jimmy Johnson, Dallas

Arkansas

XXIX

George Siefert, San Francisco

XXX

Barry Switzer, Dallas

XXXI

Mike Holmgren, Green Bay

XXXII

Mike Shanahan, Denver

Eastern Illinois

XXXIII

Mike Shanahan, Denver

Eastern Illinois

XXXIV

Dick Vermeil, St. Louis

San Jose State

XXXV

Brian Billick, Baltimore

XXXVI

Bill Belichick, New England

Wesleyan

XXXVII Jon Gruden, Tampa Bay

Dayton

Miami (OH) Purdue Ohio State Texas

Cal Poly SLO Texas

U. of the Pacific

Pittsburgh Wichita State

Utah Wichita State

Utah Arkansas

JON GRUDEN ‘86

BYU

XXXVIII

Bill Belichick, New England

Wesleyan

XXXIX

Bill Belichick, New England

XL

Bill Cowher, Pittsburgh

XLI

Tony Dungy, Indianapolis

Minnesota

XLII

Tom Coughlin, NY Giants

Syracuse

XLIII

Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh

XLIV

Sean Payton, Saints

Wesleyan North Carolina State

Georgia Eastern Illinois

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UD ATHLETICS

FANTASTIC FACILITIES ARENA SPORTS COMPLEX

BASEBALL – SOFTBALL – TRACK & FIELD - FOOTBALL Located adjacent to the UD Arena, the UD Arena Sports Complex includes the $4 million Time Warner Cable Stadium for baseball, the UD Softball Stadium, the Jerry Von Mohr Practice Field and the new Courtyard by Marriott - University of Dayton.

BAUJAN FIELD SOCCER

The home of Flyer soccer features a state-of-the-art grass playing surface and terraced seating, to make it one of the nation’s most unique soccer venues. Women’s soccer annually ranks among the NCAA leaders in attendance.

NCR COUNTRY CLUB (NCR SOUTH COURSE) GOLF

NCR’s South Course has hosted the 1969 PGA Championship (won by Raymond Floyd), the 1986 U.S. Women’s Open (won by Jane Geddes) and the 2005 U.S. Senior Open (won by Allen Doyle). NCR Country Club also hosts numerous local and regional PGA events and played host to the 2003 Atlantic 10 Men’s Golf Championship.

TIME WARNER CABLE STADIUM BASEBALL

Part of the UD Arena Sports Complex, Time Warner Cable Stadium is home to UD baseball. The stadium features covered chair-back seating, a press box, concessions and restrooms. Located down the right field line is an indoor hitting and pitching facility, which also includes locker rooms. The playing surface is a natural grass field with state-of-the-art drainage and irrigation.

FRERICKS CENTER VOLLEYBALL

The third-largest volleyball-only venue in the NCAA, the Frericks Center features a new state-of-the-art Robbins Bio-channel court. An extensive seating renovation and environmental graphics package was completed during the summer of 2004. The facility is named for the late Thomas J. Frericks, the Flyers’ longtime Director of Athletics, and was the former home of Dayton Basketball. Volleyball consistently leads the Atlantic 10 in attendance and played host to the 2007 and 2008 NCAA Women’s Volleyball First and Second Rounds.

WELCOME STADIUM FOOTBALL

Located adjacent to the UD Arena, the 11,000-seat Welcome Stadium features a video replay scoreboard, lights and field turf. A three-phase renovation program has added a new playing surface, new facade and press box. The Flyers have won nearly 85 percent of their games at Welcome Stadium.

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UD ARENA BASKETBALL

The crown jewel of UD’s superb athletic facilities, the UD arena is regarded as one of the nation’s best college venues. A regular stop for the NCAA Tournament, UD arena has hosted a total of 82 NCAA post season games since opening in 1969 - the best among active venues and second all-time. UD will host the 2010 NCAA Men’s Opening Round Game and the 2010 NCAA Women’s Regional. The Flyer men led the Atlantic 10 Conference in attendance during the 2008-2009 season.

ATHLETIC PRACTICE FACILITY (APC) FLYER INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY

The newly renovated Athletic Practice Facility provides quality indoor practice space for basketball, football, track & field, tennis, soccer, baseball and softball teams. The refurbished facility opened in January 2007, benefiting more than 350 Flyers student-athletes. By adding the additional practice space, UD teams have gained flexibility to train and practice. The improved facilities have decreased injuries, lessened travel time for student-athletes, and serve as a great recruiting tool for Dayton. It enables the Flyers to simultaneously enhance the studentathlete experience and competitive performance.

THE DONOHER BASKETBALL CENTER

The University of Dayton dedicated its Donoher Basketball Center at the UD Arena on June 19, 1998. While the name gives away the fact it is a great asset for Flyer basketball (Don Donoher is the winningest men’s basketball coach in UD history), it has also become the home for Flyer football.

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The Center nearly doubled the amount of space previously available for the team, and includes a spacious locker room, coach’s room, training room, and equipment room. As part of the cutting-edge technology included in the Center, UD utilizes Digital Sports Video editing equipment.

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2010 OUTLOOK

2010 Team Captains – Joe Ries, Tyler Friedrich and Steve Valentino Head coach Rick Chamberlin is eager to take the field for his third season at the helm of the Dayton Flyers. Chamberlin heads a team that returns 84 letterwinners, including 15 returning starters, 10 of which can be found on the offensive side of the ball. Included in that list are all five offensive linemen, three wide receivers, Pioneer Football League Offensive Player of the Year Steve Valentino at quarterback and Football Championship Subdivision Second Team All-American James Vercammen. Last season UD finished with a share of its 10th PFL title after going 9-2 on the year. The Flyers came just short of playing in their second Gridiron Classic due to a tie-breaker scenario that advanced Butler. The preseason favorite to capture their 11th PFL title, the Flyers are hungry to continue to their winning ways in 2010. This year’s Flyers will be led by captains Tyler Friedrich, Joe Ries and Steve Valentino. Valentino is no stranger to this responsibility, as he was voted to the same role in 2009. He enters the year on the Walter Payton Award Watch List after a dominant campaign running the Flyer’s offense. Valentino, a Solon, Ohio native, is a two-time First Team All PFL performer. The ironic thing is both selections aren’t at the same position. He earned his first selection after an impressive 626 yard, four touchdown season at wide receiver in 2008. However in 2009, early injuries plagued the Flyers and forced Valentino to step under center and play quarterback after the first game of the year. With minimal collegiate experience at the position, Valentino played marvelously, showing the athleticism and intangibles of a seasoned vet. He led the PFL in total offensive yards (281.6 ypg.) and completed 59.4% (170 of 286) of his passes. This will be Friedrich and Ries’ first year as captains, after being mainstays for the Flyers on the field over the last two years. The Dublin Jerome graduate, Friedrich, has played in 23 games, 15 of which were starts. He was a First Team All-PFL choice last year and enters 2010 as the starting left guard. Ries is a two-time First Team All-PFL selection and has made 23 straights starts for the Flyers at linebacker. He finished 2009 with 70 tackles, which was second-best on the team, and with a team-high three interceptions. He is one of three defensive starters back this year and was named to Phil Steele’s 2010 Preseason All-PFL First Team. The trio of captains will be expected to guide a talented team that returns all five First Team All-PFL performers from 2009, as well as second team choice, wide receiver Justin Watkins, and center Justin Griffis, an honorable mention pick. Hybrid safety/linebacker James Vercammen and Brandon Wingeier are among Ries, Friedrich, and Valentino as first team returners.

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Vercammen headlined a stout Dayton defense that finished the 2009 campaign as the PFL’s best. His 134 total tackles set a new PFL single-season record, were 25 more than anyone else in the PFL, and placed him third-best in the nation on the FCS level. He enters the year on the Buchanan Award Watch List and as a First Team Preseason All American.

Wingeier is coming off a year that many student-athletes can only dream of. Not only did the Newark, Ohio native, lead the team in sacks with 6.5 and finish second-best in tackles for loss (11.5), most impressively, he earned his second consecutive spot on the ESPN The Magazine First-Team All-American squad. There will be two questions that need to be answered coming into the season: can the offensive pick up where it left off from last year, and can the defensive reload and continue its dominance? With so much experience back on offense, the first question should be much easier to answer than the second. The defense will be tested the most. On the defensive line the Flyers are headlined by Wingeier, but the other three positions will be filled by players who have a total of two career starts. They will call on talented letterwinners Mike Morante and Zach Weber (who has both starts) inside, and senior Devon Langhorst at end to fill the voids on the defensive front. Dayton will also have to replace five of the back seven, as only starters Ries and Vercammen return from the 2009 campaign. Senior Ross Fumagalli will step in at linebacker, replacing his brother Drew. Seniors A.J Kaltenbach and Eric Robbe will slide in at safety. Redshirt freshman Kyle Sebetic and redshirt sophomore Matt Pfleger are expected to take over at cornerback. On special teams, UD returns all four pieces of last year’s core. Kickers Nick Glavin and Nate Miller are back, along with long snapper Tyler Schutz and holders Steve Valentino and Justin Watkins. Glavin and Miller combined to go 10-for-19 in field goals and 30for-32 in PAT’s. Miller punted 41 times for a 39.2 yard average, with 15 punts inside the 20. With such a talented team, it is easy to understand why the Flyers have high expectation for 2010.


DEPTH CHART

$$

S

LB

CB

DE

DT

LT

LG

11 LANGHORST 42 Kern

1 WATKINS 87 Savisky

53 STUDT 61 Corcoran

CB 24 SEBETIC 21 Walton

31 RIES 44 Belanger

94 WEBER 66 DeBoer

75 FRIEDRICH 73 Allen

3 HUJIK 34 Millio

8 KALTENBACH 26 Strong 16 Wirkus

LB

9 FUMAGALLI 40 Bailin

46 PFLEGER 83 Savage

SE WR

S

38 VERCAMMEN 41 Crawford

23 ROBBE 4 Pugh

DT

DE

RG

RT

57 MORANTE 72 Dunn 51 Schmitt

C

78 GRIFFIS 74 Saul

55 WINGEIER 48 Riddle

68 FORNEK 52 Elger

76 PRINDLE 73 Mewhinney

QB

WR

FL

6 COLLINS 82 Boykin

15 PAPP 22 Bellman

SPECIAL TEAMS

7 VALENTINO 19 Pechan 17 Splain

K P HOLD SNAP KR PR

RB 28 MACK 36 Jacob 32 Zapinski

13 Glavin 25 Miller 7 Valentino 86 Schutz 2 Hunter 1 Watkins

25 Miller 13 Glavin 1 Watkins 39 Martin 34 Millio 2 Hunter

Quarterback 7 Valentino, Steve RS SR QB 5-10 172 9d Voigt, Jake FR QB 6-0 185 10 Bardo, Will FR QB 6-3 190 12 Phillips, Jared JR QB/P 6-1 190 17 Splain, Zachary RS FR QB 6-1 170 19 Pechan, Jeff SR QB 6-2 175 Running Backs 5 Harris, Taylor RS SO RB 5-10 190 21d Clark, Miles FR RB 5-9 185 28 Mack, Brian RS SO RB 6-0 195 29 Washington, Robert RS FR RB 5-10 180 32 Zapinski, Andrew SR RB 5-11 195 36 Jacob, Dan RS SO RB 6-0 195 42 Huckestein, Grant FR RB 5-11 205 Offensive Line 54 Poelking, Dennis 64 Petraiuolo, Bill 67 Cronin, Ryan 74 Saul, Blake 52 Elger, Owen 62 Lisle, Nick 68 Fornek, Dan 73 Allen, Dave 75 Friedrich, Tyler 77 Luers, Matt 78 Griffis, Justin 79 Georgic, Grant 53 Studt, Eric 56 Estey, Ben 56d Pallay, Tim 61 Corcoran, Tom 63 Brandewie, Nathan 65 Warford, Jon 69 Cortopassi, Chris 70 Mewhinney, Jamie 71 O’Hara, Connor 76 Prindle, Dan

RS SO RS SO FR SR RS SO RS FR RS SR RS SO RS SR FR SR FR RS SR RS FR FR RS FR RS FR RS SO FR RS SO RS FR SR

C C C C OG OG OG OG OG OG OG OG OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT

6-2 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-6 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-3

245 260 240 270 275 270 268 250 275 240 275 265 280 240 250 275 230 260 280 255 265 275

Receivers 1 Watkins, Justin 3 Hujik, Tyler 6 Collins, Nick 11d Johnson, Branden 14d Salvato, Sal 15 Papp, Anthony 22 Bellman, Luke 27 Gillum, Nick 34 Millio, Justin 35 Cugliari, Brian 81 Powers, Andy 82 Boykin, Jordan 84 Sherk, Robbie 85 Young, Bill 86 Schutz, Tyler 87 Savisky, Tyler 88 Macis, Gabe Tight Ends 33 McPherson, Zach 45 Johnston, Alex 89 Elmore, Jordan 90 Haines, Mitchell 94d Horansky, Brian Linebackers 9 Fumagalli, Ross 19d Sward, Sean 31 Ries, Joe 34d Rigali, Jacob 36d Krafft, Clay 39 Martin, Jordan 40 Bailin, Bryan 44 Belanger, Sean 47 Homan, Joey 50 Monnier, Colin Defensive Line 11 Langhorst, Devon 42 Kern, Kevin 48 Riddle, Matt 49 Sweigert, Patrick 55 Wingeier, Brandon 58 Kaczkowski, Victor 90d Simpson, Justin

RS SR RS SO RS SR FR RS FR RS SR JR RS SO SR RS SO FR RS FR RS FR FR RS SO JR FR

WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR

5-11 5-11 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-11

185 165 190 170 160 195 175 200 183 170 185 210 180 180 205 180 170

RS SR SR RS FR RS FR FR

TE TE TE TE TE

5-11 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-3

205 235 210 245 210

SR FR RS SR FR FR RS FR RS SO RS SO SR RS FR

LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB

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

215 210 210 210 225 200 215 225 225 220

SR RS SO SR RS SO RS SR RS FR FR

DE DE DE DE DE DE DE

6-3 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-2

225 220 220 230 241 220 210

92 Dowd, Pat 96 Sadler, Anthony 43 Harmon, Marcus 51 Schmitt, Brad 57 Morante, Mike 59 Bell, Kevin 60 Andre, Matt 66 DeBoer, Phil 72 Dunn, Brannon 91 Vasey, Charlie 93 Fuller, Josh 94 Weber, Zach Cornerbacks 83 Savage, Howard 3d Yinger, Mitch 7d Aubrey, James 21 Walton, Chase 24 Sebetic, Kyle 33d Hunt, Tom 46 Pfleger, Matt Flyers 20 Janasek, Joe 37 Dorenkott, Matt 38 Vercammen, James 41 Crawford, Andre Safeties 2 Hunter, Gary 4 Pugh, Aaron 5d Ehrensberger, John 8 Kaltenbach, A.J. 26 Strong, Robert 16 Wirkus, Steve 18 Brockberg, Matt 22d Cripe, Kevin 23 Robbe, Eric 26d Welsh, Ben 30d Weston, Nick Kicking Specialists 13 Glavin, Nick 14 Froebe, Kenton 25 Miller, Nate 30 Sankovic, Pat 95 Bennett, Matt

FR RS FR RS SO SR RS SR RS FR FR RS SO RS FR SR FR RS SO

DE DE DT DT DT DT DT DT DT DT DT DT

6-2 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-0

230 250 230 240 250 235 245 270 240 240 245 270

FR FR JR JR RS FR RS FR RS SO

CB CB CB CB CB CB CB

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

175 175 188 185 165 185 200

RS FR RS FR RS SR RS SO

$$ $$ $$ $$

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

200 195 192 200

FR CB RS SO S FR S SR $$ RS FR S SR S RS SO S FR S SR S JR S FR S

5-9 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-0

165 195 190 195 180 185 190 180 205 190 185

SR RS SO RS SO RS FR FR

5-7 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-3

160 185 185 160 175

K/P K/P K/P K/P K/P

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ROSTER INFORMATION

NUMERICAL ROSTER

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO 73 60 7d 40 10 44 59 22 95 82 63 18 21d 6 61 69 41 22d 67 35 66 37 92 72 5 52 89 56 68 75 14 93 9 79 27 13 78 90d 43 5 47 94 42d 3d 33d 2 36 20 11d 45 58 8 42 36d 11 62

NAME Allen, Dave Andre, Matt Aubrey, James Bailin, Bryan Bardo, Will Belanger, Sean Bell, Kevin Bellman, Luke Bennett, Matt Boykin, Jordan Brandewie, Nathan Brockberg, Matt Clark, Miles Collins, Nick Corcoran, Tom Cortopassi, Chris Crawford, Andre Cripe, Kevin Cronin, Ryan Cugliari, Brian DeBoer, Phil Dorenkott, Matt Dowd, Pat Dunn, Brannon Ehrensberger, John Elger, Owen Elmore, Jordan Estey, Ben Fornek, Dan Friedrich, Tyler Froebe, Kenton Fuller, Josh Fumagalli, Ross Georgic, Grant Gillum, Nik Glavin, Nick Griffis, Justin Haines, Mitchell Harmon, Marcus Harris, Taylor Homan, Joey Horansky, Brian Huckenstein, Grant Hujik, Tyler Hunt, Tom Hunter, Gary Jacob, Dan Janasek, Joe Johnson, Branden Johnston, Alex Kaczkowski, Victor Kaltenbach,A.J. Kern, Kevin Krafft, Clay Langhorst, Devon Lisle, Nick

YEAR RS SO FR JR RS SO FR RS SO RS FR JR FR RS FR RS FR RS SO FR RS SR RS FR FR RS SO FR FR RS SO RS SO RS FR FR RS FR FR RS SO RS FR RS FR RS SR RS SR SR FR SR FR RS SO SR SR RS FR RS SO RS SO SR FR FR RS SO RS FR FR RS SO RS FR FR SR RS FR SR RS SO FR SR RS FR

POS. OG DT CB LB QB LB DT WR K/P WR OT S RB WR OT OG $$ S OT WR DT $$ DE DT S OG TE OT OG OG K/P DT LB OG WR K/P C TE DT RB LB TE RB WR CB CB RB $$ WR TE DE $$ DE LB DE OG

HT 6’ 2” 6’ 3” 5’ 10” 6’ 2” 6’ 3” 6’ 2” 6’ 3” 6’ 1” 5’ 11” 6’ 1” 6’ 5” 6’ 3” 5’ 9” 6’ 2” 6’ 4” 6’ 2” 6’ 0” 5’ 11” 6’ 2” 6’ 0” 6’ 4” 6’ 0” 6’ 3” 6’ 2” 6’ 0” 6’ 2” 6’ 2” 6’ 3” 6’ 4” 6’ 6” 6’ 0” 6’ 0” 6’ 0” 6’ 2” 6’ 1” 5’ 7” 6’ 1” 6’ 4” 6’ 2” 5’ 10” 6’ 0” 6’ 3” 5’ 11” 5’ 11” 5’ 10” 5’ 9” 6’ 0” 6’ 1” 6’ 2” 6’ 2” 6’ 2” 5’ 11” 6’ 3” 6’ 1” 6’ 3” 6’ 3”

WT 250 lbs 250 lbs 188 lbs 215 lbs 190 lbs 225 lbs 235 lbs 175 lbs 180 lbs 210 lbs 230 lbs 190 lbs 185 lbs 190 lbs 275 lbs 280 lbs 200 lbs 180 lbs 240 lbs 170 lbs 270 lbs 195 lbs 230 lbs 240 lbs 190 lbs 275 lbs 210 lbs 240 lbs 268 lbs 275 lbs 185 lbs 245 lbs 215 lbs 265 lbs 200 lbs 160 lbs 275 lbs 225 lbs 230 lbs 190 lbs 225 lbs 210 lbs 205 lbs 165 lbs 185 lbs 190 lbs 195 lbs 200 lbs 170 lbs 235 lbs 220 lbs 195 lbs 220 lbs 225 lbs 225 lbs 270 lbs

Hometown (High School) Sewickley, PA (Shady Side Academy) Northfield, OH (New Tier) Trotwood, OH (Trotwood-Madison) Naperville, IL (Naperville North) Ft. Thomas, KY (Highlands) Rocky River, OH (Rocky River) Clifton, VA (Robinson Secondary) Ottawa, OH (Ottawa-Glandorf) Akron, OH (Walsh Jesuit) Crawfordsville, IN (Crawfordsville) Fort Loramie, OH (Fort Loramie) Troy, MI (Troy) Indianapolis, IN (North Central) Broadview Heights, OH (Padua Franciscan) Pittsburgh, PA (Pittsburgh Central Catholic) Wheaton, IL (Wheaton Warrensville South) Naperville, IL (Naperville North) Cincinnati, OH (Anderson) Dayton, OH (Alter) North Royalton, OH (St. Ignatius) Emwood Park, IL (Guerin College Prep) Hudson, OH (Hudson) Cleveland, OH (St. Ignatius) Brookville, OH (Brookville) Centerville, OH (Centerville) Springboro, OH (Springboro) Groveport, OH (Groveport Madison) Brighton, MI (Brighton) Naperville, IL (Neuqua Valley) Powell, OH (Dublin Jerome) Brookville, OH (Northmont) Westerville, OH (Worthington) Naperville, IL (Neuqua Valley) Delaware, OH (Buckeye Valley) Dayton OH (Vandalia-Butler) Kettering, OH (Alter) Sidney, OH (Sidney) Dublin, OH (Dublin Coffman) Indianapolis, IN (Lawrence North) Centeburg, OH (Highland) Kettering, OH (Chaminade-Julienne) Cleveland, OH (St. Edwards) Pittsburgh, PA Kenosha, WI (Tremper) Rocky River, OH (St. Ignatius) Detroit, MI (St. Mary’s) Sidney, OH (Lehman Catholic) Solon, OH (Solon) Lexington, KY (Henry Clay) Gaithersburg, MD (Gonzaga College HS) Powell, OH (Olentangy) New Albany, OH (St. Francis DeSales) Toledo, OH North Royalton, OH (North Royalton) Sidney, OH (Sidney) Centerville, OH (Centerville))

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WATKINS, JUSTIN

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HUNTER, GARY

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HUJIK, TYLER

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YINGER, MITCH

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PUGH, AARON

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EHRENSBERGER, JOHN

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HARRIS, TAYLOR

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COLLINS, NICK

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AUBREY, JAMES

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VALENTINO, STEVE

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FUMAGALLI, ROSS

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VOIGT, JAKE

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BARDO, WILL

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LANGHORST, DEVON

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JOHNSON, BRANDEN

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PHILLIPS, JARED

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GLAVIN, NICK

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FROEBE, KENTON

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SALVATO, SAL

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PAPP, ANTHONY

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STEVE WIRKUS

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SPLAIN, ZACHARY

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BROCKBERG, MATT

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PECHAN, JEFF

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SWARD, SEAN

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JANASEK, JOE

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CLARK, MILES

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WALTON, CHASE

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BELLMAN, LUKE

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CRIPE, KEVIN

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ROBBE, ERIC

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SEBETIC, KYLE

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MILLER, NATE

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STRONG, ROBERT

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WELSH, BEN

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GILLUM, NIK

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MACK, BRIAN

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WASHINGTON, ROBERT

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SANKOVIC, PAT

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WESTON, NICK

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RIES, JOE

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ZAPINSKI, ANDREW

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HUNT, TOM

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MCPHERSON, ZACH

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MILLIO, JUSTIN

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RIGALI, JACOB

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CUGLIARI, BRIAN

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JACOB, DAN

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KRAFFT, CLAY

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DORENKOTT, MATT

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VERCAMMEN, JAMES

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MARTIN, JORDAN

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BAILIN, BRYAN

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CRAWFORD, ANDRE

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KERN, KEVIN

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HARMON, MARCUS

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BELANGER, SEAN

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JOHNSTON, ALEX

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PFLEGER, MATT

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HOMAN, JOEY

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RIDDLE, MATT

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SWEIGERT, PATRICK

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SCHMITT, BRAD

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ELGER, OWEN

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MONNIER, COLIN

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STUDT, ERIC

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POELKING, DENNIS

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WINGEIER, BRANDON

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ESTEY, BEN

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PALLAY, TIM

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MORANTE, MIKE

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KACZKOWSKI, VICTOR

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BELL, KEVIN

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ANDRE, MATT

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CORCORAN, TOM

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LISLE, NICK

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BRANDEWIE, NATHAN

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PETRAIUOLO, BILL

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WARFORD, JON

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DEBOER, PHIL

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CRONIN, RYAN

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FORNEK, DAN

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CORTOPASSI, CHRIS

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MEWHINNEY, JAMIE

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O’HARA, CONNOR

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DUNN, BRANNON

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ALLEN, DAVE

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SAUL, BLAKE

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FRIEDRICH, TYLER

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PRINDLE, DAN

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LUERS, MATT

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GRIFFIS, JUSTIN

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GEORGIC, GRANT

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POWERS, ANDY

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BOYKIN, JORDAN

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SAVAGE, HOWARD

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SHERK, ROBBIE

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YOUNG, BILL

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SCHUTZ, TYLER

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SAVISKY, TYLER

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MACIS, GABE

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ELMORE, JORDAN

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HAINES, MITCHELL

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SIMPSON, JUSTIN

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VASEY, CHARLIE

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DOWD, PAT

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FULLER, JOSH

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HORANSKY, BRIAN

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WEBER, ZACH

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BENNETT, MATT

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SADLER, ANTHONY

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NAME Luers, Matt Macis, Gabe Mack, Brian Martin, Jordan McPherson, Zach Mewhinney, Jamie Miller, Nate Millio, Justin Monnier, Colin Morante, Mike O’Hara, Connor Pallay, Tim Papp, Anthony Pechan, Jeff Petraiuolo, Bill Pfleger, Matt Phillips, Jared Poelking, Dennis Powers, Andy Prindle, Dan Pugh, Aaron Riddle, Matt Ries, Joe Rigali, Jacob Robbe, Eric Sadler, Anthony Salvato, Sal Sankovic, Pat Saul, Blake Savage, Howard Savisky, Tyler Schmitt, Brad Schutz, Tyler Sebetic, Kyle Sherk, Robbie Simpson, Justin Splain, Zachary Strong, Robert Studt, Eric Sward, Sean Sweigert, Patrick Valentino, Steve Vasey, Charlie Vercammen, James Voigt, Jake Walton, Chase Warford, Jon Washington, Robert Watkins, Justin Weber, Zach Welsh, Ben Weston, Nick Wingeier, Brandon Wirkus, Steve Yinger, Mitch Young, Bill Zapinski, Andrew

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POS. OT WR RB LB TE OT K/P WR LB DT OT OG WR QB C CB QB/P C WR OT S DE LB LB S DE WR K/P C CB WR DT WR CB WR DE QB S OT LB DE QB DT $$ QB CB OT RB WR DT S S DE S CB WR RB

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WT Hometown (High School) 240 lbs Liberty Twp., OH (Lakota East) 170 lbs Owen Mills, MD (McDonogh) 195 lbs Harrison City, PA (Penn Trafford) 200 lbs Vandalia, OH (Vandalia-Butler) 205 lbs Newark, OH (Newark Catholic) 255 lbs Brunswick, OH (St. Edward’s) 185 lbs Medina, OH (Medina) 183 lbs Wellington, FL (Wellington) 220 lbs Chicago, IL (Marist) 250 lbs Venetia, PA (Peters Township) 265 lbs Brookville, OH (Brookville) 250 lbs Hudson, OH (Hudson) 195 lbs Naperville, IL (Neuqua Valley) 175 lbs St. Charles, IL (St Charles North) 260 lbs Highland Heights, OH (Mayfield ) 200 lbs Knoxville, TN (Knoxville Catholic) 195 lbs Alpena, MI (Alpena) 245 lbs Dayton, OH (Chaminade-Julienne) 185 lbs Chesterland, OH (West Geauga) 275 lbs Fairborn, OH (Carroll) 195 lbs Detoit, MI (Novi) 220 lbs Kiski, PA (Kiski Area HS & Kiski Prep) 210 lbs Cincinnati, OH (St. Xavier) 210 lbs Lima, OH (Lima Central Catholic) 205 lbs Cincinnati, OH (St. Xavier) 250 lbs Flint, MI (Carman-Ainsworth) 160 lbs Chicago, IL (St. Ignatius) 160 lbs Canfield, OH (Canfield) 270 lbs Hilliard, OH (Hilliard Davidson) 175 lbs Indianapolis, IN (Warren Central) 180 lbs Oakdale, PA (West Allegheny) 240 lbs Louisville, KY (St. Xavier) 205 lbs Mentor, OH (Mentor) 165 lbs Pleasant Prairie, WI (Tremper) 180 lbs Oakwood, OH (Oakwood) 210 lbs Venetia, PA (Peters Township) 170 lbs Brookeville, MD (Sherwood) 180 lbs Detroit, MI (Stevenson) 280 lbs Bethel Park, PA (Bethel Park) 210 lbs Dublin, OH (Dublin Jerome) 230 lbs Mentor, OH (Lake Catholic) 172 lbs Solon, OH (Solon) 240 lbs Chagrin Falls, OH (Chagrin Falls) 192 lbs Bloomfield Hills, MI (Groves) 185 lbs Solon, OH (Solon) 185 lbs Columbus, OH (Hilliard Darby) 260 lbs Amherst, OH (Amherst Steele) 180 lbs Birmingham, MI (Seaholm) 185 lbs Englewood, OH (Northmont) 270 lbs Oceanside, CA (Vista) 190 lbs Goodland, IN (South Newton) 185 lbs Cincinnati, OH (St. Xavier) 241 lbs Newark, OH (Newark) 185 lbs Broadview Heights, OH (Brecksville-Broadview Hts.) 175 lbs Columbus, OH (St. Francis DeSales) 180 lbs Allison Park, PA (Hampton) 195 lbs Westmont, IL (Westmont)

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Starters Returning (15)

Cortopassi.......................................................COR-toe-pass-ee Cugliari..........................................................COOG-lee-are-ee DeBoer.................................................................... Deh-BOAR Elger.............................................................................ELL-jur Estey............................................................................ESS-tee Friedrich..................................................................FREED-rick Fumagalli.......................................................Foo-MAH-gall-ee Gillum..........................................GILL (rhymes with “pill”)-um Homan......................................................................HOE-man Huckestien............................................................. HUCK-stine Kaltenbach........................................................ CAUL-ten-back Macis...........................................................Rhymes with basis Mewhinney............................................................MEW-winny Millio.......................................................................Mill-EE-oh Morante................................................................ Mor-ON-tay Pechan....................................................................... PECK-un Petraiuolo........................................................PET-truh-you-lo Pfleger.......................................................................FLEEG-er Poelking.................................................................. POAL-king Ries.................................................................................REES Robbe....................................................................... ROW-bee Salvato................................................................. Sall-VAH-Toe Schutz.........................................................................SHOOTS Sebetic...................................................................Suh-BET-ick Studt.......................................The “u”is pronounced as in “up” Valentino.......................................................... VALL-en-tee-no Vasey......................................................... Rhymes with Casey Wingeier.............................................................WINN-Guy-ur Vercammen..........................................................Ver-KAY-man

Offense (10) WR Nick Collins, C Justin Griffis, OG Tyler Friedrich, OG Dan Fornek, WR Justin Milio, WR, Anthony Papp, RT Dan Prindle, LT Eric Studt, WR Justin Watkins, QB Steve Valentino Defense (3) LB Joe Ries, F James Vercammen, DE Brandon Wingeier Specialists (2) K/P Nick Glavin

K/P Nate Miller

Starters Lost (9) Offense (1) WR JMichael Jonard

Juniors (4) Luke Bellman (WR), Jared Phillips (QB/P), Chase Walton (CB), Ben Welsh (S) Redshirt Sophomores (27) Dave Allen (OG), James Aubrey (CB), Bryan Bailin (LB),Sean Belanger (LB), Matt Brockberg (S), Andre Crawford (Flyer), Brian Cugliari (WR), Phil DeBoer (DT), Owen Elger (OG), Nik Gillum (WR),Mitchell Haines (TE), Marcus Harmon (DE), Taylor Harris (RB), Tyler Hujik (WR), Dan Jacob (RB), Kevin Kern (DE), Brian Mack (RB), Jamie Mewhinney (OT), Bill Petraiuolo (C), Matt Pfleger (WR), Dennis Poelking (C), Aaron Pugh (S), Pat Sankovic (K/P), Tyler Savisky (WR), Tyler Schutz (WR), Patrick Sweigert (DE), Zach Weber (DT) Sophomores (1)

Defense (8) S Kevin Burns, LB Drew Fumagalli, DT Sean Heenan, DT, Kalen Hemmelgarn, CB Scott Horcher, DE Greg Ochab, CB Matt Shurtleff, S Matt Smyth

Roster By Class Seniors (32) Nick Collins (WR), Dan Fornek (OG), Tyler Friedrich (OG), Kenton Froebe (K/P), Ross Fumagalli (LB), Nick Glavin (K), Justin Griffis (C), Joey Homan (LB), Alex Johnston (TE), A.J. Kaltenbach (S), Devon Langhorst (DE),Zach McPherson (TE), Nate Miller (K), Justin Millio (WR), Mike Morante (DT), Anthony Papp (WR), Jeff Pechan (QB), Dan Prindle (OT), Matt Riddle (DE), Joe Ries (LB), Eric Robbe (S), Blake Saul (C), Brad Schmitt (DT), Eric Studt (OT), Steve Valentino (WR), Charlie Vasey (DT), James Vercammen (Flyer), Jon Warford (OT), Justin Watkins (WR), Brandon Wingeier (DE), Steve Wirkus (WR), Andrew Zapinski (RB)

Jordan Boykin (WR) Redshirt Freshman (21) Kevin Bell (DT), Nathan Brandewie (OT), Tom Corcoran (OT), Matt Dorenkott ($$), Brannon Dunn (DT), Jordan Elmore (DE), Ben Estey (OT), Tom Hunt (CB), Joe Janasek (LB), Victor Kaczkowski (DE), Nick Lisle (OG), Jordan Martin (LB), Colin Monnier (LB), Connor O’Hara (OT) Anthony Sadler (DE), Sal Savato (WR), Kyle Sebetic (CB), Robby Sherk (S), Zachary Splain (QB), Robert Strong (S), Robert Washington (RB) Freshmen (28) Matt Andre (DT), Will Bardo (QB), Matt Bennett (K/P), Miles Clark (RB), Chris Cortopassi (OG), Kevin Cripe (S), Ryan Cronin (OT), Pat Dowd (DE), John Ehrensberger (S), Josh Fuller (DT), Grant Georgic (OG), Brian Horansky (TE), Grant Huckestein (RB), Gary Hunter (CB), Branden Johnson (WR), Clay Krafft (LB), Matt Luers (OT), Gabe Macis (WR), Tim Pallay (OG), Andy Powers (WR), Jacob Rigali (LB), Howard Savage (CB), Justin Simpson (DE), Sean Sward (LB), Jake Voigt (QB), Nick Weston (S), Mitch Yinger (CB), Bill Young (WR)

GEOGRAPHICAL ROSTER OHIO(64) Akron ................................................................... Matt Bennett

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Amherst ................................................................ Jon Warford Broadview Heights ...................................................Nick Collins ............................................................................ Steve Wirkus Brookville...........................................................Brannon Dunn ..........................................................................Kenton Froebe Brunswick......................................................Jamie Mewhinney Canfield................................................................ Pat Sankovic Canton............................................................... Charles Saulter Centerburg............................................................ Taylor Harris Centerville...................................................................Nick Lisle ....................................................................John Ehrensberger Chagrin Falls.........................................................Charlie Vasey Chesterland........................................................... Andy Powers Cincinnati.................................................................Kevin Cripe ................................................................................... Joe Ries ................................................................................Eric Robbe ............................................................................. Nick Weston Cleveland ......................................................... Brian Horansky ................................................................................. Pat Dowd Columbus..............................................................Chase Walton .............................................................................Mitch Yinger Dayton .................................................................. Ryan Cronin ................................................................................Nik Gillum ........................................................................Dennis Poelking Delaware.............................................................Grant Georgic Dublin................................................................Mitchell Haines .............................................................................. Sean Sward Englewood........................................................... Justin Watkins Fairborn..................................................................Dan Prindle Fort Loramie.................................................Nathan Brandewie Groveport ...........................................................Jordan Elmore Highland Heights..................................................Bill Petraiuolo Hilliard......................................................................Blake Saul Hudson.....................................................................Tim Pallay Kettering..................................................................Nick Glavin .............................................................................Joey Homan

Lima.......................................................................Jacob Rigali Medina .................................................................... Nate Miller Mentor....................................................................Tyler Schutz ....................................................................... Patrick Sweigert New Albany........................................................A.J. Kaltenbach Newark............................................................ Zach McPherson .....................................................................Brandon Wingeier North Royalton..................................................... Brian Cugliari ............................................................................... Clay Krafft Oakwood................................................................Robby Sherk Ottawa................................................................. Luke Bellman Powell ................................................................ Tyler Friedrich .....................................................................Victor Kaczkowski Rocky River.........................................................Sean Belanger ................................................................................. Tom Hunt Sidney....................................................................Justin Griffis ................................................................................ Dan Jacob ...................................................................... Devon Langhorst Solon..................................................................... Joe Janasek .........................................................................Steve Valentino ................................................................................Jake Voigt Springboro ..............................................................Owen Elger Toledo ..................................................................... Kevin Kern Trotwood .............................................................James Aubrey Vandalia...............................................................Jordan Martin Westerville................................................................Josh Fuller ILLINOIS (14) Chicago..................................................................Shane Liston ...........................................................................Colin Monnier ............................................................................... Sal Salvato Elmwood Park ........................................................Phil DeBoer Naperville.............................................................. Bryan Bailin ........................................................................ Andre Crawford .............................................................................. Dan Fornek ......................................................................... Ross Fumagalli ...........................................................................Anthony Papp North Barrington...................................................Andrew Cobb Northfield................................................................Matt Andre

St. Charles .............................................................. Jeff Pechan

WISCONSIN(2)

Wheaton........................................................... Chris Cortopassi Westmont.........................................................Andrew Zapinski

Kenosha....................................................................Tyler Hujik Pleasant Prairie.......................................................Kyle Sebetic

PENNSYLVANIA(10)

MARYLAND(3)

Allison Park ...............................................................Bill Young

Brookeville......................................................... Zachary Splain Gaithersburg........................................................Alex Johnston

Bethel Park.................................................................Eric Studt Harrison City............................................................Brian Mack Kiski........................................................................Matt Riddle Oakdale................................................................ Tyler Savisky Pittsburgh............................................................ Tom Corcoran ......................................................................Grant Huckestein Sewickley................................................................. Dave Allen Venetia................................................................Mike Morante ..........................................................................Justin Simpson MICHIGAN(9) Alpena..................................................................Jared Phillips Birmingham................................................. Robert Washington Bloomfield Hills ............................................James Vercammen Brighton..................................................................... Ben Estey Detroit...................................................................Gary Hunter ..............................................................................Aaron Pugh ............................................................................Robert Strong Flint...................................................................Anthony Sadler Troy...................................................................Matt Brockberg INDIANA(5) Crawfordsville.....................................................Jordan Boykin Goodland.................................................................. Ben Welsh Indianapolis............................................................. Miles Clark ........................................................................Marcus Harmon ........................................................................ Howard Savage

Owen Mills...............................................................Gabe Macis KENTUCKY(3) Ft. Thomas................................................................ Will Bardo Lexington........................................................Branden Johnson Louisville................................................................Brad Schmitt FLORIDA(1) Wellington...............................................................Justin Millio TENNESSEE(1) Knoxville................................................................Matt Pfleger CALIFORNIA(1) Oceanside...............................................................Zach Weber VIRGINIA(1) Clifton........................................................................Kevin Bell


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THE COACHES RICK CHAMBERLIN HEAD COACH 3RD SEASON/ WON 18 LOST 5 DAYTON ‘80 • Flyer Linebacker • Four-year letterwinner from 1975-78 • Two-time Chief Toscani Hitter Award winner • 1978 Kodak AFCA All-American • Co-captain on UD’s first NCAA playoff team

as a senior • Flyer Assistant Coach For 28 Years • Coached on two NCAA Division III national

championship teams • Two NCAA FCS Mid-Major national championship teams • Ten NCAA Division III playoff teams • 10 PFL championship teams • Named 23rd head football coach in UD history on

January 23, 2008

When asked to describe a “Flyer”, naturally one might immediately think of something related to aviation, and in any form of that answer would be correct. However, when asked to describe a “Dayton Flyer”, there aren’t many correct responses, but one that would be undoubtedly accepted is- Rick Chamberlin. University of Dayton football Head Coach Rick Chamberlin enters his third year at the helm of the Flyers’ after grabbing a share of Dayton’s 10th (including ties) regular season Pioneer Football League Title in 2009. A former player and 1980 graduate of UD, Chamberlin has been with the university for more than 30 years. Over time he has obtained several titles, from All-America linebacker, to defensive coordinator. But it is in his current title as head coach where he as truly left an imprint on this campus. In 2009, Chamberlin’s squad opened the season with a tough 13-10 loss to Urbana University in a match that the Flyer quarterbacks were plagued with injuries. After that misstep, Chamberlin would guide his team to a 9-2 overall record, including a sevengame winning streak, and a tiebreaker scenario away from advancing to the Gridiron

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Classic. Seniors Steve Valentino and James Vercammen were named PFL Offensive Player of the Year and Second Team Football Championship Subdivision All-American respectively. UD placed 11 players on the All- PFL teams. Offensively, Steve Valentino and Tyler Friedrich were named to the first team, while Brandon Wingeier, James Vercammen, and Joe Ries completed the list on defense. Second Team selections were senor defensive tackle Kalen Hemmelgarn, senior cornerback Scott Horcher and senior wide receiver Justin Watkins. Seniors JMichael Jonard and Drew Fumagalli, and redshirt sophomore center Justin Griffis were all named Honorable Mention All-PFL. Dayton ranked first in total defense in the PFL yielding a tightfisted 242.6 yards per game and third in total offense racking up over 373 ypg. Under Chamberlin’s tutelage, the Flyers are 18-5 over the last two years, with the five losses coming by a combined total of 20 points.

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Off the field the Flyers have soared to great heights. They placed eight players on the 2009 University Division ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV Team, the most of any team in the country for the second straight year. The Dayton list included five first-team selections which tied with Fresno State and fellow PFL member Marist for the most first-team selections of any Division I program. Included in Dayton’s first team selections were Wingeier, Heenan, Hemmelgarn, senior defensive back Matt Smyth and sophomore safety Ben Welsh. Flyers named to the second team were Ries, senior cornerback Scott Horcher and sophomore wide receiver Tyler Shutz. Wingeier was eventually named a First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American. The team posted one of the best Academic Progress Ratings (APR) nationally. They also added a league-best 13 to the Academic All-PFL teams.

Chamberlin was named the 23rd head coach in UD history on January 23, 2008 in a press conference held at the University of Dayton Arena. The announcement came a day after legendary coach Mike Kelly declared he would step down. Chamberlin would follow the announcement with a 31-12 win over Central State in his head coaching debut, finishing with a 9-3 record in 2008. In Dayton’s storied history, Chamberlin is the first of 11 modern era coaches to have lettered for the Flyers, and the second to be a graduate of the university (Pete Ankney was the first when he coached in 1963-64). Chamberlin is a 1980 UD graduate with a degree in health and physical education. He earned his master’s degree in counselor education at UD in 1982. Now 53, Chamberlin has been associated with the University of Dayton for close to 35 seasons: four as a player, two as a head coach, and 28 on the coaching staff. In that same time, he has been a part of 312 of UD’s 612 wins-26 as a player, 268 as an assistant coach, and 18 as a head coach. As the Flyers’ defensive coordinator, Chamberlin helped mold the Dayton D’s reputation for its preparation and execution as a unit. Under Chamberlin’s guidance as an assistant and now as a head coach, the Flyers have led the Pioneer Football League

in scoring defense the last nine seasons, including finishing second in NCAA Division I-AA (9.8) in 2002, third (14.1) in 2005, fourth in FCS in 2007 (15.6) and fifth in 2008 (15.3). In 2004, Dayton led NCAA Division I-AA football in total defense (263.10). Last year, the Flyers finished second in pass defense (140.09), after finishing second in rush defense (60.7) in 2008. A native of Springfield, Ohio and 1975 graduate of Springfield North High School, Chamberlin was a three-time all-city selection and Springfield Player of the Year as a senior. In four years at Dayton, he was credited with 385 tackles and led the team as a junior (115) and senior (121). He was the first two-time winner of the Chief Toscani Hitter Award and a member of UD’s first NCAA Division III Playoff team in 1978. In 1989, the university honored Chamberlin’s efforts by inducting him into the University of Dayton Athletic Hall of Fame. Now 35 years after coming to this historic university, Chamberlin is leaving an everlasting imprint as the head coach. “He (Coach Chamberlin) and his staff have done some things in the past couple of years that I never had the moxy to try”, said former UD head coach and current Senior Administrator Mike Kelly. “He has pulled the trigger on some things that has improved and advanced the program. He’s really taken it to a new level.” Rick and his wife Jayne live in Kettering. They have two sons, Jason and Tyler, who both graduated from UD.

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Under Chamberlin the program has excelled in service projects as well, and 2009 was no different. Following a spring where the Flyers’ service initiative Lift-A-Thon raised $12,025 for the National Brest Cancer Foundation, the team conducted “Touchdowns for Tots”. The project that was adopted from the U.S Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots, donated over $5000 and scores of toys to benefit families in the Miami Valley area during Christmas. In 2010, UD will conduct “Sacks of Groceries” to benefit the food bank at St. Vincent De Paul.

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THE COACHES DAVE WHILDING OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR 34TH SEASON / QUARTERBACKS / EARLHAM ‘71 Dave Whilding enters his 34th season at UD, marking his 30th coaching the quarterbacks and his 28th as offensive coordinator. In the entire time Whilding has been with the Flyers, no Dayton team has been shut out. With Whilding directing the UD attack, three different Dayton quarterbacks led their respective NCAA divisions in passing efficiency in a five-year period in the early 1990’s. After several injuries left Dayton without a quarterback following the first game of the 2009 season, Whilding showed his offensive genius by placing former AllPFL wide receiver Steve Valentino under center. With Whilding calling the shots and Valentino pulling the trigger, the Flyer’s offensive recovered and finished the 2009 season with a 9-2 overall record. In 2007, Whilding’s offense re-wrote the record books, setting records in net offense, first downs, passing yardage, completions, and touchdowns passing, to name a few. The revamped spread offense with record-setting Kevin Hoyng (now a member of the UD coaching staff) at the helm completed 95 more passes for 798 more yards than any other Flyer football team. When Hoyng graduated, senior Rob Florian replaced him with just 90 career passes under his belt. That’s a lot compared to what Whilding had to work with in the past. In the 1990’s, three different quarterbacks took over the starting role with less than 12 career passes to their credit. The results? Steve Keller had 11 career passes when he took control of the Flyer offense in 1991. All he did was lead the Flyers to the Division III championship game, become Division III’s passing leader and set three career records. In 1995, Brian Kadel, had 12 career passes entering his senior year. He led NCAA Division I-AA in passing efficiency. In 1996, Kevin Johns had 11 passes in his career before starting. He led the Flyers

to a perfect 11-0 record, set four records and was named the Football Gazette NCAA Division I-AA Non-Scholarship Offensive Player of the Year. And in 2004, Brandon Staley took over without ever throwing a varsity pass, and he rolled to the fourth-best (now eighth-best) single-season total offense number (1,961 yards) in UD history. Staley’s successor, Kevin Hoyng, set the school total offense record (2,547 yards) in his first season as a starter in 2005, and had what was then the second-best mark (2,471) in nine games in 2006, and then blew his previous marks out of the water with 3,957 yards in 2007. Florian followed Hoyng’s record with 2,592 yards, which is now second all-time at UD. One quarterback developing so fast? A fluke, perhaps. A couple? A trend. Five? A tradition. And it’s a tradition nurtured under Whilding’s guidance. Further proof is the fact that the top eight Flyer signal callers in career passing efficiency and eight of the top nine in total offense are Whilding QB’s. Hailing from Xenia, Ohio, Whilding earned his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Earlham College in 1971. He received his Master’s from UD in 1984. While at Earlham, Whilding played quarterback under Rick Carter, who later came to Dayton to coach. As a senior, Whilding was co-captain and MVP. After graduation, Whilding spent six seasons coaching at Tecumseh High School before joining Carter’s staff at UD in 1977. Dave and his wife Evie live in Jamestown. Their daughter Amy graduated from UD in 1995.

CHRIS OCHS ASSISTANT COACH 11TH SEASON/ OFFENSIVE LINE/ CAPITAL ‘93

Dayton led the PFL in rushing six times between 2000 and 2006, and was ranked in the top five of NCAA I-AA football four times. With the change in the Flyer offensive attack to a pass-first spread offense, those numbers have changed. But what remains the same for Ochs and his line are the execution and cohesiveness that every great offense needs. In 2008, UD quarterbacks threw 425 passes, while being sacked just 18 times. That’s just one sack for every 24 pass attempts. By contrast, Dayton opponents were sacked once every 13 times they threw the ball.

Ochs came to UD from Defiance College, where he had been an assistant coach since 1996. At Defiance, he served as both offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. Prior to that he was an assistant at Southern Illinois University where

he coached the offensive line while getting his masters in educational administration and higher education. He was a three-year letterman at Capital University, where he started at quarterback, and was the team captain his senior year. He holds five career offensive records and graduated in 1993 with a business management degree. He also was a two-year captain of the baseball team. Chris and his wife Karen (a UD graduate) live in Beavercreek with their seven-year-old twins, Shane and Sarah.

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Now in his 11th season at the University of Dayton, Chris Ochs coaches the Flyer offensive line. Since Ochs assumed that role in the 2000 season, UD’s O-Line has opened holes and protected quarterbacks which has allowed Dayton to finish no lower than fourth in scoring offensive, including first in 2002, over the last eight seasons. The Flyers dropped back to pass 337 times in 2009 and only gave up 16 sacks, which was third-best in the Pioneer Football League.

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THE COACHES LANDON FOX ASSISTANT COACH 5TH SEASON / DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/SECONDARY / DEFIANCE ‘00 Landon Fox enters his first year as the defensive coordinator for the Flyers, after spending the previous two seasons coaching the Flyer secondary. Fox returned to UD in 2008 after three seasons at Wayne State University in Detroit where he was linebacker coach and special teams coordinator under Paul Winters. Fox coaches the Flyer secondary as well. Fox served as a graduate assistant coach for the Flyers in 2002 and 2003. Dayton was 20-3 in Fox’s two seasons working under then-head coach Mike Kelly and then-defensive coordinator Rick Chamberlin. The Flyers won their first of two NCAA Division I-AA Mid-Major national championships while going 11-1 in 2002, and then turned in a 9-2 campaign in 2003. Fox spent the 2004 campaign as a graduate assistant coach assisting with the secondary at Ball State University on head coach Brady Hoke’s staff. Fox’s first college coaching experience was as a defensive line graduate assistant coach at Lakeland College in Sheboygan, Wis. A four-year member (1995-98) of the Defiance College football squad, Fox led the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) in fumble recoveries while earning second team all-league accolades in 1998. He was a team captain and Defiance’s defensive player of the year as a senior. After his football career was over, he also played one season of basketball

CRAIG TURNER ASSISTANT COACH 12TH SEASON / DEFENSIVE TACKLES / SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR / BLUFFTON ‘73 Craig Turner enters his 12th year with the Dayton Flyers. He coaches UD’s defensive tackles and serves as special teams coordinator. Turner has been teaching and coaching since 1973. He was an assistant coach at Trotwood Madison, Alter and Northmont schools in the Dayton area. He was head coach at Brookville High School for seven years, where he led them to six league championships, six playoff berths and a 62-8 regularseason record. He also served as head coach at Arcanum High School, going 29-13 at that school. As a high school coach, Turner received Coach of the Year honors on seven different occasions. Turner graduated from Bluffton College in 1973. He received his master’s degree from Wright State University and his computer science certification from UD. He and his wife, Sharon, both teach in the Brookville School District and have five children - Aaron, Stephanie, Bret, Casey and Brandon (who is deceased).

ANTHONY DAVIS ASSISTANT COACH 11TH SEASON / RUNNING BACKS / UNION ‘89 Now entering his 11th season with the Flyers, Coach Anthony Davis has 18 years of football coaching experience under his belt, coaching defensive line, offensive line, secondary, and special teams. Davis is in his third year of having the responsibilities of UD’s running backs coach after spending his first eight on the Hilltop on the defensive side of the ball. His most recent stop before coming to Dayton was Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, where he was the defensive line coach and special teams coach for one season. Before starting his coaching career Davis spent five years as a Communication Electronic Officer for the U.S. Army, last serving at Ft. Campbell, Ky., home of the 101st Airborne Division. He played offensive and defensive line for four years at Union College (Ky.), where he graduated in 1989 with a degree in business administration. He received his master’s in education from UD in 2003. 20

Anthony lives in Trotwood, and works for the Department of Veterans Affairs in Dayton.

for the Yellow Jackets. Defiance won the MIAA that season and played in the 1999 NCAA Division III tournament. A 2000 graduate of Defiance and a native of Defiance, Ohio, he began his coaching career as an assistant varsity coach at Preble Shawnee High School in Camden, Ohio, during the 2000 campaign. Landon and his wife Rhonda have a daughter, Riley, and a son Logan.


THE COACHES KRIS KETRON ASSISTANT COACH 3RD SEASON / FLYERS / DAYTON ‘03 Former Flyer Kris Ketron enters his fourth-year with the Flyers after returning to the Red & Blue in a coaching capacity in 2007. Ketron played for UD from 1999 to 2002. He coaches UD’s Flyer position, the hybrid linebacker/safety designate in the Dayton defensive scheme. In 2009: under Ketron’s coaching, James Vercammen led the league and was third nationally in tackles (12.2 per game), finishing with an impressive 134 tackles and as a Second Team FCS All-American. Ketron lettered as a defensive end for two seasons and was also the team’s long snapper as a senior. The Flyers won the Pioneer Football League all four years Ketron was at Dayton, and Ketron capped off his career as a member of UD’s 2002 I-AA Mid-Major national championship team. He came to UD after most recently coaching at Valley View High School. He resides in Brookville with his wife Kristin and son Dillon.

KEVIN HOYNG ASSISTANT COACH 2ND SEASON / TIGHT ENDS / DAYTON ‘07 One of two current Flyer alums on the UD coaching staff, Kevin Hoyng graduated in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in education. He will coach tight ends as well as assist with the offensive line and receivers. Hoyng joins the Flyer coaching staff after a year of teaching and coaching at Northmont High School. A two-time captain, Hoyng’s playing career from 2004 to 2007 was one of the best in school history. He holds the Flyer career records for total yardage (9,528), completions (530), passing yards (8,862), and touchdown passes (59). After his final season in 2007, Hoyng was named the PFL Offensive Player of the Year. He completed a school-record 34 passes in his final collegiate game, leading UD to a 42-21 victory over Albany in the Gridiron Classic that earned Dayton the 2007 Mid-Major I-AA National Championship. Hoyng is the 2009 Tony Ernst Assistant Coach. Tony Ernst, a former quarterback who wore No. 6 and was a 1995 UD graduate, passed away unexpectedly. As a tribute to his spirit and character, the Ernst Family established the Tony Ernst Graduate Assistantship Football Coaching Position in 1999. The position is being funded by an annual memorial golf tournament in Tony’s honor. Beginning in 2001, the Inaugural Tony Ernst Memorial Golf Tournament was held.

TREVOR ZEIDERS ASSISTANT COACH

Trevor Zeiders enters his second year with UD after previous stops at Carson-Newman College, Frostburg State University and Gettysburg College. He was at Carson Newman from 2006 to 2008, and he coached defensive backs (2006 and 2008) and linebackers (2007). He served as the defensive line coach at Frostburg (2004-05) and Gettysburg (2001-2003). A graduate of West Virginia University, Zeiders was an inside linebacker and long snapper before becoming a student assistant coach for the 1999 and 2000 seasons. He worked with the inside linebackers, long snappers, punters and kickers and was on staff in WVU’s 49-38 win over Mississippi in the 2000 Music City Bowl. Zeiders was the 2009 Minham Assistant Coach. The Joseph Minham, Sr. Coaching Assistantship Position was established to represent a lasting legacy for Mr. Joseph Minham Sr. The assistantship supports a football coach starting out in the profession at the University of Dayton. It is fitting that the Assistantship is designated for an individual who is assisting the football program in a coaching position to better themselves in a career of academics and football. This position mirrors exactly what Mr. Minham did for so many years, supporting the people and organizations he truly cared about, his

family and his Flyer Family. Joe’s daughter and son-in-law, Louise and Stan Maher, made the establishment of this annual assistantship position possible. Trevor, his wife Nicole and their new son Elijah live in West Carrollton.

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THE COACHES ALEX BAILEY ASSISTANT COACH 1ST SEASON / WIDE RECEIVERS/ YOUNGSTOWN STATE ‘07 Alex Bailey enters his first year with the University of Dayton football program and his primary responsibility will be coaching the Flyer wide receivers. Bailey comes to UD after his most recent stop at Defiance College. At Defiance, Bailey was a wide receiver and strength and conditioning coach for over three years. He also assumed the role as a student success counselor in 2009. He coached two All-HCAC wide receivers, including a D3.com All-American. From 2001-2003, Bailey gained firsthand experience of college football, as he played receiver for Youngstown State University for three years. He earned a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Youngstown State and went on to obtain a master’s degree in education from Defiance.

KEVIN MCCOY ASSISTANT COACH 1ST SEASON / SECONDARY / DAYTON ‘07 Kevin McCoy returns to the University of Dayton for his first year as a defensive backs coach. McCoy is no stranger to the Flyers’ secondary, as he was a member of the group from 2003 to 2006. As a player, he earned both a letter and was named the AJ Cohen Flyer of the Year in 2006, an award that speaks for the character of its recipient. McCoy is back after a two-year stint with Carroll University, where he was the cornerbacks coach and helped out in the weight room as an assistant strength coach for two years. In 2009, his tutelage guided one of the two cornerbacks to a second team all-conference selection. Before Carroll, he was in charge of the safeties at Mason High School in Mason, Ohio. McCoy is a native of Solon, Ohio and received a degree in AYA Education from UD.

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BRYAN BAILIN RS SOPHOMORE• LB • 6-2 • 215

NAPERVILLE, IL/NAPERVILLE NORTH

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total TFL PBR Int. 2009 1 2 3 1.0-2 0 0 CAREER 1 2 3 1.0-2 0 0

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In his redshirt freshman season, Bailin played in eleven games for the Flyers, recording a tackle against Urbana, Duquesne and Valparaiso. He did not see game action in the 2008 season and is a two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll. He is expected to play a big role at linebacker in 2010.

PERSONAL

Son of Mark and Gayle Bailin....Born August 27, 1989....Has three sisters....Majoring in Marketing....Bailin was first team all-conference and first team all-area for the 2007 Illinois state champions, as well as Honorable Mention All-Illinois. He also was a two-year letterwinner on the basketball team. Bailin was a member of National Honor Society and a two-time Academic All-Area selection.

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SEAN BELANGER RS SOPHOMORE• LB • 6-2 • 225 ROCKY RIVER, OH/ROCKY RIVER

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Belanger saw action in five games during the 2009 campaign. He is projected to see time at linebacker this season for the Flyers, as he enters the year behind teammate Joe Ries. He was named to the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll. Belanger did not see game action in the 2008.

PERSONAL

Son of Thomas Belanger and Maureen Bostwick....Born on February 2, 1990...Has one sister, Melissa....Majoring in Marketing...Captain of both the football and baseball teams in high school, Belanger was Second Team All-Ohio. He was also first team all-conference and all-district. He was selected to play in the Cleveland East-West All-Star game. As a senior, he was MVP on the baseball team and was selected to play in the All Star game.

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LUKE BELLMAN JUNIOR• WR • 6-1 • 175

OTTAWA, OH/OTTAWA-GLANDORF

CAREER STATS Receiving 2008 2009

No. Yds. TD LP Avg. 2 25 0 25 12.5 14 279 3 62 19.9

TOTALS 16 304 3 62 19.0

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After several shifts in the depth charts due to injuries, Bellman provided quality minutes at the receiver position in 2009. Seeing action in nine games, he finished second on the team with three receiving touchdowns, while accounting for 279 yards on 14 receptions. Bellman saw action in seven games during the 2008 season, catching two passes for 25 yards, both against Robert Morris.

PERSONAL

Son of Ron and Sue Bellman...He has two sisters, Shelly and Anna...Born April 12, 1989...Majoring in Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology...Bellman earned eight varsity letters in football, basketball and baseball for Ottawa-Glandorf High School. In football, he was team captain and MVP. He was first team all-conference, all-district, and all-state. He was a member of Ottawa-Glandorf’s 2008 state basketball championship team. He was a National Football Foundation Honoree. Luke’s sister Shelly is a four-year basketball starter for the University of Cincinnati.


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JORDAN BOYKIN SOPHOMORE • WR • 6-1 • 210

CRAWFORDSVILLE, IN/CRAWFORDSVILLE

AT DAYTON As a true freshman Boykin saw action in five games, making one start. He was honored with the ROTC Cannonball Award, which goes to the team’s top newcomer of the year. He was a member of the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll and is expected to see time in the receiving rotation in 2010 after making the transition from tight end during the offseason.

PERSONAL

Son of Sarah Bennington and Perry Boykin.... Born on June 22, 1990.... Boykin was a three-sport letterman and captain in football, basketball, and track. He was all-conference, all-area and all-county in all three sports. He led Crawfordsville in receiving as a senior, with 47 catches for 530 yards and eight TD’s. Boykin is expected to see significant time in short-yardage situations this fall. He is majoring in Exercise Science.

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NICK COLLINS RS SENIOR• WR • 6-2 • 190

BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, OH/PADUA FRANCISCAN

CAREER STATS Receiving 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

No. Yds. 4 6 33 482 27 358 64 846

TD LP Avg. 0 6 1.5 3 64 14.6 2 30 13.3 5 64 13.2

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Collins returns as a starting receiver for the Flyers in 2010. He appeared in each game of the 2009 campaign for UD, five of which were starts. He finished third on the team in receiving yards with 358, and accounted for two touchdowns, while catching 27 balls on the year. After a great spring, Collins participated in every game at slot receiver for the 2008 season. He ranked third on the team in receiving, grabbing 33 passes for a total of 482 yards and three touchdowns. His game-high two touchdown receptions were scored on home turf against Valparaiso. Collins recorded a game-high 141 yards receiving on the road against Jacksonville. He played in five games during the 2007 season and caught four passes for a total of six yards. Collins redshirted the 2006 season.

PERSONAL

Son of Tony Bakale and Kathy Collins....Born on August 6, 1987....Majoring in Marketing at UD… Collins was a first team all-conference and all-district performer for the football team at Padua Franciscan. He was also named First Team All-Northeast Ohio and received All-State Honorable Mention recognition. Away from the gridiron, Collins captained the basketball team and was a first team all-conference, second team all-district performer on the hardwood. He was also a first-team all-conference and second team all-district pick in track.

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RS SOPHOMORE• FLYER • 6-0 • 200 NAPPERVILLE, IL/NAPPERVILLE NORTH

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total TFL PBR Int. 2009 0 1 1 0.0-0 0 0 CAREER 0 1 1 0.0-0 0 0

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Crawford enters the year expecting to see time at the “Flyer” position in Dayton’s unique defensive scheme. He saw action in 10 games for the Flyers in the 2009 season, where he recorded his first career tackle. In 2008, he did not see any game action and was named to the 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Gregory and Michelle Crawford...Born December 27, 1989...Majoring in Operations Management…Crawford was team captain of Naperville North’s 2007 State Football Champions. He was first-team all-conference, all-area, and all-district.

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PHIL DEBOER RS SOPHOMORE • DT • 6-4 • 270

EMWOOD PARK, IL/GUERIN COLLEGE PREP

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total Sacks 2009 1 0 1 0.0-0 TOTALS 1 0 1

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DeBoer played in two games in a reserve role in 2009 and was in on one tackle. He is expected to help replace fifth-year senior Sean Heenan on the defensive line in 2010. He did not see game action in the 2008 season.

PERSONAL

Son of Randall and Julie DeBoer....Born on October 30, 1989....Majoring in Discover Arts.…Has two brothers, Pat and Victor (who was an All-American football player at John Carroll)....DeBoer was a two-sport star for Guerin College Prep. In football, he was team captain, team Defensive MVP and firstteam all-conference his junior and senior years. He was also a member of his school’s 2008 state championship hockey team.

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OWEN ELGER RS SOPHOMORE • OG • 6-2 • 275 SPRINBORO, OH/SPRINGBORO

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After redshirting the 2008 season, Elger saw playing time in two games for the Flyers. He is expected to see time on the offensive line in 2010, as he is the projected back-up for Dan Fornek at right guard.

PERSONAL

Son of Jess and Terri Elger...Born June 13, 1989...Majoring in Manufacturing Engineering…He has two brothers, Elliot and Alex...Elger was two-time First Team All-Greater Western Ohio League and a Second Team All-Southwest Ohio District selection as a senior in high school.

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DAN FORNEK RS SENIOR • OG • 6-4 • 268 NAPERVILLE, IL/NEUQUA VALLEY

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Fornek was penciled in as UD’s starting right guard heading into the 2009 season and did, in fact start all 11 games for the Flyers. He returns at right guard, to a Dayton offensive line that only gave up 16 sacks in 2009, which was tied for third-best in the Pioneer Football League. His efforts on the field and in the classroom earned him a spot on the Academic All-PFL Second Team. In the 2008 season, he played in seven games for the Flyers. He saw action in one game in the 2007 season and redshirted in 2006. Fornek is a three-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Frank and Diane Fornek....Born on August 30, 1988....Has two younger brothers....Received Bachelor’s degree in Adolescent and Young Adult Education, with a focus in English....Currently pusuing his Master’s dgree in Educational Leadership... Was a varsity starter in his senior year of high school at tight end and a two-year special teams starter on varsity.

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TYLER FRIEDRICH RS SENIOR • OG • 6-6 • 275 POWELL, OH/DUBLIN JEROME

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Friedrich came to UD as a tight end, then moved to tackle in 2007 and then to guard in 2008. In 2009, he was named First Team All-PFL, while making every start for the Flyers at the left guard position. He enters the 2010 season as a co-captain alongside teammates Steve Valentino and Joe Ries. The redshirt senior was also impressive in the classroom being named to the 2009 Academic All-PFL Second Team. He was awarded as the 2009 recipient of the Lt. Andy Zulli Award at halftime of UD’s final home game against Marist. The award, one of the most prestigious in the program, is for sportsmanship, character, and leadership. In 2008, the Ohio native participated in all 12 games for the Flyers, joining the starting line-up in four of those. He was a member of the 2007 PFL Championship team, lettering after playing in six games. Tyler also received 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll recognition.

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Son of Rick and Leslie Friedrich...Born on March 9, 1988...Received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology...Currently enrolled in UD’s Masters of Exercise Science program... Friedrich was a two-year team captain at Dublin Jerome HS where he was also a second team all-conference and an all-league pick.

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ROSS FUMAGALLI NAPERVILLE, IL/NEUQUA VALLEY

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total PB 2007 2 0 2 0 2008 7 8 15 1 2009 6 3 9 0 TOTALS 15 11 26

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Fumagalli entered the 2009 season as UD’s third linebacker. He finished the year with nine total tackles, six solo, while playing in all 11 games for the Flyers. He is expected to assume the starting linebacker role beside teammate Joe Ries in 2010, replacing former UD linebacker and older brother Drew Fumagalli. He appeared in ten games of the 2008 campaign for the Flyers, two of which he started. In addition to assisting on eight tackles, Fumagalli recorded seven solos, finishing 14th on the team (with a total of 15 tackles). As a freshman, Ross played in five games and had two solo tackles on the season. He is a two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Douglas and Char Fumagalli...Born May 13, 1989...He has two brothers, Drew, who also plays linebacker for UD, and Troy...He is Majoring in Entrepreneurship...Ross was team captain and MVP for Neuqua Valley High School. He was selected first team all-conference and First Team All-Chicago as a senior. He was a member of the National Honor Society and also ran track.

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NICK GLAVIN RS SENIOR • K/P • 5-7 • 160 KETTERING, OH/ALTER

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CAREER STATS Kick Scoring FGM PAT Pts. 2007 3-5 35-37 44 2008 11-16 39-42 72 2009 5-11 17-17 32 TOTALS 19-32 91-96 148 FG’s 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ LG Blkd 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 29 2 0-0 4-5 5-7 2-4 0-0 42 1 1-1 2-2 1-7 1-1 0-0 43 1 1-1 9-12 6-14 3-5 0-0 43 4

Punting 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

No. Yds. Avg. LP TB FC I20 Blkd 0 0 --- -- 0 0 0 0 54 1836 34.0 51 1 11 14 1 13 503 38.7 51 4 0 3 0 67 2339 34.9 51 5 11 17 1

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Glavin returns as the starting kicker in 2010. As a junior, Glavin accounted for 28 points, which was fourth-best on the team. He went 13 of 15 on PAT’s, and 5 of 11 on field goals with a long of 43 yards. He punted as well, recording a 38.7 yard average on 13 kicks. In 2008, Glavin finished second on the team in scoring with 72 points. He was 39 of 42 on PAT’s, and 11 of 16 on field goals with a long of 42 yards. He also punted in 2008, averaging 34.0 yards a punt. Of his 54 punts, 14 were downed inside the 20 and another 11 were fair caught. As a sophomore, he made 35 of 37 PAT’s in 2007 and also three-for-five in field goals with a long of 29 yards. He redshirted in 2006. Glavin is a three-time member of the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll and was First Team Academic All-PFL in 2008.

PERSONAL

Son of Robert and Sheila Glavin...Born June 18, 1988...Glavin was a Second Team All-Greater Catholic League kicker at Alter where he also captained the hockey team. He is majoring in chemical engineering.

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JUSTIN GRIFFIS SENIOR • C • 6-1 • 275 SIDNEY, OH/SIDNEY

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Griffis finished the 2009 season as an Honorable Mention All-PFL performer. After entering the year at guard, Griffis was moved to center when projected starter Blake Saul was injured. He went on to make every start at the center position in 2009. He enters the season as the anchor of an experienced Dayton offensive line. In his redshirt freshman season, Griffis did play in ten games at center for the Flyers. Griffis did not see game action in the 2007 season. He is two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Greg Griffis and Sharon Forney....Born on August 3, 1988....Has three sisters....Majoring in Political Science....Griffis was Sidney High School’s captain in 2005 and 2006, earned Southwest District Honorable Mention back-to-back years (2005,2006), was a VESPA Outstanding Lineman Award Winner and the 2006 team’s Offensive MVP. He was a two-time All-GWOC selection. He was Class President, a member of National Honor Society, and finished in the top 10% of his senior class.

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MARCUS HARMON RS SOPHOMORE • DT • 6-2 • 230 INDIANAPOLIS, IN/LAWRENCE NORTH

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total Sacks 2009 0 1 1 0.0-0 TOTALS 0 1 1

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AT DAYTON Harmon appeared in two games for the Flyers in 2009, getting in on one tackle. He entered the year second on depth chart at defensive end behind seniors Brandon Wingeier and Greg Ochab. Harmon saw action in five games for the Flyers during the 2008 season and was a member of the 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Ethel Harmon....Born on September 9, 1989....Majoring in Business Marketing....Harmon was team captain for Lawrence North, and first team all-conference and first team all-area as a senior. His cousin, Dan Williams, is a retired NFL player.

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JOEY HOMAN SENIOR • LB • 6-1 • 225

KETTERING, OH/CHAMINADE-JULIENNE

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Homan appeared in three games for the Flyers in 2009. He is expected to see time in the rotation at linebacker in 2010. He was named to the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Homan is a transfer from the University of Cincinnati. After attending UC for one-and-a-half years, he was in the Bearcats’ 2009 spring camp before transferring to UD. He was an All-GCL selection his junior and senior year at Chaminade-Julienne High School. He earned three letters in football and baseball at C-J. Homan is majoring in general studies at UD.


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TYLER HUJIK RS SOPHOMORE • WR • 5-11 • 165 KENOSHA, WI/TREMPER

CAREER STATS Receiving No. Yds. TD LP Avg. 2008 15 101 0 17 8.4 TOTALS 15 101 0 17 8.4

AT DAYTON In 2009, Hujik did not see any action due to shoulder surgery. He played in eight games as a slot receiver as a true freshmen in 2008, finishing the year with 15 catches for 101 yards. He received the ROTC Cannonball Award as the team’s top newcomer for the 2008 season. He was a member of the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll and is expected to make an impact on offense this year, as he enters the year as a starter at wide receiver.

PERSONAL

Son of Marc and Terri Hujik....Born on November 8, 1989....Has two sisters, Alexa and Sydney....Majoring in Finance....Hujik was team captain and Tremper High School’s Offensive MVP in 2007....was selected First Team All-Wisconsin, was conference Player of the Year and a nominee of both Wisconsin Player of the Year and Old Spice State Player of the Year....received Ameche Award....was a member of National Honor Society and a two-time class Vice-President....graduated in the top 10% of class.

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DAN JACOB RS SOPHOMORE • RB • 6-0 • 195 SIDNEY, OH/LEHMAN CATHOLIC

CAREER STATS Rushing No. Yds. TD LP Avg. 2009 89 319 3 25 3.6 TOTALS 89 319 3 25 3.6

AT DAYTON Jacob made one start on eleven appearances in 2009. As the backup running back, he gained 344 yards on 89 carries, while finishing second on the team in rushing touchdowns with three. He finished the 2009 season on the two-deep behind Brian Mack. Jacob did not see game action in the 2008 season for the Flyers. He was a member of the 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Bill and Peggy Jacob....Born on March 30, 1989....Has two brothers and one sister....Majoring in Business Accounting at UD....Jacob was captain and MVP as a senior at Lehman Catholic. He was selected First Team All-Ohio, and was the District Offensive Player of the Year. He holds the school records for career rushing (4,554 yards) and TD’s (59). He was also the captain of the baseball team and a member of National Honor Society.

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ALEX JOHNSTON GAITHERSBURG, MD/GONZAGA COLLEGE HS

CAREER STATS Receiving No. Yds. TD LP Avg. 2009 1 12 0 12 12.0 TOTALS 1 12 0 12 12.0

AT DAYTON Johnston is listed as the starting tight end for the Flyers in 2010. He made an appearance in nine games for the Flyers during the 2009 season. After being moved from defensive end to tight end, he recorded his first career catch against Morehead State (10/2), which was good for 12 yards. He played in three games for the Flyers in 2008 and was a member of the 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of James and Kristen Johnston....Born January 24, 1989....Has one sister and one brother....Majoring in Operations Management & Marketingt at UD....Alex was team captain, and first team all-conference in football and a two-year letterman in track for Gonzaga.

2010 FLYER FOOTBALL

SENIOR. • TE • 6-3 • 235

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A.J. KALTENBACH

SENIOR • FLYER • 5-11 • 195

NEW ALBANY, OH/ST. FRANCIS DeSALES

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total TFL PBU Int. 2008 6 2 8 0.0-0 0 0 2009 3 8 11 1.0-1 0 0 CAREER 9 10 19 1.0-1 0 0

AT DAYTON

Kaltenbach saw action in every game during the 2009 campaign for the Flyers. As the backup at the “Flyer” position for James Vercammen, he recorded 11 tackles, recovered a fumble, and had one tackle for loss on the year. Kaltenbach saw time in seven games during the 2008 campaign. He recorded eight tackles, six of which were unassisted, blocked a kick and had a kick return for five yards. In 2007, Kaltenbach sat out the season as a redshirt. He is a two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll. He now opens the 2010 season as a starter at the safety position.

PERSONAL

Son of James Kaltenbach and Elizabeth Carnes....Born on January 4, 1989....Has one brother and three sisters....Majoring in Business Marketing at UD....Kaltenbach was a team captain, First Team All-Central Ohio, and Second Team All-Ohio in 2006. He was a three-time All-Central Ohio baseballer and also second team all-state. A.J. was a member of National Honor Society and is currently part of the University of Dayton Honors Program.

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KEVIN KERN

RS SOPHOMORE • DE • 6-3 • 220 TOLEDO, OH/ST. FRANCIS De SALES

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total Sacks 2009 0 1 1 0.0-0 TOTALS 0 1 1

AT DAYTON

Kern enters the year expected to see time at right defensive end, as the Flyers replace fifth-year senior Greg Ochab. As his backup, Kern accounted for one tackle, while playing in every game during the 2009 season. Kern did not see any game action in 2008, but was a member of the 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Mike and Martha Kern...He has one brother named Kent...Born March 2, 1990...Majoring in Accounting...Kern was first team all-city, first team all-district, first team all-region, and Honorable Mention All-State for St. Francs de Sales High School. He was also a two-year letterwinner in track and was a member of the Latin Honor Society.

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DEVON LANGHORST SENIOR • DE • 6-3 • 225 SIDNEY, OH/SIDNEY

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total PBU TFL Int. 2008 2 2 4 0.0-0 0 0 2009 3 3 6 0.0-0 0 0 CAREER 2 2 4 0.0-0 0

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AT DAYTON

After a year hampered by injuries, Langhorst returns at full strength and has been penciled in as the starting right defensive end .He worked his way onto the two-deep and finished the 2009 season behind senior Brandon Wingeier. While playing in six games, he was one of seven Flyers to account for a quarterback hurry. Langhorst recorded six tackles on the year. In 2008, Langhorst saw action in eight games for the Flyers and recorded four tackles. He redshirted the 2007 season. He is a two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Rick and Claudia Langhorst....Born on January 24, 1989....Has one brother, Ethan....Majoring in Intervention Specialist....Devon was team captain, team MVP both junior and senior year, and selected First Team All-Southwest Ohio. He was also all-conference in track as a long jumper and pole-vaulter. Devon was selected as the Athlete of the Year at his high school and is a member of National Honor Society.

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BRIAN MACK RS SOPHOMORE • RB • 6-0 • 195 HARRISON CITY, PA/PENN TRAFFORD

CAREER STATS Rushing No. Yds. TD LP Avg. 2009 124 485 4 28 3.9 TOTALS 124 485 4

AT DAYTON

Mack steadily moved up the depth chart to finish second on the team in rushing (485 yards, four TD’s) behind quarterback and MVP, Steve Valentino. He made eight starts on 11 appearances and helped Dayton to a 7-1 conference record. He redshirted the 2008 season for the Flyers. Mack now hopes to have a productive year as he is the projected starting running back for the Flyers in 2010.

PERSONAL

Son of David and Linda Mack....Born on February 27, 1990....Has one brother and one sister....Majoring in Finance at UD....Mack was team captain, team MVP and first team all-conference as a senior at Penn Trafford High School. He was also a member of the East Elite team, the Pittsburgh Post Gazette’s Pittsburgh Fab 22 and the Foothills All-Star game. Mack was president of the student union.

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ZACH McPHERSON RS SENIOR • TE • 5-11 • 205 NEWARK, OH/NEWARK CATHOLIC

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CAREER STATS Rushing No. Yds. TD LP Avg. 2007 2 6 0 4 3.0 2008 13 31 1 9 2.4 TOTALS 15 37 1

9 2.5

Receiving No. Yds. TD LP Avg. 2007 0 0 0 0 0.0 2008 3 4 0 4 1.3 TOTALS 3 4 0 4 1.3

AT DAYTON

After being moved from the backfield to the tight end position, McPherson played in every game while making two starts on the year. Also playing special teams, he recorded six tackles in 2009. He finished the season second on the depth chart behind teammate JMichael Jonard at wide receiver, and brings in 2010 listed behind Alex Johnston at tight end. As a junior, he played in eight games for the Flyers, rushing 13 times for 31 yards and caught three passes for four yards. In 2007, McPherson saw action in two games. He rushed the ball twice for six yards to start off his career. McPherson was a late addition to the roster in 2006 and redshirted the season.

PERSONAL

Son of Dianne and Rick McPherson...Born August 31, 1987...A Communication Management Major at UD ...McPherson was Division Six Defensive Player of the year, first team all-state, district defensive player of the year, Columbus Dispatch First Team Defense, Newark Advocate (hometown newspaper) Offensive player of the year, broke the school record for touchdowns (27), and had 1,430 yards senior year at Newark Catholic.

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JAMIE MEWHINNEY RS SOPHOMORE • OT • 6-2 • 255

AT DAYTON

Mewhinney is listed behind Dan Prindle at right offensive tackle for 2010, after he appeared in two games during the 2009 season for the Flyers. He was a member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll for the second consecutive year. He did not see any game action in 2008.

PERSONAL

Mewhinney played tight end and defensive end for St. Edward’s High School, but is a tackle at UD. He started two years in football and was a threeyear starter on the baseball team. Mewhinney was also a four-time member of the St. Edward’s honor roll. The son of Jim and Sharon Mewhinney... He has two siblings, Michael who plays football at John Carroll University, and sister Kayla...Majoring in Sport Management...Born October 19,1989

2010 FLYER FOOTBALL

BRUNSWICK, OH/ST. EDWARD’S

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CAREER STATS

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NATE MILLER

SENIOR • K/P • 5-10 • 185 MEDINA, OH/MEDINA

Kick Scoring FGM PAT Pts. 2007 3-5 35-37 44 2008 11-16 39-42 72 2009 5-8 17-17 32 TOTALS 19-32 81-96 148 FG’s 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ LG Blkd 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 29 2 0-0 4-5 5-7 2-4 0-0 42 1 1-1 2-4 2-3 0-0 0-0 36 1 1-1 9-14 7-10 2-4 0-0 42 4

Punting 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

No. Yds. Avg. 0 0 --- 54 1836 34.0 41 1608 39.2 95 3444 36.3

AT DAYTON

Miller saw action as the primary punter for the Flyer’s in 2009. He averaged 39.2 yards a punt during the 2009 season. Of his 41 punts, 21 were downed inside the 20 and five were over 50 yards, including a season long 59 yard boot. He also saw time at kicker, where he made five field goals, on eight kicks. Miller’s efforts earned him a spot on the Academic All-PFL Second Team. He played in one game during the 2008 season after redshirting in 2007.

PERSONAL

Son of Scott and Denise Miller...Born on December 11, 1988...He has one sister, Kelli...Majoring in Marketing ...Varsity letter winner in football and basketball... 2005 Pioneer Conference Honorable Mention and Second Team All-Northeast Ohio.

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LP TB FC I20 Blkd -- 0 0 0 0 51 1 11 14 1 59 5 2 15 0 59 6 13 29 1

JUSTIN MILLIO SENIOR • WR • 5-9 • 180 WELLINGTON, FL/WELLINGTON

CAREER STATS Receiving No. Yds. TD LP Avg. 2008 15 101 0 17 8.4 2009 22 203 2 39 9.2 TOTALS 37 304 2 56 8.2

AT DAYTON

In 2009, Millio saw action in nine games, making five starts throughout the season. His 22 receptions were fourth-best on the team, as he averaged 9.2 yards per grab, with 203 receiving yards and two touchdowns on the year. He also touched the ball as a kick returner, finishing the year with 310 allpurpose yards. In his first season as a starter, Millio led the team and set a Flyer single-season record with 67 receptions (for 526 yards and three TD’s) in 2008. He did not see any game action during the 2007 season. Millio came to UD as a running back, but converted to slot receiver in the spring of 2008. He was a member of the 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Steven and Jamie Millio....Born on September 15, 1988....Has one sister, Danielle....Majoring in Physical Education....Was team captain and MVP as a senior for Wellington High....After earning Rookie of the Year honors as a freshman, he was first team all-conference, first team all-county, and played in the Outback Bowl All-Star Game....Was the Male Athlete of the Year as a senior.

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MIKE MORANTE RS SENIOR • DT • 6-1 • 250 VENETIA, PA/PETERS TOWNSHIP

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total TFL Sacks QBH 2007 1 0 1 1.0-7 1.0-7 0 2008 2 2 4 1.0-2 0.0.-0 1 2009 2 16 18 2.0-16 1.0-13 2 TOTAL

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AT DAYTON

Morante enters the year as the expected starter at defensive tackle, after he had a strong year in 2009, making five starts on 11 appearances. He finished the year with 18 total tackles, two tackles for loss, one sack, two pass breakups, and one fumble recovery. Morante played in 10 games in a reserve role in 2008 and was in on seven tackles, with a QB hurry and a fumble recovery. He cut his teeth in a reserve role in the 2007 season, by seeing action in four games and contributing three tackles and a sack. Morante redshirted as a freshman.

PERSONAL

Son of Carl and Donna Morante....Born on February 12, 1988....Has one brother, Dave....Majoring in Marketing....A three-year, two-way starter for Peters Township, Morante was named all-conference as a sophomore, junior and senior. He set the school single-season record for tackles (95) as a senior, and finished fifth in career tackles. He was captain of the team his senior year and also a member of the Pittsburgh Fabulous 22 his junior and senior years.

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ANTHONY PAPP RS SENIOR • WR • 6-3 • 195 NAPERVILLE, IL/NEUQUA VALLEY

CAREER STATS Receiving 2007 2008 2009

No. Yds. TD 3 30 0 1 19 0 19 213 0

LP Avg. 18 10.0 19 19.0 23 11.2

TOTALS 23 262 0 23 11.4

AT DAYTON

After starting receiver Steve Valentino was moved to quarterback, Papp stepped in and played well in 2009. He finished with 213 receiving yards on 19 receptions. He played in ten games for the flyers, making nine starts. In 2008, Papp saw action in four games, tallying one catch for 19 yards. He saw action in four games, hauling in three catches for 30 yards during the 2007 campaign. Papp redshirted for the Flyers during the 2006 season. He enters 2010 as the starting flanker for the Flyers.

PERSONAL

Son of Thomas and Janice Papp...Born on March 17, 1988...Has two siblings...Majoring in Marketing...Papp was an All-UpState Conference performer and team captain in high school.

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JEFF PECHAN

CAREER STATS

SENIOR. • QB • 6-2 • 175

Passing Att.-Com.-Int. Yds. Pct. Eff. TD 2008 32-54-0 377 .593 136.24 3

ST. CHARLES, IL/ST. CHARLES NORTH

TOTALS

32-54-0 377 .593 136.24 3

AT DAYTON

In 2009, Pechan entered the year as the expected starter at quarterback, however after an on-the-job shoulder injury, he would go on to miss the entire season. He completed 32 of 54 passes (.593) for 377 yards and three touchdowns in 2008. He also rushed a total of 104 yards, which resulted in two touchdowns. As a freshman, Pechan redshirted the season. He is two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll. He enters the year listed as the #2 QB.

PERSONAL

Son of Don and Sue Pechan....Born on September 5, 1988....Majoring in Business Accounting at UD....Pechan was selected Special Mention All-Illinois his senior year for St. Charles North High School. He was Third Team Upstate 8 as well as recipient of academic all-conference honors.

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MATT PFLEGER RS SOPHOMORE • CB • 6-1 • 200 KNOXVILLE, TN/KNOXVILLE CATHOLIC

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total TFL PBU Int. 2009 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0

AT DAYTON

After playing receiver in 2009, Pfleger enters 2010 as one of the projected starting cornerbacks. He played in 10 games on the year in 2009, recording one tackle. Pfleger redshirted the 2008 season.

PERSONAL

Son of Chad and Lila Pfleger....Born on September 6, 1990....Has two brothers, Luke and John....Is majoring in Marketing at UD ....Pfleger was a four-year letter winner in both football and baseball for Knoxville Catholic. He was an all-district and all-region selection both as a football player and a pitcher. He was captain of the football team and a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

2010 FLYER FOOTBALL

CAREER 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0

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JARED PHILLIPS JUNIOR • QB/P • 6-1 • 195 ALPENA, MI/ALPENA

CAREER STATS Passing Att.-Com.-Int. Yds. Pct. Eff. TD 2009 14-32-3 145 .44 73.68 1 Punting No. Yds. Avg. LP TB FC I20 Blkd 2008 11 347 31.5 45 1 2 4 0 TOTALS 11 347 31.5 45 1

AT DAYTON

After an injury to Timmy Fogarty in the opening half of the first game of the season against Urbana, Phillips stepped in and went 14 of 32 for 145 yards. Unfortunately, he would go on to injure his shoulder on the last play of the game. He played in only four games for the Flyers and finished the year with a 73.38 passer rating. He was a member of the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll. In the 2008 season, Phillips saw game action in three games for the Flyers, punting 11 times for a 31.5 average. He had a long punt of 45 yards and put four punts inside the 20-yard-line.

PERSONAL

Son of Howie and Grace Phillips....Born on November 15, 1989....Has one brother, Kyle....Majoring in Exercise Science at UD....A versatile performer, Phillips lettered in football, basketball, baseball and track for Alpena High School. He was team captain in both football and basketball, Alpena’s Offensive Player of the Year as a senior, and an all-conference honoree as a quarterback and punter. He was a member of National Honor Society, recipient of four academic letters and graduated in the top 5% of his class.

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DAN PRINDLE SENIOR • OT • 6-3 • 275 FAIRBORN, OH/CARROLL

AT DAYTON

Prindle entered 2009 as the projected starter at right tackle and did, in fact start every game he played in for the Flyers. His efforts helped lead the Flyers to a 9-2 record, and a share of the PFL title. He also earned a spot on the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll and Second Team Academic All-PFL. In 2008: After redshirting the 2007 season, Prindle was listed at #2 right tackle on the pre-season depth chart. He was able to see playing time in every one of the Flyers 12 games of the 2008 season. He was also a member of the 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll. He comes back in 2010 as the starting right tackle and as an Allstate Good Works Team Finalist.

PERSONAL

Son of Eric and Kim Prindle....Has two sisters and a brother....Born February 24, 1989....Majoring in Mechanical Engineering....Is a UD Scholar Athlete and member of the Berry Scholars Program....Prindle was Carroll’s team captain, First Team All-GCL, First Team All-Dayton Area, First Team All-Southwest Ohio and Second Team Division II. He was a member of National Honor Society and finished in the top 10 of his class.

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MATT RIDDLE SENIOR • DE • 6-2 • 220

KISKI, PA/KISKI AREA HS & KISKI PREP

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total 2007 1 0 1 2008 2 2 4 2009 5 2 7 TOTAL

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AT DAYTON

Riddle enters the year at defensive end and is projected to see time on the defensive line. He recorded seven tackles on the year, five solo, and played in every game for the Flyers last season. In 2008, Riddle worked his way onto the field, seeing playing time in the final four games of the season. In 2007, as a freshman, Riddle made his Dayton debut against Valparaiso, where he recorded a solo tackle for the Flyers. He was a member of the 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Steven and Mary Jo Riddle....Born March 6, 1988....Has one sister, Stephanie....Majoring in Business Finance and Entrepreneurship.... Riddle was captain of both the football and wrestling teams, and also lettered in track. As a footballer, he was selected all-conference. In wrestling, he finished eighth in state in 2006 and third in nationals in 2007.

TFL Sacks QBH 1.0-7 1.0-7 0 1.0-2 0.0.-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0

8 4 12 2.09 1.0-7 1

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JOE RIES RS SENIOR • LB • 6-1 • 210 CINCINNATI, OH/ST. XAVIER

AT DAYTON

CAREER STATS Def. Stats 2007 2008 2009

UT AT Total 4 4 8 35 39 74 23 47 70

PBU TFL Int. 1 0-0 0-0 7 7.5-31 2-23 2 4.5-8 3-73

TOTALS

62 90 152

9 12.0-41 5-93

A 2010 co-captain, Ries had another impressive year, as he was named First Team All-PFL for the second time in 2009. His 70 tackles (23 solo) was second-best on the team for the second consecutive time, adding 4.5 tackles for loss, a team-high three interceptions, two pass breakups, and two forced fumbles. His efforts on the field were equally matched in the classroom, as he earned honors on the Second Team Academic All-PFL, Flyer All-Academic Team, and ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV Second Team. He was named Defensive Player of the Week after he forced three turnovers and added eight tackles against Davidson. Ries had a breakout season in 2008, starting all 12 games for the Flyers. His 74 tackles was second-best on the team, with 35 solo, 7.5 for loss, three sacks, two interceptions and, two fumble recoveries. Ries saw game action in eight games for the Flyers in 2007. He recorded eight tackles and a sack. Ries did not see game action in 2006. He is a four-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Bob and Barb Ries...Born on May 2, 1988...Majoring in Sport Management...Ries was captain of St. Xavier’s state championship team in 2005. He was First Team All-GCL and earned the U.S. Army Team Player Award. He was also a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society.

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ERIC ROBBE SENIOR • S • 6-1 • 205 CINCINNATI, OH/ST. XAVIER

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total TFL PBU Int. 2008 0 2 2 0.5-0 0 0 2009 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 CAREER 0 2 2 0.5-0 0 0

AT DAYTON

Robbe played in two games for the Flyers in 2009. He enters 2010 listed as the starting safety. He saw time in five games for the Flyers in 2008, after redshirting the 2007 season.

PERSONAL

Son of Dave and Marcy Robbe....Born on July 30, 1989....Majoring in Marketing....Robbe was selected Second Team All-GCL and Second Team All-Cincinnati as a senior for St. X.

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SENIOR • C • 6-0 • 270

HILLIARD, OH/HILLIARD DAVIDSON

AT DAYTON

Saul was expected to start at the center position, but he was set back due to an injury in 2009. He returns in 2010 and is expected to bolster a pretty experienced UD offensive line. He was a member of the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll. In 2008, Saul started all 12 games for the Flyers. He did not see any action for the during the 2007 season.

PERSONAL

Son of David and Lynn Saul....Born on March 7, 1989....Has two brothers, Mike and Patrick....Majoring in Biology with a Psychology minor.... Saul was team captain of the Hilliard Davidson’s 2006 State Champions. He was also Second Team All-Ohio and First Team All-Conference. A three-sport letterwinner (football, wrestling and track), Saul was a district qualifier in wrestling.

2010 FLYER FOOTBALL

BLAKE SAUL

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TYLER SAVISKY RS SOPHOMORE • WR • 6-2 • 180 OAKDALE, PA/WEST ALLEGHENY

CAREER STATS Receiving 2009

No. 3

Yds. TD LP Avg. 46 30 15.3

AT DAYTON

Savisky finished the 2009 campaign behind Justin Watkins at split end and will open up 2010 at the same capacity. He appeared in five games for the Flyers and brought down three balls for 46 yards in 2009. He did not see any action in the 2008 season.

PERSONAL

Born on February 16,1990 to Lew and Terri, Savisky has two siblings. He was first team all-conference in football. He was a four-year letterman in baseball, all-conference three times and was team captain of West Allegheny’s WPIAL championship team as a senior. He was a two-year letterman in football and all-conference in football junior and senior year. He was a member of National Honor Society and Spanish Club. He is majoring in Pre-Physical Therapy.

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BRAD SCHMITT SENIOR • DT • 6-3 • 240 LOUISVILLE, KY/ST. XAVIER

AT DAYTON

Schmitt enters the 2010 season battling for a spot on the depth chart at defensive tackle. He did not see any game action in 2009 or 2008 seasons after redshirting as a freshman. Schmitt is a two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Dr. Steven and Ann Schmitt....Born on April 11, 1989....Has one sister, Abbey....Majoring in International Business....Schmitt was team captain and first team all-conference for the state runner-up Louisville St. Xavier High School 2006 team. He was selected as a participant in the Louisville East-West All-Star game, and was a member of the 2004 Division VI State Champion team as well as the 2004 and 2005 District Champion team.

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KYLE SEBETIC RS FRESHMAN • CB • 6-0 • 165 PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WI/TREMPER

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AT DAYTON

In 2009, Sebetic did not see any action after redshirting as a freshman. After an impressive spring, Sebetic enters the 2010 season as one of the expected starters at cornerback.

PERSONAL

Son of Marybeth and Craig...Born on June 27, 1991...Has one sister, Kristen... Sebetic was captain and Defensive MVP of his Tremper High School football team. He was all-conference, all-county, and selected to play in the Wisconsin All-Star game. Sebetic was a member of the National Honor Society and is studying Pre-Dentistry at UD.


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ROBERT STRONG RS FRESHMAN • S • 6-0 • 180 DETROIT, MI / STEVENSON

AT DAYTON

Strong did not see action during the 2009 season for the Flyers. He was a member of the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll. He enters 2010 as a projected backup safety after an impressive spring.

PERSONAL

Son of William and Karen Strong...Brother is Jonathan...Born on July 11, 1990... Strong was captain and defensive MVP for Stevenson as a senior. He was all-conference and all-county in 2008. He intercepted nine passes in his high school career, the second-most in school history. He was captain and MVP in track, and holds the school record in high hurdles. Strong was a state qualifier in the long jump, high hurdles, and 4x100 meter relay. A member of the National Honor Society, a four-time academic all-conference selection and Academic All-Michigan as a senior, he is studying Chemical Engineering at UD.

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ERIC STUDT RS SENIOR • OT • 6-1 • 280 BETHEL PARK, PA/BETHEL PARK

AT DAYTON PERSONAL

Studt returns in 2010, after starting every game at left tackle for the Flyers in 2009. He is a three-time letterwinner and was a part of a 2009 offensive line that only allowed 16 sacks on the year. Studt played in all 12 games for the Flyers in 2008 and started four. He was a member of the Fall 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll. He lettered in 2007 playing in nine games. Studt did not see game action in 2006, but was named Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year. Son of Paul and Janice Studt...Brother is Brian...Born on October 6, 1987...Majoring in Mechanical Engineering...Studt was team captain and named first team all-conference twice (defensive tackle as a junior, offensive tackle as a senior) for the Bethel Park football team, and he was selected to play in the PSFCA East West All-Star game. Studt was a member of the National Honor Society and earned three varsity letters in football and three in track.

CAREER STATS Passing Att.-Com.-Int. Yds. Pct. Eff. TD 2007 5-3-1 3 .600 25.04 0 2008 15-5-0 33 .333 51.81 0 2009 170-286-8 2376 .590 139.78 14 TOTALS 190-294-8 2412 .400 96.9 14

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STEVE VALENTINO RS SENIOR • QB • 5-10 • 172 SOLON, OH/SOLON

Rushing 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

No. 11 34 164 209

Yds. TD LP Avg. 51 1 13 4.6 103 0 34 3.0 722 10 64 4.4 876 11 64 3.4

Receiving TOTALS

55 671 5 46 12.5

Punt Returns No. Yds. TD LP Avg. TOTALS 26 309 0 37 11.9

AT DAYTON

As a First Team All-PFL performer at the wide receiver position in 2008, Valentino followed up his efforts with another First-Team selection. However this time, as the quarterback for the Flyers. Valentino started the first game at receiver and recorded five receptions for 45 yards and one touchdown. After several unexpected injuries, he stepped under center to lead the PFL in total offensive yards and led all quarterbacks in rushing yards. With several impressive offensive performances, he was named offensive player of the week four times, three coming in a four week span. Tabbed White-Allen Most Valuable Player and also selected to the Academic All-PFL First-Team, the co-captain returns for his redshirt senior season. He finished the 2009 season as the team rushing and passing leader. Now he is the first player in Flyer football history to be named to the Payton Award Watch List, an award that is given the nation’s top FCS player. Valentino was a new starter at a new position in 2008, and he earned First Team All-PFL honors as a wideout and honorable mention PFL honors as a kick returner. He was honored after catching 50 passes (2nd on the team) for 626 yards (1st) and four TD’s (1st) and averaging team-best 23.9 yards on kickoff returns and 11.8 yards on punt returns. The fastest Flyer (4.47 in the 40) was in the top five in the PFL in receiving yards per game (5th, 52.2), punt return average (5th, 11.8), kickoff return average (2nd, 23.9) and all-purpose yards per game (4th, 122.2). He earned his first letter during the 2007 season, seeing action in 11 games for the Flyers, running 11 times for 56 yards and a TD, completing three of five passes for three yards and returning two punts for 26 yards. Valentino is a three-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll, and was Second Team Academic All-PFL in 2008.

PERSONAL

Son of Frank and Linda Valentino...Born on October 30, 1987...Received his Bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurship...Currently pursuing an MBA in Entrepreneurship & Marketing... Valentino was a three sport captain at Solon (football, basketball and baseball), was named County Player of the Year and a First Team All Ohio safety as a senior. He was named the MVP of the East-West Greater Cleveland Coaches Association All-Star Game. He was point guard on the basketball team and MVP of the baseball team. He was also a member of National Honor Society. His sister Jessica was a gymnast at Miami.

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Kickoff Returns TOTALS 19 454 0 48 23.9

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JAMES VERCAMMEN RS SENIOR • FLYER • 5-10 • 192 BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI/GROVES

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT 2007 6 2008 36 2009 61

AT Total TFL PBR Int. 9 15 2.0-23 0 0-0 26 62 6.5-24 4 1-22 73 134 17.0-61 3 0-0

TOTALS 103 108

211 25.5-108 7

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Entering the year on the “Buchanan Watch” list, an award that goes to the nation’s best defensive player on the FCS level, is James Vercammen. Playing the hybrid linebacker/safety position known as “Flyer” in the Dayton defensive scheme, Vercammen had the kind of season that in most years would have earned him Pioneer Football Player of the Year honors. The best player on the best defense in the PFL, Vercammen set a new PFL single-season record with 134 tackles, which led the league, and was third nationally (12.2 per game). He averaged more than two tackles per game better than anyone else in the conference, and had 64 more total hits than anyone else on the team. He had 17.0 tackles in the backfield (1st on the team and 2nd in the PFL), six sacks (2nd on the team, ninth in the PFL) and broke up three passes. He was selected as Defensive Player of the Week once and was honored as a FCS Second Team All-American. He was a First Team All-PFL selection and was on the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll. Vercammen participated in 11 of the 12 games for the Flyers in the 2008 campaign, joining the starting line-up for four. He recorded one interception for 22 yards, an unassisted sack and 62 tackles (36 of which were solo). He was fourth on the team in hits, and had a career-high 14 tackles (11 solo) at Jacksonville. In 2007, Vercammen contributed to the Flyer season with 15 tackles. He saw action in 11 games. Vercammen redshirted the season in 2006, but was named a Scout Team Player of the Week going into the Drake game.

PERSONAL

Son of David Vercammen and Lynn Medow...Born on September 1, 1987... Majoring in Philosophy ...Vercammen was a captain on three teams at Groves (football, wrestling and track). In football, he was named first team all-metro and first team all-county.

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CHASE WALTON JUNIOR • CB • 5-11 • 185 COLUMBUS, OH / HILLIARD DARBY

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total TFL PBR Int. 2008 6 1 7 0.0-0 1 0-0 2009 1 5 6 0.0-0 0 0-0 TOTALS 7 6 13 0.0-0 1 0-0

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Walton was the latest Flyer freshman cornerbacks who made an impact right out of the chute, following current teammates Scott Horcher (seven starts in 2006) and Joe Castaneda (PFL Rookie of the Year in 2007). As a freshman in 2008, Walton played in 11 games totaling seven tackles and two passes defended. Walton made an appearance in nine games in 2009 for the Flyers. He recorded six tackles and is expected to make an impact at cornerback in 2010, as he enters the year behind teammate Kyle Sebetic.

PERSONAL

Son of Eugene and Jill Battisti....born on August 16, 1990....has two sisters and one brother....Walton is currently majoring in Marketing... was a First Team All-OCC performer in football, track and wrestling, for Hilliard Darby High School. In addition to captaining the wrestling team, he was a 2007-08 State Qualifier and two-time district qualifier. His brother Chance was a four-year letterwinner (2003-06) at corner for the Flyers.

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JON WARFORD RS SOPHOMORE • OT • 6-1 • 260 AMHERST, OH/AMHERST STEELE

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Warford returns for his senior season in 2010 and is expected to see time in the rotation at right tackle this year. As the backup to Dan Prindle, Warford played in eleven games, making one start. Warford saw action in six of the games during the 2008 season after redshirting in 2007. He is a two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Warford is the son of Jay and Wanda. He was born January 24, 1989. Warford was a two-sport captain (football and wrestling) for Amherst Steele High School. In football, he was First Team All-Northeast Ohio, and first team all-county. He was a member of the National Honor Society and finished in the top 10 of his senior class. He is a pre-medicine major.


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JUSTIN WATKINS RS SENIOR • WR • 5-11 • 185 ENGLEWOOD, OH/NORTHMONT

CAREER STATS Receiving 2007 2008 2009

No. Yds. TD 20 355 6 16 286 3 47 927 7

LP Avg. 41 17.8 57 17.9 66 19.7

TOTALS

83 1568 16 66 18.9

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Watkins is back for his final year with the Flyers after leading the team in receptions (47) and receiving yards (927) in 2009. He moved into the starting flanker role for the first time in 2009 and finished with seven touchdowns, which was second-best on the team in points with 42. He was a Second Team All-PFL selection. In 2007 Watkins caught 20 balls and led Dayton in yards per catch (17.8). Six of his receptions were for TD’s, which was tied for second on the team. He tore is ACL in the final regular season game of the year, but came back eight months afterwards and started six games and played in all 12 contests of the 2008 season for the Flyers. Watkins caught 16 passes for 286 yards and three touchdowns, which was tied for second on the team. His 17.9 yards per catch were also second on the team. He also had one carry for 13 yards and a key touchdown vs. Butler. He is the third Flyer receiver to take on the recent tradition of UD’s top returning wideout switching to the #1 jersey. Michigan native and UD’s second-leading career receiver Ryan Wrobleski started it in 2003 and third-leading receiver Nick Ruhe picked up the baton in 2005. Watkins made the move in 2008. He is a three-time member of the PFL Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Marty and Beth Barker...Born on March 29, 1988...Has two brothers, Tyler and Chad....Received a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education and is pursuing a Master’s degree in School Counseling...A three-sport captain (football, basketball and baseball) at Northmont, Watkins was all-conference in each sport. He also graduated in the top 10% of his senior class and was a member of the National Honor Society.

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ZACH WEBER RS SOPHOMORE • DT • 6-0 • 270 OCEANSIDE, CA/VISTA

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total Sacks 2009 0 2 2 0.0-0 TOTALS 0 2 2

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Weber enters 2010 as the starting right defensive tackle, after seeing some time in 2009, making one start on five appearances last season for the Flyers. He was a 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll selection. In 2008, Weber did not see any action.

PERSONAL

Son of Timothy and Andrea Weber...Born November 2, 1989...Majoring in Mechanical Engineering…He has four siblings, Josh, Nathan, Christopher, and Lauren... Weber played defensive tackle, defensive end, linebacker, fullback, tight end and long-snapped during his career at Vista High School. He was Vista’s Most Improved Player in 2006, and winner of the “Spirit of the Panther” award in 2007.

TFL Int. 0-0 0

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GOODLAND, IN/SOUTH NEWTON

CAREER STATS Def. Stats UT AT Total TFL PBR Int. 2008 10 4 14 1.0-1 0 1-0 2009 8 16 24 7.5-39 4 0 TOTALS 18 20 38 8.5-40 4 1-0

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Welsh was expected to return at safety in 2010, however an injury will keep him off the field for the entire year. In 2009 Welsh made five starts and was able to breakup two passes, account for one interception, make 24 tackles, (two in the backfield), and record one sack before an injury sidelined him for the final six games of the season. He was named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District IV First Team and Academic All-PFL First Team. Welsh was penciled in as the starter after a very good freshmen season in 2008, seeing action in eight games for the Flyers. He returned 11 punts for 104 yards with a long of 27 yards. Defensively, Welsh tallied 14 tackles (one for a loss), and one interception. Welsh is a two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Born on June 12,1989 to Jeff and Teresa, Welsh is one of three children. He was team captain, team MVP and conference Player of the Year in both football and basketball as a senior at South Newton High School. He was also First Team All-Indiana and was chosen to play in the Indiana North-South All-Star football game. He was a member of National Honor Society, ranked fifth in his class. He is studying electrical & computer engineering at UD.

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JUNIOR • S • 6-1 • 190

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BRANDON WINGEIER RS SENIOR • DE • 6-3 • 241 NEWARK, OH/NEWARK

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CAREER STATS Def. Stats 2007 2008 2009

UT 3 15 18

AT Total Sacks TFL FF 5 8 2.0-20 2.5-21 0 24 39 5.0-24 10.0-35 2 21 39 6.5-31 11.5-43 1

TOTALS

36 50

96 13.5-75 24.0-99 3

Wingeier had another impressive season at defensive end as he was the only Flyer to be named First Team ESPN The Magazine All-American. He finished 2009, with 39 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, a team-best 6.5 sacks, (for a loss of 31 total yards), and added an interception and two fumble recoveries. He was named Defensive Player of the Week after a dominate game against Valparaiso. In 2009, he was also named to the FCS Athletics Director Association Academic All-Star Team and First Team All-PFL. On the field in 2008, Wingeier started all twelve games of the season for the Flyers. He added 39 tackles to the team, (ten of which were in the backfield) with 15 being unassisted tackles. He had five sacks for a total loss of 24 yards. After redshirting as a freshman, Wingeier played in 11 games for the Flyers during the 2007 season. He saw much of action on special teams, but on the year, he had eight hits (three solo) and two sacks worth 20 yards in opponent losses. He has been a great performer in the classroom as well, being a two-time First Team Academic All-PFL selection, four-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll, and two-time First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV honoree.

PERSONAL

Son of Ben and Debbie Wingeier...Born on November 26, 1987...has one sister, Leah....Majoring in Mechanical Engineering...Wingeier was first team all league and all-county in football. In hockey, he was a three-time captain and named to the league all-star team as a senior. Wingeier was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated with the top 5% of his senior class.

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STEVE WIRKUS SENIOR • S • 6-1 • 185

BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, OH/BECKSVILLE-BROADVIEW HTS.

CAREER STATS Receiving 2009 TOTALS

No. Yds. TD LP Avg. 2 55 0 43 27.5 2 55 0 43 27.5

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In 2008, Wirkus saw action in four games throughout the season. He was a member of the 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll. Wirkus redshirted during the 2007 season.

PERSONAL

Son of Mark and Jan Wirkus...Born October 10, 1988...He has three siblings, Chris, Kevin, and Emily...Wirkus was a football captain, and first-team all-conference in football, basketball and baseball in high school. He was a member of National Honor Society and graduated in the top 10% of his class. He is studying Accounting at UD.

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ANDREW ZAPINSKI SENIOR • RB • 5-11 • 195 WESTMONT, IL/WESTMONT

CAREER STATS Rushing No. Yds. TD LP Avg. 2009 30 81 2 16 2.2 TOTALS 30 81 2 16 2.2

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Zapinski is returning after an injury plagued season. He ran for 81 yards on 30 attempts in 2009. In the 2008 season, Zapinski saw action in eight games. He carried the ball 10 times for 51 net yards. Zapinski lettered as a freshman, seeing action in nine games in the 2007 season. He carried the ball 16 times and gained 86 yards (4.9 yards per attempt) and scored a TD. He is a two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Susan and Robert Zapinski...Born on January 29, 1989...Brother of three... Majoring in Intervention Specialist...Andy was a three-sport team captain (football, basketball, baseball). He was First Team 3A All-Illinois, an All-State selection in football and a three-time All-Conference honoree in both football and baseball. He was a member of National Honor Society and finished top 15 of his class.


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DAVE ALLEN RS SOPHOMORE • OG • 6-2 • 250

SEWICKLEY, PA/SHADY SIDE ACADEMY

AT DAYTON Allen saw action in two games at the guard position for the Flyers in 2009. He

PERSONAL

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TOM CORCORAN RS FRESHMAN • OT • 6-4 • 275

PITTSBURGH, PA/PITTSBURGH CENTRAL CATHOLIC

spent the year on the two-deep behind Tyler Friedrich and enters 2010 expecting to see time in the rotation, behind the Flyer captain. Allen was redshirted for the 2008 season.

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In 2009, Corcoran did not see any action. He is expected to rotate in on UD’s offensive line in 2010. He was a member of the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

Son of David and Joy Allen…Born on March 5, 1990…A Operations Management major…Allen was first team all-conference in football. He also lettered in wrestling and track.

PERSONAL

Son of Chris and Don Corcoran... Born on April 1, 1991... Corcoran was all-conference and all-area in football. He is a Journalism major at UD.

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JAMES AUBREY RS SOPHOMORE • CB • 5-11 • 180 TROTWOOD, OH/WAYNE

AT DAYTON

Aubrey joined the team this spring and will sit out the 2010 season after transfering.

PERSONAL

Aubrey is a transfer from Tiffin University. At Tiffin, he played in three games and recorded five tackles on the year in 2009 and was named to the GLIAC All Academic Team... Son of Lillian Ragland and James Aubrey Jr... Stepson of LaMont Ragland ...Born March 21, 1989...Majoring in Pre-Law...A graduate of Wayne High School, Aubrey helped his team to an 8-2 season his senior year.

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BRIAN CUGLIARI RS SOPHOMORE • WR • 6-0 • 170 NORTH ROYALTON, OH/ST. IGNATIUS

AT DAYTON PERSONAL

KEVIN BELL RS FRESHMAN • DT • 6-3 • 235

CLIFTON, VA/ROBINSON SECONDARY

AT DAYTON

Bell redshirted the 2009 season. He was a member of the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Terry and Kevin Bell... Born on January 2, 1991... He has two siblings.... Majoring in Finance

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Cugliari enters 2010 hoping to see time at the receiver position. He did not in see action in 2009, after redshirting in 2008. Son of Nick and Rose Cugliari...Born March 28, 1989...He has two siblings, Chris and Meghan...Majoring in Operations Management...Cugliari was a football and track standout for St. Ignatius High School. His father Nick was a junior cornerback and kick returner on UD’s 1980 NCAA Division III national championship team, and mother is also a Dayton graduate. His younger sister Meghan is also attending UD.

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MATT DORENKOTT RS FRESHMAN • FLYER • 6-0 • 195 HUDSON, OH/HUDSON

AT DAYTON

Dorenkott did not see any action during the 2009 season. He was a member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll

PERSONAL

Son of Brian and Pauline Dorenkott... Born on July 27, 1990... He has two siblings.... Majoring in Chemical Engineering. His father Brian also played for UD, starting at fullback on the Flyer’s first playoff team in 1978

RS FRESHMAN • OT • 6-5 • 230

FORT LORAMIE, OH/FORT LORAMIE Brandewie did not see action in 2009.

PERSONAL

As a four-year starter, Brandewie was captain of the Fort Loramie football team his senior year. He was all-county in the shot put and discus in track, and an Eagle Scout. Brandewie is an Engineering major at UD.

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MATT BROCKBERG RS SOPHOMORE • S • 6-3 • 190

NEW ALBANY, OH/ST. FRANCIS DeSALES

AT DAYTON

As a member of both, the 2008 and 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll, Brockberg saw action in two games during the 2009 campaign, finishing the year on the two-deep behind Matt Smyth at the safety position. He did not see game action in the 2008 season for the Flyers.

PERSONAL

Son of Kevin and Susan Brockberg....Born on November 18, 1989....Has one brother and two sisters....Majoring in Pre-Medicine at UD....Brockberg was a three-sport standout (football, basketball, track) for Troy High School. He was all-league, all-area and Academic All-Michigan as a senior.

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BRANDON DUNN RS FRESHMAN • DT • 6-2 • 240 BROOKVILLE, OH/BROOKVILLE

AT DAYTON

Dunn did not see any action in 2009, after redshirting as a freshman. He is expected to play a big role on the defensive front as he enters the year behind senior Mike Morante at defensive tackle.

of Mike and Becky Dunn... Born on March 1, 1990.. Dunn was PERSONAL Son captain for both the football and basketball teams at Brookville High School. He was First Team All-Southwestern Buckeye League, First Team All-Southwest District and Second Team All-Ohio. He was the SWBL Defensive Lineman of the Year and the Division IV Anthony Munoz Foundation Defensive Lineman of the Year. He was also first team all-conference in basketball. Dunn is an AYA Education major at UD.

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JORDAN ELMORE RS FRESHMAN • TE • 6-2 • 210

GROVEPORT, OH/GROVEPORT MADISON

AT DAYTON

Elmore did not see action in 2009 after redshirting as a freshman. He was a member of the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Becky and Clint ... Born on September 17, 1991... Elmore was a letterman in both baseball and football at Groveport-Madison High School. He was team captain and all-conference in football. A member of the National Honor Society and the Top 10 of his graduating class, Elmore is majoring in Mechanical Engineering at UD.

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TAYLOR HARRIS RS SOPHOMORE • RB • 5-10 • 190 CENTERBERG, OH/HIGHLAND

AT DAYTON

In 2008, Harris was named Scout Offensive Player of the Year. He was a member of the 2008 PFL Academic Honor Roll. He was in the running to be the starter in the backfield in 2009 before suffering a knee injury that shelved in for the entire season.

PERSONAL

Son of Dan and Lisa Harris and Cheri Lassiter...He has four siblings-Bobby, Shea, Tabbitha and Josh...Born July 21, 1990...Majoring in Civil Engineering...Harris was First Team All-Ohio, conference Player of the Year and district co-Offensive Player of the Year in 2007 for Highland High School. He was also a team captain for Highland. Harris was a track conference champion in the 100, 200 and 400 meter dashes. He was member of National Honor Society.

RS FRESHMAN • OT • 6-3 • 240 BRIGHTON, MI/BRIGHTON

AT DAYTON

Estey did not see any game action in 2009 but was named Scout Team Offensive Player of the Year. He began his career at tight end, but was moved to offensive tackle for this season.

PERSONAL

Son of Charlie and Colleen Estey... Born on December 18, 1990... Estey was a three-year letterwinner of the football, basketball, and lacrosse teams in high school, and was captain of both basketball and lacrosse. He earned all-state honors in lacrosse as a senior, and helped his basketball team win a district championship in 2008. He was voted to his high school’s executive board and is majoring in Exercise Science at UD.

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KENTON FROEBE SENIOR • K/P • 6-0 • 185

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TOM HUNT RS FRESHMAN • CB • 5-10 • 185 ROCKY RIVER, OH/ST. IGNATIUS

AT DAYTON Hunt redshirted the 2009 season for the Flyers. He was a member of the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll

PERSONAL Son of Cathy and Tim... Born on April 2 , 1991... Both parents are

UD graduates and his brother Jimmy is cureently attending UD as well. Hunt was a starter on the 2008 St. Ignatius state championship team. A two-year starter, he led the team with 29 pass deflections as a senior. His mother Cathy and father Tim are UD grads, and his brother Jimmy is currently attending UD. Hunt is majoring in Pre-Physical Therapy.

BROOKVILLE, OH/NORTHMONT

AT DAYTON

Froebe did not see any game action during the 2009 season for the Flyers. In 2007, he redshirted and then missed all of 2008 with an injury.

PERSONAL

Son of Keith and Shelly Froebe....Born on June 16, 1988....Has one sister, Kelly....Majoring in Mechanical Engineering....Kenton was team MVP, First Team All-GWOC, Dayton Daily News All-Area, and Second Team All-Southwest Ohio. He was a member of National Honor Society.

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JOE JANASEK RS FRESHMAN • FLYER • 6-1 • 200 SOLON, OH/SOLON

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NIK GILLUM RS SOPHOMORE • WR • 6-1 • 200 DAYTON, OH/VANDALIA-BUTLER

AT DAYTON PERSONAL

AT DAYTON Gillum did not see action in 2009 after redshirting as a freshman. He

Janasek redshirted the 2009 season for the Flyers, but for his efforts during practice he was named Scout Team Defensive Player of the Year. He was a member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll. Son of Lisa and Tim... Born on July 14, 1991..Janasek was captain of the Solon football team as a senior. He was all-conference and all-district and played in the Greater Cleveland Football Coaches All-Star Game. He was a member of the National Honor Society. Janasek is a Exercise Science major at UD.

was a member of the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll

PERSONAL

Son of Timothy and Tammy Gillum....Born on July 16, 1989.... Major is currently undecided in the College of Arts and Sciences.... Gillum was a two-sport captain (football and basketball) as a senior for Vandalia-Butler High School....He was First Team All-GWOC, First Team All-Dayton Area and First Team All-Southwest District in football.

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RS FRESHMAN • TE • 6-4 • 225 DUBLIN, OH/DUBLIN COFFMAN

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VICTOR KACZKOWSKI RS FRESHMAN • DE • 6-2 • 220 POWELL, OH/OLENTANGY

MITCHELL HAINES

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Haines joined the team last spring. He played on Dublin Coffman’s 2007 team that advanced to the Ohio Division I semifinals. He was First Team All-Ohio Capital Conference as a kicker. Son of Dan and Suzanne Haines... Born January 11, 1990... He has two siblings... Haines is majoring in Pre-Physical Therapy at UD.

AT DAYTON PERSONAL

Kaczkowski redshirted the 2009 season. As captain of the Olentangy football team, Kaczkowski was selected allconference and all-district as a senior. He was also a letterman in wrestling and track. Victor is a Mechanical Engineering major at UD.


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NICK LISLE RS FRESHMAN • OG • 6-3 • 270

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BILL PETRAIUOLO RS SOPHOMORE • C • 6-1 • 260

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, OH/MAYFIELD

CENTERVILLE, OH/CENTERVILLE

AT

DAYTON Lisle did not see action in 2009. He is expected to see time at the guard position this year.

PERSONAL

Lisle is the son of Marcy and Steve Lisle... Born on April 4, 1991.. He has two siblings.. Lisle was a two-year letterman in football at Centerville. He is a cadet in the University of Dayton’s ROTC program, as well as a History major.

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JORDAN MARTIN RS FRESHMAN • LB • 6-2 • 200

VANDALIA, OH/VANDALIA BUTLER

AT DAYTON

In 2009, Petraiuolo saw action in every game for the Flyers, and is expected to see time on the offensive line in 2010. Petraiuolo did not see any action during the 2008 season. He is a two-time member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Born on December 9,1989....Son of William and Nancy....Petraiuolo has two siblings...Majoring in Pre-Medicine at UD. He was a Second Team All-Ohio, First Team All-Northeast Ohio Conference, and first team all-district performer for Mayfield High School.

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DENNIS POELKING RS SOPHOMORE • C • 6-2 • 245

DAYTON, OH/CHAMINADE-JULIENNE

AT DAYTON

In 2009, Poelking played in ten games for the Flyers. He did not see any game action in 2008.

PERSONAL

Poelking was selected Second Team All-GCL and Second Team All-Southwest Ohio for C-J. He is majoring in Marketing. He is the son of Michael and Monica Poelking...He has two brothers, Chris and Zach...Born December 10, 1989.

AT DAYTON Martin did not see any action during the 2009 season after redshirting as a freshman.

PERSONAL

Son of Amy and Tim Martin... Born on November 21, 1990... Has three siblings... Jordan was selected Vandalia-Butler’s Defensive Player of the Year in football. He was also a three-year letterman in baseball, for which he was selected All-GWOC as a senior. Martin is a Discover Arrts major at UD.

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COLIN MONNIER

RS SOPHOMORE • S • 6-1 • 195 DETROIT, MI/NOVI

AT DAYTON

RS FRESHMAN • LB • 6-3 • 220 CHICAGO, IL/MARIST

AT DAYTON PERSONAL

Monnier did not see game action in the 2009 season for the Flyers. Born on Jun e26, 1991.... Son of Mary and Mitchell Monnier.. Has a younger brother, Cody... Monnier was team captain and MVP as a senior for Marist High School. He was First Team All East Suburban Catholic Conference in 2007 and 2008 and academic all-state in 2008. He is an Economics major.

PERSONAL

Pugh played in six games for the Flyers in 2009 and finished the season behind teammate Kevin Burns. He was one of six Flyers to record an interception on the year, which he returned for 43 yards. Pugh was in on 10 tackles and was on the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll. In 2008, Pugh did not see any action. He comes into 2010 as the backup to teammate Eric Robbe at safety. Son of Aaron Pugh and Belynda Thomas....Born on July 1, 1990.... Entrepreneurship and Accounting double major...Pugh was a defensive back and wide receiver on Novi’s 9-2 team that won a share of Kensington Valley Conference championship and advanced to the regional finals. He was listed #79 in the Michigan Elite Top 200 Players as a senior.

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ANTHONY SADLER RS FRESHMAN • DT • 6-2 • 250

CONNOR O’HARA RS FRESHMAN • OT • 6-3 • 265 PITTSBURGH, PA/MT. LEBANON

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Sadler redshirted the 2009 campaign.

PERSONAL

Son of Mecca Sadler... Born on March 6, 1991..Sadler was a captain of the Carman-Ainsworth football team. He was all-conference and nominated to play in the Michigan All-Star game. He was a member of the National Honor Society and the African American Student Society in high school. Sadler majoring in Mechanical Engineering Technology at UD.

AT DAYTON O’Hara did not see any action during the 2009 season after redshirting as a freshman. PERSONAL

O’Hara was a two-year starter at the offensive lineman and defensive lineman positions, as well as a state qualifier in wrestling in high school. He is an undeclared major in the college of Arts and Sciences at UD.

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SAL SALVATO RS FRESHMAN • WR • 5-10 • 160 CHICAGO, IL/ST. IGNATIUS

AT DAYTON

PERSONAL

Salvato did not see game action in 2009 after redshirting as a freshman. Son of Susan and Carl Salvato... Born on January 14, 1991... He has one sister, Carla... Majoring in Discover Arts... Salvato was team captain and MVP as a senior in high school. He was also team captain in track and fifth in the state in the hurdles.

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PAT SANKOVIC RS FRESHMAN • K/P • 6-0 • 160 CANFIELD, OH/CANFIELD

AT DAYTON

Sankovic did not see any game action during the 2008 or 2009 seasons

PERSONAL

Son of Carol and Denny Sankovic…Born on March 10, 1990…Sankovic kicked a school-record 45 PAT’s as a senior for Canfield’s 10-2 team that reached the regional semifinals in 2007. In addition to football, he also lettered two seasons in tennis.

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PATRICK SWEIGERT RS SOPHOMORE • DE • 6-2 • 230 MENTOR, OH/LAKE CATHOLIC

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Sweigert did not see game action in the 2009 or 2008 seasons. He is a twotime member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Joe and Ellen Sweigert...Born May 15, 1990...He has a brother Mike who plays baseball for Ohio University (Class of 2012)...His father Joe, played baseball for Ohio state (class of 1986)...Sweigert was team captain, all-conference and honorable mention all-region as a senior for Lake Catholic High School. He was the Lake County Touchdown Club’s Student-Athlete of the year. Sweigert is majoring in Biochemistry and is planning on going to medical school.

RS SOPHOMORE • WR • 6-2 • 205 MENTOR, OH/MENTOR

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Schutz saw action in every game during the 2009 season, where he recorded 24 yards on two receptions. He doubled as a receiver and long snapper for the Flyers, as he was an ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV Second Team selection. Schutz also was on the 2009 PFL Academic Honor Roll and Second Team Academic All-PFL. He redshirted the 2008 season.

PERSONAL

Schutz is the son of Donald and Vickie. He was born June 23,1989. Schutz was team captain, first team all-conference and first team all-district as a senior for Mentor High School. He was in the top 10% of his class. He is a Leadership major with a minor in marketing.

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CHARLIE VASEY SENIOR • DT • 6-2 • 240

CHAGRIN FALLS, OH/CHAGRIN FALLS

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ROBBIE SHERK RS FRESHMAN • WR • 6-1 • 180

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Vasey did not see any action in the 2009 season. As a freshman, Vasey redshirted the 2008 season and was a member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Son of Roger and Debbie Vasey....Born on April 8, 1989....Has one brother and one sister....Majoring in AYA Education at UD....Vasey was First Team AllNortheast Ohio. He was also first team all-county as a punter and a three-time all-conference academic team member.

OAKWOOD, OH/OAKWOOD

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Sherk did not see any action during the 2009 season after redshirting as a freshman. During the offseason, Sherk was moved to wide receiver from defensive back. He was a member of the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

PERSONAL

Sherk was team captain and Defensive MVP for Oakwood High School. He also named the Southwestern Buckeye League’s Offensive Back of the Year. In basketball, he was a threeyear letterman and All-SWBL. He graduated in the top 10% in his class, and is majoring in Business at UD.

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ROBERT WASHINGTON RS FRESHMAN • RB • 5-10 • 180 BIRMINGHAM, MI/SEAHOLM

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ZACHARY SPLAIN RS FRESHMAN • QB • 6-1 • 170 BROOKVILLE, MD/SHERWOOD

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Splain did not see any game action in 2009.

PERSONAL

Son of Amy and John... Born on November 21,1990... Selected first team all-county and second team all-state, Splain was captain and MVP of his high school team, which was undefeated and won the Maryland 4A state title in 2008. Splain threw for six TD’s in the state semifinal game. He passed for more than 1,800 yards and 35 TD’s as a senior. He was county Player of the Year as well. He is studying History at UD.

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Washington redshirted the 2009 season.

PERSONAL

Washington is the son of Andrea Gavey. He was born on December 9, 1990 and has a brother named Richard. Washington was an all-area selection in football and captain of the Seaholm team. He is a Philosophy major at UD.


NEWCOMERS 60 MATT ANDRE Freshman, DT, 6-3/250, Northfield, OH/New Tier Andre was a team captain and two-time all-conference selection. He also was a two-year letterwinner in basketball. He is currently undecided on a major.

36 CLAY KRAFFT Freshman, LB, 6-1/225, North Royalton, OH/North Royalton Krafft was all-conference, all-district, and a team captain at North Royalton. He also earned two-letters in track. He is currently undecided on his major at UD.

10 WILL BARDO Freshman, QB, 6-3/190, Ft. Thomas, KY/Highlands Bardo was a two-sport athlete in high school, earning all-state recognition in both, football and track. He was a captain of the Highlands Bluebird 5A State Championship team. He was also a member of the National Honor Society. Bardo is an Engineering major.

77 MATT LUERS Freshman, OT, 6-3/240, Liberty Twp., OH/Lakota East Luers was all-conference, all-county and captain of the Liberty Township football team. He is a Chemical Engineering major.

21 MILES CLARK Freshman, RB, 5-9/185, Indianapolis, IN/North Central Clark was a three-year starter at North Central, leading his team in rushing his senior year. He was also an all-county selection. He is an undeclared major in the College of Arts and Science at UD.

88 GABE MACIS Freshman, WR, 5-11/170, Owen Mills, MD/McDonogh Macis was a three-sport athlete-football, basketball, and lacrosse. He was a captain on the basketball and football team. In football, Macis was first team all-league and third team all-state. He is an Engineering major. 55 TIM PALLAY Freshman, OT, 6-3/250, Hudson, OH/Hudson Pallay was a two-year letterwinner in both football and track in high school. He is studying Business at UD.

69 CHRIS CORTOPASSI Freshman, OT, 6-2/280, Wheaton, IL/Wheaton Warrensville South Cortopassi was a captain and all-conference performer in football and track. He also earned all-state honors in football. He was a member of National Honor Society and is studying Political Science.

81 ANDY POWERS Freshman, WR, 6-1/185, Chesterland, OH/West Geauga Powers was a second team all-conference player and captain at West Geauga. He was a member of National Honor Society and Student Council. He is majoring in Chemical Engineering.

22D KEVIN CRIPE Freshman, S, 5-11/180, Cincinnati, OH/Anderson Cripe earned eight letters in football, lacrosse, and basketball combined. In football, Cripe was a team captain and first team all-conference. He holds the school record for career interceptions (16) and games played (43). He was member of National Honor Society and is studying Biology at UD.

34D JACOB RIGALI Freshman, LB, 6-1/210, Lima, OH/Lima Central Catholic Rigali was a team captain in football and basketball. His basketball team won the OHSAA Division III State Championship in 2010. Along with being named Conference Lineman of the Year, Rigali received all-conference, all-district, and all-state honors in football. He was a member of National Honor Society and is studying Chemical Engineering at UD.

67 RYAN CRONIN Freshman, OL, 6-2/240, Dayton, OH/Alter Cronin was a captain of his state championship team at Alter. He was named first team all-conference, alldistrict, and all-state. Cronin was also named Greater Catholic League Offensive Lineman of the Year. He is a Political Science major.

83 HOWARD SAVAGE Freshman, CB, 5-11/175, Indianapolis, IN/Warren Central Savage was a team captain of the state champion Warren Central football team. He was selected first team all-county and was a member of National Honor Society. He is studying Political Science.

92 PAT DOWD Freshman, DT, 6-3/230, Cleveland, OH/St. Ignatius Dowd was a two-time all-conference selection and a team captain at St. Ignatius. He was selected to play in the annual Cleveland East-West All-Star Game. Dowd is majoring in Business at UD.

90D JUSTIN SIMPSON Freshman, DE, 6-2/210, Venetia, PA/Peter Township Simpson was team captain and a second team all-conference selection in football. His major at UD is Business.

5D JOHN EHRENSBERGER Freshman, S, 6-0/190, Centerville, OH/Centerville Ehrensberger was a captain in football and basketball. In football, he was first team all-conference twice, and was a member of the relay team that holds the 4x100 school-record in track. He is a Business major.

19D SEAN SWARD Freshman, LB, 6-3/210, Dublin, OH/Dublin Jerome Sward was a captain of the football and basketball team at Dublin Jerome. He has yet to declare a major.

93 JOSH FULLER Freshman, DL, 6-0/245, Westerville, OH/Worthington Fuller was first team all-conference and second team all-district at Worthington. He was also a two-time letterwinner in wrestling and a member of student council. Fuller is studying Pre-Med. 79 GRANT GEORGIC Freshman, OL, 6-2/265, Delaware, OH/Buckeye Valley Georgic was team MVP and team captain at Buckeye Valley. He was first team all-conference, all-county, and all-district, as well as a Second Team All-Ohio selection. Georgic is studying Chemical Engineering. 94D BRIAN HORANSKY Freshman, TE, 6-3/210, Cleveland, OH/St. Edwards Horansky was a two-year letterwinner of football and basketball. He was first team all-city in football and a member of National Honor Society. He is majoring in Business. 42 GRANT HUCKESTEIN Freshman, RB, 5-11/205, Pittsburgh, PA/North Allegheny Huckestein is a three-year letterwinner in football and track. In football, he was first team all-conference, and a state qualifier in track. He was a member of the National Honor Society. He is an Engineering major. 2 GARY HUNTER Freshman, DB, 5-9/190, Detroit, MI/St. Mary’s Hunter was a three-sport letterwinner – football, basketball and lacrosse. He was a team captain, MVP, and first team all-conference in football. Hunter was also All-CHSL in basketball and in track. He is an Engineering major. 11D BRANDEN JOHNSON Freshman, WR, 6-2/170, Lexington, KY/Henry Clay Johnson was all-city and all-district in football. He was selected to play in the annual Kentucky-Tennessee All-Star Game. Johnson was also a member of the track team and National Honor Society. He is majoring in Sport Management.

9D JAKE VOIGT Freshman, QB, 6-0/185, Solon, OH/Solon Voigt was a captain of both the football and basketball teams in high school. He was named Northeast Ohio Conference Offensive Player of the Year and a second team all-district selection. He is studying Education at UD. 30 NICK WESTON Freshman, S, 6-0/185, Cincinnati, OH/St. Xavier Weston was a first team all-conference choice in both football and basketball at St. Xavier. He was a team captain and named most-valuable defensive back in football. Weston was a member of National Honor Society and will be a cadet in UD’s ROTC program. He is majoring in Business. 3D MITCH YINGER Freshman, CB, 5-11/175, Columbus, OH/St. Francis DeSales Yinger was a three-year letterwinner in football at St. Francis DeSales, where he was named the special teams’ MVP. He was a member of National Honor Society and is majoring in Engineering. 85 BILL YOUNG Freshman, WR, 6-1/180, Allison Park, PA/Hampton Young was a two-year letterwinner in football and a member of the state champion lacrosse team. He holds the school record for longest punt return (85 yards). Young majors in Business.

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95 MATT BENNETT Freshman, K, 5-11/180, Akron, OH/Walsh Jesuit Bennett played football, soccer, and lacrosse in high school. He was a captain and all-district selection in soccer. In football he made every field goal on the year, with a long of 41 yards, and was named to the all-district team. He is majoring in Business.

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2009 STATS DAYTON FLYER OVERALL TEAM STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS UD OPP SCORING 274 150 Points Per Game 24.9 13.6 FIRST DOWNS 210 130 Rushing 80 58 Passing 110 62 Penalty 20 10 RUSHING YARDAGE 1543 1128 Yards gained rushing 1813 1415 Yards lost rushing 270 287 Rushing Attempts 438 331 Average Per Rush 3.5 3.4 Average Per Game 140.3 102.5 TDs Rushing 19 8 PASSING YARDAGE 2566 1540 Comp-Att-Int 192-337-11 151-309-9 Average Per Pass 7.6 5.0 Average Per Catch 13.4 10.2 Average Per Game 233.3 140.0 TDs Passing 15 11

TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays

4109 775

2668 640

Average Per Play Average Per Game

5.3 373.5

4.2 242.5

3RD-DOWN Conversions 65/165 40/159 3rd-Down Pct 39% 25% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 9/16 9/13 4th-Down Pct 56% 69%

KICK RETURNS:#-Yards 29-716

53-1034

SACKS BY-Yards 25-164 16-105

PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 44-382

31-256

INT RETURNS: #-Yards

9-216

11-117

KICK RETURN AVERAGE

24.7

19.5

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE

8.7

8.3

INT RETURN AVERAGE

24.0

10.6

FUMBLES-LOST

16-6 12-9

PENALTIES-Yards

49-406 72-684

Average Per Game

36.9

PUNTS-Yards 57-2187 Average Per Punt 38.4 Net punt average 30.7 TIME OF POSSESSION/G 33:13

62.2 88-3189 36.2 30.8 26:47

MISC YARDS 0 58 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 35 20 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 10-19 5-10 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES 32-51 63% 14-17 82% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 23-51 45% 9-17 53% PAT-ATTEMPTS 3 0-32 94% 13-18 72% ATTENDANCE 23865 13542 Games/Avg Per Game 6/3978 5/2708 Neutral Site Games 0/0 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total University of Dayton 46 70 89 69 274 Opponents 35 50 16 49 150

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DAYTON FLYER OVERALL DEFENSIVE STATISTICS |-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------38 VERCAMMEN,James 11 61 73 134 17.0-61 6.0-36 . 3 1 . . . . 31 RIES, Joe 11 23 47 70 4.5-8 . 3-73 2 . 1-0 2 . . 25 BURNS, Kevin 11 26 37 63 2.0-10 . 1-30 4 . . . 1 . 9 FUMAGALLI, Drew 11 27 35 62 4.5-9 . . 2 . . . . . 37 SMYTH, Matt 11 36 25 61 3.0-9 . 1-0 5 . 1-10 . . . 29 HORCHER, Scott 11 39 15 54 1.0-1 . 2-13 10 . 1-0 1 . . 55 WINGEIER, Brandon 11 18 21 39 11.5-43 6.5-31 1-57 1 2 2-0 1 . . 97 HEMMELGARN, K. 11 9 29 38 8.0-34 3.5-28 . 4 2 1-0 . . . 84 OCHAB, Greg 11 13 16 29 7.5-39 5.0-35 . 1 2 . 1 . . 46 SHURTLEFF, Matt 11 18 6 24 . . . 5 . . . . . 26 WELSH, Ben 5 8 16 24 2.0-16 1.0-7 . 2 . 1-0 . . . 92 HEENAN, Sean 7 5 13 18 3.5-5 1.0-2 . 2 3 . . . . 57 MORANTE, Mike 11 2 16 18 2.0-16 1.0-13 . 1 2 1-0 . . . 8 KALTENBACH, A J 11 3 8 11 1.0-1 . . . . 1-0 . . . 4 PUGH, Aaron 6 6 4 10 . . 1-43 . . . 1 . . 42 FUMAGALLI, Ross 11 6 3 9 . . . . . . . . . 48 RIDDLE, Matt 11 5 2 7 . . . . . . . 1 . 33 McPHERSON, Zach 11 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . . 11 LANGHORST,Devon 6 3 3 6 . . . . 1 . . . . 21 WALTON, Chase 9 1 5 6 . . . . . . . . . 94 WEBER, Zach 5 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 40 BAILIN, Bryan 11 1 2 3 1.0-2 . . . . . . . . 86 SCHUTZ, Tyler 11 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 20 BELANGER, Sean 5 1 1 2 1.0-12 1.0-12 . . . . 1 . . 2 JONARD,JMichael 10 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 68 FORNEK, Dan 11 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 5 JONES, Damario 6 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 28 MACK, Brian 11 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 75 FRIEDRICH,Tyler 11 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 43 HARMON, Marcus 2 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 41 CRAWFORD, Andre 10 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 49 MILLER, Nate 9 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 83 PAPP, Anthony 10 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 34 MILLIO, Justin 9 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 50 KERN, Kevin 11 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 53 STUDT, Eric 11 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 22 BELLMAN, Luke 9 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 60 DeBOER, Phil 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 85 PFLEGER, Matt 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 7 VALENTINO,Steve 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 56 BAIR, Billy 10 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 15 SULLIVAN, Dan 8 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 36 JACOB, Dan 11 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . Total.......... 11 329 394 723 69-266 25-164 9-216 43 13 9-10 7 2 . Opponents...... 11 415 412 827 78.0-259 16-105 11-117 38 15 6-90 8 3 .

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2009 STATS DAYTON FLYER OVERALL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G VALENTINO,Steve 11 164 861 139 722 4.4 10 64 65.6 MACK, Brian 11 124 514 29 485 3.9 4 28 44.1 JACOB, Dan 11 89 344 25 319 3.6 3 25 29.0 ZAPINSKI,Andrew 5 30 81 16 65 2.2 2 12 13.0 JONARD,JMichael 10 4 8 0 8 2.0 0 5 0.8 FOGARTY, Timmy 2 7 4 16 -12 -1.7 0 2 -6.0 PHILLIPS, Jared 4 3 1 14 -13 -4.3 0 1 -3.2 WATKINS, Justin 11 2 0 13 -13 -6.5 0 0 -1.2 TEAM 9 15 0 18 -18 -1.2 0 0 -2.0 Total 11 438 1813 270 1543 3.5 19 64 140.3 Opponents 11 331 1415 287 1128 3.4 8 67 102.5 PASSING G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G VALENTINO,Steve 11 139.78 170-286-8 59.4 2376 14 66 216.0 PHILLIPS, Jared 4 73.38 14-32-3 43.8 145 1 25 36.2 FOGARTY, Timmy 2 65.44 8-18-0 44.4 45 0 17 22.5 TEAM 9 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Total.......... 11 129.09 192-337-11 57.0 2566 15 66 233.3 Opponents...... 11 96.65 151-309-9 48.9 1540 11 82 140.0

RECEIVING WATKINS, Justin JONARD,JMichael COLLINS, Nick MILLIO, Justin PAPP, Anthony BELLMAN, Luke VALENTINO,Steve MACK, Brian JACOB, Dan SAVISKY, Tyler WIRKUS, Steve SCHUTZ, Tyler PFLEGER, Matt JOHNSTON, Alex FOGARTY, Timmy Total.......... Opponents......

G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 11 47 927 19.7 7 66 84.3 10 38 369 9.7 0 40 36.9 11 27 358 13.3 2 30 32.5 9 22 203 9.2 2 39 22.6 10 19 213 11.2 0 23 21.3 9 14 279 19.9 3 62 31.0 11 5 45 9.0 1 12 4.1 11 5 28 5.6 0 12 2.5 11 5 -10 -2.0 0 1 -0.9 5 3 46 15.3 0 30 9.2 1 2 55 27.5 0 43 55.0 11 2 24 12.0 0 19 2.2 10 1 17 17.0 0 17 1.7 9 1 12 12.0 0 12 1.3 2 1 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 11 192 2566 13.4 15 66 233.3 11 151 1540 10.2 11 82 140.0

PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long HORCHER, Scott 17 129 7.6 0 21 JONARD,JMichael 13 126 9.7 0 22 WELSH, Ben 10 72 7.2 0 18 VALENTINO,Steve 3 36 12.0 0 20 RIDDLE, Matt 1 19 19.0 0 0 Total.......... 44 382 8.7 0 22 Opponents...... 31 256 8.3 0 37

INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long RIES, Joe 3 73 24.3 0 45 HORCHER, Scott 2 13 6.5 0 13 BURNS, Kevin 1 30 30.0 0 30 PUGH, Aaron 1 43 43.0 0 43 SMYTH, Matt 1 0 0.0 0 0 WINGEIER, Brandon 1 57 57.0 1 57 Total.......... 9 216 24.0 1 57 Opponents...... 11 117 10.6 0 38

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KICK RETURNS No. Yds WELSH, Ben 9 215 HORCHER, Scott 6 176 MILLIO, Justin 5 107 JONARD,JMichael 4 89 VALENTINO,Steve 2 69 BELLMAN, Luke 2 42 MACK, Brian 1 18 Total.......... 29 716 Opponents...... 53 1034

Avg TD Long 23.9 0 38 29.3 0 38 21.4 0 29 22.2 0 26 34.5 0 50 21.0 0 23 18.0 0 18 24.7 0 50 19.5 0 34

|------ PATs ------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts VALENTINO,Steve 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2-3 0 0 66 WATKINS, Justin 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 MILLER, Nate 0 5-8 17-17 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 32 GLAVIN, Nick 0 5-11 13-15 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 28 MACK, Brian 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 BELLMAN, Luke 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 20 JACOB, Dan 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 ZAPINSKI,Andrew 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 COLLINS, Nick 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 MILLIO, Justin 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 WINGEIER, Brandon 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 PAPP, Anthony 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 2 FUMAGALLI, Drew 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Total.......... 35 10-19 30-32 0-0 2 2-3 0 0 274 Opponents...... 20 5-10 13-18 0-1 1 1-1 0 0 150

TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G VALENTINO,Steve 11 450 722 2376 3098 281.6 MACK, Brian 11 124 485 0 485 44.1 JACOB, Dan 11 89 319 0 319 29.0 PHILLIPS, Jared 4 35 -13 145 132 33.0 ZAPINSKI,Andrew 5 30 65 0 65 13.0 FOGARTY, Timmy 2 25 -12 45 33 16.5 JONARD,JMichael 10 4 8 0 8 0.8 WATKINS, Justin 11 2 -13 0 -13 -1.2 TEAM 9 16 -18 0 -18 -2.0 Total.......... 11 775 1543 2566 4109 373.5 Opponents...... 11 640 1128 1540 2668 242.5

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk GLAVIN, Nick 5-11 45.5 1-1 2-2 1-7 1-1 0-0 43 1 MILLER, Nate 5-8 62.5 1-1 2-4 2-3 0-0 0-0 36 1 FUMBLE RETURNS SMYTH, Matt Total.......... Opponents......

No. Yds. 1 10 1 10 1 90

Avg TD Long 10.0 0 10 10.0 0 10 90.0 1 90

PUNTING MILLER, Nate GLAVIN, Nick VALENTINO,S Total.......... Opponents......

No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd 41 1608 39.2 59 5 2 15 0 13 503 38.7 51 4 0 3 0 3 76 25.3 30 0 0 3 0 57 2187 38.4 59 9 2 21 0 88 3189 36.2 74 5 16 15 2

KICKOFFS GLAVIN, Nick MILLER, Nate Total.......... Opponents......

No. 55 1 56 36

Yds 3121 56 3177 2006

Avg 56.7 56.0 56.7 55.7

TB 2 0 2 4

OB Retn Net YdLn 0 0 0 1034 37.6 32 1 716 33.6 36

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G WATKINS, Justin 11 -13 927 0 0 0 914 83.1 VALENTINO,Steve 11 722 45 36 69 0 872 79.3 JONARD,JMichael 10 8 369 126 89 0 592 59.2 MACK, Brian 11 485 28 0 18 0 531 48.3 COLLINS, Nick 11 0 358 0 0 0 358 32.5 BELLMAN, Luke 9 0 279 0 42 0 321 35.7 HORCHER, Scott 11 0 0 129 176 13 318 28.9 MILLIO, Justin 9 0 203 0 107 0 310 34.4 JACOB, Dan 11 319 -10 0 0 0 309 28.1 WELSH, Ben 5 0 0 72 215 0 287 57.4 PAPP, Anthony 10 0 213 0 0 0 213 21.3 RIES, Joe 11 0 0 0 0 73 73 6.6 ZAPINSKI,Andrew 5 65 0 0 0 0 65 13.0 WINGEIER, Brandon 11 0 0 0 0 57 57 5.2 WIRKUS, Steve 1 0 55 0 0 0 55 55.0 SAVISKY, Tyler 5 0 46 0 0 0 46 9.2 PUGH, Aaron 6 0 0 0 0 43 43 7.2 BURNS, Kevin 11 0 0 0 0 30 30 2.7 SCHUTZ, Tyler 11 0 24 0 0 0 24 2.2 RIDDLE, Matt 11 0 0 19 0 0 19 1.7 PFLEGER, Matt 10 0 17 0 0 0 17 1.7 JOHNSTON, Alex 9 0 12 0 0 0 12 1.3 FOGARTY, Timmy 2 -12 0 0 0 0 -12 -6.0 PHILLIPS, Jared 4 -13 0 0 0 0 -13 -3.2 TEAM 9 -18 0 0 0 0 -18 -2.0 Total.......... 11 1543 2566 382 716 216 5423 493.0 Opponents...... 11 1128 1540 256 1034 117 4075 370.5


2009 SEASON REVIEW URBANA UPSETS DAYTON IN FOOTBALL SEASON OPENER 09/12/2009 DAYTON, Ohio- The Urbana Blue Knights used big plays and a strong defensive effort in the secondary to spoil the University of Dayton’s season opener, 13-10. Urbana improved to 2-1 with the biggest victory in program history. Dayton opened the scoring in the first quarter when Nick Glavin nailed a career-long 43-yard field goal, but Urbana took the lead in the second quarter when Matt Allen took it over from the one-yard line, capping off a 55-yard drive.

The Blue Knights gained 52 of those yards on their two third-down conversions in the possession. Evan Gehlert hit Jerrell Leak for 26 yards on a third-and-two at the Urbana 43, and then Gehlert found tight end Tar Kalimullah for the game-winning TD on a third-and-five from that Dayton 26 with 5:08 left in the game. The Flyers were unable to move the ball on their next series, and got the ball back with 1:45 to go, but Phillips was hit in the backfield as he set to throw and Urbana’s Chad Kinkead made a diving interception of the batted ball. With 1:41 left and Dayton only having one timeout left, the Blue Knights were able to take three knees and then throw one downfield pass, leaving Dayton with just four seconds on the clock and the ball 52 yards from the end zone. Phillips’ downfield pass was incomplete, and the much-improved Blue Knights doubled their win total from a year ago.

DAYTON HANDLES ROBERT MORRIS ON THE ROAD 21-14

09/19/2009 MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. (AP) -- The University of Dayton football team evened its record Saturday with a spirited 21-14 win at Robert Morris. Due to injuries, all-league wide receiver Steve Valentino started at quarterback, and led the Flyers to their first win of the season. Valentino played quarterback in high school and spent his redshirt freshman season running UD’s scout team. He then played backup QB and threw just five passes in 2007, but was moved to wideout the following spring. Last year he caught 50 passes and was named First Team All-PFL. Voted a team captain last spring, he did not take any snaps at quarterback until this past Tuesday, Sept. 15. With four days practice, Valentino threw for two touchdowns and was 14 of 29 passing for 192 yards and one interception. He was also UD’s leading ground gainer, carrying the ball 21 times for 58 yards. Valentino’s day got off to a rough start when his third pass of the day was batted into the air at the line of scrimmage, and returned five yards by RMU linebacker Alex DiMichele to the 20-yard line. Five plays later, Josh Keil fought his way just over the goal line to give Robert Morris a 7-0 lead. The Dayton offense got it going in the second quarter. The Flyers drove 74 yards to tie the score at 7-7 with 4:49 left in the first half when Valentino hit Justin Millio with a scoring pass on third-and-two from the eight. Another key play was a spectacular one-handed catch laid out along the sideline by Justin Watkins for 23 yards on fourth-and-three from the RMU 39. UD forced a three-and-out on Robert Morris’ next possession, and Valentino took the Flyers 45 yards in eight plays to take the lead. He was clutch when he most needed to again, completing a 23-yarder to Nick Collins on third and 10 at the 45 and an 18-yarder to Anthony Papp on third and eight at the20. Redshirt freshman Brian Mack ran it in from the two with 1:14 to go in the first half to make the halftime score UD 14, Robert Morris 7.

After a scoreless third quarter, Dayton added to its lead with another spectacular catch by Watkins, this time in the back corner of the end zone, on a first-and-goal from the eight. UD’s 10-play, 41-yard drive was kept alive by two key plays. On fourth-and-one at the 32, Valentino fumbled the snap, but was heads-up enough to bend over and pick up the ball rather than cover it, and athletic enough to jump over the pile for the first down. A Colonial personal foul on a failed third-down run kept the drive alive and put the ball on the eight just before the Flyer TD. The two teams exchanged six punts before Robert Morris made it a one-score game on Camdin Crouse’s 25-yard TD pass to Sherrod Evers with 2:41 left in the fourth quarter. At that point, Dayton had two tasks to complete: field the kickoff and get two first downs. The first was accomplished when Colonial kicker Garret Clawson tried to pooch it over the drawn-in Flyer receivers. UD senior Scott Horcher ran back, called for a fair catch and caught the ball over his shoulder. Mack ran for nine yards on first down, and Valentino gained two on a quarterback sneak. Getting that first down forced Robert Morris to burn its remaining two timeouts. Mack gained three yards on first down, but was nailed in behind the line for a loss of two on second down. Up to this point, the Flyers were oh-for-four on third down in the fourth quarter. But Valentino faked it to Mack, ran around left end, got a great downfield block from Papp, and dove just past the chains for 10 yards, the first down, and the game.

DAYTON FOOTBALL IMPROVES TO 2-1 WITH 24-17 WIN OVER DUQUENSE 09/26/2009 DAYTON, Ohio- The University of Dayton football team defeated the Duquesne Dukes 24-17 in front of a Family Weekend crowd of 5,153 Saturday at Welcome Stadium. The win was the second in a row for the Flyers, putting their record at 2-1 on the season. Duquesne took a 7-0 lead on the first play from scrimmage when running back Larry McCoy bounced an off-tackle play outside for a 67-yard run for the touchdown just 20 seconds into the game. The Flyers tried to answer on their next possession, driving the ball 58 yards down the field until a missed field goal from 37 yards out ended the drive. UD tied the game during their first possession of the second quarter. Quarterback Steve Valentino got the team on the board with a 58-yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver Justin Watkins. Duquesne was able to answer on their next possession with a 51-yard drive capped off by a field goal by kicker Eric Duale, giving Duquesne a 10-7 halftime lead. The Dukes dominated the ground game in the first half, running for 132 yards in just 18 attempts. However Dayton had the advantage in the air, throwing for 131 yards to Duquesne’s 62. Dayton received the ball to start the half and drove down the field for a go-ahead touchdown. Valentino capped off the 84-yard drive with a 62yard touchdown to sophomore wide receiver Luke Bellman. After a three-and-and-out by Duquesne, Dayton was able to put more points up on the board during the next possession. After a 49-yard drive highlighted by a 25 yard pass from Valentino to Watkins, Nick Glavin kicked a field goal with 8:37 left in the quarter. The third quarter ended with Dayton up 17-10. The two teams went back and forth to start the fourth quarter, with Duquesne punting after its first two possessions, and Dayton punting in its first. The Flyers got the ball on their own 29-yard line where they would start their final scoring drive of the game. Dayton started off with a pair of runs from Valentino and junior running back Andrew Zapinski. A Duquesne facemask penalty gave UD 15 more yards and a first down. UD moved into Duke territory on a nine-yard pass to JMichael Jonard. Zapinski’s and Valentino’s legs accounted for the next 17 yards, and then Bellman took in a 10-yard pass to put the ball on the 17-yard-line. The last two plays of the drive were a 12-yard run and a five-yard touchdown run, both by redshirt freshman running back Brian Mack’s score put Mack’s TD made the score Dayton 24, Duquesne 17 with 5:39 left in the game. Duquesne would not go down quietly. Quarterback Kevin Rombach came off the bench to lead his team down the field in just three minutes for a touchdown. The score inched Duquesne closer as they now trailed 24-17. Duquesne’s defense then stepped up, forcing the Flyers into a three-and-out, 3 and out, shaving just 25 seconds off the clock, as the Dukes used all of their time outs. Nate Miller’s 36-yard punt that was fair caught forced Duquesne to start its final drive from its own 18-yard line. Throwing short passes underneath the coverage, Rombach completed six of nine passes and moved 44 yards to the Flyers 38-yard line. With just six seconds left on the clock, the Flyers rushed two and dropped nine, but UD defensive tackle Kalen Hemmelgarn was able to sack Rombach to end the game. The Flyers defense was the story in the second half, as they were able to shut down Duquesne’s running game, allowing just seven yards.

DAYTON OPENS PFL PLAY WITH 30-15 WIN AT MOREHEAD STATE 10/03/2009 MOREHEAD, Ky. -- The University of Dayton football team scored 30 unanswered points to beat Morehead State 30-15 in the Flyers’ Pioneer Football League opener on Saturday. MSU needed just five plays to score on the first drive of the game, but the Eagle offense did not find the end zone again. Morehead starting quarterback Jared Phillips ran 27 yards to put the Eagles up 7-0. It was the third straight game the Flyers found themselves behind 7-0 after their opponents’ first series. Dayton came back on its first possession to get on the board. Ben Welch returned the kickoff 33 yards to put the ball in Eagle territory, and UD needed just seven plays to go 47 yards, with Andrew Zapinski taking the ball in from the one. A missed PAT made it Morehead 7, Dayton 6 less than six minutes in the game.

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After a scoreless third quarter, UD re-took the lead on the second play of the fourth quarter. Following a Scott Horcher interception and 13-yard return to the Urbana 25, Jared Phillips hit Steve Valentino for a 10-yard touchdown. The two teams traded three straight three-and-outs, but then Urbana put together a nine-play, 87-yard drive that decided the game.

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On the Flyers’ next possession, Nate Miller’s first career field goal on his first career placekicking opportunity gave UD the lead for good and give UD a 9-7 lead after one quarter. A pair of TD’s on Dayton’s first two possessions of the second quarter put the Flyers in control. Steve Valentino threw an eight-yard TD pass for the first score, and Brian Mack scored on a one-yard run to give the Flyers a 23-7 halftime lead. Dayton got the ball to start the second half and on the second play of the third quarter, Valentino hit Justin Watkins down the left sideline, and 66 yards, a quick move and a great downfield block by JMichael Jonard later, UD had a 30-7 lead. The rest of the second half belonged to the Dayton defense, who held Morehead State offense to just 38 yards in the final 30 minutes of the game. The Eagles closed the scoring with 1:16 left in the fourth period when defensive back J.D. Cecil returned a fumble 90 yards for a touchdown. The Dayton defense allowed 83 yards in the first quarter, 38 in the second, 27 in the third and 11 in the fourth for a total of 159. MSU was held to a season-low eight first downs. James Vercammen led UD in tackles for the fourth straight game. He was credited with nine hits (seven solo) and two in the backfield. Welsh and Kevin Burns each added five hits, with Burns also breaking up a pass. Scott Horcher had two tackles, a fumble forced and recovered the same fumble, and batted down a pass. Valentino was 13-for-19 with 237 yards. Four of the five players who caught passes pulled in three apiece. Watkins led with 86 yards. Bellman had 54. Nick Collins gained 52 yards and Jonard added 33. Valentino ran for 21 of UD’s 38 yards rushing to lead the Flyers in that department. In addition to going three-for-three in PAT’s and kicking his first career field goal, Nate Miller also punted five times for a 40.6 yard average with three of the punts being downed inside the 20. Dayton stays on the road next Saturday, making a first-ever visit to Campbell in Buies Creek, North Carolina. Campbell joined the PFL in 2008

DAYTON WINS AT CAMPBELL BEHIND A BIG SECOND HALF 10/10/2009 For the fourth straight week, the University of Dayton football team found itself down 7-0 in the opening minutes of the game, and for the fourth straight week, the Flyers came out victorious, winning Saturday 35-17 at Campbell. With the win, Dayton improves to 4-1 overall and moves UD into a first-place tie in the Pioneer Football League with Butler and Drake at 2-0. After trailing 14-0 and spotting Campbell a 126-10 margin in total yards, UD started to climb back into the game with a pair of Nate Miller field goals on its next two possessions. The Flyers tied it up with 1:50 left in the half when senior QB Steve Valentino scored on a three-yard run and then hit Anthony Papp for a two-point conversion. Dayton took the lead for good on the fourth play of the second half when Valentino went 64 yards on a quarterback draw. Campbell cut the margin to four with an Adam Willets field goal, but UD would score the next 14 points on a pair of five-yard TD runs by Andrew Zapinski in the third quarter and Dan Jacob midway through the fourth. The Zapinski TD was set up by a blocked punt by Matt Riddle. The Flyers outscored Campbell 21-3 in the second half, outgained the Camels 245 to 78 and had 10 first downs to Campbell’s three. Valentino led the way with a career-high 114 yards rushing and two TD’s on 13 carries. Valentino also completed 23 of 39 passes for 241 yards. Brian Mack added 48 yards on nine carries, and Jacob had 43 on six carries. Dayton averaged 5.7 yards a carry on the day. Seven different Flyers caught multiple passes, led by Jonard’s seven receptions for 54 yards. The Flyers’ 35 points were a season high. James Vercammen led UD in tackles for the fifth time this season, getting in on nine hits (five solo) and a sack. Matt Smyth had seven tackles, including a team-high six solos. Drew Fumagalli also had seven. Greg Ochab was in on 1.5 sacks, and Ochab and Brandon Wingeier each had 1.5 tackles in the backfield. Redshirt freshman cornerback Matt Shurtleff broke up two passes to go with three solo hits. Dayton returns home next Saturday, October 17 when the Davidson Wildcats visit Welcome Stadium.

DAYTON SHUTS OUT DAVIDSON 17-0 FOR FIFTH STRAIGHT WIN 10/17/2009 DAYTON, Ohio- Defense was king Saturday as the University of Dayton Flyers defeated the Davidson Wildcats 17-0 in front of a crowd of 5,069 at Welcome Stadium. The win was the fifth in a row for the Flyers as they returned home after back-to-back road games. On a day in which the school’s 1989 National Championship team was honored and inducted into the UD Athletic Hall of Fame, the current Flyers threw their first shutout since blanking Campbell 42-0 on October 4, 2008. The two teams went back and forth in the first with Dayton’s best scoring chance coming on their second possession of the game. Senior quarterback Steve Valentino led the team on an eight-play, 68-yard drive, but was picked off in the end zone by Davidson sophomore defensive back Peter Kidwell. The game remained scoreless after one quarter. Senior safety Kevin Burns would provide the spark that Dayton needed, blocking a punt with 8 minutes to go in the half. The block gave the Flyers the ball at Davidson’s 29yard line. That would be as close as Valentino needed, as he hooked up with senior wide receiver Justin Watkins on a 29-yard pass for the score. Watkins not only came back for the ball and wrestled it away from what looked

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like would become another Wildcat interception, he then spun away from the first would-be tackler at the five-yard line, tight-roped along the sideline. Dayton’s defense came up big on the next possession, forcing the Wildcats to a field goal attempt that was wide left by Ben Behrendt. Dayton led 7-0 to close out the half. On Dayton’s first possession of the second half, Valentino threw a bomb to a diving Watkins for a 44-yard pickup. Four running plays later, coupled with a late hit penalty, the Flyers had a 14-0 lead after a one-yard run by the senior quarterback for the touchdown. After several possessions, the new Davidson quarterback Matt Heaver, was picked off by senior linebacker Joe Ries at the 22-yard line. The Flyers capitalized with a 36- yard field goal by Nate Miller. The Wildcats had their final scoring opportunity in their next possession, keeping the ball for 14 plays and moving it 37 yards to the 24-yard line, but Behrendt missed his 41-yard field goal attempt. Ries delivered the knockout blow with another interception, returning it all the way to the Davidson four yard line. Valentino was 10-of-18 passing for 145 yards, and was also the game’s leading ground-gainer with 77 net yards on 19 attempts. Running back Brian Mack added 52 yards on 10 carries. Watkins was the top receiver with five receptions for 106 yards. He moved over 1,000 career receiving yards in the first half. Defensively, senior Flyer James Vercammen led the Flyers for the sixth straight game this season with 12 hits. Burns had 10 tackles (six solo) to go with his blocked punt. Safety Matt Smyth had nine tackles and a fumble recovery. The linebacker tandem of Drew Fumagalli and Joe Reis each contributed eight hits, with Ries stuffing the stat sheet with a tackle in the backfield, a forced fumble, and a pass broken up to go with his two interceptions that were returned for 62 yards. The win was Dayton’s fifth straight, and the Flyers remain in a first-place tie in the Pioneer Football League at 3-0. With the loss, Davidson dropped its record to 2-4 (2-2 in the PFL).

DAYTON DEFENSE DOMINATES IN 38-7 WIN OVER VALPARAISO 10/24/2009 VALPARAISO, Ind. -- A smothering effort by the University of Dayton defensive unit paved the way to the Flyers’ sixth straight win as the Flyers easily defeated Valparaiso 38-7 Saturday on the road. The Dayton D allowed just two first downs, 60 yards in total offense and just 51 plays the entire game. UD improved to 6-1 overall, and remained tied for first place in the Pioneer Football League with a 4-0 record. Flyer James Vercammen led UD for the seventh straight game in tackles, but the Dayton defense did such a good job of getting the Crusader offense off the field, Vercammen had half his season average in hits. Vercammen was in on six tackles. Five were solos and he also had one sack, two hits in the backfield and a pass batted down. End Brandon Wingeier had four tackles (three solo), recovered a fumble and returned an interception 57 yards for a touchdown. Safety Aaron Pugh had three hits, a forced fumble and returned an interception 43 yards to set up UD’s last touchdown. Dayton scored in every quarter, and led 14-0 when a fumble on its own 28-yard line set up Valparaiso’s only score quarterback Nate Georgen connected with Nicholas Henton to bring the score to 14-7. That one play accounted for VU’s only score, half of its first downs and almost half of its offensive yardage on the day. UD quarterback Steve Valentino ran for three touchdowns and threw for one more. Valentino ran 17 times for a career-high 127 yards and completed 13 of 18 passes for 188 yards Saturday in his team’s commanding 38-7 win over Valparaiso. Running backs Dan Jacob (82 yards, 1 TD) and Brian Mack (61 yards) also had career highs. Justin Watkins led eight Flyer receivers with three catches for 50 yards. JMichael Jonard had two catches for 25 yards and went over 1,000 receiving yards for his career (he now has 1,012).


10/31/2009 DAYTON, Ohio- The University of Dayton Flyers continued their PFL dominance on Saturday, defeating the University of San Diego 21-14 in front of 3,471 fans at Welcome Stadium. The win was the seventh in a row for the Flyers, and keeps them tied atop the Pioneer Football League with 5-0 records. The game remained scoreless after one period. The Toreros started the scoring early in the second quarter. Freshman quarterback Bo Stompro, seeing his first college action with a start on the road, hooked up with Kyle Warren for an 82-yard touchdown pass. Dayton would respond later in the quarter. Valentino ran for 29 yards and threw for 22 in a 52-yard drive for the touchdown. The drive was capped off with an 11-yard pass from Valentino to senior wide receiver Nick Collins to tie the score a 7-7 with 1:09 left in the half. But San Diego would squeeze a scoring drive of its own to grab a 14-7 halftime lead. The big play was a 46-yard run by USD senior running back J.T. Rogan to the nine, and two plays later Stompro completed the drive with an eight-yard touchdown pass to John McGough. As they have all season, the Flyers came out of the locker room strong to start the third quarter. UD took the second-half kickoff and drove 73 yards on 11 plays to tie the score again. On the eighth play of the drive, Valentino rushed three yards on a fourth-and-two at the San Diego 32 to keep the drive alive. On the next play, a facemasking penalty on another Valentino run gave the Flyers the ball at San Diego’s 15-yard line. Valentino then rushed 15 yards into the end zone for the game-tying touchdown. Dayton would score the winning touchdown early in the fourth quarter and go on to win the game 21-14.

DAYTON COMES UP SHORT, FALL TO BUTLER 31-28 11/07/2009 DAYTON, Ohio- The University of Dayton Flyers came up one foot short in a heartbreaking 31-28 loss to Butler on Saturday in a Pioneer Football League first-place face-off. UD quarterback Steve Valentino threw a 40-yard Hail Mary pass to JMichael Jonard with six seconds to go in the game, but the senior wide receiver was stopped inside the one-yard line by Jack McKenna and a host of Bulldog defenders to end the game. The one yard would not only have won the game, but it was also what Valentino needed to tie the school record for passing yards in a single game. Valentino was 29 of 44 passing for 413 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Kevin Johns holds the Dayton record for single-game passing yardage with 414 at San Diego in 1996. The loss is the just the second of the season for the Flyers, and drops them to second place in the PFL. Dayton is 7-2 overall and 5-1 in league play. Butler improved to 8-0 overall, keeping one of just three teams in FCS football that are still undefeated. UD delivered the first blow in the heavyweight fight. With just under two minutes to go in the first, Valentino connected with Justin Watkins for a 26 yard pick p, then again with Luke Bellman for another 22. Dan Jacob punched it in the end zone from the Butler four to give UD the early 7-0 lead. The score stood up until the end of the second quarter. With 6:42 left in the half, Butler started a nine-play, 85-yard scoring drive which started at its own 15.The Bulldogs were able to force a three-and-out on UD’s next possession, setting up another score. BU added to the lead on their second possession of the second half, when Huck rushed for his second touchdown completing a six-play, 37-yard drive. A failed two-point conversation kept the lead to 19-7 Dayton responded on its next possession. Valentino threw a 50-yard bomb to Watkins who was able to run it in for the touchdown, ending Butler’s 19-0 run. BU got back into the scoring to start the fourth. Jordan Koopman returned Nick Glavin’s 51-yard punt all the way to the Flyer 38. Huck ran the ball 36 yards for the touchdown, but Lang missed the extra point again. On UD’s next possession, Valentino hooked up again on a big throw with Watkins, this time for 44 yards. Valentino then took it in four yards for the score, but the Flyers failed on the two-point conversation, leaving the score at 25-20. After a BU interception and two short rushes, Huck completed a 16-yard touchdown pass to Carter Walley fortifying Butler’s lead at 31-20 with 3:22 left in the game. But the Flyers refused to quit. Valentino marched the team down the field and connected on an eight-yard touchdown

pass to Nick Collins, and then hit Luke Bellman for the two-point conversation cutting Butler’s lead to 31-28. Dayton got the ball back with no timeouts on their own 16 with 1:09 to play. Three complete passes, a Dan Jacob run and a heads-up play by Jacob to fall on a Valentino fumble put the ball at the Butler 41-yard line, setting the stage for the game’s final and deciding play.

DAYTON REMAINS IN PFL TITLE HUNT WITH 23-6 WIN OVER DRAKE 11/14/2009 DES MOINES, Iowa - The University of Dayton football team used a smothering defense and great field position to hand Drake a 23-6 defeat Saturday at Drake Stadium. It was the Bulldogs’ first Pioneer Football League loss and the win, coupled with Jacksonville’s win over Butler, moved UD back in to a first-place tie in the PFL with one week to go. Dayton is now 8-2 overall and 6-1 in the PFL. Butler and Drake are also 6-1. The Flyer defense held Drake to 166 yards in total offense, and more than half of that came on an 85-yard fourth-quarter drive after Dayton was ahead 23-0. The Bulldogs had scored more than 40 points in each of the last two game, but were stymied by a swarming UD defensive unit that not only won the battle in the trenches, but also the chess match of disguising coverages against Drake’s no-huddle, checkdown at the line offensive schemes. Dayton also won the battle of field position. Drake’s average starting field position was its own 21-yard line, while UD’s was near midfield (its own 47 to be exact). The Flyers were held to just two three-and-outs all day, while Drake had 10. The Bulldogs did not have a drive longer than three plays in the first half. The Dayton defensive effort was led by senior James Vercammen, who was the team’s top tackler for the 10th time in 10 games. He had 12 hits (eight solo). Linebacker Joes Ries had seven tackles, a pass batted down, an interception and a fumble recovery. Fourteen different Flyer defenders made a play at Drake. Quarterback Steve Valentino connected for scores with Justin Watkins and Luke Bellman on passes of 30 and 36 yards. He completed 16 of 29 passes for 223 yards. UD scored the first two times it had the ball, a 30-yard pass from Valentino to Watkins and a 19-yard field goal by Nick Glavin. The score remained 10-0 until threw a 36-yard scoring strike to Bellman in the third quarter, and then Brian Mack finished the Flyer scoring with a 27-yard TD run in the fourth. He finished with 53 yards, as did Dan Jacobs. Dayton will finish the regular season on Saturday, November 21 against a red-hot Marist team that will bring with a six-game winning streak. A UD victory will assure the Flyers of a share of its 10th PFL title. If the Flyers tie for first, the Pioneer Football League’s representative in the Gridiron Classic will be determined by the outcome of that day’s Drake at Butler game.

FLYERS RUSH PAST RED FOXES 11/21/2009 DAYTON, Ohio - A dominant rushing attack led the homestanding Dayton Flyers to a 27-16 victory over Marist in front of 2,594 fans on Senior Day at Welcome Stadium. With the win, UD earned a share of its 10th Pioneer Football League Championship. Dayton (9-2, 7-1 PFL) shared the PFL Title with Butler but the Bulldogs will represent the PFL in the Gridiron Classic by virtue of the head-to-head victory by BU over UD on Nov. 7 (31-28). Senior Steve Valentino finished 19-for-27 for 275 yards passing with two touchdowns while also rushing for 72 yards and one more score to lead the Flyer offense. Redshirt freshman Brian Mack paced the Flyer rushing attack with 86 yards on 19 carries. An evenly played first half began with Marist punting twice around a nine-play, 61-yard drive by Dayton that ended in a 22-yard missed field goal. UD then took over at its own 35-yard line on its second drive of the first quarter and Valentino led the Flyers down the field going 5-for-6 passing for 61 yard including an 11-yard strike to running back Justin Millio in the corner of the end zone for a 7-0 lead with 51 second left in the first quarter. Marist answered back with an eight-play, 43-yard drive to get on the board with a 34 yard field goal just over three minutes later. Dayton had a chance to return the favor but a 13-play, 51-yard drive ended with a 36-yard missed field goal to keep the score at 7-3 with 6:22 left in the second half. The Red Foxes would put together an impressive drive to end off the second quarter. MC quarterback Chris Debowski led the charge as he accounted for all but nine of a 58-yard drive that encompassed 12 plays. Marist would end with a 40-yard field goal to end the half and pull to within a point at 7-6. The offensive paced picked up in a third quarter that saw Dayton take control of the action with three scoring drives. UD took the opening kickoff and just three plays later Valentino connected with Justin Watkins on a 50-yard touchdown pass just 1:31 into the third quarter. UD added to its advantage just over six minutes later when Valentino finished a nine-play, 57-yard drive with a 1-yard rush up the middle for a 21-6 Flyer lead. Marist would strike back just two plays later with a 77-yard touchdown strike down the middle of the field when Debowski connected with Lamacchia to pull the Red Foxes to within eight at 21-13 with 6:02 left in the third quarter. Dayton would put a little more cushion into its lead near the end of the fourth quarter when Nick Glavin drilled a 24-yard field goal from the right hash to cap a nine-play, 60-yard drive for a 24-13 Flyer lead with 1:22 left in the third quarter. UD would put the game out of reach with a 15-play, 63-yard possession. Running 6:54 off the clock, finishing with a Nick Glavin 24-yard field goal with 2:54 left to close out a 27-16 victory.

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A PUNT WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN By the Flyers: Nick Ruhe (64 yards) vs. Davidson, 10/29/05 (Kevin Burns a blocked punt and was credited with a 20-yard return vs. Morehead State, 11/15/08) Against the Flyers: Elliott Finkley (54 yards) for Jacksonville, 11/22/08

A KICKOFF WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN By the Flyers: Brad Thobe (43 yards) vs. San Diego, 11/14/98 Against the Flyers: Jeb Dougherty (92 yards) for San Diego, 11/12/94

AN INTERCEPTED PASS WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN By the Flyers: Brandon Wingeier(57 yards) vs. , 10/24/09 Against the Flyers: Al Adeyemi (57 yards) for San Diego, 11/1/08

A FUMBLE WAS RECOVERED FOR A TOUCHDOWN By the Flyers: Sean Heenan (77 yards) vs. Davidson, 10/18/08 Against the Flyers: J.D. Cecil (90 yards) for Morehead State, 10/02/09

A PUNT WAS BLOCKED By the Flyers: Kevin Burns vs. Davidson, 10/17/09 Against the Flyers: Gavin Marshall for Robert Morris, 9/19/09

A FIELD GOAL WAS BLOCKED By the Flyers: Sean Heenan vs. Morehead State, 9/29/07 Against the Flyers: Team block for Drake, 11/14/09

A SHUTOUT WAS RECORDED By the Flyers: vs. Davidson, (17-0), 10/17/09 Against the Flyers: Marshall (9-0), 10/16/76

AN INDIVIDUAL RUSHED FOR 100 YARDS By the Flyers: Steve Valentino (107) vs. San Diego, 10/31/09 Against the Flyers: Scott Gray (109 yards) for Butler, 11/7/09

AN INDIVIDUAL RUSHED FOR 200 YARDS By the Flyers: Jermaine Bailey, (251) vs. Drake, 10/21/00 Against the Flyers: Jerry Brant (224) for Jacksonville, 10/21/06

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By the Flyers: Drake punt snap out of end zone, 10/21/06 Against the Flyers: Jeff Pechan falls on fumbled snap vs. Morehead State, 11/15/08

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THE BLONDE BEAST HARRY BAUJAN UD Football Coach UD Director of Athletics

(1923-1946) (1947-1964)

Most successful coaches make a splash once they arrive at a job. But Harry Baujan, the University of Dayton head football coach for 21 years between 1923 and 1946, made a splash on the way to the job. He had to. Spring floods had come to his hometown of Beardstown, Illinois, and he had to row a boat across town to catch the train that would bring him to Dayton for an interview. He made the train, and got the job as an assistant coach under Van Hill. The rest, as the saying goes, is history. Flyer football history, that is. A standout end for Knute Rockne’s Notre Dame powerhouses between 1913 and 1917, Baujan served with the Army in Europe during World War I. After a short professional football career that first brought him to Dayton as a member of the Massillon Tigers, he accepted the position at Dayton. He served one season as assistant, then was named head coach prior to the 1923 season. This was the beginning for the “modern era” of Flyer football, and it was a success from the very first play. On his first play as a head coach, the “Blond Beast” as Baujan was nicknamed, called a pass from Vince Moir to Walter Achiu that went for a TD. In 21 years as a head coach, Baujan’s teams were never outscored over a season, and he compiled a 124-64-8 record. Following his coaching career, Baujan served as UD’s Director of Athletics from 1947 to 1964. In 1961, the University bestowed the name Baujan Field on the football stadium that was built in 1925 in time for Baujan’s third year as head coach. Baujan was inducted into the University of Dayton Athletic Hall of Fame in 1968, and was given the top distinction in college football in 1990, when he was posthumously inducted into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

MIKE KELLY UD Football Coach

(1981-2007)

When Mike Kelly’s 27-year run as the University of Dayton’s head football coach ended at the end of the 2007 season, it concluded with an .819 winning percentage (246-54-1), the fourth-best percentage among coaches with at least 25 years experience. Florida A&M’s legendary Jake Gaither is No. 1 (.844), Nebraska’s Tom Osborne is second (.836) and Michigan’s Fielding Yost (.828) is third. As a competitor, the wins are important, but as a teacher, just as important if not more were the young men who went on to become doctors, architects, business professionals, leaders in their communities, and yes, teachers and coaches. Kelly came to UD in 1977 as Rick Carter’s defensive coordinator. After the Flyers won the 1980 NCAA Division III national championship, Carter moved on to Holy Cross and Kelly was named Dayton’s head coach. During his first 12 years as head coach, the Flyers were in the NCAA Division III category and went to the playoffs eight times. Dayton went to the national title game four times under Kelly’s leadership, winning the 1989 national title.

Forty-four of UD’s 46 Academic All-America selections played for Kelly, and UD produced 84 first team All-Americans in the Kelly era.

In addition to the 1989 NCAA Division III national title, Kelly’s Flyers were also NCAA FCS Mid-Major national champions (by a national poll) in 2002 and 2007.

Kelly is UD’s record holder in wins, having almost twice as many as College Football Hall of Famer Harry Baujan’s 124. Kelly’s 27 years as a head coach is also the longest tenure of any head coach in any sport at the University of Dayton.

Kelly cemented his place among college football’s coaching giants during the 2002 season when he became the second-fastest (now third-fastest) coach in NCAA history to reach 200 wins. He made it in just 242 games--faster than Joe Paterno, faster than Bo Schembechler, faster than Woody Hayes, faster than Bear Bryant. 54

Kelly was the sole inductee in the 2008 University of Dayton Athletic Hall of Fame Class.


CHUCK NOLL

DAYTON 53’ Super Bowl Champion Pro Football Hall of Fame Chuck Noll, a former University of Dayton co-captain and a starter on UD’s only Division I team to play in the post-season, gained the highest honor in the football world on July 31, 1995 when he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. UD went 7-3 in 1951, and played in the 1952 Salad Bowl. Dayton lost to Houston 26-21 in Phoenix, Arizona. Noll is the only pro coach to win four Super Bowls, but long before anyone dreamed of a Super Bowl, Noll was a standout offensive lineman and linebacker for the UD Flyers. He was a part of Dayton teams that set school records for net offense (3,731), first downs rushing (115), fewest net yards allowed (1,954) and fewest net rushing yards allowed (946). Those records have since been broken, but remain UD’s Division I highs in those categories. He was a team captain in 1952, and graduated from UD in 1953. Noll was selected as a charter member to UD’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1962. After seven seasons with the Cleveland Browns, Noll spent nine years as an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Chargers and Baltimore Colts before being named head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1969. Noll’s 23-year record of 209 wins, 156 losses and 1 tie is the sixth-highest win total in the history of the NFL. He retired in 1991 after 40 years in professional football as a player, assistant coach and head coach.

DAYTON ‘86 Super Bowl Champion Monday Night Football Analyst

Always a great supporter of the University, Noll served on the UD Board of Trustees at the University of Dayton (1993- 2002) and is currently an Honorary Board member. He received a Special Achievement Award in 1976 and a Distinguished Alumni award in 1980. Noll served as the Reunion Gift Chair for the Class of ‘53’s forty-five year reunion in 1998 and was the honorary co-chair during the Call to Lead Campaign(1996-2002).

JON GRUDEN

When Jon Gruden was a backup quarterback as a senior at the University of Dayton, he went to Flyer coach Mike Kelly and volunteered to play on special teams. Kelly looked at Gruden and asked him a question: “You want to be coach someday. Would it be a good coaching move for me to risk an injury to my backup quarterback by letting him play special teams?” Gruden grudgingly saw Kelly’s point, but even Gruden would probably admit that things worked out okay for him, as his Tampa Bay Buccaneers won Super Bowl XXXVII 48-21 in 2003. Gruden is the second University of Dayton graduate to win the Super Bowl. Former UD co-captain and 1993 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Chuck Noll won four Super Bowls (IX, X, XII. & XIV) as coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Noll started at center and linebacker for the Flyers and graduated from the University in 1953. Gruden played quarterback at Dayton and earned his degree in 1986. Born August 17, 1963 in Sandusky, Ohio, Gruden attended South Bend Clay High School in Indiana and was a three-year letterman at quarterback at UD and graduated with a degree in Communications. The Flyers had a 24-7 record in Gruden’s three varsity seasons there and Gruden was honored with the prestigious Lt. Andy Zulli Memorial Award, given to the senior player who best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship and character.

Dayton is the fifth school to have two graduates coach their teams to the Super Bowl. The others are: Arkansas (Barry Switzer and Jimmy Johnson), San Jose State (Bill Walsh and Dick Vermeil), Southern Cal (Jeff Fisher and Mike Holmgren) and SMU (Forrest Gregg and Raymond Berry).

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FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICANS Name

Year(s) Publication/Organization Position

Ralph Niehaus 1936 AP Little All-America Jim Currin 1952 Catholic Digest Fred Dugan 1957 Look Magazine United Press International Catholic Digest Football Writers Association Rick Chamberlin 1978 Football Coaches Association Chris Chaney 1981 Football Coaches Association Joe Drobnich 1982 Division III Sports Information Directors David Kemp 1984 Kodak College Division Jeff Slayback 1984 CoSIDA Pizza Hut Greg French 1985 CoSIDA Pizza Hut Doug Zimmer 1985, 1986 CoSIDA Pizza Hut Gerry Meyer 1986 Kodak College Di vision CoSIDA Pizza Hut Football News Doug Zimmer 1986 AP Little All-America Dave Moeglin 1986 CoSIDA Pizza Hut Dave Jones 1987 CoSIDA Pizza Hut Football News Dave Oberst 1987 Football News Gordy Massa 1988 CoSIDA Pizza Hut Football Gazette Pat DiGiacomo 1989 Football Gazette Pizza Hut Mike Duvic 1989 Football Gazette Kodak Pizza Hut Kevin Hofacre 1989 Pizza Hut Lou Loncar 1989 Football Gazette Steve Harder 1990 Champion U.S.A. Kodak Brian Olson 1991 Kodak Champion U.S.A. Football Gazette Robert Christy 1992 Football Gazette Andy Pellegrino 1992 Kodak AP Little All-America Champion U.S.A Football Gazette Tim Duvic 1994 American Football Coaches Association Brian Kadel 1995 Football Gazette Brady Wolfer 1995 Football Gazette Sean Gorius 1996, 1997 Football Gazette Jim Homoki 1996 Football Gazette Pat Hugar 1996 Football Gazette Ryan Hulme 1996 Football Gazette Kevin Johns 1996 Football Gazette Josh Lemmon 1996 Football Gazette Jeff Verhoff 1996 Football Gazette Joel Cutler 1997 Football Gazette Mark Thobe 1997, 1998 Football Gazette Jay Fullenkamp 1998 Football Gazette Chuck Kohstall 1998 Football Gazette Paul Conradson 1999 Football Gazette Brad Thobe 1999 Football Gazette Jermaine Bailey 2000 Football Gazette Shawn Eddy 2000 Football Gazette Trent Karn 2001 Football Gazette Mark Kasmer 2001 Football Gazette Division I-AA Mid-Major Eric Willman 2001 Football Gazette Division I-AA Mid-Major American Football Coaches Association Mark Kasmer 2002 Football Gazette Associated Press Division I-AA Mid-Major Nate Moore 2002 Football Gazette Jesse Obert 2002 Football Gazette Associated Press Doug Jones 2003 Sports Network Mid-Major Nate Moore 2003 Sports Network Mid-Major Doug Jones 2004 Sports Network Mid-Major American Football Coaches Assocation Football Gazette Jason Resch 2004 Sports Network Mid-Major Football Gazette Robby Schwab 2004 Sports Network Mid-Major Football Gazette Ryan Winner 2005 Football Gazette Sports Network Casey Klaus 2005 Football Gazette Sports Network Ross Mroczek 2005 Sports Network Football Gazette John Hoppe 2006 Football Gazette Nick Ruhe 2006 Football Gazette Matt Champa 2007 Walter Camp Football Foundation College Sporting News CollegeSportsReport.com Sports Network

Tackle Tight End Offensive End

Linebacker Free Safety Middle Guard Linebacker Offensive Guard Placekicker Defensive Back Offensive Tackle Placekicker Linebacker Tailback Defensive Tackle Offensive Guard Offensive Tackle Kicker Fullback Defensive Tackle Offensive Tackle

HONOR ROLL FOOTBALL GAZETTE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Lou Loncar.............................................. 1989.................................Defensive Kevin Johns............................................. 1996.................................Offensive Eric Willman............................................ 2001.................................Offensive Mark Kasmer.......................................... 2002.................................Defensive Jesse Obert............................................. 2002..................................Specialist

POSTSEASON BOWL GAME APPEARANCES All-Star Game In Chicago Jack Padley......................................................................................1940 Jim Katcavage..................................................................................1956 Fred Dugan......................................................................................1958 Emil Karas........................................................................................1959 East-West Shrine Game Leroy Ka-Ne.....................................................................................1950 Jim Katcavage..................................................................................1955 Fred Dugan......................................................................................1958 Mickey Bitsko...................................................................................1964 Tom Stangle.....................................................................................1966 Jim Stangle......................................................................................1969 Leo Dillon.........................................................................................1970

Offensive Guard Middle Guard Center

Kicker Quarterback Offensive Lineman Linebacker Linebacker Wide Receiver Kicker Quarterback Offensive Guard Defensive Back Offensive Lineman Defensive Back Offensive Guard Linebacker Offensive Tackle Safety Running Back Offensive Guard Middle Guard Safety Offensive Lineman

Blue-Gray Game Bob DeMarco...................................................................................1960 Gary Kosins......................................................................................1971 Jim Jensen.......................................................................................1980 Hula Bowl Mickey Bitsko...................................................................................1964

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME Harry Baujan......................................................................................... 1990

NATIONAL FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME AWARD WINNERS

Bob Heckman......................................................................................... 1962 Leo Dillon.............................................................................................. 1970 Tim Quinn.............................................................................................. 1972 Steve Keller............................................................................................ 1992 Brandon Cramer..................................................................................... 2007

NCAA STATISTICS LEADERS Gary Kosins.............................................................................................1970

Safety Offensive Tackle Kicker Defensive Back Offensive Tackle Defensive Back Kicker Center Offensive Tackle Defensive Back Offensive Guard Linebacker Wide Receiver/Punt Returnner Tight End Tight End Tight End Tight End

Tied Brian Beam (Air Force) for the national lead in (12.0 points per game average)

Dan Sharley........................................................................................... 1990. D-III passing efficiency (165.1 rating) Steve Keller............................................................................................ 1992. D-III passing efficiency (168.9 rating) Brian Kadel.............................................................................................1995 D-IAA passing efficiency (175.0 rating)


NATIONAL ACADEMIC AWARDS NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship Roy Gordon Mike Pignatiello Dan Sharley Mark Kasmer Brandon Cramer

1976 1982 1990 2002 2007

NACDA Post-Graduate Scholarship Josh Lemmon Brandon Cramer

1996 2007

FIRST TEAM COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Bart Bergfeld Brandon Cramer Brett Cuthbert Greg French Doug Jones Jake Jones Mark Kasmer David Kemp Jimmy Lee Josh Lemmon Steve Lochow Brad Mager Marty McNamara Gerry Meyer David Overholser Tim Quinn Dan Rosenbaum Nick Sellet Jeff Slayback Scott Terry Brandon Wingeier

2008 2006, 2007 1991 1984, 1985 2003 1998 2001, 2002 1984 1999 1996 1992, 1993 1993 2001 1986 1994 1971, 1972 1991, 1992 2003 1984 1979 2008,2009

Brandon Cramer, a 2007 co-captain, was the NCAA Division I Academic All-American of the Year and a finalist for the Draddy Trophy.

COACH OF THE YEAR AWARDS

Rick Carter 1980

Chevrolet D-III Kodak College Division

Mike Kelly 1989 1991 1993 1994 1996 1996 1997 2000 2001 2002 2007

Kodak College Division II Football Gazette Kodak College Division II Pioneer Football League Pioneer Football League Football Gazette NCAA DI-AA Mid-Major Pioneer Football League Pioneer Football League Pioneer Football League Pioneer Football League Football Gazette NCAA DI-AA Mid-Major Football Gazette NCAA DI-AA Mid-Major Pioneer Football League Football Gazette NCAA DI-AA Mid-Major

Jermaine Bailey............................................................2000, 2001...............................RB Andy Bentley...........................................................................2002................................. T Blake Bikowski........................................................................2007................................. C Tyler Bowersock.............................................................2001, 2002............................... LB Matt Champa...........................................................................2007................................TE Zack Cline...............................................................................1995...............................OL Paul Conradson.......................................................................1999................................. T Brandon Cramer......................................................................2005...............................DB Jim Croghan............................................................................2007................................. T Jeff Cutler...............................................................................1997...............................OL Chris Dearth............................................................................2003............................... DL Matt Deters...................................................................1994, 1995...............................DB Chad Duff...............................................................................1997...............................OL Tim Duvic................................................................................1994...............................PK Shawn Eddy.............................................................................2000...............................OL Barry Esposito.........................................................................1994..............................WR Jeff Fallis................................................................................2001................................. P Jude France.............................................................................1994...............................OL Tyler Friedrich.........................................................................2009...............................OL Jay Fullenkamp.......................................................................1998...............................OL Aaron Furman...............................................................2001, 2002................................. S Mike Glassmeyer...........................................................1997, 1998............................... DL Sean Gorius...................................................................1996, 1997............................... LB Brian Heizman..............................................................2002, 2003............................... LB Kalen Hemmelgarn........................................................2007, 2008............................... DT Brendan Hill............................................................................1993............................... LB Nick Hinkebein........................................................................1993..............................MG Pat Hofacre.............................................................................1993............................... FB David Holtz.............................................................................1994............................... DL Jim Homoki...................................................................1995, 1996............................... LB John Hoppe.........................................................2004, 2005, 2006............................... LB Kevin Hoyng.................................................................2005, 2007...............................QB Trent Huelsman.......................................................................1997................................TE Pat Hugar.....................................................................1996, 1997..............................WR Ryan Hulme............................................................................1996...............................PK Ryan Huyghe..........................................................................1995..............................WR Kevin Johns...................................................................1996, 1997...............................QB Doug Jones...................................................................2003, 2004...............................DB Ryan Jones..............................................................................2001...............................KR Brian Kadel.............................................................................1995...............................QB Trent Karn.....................................................................2001, 2002..............................MG Mark Kasmer................................................................2001, 2002................................. S Chuck Kohstall...............................................................1998, 1999............................... LB Jimmy Lee....................................................................1998, 1999...............................RB Curt Lemmerbrock...................................................................1996...............................OL Josh Lemmon..........................................................................1996...............................OL Jay Loboda..............................................................................1993............................... OT Steve Lochow...........................................................................1993............................... DT Matt Macy...............................................................................1999................................. T Jeff Mathot.............................................................................1993.............................. OG Steve McDonald.............................................................2007, 2008................................. F Pat McLaughlin........................................................................1999...............................QB Marty McNamara.....................................................................2000...............................DB Ryan McNulty..........................................................................2005................................. C Andy McKelvy..........................................................................1999................................. P Bumper McKinley....................................................................1997...............................DB Benjy Miller...................................................................1994, 1995...............................RB Judd Mintz..............................................................................1993............................... TB Nate Moore...................................................................2002, 2003...............................OL John Mullen............................................................................1994...............................OL Jesse Obert.............................................................................2002...............................PK Troy Ouhl................................................................................1995............................... DL Ryan Rapaszky........................................................................1997............................... LB Joe Reis........................................................................2008, 2009............................... LB Jason Resch.............................................................................2004...............................PK Nick Ruhe...............................................................................2006..............................WR John Schmall...........................................................................2005................................TE Rich Schuckman.......................................................................1996............................... DL Robby Schwab.........................................................................2004................................. C Nick Sellet...............................................................................2003...............................OL Michael Short..........................................................................2003............................... LB Matt Sirmon............................................................................1999............................... DL Kelly Spiker.............................................................................2002...............................QB Ryan Stangle...........................................................................1999................................TE Jeff Swanson...........................................................................2000............................... DL Brad Thobe..............................................................................1999...............................DB Dan Thobe...............................................................................1993................................. S Mark Thobe...................................................................1997, 1998...............................DB Steve Valentino...............................................................2008,2009........................WR/QB Brad VanVleet................................................................1999, 2000............................... LB James Vercammen...................................................................2009...............................DB Jeff Verhoff.............................................................................1996...............................DB Steve Verhoff..........................................................................2005............................... TB Scott Vossler..................................................................2007, 2008...............................DE Jarrod Wachter........................................................................2002...............................OL Trent Warren...........................................................................2004..............................MG Justin Willhoite........................................................................2001.............................. OG Eric Willman............................................................................2001............................... OT Brandon Wingeier....................................................................2009............................... DL Ryan Winner...........................................................................2004............................... OT Brady Wolfer...........................................................................1995...............................OL Offensive Player of the Year Jermaine Bailey......................................................................2001...............................RB Kelly Spiker.............................................................................2002...............................QB Kevin Hoyng...........................................................................2007...............................QB Steve Valentino........................................................................2009...............................QB PFL Defensive Player of the Year John Hoppe.............................................................................2005............................... LB Doug Jones.............................................................................2004...............................DB Mark Kasmer................................................................2001, 2002................................. S Scott Vossler............................................................................2008...............................DE

HONOR ROLL Rookie of the Year Joe Castaneda................................................................. 2007.............................CB First Team Academic All-PFL (alpha. order) Chris Anderson...................................................................................... 2002, 2003 Eric Belcher..................................................................................................... 1996 Andy Bentley......................................................................................... 2001, 2002 Bart Bergfeld................................................................................................... 2008 Brent Bickel..................................................................................................... 1995 Sean Borchers....................................................................................... 2001, 2002 Tyler Bowersock..................................................................................... 2001, 2002 Chad Burton.................................................................................................... 2005 Matt Champa................................................................................................... 2007 Jason Cocco..................................................................................................... 1995 Paul Conradson............................................................................................... 1999 Brandon Cramer.......................................................................... 2005, 2006, 2007 Jim Croghan.................................................................................................... 2007 Chris Dearth.................................................................................................... 2004 Eric Dearth...................................................................................................... 2003 Matt Deters........................................................................................... 1994, 1995 Andy DeVito.................................................................................................... 2003 Chad Duff....................................................................................................... 1997 Barry Esposito....................................................................................... 1993, 1994 Jeff Fallis........................................................................................................ 2001 Rob Florian..................................................................................................... 2008 Jay Fullenkamp............................................................................................... 1998 Nick Glavin...................................................................................................... 2008 Brandon Godsey.............................................................................................. 2006 Lance Goodfellow............................................................................................ 1994 Sean Gorius..................................................................................................... 1997 Sean Heenan.......................................................................................... 2008,2009 Kalen Hemmelgarn.......................................................................................... 2009 Randy Hemmelgarn............................................................................... 1999, 2000 Josh Heyne........................................................................................... 2005, 2006 Bryan Holtz..................................................................................................... 1995 David Holtz..................................................................................................... 1994 Jim Homoki..................................................................................................... 1996 John Hoppe........................................................................................... 2005, 2006 Kevin Hoyng............................................................................... 2005, 2006, 2007 Trent Huelsman..................................................................................... 1996, 1997 Ryan Huyghe.................................................................................................. 1995 Kevin Johns........................................................................................... 1996, 1997 Doug Jones ................................................................................ 2002, 2003, 2004 Jacob Jones..................................................................................................... 1998 Paul Kaiser...................................................................................................... 1998 Trent Karn....................................................................................................... 2002 Mark Kasmer........................................................................................ 2001, 2002 Brian Kelly.................................................................................. 2005, 2006, 2007 Matt Klug........................................................................................................ 1995 Chuck Kohstall....................................................................................... 1998, 1999 Jimmy Lee............................................................................................ 1998, 1999 Josh Lemmon........................................................................................ 1995, 1996 Steve Lochow................................................................................................... 1993 Jeff Mathot..................................................................................................... 1993 Patrick McCormick................................................................................. 2007, 2008 Steve McDonald............................................................................................... 2008 Andy McKelvy.................................................................................................. 1998 Marty McNamara................................................................................... 2000, 2001 Ryan McNulty.................................................................................................. 2005 Matt Moore........................................................................................... 1995, 1997 John Mullen.................................................................................................... 1994 Steve Mulqueen............................................................................................... 2000 Troy Ouhl........................................................................................................ 1995 David Overholser............................................................................................. 1994 Mike Platte...................................................................................................... 1993 Ryan Pollock................................................................................................... 2008 Ryan Rapaszky................................................................................................ 1997 Joe Reis.......................................................................................................... 2008 Jason Resch........................................................................................... 2003, 2004 Alan Ruth........................................................................................................ 1993 Matt Ryan....................................................................................................... 2003 Allen Sanders.................................................................................................. 2000 John Schmall................................................................................................... 2005 Jason Schmidt................................................................................................. 2001 Brad Schuster.................................................................................................. 2000 Nick Sellet............................................................................................. 2001, 2003 Ben Shappie.................................................................................................... 2008 Bob Sobehart.................................................................................................. 1998 Matt Smyth................................................................................................... 20099 Kelly Spiker..................................................................................................... 2002 Brandon Staley................................................................................................ 2004 Ryan Stangle................................................................................................... 1999 Mike Stylski..................................................................................................... 1996 Matt Swartz..................................................................................................... 2007 Brad Thobe................................................................................................. 1998-99 Dan Thobe....................................................................................................... 1993 Mark Thobe..................................................................................................... 1997 Steve Valentino................................................................................................ 2009 Brad Van Vleet................................................................................................. 1999 Jeff Verhoff........................................................................................... 1996, 1997 Steve Verhoff........................................................................................ 2004, 2005 Chris Vermillion..................................................................................... 2006, 2007 Corey Vossler................................................................................................... 2008 Scott Vossler.................................................................................................... 2007 Jarrod Wachter................................................................................................ 2002 Ben Welsh....................................................................................................... 2009 Stan Wheeler................................................................................................... 1993 Pete Wehrman....................................................................................... 1996, 1997 Justin Willhoite...................................................................................... 2000, 2001 Brandon Wingeier................................................................................... 2008,2009 Ryan Winner................................................................................................... 2005 Scott Wintering................................................................................................ 2005 Tom Wolfe....................................................................................................... 1993 Brady Wolfer................................................................................................... 1994

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CAREER RECORDS For the purposes of the UD Record Book, use the following notations for your reference: (s) - denotes a scholarship record (n) - denotes a non-scholarship record

SCORING

Points 1 Mike DUVIC ....................................1986-89.............(n) 326 2 Pat HOFACRE ...................................1990-93.................. 318 3 Dave JONES......................................1984-87.................. 250 4 Gary KOSINS....................................1969-71............. (s) 246 Kevin HOFACRE.................................1989-90.................. 246 6 Tim NORBUT.....................................1984-86.................. 242 7 Chad MUTERSPAW ............................1994-97.................. 210 8 Jesse OBERT......................................2000-02.................. 208 9 Tim DUVIC .......................................1992-94.................. 203 10 Ryan HULME ....................................1994-97.................. 201 11 Greg FRENCH ...................................1982-85.................. 192 12 Sylvester MONROE ...........................1975-78.................. 186 Garry SMITH ....................................1977-80.................. 186 14 Hartmut STRECKER ...........................1976-79.................. 183 15 David GEORGE .................................1996-00.................. 174 16 Greg SCHWARBER ............................1972-75.................. 169 17 Ben SHAPPIE.....................................2005-08.................. 168 18 John BIANCHI ..................................1990-91.................. 163 19 Kelly SPIKER ....................................2000-02.................. 162 20 Pat HUGAR ......................................1993-97.................. 158 21 Geno MATTIODA ...............................1999-03.................. 156 22 Jason RESCH.....................................2003-04.................. 149 23 Nick GLAVIN.........................................2007-.................. 148 24 Jon VORPE .......................................1979-82.................. 144 Jermaine BAILEY ..............................1999-01.................. 144 26 Mike NICHOLSON .............................1986-88.................. 142 27 Jim FULLENKAMP .............................1979-80.................. 141 28 Mike PIGNATIELLO ...........................1979-82.................. 139 29 Jack PADLEY ....................................1937-39.................. 132 Art BOK ...........................................1946-49.................. 132 Tom HANER .....................................1979-82.................. 132 Jimmy LEE .......................................1996-99.................. 132 Tony HURPS .....................................2001-03.................. 132 34 Cliff SACHINI ....................................2000-03.................. 130 35 Gradlin PRUITT .................................1977-80.................. 126 Kevin HOYNG...................................2004-07.................. 126 Touchdowns 1 Pat HOFACRE....................................1990-93...............(n) 53 2 Kevin HOFACRE.................................1989-90.................... 41 Dave JONES .....................................1984-87.................... 41 Gary KOSINS....................................1969-71............... (s) 41 5 Tim NORBUT.....................................1985-86.................... 40

UP TO THE 1976 SEASON, THE UD FOOTBALL TEAM WAS A SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM. FROM 1976 ON, NO FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIPS HAVE BEEN GIVEN.

RUSHING

Yards 1 Sylvester MONROE............................1975-78............... 2,940 2 Gary KOSINS....................................1969-71.......... (s) 2,812 3 Dave JONES......................................1984-87..........(n) 2,684 4 William PETERSON.............................1988-91............... 2,540 5 Jermaine BAILEY...............................1999-01............... 2,299 6 Gradlin PRUITT..................................1977-80............... 2,296 7 Tommy HALSTEAD ...........................1980-83............... 2,249 8 Jackie GREEN ..................................1983-86............... 2,158 9 Kelly SPIKER ....................................2000-02............... 2,059 10 Cliff SACHINI ....................................2000-03............... 1,995 11 Rob DIORIO ....................................1982-85............... 1,994 12 Chad LINDSEY ..................................1995-98............... 1,952 13 Jay DEWiITT .....................................1987-90............... 1,756. 14 Judd MINTZ .....................................1991-93............... 1,750. 15 Greg BAZANY ...................................1979-82............... 1,692 Attempts 1 Gary KOSINS ..................................1969-71............. (s) 779 2 Sylvester MONROE ..........................1975-78.................. 702 3 Tommy HALSTEAD ...........................1980-83.............(n) 544 4 Dave JONES .....................................1984-87.................. 540 5 Gradlin PRUITT .................................1977-80.................. 470 Yards Per Attempt 1 Jimmy LEE .......................................1996-99............(n) 6.24 2 Judd MINTZ ....................................1991-93................. 6.18 3 William PETERSON ...........................1988-91................... 6.1 4 Chad LINDSEY ..................................1995-98................... 5.9 5 Keith MILLER ..................................1989-92................... 5.8

PASSING

Yards 1 Kevin HOYNG...................................2004-07.........( n) 8,862 2 Steve KELLER ..................................1990-92............... 3,768 3 B.J. DAILEY .....................................1974-77............... 3,678 4 Kevin JOHNS ..................................1995-97............... 3,572 5 Dan SHARLEY ..................................1987-90............... 3,229 6 Jon VORPE ......................................1979-82............... 3,146 7 Rob FLORIAN....................................2004-08............... 3,026 8 Frank SIGGINS ................................1950-52.......... (s) 3,019 9 Ken POLKE ......................................1970-73............... 2,896 10 Joe ZALESKI ....................................1947-50............... 2,695 Completions 1 Kevin HOYNG...................................2004-07.............(n) 530 2 Steve KELLER ..................................1990-92.................. 273 3 Rob FLORIAN....................................2004-08.................. 254 Frank SIGGINS .................................1950-52............. (s) 209 Attempts 1 Kevin HOYNG...................................2004-07.............(n) 862 2 B.J. DAILEY .....................................1974-77.................. 509 3 Ken POLKE .......................................1971-73............. (s) 490 Accuracy 1 Brian KADEL ...................................1993-95............(n) 62.6 2 Dan SHARLEY ..................................1987-90................. 61.8 3 Tony ERNST .....................................1992-94................. 61.5 Frank SIGGINS .................................1950-52............ (s) 46.6 Touchdown Throws 1 Kevin HOYNG...................................2004-07...............(n) 59 2 Kevin JOHNS....................................1995-97...............(n) 37 3 Steve KELLER....................................1990-92.................... 31 Frank SIGGINS .................................1950-52............... (s) 30

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Kicker Mike Duvic is UD’s all-time leading scorer.

Highest Efficiency 1 Kevin HOYNG .................................2004-07............... 158.1 2 Kevin JOHNS ..................................1994-97..........(n) 151.1 3 Kelly SPIKER ...................................2000-02............... 149.8

RECEIVING

Catches 1 Bill FRANKS .......................1988-91...........(n) 133 2 Ryan WROBLESKI.................2002-05................ 117 3 Nick RUHE...........................2003-07................ 113 4 Tim EUBANK ......................1985-88................ 109 5 Matt CHAMPA.......................2005-07................ 104 (6) Larry NICKELS ....................1970-72............. (s) 99 By Tight Ends 1 Matt CHAMPA.......................2005-07...........(n) 104 2 Jim CURRIN.........................1950-52............. (s) 75 3 Fred DUGAN........................1955-57.................. 66 By Running Backs 1 Bobby RECKER.....................1950-52............. (s) 78 2 Bob MADDEN ......................1966-68.................. 42 Chad LINDSEY......................1995-98.............(n) 35 Yards 1 Ryan WROBLESKI.................2002-05........(n) 2,058 2 Nick RUHE...........................2003-07............. 1,885 3 Pat HUGAR..........................1985-88............. 1,878 4 Tim EUBANK ......................1985-88............. 1,851 5 Bill FRANKS .......................1988-91............. 1,767 6 Kelvin KIRK .......................1972-75........ (s) 1,676 7 Matt CHAMPA.......................2005-07............. 1,598 8 Justin WATKINS........................2007-............. 1,568 9 Al LAUBENTHAL ..................1977-80............. 1,563 10 Ben WINTERS ......................2000-02............. 1,421 1 2 3 1 2

By Tight Ends Matt CHAMPA.......................2005-07............. 1,598 Jim CURRIN .......................1950-52........ (s) 1,198 Fred DUGAN ......................1955-57............. 1,040 By Running Backs Bobby RECKER.....................1950-52........ (s) 1,136 Bob MADDEN.......................1966-68................ 714 Billy MAYO...........................1965-67................ 714 William Peterson..................1988-91...........(n) 412

Yards Per Catch 1 Ryan JONES .......................1999-01........(n) 26.24 2 C. CUMBERLANDER ..............1997-98............. 26.21 3 Ben WINTERS ......................2000-02............... 23.6 4 Billy MAYO .........................1965-67.......... (s) 22.9 5 Pat HUGAR ........................1994-97............... 21.6 1 2 3 (4)

By Tight Ends Ryan STANGLE ....................1996-99..........(n) 20.5 Dustin PLACKE ....................2001-03............... 18.8 Tony PETRUCCI ...................1984-87............... 16.2 Jim CURRIN .......................1950-52.......... (s) 16.0

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Running Backs Billy MAYO...........................1965-67.......... (s) 22.9 Bob MADDEN ......................1966-68............... 17.0 Chad LINDSEY......................1995-98..........(n) 12.6

Touchdown Catches 1 Pat HUGAR .........................1994-97.............(n) 24 2 Matt CHAMPA.......................2005-07.................. 19 3 Jim CURRIN .......................1950-52............. (s) 15 4 Ryan WROBLESKI.................2002-05.................. 14 Al LAUBENTHAL ...................1977-78.................. 14 Kelvin KIRK .......................1972-75.................. 14


CAREER RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE

Rushing & Passing 1 Kevin HOYNG......................... 2004-07..............(n) 9,528 2 Kelly SPIKER........................... 2000-02................... 5,138 3 Kevin JOHNS.......................... 1995-97................... 4,252 4 Steve KELLER.......................... 1990-92................... 3,974 5 B.J. DAILEY............................. 1974-77................... 3,890 6 Dan SHARLEY.......................... 1987-90................... 3,636 7 Jon VORPE.............................. 1979-82................... 3,554 8 Rob FLORIAN.......................... 2004-08................... 3,291 9 Steve VALENTINO........................ 2007-................... 3,288 10 Brandon STALEY...................... 2003-04................... 3,138 Joe ZALESKI............................ 1947-50.............. (s) 2,922 All-Purpose (Rush, Catch & Return) 1 Sylvester MONROE.................. 1975-78................... 3,613 2 Dave JONES............................ 1984-87................... 3,479 3 Nick RUHE.............................. 2003-07................... 3,478 4 Gradlin PRUITT........................ 1978-80................... 3,464 5 Pat HUGAR............................. 1995-97................... 3,239 6 Gary KOSINS.......................... 1969-71..................3,101* 7 William PETERSON................... 1988-91................... 2,975 9 Jermaine BAILEY..................... 1999-01................... 2,937 9 Jackie GREEN.......................... 1983-86................... 2,826 10 Bob MADDEN.......................... 1966-68................... 2,750

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Sylvester Monroe Gary Kosins Dave Jones William Peterson Jermaine Bailey Gradlin Pruitt Tommy Halstead Jackie Green Kelly Spiker Cliff Sachini Rob Diorio Keith Miller Jimmy Lee Jay DeWitt Judd Mintz Greg Bazany Kevin Hoyng Bernie Kress Leroy Ka-Ne Rob Monnett

YEARS

1975-78 1969-71 1984-87 1988-91 1999-01 1977-80 1980-83 1983-86 2000-02 2000-03 1982-85 1989-92 1996-99 1987-90 1991-93 1979-82 2004-07 1966-68 1948-50 1986-89

1,500 YARD CLUB ATT. 702 779 540 417 403 469 544 395 383 393 362 320 298 328 283 337 458 383 279 283

Punt Returns 1 Nick RUHE.............................. 2003-07...................(n) 77 2 Nick RICKE.............................. 1981-82.........................64 3 Doug ZIMMER......................... 1984-86.........................54 4 Sean TAYLOR........................... 1989-92.........................51 5 Pat HUGAR............................. 1995-97.........................48 Theron SUMPTER..................... 1965-67................... (s) 42

Field Goal Accuracy 1 Mike DUVIC............................ 1986-89................(n) 80.7 2 Greg FRENCH.......................... 1983-85......................76.3 3 John BIANCHI......................... 1990-91......................75.0 Greg SCHWARBER................... 1972-75................ (s) 46.6

Punt Return Yards 1 Nick RUHE.............................. 2003-07..................(n)807 2 Pat HUGAR............................. 1995-97.................(n) 496 3 Sean TAYLOR........................... 1989-92.......................484 4 Doug ZIMMER......................... 1984-86.......................449 5 Barry ESPOSITO...................... 1991-94.......................446 Bobby RECKER........................ 1950-52................. (s) 394

Extra Point Accuracy 1 Hartmut STRECKER.................. 1977-78................(n) 98.6 2 Greg SCHWARBER................... 1972-75................ (s) 97.4

2,940 2,812 2,684 2,540 2,299 2,296 2,249 2,158 2,059 1,995 1,994 1,869 1,861 1,756 1,750 1,692 1,666 1,662 1,570 1,530

AVG. TDS 100-YDS 4.2 3.6 5.0 6.1 5.7 4.9 4.1 5.5 5.4 5.1 5.5 5.8 6.2 5.4 6.2 5.0 3.6 4.3 5.6 5.4

28 41 41 9 15 19 13 14 26 20 8 12 20 9 15 12 21 18 20 9

Punt Return Average 1 Rob MONNETT......................... 1986-89................(n) 13.6 2 Barry ESPOSITO...................... 1991-94......................10.6 3 Nick RUHE.............................. 2003-07......................10.5 4 Pat HUGAR............................. 1995-97......................10.3 Punting Average 1 Dan QUINN............................. 1970-71................ (s) 39.6 2 Andy McKELVY........................ 1996-99................(n) 39.5 3 Vic KRISTOPAITIS..................... 1954-56......................39.3

DEFENSE

Interceptions 1 Mark KASMER......................... 2000-02...................(n) 21 2 Doug ZIMMER......................... 1983-86...................(n) 20 3 Jon HUSTED............................ 1986-89.........................17 4 Sean KENNEALLY..................... 1987-90.........................16 5 Roy GORDON.......................... 1973-76................... (s) 14 Interception Return Yards 1 Mark KASMER......................... 2000-02.................(n) 375 2 Doug ZIMMER......................... 1983-86.......................323 3 Casey KLAUS........................... 2003-05.......................276 4 Dan THOBE............................. 1991-93.......................269 5 Sean GORIUS.......................... 1995-97.......................232 Interception Return Average 1 Casey KLAUS........................... 2003-05......................30.2 2 Dan THOBE............................. 1991-93................(n) 29.9 3 Sean GORIUS.......................... 1995-97......................25.8 Fumble Recoveries 1 Jim SHAFOR............................ 1953-54................... (s) 12 2 Joe OVERBECK........................ 1976-79.........................10

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Kickoff Returns 1 Walt WINGARD....................... 1972-74................... (s) 40 2 Gradin PRUITT........................ 1978-80...................(n) 38 3 Willie HANDLEY....................... 1968-69.........................34 4 Pat HUGAR............................. 1995-97.........................33 Billy MAYO.............................. 1965-67.........................33 Kickoff Return Yards 1 Walt WINGARD....................... 1972-74................. (s) 909 2 Gradlin PRUITT........................ 1978-80.................(n) 833 3 Pat HUGAR............................. 1995-97.......................777 4 Billy MAYO.............................. 1965-67.......................776 5 Kelvin KIRK............................ 1972-75.......................757

Kick Return Average 1 Jimmy LEE.............................. 1997-99..............(n) 27.75 2 Kelvin KIRK............................ 1972-75................ (s) 27.0 3 John HUSTED.......................... 1986-89......................24.7 4 Pat HUGAR............................. 1995-97......................23.5 5 Billy MAYO.............................. 1965-67......................23.5

8 10 12 9 13 11 8 6 4 8 6 4 8 2 6 7 1 5 * 2

*Information Unavailable

Field Goals 1 Mike DUVIC............................ 1986-89...................(n) 46 2 Greg SCHWARBER................... 1972-75................... (s) 34 3 Greg FRENCH.......................... 1983-85.........................29 4 John BIANCHI......................... 1990-91.........................24 5 Jason RESCH........................... 2003-04.........................23 Hartmut STRECKER.................. 1976-79.........................23

Extra Points 1 Mike DUVIC............................ 1986-89.................(n) 189 2 Jesse OBERT............................ 2000-02.......................142 3 Ryan HULME........................... 1994-97.......................138 4 Hartmut STRECKER.................. 1976-79.......................114 5 Greg FRENCH.......................... 1983-85.......................104 Greg SCHWARBER................... 1972-75 .................. (s) 67 Consecutive: 64, Greg Schwarber, 1972-75

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Quarterback Kevin Hoyng holds the Flyers’ career record for total yards (9,528), completions (530), passing yards (8, 862), and TD passes (59).

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SINGLE‑SEASON RECORDS SCORING

Points 1 Dave JONES................................. 1987.................... (n) 160 2 Kevin HOFACRE ........................... 1989..........................156 3 Pat HOFACRE ............................... 1991..........................144 Gary KOSINS................................ 1970.....................(s) 108 Touchdowns 1 Dave JONES................................. 1987...................... (n) 26 Kevin HOFACRE............................ 1989............................26 3 Pat HOFACRE................................ 1991............................24 Gary KOSINS................................ 1970.......................(s) 18

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Field Goals 1 Jesse OBERT................................. 2002...................... (n) 17 2 John BIANCHI............................... 1990............................16 3 Mike DUVIC.................................. 1987............................14 Mike DUVIC.................................. 1989............................14 Greg SCHWARBER......................... 1973.......................(s) 13 Field Goal Accuracy 1 Greg FRENCH............................... 1984................... (n) 85.7 2 John BIANCHI ............................. 1990.........................84.2 3 Greg FRENCH ............................. 1985.........................83.3 Mark REDRICK............................. 1968....................(s) 83.3 Extra Points 1 Jim FULLENKAMP......................... 1980...................... (n) 62 2 Mike DUVIC.................................. 1989............................59 3 Jesse OBERT................................. 2001............................57 Barney OTTEN.............................. 1949.......................(s) 18 Extra Point Accuracy 1 Mike DUVIC ................................. 1989.......................100.0 Mike PIGNATIELLO........................ 1982.......................100.0 Hartmut STRECKER....................... 1977.......................100.0 Greg SCHWARBER............... 1973, 1974..................(s) 100.0 Rich WINKLER.............................. 1964.......................100.0 Nate Miller......... ............ .............2009............ ......... 100.0 Kickoff Returns 1 Willie HANDLEY............................ 1969.......................(s) 24 2 Dan PAULICK................................ 1996...................... (n) 20 Kickoff Return Yards 1 Willie HANDLEY............................ 1969.....................(s) 504 2 Steve VALENTINO.......................... 2008.................... (n) 454 3 Jon HUSTED................................. 1989......................... 450 Kick Return Average 1 Benjy MILLER............................... 1995................... (n) 32.7 2 Kelvin KIRK.................................. 1974....................(s) 32.2 3 Bob MADDEN............................... 1968.........................30.0 Punt Returns 1 Nick RICKE................................... 1981...................... (n) 44 2 Sean TAYLOR................................ 1991............................29 3 Mike MUSSELMAN........................ 1987............................28 Joe ZALESKI................................. 1950.......................(s) 28 Punt Return Yards 1 Nick RUHE................................... 2005.................... (n) 448 2 Ryan JONES................................. 2001..........................415 3 Rob MONNETT ............................. 1989..........................340 4 Joe ZALESKI................................. 1948.....................(s) 338 Punt Return Average 1 Ryan JONES................................. 2001................... (n) 18.0 2 Al SHATTEEN................................. 1968....................(s) 13.7 3 Rob MONNETT.............................. 1989.........................13.6 Punting Average 1 John VUKELICH............................ 1951....................(s) 41.3 2 Dan QUINN ................................. 1970.........................40.6 3 Vic KRISTOPAITIS ......................... 1956.........................40.5 Jack CAMERON............................. 1989........................(n) 39.6

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Rushing Yards 1 Dave JONES................................. 1987................. (n) 1,803 2 Gradlin PRUITT ............................ 1980.......................1,591 3 Jermaine BAILEY.......................... 2000.......................1,373 4 Gary KOSINS ............................... 1970..................(s) 1,172 5 Jimmy LEE .................................. 1999.......................1,052 6 William PETERSON ....................... 1991.......................1,049 7 Cliff SACHINI................................ 2003.......................1,042 8 Judd MINTZ ................................ 1993.......................1,011 9 Sylvester MONROE ...................... 1976......................... 987 10 Bernie KRESS .............................. 1968......................... 973 Rushing Attempts 1 Dave JONES................................. 1987.................... (n) 363 2 Gary KOSINS................................ 1970.....................(s) 344 3 Gradlin PRUITT............................. 1980..........................323 Yards Per Attempt 1 Leroy KA-NE................................. 1949......................(s) 7.8 2 Sean BORCHERS........................... 2002..................... (n) 6.9 3 Chad LINDSEY.............................. 1997...........................6.8 J.P. RAGON................................... 1997...........................6.8

PASSING

Passing Yards 1 Kevin HOYNG............................... 2007.......................3,317 2 Steve VALENTINO.......................... 2009.......................2,376 3 Rob FLORIAN............................2008.....................2,345 4 Steve KELLER............................... 1991.......................2,316 5 Kevin HOYNG............................... 2006.......................2,052 Tom VOSBERG.............................. 1974..................(s) 1,914 Passing Completions 1 Kevin HOYNG............................... 2007.................... (n) 251 2 Rob FLORIAN............................2008........................207

3 Steve VALENTINO......................2009........................170 4 Steve KELLER............................... 1991..........................163 5 Tom VOSBERG.............................. 1974.....................(s) 141 Passing Attempts 1 Kevin HOYNG............................... 2007.................... (n) 384 2 Rob FLORIAN............................2008........................354 3 Tom VOSBERG.............................. 1974.....................(s) 304 Passing Accuracy 1 Kevin HOYNG............................... 2007................... (n) 65.4 2 Brian KADEL ................................ 1995.........................62.8 3 Dan SHARLEY .............................. 1990.........................62.7 Touchdown Throws 1 Kevin HOYNG............................... 2007...................... (n) 31 2 Kevin JOHNS ............................... 1996............................21 3 Brian KADEL ................................ 1995............................18 Frank SIGGINS............................. 1951.......................(s) 15 Highest Efficiency 1 Brian KADEL ................................ 1995................. (n) 175.0 2 Kevin HOYNG............................... 2005.......................164.4 3 Kelly SPIKER................................ 2001.......................163.5

TOTAL OFFENSE

Rushing & Passing 1 Kevin HOYNG............................... 2007................. (n) 3,957 2 Steve VALENTINO.......................... 2009.......................3,098 3 Rob FLORIAN............................2008.....................2,592 4 Kevin HOYNG............................... 2005.......................2,547 5 Kevin HOYNG............................... 2006.......................2,471 All-Purpose (Rush, Catch & Return) 1 Dave JONES ................................ 1987.......................2,242 2 Gradlin PRUITT ............................ 1980.......................1,980 3 Jermaine BAILEY.......................... 2000.......................1,662 4 Judd MINTZ ................................. 1993.......................1,501 5 Pat HUGAR................................... 1996.......................1,478

RECEIVING

Catches 1 Justin Millio.................................. 2008...................... (n) 67 2 JMichael JONARD......................... 2007........................... 64 3 Nick RUHE................................... 2007............................60 4 Matt CHAMPA............................... 2007............................59 5 Jack O’Dell.................................. 2007............................56 Larry NICKELS.............................. 1972.......................(s) 44 By Tight Ends 1 Matt CHAMPA........................ 2007...................... (n) 59 2 Jim CURRIN........................... 1951.......................(s) 39 3 Fred DUGAN.......................... 1957............................37 By Running Backs 1 Bobby RECKER....................... 1952.......................(s) 36 2 Judd MINTZ .......................... 1993...................... (n) 24 Receiving Yards 1 Nick RUHE................................... 2006.................... (n) 977 2 Justin WATKINS............................ 2009..........................927 3 Matt CHAMPA............................... 2007..........................921 4 Ryan WROBLESKI......................... 2005........................ 919 5 Al LAUBENTHAL............................ 1980..........................883 Larry NICKELS.............................. 1972.....................(s) 706

By Tight Ends 1 Matt CHAMPA........................ 2007.................... (n) 921 2 Jim CURRIN........................... 1951..........................649 3 Fred DUGAN.......................... 1957..........................546

By Running Backs 1 Bobby RECKER....................... 1952.....................(s) 472 2 Bob MADDEN........................ 1968..........................434 Judd MINTZ........................... 1993..................... (n)310 Yards Per Catch 1 Billy MAYO................................... 1966....................(s) 25.9 2 Ben WINTERS............................... 2001................... (n) 25.8 3 Stan WHEELER.............................. 1992.........................25.0 By Tight Ends 1 Dustin PLACKE....................... 2003................... (n) 24.3 2 Ryan STANGLE....................... 1999.........................21.8 3 Fred DUGAN.......................... 1956....................(s) 18.5 By Running Backs 1 Billy MAYO............................ 1966....................(s) 25.9 2 Billy MAYO............................ 1967.........................24.8 Chad LINDSEY....................... 1998................... (n) 17.1 Touchdown Catches 1 Pat HUGAR................................... 1996...................... (n) 10 2 Jim CURRIN................................. 1951........................ (s) 9 Matt CHAMPA............................... 2007..............................9

DEFENSE

Interceptions 1 Mark KASMER.............................. 2002...................... (n) 11 2 Chris CHANEY .............................. 1981............................10 3 Mark KASMER.............................. 2001..............................9 4 Dwight MOSLEY............................ 1972.........................(s) 8 Interception Return Yards 1 Chris CHANEY............................... 1981.................... (n) 229 2 Sean GORIUS .............................. 1997..........................222 3 Mark KASMER.............................. 2001..........................212 Intercept Return Average 1 Sean GORIUS............................... 1997................... (n) 44.4 2 Dan THOBE.................................. 1992.........................42.3 3 Lance GOODFELLOW..................... 1994.........................33.7 Fumble Recoveries 1 Jim SHAFOR................................. 1953.........................(s) 6 Jim SHAFOR................................. 1954.........................(s) 6 Chris CHANEY............................... 1980........................ (n) 6


SINGLE‑GAME RECORDS Points 1 Richard PUNCH ...................................................... Aquinas, ‘16................................. 30 Gary KOSINS ............................................................Xavier, ‘70............................. (s) 30 Kevin HOFACRE ................................................John Carroll, ‘89.............................(n) 30 Pat HOFACRE ..................................................... Mercyhurst, ‘91.............................(n) 30 Judd MINTZ ....................................................... Valparaiso, ‘93.............................(n) 30 Ben Shappie.......................................................... Campbell ‘08.............................(n) 30 Touchdowns 1 Richard PUNCH ...................................................... Aquinas, ‘16.................................... 5 Gary KOSINS ............................................................Xavier, ‘70............................... (s) 5 Kevin HOFACRE ................................................John Carroll, ‘89...............................(n) 5 Pat HOFACRE ..................................................... Mercyhurst, ‘91...............................(n) 5 Judd MINTZ ....................................................... Valparaiso, ‘93...............................(n) 5 Ben Shappie................................................................ Campbell ‘08...............................(n) 5

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Field Goals 1 Greg SCHWARBER................................................. Marshall, ‘72............................... (s) 4 Mike DUVIC ................................................... Wayne State, ‘87...............................(n) 4 John BIANCHI ............................................................ Iona, ‘90...............................(n) 4 John BIANCHI ....................................................Northwood, ‘90...............................(n) 4 Tim DUVIC .................................................................. UAB, ‘93...............................(n) 4 Jesse OBERT..........................................................St. Francis ‘02...............................(n) 4 Jason RESCH.......................................................Austin Peay ‘04...............................(n) 4 Longest Field Goals 1 Hartmut STRECKER ............................................ Iowa State, ‘77.............................(n) 59 2 Greg SCHWARBER .................................................... Xavier, ‘73............................. (s) 55 Extra Points 1 Mike PIGNATIELLO............................................. Jersey City, ‘82 ..............................(n) 9 2 Bob THOMAS .......................................................... Temple, ‘67............................... (s) 8 Longest Kickoff Returns 1 Bobby RECKER...........................................................Xavier, ‘50............................. (s) 98 2 Gradlin PRUITT......................................................Otterbein, ‘78.............................(n) 92 3 Jon HUSTED............................................................ Catholic, ‘89.................................. 90 Dan PAULICK.................................................UW-Platteville, ‘96.................................. 90 Longest Punt Returns 1 Bill KNISLEY........................................................... Marshall, ‘41.............................(n) 93 2 Willie BANKS.......................................................Wittenberg, ‘36............................ (s) 90 3 Ryan WROBLESKI................................................ Valparaiso, ‘05................................. 86 Longest Punts 1 Brad BURNS...............................................................Ithaca, ‘91.............................(n) 77 2 Jason BROWER.....................................................San Diego, ‘93.................................. 76 3 Paul SPAKOWSKI.......................................... No. Texas State, ‘52............................. (s) 75 Paul SPAKOWSKI........................................................Xavier, ‘53............................. (s) 75 Jason BROWER..................................................... Evansville, ‘94.................................. 75

RUSHING

Rushing Yards 1 Jermaine BAILEY .......................................................Drake ‘00...........................(n) 251 2 Gary KOSINS ...........................................................Akron, ‘70........................... (s) 236 Longest Rushes 1 Leroy KA-NE ........................................................Scranton, ‘49............................. (s) 94 2 J.P. RAGON ............................................... Morehead State, ‘97.............................(n) 85 3 Andre COLLINS ........................................... Frostburg State, ‘86.................................. 82 Rushing Attempts 1 Gary KOSINS ...................................................... Louisville, ‘70............................. (s) 51 Dave JONES ................................................... Wayne State, ‘87.............................(n) 38

TOTAL OFFENSE

Rushing & Passing 1 Kevin HOYNG....................................................... Davidson, ‘07...........................(n) 474 2 Kevin HOYNG.............................................................Drake, ‘07................................ 453 3 Steve VALENTINO........................................................ Butler, 09................................ 413 4 Kevin JOHNS........................................................San Diego, ‘96................................ 418 5 Rob FLORIAN.................................................... Jacksonville, ‘06................................ 397 Tom VOSBERG........................................................... Toledo, ‘74........................... (s) 290

PASSING

Passing Yards 1 Kevin JOHNS ...................................................... San Diego, ‘96...........................(n) 414 2 Steve VALENTINO........................................................ Butler, 09................................ 413 3 Rob FLORIAN.................................................... Jacksonville, ‘06................................ 411 4 Kevin HOYNG ...................................................... Davidson, ‘07................................ 408 5 Kevin HOYNG ........................................................... Drake, ‘07................................ 360 Tom VOSBERG ......................................................... Toledo, ‘74........................... (s) 318

Longest Pass Plays 1 Ben MERCER to C. CUMBERLANDER..........................Monmouth, ’98.............................. (n) 90 2 B.J. DAILEY to Kelvin KIRK........................................ Louisville, ‘75...............................(s) 88 3 Kevin HOYNG to J Michael JONARD.................................. CSU, ‘07....................................83 4 Tony ERNST to Alan RUTH.................................. UW-Platteville, ‘93 ...................................81 Passing Completions 1 Kevin HOYNG...............................................................Albany, ‘07.............................. (n) 34 Rob FLORIAN..........................................................San Diego, ‘08.............................. (n) 34 3 Kevin HOYNG................................................................Drake, ‘07....................................33 4 Tom VOSBERG...............................................................Toledo, ‘74...............................(s) 29 Steve VALENTINO.......................................................... Butler, ‘09................................... 29 Consecutive: 15, Tony Ernst: San Diego, 1993 Touchdown Throws 1 Kevin HOYNG..................................................Morehead State, ‘07................................ (n) 5 2 Kevin HOYNG..............................................................Urbana, ‘07......................................4 Kevin HOYNG........................................................... Davidson, ‘07......................................4 Kevin JOHNS................................................................. Butler, ‘96......................................4 Kevin JOHNS...........................................................San Diego, ‘96......................................4 Brian KADEL................................................................. Butler, ‘95......................................4 Frank SIGGINS..............................................................Toledo, ‘51 ...............................(s) 4

RECEIVING

Catches 1 Jack O’DELL..................................................................Drake, ‘07.............................. (n) 14 2 Justin MILLIO..........................................................San Diego, ‘08....................................12 3 Larry NICKELS.....................................................East Carolina, ‘72...............................(s) 10 Barry ESPOSITO............................................Ala.-Birmingham, ‘93....................................10 Pat HUGAR................................................................... Butler, ‘96....................................10 Jason SCHMIDT........................................................San Diego ‘03....................................10 Nick RUHE ...................................................................Drake, ‘07....................................10 Receiving Yards 1 Al LAUBENTHAL....................................................John Carroll, ‘80............................ (n) 223 2 Jason SCHMIDT........................................................San Diego ‘03..................................192 Larry NICKELS......................................................East Carolina ‘72.............................(s) 186 Yards Per Catch 1 Jim PITZER.........................................................Slippery Rock, ‘83........................... (n) 39.8 2 Ben WINTERS...................................................Morehead State ‘00.................................37.7 3 Mark MARTIN..........................................................Valparaiso, ’98.................................32.6 4 Kelvin KIRK......................................................... Indiana State ‘75............................(s) 25.3 Kelvin KIRK...................................................... McNeese State, ‘75............................(s) 25.3 Touchdown Catches 1 Pat HUGAR.............................................................San Diego, ‘96................................ (n) 3 Jack O’DELL............................................................. Davidson, ‘07................................ (n) 3 Many ...................................................................................(s) 2

DEFENSE

Interceptions 1 Paul SPAKOWSKI...........................................................Toledo, ‘51.................................(s) 3 Jim SPOERL..................................................................Miami, ‘53.................................(s) 3 Bob CYPHERS.......................................................... Richmond, ‘59.................................(s) 3 Jack UNVERFERTH........................................................Detroit, ‘61................................ (s) 3 Gary HUSSION........................................................Kent State, ‘65.................................(s) 3 Bob SMITH..........................................................Wis.-Superior, ‘83................................ (n) 3 Sean GORIUS...................................................Wis.-Platteville, ‘96................................ (n) 3 Aaron FURMAN................................................Morehead State ‘02................................ (n) 3 Mark KASMER..........................................................St. Francis ‘02................................ (n) 3 Longest Interception Returns 1 Sean GORIUS..................................................Morehead State, ‘97 ........................ (n) 100 Mark KASMER.......................................................... Duquesne ‘01............................ (n) 100 2 Dan THOBE..................................................... Mt. St. Joseph’s, ‘92....................................93 3 Willie BANKS..........................................................Wittenberg, ‘36...............................(s) 92 Longest Fumble Returns 1 Brandon CRAMER....................................................Valparaiso, ‘05....................................98 2 Casey KLAUS ..........................................................San Diego, ‘04....................................79 3 Brian HEIZMAN........................................................ Duquesne ‘02....................................70

OF SPECIAL NOTE

Most Interceptions Returned for a Touchdown (Career) Mark KASMER (2000-02)..................................................................... 5 (1 off NCAA Record) Most Interceptions Returned for a Touchdown in a Game Mark KASMER................................................. 2 (vs. St. Francis - 9/7/02) - Ties NCAA Record Most Consecutive Successful Long Snaps (PAT, FG & Punt) Mike LINOS (1977-80).................................................................................................... 459

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TEAM RECORDS A l l te am stati sti c al r e c ords are re gular se aso n o n ly

Most Wins ���������������������������������������������������������������������� 14, 1980 (Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������� 9, 1932 Fewest Wins ����������������������������������������������������������� 0, 1905, 1907 (Non-Scholarship) ���������������������������������������������������������� 6, 1982 Most Losses ��������������������������������������������������������������������� 9, 1960 (Non-Scholarship) ���������������������������������������������������������� 4, 1982 Fewest Losses........................... 0, 1908, 1980, 1989, 1991, 1996 Most Ties ..................................................... 2, 1930, 1931, 1969 (Non-Scholarship) �������������������������������������� 1, 1978, 1979, 1989 Longest Winning Streak ����������������������������������������22, 1989-1990 (Scholarship) ��������������������������������������������������������8, 1936-1937 Longest Losing Streak �������������������������������������������11, 1960-1961 (Non-Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������4, 1981-1982

SCORING

Most Points Season �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 466, 2007 (Scholarship) ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 261, 1924 Game............................................................ 161 vs. Indiana Central, 1923 (Non-Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������71 vs. Jersey City, 1982 Quarter .......................................................... 52 vs. Indiana Central, 1923 (Non-Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������37 vs. Jersey City, 1982 Highest Point Average Per Game (Non-Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������������� 42.6, 1990 (Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������������������������������� 28.8, 1923 Most Touchdowns Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 64, 2001 (Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 37, 1949 Game.............................................................. 25 vs. Indiana Central, 1923 (Non-Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������10 vs. Jersey City, 1982 Most Field Goals Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17, 2002 Game...........................................................................4 vs. Marshall, 1972 .............................................................................4 vs. Wayne State, 1987 .........................................................................................4 vs. UAB, 1993 .............................................................................. 4 vs. Austin Peay, 2004 Most Field Goal Attempts Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 25, 1977 (Non-Scholarship) ���������������������������������������������������������������������� 20, 1981 Game ..........................................................................7 vs. Marshall, 1972 (Non-Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������5 vs. Youngstown, 1977 ............................................................................ 5 vs. Central State, 1977 Most Extra Points Made Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 58, 2001 (Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 29, 1951 Game.............................................................. 11 vs. Indiana Central, 1923 (Non-Scholarship) ���������������������������������������������������9 vs. Jersey City, 1982 Most Extra Points Attempted Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 63, 2001 (Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 37, 1949 Game.............................................................. 25 vs. Indiana Central, 1923 (Non-Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������10 vs. Jersey City, 1982

OFFENSE

Net Offense Season.................................................................................... 4,961, 2007 (Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������������������ 3,731, 1951 Game .......................................................... 681 vs. St. Bonaventure, 1951 (Non-Scholarship) ��������������������������������������������������� 631 vs. Urbana, 1991 Most Plays Game ..................................................................... 96 vs. Marysville, 1982 (Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������� 87 vs. Miami, 1950 ..............................................................................87 vs. Cincinnati, 1956 Best Average Yards Per Game (Non-Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������� 481.0, 2007 (Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������������������ 414.6, 1951

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Most First Downs Season �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 270, 2007 (Scholarship) ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 193, 1951 Game........................................................................* 37 vs. Ferrum, 1990 (Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������������������30 vs. Adrian, 1932

(*Then-NCAA Division III Record) Most Penalties Season ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������83, 1987 (Scholarship) �����������������������������������������������������������������������������70, 1975 Game ........................................................................... 15 vs. Xavier, 1970 ................................................................................... 15 vs. Toledo, 1975 ...................................................................... 15 vs. St. Joseph’s, IN, 1987 Most Penalty Yardage Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������808, 1986 (Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������������������726, 1966 Game ................................................................ 173 vs. Xavier, 1970 (Non-Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������160 vs. Anderson, 1990

PUNTING

Most Punts Season �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������80, 1970 (Non-Scholarship) �����������������������������������������������������������������������70, 1981 70, 2008 Game............................................................................ 14 vs. Miami, 1970 (Non-Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������11 vs. Buffalo, 1981 11 vs. Morehead State, 2008 Most Punting Yardage Season �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������3147, 1970 (Non-Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������������������������2456, 1981 Game......................................................................... 652 vs. Miami, 1970 (Non-Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������� 412 vs. Ithaca, 1987 Most Yards Per Punt Season ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������39.3, 1970 (Non-Scholarship) ��������������������������������������������������������������������39.2, 1983 Game (4 Punts)..................................................51.5 vs. Youngstown, 1971 (Non-Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������� 45.0 vs. UAB, 1993 Most Punts Caught Game...............................................................................8 vs. Taylor, 1984 (Scholarship).........................................................7 vs. Youngstown, 1950 ................................................................................. 7 vs. Cincinnati, 1957 Most Punt Return Yardage Game.......................................................................100 vs. Samford, 1986 (Scholarship)...................................................... 94 vs. Youngstown, 1950

PASSING

Net Passing Yardage Season.....................................................................................3,270, 2007 (Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������������������1,992, 1974 Game ....................................................................414 vs. San Diego, 1996 (Scholarship) ............................................................. 318 vs. Toledo, 1974

Game..........................................................................557 vs. Taylor, 1984 (Scholarship)..............................................543 vs. St. Bonaventure, 1951 Most Rushing Plays Season ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������756, 1978 (Scholarship) ���������������������������������������������������������������������������586, 1976 Game .................................................................... 87 vs. Marysville, 1982 (Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������ 78 vs. Xavier, 1969 Most First Downs Rushing Season ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������175, 1990 (Scholarship) ���������������������������������������������������������������������������115, 1951 Game ...........................................................................32 vs. Taylor, 1984 (Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������ 21 vs. Xavier, 1970 Most Touchdowns Rushing Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������42, 2001 (Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������������������23, 1970 Game .............................................................18 vs. Indiana Central, 1923 (Non-Scholarship) ��������������������������������������������������9 vs. Jersey City, 1982 Most Fumbles Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������46, 1973 (Non-Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������������36, 1981 Game ...................................................................8 vs. Chattanooga, 1955 ............................................................................. 8 vs. Holy Cross, 1955 .................................................................. 8 vs. Western Kentucky, 1975 (Non-Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������6 vs. Widener, 1981 ......................................................................6 vs. Frostburg State, 1986 Most Fumbles Lost Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������24, 1954 (Non-Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������������18, 1984 Game .......................................................... 6 vs. North Texas State, 1952 ..........................................................................6 vs. Chattanooga, 1954 .................................................................. 6 vs. Western Kentucky, 1975 (Non-Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������5 vs. DePauw, 1984 ......................................................................5 vs. Frostburg State, 1986 Fewest Fumbles Lost Season ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������2, 1968 (Non-Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������������������5, 1993

DEFENSE

Fewest Points Allowed Season ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7, 1908 (Non-Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������������70, 1980 Most Consecutive Shutouts Season ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������5, 1917 (Non-Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������������������3, 1984

Most Passes Completed Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������247, 2007 (Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������������������������������149, 1974 Game ..........................................................................35 vs.Albany, 2007 (Non-Scholarship) �����������������������������������������������������23 vs. Wofford, 1995

Fewest Net Yardage Allowed Season.....................................................................................1817, 1986 (Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������������������������������1954, 1951 Game................................................................... 17 vs. Jersey City, 1982 (Scholarship)........................................................ 60 vs St. Joseph, 1964

Most Passes Attempted Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������490, 1973 (Non-Scholarship) ���������������������������������������������������������������������387, 2007 Game.......................................................................54 vs. Duquesne, 2008 (Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������������������� 47 vs. Toledo, 1974

Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Season ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������135, 1986 (Scholarship) ���������������������������������������������������������������������������946, 1951 Game........................................................ -63 vs. Wis.-Stevens Point, 1986 (Scholarship).......................................................... 8 vs. Louisville, 1954

Highest Completion Percentage Season.......................................................................651 (247-387), 2007 (Scholarship)..............................................................481 (89-185), 1971 Game............................................................ .846 (11-13) vs. Miami, 1964 (Non-Sch.).................................................917 (7-8) vs. St. Joseph’s, 2003

Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Season ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������618, 1948 (Non-Scholarship) ��������������������������������������������������������������������991, 1979 Game...................................................... 0 vs. Chattanooga, 1954 (3 att.) ................................................................ 0 vs. Cincinnati, 1970 (14 att.) (Non-Scholarship) ����������������������������������������������������6 vs. Villanova, 1977

Most First Downs Passing Season ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������137, 2007 (Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������������������������90, 1974 Game.............................................................................20 vs. Butler, 2009 (Scholarship)................................................................. 18 vs. Toledo, 1974 Most Touchdowns Passing Season �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������34, 2007 (Scholarship) ������������������������������������������������������������������������������25, 1951 Game ................................................................7 vs. Indiana Central, 1923 (Non-Scholarship) ��������������������������������������������������������5 vs. Urbana, 2007 ........................................................................ 5 vs.Morehead State, 2007 Most Passes Had Intercepted Season �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������21, 1948 (Non-Scholarship) �����������������������������������������������������������������������16, 2008 Game............................................................. 6 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1975 (Non-Scholarship).............................................. 4 vs. Liberty Baptist, 1979 ...................................................................... 4 vs. Baldwin-Wallace, 1982 .................................................................................... 4 vs. Ferrum, 1986 4 vs. Jacksonville, 2008

RUSHING

Net Rushing Yardage Season �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������3037, 1990 (Scholarship) ��������������������������������������������������������������������������2647, 1949

Most Opponent Fumbles Recovered Season...............................................................................26, 1975, 1980 Game............................................................. 6 vs. Lejeune Marines, 1952 .................................................................................... 6 vs. Miami, 1954 (Non-Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������� 6 vs. Valparaiso, 1993 Most Passes Intercepted Season ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������31, 2001 (Scholarship) �������������������������������������������������������������������21, 1972, 1974 Game........................................................................5 vs. Richmond, 1959 .............................................................................. 5 vs. Kent State, 1965 ....................................................................... 5 vs. Salisbury State, 1982 .............................................................................. 5 vs. Marysville, 1982 .......................................................................... 5 vs. Wis.-Superior, 1982 .................................................................................. 5 vs. Wabash, 1984 .................................................................................. 5 vs. Wabash, 1985 ............................................................................... 5 vs. Morehead, 1996 ...............................................................................5, vs. Morehead, 2002 Most Opponent Turnovers Gained Game.........................................10 vs. Valparaiso, 1993 (4 int., 6 fumbles) (Scholarship).......................................7 vs. Youngstown State, 1976 (2-5) ........................................................................7 vs. Louisville, 1973 (3-4) ...................................................................... 7 vs. Kent State, 1955 (2-4) ................................................................ 7 vs. Camp LeJeune, 1952 (1-6)


POST SEASON HISTORY THE FLYERS IN THE POSTSEASON 1951 Salad Bowl in Phoenix, Arizona ................................................................. Houston 26, Dayton 21

1988 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round in Dayton:.........................................................Wittenberg 35, Dayton 28 (2 OT)

1978 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round Pittsburgh, PA:..........Carnegie-Mellon 24, Dayton 21 (ot)

1989 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round in Dayton: .......................................................... Dayton 35, John Carroll 10 Second Round in Dayton: ............................................................. Dayton 28, Millikin 16 Third Round in Dayton: ............................................................... Dayton 28, St. John’s 0 Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Phenix City, AL: ...................................... Dayton 17, Union 7 (Randy Robison was selected Phenix Jaycees Player of the Game)

1981 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round in Dayton:..................................................................Dayton 19, Augustana 7 Second Round in Dayton:............................................................... Dayton 38, Lawrence 0 Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Phenix City, AL:....................................Widener 17, Dayton 10

1990 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round in Dayton: ............................................................ Dayton 24, Augustana 14 Second Round in Meadville, PA: ................................................ Allegheny 31, Dayton 23

1984 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round in Dayton:................................................................Augustana 14, Dayton 13

1991 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round in Dayton: ....................................................Dayton 27, Baldwin-Wallace 10 Second Round in Meadville, PA: ............................................Dayton 28, Allegheny 23 (OT) Third Round in Dayton: ............................................................... Dayton 19, St. John’s 7 Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Bradenton, FL: .....................................Ithaca 34, Dayton 20

1986 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round in Dayton:.................................................................Mt. Union 42, Dayton 36

1992 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round in Dayton: ..............................................................Mt. Union 27, Dayton 10

1987 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round in Dayton:..................................................................... Dayton 52, Capital 28 Second Round in Dayton:............................................................Dayton 38, Augustana 36 Third Round in Dayton:...............................................................Dayton 34, Central (IA) 0 Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Phenix City, AL:.......................................Wagner 19, Dayton 3

2007 Gridiron Classic Played at Welcome Stadium in Dayton:...........................................Dayton 42, Albany 21

Head coach Mike Kelly and the Flyers celebrate their 1989 Division III National Championship. UD won its second D-III national title by beating Union, 17-7, at the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Phenix City, AL.

2010 FLYER FOOTBALL

1980 NCAA Division III Championship Playoffs First Round in Dayton:......................Dayton 34, Baldwin-Wallace 0 Second Round in Chester, PA:......................Dayton 28, Widener 24 Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl in Phenix City, AL:..... Dayton 63, Ithaca 0 (Gradlin Pruitt was selected the ABC/Chevrolet Player of the Game)

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2010 FLYER FOOTBALL

TEAM AWARDS MATT DAHLINGHAUS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND

THE CHIEF TOSCANI HITTER AWARD

Presented annually by the Varsity D Club in honor A scholarship in memory of former UD defensive standout of the late Ed Toscani, whose love for competition Matt Dahlinghaus, who died of complications from a neck made him outstanding as an athlete, student and injury suffered in a game in 1972, was awarded a UD individual. graduate student.

1974 ...........................................Roy Dundala 1975............................................ Roy Gordon 1976............................................ Mike Bailey 1977...................................... Rick Chamberlin 1978 ......................................Rick Chamberlin 1979 ..........................................Joe Overbeck 1980 ............................................. Tim Schoen 1981........................................... Rick Callinan 1982 .......................................... Paul Vollman 1983.......................................... Dennis Koper 1984........................................ Dan Jurkowitz 1985........................................ Dan Jurkowitz 1986......................................... Doug Zimmer 1987 ................................................. Tom Ray 1988....................... Brad Crow / Shawn Busch 1989 ........................................Randy Robison 1990 ............................................. Doug Ryan 1991 .........................................Brett Cuthbert 1992 ..............................................Dan Thobe 1993 ..............................................Dan Thobe 1994 .............................................Matt Deters 1995 .............................................Matt Deters 1996 ............................................Jim Homoki 1997 .......................................Ryan Rapaszky 1998 ............................................ Mark Thobe 1999 ........................................Mike Crimmins 2000 ........................................Brad Van Vleet 2001.................................... Marty McNamara 2002......................................... Marcus Colvin 2003............................................. Doug Jones 2004..............................................Doug Jones 2005............................................. John Hoppe THE SHERIFF “BENO” 2006...............................................Brian Kelly KEITER AWARD This award is presented by the Keiter Recognition Committee2007....................................... Steve McDonald to a senior who has been on the squad for four years. It 2008....................................... Steve McDonald is presented in honor of UD Hall of Famer and longtime 2009................................... James Vercammen

1973 .......................................Jake Burkhardt 1974 ............................................... Terry Hall 1975 .............................................Bob Shortal 1976 .....................................Camm Richmond 1977 ......................................Sylvester Moore 1978 ............................................ Pete Corrao 1979 ......................................Rick Chamberlin 1980 ......................................Rick Chamberlin 1981 ..........................................Mark Schmitz 1982 ..........................................Mark Schmitz 1983 ..........................................Mark Schmitz 1984 .......................................Craig Ruhkamp 1985 .......................................Craig Ruhkamp 1986 .......................................Craig Ruhkamp 1987 .............................................Todd Morris 1988 .............................................Todd Morris 1989 ...........................................Gordy Massa 1990 .............................................. Karl Puera 1991 .............................................. Karl Puera 1992 .............................................. Karl Puera 1993 .........................................Robert Christy 1994 .........................................Robert Christy 1995 .................................... David Overholser 1996 .................................... David Overholser 1997 ..........................................Beau Schuetz 1998 .......................................Keenan Leighty 1999 ....................................... Keenan Leichty 2000 ............................................ Sean Gorius 2001 ............................................ Sean Gorius 2002 ............................................. Brian Tracy

Montgomery County Sheriff Bernard L. Keiter.

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1979 ..........................................Garry Cooper 1980 ..............................................Jim Jensen 1981 ........................................Fred Domicone 1982 ............................................... Jon Vorpe 1983 ..................................... Tommy Halstead 1984 ............................................David Kemp 1985 .......................................Mike Harmeyer 1986 ..................................... Charlie Moushey 1987 ......................................... Ted Edgington 1988.......................................... Kyle Godfrey 1989 ...........................................Rob Monnett 1990...................... Bob Keller / Jack Cameron 1991 ...............................................Scott Saad 1992 .............................................Keith Miller 1993 .............................................. Bob Coode 1994 ....................................Lance Goodfellow 1995 ..........................................Jason Brower 1996 .................................. Curt Lemmerbrock 1997 ............................................ Sean Gorius 1998 .......................................... Chad Lindsey 1999 .........................................Andy McKelvy 2000.............................................. B.J. Mahle 2001..................................... Randy Crenshaw 2002.......................................... Andy Bentley 2003............................................ Nate Moore 2004.............................................Chris Cowan 2005........................................Ryan Wrobleski 2006................................................Pat Weale 2007.............................................. Jack O’Dell 2008.................................. Kalen Hemmelgarn. 2009.................................. Kalen Hemmelgarn

ROTC CANNONBALL AWARD

The ROTC Cannonball Award signifies the outstanding newcomer. The trophy itself is an actual Civil War cannonball mounted on a wooden base. 1984 ............................................Dave Oberst 1985 .......................................... Gregg Hogue 1986 ....................................... Shawn Sullivan 1987 .......................................Sean Kenneally 1988 ....................................... Steve Willuweit 1989 ...................................... Andy Pellegrino 1990 ............................................... Tim Duvic 1991 .............................................Doug Kraus 1992 ......................................... Martin Loncar 1993 .................................. Curt Lemmerbrock 1994 ..........................................Britton Crates 1995 ..............................................Dan Fricke 1996 .........................................Andy McKelvy 1997 .......................................Paul Conradson 1998 ............................................ Adam Viney 1999....................................... Justin Willhoite 2000.............................................. Trent Karn 2001............................................. Doug Jones 2002........................................... Not Awarded 2003............................................ Casey Klaus 2004...................................... Brandon Cramer 2005.................................... Carlton McFadgen 2006........................................... Scott Horcher 2007..........................................Joe Castaneda. 2008...............................................Tyler Hujik. 2009......................................... Jordan Boykin

WHITE-ALLEN MOST VALUABLE PLAYER TROPHY

LT. ANDY ZULLI MEMORIAL TROPHY

The White-Allen Trophy is given each year to the Most Valuable Player as selected by a vote of the varsity football coaching staff.

The Lt. Andy Zulli Trophy is awarded each year to the senior football player who best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship and character.

1948 ...............................................Ed Toscani 1949 ........................................... Ray Janasek 1950 ............................................. Joe Zaleski 1951 ...............................................Jim Currin 1952 ......................................... Bobby Recker 1953 .............................................. Roy Fisher 1954 .......................... Jim Shafor / Vince Werl 1955 ..............................................Billy Smith 1956 ........................................ Vic Kristopaitis 1957 .............................................Fred Dugan 1958 .............................................. Emil Karas 1959 ...........................................Vince Palyan 1960 .......................................... Bob DeMarco 1961 ...........................................George Kelly 1962 ..........................................Jim Overman 1963 ..........................................Jim Overman 1964 ......................................... Mickey Bitsko 1965............................................. Bob Shortal 1966.............................................. Mel Taylor 1967.............................................. Billy Mayo 1968 ........................................... Bernie Kress 1969 .............................................Jim Stangle 1970 ............................................ Gary Kosins 1971 ............................................ Sonny Allen 1972 .......................................... Larry Nickels 1973................................................... Ed Zink 1974........................................... Tom Vosberg 1975............................................. Kelvin Kirk 1976.................................... Sylvester Monroe 1977.............................................. B.J. Dailey 1978............................................... Bill Sahnd 1979........................................... Gary Cooper 1980.......................................... Gradlin Pruitt 1981 ...........................................Chris Chaney 1982 ...........................................Greg Bazany 1983 ..................................... Tommy Halstead 1984.............................................. Mark Herr 1985......................................... Doug Zimmer 1986 ...........................................Jackie Green 1987 .............................................Dave Jones 1988 .............................................Tim Eubank 1989 ..............................................Lou Loncar 1990............................................ Dan Sharley 1991............................................ Steve Keller 1992............................................ Steve Keller 1993.............................................. Judd Mintz 1994......................................... Barry Esposito 1995 .............................................Brian Kadel 1996 ............................................ Kevin Johns 1997 ............................................ Kevin Johns 1998............................................ Mark Thobe 1999 ....................................... Pat McLaughlin 2000 ..........................................David George 2001 ......................................Jermaine Bailey 2002 ............................................Kelly Spiker 2003 ........................................Geno Mattioda 2004..............................................Doug Jones 2005............................................Kevin Hoyng 2006............................................. John Hoppe 2007...........................................Kevin Hoyng 2008.............................................Scott Vossler 2009........................................Steve Valentino

1956.............................................. Jerry Bush 1957........................................... Gary Krause 1958 .............................................. Bill Korutz 1959 ..........................................Cliff Harestad 1960 ......................................George Marklay 1961 .................................. John Robert White 1962................. Jake O’Connor / Dick Pagliari 1963 ............................................Tom LaBeau 1964 ............................. Tom Mlinac / Bill Ross 1965 .......................................... Gary Hussion 1966 .............................................Bob Kocher 1967 ............................................Bobby Lowe 1968 ............................................... Jim Siewe 1969 .................................. Dennis Sidebottom 1970 ...............................................Bob Palcic 1971............................................ Sonny Allen 1972........................................... Phil Drayton 1973......................................... Jerry Franklin 1974............................................. Greg Meter 1975 ............................................ Roy Gordon 1976...................................... Paul Kasprzycki 1977.............................................. Ed Dimitry 1978 ........................................... Steve Scheid 1979 .............................................. Scott Terry 1980 ............................Jim O’Hara / Tim Tepe 1981 .........................................Gareth Dickey 1982 ............................................Rick Haynes 1983 .........................................Dave Harrison 1984 ........................ Jim Jeter / Phil Nussman 1985 .............................................Jon Gruden 1986 ...........................................John Maurer 1987 ................................................Rich Kiko 1988............................................. Gary Kisow 1989 ..........................................Gordy Anaple 1990 ..............................................Jim Mocho 1991............................................. Hans Schell 1992............................................ Ed Drobnick 1993............................................ Brad Mager 1994 .................................... David Overholser 1995 ..........................................Ryan Huyghe 1996........................................... Matt Stangle 1997.............................................. Joel Cutler 1998............................................... J.P. Ragon 1999.......................................... Ryan Stangle 2000........................................ Brad Van Vleet 2001 ..........................................Allen Sanders 2002 .........................................Sean Borchers 2003 ............................................. Nick Sellett 2004......................................... Robby Schwab 2005...........................................Robert Dence 2006............................................. Casey Klaus 2007.......................................David Walbright 2008..............................................Rob Florian 2009..........................................Tyler Friedrich


TEAM AWARDS The John L. Macbeth Award goes annually to the junior or senior football player who has maintained the highest accumulative scholastic record over at least four semesters. 1958...................................... Tony Sperandeo 1959........................................... Joe Belanich 1960........................................... Joe Belanich 1961............. Bob Heckman / Jack Unverferth 1962 ......................................... Bob Heckman 1963........................................ Bob Katcavage 1964 ......................................... Tom Bushman 1965 ......................Gary Hussion / Tom Gorius 1966............................................. Tom Gorius 1967............................................ Bob Thomas 1968............................................. Jim Stangle 1969 ..............................................Dan Quinn 1970 ..............................................Dan Quinn 1971 ...............................................Tim Quinn 1972 ...............................................Tim Quinn 1973 ............................................. Don Dailey 1974 ............................................. Greg Meter 1975 ............................................ Roy Gordon 1976 ...................................Mark Zimmerman 1977 ...................................Mark Zimmerman 1978 .............................................. Scott Terry 1979 .............................................. Scott Terry 1980 .............................................Dan Polcari 1981 ................................................ Mike Fitz 1982 ................................................ Mike Fitz 1983 ..........................................Jeff Slayback 1984.......................................... Jeff Slayback 1985............................................ Greg French 1986........................................... Gerry Meyer 1987 ................................................Rich Kiko 1988............................................. Chris Schell 1989 ............................................Dan Sharley 1990 .........................................Brett Cuthbert 1991...................................... Dan Rosenbaum 1992 ..........................................Steve Lochow 1993 ..........................................Steve Lochow 1994.............................................. Travis Butz 1995 ..........................................Josh Lemmon 1996 ..........................................Josh Lemmon 1997 .............................................Matt Moore 1998.......................................... Bob Sobehart 1999........................................... Kevin Wilson 2000............................................. Kyle Buhler 2001 ..........................................Mark Kasmer 2002 ..........................................Mark Kasmer 2003 ......................................Kyle Magoteaux 2004........................................... John Schmall 2005...................................... Brandon Godsey 2006...................................... Brandon Cramer 2007...................................... Brandon Cramer 2008.................................................. Will Falk 2009...................................................Joe Ries

THE MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

The Most Improved Player Award goes annually to the player who shows the most improvement from the previous season. 1984 ......................................... Doug Zimmer 1985............................................. James Keys 1986............................................... Paul Riese 1987 ................................................Tim Alber 1988 ..............................................Lou Loncar 1989 ..............................................Jim Mocho 1990 ...........................................John Bianchi 1991 .........................................Robert Christy 1992............................................. Jeff Mathot 1993....................................... Nick Hinkebein 1994............................................. David Holtz 1995............................................ Jim Homoki 1996............................................ Sean Gorius 1997........................................ Jason Hackney 1998 ........................................Mike Crimmins 1999................................ Randy Hemmelgarn 2000...................................... Jermaine Bailey 2001............................................. Ryan Jones 2002............................................. Jesse Obert 2003........................................... Ryan Winner 2004...........................................Ross Mroczek 2005....................................... Steve McDonald 2006........................................Chris Vermillion 2007........................................... Sean Heenan 2008....................................Brandon Wingeier 2009.............................................. Brian Mack

THE EMIL KARAS MEMORIAL AWARD

This award is sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Colp and is presented annually to the player who displays the most inspirational leadership, as chosen by his teammates. 1976 ..........................................John Wolking 1977...................................... Merphie Frazier 1978............................................. Ed Plaspohl 1979........................................... Marvin Batts 1980............................................. Jim O’Hara 1981 ................... Jim Pearson / Mark Hufford 1982........................................... Doug Conley 1983 .............................................. Mark Herr 1984 .............................................. Mark Herr 1985 ....................................David Dickerhoof 1986 ......................................... Dave Moeglin 1987................................................ Rich Kiko 1988 ........................................ Scott Hullinger 1989 ........................................ Pat DiGiacomo 1990 .......................................Sean Kenneally 1991 ....................................... Steve Willuweit 1992 .........................................Robert Christy 1993 ........................................... Brendan Hill 1994 ............................................John Mullen 1995 ......................................... Martin Loncar 1996............................................ Dan Paulick 1997.................................... Bumper McKinley 1998 .................................... Mike Glassmeyer 1999 ........................................ Chuck Kohstall 2000 ........................................... Dan Schmidt 2001 .......................................... Jeff Swanson 2002 ......................................Tyler Bowersock 2003............................................. Eric Dearth 2004.............................................Chris Dearth 2005.............................................Jared Frank 2006............................................. John Hoppe 2007...............................................Brian Kelly 2008........................................... Sean Heenan 2009........................................... Sean Heenan

STAN KURDZIEL MEMORIAL TROPHY

The Stan Kurdziel Trophy is now given annually to the outstanding lineman on the varsity for play during the regular season. 1955........................................ John Bettinger 1956 .....................................Don Zimmerman 1957............................................. Ernie White 1958 ............................................. Mel Smolik 1959 .............. Don Laughlin / Steve Palenchar 1960.......................................... Bob DeMarco 1961........................................... George Kelly 1962............................................. Bob Donley 1963 ........................................ Mike Ciccolella 1964 ......................................... Jim Blubaugh 1965........................................ Mike Ciccolella 1966............................................. Bob Shortal 1967..................................... Dan Kramarczyk 1968 ......................................Tom Kavanaugh 1969 .................................................Joe Tyler 1970............................................. Jim Tierney 1971 ......................................... Gary Hambell 1972 ....................................Matt Dahlinghaus 1973 ..........................................Mike Kundert 1974 .............................................Ted Thomas 1975............................................. Ted Thomas 1976............................................... Bill Sahnd 1977 ..........................................Tom Stellman 1978............................................... Bill Sahnd 1979...................................... Howie Overman 1980.............................................. Ron Flohre 1981.......................................... Mike Howard 1982 .................................................Joe Beck 1983.......................................... Jeff Slayback 1984.......................................... Jeff Slayback 1985............................................... Troy Styer 1986 ...........................................Gerry Meyer 1987.......................................... Tony Petrucci 1988..................... Gordy Massa / Jeff Nudera 1989............................................. Brian Olson 1990.......................................... Steve Harder 1991 .............................................Brian Olson 1992 ...................................... Andy Pellegrino 1993 .............................................Jeff Mathot 1994 ............................................ Jude France 1995.......................................... Brady Wolfer 1996 ..........................................Josh Lemmon 1997 .............................................. Joel Cutler 1998 ...................................... Jay Fullenkamp 1999 .......................................Paul Conradson 2000 ............................................. Brian Tracy 2001 ............................................Eric Willman 2002 ....................................... Jarrod Wachter 2003.............................................. Nick Sellet 2004......................................... Robby Schwab 2005............................................Ryan Winner 2006........................................ Blake Bikowski 2007........................................ Blake Bikowski 2008....................................Patrick McCormick 2009..........................................Tyler Friedrich

SCOUT TEAM OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2000............................................Alan Buckley 2001..............................................Scott Foster 2002............................................Brian Reisert 2003............................................Kevin Hoyng 2004.......................................... Kris Brownlee 2005.....................................J. Michael Jonard 2006.................................. Eric Studt/Ted Watt 2007............................................. Justin Millio 2008............................................Taylor Harris 2009.................................................Ben Estey

SCOUT TEAM DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2000............................................Chris Fackler 2001...................................... Jared McQuiston 2002............................................. John Hoppe 2003...........................................Claude Nichol 2004................................................John Orbe 2005........................................... Sean Heenan 2006.......................................... Bobby Burger 2007.............................................James Ward 2008.........................................DeMario Jones 2009.............................................Joe Janasek

SCOUT TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2007....................................Jacob Brumbaugh

A.J. COHEN FLYER OF THE YEAR

The Flyer of the Year Award goes to the member of the team whose contributions , both on the field and behind the scenes, make him UD’s “unsung hero” for that season. The award was renamed in 2001 to honor the memory of former Flyer A.J. Cohen, who was killed in a house fire following the 2000 season. 1978.......................................Rick Chamberlin 1979.............................................Garry Smith 1980.............................................Garry Smith 1981............................................Rick Callinan 1982..................................................Joe Beck 1983............................................. Brian Smith 1984................................................ Jim Pitzer 1985............................................... Rob Diorio 1986.............................................. Tim Norbut 1987..............................................Tim Eubank 1988........................................ Mike Nicholson 1989.............................................. Mike Duvic 1990...........................................Rob Rastetter 1991............................................... Bill Franks 1992..............................................Sean Taylor 1993............................................. Pat Hofacre 1994................................................ Tim Duvic 1995............................................. Benjy Miller 1996................................................Pat Hugar 1997................................................Pat Hugar 1998............................................. Jacob Jones 1999...............................................Jimmy Lee 2000............................................... Sean Eddy 2001...........................................Jayson Arling 2002............................................... Trent Karn 2003...........................................Michael Short 2004......................................... Bill Groetsema 2005................................................. Tony Ball 2006............................................Kevin McCoy 2007...............................................Rob Forian 2008...............................................Rob Forian 2009............................................. Kevin Burns

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JOHN L. MACBETH MEMORIAL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD

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COACHING RECORDS

STAN ZAJDEL ERA 3 years: 5-25-0 (.167) Year 1960 1961 1962

EARLY YEARS

Year W L T UD Opp. Coach 1905 0 3 0 10 53 William Schoen 1906 5 1 0 180 11 Dr. J.G. Freshour 1907 0 4 0 5 98 Dr. J.G. Freshour 1908 7 0 1 80 7 Bro. M. Hill, S.M. 1909 4 3 0 70 92 Bro. George Binlein, S.M. 1910 5 1 0 175 15 Orville Smith 1911 3 3 1 104 71 Roland Bevan 1912 4 2 0 122 59 Roland Bevan 1913 4 1 1 84 37 L. Foose Clark 1914 2 2 0 46 34 Alfred McCray 1915 3 2 0 49 22 Alfred McCray 1916 4 3 0 169 190 Alfred McCray 1917 7 2 0 191 19 L. Foose Clark 1918 1 1 0 6 20 L. Foose Clark 1919 2 2 0 31 41 Harry Solimano 1920 2 4 0 19 63 Nelson Talbott 1921 1 7 1 41 236 # Charles Way 1922 6 3 0 239 123 Van F. Hill (# - Charles Way resigned on Nov. 23, 1921. Nelson Talboty took over

MODERN ERA HARRY BAUJAN ERA 24 years: 124-64-9 (.653)

Year W L T 1923 4 5 0 1924 7 3 0 1925 7 2 0 1926 8 2 0 1927 6 3 0 1928 6 3 0 1929 4 5 0 1930 4 3 2 1931 5 3 2 1932 9 2 0 1933 7 2 1 1934 4 3 1 1935 4 4 1 1936 4 5 0 1937 7 2 0 1938 7 2 0 1939 4 4 1 1940 6 3 0 1941 7 3 0 1942 8 2 0 1943-45 No Football during War 1946 6 3 0

UD Opp. 259 102 261 47 196 24 171 66 138 55 227 40 94 82 69 34 237 62 189 42 109 58 140 65 88 87 108 96 148 53 184 55 110 79 133 59 224 80 190 94

Coach Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan Harry Baujan

144 127

Harry Baujan

JOE GAVIN ERA

7 years: 39-26-2 (.597) Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952

W L T 6 3 0 7 2 1 6 3 0 4 6 0 7 2 0 6 5 0

UD Opp. 163 103 192 66 253 159 122 189 261 102 191 170

Coach Joseph Gavin Joseph Gavin Joseph Gavin Joseph Gavin Joseph Gavin Joseph Gavin

1953

3 5 1

80 129

Joseph Gavin

UD Opp. 147 165 106 178

Coach Hugh Devore Hugh Devore

UD Opp. 106 162 201 175 60 203 77 149

Coach Bud Kerr Bud Kerr Bud Kerr Bud Kerr

HUGH DEVORE ERA 2 years: 8-11-1 (.425) Year 1954 1955

W L T 5 5 0 3 6 1

BUD KERR ERA

4 years: 15-24-1 (.388)

66

Year 1956 1957 1958 1959

W L T 4 6 0 6 3 1 2 8 0 3 7 0

W L T 1 9 0 2 8 0 2 8 0

UD Opp. 75 202 74 245 100 210

Coach Stan Zajdel Stan Zajdel Stan Zajdel

UD Opp. 110 199 129 185

Coach Pete Ankney Pete Ankney

PETE ANKNEY ERA 2 years: 4-14-2 (.250) Year 1963 1964

W L T 1 7 2 3 7 0

JOHN MCVAY ERA

8 years: 37-41-4 (.476) Year W L T 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

1 8 1 8 2 0 6 3 1 5 5 0 3 7 0 5 4 1 5 6 0 4 6 1

UD Opp.

26 144 171 222 172 191 165 172

161 108 112 165 213 151 235 181

Coach

John McVay John McVay John McVay John McVay John McVay John McVay John McVay John McVay

RON MARCINIAK ERA

4 years: 17-26-1 (.398) Year W L T 1973 1974 1975 1976

5 5 1 3 8 0 5 6 0 4 7 0

UD Opp.

158 191 202 185

206 310 222 228

Coach

Ron Marciniak Ron Marciniak Ron Marciniak Ron Marciniak

RICK CARTER ERA

4 years: 39-7-2 (.833) Year W L T 1977 1978 1979 1980

8 3 0 9 2 1 8 2 1 14 0 0

UD Opp.

287 317 292 509

197 123 112 70

Coach

Rick Carter Rick Carter Rick Carter Rick Carter

MIKE KELLY ERA

27 years: 246-54-1 (.819) Year W L T 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

12 2 0 6 4 0 7 3 0 10 1 0 7 3 0 10 1 0 11 3 0 9 2 0 13 0 1 11 1 0 13 1 0 10 1 0 9 1 0 8 2 0 9 2 0 11 0 0 9 1 0 6 4 0 6 4 0 8 3 0 10 1 0 11 1 0 9 2 0 7 3 0 9 1 0 4 6 0 11 1 0

UD Opp.

369 323 233 369 344 444 407 379 492 473 420 418 298 328 422 411 366 279 325 376 453 423 400 325 403 250 466

109 102 113 92 135 138 210 131 128 172 146 94 114 170 180 186 193 262 210 192 167 118 183 140 141 259 187

Coach

Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly

RICK CHAMBERLIN ERA

2 year: 18-5 (.783) Year W L T 2008 2009

9 3 0 9 2 0

ALL-TIME RECORD: 612-341-27

UD Opp.

339 184 247 134

Coach

Rick Chamberlin Rick Chamberlin


COACHES & CAPTAINS

OVERALL COACHING RECORDS Yrs. Years 1 1908 4 1977-1980 1 1910 27 1981-2007 1 2008 3 1913, 1917-1918 1 1922 24 1923-1946 7 1947-1953 2 1911-1912 1 1909 3 1914-1916 2 1906-1907 1 1919 8 1965-1972 2 1954-1955 4 1973-1976 4 1956-1959 2 1920-1921 2 1963-1964 1 1921 3 1960-1962 1 1905

ALL-TIME CAPTAINS

1905..................................................................William Schoen 1906..................................................................William Schoen 1907...............................................................Matthias Wagner 1908.............................................................Clarence Frederick 1909.......................................................................Leo Carolan 1910............................................. Herb Ruhlman, Ignatius Hart 1911....................................................................Edward Welch 1912.......................................................................Henry Klein 1913..................................................................John Devereux 1914........................................................................Alph Mahrt 1915.................................................................. William Sherry 1916................................................................ Joseph Windbiel 1917....................................................................Ludwig Virant 1918...................................................................Russ Summers 1919........................................................................ No captain 1920................................................................ Joseph Holscher 1921..................................................................... Al Knechtges 1922....................................................................... John Mahrt 1923....................................................................... Cyril Scharf 1924......................................................................... Leo Virant 1925.......................................................................Louis Mahrt 1926..................................................................Frank Belanich 1927....................................................................Jock McGarry 1928.................................................................. R. Ducky Swan 1929................................................................J. Gilbert Gowan 1930................................................................Joseph Cabrinha 1931........................................................................ Leo Zierolf 1932........................................................ Harold (Scotty) Fearn 1933.................................................................... Robert Payne 1934....................................................................... Elmer Zang 1935..............................................................Vince McDonough 1936.....................................................................John Smythe 1937..................................................................Jos. Zotkiewicz 1938..............................................Ralph Niehaus, Paul Wagner 1939.......................................................................Larry Knorr 1940.................................................................... Duncan Obee 1941.......................................................................Beno Keiter 1942...............................................................Jerry Westendorf 1943-45.................................................No Football during War 1946................................................ Leland Schmidt, Bo Powers 1947.........................................................................Dick Dahn 1948........................................................................ Jim Hanby 1949................................................................William Gutbrod 1950.................................................Fran Quinn, John Callahan 1951...................................................................Lou Cannaroni 1952......................................................Ed Clemens, Chuck Noll

W....................L T Pct. 7....................0 1 .938 39....................7 2 .833 5....................1 0 .833 246............. 54 1 .819 18............... 5 0 .783 12....................4 1 .735 6....................3 0 .667 124..................64 8 .653 39..................26 2 .597 7....................5 1 .577 4....................3 0 .571 9....................7 0 .563 5....................5 0 .500 2....................2 0 .500 36..................41 4 .469 8..................11 1 .425 17..................26 1 .398 15..................24 1 .388 2....................4 0 .333 4..................14 2 .250 1....................7 1 .167 5..................25 0 .167 0....................3 0 .000

1953.....................................................Dick Durbin, Roy Fischer 1954......................................................................... Jim Shafor 1955.........................................Jim Katcavage, Jack Muldowney 1956......................................................................... Billy Smith 1957.............................................Fred Dugan, Don Zimmerman 1958........................................................Emil Karas, Bill Korutz 1959................................................................ Game Captains * 1960..................................................................... Bob DeMarco 1961..................................................................... Dan Laughlin 1962.................................................................... Bob Heckman 1963................................................. Jim Overman, Tom LaBeau 1964..................................................Tom Minac, Mike Ciccolella 1965................................................... Joe Rudolph, Frank Chew 1966................................................. Bob Shortal, Jim Blubaugh 1967................................... Dan Kramarczyk, Gale Wiesenhahn, Jim Schmalz 1968....................................................... Jim Place, Mike Wilson 1969...................................................................Game Captains 1970......................................Al Brown, Leo Dillon, Mark Ellison, Bob Palcic 1971..................................Sonny Allen, Gary Kosins, Dan Ouinn 1972..................................................................Jake Burkhardt 1973................................................ Steve Siewe, Kevin Baldwin 1974.................................................. Walt Wingard, Greg Meter 1975.......................... Roy Gordon, Marvin Johnson, Ted Thomas

Pro Football Hall of Famer and Super Bowl Champion Chuck Noll was a 1952 UD team captain

By Victories Coach W L T Pct. MIKE KELLY .................. 246 54 1 .819. 54 1 .819..1 .819... Harry Baujan ........................124 64 8 .653. 64 8 .653..8 .653... Rick Carter...............................39 7 2 .833.7 2 .833.. 2 Joe Gavin.................................39 26 2 .597. 26 2 .597.. John McVay..............................36 41 4 .469. 41 4 .469..

Joe Gavin

Mike Kelly

Harry Baujan

Rick Carter

John McVay

1976....................... Roger Dixon, Paul Kasprzycki, John Wolking 1977...............................B.J. Dailey, Tom Stellman, Tom Wanner, Mark Zimmerman 1978............................. Mike Bailey, Rick Chamberlin, Bill Sahnd 1979........................... Marvin Batts, Gary Cooper, Joe Overbeck, Scott Terry 1980................................Jim O’Hara, Mark Schmitz, Tim Schoen 1981...................... Larry Armstrong, Mark Hufford, Jim Pearson 1982....................................... Joe Beck, Doug Conley, Jon Vorpe 1983............................Blane Collison, Brian Smith, Paul Vollman 1984............................... Mark Herr, Jeff Slayback, David Kemp, Jim Jeter 1985..................... Mike Harmeyer, Dan Jurkowitz, Larry Raville, Troy Styer 1986.......................... Jackie Green, Gerry Meyer, Dave Moeglin, Doug Zimmer 1987...........................Kerry McCarthy, Rich Kiko, Ted Edgington, Tom Ray 1988..................................................... Brad Crow, Gordy Massa 1989..................................................Lou Loncar, Pat DiGiacomo 1990...............................................Dan Sharley, Sean Kenneally 1991................................................Brian Olson, Steve Willuweit 1992........................................... Robert Christy, Andy Pellegrino 1993................................... Bob Coode, Pat Hofacre, Jeff Mathot 1994............................................Barry Esposito, Nick Hinkebein 1995............................Matt Deters, Ryan Huyghe, Martin Loncar 1996................................................. Jim Homoki, Josh Lemmon 1997........................ Bumper McKinley, Sean Gorius, Kevin Johns 1998...................Mark Thobe, Jay Fullenkamp, Mike Glassmeyer 1999.......................... Brad Thobe, Ryan Stangle, Chuck Kohstall, Paul Conradson 2000................................. Shawn Eddy, Matt Macy, Dan Schmidt, Brad Van Vleet 2001.....................................Jermaine Bailey, Marty McNamara, Jeff Swanson 2002..........................Tyler Bowersock, Marcus Colvin, Trent Karn 2003.........................Eric Dearth, Geno Mattioda, Justin Willhoite 2004........................... Chris Dearth, Doug Jones, Brandon Staley 2005.............................John Hoppe, Steve Verhoff, Ryan Winner 2006...................................................John Hoppe, Kevin Hoyng 2007..........................Brandon Cramer, Kevin Hoyng, Brian Kelly 2008.......................... Rob Florian, Steve McDonald, Scott Vossler 2009....................Sean Heenan, Drew Fumagalli, Steve Valentino *Steve Palenchar, Vince Palyan elected Honorary Co-Captains in 1959

2010 FLYER FOOTBALL

By Percentage Coach Bro. M. Hill, S.M. Rick Carter Orville Smith MIKE KELLY Rick Chamberlin L. Foose Clark Van F. Hill Harry Baujan Joe Gavin Roland Bevan Bro. George Binlein, S.M. Alfred McCray Dr. J.G. Freshour Harry Solimano John McVay Hugh Devore Rick Marciniak Bud Kerr Nelson Talbott Pete Ankney Charles Way Stan Zajdel William Schoen

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YEAR BY YEAR

Findlay.................................................... W 60 Wilmington.............................................. W 35 44th Aeros.............................................. W 13 Ohio Northern.......................................... L 0 44th Aeros.............................................. W 7

1905 (0-3) Riverdale................................................. L 5 6 Tippecanoe............................................... L 0 11 Tippecanoe............................................... L 5 36 1906 (5-1) Germantown........................................... W 29 Oakwood................................................. L 2 Dayton YMCA.......................................... W 43 Dayton Varsity......................................... W 28 Wittenberg.............................................. W 36 Hamilton................................................. W 42

0 11 0 0 0 0

1907 (0-4) Lebanon................................................... L 0 Deaf Mutes............................................... L 0 Wittenberg............................................... L 0 Xavier...................................................... L 5

6 10 65 17

1908 (7-0-1) Franklin.................................................. W 12 Miamisburg A.C.........................................T 0 Nelson College......................................... W 16 Cedarville................................................ W 24 West Carrollton........................................ W 6 Mercantile A.C......................................... W 12 Miamisburg A.C....................................... W 4 Xavier..................................................... W 6

2 0 0 0 0 5 0 0

1909 (4-3) Central A.C............................................... L 5 Cedarville................................................ W 25 Steele....................................................... L 11 Deaf Mutes.............................................. W 11 Earlham................................................... L 0 St. Patrick’s............................................. W 6 Xavier..................................................... W 12

6 5 18 6 55 2 0

1910 (5-1) Deaf Mutes.............................................. W 64 Earlham Reserves.................................... W 29 Xavier..................................................... W 45 Antioch.................................................... W 10 Xavier...................................................... L 5 St. Patrick’s............................................. W 22

0 0 3 0 6 6

1911 (3-3-1) Otterbein.................................................. L 0 Antioch.................................................... W 11 Cedarville................................................ W 56 Earlham................................................... L 0 St. Patrick’s............................................. W 32 Wilmington................................................T 5 Xavier...................................................... L 0

22 0 0 39 0 5 5

1912 (4-2) Wittenberg............................................... L 8 Aquinas................................................... W 20 Otterbein................................................. W 14 Xavier..................................................... W 40 Wilmington.............................................. W 40 Antioch..................................................... L 0

34 0 12 0 0 13

1913 (4-1-1) Antioch.................................................... W 6 Earlham.................................................. W 7 Wilmington.............................................. W 46 Transylvania..............................................T 6 Muskingum.............................................. L 0 Wittenberg.............................................. W 19

2 6 0 6 20 3

1914 (2-2) Antioch..................................................... L 0 Ohio Northern......................................... W 14 Wilmington.............................................. W 13 Antioch..................................................... L 19

7 0 7 20

1915 (3-2) Antioch.................................................... W 10 Alumni.................................................... W 20 Georgetown.............................................. L 6 Wilmington............................................... L 0 Antioch.................................................... W 13

6 0 9 7 0

1916 (4-3) Deaf Mutes.............................................. W 53 Wilmington............................................... L 0 Marietta................................................... L 0 Otterbein.................................................. L 10 Alumni.................................................... W 19 Wilmington.............................................. W 20 Aquinas................................................... W 67

7 22 92 55 0 7 7

1917 (7-2) Aquinas................................................... W 25 Xavier...................................................... L 3 Alumni.................................................... W 35 Wilmington.............................................. W 13

0 7 0 0

0 0 0 12 0

1918 (1-1) Naval Reserve......................................... W 6 0 Georgetown.............................................. L 0 20 1919 (2-2) Georgetown.............................................. L 0 Alumni.................................................... W 13 Wilmington.............................................. W 18 Wilmington............................................... L 0

20 0 7 14

1920 (2-4) Ohio Northern......................................... W 13 Xavier...................................................... L 0 St. Ignatius............................................... L 0 Muskingum.............................................. L 0 Georgetown............................................. W 6 Duquesne................................................. L 0

7 20 13 4 5 14

1921 (1-7-1) Miami...................................................... L 0 Xavier...................................................... L 0 Wilmington............................................... L 0 Bethany................................................... L 0 Muskingum.............................................. L 14 Earlham....................................................T 14 Baldwin-Wallace....................................... L 0 Hanover................................................... L 0 St. Ignatius.............................................. W 13

55 13 30 78 30 14 7 3 6

1922 (6-3) Cedarville................................................ W 59 Earlham.................................................. W 32 Xavier...................................................... L 13 Rose Poly................................................ W 32 Canisius.................................................... L 6 St. Ignatius.............................................. W 20 Baldwin-Wallace...................................... W 36 Wilmington............................................... L 0 Defiance................................................. W 41 1923 (4-5) Indiana Central........................................ W 161 Duquesne................................................ W 27 Transylvania............................................ W 35 Marietta................................................... L 0 Canisius.................................................... L 0 John Carroll.............................................. L 0 Lafayette................................................. L 0 Wilmington.............................................. W 34 Ashland.................................................... L 2

0 7 46 0 40 13 14 3 0 0 0 0 6 12 27 45 0 12

1924 (7-3) Carnegie Tech........................................... L 3 Rio Grand................................................ W 64 Davis & Elkins......................................... W 27 Duquesne................................................ W 28 Loyola...................................................... L 6 Cincinnati................................................ W 21 Toledo..................................................... W 52 Canisius.................................................... L 13 John Carroll............................................. W 20 Wilmington.............................................. W 27

14 0 7 0 7 0 6 14 0 0

1925 (7-2) Wilmington.............................................. W 45 Toledo..................................................... W 29 John Carroll............................................. W 17 Loyola...................................................... L 2 Cincinnati................................................ W 23 Haskell Indians........................................ W 6 Butler....................................................... L 7 Otterbein................................................. W 48 Bucknell.................................................. W 19

0 6 0 6 0 2 10 0 0

1926 (8-2) Bowling Green......................................... W 11 Kenyon................................................... W 15 John Carroll............................................. W 10 Haskell Indians......................................... L 4 Wilmington.............................................. W 14 Holy Cross................................................ L 7 Cincinnati................................................ W 52 Ohio Northern......................................... W 21 Butler...................................................... W 30 Quantico Marines..................................... W 7

0 0 0 30 8 20 0 0 6 2

1927 (6-3) Findlay.................................................... W 66 Holy Cross................................................ L 0 Cincinnati................................................ W 9 Quantico Marines...................................... L 0 Wilmington.............................................. W 18

0 18 0 6 7

Loyola .................................................... W 12 Miami...................................................... L 6 Haskell Indians........................................ W 20 Wittenberg.............................................. W 7

0 7 14 3

1928 (6-3) Findlay.................................................... W 66 Wilmington.............................................. W 28 Brown...................................................... L 7 Detroit..................................................... L 0 Loyola..................................................... W 12 Cincinnati................................................ W 25 Ohio Northern......................................... W 41 Muskingum............................................. W 48 Quantico Marines...................................... L 0

0 0 13 7 7 6 0 0 7

1929 (4-5) Indiana Central........................................ W 33 Detroit..................................................... L 0 Wilmington.............................................. W 7 Boston College.......................................... L 7 Oglethorpe............................................... L 12 Transylvania............................................ W 13 Xavier..................................................... W 16 Quantico Marines...................................... L 6 Wittenberg............................................... L 0

0 18 0 23 20 6 0 7 8

1930 (4-3-2) Ohio Northern......................................... W 14 Georgetown............................................. W 22 Ohio Wesleyan......................................... L 6 Oglethorpe............................................... L 0 Boston College.......................................... L 6 Transylvania..............................................T 6 Xavier..................................................... W 7 John Carroll...............................................T 0 Wittenberg.............................................. W 8

0 0 7 6 15 6 0 0 0

1931 (5-3-2) Hanover.................................................. W 39 Boston College.......................................... L 0 Wilmington.............................................. W 56 West Virginia Wesleyan............................. L 7 Butler...................................................... W 26 Transylvania............................................ W 63 Xavier.......................................................T 7 John Carroll............................................. W 27 Wittenberg............................................... L 6 Notre Dame “B”........................................T 6

0 13 0 13 2 0 7 0 21 6

1932 (9-2) Findlay.................................................... W 33 Adrian..................................................... W 64 Wilmington.............................................. W 13 Quantico Marines..................................... W 21 Xavier..................................................... W 7 Marshall.................................................. W 13 Morris-Harvey......................................... W 18 John Carroll.............................................. L 0 Butler...................................................... W 7 Wittenberg............................................... L 6 Davis & Elkins......................................... W 7

0 0 7 14 0 7 0 7 0 7 0

1933 (7-2-1) Adrian..................................................... W 14 Ohio Wesleyan......................................... L 10 Heidelberg.............................................. W 7 Findlay.................................................... W 13 John Carroll...............................................T 0 Baldwin-Wallace...................................... W 6 West Virginia Wesleyan............................ W 7 Canisius.................................................... L 0 Wittenberg.............................................. W 31 Denison................................................... W 21

0 22 0 12 0 0 6 12 6 0

1934 (4-3-1) Morris-Harvey......................................... W 31 Ohio Wesleyan......................................... L 0 DePaul..................................................... L 6 Adrian..................................................... W 70 Canisius................................................... W 6 John Carroll...............................................T 0 Ohio ........................................................ L 0 Wittenberg.............................................. W 27

14 22 12 0 0 0 17 0

1935 (4-4-1) Cincinnati................................................. L 0 Ohio Wesleyan........................................ W 13 Marshall.................................................. W 20 DePaul..................................................... L 3 Ohio ........................................................ L 0 Canisius.................................................... L 0 Miami (HC)...............................................T 6 Wittenberg.............................................. W 27 John Carroll............................................. W 19

29 0 6 14 26 6 6 0 0


14 7 7 14 13 19 10 0 12

1937 (7-2) Wittenberg.............................................. W 28 Ohio Wesleyan........................................ W 19 Cincinnati................................................ W 35 John Carroll............................................. W 14 Ohio ....................................................... W 6 Western Reserve...................................... W 18 Toledo...................................................... L 7 Miami (HC)............................................. W 21 Marshall................................................... L 0

7 7 0 7 0 6 12 7 7

1938 (7-2) Wittenberg.............................................. W 38 Georgetown............................................. W 45 Cincinnati................................................ W 26 Toledo..................................................... W 17 Miami...................................................... L 0 Marshall.................................................. W 13 Xavier (HC).............................................. L 7 Ohio ....................................................... W 13 Ohio Wesleyan........................................ W 25

0 0 7 13 14 7 14 0 0

1939 (4-4-1) Western Reserve....................................... L 0 Cincinnati................................................ W 32 Youngstown............................................. W 13 Marshall................................................... L 13 Ohio ........................................................ L 0 St. Mary’s (CA)..........................................T 6 Xavier...................................................... L 7 Miami (HC) ............................................ W 20 Ohio Wesleyan........................................ W 19

7 2 12 19 14 6 12 0 7

1940 (6-3) Wichita..................................................... L 0 Marshall................................................... L 12 Western Reserve...................................... W 20 Miami..................................................... W 28 Cincinnati................................................ W 7 Transylvania............................................ W 26 Xavier (HC) ............................................ W 13 Ohio ........................................................ L 0 Ohio Wesleyan........................................ W 27

9 25 12 6 0 0 0 7 0

1941 (7-3) Hillsdale.................................................. W 62 Detroit Tech............................................. W 75 Marshall.................................................. W 7 Tennessee................................................. L 0 Miami..................................................... W 16 Wichita.................................................... W 14 Cincinnati................................................ W 3 Xavier...................................................... L 0 North Dakota (HC) ................................ W 40 Ohio ........................................................ L 7

0 0 0 26 0 6 0 27 0 21

1942 (8-2) Findlay.................................................... W 49 Western Michigan.................................... W 21 Heidelberg.............................................. W 20 Tennessee................................................. L 6 Miami..................................................... W 20 Xavier..................................................... W 20 Marshall (HC).......................................... W 20 Chattanooga............................................ W 14 Cincinnati................................................. L 0 Ohio ....................................................... W 20

0 0 2 34 0 13 13 12 20 0

1943-1945: NO GAMES DURING WAR YEARS 1946 (6-3) Wichita.................................................... W 21 Miami...................................................... L 0 Cincinnati................................................. L 0 Toledo..................................................... W 20 Western Reserve (HC).............................. W 20 Xavier..................................................... W 33 Chattanooga............................................. L 7 Ohio ....................................................... W 14 Marshall.................................................. W 29

0 35 19 13 6 6 34 7 7

1947 (6-3) Scranton.................................................. W 28 Bowling Green......................................... W 20 Cincinnati................................................ W 26 Toledo...................................................... L 13 Chattanooga............................................. L 13 Xavier....................................H*............. W 38 Miami ................................................... L 0 Ohio........................................................ W 18 St. Bonaventure....................................... W 7

6 13 21 14 19 6 12 6 6

1948 (7-2-1) 9/24 John Carroll..............................A............. W 26 10/3 St. Bonaventure........................A.............. L 6 10/9 Marshall...................................H............. W 33 10/16 Toledo......................................A............. W 20 10/24 Saint Louis ..............................H............. W 41 10/31 Xavier......................................A............. W 7 11/6 Miami......................................H............. W 7 11/13 Oklahoma City .................H*...............T 13 11/20 Iowa State Teachers ...............H............. W 33 11/25 Chattanooga.............................A.............. L 6

18 7 0 0 0 0 0 13 7 21

1949 (6-3) 9/24 Xavier......................................H.............. L 7 10/2 St. Bonaventure ......................H............. W 28 10/8 Marshall...................................A............. W 40 10/15 Toledo......................................H............. W 47 10/22 Youngstown ...........................H*............. W 41 10/30 Xavier......................................A.............. L 0 11/6 Nevada....................................H............. W 16 11/12 Miami......................................A.............. L 20 11/19 Scranton...................................H............. W 54

21 13 23 14 7 14 14 53 0

1950 (4-6) Youngstown............................................. W.............. 7 0 St. Bonaventure........................................ L............ 14 40. 40 Kentucky ............................................... L.............. 0 40 Toledo .............................................. W............ 14 13. 13 Quantico Marines ................................... L.............. 0 7 Xavier ............................................... L............ 21 28. 28 John Carroll ...........................................H*.............. L 12 24 Miami ............................................... L............ 12 27. 27 Marshall .............................................. W............ 35 6 Chattanooga............................................ W.............. 7 4 1951 (7-3) 9/22 Quantico Marines......................H............. W 21 9/30 St. Bonaventure .....................H............. W 35 10/5 Youngstown..............................A............. W 27 10/13 Toledo....................................H*............. W 47 10/20 Chattanooga.............................H............. W 21 10/28 Xavier......................................A.............. L 0 11/4 John Carroll..............................A............. W 36 11/10 Miami......................................H.............. L 20 11/17 Marshall...................................A............. W 34 Salad Bowl (Phoenix, AZ) 1/1 Houston...................................N.............. L 21

14 14 7 7 6 20 0 21 13 26

1952 (6-5) 9/20 Cincinnati.................................A.............. L 0 9/27 Drake......................................H............. W 34 10/4 North Texas State.....................H............. W 20 10/11 Louisville..................................A............. W 20 10/18 Camp LeJeune Marines.............H.............. L 19 10/25 John Carroll ..........................H*............. W 21 11/2 Xavier......................................H.............. L 13 11/8 Marshall...................................H............. W 31 11/15 Miami......................................A.............. L 13 11/23 Xavier......................................A............. W 13 11/27 Chattanooga.............................A.............. L 7

25 13 14 0 23 0 14 14 27 0 40

1953 (3-5-1) 9/27 Xavier......................................A.............. L 0 10/4 Quantico Marines......................H.............. L 0 10/11 John Carroll..............................A.............. L 13 10/17 Louisville................................H*............. W 20 10/24 Chattanooga.............................H............. W 19 10/31 Cincinnati.................................A.............. L 0 11/7 Marshall...................................A............. W 21 11/14 Miami......................................H.............. L 7 11/22 Xavier......................................H...............T 0

7 31 19 13 6 27 6 20 0

1954 (5-5) 9/18 Bowling Green..........................H.............. L 0 9/25 Cincinnati.................................A.............. L 13 10/2 John Carroll..............................H.............. L 12 10/9 Louisville (HC)..........................H............. W 27 10/17 Xavier......................................A............. W 21 10/23 Tennessee.................................A.............. L 7 11/6 Mississippi Southern ............H............. W 20 11/13 Miami......................................A............. W 20 11/20 Xavier......................................H............. W 13 11/25 Chattanooga.............................A.............. L 14

18 42 20 20 20 14 7 12 0 25

1955 (3-6-1) 9/24 Cincinnati.................................A............. W 15 10/1 Kent State................................H............. W 25 10/8 Louisville..................................A.............. L 7 10/15 Xavier......................................H.............. L 6 10/22 Tennessee.................................A.............. L 7 10/29 Chattanooga ..........................H*...............T 7 11/6 Holy Cross................................A.............. L 7 11/12 Miami......................................H.............. L 0 11/19 Mississippi Southern ................. A.............. L 13 11/27 Villanova..................................H............. W 19

14 13 19 12 53 7 13 21 19 7

YEAR BY YEAR 1956 (4-6) 9/22 Cincinnati.................................A............. W 19 9/30 Holy Cross................................A............. W 14 10/6 Mississippi Southern ..............H.............. L 6 10/13 Villanova..................................H.............. L 0 10/23 North Carolina State...............H*.............. L 0 10/27 Xavier......................................A.............. L 13 11/3 Louisville..................................A............. W 7 11/10 Miami......................................A.............. L 14 11/17 Wichita.....................................H.............. L 6 11/25 Detroit.....................................H............. W 27

13 13 23 13 20 26 6 21 14 13

1957 (6-3-1) 9/21 Cincinnati.................................A...............T 13 9/28 Richmond ................................H............. W 12 10/5 Holy Cross................................A.............. L 6 10/12 Boston College..........................A.............. L 14 10/19 Louisville..................................A.............. L 19 10/26 Xavier......................................H............. W 24 11/2 Wichita.....................................A............. W 40 11/9 North Dakota State.................H*............. W 40 11/16 Miami......................................H............. W 13 11/23 Detroit.....................................H............. W 20

13 7 32 41 33 13 13 6 7 10

1958 (2-8) 9/20 Cincinnati.................................A.............. L 0 9/27 Richmond.................................H............. W 13 10/4 Bowling Green..........................H.............. L 0 10/11 Ohio.......................................H*.............. L 8 10/18 Louisville..................................H............. W 26 10/25 Xavier......................................A.............. L 0 11/1 Holy Cross................................A.............. L 0 11/8 Villanova..................................H.............. L 6 11/15 Miami......................................A.............. L 0 11/22 Detroit.....................................H.............. L 7

14 12 25 27 13 16 26 9 34 27

1959 (3-7) 9/19 Richmond.................................H............. W 6 9/26 Cincinnati.................................A.............. L 7 10/3 Bowling Green..........................A.............. L 0 10/10 Holy Cross................................A.............. L 0 10/17 Louisville..................................A.............. L 6 10/24 Xavier......................................H.............. L 0 10/31 Villanova..................................A.............. L 13 11/7 Detroit...................................H*.............. L 14 11/14 Miami......................................H............. W 13 11/21 Wichita.....................................H............. W 18

3 21 14 8 32 3 22 33 0 13

1960 (1-9) 9/17 Ohio ........................................H.............. L 0 9/24 Cincinnati.................................A.............. L 21 10/1 Villanova..................................H............. W 14 10/8 Xavier......................................A.............. L 12 10/15 Louisville ...............................H*.............. L 0 10/22 Detroit.....................................A.............. L 0 10/29 Wichita.....................................A.............. L 6 11/5 Holy Cross................................A.............. L 6 11/12 Miami......................................A.............. L 8 11/19 Kent State................................H.............. L 7

28 27 0 18 36 13 7 36 23 14

1961 (2-8) 9/16 Cincinnati.................................A.............. L 12 9/23 Kent State................................A.............. L 14 9/30 Bowling Green..........................A.............. L 11 10/7 Ohio ........................................H.............. L 13 10/14 Louisville .................................A............. W 7 10/21 Xavier....................................H*.............. L 0 10/28 Detroit.....................................H.............. L 12 11/4 Holy Cross................................A.............. L 0 11/11 Miami......................................H.............. L 6 11/18 Wichita.....................................H............. W 23

16 38 28 14 6 14 41 28 48 12

1962 (2-8) 9/15 Kent State................................H.............. L 7 9/22 Cincinnati.................................A.............. L 0 9/29 Bowling Green..........................H.............. L 7 10/6 Ohio ........................................A.............. L 25 10/13 Louisville................................H*.............. L 0 10/20 Xavier......................................A.............. L 6 10/27 Detroit.....................................A............. W 13 11/3 Holy Cross................................H.............. L 14 11/10 Miami......................................A.............. L 20 11/17 Wichita ....................................H............. W 8

22 13 14 27 21 23 12 36 42 0

1963 (1-7-2) 9/21 Toledo......................................H............. W 22 9/28 Ohio ........................................H.............. L 6 10/5 Bowling Green..........................A.............. L 0 10/12 Louisville..................................A.............. L 12 10/19 Xavier......................................H.............. L 14 10/26 Detroit...................................H*...............T 14 11/2 Cincinnati.................................A.............. L 8 11/9 Wichita.....................................A.............. L 7 11/16 Miami......................................H...............T 27 11/23 Kent State................................A.............. L 0

19 13 28 13 15 14 35 12 27 23

2010 FLYER FOOTBALL

1936 (4-5) Marshall................................................... L 0 Ohio Wesleyan........................................ W 21 DePaul..................................................... L 0 Miami...................................................... L 7 Cincinnati................................................ W 21 Western Reserve....................................... L 7 Ohio (HC)................................................. L 6 John Carroll............................................. W 6 Wittenberg.............................................. W 40

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YEAR BY YEAR 1965 (1-8-1) 9/18 Cincinnati..................................... A................L 0 9/25 Kent State ................................... A................L 6 10/2 Bowling Green..............................H................L 0 10/9 Louisville...................................... A................L 0 10/16 Quantico Marines....................... H*................L 0 10/23 Buffalo........................................ A................T 0 10/30 Ohio ...........................................H.............. W 13 11/6 Xavier.......................................... A................L 0 11/13 Miami..........................................H................L 0 11/20 Toledo.......................................... A................L 7

28 14 9 34 10 0 7 10 28 21

1966 (8-2) 9/19 Richmond..................................... A.............. W 23 9/24 Cincinnati.....................................H.............. W 23 10/1 Bowling Green.............................. A................L 0 10/8 Louisville......................................H.............. W 20 10/15 Buffalo ..................................... H*.............. W 13 10/22 Nothern Michigan.........................H.............. W 10 10/29 Ohio ........................................... A.............. W 20 11/5 Xavier..........................................H.............. W 9 11/12 Miami.......................................... A................L 6 11/19 Toledo..........................................H.............. W 20

0 7 13 17 3 0 12 2 38 16

1967 (6-3-1) 9/16 Eastern Kentucky..........................H.............. W 16 9/23 Cincinnati..................................... A.............. W 27 9/30 Bowling Green..............................H................L 0 10/7 Louisville...................................... A................L 7 10/14 Southern Illinois........................... A.............. W 34 10/21 Temple....................................... H*.............. W 56 10/28 Ohio ...........................................H.............. W 10 11/4 Xavier.......................................... A................T 7 11/11 Miami..........................................H.............. W 7 11/17 Toledo.......................................... A................L 7

0 13 7 29 14 6 9 7 6 21

1968 (5-5) 9/14 Kent State ...................................H.............. W 24 9/21 St. Joseph’s..................................H.............. W 57 9/28 Bowling Green.............................. A................L 14 10/5 Louisville......................................H.............. W 28 10/19 Southern Illinois......................... H*................L 17 10/26 Ohio ........................................... A................L 12 11/2 Xavier.......................................... A................L 25 11/9 Miami.......................................... A................L 0 11/16 Toledo..........................................H.............. W 10 11/23 Temple......................................... A.............. W 35

10 0 20 14 18 42 27 14 3 17

1969 (3-7) 9/13 Kent State.................................... A................L 14 9/20 Miami .........................................H................L 9 9/27 Bowling Green..............................H................L 7 10/4 Louisville...................................... A................L 17 10/11 Buffalo........................................ A................L 0 10/18 Nothern Illinois........................... H*.............. W 56 10/25 Akron..........................................H................L 10 11/1 Xavier..........................................H.............. W 32 11/8 Villanova...................................... A.............. W 27 11/15 Toledo.......................................... A................L 0

24 19 27 24 27 24 14 14 20 20

1970 (5-4-1) 9/12 Xavier..........................................H.............. W 45 9/19 Cincinnati..................................... A................L 7 9/26 Bowling Green.............................. A................T 14 10/3 Louisville......................................H.............. W 28 10/10 Ohio ........................................... A................L 14 10/17 Buffalo...................................... H*.............. W 41 10/24 Akron.......................................... A.............. W 14 10/31 Northern Illinois........................... A.............. W 21 11/7 Miami.......................................... A................L 0 11/14 Toledo..........................................H................L 7

22 13 14 11 17 0 6 20 17 31

1971 (5-6) 9/11 Cincinnati.....................................H.............. W 16 9/18 Southern Illinois...........................H................L 14 9/25 Miami........................................ H*................L 0 10/2 Louisville...................................... A................L 13 10/9 Tampa......................................... A................L 14 10/16 Marshall...................................... A.............. W 13 10/23 Toledo.......................................... A................L 7 10/30 Youngstown..................................H.............. W 35 11/6 Xavier.......................................... A.............. W 20 11/13 Villanova......................................H................L 7 11/20 Bowling Green..............................H.............. W 26

3 31 14 41 47 0 35 24 10 14 16

1973 (5-5-1) 9/8 Youngstown..................................H.............. W 22 9/15 Miami.......................................... A................L 0 9/22 Bowling Green..............................H................L 16 9/29 Central Michigan..........................H................L 6 10/6 Southern Illinois...........................H.............. W 23 10/13 Ball State................................... H*.............. W 13 10/20 Toledo.......................................... A................L 10 10/27 Drake..........................................H.............. W 16 11/3 Xavier.......................................... A................T 28 11/10 Louisville...................................... A.............. W 10 11/17 Marshall...................................... A................L 14 1974 (3-8) 9/7 Drake.......................................... A.............. W 21 9/14 Eastern Kentucky..........................H.............. W 23 9/21 Bowling Green.............................. A................L 21 9/28 Central Michigan.......................... A................L 8 10/5 Southern Illinois...........................H................L 16 10/12 Western Kentucky........................ A................L 15 10/19 Toledo........................................ H*................L 27 10/26 East Carolina ............................... A................L 6 11/2 Central State................................H................L 25 11/9 Louisville......................................H................L 15 11/16 Marshall......................................H.............. W 14 1975 (5-6) 9/6 Western Kentucky........................H................L 7 9/13 Eastern Kentucky.......................... A................L 24 9/20 Akron..........................................H.............. W 31 9/27 Bowling Green..............................H................L 14 10/4 Toledo.......................................... A.............. W 24 10/11 Miami........................................ H*................L 0 10/18 Indiana State............................... A................L 14 10/25 McNeese State.............................. A.............. W 17 11/1 Temple.........................................H................L 10 11/8 Louisville...................................... A.............. W 32 11/15 Marshall......................................H.............. W 29

70

13 34 0 28 6 28 20 10 13 5 24

7 17 41 42 38 32 38 34 28 20 13 27 30 9 21 13 10 56 12 23 13 8

1976 (4-7) 9/3 Eastern Kentucky..........................H................L 7 9/11 Youngstown..................................H.............. W 41 9/18 Villanova......................................H................L 30 9/25 Indiana State .............................. A.............. W 20 10/2 Ball State.....................................H................L 13 10/9 Akron.......................................... A................L 6 10/16 Marshall...................................... A................L 0 10/23 Toledo........................................ H*.............. W 17 11/6 Northeast Louisiana ..................... A.............. W 37 11/13 Temple......................................... A................L 6 11/20 Miami.......................................... A................L 8

21 16 31 14 20 27 9 14 13 35 28

1977 (8-3) 9/3 Miami.......................................... A................L 23 9/10 Butler.......................................... A.............. W 45 9/17 South Dakota State ......................H.............. W 28 9/24 Villanova...................................... A.............. W 21 10/1 Iowa State.................................... A................L 13 10/8 Akron..........................................H................L 24 10/15 Louisville.................................... H*.............. W 14 10/22 Youngstown.................................. A.............. W 27 10/29 Central State................................H.............. W 27 11/5 Ferris State..................................H.............. W 45 11/12 Eastern Kentucky.......................... A.............. W 20

26 13 14 17 17 31 10 23 14 19 13

1978 (9-2-1) 9/1 Liberty Baptist..............................H.............. W 35 9/9 Maine.......................................... A.............. W 31 9/16 Otterbein.....................................H.............. W 47 9/23 Butler..........................................H.............. W 31 9/30 Miami..........................................H................T 10 10/7 Ashland........................................ A.............. W 14 10/14 Eastern Kentucky........................ H*................L 16 10/21 Fordham...................................... A.............. W 19 10/28 Central State................................H.............. W 28 11/4 Ferris State.................................. A.............. W 38 11/11 St. Norbert...................................H.............. W 27 NCAA Playoffs 11/18 Carnegie-Mellon........................... A............. ot L 21 1979 (8-2-1) 9/1 Merchant Marine..........................H.............. W 28 9/8 Bucknell....................................... A................L 7 9/15 Otterbein.....................................H.............. W 28 9/22 Butler.......................................... A.............. W 24 9/29 James Madison.............................H.............. W 35 10/6 Ashland........................................H.............. W 28 10/13 Evansville................................... H*.............. W 35 10/20 Fordham......................................H.............. W 59 10/27 Liberty Baptist.............................. A................L 10 11/3 Ferris State..................................H................T 14 11/10 St. Norbert................................... A.............. W 24 1980 (14-0)

1972 (4-6-1) 9/9 Youngstown..................................H.............. W 18 9/16 Miami.......................................... A................L 7 9/23 Marshall......................................H.............. W 39 9/30 Louisville......................................H................L 11 10/7 Southern Illinois........................... A................T 6 10/14 Ball State..................................... A................L 7 10/21 Toledo..........................................H................L 17 10/28 VMI..............................................H.............. W 14 11/4 Xavier........................................ H*.............. W 31 11/11 Bowling Green.............................. A................L 0 11/18 East Carolina................................ A................L 22

0 32 31 15 19 12 14 9 28 9 37

0 14 0 6 10 0 17 10 7 21 14 24 0 17 3 0 15 6 7 11 17 14 22

DIV. III NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 9/6 California State, Pa.......................H.............. W 20 0 9/13 Ashland........................................ A.............. W 20 10 9/20 Butler..........................................H.............. W 29 0 9/27 Georgetown.................................H.............. W 35 6 10/4 Slippery Rock............................. H*.............. W 45 10 10/11 Frostburg..................................... A.............. W 31 7 10/18 Merchant Marine.......................... A.............. W 35 7 10/25 Buffalo........................................H.............. W 55 0 11/1 Ferris State..................................H.............. W 38 0 11/8 John Carroll................................. A.............. W 41 3 11/15 Wisconsin-Superior ......................H.............. W 35 3 NCAA Playoffs 11/22 Baldwin-Wallace ........................H.............. W 34 0 11/29 Widener....................................... A.............. W 28 24 12/6 Ithaca..........................................N.............. W 63 0

1981 (12-2)

DIV. III NATIONAL FINALIST 9/5 California State, Pa....................... A.............. W 27 9/12 Ashland........................................N.............. W 17 9/19 Butler.......................................... A.............. W 27 9/26 DePauw.......................................H.............. W 16 10/3 Slippery Rock............................... A.............. W 21 10/10 Frostburg................................... H*.............. W 45 10/17 Eastern Kentucky.......................... A................L 3 10/24 Buffalo........................................ A.............. W 14 10/31 Lane............................................H.............. W 56 11/7 John Carroll.................................H.............. W 48 11/14 Wisconsin-Superior.......................H.............. W 28 NCAA Playoffs 11/21 Augustana....................................H.............. W 19 11/28 Lawrence.....................................H.............. W 38 12/5 Widener.......................................N................L 10

10 3 0 0 17 21 17 7 0 7 3 7 0 17

1982 (6-4) 9/11 Bucknell.......................................H................L 17 9/18 Butler..........................................H................L 14 9/25 Baldwin-Wallace........................... A................L 14 10/2 Jersey City...................................H.............. W 71 10/9 Kenyon........................................ A.............. W 24 10/16 Marysville.................................. H*.............. W 62 10/23 Canisius.......................................H.............. W 38 10/30 Wabash........................................ A................L 13 11/6 Salisbury State.............................H.............. W 28 11/13 Wisconsin-Superior.......................H.............. W 42

19 20 28 0 7 0 14 14 0 0

1983 (7-3) 9/3 Wisconsin-Stout............................H.............. W 10 9/10 Slippery Rock............................... A................L 17 9/17 Butler.......................................... A................L 3 9/24 Baldwin-Wallace .........................H.............. W 17 10/8 Kenyon...................................... H*.............. W 46 10/15 Olivet Nazarene...........................H.............. W 45 10/22 Canisius.......................................H................L 7 10/29 Wabash........................................H.............. W 30 11/5 Mercyhurst................................... A.............. W 28 11/12 Wisconsin-Superior .....................H.............. W 30

7 34 20 14 3 2 17 9 0 7

1984 (10-1) 9/8 Slippery Rock...............................H.............. W 21 9/15 Otterbein.....................................H.............. W 24 9/22 Butler..........................................H.............. W 34 9/29 Olivet Nazarene........................... A.............. W 59 10/6 Baldwin-Wallace........................... A.............. W 22 10/13 Anderson................................... H*.............. W 38 10/20 Wabash........................................ A.............. W 37 10/27 West Virginia Wesleyan.................H.............. W 35 11/3 DePauw.......................................H.............. W 24 11/10 Taylor..........................................H.............. W 62 NCAA Playoffs 11/17 Augustana....................................H................L 13 1985 (7-3) 9/7 St. Joseph’s..................................H.............. W 45 9/14 Allegheny.................................... A.............. W 28 9/21 Butler.......................................... A................L 14 9/28 Defiance......................................H.............. W 58 10/5 Baldwin-Wallace ........................H.............. W 20 10/12 Samford....................................... A.............. W 63 10/19 Anderson.....................................H.............. W 28 10/26 Wabash...................................... H*.............. W 51 11/2 DePauw....................................... A................L 31 11/9 Mercyhurst...................................H................L 6 1986 (10-1) 9/6 Butler..........................................H.............. W 17 9/13 Wisconsin-Stevens Point................H.............. W 26 9/20 St. Norbert...................................H.............. W 49 9/27 Samford.......................................H.............. W 42 10/4 Dubuque......................................H.............. W 57 10/11 DePauw....................................... A.............. W 27 10/18 Mercyhurst................................... A.............. W 30 10/25 Frostburg................................... H*.............. W 54 11/1 West Virginia Wesleyan................. A.............. W 61 11/8 Ferrum........................................H.............. W 45 NCAA Playoffs 11/22 Mt. Union.....................................H................L 36

1987 (11-3). DIV. III NATIONAL FINALIST 9/12 Wayne State.............................H............. W 27 9/19 St. Norbert...............................H............. W 31 9/26 Butler.......................................A.............. L 10 10/3 Adrian......................................A............. W 42 10/10 DePauw...................................H............. W 23 10/17 Mercyhurst...............................H............. W 24 10/24 Frostburg.................................A............. W 49 10/31 St. Joseph’s............................H*.............. L 22 11/7 Drake .....................................H............. W 28 11/14 Ithaca......................................H............. W 24 NCAA Playoffs 11/21 Capital ....................................H............. W 52 11/28 Augustana................................H............. W 38 12/5 Central.....................................H............. W 34 12/12 Wagner....................................N.............. L 3

14 0 0 0 21 0 20 13 7 3 14 14 0 27 0 9 13 12 6 35 19 16 6 21 6 0 17 7 0 9 14 42

17 8 15 22 21 14 0 24 6 0 28 36 0 19


1989 (13-0-1) DIV. III NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 9/9 Wittenberg...............................A............. W 28 9/16 Davidson..................................H............. W 49 9/23 Butler.......................................A...............T 23 9/30 Mercyhurst...............................H............. W 49 10/7 Catholic....................................A............. W 38 10/14 Georgetown..............................H............. W 27 10/21 St. Joseph’s............................H*............. W 39 10/28 Drake......................................H............. W 38 11/4 Valparaiso................................A............. W 55 11/11 Evansville.................................H............. W 38 NCAA Playoffs 11/18 John Carroll..............................H............. W 35 11/25 Millikin.....................................H............. W 28 12/2 St. John’s.................................H............. W 28 12/9 Union.......................................N............. W 17 1990 (11-1) 9/8 John Carroll..............................A............. W 45 9/15 Anderson..................................H............. W 52 9/22 Butler.......................................H............. W 14 9/29 Mercyhurst...............................A............. W 50 10/6 Iona.........................................H............. W 49 10/13 Drake (HC)...............................H............. W 28 10/20 Gannon....................................H............. W 65 10/27 Northwood...............................A............. W 19 11/3 Urbana....................................H............. W 62 11/10 Ferrum.....................................H............. W 42 NCAA Playoffs 11/17 Augustana................................H............. W 24 11/24 Allegheny.................................A.............. L 23 1991 (13-1) Div. III NATIONAL FINALIST 9/7 Urbana....................................H............. W 42 9/14 John Carroll..............................H............. W 24 9/21 Anderson..................................H............. W 50 9/28 Mercyhurst...............................H............. W 48 10/12 Drake......................................A............. W 13 10/19 Northwood.............................H*............. W 21 10/26 Gannon....................................A............. W 35 11/2 Ferrum.....................................A............. W 31 11/9 Hofstra.....................................H............. W 14 11/16 Evansville.................................A............. W 48 NCAA Playoffs 11/23 Baldwin-Wallace ......................H............. W 27 11/30 Allegheny.................................A...........ot W 28 12/7 St. John’s.................................H............. W 19 12/14 Ithaca......................................N.............. L 20 1992 (10-1) 9/12 Wisconsin-Platteville ................H............. W 48 9/19 Wheaton..................................A............. W 44 9/26 Urbana....................................A............. W 45 10/3 Mt. St. Joseph...........................H............. W 47 10/10 Mercyhurst...............................H............. W 42 10/17 Drake....................................H*............. W 38 10/24 Thomas More...........................H............. W 18 10/31 Evansville.................................H............. W 40 11/7 Hofstra.....................................A............. W 24 11/14 Mt. Senario..............................H............. W 62 NCAA Playoffs 11/21 Mt. Union.................................H.............. L 10

0 7 34 0 10 7 12 13 6 7 35 3 7 23 0 14 7 21 14 6 0 10 16 0 7 28 21 10 0 16 20 0 0 10 22 14 31 0 7 7 21 0 6 6 12 7 6 10 23 7 34 0 3 0 0 14 9 7 15 13 6 27

1993 (9-1) PFL CHAMPIONS 9/11 Wisconsin-Platteville.................H............. W 31 9/18 Wheaton..................................H............. W 31 9/25 San Diego................................H............. W 30 10/2 Mt. St. Joseph........................... A............. W 24 10/9 Evansville.................................A............. W 13 10/16 Butler.....................................H*............. W 28 10/23 Drake......................................A............. W 35 10/30 Valparaiso................................H............. W 38 11/6 Urbana....................................H............. W 49 11/13 UAB.........................................A.............. L 19

14 8 7 23 6 6 7 10 6 27

1994 (8-2) PFL CO-CHAMPIONS 9/3 Mt. St. Joseph...........................H............. W 50 9/10 UAB.........................................H.............. L 10 9/24 Georgetown, Ky........................A............. W 32 10/1 Evansville.................................H............. W 24 10/8 Wilmington...............................H............. W 42 10/15 Butler.......................................A.............. L 24 10/22 Drake....................................H*............. W 24 10/29 Valparaiso................................A............. W 30 11/5 Concordia.................................H............. W 50 11/12 San Diego................................A............. W 42

14 28 29 0 17 31 7 13 7 24

1995 (9-2) 9/2 Albany.....................................H............. W 40 9/9 San Diego................................H............. W 30 9/16 Towson State............................H............. W 38 9/23 Wisconsin-Platteville................. A............. W 28 9/30 Georgetown, Ky......................H*............. W 55 10/14 Butler.......................................H............. W 49 10/21 Drake......................................A.............. L 23 10/28 Valparaiso................................H............. W 44 11/4 Evansville.................................A............. W 36 11/11 West Virginia State....................H............. W 55 11/18 Wofford...................................A.............. L 24

14 3 0 7 30 13 34 14 10 0 55

1996 (11-0) PFL CHAMPIONS 9/7 Morehead State........................H............. W 52 9/14 Georgetown..............................H............. W 49 9/21 Wisconsin-Platteville ................H............. W 49 9/28 Towson State............................A............. W 24 10/5 Evansville.................................A............. W 42 10/12 Robert Morris.........................H*............. W 31 10/19 Butler.......................................A............. W 30 10/26 Drake......................................H............. W 19 11/2 Valparaiso................................A............. W 37 11/9 Wofford...................................H............. W 38 11/16 San Diego................................A............. W 40

6 6 27 17 0 21 10 16 35 14 34

1997 (9-1) PFL CHAMPIONS 9/6 Georgetown..............................A............. W 45 9/13 Monmouth...............................H............. W 51 9/23 Robert Morris ..........................A............. W 16 9/27 Morehead State........................A............. W 42 10/4 Butler.......................................H............. W 42 10/11 Drake......................................A............. W 14 10/18 San Diego (HC).........................H............. W 49 10/25 Valparaiso................................H............. W 34 11/1 Evansville.................................H............. W 49 11/15 Cal Poly SLO.............................A.............. L 24

21 16 13 28 7 13 25 13 13 44

1998 (6-4) 9/5 Monmouth............................... A............. W 31 9/12 Robert Morris...........................H............. W 31 9/19 Austin Peay..............................A.............. L 17 9/26 Morehead................................H.............. L 34 10/3 Butler.......................................A............. W 31 10/10 Drake......................................H.............. L 21 10/17 St. Joseph’s............................H*.............. L 17 10/24 Valparaiso................................A............. W 23 11/7 Towson State............................H............. W 43 11/14 San Diego................................A............. W 35

14 22 21 35 27 28 30 16 42 27

1999 (6-4) PFL CHAMPIONS 9/4 McKendree ..............................H.............. L 31 9/11 Robert Morris...........................A.............. L 7 9/18 Austin Peay..............................H............. W 49 9/25 Morehead................................ A.............. L 39 10/2 Butler.....................................H*............. W 42 10/9 San Diego................................H............. W 41 10/16 Drake......................................A............. W 20 10/23 St. Joseph’s .............................H............. W 35 10/30 Valparaiso................................H............. W 34 11/6 Towson ....................................A.............. L 27

38 34 21 50 7 0 14 6 10 30

2000 (8-3) PFL CO-CHAMPIONS 8/31 Tiffin........................................H............. W 35 9/9 Ohio Northern..........................H............. W 52 9/16 Yale.........................................A.............. L 6 9/23 Morehead State........................H............. W 55 9/30 Butler.......................................A............. W 43 10/7 Austin Peay..............................A............. W 42 10/14 Robert Morris...........................H.............. L 13 10/21 Drake......................................H............. W 41 10/28 St. Joseph’s..............................H............. W 47 11/4 Valparaiso................................A.............. L 15 11/11 San Diego................................A............. W 27

12 31 42 14 26 7 17 13 0 16 14

2001 (10-1) PFL CHAMPIONS 9/1 St. Francis, Pa...........................H............. W 70 9/8 Robert Morris...........................A............. W 38 9/22 Morehead State........................A............. W 42 9/29 Duquesne.................................A............. W 42 10/6 San Diego................................H............. W 35 10/13 Butler.......................................H............. W 42 10/20 Drake......................................A............. W 24 10/27 Canisius....................................H............. W 56 11/3 Valparaiso................................H............. W 49 11/10 St. Mary’s (CA)......................... A.............. L 7 PFL Championship Game 11/17 Jacksonville..............................H............. W 46 2002 (11-1) DIV. I-AA MID-MAJOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONS PFL CHAMPIONS 9/7 St. Francis, Pa........................... A............. W 39 9/14 Robert Morris...........................H............. W 24 9/21 Austin Peay..............................A............. W 42 9/28 Duquesne.................................H.............. L 28 10/5 Butler.......................................H............. W 41 10/12 Valparaiso................................A............. W 52 10/19 Drake......................................H............. W 35 10/26 Tiffin........................................A............. W 35 11/2 Canisius....................................H............. W 42 11/9 Morehead State........................H............. W 30 11/16 San Diego................................A............. W 27 PFL Championship Game 11/23 Morehead State........................A............. W 28

0 7 22 16 14 7 23 18 3 41 14

0 10 0 35 0 3 7 20 6 20 17 0

YEAR BY YEAR 2003 (9-2) 8/28 St. Joseph’s..............................H............. W 76 9/6 Morehead State........................A............. W 12 9/13 Ohio Northern..........................H............. W 42 9/20 Austin Peay..............................H............. W 35 9/27 St. Peter’s.................................H............. W 47 10/4 Davidson..................................A............. W 32 10/11 Valparaiso................................H.............. L 28 10/18 Tiffin........................................H............. W 27 10/25 Butler.......................................A............. W 40 11/1 Drake......................................A............. W 31 11/8 San Diego................................H.............. L 30

20 0 7 13 6 25 33 23 0 15 41

2004 (7-3) 9/2 Tiffin........................................H............. W 38 9/11 Morehead State........................H............. W 28 9/18 Yale.........................................H.............. L 17 9/25 Austin Peay..............................A............. W 40 10/2 Davidson..................................H............. W 45 10/9 Valparaiso................................A............. W 38 10/16 Robert Morris...........................A............. W 29 10/23 Butler.......................................H............. W 49 10/30 Drake......................................H.............. L 6 11/6 San Diego................................A.............. L 35

9 0 24 0 27 7 12 10 13 38

2005 (9-1) 9/3 Tiffin........................................A............. W 38 9/10 Wittenberg...............................H............. W 41 9/17 Austin Peay..............................H............. W 46 9/24 Morehead State........................A............. W 42 10/1 Jacksonville..............................H............. W 49 10/8 Drake......................................A............. W 25 10/15 San Diego................................H.............. L 24 10/22 Valparaiso................................H............. W 52 10/29 Davidson..................................A............. W 45 11/5 Butler.......................................A............. W 41

0 23 0 7 17 17 48 7 15 7

2006 (4-6) 9/2 Robert Morris...........................H............. W 21 9/9 Wittenberg...............................A............. W 35 9/23 Austin Peay..............................H............. W 28 9/30 Butler.......................................A.............. L 20 10/7 Morehead State........................H.............. L 15 10/14 Jacksonville..............................A.............. L 21 10/21 Davidson..................................A.............. L 36 10/28 Drake......................................H.............. L 9 11/4 Valparaiso................................H............. W 51 11/11 San Diego................................A.............. L 14

14 28 23 23 22 28 37 21 7 56

2007 (11-1)

DIV. I-AA MID-MAJOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONS PFL CHAMPIONS

9/1 Robert Morris .........................A........... W 23 12 9/8 Urbana.................................. H........... W 45 7 9/15 Central State.......................... H........... W 40 0 9/22 Fordham.................................A........... W 31 24 9/29 Morehead State.......................A.............L 35 42 10/6 Jacksonville............................ H........... W 49 3 10/13 Davidson................................ H........... W 38 28 10/20 Valparaiso...............................A........... W 33 7 10/27 San Diego.............................. H........... W 35 16 11/3 Butler..................................... H........... W 61 0 11/10 Drake.....................................A........... W 34 27 Gridiron Classic 12/1 Albany................................... H........... W 42 21

2008 (9-3) 8/31 Central State...........................A........... W 31 12 9/13 Fordham................................ H........... W 23 20 9/20 Robert Morris......................... H........... W 31 14 9/27 Duquesne................................A.............L 16 24 10/4 Campbell................................ H........... W 42 0 10/11 Drake.................................... H........... W 27 9 10/18 Davidson.................................A........... W 41 22 10/25 Valparaiso.............................. H........... W 43 7 11/1 San Diego...............................A........... W 30 22 11/8 Butler......................................A........... W 28 21 OT. 21 OT 11/15 Morehead State...................... H.............L 13 14 11/22 Jacksonville.............................A.............L 14 19

2009 (9-2) PFL CO-CHAMPIONS

9/12 Urbana....................................H.............. L 10 9/19 Robert Morris...........................A............. W 21 9/26 Duquesne.................................H............. W 24 10/3 Morhead State..........................A............. W 30 10/10 Campbell..................................A............. W 35 10/17 Davidson..................................H............. W 17 10/24 Valporaiso................................A............. W 38 10/31 San Diego................................H............. W 21 11/7 Butler.......................................H.............. L 28 11/14 Drake......................................A............. W 23 11/21 Marist......................................H............. W 27

13 14 17 15 17 0 7 14 31 6 16

* - Homecoming Game (Please note there is no Homecoming Game following 1999 season.)

2010 FLYER FOOTBALL

1988 (9-2) 9/10 Wittenberg...............................H............. W 35 9/17 Georgetown..............................H............. W 23 9/24 Butler.......................................H.............. L 17 10/1 Drake......................................A............. W 29 10/8 Catholic....................................H............. W 44 10/15 Mercyhurst...............................A............. W 35 10/22 Ferris State.............................H*............. W 26 10/29 Wisconsin-Stout ......................H............. W 40 11/5 Valparaiso................................H............. W 55 11/12 Evansville.................................A............. W 47 NCAA Playoffs 11/12 Wittenberg...............................H............ ot L 28

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44th Aeros Abilene Christian Adrian Akron UAB Albany Allegheny Anderson Antioch Aquinas Ashland Augustana Austin Peay Baldwin-Wallace Ball State Bethany Boston College Brown Bucknell Buffalo Butler Cal Poly SLO California State Camp Lejeune Campbell Canisius Capital Carnegie Tech Carnegie-Mellon Catholic Cedarville Central Central A.C. Central Michigan Central State Chattanooga Cincinnati Concordia Davidson Davis & Elkins Dayton Varsity Dayton YMCA Deaf Mutes Denison DePaul DePauw Detroit Detroit Tech Drake Dubuque Duquesne Earlham Earlham Reserves East Carolina Eastern Kentucky Evansville Ferris State Ferrum Findlay Fordham franklin Frostburg Gannon Georgetown, KY Germantown Hamilton

2 0 0 1917 1 0 0 1964 4 0 0 1987 2 2 0 1977 0 2 0 1994 2 0 0 2007 2 1 0 1991 4 0 0 1991 5 3 0 1915 3 0 0 1917 4 1 0 1981 3 1 0 1990 7 1 0 2006 7 2 0 1991 1 2 0 1976 0 1 0 1921 3 16 1 1975 0 1 0 1928 1 2 0 1982 4 1 1 1981 25 9 1 2009 0 1 0 1997 2 0 0 1981 0 1 0 1952 2 0 0 2009 4 6 0 2002 1 0 0 1987 0 1 0 1924 1 0 0 1978 2 0 0 1989 4 0 0 1922 1 0 0 1987 0 1 0 1909 0 2 0 1974 4 1 0 2008 4 5 1 1955 17 15 1 1971 1 0 0 1994 7 1 0 2009 2 0 0 1932 1 0 0 1906 1 0 0 1906 3 1 0 1916 3 0 0 1933 0 3 0 1936 4 1 0 1987 3 7 1 1964 1 0 0 1941 22 4 0 2009 1 0 0 1986 4 3 0 2009 2 2 1 1922 1 0 0 1910 0 2 0 1974 3 4 0 1978 10 0 0 1997 5 0 0 1988 3 0 0 1991 6 0 0 1942 4 0 0 2008 1 0 0 1908 4 0 0 1987 2 0 0 1991 10 3 0 1997 1 0 0 1906 1 0 0 1906

Hanover Haskell Indians Heidelberg hillsdale Hofstra Holy Cross Houston Indiana Central Indiana State Iona Iowa State Iowa State Teachers Ithaca Jacksonville James Madison Jersey City John Carroll Kent State Kentucky Kenyon Lafayette Lane Lawrence Lebanon Liberty Baptist Louisville Loyola Maine Marietta Marist Marshall Marysville McKendree McNeese State Mercantile A.C. Merchant Marine Mercyhurst Miami, Ohio Miamisburg A.C Milikin Mississippi Southern Monmouth Morehead State Morris-Harvey Mount Saint Joseph Mount Senario Mount Union Muskingum Naval Reserve Nelson College Nevada North Carolina State North Dakota North Dakota State North Texas State Northeast Louisiana Northern Illinois Northern Michigan Northwood Notre Dame Oakwood Oglethorpe Ohio Ohio Northern Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma City Olivet Nazarene

1 1 0 1931 2 1 0 1927 2 0 0 1942 1 0 0 1941 2 0 0 1922 1 9 0 1962 0 1 0 1951 2 0 0 1929 1 1 0 1976 1 0 0 1990 0 1 0 1922 1 0 0 1948 2 1 0 1991 3 2 0 2008 1 0 0 1979 1 0 0 1982 15 5 3 1991 3 6 0 1969 0 1 0 1950 3 0 0 1983 0 1 0 1923 1 0 0 1981 1 0 0 1981 0 1 0 1907 1 1 0 1979 11 14 0 1977 2 2 0 1928 1 0 0 1978 0 2 0 1923 1 0 0 2009 16 6 0 1976 1 0 0 1982 0 1 0 1999 1 0 0 1975 1 0 0 1908 2 0 0 1980 8 1 0 1992 9 28 3 1978 1 0 1 1908 1 0 0 1989 1 2 0 1956 2 0 0 1956 10 5 0 2009 2 0 0 1934 3 0 0 1994 1 0 0 1992 0 2 0 1992 1 3 0 1928 1 0 0 1918 1 0 0 1908 1 0 0 1949 0 1 0 1956 1 0 0 1941 1 0 0 1957 1 0 0 1952 1 0 0 1976 1 0 0 1969 1 0 0 1966 2 0 0 1991 0 0 1 1931 0 1 0 1906 0 2 0 1930 8 14 0 1970 7 1 0 2003 6 3 0 1940 0 0 1 1948 0 2 0 1984

Otterbein Quantico Marines Richmond Rio Grand Riverdale Robert Morris Rose Poly Saint Louis Salisbury State Samford San Diego Scranton Slippery Rock South Dakota State Southern Illinois St. Bonaventure St. Francis, PA St. Ignatius St. Johnis St. Josephís, IN St. Maryís, CA St. Norbert St. Patrickís St. Peterís Steele Tampa Taylor Temple Tennessee Thomas More Tiffin Tippecanoe Toledo Towson Transylvania UD Alumni Union Urbana Valparaiso Villanova VMI Wabash Wagner Wayne State West Carrollton West Virginia State West Virginia Wesleyan Western Kentucky Western Michigan Western Reserve Western Reserve Wheaton Wichita Widener Wilmington UW-Platteville UW-Stevens Point UW-Stout UW-Superior Wittenberg Wofford Xavier Yale Youngstown

5 2 0 1984 3 6 0 1965 4 0 0 1966 1 0 0 1924 0 1 0 1924 10 2 0 2009 1 0 0 1922 1 0 0 1948 1 0 0 1982 2 0 0 1986 13 4 0 2009 2 0 0 1949 3 1 0 1984 1 0 0 1977 2 3 1 1974 3 2 0 1951 2 0 0 2002 2 1 0 1922 2 0 0 1991 7 2 0 2003 0 1 1 2001 4 0 0 1987 3 0 0 1911 1 0 0 2003 0 1 0 1909 0 1 0 1971 1 0 0 1984 2 2 0 1976 0 4 0 1955 1 0 0 1992 5 0 0 2005 0 2 0 1905 12 11 0 1976 3 1 0 1999 4 2 0 1940 4 0 0 1919 1 0 0 1989 5 1 0 2009 17 2 0 2009 4 5 0 1977 1 0 0 1972 3 1 0 1985 0 1 0 1987 1 0 0 1982 1 0 0 1908 1 0 0 1995 3 1 0 1986 0 2 0 1975 1 0 0 1942 1 0 0 1946 2 2 0 1940 2 0 0 1993 6 4 0 1963 1 1 0 1981 17 5 1 1994 4 0 0 1996 1 0 0 1986 2 0 0 1988 4 0 0 1983 14 6 0 2006 1 1 0 1996 21 27 4 1973 0 2 0 2004 9 0 0 1977


Abdoo, Greg (1969) Abel, Chad (1995) Abromowitz, David (1934) Accrocco, Joseph (1942, 1946) Achiu, Walter (1922-25) Adair, Jeff (1974-77) Adams, Bill (1967, 1969-70) Adams, Daniel (1932) Adams, John (1982) Adelberg, Albert (1915) Adelberg, Louis (1918) Adkins, Al (1958-59) Agnew, Wally (1963) Akau, James (1950-52) Alber, Tim (1986-88) Allen, Dave (2008-09) Alexander, Scot (1989-91) Alexander, Seburn (1935) Alig, Chuck (1985) Allen, Elverage “Sonny” (1968-71) Allen, Larry (1975) Allgeier, John (1985-86) Alamendinger, Brad (2002-03) Alston, Mark (1915) Ambrose, Kirk (1979-81) Ameduri, Bob (1963) Amersbach, Joseph (1921) Amorini, Mark (1971) Anawalt, Jack (1910) Anderson, Chris (2000,2002-03) Anderson, Leon (1914) Anderson, William (1968) Andras, Joseph (1927-29) Andrasih, Joseph (1936-39) Andrews, Trevor (1995-97) Andrick, Dan (1967-68) Andrick, Dennis (1967) Andryc, Jon (2006-07) Andzik, Al (1963) Ansberry, Tim (1959-60) Antil, Theodore (1974) Antoon, Bob (1985-86) Archer, Walter (1914-15) Arling, Jayson (1999-01) Armbruster, Marty (1932-34) Armstrong, A. Stuart (1928-29) Armstrong, Larry (1979-81) Armstrong, Ted (1931-33) Artuso, Wayne (2004) Ashmore, Jeff (1985-86) Avery, William F. (1912-13) Axley, Bill (1967, 1970)

B

Babione, Dale (1947-49) Bache, Elmer (1936-39) Bacher, Dick (1963) Bachus, Ray (1965) Bachus, Williams (1946) Baczenas, Eugene (1917-1918) Bagdonis, John (1933-34) *Bailey, Jermaine (2001) *Bailey, Mike (1975-79) Bailey, Mike (2000) Bailey, Rich (1965) Bailin, Bryan (2008-09) Bair, Billy (2008-09) Baird, Gary (1970) Bakas, Art (1926-28) Baker, Carl (1915) Baldwin, Brian (1974-76) *Baldwin, Kevin (1970-73) Ball, Tony (2005) Balogun, Bo (2006-07) Balzer, Greg (1973-76) Banister, Joseph (1948-50) Banks, Willard (1936-39) Barb, Sam (1997-99) Barger, Randy (1982-84) Barr, Jim (1969)

Bass, Albert (1968, 1970-71) Bates, Tim (1999-01) Batts, Marvin (1976-78) Bauer, John (1930-32) Baughman, Mark (1968) Baujan, Frank (1936-39) Baum, Jeremy (1996-97) Bauman, Charlie (1928) Bazany, Greg (1979-82) Bean, Sam (1978) Beck, Joe (1979-82) Becker, Larry (1967) Becker, Russell (1921) Belanger, Sean (2008-09) *Belanich, Frank (1923-26) Belanich, Joe (1959-60) Belcher, Eric (1994-96) Bell, Kevin (2009) Bellman, Luke (2008-09) Bemis (1913) Benbow, Charles (1937) Bendoff, Angelo (1996) Benoit, Kevin (2006) Bentley, Andy (1999-01, 2002) Berfeld, Bart (2007-08) Berghoff, Edward (1917) Berghoff, John (1911) Berghoff, Walter (1913-14) Bergman, Harry (1942) Berkemeier, Tom (1979-80) Bernard, Mike (1987-88) Berry, Jack (1981-83) Bertke, Dan “Boone” (1972) Bertrand, Richard (1950-52) Bettinger, John (1953-55) Bianchi, John (1990-91) Bickel, Brent (1994-95) Bierbuyck, Jerry (1966-68) Bierdeman, Ralph (1970-73) Bihary, Jesse (1998) Bikowski, Blake (2004-07) Bilyk, Tom (1976-78) Billett, Ohmer (1919-20) Birkholz, Mike (1970) Bishop, Geoff (1997-98) Bitsko, Mickey (1963-64) Black, Dale (1922) Blair, Todd (1999-01) Blaire, Walter (1910-11) Blake, James (1925) Blake, William (1922-23, 1925) Blanchett, Edward (1917) Blommel, Bob (1956) *Blubaugh, Jim (1964-66) Blue, Tyler (2005-07) Blum, Paul (1916) Bockenstette, Ken (1953-55) Boeke, Linus (1924-27) Boemer, Roy (1935) Boerschinge, Marvin (1924) Bok, Arthur (1946-49) Bolbach, Dennis (1963, 1966-67) Bongivengo, Frank (1957-59) Bonner, Kam (2008-09) Boothe, David (1982-84) Borchers, Sean (1999-01, 2002) Bordegon, Kevin (1999-01) Borerman, Mike (1970) Borgerding, Robert (1968) Borgert, Fred (1968-70) Bossart, Ken (1969, 1971) Bosse, Joe (1999) Bosse, Jon (2004) Bost, Charles (1922-23) Bosway, Steve (1954-56) Box, Chip (1970) Bowersock, Tyler (2000-01,2002) Bowyer, Scott (1979-80) Boxwell, Kenneth (1946-48) Boykin, Jordan (2009) Bradley, Ben (1963-64)

Bradley, Joe (1963) Bradley, Scott (1983) Bradley, William (1968, 1970-71) Brady, Will (2006-07) Brandel, Frederick (1931) Brandewie, Nathan (2009) Brant, Dan (1942, 1946) Brazee, William (1968) Brennan, Terry (1969) Brenner, Richard (1964) Bringard, Greg (1965-68) Brinkman, Norman (1928-29) Brisse, Bernie (1932) Britlinger, Shea (2008-09) Broadstone, Raymond (1913-14) Brockberg, Matt (2008-09) Broering, Jack (1971) Broerman, Mike (1970) Brohm, Dennis (1970, 1972-73) Broomhall, Sam (1908-09) Bronzi, Chuck (1962-64) Brower, Jason (1992-95) *Brown, Al (1967-70) Brown, Jack (1922-23) Brown, Jesse (1976) Brown, Steve (1992) Brownlee, Kris (2006-07) Brumbaugh, Jacob (2008-09) Bruno, Nate (1959-60) Brunswick John (1980-81) Bryan, George (1916) Buck, Mark (1989-91) Buckert, Dennis (1964-67) Buda, Terry (1974) Budzik, Ron (1960-62) Buhler, Kyle (2001) Bukky, John (1962-64) Bullard, John (1984-85) Burdette, Greg (1976) Burdick, John (1969) Burgemeister, Charles (1968) Burger, Bobby (2007 Burke, Bernie (1954-56) Burke, Francis (1968) *Burkhardt, Jake (1969-72) Burns, Brad (1988-91) Burns, Kevin (2007-09) Burton, Chad (2005-07) Busch, Ralph (1915-16) Busch, Shawn (1986-88) Busciglio, Michael (1929-31) Bush, Jerry (1954, 1956) Bush, Tom (2008) Bushman, Tom (1962-64) Busse, Frank (2008-09) Butler, Bryce (1997-98) Butler, Dave (1966) Butler, Richard (1965) Byer, Burke (2000-01) Byrne, Thomas (1923)

C

Cabrinha, August (1923-26) *Cabrinha, Joseph (1928-30) Caho, Bill (1951-53) Callahan, Jerry (1956) Callahan, Joe (1954-55) *Callahan, John (1947-50) Callinan, Rick (1979-81) Calloway, Tony (1978) Camacno, Ty (1993) Cameron, Jack (1987-90) Campbell, Scott (1973) Canestro, Ron (1966, 1969) Cannarozzi, Bob (1961-63) *Cannarozzi, Lou (1948-51) Cantrell Anthony (1994) Carbon, John (1970) Cardon, Tony (1973-75) Carlson, Steve (1985-86) Carmello, Felix (1964, 1967) *Carolan, Leo (1909)

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Carr, Howard (1936-39) Carrig, Frank (1906) Carroll, Thomas (1951-52) Carter, John (1963) Carver, Kevin (1968, 1971) Casey, Thomas (1917) Castandeda, Joe (2007-08) Catanzaro, Mike (1968) Caulfield, Raymond (1922-25) Cawley, Al (1966) Cevasco, Zack (2009) *Chamberlin, Rick (1975-78) Champa, Matt (2005-07) Chaney, Claude (1955-57) Chaney, Claude (1975-78) Chaney, Chris (1980-81) Chaney, John (1951-52) *Chew, Frank (1963-65) Childress, Gary (1965) Chmiel, Henry (1938) Chontos, Don (1954, 1956) Christensen, Norb (1946) Christopfel, Bob (1967, 1969-70) *Christy, Robert (1989-92) Churchman, Dave (1964) Ciano, Gus (1966) *Ciccolella, Mike (1962-64) Cikulin, Nick (1984-86) Cilek, Greg (1973) Clancy, Kevin (1971) Clark, Joe D. (1974-77) Clark, Ken (1963) Clark, Josh (1998-99) Clark, Louis (1905) Clark, Louis (1908-12) Clark, Scott (1963) Clark, Woody (1976) Clary, Sean (2009) *Cleary, James (1931-32) Cleary, John “Jack” (1948-50) Cleland, Luke (1999) *Clemens, Ed (1950-52) Clemens, W.C. (2008) Cline, Zack (1994-96) Clinker, Bernard (1951-52) Clouse, Greg (1970) Coates, Marty (1963-66) Coates, Marty (2000-01) Cobb, Andrew (2009) Cocco, Jason (1993-95) Cochran, James (1974) Cohen, A.J. (1999-00) Colan, Joe (1929-31) Colburn, Jim (1964) Collins, Andre (1984-86) Collins, Nick (2008-09) Collison, Blane (1981-83) Colvin, Marcus (1999-02) Combs, Gordon (1968) Commings, Ted (1928-30) Comollo, Leo (1923-25) Conforti, Jake (2008-09) Conley, Doug (1980-82) Conley, Kevin (1973-75) Conliffe, Ken (1963, 1966) Connor, Pat (1958-60) Conners, Ray (1931-33) Conrad, Julian (1962-63) Conradson, Paul (1997-99) Consedine, John (1963) *Coode, Bob (1991-93) Cook, Lonnie (1994) Coombs, Kerry (1981-82) Cooper, Gary (1976-78) Corbett, Stan (1932-34) Corcoran, Tom (2009) Corrado, Dennis (1965)

Cospy, Dorbin (1973) Costell, Carl (1938-40) Costello, Tom (1961, 1963) Costignola, Jack (1941-42, 1946) Cotton, Fest (1968-71) Cowan, Chris (2002-04) Cox, Paul (1964) Cox, Richard (1986-87) *Cramer, Brandon (2004-07) Cramer, Dave (1976) Cramer, Fred (1930-32) Crates, Britton (1994-95) Crawford, Andre (2008-09) Crawford, Robert (1950-51) Creamer, Jeff (1993) Creedon, Charles (1911-12) Crenshaw, Randy (1999-01) Crill, Matt (1992) Crimmins, John (1908) Crimmins, Mike (1997-99) Croghan, Doug (1993-94) Croghan, Jim (2006-07) Crossin, John (1911) Crotty, John (1969) *Crow, Brad (1985-88) Crum, Ted (1970) Crush, Howard (1927) Csizma, Emery (1950) Cugliari, Brian (2008-09) Cugliari, Nick (1980-81) Cumberlander, Chauncey (1997-98) Cummings, Randy (1987-88) Curran, Jim (1940) Currin, Brian (2002) Currin, James (1950-52) Currin, Patrick (1951-52) Curtin, Tom (1956-57) Curtis, Walter (1917) Cutcher, William (1952) Cuthbert, Brett (1988-91) Cutler, Joel (1996-97) Cvelbar, Mark (1985-86) Cyphers, Bob (1960)

D

Dacey, Paul (1953-55) Dahlinghaus, Matt (1970-72) Dahm, Joe (1964, 1967) *Dahn, Richard (1946-48) *Dailey, Byron J. (1974-77) Dailey, Don (1970, 1972-73) Dale, Harry (1976) Dale, John (1976) Dalman, Phil (1968) Daniels, John (1991-93) Danver, Dale (1969) Dartt, Donald (1952-53) Dauberman, Chucky (1995-97) Dauberman, Travis (1997-00) Daugherty, Joe (1967, 1970) Daugherty, Michael (1907-09) Davis, Darryl (1972) Davis, Scott (1974) Day, Charlie (1988-89) Day, David (1964) Dearth, Chris (2001-04) Dearth, Eric (2000-03) Debesis, John (1924-27) DeBoer, Phil (2008-09) DeBoise, Grant (1997) DeFabio, Jim (1954-56) Dehler, Charles (1926-28) Deime, Gery (1974) Deja, Marcus (2005-07) DeLoddere, Josh (2004-05) DeLong, Rob (1992-94) Delp, John (1947-49) *DeMarco, Bob (1959-60)

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Dence, Robert (2004-05) Derivan, Joseph (1910) *Deters, Matt (1992-95) *Devereaux, John (1912-13) Devito, Andy (2002, 2003) DeWitt, Jay (1989-90) DiCiacco, Nick (1946) Dickerhoof, Dave (1983-84) Dickey, Gareth (1979-82) Dietz, Hank (1980) *DiGiacomo, Pat (1986-89) *Dillon, Leo (1969-70) Dimitry, Ed (1974, 1976-77) Diorio, Rob (1983-85) Dix, Matt (1992) *Dixon, Roger (1976) Dobbins, Robert (1946-47) Dolan, Leo (1914, 1916-17) Domicone, Fred, (1980-81) Donaghy, Russ (1917) Donahue, Greg (1975) Donley, Bob (1961-62) Donley, Leo (1937) Donnelly, Arthur (1917) Donnelly, Robert (1965) Dorenkott, Brian (1976-78) Downton, John (1972) Doyle, Connan “Koke” (1922-23, 1925) Drayton, Phil (1970-72) Dregne, Jim (1964) Dreup, Dale (1978) Dressell, Larry (1965) Drobnich, Joe (1980-82) Drobnick, Ed (1991-92) Drury, John (1909) Dryden, Elwood (1939-40) Ducato, Jim (1953-55) Ducbak, John (1929-30) Duda, Bob (1964) Duff, Chad (1995-97) Duffy, Joseph (1926-27) *Dugan, Fred (1955-57) Dundala, Ron (1973-76) Dunlap, Nick (2002,2003) Dunlavy, Sean (1983) Dunn, Brandon (2009) Dunn, Robert (1948-49) *Durbin, Dick (1951-53) Duvic, Mike (1986-89) Duvic, Tim (1992-94) Dwyer, Edward (1920-21) Dwyer, Herbert (1917-18) Dwyer, James (1918) Dybis, Jack (1989-90) Dysert Trent (2000) Dzalamanow, Mike (1971)

E

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Earhart, John (1971-73) Earley, Tim (1987-88) Easter, Steve (1976) Eddy, Shawn (1998-00) Edick, Don (1957-58) *Edgington, Ted (1985-87) Edwards, Mark (1974-77) Edwards, Robert (1974) Eisele, George (1923) Eisele, Herbert “Skeeter” (1922-23) Elder, Jeff (1980) Elger, Owen (2008-09) Ellison, Jim (1970, 1972-73) *Ellison, Mark (1967-70) Elmore, Jordan (2009) Elsbernd, Mark (1976-77) Emerick, Rex (1905-06) English, Art (1965) Enners, Rick (1976) Erlanger, Craig (1982-84) Ernst, Tony (1992-94)

*Esposito, Barry (1992-94) Estey, Ben (2009) Eubank, Tim (1985-88) Evans, Joseph (1914-15) Evans, Walt (1974-75, 1977)

F

Fackler, Chris (2001-03) Fackler, Paul (2009) Fahy, Leo (1933-35) Fair, Dale “Dusty” (1974-76) Fairchild, Lon (1985) Falk, Will (2008) Falkenbach, Eugene (1919) Fallen, Destry (1982-83, 1985) Fallis, Jeff (2000-02) Farber, Leo (1939-40) Farrell, Frank (1912-13) Farrell, Thomas (1914) Farrell, Vincent (1912) Farren, Walter (1920) Fass, Henry (1918, 1920) Faucette, Dick (1967) Faust, Gerry (1956-57) Fazzone, Dominic (1963) *Fearn, Harold (1930-32) Fecke, Ted (1973) Fedyk, Dan (2004-05) Fenton, Jim (1940-42) Ferlic, George (1965-68) Ferrara, Fred (1921) Finn, Frank (1973) Finn, P. Douglas (1926-28) Finotti, Ron (1955-57) Fiorita, James (1939-41) *Fischer, Roy (1952-53) Fisher, Albert (1922) Fitz, Mike (1982) Fitz, Mike (2001,2002) Fitz, Raymond (1936-38) Fitzsimmons, Darrel (1930-32) Flanaghan, Joseph (1917) Flannagan, Ed (1930) Fleischman, Ralph (1949-50) Fleming, Matt, (1991) Flippin, Joe (1964) Flohre, Ron (1978-80) *Florian, Rob (2006-08) Fluharty, Chris (1994-95) Fogarty, Howard (1920-21) Fogarty, Timmy (2008-09) Fogarty, William (1911-12) Fontana, Tim (1992) Forrer, Toby (1995) Forys, Bob (1975) Fosnaught, Bob (1961-62) Foster, Floyd (1905) Fouse, Dale (1975-78) Fox, Bob (1966, 1969) France, Jude (1991, 1993-94) Frankenstein, Richard (1931) Franklin, Jerry (1970-73) Frank, Jared (2003-05) Franks, Bill (1989-91) Fratoe, Joe (1981-82) Frazier, Jim (1969-71) Frazie, Merphie (1974-77) *Frederick, Calude (1908) Frericks, Mike (1981) French, Cletus (1936-39) French, Greg (1983-85) Fricke, Dan (1995-98) Freidrich, Tyler (2007-09) Froebe, Kenton (2008-09) Fry, Bertrand (1922) Fuerst, Mark (2006-07) Fullam, John (1971) *Fullenkamp, Jay (1996-97) Fullenkamp, Jim (1979-80)

Fuller, Dan (1971) Fullerton, Scott (1989-91) Furman, Aaron (2000-02) Fulweiler, Gerald (1922-24) Fulweiler, Harold (1913) Fumagalli, Drew (2006-09) Fumagalli, Ross (2008-09) Furbay, Phillip (2008) Furia, Bob (1970) Furst, Tony (1937-39)

G

Gabel, Harold (1951-53) Gabler, Carl (1915) Gaking, Charles (1933) Galiardi, Lou (1967-68) Gallaher, Thomas (1924-27) Galvin, Nick (2009) Garcia, Santos (1936) Garland, Alex (1927) Gass, Charles (1922) Gates, Jaime (1984) Gauldin, Carl (1935) Genard, Alex (1915-16) George, David (1998-00) George, Fred (1936-39) George, Jim (1962-63) George, Pat (1982) Georges, John (1908) Geppert, Carl (1919) Geran, Tim (1982-83) Gerber, Ernest (1921) Gerhardt, Ken (1971) Gerken, Marc (1973) Giambrone, Lester (1936-39) Gianturco, Charles (1968, 1970) Gibson, Hyman (1975-78) Gilvary, Joseph (1916) Gill, Dan (1931-32) Gillespie, Fred (1908) Gillum, Nik (2008-09) Gilmour, Don (1964) Giogione, Chris (2000-01) Girard, Dave (1969) Gist, JeVaughn (1993) *Glassmeyer, Mike (1995-98) Glavin, Nick (2007-08) Gleason, Patrick (1927-29) Glennon, Richard (1947-49) Glock, Thomas (1938-39) Glocker, Edward (1910) Gniazdowski, Frank (1959-61) Godfrey, Kyle (1986-88) Godsey, Brandon (2005) Godsil, Dave (1985-87) Goers, William (1934-36) Golobish, Ron (1969) Goodfellow, Lance (1992-94) Gooding, Brian (2003, 2004) Goodwin, Tom (1968-69) Gordon, Larry (2008) *Gordon, Roy (1973-75) Gorius, Tom (1963-66) *Gorius, Sean (1995-97) Gorman, Jeff (1992-93) Gorry, George (1930-32) Goss, Bill (1941-42, 1946) Gowan, Ed (1931) *Gowan, Gil (1927-29) Grace, James (1924-27) Graf, Dennis (1965-68) Graham, Thomas (1905) Gray, Harry (1968) Gray, Matt (2007-08) Gray, Tom (1960-62) Green, Dave (1978) *Green, Jackie (1983-86) Greenhorn, John (1967-69) Greiwe, Clarence (1912) Grey, Alex (1996) Grieco, Joe (1961) Grieshop, Ron (1963) Griffis, Justin (2008-09)

Grimes, David (1936-39) Grimes, John (2005-07) Grimes, Turpen (1928) Groat, Scott (1978) Groene, Stan (1942, 1946-47) Groetsema, Bill (2002-04) Grogan, John (1953-55) Groomes, Duke (1971) Grote, Matt (1981-82) Gruden, Jon (1983-85) Gruening, Scott (1975) Gruss, Keith (1999) Gruver, Denis (1966) Guida, Charles (1952-54) Guinto, Mark (2007) Gulick, Joe (2006-08) *Gutbrod, William (1946-49) Gutziowiler, Edmund (1935-37)

H

Haas, Edwin (1914) Hackett, John (1915-16) Hackney, Jason (1996-98) Hagerty, Jack (1981) Haggerty, Jim (1953-54) Halay, Adam (2004-05) Halcomb, Graham (2003) Haley, Dan (1981-83) Hall, Derek (2004-07) Hall, Todd (1981-82) Halligan, Dan (1934-35) Halstead, Tommy (1980-83) Hambell, Gary (1968-71) Hamilton, David (1968) Hamilton, William (1928-29) *Hanby, James (1946-48) Handley, Willie (1966, 1968-69) Haner, Tom (1980-82) Hannegan, H. James (1921) Hannegan, Herb (1922) Hannigan, Thomas (1931-33) Harder, Steve (1987-90) Hardesty, Rick (1997-98) Hardt, Jerry (1960-61) Harestad, Cliff (1957-59) Harker, Donald (1917) Harmeyer, Mike (1983-85) Harmon, Marcus (2008-09) Harn, Harry (1923) Harp, Andy (1978) Harp, Jeff (1981-82) Harper, George (1966, 1969) Harper, Ken (1981) Harper, Ralph (1959-61) Harrington, James (1908-09) Harris, Charles (2001-02) Harris, John (1981-82) Harris, Larry (1968) Harris, Quinten (1994-95) Harris, Taylor (2008-09) Harrison, Dave (1982-83) Hart, Al (1928) Hart, Herbert (1924-27) *Hart, Ignatius (1909-10, 1912) Hart, James (1917) Hart, Mike (1972) Hartke, Alan (2006) Hartley, Bob (1964) Hasty, Rick (1972) Hauer, Bob (1969) Hauser, Greg (1963) Hausfeld, Matt (1994-95) Havas, Don (1964) Hawkins, Adam (2004-05) Hayden, Pat (1970-71, 1973) Hayes, Celestine (1914) Hayes, Matt (1963) Haynes, John (1967-69) Haynes, Rick (1979-82) Heatherton, Bill (1975-78) Heben, Richard (1968-72) Heck, George (1930) *Heckman, Bob (1960-62)

Heenan, Sean (2006-09) Heffernan, Terry (2000-02) Heflin, Jason (1991-92) Heher, Tim (1971-74) Heidelhoff, Eric (2002-04) Heidelhoff, Ryan (2005-06) Heider, Frank (1916-17) Heigel, Dick (1964) Heizman, Brian (2000-03) Helfrich, Albert (1909) Heller, John (1933) Hellyer, Chris (1992) Helman, Wilfred (1930) Hemmelgarn, Kalen (2006-09) Hemmelgarn, Randy (1998-00) Hendricks, Jim (1964) Henne, Fred (1927) Hennessey, Patrick (1927-29) Hennessy, Thomas (1912) Henry, Brett (2001) Henry, Carlton (1972, 1974) Herking, Paul (1942) Herr, Mark (1981-84) Hershman, Matt (1995-97) Hess, Howard (1917) Hess, Theodore (1917) Hetzel, Howard (1916-19) Heyne, Josh (2004-05) Hickey, Bernard (1946-47) Higgins, Chris (1971) Hildreth, Larry (1973) Hilgenberg, Greg (1973-75) Hilgerink, William (1906) Hilinski, Bob (1956-57) Hill, (1921) Hill, Brendan (1991-93) Hill, Mark (1973) *Hinkebein, Nick (1992-94) Hipa, Samuel (1923-26) Hiser, Andy (2001,2002) Hoban, Thomas (1933-34) Hochwalt, George (1917-19) Hoefling, Ray (1933-34) Hoeft, Jack (1964) Hoelzer, Norman (1938) *Hofacre, Kevin (1989-90) Hofacre, Pat (1990-93) Hoge, Bernard (1950) Hogue, Greg (1985) Hohl, Greg (1981-83) Hohne, Mike (1966, 1969) Holcomb, Graham (2003-04) Holland, Gerry (1971) Holland, Larry (1966) Holmes, Tom (1970, 1973) *Holscher, Joseph (1919-20) Holstein, James (1933-35) Holtz, Brian (1994-95) Holtz, David (1992-94) Homan, Joey (2009) *Homoki, Jim (1994-96) *Hoppe, John (2003-06) Hopper, Guy (1968) Horcher, Scott (2006-09) Horlacher, Jim (1964-65) Horne, Tom (1970) Hoskins, Rick (1967) Hoslar, Rick (1966) Houston, Joseph (1914) Hout, Dave (1970) Howard, James (1968-71) Howard, Mike (1978) Howe, Fred (1932-33) Howe, Paul (1985-87) Howse, Ted (1985) Howse, Ted (1981) *Hoyng, Kevin (2004-07) Huber, Dave (1985-57) Hubler (1921) Huelsman, Jay (1989-91) Huelsman, Trent (1995-97)


I

Ireton, Bob (1961-63) Irwin, William (1905)

J

Jackson, Tom (1970) Jacob, Dan (2008-09) Jacoby, John (1907) Jakacki, Tom (2005) Janasek, Joe (2009) Janaszek, Ray (1947-49) Janke, Bob (1969-72) Janosek, Jim (1970, 1973-74) Janszen, August (1909-10) Janus, Paul (1968) Jaye, Steve (1969, 1971-72) Jensen, Jim (1977-78) Jera, Joe (1929-30) Jerina, Harry (1939-40) Jeter, Jim (1981-84) *Johns, Kevin (1995-97) Johnson, Jim (1964) Johnson, Kevin (1976-78) *Johnson, Marvin (1972-75) Johnson, Mike (1971) Johnson, Russell (1950-51) Johnson, William (1920) Johnston, Alex (2008-09) Johnston, Jim (1970-71) Johnston, Jim (1973-75) Jonard, J Michael (2006-07,09) Jones, Damario (2008) Jones, Dave (1973, 1976) Jones, Dave (1985-87) Jones, Doug (2001-04) Jones, Douglas (1963-66) Jones, George “Mike” (1979-80) Jones, Henry (1974-75) Jones, Jake (1996-98) Jones, Ryan (1999-01) Jordan, Richard (1946-47) Jordan, William (1929-31) Josetti, Jeremy (1998-00) Juracek, Ken (1964) Jurkowitz, Dan (1983-85)

K

Kaczkowski, Victor (2009) Kaebnick, Rob (2007) Kadel, Brian (1994-95) Kaiser, Paul (1996-98) Kaltenbach, Alex (2008-09) Ka-Ne, Leroy (1948-50) Kane, Denny (1971-72) *Karas, Emil (1956-58) Karn, Trent (2000-02) Kasmer, Chris (1976) Kasmer, John (1976) Kasmer, Mark (2000-02) *Kasprzycki, Paul (1973-76) Kastilahn, Douglas (1973-74) Katcavage, Bob (1961-63) *Katcavage, Jim (1953-55) Kavanaugh, Tom (1965-68) Kawka, Robert (1932-34) Keaess, Rick (1976) Kearns, Thomas (1909-10) Keefer, Greg (1976)

Keeling, Don (1971-72) Kehoe, Thomas (1917, 1919) *Keiter, Bernard (1939-41) Keller, Bob (1987-90) *Keller, Steve (1991-92) *Kelly, Brian (2004-07) Kelly, Chris (1981-82) Kelly, Frederick (1913) Kelly, George (1960-62) Kelly, John (1931-33) Kelly, William (1936-38) Kemer, Clem (1927) Kemp, David (1981-84) Kemper, Anthony (1909) Kendall, Charles (1926-28) Kendig Adam (2000-02) *Kenneally, Sean (1987-90) Kenny, John (1982-84) Ketron, Kris (2001-02) Keough, Joe (1981) Kern, Kevin (2008-09) Kerwin, Roger (1916) Keys, James (1985-88) *Kiko, Richard (1984-86) Kikta, Paul (1971) Kilbane, Francis (1948-50) Killeen, Thomas (1928) King, Alex (2001-02) Kirk, Kelvin (1973-75) Kirven, Frank (1913) Kisow, Gary (1986-88) Klar, Jason (1994-95) Klaus, Casey (2003-05) Klawonn, Scott (1974) Klear, Ken (1966) *Klein, Henry (1911-12) Kleinhenz, Jerry (1972) Klingensmith, Larry (1961-62) Kloos, David (2008) Klotz, Bob (1971) Klug, Matt (1995) Klys, Adam (1957) Knechtges, C.J. (1919-20) Knechtges, Harlan (1913) *Knechtges, Miles (1921) Knisley, William (1940-42) *Knorr, Larry (1937-39) Knoth, Gregory (1974) Kobie, Daniel (1968, 1971) Kocher, Bob (1965-66) Kochis, William (1917) Kohl, George (1965-68) Kohl, Vic (1930) Kohlmiller, Elmer (1909) Kohstall, Chuck (1997-99) Kohstall, Frank (2004-07) Kokenge, Tom (1963) Kolleck, Paul (1993) Koper, Dennis (1980-83) *Korutz, Bill (1956-58) Kosak, Dan (1961-62) Kosewick, Tom (1962-63) *Kosins, Gary (1968-71) Kohstall, Chuck (1997-98) *Kramarczyk, Dan (1965-67) Kramer, Anthony (1950-51) Kramer, Ted (1967) Kraus, Doug (1991, 1993-94) Krause, Gary (1955-57) Krause, Goud (1964) Krechting, Ron (1968-71) Kreiger, Joe (2006) Kress, Bernard (1965-68) Kristopaitis, Vic (1954-56) Kroemer, William “Beanie” (1905-06) Krol, Gary (1985-87) Krueger, Brian (1976) Krupp, Rob (1984) Kubiak, Paul (1963) Kubkowski, Frank (1916) Kucia, Brian (2007) Kundert, Mike (1970-73)

Kurdziel, Stanislaus (1948-50) Kurzinski, Alan (1970-72) Kwiatkowski, Joseph (1951-52)

L

*LaBeau, Tom (1961-63) LaBranche, Joe (1967) Lacefield, Ed (1983) Ladner, John (1929) Lakes, Ike (1975) Landau, Tom (1966) Lane, John (1956-58) Lang, Ed (1928) Lang, Robert (1923) Lange, Andrew (1998) Lange, William (1947-49) Langford, Mike (1978) Langhorst, Devon (2008-09) Lansdowne, Howard (1939-40) Laravie, Barry (1962-64) Latell, Tony (1957-59) Laubenthal, Al (1977-78) Lauber, Bruce (1966) *Laughlin, Dan (1959-60) Lawthorn, Frank (1964-65) Lay, Jake (2004-07) Ledinsky, Tom (1964-66) Lee, Jason (1994-96) Lee, Jimmy (1997-99) LeFleur, Bill (1942) Legan, Bob (1964-65) Leichtel, Floyd “Lefty” (1932) Leighton, Ken (1970) Lemmerbrock, Curt (1993-96) Lemming, Ralph (1971) *Lemmon, Josh (1994-96) Lenart, Bob (1988-90) Lensch, Robert (1928-29) Lewandowski, Dennis (1982-83) Ligday, Francis (1914-15) Lindsey, Chad (1996-98) Linley, Tom (2000-02) Linos, Mike (1977-80) Lisle, Nick (2009) Lisac, Marty (1990-91) Lisowski, Corey (2009) Liston, Shane (2008-09) Loboda, Jay (1992-93) Lochow, Steve (1991-93) Locker, Ed (1994) *Loncar, Lou (1987-89) *Loncar, Martin (1992-95) Loncar, Tom (1993-95) Longworth, Carl (1984) Love, Adam (2004-05) Lowe, Robert (1963, 1965-67) Lucas, Marty (1985) Lucidore, Chuck (1966-67) Lucius, John (1970-72) Luczak, Mike (1970) Lude, Bill (1964-65) Luecht, Mark (1975, 1977-78) Lukash, Jay (1974) Luman, Bob (1963) Lutz, Paul (1927-29) Lynch, Patrick (1968)

M

MacGregor, Pete (1971) Mack, Brian (2008-09) Mackovjak, Connor (2008) Macy, Matt (1997-00) Madden, Bob (1964, 1966-68) Madden, Pete (1978) Mager, Brad (1991-93) Magoteaux, Kyle (2003-04) Mahle, B.J. (2000) Mahoney, Robert Mahoney, Thomas (1912-13) *Mahrt, Al (1911-12, 1914) Mahrt, Armin (1921) *Mahrt, John (1921-22) *Mahrt, Louis (1922-25)

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Maier, Bob (1947-49) Maile, Rich (1984) Maley, Keefe (1917, 1921) Malley, Tim (1978-80) Malloy, Chuck (1957-58) Malloy, Don (1936-39) Malloy, Ed (1934) Malloy, J.A. (1917, 1919) Malloy, Joseph (1950-52) Malloy, Verne (1935) Malone, Richard (1968) Maloney, Mike (1978-80) Mangas, Andy (1993-94) Manley, Bill (1964, 1967) Mann, Steve (1982-83) Manning, Thomas (1936-39) Marciniak, Mike (1974) Marino, Lon (1981) Marklay, George (1958-60) Marre, Edward (1937-39) Marschall, John (1941-42) Marshall, Frank (1928-30) Marshall, Matt (2004-07) Mart, Kevin (1973) Martin, Frank (1906) Martin, Jackie (1951-53) Martin, James (1953-54) Martin, Jordan (2009) Martin, Mark (1997-98) Martin, Rick (1995) Martino, Orlando (1941-42) Martirano, Chris (2007-08) Martzluff, Matt (1924-27) Mason, Robert (1908-09) Mason, Robert (1968) *Massa, Gordy (1985-88) Mastandrea, Pete (2002, 2003) Matthews, Geoff (1996-98) *Mathot, Jeff (1991-93) Mattioda, Geno (1999,2001-03) Mattiola, Bob (1971) Matusoff, Max (1919) Maurer, John (1985-86) Mayburg, Ken (1973) Mayerhoefer, Carl (1915) Mayl, Joseph (1905) Mayo, Bill (1964-67) McAfee, Nate (1998-99) McAuliffe, James (1968) McCall, Brian (1995) McCall, Joe (1996-99) McCall, Mike (1963, 1966-67) McCallion, Frank (1971-74) McCarthy, Jim (1932-34) *McCarthy, Kerry (1985-87) McCarthy, Red (1921) McClatchey, Larry (1972) McClear, Robert “Hoople” (1925-27) McClosky, Larry (1972) McClusky, Frank (1932-34) McColgan, John (1927-28) McConn, Dan (1963) McCormick, Pat (2006-08) McCourt, Walter (1911) McCoy, Barry (2001-03) McCoy, Kevin (2006) McDade, Dan (1973, 1977) McDermott, Francis (1926-28) McDonald, Aloysius (1917) McDonald, Steve (1973) *McDonald, Steve (2005-08) McDonald, William (1906-07) McDonough, Coby (1937-38) *McDonough, Vince (1933-35) McDowell, Mike (1966, 1969) McElligott, Chuck (1962-64) McFadden, Joe (1931-33) McFadden, Leroy (1917)

McFadgen, Carlton (2005) McFeaters, Earl (1958-60) *McGarry, John (1924-27) McGinnis, Mike (1965-68) McGriff, Rollins (1921) McGuire, Milton (1942, 1946) McGuire, Robert (1965) McIntire, Robert (1940-42) McIntire, Steve (1974, 1977) McKearney, Thomas (1909) McKeever, Mike (1966) McKelvy, Andy (1996-99) McKenney, Patrick (1905) McKinley, Bill (1948-49) *McKinley, Bumper (1994-97) McKinney, Gerald (1910) McLaughlin, Pat (1997-99) McLaughlin, Terry (1966) McMahon, James (1912-13) *McNamara, Marty (1999-01) McNulty, Bo (2004-05) McPherson, Zach (2008-09) McQuade, John (1971) McQuiston, Jared (2002-04) McShane, Joseph (1939-41) McVay, John (1972-75) Medley, George (1911) Medley, John (1929-30, 1932) Medley, Thomas (1929-31) Mehling, Charles (1922-23) Meier, Jeff (1992) Meier, Peter (1966) Meisner, Ed (1933-35) Melia, Howard (1920) Mell, Roosevelt (1964-65) Mendez, Alfredo (1915-18) Mercer, Ben (1997-98) Merkoff, George (1976) Merriam, Chase (2006) Merweiller, Ed (1970) Merrell, Dave (1979-81) Messer, Doug (1977) *Meter, Gregory (1971, 1973-74) Mewhinney, Jamie (2008-09) *Meyer, Gerry (1984-86) Meyer, John (1907) Meyers, Henry (1930-32) Mianulli, Rick (1982) Michigan, Bob (1960-62) Milkie, Jeff (2006) Miller, Andy (1989-91) Miller, Benji (1992, 1994-95) Miller, Ben (2008) Miller, Dale (1934-35) Miller, Eddie (1964) Miller, Ernie (1975) Miller, Ferdinand (1919-22) Miller, Fred (1946-48) Miller, Jeff (1994-95) Miller, Keith (1990-92) Miller, Nathan (2008-09) Miller, Robert C (1941-42) Miller, Sylvester (1916) Miller, Terry (1967-70) Miller, Ward (1912-13) Milligan, Dan (1965) Millio, Justin (2008-09) Mills, Don (1947) Milosemy, Dan (1962) Minnick, Jim (1971) Mintz, Judd (1991-93) Mitchell, Jeff (1963) Miyata, Dick (1952-53) *Mlinac, Tom (1962-64) Mocho, Jim (1988-90) *Moeglin, Dave (1983-86) Moehring, Don (1913, 1915)

2010 FLYER FOOTBALL

Huffman, Mike (1978-80) Hufford, Jim (1982-84) Hufford, Mark (1979-81) Hughes, Bernard (1917) Hugar, Pat (1995-97) Hujik, Tyler (2008-09) Hullinger, Scott (1986-88) Hulme, Ryan (1995-96) Humm, John (1938-40) Hunt, Tom (2009) Hurps, Tony (1999, 2001-03) Hussion, Gary (1963-65) Husted, Jon (1986-89) *Huyghe, Ryan (1994-95)

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Moga, Cornel (1967) Moir, Vincent (1922-24) Molitoriss, John (1958-59) Monahan, bill (1953-54) Mong, Matt (2003-05) Monk, Floyd (1922) Monnett, Rob (1987-89) Monnier, Colin (2009) Monnig, John (1905, 1907) Monroe, Sylvester (1975-78) Moody, Harold (1921) Moody, Jim (1964) Moore, David (1978) Moore, Matt (1995-97) Moore, Nate (1999-00,2002-03) Moran, William (1938-40) Morante, Mike (2008-09) Morgan, Mike (2009) Morhauser, Tom (1968) Moro, Tony (1969) Morris, Ryan (2002-04) Morris, Todd (1984-86) Morrow, John (1976) Mosley, Dwight (1969-72) Mouldin, Ron (1982-84) Mouch, Harold (1941) Moushey, Charles (1984-86) Moxley, Bruce (1989-91) Mroczek, Ross (2004-05) Mullen, John (1992-94) Mueller, Steve (1970) Muhlenkamp, Dan (1965) Mulcahy, Brian (2008) Muldoon, Patrick (1951-52) *Muldowney, Jack (1953-55) Mulligan, Leonard (1905) Mulqueen, Steve (1999-00) Munch, Darrell (1967) Munger, Ray Jr. (1948) Murphy, Jim (1971) Murphy, Ray (1919) Murphy, Virgil (1915-16) Murray, Bruce (1992) Musselman, Tim (1985-88) Musuraca, Scott (1963) Muterspaw, Chad (1994-97) Muzi, Charles (1965) Myers, Craig (1972-74) Myles, Billy (1983-85)

N

Napierkowski, Kevin (1994) Nare, Tom (1973) Natale, Marcello (2008) Naughton, Ed (1969) Nauman, Bill (1976) Neitzke, James (1974) Neuberger, Tom (1997-98) Neumann, James (1911) Newsock, John (1936-39) Nicholson, Mike (1985-88) Nickels, Larry (1970-72) Nicol, Claude (2005) Niehaus, Dan (1983) *Niehaus, Ralph (1936-38) Niekamp, Eric (2009) Nielson, Harry (1966) Nieman, Joe (1985-87) *Noll, Chuck (1950-52) Norbut, Tim (1985-86) Norckauer, Fred (1911) Norsworthy, Levator (1966) Norton, Dan (2008) Norton, Steve (2003, 2004)

76

Nudera, Jeff (1986-88) Nueberger, Mike (2004) Nueberger, Thomas (1999) Nugent, Clarence (1915) Nunn, Michael (1923) Nussman, Phil (1983-84)

O

Oberst, Dave (1984-86) *Obee, Duncan (1938-40) O’Brien, Charles (1906) O’Brien, Dan (1949-51) O’Brien, Frank (1924-26) O’Conner, John (1961-62) O’Connor, William (1906) O’Dell, Jack (2004-05, 2007) O’Hara, Connor (2009) O’Hara, Jim (1979-80) Olds, Harold (1965) O’Leary, Ron (1963) Obert, Jesse (1999-01,2002) Ochab, Greg (2008-09) Olejnyih, Joseph (1936-39) Oliger, Keith (1991-93) *Olson, Brian (1988-91) Orby, Jon (2006) O’Rourke, Patrick (1968) O’Rourke, Paul (1941-42) O’Shea, Michael (1922) Osterday, Richard (1935) Otten, Barney (1948-51) Ottmar, Andrew (2004) Overbeck, Joe (1976-78) Overholser, David (1992, 1994) Overman, Howard (1976, 1978) Overman, Marcus (2006-08) *Overman, Jim (1961-63) Ovington, Thomas (1916-17) Ouhl, Troy (1993-95) Owens, Jim (1964)

P

Packard, Robert (1934) Paden, Gene (1989-92) Padley, Jack (1937-39) Pagliari, Richard (1960-62) *Palcic, Bob (1968-70) Palcic, Tom (1969, 1971-73) *Palenchar, Steve (1957-59) Paleologos, George (1963) Palmerie, Mike (1958-59) Paluzzi, Joseph (1939-40) *Palyan, Vince (1957-59) Pangello, Erv (1940) Papp, Anthony (2008-09) Pappas, Chris (1980-81) Parks, Luke (1999-01) Parnell, Jack (1959-60) Parsell, Jake (1996-98) Pasco, Greg (1965) Patterson, Dave (2003) Patterson, Jim (1963) Paul, Darnell (1970) Paul, David (1923) Paul, Greg (1986-88) Paulick, Dan (1994-96) Pavlosky, Phil (1993) *Payne, Robert (1931-33) Pearson, Jim (1979-81) Pechan, Jeff (2008-09) Pecord, Oliver (1917) Peffley, Brian (1982-84) *Pellegrino, Andy (1989-92) Perez, Luis (1973-74) Pernush, Val (1938-40) Perron, Ed (1985-87) Perry, Wayne (1971) Peters, Rick (1982) Petit, Chad (1994)

Peterson, William (1988-91) Petkiewicz, William (1935-36) Petraiuolo, Bill (2008-09) Petrigala, Jim (1966-67) Petroff, Mike (1965) Petrucci, Dave (1988-91) Petrucci, Tony (1985-87) Pettinger, Frank (1923, 1925-27) Pfarrer, Charles (1923-25) Pflaum, Bart (1905) Pfleger, Matt (2008-09) Phillips, Gary (1973-74) Phillips, Jared (2008-09) Piening, Paul (1932-33) Pignatiello, Mike (1980-82) Piltz, Ransom (1959-60) Pinciotti, Don (1941-42, 1946) Pinn, Frank (1956-57) Pittro, Mike (1985-86) Pitzer, Jim (1982-84) *Place, Jim (1965-68) Place, Will (1972-74) Placke, Dustin (2001-03) Plaspohl, Ed (1975-78) Platte, Mike (1992-93) Plummer, Justin (2002,2003) Poelking, Dennis (2008-09) Poelking, Joe (1929) Pohl, Victor (1931) Polcari, Dan (1979-80) Polke, Ken (1970-73) Pollock, Ryan (2007-08) Pomykala, Ron (1963) Porter, Walter (1956-57) Potter, Robert (1923-25) Powell, Lewis (2004) Powers, John (1966) Powers, Pete (1969) *Powers, William “Bo” (1941-42, 1946) Pozilnik, Tony (1933-34) Preisser, Gary (1964-66) Prindle, Lex (1976) Prindle, Dan (2009) Prindle, Matthew (2008) Print, Bob (1964-66) Printy, Brian (1983-84) Prinz, Tom (1963, 1965) Prinz, William (1965) Priske, Louis (1941-42) Pritchett, Garry (1968) Proesel, Fred (1979-81) Profato, Barry (1964-67) Pruitt, Gradlin (1977-80) Puckett, Duane (1973) Pugh, Aaron (2008-09) Punch, Richard (1915-16) Pursell, Jacob (1997) Pulsfort, Mike (1997-99)

Q

Quien, John (1997-99) Quinlan, Cornelius (1908-09) Quinlan, Lester (1910-11) *Quinn, Dan (1969-71) *Quinn, Fran (1947-50) Quinn, Joe (1939-41) Quinn, Tim (1969-72)

R

Rabbitt, Michael (1914-15) Rabe, Alvin (1920-21) Rader, Robert (1932-33) Radzik, Gary (1969-72) Radzik, Glenn (1969-71) Ragon, Bruce (1974-75) Ragon, J.P. (1996-98) Riaff, James (1950-52) Raiff, Jerry (1956-58) Ramby, Warren (1923) Ramicone, Mike (1990-91) Rampey, Sam (1975-78) Randles, Paul (1994-96) Rapaszky, Ryan (1995-97)

Rastetter, Rob (1987-90) Raville, Larry (1983-85) *Ray, Tom (1985-87) Rayburg, William (1972-74) Recker, Robert (1950-52) Redmond, Matt (2009) Redrick, Mary (1966, 1968-69) Regan, John (1968) Reichert, Donald (1952) Reichert, Paul (1946) Reid, Larry (1974-75) Reidy, Edward (1946-49) Reiling, Walter (1927-28) Reisert, Brian (2003) Remsik, Alex (2008) Resch, Jason (2003-04) Ress, Daniel (2004-06) Reynolds, William (1926) Riccardi, Guy (1964) Richardson, Henry (1991-92) Richardson, Pete (1964-67) Ricke, Nick (1980-82) Riddle, Matt (2009) Riedel, Robert (1938-39) Ries, Joe, (2007-09) Riese, Paul (1986-88) Rinehart, Pete (1969) Ritter, Harry (1909) Robbe, Eric (2008-09) Robello, Jack (1926-28) Roberts, Jeff (1971) Roberts, Rodney (1990-92) Robinson, Fred “Chip” (1978-81) Robinson, Jim (1967) Robison, Clay (1978-81) Robison, Randy (1987-89) Roche, Tim (2004-05) Rodgers, Gene (1932) Rodway, Charles (1922-25) Rogers, Eugene (1931) Rogers, Tom (1975) Roller, Breese (1978-81) Ronan, Martin (1917) Rosato, Albert (1937-39) Rose, Tim (1971) Roseberry, Austin (2006-07) Rosenbaum, Dan (1989-92) Roshkowski, Greg (1982-85) Ross, Bill (1963-64) Rotterman, Louis (1911-12) Rucker, Justin (1996-98) Rudd, Van (1912) *Rudolph, Joe (1964-65) Rudnicki, Dick (1942, 1946) Rudzienski, Alex (1936-37) Rudzinski, Jim (1966-69) Ruhe, Nick (2005-07) *Ruhlman, Herb (1908-09, 1911) Rumpke, Rob (1976-78) Runeig, John (1938-40) Russell, Bob (1969) Ruth, Alan (1993) Ryan, Carl J. (1916) Ryan, Doug (1987-90) Ryan, Kevin (1970) Ryan, Matt (2001-03) *Ryan, Paul (1939-41)

S

Saad, Scott (1989-91) Sachini, Cliff (2001,2002, 2003) Sackawitz, Carl (1928-30) Sacksteder, Hugh (1910-11) Sacksteder, Norbert (1912-13) Sadler, Anthony (2009) Saelzler, Bill (1947-50) *Sahnd, Bill (1975-78) Sakal, Bob (1957) Salm, John (1930) Salvato, Sal (2009) Sammons, Richard (1974) Sanders, Allen (1999-01)

Sandman, Jack (1965) Sankovic, Patrick (2008-09) Sanna, Kyle (2006) Santangelo, Robert (1968) Santo, Fred (1981) Sargent, Thad (1991-93) Satalia, Edward (1907) Sauerman, Bill (1941-42) Saul, Blake (2008-09) Saulter, Charles (2009) Saunders, Paul (1989-90) Savini, Dave (1985-87) Savino, Nicholas (1973-74) Saviski, Tyler (2008-09) Sayre, Richard (1921-23) Scandrick, Charles (1973, 1976) Schaefer, Bob (1947-49) Schaffer, Dennis (1965, 1968) Schag, Jeff (1971) Schad, Paul (1908-09) Schaetzler, Arthur (1922) *Scharf, Cyril (1920-23) Scheiber, Robert (1996-98) Scheid, Steve (1975-78) Scheidler, Adam (2008) Scheidler, Pete (1989-91) Schell, Chris (1985-88) Schell, Hans (1990-91) Schertler, Craig (1980-83) Schleinitz, William (1914-15) Schmall, John (2004-05) *Schmalz, Jim (1964-66, 1968) Schmid, Paul (1988-91) Schmidt, Bill (1994-96) Schmidt, Brad (1996-98) Schmidt, Dan (1999-00) Schmidt, Jason (2001,2002,2003) Schmidt, Jeff (2004) *Schmidt, Leland (1941-42, 1946) Schmidt, Paul (1971-74) Schmitt, Bradley (2008-09) Schmitt, Leo (1909) Schmitter, Ray (1919-21) Schmitz, Mark (1978-80) Schneider, Edward (1923-24) Schneider, John (1923) Schnur, Martin (1930-32) Schoen, Tim (1977-80) Schoen, William (1905-06) Scholey, Norb (1946) Schroeder, David (1966, 1968-70) Schroer, Len (1967) Schuckman, Rich (1995-96) Schuetz, Bo (1994-96) Schulte, John (1923) Schumacher, Al (1911) Schunck, Owen (1914) Schuster, Brad (1998-00) Schuster, Richard (1921-23) Schutz, Tyler (2008-09) Schwab, Bob (1962-64) Schwab, Robby (2002-04) Schwarber, Greg (1972-75) Schwecke, Steve (1993) Schwochow, Joshua (1994-95) Scott, Hugh (1939-41) Scott, John (1936) Scott, Joseph (1927) Scully, Neal (1942) Sears, Anthony (1974) Sebetic, Kyle (2009) Seidensticker, William (1910-11) Sellett, Nick (2002-03) Seman, Dave (1975, 1977-78) Semeraro, Bob (1993) Semeraro, Rick (1988-91) Senn, Frank (1910) Serrapede, Kevin (1966) *Shafor, Jim (1952-54) Shanahan, Dan (1976) Shanen, Al (1955-56)


Sprecher, Brad (2000) Stachler, Robert (1949-50) Staley, Brandon (2003, 2004) Stangle, Jim (1967-69) Stangle, Matt (1996-97) Stangle, Ryan (1997-99) Stangle, Tom (1963-66) Stapenhorst, Gene (1937-39) Steberl, Jesse (1946) Steele, Terry (1982-84) Steinke, Gene (1995-97) *Stellman, Tom (1974-77) Stelzer, Walter (1907) Stephens, Chris (1963) Stephens, Joe (2001-03) Sterlekar, Dave (1961-63) Sterner, Darryl (1985-86) Stevens, Bill (1969) Stewart, Robert (1998) Stoecklein, Earl (1921) Stofko, Jim (1986-87) Stoll, Tom (1982-85) Stratton, Chad (1988-89) Strecker, Hartmut (1975-78) Stroop, Fred (1912-14) Strong, Robert (2009) *Strosneider, Aubrey (1923-27) Struasbaugh, Thomas (1968) Strugarek, Richard (1940-42) Stucke, Chris (2008) Studt, Eric (2007-09) Styer, Troy (1982-85) Stylski, Mike (1996-97) Stynes, Frank (1969) Sullivan, Charles (1917) Sullivan, Daniel (2008) Sullivan, Dustin (1999-01) Sullivan, Gregory (1920-21) Sullivan, Kelly (1988-89) Sullivan, Dan (2007-09) Sullivan, Shawn (1986-87) Summers, Charles (1910) Summers, Russ (1917-20) Sumpter, Theron (1946-47) Supensky, John (1920-21) Svellinger, Jack (1934-35) Swafford, Dan (1984-85) *Swan, Robert (1926-28) *Swanson, Jeff (2000-01) Swartz, Matt (2006-08) Sweigert, Patrick (2008-09) Swensen, Craig (1991-93) Swift, Leonard (1912-14) Sykes, Jerry (1967, 1969-71) Synnett, Martin (1911-14)

T

Tabor, Geoff (1978) Tache, Joe (1957-59) Tague, Anthony (1907) Tant, Bill (1966-68) Tardey, Dan (1984-85) Taulbee, Mike (2008) Taylor, Bernard (1921-22) Taylor, Mel (1964-67) Taylor, Sean (1990-92) Tenney, Alex (1988-91) Tepe, Tim (1978) Terkoski, Dave (1978) Terry, Scott (1976-78) Thobe, Brad (1997-99) Thobe, Dan (1991-93) *Thobe, Mark (1996-98) Thobe, Todd (2003) Thoman, William (1999-00) Thomas, Barry (1981-82) Thomas, Bob (1966-67) Thomas, Joseph (1937-39) *Thomas, Ted (1974-75) Thomas, Ted (1976-78) Thompson, Dennis (1966)

Thompson, Mike (1966-69) Thompson, William (1965, 1968-69) Tierney, Jim (1967-70) Timura, Andy (1960-62) Tismo, Pierre (1984-86) Titus, Tom (1963-64) Toomey, Edwin (1917) Torongo, Tom (1967) Toscani, Edmond (1946-48) Towle, Roger (1953-55) Towns, James (1982-85) Tracey, Michael (1974) Tracy, Brian (1998-00) Trinite, David (1968, 1970-71) Trost, Norman (1936-39) Tscherne, Adolph (1935-37) Tucker, Bernie (1967, 1969-71) Tucker, Gerry (1971) Tuma, Edward (1934-35) Turvene, Jim (1956) Twardy, George (1980-82) Tyler, Joe (1966-69) Tytko, Jerry (1963)

U

Uhrine, John (1924-25) Underwood, Russell (1910) Unverferth, Louis “Jack” (1960-61) Uriah, Jack (1959) Usos, Michael (1932-34) Uttermohlen, James (1948-50)

V

Valentino, Steve (2007-09) Van Asten, Jake (2007) Vandenbroeck, Julian (1911) Vanderhorst, Jerome (1949-50) Van Dresser, Frank (1966, 1969) Van Jura, Rick (1966) Van Vleet, Brad (1998-00) Vasey, Charles (2008-09) Vatteratt, Paul (1936) Veneziale, George (1954) Vercammen, J.J. (2007-09) Verhoff, Jeff (1995-97) *Verhoff, Steve (2004-05) Vermillion, Chris (2006-07) Viertlbeck, Andy (1999-00) Viney, Adam (1998) *Virant, Leo (1921-24) *Virant, Ludwig (1915-17) Virotsko, Nick (1997) Vitale, Tony (1967, 1969-70) Vogel, Joe (1980-81) Voit, Casper (1936-39) Volle, Mike (1964) Vollman, Paul (1980-83) Von Kaenel, Robert (1921) Vorpe, Jon (1979-82) Voyles, Ed (1980) Vosberg, Thomas (1974) Vossler, Corey (2006-08) *Vossler, Scott (2005-08) Vukelich, John (1952-53)

W

Wachter, Jerrod (2001-03) Wade, James (2006, 2008)) *Wagner, Carl (1907) Wagner, Charles (1935-37) Wagner, cody (2006) Wagner, Jack (1947-49) Wagner, Larsen (1922) Wagner, Marcellus (1907) *Wagner, Paul (1936-39) Wagner, Philip (1915) Wagner, Robert (1930) Wagner, Robert (1946-49) Wagner, Roland (1923-24) Waker, Mike (1965) Walbright, David (2004-07) Walicki, Dick (1967) Walker, Adam (2005)

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Wall, Chris (1970) Wall, James (1998-99) Wallace, Steve (1984-86) Walsh, Albert (1918-21) Walter, Justin (1999-01) Walters, Gary (1969-71) Walton, Chance (2004-06) Walton, Chase (2008-09) *Wanner, Tom (1974-77) Ward, James (2008) Ward, Jerry (1954-55) Ward, Jerry (1977) Warford, Jon (2008-09) Warner, Larry (1965) Warner, Marques (2003-04) Warren, Trent (2002-04) Warrington, Bill (1973) Washington, Lee (1971) Washington, Robert (2009) Watermeier, John (1921, 1923) Watkins, Jeff (1991-93) Watkins, Jim (1963) Watkins, Justin (2007-09) Watkins, Ray (1968, 1970-71) Watkins, Steve (1976) Watson, Tim (2005) Watterson, Glenn (1965, 1968) Watterson, Mike (1974-77) Watzek, Al (1958-60) Weale, Patrick (2004-05) Weaver, Donald (1950) Weaver, Tom (1966) Weber, Charles (1925-26) Weber, Lawrence (1916-17) Weber, Mark (1976) Weber, Vernon (1951-53) Weber, William (1965) Weber, Zach (2008-09) Weckle, Al (1954-56) Weeks, Don (1954-56) Wehrman, Peter (1995-97) Weiler, Herbert (1917) Weinert, D.J. (1996-97) Weisenseel, Randy (1989-91) Weisent, Jim (1983-84) Weisner, Gerald (1907-09) Welch, Chad (1992) *Welch, Ed (1909-11) Welch, Paul (1911-12) Welde, Jody (1985-87) Weller, Jim (1963) Welsh, Ben (2008-09) Welter, Carl (1936-37) Wentz, Chester (1914) Werder, Gerald (1909-11) Werl, Vince (1951, 1953-54) Werner, Vic (1928-30) Wertz, John (1935-36) West, Jim (1972-73) Westbeld, Bill (1973, 1975-76) Westbeld, Dan (1963) Westbeld, Tom (1973-76) Westendorf, Eugene (1938-40) *Westendorf, Jerry (1940-42) Westerkamp, C.L. (1929) Westfall, Nick (1999) Westhoff, Tom (1977) Weyler, Frank (1982-84) Wheeler, Stan (1992-93) White, Charles (1977-78) White, Ernie, (1957) White, Jim (1930) Whitehead, Dennis (1969-72) Whitesell, Tom (1965-66) Whitten, Zach (2007-08) Wholey, Timothy (1933-36)

*Wiesenhahn, Gale (1964, 1967) Wiegand, Rich (1968) Wilcox, Pat (1926-28) Wiles, James (1974) Wilhelm, Hamilton (1929) Wilhelm, Kevin (1985-87) Wilkins, Tony (1983-84) Wilkson, Jim (1976) Will, Erwin (1963-64) Will, Willy (2002, 2003) Willhoite, Justin (1999-2001, 2003) Williams, Jim (1985) Williams, Paul (1963) Willman, Eric (1999-01) *Willuweit, Steve (1988-91) Wilson, Alvin (1992) Wilson, Frank (2005) Wilson, Jack (1993-94) Wilson, Kevin (1999) *Wilson, Mike (1965-68) Wimberly, Greg (2004-06) *Windbiel, Joseph (1913, 1915-16) *Wingard, Walt (1971-74) Wingeier, Brandon (2007-09) Winkler, Richard (1962-64) *Winner, Ryan (2003-05) Wintering, Scott (2004-05) Winters, Ben (2000-02) Wirkus, Steve (2008-09) Wissel, Linus (1907) Wittbrodt, Anthony (1965, 1968) Wolf, Anthony (1917) Wolf, Jamie (1989-90) Wolfe, Tom (1992-93) Wolfer, Brady (1994-95) *Wolking, John (1973-76) Womick, Rick (1976) Woodrey, Tim (1982) Wright, Jeff (1991-92) Wrobleski, Ryan (2003-05) Wynn, John (1940)

Y

Yagow, Edward (1923-26) Yenicheck, Tony (1994-95) Young, Joseph (1950-52) Young, Matt (1994) Youngpeter, Mark (1989-92) Yrabinee, Joseph (1974) Yunker, Matt (2002) Yurik, Jeff (1989-90)

Z

Zach, Walter (1940-42) Zajdel, Bob (1970) Zaleski, Joe (1947-50) *Zang, Elmer (1932-34) Zapinski, Andrew (2007-09) Zavakos, Harry (1940-41)

Zeis, Tim (1981) *Zierolf, Leo (1929-31) Zierolf, Peter (1933-35) *Zimmer, Doug (1983-86) Zimmerman, Babe (1914) *Zimmerman, Don “Butch” (1955-57) Zimmerman, George (1910) Zimmerman, Jon (1997-00) Zimmerman, Leo (1970, 1973) *Zimmerman, Mark (1974-77) Zimpfer, Doug (1962-64) Zimpfer, Tom (1964) Zing, Tom (1971) Zink, Ed (1970-73) Zins, tom (1971, 1973-75) Zippay, John (1973-76) *Zotkiewicz, Joe (1935-37) Zoul, Joseph (1941-42, 1946) Zukowski, Ted (1970, 1973) Zulli, Andy (1951, 1953) Zweisler, Charles (1938) *CAPTAIN

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Shappie, Ben (2005-08) *Sharley, Dan (1988-90) Sharpenter, Richard (1963) Sharpenter, Ted (1924-27) Shatteen, Alan (1965-68) Shelton, David (1968) Shepas, Bob (1969-71) Sherk, Robby (2009) Sherman, Scott (1983-85) Sherry, Robert (1913) *Sherry, William (1914-18) Sheshull, John (1975-76) Shiels, C.P. (1911) Shillito, Chris (1969) Shock, Mike (1986-88) Short, Mike (2001-03) *Shortal, Bob (1964-66) Shoup, Philip (1951-53) Shouvlin, Raymond (1916) Shrunder, Raoul (1916-18) Shroyer, John “Gus” (1946-49) Shuey, Clarence (1927-29) Shultz, Paul (1924-25) Shuman, Larry (1969) Shurtleff, Matt (2008-09) Shurtleff, Nick (2008) Shyne, Reggie (1972-73) Sidebottom, Dennis (1966-69) Siefert, Paul (1983) Siewe, Jim (1965, 1967-68) *Siewe, Steve (1970-73) Siggins, Frank (1952) Silverii, Louis (1951-53) Simon, Roger (1969-71) Simpson, Don (1967-70) Sinclair, Mike (1963-67) Singer, Paul (1908-09) Sirmon, Matt (1998-99) Skowron, Tom (1962-64) Skunza, Adrian (1969-70) Slater, Joe (1955, 1957) Slaybeck, Jeff (1982-84) Sloan, Robert (1992) Smirnoff, Vladimir (1912) Smith, Bob (1970-73) Smith, Bob (1981-82) Smith, Brian (1981-83) Smith, Devin (2005) Smith, Gary (1978-80) Smith, Henry (1908) Smith, Keith (1963-64) *Smith, William (1954-56) Smolik, Mel (1957-58) Smolka, Glen (1937-38) Smyth, Matt (2006-09) *Smythe, John (1934-36) Smythe, Walter (1929-30) Snelling, Richard (1924-27) Snow, Jim (1973-75) Snyder, Edward (1915) Snyder, Less (1971) Soares, Richard (1963, 1965) Sobehart, Bob (1997-98) Sollman, Ryan (1995-96) Somogyi, Derek (1995) Sothard, Tom (1975-78) Spakowski, Paul (1951-53) Spatz, Steve (1983-84) Spear, Bill (1964-65) Spear, Brian (1991-93) Speice, Mike (1989-90) Spencer, Jim (1924-27) Sperandeo, Tony (1958-59) Speth, Albert (1947-49) Spicer, Pat (1985-87) Spiker, Kelly (2000-02) Spivey, Earl (1959-61) Splain, Zachary (2009) Spoelker, John (1964) Spoerl, Jim (1953-55)

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ADMINISTRATION DR. DANIEL J.CURRAN UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

Daniel J. Curran is president of the University of Dayton, recognized as a top-tier national research university and one of the 10 best Catholic universities in the country. The Philadelphia native became the University of Dayton’s 18th president and first lay leader on July 1, 2002. Dr. Curran is guiding the Catholic, Marianist university through transformational times and presiding over an era of remarkable growth. During his tenure, the University of Dayton earned recognition as a top-tier national research university. By almost every measure — from enrollment to research dollars to rankings — the University has grown in stature.

TIM WABLER

VICE PRESIDENT/DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS A former Flyer student-athlete himself, Tim Wabler is the seventh man to serve as the University of Dayton’s Director of Athletics. As UD’s Vice-President and Director of Athletics, Wabler is responsible for the oversight of 17 intercollegiate athletics programs, on-campus athletic facilities including Baujan Field and the Frericks Center, and the University of Dayton Arena with the surrounding Arena Sports Complex. Wabler first returned to the University’s Athletics Division as an administrator in 1993 as Associate Director Athletics. As Associate AD, Wabler worked in every area of athletics administration -- overseeing UD’s sports programs, student-athlete support services, development and major facility projects.

First-year enrollment and sponsored research volumes have hit record levels. Major land acquisitions in the last five years have nearly doubled the size of campus, which now spans both sides of the Great Miami River. According to the Princeton Review, the University of Dayton’s quality of life for students ranks in the top 20 in the nation.

Since Wabler has been part of the Dayton Athletics Division, the Flyers have experienced significantly improved competitive success. Since 1998, UD has had 32 conference championships and had 24 teams reach the postseason. In the nine years prior to 1998, the Flyers had only seven conference championships and one tournament appearance.

Since 2002, the University of Dayton has established centers of excellence in nanotechnology; fuels and combustion; ladar and optical communications; and advanced sensor technology. The University launched the nation’s first accelerated law curriculum, started a doctor of physical therapy program and introduced one of the nation’s first bachelor’s degrees in human rights studies.

In the ten months from May of 2009 and February 2010, Flyer teams won seven conference championship beginning with baseball in 2009, continuing with women’s cross country, football, men’s soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball in the fall, then women’s indoor track and field in February. UD was the only school in the country to win five conference championship in the fall of 2009.

Curran’s forward-thinking, innovative approach also translates to the playing fields. As a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division I board of directors from 2004-2008, Dr. Curran helped shape academic reforms designed to improve the graduation rate of student-athletes. He also has served on the executive committee and Division I-AA/I-AAA Presidential Advisory Group and the Higher Learning Commission.

In the last three years, Flyer teams have combined to have their best winning percentage than any other period in school history and set milestones in several sports while still maintaining graduation rates that are among the highest in the country.

Dr. Curran earned a Ph.D. from the University of Delaware in 1980 after receiving a master’s degree from Temple University in 1978 and a bachelor’s degree from Saint Joseph’s University in 1973 — all in sociology. He’s a noted scholar in criminology, juvenile justice and social problems, with a deep interest in international issues. A sociologist by training, he is passionate about issues of social justice. He has received the Joseph E. Lowery Human Rights Legacy Award from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference as well as the Humanitarian Award from the National Conference for Community and Justice of Greater Dayton for his “personal advocacy and energy toward building a more inclusive community.” Dr. Curran and his wife, Claire, have two sons, Sean and Aidan.

The highlights include the following: Women’s soccer has earned five NCAA tournament appearances (including a berth in the “Sweet Sixteen” in 2001) and has won eight of the last 11 A-10 regular season championships. Women’s volleyball has earned four NCAA tournament appearances and has won nine A-10 titles (regular season and/or tournament). Men’s soccer has won five A-10 titles and played in the 2008 NCAA tournament. The baseball team’s record for wins in a season was 25 after the 2000 campaign -- since then UD has won at least 30 games six times and won the A-10 regular season championship in 2009. And the Flyer football team has won the Pioneer Football League Championship 10 times in the 17-year history of the league, and has taken home the 2002 and 2007 NCAA Division I-AA Mid-Major National Championships. As success on the field has improved, UD student-athletes have also performed in the classroom. The Flyers’ combined cumulative grade point average has risen to a school-record 3.235. UD has had 34 Academic AllAmericans in the last nine years. Only Nebraska, Rensselaer Poly and Rice had more. The Flyers had three Arthur Ashe Scholar-Athletes in 2005-06, the most in school history. Dayton is consistently among the league leaders in placing student-athletes on the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll, even though the Flyers participate in fewer A-10 sports than all but one school. Wabler is also the administrator who oversees UD’s athletic fund-raising efforts and long-term finances. Radio and television agreements have been expanded to increase exposure for Flyer athletics.

MIKE KELLY

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Wabler has been actively involved in numerous A-10 Conference committees, including the Championships Review Committee, Baseball Committee and Soccer Committee. His committee work also extends to service to the University community. He currently serves on UD’s Campus Master Planning Committee, and has been a past member of UD’s Committee on Diversity in Community and Resource Allocation Steering Committee. Wabler is also an NCAA Peer Reviewer and a member of the Greater Dayton YMCA’s Board of Trustees.

A storied football coaching career came to an end when Mike Kelly stepped down as head coach of the Flyers on January 22, 2008, but a new chapter began for Kelly and the University of Dayton Athletics Division when he took on the duties of Associate Athletics Director.

A 1974 graduate of UD’s School of Business Administration, Wabler has also completed the Sports Management Institute Executive Program. A former member of UD’s Athletic Board, Wabler was a four-year letterwinner and three-time Pitcher of the Year for UD. He served as team captain as a senior. A 1970 graduate of Chaminade High School in Dayton, Wabler is the first Dayton native to serve as the University’s Director of Athletics.

A man who has dedicated his life to mentoring, Kelly had no trouble stepping into his new expanded role. In addition to overseeing the departments of Academics, Athletics Communication and Equipment, he serves as an adviser to up-and-coming coaches. The University’s past president, Brother Raymond L. Fitz, once said “I regard Mike Kelly as one of the best teachers the University of Dayton has.” Those teaching skills are just one of the many he possesses that make his transition to administration seamless. Kelly will draw from his nearly 40 years of coaching experience to develop UD’s young professionals. He will serve as a Sports Program Administrator for football, baseball, track & field, women’s basketball and women’s cross country. A six-time PFL Coach of the Year, and seven-time national Coach of the Year, he spent 27 years as head coach of the perennial powerhouse Dayton Flyers football program. His management of his staff and players, and his day-to-day dealings with all the departments involved with supporting the program will serve him well in his role of Associate Athletics Director. In Kelly’s last season as head coach, the Flyers finished with an 11-1 record, clinched the Pioneer Football League, won the 2007 Gridiron Classic and were crowned NCAA FCS Mid-Major national champions.

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Kelly’s goal is to contribute to continue raising the bar in all areas of the University of Dayton Athletics Division. He’s shown, with his team’s successes on the football field, he can set it high. When he stepped down as UD’s football coach, he ended one of the winningest coaching careers in the history of college football, his career winning percentage of .819 the best of any active coach who had been in the profession 25 years or more. In addition to the 1989 NCAA Division III national title, Kelly’s Flyers were also NCAA FCS Mid-Major national champions (by a national poll) in 2002 and 2007.

Tim and his wife Arlene have two daughters, Sarah and Leigh Anne. A true reflection of Kelly’s character is the way he operated the football program. Taking a stand on integrity has always been paramount in his philosophy and The Ohio High School Athletic Association took notice, honoring Kelly with the OHSAA Ethics and Integrity Award, which is presented annually to an Ohioan who has displayed outstanding ethical behavior and integrity in performing his duties and is a role model for others. Some of the previous winners include: astronaut and former U.S. Senator John H. Glenn Jr., Archie Griffin, Wayne Embry, Bill Hosket, Jim Tressel and Clark Kellogg. In February of 2008, Kelly became the 150th member of one of UD’s most exclusive clubs, the University of Dayton Athletic Hall of Fame, and was the sole inductee that year. His 27 years as head coach are the most of any UD coach in any sport. He is also the only Flyer coach to win the University’s Lackner Award, which is one of the highest honors a UD staff or faculty member can receive. Before being selected as the Flyer’s head coach, Kelly was defensive coordinator under Rick Carter at UD for four years, including the 1980 NCAA Division III Championship season. Carter and Kelly first teamed together in the same positions at Hanover College in 1975 and 1976. Kelly is a graduate of Milton-Union High School in West Milton, Ohio, and later attended Manchester (IN) College. He was quarterback on the football team and catcher on the baseball team while lettering in both sports for all four years. After graduating with a degree in physical education and health, he taught and coached at the high school level from 1970-75. During that time, he also earned his master’s degree in physical education from Ball State University. Mike and his wife, Jeanne, reside in Kettering and have two daughters, Jodie Beth and Nikki.


OFFICE OF ACADEMIC SERVICES FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES; A DIVISION OF THE OFFICE OF THE PROVOST

WEEKLY MEETINGS

Academic coordinators hold weekly meetings with student-athletes to assess how they are performing their course work and to emphasize time management, study skills, organization, and goal setting as well as provide an opportunity to communication athletic and/or personal issues.

ACADEMIC MONITORING

Academic coordinators closely monitor the academic progress of student-athletes. In addition to freshmen midterm grades reported by the University, progress reports are issued to professors to ensure that attendance, effort and progress are maintained.

STUDY HALL

Study hall is structured, monitored, and quiet environment in which student-athletes have the opportunity to develop consistent and appropriate study skills. Computer and wireless access are available as well as the opportunity to meet with tutors. Coaches are notified on a regular basis regarding study hall attendance and behavior.

ACADEMIC COORDINATORS

The University of Dayton is one of the nation’s leaders in the academic performance of its student-athletes. This year is no different as six players on the 2010 football team will be pursuing a Master’s Degree while taking the field as a Flyer. They are (pictured left to right) :Justin Watkins, Tyler Friedrich, Nick Glavin, Dan Fornek, and Steve Valentino.

NCAA COMPLIANCE

In addition to University assigned academic advisors, academic coordinators are assigned to specific athletic teams are responsible for providing academic support to all student-athletes. Coordinators compliment the University’s academic advisors by assisting in academic advising, counseling, and monitoring. Academic coordinators ensure that student-athletes follow NCAA, Atlantic 10, and University of Dayton guidelines.

WHAT IS A PROSPECTIVE STUDENTATHLETE/”PROSPECT”?

A prospect is any student who has started classes for the ninth (9th) grade, any student who receives financial assistance or other benefits from UD and/or its athletics representative that are not normally provided to prospective students generally. You become a “recruited prospective student-athlete” at a particular college if any coach or representative of the college’s athletics interests (booster or representative) approaches you (or any member of your family) about enrolling and participating in athletics at that college. Activities by coaches or boosters that cause you to become a recruited prospective student-athlete are: • Providing you with an official visit* • Placing more than one telephone call to you or any other member of your family • Visiting you or any other member of your family anywhere other than the college campus * You may take a maximum of five “official visits” with no more than one to any single institution

NCAA COMPLIANCE THE NCAA AND YOU

The University of Dayton is committed to the principle of institutional control in operating its athletics program in a manner that is consistent with the letter and spirit of NCAA, conference and university rules and regulations. The University’s commitment is to maintain control of its athletics programs through cooperation between responsible administrators, coaches, faculty, all institutional staff members, student-athletes and representatives of the University’s athletics interests.

STUDENT LEARNING SUPPORT

Academics works closely with the Student Learning Support (SLS) office on campus to provide students with tutoring and disability support services. The intent of the tutorial program is to provide academic assistance in areas that include review of class discussion and notes, study strategies, and other information that is imperative to the respective class, while services from DSS include adaptive technology, extended test time, and note-taking.

AWARDS

• All-Academic Team Recognizes student-athletes who earned the highest cumulative grade point average on their respective teams. • 4.00 Flyers Award Given to those who achieved a perfect grade point average during winter or fall semesters. • 3.50 Honorees Student-athletes who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or above during either the fall or winter semesters. • Presidential Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award The Presidential Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award is designed to be the most prestigious honor presented by the Office of Academic Services for Student-Athletes and the Office of the Provost. It serves to recognize two student-athletes, one male and one female, who have demonstrated academic excellence, qualities of leadership and service to the University of Dayton community.

A MESSAGE TO PROSPECTS...

To participate in varsity athletics, student-athletes must receive “qualifier” status determined by the NCAA Clearinghouse. Please visit NCAAClearinghouse.net for further information. It is never too early for student-athletes to start planning for college. Call the NCAA’s “Wanna Play? Know the Rule” hotline at 1-800-638-3731 to hear recorded information and order your free copy of the NCAA Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete.

ASK BEFORE YOU ACT

The importance of following all NCAA rules and regulations is imperative to maintaining the integrity of the University of Dayton. We ask all alumni, current student-athletes, prospective student-athletes, their families and friends to help the University protect the athletic eligibility of our student-athletes and the reputation of the University by adhering to the rules and regulations of the NCAA and by contacting the UD Compliance Office or the NCAA with all questions. With questions regarding the information above, contact Matt Tanney, Coordinator for Compliance, in the UD Compliance Office at (937)-229-1285 or Matt.Tanney@notes.udayton.edu.

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The Sports Medicine Staff works closely with the coaching staff to keep them informed regarding the At the University of Dayton, the health and well being medical status of the athletes. of our student-athletes is a primary concern. We strive to prevent injuries through pre-participation physical examinations, well-designed conditioning programs, warm-ups, proper practice planning, and appropriate equipment selection. When an athletic injury occurs, our goal is to provide the best medical care possible from the initial first-aid to the follow-up care and rehabilitation.

FACILITIES

There are two Athletic Training Rooms in operation at the University of Dayton. The Arena Training Room is located in the Donoher Basketball Center and utilized by Arena Complex teams for practices and games. The Frericks Center training room is open year round and is utilized for treatment and rehabilitation to all sports in the mornings and serves those sports that operate out of the Frericks Center in the afternoon.

STAFF

The University of Dayton Sports Medicine Staff consists of a team of Family Practice Physicians and Orthopedic Consultants and four full-time and two graduate assistant certified and licensed Athletic Trainers. In particular instances the Head Team Physician may refer athletes to other physicians or specialists. However, the Head Team Physician supervises the status of all athletes referred to other physicians or specialists and has the final authority with regard to all medical disqualifications, treatment, and return to play. Referrals to specialists will be made through the Team Physicians or Athletic Trainers only. Trained personnel are present at all athletic contests and, where possible, at all practices to insure prompt medical attention.

State-of-the-art conditioning centers, fully-equipped training rooms and full-time professionals combine to create a program for student-athletes that gives them a physical edge over the competition. Each UD team has a plan designed and administered by qualified professionals to meet the specific needs of their sport and style of play. All student-athletes perform basic strength training with a general emphasis on explosive lifts that involve as much of the body as possible. Conditioning programs are designed to prepare student-athletes for the specific metabolic demands of their sport. Core training, agility work and sport specific exercises are then incorporated into each program to prepare each student-athlete for competitive success. The UD strength & conditioning coaches work with out sports medicine staff to help reduce the risk of injuries and to efficiently return student-athletes to competition as quickly and as safely as possible following injury. With four staff members holding the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) credential, UD stays current on the latest research to insure that our programs are among the best in the country. In addition, the UD strength and conditioning staff can provide assistance in eating strategies that will improve health and competitiveness of UD studentathletes. The University of Dayton athletic conditioning centers, located both in the Frericks Center and the Donoher Basketball Center, house the very latest treadmills, Nautilus equipment, and free weights. 80

SPORTS MEDICINE

SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF

Head Athletic Trainer: Steve Foster, ATC, LAT (football) Manager of Sports Medicine: Nate Seymour, ATC, LAT, CSCS (men’s basketball)

SEAN CONVERY, M.D. HEAD PHYSICIAN Dr. Sean Convery is in his ninth year heading up Dayton’s medical staff. Convery’s primary full-time position is serving as the medical director of The Sports Medicine Center at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton. In addition, he is a faculty member in the Family Practice Residency Program at Miami Valley Hospital; associate clinical professor in the Department of Family Practice at Wright State University School of Medicine; school physician for the Kettering City School District; and team physician at Kettering Fairmont High School.

Assistant Athletic Trainer: Jamie Potter, ATC, LAT (women’s basketball, rowing)

TIM QUINN, M.D. ORTHOPEDIC CONSULTANT

Assistant Athletic Trainer: Lisa Schulte, (women’s soccer, track & field ) Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer: Julia Mattson, (volleyball, softball) Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer: Mark boulden, (men’s soccer, baseball)

Team Doctor: Dr. Sean Convery, M.D. Orthopedic Consultant: Dr. Tim Quinn, M.D. Assistant Team Physician: Dusty Rhodes, D.O Assistant Team Physician: Mike Barrow, M.D. Assistant Team Physician: Teresa Zryd, MD, MSPH Orthopedic Consultant: Jim Klosterman, M.D. Team Physician Emeritus: Art Bok, D.O.

Former Flyer football standout Dr. Tim Quinn serves his alma mater as the orthopedic consultant for UD Athletics. A 1973 graduate, Quinn has been associated with the Flyers in this capacity since 1988. He was a two-time First Team Academic All-America, and was chosen a National Football Foundation /College Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete in 1972. A versatile player, he was a starter at linebacker and on the defensive line in his career. He is also a two-time winner of UD’s John L. Macbeth Memorial Scholar-Athlete Award.

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

JOE OWENS

MARK THOBE

MIKE BEWLEY

TODD LINKLATER

Associate Director of Athletics/ Director of Athletic Performance Enhancement CSCS*D, NSCA Coach Practitioner

Strength & Conditioning Coach MS, CSCS, Men’s & Women’s Basketball and Men’s and Women’s Golf

Coordinator of Strength and Conditioning MS, CSCS Men’s & Women’s Cross Country, Football, Rowing, Men’s & Women’s Soccer, Men’s & Women’s Tennis, and Track & Field

Associate Head Baseball Coach/Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach MED Baseball and Softball


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