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

OPPONENT at Alfred Thiel Ithaca FDU-Florham * (Homecoming) at King’s * at Lycoming * Albright * at Lebanon Valley * Wilkes * at Delaware Valley *

* Middle Atlantic Conference game Home games in Bold Schedule is subject to change

TIME 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:30 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm


MEDIA INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION Press releases, feature material, photographs or other information can be obtained by contacting Sports Information Director Derek Crudele at 610-499-4436 or dacrudele@widener.edu. CREDENTIALS Credentials for Widener football games can be arranged by contacting the Sports Information Office. All passes may be picked up at the ticket booth on game day and must be visible at all times. Those with sideline passes may not pass in front of either team or their benches. Credentials are limited to working media only and must be requested no later than the Monday of game week. RADIO Those wishing to broadcast from the press box must contact Sports Information Director Derek Crudele at 610-499-4436 or dacrudele@ widener.edu. This request must be made no later than the Monday of game week. Two phone lines are available on a first-come, firstserve basis. MEDIA INFORMATION / INTERVIEWS Media notes, media guides, programs, halftime stats, final stats and a full book of the game will be available to all media. After every game, coach Isaac Collins and selected players will be available for interviews. Following a 10-minute “cooling-off ” period, coach Collins will field questions in his office followed by the players in the locker room. All media requests will be handled within the locker room and not outside. If you wish to interview a specific player after the game, please notify SID Derek Crudele. At home games, media members are asked to enter the Quick Stadium press box through the door furthest from the scoreboard. (If you are walking up the bleachers toward the press box with your back to the field, it is the door on your left. Thanks for your cooperation.) DIRECTIONS TO LESLIE C. QUICK JR. STADIUM From Blue Route South (Interstate-476 South): Take Exit 1 to MacDade Blvd. West. Turn left at Melrose Avenue (third light). Go to the fourth stop sign and turn left at 17th street. Go through gate, past the first parking lot, past Schwartz Center and park in the back lot. The stadium is 1/4 mile down the road past the field house. From Interstate-95: Take Exit 7 (Interstate-476) and immediately get off Exit 1 for MacDade Blvd. West. Turn left at Melrose Avenue (fourth light). Go to the fourth stop sign and turn left at 17th street. Go through gate, past the first parking lot, past Schwartz Center and park in the back lot. The stadium is 1/4 mile down the road past the field house.

MEDIA CONTACTS Associated Press 1835 Market St #1700 Philadelphia, PA 19103 215-561-1133 (o) 215-561-3544 (f)

Wilmington News Journal PO Box 15505 Wilmington, DE 19850-5505 302-324-2805 (o) 302-324-5509 (f)

Delaware Co. Daily Times 500 Mildred Avenue Primos, PA 19018 610-622-8880 (o) 610-622-8059 (f)

Norristown Times Herald PO Box 591 Norristown, PA 19404-9980 610-272-2322 (o) 610-272-0660 (f)

Philadelphia Daily News PO Box 7788 Philadelphia, PA 19101 215-854-5700 (o) 215-854-5524 (f)

Camden Courier Post PO Box 5300 Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 856-486-2424 (o) 856-663-3190 (f)

Philadelphia Inquirer PO Box 7788 Philadelphia, PA 19101 215-854-4550 (o) 215-854-4564 (f)

D3Football.com 406 N. Argonne Ave. Sterling, VA 20164 info@d3football.com

Don Hansen’s National Weekly Football Gazette PO Box 305 Westmont, IL 60559-0305 630-964-1105 (f)

KYW-TV 3 (CBS) 5th and Market Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-238-4646 (o) 215-238-4783 (f)

WPVI-TV 6 (ABC) 4100 City Line Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131 215-581-4595 (o) 215-581-4530 (f)

WCAU-TV 10 (NBC) 10 Monument Road Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 610-668-5660 (o) 610-668-3706 (f)

WTXF- TV 29 (FOX) 330 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-923-6397 (o) 215-592-1535 (f)

Comcast SportsNet 1 Wachovia Complex Philadelphia, PA 19148 215-952-5308 (o) 215-952-5953 (f)

PHILADELPHIA SPORTS WRITERS LUNCHEON Head Coach Isaac Collins is available each Wednesday at noon during the luncheon for interviews. The schedule is as follows... Villanova University University of Pennsylvania September 8 (TBA), 22 (CC) September 15, 29 October 6 (PB), 20 (CC) October 13, 27 November 3 (PB), 17 (CC) November 10 (CC - Connelly Center, PB - Press Box)

Credits: The 2010 Football Media Guide was produced by the Widener University Sports Information Department. Photography by John Ferko ‘80, Greg Carroccio and Al Zacharka. Printed by A+ Printing; Altoona, PA. Information current as of July 25, 2010.


2010 FOOTBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS Media Information.....................................................................IFC Table of Contents / Quick Facts..................................................... 1 2010 Roster.................................................................................2-4 Head Coach Isaac Collins............................................................... 5 Assistant Coaches........................................................................6-8 2010 Preview.............................................................................9-10 The 2010 Pride.......................................................................11-14 2009 Stats / Results.................................................................15-16 2009 Recaps............................................................................17-21 Blue & Gold Club / Coach to Cure MD...................................... 22 Middle Atlantic Conference / 2009 Review.................................. 23 Year-by-Year Awards..................................................................... 24 Pro Signings / Honor Roll............................................................ 25 All-Americas................................................................................. 26 Records...................................................................................27-30 Year-by-Year Leaders..................................................................... 31 NCAA Tournament Records........................................................ 32 1977, 1981 National Champions................................................. 33 2010 Opponents / 2010 MAC Schedule.................................34-37 Widener vs................................................................................... 38 Year-by-Year Results................................................................39-44 Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium.......................................................... 45 Administration............................................................................. 46 Athletic Training / Equipment...................................................... 47 Facilities....................................................................................... 48 Widener University................................................................... IBC

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General Information Location............................ One University Place / Chester, PA 19013 Enrollment........................................................ 2,350 undergraduates Founded......................................................... 1821, Wilmington, DE Colors.............................................................. Widener Blue & Gold Nickname...................................................................................Pride Affiliation........................................................... NCAA (Division III) Conference................................................................. Middle Atlantic Stadium....................................... Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium (1994) .................................................... Capacity: 4,000, Surface: FieldTurf 2009 Records...................................................3-7 (1-6 MAC, T-7th) Offensive Set / Defensive Set.........................................Multiple / 4-3 Starters Returning / Lost..............................Offense 6/5, Defense 5/6 Letterwinners Returning / Lost...................................................65/45 ADMINISTRATION President......................................................... Dr. James T. Harris III Athletic Director................................................................Jack Shafer Senior Woman Administrator...................Larissa Gillespie ‘98, M ’00 Assistant Athletic Director....................................... Chris Carideo ‘96 Head Athletic Trainer (Football)........... A.J. Duffy III, MS, ATC, PT Assistant Athletic Trainer............................................Bridget Wiseley Team Physician............................................... Dr. L. Luke Cellini ‘59 Team Orthopedic Consultant..........................Dr. James M. Zurbach Equipment Manager (Football)..................................... Keith Moodie Administrative Assistant (Football)................................. Carol Farnan Office Phone................................................................ 610-499-4444 Sports Information Director......................................... Derek Crudele Office Phone / Fax............................................ 610-499-4436 / 4481 Cell / Home Phone...................................................... 215-880-4377 E-Mail............................................................ dacrudele@widener.edu Press Box Phone........................................................... 610-499-1310 Press Box Radio Lines....................................... 610-499-4537 / 4538 Sports Information Line..........................................610-499-4600 (2) Web Address.................................................www.WidenerPride.com Football Facts Head Coach.................................................................... Isaac Collins Alma Mater....................................................................Rochester ‘94 Office Phone................................................................ 610-499-4444 E-Mail Address................................................. iacollins@widener.edu Record Overall and at Widener........................................ First Season Assistants ................................................... Charles Eger (offensive coordinator) ......................................................... Mark Fetterman (defensive line) ...................................... Mike Guille (director of football operations) ...................................................................Robert Laurie (tight ends) ............................................................. Powell Miller (wide receivers) ............................................... Jack Mrozinski (special teams, safeties) ............................................................. Terry Owens (running backs) ................................................Todd Schoenleber (defensive assistant) ................................................................. Jack Signor (defensive line) ....................................................... Roosevelt Williams (cornerbacks) .................................... Bill Zwaan (recruiting, academic coordinator) ............................................................. Marc Lordi (GA, linebackers)

NCAA Division III Champions (2): 1977, 1981 NCAA Tournament Appearances (12): 1975, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1988, 1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2007 Middle Atlantic Conf. Champs (17): 1958, ‘75, ‘77, ‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81, ‘82, ‘84, ‘87, ‘88, ‘94, ‘95, 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘07 ECAC Champions (2): 2005, 2006 Undefeated Regular Seasons (10): 1888, 1909, 1913, 1934, 1954, 1975, 1979, 1980, 1981, 2001

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2010 ROSTER No. Name 1 Angel Clybourn 2 Laquan Robinson 3 Tevin Wood 4 Cedrick Clayton 5 Caulie George 6 Rick Ritter 7 Reinaldo Rodriquez 8 Matt Breslin 9 Courtland Bragg 10 Kevin Huelster 11 Tevin Campbell 12 Chris Haupt 13 Drew Lagomarsino 14 Sean Nevin 15 Gary Fish 16 Robert Watkins 17 Bob Brice 18 Michael Penna 19 Kevin Franklin 20 Wes O’Kula 21 Fred Ferro 22 EJ Stroman 23 Chris Cottrell 24 Stephon Singleton 25 Terrant Morrison 26 Wayne Gilliam 27 Mohammad Conteh 28 Brad Waltman 29 Steve Marrero 30 Fritzgy Joseph 31 Joe Favinger 32 Adam Smith 33 Scott Monestime 34 Brendan Curran 35 John Cataldo 36 Kaiuway Boima 37 Michael Johnson 38 James McFadden 39 Joe Colleluori 40 Leon Goodwin 41 Brandon Nye 42 Keith Hofmann 43 Dylan Ditmer 44 Dom DePasquale 45 Jon Natter 46 Stephen Strickland 47 Joe Wojceichowski 48 Kossivi Woluko 49 Kyle Fricke 50 Mike Pacitti 51 Kevan Strigle 52 Josh McCoun 53 Tyler Kunkel 54 Keith Wilson



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

Pos. Ht. Wt. MLB 5-11 225 CB 5-11 175 WR 5-8 153 WR 6-0 190 WR 6-1 175 WR 5-10 180 WR 6-0 180 K/P 6-2 190 CB 5-6 170 K/P 6-3 218 QB 6-1 190 QB 6-0 230 QB 6-3 220 CB 6-1 200 S 6-0 195 MLB 6-0 230 QB 6-2 200 TE 6-3 250 CB 5-10 195 S 6-0 205 CB 6-2 195 CB 6-0 205 MLB 6-1 216 CB 5-6 145 RB 5-8 175 S 5-11 170 CB 5-10 165 S 5-9 198 CB 5-7 165 CB 5-11 160 OLB 6-0 230 TB 5-9 210 TB 5-10 195 FB 5-11 220 WR 5-7 160 WR 5-11 160 CB 5-9 160 K/P 5-11 190 MLB 5-9 220 S OLB 6-1 225 DT 6-0 236 OLB 5-11 195 TB 6-1 230 OLB 5-11 220 OLB 6-1 205 OLB 6-1 215 S 5-6 167 FB 6-0 205 OL 6-0 255 OL 6-2 275 DE 5-11 219 OL 5-11 230 DT 6-0 248

Hometown/Previous School Mays Landing, NJ/Villanova U. Chester, PA/Chester Baltimore, MD/Albright College Cinnaminson, NJ/Cinnaminson Irmo, SC/Dutch Fork Marlton, NJ/King’s College Sayreville, NJ/Sayreville Sugarloaf, PA/Hazelton Sicklerville, NJ/Winslow Twp. Mount Laurel, NJ/Holy Cross Brookhaven, PA/Chester Bloomsburg, PA/Central Columbia Sellersville, PA/Millersville U. East Greenville, PA/Upper Perkiomen Easton, PA/Easton Douglassville, PA/Owen J. Roberts West Chester, PA/West Chester East Philadelphia, PA/Roman Catholic Baltimore, MD/Archbishop Curley Doylestown, PA/Central Bucks West Clifton Heights, PA/Haverford School Red Hill, PA/Upper Perkiomen Somers Point, NJ/Mainland Philadelphia, PA/Northeast Smyrna, DE/Smyrna Williamstown, NJ/Camden Catholic Upper Marlboro, MD/Largo Belair, MD/Archbishop Curley Reading, PA/Holy Name King of Prussia, PA/Upper Merion Mohnton, PA/Governor Mifflin Littlestown, PA/East Stroudsburg U. Parlin, NJ/Sayreville War Memorial Sinking Spring, PA/Holy Name Jamison, PA/Central Bucks East New Britain, CT/New Britain Harrisburg, PA/Susquehanna Twp. Warminster, PA/Archbishop Wood Holmes, PA/Cardinal O’Hara Lansdowne, PA/Coastal Carolina Univ. Enola, PA/East Pennsboro Haddon Heights, NJ/Camden Catholic Exton, PA/Downingtown East Williamstown, NJ/Gateway North Hills, PA/Abington Drexel Hill, PA/Westfield Riverside, NJ/Holy Cross Clayton, DE/Smyrna Blue Point, NY/Bayport Blue Point West Deptford, NJ/West Deptford Havertown, PA/Marple Newtown Nazareth, PA/Nazareth Tamaqua, PA/Tamaqua West Chester, PA/Duquesne U.

Alphabetical 97 Okechukwu Amachi 66 Jordan Anderson 46 Victor Aristeo 61 Chris Battaglino 36 Kaiuway Boima 9 Courtland Bragg 8 Matt Breslin 17 Bob Brice 11 Tevin Campbell 79 Brian Carlton 35 John Cataldo 83 Anthony Clayton 4 Cedrick Clayton 1 Angel Clybourn 39 Joe Colleluori 64 Tom Collins 71 Gary Colone 27 Mohammad Conteh 91 Dan Cosenza 23 Chris Cottrell 34 Brendan Curran 44 Dom DePasquale 43 Dylan Ditmer 60 Ryan Eckenrode 62 Charles Evans 31 Joe Favinger 21 Fred Ferro 15 Gary Fish 19 Kevin Franklin 95 Josh Fredricks 49 Kyle Fricke 25 Corey Gemerek 5 Caulie George 26 Wayne Gilliam 96 Jordan Goldstein 40 Leon Goodwin 98 Chad Gravinese 74 Erik Harper 12 Chris Haupt 92 Trevor Hicks 65 Nick Hober 42 Keith Hofmann 81 Justin Horning 10 Kevin Huelster 87 Carmen Imbalzano 84 Bernard Innocent 99 Darius Johnson 37 Michael Johnson 78 Pierce Joiner 85 Shawn Jones 57 Curtis Jordan 75 Allan Joseph 30 Fritzgy Joseph

DE OL DE OL WR CB K/P QB QB DT WR WR WR MLB MLB OL OL CB DT MLB FB TB OLB OL OL OLB CB S CB DE FB MLB WR S DT S DE DL QB DE OL DT WR K/P WR WR DE CB DT WR OL DT CB

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2010 ROSTER 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Jarris Rucker-Henderson Fr. Kevin Quinn Fr. Curtis Jordan Sr. James Showell So. Sam Nocille Fr. Ryan Eckenrode Jr. Chris Battaglino Fr. Charles Evans So. Max McCarthy So. Tom Collins Fr. Nick Hober Fr. Jordan Anderson Fr. Andrew Philpott Jr. John Philpott Jr. Julian Lipscomb So. Justin Rems So. Gary Colone Fr. Harry Rannels Sr. AJ Winter Sr. Erik Harper Fr. Allan Joseph Fr. Gerry Pacitti So. Frank Yurick Fr. Pierce Joiner Fr. Robert Miller Fr. Alex Smith Sr. Justin Horning Jr. Nate Zidik Fr. Anthony Clayton Fr. Bernard Innocent Sr. Shawn Jones Fr. Ben Petrak So. Carmen Imbalzano So. Dennis Wolley Fr. Taylor McMaster Jr. Greg Walsh Jr. Dan Cosenza Jr. Trevor Hicks Fr. Rob Kalinoski So. Shane Szumski Sr. Josh Fredricks Sr. Jordan Goldstein Fr. Okechukwu Amachi Fr. Chad Gravinese So. Darius Johnson Fr. Mike Acciavatti Fr. Victor Aristeo Sr. Zach Barlage So. Derek Butrica Fr. Zach Campo Fr. Brian Carlton Jr. Zaire Christian So. Mishaal Chudasama Fr. Greg Collopy Fr. Garrett Compton Fr.

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MLB 5-10 200 LS 5-11 168 OL 5-8 280 OLB 5-9 205 OL 6-1 245 OL 6-0 296 OL 6-1 240 OL 6-3 245 OL 5-11 245 OL 6-0 245 OL 5-11 270 OL 6-3 285 DT 5-11 260 DT 5-10 265 OL 6-5 354 OL 6-2 240 OL 6-4 250 OL 6-5 275 OL 6-1 270 DL 6-1 295 DT 6-0 238 OL 6-2 295 DT 6-4 255 DT 6-0 300 DT 6-1 236 WR 5-9 195 WR 6-2 195 WR 6-0 195 WR 6-0 175 WR 6-2 210 WR 5-7 147 WR 5-9 180 WR 5-9 185 WR 5-9 170 TE 6-2 220 DE 6-2 250 DT 6-1 230 DE 5-11 215 DE 6-3 228 DE 6-4 242 DE 6-1 234 DT 6-1 260 DE 6-1 235 DE 6-3 214 DE 6-4 240 S 5-9 175 DE 5-10 220 QB 6-2 195 MLB 5-10 210 OLB 5-11 190 DT 6-1 349 OL 5-11 279 TE WR 5-10 170 TB 5-8 200

Douglassville, PA/Daniel Boone Downingtown, PA/Coatesville Clinton, MD/Bishop McNamara Millsboro, DE/Sussex Central Sewell, NJ/Washington Twp. Ridley Park, PA/Ridley Bellmore, NY/WC Mepham Harrisburg, PA/Central Dauphin Deptford, NJ/Deptford Manchester, CT/Manchester Folsom, PA/Ridley Coral Springs, FL/M. Stoneman Douglas West Chester, PA/Henderson West Chester, PA/Henderson Philadelphia, PA/William Bodine Willow Grove, PA/Upper Moreland Franklinville, NJ/Delsea Sewell, NJ/Gloucester Catholic Pottsville, PA/Nativity BVM Yeadon, PA/West Catholic Bloomfield, CT/Bloomfield West Deptford, NJ/West Deptford Ambler, PA/Upper Dublin Pittsburgh, PA/Central Catholic Philadelphia, PA/Simon Gratz Littlestown, PA/New Oxford Red Hill, PA/Upper Perkiomen Lebanon, PA/Lebanon Cinnaminson, NJ/Cinnaminson Fairfax, VA/Flint Kennett Square, PA/Kennett Chadds Ford, PA/Kennett Trenton, NJ/Hamilton East Upper Marlboro, MD/Largo Spring Grove, PA/Spring Grove Hatfield, PA/Lansdale Catholic Hamilton, NJ/Eastern Charlotte, NC/Providence Abington, PA/Roman Catholic Moorestown, NJ/Moorestown Hammonton, NJ/St. Joseph’s (Hammonton) Clarks Summit, PA/Abington Heights Bear, DE/William Penn Mullica Hill, NJ/Clearview Regional Baltimore, MD/National Acad. Foundation Newtown Square, PA/Archmere Cinnaminson, NJ/Cinnaminson Mullica Hill, NJ/Gloucester Catholic Glendora, NJ/Triton Arendtsville, PA/Biglerville Voorhees, NJ/Eastern Philadelphia, PA/W.B. Saul Folsom, PA/Ridley New Tripoli, PA/Northwestern Lehigh Huntington Valley, PA/St. Joseph Prep

93 53 13 69 29 63 52 38 89 49 79 33 25 45 14 59 41 20 76 50 18 74 86 67 68 56 72 70 6 2 7 55 58 82 24 32 80 46 51 22 47 94 51 90 28 16 54 73 47 88 48 3 77 82

Rob Kalinoski Tyler Kunkel Drew Lagomarsino Julian Lipscomb Steve Marrero Max McCarthy Josh McCoun James McFadden Taylor McMaster Cody Meuser Robert Miller Scott Monestime Terrant Morrison Jon Natter Sean Nevin Sam Nocille Brandon Nye Wes O’Kula Gerry Pacitti Mike Pacitti Michael Penna Jared Perricone Ben Petrak Andrew Philpott John Philpott Kevin Quinn Harry Rannels Justin Rems Rick Ritter Laquan Robinson Reinaldo Rodriquez Jarris Rucker-Henderson James Showell Donald Simcox Stephon Singleton Adam Smith Alex Smith Stephen Strickland Kevan Strigle EJ Stroman Kyle Sweitzer Shane Szumski Kyle Vaughn Greg Walsh Brad Waltman Robert Watkins Keith Wilson AJ Winter Joe Wojceichowski Dennis Wolley Kossivi Woluko Tevin Wood Frank Yurick Nate Zidik

DE OL QB OL CB OL DE K/P TE DT DT TB RB OLB CB OL OLB S OL OL TE OL WR DT DT LS OL OL WR CB WR MLB OLB FB CB TB WR OLB OL CB MLB DE OLB DE S MLB DT OL OLB WR S WR DT WR




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Dakari Connor Fr. Eric Davis So. Kurt Davis Fr. Jesse DeMase Fr. Jamal Dorsey So. Denzel Drennon Fr. John Endlein Fr. Fred Eskridge Fr. Dave Fernandez Fr. Josh Fetcko Fr. Corey Gemerek Sr. Ian Groover Fr. Ricky Hakes Fr. Jason Hedgepeth Fr. Collins Hypolite Fr. Kevin Jenko Fr. Ian Kelly Fr. Garrett Lerner Fr. TJ Livezey So. Andrew Madanat So. Adam Marcucci Fr. Gary Masino Fr. Cody Meuser So. Brett Meyer Fr. Gerald Moore Jr. Thomas Motley Fr. Lenard Norton Fr. Mike O’Hara So. Thomas Padulla Fr. Cole Panaccione Fr. Andrew Patterson So. Pedro Perez Sr. Jared Perricone So. Andrew Perrot Fr. Jermaine Quattlebaum Fr. Ethan Quint So. Juan Ramirez Fr. Tom Rappa Fr. Justin Richards Fr. Ryan Roberts Fr. Joseph Robinson Fr. Michael Shostek Fr. Lucas Silveri-Hiller Fr. Donald Simcox Sr. Stas Starovoytov So. Marquis Stewart Fr. Jovaun Strange Fr. Ryan Sweeney Fr. Kyle Sweitzer Sr. Donald Toole So. Kevin Truitt Jr. Kyle Vaughn So. Mark Visco So. Anthony Zacckey Fr.



WR 5-11 182 DT 6-0 285 ILB 5-11 198 WR 6-5 175 OLB 5-11 197 OLB 5-10 210 LS 5-9 185 DT WR 5-5 130 MLB 5-10 205 MLB 5-9 200 MLB 6-0 220 WR 5-10 160 OLB 5-9 202 S WR 6-2 200 CB 5-11 172 S 5-10 175 TE 6-2 225 DE 5-10 207 WR 5-11 170 DT 5-9 230 DT 5-11 228 TE 5-10 200 WR 6-1 196 DE 6-0 210 DT 5-11 305 CB 5-9 165 TB 5-5 165 OL 6-0 240 FB 5-7 196 S 5-9 211 OL 5-11 280 WR 5-11 170 QB 6-2 170 WR 6-1 205 S 5-7 175 OL 5-11 250 MLB 5-11 205 OLB 5-11 220 OL 6-3 250 OLB 5-11 200 OL 6-1 225 FB 6-0 208 FB 5-9 205 S 5-10 165 WR 5-9 160 S MLB 5-7 195 FB 5-3 185 FB 5-9 215 OLB 6-0 215 S 5-11 185 DE 6-0 215

Sewell, NJ/Washington Twp. Ewing, NJ/Notre Dame Morristown, NJ/Morristown Hesperia, CA/Sultana Mount Holly, PA/Rancocas Valley Pennsauken, NJ/Pennsauken Mount Laurel, NJ/Lenape Atco, NJ/Hammonton Philadelphia, PA/George Washington Westminster, MD/Westminster Glendora, NJ/Triton Roebling, NJ/Florence Twp. Memorial Cedar Knolls, NJ/Whippany Park Tuckerton, NJ/Pinelands Regional Bethlehem, PA/Liberty Essex Junction, VT/Essex Clarks Summit, PA/Abington Heights New Tripoli, PA/Northwestern Lehigh Bel Air, MD/Bel Air Newark, DE/Salesianum Sicklerville, NJ/Washington Twp. Philadelphia, PA/Roman Catholic Easton, PA/Easton Philadelphia, PA/Saint Joseph’s Prep Baltimore, MD/Bishop McNamara Prospect Park, PA/Interboro Camden, NJ/Triton Warminster, PA/Archbishop Wood Webster, NY/Cicero-North Syracuse Howell, NJ/Howell North East, MD/Rising Sun Pennsauken, NJ/Pennsauken Hampstead, MD/Delone Catholic Bryn Mawr, PA/Radnor Upper Marlboro, MD/Largo Stevens, PA/Cocalico Parkton, MD/Dulaney Bellmore, NY/WC Mepham Deptford, NJ/Deptford Maple Shade, NJ/Maple Shade Lawrenceville, NJ/Conwell-Egan Catholic Uniondale, PA/Scranton Prep Downingtown, PA/Downingtown East Erma, NJ/Lower Cape May Feasterville, PA/Neshaminy Elkton, MD/Elkton Wheatley Heights, NY/Half Hollow Hills W. Secane, PA/Monsignor Bonner York, PA/William Penn Philadelphia, PA/Monsignor Bonner Broomall, PA/Archbishop Carroll Thurmont, MD/Catoctin Fort Washington, PA/Upper Dublin Clifton Heights, PA/Upper Darby

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Matt Breslin

Justin Horning

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Isaac Collins • Head Coach With Widener looking for a renewed sense of enthusiasm and someone to help take the historic program to the next level, Isaac Collins was the perfect choice to lead the squad. Collins fits the bill as someone who has experience on various levels from Division I-AA, Division III and the National Football League. It is that kind of expertise the University was looking for and one in which the team will place its trust in as it looks for another Middle Atlantic Conference title. “We were looking for a head coach whose values align with Widener’s mission and who has the ability to lead our team to success on and off the field. We found both of those qualities in Isaac Collins,” said Widener University President James T. Harris III, a member of the NCAA Executive Committee and chair of the NCAA Division III Council. “We had an impressive group of candidates for the position and we are excited to have a coach with Isaac’s credentials lead the Pride into a new decade on the football field,” Widener University Athletic Director Jack Shafer said. It is a proud tradition which Collins is placed in charge. Widener has won a league-record 17 Middle Atlantic Conference titles, appeared in the NCAA Tournament 12 times and won two national championships. Collins arrives after serving the last four years as defensive coordinator for The Citadel. He is no stranger to the region, serving as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Delaware in 2005 and at Lehigh from 2000-03. Collins also participated in the National Football League Minority Fellowship Program, completing coaching internships for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2001 and the New York Giants in 1999.

“Widener has a great football tradition and I am honored to be selected to continue that tradition,” Collins said. “I’m familiar with the high level of competition in the Middle Atlantic Conference and I look forward to the challenge.” As defensive coordinator at The Citadel, Collins’ schemed to face teams such as Clemson, Florida, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Texas A&M and Wisconsin. This was in addition to the Bulldogs’ annual meeting against conference rival and Football Championship Subdivision powerhouse Appalachian State. Collins’ defense in 2007 led the Southern Conference in total defense. In his four years, he coached nine All-Southern Conference defenders. Collins also was an assistant coach at Hobart from 1994-98, serving as defensive coordinator his final year. He also was an assistant at Columbia from 1998-2000, and the associate head coach and defensive coordinator at Holy Cross from 2004-05. He is one of seven minority football coaches in Division III and Collins is the first such to coach football at Widener. Collins earned a bachelor’s degree in political science in 1994 from the University of Rochester, where he was captain of the football team in 1993 and was named conference offensive player of the year in 1992. He and his wife, Ada, have three children Kayla, 10, Jaylen, 9, and Alina, 1.

Isaac Collins Resume 2006-09........ The Citadel...............Defensive Coordinator Linebackers (‘09) Secondary/OLB (‘06-’08) 2005............. Delaware........................... Secondary Coach 2004............. Holy Cross................Defensive Coordinator 2000-03........ Lehigh............................... Secondary Coach 2001............. Philadelphia Eagles.............. Minority Intern 1998-99........ Columbia............................ Assistant Coach 1999............. New York Giants................. Minority Intern 1994-97........ Hobart.............................. Secondary Coach

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Isaac Collins and his wife, Ada, and children Kayla, Alina and Jaylen.




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Charles Eger • Offensive Coordinator Charles Eger is in his first season as Widener’s offensive coordinator. He arrives after spending the last four years at Central Connecticut State coaching the wide receivers, offensive line, tight ends and special teams. Eger helped develop a budding offense which in 2009 captured the Northeast Conference title and competed in the Gridiron Classic. The 2009 team was fourth in the NEC in passing offense and first in passing efficiency. The squad also was in the top 10 in rushing in the country from 2006-08. Eger served as the Blue Devils Instructor of Physical Education and Human Performance from 2005-07, its assistant director of sports conditioning and special teams coordinator from 1999-2004 and its student assistant to the compliance coordinator from 1995-98. He also worked as the assistant sports performance director at Velocity Sports Performance in Great Neck, NY from 2004-05, the associate head coach at Newington High School in Connecticut from 2003-06 and an intern strength and conditioning coach at Yale University in 2000. Eger played in the Arena Football League with the New York Dragons (2001, 2003) as well as AF2 with the Rochester Brigade (2001-02) and the Mohegan Wolves (2003). Eger graduated from Central Connecticut State with a B.S. and a Master’s in Physical Education. He and his wife, Jennielle, have a two-month-old daughter, Tessa.

Mark Fetterman • Defensive Line Mark Fetterman is in his first season as the Pride’s defensive line coach. Fetterman returns to the college game after serving from 2000-04 as the defensive line coach and strength and conditioning coach at Lehigh. On the defensive line, he coached two All-Americans and 11 all-conference players. The Mountain Hawks in that stretch posted a 49-11 record and went to the NCAA Tournament three times. In first four years on staff, Fetterman worked with Isaac Collins. Fetterman from 1997-99 was the defensive coordinator at Jacksonville University and from 1995-96 was the strength and conditioning coach at Ursinus, helping it to the 1996 NCAA Tournament. On the high school level, Fetterman was the defensive coordinator at Downingtown East High School from 2007-09. The squad went to the District I playoffs three straight years and notched a 25-11 record in that span. He also was the defensive coordinator at Coatesville High School from 2005-06 and an assistant coach at Glen Mills High School from 1989-94. Fetterman graduated West Chester University in 1988 with a B.S. in Sports Administration. He and his wife, Kim, are parents of Jessica, 11, and Jordan, 8.

Jack Mrozinski • Safeties, Special Teams Coordinator Jack Mrozinski is in his first season as the safeties and special teams coordinator for the Pride. Mrozinski served in 2009 as the assistant defensive backs coach at Hofstra as well as its video coordinator. He also was an assistant coach at Muhlenberg from 2007-08, helping the squad to consecutive Centennial Conference titles and NCAA Tournament berths. He helped with the special teams, was the team’s video coordinator and was the defensive coordinator on the JV squad. Mrozinski played quarterback and long snapper at Buffalo State College from 2002-06 and was an assistant coach at the school in 2007. He also helped with quarterback drills at the Buffalo Bills Youth Camp for two years and the Western New York Coaches Association Camp for three years. Mrozinski graduated Buffalo State in 2006 with a B.A. in Communications.

Robert Laurie • Tight Ends Robert Laurie is in his first season as Widener’s tight ends coach. Laurie the last five years was the co-owner, wide receivers coach and special teams coach of the Olney Blaze in the IFL. Also its co-founder, Laurie ran preseason camps and recruiting in leading the squad to a division championship. Laurie also was the offensive coordinator for the West Oak Lane Panthers of the LaBelle Football League from 2003-04 and the assistant special teams coach for the Northwest Giants of the DVIFL from 2002-03. He also served as the video coordinator for the Trenton Lightning of the IPFL from 2001-02 as well as assistant defensive coordinator for Germantown High School from 1998-99.



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COACHING STAFF

Powell Miller • Wide Receivers Powell Miller is in his first year as the Pride’s wide receivers coach. Miller in 2009 was the wide receivers coach and the offensive quality control coach at Appalachian State, helping it to its fifth straight Southern Conference title. He was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Kentucky Day School from 2006-08, notching three state playoff appearances and three second-place finishes in the conference. Miller had two of his quarterbacks named first team all-conference and a running back tabbed honorable mention all-state. He also was the player personnel director from 2004-06 for the Louisville Fire of AF2, which won its division in 2004 and 2006. Miller played quarterback for Missouri Southern State University in 2004 and the University of the Cumberlands in 2005. He graduated from the University of Louisville in 2009 with a B.S. in Sport Administration. Miller and his wife, Ashley, recently were married.

Terry Owens • Running Backs Terry Owens is in his first year as the running backs coach for Widener. Owens spent 2009 as the cornerbacks coach for Millersville University as well as the team’s video coordinator. He also was the co-defensive coordinator at Bensalem High School in 2008, the wide receivers coach at Kutztown in 2001 and an intern with the Washington Redskins in 1997. Owens was a four-year starter at Kutztown and a three-time all-conference pick. He also has served as a guest coach at both Colorado and Notre Dame. Owens in 2010 is expected to receive his B.S. in Journalism and English Literature from Kutztown. He has a son Nathan, 8, and a daughter Jada, 5.

Todd Schoenleber • Assistant Defensive Coach Todd Schoenleber is in his first year as an assistant defensive coach for Widener. He coached in 2009 at Godwin Heights High School in Grand Rapids, MI with the offensive linemen, defensive linemen and the defensive backs. Schoenleber also was in charge of scouting and statistical analysis on their opponents. He assisted with the team’s fundraisers that included a golf outing and a charity poker tournament. Schoenleber needed just two years to earn his degree from Grand Valley State University in 2009, receiving a B.S. in Physical Education with an emphasis on coaching. He was an inaugural member of the school’s Physical Education Club and took part in the University’s Laker Nation, dealing with the student body. He is married to Nan Schoenleber.

Roosevelt Williams • Cornerbacks Roosevelt Williams is in his first season as Widener’s cornerbacks coach. Williams was the defensive backs and speed coach at Clark Atlanta University from 2008-09. He was a unit administration director and counselor for Kids Peace of Georgia, mentoring problematic youths within a treatment center from 2008-09. Williams also was a unit counselor for the Alternative Behavior Treatment Center in Chicago from 2006-07. Williams played defensive back for the New York Jets from 2005-06, the Cleveland Browns from 2003-04 and the Chicago Bears from 2001-02. With the Browns, he started 15 of 26 games during his run. With the Bears, he earned a starting role in the 12th game after being picked in the third round of the 2002 draft. Williams also was named to the NFL All-Rookie Team in 2002. He played at Savannah State from 1998-99 and at Tuskegee from 2000-01. Williams graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2009 with a B.S. in Business Management. He and his wife Breeona have a son Deontai, 14.

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Bill Zwaan • Asst. Coach, Recruiting, Academic Coord. Bill Zwaan is in second season on Widener’s staff, serving as its recruiting and academic coordinator one year after being its quarterbacks coach. Zwaan in 2008 coached at Lycoming, helping the squad win the Middle Atlantic Conference title and compete in the NCAA Tournament. Zwaan played a key role in the Warriors ending third in the league in total offense and quarterback Colin Dwyer being named second team All-MAC. Zwaan also was a volunteer quarterback coach in the spring of 2008 for West Chester University and helped at the squad’s annual camp. He enjoyed a highly successful run as quarterback for West Chester, being named first team All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference in 2007 and second team all-league in 2006. Zwaan was named the Maxwell Club Local College Player of the Year and the Bert Bell Local MVP in 2007. He graduated WCU in 2008 with a B.A. in History. He is the son of Bill Zwaan, Widener’s former football coach and athletic director who compiled a 54-14 mark from 1997-2002, leading the squad to three MAC crowns, two NCAA Tournament berths and a trip to the 2000 national semifinals.

Marc Lordi • GA, Linebackers Marc Lordi is in his first season as a graduate assistant coach for the Pride. He will be in charge of the linebackers in 2010. Lordi graduated Ursinus in 2010 with a degree in History and also has a Pennsylvania State Certification in Education. Lordi in 2009 assisted with the football staff while recovering from injury. A standout off the field, Lordi was a member of the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society from 2008-10. He was an executive board member for two years, the chief archivist his first year and the chief historian his second year. Lordi made the Dean’s List four times and graduated with a 3.4 GPA. He also was a member of the Bears’ Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and was picked to the Centennial Conference Sportsmanship Team in 2008. Lordi also served as camp counselor at the Chappy More Championships Football Camp from 2004-08.

Jack Signor • Defensive Line Jack Signor is in his 13th season on the staff and 11th as defensive line coach. As defensive line coach, Signor has tutored numerous all-conference selections and four first team All-Americas. He previously served as a defensive assistant in 1998 and the defensive tackles coach in 1999. Signor was named a Division III All-America in 1997 at defensive lineman and the school’s recipient of the F. Eugene Dixon Bowl for dedication and unselfish contribution as a senior. A four-year starter and also captain his senior season, Signor was tabbed second team All-MAC in 1996 and first team All-MAC in 1997. A 1999 graduate of Widener with a degree in History, he received his Master’s in Middle School Education here in 2005. Signor in 2008 also earned a Master’s in Educational Leadership from Widener. Promoted to assistant principal and director of athletics at Ridley Middle School in 2009, Signor resides in Media, PA with his wife, Eva, daughter, Riley, and son, Jack 4th.

Mike Guille • Director of Football Operations Mike Guille is in his 19th season as a part of Widener’s football program. Guille brings an extensive resume to the table, having helped Widener to six Middle Atlantic Conference titles, five NCAA Tournament appearances and three ECAC Bowls. He served as linebacker coach from 1992-93, moved to the defensive line in 1994, went back to the linebackers in 1998 and served the last three years as a full-time defensive assistant. A 2002 inductee into the Delaware County chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame, Guille amassed a 68-31-2 record in 10 seasons as head coach at Penn Wood HS (1982-91). He was picked Delaware County Daily Times Coach of the Year in 1985 and News of Delaware County Coach of the Year in 1984, 1985 and 1987. Guille also served as head coach at Darby-Colwyn HS from 1980-81 before a merger created Penn Wood HS. He was an assistant coach at Darby-Colwyn from 1973-79 and served as defensive coordinator at the Hero Bowl (DelCo All-Star Game) from 1980-88. A graduate of Monsignor Bonner HS where he was a member of the 1968 championship team, Guille in 2008 was inducted into the school’s athletics Hall of Fame. He attended West Chester University and was on three title squads, earning his B.S. in Health and Physical Education and M. Ed. from WCU in Health and Phys. Ed. Guille worked 34 years in the William Penn School District for the Health and Physical Education Department, including 30 years as department chair. Guille and his wife, Anita, have five children, Mike Jr., Chris, Andrew, Colleen and Brittney -- all of which attended Widener. The Guille’s reside in Springfield, PA and have one grandchild, Jacklyn Angela, 3.



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2010 PREVIEW You would be hard pressed to find two tougher campaigns for a program with such a proud tradition as the last two for Widener’s football team. But 2010 begins a new era, one of historical proportion and one that hopefully will send the Pride once again soaring toward the top of the Middle Atlantic Conference. Isaac Collins takes the reigns as the 22nd football coach in school history. Possessing a high desire to win and a strong sense of discipline, Collins will have his work cut out for him but is more than up for the challenge. Arriving after serving the last four years as defensive coordinator at The Citadel, Collins is one of seven minority coaches in Division III. He also is the first African-American coach in the history of Widener football. The defense has been one of the strongest units for the Pride the last few years and this season should be no different. Even with just five starters back, this group has more than what it takes to make some noise. Among the stalwarts in this mix is senior Joe Favinger, who was tabbed first team All-MAC and second team all-region last year. A smart player who also is a fierce competitor, the second team preseason All-American most likely will shift to the outside in the 4-3 scheme. Another factor at linebacker is senior Shane Szumski, who was picked second all-conference last season. Also a three-year starter, Szumski plays with a high desire to win and easily led the squad last year with 75 tackles. Senior Jon Natter started last season at inside linebacker and should get a fair share of playing time this season. Senior Joe Col-

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Joe Favinger leluori as well as juniors Chris Cottrell, Brandon Nye and Robert Watkins also will play a big role this season. Gone from the defensive line is James Woodley, a four-year starter and three-time all-league player at nose guard who will sorely be missed. But this gives others a new opportunity on what should still be a solid line. Senior Josh Fredricks, who made the Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team, certainly should move up to a starting role this season. His play last year helped Widener close third in the MAC with 114.8 yards rushing allowed per contest. Juniors Keith Wilson and John Philpott are among others challenging for time. The secondary once again looks strong with the return of seniors Kevin Franklin and Fred Ferro at cornerback. Franklin is a four-year starter whose intelligent and solid play helped him close tied for sixth on the team with 42 tackles. Ferro also provides the team strong play that led him to 14 tackles. The Pride will have to replace both of their safeties, but the team is not worried about this. Junior Gary Fish served as the backup last season at free safety, ending with 21 tackles, and senior Wes O’Kula also looks for more time. The offense had its share of hard knocks toward the end of last year, but six starters returning spells a positive outlook with a new plan taking the field. Sophomore quarterback Chris Haupt hopes he can regain his form from the start of last season. Showing tremendous upside when the team won three of its first four games in 2009, Haupt has matured a great deal in the offseason and hopes that translates to the fall.




2010 PREVIEW Senior Adam Smith showed his talent at running back with 542 yards, the most for Widener in three years, and 201 yards rushing at Wilkes. He also was a factor on special teams with 359 kickoff return yards, including 108 at Albright. Senior Michael Penna has been a major factor at tight end the last three years and this season should be no different. A first team all-conference pick in 2008, Penna had 111 receiving yards last season despite missing two games due to injury.

Junior Kevin Huelster is back at punter after finishing third a season ago with 37.4 yards per boot. The schedule is never easy for Widener, including the team’s 129th. The slates features four postseason teams from 2009 with three of them competing in the NCAA Tournament. The journey begins September 4 at Alfred, one of the NCAA Tournament competitors. It continues one week later at home against Thiel in the inaugural “MAC-PAC Football Challenge Series.” After hosting perennial power Ithaca on September 18, Widener will have its first in-season bye week since 1967. MAC play opens October 2 on Homecoming Weekend vs. FDU-Florham. Widener hosts national quarterfinalist Albright on October 23 and visits ECAC Southwest Bowl winner Lebanon Valley the following week. The Pride on November 13 travel to Doylestown to visit Delaware Valley in the 30th Keystone Cup game. The conference champion earns an automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament, which begins November 20.

(left) Cedrick Clayton (below) Adam Smith

Juniors Justin Horning and Cedrick Clayton are back at wide receiver. Horning made his presence felt with 207 yards receiving at Curry and closed the year at 536 yards on 37 receptions. Clayton also had an impressive campaign, ending with 16 catches for 163 yards. Senior Rick Ritter also hopes for more playing time after closing with 23 catches for 409 yards, including 81 yards against Delaware Valley. The offensive line took a major hit with four of its five starters receiving their degrees. Senior Harry Rannels is left to shoulder the load at right tackle, looking to once again help an offense which scored at least 22 points five times last year. Others searching for time among the big uglies are senior AJ Winter, junior Ryan Eckenrode and sophomore Gerry Pacitti. Widener’s special teams receives a boost with two key returnees. Junior Matt Breslin was among the elite kickers. He ended tied for third in the MAC with five field goals, fourth with a .920 extrapoint percentage (23-for-25) and fifth with 23 extra points.

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THE 2010 PRIDE Victor Aristeo • 46 Sr. • DE • 5-10 • 220 Cinnaminson, NJ Cinnaminson Education

Zach Barlage • ## So. • QB • 6-2 • 195 Mullica Hill, NJ Gloucester Catholic Communication Studies

Matt Breslin • 8 Jr. • K/P • 6-2 • 190 Sugarloaf, PA Hazleton Accounting

Bob Brice • 17 Sr. • QB • 6-2 • 200 West Chester, PA West Chester East History

Brian Carlton • 79 Jr. • DT • 6-1 • 349 Voorhees, NJ Eastern Criminal Justice

John Cataldo • 35 Sr. • RB • 5-7 • 160 Jamison, PA Central Bucks East Accounting

Cedrick Clayton • 4 Jr. • WR • 6-0 • 190 Cinnaminson, NJ Cinnaminson Accounting

Joe Collelouri • 39 Sr. • MLB • 5-9 • 220 Holmes, PA Cardinal O’Hara Civil Engineering

Dan Cosenza • 91 Jr. • DT • 6-1 • 230 Hamilton, NJ Eastern Secondary Education

Chris Cottrell • 23 Jr. • OLB • 6-1 • 216 Somers Point, NJ Mainland Communications

Brendan Curran • 34 Jr. • FB • 5-11 • 220 Sinking Spring, PA Holy Name Business Management

Dom DePasquale • 44 So. • TB • 6-1 • 230 Williamstown, NJ Gateway Criminal Justice

Jamal Dorsey • ## So. • OLB • 5-11 • 197 Mount Holley, NJ Rancocas Valley Sport Management

Ryan Eckenrode • 60 Jr. • OL • 6-0 • 296 Ridley Park, PA Ridley Electrical Engineering

Charles Evans • 62 So. • OL • 6-3 • 245 Harrisburg, PA Central Dauphin Civil Engineering

Joe Favinger • 31 Sr. • OLB • 6-0 • 230 Mohnton, PA Governor Mifflin Nursing

Fred Ferro • 21 Sr. • CB • 6-2 • 195 Clifton Heights, PA Haverford School Civil Engineering

Gary Fish • 15 Jr. • S • 6-0 • 195 Easton, PA Easton Business

Kevin Franklin • 19 Sr. • CB • 5-10 • 195 Baltimore, MD Archbishop Curley Psychology

Josh Fredricks • 95 Sr. • DE • 6-1 • 234 Hammonton, NJ St. Joe’s (Hammonton) Economics

Kyle Fricke • 49 Sr. • FB • 6-0 • 205 Blue Point, NY Bayport Blue Point Accounting

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Cory Gemerek • 25 Sr. • MLB • 5-9 • 200 Glendora, NJ Triton Criminal Justice

Chad Gravinese • 98 So. • DE • 6-3 • 214 Mullica Hill, NJ Clearview Regional Mechanical Engineering

Chris Haupt • 12 So. • QB • 6-0 • 230 Bloomsburg, PA Central Columbia Mechanical Engineering

Keith Hofmann • 42 Jr. • DT • 6-0 • 236 Haddon Heights, NJ Camden Catholic Criminal Justice

Justin Horning • 81 Jr. • WR • 6-2 • 195 Red Hill, PA Upper Perkiomen Accounting

Kevin Huelster • 10 Jr. • K/P • 6-3 • 218 Moun Laurel, NJ Holy Cross Sport Management

Carmen Imbalzano • 87 So. • WR • 5-9 • 185 Trenton, NJ Hamilton East Accounting

Bernard Innocent • 84 Sr. • WR • 6-2 • 210 Fairfax, VA Flint Psychology

Curtis Jordan • 57 Sr. • OL • 5-8 • 280 Clinton, MD Bishop McNamara Sociology/Pre-PT

Rob Kalinowski • 93 So. • DE • 6-3 • 228 Abington, PA Roman Catholic Undecided

Tyler Kunkel • 53 So. • OL • 5-11 • 230 Tamaqua, PA Tamaqua Mechanical Engineering

Drew Lagomarsino • 13 Sr. • QB • 6-3 • 220 Sellersville, PA Millersville U. Environmental Science

Julian Lipscomb • 69 So. • OL • 6-5 • 354 Philadelphia, PA William Bodine Business Management

TJ Livezey • ## Sr. • TE • 6-2 • 225 Bel Air, MD Bel Air Electrical Engineering

Andrew Madanat • ## So. • DE • 5-10 • 207 Newark, DE Salesianum Civil Engineering

Steve Marrero • 29 So. • CB • 5-7 • 165 Reading, PA Holy Name Intl. Business

Josh McCoun • 52 So. • DE • 5-11 • 219 Nazareth, PA Nazareth Business

James McFadden • 38 So. • K/P • 5-11 • 190 Warminster, PA Archbishop Wood Business

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THE 2010 PRIDE Taylor McMaster • 38 Jr. • TE • 6-2 • 220 Spring Grove, PA Spring Grove Environmental Science

Cody Meuser • 49 So. • DT • 5-11 • 228 Easton, PA Easton Science Education

Gerald Moore • ## Jr. • WR • 6-1 • 196 Baltimore, MD Bishop McNamara Criminal Justice

John Natter • 45 Sr. • OLB • 5-11 • 220 North Hills, PA Abington Accounting

Sean Nevin • 14 Sr. • CB • 6-1 • 200 East Greenville, PA Upper Perkiomen Accounting

Brandon Nye • 41 Jr. • OLB • 6-1 • 225 Enola, PA East Pennsboro Environmental Science

Mike O’Hara • ## So. • CB • 5-9 • 165 Warminster, PA Archbishop Wood Accounting

Wes O’Kula • 20 Sr. • S • 6-0 • 205 Doylestown, PA Central Bucks West Accounting

Gerri Pacitti • 76 So. • OL • 6-2 • 295 West Deptford, NJ West Deptford Communication Studies

Andrew Patterson • ## So. • FB • 5-7 • 196 North East, MD Rising Sun Sport Management

Michael Penna • 18 Sr. • TE • 6-3 • 250 Philadelphia, PA Roman Catholic Accounting

Pedro Perez • ## Sr. • S • 5-9 • 211 Pennsauken, NJ Pennsauken Hospitality Management

Jarred Perricone • 74 So. • OL • 5-11 • 280 Hampstead, MD Delone Catholic Civil Engineering

Ben Petrak • 86 So. • WR • 5-9 • 180 Chadds Ford, PA Kennett Mechanical Engineering

Andrew Philpott • 67 Jr. • DT • 5-11 • 260 West Chester, PA Henderson Sport Management

John Philpott • 68 Jr. • DT • 5-10 • 265 West Chester, PA Henderson Civil Engineering

Ethan Quint • ## So. • WR • 6-1 • 205 Stevens, PA Cocalico Electrical Engineering

Harry Rannels • 72 Sr. • OL • 6-5 • 275 Sewell, NJ Gloucester Catholic Nursing

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Justin Rems • 70 So. • OL • 6-2 • 240 Willow Grove, PA Upper Moreland Mechanical Engineering

Rick Ritter • 6 Sr. • WR • 5-10 • 180 Marlton, NJ King’s College Communication Studies

James Showell • 58 So. • ILB • 5-9 • 205 Millsboro, DE Sussex Central Accounting

Donald Simcox • 82 Sr. • RB • 6-0 • 208 Erma, NJ Lower Cape May Biology/Pre-PT

Adam Smith • 32 Sr. • RB • 5-9 • 210 Littlestown, PA East Stroudsburg U. Secondary Education

Alex Smith • 80 Sr. • WR • 5-9 • 195 Littlestown, PA New Oxford Elementary Education

EJ Stroman • 22 Sr. • CB • 6-2 • 205 Red Hill, PA Upper Perkiomen Accounting

Kyle Sweitzer • 47 Sr. • OLB • 5-7 • 195 York, PA William Penn Accounting

Shane Szumski • 94 Sr. • DE • 6-4 • 242 Moorestown, NJ Moorestown Management

Kevin Truitt • ## Jr. • FB • 5-9 • 215 Broomall, PA Archbishop Carroll Business Management

Kyle Vaughn • 51 So. • OLB • 6-0 • 215 Thurmont, MD Catoctin History

Mark Visco • ## So. • S • 5-11 • 185 Fort Washington, PA Upper Dublin Sport Management

Greg Walsh • 90 Jr. • DE • 6-2 • 250 Hatfield, PA Lansdale Catholic Elementary Education

Brad Waltman • 28 Jr. • S • 5-9 • 198 Belair, MD Archbishop Curley Criminal Justice

Rob Watkins • 16 Jr. • MLB • 6-0 • 230 Douglassville, PA Owen J. Roberts Electrical Engineering

Keith Wilson • 54 Jr. • DL • 6-0 • 248 West Chester, PA Duquesne U. Accounting

AJ Winter • 73 Sr. • OL • 6-1 • 270 Pottsville, PA Nativity BVM Accounting

Joe Wojceichowski • 47 Sr. • OLB • 6-1 • 215 Riverside, NJ Holy Cross Education

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2009 STATS INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing G Att Gain Loss Yards Avg. TD Long YPG Adam Smith 10 122 575 33 542 4.4 7 28 54.2 Ian Decker 10 70 202 17 185 2.6 2 14 18.5 Mike Bobrin 4 22 124 6 118 5.4 0 28 29.5 Chris Haupt 10 65 253 160 93 1.4 5 39 9.3 Daniel Wilson 3 20 72 2 70 3.5 0 7 23.3 Dom DePasquale 9 14 68 0 68 4.9 0 23 7.6 Scott Monestime 2 6 41 0 41 6.8 0 12 20.5 Marc Bandola 9 5 30 1 29 5.8 0 19 3.2 Salah Hawkins 7 5 30 4 26 5.2 0 5 3.7 Joe Favinger 10 1 25 0 25 25.0 0 25 2.5 Kenny Anderson 4 16 56 31 25 1.6 1 20 6.2 Jimmy Lahue 3 10 25 17 8 0.8 1 8 2.7 Marc Patricelli 5 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 4 0.8 Justin Horning 10 4 11 8 3 0.8 0 9 0.3 Rick Ritter 10 1 2 0 2 2.0 0 2 0.2 Ben Petrak 4 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 1 0.2 Total 10 371 1519 300 1219 3.3 16 39 121.9 Opponents 10 387 1445 307 1138 2.9 15 33 113.8 Passing G Cmp-Att Int Pct Yards TD Long YPG Chris Haupt 10 121-273 16 44.3 1620 10 56 162.0 Kenny Anderson 4 5-13 2 38.5 62 0 36 15.5 Jimmy Lahue 3 1-4 1 25.0 9 0 9 3.0 Marc Bandola 9 1-1 0 100.0 11 1 11 1.2 Total 10 128-291 19 44.0 1702 11 56 170.2 Opponents 10 173-298 6 58.1 2179 16 77 217.9 Receiving G Rec Yards Avg TD Long YPG Justin Horning 10 37 536 14.5 5 46 53.6 Rick Ritter 10 23 409 17.8 1 56 40.9 Cedrick Clayton 9 16 163 10.2 1 28 18.1 Marc Bandola 9 15 248 16.5 0 26 27.6 Ian Decker 10 11 101 9.2 1 26 10.1 Michael Penna 8 10 111 11.1 0 27 13.9 Tim Schaub 7 4 36 9.0 2 26 5.1 Adam Smith 10 4 23 5.8 0 12 2.3 Ben Petrak 4 3 23 7.7 0 13 5.8 Chad Gravinese 5 1 17 17.0 0 17 3.4 Gerald Moore 2 1 15 15.0 0 15 7.5 Drew Lagomarsino 10 1 12 12.0 0 12 1.2 Dom DePasquale 9 1 8 8.0 1 8 0.9 Daniel Wilson 3 1 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 Total 10 128 1702 13.3 11 56 170.2 Opponents 10 173 2179 12.6 16 77 217.9 Punting G No Yards Avg Long TB FC I20 Kevin Huelster 10 43 1609 37.4 60 1 9 15 Team 10 4 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 Total 10 47 1609 34.2 60 1 9 15 Opponents 10 51 1791 35.1 58 5 6 9 Touchdowns Scoring Rec Rush Ret XP1 XP2 FG Points Adam Smith 0 7 0 0 0 0 42 Matthew Breslin 0 0 0 23 0 5 38 Justin Horning 5 0 0 0 0 0 30 Chris Haupt 0 5 0 0 0 0 30 Ian Decker 1 2 0 0 0 0 18 Tim Schaub 2 0 0 0 0 0 12 Cedrick Clayton 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Dom DePasquale 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Jimmy Lahue 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 Kenny Anderson 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 Federico Jellinek 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 Rick Ritter 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 Michael Penna 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 Team 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Total 11 16 1 23 1 5 212 Opponents 16 15 4 31 1 6 263 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 9/12 at Curry W 9/19 at No. 25 Ithaca L 9/26 FROSTBURG STATE W 10/2 at FDU-Florham * W 10/10 KING’S * L 10/17 LYCOMING * L 10/24 at No. 24 Albright * L 10/31 LEBANON VALLEY * L 11/7 at Wilkes * L 11/14 No. 17 DELAWARE VALLEY * L * Middle Atlantic Conference game

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NCAA STATS Joe Favinger Tackles for a Loss/Game

1.45 (T-60th)

Kevin Huelster Punting Average

37.42 (54th)

Federico Jellinek Kickoff Return Yards/Game

22.92 (83rd)

Adam Smith Kickoff Return Yards/Game

24.33 (T-53rd)

James Woodley Tackles for a Loss/Game

1.45 (T-60th)

Harry Rannels

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2009 STATS Team Statistics Scoring Points Per Game First Downs Rushing-Passing-Penalty Rushing Carries-Yards Average Per Rush Average Per Game Touchdowns Passing Yards Att-Comp-Int Average Per Catch Average Per Game Touchdowns Total Offense Total Plays Average Per Game Kick Returns-Yards-Avg. Punt Returns-Yards-Avg. Interception Returns-Yds.-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards-Avg. Punts-Average Time of Possession Average Third-Down Conversions Percentage Fourth-Down Conversions Percentage Sacks-Yards Touchdowns Field Goals-Attempts Red-Zone Scores Red-Zone Touchdowns PAT-Attempts Score by Quarters Widener Opponents The Last Time interception return TD kickoff return TD punt return TD blocked punt return TD 100-yard rusher 200-yard rusher 100-yard receiver 200-yard receiver 300-yard receiver 300-yard passer 400-yard passer 500-yard passer 50-yard run 90-yard pass Shutout

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Widener Opponents 212 263 21.2 26.3 170 183 75-80-15 65-102-16 371-1219 387-1138 3.3 2.9 121.9 113.8 16 15 1702 2179 291-128-19 298-173-6 13.3 12.6 170.2 217.9 11 16 2921 3317 662 685 292.1 331.7 45-841-18.7 37-652-17.6 31-165-5.3 23-210-9.1 6-43-7.2 19-334-17.6 17-10 11-8 67-610-61.0 68-634-63.4 47-34.2 51-35.1 28:01 31:59 59/141 76/161 42% 47% 10/21 10/22 48% 45% 26-176 27-197 28 35 5-7 6-10 29-34 30-38 24-34 24-38 23-25 31-33 1 53 85

2 74 71

3 33 38

4 52 -- 69 --

Total 212 263

Game Highs Rushing: Carries: 33, Adam Smith at Wilkes (11/7) Yards: 201, Adam Smith at Wilkes (11/7) Longest Run: 39, Chris Haupt vs. Frostburg State (9/26) Touchdowns: 2, four times (Adam Smith - three times) Carries, Team: 54, vs. Frostburg State (9/26) Yards, Team: 276, vs. Frostburg State (9/26) Passing: Attempts: 46, Chris Haupt at Curry (9/12) Completions: 22, Chris Haupt at Curry (9/12) Yards: 315, Chris Haupt at Curry (9/12) Touchdowns: 3, Chris Haupt at FDU-Florham (10/2) Longest Pass: 56, Chris Haupt vs. Delaware Valley (11/14) Attempts, Team: 46, at Curry (9/12) Completions, Team: 22, at Curry (9/12) Yards, Team: 315, at Curry (9/12) Receiving: Receptions: 10, Justin Horning at Curry (9/12) Yards: 207, Justin Horning at Curry (9/12) Touchdowns: 2, Justin Horning vs. Lycoming (10/17) Longest Reception: 56, Rick Ritter vs. Delaware Valley (11/14) Punting: Punts: 6, Kevin Huelster vs. Lycoming (10/17) & Leb. Val. (10/31) Longest Punt: 60, Kevin Huelster at Albright (10/24) Highest Average: 44.0, Kevin Huelster at FDU-Florham (10/2) Defense: Interceptions: 1, six times (Kevin Franklin, Zach Smith - twice) Tackles: 19, James Woodley vs. Lebanon Valley (10/31) Sacks: 2.0, four times (James Woodley - twice) Field Goals: Field Goals: 1, Matt Breslin - five times Longest: 34, Matt Breslin vs. Lycoming (10/17) Longest Returns: Kickoff: 50, Adam Smith at Curry (9/12) Punt: 36, Federico Jellinek at Albright (10/24)

Widener Had A... Joe Favinger, 12 yards at Frostburg State, 9/27/08 Mike Schmidt, 90 yards, vs. Frostburg State, 10/16/04 Federico Jellinek, 36 yards, at Albright, 10/24/09 John Martorell, 20 yards, at NC Wesleyan, 9/8/07 Adam Smith, 201 yards, at Wilkes, 11/7/09 Adam Smith, 201 yards, at Wilkes, 11/7/09 Justin Horning, 207 yards, at Curry, 9/12/09 Justin Horning, 207 yards, at Curry, 9/12/09 never Chris Haupt, 315 yards, at Curry, 9/12/09 Mike Lomas, 413 yards, vs. King’s, 9/25/04 never Salah Hawkins, 74 yards, at King’s, 10/11/08 Lomas-Prothro, 91 yards (TD) vs. Susquehanna, 10/15/05 vs. Lycoming (7-0), 11/6/04

An Opponent Had A... Charles Squitiere, Del. Val., 26 yards, 11/14/09 Larry Beavers, Wesley, 89 yards, 9/14/07 Matt Christ, Albright, 26 yards, 11/8/08 Matt Christ, Albright, 26 yards, 11/8/08 Matt Cook, Delaware Valley, 113 yards, 11/14/09 Brett Trichilo, King’s, 211 yards, 10/2/04 Adam Paulhamaus, Lycoming, 120 yards, 10/17/09 Makiha Cooper, Frostburg State, 202 yards, 9/26/09 Matt Eisenberg, Juniata, 397 yards, 11/13/99 Josh Volpe, Frostburg State, 313 yards, 9/26/09 John Port, Albright, 466 yards, 10/9/04 Joe Montrella, Juniata, 589 yards, 11/13/99 Rob Johnson, Wilkes, 54 yards, 11/15/08 Whalen-Nicely, Case Western Reserve, 97 yds., 11/17/07 vs. Lebanon Valley (24-0), 10/31/09

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2009 RECAPS Widener 22, Curry 17 • Sept. 12, 2009 • Waltham, MA Widener Curry

7 10

6 7

3 0

6 0

W 13:46/1 C 8:33/1 C 2:57/1 W 5:07/2 C :27/2 W 7:12/3 W 1:41/4

Haupt 1 run (Breslin kick) Alksninis 25 field goal Driscoll 55 interception return (Alksninis kick) Decker 6 run (Breslin kick blocked) Freeman 15 run (Alksninis kick) Breslin 30 field goal Horning 4 pass from Haupt (Haupt pass failed)

Widener First Downs 20 Rushes-Yards 29-43 Passing Yards 315 Passes Comp-Att-Int 22-46-2 Offensive Plays-Yards 75-358 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 Penalties-Yards 2-10 Possession Time 28:28 Third-Down Conversions 8-16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0-0

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Curry 16 50-196 104 9-26-0 76-300 2-0 5-50 31:32 5-20 3-4

Rushing: W: Decker 21-46; Haupt 5-7; Horning 1-(-4); Team 2-(-6). C: Freeman 27-94; Cavanaugh 11-59; Woods 10-35; Vieira 1-8; Sughrue 1-0. Passing: W: Haupt 22-46-2-315. C: Cavanaugh 9-24-0-104; Team 0-2-0-0. Receiving: W: Horning 10-207; Clayton 4-27; Ritter 3-36; Decker 3-11; Bandola 2-34. C: Victoria 3-54; Vieira 3-29; Chattman 3-21. Justin Horning caught a four-yard touchdown pass from Chris Haupt with 1:41 remaining and the defense made a dramatic stop on the last play for a season-opening victory at Curry. Haupt on the last drive threw a pass that was deflected at the line to Horning, who caught it and raced 46 yards down the right sideline to the two. Three plays later, Horning hauled in the go-ahead score on a fade route in the left corner before the Pride missed on the two-point conversion. The Colonels had one final chance and kept the game alive on fourth down and six at the nine as Zach Cavanaugh threw a seven-yard pass to Jeff Hibbard, who was forced out of bounds by junior Kevin Franklin at the two. Curry continued to keep the ball on the ground and took it to the one with six seconds left. Curry went to its clutch back in Joe Freeman, but he was stuffed up the middle by the entire defensive line led by senior James Woodley as time expired to snap the home team’s 34-game winning streak at Katz Field. Horning had a monster game, hauling in 10 passes for 207 yards. He is the first Widener receiver to notch at least 200 receiving yards since Michael Coleman had 238 against Juniata on November 3, 2001. Haupt played great in his first start, completing 22-of-46 passes for 315 yards and the winning score. It is the 35th time in school history the squad had someone throw for at least 300 yards. Junior Shane Szumski had an outstanding contest for the Pride with 10 tackles, including two for a loss. Widener could not have picked a better way to start its season, seeing Adam Smith return the opening kickoff 50 yards to the Curry 37 yard line. Three plays later, Haupt snuck it in from one yard and a 7-0 lead just 74 seconds into the season.

Ithaca 41, Widener 17 • Sept. 19, 2009 • Ithaca, NY Widener Ithaca

7 10

3 10

0 7

7 14

I 9:49/1 I 6:43/1 W 1:40/1 I 12:36/2 W 2:40/2 I :00/2 I 8:01/3 I 14:55/4 I 12:31/4 W 3:10/4

Higgins 10 pass from Grastorf (Rogowski kick) Rogowski 39 field goal Adam Smith 1 run (Breslin kick) Bergerstock 3 run (Rogowski kick) Breslin 22 field goal Rogowski 43 field goal Hannon 15 pass from Grastorf (Rogowski kick) Ruffrage 7 pass from Grastorf (Rogowski kick), Higgins 8 pass from Grastorf (Rogowski kick) Adam Smith 21 run (Breslin kick)

Widener First Downs 16 Rushes-Yards 34-154 Passing Yards 165 Passes Comp-Att-Int 13-27-1 Offensive Plays-Yards 61-319 Fumbles-Lost 5-2 Penalties-Yards 9-68 Possession Time 26:39 Third-Down Conversions 7-12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0-1

2010 FOOTBALL

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17 41

Ithaca 21 30-81 268 26-37-1 67-349 0-0 4-34 33:21 11-18 0-0

Rushing: W: Adam Smith 11-56; Decker 11-37; DePasquale 2-27; Haupt 8-27; Anderson 1-4; Hawkins 1-3. I: Bergerstock 18-63; Lajara 8-25; Grastorf 5-(-17). Passing: W: Haupt 13-271-165. I: Grastorf 26-37-1-268. Receiving: W: Ritter 4-68; Bandola 2-42; Penna 2-24; Decker 2-8; Gravinese 1-17; Clayton 1-6; Horning 1-0. I: Higgins 7-74; Vossler 5-74; Ruffrage 5-53; Hannon 3-28; Baumgartner 3-17; Lajara 1-8; Witbeck 1-8; Bergerstock 1-6. Widener ran into a buzzsaw in No. 25 Ithaca and was dealt a road loss. Adam Smith had a very impressive game off the bench for Widener, ending with 11 carries for 56 yards. That included touchdown runs of one and 21 yards. Chris Haupt completed 13-of-27 passes for 165 yards and Rick Ritter posted four catches for 68 yards. Widener closed with 154 yards rushing and 319 yards of total offense. Joe Favinger had nine tackles for the Pride. But Ithaca quarterback Brian Grastorf could not be stopped, completing 26-of-37 passes for 268 yards and four touchdowns. Dan Higgins had seven catches for 74 yards and two scores with Thomas Bergerstock adding 18 carries for 63 yards. The Bombers had 349 yards of total offense and converted 11-of-18 thirddown opportunities. Ithaca took the opening kickoff and marched 70 yards for a 7-0 lead. Grastorf capped it with 9:49 left in the first quarter on a 10-yard pass to Higgins. The Bombers on their next drive took advantage of a short field, needing to go just 19 yards before Andrew Rogowski booted a 39-yard field goal. That gave the home team a 10-0 lead with 6:43 remaining in the first. The Pride got the game’s first break as Shane Szumski intercepted a deflected pass, taking it to the Bombers 40 yard line. That’s when Smith took over, rushing for 29 yards during the scoring drive that included a 19-yard burst to the 21 yard line. Smith capped it a one-yard dive with 1:40 to play in the quarter for a 10-7 contest. The score did not bother Ithaca, which on its next drive got a three-yard touchdown run from Bergerstock for a 17-7 lead. The tally with 12:36 left ended an eight-play, 55-yard drive. But Widener once again answered the bell, getting a 17-play drive that went 88 yards to close to 17-10 with 2:40 left in the half. Matt Breslin did the honors, booting a 22-yard field goal. The Bombers went into the locker room with a 20-10 lead as Rogowski kicked a 42-yard field goal on the final play of the half. Grastorf threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Matt Hannon midway through the third quarter and added a seven-yard scoring pass to Dan Ruffrage early in the fourth for a 34-10 cushion. Higgins had an eight-yard touchdown reception with 12:31 to play. Smith’s 21-yard touchdown run with 3:10 left ended the scoring.

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2009 RECAPS Widener 35, Frostburg State 16 • Sept. 26, 2009 • Chester, PA Frostburg St. Widener

0 7

3 7

0 14

13 7

W 5:58/1 W 1:08/2 F :00/2 W 8:35/3 W 2:36/3 W 10:38/4 F 7:41/4 F 1:49/4

DePasquale 8 pass from Haupt (Breslin kick) Adam Smith 4 run (Breslin kick) Beukers 18 field goal Schaub 11 pass from Bandola (Breslin kick) Decker 8 run (Breslin kick) Adam Smith 2 run (Breslin kick) Cooper 15 pass from Volpe (Beukers kick) Volpe 1 run (Beukers kick failed)

Frostburg St. First Downs 17 Rushes-Yards 24-44 Passing Yards 313 Passes Comp-Att-Int 21-37-0 Offensive Plays-Yards 61-357 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 7-61 Possession Time 24:06 Third-Down Conversions 5-12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0-1

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Widener 28 54-276 166 12-22-0 76-442 1-1 13-112 35:54 9-13 0-0

Rushing: F: King 8-25; Wade 10-22; Volpe 6-(-3). W: Haupt 12-101; Adam Smith 14-43; Monestime 6-41; Decker 10-31; DePasquale 4-23; Bandola 3-11; Horning 1-9; Ritter 1-2; Petrak 1-1; Team 1-(-1); Anderson 1-(-1); Hawkins 0-16. Passing: F: Volpe 21-36-0-313; Team 0-1-0-0. W: Haupt 11-21-0-155; Bandola 1-1-0-11. Receiving: F: Cooper 9-202; Cook 7-63; Willie 447; Konteh 1-1. W: Horning 6-86; Schaub 2-37; Penna 1-18; Bandola 1-10; DePasquale 1-8; Petrak 1-7. Widener used four long scoring drives that included a highly effective running game in notching a triumph over Frostburg State. The first scoring drive went 75 yards in seven plays, capped when Chris Haupt threw an eight-yard touchdown pass to Dom DePasquale. Haupt set up the score with a 39-yard run to the Bobcats 12 yard line. Widener late in the first half chewed five minutes off the clock, going 80 yards on 11 plays for a 14-0 lead. Adam Smith had 18 of those yards, including a four-yard touchdown run with 1:08 left. Frostburg State got some momentum back with a 50-yard pass from Josh Volpe to Makiha Cooper. Zachary Beukers ended the march with an 18-yard field goal on the final play of the half for a 14-3 margin. The Pride had little to fear, opening the bag of tricks to close an 85-yard drive that began the second half. Wide receiver Marc Bandola took an end around and lofted an 11-yard touchdown pass to Tim Shaub for a 21-3 contest with 8:35 to play in the third quarter. Widener’s next drive amassed 75 yards for a 28-3 lead with 2:36 to go in the quarter. Ian Decker, who had three rushing touchdowns against the Bobcats last season, ran it up the middle eight yards for the score. Smith’s second touchdown of the day, a two-yard burst, with 10:38 left made it 35-3 Widener and ended a mere 63-yard drive. Matt Breslin kicked all five extra points for the Pride. Frostburg State got a 15-yard touchdown pass from Volpe to Cooper with 7:41 remaining and then saw Volpe go one yard on a quarterback sneak for the score with 1:49 to play. Haupt continued his hasty maturation, completing 11-of-21 passes for 155 yards to go with his 12 carries for 101 yards. This helped Widener end with 276 yards rushing, 442 yards of total offense and just under 36 minutes in time of possession. The Pride held the ball for 21 1/2 minutes in the second half and outgained the Bobcats 182-13 in the third quarter. Widener’s defense limited Frostburg State to four “three-and-outs” and just 44 yards rushing.

Widener 41, FDU-Florham 14 • Oct. 2, 2009 • Madison, NJ Widener 7 FDU-Florham 0 W 8:54/1 W 10:46/2 W 5:33/2 W :06/2 F 1:35/3 W 4:33/4 F 1:58/4 W :23/4

20 0

14 7

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Decker 10 pass from Haupt (Breslin kick) Haupt 1 run (Breslin kick) Clayton 28 pass from Haupt (Breslin kick failed) Horning 8 pass from Haupt (Breslin kick) Scamporino 59 pass from Winters (Mullen kick) Anderson 1 run (Breslin kick) Winters 1 run (Mullen kick) Adam Smith 17 run (Breslin kick)

First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Offensive Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

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0 7

Widener 22 43-220 196 18-33-2 76-416 0-0 3-20 34:50 5-16 5-6

FDU 15 26-81 253 18-35-1 61-334 2-2 8-59 25:10 5-14 2-4

Rushing: W: Adam Smith 11-71; Bobrin 6-57; Decker 12-38; Favinger 1-25; Anderson 2-21; Haupt 6-4; DePasquale 3-3; Horning 1-2; Bandola 1-(-1). F: Winters 15-70; Wells 8-9; Grey 1-3; Griffin 1-1; Team 1-(-2). Passing: W: Haupt 18-32-2-196; Anderson 0-1-0-0. F: Winters 17-34-1-250; Wells 1-1-0-3. Receiving: W: Clayton 5-65; Horning 5-62; Bandola 3-28; Decker 2-11; Ritter 1-25; Adam Smith 1-12; Schaub 1-(-7). F: Bukowiec 9-70; Pietrangelo 3-64; Cushman 2-37; Scamporino 1-59; Reed 1-19; Winters 1-3; Wells 1-1. Freshman Chris Haupt had a hand in all four first-half touchdowns and Widener left no doubt early in a victory at FDU-Florham. In a reversal from last week’s 35-16 victory over Frostburg State in which long scoring drives were the story, Widener took advantage of short fields in notching its 12th straight victory over FDU and sixth consecutive in Morris County. The first break went Widener’s way with Fred Ferro recovering running back Bayshawn Wells’ fumble at the FDU 34 yard line. On the drive’s seventh play, Ian Decker took a screen pass from Haupt and dove inside the pylon for a 10-yard touchdown. The extra point from Matt Breslin with 8:54 left in the first made it 7-0. Another turnover worked to the Pride’s benefit with Joe Favinger forcing a fumble and Jon Natter recovering at the Devils 23. Haupt punctuated the drive on a one-yard sneak with 10:46 remaining in the first half for a 14-0 contest. Another short Widener march began at the FDU 39 yard line thanks to a poor punt and required only four plays. It ended on a 28-yard scoring pass from Haupt to Cedrick Clayton with 5:33 to play in the half for a 20-0 lead. Widener’s bag of tricks made its way to North Jersey late in the first half. On fourth and short, Favinger took a fake punt and sprinted 25 yards up the middle to the Devils 30 yard line. Justin Horning made the gamble pay off, diving at the goal line for an eight-yard touchdown catch with six seconds left for a 27-0 cushion. Haupt in the opening half completed 14-of-19 passes for 124 yards and three touchdowns. Clayton paced the receivers with four catches for 53 yards. The defense more than did its job against the number one rated offense and passing offense in the MAC entering the contest. FDU was limited to a mere 81 yards rushing on 26 carries and was just 5-of-14 on third-down conversions. Haupt completed 18-of-32 passes for 196 yards. Clayton and Horning each notched five receptions and Favinger had seven tackles, including three for a loss.

WIDENER PRIDE


2009 RECAPS King’s 35, Widener 24 • Oct. 10, 2009 • Chester, PA King’s Widener

0 7

14 14

7 0

14 3

W :19/1 W 12:53/2 K 6:06/2 W 3:06/2 K 1:23/2 K 4:26/3 K 14:27/4 W 6:51/4 K 2:59/4

Haupt 1 run (Breslin kick) Schaub 6 pass from Haupt (Breslin kick) Lavin 6 run (DeRito kick) Ritter 37 pass from Haupt (Breslin kick) Verbitski 13 pass from Lavin (DeRito kick) Dalton 8 pass from Lavin (DeRito kick) Verbitski 20 pass from Lavin (DeRito kick) Breslin 20 field goal O’Connor 1 run (DeRito kick)

King’s First Downs 28 Rushes-Yards 48-225 Passing Yards 233 Passes Comp-Att-Int 17-25-0 Offensive Plays-Yards 73-458 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 7-68 Possession Time 35:13 Third-Down Conversions 10-15 Fourth-Down Conversions 2-2

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Widener 15 27-57 255 14-30-1 57-312 1-0 10-96 24:47 7-14 0-1

Rushing: K: O’Connor 33-158; Lavin 9-64; Torres 4-6; Team 2-(-3). W: Bobrin 10-53; Decker 9-17; Patricelli 1-4; DePasquale 1-3; Adam Smith 1-(-1); Horning 1-(-4); Haupt 4-(-15). Passing: K: Lavin 17-24-0-233; Team 0-1-0-0. W: Haupt 14-30-1-255. Receiving: K: Verbitski 10-143; Lane 4-65; Ford 1-9; Dalton 1-8; Ihlein 1-8. W: Bandola 4-81; Ritter 4-80; Decker 2-49; Horning 2-21; Clayton 1-18; Schaub 1-6. Widener squandered a 14-point, second-quarter lead and was done in by a second-half offensive machine in a loss to King’s. Down 21-7 late in the first half, King’s outscored Widener 28-3 the rest of the way for its first victory in nine all-time meetings in Chester. It was just the Monarchs’ third win in the 17-game series. The Monarchs began their comeback with a four-play, 80-yard drive. It was capped when Corey Lavin hit Mike Verbitski on a 13-yard touchdown pass with 1:23 left in the first half for a 21-14 contest. King’s first drive in the third quarter also went 80 yards, resulting in a 21-21 tie. Lavin ended it on an eight yard scoring pass to Justin Dalton with 4:26 remaining. Lavin and Verbitski hooked up for a second score, this time on a 20-yard pass only 33 seconds into the fourth quarter and a 28-21 King’s lead. Matt Breslin kicked a 20-yard field goal as Widener closed to 28-24 with 6:51 to play. But King’s stretched the margin to 35-24 with 2:50 left as Claude O’Connor scored on a one-yard run. The Pride went three-and-out on its next possession and the Monarchs ran out the clock to snap a three-game losing streak. Chris Haupt threw for 255 yards and Brian Pastor had 12 tackles, including 10 solos, for the Pride.

Lycoming 28, Widener 16 • Oct. 17, 2009 • Chester, PA Lycoming Widener

21 0

0 10

0 6

7 0

L 12:33/1 L 9:53/1 L :34/1 W 9:56/2 W :00/2 W 6:38/3 L 10:21/4

Kleinfelter 20 run (Chiarlonza kick) Paulhamaus 67 pass from Dwyer (Chiarlonza kick) Paulhamaus 21 pass from Dwyer (Chiarlonza kick) Horning 12 pass from Haupt (Breslin kick) Breslin 34 field goal Horning 1 pass from Haupt (Haupt pass failed) Dixon 5 pass from Dwyer (Chiarlonza kick)

Lycoming First Downs 17 Rushes-Yards 38-93 Passing Yards 286 Passes Comp-Att-Int 19-31-2 Offensive Plays-Yards 69-379 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 12-145 Possession Time 36:56 Third-Down Conversions 6-16 Fourth-Down Conversions 1-2

2010 FOOTBALL

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Widener 14 26-22 185 14-35-3 61-207 1-1 5-65 23:04 1-11 1-3

Rushing: L: Kleinfelter 27-81; Saylor 2-18; Showers 3-8; Dixon 1-1; Dwyer 5-(-15). W: Adam Smith 10-29; Bobrin 6-8; Decker 1-2; DePasquale 1-1; Hawkins 2-(-1); Haupt 6-(-17). Passing: L: Dwyer 19-31-2-286. W: Haupt 14-35-3-185. Receiving: L: Wagaman 5-65; Dixon 5-33; Paulhamaus 3-120; Saylor 2-52; Showers 2-13; Stevenson 1-3; Kleinfelter 1-0. W: Ritter 3-46; Penna 3-46; Clayton 3-20; Bandola 2-47; Horning 2-13; Petrak 1-13. Widener cut a 21-point first-quarter deficit to five, but its best effort fell short in a loss to Lycoming. The Warriors scored touchdowns on three of their first four drives. The opener was on the game’s first march, culminated when Josh Kleinfelter ran to the right for a 20-yard touchdown scamper for a 7-0 lead. Lycoming got two fortuitous bounces as a twice deflected pass from Colin Dwyer fell into the hands of Adam Paulhamaus, who took it to the end zone for a 67-yard score. That made it 14-0 with 9:53 left in the first quarter. Paulhamaus on the third score was the intended receiver and made good with a 21-yard touchdown catch from Dwyer for a 21-0 game with 34 seconds remaining in the first. It capped a period in which the Warriors owned a 231-23 edge in total offense that included 198 passing yards. Widener got back into the game with 9:56 to play in the half. Chris Haupt lofted a 12-yard pass that Justin Horning hauled in for a 21-7 margin. Matt Breslin booted a 34-yard field goal as time expired for a 21-10 contest at halftime. More momentum went the Pride’s way in the third quarter, starting with Brian Pastor returning an interception 31 yards to his team’s 40 yard line. Five plays later, Haupt found Horning on a oneyard scoring pass. Widener’s attempt for two with 6:38 left in the third quarter failed for a 21-16 game. Lycoming began to ice the game when Joe Thompson intercepted Haupt at the Widener 22 yard line just 94 seconds into the fourth quarter. On the drive’s sixth play, Dwyer hit Josh Dixon on a five-yard scoring pass with 10:21 left for the final margin. Haupt completed 14-of-35 passes for 185 yards and two scores. Joe Favinger notched eight tackles and Kevin Franklin also had an interception for the Pride, who forced three turnovers.

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2009 RECAPS Albright 31, Widener 17 • Oct. 24, 2009 • Reading, PA Widener Albright

9 8

0 6

0 3

8 14

W 14:52/1 A 4:20/1 W :47/1 A :55/2 A :07/3 A 11:33/4 A :51/4 W :01/4

Team safety Holmes 1 run (Holmes pass from Kelly) Jellinek 36 punt return (Breslin kick) Drumgo 2 pass from Kelly (Kelly pass failed) Whelan 31 field goal Kelly 1 run (Whelan kick) Hare 55 interception return (Whelan kick) Horning 11 pass from Haupt (Penna pass from Haupt)

Widener First Downs 11 Rushes-Yards 33-47 Passing Yards 129 Passes Comp-Att-Int 11-29-4 Offensive Plays-Yards 62-176 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-53 Possession Time 24:43 Third-Down Conversions 4-15 Fourth-Down Conversions 2-3

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Albright 17 43-76 217 18-30-0 73-293 0-0 7-48 35:16 10-18 0-2

Rushing: W: Adam Smith 7-19; Wilson 7-19; Haupt 3-4; Decker 2-4; Anderson 12-1; Team 2-0. A: Kelly 21-39; Holmes 17-29; Hughes 3-6; Drumgo 1-2; Team 1-0. Passing: W: Haupt 617-2-67; Anderson 5-12-2-62. A: Kelly 18-30-0-217. Receiving: W: Ritter 4-54; Horning 3-52; Decker 1-22; Petrak 1-3; Wilson 1-0; Adam Smith 1-(-2). A: Romig 7-97; Holmes 5-64; Wallace 3-26; Drumgo 2-10; Castano 1-20. Widener let early momentum slip away and was dealt a loss at No. 24 Albright in a rainstorm. Widener got an unusual break to open the game. Matt Breslin launched the kickoff, which was mishandled out of bounds by Albright. On the first play, running back Josan Holmes was tackled in the end zone by Joe Favinger and Joe Colleluori for a safety and a 2-0 lead. The next break benefited the home team as Brett Gaul blocked a punt from Kevin Huelster, which was recovered at the Widener 37 yard line. Holmes ran in the drive’s 10th play for a one-yard touchdown and then caught Tanner Kelly’s pass for the two-point conversion with 4:20 left in the first quarter for an 8-2 game. Albright in the first was going into the wind, which affected Kelly’s punt from his end zone. Federico Jellinek took the low liner in Lions territory and sprinted 36 yards for the score. Breslin’s extra point with 47 seconds left gave the Pride a 9-8 lead. The Lions regained the lead at 14-9 with 56 seconds left in the half. Ryan Ott had an interception at the Pride 35 yard line and Kelly seven plays later completed a two-yard touchdown pass to Tyrell Drumgo. Kelly’s pass on the conversion failed. Albright was not bothered by being pinned on its seven yard line late in the third quarter. The 79-yard drive, highlighted by two third-down conversions, ended on John Whelan’s 31-yard field goal with eight seconds left in the quarter for a 17-9 game. Widener’s chances became bleaker when Mark Bergery made a diving interception for Albright at the visitor’s 17 yard line. Kelly ended the drive with 11:33 remaining on a one-yard touchdown run for a 24-9 contest. The Lions made it 31-9 with 52 seconds left as Josh Hare ran an interception back 55 yards for a touchdown. The Pride got that score back when Chris Haupt fired an 11-yard touchdown pass to Justin Horning with one second remaining. Michael Penna hauled in the two-point conversion for the final. The Pride’s defense gave a solid effort as Jon Natter made 12 tackles with nine solos and Favinger had 11 with 10 solos and a sack. James Woodley had seven tackles to go with two of Widener’s five sacks. Widener limited Albright to just 76 yards rushing on 43 carries.

Lebanon Valley 24, Widener 0 • Oct. 31, 2009 • Chester, PA Leb. Val. Widener

7 0

10 0

7 0

0 0

L 9:20/1 L 10:23/2 L 4:22/2 L 6:08/3

Parker 2 run (Ryan kick) Lillis 48 interception return (Ryan kick) Ryan 21 field goal Parker 7 run (Ryan kick)

Leb. Val. First Downs 18 Rushes-Yards 51-196 Passing Yards 110 Passes Comp-Att-Int 11-20-0 Offensive Plays-Yards 71-306 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 6-51 Possession Time 35:02 Third-Down Conversions 7-17 Fourth-Down Conversions 2-5

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Widener 9 37-62 73 6-20-2 57-135 1-0 5-50 24:58 5-15 1-2

Rushing: L: Guiles 14-84; Parker 16-74; Scott 5-18; Lynch 3-13; Fick 5-12; Donovan 1-7; Norton 1-2; Zarilla 4-(-2); Mannherz 2-(-12). W: Wilson 11-46; Adam Smith 12-26; Decker 2-7; DePasquale 2-3; Team 1-(-1); Lahue 2-(-4); Haupt 7-(-15). Passing: L: Fick 8-16-0-73; Zarilla 3-3-0-37; Parker 0-1-0-0. W: Haupt 6-19-2-73; Lahue 0-1-0-0. Receiving: L: Donley 5-47; Donovan 2-25; Guiles 2-14; Mankiewicz 1-18; Riley 1-6. W: Horning 3-44; Penna 2-10; Ritter 1-19. Widener ran into a very tough offense in Lebanon Valley and was handed a home loss. On the Pride’s first drive, the Dutchmen forced a three-and-out and created the game’s first break. Matt Lillis began his monster day by blocking a punt at the Widener 22 yard line. Six plays later, Charlie Parker ended the drive with a two-yard touchdown run with 9:20 left in the first quarter. The extra point from Brittany Ryan made it 7-0. Lillis, who intercepted quarterback Chris Haupt at the goal line in the first quarter, continued his show in the second. He stepped in front of another pass and ran 48 yards for a touchdown with 10:23 remaining in the half for a 14-0 game. The margin grew to 17-0 with 4:22 to play in the half when Ryan capped an 8 1/2 minute drive with a 21-yard field goal. Lillis’ second blocked punt at the Pride 25 set up the final score midway through the third quarter. Parker took a handoff and went seven yards to the right for a touchdown. The loss overshadowed a career day for James Woodley. Creating double teams on almost every play this season, the four-year starter and two-time first team All-MAC player had 19 tackles, 14 solo tackles, 1.5 sacks and five tackles for a loss. The 19 tackles are tied for the third most in school history. Tom Eisenhower had the same number on November 14, 1998 against Susquehanna and Bill Collins accomplished this in 1997 against King’s. The Widener record of 21 was accomplished by Clarence Giles in 1996 against King’s. Jon Natter had 10 tackles for Widener and Shane Szumski amassed nine.

WIDENER PRIDE


2009 RECAPS Wilkes 29, Widener 24 • Nov. 7, 2009 • Edwardsville, PA Widener Wilkes

7 22

7 7

10 0

0 0

Wil 14:01/1 Wil 12:00/1 Wil 10:02/1 Wid 6:52/1 Wil 1:30/1 Wid 13:03/2 Wil 5:34/2 Wid 7:12/3 Wid :46/3

Tivald 32 run (Horn kick) Team safety Zangardi 28 pass from Johnson (Horn kick failed) Lahue 1 run (Breslin kick) Reese 1 run (Horn kick) Haupt 10 run (Breslin kick) Gregson 46 pass from Johnson (Horn kick) Breslin 21 field goal Haupt 1 yd run (Breslin kick)

Widener First Downs 21 Rushes-Yards 52-236 Passing Yards 74 Passes Comp-Att-Int 10-23-2 Offensive Plays-Yards 310 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 Penalties-Yards 7-57 Possession Time 34:28 Third-Down Conversions 6-14 Fourth-Down Conversions 0-2

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Wilkes 11 30-62 155 11-23-2 217 0-0 5-48 25:32 4-13 0-0

Rushing: Wid: Adam Smith 33-201; Lahue 6-20; Bandola 1-19; Wilson 2-5; Haupt 9-3; Team 1-(-12). Wil: Tivald 17-37; Johnson 5-11; Reese 5-10; Pietrucha 2-5; Team 1-(-1). Passing: Wid: Haupt 9-21-2-65; Lahue 1-2-0-9. Wil: Johnson 11-23-2-155. Receiving: Wid: Horning 3-32; Penna 2-13; Lagomarsino 1-12; Clayton 1-9; Bandola 1-6; Adam Smith 1-2; Decker 1-0. Wil: Gregson 2-54; Zangardi 2-35; D’Emilio 2-20; Hollock 2-17; Dorunda 1-26; Kocher 1-5; Tivald 1-(-2). Adam Smith rushed for a career best 201 yards on 33 carries and the defense again played solidly for Widener, which had its late rally fall short at Wilkes. Smith rushed for 117 yards in the second half and became the first Widener player to reach 200 yards since 2006. This helped the Pride notch a 236-62 edge in rushing yards and 310-217 in total offense. Shane Szumski had 10 tackles, three for a loss and two sacks for Widener, which permitted only 61 yards and three first downs after intermission. The game did not start in Widener’s favor as the opening kickoff was fumbled and recovered by Jose Clemente at the Pride 35 yard line. Two plays later, Zach Tivald took the handoff and zigzagged 32 yards for a score just 59 seconds in for a 7-0 Wilkes lead. The Pride’s first offensive possession ended with a blocked punt from Corey Gilroy at the 32 yard line, but Ray Townsend was on the spot. He hustled all the way to the end zone and recovered for a safety, holding the Colonels to just two points for a 9-0 margin with 12 minutes to go in the first. After a Widener muffed punt, Wilkes increased its lead to 15-0 with 10:02 left in the first as Rob Johnson found Gennaro Zangardi on a 28-yard touchdown pass. The Pride’s offense got it in gear midway through the quarter with Jimmy Lahue scoring on a one-yard sneak for a 15-7 game. Smith helped the cause with a 24-yard run on third down to the Colonels 16 yard line. Wilkes added to the lead with 90 seconds remaining in the first as Harry Reese scored on a oneyard dive for a 22-7 margin. Haupt on the next drive led Widener on a seven-play, 50-yard march and it ended on a 10-yard run. The extra point from Matt Breslin with 13:03 left in the second made it 22-14 Wilkes. The Colonels got the momentum back with 5:34 left in the half, getting a 46-yard screen pass from Johnson to Shawn Gregson for a 29-14 contest. Widener’s first drive in the second half belonged to Smith, who had seven carries for 31 yards in the march. The 13-play drive that lasted almost six minutes ended with Breslin’s 21-yard field goal with 7:12 to play in the third quarter for a 29-17 margin. The Pride continued to make it a ball game, closing to 29-24 with 46 seconds left in the third quarter on Haupt’s one-yard sneak. It also ended a third quarter in which the Colonels managed just 12 yards, including minus-3 rushing, and no first downs. Wilkes punted the ball out of bounds at the Widener 46 yard line with 1:13 remaining, giving the visitors one last chance with no time outs. Haupt completed a nine-yard pass on the first play to Justin Horning, but on fourth down threw an interception to Kevin Gerhart with 25 seconds left. Kevin Franklin and Zach Smith each had an interception for the Pride, who held the ball almost 34 1/2 minutes and posted a 21-11 first-down advantage.

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Team safety Cook 1 run (Sobchak kick) Squitiere 26 interception return (Sobchak kick) Adam Smith 3 run (Breslin kick) Whiteside 1 run (Sobchak kick) Peterman 14 pass from Isgro (Sobchak kick) Adam Smith 10 run (Breslin kick)

Del. Val. First Downs 23 Rushes-Yards 46-94 Passing Yards 240 Passes Comp-Att-Int 23-34-0 Offensive Plays-Yards 80-334 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 7-70 Possession Time 37:37 Third-Down Conversions 13-18 Fourth-Down Conversions 0-2

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Rushing: D: Cook 32-113; Neal 6-12; Hall 1-5; Gionfriddo 1-5; Whiteside 1-1; Isgro 3-(-14); Team 2-(-28). W: Adam Smith 23-98; Hawkins 2-8; DePasquale 1-8; Decker 2-3; Team 1-(-1); Haupt 5-(-6); Lahue 2-(-8). Passing: D: Isgro 21-31-0-212; Hatty 2-3-0-28. W: Haupt 8-25-1144; Lahue 0-1-1-0. Receiving: D: Heiland 6-85; Gionfriddo 5-46; Peterman 5-35; Hall 3-28; Lochetto 2-28; Cook 1-12; Whiteside 1-6. W: Ritter 3-81; Horning 2-19; Clayton 1-18; Moore 1-15; Adam Smith 1-11. An early break was not enough to jumpstart Widener, which suffered a loss to No. 17 Delaware Valley. Things looked real good for Widener on the visitors’ first drive. Delaware Valley had to punt from its own 27, but the snap went over the head of Corey Heard for a safety and a 2-0 margin. This marked the second time in four weeks Widener had a 2-0 lead against a nationally ranked team. The Aggies bounced back on their next drive, going 91 yards in 15 plays that chewed over seven minutes. Matt Cook, who had 41 yards rushing on that drive, ended with a one-yard touchdown run with 4:01 left in the first quarter for a 7-2 lead. Del. Val. increased the margin to 14-2 early in the second quarter as Charles Squitiere intercepted a pass from Jimmy Lahue and scampered 26 yards for the score. But the Pride would not be down for long especially Adam Smith, one week after rushing for 201 yards at Wilkes. On this drive, he had 42 rushing yards that included a three-yard burst with 7:57 left in the first half for a 14-9 game. The Aggies got the ball near the end of the half and scored as Butch Whiteside ran it in from one yard with 18 seconds remaining in the half. Jake Sobchak hit the third of his four extra points for a 21-9 game. Isgro completed a 14-yard pass to Chad Peterman early in the third quarter for a 28-9 Aggie lead. Smith scored on a 10-yard run in the first minute of the fourth quarter for his team-leading seventh touchdown of the year and the final margin. Smith amassed 98 yards on 23 carries for the Pride. Brian Pastor had 13 tackles and Shane Szumski posted 12.

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BLUE AND GOLD CLUB / COACH TO CURE MD

Blue & Gold Club The Blue & Gold Club has enjoyed its most successful year to date. Over the last three years, our membership has helped secure the funds necessary to upgrade and enhance equipment in the weight room and to honor our former teams with new NCAA and conference championship banners. These banners are prominently displayed in the Schwartz Gymnasium. Our next challenge is to establish the Widener and PMC Athletics Hall of Fame. This will be the largest task that the Blue & Gold Club has undertaken to date. The Hall of Fame will serve to honor the many great Widener and PMC athletes, coaches and supporters of our former teams. The Blue & Gold Club shares a strong commitment to athletics and the role it plays in the overall educational experience. Through their continued dedication, the Blue & Gold Club members help to provide the financial support needed to sustain and enhance the athletic experience of our student-athletes. Funds secured by the Club are allocated to enhance several areas within the athletic program: • Awards for teams and individual athletes • Purchase of athletic equipment that can not be supported by the traditional budget of the athletic department • Improvement and enhancement of the athletic facilities • Support and augment team travel options Members of the Blue & Gold Club are working together to support the athletic aspirations of our students. They also will be able to enjoy the following benefits of membership: • Social gatherings at designated athletic events • Blue & Gold Club Newsletter and other association correspondence will help keep members connected (L-R): Bill Creamer '68, Blue & Gold Club direc• Receive member premium items tor Peter Rohana '66 and Allen Bailey '75.

Widener would like to thank everyone for your contributions and support for Coach to Cure MD Day on September 26, 2009. We also would like to thank William Foster (pictured with his mom, and captains James Woodley and Ian Decker) for serving as our honorary captain. To donate on-line, click www.CoachToCureMD.org. To contribute by cell phone, text “CURE” to 90999 to donate $5 on your next phone bill.

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MIDDLE ATLANTIC CONFERENCE / 2009 REVIEW The Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Corporation, formerly the Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Conference and commonly known as the MAC, originated in 1912 as a loose confederation of colleges. It was unified into an actual all-sports playing conference in 1952 and became the oldest and largest Division III conference holding NCAA membership. In 1999, spurred by changes in the NCAA championship structure, the corporation formed as an umbrella for three conferences: Commonwealth, Freedom, and Middle Atlantic (all 16 institutions). The Commonwealth is made up of Albright, Arcadia, Alvernia, Elizabethtown, Lebanon Valley, Lycoming, Messiah and Widener. The Freedom is comprised of Delaware Valley, DeSales, Eastern, FDU-Florham, King’s, Manhattanville, Misericordia and Wilkes. The earliest records indicate that the Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Association was organized December 11, 1912. The first annual meeting was held May 16, 1913, followed by the first annual track meet at Lafayette College the next day. In subsequent years, the association grew and many leagues sprang within it. The Middle Atlantic Collegiate Wrestling Association, formed in March 1925, was the first to name a Middle Atlantic champion. The first basketball conference, formed as three divisions (North, West, South), had winners join an at-large selection for a four-team playoff. The threesection alignment eventually dissolved, but the Southern Division remained intact. Alignments were further altered when the NCAA created Divisions I, II and III. The MAC added women’s athletics in 1978-79. The steady incorporation of senior women’s administrators into the conference hierarchy reached its zenith when Dr. Carol Fritz, associate athletic director at Western Maryland, was elected president in 1986. During the first 76 years, several athletic directors served as conference coordinators on a part-time basis. David B. Eavenson, a MAC legend, served as president, publicity director and executive director from 19721988. Nathan Salant in 1998 became the conference’s first full-time executive director. Major changes were made for the 1993-94 year. Ten schools left to form their own association. Their departure served as a catalyst for the

Middle Atlantic Conference Standings

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1.000 .857 .714 .429 .429 .286 .143 .143

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First Team All-Middle Atlantic Conference

Joe Favinger...........................................................Widener James Woodley......................................................Widener

Second Team All-Middle Atlantic Conference

Shane Szumski.......................................................Widener Offensive Player of the Year: Tanner Kelly, Albright Defensive Player of the Year: Kyle Gesswein, Delaware Valley Co-Rookies of the Year: John Lavelle, Delaware Valley Andrew Yacina, Wilkes Coach of the Year: Jim Clements, Delaware Valley

Middle Atlantic Conference Postseason Results

NCAA First Round (November 21) Albright 35, Alfred 25 Delaware Valley 66, Susquehanna 7

ECAC Southwest Bowl (November 21) Lebanon Valley 37, Salisbury 21

Team MAC Overall

Delaware Valley Albright Lebanon Valley Wilkes Lycoming King’s Widener FDU-Florham

presidents and athletic administrators of the remaining 16 schools to form a streamlined, efficient, dual-league organization. This “new look” was part of a national movement to consolidate similar institutions for competitive athletic opportunities while increasing presidential involvement in the setting of athletic policy. It also was the year Linda Hopple became the league’s first female executive director, serving from October 1993-May 2000. Ken Andrews took over for Hopple, becoming the conference’s third full-time executive director. The conference office was housed at Widener University from 198893. It was moved to the campus of Lebanon Valley College upon the hiring of Hopple and remains there today. A moratorium on new membership ended in June 1995. In December of that year, the board accepted Allentown College (now DeSales University) as a new member of the conference, effective for the 1997-98 academic year. DeSales was placed in the Freedom Conference , replacing Upsala College, which closed its doors in 1995. The conference sponsors competition in baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, indoor and outdoor track and field, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball.

.833 .846 .818 .545 .400 .300 .300 .200

ECAC South Atlantic Bowl (November 21) Franklin & Marshall 29, Wilkes 24 NCAA Second Round (November 28) Albright 27, Delaware Valley 3 NCAA Quarterfinals (December 5) Mount Union 55, Albright 3

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YEAR-BY-YEAR AWARDS C. Robert Chervanik ‘37 Award (Leadership and Academics)

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Mike Chambers 1996 Clarence Giles, LB Jamie Schild, WR 1995 Doug MacLaughlin, FB Jamie Schild, WR 1994 Blaise Coleman, LB Mike Lomas, QB 1993 Dave Braksator, OL Larry Hendrickson, OL 1992 Keith Dukes, SE Jeff Shahan, DL 1991 Scott Russell, LB Steve Hutchison, LB 1990 David Wood, DB T.J. Hess, DB 1989 Kevin Beetel, LB Matt Witmer, LB 1988 Mike Betts, LB Jason Bottoms, OL 1987 Joe Baker, G Chris Hutchison, FB Jesse Merscher, DB Leo Orlowsky ‘59 Dedication Award

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Keith Wilson 1995 Anthony Gossette, RB John Martorell, DB 1994 Jim Clements, DL Matt Yost, LB 1993 Chris MacHenry, LB Todd Fairlie, DB 1992 Jerry Atchison, DL B.J. Hogan, DB 1991 Jeff Nyikos, LB Mike Stewart, LB Rob Lockhart, LB Steve Varrasse, LB 1990 Dave Bell, DB Mark Del Tin, LB 1989 Dan Santhouse, SB Sean Selover, FB 1988 Al Azzari, DB Charlie Finnegan, TE 1987 Kim Harris, TB Joe Turchi, DB 1986 Joe Leach, LB Calvin Tull, WR Lloyd Hill, DL F. Eugene Dixon, Jr., Bowl

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Jeff Chick, WR Jeff Pilling, DL Thomas DeMoss, DL Mike Warker, QB Michael Coleman, WR Jim Jones, WR Mike Granato, QB Dan McClain, DL Brandon Richards, DL Jack Signor, DL Stephen Perez, FB

(Service, Commitment, Loyalty and Inspiration)

(Dedication and unselfish contribution by a senior)

1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Blaise Coleman, LB Dave Braksator, OL Mark Fitzgerald, LB Jeff Wilmot, DE Art Serano, DE David Wood, DB John Collins, OLB Mike Betts, LB Michael Soffel, FS Joe Leach, LB

Joe D’angelo, jr., ‘81 memorial award (The person who loves to practice and has integrity without compromise)

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Jesse Jayne HJ Lombardi, ILB James Fitzgerald, DE Charles Ridewood, OL Adam Parcell, QB Moises Perez, RB Brad Trentzsch, OLB

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Bo Fischer, WR Brendan Heron, LB Kevin McCann, QB Jason Haitkin, DL Larry Bartel, TE

DOWNTOWN WILKES-BARRE TOUCHDOWN CLUB In conjunction with the Melberger Award, presented to the outstanding Division III football player, the Downtown Wilkes-Barre Touchdown Club recognized the Middle Atlantic Conference with special awards. Middle Atlantic Conf. Champs 1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002 Melberger Award Finalist Jim Jones 2001 Coach of the Year Bill Cubit 1994 Bill Zwaan 2000, 2001 Most Valuable Player Vic Ameye 1995 Mike Granato 2000 Michael Coleman, Jim Jones 2001 Offensive Player of the Year Vic Ameye 1995 Defensive Player of the Year Antonio Moore 1994 Bill Nourse 1998 Tom Eisenhower 1999 Defensive Lineman of the Year O.J. McElroy 1994 Bill Nourse 1998

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Most Valuable Players By Position Offensive Line Receiver Offensive Back 2008 Chris Waldron Tim Kilkenny Ian Decker 2007 Michael Fagnani Mike Falkenstein Ian Decker 2006 Michael Fagnani Jamie Schild Matt Campbell 2005 Michael Fagnani Jeff Chick James Fagnani 2004 Joe Taylor Tyreak Saviour Mike Lomas 2003 Joe Taylor Tyreak Saviour Raymond Keshel 2002 Butch Bender Mike deMarteleire Mike Warker Andy Clark 2001 Tom Worrilow Michael Coleman Mike Ambrose Jim Jones 2000 Jeff Faust Michael Coleman Mike Ambrose Bill Woodburn Jim Jones Sean Selover 1999 Jason Bottoms Jim Jones Jerome Robinson 1998 Jeff Kuc Trent Everett Leon Payne 1997 Jeff Kuc Trent Everett Leon Payne 1996 Jeff Kuc Joe Brangan Leon Payne 1995 Jeff Bell Boonta Kheuangthirath Robsawne Little 1994 Dave Braksator Boonta Kheuangthirath Anthony Gossette 1993 Dave Braksator Keith Dukes Anthony Gossette 1992 Bob Cooper Keith Dukes Bill Bailey 1991 Bill Ford Tom Needham Bill Bailey 1990 Scott Cummings Joe Sweeley Brian Lower 1989 John Davidson Dan Santhouse Alan Robinson 1988 Joe Tahmoosh Tony Reid Alan Robinson 1987 Joe Baker Tony Reid Mike Gatto 1986 Dan Hiester Drew Frantz Kim Harris 1985 Dan Hiester Mark Manera Steve Forward Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back 2008 James Woodley Joe Favinger TD Davis 2007 Tom Gallo Dan MacDonald Orlando Brown 2006 Tom Gallo Mike McFadden Todd Fairlie 2005 Adam Parcell Matt Yost Todd Fairlie 2004 Dave Barger Nick Rubino B.J. Hogan 2003 Thomas DeMoss Mike Stewart B.J. Hogan 2002 Ryan Killian Steve Varrasse B.J. Hogan 2001 Ryan Killian Mark Del Tin T.J. Hess 2000 Duke Sparrow Matt Witmer T.J. Hess Dante Trader 1999 Dan McClain Tom Eisenhower Dominic Dinisio 1998 Bill Nourse Bill Collins Mark Lowman 1997 Jack Signor Jason Raysor Mark Lowman 1996 Lloyd Hill Clarence Giles Sean Stoner 1995 Dan Ademski Blaise Coleman Jeff Steigerwalt 1994 O.J. McElroy Blaise Coleman Joe Scarpati 1993 O.J. McElroy Blaise Coleman Joe Scarpati 1992 Jerry Atchison Jim Pitts Jeff Allison 1991 Art Serano Dave Elison Joe Scarpati 1990 Mark McKenna Scott Russell David Wood 1989 Mark McKenna Kevin Beetel David Wood 1988 Dave Duffy Kevin Beetel Al Azzari 1987 John Collins Shawn Sheehan Michael Soffel 1986 Dave Duffy John Mininno Michael Soffel 1985 Frank Kern Greg Stevenson John Quillinan Special teams most valuable player 2008 Tim Shaub 2004 Doug Schlack 2007 Rob McHugh 2003 Jeff Chick 2006 Rob McHugh 2002 Brendan Heron 2005 Doug Schlack 2001 Jim Jones OVERALl team most valuable player 2008 Keith Wilson 2002 Mike Warker, QB 2007 Mike Falkenstein, WR 2001 Michael Coleman, WR 2006 Todd Fairlie, S 2000 Mike Granato, QB 2005 Todd Fairlie, S 1999 Tom Eisenhower, LB 2004 Jeff Chick, WR 1998 Bill Nourse, DL 2003 Thomas DeMoss, DL 1997 Brian Greene, QB ECAC Player of the year awards 2001 Jim Jones, WR 1986 John Mininno, LB 2000 Mike Granato, QB 1982 Tony Stefanoni, DL 1999 Mike Granato, QB 1980 Tom Deery, DB 1995 Vic Ameye, QB 1988 Al Azzari, DB 1977 Eugene Zawoiski, RB

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PRO SIGNINGS / HONOR ROLL

national football foundation and college hall of fame

pro aTHLETES AND draft choices Jim Magner 1931 Frankford Yellowjackets

Billy “White Shoes” Johnson was among the first class of divisional football players inducted into the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame in August 1996. Fellow All-America Tom Deery became Widener’s second inductee in 1998, entering the hall’s third class. One of the most colorful and amazing open field runners in college football, Johnson still holds 29 school game, season and career records. During his time at Widener he shattered no less than nine all-time NCAA marks and 12 Middle Atlantic Conference records. During his career (1971-73), Johnson scored 62 touchdowns, rushed for 3,737 yards and accounted for 5,404 all-purpose yards.

Deery sparked many Widener comebacks with key interceptions and long kick returns, leading his team to a four-year record of 42-3 and an NCAA Division III title in 1981. A three-time All-America (1979-81), Deery still holds four school records, including career interceptions (24), career punt return yards (1,007), career interception return yards (293) and longest kickoff return yards (100).

Mike Anderson, Memphis Southmen * Billy Johnson, Houston Oilers Larry McGuire, Buffalo Bills Eric Alston, New York Giants Donnie Watkins, Philadelphia Eagles John Warrington, Philadelphia Eagles Gibson Ivery, Philadelphia Eagles Walker Carter, Buffalo Bills Ron Hodge, Cleveland Browns Chip Zawoiski, Philadelphia Eagles Wayne Pierce, New York Jets Mike Piersol, Philadelphia Eagles Hal Johnson, Oakland Raiders Doug Schmitz, Philadelphia Eagles

Bill “Reds” Pollock 1935-36 Chicago Bears 1937; 42-43 Philadelphia Eagles Ed Walsh 1961 New York Titans Jack Klotz 1956 Los Angeles Rams • 18th Round 1960-62 New York Titans 1963-64 New York Jets 1965 Houston Oilers Tom Nolan 1962 New York Titans • 22nd Round Walt “Duke” Crate 1962 Boston Patriots • 23rd Round Billy “White Shoes” Johnson 1974 Houston Oilers • 15th Round 1974-80 Houston Oilers 1981 Montreal Concordes 1982-87 Atlanta Falcons 1988 Washington Redskins

other pro signings 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1981

Ed Kawal 1931; 33-36 Chicago Bears 1937 Washington Redskins

1982 1983 1986 1991 1992 1998 2002

Tom Deery, Baltimore Colts Tom Kincade, Philadelphia Stars ^ Tony Stefanoni, Montreal Concordes & John Roche, Green Bay Packers Joe Sweeley, Philadelphia Eagles Dave Bell, Philadelphia Eagles Joe Sweeley, Toronto Argonauts Dave Bell, Toronto Argonauts Bill Nourse, New York Giants Michael Coleman, Atlanta Falcons Jim Jones, Cincinnati Bengals

Joe Fields 1975 New York Jets • 14th Round 1975-87 New York Jets 1988 New York Giants Tom Deery 1982 Baltimore Colts • 10th Round MichAel Coleman 2002 Atlanta Falcons • 7th Round 2003 St. Louis Rams • Practice squad

* World Football League, ^ United States Football League, & Canadian Football League

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ALL-AMERICAS 1948 1949 1956 1958 1960 1961 1962 1971 1972 1973 1975 1976 1977 1979 1980 1981 1982 1984 1985 1986 1988 1995 1998 2001 2003

Associated Press Little All-America Tony Caia, B Walt Udovich, E Cappy Hill, E Yommie Costello, QB Herm Sweeney, C Dick Dundee, G Bill Mahoney, C Gary Piff, E John Dishaw, C Tom Nolan, T John Dishaw, C Richie Weaver, RB Billy Johnson, RB Billy Johnson, RB Jackie Long, RB John Warrington, DB Gibson Ivery, WR Chip Zawoiski, RB Walker Carter, WR Jim Connor, DL Tom Deery, DB Hal Johnson, RB Tom Deery, DB Hal Johnson, RB Ernie Moyer, OL Doug Schmitz, C Tom Deery, DB Tom Kincade, WR Mark Stephan, K Tony Stefanoni, DL Mike Forward, RB Tom Sutton, OL John Roche, WR Jack Wuerstle, LB Joe Leach, LB John Roche, WR John Mininno, LB Dave Duffy, DL Blaise Coleman, LB Bill Nourse, DL Michael Coleman, WR Thomas DeMoss, DL

HM HM 3rd HM HM HM HM HM HM HM 3rd HM 1st 1st HM HM HM 3rd HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM 3rd HM HM 2nd HM HM HM HM HM HM HM 3rd 3rd 1st 2nd 1st

Academic All-America 1994 Dave Braksator 2nd 1998 Brandon Richards 1st 1999 Matt Witmer 2nd 2000 Andrew Waxman 2nd 2001 T.J. Hess 1st Academic All-America of the Year College Division and Football 2005 Doug Schlack 1st Woody hayes national scholar-athlete 1999 Brandon Richards, LB 2002 T.J. Hess, DB postgraduate scholarships National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame 1990 Steve Cianci, QB $10,000 2001 T.J. Hess, DB $18,000 2001

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NCAA T.J. Hess, DB

$5,000

SID ALL-AMERICA (Sponsored by Pizza Hut, Champion and HP) 1980 Tony Anderson, LB 1st Tom Deery, DB 1st Doug Schmitz, C 1st Hal Johnson, RB 2nd Guy Martin, DL 2nd Mike Orio, G 2nd Bill Fulton, T 3rd 1983 Jack Wuerstle, LB HM 1985 John Roche, WR 2nd Joe Leach, LB HM 1986 Dan Hiester, T HM Joe Leach, LB HM 1987 Joe Baker, G HM Michael Soffel, DB HM 1988 Dave Duffy, DL 1st Al Azzari, DB 2nd Mike Downs, P 3rd John Collins, LB HM Michael Rose, K HM 1989 John Collins, LB 3rd Joe Tahmoosh, T HM 1990 Mark McKenna, DL HM David Wood, DB HM 1993 O.J. McElroy, DL 2nd 1994 O.J. McElroy, DL 1st Antonio Moore, DB 1st Dave Braksator, OL 2nd Blaise Coleman, LB 2nd 1995 Blaise Coleman, LB 1st Jeff Bell, OL 2nd 1996 Clarence Giles, LB HM 1997 Jason Raysor, LB HM 1998 Bill Nourse, DL 1st Jeff Kuc, OL 2nd Jason Raysor, LB 2nd Jeff Noonan, K HM Leon Payne, RB HM 1999 Tom Eisenhower, LB 3rd 2000 Jim Jones, WR 1st T.J. Hess, DB 2nd 2001 T.J. Hess, DB 1st Michael Coleman, WR 2nd Jim Jones, WR 2nd Tom Worrilow, OL 2nd Mike Warker, QB HM 2002 Ryan Killian, DL 1st 2003 Thomas DeMoss, DL 1st College Football Chronicle Unsung Hero All-america 1997 Calvin Tull, WR 1st Melberger Award Finalist 2001 Jim Jones, WR Gagliardi Trophy finalists service and academic components 1994 Vic Ameye, QB 2001 T.J. Hess, DB 1998 2001 2002 2003 1948 1949

aztec bowl participants Bill Nourse, DL Jim Jones, WR Mike Warker, QB Thomas DeMoss, DL United Press Walt Udovich, E Walt Udovich, E

HM HM

1972 1973 1975 1976 1977 1979 1980 1981 1982 1988 1998 2001 2003

Coaches Association Billy Johnson, RB Billy Johnson, RB John Warrington, DB Al Senni, OL Chip Zawoiski, RB Tom Deery, DB Tom Deery, DB Tom Deery, DB Tony Stefanoni, DL Dave Duffy, DL Bill Nourse, DL Jim Jones, WR Thomas DeMoss, DL

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

Don Hansen’s Football Gazette 1988 Al Azzari, DB 1st John Collins, LB HM Dave Duffy, DL 1st 1989 John Collins, LB 1st 1991 Art Serano, DL HM 1993 Blaise Coleman, LB HM O.J. McElroy, DL HM 1994 O.J. McElroy, DL 1st Antonio Moore, DB 1st Dave Braksator, OL 2nd Blaise Coleman, LB 3rd 1995 Vic Ameye, QB 3rd Blaise Coleman, LB 3rd Brian Hamill, K 3rd 1997 Jack Signor, DL HM 1998 Bill Nourse, DL 1st Jason Raysor, LB 2nd Leon Payne, RB 3rd Jeff Noonan, K HM 1999 Tom Eisenhower, LB 1st 2000 T.J. Hess, DB 2nd Jim Jones, WR 2nd Michael Coleman, WR 3rd Bill Woodburn, OL 3rd 2001 Michael Coleman, WR 1st T.J. Hess, DB 1st Defensive Player of the Year Jim Jones, WR 2nd Tom Worrilow, OL 2nd 2002 Ryan Killian, DL 2nd Steve Varrasse, DL 1st 2005 Todd Fairlie, DB 1st East Reg. Def. Player of the Year 2006 Todd Fairlie, DB HM 2000 2001 2003 2005 2007 1979 1980 1981 2000 1956 1958

d3Football.com Michael Coleman, WR Jim Jones, WR Michael Coleman, WR T.J. Hess, DB Jim Jones, WR Thomas DeMoss, DL Todd Fairlie, DB Orlando Brown Jewish Post & Opinion Al Minker, RB Al Minker, RB Gary Clofine, RB Andrew Waxman, LB

2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 3rd HM HM 1st 1st 1st 1st

Williamson Rating System Cappy Hill, E 2nd Herm Sweeney, C HM

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RECORDS Rushing Attempts (Game) 1. Leon Payne 36 2. Steve Forward 34 Leon Payne 34 4. Adam Smith 33 Leon Payne 33 Donnie Watkins 33

v. Albright, 1998 v. Upsala, 1985 v. Juniata, 1996 v. Wilkes, 11/7/09 v. Wilkes, 1998 v. Dickinson, 1974

Rushing Attempts (Season) 1. Leon Payne 266 2. Leon Payne 220 3. Jackie Long 202 4. Richie Weaver 195 5. Chip Zawoiski 186 Rushing Attempts (Career) 1. Leon Payne 647 2. Hal Johnson 433 3. Donnie Watkins 412 4. Billy Johnson 411 Rushing Yards (Game) 1. Richie Weaver* 363 2. Billy Johnson 286 3. Leon Payne 263 4. Billy Johnson 246 Rushing Yards (Season) 1. Billy Johnson$ 2. Billy Johnson$ 3. Leon Payne 4. Richie Weaver Rushing Yards (Career) 1. Billy Johnson^ 2. Leon Payne 3. Hal Johnson 4. Richie Weaver

1998 1996 1975 1971 1977 1996-98 1977-80 1971-74 1971-73

v. Moravian, 1970 v. Swarthmore, 1973 v. Del. Val., 1996 v. Leb. Val., 1973

1556 1496 1402 1267 3737 3436 3087 2604

1972 1973 1998 1971 1971-73 1996-98 1977-80 1969-71

Rushing Yards Per Attempt (Game) 1. Billy Johnson# 19.1 v. Swarthmore, 1973 2. Billy Johnson 18.0 v. St. John’s, 1972 3. Hal Johnson 17.3 v. Del. Val., 1980 Rushing Yards Per Attempt (Season) 1. Billy Johnson# 10.5 2. Hal Johnson 9.1 3. Billy Johnson 8.9

1972 1980 1973

Rushing Yards Per Attempt (Career) 1. Billy Johnson# 9.1 2. Hal Johnson 7.1 3. Rich Roberts 6.9

1971-73 1977-80 1972-75

Rushing Touchdowns (Game) 1. Tony Caia* 5 v. Swarthmore, 1948 2. Billy Johnson* 5 v. Muhlenberg, 1972 3. Billy Johnson* 5 v. Swarthmore, 1973 Rushing Touchdowns (Season) 1. Billy Johnson$ 23 2. Billy Johnson$ 21 3. Leon Payne 20 4. Chip Zawoiski 17

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1972 1973 1998 1977

Rushing Touchdowns (Career) 1. Billy Johnson* 51 2. Leon Payne 38 3. Hal Johnson 27

1971-73 1996-98 1977-80

100-Yard Rushing Games (Season) 1. Billy Johnson 9 Chip Zawoiski 9 3. Leon Payne 8

1972 1977 1998

100-Yard Rushing Games (Career) 1. Billy Johnson 21 2. Leon Payne 19

1971-73 1996-98

200-Yard Rushing Games (Season) 1. Billy Johnson 4 2. Leon Payne 2

1972, 1973 1996, 1998

200-Yard Rushing Games (Career) 1. Billy Johnson 8

1971-73

Passing Attempts (Game) 1. Mike Lomas* 67 2. Mike Lomas 60 Mike Lomas 60 4. Mike Granato 58 5. Steve Cianci 56 Vic Ameye 56 7. Mike Lomas 51 8. Brian Greene 50

v. Lycoming, 2003 v. King’s, 2004 v. Susquehanna, 2004 v. Susquehanna, 1998 v. Lycoming, 1990 v. Lycoming, 1995 v. King’s, 10/22/05 v. Lycoming, 1996

Passing Attempts (Season) 1. Mike Lomas 418 2. Mike Lomas 396 3. Matt Campbell 369 4. Mike Lomas 353 5. Vic Ameye 333

2005 2004 2007 2003 1995

Passing Attempts (Career) 1. Mike Lomas 1170 2. Mike Granato 854 3. Brian Greene 708 4. Vic Ameye 696 5. Matt Campbell 591 6. Mike Warker 568

2002-05 1996, 1998-2000 1994-97 1992-95 2004-07 2001-02

Passing Completions (Game) 1. Mike Lomas* 37 v. Lycoming, 2003 2. Vic Ameye^ 36 v. Lycoming, 1995 3. Mike Warker 30 v. Moravian, 2002 4. Steve Cianci 27 v. Lycoming, 1990 Mike Granato 27 v. Susquehanna, 1998 Mike Lomas 27 v. Albright, 2003 Matt Campbell 27 v. Albright, 11/3/07 8. Steve Pahls 26 v. Wilkes, 1969 Mike Lomas 26 at Leb. Val., 9/24/05 Passing Completions (Season) 1. Mike Lomas 229 2. Mike Lomas 227 3. Matt Campbell 203 4. Vic Ameye 195 5. Mike Lomas 180 6. Mike Warker 157 7. Steve Cianci 153 Brian Greene 153

2004 2005 2007 1995 2003 2001 1990 1996

Passing Completions (Career) 1. Mike Lomas 637 2. Mike Granato 422 3. Vic Ameye 383 4. Brian Greene 343 5. Matt Campbell 326 6. Mike Warker 309

2002-05 1996, 1998-2000 1992-95 1994-97 2004-07 2001-02

300+-Yard Passing Games 1. Mike Warker 462 v. Moravian, 2001 2. Mike Granato 435 v. Leb. Val., 2000 3. Mike Granato 425 v. FDU-Madison, 1999 4. Vic Ameye 419 v. Del. Val., 1995 5. Mike Lomas 413 v. King’s, 2004 6. Mike Granato 395 v. Susquehanna, 1998 7. Brian Greene 388 v. Moravian, 1996 8. Mike Lomas 387 v. Leb. Val., 9/24/05 9. Mike Granato 381 v. Juniata, 1999 10. Mike Lomas 379 v. Lycoming, 2003 11. Mike Lomas 377 v. Susquehanna, 10/15/05 12. Mike Warker 374 v. Moravian, 2002 13. Brian Greene 366 v. Leb. Val., 1994 14. Mike Warker 364 v. Susquehanna, 2001 Yommie Costello 364 v. Leb. Val., 1956 16. Mike Warker 362 v. Juniata, 2001 Vic Ameye 362 v. Lycoming, 1995 18. Mike Lomas 351 v. Albright, 2004 19. Mike Lomas 342 v. Juniata, 10/29/05 20. Al Humes 340 v. Del. Val., 11/1/08 21. Mike Granato 338 v. Susquehanna, 2000 22. Mike Lomas 335 v. Susquehanna, 2004 23. Mike Lomas 332 v. Albright, 2003 Steve Pahls 332 v. Wilkes, 1969 25. Steve Cianci 330 v. Moravian, 1990 26. Mike Warker 328 v. Susquehanna, 2002 27. Mike Granato 324 v. Del. Val., 1999 28. Mike Lomas 321 v. Del. Val., 2003 29. Mike Granato 316 v. Del. Val., 2000 30. Chris Haupt 315 v. Curry, 9/12/09 Mike Lomas 315 v. Moravian, 2004 32. Vic Ameye 314 v. Susquehanna, 1995 33. Mike Warker 312 v. Wilkes, 2002 Mike Granato 312 v. Albright, 1999 35. Mike Granato 306 v. Lycoming, 1998 Passing Yards (Season) 1. Mike Lomas 3024 2. Mike Granato 2870 3. Mike Granato 2802 4. Mike Lomas 2764 5. Mike Warker 2751 6. Vic Ameye 2669 7. Mike Warker 2616 8. Brian Greene 2415 9. Mike Lomas 2363 Passing Yards (Career) 1. Mike Lomas 2. Mike Granato 3. Mike Warker 4. Brian Greene 5. Vic Ameye 6. Matt Campbell

2005 1999 2000 2004 2001 1995 2002 1996 2003

8163 7824 5367 5342 5340 4096

2002-05 1996, 1998-2000 2001-02 1994-97 1992-95 2004-07

Passing Touchdowns (Game) 1. Mike Warker 6

v. Moravian, 2001

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Mike Warker Mike Warker Mike Granato Mike Granato Mike Lomas Vic Ameye

5 5 5 5 5 5

v. Wilkes, 2001 v. Albright, 2001 v. Leb. Val., 2000 v. Albright, 1999 v. Leb. Val., 2003 v. Del. Val., 1995

Passing Touchdowns (Season) 1. Mike Warker 32 2. Mike Granato 31 3. Mike Granato 25 Brian Greene 25 5. Mike Warker 24 Mike Lomas 24 Passing Touchdowns (Career) 1. Mike Granato 72 2. Mike Lomas 63 3. Mike Warker 56 4. Brian Greene 47 5. Bob Cole 35

2001 2000 1999 1997 2002 2005 1996, 1998-2000 2002-05 2001-02 1994-97 1978-81

Completion Percentage (Game) 1. Dan Guy^ .833 v. Del. Val., 1984 2. Yommie Costello .818 v. Leb. Val., 1956 Completion Percentage (Season) 1. Vic Ameye .615 2. Vic Ameye .586 3. Glenn Bennett .585 4. Mike Lomas .578 5. Mike Warker .577 Al Humes .577 7. Greg Melton .550 Matt Campbell .550

1994 1995 1985 2004 2001 2008 1976 2007

Completion Percentage (Career) 1. Glenn Bennett .585 2. Matt Campbell .552 3. Vic Ameye .550 4. Mike Lomas .544 Mike Warker .544

1985 2004-07 1992-95 2002-05 2001-02

200-Yard Passing Games (Season) 1. Mike Lomas 9 2. Mike Warker 8 Mike Warker 8 Mike Granato 8 Mike Granato 8 Vic Ameye 8

2005 2002 2001 2000 1999 1995

200-Yard Passing Games (Career) 1. Mike Lomas 24 2002-05 2. Mike Granato 20 1996, 1998-2000 3. Mike Warker 16 2001-02 4. Vic Ameye 11 1992-95 Brian Greene 11 1994-97 300-Yard Passing Games (Season) 1. Mike Lomas 4 Mike Warker 4 Mike Granato 4 4. Mike Lomas 3 Mike Lomas 3

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2004 2002 2000 2003 2005

300-Yard Passing Games (Career) 1. Mike Lomas 10 2002-05 2. Mike Granato 9 1996, 1998-2000 3. Mike Warker 7 2001-02 Receptions (Game) 1. Mike Duggan^ Joe Sweeley^ Mike deMarteleire

15 15 15

Receptions (Season) 1. Jeff Chick 73 2. Tyreak Saviour 71 3. Tyreak Saviour 66 4. Mike Falkenstein 63 5. Jim Jones 62 6. Joe Sweeley 59 7. Jim Jones 58 Receptions (Career) 1. Tyreak Saviour 2. Jeff Chick 3. Jim Jones 4. Boonta Kheuangthirath 5. Michael Coleman 6. John Roche 7. Jamie Schild

v. Drexel, 1969 v. Albright, 1990 v. Moravian, 2002 2005 2003 2004 2007 2000 1990 2001 188 171 170 159 139 128 94

2001-2004 2002-05 1999-2001 1992-95 1998-2001 1982-85 2005-07

Receiving Yards (Game) 1. Jim Jones 252 v. Moravian, 2001 2. Jim Jones 250 v. Leb. Val., 2000 3. Jim Jones 243 v. Juniata, 2000 4. Michael Coleman 238 v. Juniata, 2001 5. Jim Jones 225 v. W. Maryland, 2000 Michael Coleman 225 v. Del. Val., 2000 7. Michael Coleman 213 v. FDU-Madison, 2001 8. Justin Horning 207 v. Curry, 9/12/09 9. B. Kheuangthirath 200 v. Susquehanna, 1992 Receiving Yards (Season) 1. Jim Jones 1439 2. Michael Coleman 1274 3. Michael Coleman 1201 4. Tyreak Saviour 1138 5. Jim Jones 1047 6. Jim Jones 1037 Receiving Yards (Career) 1. Jim Jones 3523 2. Michael Coleman 3254 3. Tyreak Saviour 2820 4. B. Kheuangthirath 2711 5. John Roche 2331 6. Jeff Chick 2315 7. Trent Everett 1640

2000 2000 2001 2003 1999 2001 1999-2001 1998-2001 2001-04 1992-95 1982-85 2002-05 1995-98

Yards Per Reception (Game) 1. Michael Coleman* 56.7 v. FDU-Madison, 1999 Yards Per Reception (Season) 1. Michael Coleman* 27.7 2. Jim Jones 23.2 Yards Per Reception (Career) 1. Michael Coleman* 23.4 2. Gordon Stewart 21.9

2000 2000 1998-2001 1977-80

3. Cappy Hill 4. Jim Jones

21.5 20.7

1954-57 1999-2001

100-Yard Receiving Games (Season) 1. Michael Coleman 7 Jim Jones 7 3. Michael Coleman 6 Jim Jones 6 5. Tyreak Saviour 5 Matt Giello 5 Jim Jones 5 Tyreak Saviour 5 Jeff Chick 5

2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 1999 1999 2003 2005

100-Yard Receiving Games (Career) 1. Jim Jones 17 2. Michael Coleman 15 3. Tyreak Saviour 10 4. John Roche 9 5. Jeff Chick 8 6. Trent Everett 7

1999-2001 1998-2001 2001-04 1982-85 2002-05 1995-98

200-Yard Receiving Games (Season) 1. Jim Jones 3 2. Michael Coleman 2

2000 2001

200-Yard Receiving Games (Career) 1. Jim Jones 4 2. Michael Coleman 3

1999-2001 1998-2001

Receiving Touchdowns (Game) 1. Tyreak Saviour 4 v. Juniata, 2002 2. Jamie Schild 4 v. Leb. Val., 9/23/06 3. Luther Bowen 3 v. FDU-Florham, 2002 Michael Coleman 3 v. Moravian, Juniata, 2001; v. Lycoming, Del. Val., 2000; v. Del. Val., 1999 Jim Jones 3 v. Wilkes, Moravian, Albright, 2001; vs. Leb. Val., 2000 Tom Kincade 3 v. F & M, 1980 B. Kheuangthirath 3 v. Wilkes, Del. Val., 1995 Robsawne Little 3 v. King’s, 1995 Trent Everett 3 v. King’s, 1997 Tyreak Saviour 3 v. FDU-Florham, 2003 Khalee Prothro 3 v. Moravian, 10/1/05 Receiving Touchdowns (Season) 1. Michael Coleman 18 2. Michael Coleman 15 3. Jim Jones 14 4. Trent Everett 13 5. Boonta Kheuangthirath 11 Michael Coleman 11 Jim Jones 11

2000 2001 2000 1997 1995 1999 2001

Receiving Touchdowns (Career) 1. Michael Coleman^ 44 2. Jim Jones 30 3. Trent Everett 27 4. Boonta Kheuangthirath 22

1998-2001 1999-2001 1995-98 1992-95

Total Offense (Game) 1. Mike Warker 473 2. Mike Granato 435 3. Vic Ameye 417 4. Mike Warker 415

v. Moravian, 2001 v. Leb. Val., 2000 v. Del. Val., 1995 v. Moravian, 2002

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RECORDS 5. Brian Greene

402

v. Moravian, 1996

Total Offense (Season) 1. Mike Lomas 2950 2. Mike Warker 2720 3. Mike Granato 2707 4. Mike Granato 2687 5. Vic Ameye 2644 6. Mike Warker 2624

2005 2001 2000 1999 1995 2002

Total Offense (Career) 1. Mike Lomas 7904 2. Mike Granato 7388 3. Mike Warker 5344 4. Vic Ameye 5295 5. Brian Greene 5081 6. Matt Campbell 3975

2002-05 1996, 1998-2000 2001-02 1992-95 1994-97 2004-07

Total Offense Plays (Game) 1. Mike Lomas* 72 2. Steve Cianci 68 3. Vic Ameye 64 4. Steve Cianci 62

v. Lycoming, 2003 v. Lycoming, 1990 v. Lycoming, 1995 v. Leb. Val., 1990

Total Offense Plays (Season) 1. Mike Lomas 449 2. Mike Lomas 432 3. Steve Cianci^ 430 4. Matt Campbell 415 5. Vic Ameye 380 6. Mike Lomas 373 Mike Warker 373

2005 2004 1990 2007 1995 2003 2002

Total Offense Plays (Career) 1. Mike Lomas 1294 2. Mike Granato 930 3. Vic Ameye 861 4. Brian Greene 829 5. Mike Warker 693

2002-05 1996, 1998-2000 1992-95 1994-97 2001-02

All-Purpose Yards (Game) 1. Billy Johnson 450 2. Richie Weaver 363

v. St. John’s, 1972 v. Moravian, 1970

All-Purpose Yards (Season) 1. Billy Johnson$ 2265 2. Jim Jones 1992 3. Billy Johnson 1868 All-Purpose Yards (Career) 1. Billy Johnson 2. Jim Jones 3. Michael Coleman 4. Jeff Chick 5. Hal Johnson 6. Boonta Kheuangthirath

5404 4647 3638 3579 3415 3337

1972 2000 1973 1971-73 1999-2001 1998-2001 2002-05 1977-80 1992-95

Kickoff Returns (Game) 1. Kim Harris 8 v. Lycoming, 1983 2. Kim Harris 6 v. Juniata, 1986 Robsawne Little 6 v. FDU-Florham, 1995 Bree Cobb 6 v. Juniata, 1996 Kickoff Returns (Season) 1. Jerome Robinson 28 2. Jeff Chick 23

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3. Kim Harris Robsawne Little 5. Bill Eisele Kickoff Returns (Career) 1. Bill Eisele 2. Mike Schmidt 3. Jerome Robinson 4. Jeff Chick 5. Robsawne Little 6. Kim Harris

20 20 19 62 42 37 33 32 27

1983 1995 1985 1985-88 2004-06 1998-99 2002-05 1994-95 1983, 1985-87

Kickoff Return Yards (Game) 1. Steve Hayko 167 v. Albright, 1991 2. Joe Carter 164 v. Kings Point, 1964 Kim Harris 164 v. Lycoming, 1983 Kickoff Return Yards (Season) 1. Jerome Robinson 625 2. Jeff Chick 467 3. Kevin Fisher 457 4. Howard Hudson 421 5. Kim Harris 420 Kickoff Return Yards (Career) 1. Bill Eisele 1296 2. Mike Schmidt 913 3. Jerome Robinson 848 4. Robsawne Little 785 5. Jeff Chick 633 6. Kim Harris 556 7. Kevin Fisher 481

1999 2003 2007 1984 1983 1985-88 2004-06 1998-99 1994-95 2002-05 1983, 1985-87 2006-07

Kickoff Return Yards Per Game 1. Robsawne Little 45.5 v. FDU-Madison, 1994 2. Joe Carter 41.0 v. Kings Point, 1964 Mike deMarteleire 41.0 v. Lycoming, 2002 Kickoff Return Yards Per Season 1. Robsawne Little 32.5 2. Gus Hodson 27.7

1994 1991

Kickoff Return Yards Per Career 1. Robsawne Little 32.5 2. Kevin Fisher 26.7

1994 2006-07

Punt Returns (Game) 1. Bob Mangold

9

v. Albright, 1984

Punt Returns (Season) 1. Kevin Fisher 2. Geroge Johnson 3. Bob Mangold

42 40 33

2006 1982 1984

Punt Returns (Career) 1. Bill Eisele 2. Tom Deery

93 87

1985-86 1978-81

Punt Return Yards (Game) 1. Billy Johnson# 265 2. Steve Warrington 143

v. St. John’s, 1972 v. Ursinus, 1978

Punt Return Yards (Season) 1. Billy Johnson 511 2. George Johnson 444 3. Kevin Fisher 385

1972 1982 2006

4. Steve Warrington

358

1977

Punt Return Yards (Career) 1. Tom Deery 1007 2. Billy Johnson 989 3. Steve Warrington 787

1978-81 1971-73 1977-80

Punt Returns Yards Per Game 1. Billy Johnson# 66.3 2. Dom Mancini 37.7

v. St. John’s, 1972 v. Ursinus, 1975

Punt Returns Yards Per Season 1. Billy Johnson$ 34.1 2. Billy Johnson 20.9 3. Billy Johnson 17.7

1972 1973 1971

Punt Returns Yards Per Career 1. Billy Johnson# 24.7 2. Steve Warrington 11.9 3. Tom Deery 11.6

1971-73 1977-80 1978-81

Punt Return Touchdowns (Game) 1. Billy Johnson# 3 v. St. John’s, 1972 Punt Return Touchdowns (Season) 1. Billy Johnson# 4

1972

Punt Return Touchdowns (Career) 1. Billy Johnson# 7

1971-73

Blocked Punts (Season) 1. Bob Furca 2 Dave Bell 2 Dave Wood 2

1988 1990 1990

Blocked Punts (Career) 1. Dave Wood 4

1988-90

Touchdowns (Game) 1. Billy Johnson* 2. Billy Johnson Billy Johnson Tony Caia

6 5 5 5

v. St. John’s, 1972 v. Swarthmore, 1973 v. Muhlenberg, 1972 v. Swarthmore, 1948

Touchdowns (Season) 1. Billy Johnson$ 2. Billy Johnson$ 3. Jim Jones Leon Payne 5. Jim Jones

27 23 20 20 19

1972 1973 2001 1998 2000

Touchdowns (Career) 1. Billy Johnson* 2. Leon Payne 3. Michael Coleman Jim Jones 5. Boonta Kheuangthirath

62 47 44 44 29

1971-73 1996-98 1998-2001 1999-2001 1992-95

Points (Game) 1. Billy Johnson* 2. Billy Johnson Billy Johnson Tony Caia Points (Season) 1. Billy Johnson$

36 30 30 30 162

v. St. John’s, 1972 v. Swarthmore, 1973 v. Muhlenberg, 1972 v. Swarthmore, 1948 1972

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RECORDS 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Billy Johnson Jim Jones Leon Payne Jim Jones Michael Coleman

138 124 120 114 110

Points (Career) 1. Billy Johnson* 2. Leon Payne 3. Michael Coleman 4. Jim Jones 5. Boonta Kheuangthirath 6. Jeff Noonan

372 282 270 268 184 175

Scoring By Kicking (Game) 1. Brian Hamill^ 15 2. Michael Rose 13 3. Michael Rose 12 Jeff Noonan 12

Scoring by Kicking (Career) 1. Jeff Noonan 175 2. Paul Ragan 145 Frank Vinci 145 4. Brian Hamill 143 5. Michael Rose 136 6. Mark Stephan 125 7. John Ferko 120

Field Goals (Season) 1. Mark Stephan^ Michael Rose^ 3. Tom Laurich

5 4 3 3 3 13 13 12

Field Goals (Career) 1. Michael Rose 2. Jeff Noonan 3. Frank Vinci 4. Tom Laurich 5. Mark Stephan Brian Hamill 7. John Ferko

25 23 20 18 17 17 12

Extra Points (Game) 1. John Ferko 2. Paul Ragan Paul Ragan Brian Hamill Mark Stephan Michael Rose Paul Ragan Paul Ragan

8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

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1971-73 1996-98 1998-2001 1999-2001 1992-95 1995-98

v. Lycoming, 1995 v. Wilkes, 1988 (twice), 1988 v. Moravian, 1996

Scoring By Kicking (Season) 1. Michael Rose 71 2. Jeff Noonan 68 Mark Stephan 68 4. Brian Hamill 60 5. Jeff Noonan 57

Field Goals (Game) 1. Brian Hamill* 2. Michael Rose 3. Mark Stephan Brad Sorkin Tom Laurich

1973 2001 1998 2000 2000

1988 1998 1981 1995 1996 1995-98 2000-03 2002-05 1992-95 1986-89 1978-81 1976-79

v. Lycoming, 1995 (5) v. Moravian, 1988 (4) v. Moravian, 1981 (3) v. Leb. Val., 1990 (4) v. FDU, 10/19/07 (3) 1981 (17) 1988 (22) 2007 (17) 1986-89 (40) 1995-98 (42) 2002-05 (30) 2005-08 (31) 1978-81 (28) 1992-95 (29) 1976-79 (30) v. Ursinus, 1977 (8) v. Susqu., 2002 (7) v. Del. Val., 2000 (7) v. Del. Val., 1995 (7) v. W. Maryland, 1980 (7) v. Wilkes, 1988 (8) v. Wilkes, 2001 (7) v. Leb. Val., 2003

Frank Vinci Frank Vinci

7 7

Extra Points (Season) 1. Paul Ragan 2. Mark Stephan 3. Brian Hamill 4. Paul Ragan 5. Jeff Noonan 6. Jeff Noonan Frank Vinci

v. Del. Val., 2003 v. Juniata, 10/29/05 (7)

44 42 39 38 36 35 35

2001 (53) 1980 (46) 1995 (42) 2000 (47) 1996 (39) 1998 (42) 2005 (40)

Extra Points (Career) 1. Paul Ragan* 121 2. Jeff Noonan 106 3. Brian Hamill 92 4. Frank Vinci 85 5. John Ferko 84 6. Mark Stephan 74 7. Nick Pulos 73

2000-03 (147) 1995-98 (121) 1992-95 (102) 2002-05 (95) 1976-79 (91) 1978-81 (82) 1981-84 (82)

Punts (Game) 1. Jim Wark 2. Tony DiBiasse Jim Wark

12 11 11

v. Susquehanna, 1990 v. Moravian, 1969 v. Juniata, 1991

Punts (Season) 1. Jim Wark 76 2. Robert McHugh 73 Punts (Career) 1. Jim Wark* 2. Kevin Wyszynski 3. Doug Schlack 4. Tony DiBiasse 5. John Ferko

242 200 163 150 144

Punt Yards Per Game 1. Mark Stephan 48.0 2. Jim Wark 47.3 Punt Yards Per Season 1. Ken O’Brien 2. Walt Crate 3. Kevin Wyszynski Punt Yards Per Career 1. Ken O’Brien 2. Christian Kearns 3. Kevin Wyszynski 4. Robert McHugh 5. Walt Crate 6. John Ferko Interceptions (Game) 1. Todd Fairlie B.J. Hogan Bill Walsh Antonio Moore Antonio Moore Al Azzari Jim Smith Interceptions (Season) 1. Antonio Moore$ 2. John Warrington

1991 2007 1990-93 1995-99 2003-05 1967-69 1976-79 v. W. Maryland, 1980 v. Juniata, 1992

39.3 39.2 38.9 37.6 37.3 36.9 36.8 36.3 35.9

1974 1959 1999 1971-74 2000-02 1995-99 2005-07 1958-61 1976-79

3 v. Moravian, 9/30/06 3 v. Juniata, 2001 3 v. Del. Val., 2000 3 v. Del. Val., 1994 3 v. FDU-Madison, 1994 3 v. Susquehanna, 1988 3 v. Del. Val., 1981 13 9

1994 1975

3. Tom Deery Orlando Brown Interceptions (Career) 1. Tom Deery^ 2. Al Azzari 3. John Warrington

8 8

1981 2007

24 20 17

1978-81 1985-88 1973-75

Interceptions Return Yards (Game) 1. Fred Baumert 135 v. Nichols, 1969 2. Andrew Waxman 100 v. Moravian, 2000 3. Mike Cockill 99 v. Drexel, 1957 Interceptions Return Yards (Season) 1. Dennis Quinn 145 2. Fred Baumert 135 3. Orlando Brown 131 4. Andrew Waxman 129

1974 1969 2007 2000

Interceptions Return Yards (Career) 1. Tom Deery 293 2. John Warrington 274 3. Orlando Brown 257 4. Bruce Eveleth 242

1978-81 1973-75 2004-07 1970-72

Tackles (Game) 1. Clarence Giles 2. Bill Collins 3. James Woodley Tom Eisenhower Bill Collins

21 20 19 19 19

v. King’s, 1996 v. Del. Val., 1999 v. Leb. Val., 10/31/09 v. Susquehanna, 1998 v. King’s, 1997

Tackles (Season) 1. T.J. Hess 2. Tom Eisenhower 3. Blaise Coleman 4. Todd Fairlie 5. Bill Collins

130 129 124 123 122

2000 1999 1995 2005 1999

Tackles (Career) 1. Blaise Coleman 2. Bill Collins 3. Clarence Giles 4. Mark McKenna

438 384 308 292

1992-95 1996-99 1993-96 1987-90

Sacks (Game) 1. Bill Nourse* 2. Jason Raysor 3. Clarence Giles Jeff Shahan Sacks (Season) 1. Bill Nourse^ 2. O.J. McElroy 3. John Collins Bill Nourse Sacks (Career) 1. Bill Nourse 2. John Collins 3. O.J. McElroy

6.5 5.0 4.0 4.0

v. Lycoming, 1998 v. Lycoming, 1997 v. Susquehanna, 1996 v. Moravian, 2000 18.0 15.5 13.0 13.0

1998 1993 1989 1997

40.0 38.0 36.0

1995-98 1986-89 1992-94

* MAC record; ^ former MAC record # NCAA record; $ led nation

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS Rushing

Year No. Yards TD 1956 Don McCabe 64 393 2 1957 Harry Feinberg 88 408 2 1958 Eddie Cocco 108 626 6 1959 Bobby Coe 77 364 3 1960 Walt Crate 70 315 3 1961 Walt Crate 134 832 3 1962 Joe Carter 99 484 4 1963 Joe Carter 93 420 2 1964 Joe Carter 106 511 4 1965 Joe Piela 94 487 4 1966 Joe Piela 142 708 3 1967 Joe Mossa 120 406 2 1968 Pierce King 103 386 3 1969 Wayne Blalark 94 316 0 1970 Richie Weaver 174 1258 13 1971 Richie Weaver 195 1267 7 1972 Billy Johnson 148 1556 23 1973 Billy Johnson 168 1496 21 1974 Donnie Watkins 174 873 9 1975 Jackie Long 202 1208 6 1976 Dom Mancini 134 828 9 1977 Chip Zawoiski 186 1214 17 1978 Hal Johnson 161 990 4 1979 Hal Johnson 148 1005 10 1980 Hal Johnson 113 1025 12 1981 Jerry Irving 138 975 10 1982 Mike Forward 169 732 12 1983 Jerry Irving 110 661 7 1984 Kevin Savage 123 689 8 1985 Steve Forward 120 571 10 1986 Kim Harris 129 509 4 1987 Mike Gatto 85 500 5 1988 Mike Marrone 70 392 7 1989 Alan Robinson 135 784 9 1990 Brian Lower 73 257 3 1991 Bill Bailey 122 399 2 1992 Bill Bailey 78 325 6 1993 Anthony Gossette 103 482 5 1994 Anthony Gossette 114 797 7 1995 Robsawne Little 99 587 5 1996 Leon Payne 220 1062 8 1997 Leon Payne 161 972 10 1998 Leon Payne 266 1402 20 1999 Jerome Robinson 140 656 4 2000 Mike Ambrose 129 826 5 2001 Michael Gandy 111 669 8 2002 Michael Gandy 135 609 6 2003 Michael Gandy 146 640 7 2004 Dominic Rock 100 441 4 2005 Khalee Prothro 131 911 6 2006 Khalee Prothro 190 996 5 2007 Ian Decker 111 437 3 2008 Ian Decker 123 474 5 2009 Adam Smith 122 542 7

Interceptions

Year No. Yards TD 1974 Dennis Quinn 7 145 0 1975 John Warrington 9 82 0 1976 Gerry Gaeta/Randy Wise 3 44/18 0/0 1977 Steve Warrington/Bill Johnson 3 11/11 0/0 1978 Tom Deery 4 24 0 1979 Mark Valerio/Tom Deery 5 108/83 1/1 1980 Tom Deery 7 108 1 1981 Tom Deery 8 78 0 1982 Jim Smith/Lew Irving 5 84/40 0/0 1983 Dan Dougherty 6 63 0 1984 Dave Walls 5 0 0

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Year Cmp. -Att. Yards TD 1956 Yommie Costello 74- 149 1702 17 1957 Mike Cockill 5- 34 85 2 1958 Lyn Marozin 8- 37 149 1 1959 Bob McElroy 33- 56 452 1 1960 Bob McElroy 46- 105 543 7 1961 Albie Filoreto 21- 50 332 3 1962 Al Brewster 34- 80 442 1 1963 John Hamilton 41- 89 398 3 1964 Bill Yarnall 64- 125 770 6 1965 Bill Yarnall 98- 243 1120 4 1966 Bill MacQueen 79- 202 989 4 1967 Steve Pahls 100- 196 1061 7 1968 Steve Pahls 66- 141 828 7 1969 Steve Pahls 77- 173 875 4 1970 Tom Byrne 37- 80 427 4 1971 Tom Byrne 25- 62 504 5 1972 Ken O’Brien 22- 55 289 1 1973 Ken O’Brien 17- 44 258 2 1974 Ken O’Brien 47- 100 754 8 1975 Greg Melton 26- 58 479 6 1976 Greg Melton 55- 100 971 14 1977 Mark Walter 40- 76 878 11 1978 Mark Walter 33- 80 411 5 1979 Bob Cole 44- 86 690 12 1980 Bob Cole 60- 111 1231 16 1981 Bob Cole 49- 114 967 7 1982 Bob Mangold 31- 84 598 3 1983 Dan Guy 50- 96 1054 9 1984 Dan Guy 104- 205 1577 17 1985 Glenn Bennett 137- 234 1663 10 1986 Joe Bakey 46- 140 651 0 1987 Dan Stoffere 49- 90 683 7 1988 Dan Stoffere 69- 158 1123 13 1989 Dan Stoffere 46- 113 664 6 1990 Steve Cianci 153- 314 1994 10 1991 Scott MacHenry 62- 136 854 3 1992 Vic Ameye 56- 111 857 4 1993 Scott MacHenry 91- 185 1191 8 1994 Vic Ameye 83- 135 1236 9 1995 Vic Ameye 195- 333 2669 21 1996 Brian Greene 153- 299 2415 18 1997 Brian Greene 133- 284 2022 25 1998 Mike Granato 147- 280 2041 15 1999 Mike Granato 143- 300 2870 25 2000 Mike Granato 123- 254 2802 31 2001 Mike Warker 157- 272 2751 32 2002 Mike Warker 152- 296 2616 24 2003 Mike Lomas 152- 353 2363 20 2004 Mike Lomas 229- 296 2764 19 2005 Mike Lomas 227- 418 3024 24 2006 Matt Campbell 119- 218 1882 18 2007 Matt Campbell 203- 369 2114 13 2008 Al Humes 90- 156 1207 10 2009 Chris Haupt 127- 273 1620 10

Year No. Yards TD 1956 Cappy Hill 39 852 10 1957 Cappy Hill 3 48 1 1958 Walt Crate 4 59 1 1959 Walt Crate 10 186 0 1960 Gary Piff 23 209 2 1961 Walt Crate 20 347 5 1962 Joe Fineman 9 141 1 1963 Joe Giampalmi 17 144 1 1964 Joe Carter 25 260 1 1965 Bob Grosch 46 509 1 1966 Spike Pierson 26 429 2 1967 Dave Mancini 30 409 3 1968 Wayne Blalark 21 285 4 1969 Mike Duggan 40 328 1 1970 Mike Duggan 39 428 1 1971 Billy Johnson 5 202 3 1972 Tony Simmons 9 154 1 1973 Paul Gardiner 5 83 0 1974 Gibson Ivery 24 381 4 1975 Gibson Ivery 16 338 5 1976 Gibson Ivery 29 527 7 1977 Walker Carter 26 440 6 1978 Gordon Stewart 6 149 1 1979 Tom Kincade 21 247 2 1980 Tom Kincade 31 547 9 1981 Tom Kincade 34 702 6 1982 John Roche 10 226 1 1983 John Roche 27 548 4 1984 John Roche 35 749 9 1985 John Roche 56 795 2 1986 Kim Harris 22 330 0 1987 Dan Santhouse 18 382 3 1988 Dan Santhouse 30 441 5 1989 Dan Santhouse 23 427 4 1990 Joe Sweeley 59 728 4 1991 Tom Needham 23 345 3 1992 Boonta Kheuangthirath 40 712 4 1993 Keith Dukes 48 738 4 1994 Boonta Kheuangthirath 34 654 3 1995 Boonta Kheuangthirath 50 898 11 1996 Joe Brangan 32 526 4 1997 Trent Everett 32 673 13 1998 Trent Everett 37 625 9 1999 Jim Jones 50 1047 5 2000 Jim Jones 62 1439 14 2001 Michael Coleman 55 1201 15 2002 Tyreak Saviour 39 851 9 2003 Tyreak Saviour 71 1138 7 2004 Tyreak Saviour 66 831 7 2005 Jeff Chick 73 1025 6 2006 Jamie Schild 46 838 8 2007 Mike Falkenstein 63 902 2 2008 Tim Kilkenny 29 339 0 2009 Justin Horning 37 536 5

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

John Quillinan/Al Azzari Al Azzari Al Azzari Earle Masciulli Earle Masciulli Mike Lenge Keith Morey Jeff Allison Four tied with Antonio Moore Sean Stoner Travis Sims Jesse Merscher

4 6 5 6 5 5 3 5 2 13 4 3 3

29/7 0/0 23 0 45 0 70 0 0 0 36 0 14 0 26 0 -- 0 116 1 78 1 34 0 7 0

Joe Turchi/Ryan Ricedorff Tom Eisenhower T.J. Hess B.J. Hogan/Darren Sinclair B.J. Hogan/Nick Rubino Billy Walsh B.J. Hogan B.J. Hogan Todd Fairlie Todd Fairlie Orlando Brown TD Davis Kevin Franklin/Zach Smith

5 97/79 2/0 4 73 1 4 47 0 6 109/70 0/1 2 77/44 1/0 2 0 0 5 84 1 6 72 0 5 108 0 6 45 0 8 131 1 4 21 0 2 10/0 0

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NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS Individual Records Rushing Attempts G: 31 Chip Zawoiski T: 73 Chip Zawoiski C: 90 Gary Clofine Rushing Yards G: 187 Mike Ambrose T: 362 Chip Zawoiski C: 474 Mike Ambrose Rushing Touchdowns G: 3 Gary Clofine Jim Jones T: 6 Jim Jomes C: 9 Jim Jones Passing Attempts G: 67 Vic Ameye T: 107 Mike Granato C: 107 Mike Granato Passing Completions G: 29 Vic Ameye T: 56 Mike Granato C: 56 Mike Granato

at Central, 1977 1977 1979-81

vs. W & J, 2001 1977 2000-01

Punt Returns G: 6 Steve Warrington vs. Wabash, 1977 T: 13 Steve Warrington 1977 C: 13 Steve Warrington 1977

at Bethany, 1980 vs. Hobart, 2000 2000 2000-01

at Lycoming, 1995 2000 2000

at Lycoming, 1995 2000 2000

Passing Yards G: 415 Mike Granato at Springfield, 2000 T: 1147 Mike Granato 2000 C: 1147 Mike Granato 2000 Passing Touchdowns G: 5 Jim Jones T: 13 Mike Granato C: 13 Mike Granato Receptions G: 10 Jim Jones T: 23 Jim Jones C: 45 Jim Jones

vs. Hobart, 2000 2000 2000

vs. W & J, 2001 2000 2000-01

Receiving Yards G: 197 Jim Jones at Springfield, 2000 T: 560 Michael Coleman 2000 C: 1040 Michael Coleman 2000-01 Receiving Touchdowns G: 4 M. Coleman at Springfield, 2000 T: 8 Michael Coleman 2000 C: 12 Michael Coleman 2000-01 Offensive Plays G: 70 Vic Ameye T: 113 Mike Granato C: 200 Bob Cole

Results Total Offense G: 414 Mike Granato vs. Springfield, 2000 T: 1117 Mike Granato 2000 C: 1117 Mike Granato 2000

at Lycoming, 1995 2000 1979-81

Punt Return Yards G: 81 Jim Jones vs. Bridgewater, 2001 T: 148 Steve Warrington 1977 C: 148 Steve Warrington 1977-80 Touchdowns G: 5 Jim Jones T: 11 Jim Jones C: 20 Jim Jones

vs. Hobart, 2000 2000 2000-01

Points G: 30 Jim Jones T: 66 Jim Jones C: 120 Jim Jones

vs. Hobart, 2000 2000 2000-01

Points Kicking G: 13 Paul Ragan T: 26 Paul Ragan C: 26 Paul Ragan Punts G: 10 10 T: 21 C: 31

at Springfield, 2000 2000 2000

John Ferko Robert McHugh Mark Stephan John Ferko

vs. Albany, 1977 at CWR, 2007 1981 1976-79

Interceptions G: 2 Steve Warrington at Wittenberg, 1979 2 Bob O’Toole vs. Dayton, 1980 T: 3 Tom Deery 1981 C: 6 Tom Deery 1978-81 Interception Return Yards G: 43 Michael Coleman vs. Hobart, 2000 T: 67 Lew Irving 1981 C: 84 Tom Deery 1978-81

Team Game Records Rushing Attempts Rushing Yards Passing Attempts Passing Completions Passing Yards Total Offense Points

76 354 67 29 415 647 61

vs. Albright, 1975 at Central, 1977 at Lycoming, 1995 at Lycoming, 1995 vs. Springfield, 2000 vs. Springfield, 2000 vs. Springfield, 2000

G: Game, T: Tournament, C: Career

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1975 11/22 Albright (QF) W 11/29 at Ithaca (SF) L

14-6 14-23

1977 11/19 at Central (QF) 11/26 Albany (SF) 12/3 vs. Wabash (F) ^

19-0 33-15 39-36

W W W

1979 11/17 Baldwin-Wallace (QF) W 11/24 at Wittenberg (SF) L

29-8 14-17

1980 11/22 at Bethany (QF) W 11/29 Dayton (SF) L

43-12 24-28

1981 11/21 at West Georgia (QF) W 11/28 Montclair State (SF) W 12/5 vs. Dayton (F) ^ W

10-3 23-12 17-10

1982 11/20 at West Georgia (QF) L *** 24-31 1988 11/19 at Moravian (1R-16) L

7-17

1994 11/19 at Dickinson (1R-16) W 11/26 at Wash. & Jeff. (QF) L

14-0 21-37

1995 11/18 at Lycoming (1R-16) L

27-31

2000 11/18 11/25 12/2 12/9

at Union (1R) W Hobart (2R) W at Springfield (QF) W at Mount Union (SF) L

33-26 40-14 61-27 30-70

2001 11/17 Chris. Newport (1R) W 11/24 Wash. & Jeff. (2R) W 12/1 at Bridgewater-VA (QF) L

56-7 46-30 32-57

2007 11/17 at Case Western Reserve (1R) L

20-21

All-Time Records Round of 32................................................ 2-1 Round of 16................................................ 3-2 Quarterfinals (QF)...................................... 6-3 Semifinals (SF)............................................ 2-4 Final (F) ^................................................... 2-0 Totals.....................................................15-10 ^ Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl (Phenix City, AL) * each overtime period

WIDENER PRIDE


1977, 1981 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS The 1977 season provided more than just the school’s first NCAA championship in any sport. It left many memorable moments for a team who stuck together throughout the campaign after beginning in less than ideal shape. The offense looked in disarray with just one returning starter. The defense was in a worse predicament after three standouts decided, respectively, to quit, become a state trooper and enter the Marines. Leave it to perennially optimistic coach Bill Manlove (pictured) to turn the tide and create one of the school’s most magical runs. Manlove was not the only one wearing blue and gold in high spirits. After Widener’s season-opening 28-0 victory over Lebanon Valley, All-America running back Chip Zawoiski told Manlove, “I’ll see you in Alabama, Coach” (site of the national championship game). Zawoiski’s prognostication did not look profound after the following week’s loss to Fordham, but little did anyone know that would be the Pioneers’ final setback of the year. The Pioneers (11-1) rolled through the remainder of the regular season and into the NCAA Tournament for the second time in three years. A quarterfinal date at Central in Pella, Iowa turned out to be no match. The home team sported the nation’s leading rusher, but Zawoiski stole the show with a then tournament-record 31 carries along with 171 yards in Widener’s 19-0 victory. The semifinal against Albany State was played in the mud at Memorial Stadium, coupled with a brutal wind. The Pioneers squandered an early 12-0 lead, but Steve Warrington’s 52-yard punt return for a touchdown was the catalyst in a 33-15 victory, confirming Zawoiski’s insight and Manlove’s belief in his unit. The Stagg Bowl in Phenix City, AL against Wabash saw Widener fall into a 10-0 hole. But in a contest which featured five lead changes, the Pioneers’ biggest play gave them an insurmountable advantage. The usually cautious Manlove called for quarterback Mark Walter to hit Walker Carter on a bomb, which worked for a 70-yard touchdown pass late in the game and a 39-28 lead. Upon the conclusion of Widener’s 39-36 victory, students who witnessed the nationally televised game on a rented seven-foot screen in Alumni Auditorium poured out of the hall and on to nearby Memorial Stadium in jubilation. The offense that looked skeptical, at first, saw Zawoiski finish the season with 1,576 rushing yards and 21 touchdowns, and Walter close with 1,312 yards passing and 15 touchdowns. The defense, minus all the defections, held seven opponents in single figures and yielded just 11.6 points per game. The 1981 undefeated season was as much about a team celebration than anything else. After all, the senior class could claim at year’s end a 42-3 record over four seasons, four conference championships, three NCAA Tournament appearances and a national championship. But it was one player who stood out. Tom Deery (pictured), a three-time All-American and one of two Pioneers in the College Football Hall of Fame, not only was the spark plug on defense and special teams a fourth straight season, but again provided the big moments when needed. Unlike the 1980 season when the Pioneers cruised to most of their victories, the ’81 campaign was a scratch-and-claw effort that saw the team defeat some game opponents and prepare them for bigger tests. The first big test was the last game of the regular season at Swarthmore with the MAC Southern Division title and an NCAA berth at stake. The Garnet fans were seeking a huge upset on their home turf, but the Pioneers’ defense came through by allowing just 53 yards rushing in a 16-6 victory. The national quarterfinals the following week at West Georgia this time provided an opportunity for the pass defense to shine. Widener surrendered just 89 yards through the air and held on for a 10-3 triumph. Enter Montclair State to Memorial Stadium for the semifinals. Enter Tom Deery. The Indians scored early in the fourth quarter to close within 14-12. Deery made sure it would once again be a two-possession game. Breaking a school record that stood since 1926, Deery returned the ensuing kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown and a 21-12 game. The 23-12 victory once again had the Pioneers packing their bags for Phenix City. This time, the final opponent would be one a little more familiar. Dayton not only was the defending national champion, but it had rallied from a 24-point deficit the year before for a stunning 28-24 semifinal victory over Widener in Chester. Just like 1977, the Pioneers found themselves in a 10-0 quagmire in the Stagg Bowl. They found a way again and this time, it would be Deery to the rescue. Deery came through by returning a punt 76 yards for a touchdown and a 10-7 deficit. Tony Britton gave Widener the lead for good on a 20-yard touchdown run and Mark Stephan added a 23-yard field goal for a 17-10 victory, capping a 13-0 season. Deery ended the campaign with 11 interceptions along with 833 return yards.

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2010 OPPONENTS

Albright • Oct. 23 at Chester, PA • 1:00 pm Location: Reading, PA Enrollment: 1,625 • Nickname: Lions Colors: Red, White & Black Conference: Middle Atlantic Stadium: Gene L. Shirk Stadium (5,000) President: Dr. Lex O. McMillan III Co-Athletic Directors: Janice Luck, Rick Ferry 2009 Records: 11-2, (6-1 MAC, 2nd) Head Coach: John Marzka Records • Career / School: 26-9 (3) / same SID: David Walberg (dwalberg@alb.edu) Phone: 610-921-7786 • Fax: 610-921-7566 Press Box Phone: 610-929-6754 Hotline: 610-929-6668 Web Site: albrightathletics.com Series: Widener leads, 40-16 Streak: Widener has won nine of the last 12

2009 Results (11-2, 6-1 MAC) 9/5 at Ursinus W 28-3 9/12 Western CT St. W 48-7 9/26 at Pace W 26-20 10/3 Wilkes * W 43-21 10/10 at Lycoming * W 26-7 10/17 at King’s * W 34-16 10/24 Widener * W 31-17 10/31 FDU-Florham * W 49-28 11/7 at Delaware Valley * L 16-45 11/14 Lebanon Valley * W (2ot) 44-43 11/21 at Alfred (NCAA) W 35-25 11/28 at Del. Val. (NCAA) W 27-3 12/5 at Mt. Union (NCAA) L 3-55

2010 Schedule Ursinus at Geneva Catholic at Wilkes * Lycoming * King’s * at Widener * at FDU-Florham * Delaware Valley * at Lebanon Valley *

7:00 7:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

2010 Schedule 9/4 Widener 9/18 at St. Lawrence 9/25 at Springfield * 10/2 Frostburg State 10/9 at Hartwick * 10/16 at RPI 10/23 St. John Fisher * 10/30 Rochester 11/6 Ithaca * 11/13 at Utica *

1:00 1:00 2:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

9/4 9/11 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

Alfred • Sept. 4 at Alfred, NY • 1:00 pm Location: Alfred, NY Enrollment: 2,000 • Nickname: Saxons Colors: Purple & Gold Conference: Empire 8 Stadium: Merrill Field (5,000) President: Dr. Charles M. Edmondson Athletic Director: Jim Moretti 2009 Records: 8-2 (4-1 E8, T-1st) Head Coach: Dave Murray Records • Career / School: 120-87-1 (20) / 76-47 (12) SID: Mark Whitehouse (whitehouse@alfred.edu) Phone: 607-871-2904 • Fax: 607-871-2373 Press Box Phone: 607-871-2236 Web Address: saxons.alfred.edu Series: First Meeting

9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/10 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

2009 Results (8-2, 4-1 E8) at UMass Dartmouth W at FDU-Florham W St. Lawrence W Springfield * W Hartwick * W at St. John Fisher * W Rochester W at Ithaca * L Utica * W Albright (NCAA) L

35-6 33-28 38-16 49-28 42-17 31-28 51-14 10-31 56-30 25-35

Delaware Valley • Nov. 13 at Doylestown, PA • 1:00 pm Location: Doylestown, PA Enrollment: 1,690 • Nickname: Aggies Colors: Forrest Green & Gold Conference: Middle Atlantic Stadium: James Work Memorial Stadium (4,000) President: Dr. Joseph S. Brosnan Athletic Director: Frank Wolfgang 2009 Records: 10-2 (7-0 MAC, 1st) Head Coach: Jim Clements Records • Career / School: 31-13 (4) / same SID: Matt Levy (Matthew.Levy@delval.edu) Phone: 215-489-2937 • Fax: 215-230-2963 Press Box Phone: 215-489-2383 Hotline: 215-489-4855 (1946) Web Address: athletics.delval.edu Series: Widener leads, 25-7 Streak: Del. Val. has won six of the last seven

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9/5 9/12 9/19 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28

2009 Results (10-2, 7-0 MAC) Johns Hopkins W at Kean W Wesley L at Lebanon Valley * W FDU-Florham * W Wilkes * W at Lycoming * W at King’s * W Albright * W at Widener * W Susquehanna (NCAA) W Albright (NCAA) L

23-7 30-17 13-31 28-7 41-17 23-0 21-7 47-21 45-16 28-16 66-7 3-27

2010 Schedule 9/4 at Muhlenberg 9/11 Washington and Jefferson 9/18 at Wesley 10/2 Lebanon Valley * 10/9 at FDU-Florham * 10/16 at Wilkes * 10/23 Lycoming * 10/30 King’s * 11/6 at Albright * 11/13 Widener *

7:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

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2010 OPPONENTS

FDU-Florham • Oct. 2 at Chester, PA • 1:00 pm (Homecoming) Location: Madison, NJ Enrollment: 2,500 • Nickname: Devils Colors: Cardinal and Navy Conference: Middle Atlantic Stadium: Robert T. Shields Field (4,000) President: Dr. J. Michael Adams Athletic Director: Bill Klika 2009 Records: 2-8 (1-6 MAC, 8th) Head Coach: Rich Mosca Records • Career / School: 20-60 (9) / same SID: Jim Henry (jhenry@fdu.edu) Phone: 973-443-8965 • Fax: 973-443-8796 Press Box Phone: 973-443-8968 Web Address: fdudevils.com Series: Widener leads, 13-2 Streak: Widener has won 12 straight

2009 Results (2-8, 1-6 MAC) 9/12 Alfred L 9/18 at Coll. of New Jersey L 9/26 Apprentice School W 10/2 Widener * L 10/10 at Delaware Valley * L 10/17 Lebanon Valley * L 10/24 at Wilkes * L 10/31 at Albright * L 11/7 King’s * W 11/14 at Lycoming * L

9/11 9/17 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

2010 Schedule St. Vincent College of New Jersey at Apprentice School at Widener * Delaware Valley * at Lebanon Valley * Wilkes * Albright * at King’s * Lycoming *

1:00 7:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

45-0 21-24 41-17 27-24 24-20 17-40 20-10 26-47 31-10 23-20

9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

2010 Schedule St. Lawrence Union at Widener at Lycoming Hartwick * at St. John Fisher * Springfield * Utica * at Alfred * at Cortland

2:00 1:00 1:00 1:30 1:00 4:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 12:00

16-10 30-57 6-20 21-24 35-24 16-34 14-40 21-47 21-28 33-16

2010 Schedule 9/3 at Springfield 9/11 Bethany 9/18 at William Paterson 10/2 at Lycoming * 10/9 Widener * 10/16 at Albright * 10/23 Lebanon Valley * 10/30 at Delaware Valley * 11/6 FDU-Florham * 11/13 at Wilkes *

7:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 12:00

28-33 28-58 49-30 14-41 17-41 14-40 6-7 28-49 28-21 21-28

Ithaca • Sept. 18 at Chester, PA • 1:00 pm Location: Ithaca, NY Enrollment: 6,700 • Nickname: Bombers Colors: Blue and Gold Conference: Empire 8 Stadium: Butterfield Stadium (5,000) President: Thomas Rochon Athletic Director: Ken Kutler 2009 Records: 7-3 (3-2 E8, T-3rd) Head Coach: Mike Welch Records • Career / School: 128-46 (15) / same SID: Mike Warwick (mwarwick@ithaca.edu) Phone: 607-274-1401 • Fax: 607-274-1671 Press Box Phone: 607-274-1700 Web Address: bombers.ithaca.edu Series: Ithaca leads, 2-0

2009 Results (7-3, 3-2 E8) 9/5 at St. Lawrence W 9/12 at Union L 9/19 Widener W 9/26 at Utica * W 10/3 at Hartwick * W 10/10 St. John Fisher * L 10/17 at Frostburg State W 10/31 at Springfield * L 11/7 Alfred * W 11/14 Cortland W

King’s • Oct. 9 at Wilkes-Barre, PA • 1:00 pm Location: Wilkes-Barre, PA Enrollment: 1,700 • Nickname: Monarchs Colors: Red & Gold Conference: Middle Atlantic Stadium: McCarthy Stadium (3,000) President: Rev. Thomas O’Hara, C.S.C. Athletic Director: Cheryl J. Ish 2008 Records: 3-7 (2-5 MAC, 6th) Head Coach: Jeff Knarr Records • Career / School: First Season / same SID: Bob Ziadie (robertziadie@kings.edu) Phone: 570-208-5934 • Fax: 570-208-5937 Press Box Phone: 570-823-5879 Web Address: kingscollegeathletics.com Series: Widener leads, 14-3 Streak: Widener has won five of the last seven

2010 FOOTBALL

9/5 9/12 9/19 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14

2009 Results (3-7, 2-5 MAC) at Randolph-Macon W Springfield L William Paterson L Lycoming * L at Widener * W Albright * L at Lebanon Valley * L Delaware Valley * L at FDU-Florham * L Wilkes * W

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Lebanon Valley • Oct. 30 at Annville, PA • 1:00 pm Location: Annville, PA Enrollment: 1,600 • Nickname: Flying Dutchmen Colors: Blue and White Conference: Middle Atlantic Stadium: Arnold Field (4,000) President: Dr. Stephen MacDonald Athletic Director: Rick Beard 2009 Records: 9-2 (5-2 MAC, 3rd) Head Coach: Jim Monos Records • Career / School: 73-95-2 (17) / same SID: Tim Flynn (flynn@lvc.edu) Phone: 717-867-6033 • Fax: 717-867-6035 Press Box Phone: 717-867-6836 Web Address: godutchmen.com Series: Widener leads, 40-23-2 Streak: Widener has won 14 of the last 17

9/5 9/12 9/19 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

2009 Results (9-2, 5-2 MAC) at Gettysburg W 47-42 Ursinus W 27-20 at Moravian W 32-3 Delaware Valley * L 7-28 at Wilkes * W 21-18 at FDU-Florham * W 40-14 King’s * W 40-14 at Widener * W 24-0 Lycoming * W 31-21 at Albright * L (2ot) 43-44 Salisbury (ECAC) W 37-21

2010 Schedule 9/4 Gettysburg 9/11 Grove City 9/18 Moravian 10/2 at Delaware Valley * 10/9 Wilkes * 10/16 FDU-Florham * 10/23 at King’s * 10/30 Widener * 11/6 at Lycoming * 11/13 Albright *

1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

2010 Schedule 9/4 at Rowan 9/11 Westminster (PA) 9/25 Ithaca 10/2 King’s * 10/9 at Albright * 10/16 Widener * 10/23 at Delaware Valley * 10/30 at Wilkes * 11/6 Lebanon Valley * 11/13 at FDU-Florham *

1:00 1:00 1:30 1:00 1:00 1:30 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

Lycoming • Oct. 16 at Williamsport, PA • 1:30 pm Location: Williamsport, PA Enrollment: 1,400 • Nickname: Warriors Colors: Blue & Gold Conference: Middle Atlantic Stadium: David Person Field (3,700) President: Dr. James E. Douthat Athletic Director: Scott Kennell 2009 Records: 4-6 (3-4 MAC, T-4th) Head Coach: Mike Clark Records • Career / School: 11-10 (2) / same SID: Joe Guistina (guistina@lycoming.edu) Phone: 570-321-4028 • Fax: 570-321-4337 Press Box Phone: 570-323-5765 Hotline: 570-321-4188 Web Address: athletics.lycoming.edu Series: Lycoming leads, 19-13 Streak: Widener has won six of the last 10

9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14

2009 Results (4-6, 3-4 MAC) Rowan L at Susquehanna W at Bridgewater L at King’s * W Albright * L at Widener * W Delaware Valley * L Wilkes * L at Lebanon Valley * L FDU-Florham * W

7-29 37-23 29-32 24-21 7-26 28-16 7-21 13-17 21-31 28-21

Thiel • Sept. 11 at Chester, PA • 1:00 pm Location: Greenville, PA Enrollment: 1,279 • Nickname: Tomcats Colors: Navy Blue & Old Gold Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Stadium: Alumni Stadium (1,400) President: Troy VanAken Athletic Director: Jack Leipheimer 2009 Records: 3-7 (1-5 PAC, T-6th) Head Coach: Kurt Reiser Records • Career / School: 3-7 (1) / same SID: Ben Mitchell (bmitchell@thiel.edu) Phone: 724-589-2187 • Fax: 724-589-2880 Press Box Phone: 724-589-4085 Web Address: thielathletics.com Series: First Meeting

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9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14

2009 Results (3-7, 1-5 PAC) at Marietta L 14-20 Albion W 20-10 at Wash. & Jeff. * L 16-56 at Geneva L 13-37 Westminster * W 24-21 at Bethany * L 21-42 Thomas More * L 14-28 Saint Vincent W 38-14 at Waynesburg * L 17-38 Grove City * L (ot) 24-31

9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

2010 Schedule Marietta at Widener Waynesburg * at Saint Vincent (PA) at Thomas More * Bethany * at Westminster (PA) * Geneva * Washington & Jefferson * at Grove City *

1:30 1:00 1:30 1:00 1:30 1:30 7:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

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2010 OPPONENTS / 2010 MAC SCHEDULE

Wilkes • Nov. 6 at Chester, PA • 1:00 pm Location: Wilkes-Barre, PA Enrollment: 2,400 • Nickname: Colonels Colors: Navy Blue & Gold Conference: Middle Atlantic Stadium: Ralston Field (4,000) President: Dr. Joseph (Tim) Gilmour Athletic Director: Addy Malatesta 2009 Records: 6-5 (3-4 MAC, T-4th) Head Coach: Frank Sheptock Records • Career / School: 88-60 (14) / same SID: Ryan Rebholz (ryan.rebholz@wilkes.edu) Phone: 570-408-4777 • Fax: 570-408-4028 Press Box Phone: 570-283-4768 Hotline: 570-408-4778 Web Address: gowilkesu.com Series: Widener leads, 21-14-1 Streak: Wilkes has won six of the last seven

9/5 9/12 9/25 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

2009 Results (6-5, 3-4 MAC) Muhlenberg W Montclair State W at Christopher Newport W at Albright * L Lebanon Valley * L at Delaware Valley * L FDU-Florham * W at Lycoming * W Widener * W at King’s * L at F&M (ECAC) L

14-12 37-10 24-17 21-43 18-21 0-23 7-6 17-13 29-24 16-33 24-29

9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

2010 Schedule Waynesburg Springfield at Utica Albright * at Lebanon Valley * Delaware Valley * at FDU-Florham * Lycoming * at Widener * King’s *

12:00 12:00 2:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 12:00

2010 Middle Atlantic Conference Schedule September 3 / September 4 King’s at Springfield Widener at Alfred Gettysburg at Lebanon Valley Lycoming at Rowan Ursinus at Albright Delaware Valley at Muhlenberg

7:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 7:00 7:00

September 11 (MAC-PAC Challenge) Thiel at Widener 1:00 Waynesburg at Wilkes 12:00 Wash. and Jeff. at Delaware Valley 1:00 Bethany at King’s 1:00 Grove City at Lebanon Valley 1:00 Westminster (PA) at Lycoming 1:00 St. Vincent (PA) at FDU-Florham 1:00 Albright at Geneva 7:00 September 17 / September 18 College of New Jersey at FDU-Florham Ithaca at Widener Springfield at Wilkes King’s at William Paterson Delaware Valley at Wesley Moravian at Lebanon Valley September 25 Catholic at Albright FDU-Florham at Apprentice School Ithaca at Lycoming Wilkes at Utica

2010 FOOTBALL

7:00 1:00 12:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

1:00 1:00 1:30 2:00

October 2 FDU-Florham at Widener * Albright at Wilkes * King’s at Lycoming * Lebanon Valley at Delaware Valley *

1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

November 13 Widener at Delaware Valley * King’s at Wilkes * Albright at Lebanon Valley * Lycoming at FDU-Florham *

October 9 Widener at King’s * Lycoming at Albright * Delaware Valley at FDU-Florham * Wilkes at Lebanon Valley *

1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

October 16 Widener at Lycoming * King’s at Albright * Delaware Valley at Wilkes * FDU-Florham at Lebanon Valley *

1:30 1:00 1:00 1:00

December 4 NCAA Tournament • Quarterfinals

October 23 Albright at Widener * Lebanon Valley at King’s * Lycoming at Delaware Valley * Wilkes at FDU-Florham *

1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

December 18 NCAA Tournament Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl XXXVIII

1:00 12:00 1:00 1:00

November 20 NCAA Tournament • First Round ECAC Bowls November 27 NCAA Tournament • Second Round

December 11 NCAA Tournament • Semifinals

* Middle Atlantic Conference game Schedule is subject to change

October 30 Widener at Lebanon Valley * Albright at FDU-Florham * King’s at Delaware Valley * Lycoming at Wilkes *

1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

November 6 Wilkes at Widener * Delaware Valley at Albright * FDU-Florham at King’s * Lebanon Valley at Lycoming *

1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

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WIDENER VS. Active Division III

Opponent (formerly known as)............Began Record Last Widener Win Albright...............................................1916 40-16-0 2007 (28-24) Alfred................................................... First Meeting Baldwin-Wallace................................... 1979 1-0-0 1979 (29-8) Bethany................................................. 1980 1-0-0 1980 (43-12) Bridgewater (VA).................................. 2001 0-1-0 Case Western Reserve............................ 2007 0-1-0 Central.................................................. 1977 1-0-0 1977 (19-0) Christopher Newport............................ 2001 1-0-0 2001 (56-7) Coast Guard.......................................... 1968 0-1-0 Curry.................................................... 2009 1-0-0 2009 (22-17) Delaware Valley...................................1977 25-7-0 2007 (13-10) Dickinson............................................. 1912 14-11-2 1994 (14-0) FDU-Florham (FDU-Madison)...........1993 13-2-0 2009 (41-14) Franklin & Marshall............................. 1905 16-13-1 1982 (16-7) Frostburg State...................................... 2003 4-0-0 2009 (35-16) Gallaudet.............................................. 1914 4-2-0 1931 (20-0) Gettysburg............................................ 1929 6-4-1 1991 (27-6) Hampden-Sydney................................. 1958 0-1-0 Hartwick............................................... 1940 2-0-0 1942 (40-7) Hobart.................................................. 2000 1-0-0 2000 (40-14) Ithaca...................................................1975 0-2-0 Johns Hopkins...................................... 1885 11-3-0 1982 (23-6) Juniata.................................................. 1923 26-8-0 2006 (35-13) Kean...................................................... 1994 0-1-0 King’s...................................................1993 14-3-0 2008 (17-3) Kings Point........................................... 1960 1-8-0 1961 (35-14) Lebanon Valley....................................1933 40-23-2 2007 (20-13) Lycoming.............................................1954 13-19-0 2007 (16-14) McDaniel (Western Maryland)............. 1902 18-13-0 1980 (49-7) Montclair State..................................... 1981 2-1-0 2005 (27-18) Moravian.............................................. 1946 39-21-0 2006 (20-16) Mount Union....................................... 2000 0-1-0 Muhlenberg.......................................... 1916 8-7-1 1982 (31-12) Nichols................................................. 1969 2-0-0 1970 (24-7) North Carolina Wesleyan...................... 2007 2-0-0 2008 (7-6) Norwich................................................ 1985 2-0-0 1986 (10-6) Rowan................................................... 2007 0-1-0 Salisbury............................................... 1983 2-2-0 2005 (31-28) Springfield............................................. 2000 1-0-0 2000 (61-27) Susquehanna......................................... 1915 28-13-1 2006 (31-14) Thiel.................................................... First Meeting Trinity (CT)......................................... 1968 0-2-0 Union................................................... 2000 1-0-0 2000 (33-26) Ursinus................................................. 1893 23-9-0 1982 (21-3) Wabash................................................. 1977 1-0-0 1977 (39-36) Washington & Jefferson........................ 1991 1-3-0 2001 (46-30) Wesley.................................................. 1989 2-2-0 1990 (19-14) Wilkes..................................................1956 21-14-1 2007 (20-17) Wittenberg............................................ 1979 0-1-0 2010 Opponents in Bold

Active Division I & II

Army..................................................... 1933 0-1-0 Bowie State........................................... 1983 1-0-0 Bucknell................................................ 1934 0-1-1 Connecticut.......................................... 1921 0-0-1 Dayton.................................................. 1980 1-1-0 Delaware............................................... 1896 20-19-3 Fordham............................................... 1971 7-1-0 Lehigh................................................... 1917 0-7-1 Maryland.............................................. 1912 1-2-1 Mercyhurst............................................ 1984 0-1-0 Pennsylvania......................................... 1879 1-3-1 Rutgers.................................................. 1922 1-4-1 SUNY-Albany....................................... 1977 1-0-0 Temple.................................................. 1910 5-0-1 Villanova............................................... 1896 1-9-0 Wagner................................................. 1950 10-2-0 West Chester......................................... 1933 5-13-3 West Georgia........................................ 1981 1-1-0 All Opponents...................................... 637-395-38

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(39-12)

1981 1948 1978

(17-10) (13-7) (16-7)

1913

(26-6)

1888 1925 1977 1925 1920 1962 1939 1981

(6-0) (13-12) (33-15) (13-0) (13-6) (15-8) (23-8) (10-3)

Inactive

Opponent............................................Began Adelphi................................................. 1952 Alpha Boat Club................................... 1890 Ardmore................................................ 1892 Baltimore.............................................. 1929 Banks Business...................................... 1902 Belmont AA.......................................... 1888 Belmont AA Second Team.................... 1893 Blue Ridge............................................ 1940 Bordentown Military ........................... 1903 Bridgeport............................................. 1956 Brown Prep........................................... 1905 Cambridge AA...................................... 1895 Carlisle Reserves.................................... 1913 Central High School............................. 1911 Central Manual Training School........... 1901 Chester Cricket Club............................ 1885 Chester High School............................. 1894 Chester High School Alumni................ 1897 Chester YMCA..................................... 1896 Columbia Business................................ 1904 Crescents . ............................................ 1879 Delaware Field Club............................. 1888 Dickinson Reserves............................... 1911 Drexel................................................... 1901 Episcopal Academy............................... 1902 George Washington.............................. 1924 Hahnemann Medical............................ 1909 Haverford ............................................ 1884 Jefferson................................................ 1900 Jefferson Medical.................................. 1900 Lakehurst Naval Air Station.................. 1942 La Salle.................................................. 1936 Medico-Chirurgical............................... 1903 Melrose Academy.................................. 1892 Mount St. Mary’s.................................. 1926 New York University............................. 1935 New York Tech..................................... 1976 Northeast Manual Training School....... 1912 Park Avenue Wheelmen........................ 1894 Pennington Seminary............................ 1883 Pennsylvania College Department......... 1901 Pennsylvania Dental.............................. 1903 Pennsylvania Frosh................................ 1894 Pennsylvania Law.................................. 1898 Pennsylvania Medical............................ 1900 Pennsylvania Military Alumni............... 1890 Pennsylvania Reserves........................... 1888 Pennsylvania Scrubs.............................. 1898 Pennsylvania Sophs............................... 1903 Philadelphia Amateur Swim Club......... 1892 Philadelphia Dental............................... 1898 Philadelphia Institute for the Deaf........ 1896 Philadelphia Pharmacy.......................... 1902 Philadelphia Textile.............................. 1900 Princeton Frosh..................................... 1884 Princeton Reserves................................ 1887 Princeton Sophs.................................... 1880 Prospect Field Club............................... 1925 Rivertons............................................... 1891 St. John’s (MD).................................... 1900 St. John’s (NY)...................................... 1971 Saint Joseph’s........................................ 1912 Scranton................................................ 1950 Shortlidge-Media Academy .................. 1885 Stevens Tech......................................... 1912 Swarthmore........................................... 1879 Tioga AA............................................... 1888 Upland AA............................................ 1886 Upsala................................................... 1931 Villanova Prep....................................... 1908 Villanova Scrubs.................................... 1902 Vineland............................................... 1888 Viscose AC............................................ 1920 Warren AC........................................... 1893 Washington (MD)................................ 1906 Williamson Trade................................. 1903

Record Last Widener Win 0-1-0 1-0-0 1890 (18-0) 0-0-1 5-0-0 1935 (20-0) 4-0-0 1905 (12-0) 1-0-0 1888 (48-0) 1-0-0 1893 (22-0) 2-0-0 1941 (20-0) 1-0-0 1903 (34-0) 2-0-0 1957 (13-6) 1-1-0 1906 (22-0) 1-0-0 1895 (14-6) 1-1-0 1913 (7-0) 1-1-0 1912 (7-0) 1-0-0 1901 (24-6) 1-0-0 1886 (12-0) 3-0-0 1898 (22-0) 0-1-0 1-0-0 1896 (6-0) 1-1-0 1904 (11-0) 2-0-1 1883 (30-0) 1-0-0 1888 (22-0) 1-0-0 1911 (53-0) 12-16-2 1971 (40-19) 1-0-0 1902 (35-0) 1-0-0 1924 (13-0) 1-0-0 1909 (5-0) 8-4-0 1971 (36-0) 1-0-0 1900 (10-5) 3-2-1 1905 (17-11) 0-1-0 1-5-0 1936 (6-2) 2-3-0 1909 (10-5) 1-0-0 1892 (24-6) 0-2-1 0-6-0 2-0-0 1977 (35-6) 1-0-0 1912 (32-0) 1-0-0 1894 (20-0) 3-1-0 1908 (16-6) 0-1-0 5-1-0 1909 (14-0) 5-4-0 1900 (6-0) 3-0-0 1903 (17-6) 1-0-0 1900 (11-6) 1-0-0 1890 (21-0) 2-0-0 1915 (10-0) 0-2-0 0-0-1 1-0-0 1892 (44-0) 2-0-0 1904 (36-0) 0-1-0 4-0-0 1911 (29-0) 3-0-0 1902 (18-0) 0-3-0 1-3-0 1888 (6-0) 0-4-0 4-1-0 1930 (13-0) 1-0-0 1891 (18-0) 16-12-1 1932 (22-0) 2-0-0 1972 (55-14) 15-1-2 1939 (10-2) 0-4-0 3-0-0 1897 (8-5) 1-1-0 1912 (18-6) 24-18-1 1988 (36-3) 1-0-0 1888 (20-0) 2-2-0 1893 (28-0) 9-3-0 1993 (27-24) 1-1-2 1908 (6-5) 1-0-0 1902 (22-0) 1-0-0 1888 (56-0) 1-0-0 1920 (7-0) 1-0-0 1893 (4-0) 10-2-1 1941 (22-6) 4-3-2 1909 (5-3)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS PA MILITARY ACADEMY

1891 (1-1) Haverford SNA Swarthmore L Rivertons W

No known coach 1879-91 1879 (0-1-1) Crescents T 0g0t-0g0t Pennsylvania L 0g-6g Swarthmore SNA

Si Pauxtis 1916-29, 1936-46 82-74-8

Ed Lawless 1967-68 5-13

1880 (0-1) Princeton Sophs L 0g-1g3t 1881 (1-1) Crescents W 3g2t-0g3s Princeton Sophs L 0g-4g3t 1882 no scores available 1883 (2-1) Crescents W Pennington Seminary W Princeton Sophs ^ L

Judd Timm 1930-38 36-37-10

George Hansell 1953-61 50-23

Bill Manlove 1969-91 182-53-1

Bill Cubit 1992-96 34-18-1

1884 (1-1) Princeton Frosh L Pennington Seminary * W Haverford SNA

6-16 16-2

1885 (2-3) Swarthmore L Shortlidge-Media Acad. W Princeton Frosh L Shortlidge-Media Acad. W Johns Hopkins L Chester Cricket Club SNA

4-56 15-5 0-40 16-2 0-30

1886 (2-1-1) Princeton Frosh L Chester Cricket Club W Pennsylvania * (NR) T Upland AA W 1887 (0-1) Princeton Reserves L Johns Hopkins SNA Oxford AC SNA

Rock Royer 1962-63 8-11

Art Raimo 1964-66 8-19

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Bill Zwaan 1997-2002 54-14

David Wood 2003-09 41-32

30-0 11-0 0-32

1888 (9-0) Pennsylvania Reserves W Haverford W Vineland W Tioga AA W Princeton Reserves * W Pennsylvania * (NR) W Johns Hopkins W Belmont AA W Delaware Field Club W

0-16 12-0 6-6 18-0 0-23

18-0 14-0 56-0 20-0 6-0 6-0 12-0 48-0 22-0

1889 (1-2) Haverford L Princeton Reserves L Johns Hopkins W

14-16 0-22 12-0

1890 (2-2) PMA Alumni W Princeton Reserves L Haverford ^ L Alpha Boat Club W

21-0 0-46 0-18 18-0

0-52 18-0

PA MILITARY COLLEGE No known coach 1892-93; 95-96; 1899; 1908-10 1892 (2-1-1) Melrose Academy W Phila. Am. Swim Club W Swarthmore L Ardmore AA T

24-6 44-0 4-8 6-6

1893 (4-1) Belmont AA 2nd Team W Ursinus W Swarthmore L Warren AC W Upland AA W

22-0 62-0 16-34 4-0 28-0

1894 (3-2) Harry Mackey Chester High School W Pennsylvania Frosh W at Swarthmore L Park Avenue Wheelmen W Upland AA L

10-0 32-0 0-50 20-0 0-6

1895 (2-3) Cambridge AA W Pennsylvania Frosh W Pennsylvania Frosh L Swarthmore L Upland AA L

14-6 6-4 0-14 12-16 0-12

1896 (5-3) Chester YMCA W Chester High School W Pennsylvania Frosh W Philadelphia Inst. Deaf L at Swarthmore L Villanova L Delaware W Haverford W

6-0 26-0 8-0 12-18 6-12 6-24 14-0 16-12

1897 (3-2-1) Frank Delabarre Pennsylvania Frosh W Chester HS Alumni L Swarthmore T Delaware W Shortlidge-Media Acad. W Haverford L

4-0 0-16 6-6 18-0 8-5 0-10

1898 (5-2) Bush Delaware W Pennsylvania Scrubs L Philadelphia Dental W Chester High School W at Swarthmore L Pennsylvania Law W Delaware W Temple % W

6-0 0-37 16-0 22-0 0-22 23-6 11-5 15-8

1899 (0-2) Pennsylvania Scrubs W Delaware L

5-11 0-23

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1900 (7-3) Nathan Stauffer Pennsylvania Law W 23-0 Philadelphia Textile W 18-6 Swarthmore L 5-28 Delaware *& (0-17) W 6-0 Jefferson College W 10-5 Pennsylvania Frosh W 6-0 Pennsylvania Medical W 11-6 Jefferson Medical W 18-0 Philadelphia Dental L 12-36 St. John’s-MD L 0-12 1901 (3-5) Nathan Stauffer Drexel W Philadelphia Textile W Ursinus L Central Manual Training W at Swarthmore L Princeton Sophs L Johns Hopkins SNA Pennsylvania Col. Dept. L St. John’s-MD L 1902 (8-1) Edwin Stearns Episcopal Academy W Villanova Scrubs W Banks Business W Drexel W Western Maryland L Philadelphia Pharmacy W Delaware W Philadelphia Textile W St. John’s-MD W 1903 (6-3-1) Edwin Stearns Williamson Trade * W Bordentown Military W Pennsylvania Frosh L Banks Business W Medico-Chirurgical L Jefferson Medical L Pennsylvania Law W Pennsylvania Sophs T Pennsylvania Dental W St. John’s-MD W 1904 (8-1-1) Edwin Stearns Williamson Trade W Delaware W Medico-Chirurgical W Philadelphia Dental W Jefferson Medical W Banks Business W Philadelphia Dental W Columbia Business W Villanova L St. John’s-MD T Temple % W 1905 (5-3) Edwin Stearns Williamson Trade W Columbia Business L Jefferson Medical W Delaware W Brown Prep L

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6-5 24-0 0-29 24-6 0-33 0-17 0-5 0-11

35-0 22-0 11-6 35-0 10-11 13-0 17-12 18-0 23-6

6-0 34-0 0-10 12-0 0-10 0-22 17-6 0-0 35-0 23-11

5-0 4-0 30-6 12-0 6-0 40-0 36-0 11-0 6-23 12-12 3-0

6-0 0-15 17-11 12-5 0-15

Banks Business W Franklin & Marshall W St. John’s-MD L 1906 (2-4-2) Joe Messick Jefferson Medical T Williamson Trade L Washington College T Delaware L Drexel L Brown Prep W Drexel L St. John’s-MD W 1907 (0-8) Joe Messick Villanova (NR) L Jefferson Medical L Pennington Seminary L Williamson Trade L Pennsylvania Frosh L Medico-Chirurgical L Drexel L St. John’s-MD L Temple % L 1908 (4-2-1) Pennington Seminary W Phil. Dental/Temple W Williamson Trade T Medico-Chirurgical L Drexel W Villanova Prep W St. John’s-MD L 1909 (6-0-1) Jefferson Medical SNA Hahnemann Medical W Medico-Chirurgical W Phil. Dental/Temple W Williamson Trade W Drexel T Philadelphia Pharmacy W St. John’s-MD W

12-0 12-11 5-6

0-0 0-20 0-0 0-12 0-17 22-0 5-12 9-0

0-18 0-6 0-12 6-15 0-47 0-16 0-5 4-21 6-17 16-6 22-0 0-0 6-7 22-0 6-5 0-11

5-0 10-5 14-0 5-3 0-0 23-0 6-0

1910 (2-3) Temple W Williamson Trade L Villanova Prep L Philadelphia Pharmacy W St. John’s-MD L 1911 (3-2-1) Jack Hollenback Central High School L Villanova Prep T Pennsylvania Frosh L Philadelphia Pharmacy W Delaware W Dickinson Reserves W Temple % W 1912 (5-1-2) Bill Hollenback Central High School W Dickinson L Saint Joseph’s W Stevens Tech W Temple W Northeast Manual Training W

22-0 0-5 0-5 35-5 0-42

0-12 0-0 0-6 29-0 8-6 53-0 30-0

7-0 0-31 20-6 18-6 28-0 32-0

Villanova Prep T Maryland T 1913 (5-0-2) Dutch Sommer at Delaware T Carlisle Reserves W Western Maryland W St. John’s-MD W Williamson Trade T Maryland W Temple W 1914 (0-6-1) Danny Hutchinson Temple T St. John’s-MD L Delaware L at Ursinus L Carlisle Reserves L Gallaudet L Maryland L

13-13 13-13

0-0 7-0 37-0 27-0 0-0 26-6 18-0

0-0 0-35 0-13 0-54 6-17 6-55 0-26

1915 (4-3) Bill Hollenback Delaware L 6-7 Pennsylvania Reserves W 10-0 at Delaware L 6-13 at Maryland L 13-14 Susquehanna W 26-0 at Saint Joseph’s W 20-0 St. John’s-MD W 38-13 1916 (4-3) Si Pauxtis Delaware L at Muhlenberg L St. John’s-MD W Gallaudet W Washington College W at Ursinus L Albright W

0-21 6-34 6-0 27-13 17-0 6-30 24-7

1917 (5-3) Si Pauxtis Temple * W at Muhlenberg L St. John’s-MD W Gallaudet W at Pennsylvania L Washington College W at Lehigh L Albright W

1-0 7-18 7-0 14-6 0-23 32-0 6-34 29-0

1918 (0-3-1) Si Pauxtis at Delaware T St. John’s-MD L Gallaudet L Swarthmore L

0-0 0-25 0-31 0-7

1919 (4-2-2) Si Pauxtis at Pennsylvania L at Swarthmore L Franklin & Marshall T St. John’s-MD T Ursinus W Albright W Washington College W Delaware W

0-54 0-14 0-0 14-14 9-6 26-0 26-0 16-0

1920 (5-3-1) Si Pauxtis Viscose AC W at Stevens Tech L Villanova W at Franklin & Marshall W St. John’s-MD L Susquehanna L Ursinus W Washington College W Delaware T

7-0 10-12 13-6 17-14 7-10 0-35 9-0 35-7 0-0

1921 (4-4-1) Si Pauxtis Albright L Villanova L Gallaudet W Washington College W at Franklin & Marshall L Ursinus W Connecticut T Delaware (Wilmington, DE) L St. John’s-MD W

20-27 7-19 12-0 26-7 14-41 12-0 0-0 0-6 3-0

1922 (4-6) Si Pauxtis at Rutgers L Saint Joseph’s W Albright L Washington College W Delaware W Franklin & Marshall L at Ursinus L Dickinson L Western Maryland W St. John’s-MD L

0-13 12-6 6-13 12-0 6-2 0-42 7-19 7-19 6-0 6-14

1923 (5-5) Si Pauxtis at Rutgers L Saint Joseph’s W Albright W Washington College L Susquehanna L at Franklin & Marshall L Ursinus W at Dickinson L Juniata W St. John’s-MD W

0-27 18-0 16-0 0-3 0-6 0-20 29-17 6-7 6-0 12-6

1924 (7-2) Si Pauxtis Washington College L Albright W Saint Joseph’s W Ursinus (Norristown, PA) W Susquehanna W George Washington W at Dickinson L Juniata W St. John’s-MD W

5-7 20-0 25-3 23-0 31-3 13-0 0-7 20-0 26-0

1925 (9-1) Si Pauxtis Prospect Field Club W Washington College W Albright W Saint Joseph’s W Temple W at Rutgers W Susquehanna W

39-0 9-3 31-6 19-0 13-0 13-12 7-0

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at Dickinson L Juniata W St. John’s-MD W

0-34 38-24 20-7

1926 (7-1-1) Si Pauxtis Washington College W Albright L Mount St. Mary’s T Saint Joseph’s W at Franklin & Marshall W at Susquehanna W Ursinus W Juniata W St. John’s-MD W

12-3 0-13 13-13 13-6 13-0 20-7 29-7 25-0 14-0

1927 (6-3) Si Pauxtis Prospect Field Club W Albright L at Mount St. Mary’s L Saint Joseph’s W at Dickinson L Susquehanna W Franklin & Marshall W Juniata W St. John’s-MD W 1928 (1-9) Si Pauxtis Prospect Field Club L at Lehigh L Saint Joseph’s L Dickinson L at Franklin & Marshall L at Susquehanna L Albright L Mount St. Mary’s L Juniata W St. John’s-MD L

7-0 0-7 0-7 25-6 0-25 12-0 12-6 38-7 13-7

0-2 7-14 3-6 6-19 0-6 20-26 0-19 0-20 6-0 0-13

at Albright L at Dickinson T Gallaudet W Baltimore W at Delaware L Susquehanna W Saint Joseph’s T

0-58 0-0 20-0 2-0 7-13 13-0 6-6

6-37 0-42 0-0 0-12 0-3 3-0 0-9 3-6 0-6

1932 (3-4-2) Jud Timm at Rutgers L at Lehigh L at Albright L at Saint Joseph’s W Dickinson W at Susquehanna T Delaware (Atl. City, NJ) L at Muhlenberg T St. John’s-MD W

6-20 0-7 0-13 25-0 25-0 0-0 6-7 0-0 22-0

1933 (5-2-1) Jud Timm West Chester W at Rutgers L at Dickinson W Saint Joseph’s W Delaware (Atl. City, NJ) W at Army L at Susquehanna W Lebanon Valley T

1938 (3-5-1) Jud Timm at West Chester L at Lehigh L at Franklin & Marshall L Ursinus W Lebanon Valley L Delaware (Atl. City, NJ) W La Salle L at Saint Joseph’s W West Chester T

14-27 13-16 0-27 26-0 13-15 32-20 0-20 7-6 0-0

38-6 0-10 13-0 37-6 25-0 0-12 16-0 0-0

1934 (7-0-2) Jud Timm at Rutgers T at Bucknell T at West Chester W Juniata W at Saint Joseph’s W Delaware (Atl. City, NJ) W Susquehanna W Baltimore W Lebanon Valley W

1939 (3-5-1) Si Pauxtis at West Chester W at New York L at Ursinus L Franklin & Marshall L Leb. Valley at Hershey L Saint Joseph’s W Delaware (Atl. City, NJ) W West Chester T La Salle L

23-8 0-43 0-4 0-6 0-31 10-2 20-0 6-6 0-20

0-0 0-0 20-0 26-0 25-0 12-0 39-0 31-0 12-7

1940 (4-5) Si Pauxtis Hartwick W at New York L Villanova (Shibe Park) L at West Chester L Blue Ridge W at Lebanon Valley W Washington College W Delaware (Wilmington, DE) L La Salle L

40-0 6-32 14-53 0-9 20-0 19-16 6-0 7-14 6-31

1941 (3-5) Si Pauxtis at New York L Delaware (Wilmington, DE) L Blue Ridge W at West Chester L Lebanon Valley W Washington College W at Albright L La Salle L

7-25 0-20 20-0 0-13 14-0 22-6 20-27 212

1942 (4-3-1) Si Pauxtis Hartwick W at West Chester T at Lehigh L Lakehurst NAS L Delaware (Wilmington, DE) L Albright W Juniata W Lebanon Valley W

40-7 6-6 0-13 7-20 14-19 18-0 14-13 7-0

1929 (6-3-1) Si Pauxtis Prospect Field Club W at Lehigh T at Saint Joseph’s W Gettysburg L Baltimore W Franklin & Marshall L at Dickinson W Delaware W Susquehanna W St. John’s-MD L

18-0 20-20 7-6 0-7 26-0 7-14 7-6 18-6 12-6 6-26

1930 (6-3-1) Jud Timm Prospect Field Club W at Lehigh L at Gettysburg L Saint Joseph’s W at Albright L Dickinson T Johns Hopkins W Baltimore W Susquehanna W Delaware W

1935 (5-5) Jud Timm at Villanova L at Bucknell L at Franklin & Marshall L West Chester W at New York L at Lebanon Valley L Delaware (Atl. City, NJ) W at Susquehanna W Baltimore W Ursinus W

0-41 0-7 0-14 12-0 17-33 0-7 7-0 13-7 20-0 6-0

13-0 0-25 0-56 27-0 7-42 7-7 7-0 21-0 24-13 10-2

1936 (2-7) Jud Timm at Villanova L at New York L at West Chester W Franklin & Marshall Lebanon Valley L Delaware (Atl. City, NJ) L La Salle (Atl. City, NJ) W Susquehanna L Ursinus L

7-32 0-26 8-0 0-26 6-7 0-6 6-2 0-6 6-12

1931 (4-3-2) Jud Timm at Lehigh L Upsala W

0-13 25-7

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at New York L at Villanova L Saint Joseph’s T at Franklin & Marshall L at Lebanon Valley L Delaware (Atl. City, NJ) W La Salle L West Chester L Ursinus L

1937 (1-8-1) Jud Timm at West Chester L

1943 and 1944 Seasons canceled due to WWII 0-19

1945 (0-2) Si Pauxtis at Ursinus L at Haverford L

6-53 0-37

1946 (1-6) Si Pauxtis Delaware (Wilmington, DE) L at West Chester L at Johns Hopkins L Ursinus L at Moravian L Lebanon Valley L at Albright W

0-25 0-40 0-27 0-13 6-14 0-13 6-0

1947 (3-4-1) Woody Ludwig Delaware (Wilmington, DE) L at West Chester L Johns Hopkins L at Drexel W at Ursinus W at Moravian L at Lebanon Valley T Albright W

13-25 0-33 6-19 25-0 20-0 0-13 0-0 27-19

1948 (8-1) Woody Ludwig Delaware (Wilmington, DE) W at West Chester L Swarthmore W at Johns Hopkins W Drexel W at Susquehanna W Haverford W at Ursinus W Albright W

13-7 0-10 38-26 12-7 33-6 19-12 33-14 31-0 39-0

1949 (6-2-1) Woody Ludwig Delaware (Wilmington, DE) L West Chester L at Swarthmore W Johns Hopkins W Drexel T Susquehanna W at Haverford W Ursinus W at Albright W

0-29 14-20 28-0 21-7 12-12 54-0 20-0 54-7 19-7

1950 (3-5) Woody Ludwig at West Chester L Albright W Delaware (Wilmington, DE) L at Drexel L Scranton L Moravian W Lebanon Valley L Wagner W

0-21 12-7 20-32 7-19 0-26 21-0 6-7 33-8

1951 (2-6) Woody Ludwig at West Chester L at Albright L at Scranton L Delaware (Wilmington, DE) L Drexel L at Moravian W Lebanon Valley L at Wagner W

6-19 6-12 0-21 2-46 0-16 35-13 6-15 13-0

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1952 (2-6) Woody Ludwig at West Chester L Adelphi L at Drexel W at Lebanon Valley L Moravian W Western Maryland L Delaware (Wilmington, DE) L at Albright L 1953 (2-4) GEORGE HANSELL West Chester L Lebanon Valley L at Moravian W at Juniata L at Western Maryland L Albright W 1954 (7-0) GEORGE HANSELL Western Maryland W Moravian W at Wagner W Lycoming W at Dickinson W Lebanon Valley W at Albright W 1955 (5-3) GEORGE HANSELL at Western Maryland W at Lebanon Valley W at Moravian L Wagner W at Lycoming W Dickinson W Scranton L Drexel L

6-21 13-19 12-7 7-19 22-0 20-24 20-43 0-20

8-27 14-25 13-7 7-24 7-33 7-0

24-0 27-20 21-12 21-0 6-2 39-14 28-6

25-6 33-0 0-13 38-14 14-13 39-0 6-32 6-20

1956 (7-2) GEORGE HANSELL at Wagner W Western Maryland W at Bridgeport W Moravian W at Drexel L Lycoming W at Wilkes W Scranton L Lebanon Valley W

14-7 19-0 28-6 14-13 21-44 14-13 25-13 21-34 40-25

1957 (5-3) GEORGE HANSELL Wagner W Bridgeport W at Western Maryland W at Moravian W Drexel W at Lycoming L Juniata L at Swarthmore L

14-12 13-6 41-26 6-0 26-6 7-13 0-14 8-14

1958 (7-2) MAC Champions GEORGE HANSELL at Wagner W Western Maryland W at Wilkes W Moravian W

13-8 13-0 20-14 14-8

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at Drexel W Lycoming L Lebanon Valley W Swarthmore * W at Hampden-Sydney L

15-6 12-13 27-7 1-0 18-24

Dickinson W at Drexel L at Franklin & Marshall L Swarthmore W at Lebanon Valley W Kings Point (Atl. City, NJ) L

7-3 0-34 17-19 27-8 20-6 16-20

1959 (6-2) GEORGE HANSELL Wagner W at Western Maryland L Wilkes W at Moravian L Drexel W at Lycoming W at Swarthmore W Lebanon Valley W

20-12 7-14 21-6 12-26 20-7 8-7 28-12 19-6

1965 (2-7) Art Raimo at Western Maryland L Muhlenberg W at Moravian L at Dickinson L Drexel L Franklin & Marshall W at Swarthmore L Lebanon Valley L Kings Point (Atl. City, NJ) L

14-15 41-14 6-19 7-14 6-14 17-7 7-33 7-29 12-22

1960 (5-4) GEORGE HANSELL at Wagner L Western Maryland W at Wilkes W Moravian W at Drexel W at Haverford W at Kings Point L Swarthmore L at Lebanon Valley L

20-25 26-12 12-0 20-12 13-12 20-6 0-15 7-18 16-37

1961 (6-3) GEORGE HANSELL Wagner W at Western Maryland W Wilkes W at Moravian L Drexel L Haverford W at Swarthmore W Lebanon Valley L Kings Point (Atl. City, NJ) W

1966 (2-7) Art Raimo Dickinson W Western Maryland W at Muhlenberg L Moravian L at Drexel L at Wilkes L Swarthmore L at Lebanon Valley L Kings Point (Atl. City, NJ) L

21-9 10-6 15-28 7-27 6-14 9-36 6-7 6-31 7-46

14-0 18-8 7-0 6-14 2-9 50-6 18-7 14-15 35-14

1962 (5-5) Rock Royer at Wagner W Western Maryland L at Wilkes W Moravian L Dickinson W at Drexel L at Franklin & Marshall W Swarthmore W at Lebanon Valley L Kings Point (Atl. City, NJ) L

1967 (3-6) Ed Lawless at Dickinson L at Western Maryland L Muhlenberg W at Moravian L Drexel L Wilkes L at Swarthmore W at Lebanon Valley W Kings Point (Atl. City, NJ) L

13-15 7-14 28-24 6-35 6-19 0-27 42-13 14-13 6-37

15-8 7-12 30-0 3-17 15-8 8-31 20-16 19-7 0-12 0-9

1968 (2-7) Ed Lawless Western Maryland L at Upsala L Moravian W Trinity-CT L at Drexel L at Wilkes L Swarthmore W at Lebanon Valley L Coast Guard (Atl. City, NJ) L

0-30 6-21 7-2 7-45 13-35 0-34 22-9 6-21 14-40

1963 (3-6) Rock Royer Wagner L at Western Maryland L Wilkes W at Moravian L at Dickinson L Drexel W Franklin & Marshall W at Swarthmore L Kings Point (Atl. City, NJ) L

0-27 6-31 15-12 7-17 13-21 10-0 21-6 6-7 13-27

1969 (2-7) Bill Manlove Nichols W at Western Maryland L Upsala W at Moravian L Trinity-CT L Drexel L Wilkes L at Swarthmore L Lebanon Val. (Atl. City, NJ) L

25-6 6-17 14-13 6-33 14-37 10-16 0-34 6-7 0-28

1964 (4-5) Art Raimo Western Maryland W at Muhlenberg L Moravian L

24-14 6-7 0-21

1970 (5-4) Bill manlove at Nichols W Western Maryland W

24-7 14-3

at Upsala L Moravian W at Haverford W at Drexel L Muhlenberg L Swarthmore W Lebanon Val. (Atl. City, NJ) L

7-32 41-12 52-6 0-6 6-14 40-18 13-16

1971 (7-3) Bill manlove St. John’s-NY W Fordham W at Western Maryland L Upsala W at Moravian L Haverford W Drexel W at Muhlenberg L at Swarthmore W Lebanon Valley W

26-9 21-14 7-38 21-0 14-24 36-0 40-19 7-13 21-8 24-16

WIDENER COLLEGE 1972 (8-1) Bill manlove at Lebanon Valley W 19-0 St. John’s-NY W 55-14 Western Maryland W 35-6 at Fordham W 21-7 Moravian W 28-14 at Franklin & Marshall L 21-24 Ursinus W 32-6 Muhlenberg W 48-2 Swarthmore W 28-8 1973 (8-1) Bill manlove at Western Maryland W Dickinson W at Moravian W Franklin & Marshall W at Ursinus W at Muhlenberg L at Swarthmore W Lebanon Valley W Fordham (Atl. City, NJ) W

27-0 33-8 34-0 21-20 54-0 19-21 61-13 40-8 49-20

1974 (8-1) Bill manlove at Lebanon Valley W at Fordham W Western Maryland W at Dickinson W Moravian W at Franklin & Marshall L Ursinus W Muhlenberg W Swarthmore W

41-22 30-6 28-0 46-28 14-7 22-26 28-7 22-9 39-6

1975 (10-1) MAC Champions Bill manlove Lebanon Valley W Fordham W at Western Maryland W Dickinson W at Moravian W Franklin & Marshall W at Ursinus W at Muhlenberg W at Swarthmore W Albright # W

28-7 9-7 42-14 28-6 21-13 33-21 40-0 24-0 54-6 14-6

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at Ithaca # L

14-23

1976 (8-1) Bill manlove at Lebanon Valley W at Fordham W New York Tech W at Dickinson L Moravian W at Franklin & Marshall W Ursinus W Muhlenberg W Swarthmore W

16-6 51-28 30-0 6-17 26-9 27-18 42-0 21-6 42-14

1977 (11-1) NCAA III Champions MAC Champions Bill manlove Lebanon Valley W 28-0 Fordham L 14-19 at Moravian W 13-9 at New York Tech W 35-6 Johns Hopkins W 17-6 Franklin & Marshall W 42-12 at Ursinus W 56-6 at Delaware Valley W 50-27 at Swarthmore W 32-3 at Central # W 19-0 Albany # W 33-15 Wabash (Phenix City, AL) # W 39-36 1978 (8-1) MAC Champions Bill manlove Fordham (E. Rutherford, NJ) W at Ursinus W Moravian L at Albright W at Johns Hopkins W Franklin & Marshall W at Gettysburg W Delaware Valley W Swarthmore W

16-7 35-7 0-7 13-7 35-9 7-3 46-3 21-18 30-8

WIDENER UNIVERSITY 1979 (10-1) MAC Champions Bill manlove Johns Hopkins W 30-0 Ursinus W 35-7 at Moravian W 17-10 Albright W 35-14 at Western Maryland W 14-6 at Franklin & Marshall W 21-7 Gettysburg W 57-29 at Lebanon Valley W 44-0 at Swarthmore W 35-17 Baldwin-Wallace # W 29-8 at Wittenberg # L 14-17 1980 (11-1) MAC Champions Bill manlove at Delaware Valley W at Johns Hopkins W at Ursinus W Moravian W at Albright W Western Maryland W Franklin & Marshall W at Gettysburg W

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23-7 48-7 49-8 49-0 54-0 49-7 35-0 51-35

Lebanon Valley W Swarthmore W at Bethany # W Dayton # L

42-15 33-8 43-12 24-28

1981 (13-0) NCAA III Champions MAC Champions Bill manlove Delaware Valley W 21-6 at Juniata W 37-13 Johns Hopkins W 26-13 at Muhlenberg W 17-3 Gettysburg W 38-19 Dickinson W 31-0 at Moravian W 23-0 at Franklin & Marshall W 17-7 Ursinus W 43-14 at Swarthmore W 16-6 at West Georgia # W 10-3 Montclair State # W 23-12 Dayton (Phenix City, AL) # W 17-10 1982 (9-2) MAC Champions Bill manlove at Delaware Valley W Juniata W at Johns Hopkins W Muhlenberg W at Gettysburg L at Dickinson W Moravian W Franklin & Marshall W at Ursinus W Swarthmore W at West Georgia # (3ot) L

10-7 10-0 23-6 31-12 10-17 42-6 56-21 16-7 21-3 24-7 24-31

1983 (7-3) Bill manlove at Moravian W Bowie State W at Juniata W Lycoming L at Susquehanna L Delaware Valley W at Upsala W Wilkes W Albright W at Salisbury State L

7-0 39-12 38-7 0-37 14-17 35-13 29-14 41-7 14-7 7-23

1984 (8-3) MAC Champions Bill manlove Moravian W Mercyhurst L Juniata W at Lycoming L Susquehanna W at Delaware Valley W Upsala W at Wilkes W at Albright W Salisbury State W Kings Point $ L 1985 (7-3) Bill manlove Norwich W at Moravian W at Lebanon Valley W

30-21 7-17 45-22 20-22 27-12 36-3 46-22 28-6 38-14 24-16 6-38

10-0 27-6 45-7

at Juniata L Lycoming L at Susquehanna W Delaware Valley W at Upsala L Wilkes W Albright W 1986 (7-4) Bill manlove at Norwich W Moravian W Lebanon Valley W Juniata L at Lycoming W Susquehanna L at Delaware Valley W Upsala W at Wilkes L at Albright W at Villanova L

15-17 10-18 38-21 25-13 7-9 14-7 36-10

10-6 3-0 31-0 9-24 14-13 13-28 17-0 42-8 15-24 13-10 9-28

1987 (8-2) MAC Champions Bill manlove Swarthmore W at Lebanon Valley W at Moravian L Juniata W at Lycoming W Albright W Susquehanna W at Wilkes L at Upsala W Delaware Valley W

35-0 24-7 19-24 27-16 24-17 19-0 29-18 16-24 47-7 36-12

1988 (9-2) MAC Champions Bill manlove Swarthmore W Lebanon Valley W Moravian L at Juniata W Lycoming W at Albright W at Susquehanna W Wilkes W Upsala W at Delaware Valley W at Moravian # L

36-3 21-7 12-19 29-19 17-5 38-3 16-10 61-0 46-8 23-12 7-17

1989 (8-2) Bill manlove Gettysburg W at Lebanon Valley W at Moravian L Juniata W at Lycoming L Albright W Susquehanna W at Wilkes W Wesley W Delaware Valley W

38-14 22-10 9-14 27-10 0-21 40-0 10-9 27-0 42-14 24-20

1990 (7-2-1) Bill manlove at Gettysburg T Lebanon Valley W Moravian W at Juniata L Lycoming L

14-14 9-6 33-3 0-21 14-16

at Albright at Susquehanna Wilkes Wesley at Delaware Valley

W W W W W

18-14 28-0 25-7 19-9 19-14

1991 (3-7) Bill manlove Gettysburg W at Washington & Jefferson L at Moravian L Juniata L at Lycoming L Albright W Susquehanna L at Wilkes W Lebanon Valley L at Delaware Valley L

27-6 0-7 13-17 0-13 0-31 26-25 10-34 14-3 24-28 8-21

1992 (3-6-1) BILL CUBIT at Gettysburg L Washington & Jefferson L Moravian W at Juniata L Lycoming L at Albright W at Susquehanna L Wilkes T at Lebanon Valley L Delaware Valley W

6-40 0-35 16-7 7-13 16-28 35-33 21-35 14-14 3-30 31-16

1993 (6-4) BILL CUBIT Upsala W at King’s W at Moravian L Juniata W Delaware Valley W at Albright W Wilkes L at Susquehanna L at FDU-Madison L Lebanon Valley W

27-24 24-15 16-37 40-12 31-9 33-13 15-36 10-12 3-35 28-26

1994 (10-2) MAC Champions BILL CUBIT at Kean * L King’s W Moravian W at Juniata W at Delaware Valley W Albright W at Wilkes W Susquehanna W FDU-Madison W at Lebanon Valley W at Dickinson # W at Washington & Jefferson # L

14-15 36-13 39-16 33-7 49-7 46-20 35-21 28-7 34-17 24-13 14-0 21-35

1995 (8-3) MAC Champions BILL CUBIT Wilkes W at FDU-Madison L at Lebanon Valley W Juniata W Moravian W at Albright W at Lycoming L

42-35 36-38 66-8 56-21 31-10 31-17 15-16

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS King’s W Delaware Valley W at Susquehanna W at Lycoming # L

50-14 49-14 28-26 27-31

1996 (7-3) BILL CUBIT at Wilkes L FDU-Madison W Lebanon Valley W at Juniata W at Moravian W Albright L Lycoming L at King’s W at Delaware Valley W Susquehanna W

21-47 23-7 41-14 35-28 48-28 16-19 31-37 22-21 49-21 31-28

1997 (7-3) Bill Zwaan Wilkes W at FDU-Madison W at Lebanon Valley W Juniata W Moravian (ot) L at Albright L at Lycoming L King’s W Delaware Valley W at Susquehanna (2ot) W

20-14 27-14 28-6 56-20 24-27 21-28 17-19 30-24 34-7 35-28

1998 (8-3) Bill Zwaan at Wilkes W FDU-Madison W Lebanon Valley W at Juniata W at Moravian W Albright W Lycoming L at King’s W at Delaware Valley W Susquehanna L Montclair State $ L

20-13 30-8 43-0 47-7 45-13 33-0 13-15 41-20 38-19 24-28 7-15

1999 (6-4) BILL ZWAAN at FDU-Madison W at Lycoming L Delaware Valley W Moravian W at Albright W at Susquehanna L King’s W at Western Maryland L at Lebanon Valley W Juniata L

25-23 0-30 40-27 40-14 35-27 7-28 45-14 20-57 32-0 45-59

2000 (12-2) MAC Champions Bill Zwaan FDU-Madison W Lycoming (2ot) W at Delaware Valley W at Moravian W Albright W Susquehanna W at King’s W Western Maryland L Lebanon Valley W at Juniata W

20-19 50-49 52-7 46-20 27-14 42-21 32-20 21-35 46-14 37-22

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at Union # W Hobart # W at Springfield # W at Mount Union # L 2001 (12-1) MAC Champions BILL ZWAAN Wilkes W at Lebanon Valley W Moravian W at Lycoming W at Susquehanna W King’s W Delaware Valley W at FDU-Madison W Juniata W at Albright W Christopher Newport # W Washington & Jefferson # W at Bridgewater (VA) # L 2002 (9-1) MAC Champions BILL ZWAAN at Wilkes W Lebanon Valley W at Moravian (ot) W Lycoming (ot) W Susquehanna W at King’s L at Delaware Valley W FDU-Florham W at Juniata W Albright W

33-26 40-14 61-27 30-70

52-13 48-20 44-26 35-0 25-13 48-14 48-27 42-7 69-26 47-33 56-7 46-30 32-57

29-17 49-21 27-20 20-14 52-35 6-24 44-14 53-7 68-33 13-12

2003 (5-5) DAVID WOOD Susquehanna L at Lebanon Valley W King’s W at Wilkes L Albright L at Frostburg State (ot) W FDU-Florham W at Moravian W at Lycoming L Delaware Valley (ot) L

7-26 74-17 27-24 14-16 29-30 26-19 41-7 22-12 22-45 55-56

2004 (6-4) DAVID WOOD at Susquehanna L Lebanon Valley L at King’s W Wilkes L at Albright W Frostburg State W at FDU-Florham W Moravian W Lycoming W at Delaware Valley L

13-35 0-3 34-31 13-18 52-35 54-19 24-10 35-31 7-0 20-27

2005 (8-3) ECAC SOUTH ATLANTIC CHAMPS DAVID WOOD at Wilkes L 0-13 Lycoming W 15-7 at Lebanon Valley W 41-38 Moravian W 34-24 at Albright W 33-19 Susquehanna W 42-7

at King’s L Juniata W at Salisbury W at Delaware Valley L Montclair State $ W

24-31 52-7 31-28 21-36 27-18

2006 (7-4) ECAC SOUTHWEST CHAMPS DAVID WOOD Wilkes L 20-23 at Lycoming L 12-15 Lebanon Valley W 31-14 at Moravian W 20-16 Albright W 33-12 at Susquehanna W 31-14 King’s W 25-20 at Juniata W 35-13 Salisbury L 14-17 Delaware Valley L 0-16 at Ursinus $ W 14-7 2007 (8-3) MAC CHAMPIONS DAVID WOOD at NC Wesleyan W Wesley L at Rowan L at Lycoming W King’s W Lebanon Valley W at FDU-Florham W Delaware Valley W Albright W at Wilkes W at Case Western Reserve # L

27-17 17-31 0-41 16-14 21-17 20-13 23-3 13-10 28-24 20-17 20-21

2008 (4-6) DAVID WOOD NC Wesleyan W at Wesley L at Frostburg St. W Lycoming L

7-6 9-41 30-24 17-21

at King’s W at Lebanon Valley (ot) L FDU-Florham W at Delaware Valley L at Albright L Wilkes L

17-3 13-20 27-7 28-34 10-21 27-30

2009 (3-7) DAVID WOOD at Curry W at Ithaca L Frostburg St. W at FDU-Florham W King’s L Lycoming L at Albright L Lebanon Valley L at Wilkes L Delaware Valley L

22-17 17-41 35-16 41-14 24-35 16-28 17-31 0-24 24-29 16-28

SNA Score Not Available NR School Not Recognized * Forfeit ^ Unfinished game % Unconfirmed score $ ECAC Bowl # NCAA Tournament game & Delaware left leading    17-0. PMC wins forfeit.

All-Time Coaching Records

Name at Widener Yrs. Unknown Coach ^ 21 Harry Mackey 1894 1 Frank Delabarre 1897 1 Bush 1898 1 Nathan Stauffer 1900-01 2 Edwin Stearns 1902-05 4 Joe Messick 1906-07 2 Jack Hollenback 1911 1 Bill Hollenback 1912; 15 2 Dutch Sommer 1913 1 Danny Hutchinson 1914 1 Si Pauxtis 1916-29; 39-46 * 20 Jud Timm 1930-38 9 Woody Ludwig 1947-52 6 George Hansell 1953-61 9 Rock Royer 1962-63 2 Art Raimo 1964-66 3 Ed Lawless 1967-68 2 Bill Manlove 1969-91 23 Bill Cubit 1992-96 5 Bill Zwaan 1997-2002 6 David Wood 2003-09 7 Totals (1,070 games) 129

W 46 3 3 5 10 27 2 3 9 5 0 82 36 24 50 8 8 5 182 34 54 41 637

L 30 2 2 2 8 8 12 2 4 0 6 74 37 24 23 11 19 13 53 18 14 32 395

T 5 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 2 2 1 8 10 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 38

Pct. .599 .600 .583 .714 .555 .757 .142 .583 .667 .857 .071 .524 .494 .500 .685 .421 .296 .277 .773 .651 .794 .562 .613

^ no known coach 1879-93; 1895-96; 1899; 1908-10 * 1943 and 1944 seasons were canceled due to World War II

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LESLIE C. QUICK JR. STADIUM The capstone of the Widener athletic facilities is Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium, which was unveiled for the 1994 football season. Located in the wooded hollow that has grown from a 19th century quarry, the stadium is adjacent to the Schwartz Athletic Center complex. Dedicated on October 15, 1994, the stadium is named for alum and former University Chairman of the Board Leslie C. Quick Jr., ‘50. During his undergraduate years, Mr. Quick served as manager of the football and basketball teams for three years under Woody Ludwig. Quick Stadium towers over a new turf field (installed in 2005) designed with the flexibility in size to accommodate football, soccer, men’s lacrosse and track & field. Encircling the turf is an eight-lane, synthetic-surfaced, championship track, known as the George A. Hansell Jr. Track. The track, dedicated in 1984, is named for the former athletic director and coach. The mezzanine sports a Wall of Recognition, which features the dedication plaque and the names of over 400 alumni, faculty and friends so recognized for contributions to the stadium construction fundraising campaign. Of historical significance, the Wall of Recognition features three medallions removed from Memorial Stadium reading: “Pennsylvania Military College, 1926,” “Sound Mind in Sound Body” and “Dedicated to Youth.” Memorial Stadium, located behind Old Main, was the site of the University’s home football games for nearly 70 years. Widener fans, coaches and studentathletes share an enormous sense of pride in Quick Stadium, which provides one of the finest NCAA Division III facilities for players, press and spectators in the United States.

Year-by-Year at Quick 1994.... 5-0 1995.... 5-0 1996.... 3-2 1997.... 4-1 1998.... 3-3 1999.... 3-1

2000.... 6-1 2001.... 7-0 2002.... 5-0 2003.... 2-3 2004.... 3-2 2005.... 5-0

2006.... 3-3 2007.... 4-1 2008.... 2-2 2009.... 1-4

Stadium Facts Capacity: 4,000 First Game: September 17, 1994 Widener 36, King’s 13 Stadium Dedication: October 15, 1994 Widener 46, Albright 20 Widener’s All-Time Stadium Record: 61-23 (.726 winning pct. - 84 games) Undefeated Years at Stadium: (6) 1994, 1995, 2001, 2002, 2005 Longest Unbeaten Streak: 14 games (2000-2003) First NCAA Game: November 25, 2000 Widener 40, Hobart 14

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Above: circa 2008 Right: circa 1985

records Rushing Individual Team Attempts 36 Leon Payne, Widener, 10/17/98 60 King’s, 11/1/97 Yards 232 Leon Payne, Widener, 10/17/98 356 Widener, 11/24/01 Touchdowns 3 George Jones, Widener, 9/17/94 6 Widener, 10/15/94; 3 Leon Payne, Widener, 9/26/98 9/30/95; 3 Michael Gandy, Widener, 10/12/02 11/03/01 3 Taylor Ramos, Del. Val., 11/15/03 Passing Completions 35 Bryan Snyder, Albright, 10/15/94 35 Albright, 10/15/94 Attempts 66 Bryan Snyder, Albright, 10/19/96 66 Albright, 10/19/96 Yards 589 Joe Montrella, Juniata, 11/13/99 589 Juniata, 11/13/99 Touchdowns 6 Joe Montrella, Juniata, 11/13/99 6 Juniata, 11/13/99 6 Mike Warker, Widener, 9/22/01 6 Widener, 9/22/01 Receiving Receptions 17 Ryan Ditze, Albright, 10/15/94 35 Albright, 10/15/94 Yards 397 Matt Eisenberg, Juniata, 11/13/99 589 Juniata, 11/13/99 Touchdowns 5 Matt Eisenberg, Juniata, 11/13/99 6 Juniata, 11/13/99 5 Mark Bartosic, Susquehanna, 10/12/02 Kicking Field Goals 3 Bill Miller, Delaware Valley, 11/11/06 3 Delaware Valley, 11/11/06 Extra Points 8 Brian Grubb, Widener, 11/17/01 8 Widener, 11/17/01 Largest Victory 49 Widener vs. Christopher Newport (56-7), 11/17/01

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ADMINISTRATION

Jack Shafer • Director of Athletics Jack Shafer is in his fifth season as Widener’s director of athletics after serving the previous six as its assistant director. Shafer primarily is responsible for overseeing the school’s 20 sports and the overall growth of the department. As the director of athletics, Shafer has helped oversee upgrades to the Schwartz Center gym, pool and field house, an upgrade of various needs within the department and a greater community outreach among studentathletes. As assistant director of athletics, Shafer was responsible for overseeing all indoor sports, event management and facilities. He played a huge role in fundraising activities, including the school’s annual golf outing, and managing student involvement with the Special Olympics and Big Brothers-Big Sisters program. He stepped down in 2008 after five years as men’s soccer coach. The Pride in 2006 finished second in the Commonwealth Conference and notched their first home league tournament game in school history. For his effort, Shafer was named conference Coach of the Year.

Larissa Gillespie

Asst. Athletic Dir. Larissa Gillespie is in her seventh year as Widener’s assistant athletic director and senior woman administrator. In addition to her administrative duties at her alma mater, Gillespie is in her 11th year as the field hockey coach. She also coached the women’s lacrosse team from 2004-06. Gillespie owns a 103-71 record as field hockey coach, which in 2006 included a run to the ECAC Mid-Atlantic Tournament for the program’s first postseason appearance. Widener that year broke the school record for most victories (13-6) and notched double figures in wins for a school-best fourth straight season. One of Gillespie’s career highlights occurred September 21, 2006, when Widener upended Neumann for her 64th victory to make her the program’s winningest coach. During her time as field hockey coach, 11 players have been named first team All-Commonwealth Conference and 18 have been tabbed second team. A standout player on Widener’s field hockey team as an undergraduate, Gillespie was second on the team in scoring during the 1996 and 1997 seasons. She closed her career with a then-school-record 16 goals along with seven assists for 39 points, which ranks fourth in school history. She also was a two-time honoree on the Middle Atlantic Conference Academic Honor Roll. Gillespie received a B.S. in Sport Management from Widener in 1998 and an MBA in 2000.

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He took over the men’s team after guiding the women’s squad for four years (2000-03). He helped Widener to a then-school-record 34 victories in that time, including a run to the ECAC Mid-Atlantic Region final in 2002. In his first season with the men’s squad in 2004, Shafer led Widener to the conference tournament for the first time in school history. Shafer arrived in Chester following a four-year tenure (1996-99) as the men’s and women’s soccer coach at Lycoming, posting a 71-64-8 combined record. He was tabbed Freedom Conference Coach of the Year in 1999 by leading the men’s team to the MAC final and earned the same honor with the women in 1997 one year after starting the program. The stint with Lycoming followed a two-year run as assistant men’s soccer coach at his alma mater, Bethany College. He helped guide the team to the 1994 Division III national championship and the ECAC South title the following year. Shafer graduated Bethany in 1992 with a B.A. in English, helping lead the squad to the NCAA Tournament all four years. He earned his MA from Washington (MD) College in English after serving as the school’s graduate assistant coach for two seasons.

Chris Carideo

Asst. Athletic Dir. Chris Carideo is in his fifth year as Widener’s assistant athletic director. Carideo also serves as the Pride’s men’s basketball coach, helping it to three Commonwealth Conference titles. Widener in 2007-08 and 2008-09 posted a 23-6 record and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament three straight seasons. Carideo entered after five successful seasons as head coach of the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY. Second on the Academy’s wins list with an 86-51 mark, Carideo helped guide the Mariners to NCAA Tournament appearances in 2002 and 2003, including a trip to the second round in 2003. He began coaching after one of the most storied athletic careers in school annals from 1991-95, capped with an All-America campaign his senior season. He became the eighth player in the program’s history so honored after being named first team All-MAC all four seasons. He graduated after hitting 402 three-pointers, then an NCAA Division III record and now third best, and still holds the nation’s top mark by hitting a 3-pointer in 75 straight games. Carideo is second in school history with 2,067 points, fourth with 699 baskets and owns the top four single-season marks in 3-pointers made and attempted. His All-America campaign witnessed him score 616 points for the second best mark in school history and net 113 three-pointers (first). This helped Widener advance to the NCAA Tournament. Carideo graduated in 1996 with a B.A. in Psychology and Secondary Education.

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ATHLETIC TRAINING / EQUIPMENT The athletic training staff is located in the Wellness Center, which opened in the spring of 2006. The staff is responsible for the conditioning and rehabilitation of over 500 Widener University’s student-athletes representing 20 sports. The staff consists of two full-time athletic trainers as well as several graduate and athletic training student interns. The athletic trainers have at their disposal a bevy of equipment ranging from separate MD exam rooms, two walk-in whirlpools with one cold plunge and one warm, up-to-date electromodalities and rehabilitation equipment. The department is headed by A.J. Duffy, in his 21st year in this capacity at Widener and 29th in collegiate athletics. Duffy is primarily responsible for the football and men’s lacrosse teams as well as overseeing the entire athletic training staff. He also teaches athletic training classes at Widener and Temple University. He has been very active in the profession, serving various elected offices since 1993. Among those areas include President of the Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Society. Duffy also has given talks on both the regional and national level. Duffy has been cited as the 2002 Interboro Education Association Volunteer of the Year, the 2002 NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer, the 2003 EATA Cramer Award winner, the 2005 Philadelphia Sports Medicine Congress Ted Quedenfeld Award recipient and the 2007 Donald Grover Award by the ECAC. Prior to arriving at Widener, Duffy was an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Michigan from 1984-90 and an assistant at Temple University from 1981-83. He earned his BS from the University of Michigan in 1980, his MS from the University of Arizona in 1981 and his Physical Therapy Certificate from Drexel University (Hahnemann) in 1984. Duffy and his wife, Monica, a Widener graduate in Nursing, reside in Norwood, PA with their sons, Joseph, 20, and Connor, 19. Bridget Wiseley is in her third year as Widener’s assistant athletic trainer. Wiseley is no stranger to Widener, having served as a student assistant in the fall of 2006. She also was a student assistant at Temple University, Philadelphia University and Cheltenham High School. Wiseley graduated Temple in 2007 with a BS in Kinesiology. She received her Master’s in both Athletic Training and Sport Management in the summer of 2008 from East Stroudsburg University. The equipment staff is located primarily on the lower level of Schwartz Athletic Center. The football and men’s lacrosse teams have their equipment room located at Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium. The staff is comprised of two full-time managers as well as a plethora of student workers. The staff has played a major role in providing upgraded locker rooms at both Schwartz Center and Quick Stadium as well as maintaining the equipment rooms to meet the needs of Widener’s student-athletes. Keith Moodie is the primary equipment manager for football. In his third year, Moodie arrived after working for the University of Delaware from 2004-08, helping set up and break down for sporting events at the Bob Carpenter Center. He also served as an usher, security person and building supervisor for events. Moodie also worked in the equipment office at Wesleyan University for one year and as an undergraduate at Springfield College from 1995-97. Carol Farnan is in her 27th year in Widener’s Athletics Department. She serves as the football team’s administrative assistant.

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A.J. Duffy III Athletic Trainer 610-499-4445

Carol Farnan Football Admin. Asst.

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FACILITIES Widener University’s standout facilities and the school’s commitment to moving forward are not limited to Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium (page 45), the athletic training room (page 47) or the equipment rooms (page 47). Schwartz Athletic Center is home to our men’s and women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s swimming, and men’s and women’s indoor track teams. It also houses Widener’s athletic administration and coaching staff in a third-floor suite. Schwartz Center offers members of the Widener community access to a gymnasium, weight room, multi-purpose field house with a new resurfaced floor and a championship size eight-lane swimming pool. The center is open from Noon-8:00 pm Monday through Friday and from Noon-5:00 pm on weekends. The facility is closed Saturdays of home football games and the Borislow Weight Room and swimming pool are subject to proper staffing. The Wellness Center, opened in April 2006, resonates with Widener’s school spirit and pride, providing an inviting and motivating atmosphere that promotes better health. The stateof-the-art 20,000 square-foot facility is located adjacent to Schwartz Center. The center also houses our athletic trainers and provides student-athletes the opportunity to rehabilitate and condition in one of the area’s finest collegiate facilities. The baseball team plays its home games at a on-campus field that opened in 2006 adjacent to Schwartz Center. The facility sports dugouts, bleachers, scoreboard, press box, three batting cages, four pitchers mounds and the same grass used by the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. The field is one of the finest college baseball facilities in the Philadelphia area. The softball team plays its home games on a beautiful field which opened in 2006 just off Bullens Lane. The facility features dugouts, a scoreboard and ample seating area for spectators. Edith R. Dixon Field is home to our field hockey and women’s lacrosse squads. Equipped with artificial turf, lights and a scoreboard, the field is easily accessible for fans and students. Opened in 2005, the field also is home for our intramural teams.

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