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QUICK FACTS Location ...................................................................................................................... Dover, Del. 19901 Founded .............................................................................................................................................. 1891 Enrollment.......................................................................................................................................... 4,000 Affiliation................................................ NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision Conference ...................................................................Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Nickname....................................................................................................................................... Hornets Colors .................................................................................... Columbia Blue (299) and Red (485) Home Field .................................................................... Alumni Stadium (7,000/Artificial A-Turf ) President .................................................................................................................Dr. Harry L. Williams Athletics Director...............................................................................................................Candy Young Faculty Representative ....................................................................................................Dr. Jan Blade FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach: Kermit Blount Alma Mater: Winston-Salem State ‘80 Record at DSU: 3-8 | Second Season Career Record: 94-95-3 | 18th Season Assistant Coaches: Michael Ketchum | Defensive Coord./Linebackers Arrington Jones III | Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks Jeff Braxton | Defensive Line/Recruiting Nick Calcutta | Offensive Line/Tight Ends Bryant Foster | Cornerbacks Curtis Thomas | Wide Receivers/Special Teams Tory Woodbury | Running Backs Carlos Woods | Safeties Equipment Manager: Mark Springs Administrative Assistant: Edna Piper Director of Sports Medicine: Lori Leary Assistant AD for Media Relations: Dennis Jones TEAM HISTORY First Year of Football: 1924 All-Time Record: 338-380-11 All-Time MEAC Record: 119-141-1 MEAC Titles: Six | ‘85, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘91, ‘07 All-Time Playoff Record: 0-1 | 1997 TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Overall Record: 3-8 2010 Conference Record/Finish: 1-7/Ninth 2010 Postseason: N/A Letterwinners Ret. (O/D/S): 35 (17/16/2) Letterwinners Lost (O/D/S): 25 (10/15/0) Starters Returning (O/D/S): 14 (7/5/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 10 (4/6/0) 2012 CREDITS The 2012 Delaware State University Football Media Guide was designed and edited by Maggie Hayon, Sports Information Director. Written content and editorial assistance was provided by Dennis Jones, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. The DSU Athletics Media Relations Office would like to thank the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, opposing teams sports Information offices and the Kent County (Del.) Tourism Office for providing information. Photography credits: Rodney Adams (All-Pro Photography), Mike Baker (C.M. Baker Photography), Carlos Holmes (DSU Director of News Services), Megan Raymond, Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, Di Zhu. Special thanks to the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins and San Francisco 49ers. DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS Mailing Address Phone: (302) 857-6068; 857-6239 1200 N. DuPont Hwy. Fax: (302) 857-6069 Dover, DE 19901-2277 Web: www.DSUHornets.com

TOP RETURNERS Rushing Josh Bailey (Sr.) 52 att./192 yds/3.7 ypc/1 TD Travis Tarpley (r-Sr.) 27 att./116 yds./4.3 ypc/1 TD Passing Nick Elko (r-Sr.) 207-for-362 (.572)/2064 yds/15 TD/16 INT Receiving Travis Tarpley (r-Sr.) 66 rec./736 yds/4 TD Defense Ernest Adjei (Sr. LB) 59 TT/7TFL/1 sack/1 forced fum Joe Boyd (So. DB) 53 TT/1 TFL/3 pass br up Rodney Gunter (So. DE) 39 TT/4.5 TFL/1 sack 2011 RESULTS Sept. 3 at VMI W, 24-21 Sept. 10 SHAW W, 31-27 Sept. 17 at Delaware L, 0-45 Sept. 24 at South Carolina State* L, 0-69 Oct. 1 at Florida A&M* L, 7-34 Oct. 8 NORFOLK STATE* L, 21-38 Oct . 15 at North Carolina A&T* L, 24-42 Oct. 29 MORGAN STATE* L, 0-12 Nov. 5 N.C. CENTRAL* L, 7-14 Nov. 12 at Hampton* L, 6-42 Nov. 19 HOWARD* W, 39-36

6,209 1,600 18,011 15,227 14,008 3,198 19,454 2,352 1,795 2,217 1,405

2012 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 VMI Dover, Del. 2 p.m. Sept. 18 at Delaware Newark, Del. 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio 7 p.m. Sept. 24 Florida A&M* Dover, Del. 6 p.m. Oct. 6 at Norfolk State* Norfolk, Va. 1 p.m. Oct. 13 South Carolina State* Dover, Del. 1:30 p.m. Oct. 20 N.C. A&T* (HC) Dover, Del. 1:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at Morgan State* Baltimore, Md. 1 p.m. Nov. 3 at N.C. Central* Durham, N.C. 2 p.m. Nov. 10 Hampton* Dover, Del. 1 p.m. Nov. 17 at Howard* Washington, D.C. 1 p.m.

MEDIA INFORMATION Media Guidelines...........................................................................................................................2 Media Staff.......................................................................................................................................2 Media Outlets.................................................................................................................................3 Directions to DSU..........................................................................................................................4 2012 HORNETS Season Preview .......................................................................................................................6-8 Preseason Depth Chart...............................................................................................................9 Roster........................................................................................................................................10-11 Roster by Class/State.................................................................................................................12 Pronunciation Guide.................................................................................................................12 Player Profiles ..................................................................................................................13-51 Ernest Adjei..........................................................................................................14 Josh Alexander....................................................................................................15 Olusegun Ayanbiola..........................................................................................16 Josh Bailey............................................................................................................17 George Bansah....................................................................................................18 Jahmel Bashir.......................................................................................................19 Joe Boyd................................................................................................................20 Justin Brewton.....................................................................................................21 Bo Ceravolo..........................................................................................................22 Jermond Colston................................................................................................23 Brandon Cunningham......................................................................................24 Jamal Douglass...................................................................................................25 Nick Elko..........................................................................................................26-27 Quintin Fortes......................................................................................................28 Anthony Frye.......................................................................................................29 Jadira Green.........................................................................................................30 Rodney Gunter....................................................................................................31 Herman Hinton...................................................................................................32 Marco Kano..........................................................................................................33 Ryan Langdon.....................................................................................................34 Byron Lewis..........................................................................................................35 Tyler Loomis.........................................................................................................36 Davon Moore.......................................................................................................37 Nail Muradymov.................................................................................................38 Aaron Richardson...............................................................................................39 Marquis Spann....................................................................................................40 Matt Spicer............................................................................................................41 Travis Tarpley..................................................................................................42-43 Thomas Threadgill.............................................................................................44 Mitchell Ward.......................................................................................................45 Elbie Williams.......................................................................................................46 Malcolm Williams...............................................................................................47 Milton Williams....................................................................................................48 Nick Williams........................................................................................................49 Justin Wilson..................................................................................................50-51 2012 Signees................................................................................................................................52 Coaches/Staff.........................................................................................................................53-65 Head Coach Kermit Blount.......................................................................54-56 Arrington Jones..................................................................................................57 Michael Ketchum...............................................................................................58 Curtis Thomas......................................................................................................59 Jeff Braxton...........................................................................................................60 Nick Calcutta........................................................................................................61 Bryant Foster........................................................................................................62 Tory Woodbury...................................................................................................63 Carlos Woods.......................................................................................................64 Lonnie Teasley.....................................................................................................65 2012 OPPONENTS VMI, Delaware, Cincinnati........................................................................................................68 FAMU, Norfolk State, SCSU......................................................................................................69 N.C.A&T, Morgan State, NCCU................................................................................................70 Hampton, Howard.....................................................................................................................71 MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE The MEAC................................................................................................................................72-73 2012 Composite Schedule/Final 2011 Standings...........................................................74 2011 All-MEAC Honors.............................................................................................................75 All-Time Football Champions & All-Sports Awards........................................................75 2011 SEASON REVIEW Game Recaps ..................................................................................................................78-88 Statistics................................................................................................................................ 89-102 HORNET HISTORY & RECORDS Rushing Records .............................................................................................................104-106 Receiving Records...........................................................................................................107-108 Passing Records .............................................................................................................109-110 Total Offense Records.............................................................................................................111 Scoring and Kicking Records.......................................................................................112-113 Punting Records ......................................................................................................................114 Return Records .............................................................................................................115-116 Defensive Records...........................................................................................................117-118 Team Records .............................................................................................................119-120 Coaching Records....................................................................................................................121 Homecoming Records............................................................................................................122 All-Time Results .............................................................................................................123-128 All-Time Series .............................................................................................................129-134 All-Time Record ......................................................................................................................135 Annual Team Records.............................................................................................................136 Year-by-Year Stats............................................................................................................137-138 The Last Time ......................................................................................................................139 All-Time Conference Standings..................................................................................140-141 All-Conference Selections.....................................................................................................142 All-Time Roster .............................................................................................................143-146 Hall of Fame ......................................................................................................................146 All-Americans .............................................................................................................147-148 Hornets in the Pros.........................................................................................................149-150 DELAWARE STATE ATHLETICS Athletics Director Candy Young..........................................................................................152 Athletic Administration..........................................................................................................153 Staff Directory ......................................................................................................................154 Academic Services...................................................................................................................155 Compliance ......................................................................................................................156 Sports Medicine ......................................................................................................................157 Strength & Conditioning.......................................................................................................158 Alumni Stadium/Facilities.....................................................................................................159 Approaching Storm Band......................................................................................................160 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY President Dr. Harry L. Williams.............................................................................................162 About DSU.........................................................................................................................163-165 DOVER, DELAWARE About the City .............................................................................................................166-167

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MEDIA INFORMATION The 2012 Delaware State University Football Guide is designed to assist members of the media in its coverage of Hornets Football. The DSU Athletics Media Relations office maintains information on all current student-athletes, as well as historical information on previous athletes and the program in general. Any additional information, including interview requests, releases and photographs may be obtained by contacting the DSU Athletic Media Relations Office. Please take a moment to review the following policies and services that are intended to assist you in your coverage of Hornets Football this season. MEDIA CREDENTIALS All requests for press, broadcast and photo credentials for DSU home football games should be directed to Dennis Jones at least one week prior to the game. Working press box space is allocated on the following basis: | Daily newspaper and wire-service writers covering for same/next-day publications | Radio and television personnel for broadcast origination | Newspaper and television photographers Limited space is available for weekly representatives, nationally accredited internet news services and non-originating radio representatives on a game-by game basis. PHOTO AND FILM GUIDELINES NCAA rules limit shooting to outside the restraining line enclosing the playing field and between the 35-yard lines. No media personnel or their equipment shall be in the team area or coaching box. Each photographer is required to display their credential visibly on the sidelines. MEDIA PARKING Media parking for all home football games is located in Lot 1 on the DSU campus. Media requesting season parking should contact the DSU Athletic Media Relations Office. Please note: parking is limited and is on a first-come, first-serve basis. A parking pass does not guarantee a designated spot in Lot 1. On game day, Lot 1 will be accessed via the west-most entrance (Gate 3) on College Road. From Route 13, College Road is just across from the North Dover Shopping Center/Acme Supermarket. Enter campus via the third gate on the right. Immediately turn left and follow the road to Lot 1 on the left. If you are traveling east on College Road (towards DSU), enter campus via the first gate on the left. Immediately turn left and follow road to Lot 1 on the left. WILL CALL Media Will Call is located at the west-most ticket booth at Alumni Stadium. Any parking passes needed day-of-game will be left with a Game Day staff member at the College Road entrance to Lot 1. INTERVIEWS ALL interviews should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance through the DSU Athletic Media Relations Office. The best time to interview head coach Kermit Blount in-season is after practice or during a weekly press availability each Tuesday.

The best time to interview players is following practice and during Tuesday’s press availability. DSU weekday practices usually begin at 3:30 p.m. and end at 6 p.m. Please call at least one day in advance for all phone interviews. The DSU Athletic Media Relations Office will NOT distribute home/cell numbers for players or coaches. All phone interviews should be conducted during those times reserved for general media interview sessions. Calling players at their homes or on their cell phones will NOT be tolerated. There will be no player interviews on Friday or Saturday (prior to a game). THE DSU DORMITORIES, LOCKER ROOM, WEIGHT ROOM AND TRAINING ROOM ARE OFF LIMITS TO THE MEDIA AT ALL TIMES. POST-GAME INTERVIEWS The athletics staff at Delaware State University is aware of the importance of media coverage and respects the role of the media insofar as it interacts with their respective duties. To ensure the most workable situation for members of both entities, the following procedures must be observed. | Delaware State University Football will observe a customary 15-minute cooling off period before beginning post-game interviews | Interviews will be conducted in a predetermined post-game press conference area (DSU Strength and Conditioning Center) | The press conference will begin with the visiting team’s head coach and players followed by Delaware State | Post-game interviews will NOT be held on the field, unless it is necessary in order to meet deadlines Each visiting team will set its own post-game interview policy, which will be announced in the press box during the fourth quarter. Check with the opposing team’s sports information staff if you have further questions.

DSU ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS

Dennis Jones Asst. AD for Media Relations Football Contact Office | (302) 857-6068 Cell | (302) 270-6088 djones@desu.edu

Maggie Hayon Sports Information Director Office | (302) 857-6239 Cell | (920) 912-6635 mhayon@desu.edu

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MEDIA INFORMATION STATISTICS AND SERVICES Complete statistics, play-by-play, post-game quotes, game notes, programs and media guides will be available at all DSU home games. Telephone and fax transmissions will be available after the game. A game recap/story along with statistics will be sent to media outlets and others requested by the visiting sports information director. Stat monitors are available for print and electronic media, giving an up-to-the-minute account throughout the game. WEEKLY PRESS AVAILABILITY A weekly press availability featuring Head Coach Kermit Blount and key players will be held every Tuesday at noon during the season (with the exception of Tuesdays before open dates).

NEWSPAPERS Mike Finney - Wilmington News Journal Dover Bureau P.O. Box 518 116 E. Water St. Dover, DE 19903 P: (302) 734-7945 F: (302) 734-2587 mfinney@delawareonline.com Sports Desk - Wilmington News Journal Wilmington Bureau P.O. Box 155 Wilmington, DE 19850 P: (800) 323-7766 F: (302) 324-2298 scores@delawareonline.com

SCOUTING All requests for scouting must be made through the DSU Athletic Media Relations Office in advance of game day. Press box seating will be arranged upon availability.

Andy Walter - Delaware State News Box 737 Dover, DE 19901 P: (302) 741-8227/8231 F: (302) 741-8227 sports@newszap.com walter@newszap.com

WEEKLY GAME NOTES Game notes will be made available every Monday (with the exception of open dates). They will be accessible via the ‘Media Center’ on DSUHornets.com as well as e-mailed to our media distribution list.

Salisbury Daily Times P.O. Box 1937 Salisbury, MD 21802 P: (410) 749-7171

GAME DAY AUDIO Delaware State University Athletics broadcasts are available this year ONLINE, via various MOBILE DEVICES and ON DEMAND.

Brian Citino - Dover Post P.O. Box 664 Dover, DE 19901 P: (302) 678-3616 F: (302) 678-8291 brian.citino@doverpost.com

Hornet fans can listen to the broadcasts online in HD stereo at www. sfmsports.net or DSUHornets.com. Fans can also follow the action on on their phones (Android, Blackberry, iPhone/iPad and Windows Phone). Get the app @ www.sfmsports.net. SFMSports.net, a sports production and broadcast network specializing in new media technologies, will produce and broadcast all DSU football and men’s basketball games, along with selected women’s basketball contests, using its digital broadcast system this year. The broadcasts will feature a 30-minute pre-game and tail gate show prior to each football broadcast, 30-minute all-access pre-game show before each basketball broadcast and a weekly interactive coaches show through the fall and winter sports seasons. In addition, archives of each game broadcast, coach and player interviews will be offered.

Donald Hunt - Philadelphia Tribune 522 S. 16th St. Philadelphia, PA 19146 P: (215) 893-4081 F: (215) 735-3612 DHunt37261@aol.com Dave Frederick - Cape Gazette P.O. Box 213 Lewes, DE 19957 P: (302) 645-7700 F: (302) 645-1664 Tom O’Toole - USA Today College Editor 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, Va. 22229 P: (703) 854-7629 F: (703) 276-5505 WIRE SERVICES/MEDIA AGENCIES Associated Press Sports Desk 218 N. Charles St. Suite 330 Baltimore, MD 21202 P: (800) 284-3524 F: (410) 837-4291 Craig Haley - Sports Network 700 Mason Mill Business Park Huntingdon Valley, PA 19906 P: (800) 227-7249 F: (800) 227-0803 chaley@sportsnetwork.com ESPN/Sports Ticker Harborside Financial Center 500 Plaza Two Jersey City, NJ 07311-3992 P: (201) 938-4529 F: (800) 336-0383 Stats, Inc. F: (847) 676-0821

Lut Williams - Black College Sports Page 7 Belles Ct. Greensboro, N.C. 27401 P: (336) 370-9752 F: (336) 691-0990 azeezcomm@aol.com RADIO STATIONS Don Voltz - WDEL-AM Radio 2727 Shipley Road Wilmington, DE 19803 P: (302) 478-8898 F: (302) 479-1532 WDOV/WDSD/WRDX 5595 W. Denny’s Rd. Dover, DE 19904 P: (302) 674-4491 F1: (302) 674-5978 F2: (302) 793-4204 Ty Miller - American Urban Radio 960 Renn Ave. Suite 200 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 P: (800) 456-4211 F: (412) 456-4040 tym@sgi.net Heritage Sports Radio Network sportsnews@hsrn.com TELEVISION Scott Abraham/Ryan Marshall - WBOCTV 1839 S. Dupont Highway Dover, DE 19901 P: (302) 734-9262 F: (302) 734-3674 sabraham@wboc.com rmarshall@wboc.com WMDT-TV 47 47202 Downtown Plaza Salisbury, MD 21801 P: (410) 742-4747 x324 F: (410) 749-4777 Comcast SportsNet 3601 Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19148 P: (215) 952-5350 F: (215) 952-5331 pmcelroy@spectaco.com Bob Carroll - CN8 1351 S. Columbus St. Philadelphia, PA P: (215) 468-2222

F: (215) 468-7924

CAMPUS MEDIA The Hornet Newspaper MLK Student Center | Delaware State Univ. 1200 N. DuPont Hwy. Dover, DE 19901 P: (302) 857-6369 Statesman Yearbook MLK Student Center | Delaware State Univ. 1200 N. DuPont Hwy. Dover, DE 19901 P: (302) 857-6365 WDSU-TV ETV Building | Delaware State Univ. 1200 N. DuPont Hwy. Dover, DE 19901 wdsuradio15@gmail.com

Eric Moore - The Onnidan Group P.O. Box 19963 Raleigh, N.C. 27619 P: (910) 486-1381 F: (919) 785-9975 ericmoore@onnidan.com

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DIRECTIONS TO DSU Delaware State University is located in north Dover along U.S. 13, directly across from the Dover Mall and Dover Downs International Speedway. Delaware State University 1200 N. Dupont Hwy. Dover, DE 19901 www.desu.edu

FROM PENNSYLVANIA: Take I-95 south through Wilmington, Del. (or I-495 for a faster route around Wilmington). South of Wilmington, take Exit 4A (Route 1) to Dover. Follow Route 1 to Exit 104. Turn left at the light onto Route 13. The campus entrance is on your right at the sixth traffic light. FROM NEW JERSEY: After crossing Delaware Memorial Bridge, stay on I-295 south (toward Baltimore) until it ends at I-95. Then take Exit 4A to Dover. Follow Route 1 to Exit 104. Turn left at the light onto Route 13. The campus entrance is on your right at the sixth traffic light. FROM BALTIMORE/NORTHERN MARYLAND: Take I-95 north to Exit 4A (Route 1) to Dover. Follow Route 1 to Exit 104. Turn left at the light onto Route 13. The campus entrance is on your right at the sixth traffic light. FROM POINTS SOUTH: Take Route 13 or Route 113 north to Dover. Stay on Route 13 through Dover. The campus is located on your left, directly across from the Dover Mall and Dover Downs International Speedway. FROM WASHINGTON, D.C./SOUTH MARYLAND/POINTS WEST: From the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, follow route 50 to 301 north. About five minutes past the rest stop, make a right onto MD 302. Drive through Barclay and Templeville into Delaware. At the state line, the road changes to DE 11 to Hartley, Del. Take a right at the stop sign in Hartly onto DE 44. DE 44 ends at Route 8 (Pearson’s Corner). Turn left onto Route 8 and follow into Dover. Once in Dover, take a left onto Kenton Road (there’s a Dairy Queen and McDonald’s at the light). Make a second light onto College Road. Once you cross the railroad tracks, the college is on your left. If College Road gates are closed, stay straight to Route 13. Take a left onto Route 13 and the main campus entrance is on your left at the second stoplight.

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Delaware State was also the most disciplined team in the MEAC last year. The Hornets were No. 1 in the league in fewest penalties (67) and penalty yards (570) in 2011. With more than a year at DSU under his belt, Blount is hoping to put an even bigger imprint on the team in 2012. “Last year was a challenge because the staff wasn’t as familiar with our personnel and we had to spend a great deal of time teaching new offensive and defensive systems,” he said.

The Hornets expect to return eight offensive starters this season. Quarterback Nick Elko (rsr.) returns after completing 207 of 362 passes (57.2%) for 2,064 yards in his first season as a starter in 2011. Elko threw for 15 touchdowns

(281) and pass attempts (499); tied for No. 5 in touchdown passes (22); No. 6 in passing yards (2,930); and No. 11 in total offense (2,856 yards). He has the fourth, sixth and seventhbest single-game passing yardage totals in team history.

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Despite the record, the Hornets showed noticeable improvement on the field last season. DSU closed out the 2011 campaign with a 39-36 win over Howard, which featured one of the nation’s stingiest defenses entering the contest. The Hornets racked up 412 total yards, including 324 passing during the game. The Bison were third among all FCS schools in pass defense (141.3 ypg) and fourth in total defense (288.5 ypg) prior to the contest.

“Now that we have a year under our belts and a full recruiting class in place, we can spend more time on player development and execution.”

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The 2012 season marks the second year of the Kermit Blount era at Delaware State University. Joining the Hornets just days before the beginning of the 2011 recruit signing period and weeks before the start of spring camp, DSU managed just three wins (3-8 overall; 1-7 MEAC) in Blount’s first season with the team.

#12 NICK QUARTERBACKS No. 12 18 16

Name Nick Elko Marlon Kelly Esayah Obado

CL r-Sr. So. Fr.

Exp. 3L RS HS

Ht. 6-2 6-2 6-2

Wt. 220 195 190

and 16 interceptions; and was second in the MEAC in passing average (206.4 ypg) and sixth in total offense (193.5 ypg) last season. Elko enters his senior season as No. 4 on the Hornets’ all-time list for pass completions

#7 JUSTIN WIDE RECEIVERS No. 15 80 87 84 5 11 7

Name “Bo” Ceravolo Morris Frasier Robert King Bruce Ruffin Travis Tarpley Milton Williams Justin Wilson

CL r-So. r-Fr. Fr. Jr. r-Sr. So. r-Sr.

Exp. 1L HS HS 1L 3L 1L 3L

Ht. 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-7 6-3 6-1

Wt. 185 190 175 190 175 195 175

The Hornets also return wide receiver Travis Tarpley (r-sr.), who was tops among all MEAC players in all-purpose yards at 144.2 per game in 2011. Tarpley set DSU single-season (66) and single-game (13) receiving marks last year. He was tops on the Hornets with 736 receiving yards and second on the team with 148 rush-

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backers Quentin Ferguson and Brandon Harvey.

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#14 JUSTIN CL Sr. r-Sr. Jr. r-Fr.

Exp. 3L 3L 2L HS

Ht. 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-4

Wt. 250 230 250 235

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Fellow receiver Justin Wilson (sr.) also returns after catching 54 passes for 563 yards and six touchdowns in eight games in 2011. Wilson, the 2011 MEAC Preseason Player-of- the-Year

No. Name 8 Josh Bailey 20 Quadir Bryant 42 Dae-Hon Cheung 23 Trey Allen Hall 34 Nagee Jackson 40 Justin Peterson 49 Lamar Shaw 29 Malcolm Williams

CL Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. r-So. Jr.

Exp. 1L HS HS HS HS HS 1L 1L

Ht. 5-11 5-11 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-2 5-9 5-10

Wt. 200 185 170 200 225 240 230 175

boost to a running game that ranked among the worst among all Football Championship Subdivision teams last season. Speedy running backs Malcolm Williams (jr.) and Josh Bailey (sr.) are expected to get the bulk of the carries for the Hornets this season. Bailey is the top returning rusher from last season (192), while Williams was the team’s most effective runner during 2012 spring drills. On defense, the Hornets must replace their two leading tacklers from last season, line-

#78 THOMAS CL Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. r-Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

Exp. 2L 1L HS HS 1L 1L HS 3L HS HS 3L

Ht. 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-7 6-3 6-5 6-5

Wt. 275 300 300 300 330 280 275 320 270 265 295

missed three games last season due to an ankle injury. He enters the 2012 season as No. 5 on the Hornets’ career receptions list (122) and No. 8 in receiving yards (1600). Delaware State returns five offensive linemen with starting experience, which should be a

ADJEI

OFFENSIVE LINE Name Brandon Cunningham Jadira Green Dimitri Hill Xavier Jones Tywan Lee Tyler Loomis Clark McCready Nail Muradymov Keevon Prather Jerron Searles Thomas Threadgill

FORTES

Name Jahmel Bashir Justin Brewton Ryan Langdon Nate Ortiz

ing yards last season. Tarpley is also among the MEAC’s top kickoff and punt returners.

No. 63 65 79 62 73 74 78 72 73 76

The defensive line should be a strength this season.

RUNNING BACKS

TIGHT ENDS No. 89 14 81

The top returning tacklers from 2011 are inside linebacker Ernest Adjei (sr.) and defensive back Joe Boyd (so.). Adjei had total 59 tackles, including 35 solo stops, while Boyd tallied 53 tackles (38 unassisted) last season.

#53 ERNEST LINEBACKERS No. 53 91 38 54 56 33 52 26 48

Name Ernest Adjei Olusegun Ayanbiola Thomas Best Stewart Carey Mike Davis Herman Hinton Aaron Richardson Marquis Spann Elbie Williams Legrant Williams

CL Sr. Sr. Sr. So. r-Fr. r-Sr. r-Sr. Sr. So. Fr.

Exp. 3L 3L 2L 1L HS 3L 3L 3L 1L HS

Ht. 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-1

Wt. 235 250 205 240 205 220 240 215 230 195

#58 QUINTIN DEFENSIVE LINE No. 97 93 90 98 58 75 99 95 94 50 59 92 96

Name Tarique Anderson George Bansah Corey Barnes Jamal Douglas Quintin Fortes Frankie Glenn, Jr. Shabazz Gordon Rodney Gunter Keith Hunter Byron Lewis Nick Nelson Kimani Robinson Chikeze Ukeje

CL Exp. Fr. HS Sr. 2L Fr. HS So. 1L Sr. 3L Fr. HS Fr. HS So. 1L So. 1L r-So. 1L Fr. HS So. 1L Fr. JC

Ht. 6-5 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-1

Wt. 250 270 270 290 255 300 305 300 220 235 230 210 300

Right end Rodney Gunter (so.) is a rising star. Gunter competed in all 11 games as a true freshman in 2011. He was fifth on the Hornets with 39 total tackles (24 unassisted) and fifth with 4.5 tackles-for-loss (-19). Nose guard George Bansah (sr.) will give the Hornets a strong presence up the middle, while left end Quintin Fortes (sr.) is among the team’s most improved players. Olusegun Ayanbiola (sr.), a former defensive end, is expected to compete full-time at linebacker this season. A fierce pass rusher, he has the athleticism to be a factor in the Hornets’ pass coverage at the linebacker spot. Another converted player, Nick Williams jr.)

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#9 MATT DEFENSIVE BACKS No. 3 17 39 21 24 23 47 43 84 30 37 44 19 36 28 9 41 27

Name Josh Alexander Rashawn Barrett Shawn Billups Willie Bolden, IV Joe Boyd Jermond Colston Terrick Colston Troye Cornwall Anthony Frye Malique Goldston Rueben Hale Alan Hart Cameren Judge Davon Moore Ronald Robinson Corey Scott Isaiah Simpson Matt Spicer Anthony Washington Nick Williams

CL JR Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. r-Jr. Fr. Sr.

Exp. 1L HS 1L HS 1L 1L 1L 1L 3L HS 3L 1L JC 1L HS RS HS 2L HS 3L

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

Wt. 195 205 155 195 195 170 185 205 170 175 165 180 175 190 180 170 185 195 170 170

will begin the season in the secondary for the first time. Williams, a former running back, was moved to cornerback midway through the 2011 season.

The 11-game slate begins at home in Alumni Stadium against Virginia Military Institute (VMI) on Sept. 1. This will be the second meeting between the Hornets and Keydets. Delaware State won the first meeting 24-21 in Lexington, Va., in head coach Kermit Blount’s Hornet debut last season. DSU will travel to the University of Delaware and the University of Cincinnati for the next two games. The Hornets and Hens will play for the fourth time on Sep. 8 at Delaware Stadium in Newark.

DSU returns home the following Saturday (Sept. 22) to take on Florida A&M. The Rattlers have won the last three meetings between the teams. After an open week, the Hornets travel to Norfolk State on Oct. 6 to take on the reigning MEAC champion Spartans. Delaware State is home for the next two Saturdays to take on South Carolina State and North Carolina A&T. The Hornets welcome SC State to Alumni Stadium on Oct. 13, while NCA&T will be the homecoming opponent on Oct. 20. DSU is on the road the next two weekends, visiting Morgan State on Oct. 27 and North Carolina Central on Nov. 3.

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#83 MARCO SPECIAL TEAMS No. 12 83 35 58 5 29 27

Name Pos. Nick Elko HLD Marco Kano P Mitchell Ward PK Quintin Fortes LS Travis Tarpley KR/PR Malcolm Williams KR Nick Williams KR

CL r-Sr. Jr. So. Sr. r-Sr. Jr. Sr.

Exp. 3L 2L 1L 3L 3L 1L 3L

Ht. Wt. 6-2 220 6-6 220 6-1 180 6-3 255 5-7 175 5-10 175 5-9 170

“Nick’s has all the tools to be an outstanding corner,” says Delaware State defensive coordi- Delaware State is seeking its first win in the senator Mike Ketchum. “He has good instincts ries between the state’s two Division I football and is not afraid to take on a challenge.” programs.

The Hornets will wrap up the home schedule on Nov. 10 against Hampton and close out the regular season on Nov. 17 at Howard in Washington, D.C. “I’m very excited about the 2012 DSU football schedule,” said Eric Hart, DSU Interim Director of Athletics. “It’s a very challenging schedule that will put the Hornets to the test each week.” Hart says the 2012 slate should also appeal to Hornet fans. “We have attractive home games against our long-time MEAC opponents and new rival VMI, in addition to exciting opportunities to cheer on the team in nearby conference road games, along with trips to Cincinnati and Delaware.”

Delaware State also returns experienced play- On Sept. 15, the Hornets will take on Cinciners at the punter and placekicker positions. nati for the first time at UC’s Nippert Stadium. The Big East Conference Bearcats were 10-3 Punter Marko Kano (jr.) was fourth in the MEAC last season, which ended with a 31-24 victory in punting average (38.4), while Ward hit 4-for- over Vanderbilt at the Liberty Bowl in Mem8 on field goal tries and 15-of-18 extra-point phis, Tenn. Cincinnati was ranked 21st in the fikicks in 2011. nal USA Today poll and 25th in the Associated Press poll of major college teams in 2011. The Five home games and visits to Bowl Champi- Hornets are 1-1 all-time vs. Div. I-A/FBS oppoonship Series power University of Cincinnati nents, winning at Akron in 1987 and falling to and Football Championship Subdivision Uni- Michigan in 2009. versity of Delaware highlight the 2012 Delaware State University football schedule.

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7–Justin Wilson (r-Sr., 6-0/195/Windsor, Conn.) RE 80–Morris Frasier (r-Fr., 6-2/190/Felton, Del.)

95–Rodney Gunter (So., 6-5/300/Ft. Hamilton, Fla.) 96–Chikeze Ukeje (Sr., 6-4/285/Staten Island, N.Y.)

LT

78–Nail Muradymov (Sr., 6-7/310/Burtonsville, Md.) NT 74-Clark McCready (Fr., 6-4/275/Hollidaysburg, Pa.)

93–George Bansah (Sr., 6-1/270/Woodbridge, Va.) 99–Shabasz Gordon (Jr., 6-3/305/Bloomfield, Conn.)

LG 71–Keon Williams (Fr., 6-2/275/Jersey City, N.J..) 71-Keon Williams (Fr., 6-2/275/Jersey City, N.J.) C

LE

94–Keith Hunter (Jr., 6-1/220/Windsor, Conn.) 97–Tarique Anderson (Fr., 6-5/250/Toronto, Ont.)

63– Brandon Cunningham (r-Sr., 6-2/275/Lumberton, N.J.) SPUR 29-Terrick Colston (So., 6-1/185/Lakeland, Fla.) 70–Tyler Loomis (So., 6-3/280 Felton, Del.) 17– Rashawn Barrett (Fr., 6-2/200/Montclair, N.J.)

RG 65–Jadira Green (Sr., 6-4/300/Washington, D.C.) ROVER21–Joe Boyd (So., 6-0/195/Ft. Washington, Md.) 70-Tyler Loomis (So., 6-3/280/Felton, Del.) 38–Thomas Best (Sr., 5-11/205/Washington, D.C.) RT TE H

62–Tywan Lee (Sr., 6-3/330/Miami, Fla.) TED 58–Quintin Fortes (Sr., 6-3/255/Reston, Va.) 79-Dimitri Hill (Fr., 6-3/300/Waldorf, Md. ) 52–Aaron Richardson (Sr., 6-1/240/Wash., D.C.)

Z

14–Justin Brewton (r-Jr.; 6-4/230/Fairless Hill, Fla.) CB 8- Josh Bailey (Sr., 5-11/200/Richmond, Va.)

81 – Ryan Langdon (Sr., 6-4/250/Phila., Pa.) MIKE 53-Ernest Adjei Sr., 6-0/235/Woodbridge, Va.) 89 – Jahmel Bashir (Sr., 6-3, 250/Phila., Pa.) 33–Herman Hinton (r-Sr., 6-2/220/Phila., Pa.) 5–Travis Tarpley (r-Sr., 5-10/175/Danville, Va.) BOB 91-Olusegun Ayanbiola (Sr., 6-2/250/Greenbelt, Md.) 8–Josh Bailey (Sr., 5-11/200/Richmond, Va.) 31-Legrant Williams (Fr., 6-1/195/Norfolk, Va.) 27–Nick Williams (Sr., 5-9/170/San Diego, 32-Cameren Judge (Jr., 5-11/175/New Britain, Conn.)

RB 25– Malcolm Williams (Jr. 5-10/175/Reading, Pa.) CB 24–Jermond Colston (Jr., 5-11/170/Norfolk, Va.) 49– Lamar Shaw (r-So., 5-9/230/Mt. Vernon, N.Y.) 19–Ronald Robinson (Sr., 5-11/180/Jersey City, N.J.) QB 12–Nick Elko (r-Sr. 6-2/220/Odenton, Md.) FS 44-Davon Moore (Jr., 5-11/190/Mt. Vernon, N.Y.) 6- Cory Murphy (r-Jr., 6-2/205/Sunnyvale, CalJ.) 36–Cory Scott (r-Fr./6-0/170/Mt. Vernon, N.Y.)

SPECIALISTS

PK 35–Mitchell Ward (So., 6-1/180/San Ramon, Cal.) LS 58–Quintin Fortes (Sr., 6-3/255/Reston, Va.) 83–Marco Kano (Jr., 6-6, 220/Cottbus, Ger.) 63–Brandon Cunningham (Jr., 6-2/275/Lumberton, N.J.) P 83 – Marko Kano (Jr., 6-6/220/Cottbus, Germany) KR 5 –Travis Tarpley (r-Jr., 5-7/170/Danville, Va.) 12 – Nick Elko (r-Sr.; 6-2/20/Odenton, Md.) 25-Malclom Williams (Jr., 5-10/175/Reading, Pa.) 27-Nick Williams (Sr., 5-9/170/San Diego, Calif.) 24-Jermond Colston (Jr., 5-11/170/Norfolk, Va.) HLD 5 – Travis Tarpley (r-Sr. , 5-7/175/Danville, Fla.) PR 5-Travis Tarpley (r-Sr./5-7/180/Danville, Va.) 12 – Nick Elko (r-Sr., 6-2/215/Odenton, Md.) 25-Malcolm Williams (Jr.,, 5-10/175/Reading, Pa.) 8-Josh Bailey (Sr., 5-11/200/Richmond, Va.)

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NO 53 3 97 91 8 93 90 17 89 86 38 10 21 14 20 54 15 42 24 29 63 56 98 12 58 80 43 57 75 84 99 65 95 30 23 37 79 33 94 34 64 32 83 18 87 81 62 70 74 44 6 59 16 85 40 72 52 19 92 36 73 49 88 28 9 5 76 96 35 71 48 31 25 11 27 7

NAME Ernest Adjei Josh Alexander Tarique Anderson Olusegun Ayanbiola Josh Bailey George Bansah Corey Barnes Rashawn Barrett Jahmel Bashir Otis Best Thomas Best Willie Bolden IV Joe Boyd Justin Brewton Quadir Bryant Stewart Carey Joseph “Bo” Ceravolo Dae-Hon Cheung Jermond Colston Terrick Colston Brandon Cunningham Mike Davis Jamal Douglass Nick Elko Quintin Fortes Morris Frasier Anthony Frye Jeff Gay Frankie Glenn, Jr. Malik Golson Shabasz Gordon Jadira Green Rodney Gunter Rueben Hale Trey Allen Hall Alan Hart Dimitri Hill Herman Hinton Keith Hunter Nagee Jackson Xavier Jones Cameren Judge Marco Kano Marlon Kelly Robert King Ryan Langdon Tywan Lee Tyler Loomis Clark McCready Davon Moore Cory Murphy Nick Nelson Esayah Obado Nate Ortiz Justin Peterson Keevon Prather Aaron Richardson Ronald “JR” Robinson Kimani Robinson Cory Scott Jerron Searles Lamar Shaw Gabe Sherrod Isaiah Simpson Matt Spicer Travis Tarpley Thomas Threadgill Chikeze Ukeje Mitchell Ward Keon Williams Elbie Williams Legrant Williams Malcolm Williams Milton Williams Nick Williams Justin Wilson

POS LB FS DE DE RB DL DT SS TE WR LB DB DB TE RB LB WR RB DB Ath OL LB DL QB DE WR DB DL DL DB DL OG DL DB RB DB OL LB DE RB OL DB P WR WR TE OL OL OL LB QB DL QB TE FB OL LB DB DE DB OT FB Ath DB DB WR OL DL P/PK OL LB LB RB WR DB WR

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

WT 235 195 250 250 200 270 270 200 250 175 205 195 195 230 185 240 185 170 170 185 275 205 290 220 255 190 170 265 320 175 305 300 300 170 190 180 300 220 220 215 300 175 220 195 175 250 330 280 275 190 205 220 200 235 230 275 240 180 210 170 265 230 210 180 195 175 295 285 180 275 230 195 175 195 170 175

CL SR JR FR SR SR SR FR FR SR FR SR FR SO r-JR FR SO r-SO FR JR SO JR r-FR SO r-SR SR r-FR SR FR FR FR JR JR SO SR FR SO FR r-SR SO FR FR JR JR SO FR JR SR SO FR JR r-JR FR FR r-FR FR FR SR FR SO r-FR FR r-SO FR JR r-JR r-SR SR SR SO FR SO FR JR SO SR r-SR

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Woodbridge, Va./Gar-field HS Waldorf, Md./Connecticut/Westlake HS Toronto, Ont./Fork Union M.A./Pickering HS Greenbelt, Md. / Eleanor Roosevelt HS Richmond, Va./Lackawanna JC Woodbridge, Va. / Potomac HS Norfolk, Va./Nansemond HS Montclair, N.J./Montclair HS Philadelphia, Pa./So. Phila. HS Jersey City, N.J./Marist HS Washington, D.C./Seneca Valley HS Brunswick, Ga./Brunswick HS Ft. Washington, Md./ Friendly HS Fairless Hills, Pa./ Pennsbury HS Felton, Del./Lake Forest HS Newark, Del/Newark HS Venice, Fla./ Venice HS Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville Area Sr. HS Norfolk, Va./ Booker T. Washington HS Lakeland, Fla./Kathleen HS Lumberton, N.J./Rancocas Valley HS Indian Head, Md./Lackey HS Bartow, Fla./Bartow Senior HS Odenton, Md. / Arundel HS Reston, Va/.South Lakes HS Felton, Del/Lake Forest HS Landover, Md./Thomas Stone Jacksonville, Fla./Atlantic Coast HS Titusville, Fla./Astronaut HS Smyrna, Del./Smyrna HS Bloomfield, Conn./Lackawanna JC Washington, D.C./Oxon Hill HS Haines, Fla./Haines City HS Norfolk, Va./Maury HS Beaver Falls, Pa./Beaver Falls HS Greensboro, N.C./N. Guilford HS Waldorf, Md./Westlake HS Philadelphia, Pa. / West Catholic HS Windsor, Conn./Windsor HS Gainesville, Ga./Fork Union M.A./Battlefield HS Burlington, N.J./Burlington Twp. HS New Britain Conn./Lackawanna JC Cottbus, Germany Miami, Fla./Dr. Krop HS Randallstown, Md./Lansdowne HS Philadelphia, Pa./ Father Judge HS Miami, Fla./Deane JC/Northwestern HS Felton, Del./Lake Forest HS Hollidaysburg, Pa./Hollidaysburg Area Sr. HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Santa Clara, Cal./Santa Clara Dumfries, Va./Potomac HS Hamilton, N.J./Nottingham HS Jersey City, N.J./St. Anthony’s HS Atlanta, Ga./Martin Luther King HS Temple Hills, Md./Crossland HS Washington D.C. / St. John’s HS Jersey City, N.J./St. Pete Prep Brooklyn, N.Y./Ft. Hamilton HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Atlantic City, N.J./Atlantic City HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Perryville, Md./Perryville HS New Brunswick, N.J./New Brunswick HS Lanham, Md./ Eleanor Roosevelt HS Danville, Va. / Geo. Washington HS Frederick, Md. / Frederick HS Staten Island, N.Y./Port Richmond HS San Ramone, Cal./Dougherty HS Jersey City, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep Clinton, Md./DeMatha HS Norfolk, Va./Fork Union M.A./Norview HS Reading, Pa./Reading Senior HS Upper Marlboro, Md./Frederick Douglas HS San Diego, Calf./Monte Vista HS Windsor, Conn. / Windsor HS

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NAME POS Josh Alexander FS Travis Tarpley WR Cory Murphy QB Justin Wilson WR Josh Bailey RB Matt Spicer DB Willie Bolden IV DB Milton Williams WR Nick Elko QB Justin Brewton TE Joseph “Bo” Ceravolo WR Esayah Obado QB Rashawn Barrett SS Marlon Kelly WR Ronald “JR” Robinson DB Quadir Bryant RB Joe Boyd DB Trey Allen Hall RB Jermond Colston DB Malcolm Williams RB Nick Williams DB Isaiah Simpson DB Terrick Colston Ath Rueben Hale DB Legrant Williams LB Cameren Judge DB Herman Hinton LB Nagee Jackson RB Mitchell Ward P/PK Cory Scott DB Thomas Best LB Justin Peterson FB Dae-Hon Cheung RB Anthony Frye DB Davon Moore LB Elbie Williams LB Lamar Shaw FB Aaron Richardson LB Ernest Adjei LB Stewart Carey LB Mike Davis LB Jeff Gay DL Quintin Fortes DE Nick Nelson DL Tywan Lee OL Brandon Cunningham OL Xavier Jones OL Jadira Green OG Tyler Loomis OL Keon Williams OL Keevon Prather OL Jerron Searles OT Clark McCready OL Frankie Glenn, Jr. DL Thomas Threadgill OL Nail Muradymov OL Dimitri Hill OL Morris Frasier WR Ryan Langdon TE Marco Kano P Malik Golson WR Nate Ortiz TE Otis Best WR Robert King WR Gabe Sherrod Ath Jahmel Bashir TE Corey Barnes DT Olusegun Ayanbiola LB Kimani Robinson DE George Bansah DL Keith Hunter DE Rodney Gunter DL Chikeze Ukeje DL Tarique Anderson DE Jamal Douglass DL Shabasz Gordon DL

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

WT 195 175 205 175 200 195 195 195 220 230 185 200 200 195 180 185 195 190 170 175 170 180 185 170 195 175 220 215 180 170 205 230 170 170 190 230 230 240 235 240 205 265 255 220 330 275 300 300 280 275 275 265 275 320 295 310 300 190 250 220 175 235 155 175 210 250 270 250 210 270 220 300 285 250 290 305

CL JR r-SR r-JR r-SR SR r-JR FR SO r-SR r-JR r-SO FR FR SO FR FR SO FR JR JR SR JR SO SR FR JR r-SR FR SO r-FR SR FR FR SR JR SO r-SO SR SR SO r-FR FR SR FR SR JR FR JR SO FR FR FR FR FR SR r-SR FR r-FR JR JR FR r-FR r-FR FR FR SR FR SR SO SR SO SO SR FR SO JR

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Waldorf, Md./Connecticut/Westlake HS Danville, Va. / Geo. Washington HS Sunnyvale, Cal./Santa Clara HS Windsor, Conn. / Windsor HS Richmond, Va./Lackawanna JC Lanham, Md./ Eleanor Roosevelt HS Brunswick, Ga./Brunswick HS Upper Marlboro, Md./Frederick Douglas HS Odenton, Md. / Arundel HS Fairless Hills, Pa./ Pennsbury HS Venice, Fla./ Venice HS Hamilton, N.J./Nottingham HS Montclair, N.J./Montclair HS Miami, Fla./Dr. Krop HS Jersey City, N.J./St. Pete Prep Felton, Del./Lake Forest HS Ft. Washington, Md./ Friendly HS Beaver Falls, Pa./Beaver Falls HS Norfolk, Va./ Booker T. Washington HS Reading, Pa./Reading Senior HS San Diego, Calf./Monte Vista HS New Brunswick, N.J./New Brunswick HS Lakeland, Fla./Kathleen HS Norfolk, Va./Maury HS Norfolk, Va./Fork Union M.A./Norview HS New Britain Conn./Lackawanna JC Philadelphia, Pa. / West Catholic HS Gainesville, Ga./Fork Union M.A./Battlefield HS San Ramone, Cal./Dougherty HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Washington, D.C./Seneca Valley HS Atlanta, Ga./Martin Luther King HS Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville Area Sr. HS Landover, Md./Thomas Stone Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Clinton, Md./DeMatha HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Washington D.C. / St. John’s HS Woodbridge, Va./Gar-field HS Newark, Del/Newark HS Indian Head, Md./Lackey HS Jacksonville, Fla./Atlantic Coast HS Reston, Va/.South Lakes HS Dumfries, Va./Potomac HS Miami, Fla./Deane JC/Northwestern HS Lumberton, N.J./Rancocas Valley HS Burlington, N.J./Burlington Twp. HS Washington, D.C./Oxon Hill HS Felton, Del./Lake Forest HS Jersey City, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep Temple Hills, Md./Crossland HS Atlantic City, N.J./Atlantic City HS Hollidaysburg, Pa./Hollidaysburg Area Sr. HS Titusville, Fla./Astronaut HS Frederick, Md. / Frederick HS Burtonsville, Md./Paint Branch HS Waldorf, Md./Westlake HS Felton, Del/Lake Forest HS Philadelphia, Pa./ Father Judge HS Cottbus, Germany Smyrna, Del./Smyrna HS Jersey City, N.J./St. Anthony’s HS Jersey City, N.J./Marist HS Randallstown, Md./Lansdowne HS Perryville, Md./Perryville HS Philadelphia, Pa./So. Phila. HS Norfolk, Va./Nansemond HS Greenbelt, Md. / Eleanor Roosevelt HS Brooklyn, N.Y./Ft. Hamilton HS Woodbridge, Va. / Potomac HS Windsor, Conn./Windsor HS Haines, Fla./Haines City HS Staten Island, N.Y.Amer. Int./Port Richmond HS Toronto, Ont./Fork Union M.A./Pickering HS Bartow, Fla./Bartow Senior HS Bloomfield, Conn./Lackawanna JC

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SENIORS (21) 53 Ernest Adjei 91 Olusegun Ayanbiola 8 Josh Bailey 93 George Bansah 89 Jahmel Bashir 38 Thomas Best 14 Justin Brewton 12 Nick Elko 58 Quintin Fortes 43 Anthony Frye 30 Rueben Hale 33 Herman Hinton 81 Ryan Langdon 62 Tywan Lee 78 Nail Muradymov 52 Aaron Richardson 9 Matt Spicer 5 Travis Tarpley 76 Thomas Threadgill 96 Chikeze Ukeje 27 Nick Williams 7 Justin Wilson JUNIORS (11) 3 Josh Alexander 24 Jermond Colston 63 Brandon Cunningham 99 Shubasz Gordon 65 Jadira Green 32 Cameren Judge 83 Marco Kano 44 Davon Moore 6 Cory Murphy 28 Isaiah Simpson 29 Malcolm Williams SOPHOMORES (14) 21 Joe Boyd 54 Stewart Carey 15 Joseph “Bo” Ceravolo 98 Jamal Douglass 95 Rodney Gunter 37 Alan Hart 94 Keith Hunter 18 Marlon Kelly 70 Tyler Loomis 92 Kimani Robinson 49 Lamar Shaw 35 Mitchell Ward 48 Elbie Williams 11 Milton Williams FRESHMEN (30) 97 Tariq Anderson 90 Corey Barnes 17 Rashawn Barrett 86 Otis Best 10 Willie Bolden IV 20 Quadir Bryant 42 Dae-Hon Cheung 29 Terrick Colston 56 Mike Davis 80 Morris Frasier 57 Jeff Gay 75 Frankie Glenn, Jr. 54 Malik Golson 23 Trey Allen Hall 79 Dimitri Hill 34 Nagee Jackson 64 Xavier Jones 87 Robert King 74 Clark McCready 59 Nick Nelson 16 Esayah Obado 85 Nate Ortiz 40 Justin Peterson 72 Keevon Prather 19 JR Richardson 36 Cory Scott 73 Jerron Searles 88 Gabe Sherrod 71 Keon Williams 31 Legrant Williams

BY STATE/COUNTRY LB DE RB DL TE LB TE QB DE DB DB LB TE OL OL LB DB WR OL DL RB WR FS DB OL DL DT DB P DB QB DB RB DB LB WR DL DL DB DE QB OL DE FB P/PK LB WR DE DT SS WR DB RB RB Ath LB WR DL DL DB RB OL RB OL WR OL DL QB TE FB OL DB DB OT Ath OL LB

GERMANY

CALIFORNIA (3) 6 Cory Murphy 35 Mitchell Ward 27 Nick Williams

Santa Clara San Ramone San Diego

GEORGIA (3) 10 Willie Bolden IV 34 Nagee Jackson 40 Justin Peterson

Brunswick Gainesville Atlanta

CANADA (1) 97 Tarique Anderson

Toronto, Ont.

GERMANY(1) 83 Marco Kano

Cottbus

MARYLAND (15) 3 Josh Alexander 91 Olusegun Ayanbiola 21 Joe Boyd 56 Mike Davis 12 Nick Elko 43 Anthony Frye 79 Dimitri Hill 87 Robert King 78 Nail Muradymov 72 Keevon Prather 88 Gabe Sherrod 9 Matt Spicer 76 Thomas Threadgill 48 Elbie Williams 11 Milton Williams

Waldorf Greenbelt Ft. Washington Indian Head Odenton Landover Waldorf Randallstown Burtonsville Temple Hills Perryville Lanham Frederick Clinton Upper Marlboro

NEW JERSEY (10) 17 Rashawn Barrett 86 Otis Best 63 Brandon Cunningham 64 Xavier Jones 16 Esayah Obado 85 Nate Ortiz 19 JR Robinson 73 Jerron Searles 28 Isaiah Simpson 71 Keon Williams

Montclair Jersey City Lumberton Burlington Hamilton Jersey City Jersey City Atlantic City New Brunswick Jersey City

CONNECTICUT (4) 99 Shubasz Gordon 94 Keith Hunter 32 Cameron Judge 7 Justin Wilson

Bloomfield Windsor New Britain Windsor

DELAWARE (5) 20 Quadir Bryant 54 Stewart Carey 80 Morris Frasier 84 Malik Golson 73 Tyler Loomis

Felton Newark Felton Smyrna Felton

WASHINGTON, D.C. (3) 38 Thomas Best 65 Jadira Green 52 Aaron Richardson FLORIDA (8) 15 Bo Ceravolo 29 Terrick Colston 98 Jamal Douglass 57 Jeff Gay 75 Frankie Glenn, Jr. 95 Rodney Gunter 18 Marlon Kelly 62 Tywan Lee

Venice Lakeland Bartow Jacksonville Titusville Haines Miami Miami

NEW YORK (5) 44 Davon Moore 92 Kimani Robinson 36 Cory Scott 49 Lamar Shaw 96 Chikeze Ukeje

Mt. Vernon Brooklyn Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Staten Island

NORTH CAROLINA (1) 37 Alan Hart

Greensboro

PENNSYLVANIA (8) 89 Jahmel Bashir 14 Justin Brewton 42 Dae-Hon Cheung 23 Trey Allen Hall 33 Herman Hinton 81 Ryan Langdon 74 Clark McCready 29 Malcolm Williams

Philadelphia Fairless Hills Coatesville Beaver Falls Philadelphia Philadelphia Hollidaysburg Reading

VIRGINIA (10) 53 Ernest Adjei 8 Josh Bailey 93 George Bansah 90 Corey Barnes 24 Jermond Colston 58 Quintin Fortes 30 Rueben Hale 59 Nick Nelson 5 Travis Tarpley 31 Legrant Williams

Woodbridge Richmond Woodbridge Norfolk Norfolk Reston Norfolk Dumfries Danville Norfolk

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Ernest Adjei Tarique Anderson Olusegun Ayanbiola George Bansah Jahmel Bashir Quadir Bryant

Ah-jay Tar-eek Oo-loo-she-gun I-yan-bee-oo-lah Ban-suh Juh-mel Buh-sheer KUH-deer

Joseph “Bo” Ceravolo Quintin Fortes Jadira Green Tywan Lee Nail Muradymov Esayah Obado

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6-0 | 235 | junior | linebacker | woodbridge, va. | gar-field h.s. | community health major

CAREER STATISTICS G UT AT TT TFL/Yds Sck-yds Int/yds BrUP QBH FF 2010 9 7 6 13 2011 10 48 11 59 7-17 1-7 1 2 1 Totals 19 55 17 72 7-17 1-7 1 2 1

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 14, vs. Morgan State (10/29/11) Most unassisted tackles: 10, vs. Morgan State (10/29/11) Most assists: 4, vs. Morgan State (10/29/11) Most tackles-for-loss: 2 (three games) Most sacks: 1, vs. SC State (9/24/11)

2012: Delaware State’s returning leader in tackles (59) and tackles-forloss (7) from 2011 season. 2011: Competed in 10 games … third on the Hornets in total tackles (59) and unassisted tackles (48) … also credited with seven tackles-forloss (-17), one sack (-7), a forced fumble, one pass break up and two QB hurries … collected a career-high 14 tackles, including 10 solo stops (also career-best) and two tackles-for-loss (-6), in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 24) … recorded eight tackles (seven unassisted) vs. Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … had six tackles (all unassisted), two backfield stops (-2), a QB hurry and pass break-up, in 31-27 victory over Shaw (Sep. 10) … tallied six tackles and an assist, along with a forced fumble, in 38-21 loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … two of his three tackles were behind the line-of-scrimmage in loss to South Carolina State (Sep. 24). 2010: Appeared in nine games … recorded 13 tackles, including seven solo stops … had at least one tackle in eight of the nine games in which he appeared … tied season high with three tackles (2 solo) in 29-7 win over North Carolina A&T (Oct. 16) … also had three tackles in victory over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6) … recorded two solo tackles in 53-43 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 20). 2009: Enrolled at Delaware State … did not compete. High School: 2008 Cardinal District Defensive Player-of-the-Year … two-time All-Prince William Area and Virginia All-Northwest District First Team selection … also competed in 2009 Virginia East-West AllStar Game … recorded 98 tackles and six sacks during senior season … earned three varsity football letters … also competed in track & field, and baseball … all-region track and field selection (shot put). Personal: Son of Mary Krah and John Dunkor … last name is pronounced “Ah-jay” … born Oct. 5, 1990 in African nation of Ghana … came to United States at age 8.

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CAREER STATISTICS G UT AT TT TFL/Yds Sck-yds 2011 5 10 1 11 4.0-13 1.0-5 Totals 5 10 1 11 4.0-13 1.0-5

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CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 6, vs. Morgan State (10/29/11) Most unassisted tackles: 5, vs. Morgan State (10/29/11) Most assists: 1, vs. Morgan State (10/29/11) Most tackles-for-loss: 1 (four games) Most sacks: 1, vs. Delaware (9/17/11)

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2011: Competed in five games in his first season with the Hornets … recorded 11 tackles, including 10 solo stops … also credited with four tackles-for-loss (-13) and one sack (-5) … had season-high six tackles (five solo), including a backfield stop (-2) in loss to Morgan State (Oct. 29) … lone tackle was a five-yard sack vs. Delaware (Sep. 17) … recorded two solo tackles, including one behind the line-of-scrimmage, vs. Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … recorded a tackle-for-loss (-4) vs. Norfolk State (Oct. 8). 2010: Enrolled at University of Connecticut … did not compete. High School: Named first team All-Maryland for large schools in media voting...named First Team All-County by The (Waldorf ) Independent and first team All-Southern Maryland Athletic Conference... named All-Metro Honorable Mention by The Washington Post...named First Team All-Charles County...had 79 tackles and 21 sacks his senior year...team won Maryland 3A Championship game in 2009...team captain...played in the Chick-Fil-A Challenge all-star game in Maryland on Dec. 12...is the holder of the state single-season sack record...owns school career record for sacks...also runs track and field. Personal: Cousin of Hornet sophomore Antonio Hale … brother Darius Powell played linebacker at North Carolina and now plays at Fayetteville (N.C.) State ... born July 3, 1992.

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olusegun ayanbiola

6-2 | 250 | senior | linebacker | greenbelt, md. | eleanor roosevelt h.s. | integrated studies major

CAREER STATISTICS

91

G UT AT TT TFL-yds SCK-yds INT-yds FR-yds FF PD QBH 2009 10 1 4 5 1.0-4 0.5-3 1-13 1-0 0 1 0 2010 11 16 21 37 10-59 5.0-39 0-0 1-22 0 0 1 2011 10 19 9 28 6.0-13 1.5-6 0-0 1-0 1 0 2 Totals 31 36 34 70 17-63 7.0-48 1-13 3-22 1 1 3

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 8 (4 UT), vs. No. Carolina Central (11/6/10) Most solo tackles: 4, vs. No. Carolina Central (11/6/10) Most tackles for loss:4.5, vs. No. Carolina Central (11/6/10) Most sacks: 3.5, vs. No. Carolina Central (11/6/10)

2011: Competed in 10 games … recorded 28 total tackles, including 19 solo stops … also credited with six tackles-for-loss (-13), 1.5 sacks (-15), two QB hurries, one fumble recovery and a force fumble … had seasonhigh six tackles (5 solo), including one behind the line-of-scrimmage (-2), in 39-36 victory over Howard in season finale (Nov. 19) … recorded three solo tackles, two assists, one tackle-for-loss (-1) and a QB hurry in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 29) … had four tackles (two unassisted) and a QB hurry vs. NC Central (Nov. 5) … recorded a sack (-6) among his three tackles in loss to Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … had a forced fumble and recovery, along with ½ sack, in 31-27 victory over Shaw (Sept. 10).

2009: Competed in 10 games as a true freshman … recorded five tackles, including one unassisted stop … also credited with one tackle-forloss, 0.5 sacks, an interception return for a touchdown, a pass deflection and a quarterback hurry … returned an interception 13 yards for a touchdown in the final minute of play to seal the Hornets’ 21-6 victory over Hampton (Sep. 26) … assisted on two tackles, including one behind the line-of-scrimmage, in 9-7 loss to Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 10) … also credited with ½ sack in loss to South Carolina State (Oct. 31) … had one solo tackle in 21-12 loss to Florida A&M in his collegiate debut (Sept. 5).

2010: Appeared in all 11 games … team leader with five sacks (-39 yards) and second on the club with 10 tackles-for-loss (-59) … 10th on the Hornets with 37 total tackles (16 solo) … ranked seventh in the MEAC in sacks and tied for 17th in tackles-for-loss … also credited with one forced fumble, a fumble recovery and a quarterback hurry … recorded career highs of eight tackles (four solo), 4.5 tackles-for-loss (-28) and 3.5 sacks (-25) in 29-10 win over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6) … returned a fumble 22 yards for a touchdown in 31-26 victory over North Carolina A&T (Oct. 16) … also had six tackles, ½ sack and a QB hurry in NCA&T contest … recorded five solo tackles, including three behind the line-of-scrimmage (-16), in 31-21 loss to Norfolk State (Nov. 13) … had four tackles (3 solo) and a forced fumble in loss to Hampton (Sep. 30) … collected a sack (-6) among his three tackles vs. Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 9).

High School: Helped lead Roosevelt to 10-1 overall record (10-0 regular season), state playoff berth and conference championship during senior season … 2008 All-D.C.-Metro Second Team selection … competed in Prince George’s County All-Star Game … credited with 11.5 sacks as a senior … saw action along the defensive line, as well as tight end and outside linebacker … teammate of fellow DSU offensive lineman Danzel Manley. Personal: Son of Edward and Felicia Ayanbiola … name is pronounced “OO-loo-she-gun I-an-bee-oo-lah… first name is Nigerian for “God’s victory” … affectionately called “Oh-loo”_ by his teammates … cousin of Chicago Bears defensive end Adewale Ogunleye … born Nov. 17, 1991 in Washington, D.C.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-11 | 190 | senior | running back/quarterback | richmond, va. | lackawanna cc | sport science major

CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2011

G Att. Yds Avg. TD Lg Avg/g 10 52 192 3.7 1 23 19.2

Receiving 2011

G No. Yds Avg. TD Lg Avg/g 10 10 49 4.9 0 15 4.9

Passing 2011

G A-C-I Yds Pct TD 10 39-17-6 134 43.6 0

Long Avg Effic 22 13.4 41.68

CAREER SUPERLATIVES

josh bailey

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Most rushing attempts: 19, vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Most rushing yards: 84, vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Longest run: 23 yards, vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Most touchdown runs: 1, vs. NCA&T (10/15/11) Longest TD run: 1 yard, vs. NCA&T (10/15/11) Most receptions: 3, vs. SC State (9/24/11) Longest reception: 14 yards, vs. Florida A&M (10/1/11) Most receiving yards: 14 yards, vs. Florida A&M (10/1/11) Most Touchdown receptions: n/a

2012: Delaware State’s top returning rusher with 19.2 yards per carry. 2011: Appeared in 10 games as a running back and quarterback in his first season with the Hornets … collected 192 yards and a touchdown on 52 carries (3.7 ypc) … also completed 17-of-39 passes for 134 yards … had 10 receptions for 49 yards … rushed for a DSU season-high 84 yards on 19 carries (long 23) from the quarterback position in loss to Hampton (Nov. 12) … also passed for 134 yards (long 22), completing 17-of-39 throws, in Hampton contest … rushed for 15 yards on two carries (long 14), including a one-yard touchdown run in 42-24 loss to NCA&T (Oct. 15) … tallied 22 yards rushing on four carries, including a 12-yard run, in loss to Florida A&M (Oct. 8) ….also had two catches for 14 yards (long 15) in Florida A&M contest … had a 13-yard reception vs. Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … hauled in season-high three passes for 10 yards in loss to South Carolina State (Sept. 24). Junior College: Played two seasons as a running back and quarterback at Lackawanna (Pa.) CC … helped lead the Falcons to a 9-2 overall record and a 34-21 victory over Ellsworth CC in Graphics Edge Bowl in Cedar Falls, Iowa during the 2010 season … rushed for 171 yards and four touchdowns on 38 carries and had eight receptions for 23 yards in eight games in 2010 … also completed 5 of 6 passes for 159 yards and a touchdown, returned 13 kickoffs for 212 yards and one punt for 75 yards last year … collected 102 rushing yards and one touchdown on 33 carries and completed 8 of 22 passes for 70 yards in six games in 2009 … also returned 10 kickoffs for 190 yards and 16 punts for 110 yards in ’09.

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george bansah

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6-1 | 270 | junior | defensive line | woodbridge, va. | potomac h.s. | accounting major

CAREER STATISTICS G UT AT TT TFL-yds SCK-yds INT-yds FR-yds FF PD QBH 2010 6 4 12 16 1.0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 2011 11 17 6 23 4.0-4 0.5-0 0-0 1-0 0 1 1 Totals 17 21 18 39 5.0-5 0.5-0 0-0 1-0 0 1 2

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 6 (6 solo), vs. No. Carolina Central (11/5/11) Most solo tackles: 6, vs. No. Carolina Central (11/5/11) Most tackles for loss: 1 (five games) Most sacks: 0.5, vs. SC State (9/24/11)

2011: Appeared in all games … tallied 23 tackles, including 17 unassisted stops … also credited with four tackles-for-loss (-4), 0.5 sacks, a fumble recovery, pass break-up and QB hurry … had career-high six tackles (all solo), a tackle-for-loss and a fumble recovery in 14-7 loss to No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … recorded five tackles (three unassisted), including ½ sack in loss to Delaware (Sept. 17) … collected three unassisted tackles, including one behind the line-of-scrimmage, in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 29) … credited with two tackles (one solo) and a pass break-up in 24-21 victory over at VMI in season opener (Sept. 3) … recorded a backfield stop (two total tackles) in loss to So. Carolina State (Sept. 24). 2010: Competed in six games ... recorded 16 tackles, including four unassisted stops ... collected career-high four tackles in loss to Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 9) ... had two solo tackles vs. Coastal Carolina (Sept. 25) ... recorded three tackles, including one backfield stop (-3) and a pass break-up in loss to Southern in MEAC/SWAC Challenge (Sept. 5).

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 6-3 | 250 | redshirt senior | tight end | philadelphia, pa. | south philadelphia h.s. | social work major

CAREER STATISTICS Receiving 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/g Avg/c Avg/g 11 7 49 1 28 0.6 7.0 4.5 Did not compete 8 6 72 0 33 0.8 12.0 9.0 11 4 26 0 10 0.4 6.5 2.4 30 17 147 1 33 0.6 8.6 4.9

jahmel bashir

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most receptions: 4 (36 yds.), vs. Coastal Carolina (9/25/10) Most receiving yards: 36 (two games); vs. Coastal Carolina (4 rec.; 9/25/10); vs. BethuneCookman (2 rec.; 10/9/10) Longest reception: 33 yards, vs. Bethune-Cookman (10/9/10) Longest TD reception: 6 yds., vs. Hampton (10/4/08)

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2011: Appeared in all 11 games … recorded four receptions for 26 yards (6.5 ypc) … had a season-long 10-yard catch in 42-24 loss to No. Carolina A&T (Oct. 15) … also had catches at Delaware (8 yds.); vs. No. Carolina Central (5 yds.); and at Hampton (3 yds.). 2010: Competed in eight games as a reserve … recorded six catches for 72 yards … had career-highs of four catches and 36 yards (long 12) in loss to Coastal Carolina (Sept. 25) … tied his career-high of 36 yards on two catches vs. Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 9) … also had career-best 33 yard reception in Bethune-Cookman contest. 2009: Did not compete. 2008: Started each game at tight end for the Hornets … recorded seven catches for 49 yards and one touchdown … registered two catches for 34 yards versus Hampton (Oct. 4), including a career-best 28-yard reception … recorded first-career touchdown reception (6 yards) during DSU’s 17-14 loss to the Pirates … notched one reception for nine yards versus South Carolina State (Nov. 1) … grabbed a career-high three catches during DSU debut (Sept. 4 versus Florida A&M). High School: Earned three varsity letters as two-way standout at South Philadelphia (TE/DE) …Philadelphia All-City and All-Public League as a senior in 2006 … Most Valuable Defensive Player of 2006 Public League All-Star Game (four sacks in contest) … 2005 All-Public League selection… also lettered in baseball … All-City Second Team pitcher as a senior in 2007. Personal: Son of Vincent Bashir and Rhonda Baker … full name is Jehmel Na-fece Bashir … born 3/22/89.

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joe boyd

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6-0 | 195 | junior | defensive back | ft. washington, md. | friendly h.s. | psychology major

CAREER STATISTICS G UT AT TT TFL-YDS 2010 6 1 3 4 1.0-6 2011 11 45 8 53 1.0-2 Totals 17 46 11 57 2.0-8

PB 3 3

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 10 (10 solo), vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most solo tackles: 10, vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most tackles for loss:1 (two games) Most pass break ups: 2, vs. Shaw (9/10/11)

2011: Competed in all 11 games … fourth on the Hornets with 53 tackles, tops among team defensive backs … fourth on the team with 45 unassisted tackles … tied for second on the club with three pass break ups … also credited with one tackle-for-loss (-2) …recorded career-high 10 tackles (all solo), including one behind the line-ofscrimmage (-2), in 39-36 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 19) … led Hornets with nine tackles (seven unassisted) in 24-21 victory over VMI (Sept. 3) … had four solo tackles and two pass break ups in win over Shaw (Sept. 10) … had seven unassisted tackles and assisted on another in los to Delaware (Sept. 17) … collected five tackles (four solo) in loss to Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … had three unassisted tackles and a pass break up in 14-7 loss to No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … posted at least two tackles in each contest. 2010: Appeared in six games as a reserve defensive back and on special teams ... credited with four tackles, including one behind the line-of-scrimmage ... recorded two solo, including a backfield stop (-6), in win over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6). High School: Helped lead Friendly to 2009 3A, 2A and 1A championships. Personal: Son of James and Tammy Boyd ... full name is Joseph Leonardo Boyd ... born Feb. 16, 1992

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 6-4 | 215 | redshirt senior | wide receiver | fairless hills, pa. | pennsbury, h.s. | sport science major

CAREER STATISTICS Receiving 2009 2010 2011 Total

GP Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/g Avg/c Avg/g 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 5 54 0 22 0.5 10.8 5.4 8 5 65 0 25 0.6 13.0 8.1 22 10 119 0 25 0.5 11.9 5.4

justin brewton

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most receptions: 2 (two games) Most receiving yards: 25; vs. VMI (9/5/10) Longest reception: 22 yards, vs. Southern (9/5/10) Longest TD reception: n/a

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2011: Saw action in eight games … had five catches for 65 yards (13.0 ypr) … hauled in season-high two passes for 12 yards vs. Morgan State (Oct. 29) … had career-best 25-yard reception in 24-21 win over VMI in season opener (Sept. 3) … recorded 22-yard catch in 31-27 victory over Shaw (Sept. 10). 2010: Competed in 10 games as a reserve receiver and on special teams … also served as an emergency kicker … recorded five catches for 54 yards … had a career-best 22-yard reception vs. Southern in MEAC/SWAC Challenge in Orlando, Fla. (Sept. 5) … hauled in two passes for 11 yards in loss to Morgan State (Oct. 23) … had a 16-yard catch in 53-43 win over Howard (Nov. 20) and a five-yard reception is loss to South Carolina State (Oct. 30) ... also credited with three kickoff returns for 21 yards (long 13) … collected five special teams tackles, including two solo stops. 2009: Appeared in four games for the Hornets … did not record any offensive statistics, but was credited with an assisted tackle vs. Morgan State (Oct. 24).

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joseph ‘bo’ ceravolo

6-1 | 190 | redshirt sophomore | wide receiver | venice, fla. | venice h.s. | sport management major

CAREER STATISTICS

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Receiving 2011 Totals

GP Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/g Avg/c Avg/g 10 12 107 0 16 1.2 8.9 10.7 10 12 107 0 16 1.2 8.9 10.7

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most receptions: 2 (five games) Most receiving yards: 32; vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Longest reception: 16 yards, vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Longest TD reception: n/a

2011: Appeared in all 10 games in his first season on the active roster … fifth on the Hornets in receptions (12) and receiving yards (107) … averaged 8.9 yards per catch … had two catches for season-best 32 yards, including a career long 16 yard grab in loss to Hampton (Nov. 12) … hauled in two passes for 22 yards, including a 15-yard catch, in 42-24 loss at No. Carolina A&T (Oct. 15) … had a 14-yard reception in 39-36 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 19) … tallied two catches in five games and at least one receptions in seven contests. 2010: Enrolled at Delaware State … sat out the season as a freshman redshirt. High School: Two-time All-Venice Area selection … 2009 First Team Florida All-Star … helped lead team to No. 48 national high school ranking (USA Today) … had 40 receptions for 500 yards and six touchdowns during senior season … career scholastic totals: 100 receptions, 1,400 yards, 14 TDs … played for head football coach John Peacock … also completed in track and field, and weight lifting … placed eighth in state weight lifting competition. Personal: Son of Patricia Ceravolo and Timothy Najuch/Andy Normil … born Feb. 22, 1992 in Buffalo, N.Y.

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jermond colston

5-11 | 170 | junior | defensive back | norfolk, va. | booker t. washington h.s. | sport science major

CAREER STATISTICS G UT AT TT INT-Yds BrUp 2010 5 1 3 4 0-0 0 2011 11 20 4 24 2-23 4 Totals 16 21 7 28 2-23 3

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 6 (3 solo), vs. Delaware (9/17/11) Most solo tackles: 5, vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most assists: 3, vs. Delaware (9/17/11) Most interceptions: 1 (two games) Most pass break ups: 2, vs. Florida A&M (10/1/11)

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2011: Appeared in all 11 games … recorded 20 solo tackles and four assists (24 total tackles) … also credited with two interceptions and four pass breaks ups … had two solo tackles, an interception (23-yard return) and two pass break ups in loss to Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … tallied career-high six tackles (three solo) in loss to Delaware (Sept. 17) … recorded five tackles (all solo) in 39-36 win over Howard (Nov. 19) … collected his second interception of the season at Hampton (Nov. 12) … had four unassisted tackles in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 29) … recorded pass break ups in win over Shaw (Sept. 10) and loss to No. Carolina A&T (Oct. 15). 2010: Competed in five games ... credited with four tackles, including one solo stop.

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brandon cunningham

6-2 | 275 | junior | offensive line | lumberton, n.j. | rancocas valley regiona h.s. | criminal justice major

63 2011: Competed in all 11 games along the offensive line … starting center in DSU’s 24-21 win over VMI in season opener (Sept. 3) … helped pave the way to 346 total yards, 232 passing and season-high 114 yards rushing, in VMI contest … earned high marks in Hornets’ season-best 412-yard performance (324 passing/88 rushing) in 39-36 win over Howard (Nov. 19) … played key role in DSU’s season-high 339-yard passing performance in 38-21 loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … helped lead the Hornets’ to MEAC No. 1 ranking in fewest penalties (67) and penalty yards (571). 2010: Appeared in two games, including victory over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6). High School: Earned three varsity letters as a two-way lineman at Rancocas Valley … 2008 All-Olympic Conference First Team selection (OT) … helped lead team to 7-3 record during senior season … also competed in basketball and baseball during scholastic career … Honor Roll student. Personal: Son of Robert and Elgina Cunningham … earned MVP long snapper award during 2008 camp at Villanova University … has express interest in a career with Federal Bureau of Investigations … worked out this summer at Velocity Sports Performance and Agility Center and Retro Fitness Gym in Southern New Jersey … born Aug. 29, 1991 in Voorhees, N.J.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 6-1 | 290 | sophomore | defensive line | bartow, fla. | bartow h.s. | sports science major

CAREER STATISTICS G UT AT TT TFL-YDS 2011 10 11 3 14 1.0-1 Totals 10 11 3 14 1.0-1

jamal douglass

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 6 (3 solo), vs. Delaware (9/17/11) Most solo tackles: 5, vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most assists: 3, vs. Delaware (9/17/11) Most interceptions: 1 (two games) Most pass break ups: 2, vs. Florida A&M (10/1/11)

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2011: Competed in 10 games along the defensive line … recorded 14 tackles, including 11 solo stops … also credited with one tackle-forloss … had season-best five tackles (all solo) in loss to South Carolina State (Sept. 24) … recorded two unassisted tackles in 14-7 loss to No. Carolina Central … tallied three tackles (one unassisted) in 42-24 loss to NCA&T (Oct. 15) … lone tackle vs. Delaware (Sept. 17) was a backfield stop (-1).

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nick elko

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6-2 | 215 | redshirt senior | quarterback | odenton, md. | arundel h.s. | management major

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most completions: 30, vs. Norfolk State (10/8/11); at NCA&T (10/15/11) Most pass attempts: 50, at NCA&T (10/15/11); 48, vs.. Norfolk State (10/8/11) Most passing yards: 339, vs. Norfolk State (10/8/11); 324, vs. Howard (11/19/11) Longest completion: 60 yards (to Larrone Moore vs. Bethune-Cookman; 10/9/10) Most touchdown passes: 3 (four games); last vs. Howard (11/19/11) Longest TD pass: 60 yards (to Larrone Moore vs. Bethune-Cookman; 10/9/10) Best completion pct. (10 or more completions): 68..0%; (17-for-25) at Delaware (9/10/11) Most rushing yards: 10, vs.SC State (10/30/10) Most rushing attempts: 13, at SC State (9/24/11) Longest run: 18 yds., vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most rushing touchdowns: n/a

2012: Enters senior season as No. 4 on the Hornets’ all-time list for pass completions (281) and pass attempts (499); tied for No. 5 in touchdown passes (22); No. 6 in passing yards (2,930); and No. 11 in total offense (2,856 yards) … has fourth, sixth and seventh-best singlegame passing yardage totals in team history. 2011: Starting quarterback in 10 games … completed 207-of-362 passes (57.2%) for 2,064 yards … threw 15 touchdowns and 16 interceptions …No. 2 in the MEAC in passing average (206.0 ypg) and completions (207), and No. 6 in total offense (193.5 ypg) … set DSU single-season record for pass completions (207) … recorded fourthbest single-season passing yardage total in team history (2,064) … had second most single-season pass attempts in DSU history (362) … completed 30 passes in two contests, the second-highest single-game total in team history … tied for third-most touchdown passes (15) in team history … completed 30-of-48 passes for career-best 339 yards (t-4th best in team history) and three touchdowns in 38-21 loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … connected on 30-of-50 passes for 319 yards (7th best in team history) and a touchdown in 42-24 setback to North Carolina A&T (Oct. 15) … had 28 completions on 44 attempts for 324 yards (6th best in team history) and three touchdowns in 39-36 victory over Howard in the 2011 season finale (Oct. 19) … threw game-winning touchdown pass to Travis Tarpley (28 yards) with 2:18 left to play in Howard contest … completed 25-of-46 passes for 238 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner to Darius Jackson (13 yards) with 35 seconds left, in 31-27 win over Shaw (Sept. 10) … threw for 244 yards and a touchdown, completing 22-of-36 pass attempts, in 14-7 loss to North Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … passed for 232 yards (17for-32) and three touchdowns to lead Hornets to 24-21 win at VMI in 2011 opener … completed season-best 47-yard pass to Justin Wilson in VMI contest … had three touchdown passes in four games … completed at least 15 passes in nine of the 10 games in which he appeared …recorded a completion percentage of 50% or higher in seven of his 10 games … had a career-best 18 yard run vs. Howard (Nov. 19) … had a 44-yard punt vs. Norfolk State (Oct. 8).

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2010: Competed in 10 games as the No. 2 quarterback … completed 39-of-68 passes (57.4%) for 540 yards and seven touchdowns … also had three interceptions … ranked second in the MEAC in passing efficiency (149.2) and was seventh in the league in passing average (54.0 ypg) …completed 7-of-12 passes for a season-high 113 yards and a touchdown (17 yards to Travis Tarpley) in loss to South Carolina State (Oct. 30) … connected on 5-of-9 passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns, including a career-best 60-yard hook-up with Larrone Moore, vs. Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 9) … also connected with Moore on a 26-yard scoring pass in Bethune-Cookman contest … was successful on 8-of-11 passes (72.7%) for 82 yards vs. Morgan State on Oct. 2012 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE


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2012 PLAYER BIOS CAREER STATISTICS Passing G A-C-I Yds Pct TD Long Avg Effic 2008 Did not compete (freshman redshirt) 2009 5 69-35-3 326 50.7 0 42 65.2 81.7 2010 10 68-39-3 540 57.4 7 60 54.0 149.2 2011 10 362-207-16 2064 57.2 15 47 206.4 109.9 Total 25 499-281-22 2930 56.3 22 60 117.2 111.4 Rushing 2008 2009 2010 2011 Totals

Punting 2010 2011 Totals

G No. Yds. Avg. LG TB 10 25 921 36.8 75 2 10 1 44 44.0 44 0 20 26 965 37.1 75 2

FC 2 0 2

50+ 5 0 5

I20 BL 11 0 0 0 11 0

G No. Yds Avg. Td Lg Did not complete 5 8 10 1.2 0 7 10 7 28 4.0 0 10 10 60 -112 -1.9 0 18 25 75 -74 -0.9 0 10

23 … came off the bench to hit 4-of-7 passes for 44 yards, including a 23-yard touchdown strike to Donnell Dixon, in loss to Hampton (Sept. 30) … connected with Justin Wilson on a 27-yard touchdown pass in 53-43 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 20) … also hooked up with Wilson on a 38-yard scoring pass vs. Southern in MEAC/SWAC Challenge in Orlando, Fla. (Sept. 5) and on a 30-yard touchdown vs. North Carolina A&T (Oct. 16) … threw at least one touchdown pass in six of the 10 games in which he appeared … also served as the Hornets’ primary punter the last six games … ranked fifth in the MEAC with a 36.8 yard punting average … had a career-best 75-yard punt vs. South Carolina State (Oct. 30) … also had punts of 56 and 51 yards in SC Sate contest … recorded punts of 54 and 51 yards vs. Morgan State on Oct. 23 … landed 11 kicks inside the opponents’ 20-yard line, including three vs. North Carolina A&T (Oct. 16) and two in three other contests. 2009: Appeared in five games, including two starts (Michigan, Morgan State) … completed 35 of 69 passes (50.7%) for 326 yards … completed 18-of-34 passes for 151 yards as a redshirt freshman before more than 106,000 fans in loss at Michigan … connected with Justin Wilson for career-best 42-yard reception in Michigan contest … also com-

pleted six straight passes during a third quarter drive against Michigan … connected on 6-of-9 passes for 66 yards (long 31) in loss to Norfolk State (Nov. 14) … completed 6-of-11 passes for 70 yards (long 22) in loss to South Carolina State (Oct. 31). 2008 (Freshman): Did not compete High School: Set Maryland single-season records for touchdown passes (43), passing yards (3,091), completions (260) and pass attempts (431) as a senior in 2007 … helped lead Arundel to 13-1 overall and state championship runner-up in ’07 … 2007 Maryland All-State, AllBaltimore Metro, All-Anne Arundel County, Baltimore Touchdown Club Player-of-the-Year and Capital Gazette Player-of-the-Year … passed for five touchdowns and 301 yards in 2007 win over Southern (Md.) … also threw for five scores in ’07 win vs. Meade (Md.) … passed for 18 touchdowns as a junior and 63 in his scholastic career … led team to state playoff berth during junior year … played for head football coach Chuck Markiewicz … also competed in basketball and baseball. Personal: Son of Nick and Andrea Elko … born July 23, 1990.

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quintin fortes

6-3 | 245| defensive end | left safety | senior | reston, va. | south lakes h.s. | sports science major

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GP UT AT TOT TFL-yds SK/yds FF FR QBH 2009 8 1 1 2 2010 8 7 9 16 1.5-6 1 1-0 2011 11 16 16 32 2.5/19 1.5/15 1-0 1 Totals 27 24 26 50 4.0-25 1.5/15 1 2-0 1

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 7 (2 solo), vs. Shaw (9/10/11) Most unassisted tackles: 4, vs. Bethune-Cookman (10/9/10) Most assists: 5, vs. Shaw (9/10/11) Most tackles-for-loss: 2 (two games) Most sacks: 1 (two games)

2011: Appeared in all 11 games … collected 32 tackles, including 16 unassisted … also credited with 2.5 tackles-for-loss (-19), 1.5 sacks (-15), one fumble recovery and a QB hurry … involved in career-high seven tackles (two solo) in 31-27 win over Shaw (Sept. 10) … had three solo tackles, including a sack (-15), in 38-21 loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … tallied five tackles (two solo), including ½ sack (-1) in 42-24 loss to North Carolina A&T (Oct. 15) … recorded a fumble recovery in 24-21 win at VMI in season finale (Sep. 3) … collected six tackles (two solo) in loss to Delaware (Sept. 17) … had four tackles (two solo) and a sack (-3) in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 29) … recorded at least two tackles in eight games. 2010: Competed in eight games … missed last three games due to injury … recorded 16 tackles, including seven solo stops … also credited with 1.5 sacks (-6), a forced fumble and a fumble recovery … recorded career-high six tackles (4 solo), including a sack (-1), in loss to BethuneCookman (Oct. 9) … collected four tackles (2 unassisted) vs. Coastal Carolina (Sept. 25) … had two tackles vs. Southern (Sept. 5), Florida A&M (Sept. 11) and Hampton (Sept. 30) … also credited with 0.5 sack vs. Florida A&M. 2009: Appeared in eight games as a reserve defensive lineman and long snapper on special teams … credited with two solo tackles during season … recorded one unassisted tackle in losses to Michigan (Oct. 17) and South Carolina State (Oct. 31) … assumed the role as the Hornets’ primary long-snapper for the rest of the season after an injury to the starter in game five at Michigan. High School: 2007 and ’08 Virginia All-State Honorable Mention … earned three varsity letters … played for head football coach John Ellenberger … also lettered in track and field … 2009 Maryland State discus champion … also competed in 200-meter dash and 1600-meter relay … Honor Roll student. Personal: Son of Michael and Lisa Fortes … also a thrower (javelin, discus) on Delaware State’s track and field team … last name is pronounced Forts … born Oct. 9, 1990 at Edwards Air Force Base, California.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-10 | 175 | junior | defensive back | landover, md. | thomas stone h.s. | sports science major

CAREER STATISTICS GP UT AT TOT INT-yds BrUp 2011 9 14 5 19 1-0 1 2010 5 2 - 2 Total 14 16 5 21 1-0 1

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 7 (6 solo), vs. SC State (9/24/11) Most unassisted tackles: 6, vs. SC State (9/24/11) Most assists: 1 (five games) Most interceptions: 1, vs. SC State (9/24/11)

anthony frye

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2011: Saw action in nine games … involved in 19 tackles, including 14 unassisted … also recorded an interception and pass break up … had career-high seven tackles (six solo) and an interception in loss to South Carolina State (Sept. 24) … tallied five tackles (four solo) and a pass break in 24-21 season opening win over VMI (Sept. 3) … had at least one tackle in eight of the nine games in which he appeared. 2010: Appeared in five games as a defensive backfield reserve and on special teams … recorded two unassisted tackles in 34-24 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 23). 2009: Did not compete. High School: Three-year varsity letterwinner at Thomas Stone HS … All-Prince George’s County (cornerback) and All-Southern Maryland Athletic Conference Second Team selection (running back and cornerback) … recorded seven interceptions to help lead Thomas Stone to SMAC No. 1 ranking in total defense during junior year … also rushed for more than 1,000 yards as a junior … played for head football coach Dan Kaple … also lettered in track & field. Personal: Son of Homer and Mary Frye … born March 17, 1990.

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jadira green

6-4 | 300 | junior | offensive line | ft. washington, md. | oxon hill h.s. | sports science major

65 2011: Mainstay along the offensive line in all 11 games … helped pave the way to a team season-high 114 yards rushing (346 total yards) in 24-21 win over VMI in his first collegiate contest (Sept. 3) … his protection helped the Hornets amass season-best 339 passing yards in 38-21 loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … earned high marks after helping lead the way to season-high 412 total yards (324 passing) in 39-36 win over Howard in season finale … credited with helping Hornets rank No. 1 in the MEAC in fewest penalties (67) and penalty yards (571). 2010: Enrolled at DSU ... sat out the season due to a knee injury. 2009: Enrolled at DSU ... did not compete. High School: Two-time All-Prince George’s County First Team selection … All-Beltway defensive lineman ... 2007 Price George’s County Playerof-the-Year ... Maryland All-State selection credited with 134 tackles, 13 sacks and a one fumble recovery as a junior in 2007 … helped lead Oxon Hill to 7-3 record and state playoff berth in ’07 … limited to two games as a senior in 2008 due to knee injury … played for head football coach Kevin Woolfolk … also lettered in wrestling … posted 23-0 wrestling record during junior year. Personal: Son of Vernon and Patricia Pearce-Green ... step-father Lee Hardwick … full name is Jadira Isaiah Green … first name is pronounced Jah-DYE-ruh … majoring in physical education (sports management minor) … born Dec. 21, 1990 in Clinton, Md.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 6-5 | 300 | sophomore | defensive line | haines, fla. | haines city h.s. | undeclared major

CAREER STATISTICS GP UT AT TOT INT-yds BrUp 2011 9 14 5 19 1-0 1 Totals 9 14 5 19 1-0 1

rodney gunter

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 10 (9 solo), vs. SC State (9/24/11) Most unassisted tackles: 9, vs. SC State (9/24/11) Most tackles-for-loss: 2, vs. Morgan State (10/24/11)

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2011: Competed in all 11 games as a true freshman … fifth on the Hornets with 39 total tackles (24 unassisted) … also fifth on the team with 4.5 tackles-for-loss (-19) … also credited with one sack (-4) and one quarterback hurry … had career-high 10 tackles (nine solo), including a backfield stop (-5), in loss to So. Carolina State (Sept. 24) … tallied six tackles (four unassisted), including two behind the line-ofscrimmage (-7), in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 29) … had three solo tackles (one TFL) and three assists in 14-7 setback to No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … recorded ½ sack vs. Shaw (Sept. 10) and Hampton (Nov. 12). High School: Football and basketball standout at Haines City HS.

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herman hinton

6-2 | 210 | senior | defensive back | landover, md. | west catholic h.s. | psychology major

CAREER STATISTICS

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G UT AT TT TL-YDS 2011 10 23 7 30 1-2 2010 10 12 9 21 1.5-6 2009 10 4 3 7 1.0-1 Total 30 39 19 58 3.5-9

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 6, vs. Bethune-Cookman (10/9/10); vs. NC Central (11/5/11) Most solo tackles: 5, vs. Norfolk State (10/8/11) Most tackles for loss: 1 (three games)

2011: Appeared in 10 contests … collected 30 tackles (23 solo), including one behind the line-of-scrimmage … tied career high with six tackles (one solo) in 14-7 loss to No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … had career high five solo tackles in 38-21 loss to eventual MEAC champ Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … recording four tackles (three unassisted), including a backfield stop (-2) in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 24) … collected three solo tackles in losses to SC State (Sept. 24), Florida A&M (Oct. 1) and Hampton (Nov. 12) … recording at least two tackles in each of the last nine games. 2010: Competed in 10 games … recorded 21 tackles, including 12 unassisted … also credited with 1.5 tackles-for-loss for minus-6 yards … had career-high six tackles (4 solo) in loss to Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 9) … tallied four solo tackles, including one backfield stop (-5), in 17-14 loss to Florida A&M (Sept. 11) … had two tackles in four other contests. 2009: Appeared in all 10 games on special teams and as a reserve defensive back … recorded seven tackles, including four solo stops … also credited with a tackle-for-loss … had two solo tackles, including one behind the line-of-scrimmage, vs. Norfolk State (Nov. 14) … also recorded two unassisted tackles in loss to South Carolina State (Oct. 31). 2008: Did not compete (freshman redshirt). At West Catholic: Helped lead team to two Philadelphia Catholic League championships … 2007 All-City and All-Catholic selection … combined for 90 tackles and eight interceptions during junior and senior years … played for head football coach Brian Fluck. Personal: Son of Kirk and Bernice Hinton … born Dec. 10, 1989.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 6-6 | 220 | junior | punter | cottbus, germany | physics major

CAREER STATISTICS G NO YDS AVG LG BLK TB FC 50+ I20 2011 11 78 2998 38.4 68 1 10 4 12 16 2010 5 30 1161 38.7 70 1 4 3 4 9 Total 16 108 4159 38.5 70 2 14 7 16 25

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most punts: 12, vs. SC State (490 yards; 9/24/11); Most punting yards: 490 vs. SC State (12 punts; 9/24/11) Longest punt: 70 yards, vs. Hampton (9/30/10) & Bethune-Cookman (10/9/10) Most punts inside 20-yard line: 3 (two games) Fair catches: 2 (two games)

marco kano

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2011: Delaware State’s starting punter in all 11 games … fourth in the MEAC in punting at 38.4 yards per kick … led all MEAC punters in attempts (78) and punting yards (2998) … placed 16 kicks inside the opponents’ 20-yard line and tallied 50-or-more yards on 12 punts, including four which covered 60-or-more yards … had season-long 68-yard boot vs. Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … recorded at least one 50-plus yard kick in eight of 11 games … had season-best 45.8 yard average (eight punts for 366 yards) in 24-21 season opening win over VMI … had two 50-plus yard kicks (high 65) and placed two punts inside the 20-yard line in VMI contest … had a 63-yard boot in 14-7 loss to NC Central (Nov. 5) … placed three kicks inside the 20-yard line vs. Shaw (Sept. 10) and South Carolina State (Sept. 24) … also collected three 50-plus yard kicks in SC State contest. 2010: Competed in the first five games as the starting punter as a true freshman … missed the last six games due to a knee injury … averaged 38.7 yards on 30 punts … had career-best 70-yard kicks vs. Hampton (Sept. 30) and Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 9) … placed nine kicks inside the opponents’ 20-yard line … had a total of four kicks of 50-or-more yards averaged season-best 48.0 yards (six punts for 288 yards) in BethuneCookman contest.

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ryan langdon

6-4 | 235 | senior | tight end | philadelphia, pa. | father judge h.s. | criminal justice major

CAREER STATISTICS

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Receiving 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP Rec Yds TD 10 3 16 0 11 11 103 0 11 12 87 0 32 26 206 0

Lg Rec/g Avg/c Avg/g 14 0.3 5.3 1.6 22 1.0 9.4 9.4 20 1.1 7.2 7.2 22 0.8 7.9 6.4

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most receptions: 4, vs. Norfolk State (11/13/10); 3 (three games) Most receiving yards: 36, vs. Morgan State (10/23/10) Longest reception: 22 yards, vs.NC Central (11/6/10) Most touchdown catches: n/a Longest TD reception: n/a

2011: Hornets’ starting tight end in each 11 game … tied for fifth on the team with 12 receptions … sixth on the club with 87 receiving yards … had season-high three catches in two games … hauled in three passes for 21 yards (long 11) in 31-27 win over Shaw (Sept. 10) … caught three passes for 15 yards (long 6) in loss to Delaware (Sept. 17) … had season-best 24 receiving yards on two catches, including a season-long 20-yard grab, in 42-24 loss to North Carolina A&T (Oct. 15). 2010: Appeared in all 11 games … recorded 11 catches for 103 yards … had career-high four receptions for 26 yards (long 9) in 31-21 loss to Norfolk State (Nov. 13) … tallied career-best 36 yards on three catches (long 15) vs. Morgan State (Oct. 23) … had a 22-yard reception in 29-7 win over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6) … recorded one reception for 16 yards vs. Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 9). 2009: Competed in all 10 games, starting three … recorded three receptions for 16 yards (long 14) … had two catches for 14 yards (long 14) in loss to South Carolina State (Oct. 31) … had a two-yard catch vs. Morgan State (Oct. 24). At Father Judge: 2008 Philadelphia All-Catholic League First Team selection and All-City Honorable Mention … competed in Philadelphia Catholic vs. Public All-Star Game … helped lead Crusaders to division title and Catholic League championship game appearance … had 14 receptions for 272 yards during senior season in 2008 … played for head football coach Tom Coyle … also lettered in basketball. Personal: Son of Jim and Maggie Langdon … born Jan. 25, 1991 in Philadelphia, Pa.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 6-2 | 240 | redshirt sophomore | defensive line | virginia beach, va. | tallwood h.s.

byron lewis

50 2011: Sat out season while recovering from knee injury suffered during 2010 season … granted medical redshirt. 2010: Appeared in two games … sat out the last eight games due to knee injury suffered in Coastal Carolina contest (Sept. 25) …credited with three tackles, including one solo stop, before injury in Coastal Carolina game … also appeared in Southern contest (Sept. 5), but did not record any statistics. At Tallwood: Helped lead team to Virginia HSL Group AAA Eastern Region Div. 6 playoffs. … selected to play in 2008 Virginia East/West All-Star Game … 2006 Virginia Beach Honorable Mention … four-year letterman … recorded 186 tackles, 13 sacks, 31 tackles-for-loss, 22 QB hurries and one blocked punt returned for touchdown during scholastic career … played for head football coach Thad Harold. Personal: Son of Mark and Treley Lewis … cousin of Jimmy Smith, former All-Pro with NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars … has earned numerous awards in international swimming competitions … competed in European Forces Swim League Championships in Munich, Germany, placing sixth in his age group in Europe swim finals … awarded letter of recognition from Food Bank of Southeastern Virginia for volunteer work … born Sept. 15, 1990.

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tyler loomis

6-3 | 280 | sophomore | offensive line | felton, del. | lake forest h.s. | criminal justice major

73 2011: Earned valuable experience as a reserve. High School: 2010 All-Henlopen Conference selection and All-State Honorable Mention … helped lead Spartans to 2010 Henlopen South Championship and State Tournament berth … selected to compete in 2011 Delaware Blue-Gold High School All-Star Game … helped pave the way for 2010 Delaware High School Offensive Player-of-the-Year Quadir Bryant to rush for more than 2,100 yards and 33 touchdowns during the 2010 season.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-11 | 200 | linebacker | junior | mt. vernon, n.y. | mt. vernon h.s. | physical education major

CAREER STATISTICS G UT AT TT TL-yds INT-yds BrUp 2011 10 19 4 23 2-10 1-0 1 Total 10 19 4 23 2-10 1-0 1

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 10, vs. NC Central (11/5/11) Most solo tackles: 8, vs. NC Central (11/5/11) Most tackles for loss: 2, vs. Howard (11/19/11)

davon moore

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2011: Competed in 10 games … recorded 23 total tackles, including 19 solo stops … also credited with two tackles-for-loss, one interception and one pass break up … second on the team with career-high 10 tackles, including eight unassisted, in 14-7 loss to North Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … had two tackles, first career interception and a pass break-up in loss to Hampton (Nov. 12) … recorded six tackles (each unassisted), including two behind the line-of-scrimmage (-10) in 39-36 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 19) … collected two unassisted tackles in loss to So. Carolina State (Sep. 24). High School: All-conference and all-county defensive back at Mt. Vernon HS … recorded 65 tackles, six interceptions and two fumble recoveries during senior year … played for head football coach Ric Wright … also lettered in track & field … member of All-America 800 and 1600-meter relay teams … all-league and all-county in 600-meter run Personal: Son of Twana Patrick and Michael Williams … born June 28, 1992.

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nail muradymov

6-8 | 300 | senior | offensive line | burtonsville, md. | paint branch h.s. | management major

78 2012: One of the Hornets top returning linemen … entering his third season as a starter. 2011: Appeared in 10 as a starting offensive tackle … helped lead the Hornets to a season-high 114 yards rushing (346 total yards) in 24-21 win over VMI (Sept. 3) … contributed to a season-best 339 passing yards in 38-21 loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … earned high marks after helping lead the way to season-high 412 total yards (324 passing) in 39-36 win over Howard in season finale … credited with helping Hornets rank No. 1 in the MEAC in fewest penalties (67) and penalty yards (571). 2010: Started nine games as right offensive tackle … helped lead the Hornets to MEAC No. 1 ranking in passing offense (248.9 ypg), No. 3 in scoring offense (24.7 ppg), No. 3 in third down conversions (37.5%) and No. 4 in total offense (342.3) … helped pave the way to a seasonhigh 172 rushing yards in the Hornets’ 29-7 victory over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6) … earned high marks for performance in Hornets’ 421yard effort vs. Howard (Nov. 20) … helped lead DSU to 351 total yards (156 rushing) in 31-26 victory over No. Carolina A&T. 2009: Started all 10 games at left tackle … earned high marks after helping lead the Hornets to 315 passing yards (410 total yards) in 30-20 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 21) … helped pave the way to season-high 172 yards rushing in 21-16 loss to Norfolk State (Nov. 14) … graded well in Hornets’ 343-yard effort vs. Delaware (208 passing/135 rushing). 2008: Enrolled at Delaware State … did not compete. High School: 2006 All-Gazette and All-Sentinel First Team selection … two-year starter at offensive line … played on offense and defense as a junior … also competed in basketball and volleyball. Personal: Son of Rinat and Rima Muradymov … native of Kazakhstan … lived in Czech Republic for two years … moved to U.S. at age 12 … works at a Maryland bio-tech firm during summers … born July 22, 1988.

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aaron richardson

6-1 | 240 | senior | linebacker | washington, d.c. | st. john’s h.s. | criminal justice major

CAREER STATISTICS

G UT AT TT TL-YDS SK-YDS FF FR-YDS PD QBH 2011 11 16 6 22 1.5-9 0.5-4 1 0 0 2 2010 11 16 11 27 4.5-22 1.5-14 0 1-0 1 1 2009 10 5 4 9 3.0-9 1.0-7 0 0 0 0 Total 32 37 21 58 9.0-40 3.0-25 1 1-0 1 3

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 8, vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Most solo tackles: 5, vs. Hampton (11/12/11); Howard (11/20/10) Most tackles for loss: 2, vs. Howard (11/20/10) Most sacks: 1.5, vs. Howard (11/20/10)

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2011: Completed in all 11 games … credited with 22 total tackles, including 16 unassisted … also recorded 1.5 tackles-for-loss, ½ sack, two quarterback hurries and one forced fumble … had career-high eight tackles (five solo) in loss to Hampton (Nov. 12) … also recorded 1.5 tackles-for-loss (-9), including ½ sack (-4) in Hampton contest … collected three tackles (each unassisted) in loss to North Carolina A&T (Oct. 15) … recorded three tackles (two solo) and a forced fumble vs. Delaware (Sept. 17). 2010: Appeared in all 11 games ... recorded 27 total tackles, including 16 solo stops ... also credited with 4.5 tackles-for-loss (-22), 1.5 sacks (-14), one pass break-up, a pass deflection and a fumble recovery ... had five solo tackles, including two backfield stops (-7) in 53-33 win over Howard (Nov. 20) ... collected three unassisted tackles and a break-up vs. Norfolk State (Nov. 13) ... credited with four tackles (two solo), a tackle-for-loss and a sack in loss to Florida A&M (Sept. 11). 2009: Competed in 10 games ... credited with nine tackles, including 5 unassisted ... had season-high five tackles (3 solo), including one behind the line-of-scrimmage (-1), vs. Michigan (Oct. 17). High School: All-conference first team selection during senior year ... all-conference second team as a junior and third team during sophomore season ... recorded nine sacks in junior and senior years ... team leader in tackles-for-loss as junior and senior ... played for head football coach Joe Patterson ... also earned three letters in basketball ... all-conference third team basketball selection. Personal: Son of Michael and Maxine Richardson ... full name is Aaron Mychal Richardson ... cousin of Arizona Cardinals and former University of Delaware tight end Ben Patrick ... born Jan. 30, 1990 in Washington, D.C.

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marquis spann

6-0 | 200 | redshir tsenior | linebacker | paterson, n.j. | john f. kennedy h.s. | psychology major

CAREER STATISTICS

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G UT AT TT 2009 6 3 2 5 2010 6 3 7 10 2011 9 7 4 11 Totals 21 13 13 26

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 5, vs. Morgan State (10/24/11) Most solo tackles: 2 (three games)

2011: Saw action in nine games …recorded 11 tackles, including seven solo stops … had season high five tackles (one solo) in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 24) … recorded two solo tackles in loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8). 2010: Competed in six games … recorded 10 tackles, including three solo stops … had career-high four tackles in 29-7 victory over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6) … collected two solo tackles and assisted on another in win over Howard (Nov. 20) …had a solo tackle and assist vs. South Carolina State (Oct. 30). 2009: Appeared in six games as a reserve in the secondary and on special teams … credited with five tackles, including three solo stops … recorded two unassisted tackles in 21-12 loss to Florida A&M in season opener (Sept. 5) … had one solo tackle and assisted on another in 30-20 win over Howard (Nov. 21). 2008: Did not compete. High School: 2007 All-Burlington County and All-League selection … recorded 110 career tackles and nine interceptions … also had 24 receptions for 500 yards and three touchdowns as a receiver … played for head football coach Ron Jackson. Personal: Son of Michelle Spann and Marvin Brown … born Sept. 19, 1989.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-11 | 180 | redshirt senior | defensive back | lanham, md. | eleanor roosevelt h.s. | sport science major

CAREER STATISTICS G UT AT TT TFL-yds INT-yds BU BLK 2009 9 4 3 7 2010 11 28 27 55 3.5-7 2-9 6 1 2011 3 13 3 16 1.0-1 1-0 2 0 Totals 22 45 33 78 4.5-8 3-9 8 1

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most total tackles: 11, vs. SC State (10/30/10) Most solo tackles: 6 (two games), vs. SC State (10/30/10); vs. Norfolk St. (11/13/10) Most tackles for loss: 1.5 (-4), vs. Southern (9/5/10) Most interceptions: 1 (three games) Longest INT return: 9 yds. , vs. Morgan State (10/23/10)

matt spicer

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2011: Limited to three games due knee injury suffered in week three contest at Delaware … recorded 16 total tackles, including 13 unassisted … also credited with one tackle-for-loss, one sack, an interception and two pass break ups … had six tackles (five solo), including a sack (-1), in loss to Delaware (Sept. 17) … tallied six tackles (four unassisted), an interception and pass break-up in 24-21 season-opening win over VMI (Sept. 3) … collected four solo tackles and a pass breakup in 31-27 win over Shaw (Sept. 10). 2010: Competed in all 11 games … fifth on the Hornets with 55 total tackles … tied for sixth on the team with 28 solo tackles … shared team lead with two interceptions … also credited with 3.5 tackles for loss, six pass break ups and one blocked kick … had career-high 11 tackles (six unassisted) in 38-21 loss to South Carolina State (Oct. 30) … recorded six solo tackles and assisted on four others in loss to Norfolk State (Nov. 13) … had two solo tackles, including one behind the line-of-scrimmage, and returned an interception nine yards for a touchdown in 34-24 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 23) … credited with six tackles (four solo), including 1.5 in the backfield, and a pass break up vs. Southern in MEAC/SWAC Challenge in Orlando, Fla. (Sept. 5) … recorded in his career interception vs. Coastal Carolina (Sept. 25) … had six tackles (4 solo) and two pass break ups in 53-43 victory over Howard in season finale (Nov. 20) … contributed three tackles (2 solo), a tackle-for-loss (-2) and a pass break-up to 29-7 win over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6) … had at least two tackles in all 11 games. 2009: Appeared in nine games as a reserve defensive back and on special teams … recorded seven tackles (4 unassisted) … had two tackles (each solo) in 27-17 loss to Delaware (Sept. 19) .. recorded two assisted tackles in 21-6 win at Hampton (Sept. 26). 2008: Did not compete … freshman redshirt. High School: 2007 Prince George’s County All-Star … special teams MVP … recorded more than 200 tackles … intercepted five passes, returning two for touchdowns, during senior year … team leader in forced fumbles as a junior … helped lead Eleanor Roosevelt to seven shutouts and state No. 1 ranking in total defense in 2006. Personal: Son of Marc and Debra Spicer … switched to #9 in 2010 after wearing #38 in ‘09 … born March 3, 1990 in Washington, D.C.

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travis tarpley

5-7 | 170 | redshirt senior | wide receiver | danville, va. | george washington h.s. | business major | physical therapy minor

CAREER SUPERLATIVES

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Most receptions: 13 (150 yds.), vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most receiving yards: 162 (11 rec.), vs. NC Central (11/5/11) Longest reception: 42 yards, vs. NCA&T (10/15/11) Most TD receptions: 2, vs. Howard (11/19/11) Longest TD reception: 42 yards (from Nick Elko), vs. NCA&T (10/15/11) Most rushing yards: 44, vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most rushing attempts: 9, at Hampton (11/12/11) Longest run: 45 yds., vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most kickoff return yards: 85 (1 ret.), vs. Bethune-Cookman (10/10/09) Longest kickoff return: 85 yds., vs. Bethune-Cookman (10/10/09) Longest punt return: 39 yds., vs. Shaw (9/10/11) Most punt return yards: 41, vs. Shaw (9/10/11) Most all-purpose yards: 239, vs. Howard (150 rec. yds./45 rush yds./29 KOR/16 PR); 11/19/11

2012: 2012 College Football Performance Award (CFPA) Kickoff Returner/All-Purpose Player-of-the-Year candidate. 2011: Appeared in all 11 games … set DSU single season record with 66 receptions … had 736 receiving yards, 10th- best single-season mark in team history …MEAC leader in all-purpose yards (1586) and all-purpose yards per game (144.1 pg) … all-purpose yardage total was second-best single-season mark in team history … second in the MEAC in receiving yards (66.8 pg) and tied for second in receptions (6.0 pg) … sixth in the league in kickoff returns (20.5 ypr) … named MEAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week after setting DSU single-game mark with 13 receptions for 150 yards and two touchdowns in 39-36 win over Howard in 2011 finale (Nov. 19) … also had career-high 239 all-purpose yards in Howard contest, ninth best single-game total in team history (150 rec. yds./44 rush yds./29 KOR yds./16 PR yds.) … in addition, had career-best 45-yard run and career-high 44 rushing yards vs. Howard … had 11 catches for career-best 162 yards vs. NC Central (Nov. 5) … also rushed for 41 yards on seven carries (long 13) in NC Central contest … hauled in nine passes for 121 yards, including a career-best 42-yard catch (TD), in 42-24 loss to North Carolina A&T (Oct. 15) … collected five receptions for 76 yards, including a 37-yard touchdown, in 24-21 win over VMI in season-opener (Sept. 3) … had six catches for 57 yards (long 19) vs. Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … had at least two catches in each game … third on the Hornets with 116 rushing yards … recorded season-long kickoff return (43 yds.) and career-best punt return (39 yards) vs. Shaw (Sept. 10) … returned five kickoffs for career-best 140 yards (long 34) vs. Hampton (Nov. 12) … returned six kickoff for 120 yards (long 35) vs. Delaware (Sept. 17) … had five kickoff returns of 30-or-more yards… totaled 652 all-purpose yards in final three games of the season (217.3 pg) … recorded at least 100 all-purpose yards in nine games … second on the Hornets with 34 points (5 TDs; 2 conversions) … also credited with four tackles, each unassisted … had two-point conversion catches vs. VMI (Sept. 3) and Shaw (Sept. 10).

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2010: Competed in all 11 games as a wide receiver and kick returner … tied for fourth on the Hornets with 24 receptions (2.2 rpg) … fifth on the team with 278 receiving yards (11.6 ypc) … also had one touchdown catch … returned 21 kickoffs for 475 yards (long 78) … also returned 8 punts for 73 yards (long 29) … had career-high seven catches for 64 yards (long 19) in 34-24 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 23) … collected three receptions for a personal best 72 yards, including a career-long 31 yard grab, in 53-43 win over Howard (Nov. 20) … had three catches for 34 yards, including his first collegiate touchdown catch (17 yards), in 38-21 loss to South Carolina State (Oct. 30) … hauled in four passes for 45 yards (long 19) in 20-14 loss to Hampton 2012 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE


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2012 PLAYER BIOS Receiving 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP Rec Yds TD 10 5 49 0 11 24 278 1 11 66 736 4 32 95 1,063 5

Lg Rec/g Avg/c Avg/g 30 0.5 9.8 4.9 31 2.2 11.5 25.3 42 6.0 11.2 66.9 42 3.0 11.2 33.2

Rushing 2011 Totals

GP Att Yds Avg TD Lg Avg./g 11 27 116 4.3 1 45 10.5 11 27 116 4.3 1 45 10.5

(Sept. 30) … also returned opening kickoff 78 yards (season best) in Hampton contest … had a 22-yard reception in 29-7 victory over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6) … returned two kickoffs for 53 yards (long 36) in season opening loss to Southern in MEAC/SWAC Challenge in Orlando, Fla. (Sept. 5) … had a career best 29 yard punt return vs. NC Central (Nov. 6). 2009: Appeared in all 10 games as a return specialist and wide receiver … ranked 10th among all FCS players with 26.3 kickoff return average ... did not have enough attempts to qualify among MEAC kickoff return leaders … returned 18 kickoffs for 474 yards … returned opening kickoff 85 yards in loss to Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 10) … recorded 79 kickoff return yards, including a 41-yarder, in victory over Winston-Salem State (Nov. 7) … returned a kickoff 38 yards in 30-20 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 21) … had six kickoff returns of 30-or-more yards … also credited with five receptions for 49 yards … had a career-best 30-yard reception in win over Howard (Nov. 21).

Kickoff returns 2009 2010 2011 Totals

G No. Yds. Avg. Tds. 10 18 474 26.3 0 11 21 475 22.6 0 11 33 678 20.5 0 32 72 1627 22.6 0

Lg. 85 78 43 85

Punt returns 2010 2011 Totals

G No. Yds. Avg. Tds. 11 8 73 9.1 0 11 8 56 7.0 0 22 16 129 8.1 0

Lg. 29 39 39

High School: Member of three Western Valley District championship teams (2004, ’06, ’07) … Virginia All-State Second Team (DB & KR) … All-Western Valley District First Team (WR, DB, KR) … career stats include: 53 receptions for 1520 yards and 18 touchdowns … returned six kicks for touchdowns … had 28 rushing attempts for 801 yards and three scores … 2006 & ’07 Team MVP … played for head football coach Dan Newell … also competed in basketball … helped lead hoops team to three Western Valley District titles (2004-07) and state runnerup in 2006-07. Personal: Son of Freddie and Lauren Tarpley … active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes … participated in 2009 spring break mission trip to Ocean Springs, Miss., to help rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina … switched to #5 in 2010 after wearing #15 in 2009 … born Jan. 23, 1989.

2008: Freshman redshirt … did not compete.

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thomas threadgill

6-5 | 290 | senior | defensive line | frederick, md. | frederick h.s. | secondary education major

76 2011: Appeared in all 11 games … … helped pave the way to a team season-high 114 yards rushing (346 total yards) in 24-21 win over VMI (Sep. 3) … helped Hornets amass season-best 339 passing yards in 38-21 loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … earned high marks after helping lead the way to season-high 412 total yards (324 passing) in 39-36 win over Howard in season finale … credited with helping Hornets rank No. 1 in the MEAC in fewest penalties (67) and penalty yards (571). 2010: Competed in 10 games as starting left tackle … helped lead the Hornets to MEAC No. 1 ranking in passing offense (248.9 ypg), No. 3 in scoring offense (24.7 ppg), No. 3 in third down conversions (37.5%) and No. 4 in total offense (342.3) … helped pave the way to a seasonhigh 172 rushing yards in the Hornets’ 29-7 victory over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6) … earned high marks for performance in Hornets’ 421yard effort vs. Howard (Nov. 20) … helped lead DSU to 351 total yards (156 rushing) in 31-26 victory over No. Carolina A&T. 2009: Appeared in five games, four of which were DSU victories … competed in 35-22 homecoming win over Morgan State (Oct. 24) … logged several minutes off the bench in 30-20 victory over Howard (Nov. 21) … also saw action in DSU victories over Hampton (Sept. 26) and Winston-Salem State (Nov. 7). 2008: Did not compete … also worked out as a defensive lineman for the Hornets. High School: Played two seasons at Frederick High School after family moved from New Mexico … tops on the team in sacks (8) and second in total tackles (157) during senior year ... also competed in track & field … fourth in 2007 state shot put tournament … All-Piedmont Conference First Team in shot put as a junior and senior. Personal: Son of James and Krystal Threadgill … born May 29, 1989.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 6-1 | 180 | sophomore | placekicker | san ramone, calif. | dougherty valley h.s. | undecided major

CAREER STATISTICS

mitchell ward

FGs FG-A PCT 0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 LG BLK XP 2011 4-8 .500 0-0 2-2 2-5 0-1 0-0 35 2 15-18 Totals 4-8 .500 0-0 2-2 2-5 0-1 0-0 35 2 15-18

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most field goals: 1 (four games) Longest FG: 35 yards, vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most XPs: 4, vs. Howard (11/19/11)

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2011: Hornets’ starting placekicker in all 11 games … third on the team in scoring with 27 points … connected on 4-of-8 field goal attempts and 15-of-18 extra-point kicks … nailed career-best 35-yard field on his lone attempt in 39-36 win over Howard (Nov. 19) … was successful on his first collegiate field goal attempt (24 yds.) in 24-21 win over VMI in season opener (Sept. 3) … hit 25-yard field goal on his attempt in loss to North Carolina A&T (Oct. 15) … had career-best four extra-point kicks (4-for-4) vs. Howard … was 3-for-3 on extra-point tries vs. NCA&T. High School: Competed in football, soccer and track & field at Dougherty Valley High. Personal: Son of Tim and Penny Ward … born and raised in England … family moved to the U.S. when he was 14.

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elbie williams

6-0 | 230 | sophomore | linebacker | clinton, md. | dematha h.s. | movement science major

48 2011: Appeared in eight games as a true freshman … recorded five tackles, including three unassisted … had two solo tackles in the Hornets’ 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 24). High School: Three-year varsity letter winner at DeMatha … 2010 All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) First Team, AllD.C./Maryland/Virginia Region and All-D.C.-Metro Honorable Mention selection … member of DeMatha’s 2008 WCAC championship team … helped lead team to conference championship game appearances in 2009 and ’10 … recorded 127 tackles and five sacks as a junior and collected 96 tackles and four sacks during senior year. Personal: Son of Elbie, Jr. and Alkeisha Williams … given name is Elbie Williams III … born Oct. 12, 1993 in Washington, D.C..

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malcolm williams

5-10 | 175 | junior | runningback | reading, pa. | reading senior h.s. | management major

25 2012: Emerged from spring camp as the Hornets’ top runner. 2011: Appeared in nine games in his first season with the Hornets … had seven rushing attempts for 18 yards … also returned four kickoffs (36 yards) and one punt (19 yards) … recorded two carries for seasonhigh 10 yards (long 6) in loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … had seasonhigh 19-yard kickoff return vs. Delaware (Sept. 17) and collected 19 yards on his lone punt return vs. Shaw (Sept. 10). 2010: Enrolled at Delaware State … did not compete. High School: Two-time team captain ... played quarterback, running back, and cornerback at Reading HS... 2007 preseason SportsFever magazine All-State pick ... as a junior, had 66 carries for 342 yards and four touchdowns before missing the last four games ... also had six receptions for 116 yards (19.3 average per catch) ... as a sophomore, totaled 206 rushing yards and six touchdowns in a single game for the Red Knights ... also a two-time captain for the track and field team ... captured first place in the 40-yard dash in 4.37 seconds at the Commonwealth Sports Medicine Team Challenge ... finished third nationally in the 1000 meters ... also competed in the long jump. Personal: Born May 29, 1989 ... son of Taresa Figarow and Anthony Williams … former Temple University signee.

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milton williams

6-3 | 195 | sophomore | wide receiver | upper marlboro, md. | frederick douglas h.s. | criminal justice major

CAREER STATISTICS

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Receiving 2011 Totals

GP Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/g Avg/c Avg/g 8 15 112 1 23 1.9 7.5 12.4 8 15 112 1 23 1.9 7.5 12.4

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most receptions: 5 (27 yds.), vs. SC State (9/24/11) Most receiving yards: 44 (3 rec.), vs. Delaware (9/17/11) Longest reception: 23 yards, vs. Delaware (9/17/11) Most TD receptions: 1, vs. Florida A&M (10/1/11) Longest TD reception: 9 yards (from Nick Elko), vs. Florida A&M (10/1/11)

2011: Appeared in nine games as a true freshman … fourth on the Hornets in receptions (15) and receiving yards (112) … had three receptions for a team-high 44 yards, including a career-best 23-yard catch, in his collegiate debut at Delaware (Sept. 17) … hauled in career-high five passes for 27 yards (long 13) at So. Carolina State (Sept. 24) … had four catches for 22 yards, including his first collegiate TD (9 yards) at Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … had an 11-yard reception in loss to Hampton (Nov. 12). High School: 2010 Prince George’s County All-League … Gazette Prince George’s News All-County … ESPN Rise State Small School AllStar … Chick-Fil-A Challenge All-Star …Maryland Crab Bowl All-Star … help lead Frederick Douglas to 8-2 record and state tournament berth in 2010 … scored a touchdown on an 18-yard pass in Crab Bowl AllStar Game … had 18 receptions for 208 yards as a junior in 2009.

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2012 PLAYER BIOS 5-9 | 165 | junior | defensive back | san diego, calif. | monte vista h.s. | major undeclared

CAREER STATISTICS Rushing 2009 2010 2011 Totals

G Att. Yds Avg. Td Lg Avg/g 2 17 62 3.6 0 26 31.0 6 18 86 4.8 1 25 14.3 8 3 7 2.3 0 5 0.9 16 38 155 4.1 1 26 9.7

(Defense) 2011

G UT AT TOT BrUp 8 16 10 26 1

nick williams

CAREER SUPERLATIVES Most rushing attempts: 10, vs. Michigan (10/17/09) Most rushing yards: 48, vs. Michigan (10/17/09) Longest run: 26 yards, vs. Michigan (10/17/09) Most touchdown runs: 1, vs. Bethune-Cookman (10/9/10) Longest TD run: 22 yards, vs. Bethune-Cookman (10/9/10) Most receptions: 2 (five games) Longest reception: 23 yards, vs. Howard (11/20/10) Most receiving yards: 29 yards, vs. Howard (11/20/10) Most Touchdown receptions: 1, vs. Norfolk State (11/13/10) Longest TD reception: 3 yards (from A. Glaud), vs. Norfolk St. (11/13/10) Most tackles: 9, vs. NC Central (11/5/11) Most solo tackles: 5, vs. NC Central (11/5/11) Longest kickoff return: 41 yds., vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Most kickoff return yards: 54 (2 att.) vs. Hampton (11/12/11)

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2012: Will begin season as full-time cornerback after switching to the position midway through 2011 campaign.. 2011: Competed in eight games … began season as a runningback … switched to the defensive secondary at mid-season … recorded 26 total tackles, including 16 unassisted … also credited with one pass break-up …had career-high nine tackles (five solo) and a pass break-up in 14-7 loss to North Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … recorded seven tackles (four unassisted) in 12-0 loss to Morgan State … collected four solo tackles and an assist in 39-36 victory over Howard (Nov. 19) .. as a runningback, recorded seven yards on three carries (long 5) … also returned four kickoffs for 95 yards, including a career-best 41 yard return vs. Hampton (Nov. 12) … also had a 27-yard kickoff return vs. Shaw (Sept. 10). 2010: Competed in six games … third on the Hornets with 86 yards rushing … had one rushing touchdown … also recorded 11 receptions for 72 yards and one touchdown … rushed for season-high 53 yards (long 25), including his first collegiate touchdown (22 yards), in loss to Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 9) … also had two catches for 12 yards, long 10, in Bethune-Cookman contest … collected 17 yards rushing on six carries (long 7) vs. Coastal Carolina (Sept. 25) … had two receptions for 16 yards (long 13), including his first career touchdown catch (3 yards) in 31-21 loss to Norfolk State (Nov. 13) … recorded a career-best 29 yards on two receptions, including a personal high 23 yard catch, in 53-43 win over Howard (Nov. 20) … also returned two kickoffs for 23 yards (long 13). 2009: Appeared in two games before suffering season ending ankle injury in game six vs. Morgan State (Oct. 24) … was starting tailback in Morgan State contest … rushed for 62 yards on 17 attempts (3.6 ypc) with a long run of 26 yards … had 10 carries for 48 yards, with a long run of 26, at Michigan (Oct. 17) … rushed for 14 yards on seven carries (long 5) before the injury vs. Morgan State. High School: 2008 All-East County Second Team selection at Monte Vista H.S. … rushed for 900 yards and 12 touchdowns, had 300 receiving yards and two TD catches and recorded 300 kickoff return yards and 1 kick return touchdown during senior year … also recorded five interceptions and 16 pass break-ups as a senior in 2008 … played for head football coach Page Culver … also competed in the 100-meter dash and 200-meter dash for school’s a track and field team … had top time of 10.8 seconds in 100 and 22.2 sec. in 200. Personal: Son of Denise and Corey Mason … cousin of former Dallas Cowboys cornerback Lenny Williams … given name is Charednick Williams … born Nov. 25, 1990 in Lake Charles, La. DSUHORNETS.COM | FACEBOOK.COM/DSUATHLETICS | TWITTER.COM/DSUATHLETICS

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justin wilson

6-1 | 185 | redshirt senior | wide receiver| windsor, conn. | windsor h.s. | business management major

CAREER SUPERLATIVES

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Most receptions: 10 (118 yds.), vs. Norfolk State (10/8/11) 9 (217 yds.), vs. Howard (11/20/10) 9 (131 yds.), vs. SC State (10/30/10) Most receiving yards: 217 (9 rec.), vs. Howard (11/20/10) Longest reception: 47 yards, vs. VMI (9/3/11) 44 yards, vs. Howard (11/20/10) Longest touchdown catch: 47 yards (from Nick Elko), vs. VMI (9/3/11)

2012: Enters senior season as No. 5 on the Hornets’ career receptions list (122) and No. 8 in receiving yards (1600). 2011: MEAC Preseason Player-of-the-Year and All-MEAC First Team … Phil Steele Preseason All-MEAC First Team … competed in eight games … missed three games due to an ankle injury … tied for second in the MEAC in receptions per game (6.0) … tallied 54 catches (fifth best in tea history) for 563 yards and six touchdowns … team leader in touchdowns (6) and points (36) … had career-high 10 receptions for 118 yards (long 32), including a 15-yard touchdown, vs. Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … had six catches for 110 yards (long 47) and two touchdowns (47, 7) in 24-21 win over VMI in season opener (Sept. 3) … hauled in eight passes for 101 yards (long 28), including an 11-yard touchdown, in 39-36 victory over Howard in season finale … had nine receptions for 75 yards (long 23), including an 11-yard TD grab in 14-7 loss to NC Central (Nov. 5) … tallied six catches for 32 yards, including a five-yard touchdown, in 31-27 win over Shaw (Sept. 10) … had at least five catches in seven of the eight games in which he appeared, and six-or-more receptions in six contests. 2010: All-MEAC First Team selection … first player in MEAC history to lead the league in receptions (59), receiving yards (937) and TD catches (11) in same season … ranked 16th among all NCAA-FCS players in receiving yards (85.2 pg) and tied for 35th in receptions (5.4 pg) … set Delaware State single-season record for receptions (59) … recorded third-best mark in team history for receiving yards (937) and tied for third in touchdown catches (11) … had career-highs of 217 yards (second best in team history) and four touchdowns (34, 24, 26, 27), and tied career-best with nine catches in 53-43 win over Howard (Nov. 20) … also had career-long 44-yard catch in Howard contest … tied career-high with nine receptions for 131 yards and a touchdown (22 yards) in loss to SC State (Oct. 30) … tallied eight catches for 129 yards (long 32) in 29-7 win over NC Central (Nov. 6) … had three receptions for 77 yards and two touchdowns (30, 25) in 31-26 victory over North Carolina A&T (Oct. 16) … hauled in seven passes for 92 yards (long 25) and two touchdowns (25, 16) in loss to Norfolk State (Nov. 13) … recorded six receptions for 66 yards, including a 23-yard touchdown on a throw from fellow receiver Darius Jackson, in 20-14 loss to Hampton (Sept. 30) … had career-best 38 yard touchdown catch vs. Southern in MEAC/SWAC Challenge in Orlando, Fla. (Sept. 5) … tallied four receptions for 56 yards (long 26) in loss to Morgan State (Oct. 23) … also had four catches vs. BethuneCookman (47 yards), Florida A&M (46) and Coastal Carolina (38) … had at least one catch in all 11 games and three-or-more receptions in 10 games … had at least one touchdown catch in six games …

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2012 PLAYER BIOS Receiving 2009 2010 2011 Totals

GP Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/g Avg/c Avg/g 9 9 100 0 42 1.0 11.1 11.9 11 59 937 11 44 5.4 15.9 85.2 8 54 563 6 47 6.8 10.4 70.4 28 122 1600 17 47 4.4 13.1 57.1

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY CAREER RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS 1. 3,007 Shaheer McBride 201 rec. 2004-07 2. 2,491 Albert Horsey 160 1996-00 3. 2,426 John Taylor 100 1982-85 4. 1,958 Tommie Mims 122 1997-00 5. 1,825 David Jones 101 1989-90 6. 1,700 Thomas Bolden 126 2001-04 7. 1,622 Darnerian McCants 83 1997-00 8 1,600 Justin Wilson 122 2009-pres. 9. 1,489 Damon Daniels 73 1995-96 10. 1,441 DeCasto Brown 97 1975-77 11. 1,380 Phil Anderson 86 1991-94

recorded three 100+ yard games and one 200+ yard game ... had 23 catches of 20-or-more yards … also credited with four kickoff returns for 62 yards (long 24).

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY CAREER RECEPTIONS LEADERS 1. 201 Shaheer McBride 3007 yds. 2004-07 2. 160 Albert Horsey 2491 1997-00 3. 138 Darius Jackson 1181 2008-11 4. 126 Thomas Bolden 1700 2001-04 5. 122 Tommie Mims 1958 1997-00 5. 122 Justin Wilson 1600 2009-pres. 7. 101 David Jones 1825 1988-90 8. 100 John Taylor 2426 1982-85 9. 97 DeCasto Brown 1441 1975-77 10. 89 Larrone Moore 1084 2008-10 11. 86 Phil Anderson 1380 1991-94

Personal: Son of Ronald and Jackie Wilson … switched to #7 this season after wearing #84 in 2009 … born Jan. 24, 1990.

2009: Competed in nine games … fifth on the team with nine receptions for 100 yards (11.1 ypr) … had career-best 42-yard reception (2nd longest on the team) in loss to Michigan (Oct. 17) … led the Hornets with four receptions for 55 yards in Michigan contest … hauled in two passes for 32 yards (long 25) in win over Howard (Nov. 21) … had a 12-yard catch in win over Morgan State (Oct. 24). 2008: Did not compete (freshman redshirt). High School: A three-sport standout at Windsor HS … a Connecticut All-State and all-conference football selection … played for head football coach Mark Welch … also lettered in basketball and track & field … earned Connecticut and New England championships in the long jump and triple jump … also helped lead Windsor to state and New England track and field team championships … ranked No. 1 sophomore in the nation (long jump, triple jump) … a Connecticut All-State and all-conference basketball selection.

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clark mccready

6-5 | 250 | defensive end | toronto, ontario | fork union m.a. | pickering h.s. | business major | psychology minor

6-3 | 275 | offensive line | hollidaysburg, pa. | hollidaysburg area senior h.s. | secondary/special education major

Competed in nine games (seven starts) at Fork Union Military Academy … helped lead Fork Union to 8-1 record in 2011 … selected as Most Improved Defensive Player as a sophomore and senior at Pickering HS … recorded 19 tackles (eight solo) and three sacks as a senior at Pickering … son of Raymond and Claudette Anderson … four-year Honor Roll student … played for head coach Cameron Lee at Pickering HS … plans to major in business; minor in psychology at DSU

2011 All-WPIAL, All-County and All-Area First Team selection … 2011 Team Most Valuable Player … selected to compete in Pennsylvania East/West All-Star Game … 2010 All-WPIAL Second Team … helped lead Hollidaysburg to 2010 state playoffs … son of Terry and Nancy McCready … played for head coach John Barton at Hollidaysburg … also lettered in track & field, and wrestling … born March 21, 1994 in Columbia, Md. … plans to major in secondary/special education at DSU.

rashawn barrett

6-2 | 205 | strong safety | montclair, n.j. | montclair h.s.

2011 Essex Conference First Team and All-State Second Team selection … helped lead Montclair to 11-1 record and state championship game appearance … played for head football coach John Fiore … son of Michelle Barrett … also lettered in track & field.

willie bolden iv

6-1 | 195 | defensive back | brunswick, ga. | brunswick h.s. | sports management major

Two-way standout at Brunswick High … 2011 All-Area and All-State Honorable Mention … recorded 70 tackles, 1100 all-purpose yards and 12 TDs during 2011 season … 2010 All-Region selection … helped lead Brunswick to two regional championships (2010-11) .. team was sixth in final 2010 Associated Press poll … son of Willie and Sheila Bolden played for head football coach Victor Floyd at Brunswick HS … plans to major in sports management at DSU.

james boone

6-1 | 183 | wide receiver | st. cloud, fla. | st. cloud h.s.

Originally signed with Colorado State University … No. 6 wide receiver and No. 29 overall prospect on the Orlando Sentinel’s all-Central Florida Top 100 ... four-year letterman at St. Cloud High School, he established the Osceola County records for receptions in a career and season...played quarterback, running back, cornerback and safety, but excelled as a wide out, authoring back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons to close his prep career... earned three consecutive first-team all-Orange Belt Conference and all-Osceola County selections (2007-09), and two straight offensive team MVP awards, for a Bulldogs squad that went 16-7 from 2008-09...combined as a junior and senior, had 115 catches for 2,227 yards (19.4 avg.) and 15 TDs, including four of 80-or-more yards...scored nearly 30 career touchdowns, 11 on the ground...county Offensive Player of the Year (Osceola News-Gazette) as a senior, also earned first-team all-state, first-team all-Central Florida (Orlando Sentinel), and Pinellas County/Florida Athletic Coaches Association first-team all-district honors, helping St. Cloud to a runner-up finish in its district.

dae-hon cheung

5-9 | 170 | running back | coatesville, pa. | coatesville area senior h.s.

2011 All-Southeast Pennsylvania, All-Area and All-Chesmont National Division First Team selection … Chesmont Conference Offensive Back-of- the-Year … rushed for 1902 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior … ran for more than 3000 yards and 35 touchdowns during scholastic career … played for head Coach Matt Ortega at Coatesville.

jeff gay

6-1 | 265 | defensive line | jacksonville, fla. | atlantic coast h.s.

2011 Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-District First Team and All-First Coast Second Team selection … recorded 18 tackles-for-loss, including 10 sacks in 2011 … helped lead Atlantic Coast HS to 6-4 record in its first season of varsity competition … competed at nose guard and defensive end … played for head coach Kevin Sullivan at Atlantic Coast HS … also considered South Alabama, Richmond and Middle Tennessee.

trey allen hall

6-2 | 190 | quarterback | hamilton, n.j. | nottingham h.s.

esayah obado

Passed for 3,690 yards and 42 touchdowns, while rushing for 615 yards and 11 scores during his scholastic career … named to 2010 12th Man TD Club, WJFL/CVC and All-Area First Team after passing for 2075 yards and 24 touchdowns during junior season … also named to 2010 Super 100 Junior Football Players in New Jersey by the N.J. Football Coaches Association … was third player in Mercer County history to pass for more than 2000 yards in a season … passed for 1545 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior … completed schoolrecord 62.4% of his passes during 2011 season … also rushed for 525 yards and eight scores in 2011 … All-Area and All-County First Team selection during senior year … played for head football coach John Adams at Nottingham HS … also lettered in track & field.

nate ortiz

6-4 | 235 | tight end | jersey city, n.j. | st. anthony h.s.

Two-way standout at St. Anthony’s (TE/DE) … 2011 All-Hudson County and All-State (nonpublic) First Team selection … 2011 North vs. South All-Star Game finalist … 2010 AllHudson County First Team … played for head football coach Sean Fallon at St. Anthony’s … also considered Rutgers, Youngstown State and New Hampshire … son of Nate Turner and Marybeth Hartwig.

gabe sherrod

6-4 | 210 | multiple | perryville, md. | perryville h.s.

Competed at quarterback and on defense at Perryville … 2011 First Team All-Cecil County and All-Conference selection … accounted for more than 2200 yards to rank fifth in total offense in Maryland … passed for 20 touchdowns during senior season … also 1000 point basketball scorer.

6-2 | 275 | offensive line | jersey city, n.j. | st. peter’s prep

keon williams

2011 All-Hudson County, All-Non Public and All-Area selection … helped lead St. Peter’s to four consecutive conference championships and state playoff appearances … team advanced to state playoff one championship game and three other semifinal appearances … St. Peter’s finished in the New Jersey Top 10 in three of his four seasons and was preseason national No. 15 prior to junior year … All-Hudson County Second Team as a junior … helped lead team to 33-12 record during his scholastic career … played for head coach Rich Hansen at St. Peter’s … son of Keith and Minnie Williams … born July 6, 1994 in Jersey City, N.J. … bench pressed 415 lbs. and 765 squat (3x) as a senior … also competes as a boxer … has 6-0 record in the ring.

rashard williams

5-9 | 180 | running back | philadelphia, pa. | valley forge military academy

Rushed for 1400 yards and 12 touchdowns in six games for Valley Forge Military in 2011.

5-11 | 200 | running back | beaver falls, pa. | beaver falls h.s.

2011 Western Penn. Top 22 and All-State Honorable Mention … third player in Beaver Falls HS history to rush for more than 4,000 yards … helped lead team to state playoff semifinals in 2011 and a 2010 playoff berth … played for head football coach Ryan Matsook at Beaver Falls … son of Meredith Hall … born April 29, 1993 in Beaver Falls, Pa. ... uncle Larry Bradley played football at Vanderbilt University.

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kermit blount

HC Blount is in his second year at Delaware State University. He was introduced by DSU President Harry L. Williams as head coach of the Hornets on Feb. 4, 2011. Despite a 3-8 record in Blount’s first season with the Hornets, the team showed noticeable improvement on the field and in the classroom. DSU closed out the 2011 season with a 39-36 win over Howard, which featured one of the nation’s stingiest defenses entering the contest. The Hornets racked up 412 total yards, including 324 by the pass during the game. The Bison were third among all FCS schools in pass defense (141.3 ypg) and fourth in total defense (288.5 ypg) prior to the contest. Blount’s 2011 Delaware State team was also the most disciplined in the MEAC. The Hornets were No. 1 in the league in fewest penalties (67) and penalty yards (570) last season. In the classroom, 13 members of the 2011 Hornets earned MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic recognition. The team’s combined grade point average also improved by 0.75 percentage points during the season. Blount has more than 28 years of collegiate coaching experience, including 16 as the head football coach for Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina.

head coach | second season | b.s. winston-salem state university ‘80 | richmond, va.

1999 1999 2000 2000 2000

CIAA Coach of the Year D.C. Pigskin Coach of the Year CIAA Coach of the Year D.C. Pigskin Coach of the Year 100 Percent Wrong Club Coach of the Year

It didn’t take long for Blount to earn the respect of the Hornet players and the Delaware State University family. He quickly became an ambassador for the University and the football program throughout the region, in addition to establishing new academic, training, practice and accountability policies for the team. Along the way, he found time to attract a top-notch staff of assistant coaches and support personnel to DSU. Despite just a few weeks to prepare, Blount also directed the Hornets to a successful 2011 spring camp, during which time, new offensive and defensive formations were installed. During his tenure at Winston-Salem, Coach Blount had a career record 91-87-3, which included his final 2009 season with the Rams in which he led the team to an 8-2 record. He guided the Rams to two Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Championships and a total of three CIAA Championship game appearances. He also led WinstonSalem to two Pioneer Bowl appearances, one of which the team emerged as the victor (1999). Blount is the winningest coach in the history of the Winston-Salem State football program. In fact, he reached the top of the list with a 28-27 come-from-behind win against Delaware State in Dover, Del., in 2008. He has also led the Rams to 25 percent of their conference championships, directing WSSU to two of its eight conference titles

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2012 DSU COACHING STAFF as a head coach and to two more conference titles as a quarterback on the team’s 1977 and 1978 squads. Blount was honored as the CIAA Coach of the Year and as the Washington D.C. Pigskin Coach of the Year, as well as the 100% Wrong Club Coach of the Year - each award in both 1999 and 2000. Throughout his coaching career, Blount has been associated with programs that have experienced phenomenal success. In all, he has been in a leadership role with teams that have won a total of six conference titles at both the NCAA Division I and Division II levels. Blount began his coaching career in his home state of Virginia at Armstrong Kennedy High School in Richmond as a quarterbacks coach and assistant offensive coordinator. Following two seasons at the high school level Blount moved on to the collegiate ranks in 1983. In 1983 he became a graduate assistant and assistant quarterbacks coach at East Carolina University where he would begin his collegiate coaching career. Following his stint with the Pirates, Blount joined the staff at Howard University, where he assumed the responsibilities of offensive coordinator from 1984-89 under Bison head coach Willie Jeffries. Soon after his arrival in the nation’s capital, Blount’s presence was felt as he directed a potent Bison offense to the 1987 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Championship. Following his time at Howard, he spent four more years as part of Jeffries’ staff at South Carolina State University (MEAC) in Orangeburg, South Carolina before returning to his alma mater, Winston-Salem State University, as the head football coach in 1993. During his coaching career, Blount and his coaching staffs have been responsible for recruiting and coaching student-athletes that have earned a total of 106 all-conference selections. In addition, Blount has guided a pair of conference player-of-the-year recipients, one AllAmerica selection and a two-time Academic All-America honoree. His priority on academics resulted in more than 20 percent of

Winston-Salem State University football scholarship student-athletes earning above a 3.0 GPA during the 2007-08 academic year and 22 football players have been named to the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Commissioner’s All-Academic team over the span of the last two seasons. During Blount’s tenure, the Rams’ football team GPA was the highest since the data has been tracked by the WSSU Office of AthleticAcademic Support and Blount and his coaching staff have graduated 79 percent of football student-athletes over the most recent five-year reporting period. Blount helped increase the Winston-Salem players’ graduation rate from 42% in 1993 to 80% by 2009. Throughout Blount’s career, a number of his players have risen to play professionally in the NFL, CFL and the Arena Football League, including William Hayes, a third round draft pick and starting defensive end for the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. Not only has Blount helped to shape the futures of former studentathletes at WSSU, he has also helped to guide the careers of countless assistant coaches and coordinators. Blount has helped four of his former assistant coaches move on to successful head coaching careers at the collegiate level. A 1980 graduate of Winston-Salem State University, Blount enjoyed a fruitful playing career as a Ram. As a four-year starter at quarterback at WSSU, Blount guided the Rams to back-to-back CIAA titles in 1977 and 1978 earning all-conference and All-America honors along the way. The 1978 All-American sat atop the WSSU record books for more than 25 years before his 3,330 career passing yards were surpassed in 2004. A native of Richmond, Va., Blount has a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education from Winston-Salem State University. Kermit and wife Ava have two grown children, April and Bryan.

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kermit blount Blount vs. All-Opponents Bethune-Cookman 2-2 Bowie State 5-3 Carson-Newman 1-3 Catawba 0-4 Cincinnati 1st Meeting Coastal Carolina 0-2 Delaware 0-1 Delaware State 1-2 Elizabeth City State 7-3 Fayetteville State 8-5-1 Florida A&M 1-4 Fort Valley State 2-0 Grambling State 0-2 Hampton 2-4 Howard 3-4 Johnson C. Smith 12-1 Livingstone 9-3-1 Morgan State 1-3 North Carolina A&T 2-10 North Carolina Central 9-8 Norfolk State 1-6-1 Savannah State 2-1 Shaw 1-0 South Carolina State 1-7 Southern Ill.-Carbondale 0-1 St. Augustine’s 4-0 Tuskegee 1-3 UC Davis 0-1 Virginia Military Institute 1-0 Virginia State 5-6 Virginia Union 11-4 West Virginia Tech. 1-0 Wofford 1-0 TOTAL 94-95-3 WINNING % (.490) Bold indicates 2012 opponent

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1993 at Elizabeth City North Carolina A&T at Howard at Livingstone at Fayetteville State Norfolk State North Carolina Central at Bowie State Johnson C. Smith at Virginia Union Virginia State

47-6 49-21 31-10 35-20 20-17 54-54 46-28 24-13 23-6 35-27 48-28

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1994 vs. S. Carolina State at North Carolina A&T at Johnson C. Smith Livingstone Fayetteville State at Norfolk State Bowie State at North Carolina Central Wofford Virginia Union vs. Virginia State

48-27 53-7 51-25 17-12 39-28 50-48 40-14 21-6 23-10 56-14 38-35

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1995 Ft. Valley State North Carolina A&T Elizabeth City at Livingstone at Fayetteville State Johnson C. Smith North Carolina Central at Bowie State at Virginia Union Virginia State

33-6 45-21 21-19 17-17 17-17 28-12 42-19 20-7 43-0 20-14

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1996 at Ft. Valley State at North Carolina A&T at Elizabeth City at Southern Illinois Fayetteville State Livingstone at North Carolina Central at Virginia State at Johnson C. Smith Virginia Union Norfolk State

15-10 31-7 14-11 48-18 6-0 39-6 28-0 17-15 14-6 21-14 13-7

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1997 North Carolina A&T Savannah State at Virginia Union at Fayetteville State at Livingstone North Carolina Central Virginia State Johnson C. Smith Elizabeth City at Bowie State

27-7 27-24 13-6 18-16 41-7 30-29 21-12 40-7 48-0 21-0

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1998 at Catawba at North Carolina A&T Virginia Union Fayetteville State Livingstone at North Carolina Central at Virginia State at Johnson C. Smith at Elizabeth City vs. Grambling State

10-7 20-12 21-0 17-14 38-33 43-8 41-22 29-19 28-6 35-28

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1999 CIAA Champions Catawba 17-14 North Carolina A&T 20-7 at Virginia Union 17-0 at Fayetteville State 44-0 vs. Livingstone 34-0 North Carolina Central 20-7 Virginia State 17-14 Johnson C. Smith 25-6 Elizabeth City State* 21-6 vs. Grambling State 25-23 vs. Tuskegee$ 23-7 * CIAA Championship $ Pioneer Bowl 2000 CIAA Champions at South Carolina State 39-28 Bowie State 40-6 at Hampton 40-6 Virginia Union 34-19 Fayetteville State 28-14 Livingstone 28-7 at North Carolina Central 28-19 at Virginia State 20-13 at Johnson C. Smith 44-12 at Elizabeth City State 44-0 vs. Virginia Union* 31-28 vs. Tuskegee** 12-9 * CIAA Championship ** Pioneer Bowl 2001 Carson-Newman at Tuskegee at Bowie State at Virginia Union at Fayetteville State at Livingstone North Carolina Central Virginia State Johnson C. Smith Elizabeth City State Virginia Union* * CIAA Championship

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27-16 30-23 17-14 24-22 14-2 31-0 14-0 44-10 17-0 45-6 31-24

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2002 at Carson-Newman Tuskegee at Bowie State Virginia Union Fayetteville State Livingstone at North Carolina Central at Virginia State at Johnson C. Smith at Elizabeth City State

47-35 36-15 24-12 18-15 30-26 23-6 23-12 12-7 49-0 15-14

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2003 Carson-Newman vs. Ft. Valley State Virginia State at West Virginia Tech. at Virginia Union at Fayetteville State at Livingstone North Carolina Central Johnson C. Smith St. Augustine’s

21-14 27-21 33-27 35-33 29-17 22-14 42-23 47-0 38-0 54-19

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2004 at Carson-Newman Ft. Valley State Tusculum Virginia Union at Bowie State Fayetteville State Livingstone at North Carolina Central at Johnson C. Smith at St. Augustine’s

48-32 21-19 37-20 20-13 7-6 21-14 31-21 35-33 31-20 31-13

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2005 Catawba College at Howard at South Carolina State Elizabeth City State at Virginia Union at Fayetteville State at Livingstone North Carolina Central Johnson C. Smith Saint Augustine’s

20-10 20-6 52-12 24-23 31-0 26-24 42-14 20-17 28-9 35-33

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2006 at Catawba College at North Carolina A& T South Carolina State at Florida A&M Coastal Carolina Howard at Bethune-Cookman at Savannah State at #17 Hampton Saint Augustine’s at Norfolk State

21-7 41-14 35-6 25-21 31-12 12-0 10-6 38-6 13-3 26-6 31-14

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2007 North Carolina A&T at Coastal Carolina at Morgan State at South Carolina State at Howard vs. Florida A&M at Bethune-Cookman Hampton #13 Delaware State North Carolina Central Norfolk State

28-7 W 28-21 L 19-17 W 20-7 L 24-21 (ot) L 27-23 W 14-9 W 20-19 W 23-20 L 35-10 W 23-20 L

2008 at North Carolina A&T Savannah State Morgan State South Carolina State Howard at Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman at Hampton at Delaware State at North Carolina Central Norfolk State

14-8 16-13 21-7 43-17 34-10 23-0 27-6 35-30 27-26 23-16 17-14

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2009 North Carolina A&T 19-10 L Florida A&M 34-10 L Morgan State* 16-10 L at South Carolina State 27-10 L at Howard 7-3 L at UC Davis 45-14 L at Bethune-Cookman 16-10 W Hampton 16-13 L Delaware State 24-21 L North Carolina Central 18-10 L at Norfolk State 28-21 L *Giants Stadium - E. Rutherford, N.J. 2011 at VMI Shaw at Delaware at South Carolina State at Florida A&M Norfolk State at North Carolina A&T Morgan State North Carolina Central at Hampton Howard

24-21 W 31-27 W 0-45 L 0-69 L 7-34 L 21-38 L 24-42 L 0-12 L 7-14 L 6-42 L 39-36 W


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arrington jones

offensive coordinator | quarterbacks coach | second season | b.s. winston-salem state university ‘81 | m.a. virginia state

OC Jones is in his second season with the Hornets and 24th year as a collegiate coach. In his first season at Delaware State, Jones guided junior quarterback Nick Elko to a No. 2 ranking in the MEAC in passing average (206.0 ypg) and completions (207). Elko was also No. 6 in the MEAC in total offense (193.5 ypg). In addition, he set a DSU single-season record for pass completions and recorded fourth-best single-season passing yardage total in team history (2,064). Prior to joining the Hornets in 2011, Jones was head coach/offensive coordinator at Division II Virginia Union University from 2003 to ’07. His tenure with the Panthers was highlighted by the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Eastern Division title and Pioneer Bowl (CIAA Championship Game) appearance in 2007. Jones was honored as the CIAA Coach-of-the-Year that season. Virginia Union’s 2007 quarterback Lamar Little was named CIAA Offensive Player-of-the-Year after passing for 2,340 yards and accounting for 37 touchdowns (28 passing; 9 rushing). The ’07 Panthers were ranked as high as No. 20 among all NCAA Division II teams and No. 6 in the Southeast Region. From 2001 to ’03, Jones served as offensive coordinator/recruiting coordinator under (current DSU head coach) Kermit Blount at WinstonSalem State University. The Rams appeared in the CIAA Championship Game in 2001. Prior to his time at Winston-Salem State, Jones spent 15 seasons at Virginia State University. He was assistant head coach/offensive coordinator from 1990 to 2000 after serving as the Trojans’ special teams coordinator from 1986 to ‘90. His tenure at VSU was highlighted by a CIAA championship in 1995. Before entering the coaching ranks, Jones spent four years in professional football. After being selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the fifth round of the 1981 NFL draft, he spent part of the ’81 season with the team. Jones was a member of the United States Football League’s Washington Federals from 1983 to ’86. The Richmond, Va., native holds a bachelor’s in Physical Education and a master’s in Educational Administration and Supervision from Virginia State University.

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michael ketchum

defensive coordinator | linebackers coach | second season | b.s. guilford college ‘78 | m.a. florida ‘84

DC Ketchum is in his second year with the Hornets. In his first season at Delaware State, senior linebackers Quentin Ferguson and Brandon Harvey were 1-2 on the team in tackles, with 106 and 88, respectively. Ferguson was seventh in the MEAC in tackles (9.5 pg), while Harvey was ninth (8.7). He joined the Delaware State staff in March 2011 after six seasons as an assistant coach at Winston-Salem State University, including five as the Rams’ defensive coordinator. Ketchum was responsible for turning around a Winston-Salem State Ram defense that ranked near the bottom of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (CIAA) in five statistical categories in the final year before his arrival. During his first year as the Rams’ defensive coordinator in 2005 Winston-Salem improved to fifth in the CIAA in pass defense from last the previous season.

In 2006 the changes continued as Ketchum signed a stellar recruiting class and saw immediate success in his decision to switch from a traditional 4-3 defense to a 3-5 formation. The 2007 season was witness to a defense that recorded 418 total tackles, generated 21 opponent turnovers, an average of nearly two forced turnovers per game, and surrendered only 203 points on the season. Ketchum’s defense held opponents to 10 points or less three times in 2007 and never surrendered 30 points in any of the Rams’ 11 games en route to helping WSSU record the first winning season in the program’s Division I history. Ketchum was instrumental in the development of Winston-Salem lineman William Hayes, now a member of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. Hayes was selected in the fourth round, 103rd overall, by the Titans in the 2008 NFL draft. In 2009, Ketchum’s defense yielded only 22.2 points per game and gave up only 183 first downs en route to recording 67 tackles for loss, 18 sacks and 22 takeaways. Under his tutelage the young WSSU defense saw nine players record 40 or more tackles with sophomore defensive lineman Akeem Ward earning 70 total tackles. Ketchum, a 1978 graduate of Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C., turned in a 53-85 record in 14 seasons as head coach at his alma mater. He ranks second in Guilford history in wins and was the ODAC Coach of the Year in 1991 and 1997 when the Quakers won league titles. In 1994 Ketchum led Guilford College to an 8-2 record, a mark which helped the teams crack into the NCAA Division III South Region rankings for the first time in the program’s history. Ketchum got his start in football as a standout defensive lineman at Guilford. During his collegiate playing career, Ketchum was named the team’s Defensive MVP during his senior season (1978). Following his playing career Ketchum, moved on to his first collegiate coaching job as a graduate assistant at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Fla. While at UF Ketchum completed coursework to earn a M.A. in Education Administration in 1984 while serving two seasons on the nationally-ranked Gators’ football coaching staff. He also served a year as an Assistant Director of Athletics at Guilford. Ketchum, 56, is married to the former Belinda Rowan. The couple has two children, a son Matt (25), and a daughter Lilly (21).

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curtis thomas

assistant coach | wide receivers/special teams | 13th season | b.s. delaware state ‘96 | m.a. delaware state ‘04

AC The former Delaware State star receiver is in his 13th season on the coaching staff, the longest among current members. During the 2011 season, Hornet junior receiver Travis Tarpley set a team record with 66 catches. Tarpley was second in the MEAC in receiving yards (66.8 pg) and tied for second in receptions (6.0 pg) last season. In addition, his 736 receiving yards a year ago were the 10th best single-season mark in team history. In 2010, Hornet sophomore wide receiver Justin Wilson made history by becoming the first player in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference history to lead the league in receptions (5.4 pg), receiving yards (85.2 pg) and touchdown catches (11). Wilson set a team record with 59 receptions and his 937 receiving yards ranked second-best for a season in team history during the 2010 season. Also during the 2010 season, Thomas’ work with special teams was highlighted by the play of Larrone Moore, who earned All-America and All-MEAC recognition as a kickoff returner after leading all Football Championship Subdivision players with a 34.8 yard average. He returned two kickoffs for touchdowns. The Hornets were second in the MEAC and 32nd in the nation in kickoff returns during the 2010 campaign (22.3 ypr). In 2009, DSU featured four receivers with 20 or more catches. Sophomore Darius Jackson was No. 5 in the MEAC in receptions per game (4.1), while junior Larrone Moore was No. 10 (3.3). Jackson was also 10th in the MEAC in receiving yards per game (47.6), while Moore was 14th (31.5). In addition, Jackson tied a team record with 11 receptions in the Hornets’ 30-20 win over Howard last season.

Former NFL standout Darnerian McCants also benefitted from Thomas’ tutelage while at Delaware State. In 2000, McCants set DSU and MEAC records with 18 touchdown catches, tops among all Division I-AA players that year. McCants was selected to three All-America teams, and was a fifth round draft of the NFL’s Washington Redskins. He also competed for the Philadelphia Eagles. Thomas was the wide receivers coach when Albert Horsey set Delaware State records for career receptions and receiving yards in 2000. Additionally, he was in charge of Delaware State’s kickoff return team when returner DaShaun Morris was selected to two All-America teams (SportsNetwork, Associated Press) in 2002. As a DSU receiver in 1994, Thomas had 44 catches to tie for third on the Hornets’ all-time list for receptions in a season. His 823 receiving yards that season ranks fifth in school history, while his eight touchdown receptions in ‘94 ties for fifth in the team record book. Thomas was also a member of Delaware State’s 1991 MEAC championship team. Following his Delaware State playing career, Thomas signed a free agent contract with the National Football League’s New York Giants. He competed in three preseason games in 1992. Thomas was also drafted by the World Football League London Monarchs in 1996 and had short stints with the Baltimore Stallions and Birmingham Barracudas of the Canadian Football League. Thomas earned a bachelor’s and master’s from Delaware State University. He has a son, Ian, age 10.

Thomas also directed the Hornet kick returners in 2009. Delaware State was tops in the MEAC, and 13th in the nation, with a 23.5 yard kickoff return average last season. Travis Tarpley was second in the MEAC, and 10th among all FCS players, with a 26.3 yard kickoff return average in ‘09. He had a top return of 85 yards in 2009. Larrone Moore was third in the MEAC and 14th in the nation in kickoff returns, averaging 25.6 yards on 18 attempts, highlighted by a 90-yard touchdown against South Carolina State and a 51-yard effort at Michigan. The Hornets had six wide receivers with double-figures in catches during the 2008 season. Eddie Brown was eighth in the MEAC in receptions-per-game last season (3.3 pg). From 2004-07, Thomas helped Shaheer McBride (2004-07) develop into one of the Hornets’ all-time great receiver. McBride, formerly with the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles, is Delaware State’s all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards, and tied for the career high in touchdown catches. McBride was a twotime All-MEAC First Team selection and was the league’s Rookie-of-the-Year as a freshman. Thomas played a key role in the success of wide receiver Thomas Bolden, who set a school-record with 57 catches in 2004.

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jeff braxton

assistant coach | defensive line | seventh season (non-consecutive) | b.a. salisbury state | m.a. salisbury state ‘04

AC In addition to his duties as defensive line coach, Braxton also directs the team’s recruiting operations. He previously served as the Hornets’ offensive line coach during the 2006 and ‘07 seasons, and offensive coordinator from 2000 to 2003. In addition, he was a Delaware State assistant in 1995 (offensive line) and ’96 (linebackers). Braxton returned to Delaware State in March 2011 after serving as head coach at Cheyney University from 2008 to 2010. He served as offensive coordinator at Tennessee State University during the 2005 season. In 2004, he was an assistant at Towson (Md.) University. During the 2006 season in which Braxton was Delaware State’s offensive line coach, his troops helped pave the way for Emmanuel Marc to rush for 1,230 yards, the fourth best single-season mark in team history. With Braxton as offensive coordinator, Delaware State had a school-record 32 touchdown passes in 2000. That season, the Hornets averaged 222.9 yards per game passing and 168.5 rushing. In addition, the 2000 Hornets featured a 2000-yard passer (2,386 by Rahsaan Matthews) and

a 1000-yard rusher (1,186 by Grayland King) for the first time in school history. Matthews was selected as the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Offensive Player-of-the-Year that season. Tight end Darnerian McCants (former NFL standout) set DSU and MEAC records with 18 touchdown catches during the 2000 season. McCants was a Division I-AA AllAmerica and All-MEAC First Team selection that year. The 2000 Hornets also exceeded 40 points in five games, tying a school record. Braxton’s 2001 Delaware State offense was second in the MEAC in rushing at 211.5 yards per game. Maurice Foster was tops in the MEAC with 1,127 rushing yards that year. The 2001 Hornets also scored 30 or more points in five games. After leaving Delaware State following the 1996 season, Braxton served as an assistant coach at Hofstra University. He helped lead the Flying Dutchmen to the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs in 1997. In 1998, he was an assistant at Towson University, and the following year was on the staff at Fordham (NY) University. Prior to his first stint at Delaware State, Braxton was offensive line coach at Morehouse College (GA) during the 1994 season. From 1993 to ’94, he was linebacker coach at cross-town Wesley College (Del.). He was on the Wesley staff that guided the team to the 1993 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Southeast championship. Braxton’s coaching career also includes stops at Cheyney University (Pa.) and Bowie (Md.) State. The Washington, D.C., native lettered as an offensive lineman at Salisbury State College. He was a member of the 1986 Sea Gull team that won 13 straight games before losing to Augustana (IL) in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl, the NCAA Division III championship game. The ’86 Salisbury State team shares the ECAC record for most wins in a season. Braxton earned a B.A. in Communications Arts from Salisbury State, and a M.A. in Education in 2004. He is a member of the American Football Coaches Association, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

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2012 DSU COACHING STAFF assistant coach | offensive line | fifth season (non-consecutive) | b.s. millersville ‘82

nick calcutta

AC Calcutta has served as the Hornets’ offensive line/tight ends coach the past two seasons after rejoining the team in February 2010. Prior to returning to DSU, he served in a similar position at Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) rival Howard the prior year. During his first stint at Delaware State, Calcutta served as defensive line/special teams coordinator under former head coach Bill Collick in 1996. While at Howard in 2009, Calcutta’s offensive line earned credit for allowing just 15 quarterback sacks in 11 games, second-best in the MEAC. The Bison allowed just one sack for every 23.5 pass attempts, also second in the league. Calcutta was offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Winston-Salem State during the 2007 and ‘08 seasons. Under his guidance, the Rams improved their offensive output by more than 50 points in 2007. WSSU increased its scoring average from 16.9 points per game in 2006 to more than 21 points in 2007. Under Calcutta’s direction in 2007, the Rams scored 20 or more points in eight of their 11 games en route to the first winning season in the team’s Division I history. That season, senior quarterback Monte Purvis recorded the team’s first 1000-yard season since 2002. Before joining the WSSU staff in June 2007, Calcutta served as offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Howard University. Calcutta began his collegiate coaching career in 1983 as outside linebackers coach at Southern Illinois in Carbondale, Ill., for head coach Rey Dempsey. In Calcutta’s first season at SIU, he helped lead the

Salukis to the NCAA Division I-AA National Championship. Following the national championship season at SIU, Calcutta served as offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at St. Joseph’s College Rensselaer, Ind., and outside linebackers coach at Memphis State. Following his stints at St. Joseph’s and Memphis State, he joined legendary head coach Willie Jeffries at Howard for three seasons (1986-88) as offensive line coach and director of football operations. From there, he served four years as offensive line coach and tight ends coach at South Carolina State University (1989-92). After serving two years as offensive coordinator at the University at Buffalo (1993-94), Calcutta moved on to Tennessee State University as its offensive line/tight ends coach in 1995. He also had a three-year stint as assistant head coach/offensive line coach at Austin Peay State University, and was offensive coordinator at Clarion University of Pennsylvania (from 2002-05). During two-year tenure at Savannah State, Calcutta was offensive line/ tight ends coach, pro liaison, and director of football operations for head coach Bill Davis. After graduating from North Schuylkill (Pa.) High School, Calcutta attended Mansfield University. From there, he went to Millersville University where he earned a bachelor’s in secondary education in 1982. Calcutta is married to the former Judy Crews of Carbondale, Ill. The couple has a six-year old daughter, Nicole.

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bryant foster

assistant coach | cornerbacks | second season | b.s. gardner-webb ‘99

AC Foster joined the Delaware State University staff prior to the 2011 season. Now in his second year with the Hornets, Foster brought a wealth of experience and a reputation as an outstanding recruiter to DSU. Prior to joining the Hornets, he served four years as an assistant at his alma mater, Gardner-Webb University, in Boiling Springs, N.C. With Foster on its defensive staff as cornerbacks coach in 2010, Gardner-Webb ranked sixth among all FCS schools in pass defense and was No. 15 in total defense. In addition, each of the “Bandits” starting cornerbacks were selected to the All-Big South Conference First Team last season. Foster guided Gardner-Webb’s defensive line during the 2007 and ’08 seasons, during which a freshman lineman earned All-Big South recognition. Prior to his coaching tenure at Gardner-Webb, Foster was linebacker coach at the University of the South Sewanee (Tenn.) from 2005-2006. Each year he coached an All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference linebacker. A native of Chesnee, S.C., Foster is also a veteran of the high school coaching ranks in the Palmetto State, having served as an assistant with the Greer High School Yellowjackets during the 2003 and ’04 season. He helped lead Greer to the 2003 Class 3A State Championship. Foster got his first college coaching job as a defensive assistant at Presbyterian (S.C.) College in 2002, and was selected to coach in the Division II Cactus Bowl College All-Star Game that year. He had a oneyear stint at his old high school alma mater, Chesnee (S.C.) High, and at Wade Hampton (S.C.) High. Foster graduated from Gardner-Webb in 1999 with a degree in Management Information Systems. He was a three-year starter for the Bandits at cornerback, safety and outside linebacker under coaches Woody Fish and Steve Patton.

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2012 DSU COACHING STAFF assistant coach | running backs | second season | b.a. winston-salem state ‘00

tory woodbury

AC The former Winston-Salem State University and National Football League standout is in his second season with the Hornets. He joined the Delaware State staff in March 2011. A four-year letter winner at Winston-Salem under current DSU head coach Kermit Blount, Woodbury is the Rams’ all-time leading passer with 4,493 yards. He’s also second on the school’s career list for total offense (5,527 yards) and pass attempts (648) and tied for second in touchdown passes (38). In addition, he holds school single-season marks for passing yards (1,823) and total offense (2,177 yards). As a junior in 1999, Woodbury led Winston-Salem (9-3 overall) to its first Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) championship since 1990 and a 27-14 victory over Tuskegee in the annual Pioneer Bowl (CIAA vs. SIAC champions). That season, he was selected as Black College Player-of-the-Year, AllCIAA First Team, Pioneer Bowl MVP and team MVP. In addition, he fell four passes short of the NCAA Div. II record for pass completions in a season. Woodbury did not throw an interception during the ‘99 season. While a senior in 2000, he guided the Rams (10-3 overall) to their second straight CIAA championship and Pioneer Bowl appearance. Woodbury was named MVP of the Pioneer Bowl for the second straight year and was an All-CIAA First Team selection in 2000. He was an All-CIAA Second Team pick and team MVP after helping lead WSSU to a 7-3 record as a sophomore in 1998. Woodbury was inducted into the Winston-Salem State University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008. The New York Jets selected Woodbury in the seventh round of the 2001 National Football League draft. In three seasons with the Jets, he was a back-up to QBs Chad Pennington and Vinny Testaverde and a standout special teams performer. He also competed as a wide receiver for the Jets. Woodbury’s professional football career also includes stints with the NFL’s New Orleans Saints and Buffalo Bills, Canadian League’s Ottawa Renegades, Cologne Centurions (NFL Europe) and the Arena League’s New Orleans Voodoo. He has also served as a successful coach at Providence High School and Garinger High School in North Carolina. Woodbury earned a bachelor’s in sports management from WinstonSalem State University in 2000. DSUHORNETS.COM | FACEBOOK.COM/DSUATHLETICS | TWITTER.COM/DSUATHLETICS

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carlos woods

assistant coach | safeties | first season | b.s. delaware state | m.s. penn state

AC The Delaware State University graduate and former Hornet linebacker re- Following his graduation from DSU, Woods returned to his hometown of turned to his alma mater this summer as an assistant, in charge of the de- Virginia Beach where he served as an assistant coach at Landstown High fensive safeties. School. The school compiled an overall record of 40-2 during his three-year tenure under head coach Chris Beatty, currently the co-offensive coordinaPrior to returning to DSU, Woods spent nearly four years on the staffs of the tor at the University of Illinois. National Football League’s Indianapolis Colts and Cincinnati Bengals. A former standout at Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia Beach, Woods enDuring nearly three years with the Colts, he served as a defensive assistant, rolled at Delaware State in 1999. He competed for three seasons with the scouting assistant and administrative staffer under head coach Tony Dungy. Hornets. His best season was in 2000 when he was eighth on the team with Woods was in the press box conducting slide presentations for the coach- 35 tackles to help lead the team to a 7-4 record, its first winning mark in five ing staff when the Colts defeated the Chicago Bears 29-17 in Super Bowl XLI years. on February 4, 2007 in Miami, Fla. He was presented with a championship ring by the team. While working with the Colts, Woods met Lauren Lake, an attorney, author, relationship expert and media personality. Lake has appeared on, among In 2010, Woods was hired by the Cincinnati Bengals where he served under other popular television programs, The Dr. Phil Show, Regis & Kelly, CNN, head coach Marvin Lewis. In addition to assisting with the linebackers and Fox News, Headline News, MSNBC and Court TV. the strength and conditioning program, he prepared and conducted Power Point presentations for team meetings during the 2010 season. The couple married in 2007. They have a two-year-old son, Carlos (C.J.), Jr. In 2005, Woods enrolled in the Penn State University master’s program and earned a graduate assistant position with the Nittany Lion football team under the late Joe Paterno. Woods assisted with the defensive line, special teams and strength and conditioning program when the Big Ten champion Lions capped off an 11-1 season with a 26-23 three-overtime victory over Florida State in the 2006 Orange Bowl. Penn State was No. 3 in the final Associated Press and USA Today Coaches polls that season.

The NFL lockout forced Woods to leave the Bengals in 2011. He spent last year away from football to spend more time with his family and operate a sports training business in New York. Woods holds a bachelor’s in Education from Delaware State University and a master’s in Sports Administration from Penn State University. He is one of two former Hornets on the DSU coaching staff, joining wide receivers coach Curtis Thomas.

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2012 DSU COACHING STAFF graduate assistant coach | tight ends | second season | b.s. winston-salem state ‘08

lonnie teasley

GA The Willingboro, N.J., native is in his second year on the Delaware State University staff, assisting primarily with the tight ends and in recruiting. Teasley was a standout offensive lineman at Winston-Salem University (N.C.) under DSU head coach Kermit Blount. Teasley was a member of WSSU’s 2007 squad that posted an overall record of 6-5, the team’s first winning mark since joining the NCAA Division I ranks two years earlier. He earned a bachelor’s in Business from Winston-Salem State in 2008; and is currently pursuing a master’s in Sports Administration from DSU. Prior to enrolling at Winston-Salem State, Teasley was a New Jersey AllState lineman at Willingboro High School. He has also served as a high teacher and football coach in the state of Georgia.

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DELAWARE

CINCINNATI

September 8 | 3:30 p.m. Tubby Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium Newark, Del. NBC Sports Network

September 15 | 7 p.m. Nippert Stadium Cincinnati, Ohio ESPN3

Quick Facts Location: Lexington, Va. 24450 Founded: 1839 Enrollment: 1,650 Nickname: Keydets School Colors: Red, White & Yellow Stadium: Foster Stadium/Alumni Memorial Field Capacity: 10,000 Surface: Bermuda Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division I FCS Conference: Big South Superintendent: General J.H. Binford Peay III Athletics Director: Donny White

Quick Facts Location: Newark, Del. 19716 Founded: 1743 Enrollment: 16,500 Nickname: Fightin’ Blue Hens School Colors: Royal Blue & Gold Stadium: Tubby Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium Capacity: 22,000 Surface: Field Turf Affiliation: NCAA Division I FCS Conference: Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) President: Dr. Patrick T. Harker Athletics Director: Bernard M. Muir

Football Staff Head Coach: Sparky Woods Alma Mater: Carson Newman ‘76 Record at School: 11-33 | Fifth year Career Record: 74-79-5 | 14 Years Woods vs. DSU: 0-1 Assistant Coaches: Matt Campbell – Offensive Line Jeff Farrington – Def. Coordinator/Secondary George Handler – Tight Ends Greg Harris – Outside linebackers Winston October – Wide Receivers Greg Shockley – Running Backs Eric Brown – Inside Linebackers Trent Walker – Safeties Don Woods – Defensive Line Team Information 2011 Record: 2-9 2011 Big South record/finish: 2-4 | Fourth 2011 Postseason: N/A Letterwinners Returning (O/D/S): 35 (14/19/2) Letterwinners Lost: 19 (7/10/2) Starters Returning (O/D/S): 15 (6/6/1) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 9 (6/5/1) Top Returning Players: Eric Kordenbrock (QB), Stefawn Ross (WR), Shawn Chapman (DL), Justin Staib (OLB)

Football Staff Head Coach: K.C. Keeler Alma Mater: Delaware, ‘81 Record at Delaware: 81-46 | 11th year Career Record: 169-67-1 | 17th year Keeler vs. DSU: 3-0 Assistant Coaches: Nick Rapone - Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Jim Hofher - Offensive Coordinator/QBs Kirk Ciarrocca - Running Backs Andy Marino - Offensive Line Brian Ginn - Wide Receivers Gregg Parry - Offensive Line Phil Petitte - Defensive Line Brad Sherrod - Linebackers Lyle Hemphill - Cornerbacks

Quick Facts Location: Cincinnati, Ohio 45221 Founded: 1819 Enrollment: 42,750 Nickname: Bearcats School Colors: Red & Black Stadium: Nippert Stadium Capacity: 35,000 Surface: Field Turf Affiliation: NCAA Division I FBS Conference: BIG EAST President: Dr. Gregory Williams Athletics Director: Whit Babcock Football Staff Head Coach: Butch Jones Alma Mater: Ferris State, ‘90 Record at UC: 14-11 | Third year Career Record: 41-24 | Sixth year Jones vs. DSU: 0-0 Assistant Coaches: Steve Stripling - Asst. head coach/Co-Def. Coord. John Jancek - Co-Defensive Coordinator/LBs Mike Bajakian - Offensive Coordinator:/QBs T.J. Weist - Recruiting Coordinator/WRs Mark Elder - Special Teams/Safeties Dave Johnson - Tight Ends Don Mahoney - Offensive Line Roy Manning - Running Backs Shannon Morrison - Cornerbacks

September 1 | 2 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del.

TEAM HISTORY 1st Year of Football: 1891 All-Time Record: 459-641-42 All-time bowl/playoff record: N/A Years in post season play: N/A Series Information All-time series: DSU leads 1-0 Last meeting: 2011 | DSU won 24-21 in Lexington Sports Information Assoc. AD/Comm./FB contact: Wade Branner Office Phone: (540) 464-7515 Cell phone: (540) 319-1271 SID Office Fax: (540) 464-7583 e-mail: brannerwh@vmi.edu Press Box Phone: (540) 464-7834

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Team Information 2011 Record: 7-4 2011 CAA Record: 5-3 | Fifth 2011 Postseason: N/A Starters Returning (O/D/S): 15 (4/9/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 9 (7/2/0) Top Returning Players: Andrew Pierce (RB), Paul Worrilow (LB), Travis Hawkins (DB), Nihja White (WR) TEAM HISTORY 1st Year of Football: 1889 All-Time Record: 658-419-44 Conference Titles: 16 (Last 2010) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 20 (Last 2010) National Titles: 6 (Last 2003) Last Postseason Appearance: 2010 Result of Last Appearance: L, to Eastern Washington (2010 FCS National Championship) Series Information All-time series: Delaware leads, 3-0 Last meeting: 2011 | UD won, 45-0, in Newark Sports Information Associate AD/Communications: Scott Selheimer Office Phone: (302) 831-2186/8007 Home/Cell Phone: (302) 562-529 Email: selheime@udel.edu Press Box Phone: (302) 831-6199

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Team Information 2011 Record: 10-3 2011 Big East record/finish: 5-2 | T-first 2011 Postseason: Defeated Vanderbilt 31-24 in AutoZone Liberty Bowl Letterwinners Returning (O/D/S): 43 (20/21/2) Letterwinners Lost: 21 (9/10/2) Starters Returning (O/D/S): 13 (4/7/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 12 (7/4/1) Top Returning Players: George Winn (RB), Pat O’Donnell (P), Munchie Legaux (QB), Kenbrell Thompkins (WR) TEAM HISTORY 1st Year of Football: 1885 All-Time Record: 561-553-51 All-time Bowl Record: 7-6 Last Bowl: 2011 AutoZone Liberty Last bowl Result: W, 31-24 Series Information All-time series: N/A Last meeting: First meeting Sports Information Associate AD/Communications: Doug Mosley Office Phone: (513) 556-5191/0619 Home/Cell Phone: (318) 366-8734 Email: doug.mosley@uc.edu Press Box Phone: (513) 556-1010

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NORFOLK STATE* S. CAROLINA ST.* October 6 | 1 p.m. Dick Price Stadium Norfolk, Va.

October 13 | 1:30 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del.

Quick Facts Location: Tallahassee, Fla. 32307 Founded: 1887 Enrollment: 13,313 Nickname: Rattlers School Colors: Orange & Green Stadium: Bragg Memorial Stadium Capacity: 25,500 Surface: Natural Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division I FCS Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) President: TBA Athletics Director: Derek Horne

Quick Facts Location: Norfolk, Va. Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 7,500 Mascot: Spartans School Colors: Green & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I FCS Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) Stadium: William “Dick” Price Stadium Capacity: 30,000 Surface: Natural Grass President: Dr. Tony Atwater Athletics Director: Marty L. Miller

Quick Facts Location: Orangeburg, S.C. Founded: 1896 Enrollment: 4,900 Mascot: Bulldogs School Colors: Garnet & Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I FCS Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) Stadium: Oliver C. Dawson Capacity: 22,000 Surface: Poly Turf President: Dr. Cynthia Warrick Athletics Director: Charlene Johnson

Football Staff Head Coach: Joe Taylor Alma Mater: Western Illinois, ‘72 Record at FAMU: 32-13| Fifth year Career Record: 230-90-4 | 30th year Taylor vs. DSU: 14-3 Assistant Coaches: George Small - Assoc. head coach/Defensive Line Lawrence Kershaw - Off. Coordinator/offensive line Steven Jerry - Receivers Earl Holmes - Def. coordinator/LBs Aaron Taylor - Running Backs Juan Vazquez - Special Teams/Kickers Quinn Gray - Quarterbacks Jimmy Tyson - Defensive Backs

Football Staff Head Coach: Pete Adrian Alma Mater: West Virginia, ‘70 Record at NSU (Years): 34-33 | Seventh year Overall Record (Years): 70-70-1 | 14th year Adrian vs. DSU: 2-4 Assistant Coaches: Rod Holder - Asst. head coach/Offensive Line Howard Feggins - Offensive coordinator/WR Mark DeBastiani - Defensive coordinator/OLB Steve Canter - Quarterbacks Marco Butler - Defensive Backs Mark Thurston - Defensive Line Paul Macklin - Running Backs

Football Staff Head Coach: Oliver “Buddy” Pough Alma Mater: S.C. State, ‘75 Record at SCSU (Years): 83-33 | 11th year Overall Record (Years): Same Pough vs. DSU: 7-3 Assistant Coaches: David Blanchard - Asst. head coach/Defensive Line Mike Adams - Defensive Coordinator/LBs Danny Lewis - Running Backs Gerald Harrison - Defensive Line Joe Taylor - Defensive Backs Kevin Magouirk - Offensive Coordinator/QBs Lee Chambers - Wide Receivers Nygel Pearson - Tight Ends/Tackles Jared Powers - Offensive Line

September 22 | 6 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del.

Team Information 2011 Record: 7-4 2011 MEAC record/finish: 5-3 | Fourth 2011 Postseason: N/A Letterwinners Returning: 75 Letterwinners Lost: 22 Starters Returning (O/D): 13 (6/7) Starters Lost (O/D): 13 (5/8) Top Returning Players: Damien Fleming (QB), Lavante Page (RB), Brandon Lennon (LB), John Ojo (DB) TEAM HISTORY 1st Year of Football: 1899 All-Time Record: 564-281-23 Postseason Record: 5-8 in FCS playoffs Years of Postseason Play: Nine Years since 1978 Last Postseason Appearance: 2001 Result of Last Appearance: L, to Ga. Southern, 60-35 Series Information All-time series: FAMU leads 21-8 Last meeting: 2011 | FAMU won 34-7 in Tallahassee Sports Information Associate AD/Communications: Vaughn Wilson Office Phone: (850) 599-3200/561-2701 Home/Cell Phone: (850) 694-0277 Email: rockstat7376@aol.com Sports Information Director: Ronnie Johnson Office Phone: (850) 561-2701/599-3200 Home Phone: (850) 671-2353 Email: ronjon_2001@yahoo.com SID Office Fax: (850) 599-3206 Press Box Phone: (850) 599-3631/599-3632

Team Information 2011 Record: 9-3 2011 MEAC Record: 7-1 | First 2011 Postseason: 0-1 | Lost to Old Dominion in FCS Playoffs (First Round) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/21 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 15 (5/8/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 9 (6/3/0) Top Returning Players: Takeem Hedgemann (RB); Xavier Boyce (WR), Jamal Giddens (DL), Terrence Pugh (LB)

Team Information 2011 Record: 7-4 2011 MEAC Record: 6-2/T-second 2011 Postseason: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/12 Starters Returning (O/D): 13 (9/4) Starters Lost (O/D): 9 (2/7) Top Returning Players: Richard Cue (QB), Ashton Jordan (RB), Darius Drummond (S), Joe Thomas (LB)

TEAM HISTORY 1st Year of Football: 1938 All-Time Record: 318-313-4 Last Postseason Appearance: 2011 Result of Last Appearance: Lost to Old Dominion, FCS Playoffs (opening round)

TEAM HISTORY 1st Year of Football: 1907 All-Time Record: 414-254-28 Last Postseason Appearance: 2010 Result of Last Appearance: Lost to Georgia Southern 16-41 in FCS Playoffs (opening round)

Series Information All-time series: DSU leads 13-6 Last meeting: 2011 | NSU won 38-21 in Dover

Series Information All-time series: SCSU leads 26-15 Last meeting: 2011 | SCSU won 69-0 in Orangeburg

Sports Information Sports Information Director: Matt Michalec Office Phone: (757) 823-2628 Fax: (757) 823-8218 Email: mmichalec@nsu.edu Cell Phone: (757) 592-1245 Press Box Phone: (757) 823-2628

Sports Information Sports Information Director: Bill Hamilton Office Phone: (803) 536-7060 Fax: (803) 536-8622 Email: whamilton@scsu.edu

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2012 OPPONENTS N.C. A&T* October 20 | 1:30 p.m. Homecoming Alumni Stadium Dover, Del. Quick Facts Location: Greensboro, N.C. Founded: 1817 Enrollment: 11,000 Nickname: Aggies Colors: Blue & Gold Stadium: Aggies Stadium Capacity: 21,500 Surface: Field Turf NCAA Affiliation: NCAA Division I FCS Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) Chancellor: Dr. Harold L. Martin Athletic Director: Earl Hilton III Football Staff Head Coach: Rod Broadway Alma mater: North Carolina, ‘77 Record at NCA&T: 5-6 | One year Overall record/years: 73-29 | 10 years Broadway vs. DSU: 3-0 Assistant Coaches: Joe Pizzo - QBs/Offensive Coordinator Sam Washington - Def. Coordinator/Secondary Courtney Cheek - Defensive Assistant Courtney Coard - Defensive Line Johnny Cox - Wide Receivers Shawn Gibbs - Running Backs Trei Oliver - OLBs/Special Teams Carl Reese - Inside Lnebackers Keith Wagner - Offensive Line Colin Williams - Tight Ends Team Information 2011 Record: 5-6 2011 MEAC Record: 4-4 | Sixth 2011 Postseason: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 42/11 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 15 (7/6/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 5 (2/3/0) Top Returning Players: Mike Mayhew (RB), Larry Raper (WR), D’Vonte Grant (OLB), Lewis Kindle (QB) TEAM HISTORY 1st Year of Football: 1924 All-Time Record: 451-4065-45 NCAA playoff appearances: 4 All-time playoff record: 1-4 Last playoff appearance: 2003 Series Information All-time series: DSU leads 21-19-1 Last meeting: 2011 | NCA&T won 42-24 in Greensboro Sports Information Sports Information Dir./FB contact: Brian Holloway Phone: 336-334-7141 FAX: 336-334-7272 Email: bmhollow@ncat.edu

MORGAN STATE*

N.C. CENTRAL*

October 27 | 1 p.m. Hughes Stadium Baltimore, Md.

November 3 | 2 p.m. O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium Durham, N.C.

Quick Facts Location: Baltimore, Md. Enrollment: 7,500 Founded: 1867 Nickname: Bears Colors: Orange & Blue Stadium: Hughes Stadium (Earl C. Banks Field) Capacity: 10,000 Surface: Artificial Affiliation: NCAA Division I FCS Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) President: Dr. David Wilson Director of Athletics: Floyd Kerr Football Staff Head Coach: Donald Hill-Eley Alma Mater: Virginia Union, ‘91 Record at MSU: 51-61 | 10 years Career record: Same Hill-Eley vs. DSU: 6-4 Assistant Coaches Herbert Parham - Assistant head coach/Run defense coordinator Alonzo Lee - Pass-defense coordinator Marcus White - Linebackers Benton “Spot” Harold - Special Teams/Tight Ends Earl Davis - Running Backs Travis Oliver - Defensive Backs Joseph Wright - Run-offense coordinator William Sherman - Pass-offense coordinator/WRs

Quick Facts Location: Durham, N.C. Enrollment: 8,612 Founded: 1910 Nickname: Eagles Colors: Maroon & Gray Stadium: O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium Capacity: 10,000 Surface: Artificial Affiliation: NCAA Division I FCS Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) Chancellor: Charlie Nelms Director of Athletics: Ingrid Walker-McCree Football Staff Head Coach: Henry Frazier III Alma Mater: Bowie State, 93 Record at school: 2-9 | One year Career record: 71-60 | 13 years Frazier vs. DSU: 1-0 Assistant Coaches Dwayne Foster - Assistant head coach/Recruiting Michael Bryant - Offensive coordinator/QBs John Morgan, Jr. - Def. coordinator/LBs Mike McGlinchy - Special Teams/RBs Roy Jones - Tight Ends Antonio Rivens - Defensive Line Mike Mendenhall - Linebackers/Special Teams

Team Information 2011 Record: 5-6 2011 MEAC Record: 4-4 | T-Sixth 2011 Postseason: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 65/12 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 18 (7/8/3) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 10 (4/6/0) Top Returning Players: Travis Davidson (RB), Seth Higgins (QB), Tierney Yates (DL), Allen Stephens (LB)

Team Information 2011 Record: 2-9 2011 MEAC Record: 1-7 | 10th 2011 Postseason: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 63/21 Starters Returning (O/D): 13 (5/8) Starters Lost (O/D): 9 (6/3) Top Returning Players: Idreis Augustus (RB), Geovonie Irvine (WR), Marc Lewis (LB), Stephen Young (DL)

TEAM HISTORY 1st year of football: 1898 All-time record: 419-362-33 (since 1920) Last postseason appearance: Alabama A&M, 1979 Last postseason result: 7-27 (NCAA Div. II Playoffs)

TEAM HISTORY 1st year of football: 1823 All-time record: 428-357-30 NCAA Tournament record: 1-3 Last postseason appearance: 2006 Last postseason result: Lost, 17-24 to Delta State (NCA Div. II Playoffs)

Series Information All-time series: MSU leads 30-23 Last meeting: 2011 | MSU, won 12-0 in Dover

Series Information All-time series: NCCU leads 14-6 Last meeting: 2011 | NCCU won 14-7 in Dover

Sports Information Football Contact: Leonard L.Haynes IV Office: (443) 885-3831 E-Mail: leonard.haynes@morgan.edu Press Box Phone: (443) 885-4018

Sports Information Football Contact: Kyle Serba Office: (919) 530-7054 Cell phone: (919) 796-1696 E-Mail: kserba@nccu.edu

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2012 OPPONENTS HAMPTON*

HOWARD*

November 10 | 1 p.m. Alumni Stadium Dover, Del.

November 17 | 1 p.m. William H. Greene Stadium Washington, D.C.

Quick Facts Location: Hampton, Va. 23668 Founded: 1868 Enrollment: 5,402 Nickname: Pirates Colors: Royal Blue & White Stadium: Armstrong Stadium Capacity: 17,000 Surface: Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division I FCS Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) President: Dr. William R. Harvey Interim Athletic Director: Malcolm Avery

Quick Facts Location: Washington, D.C. Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 10,500 Nickname: Bison Colors: Blue, Red & White Stadium: William H. Greene Stadium Capacity: 7,086 Surface: Artificial Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) National Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 FCS President: Dr. Sidney Ribeau Director of Athletics: Louis “Skip” Perkins

Football Staff Head Coach: Donovan Rose Alma mater: Hampton, ‘79 Record at HU: 18-15 | Three years Overall record: Same Rose vs. DSU: 2-1 Assistant Coaches: Keith Goganious - Defensive Coordinator Earnest Wilson - Offensive Coordinator Devan Hill - Defensive Backs Gregory Taylor, Jr. - Running Backs Darryl Bullock - Offensive Line Delbert Cowsettee - Defensive Line Michael Villagrana - Special Teams Lamar Thomas - Wide Receivers Team Information 2011 Record: 7-4 2011 MEAC Record: 5-3 | Fourth 2011 Postseason: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 47/11 Starters Returning (O/D): 17 (8/9) Starters Lost (O/D): 5 (3/2) Top Returning Players: Antwon Chisolm (RB), Jarvis Brown (WR), Delbert Tyler (LB), Lyndell Gibson (LB)

Football Staff Head Coach: Gary Harrell Alma Mater: Howard, ’94 Record at Howard: 5-6 | One year Career Record: Same Harrell vs. DSU: 0-1 Assistant Coaches: Rayford Petty - Defensive Coordinator Bobby Jones - Defensive Line Ron Bolton - Defensive Backs Ted White - Offensive coordinator/QBs Chennis Berry - Offensive Line Theron Smith - Running Backs Jonathan Brewer - Wide Receiver Mike Andrews - Kickers

TEAM HISTORY 1st Year of Football: 1902 All-Time Record: 538-391-34 All-time bowl/playoff record: 1-8 Last Postseason Appearance: 2006 Result of Last Appearance: Lost to New Hampshire, 41-38 (FCS Playoffs First Round)

TEAM HISTORY 1st Year of Football: 1905 All-Time Record: 437-351-40 Last Postseason Appearance: 1993 Result of Last Appearance: Lost to Marshall 28-14 in Div. I-AA playoffs (First Round)

Series Information All-time series: HU leads 24-13 Last meeting: 2011 | Hampton won, 42-6 in Hampton Sports Information Sports Information Director: Maurice Williams Phone: 757-727-5757 FAX: 757-727-5813 Email: maurice.williams@hamptionu.edu Press box phone: 757-727-5422

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Team Information 2011 Record: 5-6 2011 MEAC Record: 4-4 | Fifth 2011 Postseason: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/10 Starters Returning (O/D): 14 (7/7) Starters Lost (O/D): 8 (4/4) Top Returning Players: Greg McGhee (QB), Andra Williams (RB), Keith Pough (LB), Brandon Flanag (WR)

Series Information All-time series: DSU leads 37-30-1 Last meeting: 2011 | DSU won 39-36 in Dover Sports Information Sports Information Director: Edward Hill, Jr. Office Phone: (202) 806-7184 Fax: (202) 806-9595 E-Mail: ehill@howard.edu Press Box Phones: (202) 806-5488/89/91

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MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) begins its 43rd year of intercollegiate competition heading into the 2012-13 academic school year. Located in Norfolk, Va., the MEAC is made up of 13 outstanding historically black institutions across the Atlantic coastline: Bethune-Cookman University, Coppin State University, Delaware State University, Florida A&M University, Hampton University, Howard University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Morgan State University, Norfolk State University, North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina Central University, Savannah State University and South Carolina State University. The MEAC sponsors 15 Division I (FCS) sports with automatic qualifying bids for NCAA postseason competition in baseball, bowling, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s track and field, softball, and volleyball.

however, Winston-Salem State withdrew from the conference and returned to Division II. On July 1, 2010, the MEAC made its most recent expansion with the admittance of North Carolina Central and Savannah State University. On June 8, 1980, the MEAC was classified as a Division I conference by the NCAA. Prior to that year, the conference operated as a Division II conference. The month after it achieved Division I status, the MEAC received an automatic qualification to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. Currently, the conference has automatic qualifying bids for NCAA postseason play in baseball (since 1994), men’s basketball (since 1981), women’s basketball (since 1982), football (since 1996), softball (since 1995), men’s and women’s tennis (since 1998), and volleyball (since 1994).

The MEAC initiated cross country in 1980, and North Carolina A&T earned the inaugural men’s crown. The first women’s cross country championship took MEAC student-athletes excel on and off the field and several have been recplace a year later, with Howard winning the first of its seven titles. Indoor Track ognized on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America and All-District and Field was also added in 1981, with South Carolina State capturing the teams. The MEAC awards two post-graduate scholarships of $5,000 each annu- men’s title and Howard winning the women’s crown. ally to one male and one female student-athlete who have excelled academically and athletically and are in their final season of intercollegiate athletics Tennis and golf returned as MEAC-governed sports in 1981 after a five-year eligibility and competition under MEAC and NCAA regulations. hiatus. South Carolina State won all seven of the conference’s golf championships from 1972-1983 before the sport was discontinued after the 1983 HISTORY championship. In 1969, a bold ad hoc group of innovators long associated with intercollegiate athletics met in Durham, N.C., to discuss the feasibility of organizing a new Baseball, which began in 1972, was discontinued following the 1977 season. It conference. From these discussions, they formed a steering and planning was brought back as a MEAC-governed sport along with women’s volleyball in committee to fully investigate the idea, present a detailed report with recom- 1983. Women’s softball became a MEAC-sanctioned sport in 1992. mendations to interested collegiate institutions and construct a workshop to outline proposals. Bowling was officially sanctioned as a MEAC sport in 1999. The MEAC was the first conference to secure NCAA sanctioning for women’s bowling by adopting After selecting a proposal and adopting a program, seven institutions (Delathe club sport prior to the 1996-97 school year. ware State College, Howard University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Morgan State University, North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS Central University and South Carolina State College) agreed to become the The MEAC has enjoyed tremendous athletic success over the years. In 2008, Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Their major objective was to establish, Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) defeated Arkansas State 4-2 to win the NCAA organize and supervise an intercollegiate athletic program among a compact Women’s Bowling National Championship, a first for the conference and instigroup of educational institutions of high academic standards with a sound tution. With the victory, Lady Hawks’ Head Coach Sharon Brummell became philosophy of co-curricular activities. The conference agreed to seek Division I the first female head coach to win an NCAA bowling title. The Lady Hawks status for its sports. repeated the feat in 2011 to win the team’s second NCAA title. During the same season, UMES won the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Intercollegiate The conference was confirmed in 1970, kicking off its first season of competiTeam Championships (ITC), becoming the first team to win two national chamtion in football in 1971. pionships during the same season. In 1978, the MEAC reached a milestone when it selected Kenneth A. Free to be its first full-time commissioner. Free served the conference for 18 years before stepping down in May of 1996. In July 1996, Charles S. Harris was named commissioner and served in the capacity until April 2002. On September 1, 2002, Dr. Dennis E. Thomas was named commissioner and has served in the position for nine years. The conference’s first expansion occurred in October 1979 when Bethune-Cookman College and Florida A&M University were voted into the MEAC as new members. Original members Morgan State, North Carolina Central and Maryland Eastern Shore withdrew from the conference at the end of the 1979-80 fiscal year. Maryland Eastern Shore was readmitted in 1981 and Morgan State returned in 1984. Florida A&M opted to resign in 1984 but rejoined the conference in 1986. Coppin State College was granted admittance in 1985, becoming the ninth member institution. The MEAC expanded again in the 1990s with the inclusion of Hampton University (1995) and Norfolk State University (1997). The conference expanded once again in 2007, adding Winston-Salem State University. Following the 2009-10 academic/athletic season,

In men’s basketball, UMES became the first historically black college/university (HBCU) to participate in the 1974 National Invitational Tournament (NIT). The Hawks defeated Manhattan, 84-81, in the first round before falling to Jacksonville by two points in the second round. Before the Jacksonville loss, UMES had the best record in the nation at 27-1. That same year, Morgan State won the

MEAC COMMISSIONERS Dr. Dennis E. Thomas Brenda H. McCoy (Interim) Charles S. Harris Kenneth A. Free* Dr. James Young (Part-time) Earl Mason (Part-time) Dr. Leroy Walker (Part-time) *First Full-Time Commissioner

2002-Present 1996 and 2002 1996-200 1978-1996 1975-1978 1974-1975 1971-1974

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NCAA College Division II National Championship and junior center Marvin “The Olympics. The Eagles finished fourth in the 1974 NCAA Division I Men’s Outdoor Human Eraser” Webster was named the Division II Player of the Year. Track and Field Championship. MEAC women began outdoor track and field conference competition in 1980. In 1982, South Carolina State won the AIAW Division The 1981 tournament champion Howard Bison became the first MEAC team to II Outdoor Track and Field National Championship. play in the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship. The MEAC has showcased more than 27 athletes in the Olympics. Among them, 11 Coppin State and Hampton made history in the NCAA Division I Men’s Bashave earned medals during the Summer Games. ketball Tournament with first-round victories. The No. 15 seeded Coppin State Eagles defeated No. 2 South Carolina in 1997, and No. 15 seeded Hampton In 2003, Florida A&M became the first MEAC school to win a volleyball match in defeated No. 2 Iowa State in 2001. ESPN Sports Center ranked both victories the NCAA Championship, with a first-round win over Winthrop. In 2004, the Lady ranked among the Top 10 greatest tournament upsets of all time Rattlers became the first historically black college/university to rank in the Top 25 of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) national poll. In women’s basketball, South Carolina State won the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) Division II National Championship in 1979. In South Carolina State’s women’s tennis team earned the conference’s first Intercol1982, Howard became the first MEAC women’s team to participate in the NCAA legiate Tennis Association (ITA) ranking in a 2005 poll, reaching No. 72. Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. South Carolina State earned the conference’s bid in 1983 and became the first MEAC team, men or women, to In softball, Bethune-Cookman earned the conference’s first-ever at-large bid to the win an opening-round game in the NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament. NCAA Softball Championship in 2005. The Lady Wildcats defeated Florida, Central Florida and South Florida in the Florida Regional to become the first MEAC school In 2010, The North Carolina A&T Lady Aggies defeated Wake Forest and Charto win an NCAA Division I Softball Regional. Bethune-Cookman ended the 2005 lotte before falling to Miami in the third round of the Women’s National Invita- season with the conference’s first-ever rankings in the final softball polls, reaching tion Tournament (WNIT). North Carolina A&T became the first MEAC team and No. 18 in the NFCA/USA Today Coaches poll and No. 23 in the USA Softball/ESPN. historically black college/university to win two consecutive basketball games com Poll. in a national postseason tournament. Florida A&M was the first MEAC baseball team to advance to NCAA postseason The No. 13 Hampton Lady Pirates faced No. 4 Kentucky in the 2011 NCAA play in 1994. The Rattlers took on Southeastern Louisiana in a best of three play-in Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament. The 13th seed was the highest seed series, falling after two games, 11-10 and 8-7. During the 2002 campaign, Betearned by a MEAC women’s basketball program since the inception of the 64hune-Cookman advanced to the Gainesville Regional and became the first MEAC team bracket in 1994. team to win in the NCAA Tournament with a 7-4 victory over Florida International. The Wildcats had previously lost to Florida in their first game 13-1, and the team In football, the MEAC was instrumental in constructing the Freedom Bowl was eliminated from the regional with a 21-10 loss in its second matchup against All-Star Classic, the Heritage Bowl and the Gold Bowl. Prior to Division I comthe Gators. petition, the MEAC competed in the Gold Bowl, held in Richmond, Va., which matched the MEAC champion against the champion of the Central IntercolCONFERENCE TENURE legiate Athletic Association (CIAA). South Carolina State represented the MEAC in 1976 and 1979, winning both outings over Winston-Salem State and Norfolk Bethune-Cookman 1979-Present State respectively. In addition to the 1976 and 1979 crowns, South Carolina Coppin State 1985-Present State won MEAC football titles in 1974-78, 1980-83, 1994, 2004, 2008 and 2009. Delaware State 1970-Present South Carolina State won MEAC football titles in 1974-78, 1980-83,1994, 2004, Florida A&M 1979-1984; 1986-Present 2008 and 2009. They were also named co-champions along with BethuneCookman and Florida A&M during the 2010 season. During the 1981 and 1982 Hampton 1995-Present seasons, South Carolina State reached the second round of the I-AA championMaryland Eastern Shore 1970-1979; 1981-Present ships. On the track, Hampton’s Francenca McCorory set an American record in the 400m dash with a time of 50.54 and defended her national indoor title at the 2010 NCAA Indoor Championships. McCorory, a two-time All-American and three-time MEAC indoor champion in the 400m dash, became the first backto-back NCAA indoor 400m champion since Suziann Reid of Texas (1998 and 1999). McCorory was named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division I National Athlete of the Year for the 2010 Indoor Track and Field season. In outdoor track and field, North Carolina Central won the first three MEAC titles. The quartet of Melvin Bassett, Robert Ouko, Julius Sang and Larry Black set the world record in the sprint medley relay with a time of 38.19 in the 1972

Morgan State Norfolk State North Carolina A&T North Carolina Central Savannah State South Carolina State Winston-Salem State

1970-1979; 1984-Present 1997-Present 1970-Present 1970-1979; 2010-Present 2010-Present 1970-Present 2007-2010

MEAC SPONSORED SPORTS Men’s Women’s Baseball Basketball Basketball Bowling Cross Country Cross Country Football Indoor Track & Field Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Softball Tennis Tennis Volleyball

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2012 MEAC COMPOSITE SCHEDULE 2012 MEAC Football Schedule TBA

FINAL 2011 MEAC STANDINGS Team Norfolk State Bethune-Cookman South Carolina State Hampton Florida A&M North Carolina A&T Morgan State Howard Delaware State N.C. Central Savannah State

MEAC W-L Pct. 7-1 .875 6-2 .750 6-2 .750 5-3 .625 5-3 .625 4-4 .500 4-4 .500 4-4 .500 1-7 .125 1-7 .125 1-7 .125

Points For Opp. 224 109 238 133 263 132 221 152 226 146 199 156 180 191 162 184 104 287 149 267 92 301

Overall W-L Pct. 9-3 .750 8-3 .727 7-4 .636 7-4 .636 7-4 .636 5-6 .455 5-6 .455 5-6 .455 3-8 .273 2-9 .182 1-10 .091

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THE MEAC 2011 ALL-MEAC SELECTIONS First Team - Offense Pos Name QB Chris Walley RB Isidore Jackson RB Mike Mayhew TE Lamont Bryant WR Willie Carter WR Xavier Boyce OL Kendall Noble OL Steven Robinson OL Corey Gwinner OL Blake Matthews C Shelly Anthony

Class r-Sr. r-So. Sr. Sr. Sr. r-Jr. r-Sr. r-Sr. r-Sr. r-Sr. r-So.

School Norfolk State Bethune-Cookman North Carolina A&T Morgan State Howard Norfolk State Norfolk State Florida A&M Howard Norfolk State Florida A&M

Hometown Tallahassee, Fla. Mossy Head, Fla. Charlotte, N.C. Newport News, Va. Denmark, S.C. Virginia Beach, Va. Rocky Mount, N.C. Tallahassee, Fla. Ypsilanti, Mich. Manassas, Va. Atlanta, Ga.

First Team - Defense Pos Name DL Ryan Davis DL Sackie Kerkulah DL Josh Turner DL Pat Washington LB Keith Pough LB Corwin Hammond LB Donovan Richard DB John Ojo DB Micah Pellerin DB Justin Ferrell DB Dominique Ellis P Branden Holdren P/K Ryan Estep Ret Edmond Baker

Class Sr. r-Sr. r-Sr. r-Sr. r-Jr. r-Sr. r-Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. r-Sr. Jr. r-Sr. r-Jr.

School Bethune-Cookman Howard Norfolk State South Carolina State Howard Norfolk State South Carolina State Florida A&M Hampton North Carolina A&T South Carolina State Florida A&M Norfolk State Florida A&M

Hometown Tampa, Fla. Willingboro, NJ Chesterfield, Va. Hollywood, S.C. Orangeburg, S.C. Louisville, Ky. Georgetown, S.C. Tallahassee, Fla. New Orleans, La. Danville, Va. Union City, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Chesapeake, Va. Miami, Fla

Offensive Player of the Year: Chris Walley, Norfolk State and Mike Mayhew, North Carolina A&T Defensive Player of the Year: Ryan Davis, Bethune-Cookman Offensive Lineman of the Year: Blake Matthews, Norfolk State Rookie of the Year: Greg McGhee, Howard Coach of the Year: Pete Adrian, Norfolk State

ALL-TIME MEAC ALL-SPORTS AWARD WINNERS The Mary McLeod Bethune Award, named after the founder of Bethune-Cookman College, awards the top overall women's athletic program during the course of one full academic year. The first Mary McLeod Bethune award was given in 1987 to Delaware State University. Florida A&M (1993-2000) and Hampton lead all MEAC schools with nine Women's Awards. The men's All-Sports Award is named after the late Talmadge Layman Hill, a former player and coach at Morgan State, and former Chairman of the MEAC Steering and Planning Committee, as well as the conference's first President. Howard University was the recipient of the first Talmadge Layman Hill Award in 1972. South Carolina State holds the men's record with 11 awards from 1973-84. Talmadge Layman Hill Award (Men) 1972 Howard 1973 Morgan State 1974 South Carolina State 1975 South Carolina State 1976 South Carolina State 1977 South Carolina State 1978 South Carolina State 1979 South Carolina State 1980 South Carolina State 1981 South Carolina State 1982 South Carolina State 1983 South Carolina State 1984 South Carolina State 1985 Delaware State

1986 Delaware State 1987 Howard 1988 Howard 1989 Florida A&M 1990 Delaware State 1991 Florida A&M 1992 Florida A&M 1993 Florida A&M 1994 Florida A&M 1995 Florida A&M North Carolina A&T 1996 North Carolina A&T 1997 Florida A&M 1998 Florida A&M

1999 Hampton 2000 Florida A&M 2001 Norfolk State 2002 Florida A&M 2003 Hampton 2004 Hampton 2005 Norfolk State 2006 Norfolk State 2007 Norfolk State 2008 Norfolk State 2009 Norfolk State 2010 Norfolk State 2011 Norfolk State 2012 Norfolk State

Mary McLeod Bethune Award (Women) 1987 Delaware State 1988 Howard 1989 Howard 1990 Howard 1991 South Carolina State 1992 Howard 1993 Florida A&M 1994 Florida A&M 1995 Florida A&M

1996 Florida A&M 1997 Florida A&M 1998 Florida A&M 1999 Florida A&M 2000 Florida A&M 2001 Florida A&M 2002 Hampton 2003 Hampton 2004 Hampton

2005 Hampton 2006 Hampton 2007 Hampton 2008 Hampton 2009 Hampton 2010 Hampton 2011 Hampton 2012 Hampton

ALL-TIME MEAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS 1971 Morgan State 1972 North Carolina Central 1973 North Carolina Central 1974 South Carolina State 1975 South Carolina State North Carolina A&T 1976 South Carolina State Morgan State 1977 South Carolina State 1978 South Carolina State 1979 Morgan State 1980 South Carolina State 1981 South Carolina State 1982 South Carolina State Florida A&M 1983 South Carolina State 1984 Bethune-Cookman 1985 Delaware State 1986 North Carolina A&T 1987 Delaware State 1988 Delaware State Bethune-Cookman Florida A&M 1989 Delaware State 1990 Florida A&M 1991 Delaware State North Carolina A&T 1992 North Carolina A&T 1993 Howard 1994 South Carolina State 1995 Florida A&M 1996 Florida A&M 1997 Hampton 1998 Hampton 1999 North Carolina A&T 2000 Florida A&M 2001 Florida A&M 2002 Bethune-Cookman 2003 North Carolina A&T 2004 Hampton South Carolina State 2005 Hampton 2006 Hampton 2007 Delaware State 2008 South Carolina State 2009 South Carolina State 2010 Bethune-Cookman South Carolina State Florida A&M 2011 Norfolk State

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

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GAME 1 - DSU 24, VMI 21 SEPTEMBER 3, 2011 | FOSTER STADIUM | LEXINGTON, VA. Kermit Blount made a memorable debut as head coach of the Delaware State football team. In a game marked by a more than one hour delay to start the second half due to lightning, Blount led the Hornets to a 24-21 victory over VMI in the season opener for each team.

1 2 3 4 T DELAWARE STATE 6 8 7 3 24 VMI 7 7 0 7 21

Nick Elko threw for 230 yards and three touchdowns and Justin Wilson had two TD catches to lead Delaware State’s 346-yard attack. The Hornet defense forced three turnovers and made a key fourth down stop late in the fourth quarter on VMI’s final possession. “This is a very special win for me, but more importantly for our players,” said Blount, who was head coach at Winston-Salem State University for 17 years for accepting the DSU job last February. “Our players have done everything we’ve asked since I arrived, and I couldn’t be happier for them. This is a good win for our program. We had some adversity right from the start, but everyone stayed focused on the mission at hand.” A Delaware State turnover on the opening kickoff led to a VMI touchdown just 52 seconds into the season.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

VMI DSU VMI DSU DSU DSU VMI

14:02 12:03 06:22 04:27 05:46 12:51 07:38

Jones 1 run (Sexton kick) Tarpley 19 pass from Elko (Kick failed) Jones 0 fum rec. (Sexton kick) Wilson 7 pass from Elko (Elko to Tarpley) Wilson 47 pass from Elko (Ward kick) Ward 24 FG Jones 4 run (Sexton kick)

3-11, 0:52 3-19; 0:14 7-47; 3:52 5-56; 1:55 5-80; 2:20 12-73; 5:06 11-73; 5:13

VMI 7 VMI 7 VMI 14 VMI 14 DSU 21 DSU 24 DSU 24

DSU 0 DSU 6 DSU 6 DSU 14 VMI 14 VMI 14 VMI 21

Three plays after Travis Tarpley lost a fumble on the opening kick at the VMI 11, Chaz Jones scored a touchdown on a one-yard run to give the Keydets a 7-0 lead. The Hornets took advantage of a VMI turnover to score their first points of the season as Tarpley atoned for his miscue by hauling in a 19-yard touchdown pass from Elko on a diving catch to pull DSU to within 7-6 with 12:03 left in the first quarter. The drive began at the VMI 19 following an interception by linebacker Brandon Harvey. “The team responded well to the early turnover,” Blount said. “After the fumble, I told Tarpley to keep his head up, and he came through with a big-time catch for the touchdown.” The Keydets added to their lead on a touchdown midway through the second quarter as Jones scored for the second time in the game when he fumbled on a three-yard run, but recovered the ball in the endzone to give VMI at 14-6 lead with 6:22 to go before halftime. Elko and Wilson connected on the first of their two touchdown strikes to help pull the Hornets pull even shortly before the half. The duo capped off a five-play, 56-yard drive with a seven-yard scoring pass to pull the Hornets to within 14-12 with 1:55 left in the second quarter. The pair also had a 28-yard connection during the drive. The Hornets tied the score at 14 on a two-point pass from Elko to Tarpley after the touchdown. The teams had to endure a longer than usual halftime break when lightning forced an evacuation of the stadium and reports of a tornado in the area. Played resumed after a 68-minute delay. Delaware State took the lead for the first time when Elko and Wilson hooked up on a 47-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter. Wilson caught the ball at around the VMI 20, then eluded two would-be tacklers before sprinting into the endzone. Freshman placekicker Mitchell Ward tacked on the extra point to give the Hornets a 21-14 lead with 5:46 left in the third quarter. Wilson, the 2011 MEAC Preseason Offensive Player-of-the-Year, had six catches for 110 yards and two touchdowns in the contest. Counting the Hornets’ 2010 finale at Howard, Wilson has 15 receptions for 327 yards and six touchdowns in his last two games. The Hornets stretched their lead to 24-14 when Ward hit his first collegiate field goal, a 24-yard kick with 12:51 left in the fourth quarter. Elko completed 2-of-3 passes for 47 yards during the scoring drive, including a 37-yard strike to Tarpley. VMI pulled to within 24-21 when Jones scored his third touchdown of the game on a 4-yard run with 7:38 left to play. Jones led all players with 76 yards rushing on 19 carries. After Delaware State failed to score on its next possession, the Keydets started their final drive of the game at their 20-yard line with 2:51 left to play. The Hornet defense forced VMI into three incomplete passes and a completion for no gain in four plays to seal the win.

DELAWARE STATE (1-0) Rushing Jones Bailey

VMI (0-1)

No. Yds. TD 18 69 0 10 38 0

LG AVG 20 3.8 9 3.8

Passing A-C-I Yds. Elko 32-17-0 232 Receiving No. Yds. TD Wilson 6 110 2 Tarpley 2 22 0 Ceravolo 2 10 0 Punting No. Avg. LG Kano 8 45.8 65

TD LG 3 47

Punt Returns

No.

LG

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. Yds. TD LG 4 92 0 35

Tackles Boyd Tabb Adjei Ferguson

UA-A 3-6 5-2 2-5 2-5

Yds.

TT 9 7 7 7

TD

LG 47 22 7 I20 2

TL-Yds. SK FF

1

Elko, in his first season as the full-time starting quarterback, completed 17-of-32 passes for 232 yards and three touchdowns without an interception. Tarpley had 174 all-purpose yards; 76 on five receptions and 92 on four kickoff returns. Jaashawn Jones led the Hornets with 69 rushing yards on 18 carries, while newcomer Josh Bailey rushed for 38 yards on 10 attempts. Defensive back Joe Boyd led the Hornets with nine tackles. Tavis Tabb, Ernest Adjei and Quentin Ferguson had seven stops each. Matt Spicer also had a DSU interception, while Quintin Fortes recovered a VMI fumble for the Hornets. Darrell Brown was credited with Delaware State’s lone sack.

Rushing Jones Talley Passing Kordenbrock

No. Yds. TD 19 76 3 8 45 0

LG AVG 16 4.0 14 5.6

A-C-I 43-22-2

TD LG 0 40

Receiving Hairston Jones Punting Murray

No. Yds. TD 6 76 0 6 45 0

LG 35 15

No. Avg. 7 37.9

LG 48

I20 2

Punt Returns White

No. 2

TD 0

LG 17

Kickoff Returns Hairston

No. Yds. 5 116

TD 0

LG 32

Tackles Harper Gross

UA-A TT 3-6 9 2-7 9

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds. Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

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Yds. 227

Yds. 21

DSU

TL-Yds. SK FF 0.5/1

15 23-114 232 17-32-0 66-346 0-0 0-0 4-92 2-0 8-45.8 2-2 5-31 29:53 7 of 16 0 of 0 3 of 4 1-8

VMI

18 28-113 227 22-43-2 71-340 0-0 2-21 5-116 0-0 7-37.9 2-1 4-40 30:07 5 of 14 0 of 1 3 of 4 0-0


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DELAWARE STATE FOOTBALL

GAME 2 - DSU 31, SHAW 27 SEPTEMBER 10, 2011 | ALUMNI STADIUM | DOVER, DEL.

Delaware State appeared headed for defeat against Shaw University, but a generous play call by the Bears, a big defensive play and a touchdown pass in a driving rain storm with 35 seconds left resulted in a stunning 31-27 victory for the Hornets in a wild contest at Alumni Stadium.

1 2 3 4 T SHAW 7 10 7 3 27 DELAWARE STATE 6 0 3 22 31

Shaw led by as many as 18 points in the second half before the Hornets stormed back to improve to 2-0 while the Bears fell to 0-2.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

DSU 11:41 SHAW 08:28 SHAW 10:28 SHAW 01:29 SHAW 14:45 DSU 10:58 DSU 14:57 SHAW 09:23 DSU 05:10 DSU 00:35

Wilson 5 pass from Elko (kick failed) 3-16, 1:04 Craig 3 pass from Causey (Shepherd kick) 5-21; 1:50 Langford 1 run (Shepherd kick) 3-4; 1:24 Shepherd 25 FG 11-73; 6:11 Langford 89 KOR (Shepherd kick) Ward 30 FG 9-44; 3:36 Jones 4 run (Ward kick) 11-64; 3:44 Shepherd 32 FG 10-54; 5:27 Jackson 8 pass from Elko (Elko to Tarpley) 8-80; 3:58 Jackson 13 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 2-13; 0:14

DELAWARE STATE (2-0) Rushing Jones Bailey

DSU 6 SHAW 0 SHAW 7 DSU 6 SHAW 14 DSU 6 SHAW 17 DSU 6 SHAW 24 DSU 6 SHAW 24 DSU 9 SHAW 24 DSU 16 SHAW 27 DSU 16 SHAW 27 DSU 24 DSU 31 SHAW 27

LG AVG 15 4.1 3 1.0

Passing A-C-I Yds. Elko 46-25-3 238 Receiving No. Yds. TD Jackson 11 127 2 Wilson 6 32 1 Tarpley 2 29 0 Punting No. Avg. LG Kano 5 32.8 35

TD LG 3 34

Punt Returns Tarpley M. Williams Kickoff Returns Tarpley N. Williams

No. 3 1

Yds. 41 19

TD 0 0

LG 39 19

No. 2 1

Yds. 54 27

TD 0 0

LG 43 27

Tackles Harvey Ferguson Fortes

UA-A 7-7 3-9 2-5

TT 14 12 7

TL-Yds. SK FF 3.5-9 1 2.5-3

LG 34 8 17 I20 3

With just one timeout remaining, the Hornets needed a miracle to avoid a home loss to the Division II Bears. After a delay of game penalty against Shaw, the Bears attempted a running play on their next snap. Delaware State defensive end Olusegun Ayanbiola stripped the wet ball from Shaw runningback James Langford, and recovered the fumble at the Bears’ 13-yard line with 49 seconds left in the game. Two plays later, Nick Elko connected with wide receiver Darius Jackson on a 13-yard touchdown pass to give the Hornets a 30-27 lead with 35 seconds left. Ward’s extra point kick gave DSU a four-point lead.

SHAW (0-2)

No. Yds. TD 16 65 1 4 4 0

Delaware State trailed 27-24 when freshman Mitchell Ward missed a potential game-tying 33-yard field goal attempt in a downpour with 1:01 left to play, setting off a jubilant celebration along the Shaw sideline.

Rushing Langford Causey Passing Causey Odom

No. Yds. TD 27 65 1 11 28 0

LG AVG 12 2.4 9 2.5

A-C-I 11-18-0 4-0-0

Yds. 121 0

TD LG 1 25 0 0

Receiving Craig Royal Punting Shepherd

No. 3 3

TD 1 0

LG 25 9

Punt Returns Kennedy

No. 1

Kickoff Returns Langford

No. Yds. 5 169

Tackles Gullette Skeen

UA-A TT 6-2 8 5-2 7

Yds. 53 16

No. Avg. LG I20 7 36.9 47 0 Yds. 5

TD 0

LG 5

TD 1

LG 89

TL-Yds. SK FF 1.0/2 0.5/1

Shaw was hit with a holding penalty, and threw an incomplete pass on its final possession. Jackson had career-highs in receiving yards (127) and touchdown grabs (2), while tying his career mark with 11 receptions, which also ties a team record for catches in a game. Elko shook off a shaky first half to complete 25-of-46 passes for 238 yards, each a career-high. He threw three touchdowns for the second straight game, including two in the last 5:10 of the contest. The redshirt junior was 10-for-18 with three interceptions in the first half. Delaware State led 6-0 after a five-yard touchdown pass from Elko to Justin Wilson with 11:41 left in the first quarter. Wilson, the 2011 MEAC Preseason Player-of-the-Year, had six catches for 32 yards before leaving the game for good in the third quarter with an ankle injury. Shaw responded by scoring 17 unanswered points to take a 17-6 lead at halftime. The Bears opened up a 24-6 lead when Langford returned the second half kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown. Delaware State began its comeback when Ward hit a 35-yard field goal to pull the Hornets to within 24-9 with 10:58 left in the third quarter.

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds. Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU

23 25-52 238 25-46-3 71-290 0-0 4-60 6-100 0-0 5-32.8 2-1 8-73 28:11 3 of 12 1 of 1 5 of 6 2-9

SHAW 13 40-94 121 11-22-0 62-215 0-0 2-8 6-180-1 3-75 7-36.9 3-2 20-126 31:49 5 of 15 0 of 1 4 of 4 3-21

DSU moved closer when Jaashawn Jones capped off an 11play, 64-yard drive with a four-yard touchdown run on the first play of the fourth quarter. Ward’s extra point kick cut Shaw’s lead to 24-16 with 14:57 left to play. The Bears stretched their lead to 27-16 when Lyncon Shepherd hit a 32-yard field goal with 9:23 left to play. Delaware State answered with an eight-play, 80-yard touchdown drive to pull to within a field goal. Elko and Jackson capped off the drive with an eight-yard scoring pass to cut Shaw’s lead to 27-24 with 5:10 remaining in the game. The Hornets outscored the Bears 22-3 in the fourth quarter. DSU’s 15-point fourth-quarter deficit was it largest in a victory since overcoming an 18-point hole to defeat Norfolk State 28-21 in overtime to capture the MEAC championship in 2007.

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DELAWARE STATE FOOTBALL

GAME 3 - UD 45, DSU 0 SEPTEMBER 17, 2011 | DELAWARE STADIUM | NEWARK, DEL. The University of Delaware scored touchdowns on each of its first five possessions and never looked back in a dominating 45-0 win over Delaware State in the third meeting between the state’s two Division I teams.

1 2 3 4 T DELAWARE STATE 0 0 0 0 0 DELAWARE 14 21 10 0 45

The Hens, ranked seventh in the two major Top 25 Football Championship Subdivision polls, won their second straight game to improve to 2-1 on the season, while the Hornets fell to 2-1. Delaware outgained DSU 512-112 to improve to 3-0 in the series between the teams. The Hens have outscored the Hornets 116-24 in the three meetings. “We were outplayed by a solid football team,” said Delaware State first-year head coach Kermit Blount. “”It didn’t help that we hurt ourselves with turnovers and execution breakdowns. You can’t make the kind of mistakes we made and compete against a strong team like Delaware.” The Hens took control of the game right from the start. After holding the Hornets to three plays without a first down on the game’s first possession, Delaware marched 80 yards for the opening score. The Hens capped off the five-play drive with a 43- yard touchdown pass from Tim Donnelly to tight end Colin Naugle. Sean Banner’s extra point kick gave Delaware a 7-0 lead with 11:58 left in the first quarter. The Hornets were held to another three-and-out on their next possession. Delaware responded with a 14-play, 96-yard drive touchdown drive to open up a 14-0 lead. Andrew Pierce scored the first of his three touchdowns on a three-yard run to cap off the more than seven-minute drive with 3:29 left in the first quarter. Pierce had six carries for 38 yards in the drive, which also featured two third-down conversions. Delaware State’s next three possessions ended in turnovers, resulting in the 21 points for the Hens. Eight plays after Ricky Tunstall intercepted a Nick Elko pass at the Delaware 42, the Hens added their third touchdown of the game. Donnelly hooked up with Nihja White on an 11-yard scoring pass to give UD a 21-0 lead with 13:56 left in the second quarter. The Hornets recorded their first first-down of the game on their next possession, but the drive was doomed by another miscue early in the second quarter. Three plays after a 15yard first down pass from Elko to Darius Jackson, Delaware’s Jake Guisti scooped up a Jaashawn Jones fumble and returned it 32-yards for a touchdown to give the Hens a 28-0 lead with 11:06 left in the quarter. Delaware State moved the ball into Blue Hen territory for the first time on its next possession, but another turnover ended the march. One play after UD’s Paul Worrilow scooped up a Josh Bailey fumble, Donnelly connected with White on a 40-yard pass to the DSU one-yard line. Pierce plunged in the endzone on the next play to give the Hens a 35-0 lead with a 7:58 remaining in the first half. Delaware closed out the scoring with 10 points in the third quarter, highlighted by Pierce’s third touchdown of the game on a seven-yard run.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

UD UD UD UD UD UD UD None

11:58 03:39 13:56 11:06 07:58 11:25 04:44

Naugle 43 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick) 5-80, 2:04 Pierce 3 run (Baner kick) 14-96; 7:04 White 11 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick) 8-58; 3:50 Guisti 32 fumble ret. (Baner kick) Pierce 1 run (Baner kick) 2-60; 0:47 Pierce 7 run (Baner kick) 7-59; 3:28 Baner 47 FG 7-34; 4:08

DELAWARE STATE (2-1) Rushing Jones Bailey

UD 7 DSU 0 UD 14 DSU 0 UD 21 DSU 0 UD 28 DSU 0 UD 35 DSU 0 UD 42 DSU 0 UD 45 DSU 0

DELAWARE (2-1)

No. Yds. TD 5 9 0 4 6 0

LG AVG 3 1.8 5 1.5

Rushing Davis Pierce

No. Yds. TD 19 109 0 15 106 3

LG AVG 27 5.7 12 7.1

Passing Elko Receiving Tarpley Williams, Milton Jackson

A-C-I 25-17-1 No. Yds. 4 16 3 44 3 21

Yds. 115

TD LG 0 23

A-C-I 14-13-0

Yds. 221

TD LG 2 59

TD 0 0 0

LG 10 23 15

No. Yds. 7 122 2 51

TD 1 1

LG 59 43

Punting Kano

No. Avg. 8 41.0

LG 54

I20 2

Passing Donnelly Receiving White Naugle Punting Zaragoza

No. Avg. 3 33.3

LG 45

I20 0

Punt Returns Tarpley Jackson Kickoff Returns Tarpley Williams, Malcolm

No. 1 1

TD 0 0

LG 5 0

Punt Returns Burley

No. 2

TD 0

LG 0

TD 0 0

LG 35 16

Kickoff Returns Hayes

No. Yds. 1 16

TD 0

LG 16

Tackles Boyd Perry Miner

UA-A 7-1 6-1 6-1

Yds. 5 -1

No. Yds. 6 120 1 16 TT 8 7 7

TL-Yds. SK FF

Tackles Worrilow Burley

Yds. 0

UA-A TT 7-2 9 5-0 5

TL-Yds. SK FF 1.0/2

Elko completed 17-of-25 passes for 115 yards for the Hornets. Travis Tarpley led DSU with four catches, although he collected just 16 yards. Freshman receiver Milton Williams, playing in his first game, had a team-high 44 receiving yards on three catches. Delaware State was held to -3 yards rushing in the game.

Donnelly, who was presented with the Nate Beasley Award as the game’s Most Outstanding Player, completed 13-of-14 passes for 221 yards and two touchdowns. White had 122 yards and a touchdown on seven catches.

“We never could get into a rhythm offensive,” said Elko. “Delaware’s defense disrupted a lot of things we wanted to do. We have to put this behind us and regroup for our next game.”

Pierce rushed for 106 yards on 15 carries, although UD’s Walter Davis came off the bench to lead all players with 108 yards rushing.

Defensive back Joe Boyd led the Hornets with eight tackles, including five solo stops. Linebacker Alex Perry had seven tackles (5 unassisted ) and a forced fumble for DSU.

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds-TDs Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

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DSU

4 15-(-3) 115 17-25-1 40-112 0-0 2-4 8-149 0-0 8-41.0 2-2 5-44 21:10 0 of 10 0 of 0 0 of 0 2-6

UD

24 53-269 243 18-19-0 72-512 1-32-1 3-3 1-16 1-(-1) 3-33.3 2-0 8-65 38:50 7 of 13 1 of 2 4 of 5 2-13


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DELAWARE STATE FOOTBALL

GAME 4 - SCSU 69, DSU 0 SEPTEMBER 24, 2011 | DAWSON BULLDOG STADIUM | ORANGEBURG, S.C.

Delaware State managed just seven first downs and was outgained by more than 600 yards in a 69-0 loss South Carolina State in the MEAC opener for the Hornets at Dawson Bulldog Stadium.

1 2 3 4 T DELAWARE STATE 0 0 0 0 0 SOUTH CAROLINA ST. 7 21 20 21 69

DSU dropped its second straight game, each by shutout, to fall to 2-2 overall and 0-1 in the MEAC. South Carolina State improved to 2-2 and 2-0. The Bulldogs have won their fourth straight game against the Hornets to open up a 26-15 series lead.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

SCSU SCSU SCSU SCSU SCSU SCSU SCSU SCSU SCSU SCSU

08:19 14:32 07:05 04:11 13:08 11:36 08:44 14:41 07:53 04:09

McDonald 43 pass from Wiley (Erickson kick) 5-72, 1:30 Pendergrass 5 pass from Wiley (Erickson kick) 6-27; 2:01 Wiley 3 run (Erickson kick) 7-90; 3:53 Brannon 13 pass from Wiley (Erickson kick) 5-50; 1:25 Wiley 17 run (Erickson kick) 7-81; 1:48 Thomas 43 INT ret. (run failed) Davis 71 pass from Wiley (Erickson kick) 3-86; 0:27 Cue 3 run (Erickson kick) 11-95; 3:06 Cue 15 run (Erickson kick) 10-64; 4:46 Pendergrass 12 pass from Wiley (Erickson kick) 6-35; 2:10

DELAWARE STATE (2-2; 0-1) Rushing Jones N. Williams

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE (2-2; 2-0)

No. Yds. TD 11 13 0 3 7 0

LG AVG 5 1.2 5 2.3

Passing A-C-I Yds. TD LG Elko 33-16-3 74 0 17 Receiving No. Yds. TD LG M. Williams 5 27 0 13 Tarpley 4 6 0 5 Bailey 3 10 0 4 Ceravolo 2 12 0 7 Jones 1 17 0 17 Punting No. Avg. LG I20 Kano 12 40.8 60 3 Punt Returns Tarpley Jackson Kickoff Returns Jackson Tarpley

No. 1 1

Tackles Harvey Gunter Frye

UA-A 9-2 9-1 6-1

Yds. 0 0

TD 0 0

LG 0 0

No. Yds. TD LG 4 44 0 15 2 11 0 10 TT 11 10 7

SCSU 7 DSU 0 SCSU 14 DSU 0 SCSU 21 DSU 0 SCSU 28 DSU 0 SCSU 35 DSU 0 SCSU 41 DSU 0 SCSU 48 DSU 0 SCSU 55 DSU 0 SCSU 62 DSU 0 SCSU 69 DSU 0

Receiving Davis Pendergrass Punting Erickson

No. Yds. TD LG 6 147 1 71 4 18 2 12 No. Avg. LG I20 3 39.3 45 0

The Bulldogs led 7-0 after the first quarter, and added three scores in the second to take a 28-0 lead at the half.

Punt Returns Murphy

No. 3

Yds. 125

TD 0

LG 78

Kickoff Returns Simmons

No. Yds. 1 18

TD 1

LG 18

Delaware State’s deepest advance in the game was to the South Carolina State 24-yard line in the second quarter. DSU’s Mitchell Ward attempted a 41-yard field goal when the drive stalled, but South Carolina State blocked the kick.

UA-A TT 6-1 7 5-2 7

Yds. 238

TD LG 4 71

Delaware State quarterback Nick Elko completed 16-of-33 passes for 74 yards. He was intercepted three times. Freshman receiver Milton Williams had a team-high five catches for 27 yards.

S.C. State running back Jalen Simmons rushed for a gamehigh 127 yards on 11 carries. Delaware State quarterback Nick Elko completed 16 of 33 passes for 74 yards. He was intercepted three times. Joe Thomas returned an Elko interception 43 yards for a touchdown to give the Bulldogs a 41-0 lead in the third quarter.

LG AVG 40 11.5 27 10.1 18 3.1

Bulldog quarterback Derrick Wiley completed 12-of-20 passes for 238 yards and four touchdowns. He also rushed for two scores.

No. 11 8 13

A-C-I 12-20-1

TD 0 2 2

South Carolina State outgained the Hornets 687-84. Delaware State was held to just 10 yards rushing and 74 through the air.

Rushing Simmons Cue Wiley Passing Wiley

Tackles Thomas Washington

Yds. 126 81 40

“There’s not much to say other than we have a long way to go to be competitive against the caliber of teams we’ve faced the last two weeks,” said DSU head coach Kermit Blount, whose team suffered a 45-0 loss to Delaware the previous week. “There’s a lot of football to play this season, and my challenge is to keep our players focused on getting better each week.”

TL-Yds. SK FF 4.0/26

Jaashawn Jones was Delaware State’s leading rusher with 13 yards on 11 carries.

Wiley capped off a seven-play, 81-yard drive on the opening possession of the second half with a one-yard touchdown run to give the Bulldogs a 35-0 lead.

TL-Yds. SK FF 1.0-11 1.0/11

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds-TDs Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU

7 29-10 74 16-33-3 62-84 0-0 2-0 9-100 2-(-1) 12-40.8 1-1 4-27 29:36 2 of 18 0 of 0 0 of 0 2-18

SCSU

32 56-399 288 17-26-2 82-687 1-4 7-155 1-18 1-43-1 3-39.3 0-0 12-159 30:24 8 of 14 2 of 2 7 of 8 2-17

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DELAWARE STATE FOOTBALL

GAME 5 - FAMU 34, DSU 7 OCTOBER 1, 2011 | BRAGG STADIUM | TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Delaware State put points on the board for the first time in more than 11 quarters, but had little else to celebrate in a 34-7 loss to Florida A&M in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference contest at Bragg Stadium.

1 2 3 4 T DELAWARE STATE 0 0 0 7 7 FLORIDA A&M 3 6 14 14 34

The Hornets dropped their third straight game to fall to 2-3 overall and 0-2 in the MEAC. The Rattlers won their second in a row to improve to 3-2 and 1-1. Freshman quarterback Damien Fleming, making his first start, completed 14-of-29 passes for 245 yards and a touchdown to lead Florida A&M, which held a 394-to-181 advantage in total yards. Lenworth Lennon had five catches for 113 yards for the Rattlers. Delaware State scored its lone touchdown on a nine-yard pass from Nick Elko to freshman receiver Milton Williams with 11:37 left in the fourth quarter. The score was the first for the Hornets since the game-winning touchdown with 35 seconds left in a 31-27 win over Shaw on Sept. 10. It was also the first collegiate touchdown for Williams, who was playing in his third game. “We played well for a while, but made too many mistakes,” said Delaware State head coach Kermit Blount. “Hopefully, we’ll get some of our injured players back soon to help out the offense. I thought our defense made the Rattlers work hard for their points for most of the game, but it was put in too many difficult situations.” The Hornets played without wide receiver Justin Wilson, the 2011 MEAC Preseason Offensive Player-of-the-Year for the third straight game. In addition, starting offensive linemen Marcus Ponder and Tywan Lee sat out the contest for DSU. Two field goals by Florida A&M’s Trevor Scott accounted for the only first half scoring. The Hornets were outgained 204-66 in the first 30 minutes. Florida A&M stretched its lead to 13-0 on a touchdown pass from Fleming to Brian Tymes with 13:53 left in the third quarter. One play after an interception by Delaware State quarterback Nick Elko, Al-Terek McBurse scored on a 25-yard touchdown run to give the Rattlers a 20-0 lead with 3:51 remaining in the third quarter. “My hats off to (Florida A&M head coach) Joe Taylor and his staff,” said Blount. “They had a solid game plan were able to exploit our weaknesses.” Elko completed 15-of-31 passes for 127 yards and one touchdown for the Hornets. He was intercepted three times, giving him 10 picks in the last four games.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

FAMU 10:02 FAMU 01:26 FAMU 13:53 FAMU 03:51 DSU 11:37 FAMU 05:34 FAMU 02:39

Scott 25 FG Scott 34 FG Tyms 23 pass from Fleming (Scott kick) McBurse 25 run (Scott kick) Williams, Mi. 9 pass from Elko (Ward kick) Fleming 1 run (Scott kick) Rocker 20 run (Scott kick)

DELAWARE STATE (2-3; 0-2) Rushing Jones Bailey

9-65, 4:58 13-60; 7:34 1-23; 0:08 1-25; 0:10 6-26; 1:33 11-62; 5:54 5-50; 2:15

FAMU 3 DSU 0 FAMU 6 DSU 0 FAMU 13 DSU 0 FAMU 20 DSU 0 FAMU 20 DSU 7 FAMU 27 DSU 7 FAMU 34 DSU 7

FLORIDA A&M (3-2; 1-1)

No. Yds. TD 11 25 0 4 22 0

LG AVG 7 2.3 12 5.5

Passing A-C-I Yds. Elko 31-15-3 127 Receiving No. Yds. TD Tarpley 6 57 0 M. Williams 4 22 1 Jackson 2 22 0 Bailey 2 14 0 Punting No. Avg. LG Kano 6 35.0 68

TD LG 1 19

Punt Returns

No.

Yds.

TD

LG

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. 3

Yds. 71

TD 0

LG 38

Tackles Adjei Tabb Ferguson

UA-A 7-1 7-0 5-2

TT 8 7 7

TL-Yds. SK FF 1.0-1

LG 19 9 12 15 I20 2

Rushing Rocker Page Passing Fleming

No. Yds. TD 8 57 1 17 49 0

LG AVG 20 7.1 11 2.9

A-C-I 14-29-1

Yds. 245

TD LG 1 41

Receiving Lennon Tyms Punting Holdren

No. Yds. 5 113 3 52

TD 0 1

LG 41 23

No. Avg. 4 40.5

LG 54

I20 1

Punt Returns Stewart

No. 5

TD 0

LG 18

Kickoff Returns Baker

No. Yds. 2 50

TD 0

LG 27

Tackles Hepburn Folsom

Yds. 32

UA-A TT 5-1 6 4-2 2

TL-YDs SK

FF

1.0/6

Jaashawn Jones led the Hornets with 25 yards rushing on 11 carries. Linebacker Ernest Adjei led Delaware State with eight tackles, including five solo stops. Tavis Tabb and Quentin Ferguson had seven tackles each.

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds-TDs Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

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DSU

11 28-54 127 33-15-3 61-181 1-24 0-0 6-114 1-23 6-36.7 1-0 7-55 28:09 4 of 14 1 of 3 1 of 3 1-6

FAMU 18 34-149 245 29-14-1 63-394 0-0 5-32 2-50 3-29 4-40.5 2-1 10-78 31:51 6 of 13 0 of 0 4 of 5 5-15


Hornets

DELAWARE STATE FOOTBALL

GAME 6 - nsu 38, dsu 7 OCTOBER 8, 2011 | ALUMNI STADIUM | DOVER, DEL.

The return of MEAC Preseason Offensive Player-of-the-Year Justin Wilson provided a spark to Delaware State University’s passing attack but it was not enough to prevent 38-21 loss to Norfolk State at Alumni Stadium.

1 2 3 4 T NORFOLK STATE 14 10 7 7 38 DELAWARE STATE 0 7 0 14 21

The Hornets dropped their fourth straight game to fall to 2-4 overall and 0-3 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC). The league-leading Spartans improved to 5-1 and 3-0.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

NSU NSU NSU NSU DSU NSU DSU DSU NSU

10:49 00:28 11:41 07:51 00:36 03:26 14:44 07:28 03:01

Hedgeman 58 run (Estep kick) Hairston 22 pass from Walley (Estep kick) Walley 6 run (Estep kick) Estep 24 FG Wilson 15 pass from Elko (Ward kick) Boyce 18 pass from Walley (Estep kick) Jackson 7 pass from Elko (Ward kick) Jackson 10 pass from Elko (Ward kick) Hedgeman 5 run (Estep kick)

DELAWARE STATE (2-4; 0-3) Rushing Jones Bailey

2-66, 0:39 4-55; 1:51 8-75; 3:19 6-23; 1:47 10-77; 4:01 10-78; 4:17 4-57; 0:25 10-70; 4:09 3-18; 1:13

NSU 7 DSU 0 NSU 14 DSU 0 NSU 21 DSU 0 NSU 24 DSU 0 NSU 24 DSU 7 NSU 31 DSU 7 NSU 31 DSU 14 NSU31 DSU 21 NSU 38 DSU 21

Passing A-C-I Yds. Elko 48-30-2 339 Receiving No. Yds. TD Jackson 11 124 2 Wilson 10 118 1 Tarpley 4 53 0 Punting No. Avg. LG Kano 4 39.5 50

LG AVG 8 2.4 7 3.8

Rushing Hedgeman Maynes

TD LG 3 35

Passing Walley

A-C-I 36-28-0

Yds. TD LG 327 2 46

LG 34 32 35

Receiving Boyce Hairston Demps Punting Muenzer

No. 10 4 3

TD 1 1 0

I20 0

No. Yds. TD 15 132 2 6 60 0

Yds. 124 48 72

LG AVG 58 8.8 29 10.0

LG 46 22 40

No. Avg. LG I20 3 35.7 37 0

Punt Returns Jackson

No. Yds. TD LG 1 1 0 1

Punt Returns Hairston

No. Yds. TD LG 1 7 0 7

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. Yds. TD LG 4 58 0 23

Kickoff Returns Lewis

No. Yds. TD LG 2 2 0 2

Tackles Ferguson Adjei Tabb Scott

UA-A 7-3 6-1 5-2 4-3

TT 10 7 7 7

TL-Yds. SK 1.0 –5

FF

Tackles Anyaugo Giddens

UA-A TT 6-2 8 5-2 7

Delaware State QB Nick Elko connected on 30-of-48 passes for 339 yards, each a career-high. Elko also tied his careerbest with three touchdown passes. Darius Jackson tied a school record for receptions in a game for the third time in his career. Jackson had 11 catches for 124 yards and two touchdowns. He also hauled in 11 passes against Howard in 2009 and Sept. 10 of this season vs. Shaw. Wilson had a career-high 10 receptions for 118 yards and a touchdown. He missed the Hornets’ previous three games due to an ankle injury. During his absence, the Hornets totaled just seven points and 316 yards passing.

NORFOLK STATE (5-1; 3-0)

No. Yds. TD 8 19 0 4 15 0

Norfolk State quarterback Chris Walley completed 28-of36 passes for 327 yards and two touchdowns to propel the Spartans’ 526-yard attack. NSU’s Takeem Hedgeman rushed for 135 yards and two touchdowns while receiver Xavier Boyce had 10 catches for 124 yards and a score.

TL-YDs SK FF

Jackson and Wilson are the first Delaware State players with 100-plus receiving yards in a game since Jackson (123) and Larrone Moore (101) accomplished the feat against Howard in 2009. Elko’s 339 passing yards also tied for the fourth-best single game mark in team history. Norfolk State scored first when Hedgeman ran for a 58-yard touchdown 4:11 into the game. Walley connected with Victor Hairston on a 22-yard scoring pass, and rushed for a sixyard touchdown to give the Spartans a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter. The Hornets trailed 24-0 when Elko and Wilson hooked up on a 15-yard touchdown pass with 36 seconds left in the first half. After the Spartans stretched their lead to 31-7, Jackson scored his first touchdown on a seven-yard pass from Elko to pull the Hornets to within 31-14 with 14:44 left in the fourth quarter. Elko and Jackson struck again on a 10-yard touchdown to cut Norfolk State’s lead to 31-21 with 7:28 remaining in the game. The Spartans added an insurance touchdown on a five-yard run by Hedgeman with 3:01 left.

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds-TDs Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU

24 25-28 339 48-30-2 73-367 0-0 1-1 6-97 0-0 5-40.4 3-2 9-101 29:46 7 of 13 0 of 0 3 of 4 1-15

NSU

25 32-199 327 36-28-0 68-526 0-0 2-10 4-27 2-12 3-35.7 2-1 14-106 30:14 5 of 12 0 of 1 5 of 7 3-16

Delaware State continued its struggles with the running game. The Hornets rushed for just 28 yards on 25 carries. Norfolk State racked up 199 rushing yards on 32 attempts. DSU linebacker Quentin Ferguson led all players with 10 tackles. He also had a fumble recovery.

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DELAWARE STATE FOOTBALL

GAME 7 - ncat 42, dsu 24 OCTOBER 15, 2011 | AGGIE STADIUM | GREENSBORO, N.C. Delaware State cut a 28-point deficit to 11 before running out of steam in a 42-24 loss to North Carolina A&T before more than 20,000 homecoming fans at Aggie Stadium.

1 2 3 4 T DELAWARE STATE 0 3 14 7 24 NORTH CAROLINA A&T 21 7 7 7 42

The Hornets dropped their fifth straight game to fall to 2-5 overall and 0-4 in the MEAC. The Aggies won their third straight to improve to 4-2 and 3-0. North Carolina A&T scored touchdowns after two DSU turnovers en route to a 28-0 second quarter lead. Delaware State’s Mitchell Ward kicked a 25-yard field goal on the last play of the second quarter to cut the Aggies’ lead to 28-3 at the half. The Hornets pulled closer when Josh Bailey capped off a 12play, 68-yard drive with a one-yard touchdown run with 8:05 left in the third quarter. It was Bailey’s first career touchdown with the Hornets. Ward’s extra point kick cut the Aggies’ lead to 28-10. On the ensuing kickoff, Ward recovered his own onside kick to give Delaware State the ball at its 41-yard line. Five plays later, the Hornets cut deeper into the Aggies’ lead when Nick Elko connected with Travis Tarpley on a 42-yard touchdown pass. The extra point kick by Ward cut DSU’s deficit to 28-17 with 5:57 left in the third quarter. North Carolina A&T answered with a 69-yard touchdown drive to stretch its lead and stave off the Hornets’ momentum. Larry Raper capped off the drive with a 27-yard touchdown pass from Lewis Kindle to give the Aggies a 35-17 lead with 2:20 left in the third quarter. Raper and Kindle connected for their third touchdown pass of the game to give the Aggies a 42-17 lead with 9:35 remaining in the fourth quarter. Raper had five catches for 109 yards and the three scores. Kindle connected on 13-of-20 passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns. North Carolina A&T’s Mike Mayhew, the MEAC’s leading rusher entering the contest, ran for 128 yards and three touchdowns. Delaware State’s Jaashawn Jones closed out the scoring on a one-yard touchdown run with 6:31 left to play. “We are not into moral victories,” said Delaware State firstyear head coach Kermit Blount. “While I was pleased that we continued to fight after falling behind by 28 points, I was very disappointed that we played so poorly to allow ourselves to get into such a big hole.” The Hornets totaled 358 yards in the contest, their secondbest offensive output of the season. Elko completed 30-of-50 passes for 319 yards and a touchdown. It was the second 300-yard game of his career, each coming in the last two weeks.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

NCAT NCAT NCAT NCAT DSU DSU DSU NCAT NCAT DSU

07:37 04:57 01:16 14:46 00:00 08:05 05:57 02:20 09:35 06:31

Mayhew 1 run (Garcia kick) Raper 18 pass from Kindle (Garcia kick) Mayhew 19 run (Garcia kick) Mayhew 1 run (Garcia kick) Ward 25 FG Bailey 1 run (Ward kick) Tarpley 42 pass from Elko (Ward kick) Raper 27 pass from Kindle (Garcia kick) Raper 9 pass from Kindle (Garcia kick) Jones 1 run (Ward kick)

DELAWARE STATE (2-5; 0-4) Rushing Jones Bailey

LG AVG 7 2.9 14 7.5

Passing A-C-I Yds. Elko 50-30-1 319 Receiving No. Yds. TD Tarpley 9 121 1 Wilson 8 60 0 Jackson 5 50 0 Punting No. Avg. LG Kano 6 42.8 50

TD LG 1 42

Punt Returns Tarpley

No. 1

LG 0

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. Yds. TD LG 5 84 0 25

Tackles Ferguson Harvey Tabb

UA-A 6-3 6-2 5-2

TT 9 8 7

NCAT 7 DSU 0 NCAT 14 DSU 0 NCAT 21 DSU 0 NCAT 28 DSU 0 NCAT 28 DSU 3 NCAT 28 DSU 10 NCAT 28 DSU 17 NCAT 35 DSU 17 NCAT 42 DSU 17 NCAT 42 DSU 24

NORTH CAROLINA A&T (4-2; 3-0)

No. Yds. TD 9 26 1 2 15 1

Yds. -13

13-78, 5:13 3-14; 1:25 2-19; 0:10 12-84; 3:58 14-55; 4:39 12-68; 5:33 5-59; 2:08 8-69; 3:30 10-85; 5:13 9-66; 2:58

TD 0

LG 42 14 25 I20 1

TL-Yds. SK 1.0 –5

FF

Rushing Mayhew Passing Kindle

No. Yds. TD 24 128 3

A-C-I 20-13-0

LG AVG 23 5.3

Yds. TD LG 173 3 35

Receiving Raper Miles

No. Yds. TD LG 5 109 3 35 3 50 0 24

Punting Thomas

No. Avg. LG I20 4 41.2 47 3

Punt Returns Miles

No. Yds. TD LG 2 12 0 12

Kickoff Returns Raper

No. 2

Tackles Martin Binder

UA-A TT 7-3 10 3-6 9

Yds. 57

TD 0

LG 35

TL-YDs SK

FF

Tarpley had career-highs of nine catches for 121 yards. Quentin Ferguson lead the Hornets with nine tackles (6 solo), while fellow linebacker Brandon Harvey had eight tackles.

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds-TDs Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

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DSU

18 18-39 319 50-30-1 68-358 0-0 1-(-13) 7-116 0-0 6-42.8 1-1 2-10 30:10 6 of 15 1 of 1 3 of 3 0-0

NCAT

23 46-247 193 21-14-0 67-440 0-0 2-12 2-57 1-28 4-41.2 0-0 7-76 29:50 10 of 14 0 of 0 5 of 5 3-9


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DELAWARE STATE FOOTBALL

GAME 8 - MSU 12, DSU 0 OCTOBER 29, 2011 | HOMECOMING | ALUMNI STADIUM | DOVER, DEL.

Delaware State was held to a season-low 54 yards of total offense in a 12-0 loss to Morgan State on a cold, rainy homecoming at Alumni Stadium.

1 2 3 4 T NORFOLK STATE 14 10 7 7 38 DELAWARE STATE 0 7 0 14 21

The Hornets dropped their sixth straight game to fall to 2-6 overall and 0-5 in the MEAC. The Bears won their third in a row to improve to 5-3 and 4-1. The loss also snapped a six-game homecoming win streak for DSU.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

None MSU 04:43 Martin 2 run (run failed) None MSU 14:27 Martin 5 run (passed failed)

11-53; 5:53

MSU 6 DSU 0

10-85; 5:36

MSU 12 DSU 0

Redshirt freshman Tracy Martin rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bears. Martin scored on a two-yard run in the second quarter and on a five-yard run in the fourth for the game’s only scores. Morgan State racked up 314 yards, including 289 on the ground. Delaware State was held to 52 yards passing and two yards rushing in suffering its third shutout of the season. The Hornets collected just three first downs, two by the pass and the other on a Morgan State penalty.

DELAWARE STATE (2-6; 0-5) Rushing Jones Bailey

MORGAN STATE (5-3; 4-1)

No. Yds. TD 10 6 0 4 5 0

LG AVG 7 0.6 3 1.2

Rushing Martin Davidson

No. Yds. TD 38 154 2 17 90 0

LG AVG 17 4.1 25 5.3

Passing A-C-I Yds. Elko 17-7-0 52 Receiving No. Yds. TD Tarpley 3 25 0 Wilson 2 15 0 Brewton 2 12 0 Punting No. Avg. LG Kano 9 29.3 49

TD LG 0 17

Passing Higgins

A-C-I 4-2-0

TD LG 0 17

LG 17 11 7

Receiving Bryant Young Punting Adams

No. Yds. TD LG 1 17 0 17 1 8 0 8

Punt Returns None

No.

Yds.

TD

LG

Punt Returns Diggs

No. 3

Yds. 26

TD 0

LG 11

Kickoff Returns Tarpley Ma. Williams

No. 1 1

Yds. 19 13

TD 0 0

LG 19 13

Kickoff Returns None

No.

Yds.

TD

LG

Tackles Ferguson Adjei

UA-A TT 11-7 18 10-4 14

Tackles Myrie Stephens

UA-A TT 6-2 8 5-2 7

I20 1

TL-Yds. SK 1.0-1 1.0-2

FF

Yds. 25

No. Avg. LG I20 4 34.5 51 1

TL-YDs SK FF 1.0-2

The game was scoreless until Martin capped off an 11-play, 53-yard drive with his first touchdown run to give the Bears a 6-0 lead with 4:43 left in the second quarter. He had six carries for 20 yards on the drive, which consumed five-minutes-57 seconds. Morgan State failed to convert a two-point run following the touchdown. The Hornets reached the Morgan State 41 later in the second quarter, but a fumble on a bad quarterback snap was recovered by the Bears. Delaware State had just one first down on a Morgan State penalty in the first half. Morgan State used another long drive to add an insurance touchdown early in the fourth quarter, Martin finished off the drive with a five-yard touchdown run to give the Bears a 12-0 lead with 14:27 left in the final quarter. He accounted for 40 yards rushing during the drive, including a 14-yard run to the Hornet 46. The Bears were also aided by a Delaware State personal foul penalty on third-and-10 incomplete pass. Delaware State didn’t pick up its second first down of the game until quarterback Nick Elko hit Justin Wilson on an 11yard pass with 6:51 left in the game. The Hornets could not advance past the Morgan State 48yard line in the second half. Travis Davidson rushed for 90 yards on 17 carries, while Andrew King had 47 yards on the ground for the Bears. Elko completed 7-of-17 passes for 52 yards, while Travis Tarpley led the Hornets with three catches for 25 yards.

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds-TDs Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU

3 21-2 52 17-7-0 38-54 0-0 0-0 2-32 0-0 9-29.3 1-1 3-26 20:07 0 of 11 0 of 1 0 of 0 0-0

MSU

16 71-289 25 4-2-0 75-314 0-0 3-26 0-0 0-0 4-34.5 0-0 5-45 29:53 3 of 15 3 of 7 2 of 3 1-10

Linebacker Quentin Ferguson (r-sr.) led the Hornets with a career-high 18 tackles, while fellow backer Ernest Adjei (jr.) had 14 tackles, also a personal best.

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GAME 9 - NCCU 14, DSU 7 NOVEMBER 5, 2011 | ALUMNI STADIUM | DOVER, DEL. North Carolina Central recorded seven sacks and two interceptions en route to a 14-7 win over Delaware State at Alumni Stadium.

1 2 3 4 T N.C. CENTRAL 0 7 7 0 14 DELAWARE STATE 0 7 0 0 7

The Hornets dropped their seventh in a row to fall to 2-7 and 0-6 while the Eagles snapped a six-game losing streak to notch their first MEAC win of the season (1-5). NCCU improved to 2-7 overall. The loss overshadowed a career day by Delaware State wide receiver Travis Tarpley, who tied a school record with 11 catches for a career-high 162 yards. North Carolina Central’s Andre Clark scored each of his team’s touchdowns, including the game-winner in the third quarter. Delaware State advanced to the NC Central 23 on the final possession of the game, but Hornet quarterback Nick Elko was sacked by Stephen Young on the last play of the game. Young had 2.5 sacks among his seven tackles in the contest. After a scoreless first quarter, Delaware State struck first when Elko connected with Justin Wilson on an 11-yard touchdown pass with 10:04 left in the second quarter. The touchdown capped off an eight-play, 79-yard drive. Jaashawn Jones rushed for 48 yards on six carries to highlight the 4-minute-21 second drive. Mitchell Ward’s extra point kick gave the Hornets a 7-0 lead. North Carolina Central evened the contest right before the half. A one-yard touchdown run by Clark capped off a 12play, 57-yard drive for the Eagles. Oleg Parents extra point kick tied the score at 7-7 with 1:14 left in the second quarter. NCCU used an 11-play scoring drive to take the lead for good. Clarke ended the drive with a one-yard touchdown run, and Parent’s extra point kick gave the Eagles a 14-7 lead with 4:07 left in the third quarter. Idreis Augustus rushed for 23 yards and Clarke collected 15 during the drive. Augustus led all players with 161 yards rushing on 24 carries. North Carolina Central’s Malik Cromartie had two interceptions in Eagle territory to halt potential Delaware State scoring drives. Elko completed 22-of-36 passes for 244 yards. Wilson had seven catches for 75 yards for the Hornets. NCCU quarterback Michael Johnson connected on 18-of-29 passes for 161 yards. Delaware State was led defensively by linebacker Quentin Ferguson, who had a game-high 17 tackles (8 solo). Ferguson has 35 tackles in the last two games. Linebacker Davon Moore had a career-high 10 tackles for the Hornets.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

None DSU 10:04 Wilson 11 pass from Elko (Ward kick) NCCU 01:04 Clarke 1 run (Parent kick) NCCU 04:07 Clarke 1 run (Parent kick) None

DELAWARE STATE (2-7; 0-6) Rushing Jones Tarpley

8-79; 3:59 12-57; 4:19 11-55; 5:36

DSU 7 NCCU 0 DSU 7 NCCU 7 NCCU 14 DSU 7

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL (2-7; 1-5)

No. Yds. TD 10 55 0 7 41 0

LG AVG 17 5.5 13 5.9

Rushing Augustus Clarke

Passing A-C-I Yds. Elko 36-22-2 244 Receiving No. Yds. TD Tarpley 11 162 0 Wilson 9 75 1 Punting No. Avg. LG Kano 7 40.6 63

TD LG 1 28

Passing Johnson

LG 28 23

Receiving Roberts Nicely Punting Cornelius

No. Yds. TD LG 6 38 0 10 3 39 0 22 No. Avg. 6 27.5

LG 46

I20 3

Punt Returns None

No.

Yds.

TD

LG

Punt Returns Irvine

No. 2

Yds. 28

TD 0

LG 17

Kickoff Returns None

No.

Yds.

TD

LG

Tackles Ferguson Moore

UA-A TT 8-9 17 8-2

Kickoff Returns Irvine Goforth Tackles Lewis Young

No. 1 1

Yds. 19 15

TD 0 0

LG 19 15

I20 0

TL-Yds. SK FF 3-12 1-8

No. Yds. TD 24 161 0 12 34 2

A-C-I 29-18-0

UA-A TT 8-0 8 4-3 7

LG AVG 36 6.7 8 2.8

Yds. TD LG 161 0 22

TL-YDs SK FF 2.5-13 2-13

Defensive back Marc Lewis was high man for NCCU with eight tackles, each unassisted.

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds-TDs Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

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DSU

18 25-58 244 36-22-2 61-302 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-40.6 0-0 4-41 27:25 3 of 13 1 of 1 1 of 3 2-15

NCCU

21 46-205 161 29-18-0 75-366 0-0 4-61 3-34 2-6 6-27.5 3-1 9-57 32:35 6 of 14 0 of 2 2 of 3 7-41


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DELAWARE STATE FOOTBALL

GAME 10 - HAMPTON 42, DSU 6 NOVEMBER 12, 2011 | ALUMNI STADIUM | DOVER, DEL.

Delaware State committed seven turnovers, including a school-record six interceptions, in a 42-6 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) loss to Hampton at Armstrong Stadium.

1 2 3 4 T DELAWARE STATE 0 0 0 6 6 HAMPTON 7 0 7 28 42

The Hornets dropped their eighth straight game to fall to 2-8 overall and 0-7 in the MEAC, while the Pirates won for the third time in the last four games to improve to 6-4 and 4-3.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

HAM None HAM DSU HAM HAM HAM HAM

14:05 Tyler 40 INT return (Durham kick)

HAM 7 DSU 0

08:41 12:56 08:41 06:48 03:25 01:45

HAM 14 HAM 14 HAM 21 HAM 28 HAM 35 HAM 42

Mclain 30 pass from Hudson (Durham kick) 3-45; 1:04 Tarpley 16 run (kick failed) 10-81; 4:51 Tabron 45 pass from Hudson (Durham kick) 4-57; 1:19 McCloude 3 run (Durham kick) 4-30; 0:59 Chisholm 72 run (Durham kick) 3-80; 1:14 Gibson 43 INT return (Durham kick)

DSU 0 DSU 6 DSU 6 DSU 6 DSU 6 DSU 6

Delaware State trailed 14-6 after scoring its lone touchdown on a 16-yard run by Travis Tarpley with 12:56 left to play. The score capped off a 10-play, 81-yard drive. Hampton scored 28 unanswered points in the last 8:41 of the game to put the Hornets away. Linebacker Lyndell Gibson scored the final touchdown of the game for the Pirates on a 43-yard interception return with 1:45 left to play. It was HU’s second touchdown on an interception return of the game. Linebacker Delbert Tyler returned an interception by Delaware State quarterback Josh Bailey 40 yards for a touchdown to give the Pirates a 7-0 lead on the second play of the game. Bailey, a former junior college quarterback who has competed at running back most of the season, played the entire game at QB for the Hornets. He completed 17-of-39 passes for 134 yards and six interceptions.

DELAWARE STATE (2-8; 0-7) Rushing Bailey Tarpley Jones

No. 19 9 5

Yds. 84 22 5

DSU redshirt junior quarterback Nick Elko sat out the contest after starting the first nine games of the season.

HAMPTON (6-4; 4-3) TD 0 1 0

LG AVG 23 4.4 16 2.4 5 1.0

Passing A-C-I Yds. Bailey 39-17-6 134 Receiving No. Yds. TD Wilson 5 52 0 Tarpley 5 41 0 Ceravolo 2 32 0 Punting No. Avg. LG Kano 9 39.7 48

TD LG 0 22 LG 22 16 16

Punt Returns Tarpley

No. 1

Yds. 7

TD 0

LG 7

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. 5

Yds. 140

TD 0

LG 34

Tackles Diggs Harvey

UA-A TT 12-2 14 7-2 9

I20 2

Rushing Chisholm Passing Hudson

No. Yds. TD 19 140 1

LG AVG 72 7.4

A-C-I 23-12-2

TD LG 2 46

Yds. 162

“We wanted to try something different after struggling on offense most of the season,” said Delaware State head coach Kermit Blount. “Josh (Bailey) ran the ball well, but we made too many mistakes in the passing game. A couple of key penalties also put us in a bad position during the game.”

Receiving McClain Punting Stovall

No. Yds. TD LG 4 72 1 30

Bailey led the Hornets with 84 yards rushing, tops on the team this season.

No. Avg. LG I20 6 42.2 52 2

Justin Wilson had five receptions for 52 yards to lead the Hornets.

Punt Returns Blake

No. Yds. TD LG 4 65 0 31

Kickoff Returns Washington

No. 1

Delaware State’s previous record for interceptions thrown in a game was five, which occurred seven times; most recently at Bethune-Cookman in 2000.

Tackles Gibson

UA-A TT 7-6 13

Yds. 9

TD 0

LG 9

TL-YDs SK 3-8

FF

Jermond Colston and Brian Harvey had interceptions for the Hornets.

TL-Yds. SK FF 2.5-9

0.5-3

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds-TDs Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds.-TD Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU

15 33-111 134 39-17-6 72-245 0-0 1-7 7-194 2-0 9-39.7 1-1 6-40 32:36 5 of 17 1 of 1 1 of 1 2-15

HAM

19 50-252 162 23-12-2 73-414 0-0 4-65 1-9 6-112-2 6-42.2 0-0 10-53 27:24 7 of 16 0 of 1 1 of 2 2-14

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GAME 11 - DSU 39, HOWARD 36 NOVEMBER 19, 2011 | ALUMNI STADIUM | DOVER, DEL. Nick Elko connected with Travis Tarpley on a 28-yard touchdown pass with 2:18 left in the game to lift the Hornets to a 39-36 MEAC win over Howard in the 2011 finale for both teams.

HOWARD DELAWARE STATE

1 2 3 4 T 14 14 2 6 36 10 14 0 15 39

Howard’s Parker Munoz attempted a potential game-tying 43-yard field goal on the final play of the game, but the kick fell short, touching off a Delaware State celebration on the field. The Hornets snapped an eight-game losing streak to end the season with a 3-8 overall record and 1-7 mark in the MEAC. The Bison fell to 5-6 and 4-4. DSU also won its fifth straight over Howard. Delaware State trailed 36-31 before embarking on its gamewinning march. The Elko to Tarpley game-winning touchdown pass capped off an 8-play, 60-yard drive to give the Hornets a 37-36 lead. Elko hit Darius Jackson on the ensuing two-point pass to stretch the DSU lead to three. Tarpley’s winning catch was his 13th of the contest, setting a new team record for receptions in a game. He was among three players who held the previous of 11. The redshirt junior also ended the season with a school-record 66 receptions. The previous record of 59 was set by Justin Wilson last season. Tarpley had 150 receiving yards in the contest. In addition, he had 44 yards rushing en route to a career-best 239 all-purpose yards in the game. His rushing total included a career-best 45yard run, tops for the Hornets this season. Tarpley entered the contest as the MEAC leader in all-purpose yards per game. Elko completed 28-of-44 passes for 324 yards and three touchdowns, including two to Tarpley.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr. 4th Qtr.

DSU HOW HOW DSU DSU HOW DSU HOW HOW HOW DSU DSU

12:01 11:15 04:59 02:39 08:16 05:38 02:48 00:40 11:52 13:39 12:09 02:18

Ward 35 FG 7-41; 2:59 Lefall 4 run (Munoz kick) 3-45; 0:41 McGhee 1 run (Munoz kick) 9-39; 4:23 Jones 2 run (Ward kick) 5-66; 2:12 Wilson 11 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 9-95; 4:12 McGhee 26 run (Munoz kick) 6-48; 2:28 Jones 3 run (Ward kick) 5-67; 2:40 Anderson 16 pass from McGhee (Munoz kick) 6-31; 1:58 Team safety Lefall 2 run (pass failed) 5-20; 1:54 Tarpley 38 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 4-51; 1:20 Tarpley 28 pass from Elko (Elko to Jackson) 8-60; 3:01

DELAWARE STATE (3-8; 1-7) Rushing Tarpley Jones Elko

No. 2 9 7

Yds. 45 41 3

HOWARD (5-6; 4-4) TD 1 2 0

LG AVG 44 22.0 20 4.6 18 0.4

Passing A-C-I Yds. Elko 44-38-1 324 Receiving No. Yds. TD Tarpley 13 150 2 Wilson 8 101 0 Jackson 5 50 0 Punting No. Avg. LG Kano 4 30.0 51

TD LG 3 38

Punt Returns Tarpley

No. 1

Yds. 16

TD 0

LG 16

The opened the scoring on a 35-yard Mitchell Ward field goal on the opening possession of the game.

Kickoff Returns Jackson

No. 2

Yds. 35

TD 0

LG 26

Leffall and McGhee had first quarter touchdown runs to give the Bison a 14-3 lead.

Tackles Harvey Boyd

UA-A TT 10-6 16 10-0 10

Wilson had eight receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown, marking the second time this season that the Hornets had two players with at least 100 receiving yards in a game. Delaware State racked up a season-high 412 yards of total offense. The 39 points scored were the most by the Hornets since a 53-43 win over Howard in the 2010 finale. Howard freshman quarterback Greg McGhee completed 20of-26 passes for 168 yards and a touchdown. Bison tailback Terrence Leffall had a game-high 94 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 34 carries.

Delaware State’s Jaashawn capped off a five-play, 66-yard drive with a two-yard touchdown run to cut Howard’s lead to 14-10 with 2:39 left in the first quarter. Elko completed a 28-yard first down pass to Wilson and a 21-yarder to Darius Jackson during the drive. Jones scored his second touchdown of the game on a threeyard run to give the Hornets a 24-21 lead with 2:48 left in the second quarter. Howard responded with 15 unanswered points to open up a 36-24 lead. Delaware State pulled to within 36-31 when Elko and Tarpley connected on a 38-yard scoring pass with 12:09 left in the game. DSU linebacker Brandon Harvey led all players with 16 tackles, including five backfield stops. Hornet defensive back Joe Boyd had a career-high 10 tackles, each unassisted. Jermond Colston and Brian Harvey had interceptions for the Hornets.

DSU 3 HOW 0 HOW 7 DSU 3 HOW 14 DSU 3 HOW 14 DSU 10 DSU 17 HOW 14 HOW 21 DSU 17 DSU 24 HOW 21 HOW 28 DSU 24 HOW 30 DSU 24 HOW 36 DSU 24 HOW 36 DSU 31 DSU 39 HOW 36

LG 38 28 21 I20 0

Rushing Lefall Passing McGhee

No. Yds. TD 34 94 2 A-C-I 26-20-0

LG AVG 19 2.8

Yds. TD LG 168 1 23

Receiving Drayton

No. Yds. TD LG 6 69 0 23

Punting Jackson

No. Avg. 5 35.8

LG 49

I20 2

Punt Returns None

No.

Yds.

TD

LG

Kickoff Returns Tyson

No. 4

Yds. 108

TD 0

LG 41

Tackles Pough Kelly

UA-A TT 6-6 12 4-2 6

TL-YDs SK FF 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TL-Yds. SK FF 5-13 0-0 1-2 0-0

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds-TDs Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds.-TD Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

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DSU

27 18-88 324 44-28-1 62-412 0-0 1-16 5-74 0-0 4-30.0 1-0 14-123 27:32 1 of 10 2 of 2 4 of 4 0-0

HOW

20 44-162 168 26-20-0 70-330 0-0 0-0 6-140 1-0 7-35.1 0-0 16-131 32:28 5 of 13 2 of 2 4 of 4 4-36


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FINAL 2011 STATISTICS

DELAWARE STATE Combined Team Statistics (as of Jul 13, 2012) All games

* * ** * * ** * *

Date Sep 3, 2011 Sep 10, 2011 Sep 17, 2011 Sep 24, 2011 Oct 01, 2011 Oct. 8, 2011 Oct 15, 2011 Oct 24, 2011 Nov. 5, 2011 Nov 12, 2011 11/19/11

Opponent at VMI SHAW at #7 Delaware at #25 SC State at Florida A&M NORFOLK STATE at North Carolina A&T MORGAN STATE NO. CAROLINA CENTRAL at Hampton HOWARD

Rushing

JONES,Jaashawn BAILEY,Josh TARPLEY,Travis WILLIAMS,Malcom WILLIAMS,Nick JACKSON,Darius SHAW,Lamar KANO,Marko KELLY,Marlon TEAM ELKO,Nick Total Opponents Passing

gp

att

gain loss

net avg

11 112 357 24 333 10 52 218 26 192 11 27 138 22 116 9 7 18 0 18 8 3 8 1 7 8 1 6 0 6 3 1 3 0 3 11 1 0 1 -1 1 1 0 3 -3 6 6 0 6 -6 10 60 108 220 -112 11 271 856 303 553 11 500 2647 269 2378 gp

Score 24-21 31-27 0-45 0-69 7-34 21-38 24-42 0-12 7-14 6-42 39-36

W W L L L L L L L L W

effic comp-att-int

Att. 6209 6498 18011 15227 0 3198 19454 2352 1795 2217 1405

td

yds

20 30.3 23 19.2 45 10.5 6 2.0 5 0.9 6 0.8 3 1.0 0 -0.1 0 -3.0 0 -1.0 18 -11.2 45 50.3 72 216.2 td

ELKO,Nick BAILEY,Josh KELLY,Marlon Total Opponents

10 109.91 207-362-16 10 41.68 17-39-6 1 0.00 0-2-0 11 102.76 224-403-22 11 143.72 176-278-7

57.2 2064 15 43.6 134 0 0.0 0 0 55.6 2198 15 63.3 2160 17

Receiving

gp

td

TARPLEY,Travis WILSON,Justin JACKSON,Darius WILLIAMS,Milton CERAVOLO,Joseph LANGDON,Ryan BAILEY,Josh BREWTON,Justin JONES,Jaashawn BASHIR,Jahmel Total Opponents Field Goals

fg

4-8

Scoring

td

Score by Quarters DELAWARE STATE Opponents

yds

11 66 736 8 54 563 8 41 391 9 15 112 10 12 107 11 12 87 10 10 49 8 5 65 11 5 62 11 4 26 11 224 2198 11 176 2160

WARD,Mitchell

WILSON,Justin TARPLEY,Travis WARD,Mitchell JACKSON,Darius JONES,Jaashawn BAILEY,Josh WILLIAMS,Milton ELKO,Nick Total Opponents

no.

avg

11.2 10.4 9.5 7.5 8.9 7.2 4.9 13.0 12.4 6.5 9.8 12.3

pct. 01-19

20-29

50.0 0-0 fg

6 5 - 4-8 4 4 1 1 - 21 4-8 52 6-13 1st

2-2

kick

15-18 15-18 48-49 2nd

22 39 94 106

4 6 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 17

3rd

24 81

lg avg/g

47 206.4 22 13.4 0 0.0 47 199.8 71 196.4

42 66.9 47 70.4 34 48.9 23 12.4 16 10.7 20 7.9 15 4.9 25 8.1 24 5.6 10 2.4 47 199.8 71 196.4 2-5

40-49

0-1

4th

74 99

0 0

2 1 1 1 1 1

Punting

lg blk

50-99

0-0

35

Total 159 380

-

pts

- 36 - 34 - 27 - 26 - 24 6 6 0 - 159 1 380

Home 2-3 1-3 1-0

2

Away 1-5 0-4 1-1

DSU 165 38 104 23 553 271 2.0 50.3 6 2198 224-403-22 5.5 9.8 199.8 15 2751 4.1 250.1 60-1068 12-75 7-22 15-11 67-571 79-38.6 27:41 38/149 7/10 yds avg

23 0 0 0 0 0

11.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

no. yds avg

KANO,Marko ELKO,Nick TEAM

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

OT

no.

COLSTON,Jermond FRYE,Anthony SPICER,Matt HARVEY,Brandon MOORE,Davon SCOTT,Matt

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

0-1

Interceptions

lg avg/g

30-39

Overall 3-8 1-7 2-1

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions

lg avg/g

3.0 4 3.7 1 4.3 1 2.6 0 2.3 0 6.0 0 3.0 0 -1.0 0 -3.0 0 -1.0 0 -1.9 0 2.0 6 4.8 30

pct

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

td

0 0 0 0 0 0

lg

tb

78 2998 38.4 68 10 1 44 44.0 44 0 0 10 0.0 10 0

Punt Returns

no.

8 3 1 12 34

yds avg

56 0 19 75 393

td

Kick Returns

no.

yds avg

td

TARPLEY,Travis JACKSON,Darius WILLIAMS,Malcom Total Opponents TARPLEY,Travis JACKSON,Darius WILLIAMS,Nick WILLIAMS,Malcom PERRY,Alex HARVEY,Brandon WILLIAMS,Milton JONES,Jaashawn BOYD,Joe ADJEI,Ernest Total Opponents All Purpose

TARPLEY,Travis JACKSON,Dariu WILSON,Justin JONES,Jaashaw BAILEY,Josh Total Opponents

7.0 0.0 19.0 6.2 11.6

33 678 20.5 11 169 15.4 4 95 23.8 4 36 9.0 2 6 3.0 2 17 8.5 1 26 26.0 1 10 10.0 1 18 18.0 1 13 13.0 60 1068 17.8 30 647 21.6

g

rush

rcv

pr

11 116 736 56 8 6 391 0 8 0 563 0 11 333 62 0 10 192 49 0 11 553 2198 75 11 2378 2160 393

Total Offense

g plays

0 0 0 0 0

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0 OPP 229 110 101 18 2378 500 4.8 216.2 30 2160 176-278-7 7.8 12.3 196.4 17 4538 5.8 412.5 30-647 34-393 22-304 14-6 115-936 54-36.6 32:18 67/153 8/18

lg

23 0 0 0 0 0 fc i20 50+ blk

4 16 12 0 0 0 0 0 0

lg

39 1 19 39 78 lg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

43 26 41 16 4 9 26 10 18 13 43 89

kr

ir

total avg/g

678 0 1586 144.2 169 0 566 70.8 0 0 563 70.4 10 0 405 36.8 0 0 241 24.1 1068 22 3916 356.0 647 304 5882 534.7

rush

pass

total avg/g

ELKO,Nick 10 422 -112 2064 1952 JONES,Jaashawn 11 112 333 0 333 BAILEY,Josh 10 91 192 134 326 TARPLEY,Travis 11 27 116 0 116 WILLIAMS,Malcom 9 7 18 0 18 Total 11 674 553 2198 2751 DSUHORNETS.COM | FACEBOOK.COM/DSUATHLETICS | TWITTER.COM/DSUATHLETICS Opponents 11 778 2378 2160 4538 Tackles

Sacks

Pass defense

1 0 0

Fumbles

blkd

195.2 30.3 32.6 10.5 2.0 250.1 412.5

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DELAWARE STATE Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Jul 13, 2012)

games 2011 DEFENSIVE All STATISTICS # 31 55 53 21 95 16 10 58 33 4 91 97 27 24 44 93 52 25 43 9 22 98 94 40 26 3 22 14 48 5 32 83 38 11 29 84 81 56 1 59 35 6 28 22 92 7 37 15

ua

Tackles a tot

Defensive Leaders

gp

FERGUSON,Quentin HARVEY,Brandon ADJEI,Ernest BOYD,Joe GUNTER,Rodney SCOTT,Matt TABB,Tavis FORTES,Quintin HINTON,Herman MINER,Calvin AYANBIOLA,Olusegun BROWN,Darrell WILLIAMS,Nick COLSTON,Jermond MOORE,Davon BANSAH,George RICHARDSON,Aaron PERRY,Alex FRYE,Anthony SPICER,Matt DIGGS,D DOUGLASS,Jamal HUNTER,Keith BANKS,Derek SPANN,Marquis ALEXANDER,Josh DIGGS,Dominiq BREWTON,Justin WILLIAMS,Elbie TARPLEY,Travis SHEPARD,Dominic KANO,Marko BEST,Thomas WILLIAMS,Milton WILLIAMS,Malcom RUFFIN,Bruce LANGDON,Ryan DAVIS,Mike JACKSON,Darius WEBB,Albert WARD,Mitchell JONES,Jaashawn BECKETT,Jamar DIGGS,Dominique ROBINSON,Kimani WILSON,Justin HART,Alan CERAVOLO,Joseph Total Opponents

11 70 36 10 70 18 10 48 11 11 45 8 11 24 15 11 26 12 9 29 5 11 16 16 10 23 7 9 23 7 10 19 9 9 14 13 8 16 10 11 20 4 10 19 4 11 17 6 11 16 6 9 17 4 9 14 5 5 15 3 1 12 2 10 11 3 9 9 5 8 10 2 9 7 4 5 10 1 1 3 3 8 4 1 8 3 2 11 4 . 6 2 1 11 3 . 4 2 1 9 2 . 9 2 . 3 1 1 11 1 . 2 1 . 8 1 . 2 1 . 11 1 . 11 1 . 3 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 8 1 . 2 . 1 10 1 . 11 636 227 11 482 184

106 88 59 53 39 38 34 32 30 30 28 27 26 24 23 23 22 21 19 18 14 14 14 12 11 11 6 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 863 666

tfl/yds

12.0-27 18.0-60 7.0-17 1.0-2 4.5-19 . . 2.5-19 1.0-2 1.0-2 6.0-13 3.5-19 . . 2.0-10 4.0-4 1.5-9 2.0-11 . 1.0-1 . 1.0-1 1.0-1 . . 4.0-13 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . 1.0-2 . . . 76-234 72-281

Sacks no-yds

Pass defense Fumbles blkd int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick

2.0-12 . 1.5-14 1-0 1.0-7 . . . 1.0-4 . . 1-0 . . 1.5-15 . . . . . 1.5-6 . 3.0-17 . . . . 2-23 . 1-0 0.5-0 . 0.5-4 . 1.0-7 . . 1-0 1.0-1 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-5 . . . . . . 0--1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-92 7-22 32-180 22-304

. 1 1 3 . . 3 . . . . 1 1 4 1 1 . . 1 2 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 48

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2 3 2 . 1 . . 1 . . 2 1 . . . 1 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 24

1-0 . . . . . . 1-0 . 1-24 1-0 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24 11-36

. 2 1 . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 9

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

saf

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


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DELAWARE STATE Team Game-by-Game (as of Jul 13, 2012) All games

2011 TEAM STATISTICS g-b-g TEAM STATISTICS

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 3 at VMI Sep 10 SHAW Sep 17 at Delaware Sep 24 at SC State Oct 01 at Florida A&M Oct. 8 NORFOLK STATE Oct 15 at North Carolina A&T Oct 24 MORGAN STATE Nov. 5 NO. CAROLINA CENTRAL Nov 12 at Hampton 11/19/11 HOWARD DELAWARE STATE Opponents

34 114 0 25 52 1 15 -3 0 29 10 0 28 54 0 25 28 0 18 39 2 21 2 0 25 58 0 33 111 1 18 88 2 271 553 6 500 2378 30

Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 2.0 Avg per catch: 9.8 Pass efficiency: 102.76 Kick ret avg: 17.8 Punt ret avg: 6.2 All purpose avg/game: 356.0 Total offense avg/gm: 250.1 Date

Opponent

Date

Opponent

Sep 3 at VMI Sep 10 SHAW Sep 17 at Delaware Sep 24 at SC State Oct 01 at Florida A&M Oct. 8 NORFOLK STATE Oct 15 at North Carolina A&T Oct 24 MORGAN STATE Nov. 5 NO. CAROLINA CENTRA Nov 12 at Hampton 11/19/1 HOWARD DELAWARE STATE Opponents

Sep 3 at VMI Sep 10 SHAW Sep 17 at Delaware Sep 24 at SC State Oct 01 at Florida A&M Oct. 8 NORFOLK STATE Oct 15 at North Carolina A&T Oct 24 MORGAN STATE Nov. 5 NO. CAROLINA CENTRA Nov 12 at Hampton 11/19/1 HOWARD DELAWARE STATE Opponents

Rushing yds td

ua

55 54 64 69 47 53 44 72 64 50 64 636 482

no.

8 5 8 12 6 5 6 9 7 9 4 79 54

Tackles a total

23 24 23 5 7 15 22 35 33 18 22 227 184

yds

366 164 328 490 220 202 257 264 284 357 120 3052 1977

78 78 87 74 54 68 66 107 97 68 86 863 666 avg

45.8 32.8 41.0 40.8 36.7 40.4 42.8 29.3 40.6 39.7 30.0 38.6 36.6

no.

Receiving yds td

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

lg

lg

Passing cmp-att-int yds

td

lg

20 17 232 3 47 17-32-0 232 3 47 15 25 238 3 34 25-46-3 238 3 34 5 17 115 0 23 17-25-1 115 0 23 8 16 74 0 17 16-33-3 74 0 17 12 15 127 1 19 15-33-3 127 1 19 8 30 339 3 35 30-48-2 339 3 35 14 30 319 1 42 30-50-1 319 1 42 7 7 52 0 17 7-17-0 52 0 17 17 22 244 1 28 22-36-2 244 1 28 23 17 134 0 22 17-39-6 134 0 22 45 28 324 3 38 28-44-1 324 3 38 45 224 2198 15 47 224-403-22 2198 15 47 72 176 2160 17 71 176-278-7 2160 17 71

2.0-10 10.0-22 3.0-7 5.0-25 5.0-13 6.0-24 7.0-20 11.0-24 7.0-27 9.0-33 11.0-29 76.0-234 72.0-281

1.0-8 2.0-9 2.0-6 2.0-18 1.0-6 1.0-15 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-15 2.0-15 0.0-0 15.5-92 35.0-180

Punting

long

65 35 54 60 68 50 50 49 63 48 51 68 54

Fumble ff fr-yds

blkd

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

2 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 9

tb

3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 1 10 6

1-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 1-24 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 6-24 11-36

fc

0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 8

50+

2 0 2 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 12 4

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

4 6 8 9 6 6 7 2 0 7 5 60 30

92 100 149 100 114 97 116 32 0 194 74 1068 647

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

2-0 0-0 0-0 2--1 1-23 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 7-22 22-304

0 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 4 4 1 15 24

i20

md-att

2 3 2 3 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 16 15

3 5 0 0 4 1 2 0 2 3 0 20 48

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Blkd kick

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

Field Goals

1-1 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 4-8 6-13

long blkd

24 30 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 35 35 47

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0

35 43 35 26 38 26 25 19 0 41 29 43 89

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

0 0 4 60 2 4 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 -13 0 0 0 0 1 7 1 16 12 75 34 393

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

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv

1-2 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-1 3-3 3-3 0-0 1-1 0-1 4-4 15-18 48-49 no.

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

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

Kickoffs

yds

5 306 6 335 1 45 1 69 2 125 4 198 3 148 0 0 2 113 2 124 8 409 34 1872 67 3823

avg

61.2 55.8 45.0 69.0 62.5 49.5 49.3 0.0 56.5 62.0 51.1 55.1 57.1

tot off

0 346 39 290 5 112 0 84 0 181 1 367 0 358 0 54 0 302 7 245 16 412 39 2751 78 4538

saf

pts

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

24 31 0 0 7 21 24 0 7 6 39 159 380

tb

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2

ob

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


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DELAWARE STATE Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Jul 13, 2012) All games

2011 OPPONENT STATISTICS OPPONENT STATISTICS

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 3 at VMI Sep 10 SHAW Sep 17 at Delaware Sep 24 at SC State Oct 01 at Florida A&M Oct. 8 NORFOLK STATE Oct 15 at North Carolina A&T Oct 24 MORGAN STATE Nov. 5 NO. CAROLINA CENTRAL Nov 12 at Hampton 11/19/11 HOWARD Opponents DELAWARE STATE

Opponent

Date

Opponent

Sep 3 at VMI Sep 10 SHAW Sep 17 at Delaware Sep 24 at SC State Oct 01 at Florida A&M Oct. 8 NORFOLK STATE Oct 15 at North Carolina A&T Oct 24 MORGAN STATE Nov. 5 NO. CAROLINA CENTRA Nov 12 at Hampton 11/19/1 HOWARD Opponents DELAWARE STATE

Sep 3 at VMI Sep 10 SHAW Sep 17 at Delaware Sep 24 at SC State Oct 01 at Florida A&M Oct. 8 NORFOLK STATE Oct 15 at North Carolina A&T Oct 24 MORGAN STATE Nov. 5 NO. CAROLINA CENTRA Nov 12 at Hampton 11/19/1 HOWARD Opponents DELAWARE STATE

no.

Receiving yds td

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

lg

lg

Passing cmp-att-int yds

td

28 113 3 16 22 227 0 40 22-43-2 227 0 40 94 1 12 11 121 1 25 11-22-0 121 1 53 269 3 27 18 243 2 59 18-19-0 243 2 56 399 4 40 17 288 5 71 17-26-2 288 5 34 149 3 25 14 245 1 41 14-29-1 245 1 32 199 3 58 28 327 2 46 28-36-0 327 2 46 247 3 23 14 193 3 35 14-21-0 193 3 71 289 2 35 2 25 0 17 2-4-0 25 0 46 205 2 36 18 161 0 22 18-29-0 161 0 50 252 2 72 12 162 2 46 12-23-2 162 2 44 162 4 26 20 168 1 23 20-26-0 168 1 500 2378 30 72 176 2160 17 71 176-278-7 2160 17 271 553 6 45 224 2198 15 47 224-403-22 2198 15

Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 4.8 Avg per catch: 12.3 Pass efficiency: 143.72 Kick ret avg: 21.6 Punt ret avg: 11.6 All purpose avg/game: 534.7 Total offense avg/gm: 412.5 Date

Rushing yds td

ua

50 55 38 52 44 48 37 28 46 38 46 482 636

no.

7 7 3 3 4 3 4 4 6 6 7 54 79

Tackles a total

22 16 10 5 7 14 24 11 21 34 20 184 227

yds

265 258 100 118 162 107 165 138 165 253 246 1977 3052

72 71 48 57 51 62 61 39 67 72 66 666 863 avg

37.9 36.9 33.3 39.3 40.5 35.7 41.2 34.5 27.5 42.2 35.1 36.6 38.6

2.0-2 7.0-27 5.0-16 11.0-51 9.0-20 3.0-16 5.0-12 6.0-27 9.0-44 8.0-38 7.0-28 72.0-281 76.0-234

0.0-0 3.0-21 2.0-13 2.0-17 5.0-15 3.0-16 3.0-9 1.0-10 7.0-41 2.0-14 4.0-24 35.0-180 15.5-92

Punting

long

48 47 45 45 54 37 47 51 46 52 49 54 68

Fumble ff fr-yds

blkd

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

2 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 9 7

tb

1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 6 10

2-0 1-0 2-32 1-4 0-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 11-36 6-24

fc

3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 8 4

50+

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 4 12

lg

40 25 59 71 41 46 35 17 22 46 23 71 47

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

5 6 1 1 2 4 2 0 2 1 6 30 60

116 180 16 18 50 27 57 0 34 9 140 647 1068

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

0-0 3-75 1--1 3-43 3-29 2-12 1-28 0-0 2-6 6-112 1-0 22-304 7-22

1 0 0 0 4 1 4 1 6 2 5 24 15

i20

md-att

2 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 3 2 3 15 16

3 6 4 0 4 1 7 1 3 11 8 48 20

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Blkd kick

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

Field Goals

0-1 2-2 1-1 0-2 2-3 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 6-13 4-8

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long blkd

0 32 47 0 34 24 0 0 0 0 0 47 35

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

32 89 16 18 27 26 35 0 19 9 41 89 43

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

2 21 2 8 3 3 7 155 5 32 2 10 2 12 3 26 4 61 4 65 0 0 34 393 12 75

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

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv

3-3 3-3 6-6 9-10 4-4 5-5 6-6 0-0 2-2 6-6 4-4 48-49 15-18 no.

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

Kickoffs

yds

4 262 6 296 8 489 10 525 7 436 7 436 7 385 2 115 3 180 7 421 6 278 67 3823 34 1872

avg

65.5 49.3 61.1 52.5 62.3 62.3 55.0 57.5 60.0 60.1 46.3 57.1 55.1

tot off

17 340 5 215 3 512 78 687 18 394 7 526 12 440 11 314 17 366 31 414 0 330 78 4538 39 2751

saf

pts

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

21 27 45 69 34 38 42 12 14 42 36 380 159

tb

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1

ob

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 1


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DELAWARE STATE Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 13, 2012) All games

2011 DSU INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing

JONES,Jaashawn BAILEY,Josh TARPLEY,Travis WILLIAMS,Malcom WILLIAMS,Nick JACKSON,Darius SHAW,Lamar KANO,Marko KELLY,Marlon TEAM ELKO,Nick Total Opponents Passing

ELKO,Nick BAILEY,Josh KELLY,Marlon Total Opponents Receiving

TARPLEY,Travis WILSON,Justin JACKSON,Darius WILLIAMS,Milton CERAVOLO,Joseph LANGDON,Ryan BAILEY,Josh BREWTON,Justin JONES,Jaashawn BASHIR,Jahmel Total Opponents

gp

att

gain loss

net avg td

11 112 357 24 333 10 52 218 26 192 11 27 138 22 116 9 7 18 0 18 8 3 8 1 7 8 1 6 0 6 3 1 3 0 3 11 1 0 1 -1 1 1 0 3 -3 6 6 0 6 -6 10 60 108 220 -112 11 271 856 303 553 11 500 2647 269 2378 gp

effic comp-att-int

3.0 4 3.7 1 4.3 1 2.6 0 2.3 0 6.0 0 3.0 0 -1.0 0 -3.0 0 -1.0 0 -1.9 0 2.0 6 4.8 30

pct

lg avg/g

20 23 45 6 5 6 3 0 0 0 18 45 72

yds td

10 109.91 207-362-16 57.2 2064 15 10 41.68 17-39-6 43.6 134 0 1 0.00 0-2-0 0.0 0 0 11 102.76 224-403-22 55.6 2198 15 11 143.72 176-278-7 63.3 2160 17 gp

no.

yds

11 66 736 8 54 563 8 41 391 9 15 112 10 12 107 11 12 87 10 10 49 8 5 65 11 5 62 11 4 26 11 224 2198 11 176 2160

avg

11.2 10.4 9.5 7.5 8.9 7.2 4.9 13.0 12.4 6.5 9.8 12.3

td

4 6 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 17

lg avg/g

42 47 34 23 16 20 15 25 24 10 47 71

66.9 70.4 48.9 12.4 10.7 7.9 4.9 8.1 5.6 2.4 199.8 196.4

30.3 19.2 10.5 2.0 0.9 0.8 1.0 -0.1 -3.0 -1.0 -11.2 50.3 216.2 lg avg/g

47 22 0 47 71

206.4 13.4 0.0 199.8 196.4

Punt Returns

no.

8 3 1 12 34

56 0 19 75 393

Interceptions

no.

2 1 1 1 1 1 7 22

yds avg td

23 0 0 0 0 0 22 304

Kick Returns

no.

yds avg td

Fumble Returns

no.

yds avg td

TARPLEY,Travis JACKSON,Darius WILLIAMS,Malcom Total Opponents COLSTON,Jermond FRYE,Anthony SCOTT,Matt HARVEY,Brandon SPICER,Matt MOORE,Davon Total Opponents TARPLEY,Travis JACKSON,Darius WILLIAMS,Nick WILLIAMS,Malcom HARVEY,Brandon PERRY,Alex BOYD,Joe JONES,Jaashawn WILLIAMS,Milton ADJEI,Ernest Total Opponents MINER,Calvin Total Opponents

yds avg td

7.0 0.0 19.0 6.2 11.6

11.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.1 13.8

33 678 20.5 11 169 15.4 4 95 23.8 4 36 9.0 2 17 8.5 2 6 3.0 1 18 18.0 1 10 10.0 1 26 26.0 1 13 13.0 60 1068 17.8 30 647 21.6 1 1 2

24 24.0 24 24.0 36 18.0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

lg

39 1 19 39 78 lg

23 0 0 0 0 0 23 70 lg

43 26 41 16 9 4 18 10 26 13 43 89 lg

24 24 32

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DELAWARE STATE Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 13, 2012) All games

2011 DSU INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Scoring

td

WILSON,Justin TARPLEY,Travis WARD,Mitchell JACKSON,Darius JONES,Jaashawn WILLIAMS,Milton BAILEY,Josh ELKO,Nick Total Opponents

6 5 - 4-8 4 4 1 1 - 21 4-8 52 6-13

Field Goals

fg

WARD,Mitchell FG Sequence

fg

4-8

VMI SHAW Delaware SC State Florida A&M Norfolk State North Carolina A&T Morgan State No. Carolina Central Hampton HOWARD

kick

15-18 15-18 48-49

0-1

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

-

2-2

2-5

0-1

Opponents

29 (25),(32) (47) 43,48 (25),(34),34 (24),47 42 43

0-0

pts

Total Offense

- 36 - 34 - 27 - 26 - 24 6 6 0 - 159 1 380

pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99

50.0 0-0

DELAWARE STATE

(24) (30),33 41 30 (25) 38 (35)

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

lg blk

35

2

g plays

rush

pass

total avg/g

ELKO,Nick JONES,Jaashawn BAILEY,Josh TARPLEY,Travis WILLIAMS,Malcom WILLIAMS,Nick JACKSON,Darius SHAW,Lamar KANO,Marko KELLY,Marlon TEAM Total Opponents

10 11 10 11 9 8 8 3 11 1 6 11 11

Punting

no. yds avg

Kickoffs

no. yds avg tb ob retn

KANO,Marko ELKO,Nick TEAM Total Opponents WARD,Mitchell Total Opponents

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

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422 -112 2064 1952 112 333 0 333 91 192 134 326 27 116 0 116 7 18 0 18 3 7 0 7 1 6 0 6 1 3 0 3 1 -1 0 -1 3 -3 0 -3 6 -6 0 -6 674 553 2198 2751 778 2378 2160 4538

78 2998 1 44 0 10 79 3052 54 1977

38.4 44.0 0.0 38.6 36.6

34 1872 55.1 34 1872 55.1 67 3823 57.1

lg tb

68 10 44 0 10 0 68 10 54 6 1 1 2

195.2 30.3 32.6 10.5 2.0 0.9 0.8 1.0 -0.1 -3.0 -1.0 250.1 412.5

fc i20 50+ blk

4 16 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 16 12 8 15 4

1 0 0 1 0

net ydln

1 1 21.6 35.4 3 17.8 40.5

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2011 All Purpose

TARPLEY,Travis JACKSON,Dariu WILSON,Justin JONES,Jaashaw BAILEY,Josh WILLIAMS,Milto CERAVOLO,Jos WILLIAMS,Nick LANGDON,Ryan WILLIAMS,Malc BREWTON,Justi BASHIR,Jahmel COLSTON,Jerm BOYD,Joe HARVEY,Brand ADJEI,Ernest PERRY,Alex SHAW,Lamar KANO,Marko WILLIAMS,Elbie KELLY,Marlon TEAM ELKO,Nick Total Opponents

DELAWARE STATE Overall Individual Statistics (as All games DSU INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS g

rush

rcv

11 116 736 8 6 391 8 0 563 11 333 62 10 192 49 9 0 112 10 0 107 8 7 0 11 0 87 9 18 0 8 0 65 11 0 26 11 0 0 11 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 9 0 0 3 3 0 11 -1 0 8 0 0 1 -3 0 6 -6 0 10 -112 0 11 553 2198 11 2378 2160

pr

kr

56 678 0 169 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 26 0 0 0 95 0 0 19 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 17 0 13 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 1068 393 647

ir

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 22 304

total avg/g

1586 566 563 405 241 138 107 102 87 73 65 26 23 18 17 13 6 3 -1 -1 -3 -6 -112 3916 5882

144.2 70.8 70.4 36.8 24.1 15.3 10.7 12.8 7.9 8.1 8.1 2.4 2.1 1.6 1.7 1.3 0.7 1.0 -0.1 -0.1 -3.0 -1.0 -11.2 356.0 534.7

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2011 game-by-game

DELAWARE STATE Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Jul 13, 2012) All games

Opponent

Score

Total

VMI 24 - 21 SHAW 31 - 27 Delaware 0 - 45 SC State 0 - 69 Florida A&M 7 - 34 NORFOLK STATE 21 - 38 North Carolina A&T 24 - 42 MORGAN STATE 0 - 12 NO. CAROLINA CENTRA 7 - 14 Hampton 6 - 42 HOWARD 39 - 36 Totals 159 - 380

Opponent

15 23 4 7 11 24 18 3 18 15 27 165

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

3rd Down Conversions

VMI 7-16 SHAW 3-12 Delaware 0-10 SC State 2-18 Florida A&M 4-14 NORFOLK STATE 7-13 North Carolina A&T 6-15 MORGAN STATE 0-11 NO. CAROLINA CENTRA 3-13 Hampton 5-17 HOWARD 1-10 Totals 38-149

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

First Downs Rush Pass

18 4 13 3 24 0 32 2 18 5 25 4 23 2 16 0 21 7 19 6 20 5 229 38

5-14 5-15 7-13 8-14 6-13 5-12 10-14 3-15 6-14 7-16 5-13 67-153

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

6 5 13 20 8 6 14 13 9 12 4 110

10 14 4 3 6 16 15 2 9 9 16 104

4th Down Conversions

0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 2-2 7-10

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

0-1 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 3-7 0-2 0-1 2-2 8-18

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

Pen

10 1 6 6 10 0 12 2 9 0 15 4 9 1 2 1 10 2 6 0 12 6 101 23

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

2 2 1 0 1 4 0 1 2 1 4 18

Time of Possession

29:53 28:11 21:10 29:36 28:09 29:46 30:10 20:07 27:25 32:36 27:32 304:35

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

Rushing Number-Yards

34-114 25-52 15--3 29-10 28-54 25-28 18-39 21-2 25-58 33-111 18-88 271-553

30:07 31:49 38:50 30:19 31:51 30:14 29:50 39:53 32:35 27:24 32:28 355:20

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

28-113 40-94 53-269 56-399 34-149 32-199 46-247 71-289 46-205 50-252 44-162 500-2378

TOP Margin

-0:14 -3:38 -17:40 -0:43 -3:42 -0:28 0:20 -19:46 -5:10 5:12 -4:56 -50:45

Passing Comp-Att-Int

17-32-0 25-46-3 17-25-1 16-33-3 15-33-3 30-48-2 30-50-1 7-17-0 22-36-2 17-39-6 28-44-1 224-403-22

Avg Yds/Rush

3.4 2.1 -0.2 0.3 1.9 1.1 2.2 0.1 2.3 3.4 4.9 2.0

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

4.0 2.3 5.1 7.1 4.4 6.2 5.4 4.1 4.5 5.0 3.7 4.8

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

22-43-2 11-22-0 18-19-0 17-26-2 14-29-1 28-36-0 14-21-0 2-4-0 18-29-0 12-23-2 20-26-0 176-278-7

Avg Yds/Pass

7.2 5.2 4.6 2.2 3.8 7.1 6.4 3.1 6.8 3.4 7.4 5.5

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

5.3 5.5 12.8 11.1 8.4 9.1 9.2 6.2 5.6 7.0 6.5 7.8

Total Offense Plays-Yards

Yards

232 238 115 74 127 339 319 52 244 134 324 2198

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

227 66-346 121 71-290 243 40-112 288 62-84 245 61-181 327 73-367 193 68-358 25 38-54 161 61-302 162 72-245 168 62-412 2160 674-2751

Avg Yds/Play

5.2 4.1 2.8 1.4 3.0 5.0 5.3 1.4 5.0 3.4 6.6 4.1

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

4.8 3.5 7.1 8.4 6.3 7.7 6.6 4.2 4.9 5.7 4.7 5.8

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

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71-340 62-215 72-512 82-687 63-394 68-526 67-440 75-314 75-366 73-414 70-330 778-4538

Punting Number-Avg

8-45.8 5-32.8 8-41.0 12-40.8 6-36.7 5-40.4 6-42.8 9-29.3 7-40.6 9-39.7 4-30.0 79-38.6

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

7-37.9 7-36.9 3-33.3 3-39.3 4-40.5 3-35.7 4-41.2 4-34.5 6-27.5 6-42.2 7-35.1 54-36.6

Return Yards

92 160 153 99 161 98 103 32 0 201 90 1189

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

137 263 50 220 111 49 97 26 101 186 140 1380

Penalties Number-Yards

5-31 8-73 5-44 4-27 7-55 9-101 2-10 3-26 4-41 6-40 14-123 67-571

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

TurnOvers

2 4 3 4 3 4 2 1 2 7 1 33

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

3 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 13

Sacks

4-40 1 20-126 2 8-65 2 12-159 2 10-78 1 14-106 1 7-76 0 5-45 0 9-57 2 10-53 2 16-131 0 115-936 13

/ / / / / / / / / / / /

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DELAWARE STATE Game Superlatives (as of Jul 13, 2012) All games

2011 DSU TEAM SEASON HIGHS TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes

Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By

First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return

34 114 4.9 2 2 50 30 30 339 7.4 3 3 3 3 73 412 6.6 39 2 2 2 2 2 27 14 123 7 2 2 2 12 45.8 68 3 3 39

at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) at North Carolina A&T (Oct 15, 2011) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) at North Carolina A&T (Oct 15, 2011) vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) at North Carolina A&T (Oct 15, 2011) vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) at Delaware (Sep 17, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) vs No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5, 2011) at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) at Florida A&M (Oct 01, 2011) vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011)

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DELAWARE STATE Game Superlatives (as of Jul 13, 2 All games

2011 OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts

Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20

Long Punt Return

71 399 7.1 4 4 43 28 327 12.8 5 82 687 8.4 69 7 32 20 159 3 6 7 7 7 42.2 54 3 3 3 78

vs Morgan State (Oct 24, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) at Delaware (Sep 17, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) vs No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) at Florida A&M (Oct 01, 2011) at North Carolina A&T (Oct 15, 2011) vs No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5, 2011) vs HOWARD (11/19/11) at SC State (Sep 24, 2011)

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DELAWARE STATE Game Superlatives (as of Jul 13, 2012) All games

2011 DSU INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes

Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions

Long Reception Field Goals

Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks

Tackles For Loss Interceptions

19 84 2 45 50 30 30 339 3 3 3 3 47 13 162 2 2 2 2 47 1 1 1 1 35 12 45.8 68 3 3 39 43 18 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 5.0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

BAILEY,Josh at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) BAILEY,Josh at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) JONES,Jaashawn vs HOWARD (11/19/11) TARPLEY,Travis vs HOWARD (11/19/11) ELKO,Nick at North Carolina A&T (Oct 15, 2011) ELKO,Nick vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) ELKO,Nick at North Carolina A&T (Oct 15, 2011) ELKO,Nick vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) ELKO,Nick at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) ELKO,Nick vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) ELKO,Nick vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) ELKO,Nick vs HOWARD (11/19/11) ELKO,Nick at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) TARPLEY,Travis vs HOWARD (11/19/11) TARPLEY,Travis vs No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5, 2011) WILSON,Justin at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) JACKSON,Darius vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) JACKSON,Darius vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) TARPLEY,Travis vs HOWARD (11/19/11) WILSON,Justin at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) WARD,Mitchell at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) WARD,Mitchell vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) WARD,Mitchell at North Carolina A&T (Oct 15, 2011) WARD,Mitchell vs HOWARD (11/19/11) WARD,Mitchell vs HOWARD (11/19/11) KANO,Marko at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) KANO,Marko at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) KANO,Marko at Florida A&M (Oct 01, 2011) KANO,Marko vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) KANO,Marko at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) TARPLEY,Travis vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) TARPLEY,Travis vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) FERGUSON,Quentin vs Morgan State (Oct 24, 2011) BROWN,Darrell at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) FERGUSON,Quentin vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) BROWN,Darrell vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) SPICER,Matt at Delaware (Sep 17, 2011) ALEXANDER,Josh at Delaware (Sep 17, 2011) ADJEI,Ernest at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) HARVEY,Brandon at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) AYANBIOLA,Olusegun at Florida A&M (Oct 01, 2011) FORTES,Quintin vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) PERRY,Alex vs No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5, 2011) FERGUSON,Quentin vs No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5, 2011) HARVEY,Brandon vs HOWARD (11/19/11) SPICER,Matt at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) HARVEY,Brandon at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) SCOTT,Matt at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) FRYE,Anthony at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) COLSTON,Jermond at Florida A&M (Oct 01, 2011) COLSTON,Jermond at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) MOORE,Davon at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011)

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DELAWARE STATE Game Superlatives (as of Jul 13, 2012) All games

2011 OPPONENT IND. GAME HIGHS OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes

Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

38 161 3 3 3 72 43 28 327 4 71 10 147 3 71 2 2 47 7 7 42.2 54 3 3 78 89 13 2.5 4.0 4.0 2 2 2 2

MARTIN,Tracy, vs Morgan State (Oct 24, 2011) AUGUSTUS,Idreis, vs No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5, 2011) JONES, Cz., at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) Pierce, at Delaware (Sep 17, 2011) MAYHEW,Mike, at North Carolina A&T (Oct 15, 2011) CHISHOLM,Antwon, at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) KORDENBROCK, E., at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) WALLEY,Chris, vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) WALLEY,Chris, vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) WILEY,Derrick, at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) WILEY,Derrick, at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) BOYCE,Xavier, vs Norfolk State (Oct. 8, 2011) DAVIS, Caleb, at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) RAPER,Larry, at North Carolina A&T (Oct 15, 2011) DAVIS, Caleb, at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) SHEPHERD,Lyncon, vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) SCOTT,Trevor, at Florida A&M (Oct 01, 2011) Baner, at Delaware (Sep 17, 2011) MURRAY, C., at VMI (Sep 3, 2011) SHEPHERD,Lyncon, vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) STOVALL,Jordan, at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) HOLDREN,Branden, at Florida A&M (Oct 01, 2011) THOMAS,Skyler, at North Carolina A&T (Oct 15, 2011) CORNELIUS,Matth, vs No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5, 2011) MURPHY,Steven, at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) LANGFORD,James, vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) GIBSON,Lyndell, at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) YOUNG,Stephen, vs No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5, 2011) PORTER,Stanley, vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) WASHINGTON,Pat, at SC State (Sep 24, 2011) EVANS,Darnell, vs SHAW (Sep 10, 2011) CROMARTIE,Malik, vs No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5, 2011) GIBSON,Lyndell, at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011) TYLER,Delbert, at Hampton (Nov 12, 2011)

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2011 RED ZONE STATISTICS

DELAWARE STATE Red-Zone Results (as of Jul 13, 2012) All games DELAWARE STATE Inside Opponent Red-Zone

Date

Sep 3, 2011 Sep 10, 2011 Sep 17, 2011 Sep 24, 2011 Oct 01, 2011 Oct. 8, 2011 Oct 15, 2011 Oct 24, 2011 Nov. 5, 2011 Nov 12, 2011 11/19/11

Opponent

at VMI W SHAW W at Delaware L at SC State L at Florida A&M L NORFOLK STATE L at North Carolina A&T L MORGAN STATE L NO. CAROLINA CENTRAL L at Hampton L HOWARD W Totals 21 of 26 (80.8%)

Score

24-21 31-27 0-45 0-69 7-34 21-38 24-42 0-12 7-14 6-42 39-36

Times Times In RZ Scored

4 6 0 0 1 4 3 0 3 1 4 26

3 5 0 0 1 3 3 0 1 1 4 21

Total Pts

17 31 0 0 7 21 17 0 7 6 24 130

TDs

2 4 0 0 1 3 2 0 1 1 3 17

Rush TDs

0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 6

Pass TDs

2 3 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 11

FGs Made

Failed to score inside RZ FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game

FGs Made

Failed to score inside RZ FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game

1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 4

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

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

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

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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

Opponents Inside DELAWARE STATE Red-Zone

Date

Sep 3, 2011 Sep 10, 2011 Sep 17, 2011 Sep 24, 2011 Oct 01, 2011 Oct. 8, 2011 Oct 15, 2011 Oct 24, 2011 Nov. 5, 2011 Nov 12, 2011 11/19/11

Opponent

at VMI W SHAW W at Delaware L at SC State L at Florida A&M L NORFOLK STATE L at North Carolina A&T L MORGAN STATE L NO. CAROLINA CENTRAL L at Hampton L HOWARD W Totals 41 of 51 (80.4%)

Score

24-21 31-27 0-45 0-69 7-34 21-38 24-42 0-12 7-14 6-42 39-36

Times Times In RZ Scored

4 4 5 9 5 7 5 3 3 2 4 51

3 4 4 7 4 5 5 2 2 1 4 41

Total Pts

21 20 28 49 20 31 35 12 14 7 27 264

TDs

3 2 4 7 2 4 5 2 2 1 4 36

Rush TDs

3 1 3 4 2 2 3 2 2 1 3 26

Pass TDs

0 1 1 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 10

0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 5

1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 4

0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

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

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2011 HONORS 2011 MEAC HONORS

2011TOP PERFORMANCES

Academic All-MEAC Ernest Adjei Health Promotion Derek Banks Management Troye Cornwall Physical Education Brandon Cunningham Criminal Justice Nick Elko Management Darryl Hicks Criminal Justice Marco Kano Undecided Robert King Sociology Ryan Langdon Criminal Justice Byron Lewis Criminal Justice Calvin Miner Criminal Justice Davon Moore Physical Education Cory Scott Physical Education Travis Tarpley Management Information Systems MEAC Player of the Week Brandon Harvey Nov. 19 Travis Tarpley Nov. 19

Rushing 84 yards (19 att.) 69 yards (18 att.) 65 yards (16 att.)

Josh Bailey vs. Hampton (Nov. 12) Jaashawn Jones vs. VMI (Sept. 3) Jaashawn Jones vs. Shaw (Sept. 10)

Receiving 162 yards (11 rec.) 150 yards (13 rec.) 127 yards (11 rec.) 124 yards (11 rec.)

Travis Tarpley vs. NC Central (Nov. 5) Travis Tarpley vs. Howard (Nov. 19) Darius Jackson vs. Shaw (Sept. 10) Darius Jackson vs. Norfolk State (Oct. 8)

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lAKE

HOOVER

THORNE

RUSHING RECORDS

gene

TERRANCE

FABIAN

RUSHING YARDS (GAME) 336 Gene Lake (33 att.) 255 Fabian Thorne (36 att.) 245 Gene Lake (27 att.) 233 Reggie Barnes (16 att.) 230 Kareem Jones (35 att.) 225 Grayland King (22 att.) 209 Gene Lake (26 att.) 188 Terrence Hoover (17 att.) 185 Bryan Jenkins (32 att.) 178 Gene Lake (22 att.)

Liberty 11/10/84 Morgan St. 10/21/95 Howard 11/3/84 Ark.-Pine Bluff 10/15/88 WSSU 11/8/08 SCSU 10/28/00 SCSU 9/18/84 SCSU 9/14/85 Norfolk St. 9/28/96 Liberty 10/22/83

RUSHING ATTEMPTS (SEASON) 240 Fabian Thorne 238 Gene Lake 233 Reggie Barnes 226 Mike Murray 226 Rodney Roy 219 Maurice Foster 208 Terrance Hoover 208 Johnny Rowe 205 Terrance Hoover 205 Fabian Thorne

1,296 1,722 1,336 1,200 885 1,127 1,086 1,039 1,191 1,089

1995 1984 1988 1991 2005 2001 1986 1981 1987 1994

RUSHING YARDS (SEASON) 1,722 Gene Lake 1,336 Reggie Barnes 1,296 Fabian Thorne 1,230 Emmanuel Marc 1,200 Mike Murray 1,191 Terrance Hoover 1,186 Grayland King 1,127 Maurice Foster 1,089 Fabian Thorne 1,086 Terrance Hoover

238 att. 233 att. 240 att. 187 att. 226 att. 205 att. 178 att. 219 att. 205 att. 208 att.

1984 1988 1995 2006 1991 1987 2000 2001 1994 1986

RUSHING ATTEMPTS (CAREER) 591 Mike Murray 556 Terrance Hoover 548 Reggie Barnes 480 Gene Lake 445 Fabian Thorne 423 Phil Anderson 419 Grayland King 411 Johnny Rowe 364 Maurice Foster 357 Rodney Roy

2,951 3,517 3,282 3,123 2,385 2,401 2,283 1,808 1,769 1,229

1988-91 1984-87 1985-88 1982-84 1994-95 1991-94 1997-00 1979-82 1998-01 2004-05

RUSHING YARDS (CAREER) 3,517 Terrence Hoover 3,282 Reggie Barnes 3,123 Gene Lake 2,951 Mike Murray 2,654 Steve Davis 2,401 Phil Anderson 2,385 Fabian Thorne 2,283 Grayland King 1,808 Johnny Rowe 1,769 Maurice Foster

556 att. 548 att. 480 att. 591 att. -- 423 att. 445 att. 419 att. 411 att. 364 att.

1984-87 1985-88 1982-84 1988-91 1967-70 1991-94 1994-95 1997-00 1979-82 1998-01

RUSHING ATTEMPTS (GAME) 36 Fabian Thorne (255 yds) Morgan St. 35 Jaashawn Jones (143 yds) at WSSU 35 Kareem Jones (230 yds) WSSU 35 Mike Murray (169 yds) Howard 33 Gene Lake (336 yds) Liberty 32 Bryan Jenkins (185 yds) Norfolk St. 32 Herbert White (167 yds) Florida A&M 32 Fabian Thorne (141 yds) Howard 32 Chris Strother (139 yds) Florida A&M 32 Lucious Goodwine (131 yds) UMES 31 Maurice Foster (164 yds) Howard

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10/21/95 11/7/09 11/8/08 11/23/91 11/10/84 9/28/96 10/13/90 11/19/94 9/4/08 10/2/76 10/17/01

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (GAME) 6 Gene Lake Howard 4 Vashon Winton Florida A&M 4 Maurice Foster Howard 4 Grayland King South Carolina State 4 Terrance Hoover South Carolina State 3 Vashon Winton North Carolina A&T 3 Emmanuel Marc Concord (W.Va.) 3 Maurice Foster Howard 3 Fabian Thorne Bethune-Cookman 3 Phil Anderson Fayetteville State 3 Bert Watson Morgan State 3 Dakiel Shorts Bethune-Cookman 3 Mike Murray North Carolina A&T 3 Doug Reed Youngstown State 3 Doug Reed Towson State 3 Reggie Barnes District of Columbia 3 Terrence Hoover South Carolina State 3 Steve Holiday North Carolina A&T 3 Gene Lake Liberty Baptist

11/3/84 9/4/08 10/17/01 10/28/00 10/31/87 10/14/06 11/4/06 11/20/99 10/1/94 9/4/93 10/23/93 9/19/92 11/9/91 9/14/91 9/22/90 9/19/87 9/14/85 9/22/84 11/10/84

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (SEASON) 20 Gene Lake 1984 13 Fabian Thorne 1994 12 Steven Davis 1970 12 Terrence Hoover 1987 12 Grayland King 2000 12 Maurice Foster 2001 12 Emmanuel Marc 2006 11 Steve Davis 1970 10 Vashon Winton 2008 10 Phil Anderson 1993 10 Bert Watson 1993 10 Dakiel Shorts 1992 10 Phil Anderson 1992 10 Reggie Barnes 1986 10 Gene Lake 1983 RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (CAREER) 35 Gene Lake 1982-84 29 Phil Anderson 1991-94 28 Reggie Barnes 1985-88 26 Terrence Hoover 1984-87 25 Vashon Winton 2005-08 22 Grayland King 1997-00 22 Fabian Thorne 1994-95 21 Mike Murray 1988-91 20 Maurice Foster 1998-01 16 Dakiel Shorts 1991-92 LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE (YDS.) 90 Dwayne Henry Towson State 87 Gene Lake Liberty Baptist 86 Grayland King Howard 80 Grayland King Bethune-Cookman 80 Andrei Francis Northwestern State 80 Durmont Perry Florida A&M 80 Aaron Spears Morgan State 80 Reggie Barnes Bethune-Cookman 80 Dwayne Henry Towson State 78 Chris Strother Bethune-Cookman

10/26/85 11/10/84 11/21/98 10/7/00 9/13/03 10/19/96 10/23/93 10/5/86 10/29/83 10/11/08

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME (SEASON) 172.2 Gene Lake 1,722/10 games 133.6 Reggie Barnes 1,336/10 games 119.1 Terrance Hoover 1,191/10 games 117.8 Fabian Thorne 1,296/11 games 111.8 Emmanuel Marc 1,230/11 games

1984 1988 1987 1995 2006

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME (CAREER) 124.9 Gene Lake 3,123/25 games 108.4 Fabian Thorne 2,385/22 games 95.1 Terrence Hoover 3,517/37 games 82.0 Mike Murray 2,951/36 games 80.0 Reggie Barnes 3,282/41 games

1982-84 1994-95 1984-87 1988-91 1985-88

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RUSHING RECORDS 100-YARD RUSHING LEADERS (BY YEAR) Att. Yds. TD 183 980 11 N/A 337 N/A N/A 594 N/A

94 123 148 120 157 113 208 147 190 238 112 208 205 233 181 158 226 112 155 205 240 96 154 64 167 178 219 98 66 112 226 187 169 123 151 161 112

326 483 660 400 631 444 1039 664 1069 1722 962 1086 1191 1336 902 708 1200 769 1082 1089 1296 605 766 404 667 1186 1127 398 206 438 885 1230 705 577 632 724 333

2 3 2 0 5 2 4 4 10 20 8 3 12 5 7 5 9 10 10 13 9 3 6 3 2 12 12 1 1 5 8 12 2 1 5 4 4

JONES

Year Name 1970 Steve Davis 1971 Norman Hayes 1972 Isaac Muns 1973 No Record 1974 No Record 1975 Norman Hayes 1976 Lucious Goodwine 1977 Lucious Goodwine 1978 Baron Harmon 1979 Anthony Beamon 1980 Johnny Rowe 1981 Johnny Rowe 1982 Doug Picott 1983 Gene Lake 1984 Gene Lake 1985 Terrance Hoover 1986 Terrance Hoover 1987 Terrance Hoover 1988 Reggie Barnes 1989 Michael Murray 1990 Michael Murray 1991 Michael Murray 1992 Dakiel Shorts 1993 Phil Anderson 1994 Fabian Thorne 1995 Fabian Thorne 1996 Thalamus Trammel 1997 Bryan Jenkins 1998 Grayland King 1999 Grayland King 2000 Grayland King 2001 Maurice Foster 2002 Dwayne Jenkins 2003 Afumiya McFadden 2004 Afumiya McFadden 2005 Rodney Roy 2006 Emmanuel Marc 2007 Kareem Jones 2008 Chris Strother 2009 Jaashawn Jones 2010 Jaashawn Jones 2011 Jaashawn Jones

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (181 Total)

JAASHAWN

YDS PLAYER 336 Gene Lake 255 Fabian Thorne 245 Gene Lake 233 Reggie Barnes 230 Kareem Jones 225 Grayland King 209 Gene Lake 188 Terrence Hoover 185 Bryan Jenkins 178 Gene Lake 177 Maurice Foster 176 Terrence Hoover 174 Gene Lake 174 Gene Lake 171 Kareem Jones 171 Terrence Hoover 170 Johnny Rowe 169 Michael Murray 167 Emmanuel Marc 167 Michael Murray 167 Herbert White 165 Emmanuel Marc 165 Fabian Thorne 165 Anthony Beamon 164 Reggie Barnes 164 Gene Lake 163 Gene Lake 162 Maurice Foster 160 Michael Murray 160 Michael Murray 159 Grayland King 156 Fabian Thorne 156 Reggie Barnes 156 Johnny Rowe 155 Terrence Hoover 152 Wendell Watson 152 Doug Reed 151 Ralph Kimmerlin 150 Dwayne Jenkins 149 Maurice Foster 149 Fabian Thorne 149 Phil Anderson 149 Terrence Hoover 149 Johnny Rowe 147 Bryan Jenkins 147 Phil Anderson 146 Grayland King 146 Reggie Barnes 145 Phil Anderson 144 Jaashawn Jones 144 Thalamus Trammel 144 Reggie Barnes 144 Johnny Rowe 143 Jaashawn Jones 143 Maurice Foster 143 Dakiel Shorts 143 Tony Bethea 143 Gene Lake 142 Johnny Rowe 141 Fabian Thorne 140 Michael Murray 140 Terrence Hoover 139 Chris Strother 139 Rodney Roy 139 Dakiel Shorts 138 Michael Murray 138 Terrence Hoover 138 Gene Lake 137 Rodney Roy 137 Lucious Goodwine 136 Phil Anderson continued on next page

OPPONENT Liberty Baptist Morgan State Howard Arkansas-Pine Bluff Winston-Salem State So. Carolina State So. Carolina State So. Carolina State Norfolk State Liberty North Carolina A&T Ark.-Pine Bluff James Madison Northeastern Coastal Carolina Northern Iowa Howard Howard North Carolina A&T Jackson State Florida A&M Howard Morgan State Kentucky State No. Carolina A&T So. Carolina State Towson Howard Northeastern No. Carolina A&T Howard Rhode Island Southern (La.) Towson Northeastern So. Carolina State Towson Shaw Morgan State Millersville Howard No. Carolina A&T No. Carolina A&T No. Carolina A&T Cheyney Liberty Bethune-Cookman Howard Fayetteville State North Carolina A&T Morgan State Bethune-Cookman Central State Winston-Salem State Howard So. Carolina State Towson Central State E. Illinois Howard Towson Morgan State Florida A&M Morgan State No. Carolina A&T Morgan State Towson No. Carolina A&T Norfolk State Morgan State Morgan State

DATE Nov. 10, 1984 Oct. 21, 1995 Nov. 3, 1984 Oct. 15, 1988 Nov. 8, 2008 Oct. 28, 2000 Sep. 8, 1984 Sep. 14, 1985 Sep. 28, 1996 Oct. 22, 1983 Nov. 24, 2001 Nov. 14, 1987 Oct. 6, 1984 Sep. 16, 1984 Sep. 1, 2007 Sep. 28, 1985 Oct. 10, 1981 Nov. 23, 1991 Oct. 14, 2006 Oct. 5, 1991 Oct. 13, 1990 Nov. 18, 2006 Oct. 22, 1994 Oct. 27, 1979 Nov. 5, 1988 Sep. 10, 1983 Oct. 20, 1984 Nov. 17, 2001 Nov. 16, 1991 Nov. 4, 1989 Nov. 18, 2000 Sep. 2, 1995 Aug. 30, 1986 Oct. 31, 1981 Nov. 8, 1986 Nov. 2, 1991 Sep. 22, 1990 Nov. 6, 1976 Oct. 26, 2002 Sep. 8, 2001 Nov. 18, 1995 Nov. 6, 1993 Nov. 8, 1986 Oct. 17, 1981 Sep. 6, 1997 Nov. 13, 1993 Oct. 7, 2000 Nov. 19, 1988 Sep. 4, 1993 Oct. 16, 2010 Oct. 26, 1996 Oct. 1, 1988 Nov. 15, 1980 Nov. 7, 2009 Nov. 20, 1999 Oct. 31, 1992 Sep. 22, 1990 Oct. 27, 1984 Nov. 21, 1981 Nov. 19, 1994 Sep. 21, 1991 Sep. 19, 1987 Sep. 4, 2008 Oct. 22, 2005 Nov. 9, 1991 Oct. 26, 1991 Oct. 24, 1987 Sep. 22, 1984 Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 22, 1977 Oct. 23, 1993

ATT. 33 36 27 16 35 22 26 17 32 22 26 22 30 22 24 14 22 24 19 35 32 21 24 18 22 14 29 31 27 22 22 19 16 23 18 13 8 14 23 30 26 16 25 19 25 23 13 31 14 30 10 28 16 35 27 14 16 24 14 32 23 24 32 28 16 24 28 21 21 23 13

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RUSHING RECORDS 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (continued)

DATE Sep. 29, 2007 Nov. 17, 1990 Oct. 1, 1994 Sep. 8, 1990 Oct. 22, 1988 Sep. 10, 2005 Oct. 23, 1993 Oct. 2, 1993 Sep. 29, 1984 Nov. 12, 1994 Oct. 2, 1976 Nov. 21, 2009 Nov. 11, 2006 Sep. 26, 1992 Nov. 1, 1986 Oct. 30, 1082 Nov. 20, 1982 Sep. 2, 2006 Oct. 5, 1996 Oct. 7, 1989 Nov, 23, 1985 Oct. 20, 1999 Oct. 5, 1991 Oct. 29, 1988 Oct. 16, 1982 Sep. 9, 2006 Nov. 5, 1994 Oct. 18, 1986 Oct. 9, 1982 Oct. 2, 1993 Oct. 24, 1992 Nov. 21, 1992 Nov. 21, 1998 Nov. 12, 1988 Oct. 29, 1983 Oct. 4, 1996 Oct. 2, 1993 Oct. 16, 1993 Oct. 20, 2007 Oct. 21, 2000 Sep. 30, 1995 Nov. 21, 1987 Nov. 5, 1983 Oct. 31, 1987 Oct. 30, 1993 Sep. 16, 1989 Oct. 3, 1987 Oct. 17, 1987 Oct. 16, 1982 Nov. 4, 2006 Sep. 21, 1996 Oct. 23, 1993 Nov. 14, 2009 Oct. 24, 1992 Sep. 23, 1989

ATT. 26 25 19 26 28 16 8 6 11 27 32 31 17 20 11 22 15 18 22 17 12 25 19 9 22 5 19 11 26 14 10 21 10 27 12 12 18 24 28 13 19 27 24 29 17 23 13 21 9 21 22 16 29 14 20

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (continued)

YDS PLAYER 117 Anthony Beamon 116 Afumiya McFadden 116 Dakiel Shorts 116 Erik Jones 116 Terrence Hoover 116 Terrence Hoover 116 Lucious Goodwine 114 Jaashawn Jones 114 Phil Anderson 113 Clay Perry 113 Gene Lake 112 Jaashawn Jones 112 Phil Anderson 112 Reggie Barnes 111 Reggie Barnes 111 Doug Picott 111 Lucious Goodwine 111 Anthony Beamon 110 Chris Strother 110 Emmanuel Marc 110 Maurice Foster 110 Michael Murray 110 Terrence Hoover 110 Tyrone McGriff 110 Johnny Rowe 110 Doug Picott 109 Bryan Jenkins 109 Durmont Perry 109 Fabian Thorne 109 Fabian Thorne 109 Reggie Barnes 108 Grayland King 107 Bert Watson 107 Michael Murray 107 Reggie Barnes 107 Anthony Beamon 106 Tahree McQueen 106 Lennox Norville 106 Rodney Roy 106 Doug Reed 106 Reggie Barnes 106 Anthony Beamon 105 Terrence Hoover 105 Eldridge Comer 105 Lucious Goodwine 104 Bert Watson 103 Grayland King 103 Terrence Hoover 102 Vashon Winton 102 Bryan Jenkins 102 Reggie Barnes 102 Dwayne Henry 101 Doug Reed 100 Dean Noel 100 Erik Jones

OPPONENT No. Carolina A&T Norfolk State Youngstown State Grambling State Towson No. Carolina A&T Kentucky State Morgan State Bethune-Cookman Cheyney UDC Morgan State Towson Eastern Kentucky Florida A&M Virginia State UMES No. Carolina Central Bethune-Cookman Northwestern State Morgan State No. Carolina A&T Bethune-Cookman Bowie State West Chester Howard Liberty Florida A&M No. Carolina A&T Liberty So. Carolina State Liberty Cheyney Florida A&M UDC Howard Hampton St. Francis (Pa.) North Carolina A&T Towson Northeastern Bethune-Cookman Northeastern Connecticut No. Carolina Central No. Carolina A&T Morgan State No. Carolina A&T Bethune-Cookman Norfolk State Akron Towson Youngstown State Florida A&M Liberty

DATE Nov. 10, 1979 Nov. 13, 2004 Sep. 12, 1992 Sep. 26, 1992 Oct. 26, 1985 Sep. 22, 1984 Oct. 29, 1977 Oct. 23, 2010 Sep. 19, 1992 Sep. 6, 1997 Sep. 24, 1983 Oct. 24, 2009 Oct. 10, 1992 Sep. 10, 1988 Sep. 3, 1988 Oct. 24, 1982 Oct. 1, 1977 Oct. 15, 1977 Oct. 11, 2008 Oct. 18, 2008 Oct. 20, 2001 Nov. 9, 1991 Oct. 5, 1986 Oct. 13, 1984 Sep. 26, 1981 Oct. 10, 1981 Sep. 27, 1997 Oct. 19, 1996 Nov. 4, 1995 Oct. 8, 1994 Oct. 29, 1988 Sep. 23, 2000 Sep. 11, 1993 Oct. 14, 1989 Sep. 26, 1987 Oct. 8, 1977 Sept. 26, 2009 Sep. 9, 2006 Oct. 15, 2005 Sep. 21, 1991 Nov. 16, 1985 Nov. 3, 1979 Nov. 16, 1985 Oct. 12, 1985 Oct. 15, 1977 Nov. 6, 1993 Oct. 23, 1999 Nov. 7, 1987 Oct. 11, 2008 Sep. 20, 1997 Oct. 17, 1987 Oct. 26, 1985 Sep. 14, 1991 Oct. 17, 1992 Oct. 12, 1991

MARC

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OPPONENT Hampton Howard Bethune-Cookman Northeastern Morgan State Millersville Morgan State Bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman Rhode Island UMES Howard Norfolk State Grambling State So. Carolina State Towson Liberty Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman Howard Bethune-Cookman Jackson State So. Carolina State No. Carolina A&T St. Francis No. Carolina A&T Bethune-Cookman Howard Bethune-Cookman Morgan State Howard Howard Western Illinois Towson Bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman Florida A&M Morgan State Morgan State Norfolk State Howard Central State So. Carolina State So. Carolina State Northeastern Bethune-Cookman Akron No. Carolina A&T Concord No. Carolina Central Morgan State Norfolk State Morgan State Western Illinois

BARNES

YDS PLAYER 135 Kareem Jones 135 Michael Murray 134 Fabian Thorne 134 Michael Murray 134 Reggie Barnes 133 Rodney Roy 133 Aaron Spears 132 Mac Harrison-Dixon 132 Pat Spencer 131 Fabian Thorne 131 Lucious Goodwine 130 Jaashawn Jones 130 Emmanuel Marc 130 Dean Noel 130 Terrence Hoover 130 Gene Lake 130 Gene Lake 129 Emmanuel Marc 129 Reggie Brown 129 Michael Murray 128 Terrence Hoover 127 Grayland King 127 Wendell Watson 127 John Barber 127 Doug Picott 126 Emmanuel Marc 126 Fabian Thorne 126 Reggie Barnes 126 Eldridge Comer 125 Phil Anderson 125 Dakiel Shorts 125 Dana McLean 124 Grayland King 124 Reggie Barnes 124 Dwayne Henry 123 Dennis Hill 123 Bert Watson 123 Bert Watson 122 Kareem Jones 122 Grayland King 122 Fabian Thorne 122 Terrence Hoover 122 Gene Lake 120 Terrence Hoover 119 Phil Anderson 119 Michael Murray 119 Terrence Hoover 119 Terrence Hoover 119 Rod Lester 118 Emmanuel Marc 118 Bryan Jenkins 118 Bert Watson 117 Jaashawn Jones 117 Phil Anderson 117 Michael Murray

REGGIE

EMMANUEL

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TAYLOR

HORSEY

RECEIVING RECORDS

SHAHEER

JOHN

ALBERT

RECEIVING YARDS (GAME) 223 John Taylor (5 rec.) 217 Justin Wilson (9 rec.) 213 David Jones (11 rec.) 206 Shaheer McBride (9 rec.) 198 David Jones (11 rec.) 197 John Taylor (9 rec.) 196 Damon Daniels (5 rec.) 185 David Jones (6 rec.) 181 Gregg Lee (4 rec.) 171 David Jones (8 rec.)

St. Paul’s at Howard N.C. A&T St. Francis Liberty B-CC B-CC B-CC S.C. State Florida A&M

RECEIVING YARDS (SEASON) 1,049 David Jones 992 John Taylor 937 Justin Wilson 852 Shaheer McBride 849 Shaheer McBride 839 Albert Horsey 823 Curtis Thomas 775 Damon Daniels 758 John Taylor 736 Travis Tarpley 720 Shaheer McBride

53 rec. 40 rec. 59 rec. 55 rec. 46 rec. 51 rec. 44 rec. 36 rec. 34 rec. 66 rec. 50 rec.

RECEIVING YARDS (CAREER) 3,007 Shaheer McBride 2,491 Albert Horsey 2,426 John Taylor 1,958 Tommie Mims 1,825 David Jones 1,700 Thomas Bolden 1,622 Darnerian McCants 1,600 Justin Wilson 1,572 Darius Jackson 1,489 Damon Daniels 1,441 DeCosta Brown 1,380 Phil Anderson

201 rec. 160 rec. 100 rec. 122 rec. 101 rec. 126 rec. 83 rec. 122 rec. 138 rec. 73 rec. 97 rec. 86 rec.

RECEPTIONS (GAME) 13 Travis Tarpley (150 yds.) Howard 11 Travis Tarpley (162 yds.) NC Central 11 Darius Jackson (124 yds.) Norfolk State 11 Darius Jackson (127 yds.) Shaw 11 Thomas Bolden (160 yds.) Morgan State 11 David Jones (198 yds.) Liberty 11 David Jones (213 yds.) N.C. A&T 10 Justin Wilson Norfolk State 10 Shaheer McBride (91 yds.) WSSU 9 Justin Wilson (217 yds.) at Howard 9 Justin Wilson (131 yds.) vs. S.C. State 9 Rashod Coleman (91 yds.) Morgan State 9 Derrick Neal (131 yds.) Howard continued next column

9/21/85 11/20/10 11/3/90 9/9/06 10/6/90 9/29/84 11/11/95 9/29/90 9/13/80 10/13/90

1990 1985 2010 2006 2004 2000 1994 1996 1984 2011 2005

2004-07 1997-00 1982-85 1997-00 1989-90 2001-04 1997-00 2009-2008-11 1995-96 1975-77 1991-94

11/19/11 11/5/11 10/8/11 9/10/11 10/23/04 10/6/90 11/3/90 10/8/11 11/2/07 11/20/10 10/30/10 10/23/04 11/20/93

RECEPTIONS (GAME - continued) 9 Phil Anderson (162 yds.) Florida A&M 9 Albert Horsey (93 yds.) Elon 9 Shaheer McBride (206 yds.) St. Francis 9 John Taylor (197 yds.) B-CC

10/15/94 9/9/00 9/9/06 9/29/84

RECEPTIONS (SEASON) 66 Travis Tarpley 59 Justin Wilson 57 Thomas Bolden 55 Shaheer McBride 54 Justin Wilson 53 David Jones 51 Albert Horsey 50 Shaheer McBride 50 Shaheer McBride 46 Shaheer McBride 45 DeCosta Brown 44 Curtis Thomas 44 Phil Anderson

736 937 697 852 563 1,049 839 586 720 849 499 823 696

2011 2010 2004 2006 2011 1990 2000 2007 2005 2004 1978 1994 1994

RECEPTIONS (CAREER) 201 Shaheer McBride 160 Albert Horsey 138 Darius Jackson 126 Thomas Bolden 122 Justin Wilson 122 Tommie Mims 101 David Jones 100 John Taylor 97 Darius Jackson 97 DeCosta Brown 89 Larrone Moore 86 Phil Anderson

3,007 2,491 1,572 1,700 1,600 1,958 1,825 2,426 1,181 1,441 1,084 1,380

2004-07 1997-00 2008-11 2001-04 2009-1997-00 1989-90 1982-85 2008-10 1975-77 2008-10 1991-94

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS (GAME) 5 Darnerian McCants Liberty 9/23/00 5 Darnerian McCants N.C. A&T 11/4/00 4 Justin Wilson at Howard 11/20/10 4 Shaheer McBride St. Francis 9/9/06 3 Albert Horsey Hampton 9/30/00 3 Albert Horsey Fayetteville St. 9/16/00 3 Tommie Mims Howard 11/21/98 3 Damon Daniels B-CC 11/11/95 3 Curtis Thomas Morgan State 10/22/94 3 David Jones Morgan State 10/21/89 3 John Taylor St. Paul’s 9/21/85 3 John Taylor James Madison 10/8/83 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS (SEASON) 18 Darnerian McCants 2000 13 John Taylor 1985 11 Justin Wilson 2010 continued next column

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS (SEASON - continued) 11 Shaheer McBride 2006 10 John Taylor 1984 9 Shaheer McBride 2007 9 Albert Horsey 2000 9 Tommie Mims 1998 9 David Jones 1990 9 John Taylor 1983 8 Albert Horsey 1999 8 Damon Daniels 1996 8 Curtis Thomas 1994 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS (CAREER) 33 Shaheer McBride 2004-07 33 John Taylor 1982-85 26 Darnerian McCants 1997-00 20 David Jones 1989-90 20 Albert Horsey 1997-00 17 Justin Wilson 2009-14 Damon Daniels 1995-96 11 Justin Wilson 2008-10 10 DaShaun Morris 2001-02 10 Curtis Thomas 1991-94 9 Thomas Bolden 2001-04 9 Derrick Neal 1992-94 LONGEST PASS RECEPTION (YDS.) 97 John Taylor (J. Baker) St. Paul’s 9/21/85 93 John Taylor (M. Walker) Southern 11/9/85 92 Greg Lee (S. Warren) S.C State 9/13/80 87 Calvin Ford (K. Barnes) Howard 10/17/01 85 Larrone Moore (A. Glaud) Southern 9/5/10 79 Darnerian McCants (R. Matthews) Bucknell 9/25/99 78 Phil Anderson (M. Harrison-Dixon) YoungstownSt. 10/9/93 76 Derrick Neal (E. Jones) Morgan St. 10/23/93 77 Shaheer McBride (V. Winton) Millersville 9/10/05 74 Darnaerian McCants (R. Brown) Buffalo 9/13/97 RECEIVING YDS. PER GAME (SEASON) 104.9 David Jones 1,049/10 games 1990 90.2 John Taylor 992/11 games 1985 85.2 Justin Wilson 937/11 games 2010 77.5 Shaheer McBride 852/11 games 2006 77.2 Shaheer McBride 849/11 games 2004 76.3 Albert Horsey 839/11 games 2000 RECEIVING YDS. PER GAME (CAREER) 70.9 Damon Daniels 1,489/21 games 1995-96 66.8 Shaheer McBride 3,007/45 games 2004-07 65.6 John Taylor 2,426/37 games 1982-85 59.3 Albert Horsey 2,491/42 games 1997-00 58.9 David Jones 1,825/31 games 1989-90

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RECEIVING RECORDS RECEIVING LEADERS (BY YEAR) No. Yds. TD 22 348 2 7 81 N/A 19 433 4

30 12 34 45 19 26 28 18 22 34 40 17 21 21 34 53 5 15 27 44 44 37 36 28 43 37 51 23 34 40 57 50 55 50 36 41 59 66

341 287 606 499 282 499 463 317 654 758 922 339 384 275 525 1049 131 276 598 696 823 714 775 385 588 679 839 469 564 586 697 720 852 586 369 476 937 736

4 1 2 3 2 5 0 2 9 10 13 2 1 0 5 9 2 0 6 4 8 6 8 3 0 8 9 5 5 5 3 6 11 9 2 0 11 4

ANDERSON

Year Name 1970 Pedro Swann 1971 Steve Coleman 1972 John Chisholm 1973 No Record 1974 No Record 1975 John Chisholm 1976 DeCosta Brown 1977 DeCosta Brown 1978 DeCosta Brown 1979 Walter Samuels 1980 Gregory Lee 1981 Walter Samuels 1982 Eldridge Comer 1983 John Taylor 1984 John Taylor 1985 John Taylor 1986 John Lane 1987 Tim Egerton 1988 Tim Egerton 1989 Tim Egerton 1990 David Jones 1991 Wendell Watson 1992 Phil Anderson 1993 Derrick Neal 1994 Phil Anderson Curtis Thomas 1995 Damon Daniels 1996 Damon Daniels 1997 Albert Horsey 1998 Albert Horsey 1999 Albert Horsey 2000 Albert Horsey 2001 DaShaun Morris 2002 DaShaun Morris 2003 Thomas Bolden 2004 Thomas Bolden 2005 Shaheer McBride 2006 Shaheer McBride 2007 Shaheer McBride 2008 Eddie Brown 2009 Darius Jackson 2010 Justin Wilson 2011 Travis Tarpley

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (82 Total)

phil

YDS PLAYER

OPPONENT

DATE

REC.

223 217 213 206 198 197 196 185 181 171 170 170 169 168 164 163 162 162 160 157 156 155 154 150 150 147 141 140 140 139 139 138 134 134 132 131 131 131 129 129 127 127 124 123 123 122 122 121 120 119 118 118 118 118 117 116 116 116 114 114 113 113 113 111 111 111 110 109 109 109 108 107 107 105 104 104 103 102 102 102 101 101

St. Paul’s Howard No. Carolina A&T St. Francis-Pa. Liberty Bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman So. Carolina State Florida A&M Buffalo Rhode Island Morgan State Bucknell Liberty No. Carolina A&T North Carolina Central Florida A&M Morgan State Florida A&M Northeastern James Madison Bethune-Cookman Howard James Madison Morgan State No. Carolina A&T Millersville Howard Norfolk State Howard Morgan State Morgan State Northeastern Hampton South Carolina State Howard Howard North Carolina Central Howard Shaw Southern (La.) Norfolk State Howard Florida A&M Towson Howard North Carolina A&T Howard UMES Norfolk State No. Carolina Central Bucknell No. Carolina Central Elon So. Illinois No. Carolina A&T Howard So. Carolina State Liberty Bethune-Cookman No. Carolina Central Lock Haven Bethune-Cookman Cheyney Florida A&M VMI Hampton Norfolk State Florida A&M Hampton Liberty Central State (Ohio) So. Carolina State So. Carolina State Howard Bucknell Florida A&M Morgan State Norfolk State Howard Bethune-Cookman

Sep. 21, 1985 Nov. 20, 2010 Nov. 3, 1990 Sep. 9, 2006 Oct. 6, 1990 Sep. 29, 1984 Nov. 11, 1995 Sep. 29, 1990 Sep. 13, 1980 Oct. 13, 1990 Sep. 13, 1997 Nov. 12, 1994 Oct. 22, 1994 Sep. 6, 2003 Oct. 17, 1998 Nov. 5, 1994 Nov. 5, 1994 Oct. 15, 1994 Oct. 23, 2004 Oct. 3, 1998 Sep. 16, 1984 Oct. 6, 1984 Oct. 5, 1985 Nov. 19, 2011 Oct. 8, 1983 Oct. 23, 1993 Nov. 4, 2000 Sep. 10, 2005 Nov. 17, 2001 Nov. 11, 2000 Nov. 21, 1998 Oct. 22, 2005 Oct. 21, 2006 Nov. 12, 1983 Sep. 30, 2000 Oct. 30, 2010 Nov. 19, 1994 Nov. 20, 1993 Nov. 6, 2010 Nov. 20, 2004 Sept. 10, 2011 Nov. 9, 1985 Oct. 8, 2011 Nov. 21, 2009 Oct. 3, 1998 Oct. 10, 1992 Nov. 22, 1997 Oct. 15, 2011 Nov. 23, 1985 Oct. 1, 1977 Oct. 8, 2011 Sep. 9, 2004 Sep. 25, 1999 Sep. 21, 1996 Sep. 11, 1999 Sep. 25, 2004 Nov. 5, 1988 Nov. 20, 1999 Oct. 28, 2000 Nov. 13, 1993 Oct. 8, 2005 Sep. 20, 2003 Sep. 7, 1996 Oct. 4, 2007 Sep. 11, 1993 Sep. 17, 1983 Sept. 3, 2011 Oct. 2, 2004 Nov. 10, 2001 Oct. 19, 1996 Nov. 14, 1998 Sep. 23, 2000 Oct. 27, 1984 Oct. 13, 1999 Oct. 28, 2000 Nov. 23, 1996 Sep. 25, 1999 Sept. 11, 2010 Oct. 26, 1996 Sep. 30, 1995 Nov. 21, 2009 Oct. 9, 2004

5 9 11 9 11 9 5 6 4 8 6 8 4 9 7 5 11 9 11 7 5 8 7 13 3 3 6 7 4 5 3 6 8 5 6 9 7 9 8 4 11 2 11 11 7 2 8 9 6 5 10 5 4 5 4 8 6 5 4 5 6 7 3 5 2 5 6 6 5 4 4 7 3 4 6 5 2 5 5 3 5 4

John Taylor Justin Wilson David Jones Shaheer McBride David Jones John Taylor Damon Daniels David Jones Gregg Lee David Jones Darnerian McCants Phil Anderson Curtis Thomas Thomas Bolden Tommie Mims Curtis Thomas Travis Tarpley Phil Anderson Thomas Bolden Omar Jackson Eldridge Comer John Taylor John Taylor Travis Tarpley John Taylor Derrick Neal Albert Horsey Shaheer McBride Calvin Ford Darnerian McCants Tommie Mims Shaheer McBride Shaheer McBride John Taylor Albert Horsey Justin Wilson Curtis Thomas Derrick Neal Justin Wilson Shaheer McBride Darius Jackson John Taylor Darius Jackson Darius Jackson Tommie Mims Derrick Neal Albert Horsey Travis Tarpley John Taylor DeCosta Brown Justin Wilson Shaheer McBride Albert Horsey Bryan Jenkins Albert Horsey Shaheer McBrdie David Jones Tommie Mims Darnerian McCants Lewis Coleman Shaheer McBride Thomas Bolden Damon Daniels Shaheer McBride Derrick Neal John Taylor Justin Wilson Thomas Bolden DaShaun Morris Damon Daniels Tommie Mims Darnerian McCants John Taylor Albert Horsey Albert Horsey Damon Daniels Darnerian McCants Larrone Moore Damon Daniels Damon Daniels Larrone Moore Rashod Coleman

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PASSING RECORDS

PASSING YARDS (SEASON) 2,609 Rashaan Matthews 2,386 Rashaan Matthews 2,175 Anthony Glaud 2,064 Nick Elko 2,013 Rashaan Matthews 1,980 Dennis Jones 1,826 Bryan Botts 1,618 Vashon Winton 1,541 Reggie Brown 1,485 Vashon Winton 1,386 Darren Felton

191-404 160-327 170-296 207-362 141-308 124-222 143-249 153-259 116-288 133-252 104-235

PASSING YARDS (CAREER) 8,073 Rashaan Matthews 5,595 Vashon Winton 3,992 Anthony Glaud 3,865 Dennis Jones 2,990 Pat Spencer 2,930 Nick Elko 2,630 Darren Felton 2,399 Erick Jones 1,956 Kittrell Barnes 1,912 Andre Brown 1,826 Bryan Botts

563-1,178 520-918 344-591 258-487 157-400 281-499 177-407 129-269 146-318 158-457 143-249

1998 2000 2010 2011 1999 1994 2004 2007 1997 2005 1989

1996-00 2005-08 2008-10 1992-95 1981-84 2009-1987-89 1990-93 1998-02 1975-78 2004

PASS COMPLETIONS (GAME) 37 Bryan Botts (430 yds.) 30 Nick Elko (339 yds.) 30 Nick Elko (319 yds.) 28 Nick Elko (324 yds.) 28 Rashaan Matthews (426 yds.) 28 Vashon Winton (245 yds.) 25 Nick Elko (238 yds.) 24 Rashaan Matthews (281 yds.) 23 Anthony Glaud (315 yds.) 23 Anthony Glaud (208 yds.) 23 Vashon Winton (147 yds.) 22 Nick Elko (244 yds.) 22 Anthony Glaud (153 yds.) 22 Rashaan Matthews (294 yds.) 21 Vashon Winton (178 yds.) 21 Rashaan Matthews (339 yds.) 21 Vashon Winton (238 yds.) 21 Keon Frazier (278 yds.)

Morgan State 10/23/04 Norfolk State 10/8/11 N.C. A&T 10/15/11 Howard 11/19/11 Florida A&M 10/3/98 Norfolk State 11/10/07 Shaw 9/10/11 Norfolk State 9/19/98 vs. Howard 11/21/09 at Delaware 9/19/09 S.C. State 11/1/08 N.C. Central 11/5/11 at Coastal Car. 9/25/10 Liberty 10/17/98 Florida A&M 9/4/08 Norfolk State 11/11/00 WSSU 11/3/07 Bucknell 9/6/03

PASS COMPLETIONS (SEASON) 207 Nick Elko 191 Rashaan Matthews 170 Anthony Glaud 160 Rashaan Matthews 153 Vashon Winton 143 Bryan Botts 141 Rashaan Matthews 135 Vashon Winton 133 Vashon Winton 127 Anthony Glaud 124 Dennis Jones

2,064 2,609 2,175 2,386 1,618 1,826 2,013 1,351 1,485 1,294 1,980

2011 1998 2010 2000 2007 2004 1999 2008 2005 2009 1994

PASS COMPLETIONS (CAREER) 563 Rashaan Matthews 653 Vashon Winton 344 Anthony Glaud 281 Nick Elko 258 Dennis Jones 177 Darren Felton 158 Andre Brown 157 Pat Spencer 146 Kittrell Barnes 143 Bryan Botts 129 Erick Jones PASS ATTEMPTS (GAME) 62 Rashaan Matthews (426 yds.) 53 Rashaan Matthews (281 yds.) 51 Bryan Botts (430 yds.) 50 Nick Elko (319 yds.) 49 Rashaan Matthews (281 yds.) 48 Nick Elko (339 yds.) 46 Nick Elko (238 yds.) 44 Nick Elko (324 yds.) 44 Vashon Winton (245 yds.) 43 Rashaan Matthews (339 yds.) 43 Rashaan Matthews (253 yds.) 42 Anthony Glaud (116 yds.) 42 Rashaan Matthews (294 yds.) 42 Reggie Brown (292 yds.) 42 Keon Frazier (252 yds.)

8,073 6,916 3,992 2,930 3,865 2,630 1,912 2,990 1,956 1,826 2,399

1996-00 2005-08 2008-10 2009-1992-95 1987-89 1975-78 1981-84 1998-02 2004 1990-93

frazier

Morgan St. 10/23/04 Florida A&M 10/3/98 at Howard 11/20/10 Norfolk State 10/8/11 Norfolk State 11/11/00 Bucknell 9/25/99 Howard 11/19/11 N.C. A&T 10/15/11 vs. Howard 11/21/09 N.C. Central 9/20/03 Liberty 10/17/98 Morgan State 10/21/89 Buffalo 9/13/97

keon Florida A&M 10/3/98 Norfolk State 9/19/98 Morgan State 10/23/04 N.C. A&T 10/15/11 N.C. A&T 11/7/98 Norfolk State 10/8/11 Shaw 9/10/11 Howard 11/19/11 Norfolk State 11/10/07 Norfolk State 11/11/00 S.C. State 10/13/99 vs Hampton 9/30/10 Liberty 10/17/98 Buffalo 9/13/97 Morgan State 10/25/03

PASS ATTEMPTS (SEASON) 404 Rashaan Matthews 362 Nick Elko 327 Rashaan Matthews 308 Rashaan Matthews 296 Anthony Glaud 288 Reggie Brown 259 Vashon Winton 252 Vashon Winton 249 Bryan Botts 240 Vashon Winton 235 Darren Felton

2,609 2,064 2,386 2,013 2,175 1,541 1,618 1,485 1,826 1,321 1,386

1998 2011 2000 1999 2010 1997 2007 2005 2004 2008 1989

PASS ATTEMPTS (CAREER) 1,178 Rashaan Matthews 918 Vashon Winton 591 Anthony Glaud 499 Nick Elko 487 Dennis Jones 457 Andre Brown 407 Darren Felton 400 Pat Spencer 318 Kittrell Barnes 315 Rod Lester 269 Erick Jones

8,073 5,595 3,992 2,930 3,865 1,912 2,630 2,990 1,956 1,669 2,399

1996-00 2005-08 2008-10 2009-1992-95 1975-78 1987-89 1981-84 1998-02 1979-82 1990-93

TOUCHDOWN PASSES (GAME) 6 Rashaan Matthews (18-36, 288 yds.) N.C. A&T 11/4/00 5 Rashaan Matthews (15-28, 170 yds.) Liberty 9/23/00 4 Pat Spencer (9-12, 223 yds.) Northeast. 9/15/84 4 Darren Felton (17-33, 293 yds.) Morgan St. 10/21/89 4 Curtis Williams (12-31, 220 yds.) FAMU 10/13/90 4 Dennis Jones (18-26, 254 yds.) Liberty 11/13/93 4 Dennis Jones (7-12, 252 yds.) Morgan St. 10/22/94 4 Dennis Jones (10-14, 236 yds.) B-CC 11/11/95 4 Rashaan Matthews (12-28, 267 yds.) Howard 11/18/00 4 Anthony Glaud (20-31, 351 yds.) at Howard 11/20/10 TOUCHDOWN PASSES (SEASON) 32 Rashaan Matthews 160-327, 2,386 2000 16 Rashaan Matthews 141-308, 2,013 1999 15 Nick Elko 207-363, 2,064 2011 continued in next column

jones

PASSING YARDS (GAME) 430 Bryan Botts (37-51) 426 Rashaan Matthews (28-62) 351 Anthony Glaud (20-31) 339 Nick Elko (30-48) 339 Rashaan Matthews (21-43) 336 Rashaan Matthews (16-41) 324 Nick Elko (28-44) 319 Nick Elko (30-50) 315 Anthony Glaud (23-31) 297 Keon Frazier (20-37) 294 Rashaan Matthews (17-29) 293 Darren Felton (17-33) 292 Reggie Brown (16-42)

erik TOUCHDOWN PASSES (SEASON - continued) 15 Rashaan Matthews 191-404, 2,609 15 Anthony Glaud 170-296, 2,175 14 Darren Felton 104-235, 1,386 13 Dennis Jones 124-222, 1,980 13 Pat Spencer 56-158, 1,148 12 Vashon Winton 153-259, 1,618 12 Bryan Botts 143-249, 1,826 11 Rashaan Matthews 71-139, 1,065 11 Dennis Jones 87-174, 1,211 11 Pat Spencer 64-139, 1,317 TOUCHDOWN PASSES (CAREER) 74 Rashaan Matthews 563-1,178, 8,073 38 Vashon Winton 520-918, 5,595 31 Dennis Jones 258-487, 3,865 27 Pat Spencer 157-400, 2,990 22 Nick Elko 281-499, 2,930 22 Anthony Glaud 170-296, 2,175 20 Darren Felton 177-407, 2,630 19 Kittrell Barnes 146-318, 1,956 17 Erick Jones 129-269, 2,399 17 Rod Lester 115-315, 1,669 12 Bryan Botts 143-249, 1,826 12 Andre Brown 158-457, 1,912

1998 2010 1989 1993 1983 2007 2004 1998 1995 1984

1996-00 2005-08 1992-95 1981-84 2009-2008-10 1987-89 1998-02 1990-93 1979-82 2004 1975-78

PASSING YDS. PER GAME (SEASON) 237.2 Rashaan Matthews 2,609/11 games 216.9 Rashaan Matthews 2,386/11 games 206.4 Nick Elko 20,64/10 games 202.9 Bryan Botts 1,826/9 games 197.7 Anthony Glaud 2,175/11 games 183.0 Rashaan Matthews 2,013/11 games 180.0 Dennis Jones 1,980/11 games

1998 2000 2011 2004 2010 1999 1994

PASSING YDS. PER GAME (CAREER) (min. 25 games) 187.7 Rashaan Matthews 8,073/43 games 1996-00 142.6 Anthony Glaud 3,992/28 games 2008-10 128.8 Dennis Jones 3,865/30 games 1994-97 127.2 Vashon Winton 5,595/44 games 2005-08 117.2 Nick Elko 2,930/25 games 2009-96.4 Pat Spencer 2,990/31 games 1981-84 75.2 Kittrell Barnes 1,956/26 games 1998-02

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145-64-15

878

4

165-58-15 89-24-9 199-89-4 193-73-16 67-26-3 112-38-9 103-37-9 152-59-14 158-56-15 139-64-12 79-42-2 89-42-7 90-35-6 149-65-13 235-104-8 147-71-6 62-23-2 135-68-8 86-44-4 222-124-6 174-87-9 139-71-6 288-116-17 404-191-16 308-141-11 327-160-15 169-75-9 126-65-7 241-117-9 249-143-9 252-133-9 167-99-2 259-153-6 240-135-14 127-220-7 170-296-9 362-207-16

698 440 1228 742 365 647 525 880 1148 1317 836 635 696 1074 1386 1102 438 1302 647 1980 1211 1065 1541 2609 2013 2386 1003 794 1307 1826 1485 1171 1618 1321 1294 2175 2,064

5 2 4 5 1 7 3 10 13 11 6 4 2 6 14 10 5 8 6 13 11 11 10 15 16 32 9 6 8 12 8 10 12 8 5 15 15

YDS 430 426 351 339 339 336 324 319 315 297 294 293 292 289 288 286 281 281 279 278 278 270 267 261 257 254 253 252 252 252 251 250

PLAYER Bryan Botts Rahsaan Matthews Anthony Glaud Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Nick Elko Anthony Glaud Keon Frazier Rahsaan Matthews Darren Felton Reggie Brown Anthony Glaud Rahsaan Matthews Mike Walker Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Keon Frazier William D. Jones William D. Jones Rahsaan Matthews William D. Jones Jerome Baker William D. Jones Rahsaan Matthews Keon Frazier Rahsaan Matthews William D. Jones Rahsaan Matthews Bryan Botts

OPPONENT Morgan State Florida A&M Howard Norfolk State Norfolk State Bucknell Howard N.C. A&T Howard No. Carolina Central Liberty Morgan State Buffalo Norfolk State No. Carolina A&T Bethune-Cookman No. Carolina A&T Norfolk State South Carolina State Bucknell Florida A&M Howard Howard No. Carolina A&T St. Paul’s Liberty So. Carolina State Morgan State Howard Morgan State No. Carolina A&T Bethune-Cookman

DATE Oct. 23, 2004 Oct. 3, 1998 Nov. 20, 2010 Oct. 8, 2011 Nov. 11, 2000 Sep. 25, 1999 Nov. 19, 2011 Oct. 15, 2011 Nov. 21, 2009 Sep. 20, 2003 Oct. 17, 1998 Oct. 21, 1989 Sep. 13, 1997 Nov. 13, 2010 Nov. 4, 2000 Oct. 5, 1985 Nov. 7, 1998 Sep. 19, 1998 Oct. 28, 2000 Sep. 6, 2003 Oct. 15, 1994 Nov. 20, 1993 Nov. 18, 2000 Nov. 5, 1994 Sep. 21, 1985 Nov. 13, 1993 Oct. 13, 1999 Oct. 25, 2003 Nov. 20, 1999 Oct. 22, 1994 Nov. 6, 1999 Oct. 9, 2004

REC. 37/51 28/62 20/31 30/48 21/43 16/41 28/44 30/50 23/31 20/37 22/42 17/33 16/42 20/36 18/36 12/16 20/49 24/53 15/25 21/35 20/39 18/34 12/28 16/23 7/12 18/26 16/43 19/42 16/33 7/12 18/36 15/31

SPENCER

Yds. TD 433 1

WINTON

Att.-Comp.-Int. 88-34-7

brown

Year Name 1970 Jerald Kobasa 1971 No Records 1972 Ray Bias Sr. 1973 No Records 1974 No Records 1975 Andre Brown 1976 Andre Brown 1977 Eddie Epps 1978 Andre Brown 1979 Rod Lester 1980 Samuel Warren 1981 Patrick Spencer 1982 Rod Lester 1983 Patrick Spencer 1984 Patrick Spencer 1985 Mike Walker 1986 Jerome Baker 1987 John Lane 1988 Darren Felton 1989 Darren Felton 1990 Curtis Williams 1991 Erik Jones 1992 Erik Jones 1993 Dennis Jones 1994 Dennis Jones 1995 Dennis Jones 1996 Rahsaan Matthews 1997 Reggie Brown 1998 Rahsaan Matthews 1999 Rahsaan Matthews 2000 Rahsaan Matthews 2001 Kittrell Barnes 2002 Kittrell Barnes 2003 Keon Frazier 2004 Bryan Botts 2005 Vashon Winton 2006 Vashon Winton 2007 Vashon Winton 2008 Vashon Winton 2009 Anthony Glaud 2010 Anthony Glaud 2011 Nick Elko

250-YARD PASSING GAMES (32 Total)

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TOTAL OFFENSE RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS (BY YEAR) Plays Yds. Avg. -- 994 --- 383 --- 642 --

32 128 139 45 162 121 213 156 194 244 51 218 210 233 333 228 226 269 157 251 240 163 397 496 389 380 244 155 333 303 326 231 368 367 280 389 422

352 503 1084 499 645 549 1143 774 1113 1759 1044 1228 1249 1437 1385 1356 1200 1651 1082 2034 1296 1005 1809 2561 2113 2316 1223 840 1437 1807 1520 1405 1878 1807 1381 2242 1,952

11.0 3.9 7.8 11.1 4.0 4.5 5.4 5.0 5.7 7.2 20.5 5.6 5.9 6.2 4.0 5.9 5.3 6.1 6.9 8.1 5.4 6.2 4.6 5.2 5.4 6.1 5.0 5.4 4.3 6.0 4.7 6.1 5.1 4.9 4.9 5.8 4.6

TOTAL OFFENSE (GAME) Yards Name 442 Bryan Botts 344 Nick Elko 342 Nick Elko 387 Rahsaan Matthews 339 Rahsaan Matthews 336 Gene Lake 332 Rahsaan Matthews 321 Nick Elko 315 Rahsaan Matthews 307 Reggie Brown

Date 10/23/04 10/8/11 11/19/11 10/3/98 11/11/00 11/10/84 11/11/00 10/15/11 10/17/98 9/13/97

Opponent Morgan State Norfolk State Howard Florida A&M Norfolk State Liberty Norfolk State N.C. A&T Liberty Buffalo

TOTAL OFFENSE (SEASON) Yards Name 2561 Rahsaan Matthews 2316 Rahsaan Matthews 2242 Anthony Glaud 2113 Rahsaan Matthews 2034 Dennis Jones 1878 Vashon Winton 1809 Reggie Brown 1807 Bryan Botts 1807 Vashon Winton 1759 Gene Lake

Year 1998 2000 2010 1999 1994 2007 1997 2004 2008 1984

Plays 496 380 389 389 251 368 397 303 367 244

Gms 11 11 11 11 11 12 11 9 11 10

Years 1996-00 2005-08 2008-10 1983-84 1993-95 1990-93 1984-87 1985-88 1982-84 1988-91

Plays 1428 1292 511 637 558 582 556 569 480 591

Gms 43 44 28 31 33 31 36 41 25 38

Avg/g 185.9 150.2 146.6 154.1 116.5 114.0 97.7 80.0 131.9 81.7

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS (GAME) Yards Name Date Opponent Plays Avg. 336 Gene Lake 11/10/84 Liberty 33 10.2 255 Fabian Thorne 10/21/95 Morgan State 36 7.1 245 Gene Lake 11/3/84 Howard 27 9.1 251 John Taylor 9/21/85 St. Paul’s 8 31.4 245 Kareem Jones 9/1/07 Coastal Carolina 27 9.1 243 Kareem Jones 11/8/08 Winston-Salem State 37 6.6 240 Larrone Moore 10/31/09 at South Carolina St. 22 10.9 240 Phil Anderson 11/12/94 Rhode Island 20 12.0 233 Reggie Barnes 10/15/88 Ark.-Pine Bluff 16 14.6 227 John Taylor 10/8/83 James Madison 6 37.8 225 Grayland King 10/28/00 So. Carolina State 22 10.2 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS (SEASON) Yards Name Year Plays Gms Avg/g 1809 Gene Lake 1984 236 10 180.9 1516 Phil Anderson 1993 141 11 137.8 1494 Phil Anderson 1994 190 11 135.8 1429 Reggie Barnes 1988 240 10 142.9 1375 John Taylor 1985 82 11 125.0 1373 Fabian Thorne 1995 250 11 124.8 1359 Emmanuel Marc 2006 204 11 123.5 1256 Grayland King 2000 187 11 114.2 1241 Mike Murray 1991 230 11 112.8 1228 Terrence Hoover 1986 218 11 111.6

Plays 56 58 51 79 55 33 44 55 54 57

Avg/g 232.8 210.5 203.8 192.1 184.9 156.5 164.5 200.8 164.3 175.9

Avg. 7.9 5.9 6.7 4.9 6.2 10.2 7.6 5.8 5.8 5.4

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS (CAREER) Yards Name Years 4317 Phil Anderson 1991-94 3773 Terrence Hoover 1984-87 3615 Reggie Barnes 1985-88 3593 John Taylor 1982-85 3299 Gene Lake 1982-84 3204 Shaheer McBride 2004-07 3105 Mike Murray 1988-91 2788 Albert Horsey 1997-00 2654 Steve Davis 1967-70 2574 Grayland King 1997-00

Plays 504 630 569 191 485 225 606 192 - 453

Gms 41 36 41 40 25 45 38 43 33 44

Avg/g 105.3 104.8 88.2 89.8 131.9 71.2 81.7 64.8 80.4 58.5

MATTHEWS

Year Name 1970 Steve Davis 1971 Norman Hayes 1972 Isaac Muns 1973 No Record 1974 No Record 1975 John Chisholm 1976 Lucious Goodwine 1977 Eddie Epps 1978 Decosta Brown 1979 Anthony Beamon 1980 Johnny Rowe 1981 Johnny Rowe 1982 Doug Picott 1983 Gene Lake 1984 Gene Lake 1985 John Taylor 1986 Terrance Hoover 1987 Terrance Hoover 1988 Reggie Barnes 1989 Darren Felton 1990 Curtis Williams 1991 Michael Murray 1992 Erik Jones 1993 Phil Anderson 1994 Dennis Jones 1995 Fabian Thorne 1996 Rahsaan Matthews 1997 Reggie Brown 1998 Rahsaan Matthews 1999 Rahsaan Matthews 2000 Rahsaan Matthews 2001 Kittrell Barnes 2002 Drew Blackston 2003 Keon Frazier 2004 Bryan Botts 2005 Vashon Winton 2006 Vashon Winton 2007 Vashon Winton 2008 Vashon Winton 2009 Anthony Glaud 2010 Anthony Glaud 2011 Nick Elko

TOTAL OFFENSE (CAREER) Yards Name 7995 Rahsaan Matthews 6610 Vashon Winton 4104 Anthony Glaud 3904 Pat Spencer 3846 W. Dennis Jones 3534 Erik Jones 3517 Terrence Hoover 3282 Reggie Barnes 3123 Gene Lake 2951 Mike Murray

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MOST POINTS (GAME) 36 Gene Lake 32 Darnerian McCants 30 Walter Tullis 30 Darnerian McCants

TAYLOR

GAERTNER

MORGAN

SCORING AND KICKING RECORDS

JOHN

PETER

EVERETT

vs. Howard 11/3/84 vs. Liberty 9/23/00 vs. William Paterson 9/14/75 vs. N.C. A&T 11/4/00

MOST POINTS (SEASON) 120 Gene Lake 1984 116 Darnerian McCants 2000 92 John Taylor 1985 90 Phil Anderson 1985 80 John Taylor 1982 80 Peter Gaertner 2007 78 Fabian Thorne 1994 72 Steve Davis 1970 72 Terrence Hoover 1987 72 Fabian Thorne 1995 72 Maurice Foster 2001 72 Emmanuel Marc 2006 MOST POINTS (CAREER) 254 John Taylor 1982-85 254 David Parkinson 1985-88 230 Phil Anderson 1991-94 210 Gene Lake 1982-84 209 Jon Jensen 1991-94 198 Shaheer McBride 2004-07 197 Peter Gaertner 2004-07 166 Darnerian McCants 1997-00 156 Terrence Hoover 1984-97 150 Vashon Winton 2005-08 150 Fabian Thorne 1994-95 MOST TOUCHDOWNS (GAME) 6 Gene Lake vs. Howard 11/3/84 5 Walter Tullis vs. William Paterson 9/14/75 5 Darnerian McCants vs. Liberty 9/23/00 5 Darnerian McCants vs. N.C. A&T 11/4/00 MOST TOUCHDOWNS (SEASON) Gene Lake 1984 19 Darnerian McCants 2000 15 John Taylor 1985 15 Phil Anderson 1993 MOST TOUCHDOWNS (CAREER) 42 John Taylor 1982-85 38 Phil Anderson 1991-94 34 Gene Lake 1982-84 33 Shaheer McBride 2004-07

20

MOST FIELD GOALS (GAME) 4 Peter Gaertner Morgan State 4 Peter Gaertner Florida A&M 3 Riley Flickinger vs. Norfolk State 3 Riley Flickinger vs. Howard

10/20/07 9/3/05 11/14/09 11/21/09

MOST FIELD GOALS (SEASON) 19 Peter Gaertner 2007 16 Peter Gaertner 2005 13 David Parkinson 1986 11 Riley Flickinger 2009 11 Dave Parkinson 1987 10 Riley Flickinger 2008 10 Jon Jensen 1991 10 Andrew Johnson 1977 9 Dave Parkinson 1988 MOST FIELD GOALS (CAREER) 43 Peter Gaertner 2004-07 40 David Parkinson 1985-88 39 Riley Flickinger 2007-09 28 Jon Jensen 1991-94 14 Matthew Stehman 1989-90 11 Everett Morgan 1982-84 10 Aaron Quinn 1998-00 10 Andrew Johnson 1977

MOST EXTRA POINT CONV. (GAME) 10 Everett Morgan vs. Bowie State 10/13/84 9 Josh Brite vs. St. Francis 9/9/06 9 Josh Brite vs. Concord (W.V.) 11/4/06 MOST EXTRA POINT CONV. (SEASON) 46 Everett Morgan 1984 42 Dave Parkinson 1985 39 Everett Morgan 1983 38 Aaron Quinn 2000 38 Dave Parkinson 1987 36 Jon Jensen 1993 35 Josh Brite 2006 33 Edward Suarez 2001 32 Jon Jensen 1994 29 Jon Jensen 1992 MOST EXTRA POINT CONV. (CAREER) 134 Dave Parkinson 1985-88 125 Jon Jensen 1991-94 106 Everett Morgan 1982-85 77 Aaron Quinn 1989-00 64 Peter Gaertner 2004-07 43 Riley Flickinger 2007-09

LONGEST FIELD GOAL (GAME) 54 Jared Keating vs. Norfolk State 11/13/03 52 David Parkinson vs. B-CC 10/1/88 49 Josh Brite Morgan State 10/21/06 49 Zach Bussey Morgan State 10/25/03 48 Josh Brite Morgan State 10/21/06 48 Josh Brite Northwestern State 9/16/06 47 Andre Johnson --- 1977 46 Peter Gaertner Millersville 9/10/05 46 Dave Parkinson Jackson State 10/4/86 45 Peter Gaertner Morgan State 10/20/07 45 Peter Gaertner N.C. A&T 10/13/07 45 Peter Gaertner Florida A&M 9/3/05 45 Dave Parkinson Morgan State 9/19/87 MOST FIELD GOAL ATT. (SEASON) Not complete listing 25 Peter Gaertner 2007 MOST FIELD GOAL ATT. (CAREER) Not complete listing 77 David Parkinson 1985-88 39 Riley Flickinger 2007-09

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SCORING AND KICKING RECORDS INDIVIDUAL SCORING LEADERS (BY YEAR) Year Name TD FG XP TP 1970 Steve Davis 12 0 0 72 1971 Walter Turner 2 0 0 12 1972 Isaac Muns 5 0 0 30 1973 No Record 1974 No Record 1975 John Chisholm 4 0 0 24 1976 Ralph Kemmerlin 5 0 0 30 1977 Anthony Beamon 7 0 0 42 1978 Anthony Beamon 3 0 0 18 Decosta Brown 3 0 0 18 1979 Anthony Beamon 5 0 2 32 1980 Greg Lee 5 0 0 30 1981 Johnny Rowe 6 0 0 36 1982 Doug Picott 6 0 0 36 1983 John Taylor 13 0 1* 80 1984 Gene Lake 20 0 0 120 1985 John Taylor 15 0 1* 92 1986 Dave Parkinson 0 13 26 65 1987 Terrance Hoover 12 0 0 72 1988 Reggie Barnes 6 0 0 36 1989 Matthew Stehman 0 7 23 44 1990 Dennis Jones 9 0 2* 58 1991 Jon Jensen 0 10 28 58 1992 Dakiel Shorts 11 0 0 66 1993 Phil Anderson 15 0 0 90 1994 Fabian Thorne 13 0 0 78 1995 Fabian Thorne 12 0 0 72 1996 Damon Daniels 8 0 0 48 1997 Clay Perry 8 0 0 48 1998 Tommy Mims 9 0 0 54 1999 Albert Horsey 8 0 0 48 2000 Darnerian McCants 19 0 1* 116 2001 Maurice Foster 12 0 0 72 2002 DaShaun Morris 8 0 0 48 2003 Thomas Bolden 5 0 0 30 2004 Shaheer McBride 7 0 0 42 2005 Peter Gaertner 0 16 23 71 2006 Emmanuel Marc 12 0 0 72 2007 Peter Gaertner 0 19 23 80 2008 Vashon Winton 10 0 0 60 2009 Riley Flickinger 0 11 19 52 2010 Justin Wilson 11 0 0 66 2011 Justin Wilson 6 0 0 36 * = two-point conversion

INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOAL LEADERS (BY YEAR) Year Name Made Att. 1970 Dwight Boney 1 4 1971 Dwight Boney 2 4 1972 No Field Goals Converted 1973 No Records 1974 No Records 1975 Dave Ananou 2 5 1976 Gregory Lee 6 -- 1977 Andrew Johnson 10 24 1978 Baron Harmon 3 5 1979 Henry Thomas 2 6 1980 No Field Goals Converted 1981 Bobby Swoope 1 -- Steve Holiday 1 -- 1982 Everett Morgan 4 -- 1983 Everett Morgan 5 7 1984 Everett Morgan 3 -- 1985 Dave Parkinson 7 13 1986 Dave Parkinson 13 24 1987 Dave Parkinson 11 23 1988 Dave Parkinson 9 17 1989 Matthew Stehman 7 10 1990 Matthew Stehman 7 15 1991 Jon Jensen 10 18 1992 Jon Jensen 6 8 1993 Jon Jensen 5 8 1994 Jon Jensen 7 -- 1995 Bill Malashevich 2 -- 1996 Teddy Johnson 4 6 1997 Teddy Johnson 4 9 1998 Aaron Quinn 1 3 1999 Aaron Quinn 5 9 2000 Aaron Quinn 4 7 2001 Edward Suarez 8 15 2002 Zach Bussey 4 9 2003 Jared Keating 3 4 2004 Peter Gaertner 6 11 2005 Peter Gaertner 16 21 2006 Josh Brite 8 12 2007 Peter Gaertner 19 25 2008 Riley Flickinger 10 20 2009 Riley Flickinger 11 18 2010 Mario Diaz-Aviles 4 7 2011 Mitchell Ward 4 8

Pct. .250 .500

Long ---

.400 -- .417 .600 .333

34 -47 28 29

-- -- -- .714 -- .538 .542 .478 .529 .700 .467 .556 .750 .625 -- -- .667 .445 .333 .556 .571 .533 .444 .750 .545 .762 .667 .760 .500 .611 .571 .500

27 24 31 43 42 37 46 45 52 42 42 43 42 38 41 43 32 34 35 43 44 34 38 54 36 46 49 45 35 42 32 35

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PUNTING AVERAGE (SEASON) 40.7 Dave Parkinson 39-1,586 40.3 Zach Bussey 69-2,782 39.6 Chuck Poplos 55-2,178 39.2 Nick Lochner 54-2,118 39.1 Nick Lochner 52-2,032 38.9 Chuck Poplos 56-2,180 38.8 John Lane 54-2,094 38.7 Marco Kano 30-1,161 38.7 Chuck Poplos 31-1,587 38.6 David Wheeler 31-1,197 38.5 John Lane 44-1,695 38.4 Marco Kano 78-2,998 38.3 Chuck Poplos 35-1,339

BUSSEY

JACKSON

PUNTING RECORDS

ZACH

PHILLIP

1988 2003 1992 2008 2009 1991 1986 2010 1994 1984 1987 2011 1993

PUNTING AVERAGE (CAREER) minimum 80 punts 43.0 Jimmie Strong -- 39.9 Erik Contos 128-5,107 39.2 Nick Lochner 106-4,150 39.0 Chuck Poplos 187-7,284 38.7 Zach Bussey 133-5,143 38.7 John Lane 98-3,789 37.6 Phillip Jackson 142-5,332 37.0 David Wheeler 120-7,777 36.2 Darren Tucker 88-3,185 33.4 Dennis Layton 124-4,139 30.4 Richard Jackson 111-3,375

1962-65 2004-05 2008-09 1991-94 2002-03 1986-87 1977-78 1982-85 1989-90 1975-76 1971-72

PUNTING YARDS (SEASON) 2,998 Marco Kano 78 punts 2,877 Phillip Jackson 73 punts 2,876 Erik Contos 65 punts 2,782 Zach Bussey 69 punts 2,560 Darren Tucker 71 punts 2,528 David Wheeler 69 punts 2,455 Phillip Jackson 69 punts 2,404 Josh Brite 65 punts 2,361 Zach Bussey 64 punts 2,238 Dennis Layton 68 punts 2,231 Erik Contos 63 punts

2011 1978 2004 2002 1989 1982 1977 2007 2002 1975 2004

PUNTING YARDS (CAREER) 7,777 David Wheeler 210 punts 7,284 Chuck Poplos 187 punts 5,332 Phillip Jackson 142 punts 5,143 Zach Bussey 133 punts 5,107 Erik Contos 128 punts 4,159 Marco Kano 108 punts 4,150 Nick Lochner 106 punts 4,139 Dennis Layton 124 punts 3,789 John Lane 98 punts 3,484 Josh Brite 119 punts 3,375 Richard Jackson 111 punts

1982-85 1991-94 1977-78 2002-03 2004-05 2010-2008-09 1975-76 1986-87 2006-07 1971-72

PUNTING ATTEMPTS (SEASON) 78 Marco Kano 2,998 73 Phillip Jackson 2,877 yards 71 Darren Tucker 2,560 yards 69 Zach Bussey 2,782 yards 69 David Wheeler 2,528 yards 69 Phillip Jackson 2,455 yards 68 Dennis Layton 2,238 yards 65 Josh Brite 2,404 yards 65 Erik Contos 2,876 yards 64 Zach Bussey 2,361 yards 63 Erik Contos 2,231 yards

2011 1978 1989 2003 1982 1977 1975 2007 2005 2002 2004

PUNTING ATTEMPTS (CAREER) 210 David Wheeler 7,777 yards 187 Chuck Poplos 7,284 yards 142 Phillip Jackson 5,332 yards 133 Zach Bussey 5,143 yards 128 Erik Contos 5,107 yards 124 David Layton 4,139 yards 119 Josh Brite 3,484 yards 111 Richard Jackson 3,375 yards 108 Marco Kano 4,159 106 Nick Lochner 4,150 yards 98 John Lane 3,789 yards

1982-85 1991-94 1997-78 2002-03 2004-05 1975-76 2006-07 1971-72 2010-2008-09 1986-87

INDIVIDUAL PUNTING LEADERS (BY YEAR) Year Name 1970 Pedro Swann 1971 Richard Jackson 1972 Richard Jackson 1973 No Record 1974 No Record 1975 Dennis Layton 1976 Dennis Layton 1977 Phillip Jackson 1978 Phillip Jackson 1979 Henry Thomas 1980 Baron Harmon 1981 Bret Weber 1982 David Wheeler 1983 David Wheeler 1984 David Wheeler 1985 David Wheeler 1986 John Lane 1987 John Lane 1988 Dave Parkinson 1989 Darren Tucker 1990 Darren Tucker 1991 Chuck Poplos 1992 Chuck Poplos 1993 Chuck Poplos 1994 Chuck Poplos 1995 Bill Malashevich 1996 David Moffett 1997 Teddy Johnson 1998 Teddy Johnson 1999 Jon Shaddow 2000 Aaron Quinn 2001 Edward Suarez 2002 Zach Bussey 2003 Zach Bussey 2004 Erik Contos 2005 Erik Contos 2006 Josh Brite 2007 Josh Brite 2008 Nick Lochner 2009 Nick Lochner 2010 Marco Kano 2011 Marco Kano

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Yds. Avg. 1470 34.9 1690 31.5 1685 29.0

68 56 69 73 48 28 38 69 56 31 54 54 44 39 71 17 56 55 35 41 61 32 47 51 55 49 61 64 69 63 65 54 65 54 52 30 78

2238 1901 2455 2877 1626 928 1376 2528 2010 1197 2042 2094 1695 1586 2560 625 2180 2178 1339 1587 2062 1098 1626 1859 1936 1856 2021 2361 2782 2231 2876 1080 2404 2118 2032 1161 2,998

32.9 33.9 35.6 39.4 33.9 33.1 36.2 36.6 35.9 38.6 37.8 38.8 38.5 40.7 36.1 36.8 38.9 39.6 38.3 38.7 33.8 34.3 34.6 36.5 35.2 37.9 33.1 36.9 40.3 35.4 44.2 34.8 37.0 39.2 39.1 38.7 38.4


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RETURN RECORDS

PUNT RETURN YARDS (CAREER) 951 Tim Egerton 59 returns 894 Brian Randall 80 returns 625 Deon Rheubottom 54 returns 576 John Taylor 48 returns 461 Brandon Hudson 42 returns 447 Eldridge Comer 42 returns 425 Phil Anderson 33 returns 292 DaShane Dennis 33 returns 242 Walter Samuels 26 returns 235 Thalamus Trammel 20 returns

1985-89 1990-93 2002-05 1982-85 2006-08 1981-85 1991-94 1998-01 1980-81 1994-96

PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) 29 Brian Randall 378 yards 26 Andrew Johnson 187 yards 25 Deon Rheubottom 252 yards 24 Tim Egerton 346 yards 21 Brian Randall 205 yards 19 Brandon Hudson 221 yards 19 Omar Parker 140 yards 19 Phil Anderson 193 yards 19 Tim Egerton 237 yards 19 Pedro Swann 211 yards

1992 1977 2005 1987 1991 2006 1997 1994 1989 1970

PUNT RETURNS (CAREER) 80 Brian Randall 894 yards 59 Tim Egerton 951 yards 54 Deon Rheubottom 625 yards 48 John Taylor 576 yards 42 Eldridge Comer 447 yards 41 Brandon Hudson 461 yards 33 Phil Anderson 425 yards 33 DaShane Dennis 292 yards 26 Walter Samuels 242 yards 26 Andrew Johnson 187 yards

1990-93 1985-89 2002-05 1982-85 1981-85 2006-08 1991-94 1998-01 1980-81 1975-77

PUNT RETURN FOR TD (SEASON) 3 Tim Egerton 16-368 2 Josh Pope 2-37 2 Deon Rheubottom 18-262 2 Brian Randall 29-378 2 Tim Egerton 24-346 2 John Taylor 17-255 2 John Taylor 11-201 1 Akeem Green 1-31 1 Brandon Hudson 19-221 1 Derrick Singleton 1-13 1 Dante Jones 1-3 1 Brian Randall 21-205 1 Joe Burton 4-43 1 Bertram Chew 1-52 1 Tim Gray 1-44 1 Clarence Weathers 7-121 1 Marvin Blount 1-41 1 James Niblack 2-46 1 Marvin Blount 1-28 1 Warren Samuels 9-150 1 Terry Graves 1-2 1 Walter Tullis 11-197 1 Luther Howard 7-56

1988 2006 2004 1992 1987 1984 1983 2006 2006 2004 1997 1991 1986 1985 1982 1980 1980 1980 1979 1979 1979 1975 1972

PUNT RETURN FOR TD (CAREER) 5 Tim Egerton 59-951 4 John Taylor 48-576 3 Brian Randall 80-894 2 Josh Pope 2-37 2 Deon Rheubottom 54-625

1985-89 1982-85 1990-93 2005-08 2002-05

LONGEST PUNT RETURN 95 Clarence Weathers Salisbury State 9/6/80 90 Teddy Richardson -- 1972 79 Tim Egerton N.C. A&T 11/7/87 76 Brian Randall Morgan State 10/26/91 76 Tim Egerton Morgan State 10/22/88 75 Warren Samuels Bethune-Cookman 11/3/79 73 Deon Rheubottom Howard 11/20/04 73 John Taylor Howard 11/19/83 68 John Taylor James Madison 10/8/83 67 Tim Egerton Morgan State 10/22/88 KICK RETURN YARDS (SEASON) 855 DaShane Dennis 39 returns 758 Clarence Weathers 37 returns 751 DaShane Dennis 29 returns 708 DaShaun Morris 25 returns 678 Travis Tarpley 33 returns 633 Emmanuel Marc 29 returns 604 James Lee 28 returns 522 Larrone Moore 15 returns 520 Freddie Middlebrooks 26 returns 506 Jeremy Biandudi 28 returns

2000 1980 1999 2002 2011 2005 1986 2010 2003 2004

KICK RETURN YARDS (CAREER) 2,224 DaShane Dennis 96 returns 1,113 Larrone Moore 39 returns 975 Barry Mitchell 58 returns 949 Travis Tarpley 39 returns 888 DaShaun Morris 34 returns 842 Freddie Middlebrooks 43 returns 758 Clarence Weathers 37 returns 705 Thalamus Trammel 35 returns 635 Emmanuel Marc 30 returns 631 Shahn Mitchell 32 returns

1998-01 2008-10 1997-00 2008-10 2001-02 2002-05 1980 1994-96 2005-06 1990-92

KICK RETURNS (SEASON) 39 DaShane Dennis 855 yards 37 Clarence Weathers 758 yards 33 Travis Tarpley 678 yards 29 Emmanuel Marc 633 yards 29 DaShane Dennis 751 yards 29 Barry Mitchell 487 yards 28 Jeremy Biandudi 506 yards 28 James Lee 604 yards 26 Freddie Middlebrooks 520 yards 26 Barry Mitchell 487 yards 26 Shahn Mitchell 474 yards

2000 1980 2011 2005 1999 1998 2004 1986 2003 1997 1992

KICK RETURNS (CAREER) 96 DaShane Dennis 2,224 yards 58 Barry Mitchell 975 yards 43 Freddie Middlebrooks 842 yards 39 Travis Tarpley 949 yards 39 Larrone Moore 1,113 yards 37 Clarence Weathers 758 yards 35 Thalamus Trammel 705 yards 34 DaShaun Morris 888 yards 34 Donald Jackson-Brey 620 yards 32 Shahn Mitchell 631 yards

1998-01 1997-00 2002-05 2008-10 2008-10 1980 1994-96 2001-02 1995-96 1990-92

KICK RETURN FOR TD (SEASON) 3 DaShaun Morris 25-708 2 Larrone Moore 15-522 continued next column

2002 2010

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1992 1988 1987 2004 1984 2005 1989 2006 1970 1991

DASHANE

EGERTON

PUNT RETURN YARDS (SEASON) 378 Brian Randall 29 returns 368 Tim Egerton 16 returns 346 Tim Egerton 24 returns 262 Deon Rheubottom 18 returns 255 John Taylor 17 returns 252 Deon Rheubottom 25 returns 237 Tim Egerton 19 returns 221 Brandon Hudson 19 returns 211 Pedro Swann 19 returns 205 Brian Randall 21 returns

TIM KICK RETURN FOR TD (SEASON - continued) 1 Larrone Moore 18-460 2009 1 Brandon Hudson 13-335 2007 1 DaShane Dennis 18-416 2001 1 Darnerian McCants 1-51 2000 1 DaShane Dennis 29-751 1999 1 Johnny Rowe 8-227 1981 1 Clarence Weathers 37-758 1980 1 Andre Dixon 6-149 1976 1 Dave Griffin 12-227 1975 KICK RETURN FOR TD (CAREER) 3 Larrone Moore 39-1,113 3 DaShaun Morris 34-888 2 DaShane Dennis 96-2,224

2008-10 2001-02 1999-01

LONGEST KICK RETURN 100 Clarence Weathers 97 DaShane Dennis 92 DaShaun Morris 90 Larrone Moore 90 Larrone Moore 89 DaShane Dennis 89 Johnny Rowe 85 DaShaun Morris 85 DaShaun Morris 85 Pat Casey 85 Andre Dixon 84 Brandon Hudson

11/15/80 9/22/01 9/8/02 9/5/10 10/31/09 9/18/99 11/21/81 9/7/02 8/31/02 1987 1976 10/13/07

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RETURN RECORDS INDIVIDUAL KICKOFF RETURN LEADERS (BY YEAR) Year Name 1970 Steve Davis 1971 Nate Dancy 1972 Walter Tullis 1973 No Record 1974 No Record 1975 David Griffin 1976 Jerome Carter 1977 Donald Johnson 1978 Angelo Harris 1979 Walter Samuels 1980 Clarence Weathers 1981 John Rowe 1982 Tim Lankford 1983 Eldridge Comer 1984 Tim Lankford 1985 John Taylor 1986 James Lee 1987 John Stone 1988 Michael Riddick 1989 Robert Bethea 1990 Kyen Hill 1991 Phil Anderson 1992 Shahn Mitchell 1993 Craig McLaurin 1994 Reggie Brown 1995 Thalamus Trammel 1996 Thalamus Trammel 1997 Barry Mitchell 1998 Barry Mitchell 1999 DaShane Dennis 2000 DaShane Dennis 2001 DaShane Dennis 2002 DaShaun Morris 2003 Freddie Middlebrooks 2004 Jeremy Biandudi 2005 Emmanuel Marc 2006 Kadafi Tunsil 2007 Larrone Moore 2008 Zacharri Charles 2009 Travis Tarpley Laronne Moore 2010 Travis Tarpley 2011 Travis Tarpley

KOR 6 17 6

12 15 12 12 16 37 8 14 16 10 13 28 15 10 16 16 13 26 23 14 16 19 26 29 29 39 18 25 26 28 29 15 21 16 18 18 21 33

INDIVIDUAL PUNT RETURN LEADERS (BY YEAR)

Yds. 63 306 161

Avg. 10.5 18.0 26.8

227 275 198 225 296 758 227 270 267 165 232 604 303 239 272 310 229 474 423 256 375 330 459 287 751 855 416 708 520 506 633 408 431 332 474 460 754 678

18.9 18.3 16.5 18.8 18.5 20.5 28.4 19.3 16.7 16.5 17.8 21.6 20.2 23.9 17.0 19.4 17.6 18.2 18.4 18.3 23.4 17.4 17.7 16.8 25.0 21.9 23.1 28.3 20.0 18.1 21.8 27.2 20.5 20.8 26.3 25.6 22.6 20.5

Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player Pedro Swann Nate Dancy Ted Richardson No Record No Record Andre Dixon Andre Dixon Donald Johnson Baron Harmon Walter Samuels Clarence Weathers Walter Samuels Eldridge Comer Eldridge Comer John Taylor John Taylor James Lee Tim Egerton Tim Egerton Tim Egerton Brian Randall Brian Randall Brian Randall Brian Randall Phil Anderson Thalamus Trammel Thalamus Trammel Omar Parker Omar Jackson Tommie Mims DaShane Dennis Jonathan Williams DaShaun Morris Freddie Middlebrooks Deon Rheubottom Deon Rheubottom Brandon Hudson Shaheer McBride Brandon Hudson Zacharri Charles Travis Tarpley Travis Tarpley

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PR 19 7 7

Yds. 211 92 166

Avg. 11.1 13.1 23.7

13 13 26 6 9 7 17 11 13 17 18 18 24 16 19 15 21 29 15 19 12 8 19 6 14 15 9 16 12 18 25 19 17 13 8 8 8

145 94 187 25 150 121 92 76 138 255 99 114 336 368 237 168 205 378 143 193 168 67 140 58 107 133 40 161 83 262 252 221 222 112 63 73 56

11.1 7.2 7.2 4.2 16.7 17.3 5.4 6.9 10.6 15.0 5.5 6.3 14.0 23.0 12.5 11.2 9.8 13.0 9.5 10.2 14.0 8.4 7.4 9.7 7.6 8.9 4.4 10.1 6.9 14.6 10.1 11.6 7.2 8.6 7.9 9.1 7.0


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DEFENSIVE RECORDS TOTAL TACKLES (GAME) 23 Craig Parsley 20 Russell Reeves 18 Quintin Fortes 16 Andre Caroll 16 Russell Reeves 16 Sam Smith 16 Justin Mitchell

Howard 11/18/89 Delaware 11/23/07 Morgan State 10/24/11 vs. N.C. A&T 10/16/10 South Carolina St. 10/28/06 Bethune-Cookman 10/9/04 N.C. A&T 11/9/02

TOTAL TACKLES (SEASON) 159 Stephen Coleman 158 Greg Wright 156 Clarence Pritchett 139 Greg Wright 133 Anthony Sharpe 130 Bruce Davis 126 Odell Jones 123 Mike Colbert 121 Lloyd Badson 119 Lloyd Badson

73s/86a 91s/67a 71s/85a 48s/91a 28s/105a 53s/77a 60s/66a 28s/95a 61s/60a 52s/67a

TOTAL TACKLES (CAREER) 350 Anthony Sharpe 316 Lloyd Badson 304 Russell Reeves 297 Greg Wright 234 Ronnie Wilkerson 234 Robert Presbury 233 Craig Parsley 220 Derek Andrews 216 Daniel Coppedge 212 Timothy King

75s/275a 134s/182a 140s/164a 139s/158a 132s/102a 96s/138a 140s/164a 80s/140a 67s/139a 76s/134a

QUARTERBACK SACKS (GAME) 5 LeRoy Thompson N.C A&T 4 Ato Polk N.C. A&T 4 Sam Smith Florida A&M

1972 1978 1972 1979 1981 1991 1927 1982 1995 1993 1979-82 1992-95 2004-07 1978-79 1993-96 1984-87 1987-90 1984-87 1982-85 1978-81 11/9/91 11/8/99 9/3/05

QUARTERBACK SACKS (SEASON) 16.0 LeRoy Thompson 1991 14.0 Malcolm Showell 1989 13.5 Sam Smith 2005 13.0 Anthony Sharpe 1981 12.0 Robert Presbury 1987 11.0 LeRoy Thompson 1992 11.0 Robert Presbury 1986 11.0 James Thornton 1981 10.0 Jason Winfield 1991 9.5 Malcolm Showell 1988 QUARTERBACK SACKS (CAREER) 31.0 Robert Presbury 1984-97 30.5 Malcolm Showell 1987-90 30.0 LeRoy Thompson 1990-92 21.5 Anthony Sharpe 1979-82 20.0 Sam Smith 2004-05 19.0 Uhuru Hamiter 1992-94 17.0 Cedric Jones 1994-97 17.0 Joe Lane 1981-84 16.5 Dan Candelero 1983-86 15.5 Zachary Dunn 1998-01 INTERCEPTIONS (GAME) 4 Bertram Chew 3 Victor Heflin 3 Brian Randall 3 DaShane Dennis 3 Deon Rheubottom

N.C. A&T Virginia State Towson State Howard Morris Brown

INTERCEPTIONS (SEASON) 14 Luther Howard 12 Jimmie Strong 8 Bertram Chew 8 Victor Heflin 7 Reggie Johnson 6 Deon Rheubottom 6 Brian Randall 6 Brian Randall 6 Brian Randall 6 Joe Burton 6 Phillip Howland 6 Andre Dixon

1972 1965 1985 1982 1988 2001 1992 1991 1990 1985 1977 1975

INTERCEPTIONS (CAREER) 28 Jimmie Strong 21 Brian Randall 19 Joe Burton 14 Reggie Johnson 14 Timothy King 14 Luther King continued next column

1962-65 1990-93 1983-86 1986-89 1978-81 1970-72

9/7/85 10/25/82 10/10/92 11/17/01 8/31/02

INTERCEPTIONS (CAREER - continued) 12 Bertram Chew 1982-85 10 Deon Rheubottom 2001-04 10 Victor Heflin 1980-82 INTERCEPTION RETURN YDS. (SEASON) 163 Deon Rheubottom 6 int. 139 Brian Randall 6 int. 127 Eric Wainwright 5 int. 124 Joe Burton 5 int. 123 Brian Randall 6 int. 114 Thomas Douglas 3 int. 114 Andre Dixon 6 int. 98 Tom Kelly 4 int. 97 Bill Alston 3 int. 92 Jerome Strums 4 int. 92 Walter Tullis 2 int.

2001 1991 1987 1984 1990 1978 1977 1981 1982 2009 1975

INTERCEPTION RETURN YDS. (CAREER) 367 Brian Randall 21 int. 248 Joe Burton 19 int. 210 Deon Rheubottom 10 int. 189 Eric Wainwright 7 int. 153 Russell Reeves 6 int. 118 Jerome Strums 7 int. 114 Thomas Douglas 3 int. 114 Andre Dixon 6 int.

1990-93 1983-86 2002-05 1987-88 2003-07 2008-09 1975-78 1973-77

INTERCEPTIONS FOR TD (SEASON) 2 Russell Reeves 2-85 2 Brian Randall 6-139 2 Eric Dines 3-53 2 Eric Wainwright 5-127 2 Walter Tullis 5-N/A 1 Matt Spicer 2-9 1 Darrell Brown 1-0 1 Jerome Strum 4-92 1 Avery Grant 2-53 1 Olusegun Ayanbiola 1-13 1 Akeem Green 3-86 1 Jamel Trott 1-25 1 Russell Reeves 2-26 1 Jamel Trott 4-82 1 Deon Rheubottom 6-163 1 Jasper Owens 1-52 1 Vincent Pendergrass 3-26 1 Ray Bias 2-31 1 Lloyd Badson 2-69 1 James Moore 1-20 1 Eric Wainwright 2-62 1 Marc Ware 3-69 1 Elvis Hines 5-49 1 Reggie Johnson 7-54 1 Derek Andrews 3-85 1 Keith Harris 2-53 1 Joe Burton 5-124 1 Andre Williams 2-22 1 Bill Alston 3-97 1 Tom Kelly 4-98 1 Tomas Douglas 3-114 1 Boston Crum 1-37 1 Walter Tullis 2-92

2006 1991 1987 1987 1972 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2007 2004 2004 2003 2001 2001 1994 1993 1993 1991 1989 1988 1988 1988 1987 1986 1984 1983 1982 1981 1978 1978 1975

INTERCEPTION FOR TD (CAREER) 3 Russell Reeves 6-153 3 Eric Wainwright 7-189 3 Walter Tullis 7-92 2 Brian Randall 21-367 2 Eric Dines 3-53

2003-07 1987-88 1972-75 1990-93 1986-87

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 92 Joe Burton Bowie State 10/13/84 88 Bill Alston Liberty Baptist 11/20/82 86 Akeem Green N.C. A&T 10/13/07 75 Tom Kelly Central State 11/14/81 71 Jerome Strums at Delaware 9/19/09 65 Walter Tullis William Paterson 9/13/75 64 Eric Wainwirght Akron 10/17/87 62 Eric Wainwright Bethune-Cookman 10/7/89 58 Josh Pope Bethune-Cookman 10/7/06 52 Jasper Owens Bethune-Cookman 10/6/01 FUMBLE RETURN YDS. (SEASON) 117 DaShane Dennis 2 fr. 100 Akeem Green 1 fr. 100 Stephen Brown 2 fr. 95 Brian Randall 1 fr. 75 Justin Mitchell 1 fr. 50 Tyron Greenwood 1 fr. 50 Khary Darlington 1 fr. continued next column

1999 2007 2001 1992 2002 2001 2001

FUMBLE RETURN YDS. (SEASON - continued) 38 Justin Mitchell 2 fr. 32 Brandon Harvey 1 fr. 32 Brian Randall 2 fr. 30 Ryan Robinson 1 fr. 30 Jason Williams 1 fr. FUMBLE RETURN YARDS (CAREER) 120 Justin Mitchell 12 fr. 117 DaShane Dennis 6 fr. 100 Akeem Green 3 fr. 100 Stephen Brown 3 fr. 95 Brian Randall 4 fr. FUMBLE RECOVERIES (SEASON) 6 Justin Mitchell 38 yards 6 Donald Robinson 0 yards 5 James Thornton 0 yards 4 Sam Smith 0 yards 4 Justin Mitchell 7 yards 4 Brandon Yarber 5 yards 4 JoShaun Smith 0 yards 4 Mike Colbert 0 yards 4 David Crocker 0 yards 4 Bennie Shell 0 yards 4 Ken Wright 0 yards 3 Brandon Harvey 32 yards 3 Kevin Conner 17 yards 3 Kelly Rouse 0 yards 3 DaShane Dennis 117 yards 3 Mark Still 0 yards 3 Bruce Davis 0 yards 3 Alphonso Tyler 0 yards 3 Alphonso Tyler 0 yards 3 Kevin Bryant 0 yards 3 Daniel Coppedge 0 yards 3 Michael Cherry 0 yards 3 Tim Gray 0 yards 3 James Holt 0 yards 3 Calvin Mason 0 yards

2001 2010 1991 2007 1995 2001-03 1999-01 2004-07 1999-02 1990-93 2001 1976 1981 2005 2003 2000 1999 1982 1978 1976 1975 2010 2008 2006 1999 1993 1991 1991 1990 1986 1984 1983 1982 1982 1979

FUMBLE RECOVERIES (CAREER) 12 Justin Mitchell 2001-03 6 Alphonso Tyler 1990-91 6 DaShane Dennis 1999-01 5 Brandon Yarber 1999-02 5 JoShaun Smith 1996-99 4 Brian Randall 1990-93 4 Kelly Rouse 2005-07 4 Sam Smith 2004-05 FUMBLE REC. FOR TD (SEASON) 2 Stephen Brown 2001 1 Akeem Green 2007 1 Stephon Hopkins 2006 1 Brandon Hudson 2007 1 James Spence 2003 1 Justin Mitchell 2003 1 Deon Rheubottom 2003 1 Daryl Cooper 2002 1 Justin Mitchell 2002 1 Justin Mitchell 2001 1 Tyron Greenwood 2001 1 Khary Darlington 2001 1 Brandon Yarber 2000 1 DaShane Dennis 1999 1 Mike Kargbo 1996 1 Brian Randall 1992 1 Brian Randall 1991 1 Dan Candeloro 1985 1 Greg Wright 1975 FUMBLE REC. FOR TD (CAREER) 3 Justin Mitchell 2001-03 2 Stephen Brown 1999-02 LONGEST FUMBLE RECOVERIES 100 Akeem Green Morgan State 10/20/07 95 Brian Randall Morgan State 10/24/92 75 Justin Mitchell Hampton 10/5/02 75 Stephen Brown Morgan State 10/20/01 68 DaShane Dennis Morgan State 10/23/99 50 Khary Darlington N.C. A&T 11/24/01 50 Tyron Greenwood Norfolk State 11/10/01 49 DaShane Dennis Norfolk State 9/18/99 32 Brian Randall Youngstown State 9/14/91 30 Ryan Robinson Kent State 9/15/07 30 Jason Williams Florida A&M 10/14/95

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS ALL-TIME TACKLE LEADERS (BY YEAR) Year Name 1970 Glenn James 1971 No Record 1972 Stephen Coleman 1973 No Record 1974 No Record 1975 No Record 1976 No Record 1977 No Record 1978 Greg Wright 1979 Greg Wright 1980 Timothy King 1981 Anthony Sharpe 1982 Mike Colbert 1983 Bertram Chew 1984 Daniel Coppedge 1985 Daniel Coppedge 1986 Robert Presbury 1987 Derek Andrews 1988 Marvin Bright 1989 Craig Parsley 1990 Craig Parsley 1991 Bruce Davis 1992 LeRoy Thompson 1993 Lloyd Badson 1994 Antoine Morris 1995 Lloyd Badson 1996 Ronnie Wilkerson 1997 Jamal Perkins 1998 Zach Harden 1999 Dante Jones 2000 Rick Mason 2001 Justin Mitchell 2002 Justin Mitchell 2003 Justin Mitchell 2004 Sam Smith 2005 Sam Smith 2006 Russell Reeves 2007 Rusell Reeves 2008 Kevin Conner 2009 Andre Caroll 2010 Andre Caroll 2011 Quentin Ferguson

Tackles 109 159

158 139 104 133 123 75 98 81 91 103 89 104 62 130 89 119 82 121 101 72 69 74 93 51 65 74 104 75 79 92 95 56 96 106

ALL-TIME INTERCEPTIONS LEADERS (BY YEAR)

ALL-TIME SACKS LEADERS (BY YEAR) Year Name 1979 Donald Robinson 1980 Calvin Mason Ricky Mason Jonathan Anderson Kevin Williams 1981 Anthony Sharpe 1982 Anthony Sharpe Derrick Thompson 1983 Joe Lane 1984 Dan Candelero 1985 Robert Presbury 1986 Robert Presbury 1987 Robert Presbury 1988 Malcolm Showell 1989 Malcolm Showell 1990 Malcolm Showell 1991 LeRoy Thompson 1992 LeRoy Thompson 1993 Uhuru Hamiter 1994 Uhuru Hamiter 1995 Ernest Shockley 1996 Cedric Jones 1997 Cedric Jones 1998 Zach Haden Wayne Stackhouse 1999 Ato Polk Zachary Dunn 2000 Brandon Yarber 2001 Justin Mitchell 2002 Justin Mitchell 2003 Tyrone Greenwood 2004 Sam Smith 2005 Sam Smith 2006 Kelly Rouse 2007 Russell Reeves 2008 Joe Mendes 2009 Andre Caroll 2010 Andre Caroll 2011 Darrell Brown

Sacks 8.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 13.0 6.5 6.5 6.0 6.5 8.0 11.0 12.0 9.5 14.0 5.0 16.0 11.0 6.0 9.0 5.0 5.0 7.0 3.0 3.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 6.5 4.5 5.0 6.5 13.5 3.5 5.0 3.5 2.5 4.0 3.0

Year Name INT Yds. Avg. TD 1970 Joseph Moore 3 22 7.3 0 1971 No Records 1972 Luther Howard 14 -- -- 0 1973 No Records 1974 No Records 1975 Andre Dixon 6 23 3.8 0 1976 Andre Dixon 2 30 15.0 0 Shelton Smith 2 8 4.0 0 1977 Phillip Howland 6 114 19.0 0 1978 Thomas Douglas 3 114 38.0 1 1979 Timothy King 5 64 12.8 0 1980 Timothy King 5 70 14.0 0 1981 Timothy King 4 29 7.2 0 Tom Kelley 4 98 24.5 1 1982 Victor Heflin 8 75 9.4 0 1983 Mike Cherry 5 18 3.6 0 1984 Joe Burton 5 124 24.8 1 Billy Alston 5 58 11.6 0 1985 Bertram Chew 8 25 3.1 0 1986 Joe Burton 5 47 9.4 0 1987 Eric Wainwright 5 127 25.4 2 Willie Sheppard 5 0 0.0 0 1988 Reggie Johnson 7 54 7.7 0 1989 Marc Ware 3 23 7.7 0 Reggie Johnson 3 5 1.7 0 1990 Brian Randall 6 123 20.5 0 1991 Brian Randall 6 139 23.2 2 1992 Brian Randall 6 51 8.5 0 1993 Brian Randall 3 54 18.0 0 1994 Vincent Pendergrass 3 26 8.7 1 Shunard Brown 3 17 5.7 0 Jemel Blagmon 3 57 19.0 0 1995 Ray Bias 3 15 5.0 0 1996 Roderick Farmer 4 35 8.8 0 1997 Mansfield Brooker 4 13 3.3 0 1998 DaShane Dennis 2 0 0.0 0 1999 Dante Jones 2 23 11.5 0 DaShane Dennis 2 43 21.5 0 2000 Jasper Owens 4 54 13.5 0 2001 Deon Rheubottom 6 136 27.2 1 2002 Deon Rheubottom 3 12 4.0 0 Stephen Brown 3 27 9.0 0 2003 Jamel Trott 4 82 20.5 1 2004 Blake Saunders 3 31 10.3 0 2005 Blake Saunders 3 27 9.0 0 2006 Russell Reeves 2 85 42.5 2 Josh Pope 2 58 29.0 0 Kofi Amoah 2 15 7.5 0 2007 Akeem Green 3 86 28.7 1 2008 James Romain 4 7 1.8 0 2009 Jerome Strums 4 92 23.0 1 2010 Jomah Watston 2 3 1.5 0 Matt Spicer 2 9 4.5 1 Francis Adjei 2 25 12.5 0 2011 Jermond Colston 2 23 11.5 0

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TEAM RECORDS BEST RECORD 8-0 (1.000) 9-1 (.900) 10-2 (.833) 9-2 (.818) 9-2 (.818) 8-2 (.800) 6-2 (750) 8-3 (.727) 7-3 (.700) 7-3 (.700)

MOST POINTS ALLOWED (QUARTER - continued) 28 9/2/00 vs. Florida A&M third quarter 28 10/17/09 at Michigan first quarter 27 11/2/96 vs. S.C. State second quarter 27 10/8/99 at Hofstra second quarter

1934 1987 2007 1985 1991 1984 1970 2006 1960 1990

MOST WINS 10 2007 9 1985, 1987, 1991 8 1934, 1984, 2006 7 1960, 1990 6 1970

MOST POINTS ALLOWED (HALF) 63 11/8/80 at Portland State first half 49 11/17/09 at Michigan first half 42 ???? at Bethune-Cookman first half 42 11/8/80 at Portland State second half 42 11/14/92 at Liberty first half 42 10/7/95 at Hampton first half 42 10/3/98 vs. Florida A&M first half 41 9/5/98 at Hofstra first half 41 9/17/05 at James Madison first half 40 10/19/96 vs. Florida A&M first half 35 Six times

MOST POINTS SCORED (QUARTER) 30 10/15/88 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff first quarter 29 106/89 at Liberty fourth quarter 29 11/23/91 vs. Howard second quarter 28 10/23/93 vs. Morgan State first quarter 28 9/24/83 vs. D.C. first quarter 28 10/22/83 at Liberty Baptist first quarter 28 10/5/85 vs. Bethune-Cookman third quarter 28 10/25/03 vs. Morgan State second quarter 28 9/906 vs. St. Francis (Pa.) second quarter 27 Three times

MOST POINTS ALLOWED (GAME) 105 Portland State 0-105 69 at South Carolina State 0-69 68 vs. Hofstra 0-68 65 at James Madison 7-65 63 at Michigan 6-63 60 Maryland State 0-60 57 at Florida A&M 9-57 56 vs. Florida A&M 21-56 54 vs. Hampton 28-54 53 vs. Morgan State 36-53

MOST POINTS SCORED (HALF) 51 10/15/88 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff first half 49 9/9/06 vs. St. Francis (Pa.) first half 48 9/26/87 vs. D.C. first half 48 10/23/93 vs. Morgan State first half 42 9/24/83 vs. D.C. first half 42 10/22/83 at Liberty Baptist first half 42 10/13/84 at Bowie State first half 42 11/23/91 vs. Howard first half 39 11/9/85 at Southern first half 38 Twice

MOST POINTS ALLOWED (SEASON) 482 1998 11 games 437 1980 11 games 378 2000 11 games 352 1993 11 games 348 2003 11 games 334 2010 11 games 324 2001 11 games 317 1996 11 games 313 2002 12 games 312 1997 11 games 282 1992 11 games

MOST POINTS SCORED (GAME) 70 vs. Bowie State 70-8 69 vs. District of Columbia 69-14 66 vs. St. Paul’s 66-0 66 vs. Lock Haven 66-19 65 vs. Morgan State 65-42 64 vs. Howard 64-37 63 vs. St. Francis 62-28 62 vs. Concord (W.V.) 62-0 58 vs. St. Paul’s 58-0 58 vs. Ark-Pine Bluff 58-7

10/13/84 10/26/87 1950 9/3/96 10/25/93 11/18/00 9/9/06 11/4/06 1948 10/15/88

MOST POINTS SCORED (SEASON) 425 1984 10 games 387 1985 11 games 380 2000 11 games 371 1993 11 games 368 1983 11 games 345 1987 10 games 335 2006 11 games 335 2007 12 games 315 2001 11 games 300 1991 11 games MOST POINTS ALLOWED (QUARTER) 49 11/8/80 at Portland State first quarter 35 11/8/80 at Portland State third quarter 28 11/22/80 at Florida A&M fourth quarter 28 9/29/90 at Bethune-Cookman second quarter 28 11/14/92 at Liberty second quarter 28 10/17/98 vs. Liberty second quarter 28 11/7/98 vs. NCA&T fourth quarter continued next column

FEWEST POINTS SCORED (SEASON) 34 1971 9 games 41 1979 9 games 48 1951 9 games 52 1967 9 games 80 1978 10 games 91 1976 11 games 102 1980 11 games 103 1963 9 games 108 1948 9 games 109 1965 9 games

11/8/90 9/24/11 9/5/98 9/17/05 10/17/09 1952 11/22/80 10/3/98 9/30/00 10/25/03

MOST TD SCORED (SEASON - continued) 41 1992 11 games 40 1994 11 games MOST RUSHING TD (SEASON) 45 1984 10 games 36 1992 11 games 34 1985 11 games 33 1987 10 games 32 1983 11 games 32 1990 10 games 31 1992 11 games 28 1991 11 games 25 Three times MOST PASSING TD (SEASON) 32 2000 11 games 23 2010 11 games 19 1999 11 games 16 1998 11 games 15 1985 11 games 15 1989 11 games 14 1994 11 games 13 Seven Times MOST TD SCORED AGAINST (GAME) 8 Neil Lomax Portland State 11/8/80 4 Lance Johnson Portland State 11/8/80 4 Mike Cadore Eastern Kentucky 9/10/88 4 Tamron Smith Youngstown State 9/12/92 4 Rupert Grant Howard 11/20/93 4 Brian McCarty Towson State 9/17/94 4 Michael Hicks South Carolina St. 10/30/94 4 Lawrence Worthington Liberty 9/14/96 4 Kenny Bynum South Carolina St. 11/2/96 4 Angelo Todd Norfolk State 9/19/98 4 Walt Heilig Liberty 10/17/98 4 Montrel Coley Hampton 9/30/00 4 Omar Cuff Delaware 11/23/07 MOST FIRST DOWNS (GAME) 32 vs. Grambling 31 at Norfolk State 30 vs. Liberty 30 vs. Cheyney 29 vs. South Carolina State 28 vs. South Carolina State 28 vs. Northeastern 28 vs. Morgan State 28 vs. Bucknell 27 Four times

45-42 26-38 48-24 50-18 57-32 50-36 43-16 65-42 28-33

MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING (GAME) 24 vs. Towson 24-13 24 vs. Jackson State 37-34

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED (SEASON) 2 1934 8 games 15 1955 8 games 24 1935 8 games 31 1954 8 games 34 1957 8 games 52 1956 9 games 83 1970 8 games 87 1960 8 games 96 1953 8 games 104 1946 8 games

MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING (SEASON) 176 1984 10 games 156 1991 11 games 152 1990 10 games 146 1983 11 games 146 1986 11 games 143 1992 11 games 142 1993 11 games 138 1985 11 games 138 1996 11 games 123 1987 10 games

MOST TD SCORED (SEASON) 61 1984 10 games 54 2000 11 games 51 1993 11 games 44 2006 11 games 43 1990 10 games 42 2001 11 games continued next column

MOST FIRST DOWNS PASSING (GAME) 20 vs. Florida A&M 10/3/98 17 vs. Morgan State 10/23/04 17 vs. Norfolk State 9/19/98 16 vs. Howard 11/19/11 16 vs. Norfolk State 10/8/11 15 vs. North Carolina A&T 10/15/11 14 vs. Florida A&M 10/15/94

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TEAM RECORDS MOST FIRST DOWNS PASSING (SEASON) 126 2010 11 games 116 1998 11 games 104 2004 11 games 104 2011 11 games 102 2000 11 games 91 1999 11 games 91 2008 11 games 90 1994 11 games 78 2009 10 games 77 2007 12 games 71 2003 11 games 70 1997 11 games MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS (GAME) 79 vs. Howard 29-14 76 vs. Jackson State 37-34 71 at Northeastern 46-20 69 vs. Howard 56-12 69 vs. Morgan State 41-17 67 vs. Towson 24-13 67 at Grambling 45-42 66 Four times MOST RUSHING YARDS (GAME) 518 vs. Towson 24-13 509 vs. Liberty 34-11 507 vs. Bethune-Cookman 55-26 497 vs. Morgan State 65-42 481 at North Carolina A&T 56-7 463 at Liberty 48-24 435 vs. Jackson State 37-34 427 vs. Northeastern 24-37 427 vs. Cheyney 50-18 402 at Grambling 45-42

11/17/90 10/5/91 11/16/91 11/23/91 10/24/92 9/22/90 9/26/92

9/22/90 11/10/84 10/2/93 10/23/93 9/22/84 10/22/83 10/5/91 11/15/86 9/6/97 9/26/92

MOST RUSHING YARDS (SEASON) 3,773 1984 10 games 3,283 1991 11 games 3,119 1985 11 games 3,117 1983 11 games 3,099 1992 11 games 3,034 1993 11 games 2,987 1990 10 games 2.931 1987 10 games 2,914 1986 11 games 2,571 1996 11 games MOST RUSHING YDS. ALLOWED (GAME) 504 vs. Elon 9/11/99 461 at Michigan 10/17/09 450 vs. Bethune-Cookman 10/7/00 440 at North Carolina A&T 10/18/80 429 vs. Bethune-Cookman 10/10/98 419 at Portland State 11/8/80 409 vs. Northeastern 11/15/86 399 at South Carolina State 9/24/11 396 vs. South Carolina State 11/13/99 384 at Towson 10/26/85 380 vs. North Carolina A&T 11/7/98 FEWEST RUSHING YDS. ALLOWED (GAME) (-85) vs. Norfolk State 11/10/01 (-29) at Connecticut 10/12/85 (-23) vs. Cheyney 9/5/92 (-8) at Morgan State 10/20/90 (-7) vs. Fayetteville State 9/4/93 (-6) vs. D.C. 9/24/83 (-5) vs. Howard 11/23/91 (-5) at Morgan State 10/26/96 10 vs. Norfolk State 9/30/95 12 vs. Howard 11/19/05

MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS (GAME) 62 vs. Florida A&M 21-56 53 at Norfolk State 26-38 51 vs. Morgan State 37-51 50 vs. Hampton 14-20 50 vs. North Carolina A&T 24-42 49 vs. North Carolina A&T 15-47 45 vs. Norfolk State 26-38 44 at Norfolk State 31-28 44 vs. Norfolk State 28-21 43 Six times

10/3/98 9/19/98 10/23/04 9/30/10 10/15/11 11/7/98 9/19/98 11/11/00 11/10/07

FEWEST PASSING ATTEMPTS (GAME) 1 vs. Northeastern 24-37 2 vs. South Carolina State 19-14 4 at Northeastern 46-20 4 vs. Cheyney 44-12 5 Six times

11/15/86 11/2/91 11/16/91 9/11/93

MOST PASSING YARDS (GAME) 430 vs. Morgan State 37-51 426 vs. FAMU 21-56 400 at Howard 53-43 351 vs. Bucknell 28-38 339 vs. Norfolk State 31-28 339 vs. Norfolk State 30-48 324 at Howard 28-44 319 at North Carolina A&T 30-50 316 at South Carolina State 10-52 315 vs. Howard 30-20 300 vs. Bethune-Cookman 51-7

10/23/04 10/3/98 11/20/10 11/25/99 11/11/00 10/8/11 11/19/11 10/15/11 10/31/09 11/21/09 10/5/85

MOST PASSING YARDS (SEASON) 2,738 2010 11 games 2,635 1998 11 games 2,476 2004 11 games 2,452 2000 11 games 2,230 1994 11 games 2,198 2011 11 games 2,171 1999 11 games 1,844 2008 11 games 1,773 2003 11 games 1,644 1985 11 games MOST PASSING YDS. ALLOWED (GAME) 487 vs. Howard 43-31 478 vs. Florida A&M 38-43 450 vs. Bethune-Cookman 55-26 450 vs. Florida A&M 21-56 429 vs. Central (OH) State 26-49 420 at Bethune-Cookman 56-42 419 vs. Central (OH) State 20-14 416 vs. Bethune-Cookman 23-16 406 vs. Norfolk State 20-14 404 at Bethune-Cookman 38-41 MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN (GAME) 5 at Central (OH) State 26-49 5 at Bethune-Cookman 38-41 5 vs. North Carolina A&T 30-16 5 vs. Akron 52-26 5 vs. Towson 40-17 5 at Florida A&M 19-48 5 at Bethune-Cookman 20-41 4 Six times

11/17/01 10/13/90 10/2/93 10/3/98 11/5/83 9/29/90 11/15/80 10/1/83 9/30/95 9/29/84

11/5/83 9/29/84 9/7/85 10/17/87 10/24/87 10/30/99 10/7/00

MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN (SEASON) 31 1987 10 games 22 2011 11 games 21 1975 10 games 20 1997 11 games 19 1980 11 games 18 1979 10 games 17 1976 11 games 17 1998 11 games 17 2000 11 games 17 2008 11 games 16 Four times MOST TOTAL YARDS (GAME) 730 vs. Morgan State 624 vs. Liberty 602 vs. Central (OH) State 593 vs. Bethune-Cookman 587 vs. Lock Haven 579 vs. Towson 578 vs. South Carolina State 577 vs. South Carolina State 575 vs. Howard 567 at Howard

65-42 48-24 55-17 55-26 66-19 24-13 57-32 34-21 38-16 64-36

10/23/93 10/22/83 10/27/84 10/2/93 9/1/96 9/22/90 10/28/00 11/1/86 11/23/85 11/11/00

MOST TOTAL YARDS (SEASON) 5,103 1984 10 games 4,763 1985 11 games 4,557 1994 11 games 4,502 1993 11 games 4,428 1992 11 games 4,355 1990 10 games 4,305 2000 11 games 4,265 1983 11 games 4,092 1986 11 games 4,059 1996 11 games MOST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED (GAME) 727 at Michigan 6-63 689 at South Carolina State 0-67 623 vs. Florida A&M 0-49 617 vs. Florida A&M 21-56 611 at Bethune-Cookman 20-41 599 at James Madison 7-65 584 at Central (OH) State 26-49 573 vs. Florida A&M 19-48 559 vs. Florida A&M 43-38 559 vs. Liberty 21-53 557 vs. Hampton 28-54 MOST SHUTOUTS (SEASON) 7 1934 8 games 6 1935 8 games 5 1954 8 games 5 1955 8 games 5 1957 8 games 4 1956 9 games 4 1977 11 games MOST SACKS (SEASON) 46 1991 11 games 43 1983 11 games 42 1987 10 games 40 1989 11 games 37 2005 11 games 36 1981 11 games 36 1985 11 games 33 2001 11 games 28 1999 11 games

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COACHING RECORDS MOST COACHING WINS (SEASON) 10 Al Lavan 10-1 9 Bill Collick 9-2 9 Bill Collick 9-1 9 Bill Collick 9-2 8 Al Lavan 8-3 8 Joseph Purzycki 8-2 8 Edward Jackson 8-0 7 12 times

2007 1991 1987 1985 2006 1984 1934

ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHES (BY YEAR) 1971: Donald Blakey, Joe Burden, Rufus Simmons, Horace Small 1972: Joe Burden, Gerald Kobasa, Roy Knight, Charles May, Horace Small 1973: Joe Burden, Roy Knight, Gerald Kobasa, Charles May, Horace Small 1974: No Record 1975: Milton Fitch, Byarie Jones, Tom Kinkus, Jackie Robinson, Jimmie Strong 1976: Charles Henderson, Byarie Jones, Tom Kinkus, Jim Refosco, Jimmie Strong

MOST COACHING WINS (CAREER) 81 Bill Collick 1985-96 47 Edward Jackson 1933-45; 1953-55 41 Al Lavan 2004-10 25 Arnold Jeter 1967-74 21 Joseph Purzycki 1981-84 18 Edmond Wyche 1975-80 17 Bennie J. George 1956-59 16 Ben Blacknall 2000-03 15 Thomas Conrad 1946-49 15 Ray D. Moore 1961-64

1977: Norman Hayes, Charles Henderson, Byarie Jones, Jackie Robinson

BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE (CAREER) Minimum 30 games .628 Bill Collick 1985-96 .612 Edward Jackson 1933-45; 1953-55 .532 Al Lavan 2004-10 .531 Bennie J. George 1956-59 .500 Joseph Purzycki 1981-84

1987: John Coveleski, Donald Golacinski, Gregory McLaurin, Thurmond Moore, Keith E. Tillman

MOST GAMES COACHED 129 Bill Collick 77 Al Lavan 74 Arnold Jeter 67 Edward Jackson 43 Joseph Purzycki 42 Edmond Wyche 40 Ben Blacknall 36 Roy D. Moore 33 John McKenzie 32 Bennie J. George

1978: Norman Hayes, Charles Henderson, Byarie Jones, Jackie Robinson 1979: Byarie Jones, Roy Knight, Jackie Robinson 1980: Scottie Elliot, Earl Goodman, Byarie Jones, Roy Knight, Jackie Robinson 1981: William Billings, C. Jeffrey Cannon, William Collick, Gregory McLaurin, Walter Tullis 1982: William Billings, C. Jeffrey Cannon, William Collick, Gregory McLaurin, Walter Tullis 1983: William Billings, C. Jeffrey Cannon, William Collick, Gregory McLaurin 1984: William Billings, C. Jeffrey Cannon, William Collick, Keith Hinkle, Gregory McLaurin, Levi Shade 1985: John Coveleski, David Dolch, Donald Golacinski, Robert Maull, Jr., Gregory McLaurin 1986: John Coveleski, Scot Dapp, Donald Golacinski, Gregory McLaurin, Thurmond Moore 1988: John Coveleski, Sean Gibson, Donald Golacinski, Franz Kappel, Gregory McLaurin, Thurmond Moore, Joe Wysock 1989: Sean Gibson, Don Golacinski, Dwayne Henry, Gregory McLaurin, Baxter Weber, Andre Williams 1990: William Billings, Ed DiFederico, Dwayne Henry, Franz Kappel, Gregory McLaurin, Andre Williams 1991: William Billings, Ed DiFederico, Dwayne Henry, Franz Kappel, Gregory McLaurin, Andre Williams 1992: William Billings, Ed DiFederico, Dwayne Henry, Franz Kappel, Gregory McLaurin, Andre Williams 1993: William Billings, Ed DiFederico, Dwayne Henry, Franz Kappel, Gregory McLaurin, Andre Williams 1994: William Billings, Dwayne Henry, Franz Kappel, Tony Pierce, Nickolas Polk, Eric Wainwright

1985-96 2004-10 1967-74 1933-45; 1953-55 1981-84 1975-78 2000-03 1961-64 1997-99 1956-59

HORNETS ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Edward Jackson 1933-45; 1953-55 Thomas Conrad 1946-49 Robert White 1950-51 Willard S. Jones 1952 Bennie J. George 1956-59 Preston Mitchell 1960 Roy D. Moore 1961-64 U.S. Washington 1965-66 Arnold Jeter 1967-74 Edmond Wyche 1975-78 Charles Henderson 1979-80 Joseph Purzycki 1981-84 Bill Collick 1985-96 John McKenzie 1997-99 Ben Blacknall 2000-03 Butch Posey* 2003 Al Lavan 2004-10 Kermit Blount 2011-- * - Interim

1995: William Billings, Jeff Braxton, Dwayne Henry, Darryl Holmes, T.J. McCreight, Nickolas Polk 1996: Jeff Braxton, Nick Calcutta, Dwayne Henry, Darryl Holmes, Franz Kappel, T.J. McCreight, Franklin Moon, Mike Walker 1997: Roy Bennett, Reggie Brown, Maurice Heard, Patrick Johnson, Leontist Wagner, Deatrich Wise 1998: Roy Bennett, Reggie Brown, Maurice Heard, Patrick Johnson, Leontist Wagner, Deatrich Wise 1999: Reggie Brown, Damon Frenchers, Patrick Johnson, Trei Oliver, Vincent “Chico” Williams 2000: Jeff Braxton, Damon Frenchers, Leo Hamlett, Trei Oliver, Butch Posey, Curtis Thomas, Vincent “Chico” Williams 2001: Jeff Braxton, David Francis, Damon Frenchers, Leo Hamlett, Trei Oliver, Butch Posey, Curtis Thomas,

Vincent “Chico” Williams

2002: Jeff Braxton, Damon Frenchers, Leo Hamlett, Trei Oliver, Butch Posey, Curtis Thomas, Vincent “Chico” Williams 47-26-2 15-16-1 4-14-1 1-7-0 17-15-1 4-4-0 15-20-1 7-10-0 25-48-1 18-23-1 6-14-1 21-21-1 81-48-0 7-26-0 16-24-0 1-4-0 41-36-0 3-8-0

2003: Jeff Braxton, Andre Creamer, Damon Frenchers, Leo Hamlett, Albert Horsey, James Posey, Butch Posey, Curtis

Thomas, Vincent “Chico” Williams

2004: Eric Day, Derek Hall, Luke Harris, Marshall Hayes, Larry Holton, Aubrey Kelly, Greg McLaurin, Tim Orr, Curtis Thomas 2005: Raimond Braithwaite, Andre Creamer, Eric Day, Derek Hall, Luke Harris, David Melendez, Curtis Thomas, Dwayne

Thomas, Vincent White

2006: Jeff Braxton, Andre Creamer, Eric Day, Derek Hall, Paul Macklin, Ed Sanders, Curtis Thomas, Dwayne Thomas 2007: Jeff Braxton, Mike Gallagher, Derek Hall, Bobby Jones, Paul Macklin, Rayford Petty, Doug Sams, Ed Sanders,

Curtis Thomas

2008: Renato Diaz, Mike Gallagher, Derek Hall, Bobby Jones, Lawrence Livingston, Rayford Petty, Ed Sanders, Doug Sams,

Curtis Thomas

2009: Ronald Bolton, Renato Diaz, Mike Gallagher, Bernd Gottschalk, Bobby Jones, Rayford Petty, Doug Sams, Ed Sanders,

Adam Shorter, Curtis Thomas

2010: Ronald Bolton, Nick Calcutta, Renato Diaz, Mike Gallagher, Bobby Jones, John Morgan, Rayford Petty, Doug Sams,

Curtis Thomas

2011: Jeff Braxton, Nick Calcutta, Bryant Foster, Arrington Jones, Mike Ketchum, Will King, Curtis Thomas, Tory Woodbury 2012: Jeff Braxton, Nick Calcutta, Bryant Foster, Arrington Jones, Mike Ketchum, Curtis Thomas, Tory Woodbury

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HOMECOMING RECORDS HOMECOMING COACHING RECORDS Arnold Jeter 1969-74 Edmond Wyche 1975-78 Charles Henderson 1979-80 Joseph Purzycki 1981-84 Bill Collick 1985-96 John McKenzie 1997-99 Ben Blacknall 2000-03 Butch Posey* 2003 Al Lavan 2004-10 Kermit Blount 2011--

3-3 4-0 2-0 3-1 9-3 1-2 3-0 0-1 6-1 0-1

ALL-TIME HOMECOMING RESULTS (BY YEAR) 1969

Oct. 11

W

10-0

Howard

1970

Oct. 17

W

6-0

St. Paul’s

1971

Oct. 9

L

3-24

Howard

1972

Oct. 14

W

14-10

North Carolina Central

1973

Oct. 6

L

6-29

Howard

1974

L

0-7

North Carolina Central

1975

Oct. 25

W

17-3

Morgan State

1976

Nov. 6

W

27-6

Shaw

BIGGEST HOMECOMING WIN Oct. 5, 1985 W 51-7 Bethune-Cookman 8,500

1977

Oct. 29

W

10-3

Kentucky State

1978

Oct. 14

W

16-13

North Carolina Central

HOMECOMING ATTENDANCE RECORDS Oct. 27, 1984 W 55-17 Central State 12,000 Oct. 5, 1985 W 51-7 Bethune-Cookman 8,500 Oct. 29, 1988 W 28-7 South Carolina State 7,800 Nov. 7, 1987 W 41-9 North Carolina A&T 7,522 Oct. 26, 1991 W 26-10 Morgan State 7,230 Oct. 23, 1982 W 15-14 Virginia State 7,100 Oct. 15, 1983 W 26-7 North Carolina A&T 7,000 Oct. 25, 1997 L 7-14 Morgan State 6,839 Oct. 30, 2004 L 14-28 South Carolina State 6,583 Oct. 28, 2000 W 57-32 South Carolina State 6,352

1979

Oct. 27

W

16-2

Kentucky State

5,000

1980

Nov. 15

W

20-14

Central State

4,650

1981

Oct. 31

L

7-24

Towson State

5,000

1982

Oct. 23

W

15-14

Virginia State

7,100

1983

Oct. 15

W

26-7

North Carolina A&T

7,000

1984

Oct. 27

W

55-17

Central State

12,000

1985

Oct. 5

W

51-7

Bethune-Cookman

8,500

1986

Nov. 1

W

34-21

South Carolina State

6,000

1987

Nov. 7

W

41-9

North Carolina A&T

7,522

1988

Oct. 29

W

28-7

South Carolina State

7,800

LONGEST HOMECOMING WINNING STREAK 1982-91 10 games 2005-10 6 games

1989

Nov. 4

W

30-7

South Carolina State

1990

Oct. 27

W

39-0

South Carolina State

1991

Oct. 26

W

26-10

Morgan State

1992

Oct. 31

L

7-28

South Carolina State

1993

Oct. 23

W

65-42

Morgan State

1994

Oct. 29

L

38-42

South Carolina State

1995

Oct. 21

W

41-17

Morgan State

1996

Nov. 2

L

14-34

South Carolina State

5,198

1997

Oct. 25

L

7-14

Morgan State

6,839

1998

Oct. 31

L

14-31

South Carolina State

4,131

1999

Oct. 23

W

34-20

Morgan State

4,231

2000

Oct. 28

W

57-32

South Carolina State

6,352

2001

Oct. 20

W

38-12

Morgan State

5,189

2002

Nov. 2

W

27-21

South Carolina State

5,182

2003

Oct. 25

L

36-53

Morgan State

5,349

2004

Oct. 30

L

14-28

South Carolina State

6,583

2005

Oct. 22

W

41-14

Morgan State

4,616

2006

Oct. 14

W

37-21

North Carolina A&T

4,577

2007

Oct. 20

W

25-17

Morgan State

5,446

2008

Oct. 18

W

42-7

North Carolina A&T

6,089

2009

Oct. 24

W

35-22

Morgan State

5,327

2010

Oct. 16

W

31-26

North Carolina A&T

4,131

2011

Oct. 24

L

0-12

Morgan State

2,352

LONGEST HOMECOMING LOSING STREAK 1996-98 3 games VS OPPONENT (ALL-TIME) Team Games Morgan State 12 S.C. State 11 N.C. A&T 5 N.C. Central 3 Howard 3 Kentucky State 2 Central State 2 B-CU 1 Shaw 1 St. Paul’s 1 Virginia State 1 Towson State 1

Record Pct. Last Time 9-3 .759 2011 6-5 .545 2004 5-0 1.000 2009 2-1 .667 1978 1-2 .333 1973 2-0 1.000 1979 2-0 1.000 1984 1-0 1.000 1985 1-0 1.000 1976 1-0 1.000 1970 1-0 1.000 1982 0-1 .000 1981

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1924 (0-1) L 0-65 Lincoln (Pa.) 1925 (0-2) L 6-27 Atlantic City H.S. L 13-21 Moorestown H.S. 19-48 1926 (1-0) W 14-0 Downingtown (Pa.) Industrial 1929 (1-0) W 12-7 Normal (Cheyney) 1930 (4-2) (Overall - 6-5) L 6-7 Bordentown (N.J.) Military Institute W 18-0 Maryland State W 7-0 Howard H.S. L 0-6 Normal (Cheyney) W 14-12 Downingtown (Pa.) Industrial W 19-0 Maryland State 64-25 1931 (2-2-1) (Overall - 8-7-1) W 14-13 Bordentown (N.J.) Military Institute T 0-0 Howard H.S. L 0-30 Cheyney L 0-33 Downingtown (Pa.) Industrial W 30-0 Maryland State 44-76 1932 (2-5) (Overall - 10-12-1) W 29-7 Newark Athletic Club L 12-13 Cheyney L 7-20 Bordentown (N.J.) Military Institute L 0-18 Downingtown (Pa.) Industrial W 13-0 Maryland State L 6-20 Storer College L 6-7 Howard H.S. 73-85 1933 (4-4) Coach: Edward Jackson (Overall - 14-16-1) L 18-26 Bowie State L 0-8 Miner (UDC) L 0-7 Cheyney L 0-13 Bordentown (N.J.) Military Institute W 7-0 Downingtown (Pa.) Industrial W 38-0 Maryland State W 33-6 Storer College W 18-0 Howard H.S. 114-60 1934 (8-0) Coach: Edward Jackson (12-4) (Overall - 22-16-1) W 13-0 Bowie State W 6-2 Miner (UDC) W 8-0 Lincoln (Pa.) W 14-0 Cheyney W 20-0 Bordentown (N.J.) Military Institute W 25-0 Downingtown (Pa.) Industrial W 38-0 Storer College W 1-0 Maryland State (Forfeit) 125-2

1935 (7-1) Coach: Edward Jackson (19-5) (Overall - 29-17-1) L 0-6 Virginia State W 25-17 Miner (UDC) W 13-6 Lincoln (Pa.) W 39-0 Bordentown (N.J.) Military Institute W 32-0 Downingtown (Pa.) Industrial W 42-0 Maryland State W 52-0 Storer College W 7-0 Cheyney 210-24 1936 (1-3-1) Coach: Edward Jackson (20-8-1) (Overall - 30-20-2) W 18-9 Bowie State L 0-29 Cheyney T 6-6 Bordentown (N.J.) Military Institute L 0-41 Lincoln (Pa.) L 0-20 Miner (UDC) 24-105 1937 (1-0) Coach: Edward Jackson (21-8-1) W 13-6 Lincoln (Pa.)

(Overall - 31-20-2)

1938 (0-1) Coach: Edward Jackson (21-9-1) L 7-20 Cheyney

(Overall - 31-21-2)

1939 (0-2) Coach: Edward Jackson (21-11-1) (Overall - 31-23-2) L 7-12 Cheyney L Bordentown (N.J.) Military Institute 1941 (0-3) Coach: Edward Jackson (21-14-1) (Overall - 31-26-2) L 12-27 Cheyney L 0-13 Howard L 0-18 Elizabeth City 12-58 1942 (3-1-1) Coach: Edward Jackson (24-15-2) (Overall - 34-27-3) L 6-34 Lincoln (Pa.) T 13-13 Howard W 32-6 Winston-Salem W 27-0 Fort DuPont W 6-0 Virginia Union 84-53 1944 (2-2) Coach: Edward Jackson (26-17-2) (Overall - 36-29-3) L 0-47 Morgan State L 0-19 Lincoln (Pa.) W 7-6 Howard W 18-6 Howard 25-78 1945 (3-3, 3-3 CIAA) Coach: Edward Jackson (29-20-2) (Overall - 39-32-3) W 13-12 NC Central* L 0-27 Morgan State* L 13-25 Lincoln (Pa.)* W 14-0 Hampton* L 19-25 Howard* W 26-0 Bluefield* 85-89 *-CIAA game

1946 (4-4, 3-4 CIAA) Coach: Thomas Conrad (Overall - 43-36-3) W 19-7 Howard* L 6-32 NC Central* L 6-22 Morgan State* L 6-19 Lincoln (Pa.)* L 0-12 Hampton* W 12-6 Winston-Salem* W 50-0 St. Paul’s* W 7-6 Florida N&T† 106-104 *-CIAA game †Flower Bowl 1/1/47- Jacksonville, Fla. 1947 (4-4, 4-3 CIAA) Coach: Thomas Conrad (8-8) L 0-27 Howard* W 7-0 NC Central* L 0-31 Morgan State* L 7-20 Lincoln (Pa.)* W 11-7 J.C. Smith* W 20-6 Winston-Salem* L 0-41 Central (Ohio) W 22-0 St. Augustine’s* 67-132 *-CIAA game 1948 (4-5, 4-4 CIAA) Coach: Thomas Conrad (12-13) L 0-40 Howard* L 0-14 NC Central* L 0-41 Morgan State* W 7-6 Lincoln (Pa.)* W 14-12 J.C. Smith* L 7-12 Winston-Salem* W 58-0 St. Paul’s* L 0-41 Central (Ohio) W 22-0 St. Augustine’s* 108-166 *-CIAA game

(Overall - 47-40-3)

(Overall - 51-45-3)

1949 (3-5-1, 3-5-1 CIAA) Coach: Thomas Conrad (15-18-1) (Overall - 54-50-4) L 0-27 NC Central* L 7-38 Howard* L 0-32 Morgan State* T 12-12 Winston-Salem* W 26-20 Lincoln (Pa.)* L 6-10 J.C. Smith* W 13-11 Bluefield* W 40-0 St. Paul’s* L 7-13 St. Augustine’s* 111-163 *-CIAA game 1950 (2-7-1, 2-6-1 CIAA) Coach: Robert White L 0-13 NC Central* L 6-7 Howard* L 0-20 Morgan State* L 0-34 Maryland State L 0-18 Winston-Salem* W 66-0 St. Paul’s* W 25-14 J.C. Smith* T 0-0 Lincoln (Pa.)* L 6-13 St. Augustine’s* L 36-44 Bluefield* 133-163 *-CIAA game

(Overall - 56-57-5)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1951 (2-7, 2-4 CIAA) Coach: Robert White (4-14-1) L 2-21 Howard* L 6-45 Morgan State* L 6-18 Maryland State L 0-13 King’s (Pa.) L 0-3 Cheyney L 0-24 J.C. Smith* L 0-34 Lincoln (Pa.)* W 14-0 St. Paul’s* W 13-0 St. Augustine’s* 48-158 *-CIAA game 1952 (1-7, 1-5 CIAA) Coach: Willard S. Jones L 0-25 Howard* L 6-33 Morgan State* L 0-60 Maryland State L 6-33 King’s (Pa.) L 0-21 J.C. Smith* L 6-26 Lincoln (PA)* W 24-0 St. Paul’s* L 6-7 St. Augustine’s* 48-205 *-CIAA game

(Overall - 58-64-5)

(Overall - 59-71-5)

1956 (7-1-1, 5-0-1 CIAA) CIAA Co-Champions Coach: Bennie J. George (Overall - 84-78-6) W 12-7 Maryland State* W 27-0 Cheyney L 0-13 Bloomsburg W 46-6 Hampton* W 32-0 J.C. Smith* W 50-0 Lincoln (Pa.)* W 28-0 St. Paul’s* W 27-13 King’s (Pa.)* T 13-13 St. Augustine’s* 235-52 *-CIAA game

1961 (6-3, 5-2 CIAA) Coach: Roy D. Moore W 20-0 Howard* L 0-40 J.C. Smith* W 6-3 Morgan State* W 24-14 St. Paul’s* L 8-25 Maryland State* W 36-0 King’s (Pa.) W 16-6 St. Augustine’s* L 12-21 Slippery Rock W 22-8 Hampton* 144-117 *-CIAA game

1957 (6-2, 4-2 CIAA) Coach: Bennie J. George (13-3-1) (Overall - 90-80-6) L 0-21 Maryland State* W 13-0 Bloomsburg L 0-6 Hampton* W 20-0 King’s (Pa.) W 13-7 J.C. Smith* W 26-0 Lincoln (Pa.)* W 9-0 St. Paul’s* W 13-0 St. Augustine’s* 104-34 *-CIAA game

1962 (4-5, 3-4 CIAA) Coach: Roy D. Moore (10-8) L 12-21 Slippery Rock W 12-9 Hampton* W 20-0 Howard* L 12-20 J.C. Smith* L 0-34 Morgan State* W 16-8 King’s (Pa.) L 0-19 Maryland State* W 34-14 St. Paul’s* L 6-18 St. Augustine’s* 112-143 *-CIAA game

1953 (4-4, 2-4 CIAA) Coach: Edward Jackson (33-24-2) (Overall - 63-75-5) W 13-6 Howard* W 7-6 Cheyney W 18-0 Norfolk State L 0-26 Hampton* L 0-20 J.C. Smith* L 12-19 Lincoln (Pa.)* L 6-7 St.Paul’s* W 19-12 St. Augustine’s* 75-96 *-CIAA game

1958 (3-5, 3-4 CIAA) Coach: Bennie J. George (16-8-1) (Overall - 93-85-6) W 20-8 Howard* L 0-44 Maryland State* L 14-28 Hampton* L 6-28 J.C. Smith* W 26-8 Lincoln (Pa.)* W 46-6 St. Paul’s* L 6-20 King’s (Pa.) L 0-26 St. Augustine’s* 118-168 *-CIAA game

1954 (7-1, 5-1 CIAA) Coach: Edward Jackson (40-25-2) (Overall - 70-76-5) W 13-0 Howard* W 25-0 Cheyney W 7-0 Norfolk State W 6-0 Hampton* W 13-0 J.C. Smith* W 18-13 Lincoln (Pa.)* W 26-6 St. Paul’s* L 6-12 St. Augustine’s* 114-31 *-CIAA games

1959 (1-7, 1-6 CIAA) Coach: Bennie J. George (17-15-1) (Overall - 94-92-6) L 6-14 Howard* L 0-26 Maryland State* L 8-26 Hampton* L 0-42 J.C. Smith* W 38-13 Lincoln (Pa.)* L 8-14 St. Paul’s* L 6-8 King’s (Pa.) L 6-12 St. Augustine’s* 72-155 *-CIAA game

1955 (7-1, 5-1 CIAA) Coach: Edward Jackson (47-26-2) (Overall - 77-77-5) L 0-3 Maryland State* W 37-0 Cheyney W 13-0 King’s (Pa.) W 12-0 Hampton* W 20-6 J.C. Smith* W 37-6 St. Paul’s* W 18-0 Lincoln (Pa.)* W 6-0 St. Augustine’s* 143-15 *-CIAA game

1960 (4-4, 4-3 CIAA) Coach: Preston Mitchell L 12-14 King’s (Pa.) W 12-6 St. Augustine’s* L 8-13 Hampton* W 24-6 Howard* L 0-22 J.C. Smith* W 38-7 Lincoln (Pa.)* W 34-6 St. Paul’s* L 6-13 Maryland State* 134-87 *-CIAA game

(Overall - 98-96-6)

(Overall - 104-99-6)

(Overall – 108-104-6)

1963 (2-5-1, 1-5 CIAA) Coach: Roy D. Moore (12-13-1) (Overall – 110-109-7) T 19-19 Slippery Rock L 6-25 Hampton* W 30-0 Howard* L 0-43 J.C. Smith* L 14-46 Morgan State* W 20-12 Montclair State L 14-22 St. Paul’s* L 0-37 Maryland State* 103-204 *-CIAA game 1964 (3-7, 3-5 CIAA) Coach: Roy D. Moore (15-20-1) (Overall – 113-116-7) L 0-7 Mansfield L 6-8 Virginia State* W 26-23 Hampton* L 16-32 Howard* L 6-8 J.C. Smith* L 6-36 Morgan State* L 0-25 Montclair State L 0-22 Maryland State* W 18-12 St. Paul’s* W 19-7 St. Augustine’s* 97-180 *-CIAA game 1965 (4-5, 3-3 CIAA) Coach: U.S. Washington W 26-13 Mansfield W 20-13 Virginia State* W 30-13 Hampton* W 6-0 Howard* L 0-34 Morgan State* L 7-26 Montclair State L 14-20 St. Paul’s* L 6-41 Maryland State* L 0-35 C.W. Post 109-195 *-CIAA game

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1966 (3-5, 2-4 CIAA) Coach: U.S. Washington (7-10) (Overall – 120-126-7) L 0-20 Mansfield L 0-6 Hampton* W 26-16 Howard* L 0-12 St. Paul’s* L 6-38 Morgan State* W 12-6 Elizabeth City* W 22-6 Montclair State L 6-52 Maryland State* 72-156 *-CIAA game 1967 (2-6-1, 2-3-1 CIAA) Coach: Arnold Jeter L 0-16 Indiana (Pa.) L 6-26 Mansfield L 6-35 Hampton* W 16-0 Howard* T 0-0 St. Paul’s* L 0-27 Morgan State* W 13-12 Elizabeth City* L 8-37 Maryland State* L 3-16 Montclair State 52-169 *-CIAA game 1968 (4-6, 2-4 CIAA) Coach: Arnold Jeter (6-12-1) L 0-17 Indiana (Pa.) W 34-22 Clarion W 34-14 Montclair State L 10-17 Hampton* W 48-7 Howard* W 25-0 St. Paul’s* L 3-38 Morgan State* L 7-47 East Stroudsburg L 3-10 Elizabeth City* L 20-33 Maryland State* 184-205 *-CIAA game

(Overall – 122-132-8)

(Overall – 126-138-8)

1969 (4-5, 3-3 CIAA) Coach: Arnold Jeter (10-17-1) (Overall - 130-143-8) Sept. 20 L 14-20 at Clarion Sept. 27 W 28-9 MONTCLAIR STATE Oct. 4 W 20-0 at Hampton* Oct. 11 W 10-0 HOWARD (HC)* Oct. 18 W 27-20 at St. Paul’s* Oct. 25 L 14-34 MORGAN STATE* Nov. 1 L 12-35 at East Stroudsburg Nov. 8 L 6-31 ELIZABETH CITY* Nov. 15 L 19-21 MARYLAND STATE* 150-170 *-CIAA game 1970 (6-2, 4-1 CIAA) Coach: Arnold Jeter (16-19-1) (Overall - 136-145-8) Sept. 12 W 19-14 at Lock Haven St Sept. 26 L 7-10 at Montclair State Oct. 3 W 49-0 HAMPTON* Oct. 10 W 20-0 at Howard* Oct. 17 W 6-0 ST. PAUL’S (HC)* Oct. 24 L 6-34 at Morgan State* Oct. 31 W 44-10 MILLERSVILLE Nov. 14 W 21-15 at Maryland State* 172-83 *-CIAA game

1971 (1-8, 1-5 MEAC) Coach: Arnold Jeter (17-27-1) (Overall - 137-153-8) Sept. 18 L 7-14 LOCK HAVEN ST Sept. 25 L 0-51 at West Chester St Oct. 2 L 0-30 at Hofstra Oct. 9 L 3-24 HOWARD (HC)* Oct. 16 L 3-34 at NC Central* Oct. 23 L 7-33 MORGAN STATE* Oct. 30 W 7-6 at UMES* Nov. 13 L 7-31 NC A&T STATE* Nov. 20 L 0-37 at SC State* 34-260 *-MEAC game 1972 (5-4, 2-4 MEAC) Coach: Arnold Jeter (22-31-1) (Overall - 142-157-8) Sept. 16 W 27-7 at C.W. Post Sept. 23 W 28-21 at Millersville Oct. 7 L 0-10 at Howard* Oct. 14 W 14-10 NC CENTRAL (HC)* Oct. 21 L 7-42 at Morgan State* Oct. 28 L 0-19 UMES* Nov. 4 W 26-7 HOFSTRA Nov. 11 L 7-13 at NC A&T* Nov. 18 W 29-21 SC STATE* 138-150 *-MEAC game 1973 (0-11, 0-6 MEAC) Coach: Arnold Jeter (22-42-1) (Overall - 142-168-8) Sept. 8 L 0-21 at Virginia State Sept. 15 L 0-13 C.W. POST Sept. 22 L 7-14 MILLERSVILLE ST Sept. 29 L 14-34 at Clarion State Oct. 6 L 6-29 HOWARD (HC)* Oct. 13 L 7-32 at NC Central* Oct. 20 L 6-34 MORGAN STATE* Oct. 27 L 14-20 at UMES* Nov. 2 L 14-26 at Hofstra Nov. 10 L 12-27 NC A&T* Nov. 17 L 0-27 at SC State* 80-277 *-MEAC game 1974 (3-6, 0-6 MEAC) Coach: Arnold Jeter (25-48-1) (Overall - 145-174-8) W 14- 8 ELIZABETH CITY ST W 34-10 WILLIAM PATTERSON W 18- 8 FEDERAL CITY (UDC) L 7-30 at Howard* L 0-7 NC CENTRAL* L 7-21 at Morgan State* L 0-36 UMES (HC)* L 14-20 at NC A&T State* L 7-16 SC STATE* 101-156 *-MEAC game 1975 (5-5, 2-4 MEAC) Coach: Edmond Wyche (Overall - 150-179-8) Sept. 6 W 17- 7 at Elizabeth City St Sept. 13 W 29-0 at William Paterson Sept. 20 L 7-33 at Alcorn A&M Oct. 4 W 44-0 at UMES* Oct. 11 L 7-12 HOWARD* Oct. 18 L 14-16 at NC Central* Oct. 25 W 17- 3 MORGAN ST (HC)* Nov. 8 W 14-6 at Shaw Nov. 15 L 7-27 NC A&T STATE* Nov. 22 L 0-39 at SC State* 156-143 *-MEAC game

1976 (3-7-1, 1-5 MEAC) Coach: Edmond Wyche (8-12-1) (Overall - 153-186-9) Sept. 4 W 9-7 ELIZABETH CITY ST Sept. 11 L 0-30 SC STATE* Sept. 18 L 0-16 Clarion State Sept. 25 L 7-41 Bethune-Cookman* Oct. 2 W 13-0 UMES* Oct. 9 L 0-32 at Howard* Oct. 16 L 16-27 NC CENTRAL Oct. 23 L 13-36 at Morgan State* Oct. 30 T 0-0 at Kentucky State Nov. 6 W 27-6 SHAW (HC) Nov. 13 L 6-30 at NC A&T* 91-225 *-MEAC game 1977 (7-4, 4-2 MEAC) Coach: Edmond Wyche (15-16-1) (Overall - 160-190-9) Sept. 10 L 0-21 at South Carolina St* Sept. 17 L 3-8 CLARION STATE Sept. 24 W 18-17 at Salisbury State Oct. 1 W 22-0 at UMES* Oct. 8 W 18-0 HOWARD* Oct. 15 W 23-0 at NC Central Oct. 22 W 20-6 MORGAN STATE* Oct. 29 W 10-3 KENTUCKY ST (HC) Nov. 5 W 10- 6 Bethune-Cookman* Nov. 12 L 7-22 NC A&T* Nov. 19 L 15-37 Florida A&M 146-123 *-MEAC game 1978 (3-7, 3-3 MEAC) Coach: Edmond Wyche (18-23-1) (Overall - 163-197-9) Sept. 9 L 0-34 SC STATE* Sept. 16 L 10-31 at Clarion State Sept. 23 L 0-37 at Florida A&M Sept. 30 L 7-17 UMES* Oct. 7 L 6-37 at Howard* Oct. 14 W 16-13 NC CENTRAL (HC) Oct.21 W 13- 6 at Morgan State* Oct. 28 L 12-18 at Kentucky State Nov. 4 L 7-17 at Bethune-Cookman* Nov. 11 W 9- 6 at NC A&T* 80-216 *-MEAC game 1979 (4-5-1, 0-4-1 MEAC) Coach: Charles Henderson (Overall - 167-202-10) Sept. 8 L 6-52 at SC State* 5,022 Sept. 15 L 12-45 CLARION STATE 1,200 Sept. 29 W 19-13 at UMES 1,500 Oct. 6 L 0-23 HOWARD* 1,500 Oct. 13 L 26-31 at NC Central 13,000 Oct. 20 L 0-22 MORGAN STATE* 1,500 Oct. 27 W 16- 2 KENTUCKY ST (HC) 5,000 Nov. 3 W 17-15 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* 1,500 Nov. 10 T 21-21 NC A&T* 1,500 Nov. 17 W 26-10 at Livingstone 500 143-234 32,222 *-MEAC game

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1980 (2-9, 0-5 MEAC) Coach: Charles Henderson (6-14-1) (Overall - 169-211-10) Sept. 6 L 18-27 SALISBURY STATE 4,100 Sept. 13 L 20-21 SC STATE* 4,000 Sept. 20 W 8- 6 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 2,700 Sept. 27 L 0-39 at Massachusetts 9,700 Oct. 4 L 20-37 at Bethune-Cookman* 5,109 Oct. 11 L 7-49 at Howard* 11,000 Oct. 18 L 0-52 at NC A&T* 20,000 Nov. 1 L 0-30 at Towson State 1,230 Nov. 8 L 0-105 at Portland State 4,772 Nov. 15 W 20-14 CENTRAL ST (HC) 4,650 Nov. 22 L 9-57 at Florida A&M* 7,117 102-437 74,378 *-MEAC game

1984 (8-2, 3-1 MEAC) Coach: Joseph Purzycki (21-21-1) (Overall - 190-232-11) Sept. 8 W 50-36 vs SC State*† 12,000 Sept. 15 W 35-0 NORTHEASTERN 5,000 Sept. 22 W 56-7 at NC A&T* 5,000 Sept. 29 L 38-41 at Bethune-Cookman* 5,000 Oct. 6 L 19-20 at James Madison 9,700 Oct. 13 W 70-8 at Bowie State 1,350 Oct. 20 W 23-7 TOWSON STATE 5,500 Oct. 27 W 55-17 CENTRAL ST (HC) 12,000 Nov. 3 W 45- 7 at Howard* 5,000 Nov. 10 W 34-11 LIBERTY BAPTIST 5,200 425-154 65,750 †Franklin Field (Philadelphia, Pa.) *-MEAC game

1981 (2-9, 1-4 MEAC) Coach: Joseph Purzycki (Overall - 171-220-10) Sept. 5 L 12-13 at Virginia State 3,500 Sept. 12 L 0-29 at SC State* 8,227 Sept. 19 L 3-27 at Florida A&M* 13,081 Sept. 26 L 16-19 WEST CHESTER ST 4,800 Oct. 3 L 0-8 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* 2,500 Oct. 10 L 27-31 HOWARD* 2,300 Oct. 17 W 21-17 NC A&T* 2,300 Oct. 31 L 7-24 TOWSON ST (HC) 5,000 Nov. 7 L 7-13 at Salisbury State 3,000 Nov. 14 W 13-7 at Central State 2,600 Nov. 21 L 16-24 at Eastern Illinois 1,500 122-213 38,808 *-MEAC game

1985 (9-2, 4-0 MEAC) MEAC Champions Coach: William Collick (Overall - 199-234-11) Aug. 31 W 35-0 MORGAN STATE 4,450 Sept. 7 W 30-16 vs. NC A&T*† 10,500 Sept. 14 W 38-20 at SC State* 6,143 Sept. 21 W 46- 6 ST. PAUL’S 5,200 Sept. 28 L 17-37 at Northern Iowa 12,001 Oct. 5 W 51-7 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* (HC) 8,500 Oct. 12 W 24-14 at Connecticut 5,838 Oct. 26 L 26-51 at Towson State 3,983 Nov. 9 W 46-8 at Southern 23,500 Nov. 16 W 36-6 at Northeastern 2,100 Nov. 23 W 38-16 HOWARD* 6,300 387-181 84,065 †Franklin Field (Philadelphia, Pa.) *-MEAC game

1982 (4-7, 2-3 MEAC) Coach: Joseph Purzycki (6-16) (Overall - 175-227-10) Sept. 11 W 17- 7 SC STATE* 5,000 Sept. 18 L 23-39 FLORIDA A&M* 5,000 Sept. 24 L 21-41 at West Chester St 5,025 Oct. 2 L 24-27 at Bethune-Cookman* 3,642 Oct. 9 L 14-22 at Howard* 6,700 Oct. 16 W 20- 3 at NC A&T* 5,100 Oct. 23 W 15-14 VIRGINIA ST (HC) 7,100 Oct. 30 L 21-35 at Towson State 1,451 Nov. 6 L 31-37 CENTRAL STATE 2,500 Nov. 13 W 15-7 NORTHEASTERN 2,700 Nov. 20 L 22-35 LIBERTY BAPTIST 2,500 223-267 46,718 *-MEAC game 1983 (7-3-1, 3-1 MEAC) Coach: Joseph Purzycki (13-19-1) (Overall - 182-230-11) Sept. 10 L 17-24 at SC State* 9,250 Sept. 17 W 36-34 at Florida A&M 6,703 Sept. 24 W 56- 6 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 3,500 Oct. 1 W 23-16 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* 3,700 Oct. 8 W 38-28 JAMES MADISON 4,500 Oct. 15 W 26- 7 NC A&T (HC)* 7,000 Oct. 22 W 48-24 at Liberty Baptist 8,000 Oct. 29 L 15-23 TOWSON STATE 6,200 Nov. 5 L 26-49 at Central (OH) St 4,500 Nov. 12 T 21-21 at Northeastern 3,030 Nov. 19 W 62-20 HOWARD* 6,001 368-252 62,384 *-MEAC game

1986 (7-4, 3-2 MEAC) Coach: William Collick (16-6) (Overall - 206-238-11) Aug. 30 W 21-14 at Southern Louisiana 11,400 Sept. 6 W 30-9 at Boston 8,167 Sept. 20 W 40-12 at Morgan State* 2,300 Oct. 4 L 25-28 vs. Jackson State† 12,124 Oct. 11 W 32-31 CONNECTICUT 5,200 Oct. 18 W 34-17 at Bethune-Cookman* 3,000 Oct. 25 W 10- 6 TOWSON STATE 4,500 Nov. 1 W 34-21 SC STATE* (HC) 6,000 Nov. 8 L 17-20 at NC A&T * 8,500 Nov. 15 L 24-37 NORTHEASTERN 2,300 Nov. 22 L 18-27 at Howard* 9,500 285-222 72,991 †Franklin Field (Philadelphia, Pa.) *-MEAC game 1987 (9-1, 5-0 MEAC) (MEAC Champions) Coach: William Collick (25-7) (Overall - 215-239-11) Sept. 5 L 13-34 at Boise State 18,101 Sept. 19 W 30-7 MORGAN STATE* 3,200 Sept. 26 W 69-14 at District of Columbia 4,500 Oct. 3 W 45-0 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* 4,200 Oct. 17 W 52-26 at Akron 9,491 Oct. 24 W 40-17 at Towson State 4,520 Oct. 31 W 28-7 at SC State* 6,143 Nov. 7 W 41-9 NC A&T* (HC) 7,522 Nov. 14 W 20-22 at Ark-Pine Bluff† 5,000 Nov. 21 W 7-12 HOWARD*† 5,500 345-148 68,177 †Ark-Pine Bluff and Howard forced to forfeit. *-MEAC game

1988 (5-5, 4-2 MEAC) MEAC Co-Champions Coach: William Collick (30-12) (Overall - 220-244-11) Sept. 3 L 31-35 FLORIDA A&M* 7,500 Sept. 10 L 7-48 at E. Kentucky 21,700 Sept. 24 L 3-24 TOWSON STATE 3,200 Oct. 1 L 9-10 at Bethune-Cookman* 4,700 Oct. 15 W 58-7 ARK-PINE BLUFF 3,200 Oct. 22 W 21-8 at Morgan State* 10,365 Oct. 29 W 28-7 SC STATE (HC)* 7,800 Nov. 5 W 37-7 at NC A&T* 3,500 Nov. 12 L 13-22 W. ILLINOIS 3,000 Nov. 19 W 28-21 at Howard* 3,857 235-189 68,822 *-MEAC game 1989 (7-4, 5-1 MEAC) MEAC Champions Coach: William Collick (37-16) (Overall - 227-248-11) Sept. 2 W 41-0 vs Cheyney† Sept. 9 L 13-48 at E. Kentucky Sept. 16 W 11-3 at Northeastern Sept. 23 L 24-38 at Western Illinois Oct. 7 W 28-14 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* Oct. 14 W 18-13 at Florida A&M* Oct. 21 W 27-12 MORGAN STATE* Oct. 28 W 21-13 at SC State* Nov. 4 W 30-7 NC A&T (HC)* Nov. 11 L 17-35 at Towson State Nov. 18 L 14-19 HOWARD* 244-202 †Baynard Stadium, Wilmington, Del. *-MEAC game 1990 (7-3, 4-2 MEAC) Coach: William Collick (44-19) (Overall - 234-251-11) Sept. 1 L 7-31 at Jackson State Sept. 8 W 43-16 NORTHEASTERN† Sept. 22 W 24-13 TOWSON STATE Sept. 29 W 56-42 at Bethune-Cookman* Oct. 6 W 38-37 at Liberty Oct. 13 L 38-43 FLORIDA A&M* Oct. 20 W 28-7 at Morgan State* Oct. 27 W 39-0 SC STATE (HC)* Nov. 3 L 28-48 NC A&T* Nov. 17 W 29-14 at Howard* 330-251 †Baynard Stadium, Wilmington, Del. *-MEAC game 1991 (9-2, 5-1 MEAC) Coach: William Collick (53-21) (Overall - 243-253-11) Sept. 7 W 20-28 BETHUNE-COOKMAN†* 5,828 Sept. 14 W 33-29 YOUNGSTOWN ST 4,871 Sept. 21 W 13-7 at Towson State 3,729 Oct. 5 W 37-34 vs. Jackson St†† 5,231 Oct. 12 L 9-20 LIBERTY 4,211 Oct. 19 L 10-20 at Florida A&M* 10,418 Oct. 26 W 26-10 MORGAN ST (HC)* 7,230 Nov. 2 W 19-14 at SC State* 7,105 Nov. 9 W 31-26 at NC A&T * 8,609 Nov. 16 W 46-20 at Northeastern 1,240 Nov. 23 W 56-12 HOWARD* 3,533 300-220 62,005 † Baynard Stadium, Wilmington, DE. Bethune-Cookman forced to forfeit. †† RFK Stadium, Washington, DC *-MEAC game

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1992 (6-5, 3-3 MEAC) Coach: William Collick (59-26) (Overall - 249-258-11) Sept. 5 W 54-0 vs. Cheyney† Sept. 12 L 20-42 at Youngstown St Sept. 19 W 34-17 at Bethune-Cookman* Sept. 26 W 45-42 vs. Grambling†† Oct. 10 W 27-13 TOWSON STATE Oct. 17 W 22-20 FLORIDA A&M* Oct. 24 W 34-18 at Morgan State* Oct. 31 L 7-28 SC STATE (HC)* Nov. 7 L 10-24 NC A&T* Nov. 14 L 27-49 at Liberty Nov. 21 L 28-31 at Howard* 305-274 †Baynard Stadium, Wilmington, Del. †† Silverdome, Pontiac, Mich. *-MEAC game 1993 (6-5, 4-2 MEAC) Coach: William Collick (65-31) (Overall - 255-263-11) Sept. 4 W 31-28 vs. Fayetteville St† Sept. 11 W 44-12 CHEYNEY Sept. 18 L 14-31 at Towson State Oct. 2 W 55-26 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* Oct. 9 L 28-42 at Youngstown State Oct. 17 W 18-14 at Florida A&M* Oct. 23 W 65-42 MORGAN ST (HC)* Oct. 30 L 15-38 at SC State* Nov. 6 W 25-19 at NC A&T* Nov. 13 L 43-47 LIBERTY Nov. 20 L 33-53 HOWARD* 365-343 †Baynard Stadium, Wilmington, Del. *-MEAC game 1994 (7-4, 4-2 MEAC) Coach: William Collick (72-35) (Overall - 262-267-11) Sept. 3 W 27-19 CHEYNEY Sept. 10 L 3-23 YOUNGSTOWN STATE Sept. 17 L 18-42 TOWSON STATE† Oct. 1 W 31-13 at Bethune-Cookman* Oct. 8 W 22-17 at Liberty Oct. 15 L 18-25 FLORIDA A&M††* Oct. 22 W 50-21 at Morgan State* Oct. 29 L 38-42 SC STATE (HC)* Nov. 5 W 31-10 NC A&T* Nov.12 W 28-26 at Rhode Island Nov. 19 W 35-24 at Howard* 301-262 90,532 †Frawley Stadium, Wilmington, Del. †† Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, Pa. *-MEAC game 1995 (6-5, 5-1 MEAC) Coach: William Collick (78-40) (Overall - 268-272-11) Sept. 2 L 14-17 RHODE ISLAND Sept. 16 L 14-41 at Western Illinois Sept. 23 L 14-41 LIBERTY Sept. 30 W 20-14 NORFOLK STATE Oct. 7 L 21-51 at Hampton Oct. 14 L 21-24 at Florida A&M* Oct. 21 W 41-17 MORGAN STATE (HC)* Oct. 28 W 20-7 at SC State* Nov. 4 W 17-10 at NC A&T State* Nov. 11 W 30-20 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* Nov. 18 W 20-13 HOWARD* 232-255 72,735 *-MEAC game

1996 (3-8, 2-5 MEAC) Coach: William Collick (81-48) (Overall - 271-280-11) Sept. 7 W 66-19 LOCK HAVEN 3,104 Sept. 14 L 7-27 at Liberty 6,147 Sept. 21 L 16-21 vs. NC Central† 4,900 Sept. 28 L 23-27 at Norfolk State 11,801 Oct. 5 W 34-12 at Bethune-Cookman* 7,009 Oct. 12 L 7-37 HAMPTON* 3,600 Oct. 19 L 26-47 FLORIDA A&M* 3,206 Oct. 26 W 35-14 at Morgan State* 7,686 Nov. 2 L 14-34 SC STATE (HC)* 5,198 Nov. 9 L 6-31 NC A&T* 3,224 Nov. 23 L 23-48 at Howard* 4,204 257-317 60,079 †Atlantic City Convention Center, N.J. *-MEAC game 1997 (3-8, 1-6 MEAC) Coach: John McKenzie (Overall - 274-288-11) Sept. 6 W 50-18 CHEYNEY 3,800 Sept. 13 L 30-40 at Buffalo 7,020 Sept. 20 W 24-21 NORFOLK STATE 4,228 Sept. 27 L 17-33 LIBERTY 2,116 Oct. 4 W 35-14 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* 2,477 Oct. 18 L 0-49 at Florida A&M* 10,128 Oct. 25 L 7-14 MORGAN STATE (HC)* 6,839 Nov. 1 L 17-37 at SC State* 4,366 Nov. 8 L 14-22 at NC A&T* 15,233 Nov. 15 L 20-24 at Hampton 14,311 Nov. 22 L 21-40 HOWARD* 4,125 235-312 74,643 *-MEAC game 1998 (0-11, 0-8 MEAC) Coach: John McKenzie (3-19) (Overall - 274-299-11) Sept. 5 L 0-68 at Hofstra 7,129 Sept. 12 L 15-37 at Elon 4,500 Sept. 19 L 26-38 at Norfolk State* 7,200 Oct. 3 L 21-56 FLORIDA A&M* 2,343 Oct. 10 L 8-50 at Bethune-Cookman* 10,678 Oct. 17 L 21-53 LIBERTY 1,763 Oct. 24 L 13-15 at Morgan State* 25,180 Oct. 31 L 14-31 SC STATE (HC)* 4,131 Nov. 7 L 15-47 NC A&T* 2,087 Nov. 14 L 13-41 HAMPTON 1,641 Nov. 21 L 43-46 at Howard* 4,067 189-482 70,719 *-MEAC game 1999 (4-7, 4-4 MEAC) Coach: John McKenzie (7-26) (Overall - 278-306-11) Sept. 4 L 0-21 at Hampton* 2,628 Sept. 11 L 28-51 ELON 1,324 Sept. 18 W 26-6 NORFOLK STATE* 3,879 Sept. 25 L 28-38 at Bucknell 4,865 Oct. 2 W 43-29 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* 2,986 Oct. 8 L 14-58 at Hofstra 3,408 Oct. 23 W 34-20 MORGAN ST (HC)* 4,231 Oct. 30 L 19-48 at Florida A&M* 26,216 Nov. 6 L 13-24 at NC A&T* 16,016 Nov. 13 L 14-34 at SC State* 11,041 Nov. 20 W 42-25 HOWARD* 4,187 261-354 80,781 *-MEAC game

2000 (7-4, 5-3 MEAC) Coach: Ben Blacknall (Overall - 285-310-11) Sept. 2 L 21-49 FLORIDA A&M* 3,851 Sept. 9 L 6-45 at Elon 5,181 Sept. 16 W 45-10 FAYETTEVILLE ST 2,133 Sept. 23 W 42-25 LIBERTY 1,710 Sept. 30 L 28-54 HAMPTON* 3,633 Oct. 7 L 20-41 at Bethune-Cookman* 15,467 Oct.21 W 20-12 MORGAN STATE* 3,962 Oct. 28 W 57-32 SC STATE (HC)* 6,352 Nov. 4 W 46-45 NC A&T* 3,836 Nov. 11 W 31-28 at Norfolk State* 3,426 Nov. 18 W 64-37 at Howard* 1,057 380-378 50,608 *-MEAC game 2001 (5-6, 3-5 MEAC) Coach: Ben Blacknall (12-10) (Overall - 290-316-11) Sept. 1 L 17-35 at Florida A&M 11,421 Sept. 8 W 27-19 MILLERSVILLE 4,487 Sept. 22 L 7-34 at Liberty 8,353 Sept. 29 L 20-31 Hampton* 6,636 Oct. 6 L 24-49 BETHUNE-COOKMAN*† 1,662 Oct. 20 W 38-12 MORGAN STATE (HC)* 5,189 Oct. 29 L 21-42 at SC State* 14,695 Nov. 3 W 45-22 at Savannah State 7,328 Nov. 10 W 43-13 NORFOLK ST*†† 10,531 Nov. 17 W 43-31 HOWARD* 2,787 Nov. 24 L 30-36 at NC A&T* 2,013 315-324 62,909 †Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, Pa. ††Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif. *-MEAC game 2002 (4-8, 2-6 MEAC) Coach: Ben Blacknall (16-18) (Overall - 294-323-11) Aug. 31 W 16-10 at Morris Brown 6,592 Sept. 7 W 41-9 SAVANNAH STATE 4,487 Sept. 14 L 14-34 NORTHWESTERN ST 3,850 Sept. 21 L 18-20 FLORIDA A&M* 4,135 Sept. 28 L 13-27 at Bucknell 3,024 Oct. 5 L 13-44 HAMPTON* 5,139 Oct. 12 L 7-49 at Bethune-Cookman* 16,991 Oct. 26 L 28-35 (OT) at Morgan State* 14,236 Nov. 2 W 27-21 SC STATE (HC)* 5,182 Nov. 9 L 7-34 NC A&T* 2,112 Nov. 16 L 20-23 at Norfolk State* 1,041 Nov. 23 W 14-7 at Howard* 3,241 218-313 69,930 *-MEAC game 2003 (1-10, 1-6 MEAC) Coach: Ben Blacknall (16-24) Int. Coach: Butch Posey (1-4) (Overall - 295-333-11) Sept. 6 L 28-33 BUCKNELL 4,576 Sept. 13 L 6-43 at Northwestern State 11,202 Sept. 20 L 14-21 at NC Central 5,219 Sept. 27 L 14-15 at Florida A&M 22,149 Oct. 4 L 9-41 at Hampton* 7,583 Oct. 11 L 13-27 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* 2,400 Oct. 25 L 36-53 MORGAN ST (HC)* 5,349 Nov. 1 L 13-36 at SC State* 17,176 Nov .8 L 7-33 at NC A&T* 17,812 Nov. 14 W 36-25 NORFOLK STATE* 2,138 Nov. 22 L 6-21 HOWARD* 2,871 182-348 98,475 *-MEAC game

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2004 (4-7, 4-3 MEAC) Coach: Al Lavan (Overall - 299-340-11) Sept. 4 L 0-51 MASSACHUSETTS 1,750 Sept. 9 L 23-26 NC CENTRAL 1,750 Sept. 18 L 13-49 at Elon 6,935 Sept. 25 L 0-49 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 1,734 Oct. 2 W 28-23 HAMPTON* 1,972 Oct. 9 L 16-45 at Bethune-Cookman* 13,481 Oct. 16 W 15-6 NC A&T* 2,816 Oct. 23 L 30-34 at Morgan State* 14,479 Oct. 30 L 14-28 SC STATE (HC)* 6,583 Nov. 13 W 33-28 at Norfolk State* 2,060 Nov. 20 W 32-13 at Howard* 1,065 204-352 54,625 *-MEAC game

2008 (5-6, 5-3 MEAC) Coach: Al Lavan (34-22) (Overall - 329-356-11) Sept. 4 W 35-28 (OT) FLORIDA A&M* 6,216 Sept. 13 L 3-24 at Kent State 8,529 Sept. 27 L 10-28 CENTRAL CONN. ST. 3,254 Oct. 4 L 14-17 HAMPTON* 5,218 Oct. 11 W 26-20 at Bethune-Cookman* 9,136 Oct. 18 W 42-7 NC A&T (HC)* 6,089 Oct. 25 L 3-20 at Morgan State* 6,312 Nov. 1 L 17-23 SC STATE* 3,012 Nov. 8 L 26-27 WINSTON-SALEM ST. 891 Nov. 15 W 34-28 at Norfolk State* 3,758 Nov. 22 W 10-6 at Howard* 2,161 220-228 54,576 *-MEAC game

2005 (7-4, 6-2 MEAC) Coach: Al Lavan (11-11) (Overall - 306-344-11) Sept. 3 W 21-17 Florida A&M* 13,814 Sept. 10 W 38-6 MILLERSVILLE 3,107 Sept. 17 L 7-65 at James Madison 13,645 Sept. 24 L 6-24 at Coastal Carolina 8,267 Oct. 1 L 8-26 at Hampton* 10,130 Oct. 8 W 17-0 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* 1,439 Oct. 15 W 23-13 at NC A&T* 22,137 Oct. 22 W 41-14 MORGAN ST (HC)* 4,616 Oct. 29 L 3-24 at SC State* 20,050 Nov. 12 W 38-17 NORFOLK STATE* 2,841 Nov. 19 W 23-7 HOWARD* 2,315 225-213 102,361 *-MEAC game

2009 (4-7, 3-5 MEAC) Coach: Al Lavan (38-29) (Overall - 333-363-11) Sept. 5 L 12-21 at Florida A&M* 17,209 Sept. 19 L 17-27 at Delaware 20,585 Sept. 26 W 21-6 at Hampton* 4,632 Oct. 10 L 7-9 Bethune-Cookman* 3,873 Oct. 17 L 6-63 at Michigan 106,304 Oct. 24 W 35-22 Morgan State* (HC) 5,327 Oct. 31 L 10-52 at South Carolina State* 21,257 Nov. 7 W 24-21 at Winston-Salem State 4,719 Nov. 14 L 16-21 Norfolk State* 4,127 Nov. 21 W 30-20 Howard* 2,731 178-262 174,706 *-MEAC game

2006 (8-3, 6-2 MEAC) Coach: Al Lavan (19-14) (Overall - 314-348-11) Sept. 2 W 34-14 vs. Florida A&M*† 29,713 Sept. 9 W 63-28 ST. FRANCIS 3,113 Sept. 16 L 3-23 at Northwestern St 10,215 Sept. 30 L 14-29 HAMPTON* 5,449 Oct. 7 W 33-31 at Bethune-Cookman* 5,241 Oct. 14 W 37-21 NC A&T* (HC) 4,577 Oct. 21 W 29-7 at Morgan State* 13,557 Oct. 28 W 10-9 SC STATE* 2,512 Nov. 4 W 62-0 CONCORD (W. V.) 1,863 Nov. 11 W 33-10 at Norfolk State* 6,888 Nov. 18 L 17-20 at Howard* 1,086 335-192 54,501 †-Ford Field, Detroit, Mich. *-MEAC game 2007 (10-2, 8-0 MEAC) MEAC Champions Coach: Al Lavan (29-16) (Overall - 324-350-11) Sept. 1 W 23-18 C. CAROLINA 3,248 Sept. 8 W 20-7 at Florida A&M* 14,327 Sept. 15 L 7-38 at Kent State 8,455 Sept. 29 W 24-17 at Hampton* 7,195 Oct. 4 W 24-10 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* 3,239 Oct. 13 W 27-0 at NC A&T* 9,934 Oct. 20 W 25-17 MORGAN STATE (HC)* 5,446 Oct. 27 W 17-16 SC State* 15,388 Nov. 2 W 23-20 at Winston-Salem St 15,432 Nov. 10 W 28-21 (OT) NORFOLK STATE* 6,682 Nov. 17 W 29-13 HOWARD* 1,985 Nov. 23 L 7-44 at Delaware† 19,765 335-192 111,096 †-First Round FCS Playoffs, Newark, Del. *-MEAC game

2010 (3-8, 2-6 MEAC) Coach: Al Lavan (41-37) (Overall - 336-371-11) Sept. 5 L 27-37 vs. Southern$ 16,367 Sept. 11 L 14-17 Florida A&M* 3,867 Sept. 25 L 14-34 at Coastal Carolina 9,218 Sept. 30 L 14-20 Hampton* 2,990 Oct. 9 L 24-47 at Bethune-Cookman* 10,151 Oct. 16 W 31-26 North Carolina A&T* (HC) 4,131 Oct. 23 L 24-34 at Morgan State* 14,312 Oct. 30 L 21-38 #17 South Carolina State* 2,130 Nov. 6 W 29-7 North Carolina Central 1,622 Nov. 13 L 21-31 at Norfolk State 6,181 Nov. 20 W 53-43 at Howard* 3,054 272-334 42,916 *-MEAC Game $ - MEAC/SWAC Challenge 2011 (3-8, 1-7 MEAC) Coach: Kermit Blount (3-8) (Overall - 339-379-11) Sept. 3 W 24-21 at VMI 6,209 Sept. 10 W 31-27 SHAW 1,600 Sept. 17 L 0-45 at Delaware 18,011 Sept. 24 L 0-69 at South Carolina State* 15,227 Oct. 1 L 7-34 at Florida A&M* 14,008 Oct. 8 L 21-38 NORFOLK STATE* 3,198 Oct . 15 L 24-42 at North Carolina A&T* 19,454 Oct. 29 L 0-12 MORGAN STATE (HC)* 2,352 Nov. 5L L 7-14 N.C. CENTRAL* 1,795 Nov. 12 L 6-42 at Hampton* 2,217 Nov. 19 W 39-36 HOWARD* 1,405 159-380 85,476 *-MEAC Game

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AKRON (1-0) H: N/A A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1987 W 52-26 A (52-26) Largest DSU Victory: 52-26 (1987) Largest Akron victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Akron Win Streak: N/A ALCORN STATE (0-1) H: N/A A: 0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1975 L 7-33 A (7-33) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Alcorn State victory: 33-7 (1975) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Alcorn State Win Streak: N/A ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF (2-0) H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1987 W# 20-22 A 1988 W 58-7 H (78-29) Largest DSU Victory: 58-7 (1988) Largest Arkansas-Pine Bluff victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1987-1988) Longest Arkansas-Pine Bluff Win Streak: N/A # - Forfeit ATLANTIC CITY H.S. (0-1) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1925 L 6-27 - (6-27) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Atlantic City Victory: 27-6 (1925) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Atlantic City Win Streak: N/A BETHUNE-COOKMAN (19-16, 19-16 MEAC) H: 12-5 A: 7-10 N: 0-1 Year W/L Score Site 1976** L 7-41 H 1977** W 10-6 H 1978** L 7-17 A 1979** W 17-15 H 1980** L 20-37 A 1981** L 0-8 H 1982** L 24-27 A 1983** W 23-16 H 1984** L 38-41 A 1985** W 51-7 H 1986** W 34-17 A 1987** W 45-0 H 1988** L 9-10 A 1989** W 28-14 H 1990** W 56-42 A 1991** L 20-28 H 1992** W 34-17 A 1993** W 55-26 H 1994** W 31-13 A 1995** W 30-20 H 1996** W 34-12 A 1997** W 35-14 H 1998** L 8-50 A 1999** W 43-29 H 2000** L 20-41 A continued next column

BETHUNE-COOKMAN (continued) 2001** L 24-49 1 2002** L 7-49 A 2003** L 13-27 H 2004** L 16-45 A 2005** W 17-0 H 2006** W 33-21 A 2007** W 24-10 H 2008** W 26-20 A 2009** L 7-9 H 2010* L 24-47 A (870-815) Largest DSU Victory: 45-0 (1987) Largest B-CU victory: 50-8 (1998) Longest DSU Win Streak: 6 (1992-1997) Longest B-CU Win Streak: 5 (00-04) 1 - Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, Pa. BLOOMSBURG (1-1) H: N/A A:N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1956 L 0-13 -1957 W 13-0 - (13-13) Largest DSU Victory: 13-0 (1957) Largest Bloomsburg victory: 13-0 (1956) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Bloomsburg Win Streak: N/A BLUEFIELD (2-1, 2-1 CIAA) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1945* W 26-0 -1949* W 13-11 -1950* L 36-44 - (75-55) Largest DSU Victory: 26-0 (1945) Largest Bluefield victory: 44-36 (1950) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1945-1949) Longest Bluefield Win Streak: N/A BOISE STATE (0-1) H: N/A A: 0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1987 L 13-34 A (13-34) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Boise State Victory: 34-13 (1987) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Boise State Win Streak: N/A BORDENTOWN (N.J.) MILITARY INSTITUTE (3-4-1) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1930 L 6-7 -1931 W 14-13 -1932 L 7-20 -1933 L 0-13 -1934 W 20-0 -1935 W 39-0 -1936 T 6-6 -1939 L N/A - (92-39) Largest DSU Victory: 39-0 (1935) Largest BMI Victory: 20-7 & 13-0 (1932 & 33) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1934-1935) Longest BMI Win Streak: 2 (1932-1933) BOSTON (1-0) H: N/A A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site continued next column

BOSTON (continued) 1986 W 30-9 A (30-9) Largest DSU Victory: 30-9 (1986) Largest Boston victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Boston Win Streak: N/A BOWIE STATE (3-1) H: N/A A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1933 L 18-26 -1934 W 13-0 -1936 W 18-9 -1984 W 70-8 A (119-43) Largest DSU Victory: 70-8 (1984) Largest Bowie State Victory: 26-18 (1933) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1934-1984) Longest Bowie State Win Streak: N/A BUCKNELL (0-3) H: 0-1 A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1999 L 28-38 A 2002 L 13-27 A 2003 L 28-33 H (69-98) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Bucknell victory: 27-13 (2002) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Bucknell Win Streak: 3 (1999-2003) BUFFALO (0-1) H: N/A A: 0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1997 L 30-40 A (30-40) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Buffalo victory: 40-30 (1997) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Buffalo Win Streak: N/A C.W. POST (1-2) H: 0-1 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1965 L 0-35 -1972 W 27-7 A 1973 L 0-13 H (27-55) Largest DSU Victory: 27-7 (1972) Largest C.W. Post victory: 35-0 (1965) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest C.W. Post Win Streak: N/A CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE (0-1) H: 1-0 A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2008 L 10-28 H (10-28) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Central Conn. St. victory: 28-10 (2008) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Central Conn. St. Win Streak: N/A CENTRAL STATE (3-4) H: 2-1 A: 1-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1947 L 0-41 -1948 L 0-41 -1980 W 20-14 H 1981 W 13-7 A continued next column

CENTRAL STATE (continued) 1982 L 31-37 H 1983 L 26-49 A 1984 W 55-17 H (145-206) Largest DSU Victory: 55-17 (1984) Largest Central St. victory: 41-0 (1947 & 48) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1980-1981) Longest CS Win Streak: 2 (1947-1948 & 82-83) CHEYNEY (12-9) H: 3-0 A: N/A N: 2-0 Year W/L Score Site 1929 W 12-7 -1930 L 0-6 -1931 L 0-30 -1932 L 12-13 -1933 L 0-7 -1934 W 14-0 -1935 W 7-0 -1936 L 0-29 -1938 L 7-20 -1939 L 7-12 -1941 L 12-27 -1951 L 0-3 -1953 W 7-6 -1954 W 25-0 -1955 W 37-0 -1956 W 27-0 -1989 W 41-0 1 1992 W 54-0 1 1993 W 44-12 H 1994 W 27-19 H 1997 W 50-18 H (383-207) Largest DSU Victory: 54-0 (1992) Largest Cheyney Victory: 30-0 (1931) Longest DSU Win Streak: 9 (1953-1997) Longest Cheyney Win Streak: 5 (1936-51) 1-Baynard Stadium – Wilmington, Del. CLARION STATE (1-6) H: 0-2 A: 0-4 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1968 W 34-22 -1969 L 14-20 A 1973 L 14-34 A 1976 L 0-16 A 1977 L 3-8 H 1978 L 10-31 A 1979 L 12-45 H (87-176) Largest DSU Victory: 34-22 (1968) Largest Clarion State victory: 45-12 (1979) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Clarion St. Win Streak: 6 (1969-79) COASTAL CAROLINA (1-2) H: 1-0 A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2005 L 6-24 A 2007 W 23-18 H 2010 L 14-34 A (43-76) Largest DSU Victory: 23-18 (2007) Largest CCU victory: 34-14 (2010) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Coastal Carolina Win Streak: N/A

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CONNECTICUT (2-0) H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1985 W 24-14 A 1986 W 32-21 H (56-35) Largest DSU Victory: 32-21 (1986) Largest Connecticut victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1985-1986) Longest Connecticut Win Streak: N/A DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (6-2) H: 3-0 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1933 L 0-8 -1934 W 6-2 -1935 W 25-17 -1936 L 0-20 -1974 W 18-8 H 1980 W 8-6 H 1983 W 56-6 H 1987 W 69-14 A (182-81) Largest DSU Victory: 69-14 (1987) Largest UDC Victory: 20-0 (1936) Longest DSU Win Streak: 4 (1974-1987) Longest UDC Win Streak: N/A DELAWARE (0-3) H: N/A A: 0-3 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2007 L 7-44 A (1) 2009 L 17-27 A 2011 L 0-45 A (24-116) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Delaware victory: 45-0 (2011) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Delaware Win Streak: 3 (Current) 1 - First Round FCS Playoffs DOWNINGTOWN (PA.) INDUSTRIAL (5-2) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1926 W 14-0 -1930 W 14-12 -1931 L 0-33 -1932 L 0-18 -1933 W 7-0 -1934 W 25-0 -1935 W 32-0 - (92-63) Largest DSU Victory: 32-0 (1935) Largest Downingtown Victory: 33-0 (1931) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1933-1935) Longest DI Win Streak: 2 (1931-1932) EAST STROUDSBURG (0-2) H: N/A; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1968 L 7-47 -1969 L 12-35 A (19-82) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest E. Stroudsburg victory: 47-7 (1968) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest E. Stroudsburg Win Streak: 2 (1968-69) EASTERN KENTUCKY (0-1) H: N/A A: 0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site

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1989 L 13-48 A (13-48) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest E. Kentucky victory: 48-13 (1989) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Eastern Kentucky Win Streak: N/A ELIZABETH CITY STATE (5-3, 2-2 CIAA) H: 2-1 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1941 L 0-18 -1966* W 12-6 -1967* W 13-12 -1968* L 3-10 -1969* L 6-31 H 1974 W 14-8 H 1975 W 17-7 A 1976 W 9-7 H (74-99) Largest DSU Victory: 17-7 (1975) Largest ECS Victory: 18-0 (1941) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1974-1976) Longest ECS Win Streak: 2 (1968-1969) ELON (0-4) H: 0-1 A: 0-3 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1998 L 15-37 A 1999 L 28-51 H 2000 L 6-45 A 2004 L 13-49 A (62-182) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Elon victory: 45-6 (2000) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Elon Win Streak: 4 (1998-2004)

2005** W 21-17 2 2006** W 24-14 H 2007** W 20-7 A 2008** W 35-28 (OT) H 2009** L 12-21 A 2010** L 14-17 H 2011** L 7-34 A (496-882) Largest DSU Victory: 20-7 (2007) Largest Florida A&M victory: 49-0 (1997) Longest DSU Win Streak: 4 (2005-2008) Longest FAMU Win Streak: 10 (1994-2003) 1 – Frawley Stadium, Wilmington, Del. 2 – Ford Field, Detroit, Mich. FLORIDA N&T (1-0) H: N/A A: N/A N: 1-0 Year W/L Score Site 1946 W 7-6 1 (7-6) Largest DSU Victory: 7-6 (1946) Largest Florida N&T Victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Florida N&T Win Streak: N/A 1- 1947 Flower Bowl – played on 1/1/47 – Jacksonville, Fla. FORT DUPONT (1-0) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1942 W 27-0 - (27-0) Largest DSU Victory: 27-0 (1942) Largest Fort DuPont Victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Fort DuPont Win Streak: N/A

FAYETTEVILLE STATE (2-0) H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1993 W 31-28 A 2000 W 45-10 H (76-38) Largest DSU Victory: 45-10 (2000) Largest Fayetteville State victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1993-2000) Longest Fayetteville State Win Streak: N/A

GRAMBLING STATE (1-0) H: N/A A: N/A N: 1-0 Year W/L Score Site 1992 W 45-42 1 (45-42) Largest DSU Victory: 45-42 (1992) Largest Grambling State victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Grambling State Win Streak: N/A 1 - Silverdome, Pontiac, Mich.

FLORIDA A&M (8-21, 7-18 MEAC) H: 3-9 A: 4-11 N: 1-1 Year W/L Score Site 1977 L 15-37 H 1978 L 0-37 A 1980** L 9-57 A 1981** L 3-27 A 1982** L 23-29 H 1983 W 36-34 A 1988 L 31-45 H 1989** W 18-13 A 1990** L 38-43 H 1991** L 10-20 A 1992** W 22-20 H 1993** W 18-14 A 1994** L 18-25 1 1995** L 21-24 A 1996** L 26-47 H 1997** L 0-49 A 1998** L 21-56 H 1999* L 19-48 A 2000** L 21-49 H 2001** L 17-35 A 2002** L 18-20 H 2003** L 14-15 A

HAMPTON (13-24, 3-11 MEAC, 11-10 CIAA) H: 6-11 A: 7-13 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1945* W 14-0 A 1946* L 0-12 A 1953* L 0-26 A 1954* W 6-0 H 1955* W 12-0 A 1956* W 46-6 H 1957* L 0-6 A 1958* L 14-28 H 1959* L 8-26 A 1960* L 8-13 H 1961* W 22-8 A 1962* W 12-9 H 1963* L 6-25 A 1964* W 26-23 H 1965* W 30-13 A 1966* L 0-6 H 1967* L 6-35 A 1968* L 10-17 H 1969* W 20-0 A 1970* W 49-0 H 1995 L 21-51 A 1996** L 7-37 H

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1997 L 20-24 A 1998 L 13-41 H 1999** L 0-21 A 2000** L 28-54 H 2001** L 20-31 A 2002** L 13-44 H 2003** L 9-41 A 2004** W 28-23 H 2005** L 8-26 A 2006** L 14-29 H 2007** W 24-17 A 2008** L 14-17 H 2009** W 21-6 A 2010** L 14-20 H 2011** L 6-42 A (549-777) Largest DSU Victory: 49-0 (1970) Largest Hampton victory: 42-6 (2011) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1955-1957) Longest Hampton Win Streak: 9 (1995-03) HOFSTRA (1-4) H: 1-0 A: 0-4 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1971 L 0-30 A 1972 W 26-7 H 1973 L 14-26 A 1998 L 0-68 A 1999 L 14-58 A (54-189) Largest DSU Victory: 26-7 (1972) Largest Hofstra victory: 14-7 (1971) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Hofstra Win Streak: 3 (1973-1999) HOWARD (37-30-1, 21-20 MEAC, 14-9 CIAA) H: 13-9 A: 10-11 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1941 L 0-13 -1942 T 13-13 -1944 W 7-6 -1944 W 18-6 -1945* L 19-25 -1946* W 19-7 -1947* L 0-27 -1948* L 0-40 -1949* L 7-38 -1950* L 6-7 -1951* L 2-21 -1952* L 0-25 -1953* W 13-6 -1954* W 13-0 -1958* W 20-8 -1959* L 6-14 -1960* W 24-6 -1961* W 20-0 -1962* W 20-0 -1963* W 30-0 -1964* L 16-32 -1965* W 6-0 -1966* W 26-16 -1967* W 16-0 -1968* W 48-7 -1969* W 10-0 H 1970* W 20-0 A 1971** L 3-24 H 1972** L 0-10 A 1973** L 6-29 H 1974** L 7-30 A 1975** L 7-12 H 1976** L 0-32 A 1977** W 18-0 H 1978** L 6-37 A


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ALL-TIME SERIES 1979** L 0-23 H 1980** L 7-49 A 1981** L 27-31 H 1982** L 14-22 A 1983** W 62-20 H 1984** W 45-7 A 1985** W 38-16 H 1986** L 18-27 A 1987** W# 7-12 H 1988** W 28-21 A 1989** L 14-19 H 1990** W 29-14 A 1991** W 56-12 H 1992** L 28-31 A 1993** L 33-35 H 1994** W 35-24 A 1995** W 20-13 H 1996** L 23-48 A 1997** L 21-40 H 1998** L 43-46 A 1999** W 42-25 H 2000** W 64-37 A 2001** W 43-31 H 2002** W 14-7 A 2003** L 6-21 H 2004** W 32-13 A 2005** W 23-7 H 2006** L 17-20 A 2007** W 29-13 H 2008** W 10-6 A 2009** W 30-20 H 2010** W 53-43 A 2011* W 39-36 H (1,376-1,280) Largest DSU Victory: 56-12 (1991) Largest HU Victory: 40-0 (1948) Longest DSU Win Streak: 6 (1956-1970) Longest HU Win Streak: 6 (1947-52 & 71-76) # - Forfeit HOWARD H.S. (2-1-1) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1930 W 7-0 -1931 T 0-0 -1932 L 6-7 -1933 W 18-0 - (31-7) Largest DSU Victory: 18-0 (1933) Largest Howard Victory: 7-6 (1932) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Howard Win Streak: N/A INDIANA STATE (0-2) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1967 L 0-16 -1968 L 0-17 - (0-33) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Indiana State victory: 17-0 (1968) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest ISU Win Streak: 2 (1967-1968) JACKSON STATE (1-2) H: N/A A: 0-1 N: 1-1 Year W/L Score Site 1986 L 25-28 1 1990 L 7-31 A 1991 W 37-34 2 (69-93) Largest DSU Victory: 37-34 (1991) Largest Jackson State victory: 31-7 (1990)

Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Jackson St. Win Streak: 2 (1986-90) 1 - Franklin Field, Philadelphia, Pa. 2 - RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C. JAMES MADISON (1-2) H: 1-0 A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1983 W 38-28 H 1984 L 19-20 A 2005 L 7-65 A (64-113) Largest DSU Victory: 38-28 (1983) Largest James Madison victory: 65-7 (2005) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest JMU Win Streak: 2 (1984-2005) J.C. SMITH (7-11, 7-11 CIAA) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1947* W 11-7 -1948* W 14-12 -1949* L 6-10 -1950* W 66-0 -1951* L 0-24 -1952* L 0-21 -1953* L 0-20 -1954* W 13-0 -1955* W 20-6 -1956* W 32-0 -1957* W 13-7 -1958* L 6-28 -1959* L 0-42 -1960* L 0-22 -1961* L 0-40 -1962* L 12-20 -1963* L 0-43 -1964* L 6-8 - (199-310) Largest DSU Victory: 66-0 (1950) Largest J.C. Smith victory: 43-0 (1963) Longest DSU Win Streak: 4 (1954-1957) Longest J.C. Smith Win Streak: 7 (1958-64) KENT STATE (0-2) H: N/A A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2007 L 7-38 A 2008 L 3-24 A (10-62) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Kent State victory: 38-7 (2007) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Kent State Win Streak: 2 (2007-08) KENTUCKY STATE (2-1-1) H: 2-0 A: 0-1-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1976 T 0-0 A 1977 W 10-3 H 1978 L 12-18 A 1979 W 16-2 H (38-23) Largest DSU Victory: 16-2 (1979) Largest Kentucky St. victory: 18-12 (1978) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Kentucky State Win Streak: N/A KING’S (PA.) (5-4) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1951 L 0-13 -1952 L 6-33 --

1955 W 13-0 -1956 W 27-13 -1957 W 20-0 -1958 L 6-20 -1959 L 6-8 -1960 L 12-14 -1961 W 36-0 -1962 W 16-8 - (142-109) Largest DSU Victory: 36-0 (1961) Largest King’s (Pa.) victory: 33-6 (1952) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1955-1957) Longest King’s (Pa.) Win Streak: 3 (1958-60) LIBERTY (5-9) H: 2-6 A: 3-3 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1982 L 22-35 H 1983 W 48-24 A 1984 W 34-11 H 1990 W 38-37 A 1991 L 9-20 H 1992 L 27-49 A 1993 L 43-47 H 1994 W 22-17 A 1995 L 14-41 H 1996 L 7-27 A 1997 L 17-33 H 1998 L 21-53 H 2000 W 42-25 H 2001 L 7-34 A (351-453) Largest DSU Victory: 48-24 (1983) Largest Liberty victory: 53-21 (1998) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1983-1990) Longest Liberty Win Streak: 4 (1995-1998) LINCOLN (PA.) (12-10-1, 9-6-1 CIAA) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1924 L 0-65 -1934 W 8-0 -1935 W 13-6 -1936 L 0-41 -1937 W 13-6 -1942 L 6-34 -1944 L 0-19 -1945* L 13-25 -1946* L 6-19 -1947* L 7-20 -1948* W 7-6 -1949* W 26-20 -1950* T 0-0 -1951* L 0-34 -1952* L 6-26 -1953* L 12-19 -1954* W 18-13 -1955* W 18-0 -1956* W 50-0 -1957* W 26-0 -1958* W 26-8 -1959* W 38-13 -1960* W 34-6 - (327-380) Largest DSU Victory: 50-0 (1956) Largest Lincoln Victory: 65-0 (1924) Longest DSU Win Streak: 7 (1954-1960) Longest Lincoln Win Streak: 5 (1942-1947) LIVINGSTONE (1-0) H: 1-0; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1979 W 26-10 H

(26-10) Largest DSU Victory: 26-10 (1979) Largest Livingstone victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Livingstone Win Streak: N/A LOCK HAVEN (2-1) H: 1-1 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1970 W 19-14 A 1971 L 7-14 H 1996 W 66-19 H (92-47) Largest DSU Victory: 66-19 (1996) Largest Lock Haven victory: 14-7 (1971) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Lock Haven Win Streak: N/A MANSFIELD (1-3) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1964 L 0-7 -1965 W 26-13 -1966 L 0-20 -1967 L 6-26 - (32-66) Largest DSU Victory: 26-13 (1965) Largest Man. victory: 20-0 & 26-6 (1966 & 67) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Mansfield Win Streak: 2 (1966-67) MARYLAND STATE MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE (14-21, 4-4 MEAC, 2-13 CIAA) H: 1-4-0 A: 4-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1930 W 18-0 -1930 W 19-0 -1931 W 30-0 -1932 W 13-0 -1933 W 38-0 -1934 W# 1-0 -1935 W 42-0 -1950 L 0-34 -1951 L 6-18 -1952 L 0-60 -1955* L 0-3 -1956* W 12-7 -1957* L 0-21 -1958* L 0-44 -1959* L 0-26 -1960* L 6-13 -1961* L 8-25 -1962* L 0-19 -1963* L 0-37 -1964* L 0-22 -1965* L 6-41 -1966* L 6-52 -1967* L 8-37 -1968* L 20-33 -1969* L 19-21 H 1970* W 21-15 A 1971** W 7-6 A 1972** L 0-19 H 1973** L 14-20 A 1974** L 0-36 H 1975** W 44-0 A 1976** W 13-0 H 1977** W 22-0 A 1978** L 7-17 H 1979 W 19-13 A

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(399-639) Largest DSU Victory: 44-0 (1975) Largest UMES Victory: 60-0 (1952) Longest DSU Win Streak: 7 (1930-1935) Longest UMES Win Streak: 13 (1957-1969) #-Forfeit MASSACHUSETTS (0-2) H: 0-1 A: 0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1980 L 0-39 A 2004 L 0-51 H (0-90) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Massachusetts victory: 51-0 (2004) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Mass. Win Streak: 2 (1980-2004) MICHIGAN (0-1) H: 0-0 A: 0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2009 L 6-63 A (6-63) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Michigan victory: 63-6 (2009) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Michigan Win Streak: N/A MILLERSVILLE (4-1) H: 3-1 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1970 W 44-10 H 1972 W 28-21 A 1973 L 7-14 H 2001 W 27-19 H 2005 W 38-6 H (144-70) Largest DSU Victory: 44-10 (1970) Largest Millersville victory: 14-7 (1973) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1970-72 & 01-05) Longest Millersville Win Streak: N/A MONTCLAIR STATE (4-4) H: 1-0 A: 0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1963 W 20-12 -1964 L 6-36 -1965 L 7-26 -1966 W 22-6 -1967 L 3-16 -1968 W 34-14 -1969 W 28-9 H 1970 L 7-10 A (127-129) Largest DSU Victory: 28-9 (1969) Largest Montclair State victory: 36-6 (1964) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1968-1969) Longest Montclair St. Win Streak: 2 (1964-65) MOORESTOWN H.S. (0-1) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1925 L 13-21 - (13-21) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Moorestown Victory: 21-13 (1925) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Moorestown Win Streak: N/A

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MORGAN STATE (23-32, 21-14 MEAC, CIAA 1-17) H: 14-6 A: 8-9 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1944 L 0-47 -1945* L 0-27 -1946* L 6-22 -1947* L 0-31 -1948* L 0-41 -1949* L 0-32 -1950* L 0-20 -1951* L 6-45 -1952* L 6-33 -1961* W 6-3 -1962* L 0-34 -1963* L 14-46 -1964* L 6-36 -1965* L 0-34 -1966* L 6-38 -1967* L 0-27 -1968* L 3-38 -1969* L 14-34 H 1970* L 6-34 A 1971** L 7-33 H 1972** L 7-42 A 1973** L 6-34 H 1974** L 7-21 A 1975** W 17-3 H 1976** L 13-36 A 1977** W 20-6 H 1978** W 13-6 A 1979** L 0-22 H 1985 W 35-0 H 1986** W 40-12 A 1987** W 30-7 H 1988** W 21-8 A 1989** W 27-12 H 1990** W 28-7 A 1991** W 26-10 H 1992** W 34-18 A 1993** W 65-42 H 1994** W 50-21 A 1995** W 41-17 H 1996** W 35-14 A 1997** L 7-14 H 1998** L 13-15 A 1999** W 34-20 H 2000** W 20-12 H 2001** W 38-12 H 2002** L 28-35 (OT) A 2003** L 36-53 H 2004** L 30-34 A 2005** W 41-14 H 2006** W 29-7 A 2007** W 25-17 H 2008** L 3-20 A 2009** W 35-22 H 2010** L 24-34 A 2011** L 0-12 H (958-1,314) Largest DSU Victory: 35-0 (1985) Largest MSU Victory: 47-0 (1944) Longest DSU Win Streak: 12 (85-96) Longest MSU Win Streak: 13 (62-73) MORRIS BROWN (1-0) H: N/A A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2002 W 16-10 A (16-10) Largest DSU Victory: 16-10 (2002) Largest Morris Brown victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A

Longest Morris Brown Win Streak: N/A NEWARK ATHLETIC CLUB (1-0) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1932 W 29-7 - (29-7) Largest DSU Victory: 29-7 (1932) Largest NAC Victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest NAC Win Streak: N/A NORFOLK STATE (13-6, 9-5 MEAC) H: 6-2 A: 4-4 N: 1-0 Year W/L Score Site 1953 W 18-0 -1954 W 7-0 -1995 W 20-14 H 1996 L 23-27 A 1997 W 24-21 H 1998** L 26-38 A 1999** W 26-6 H 2000** W 31-28 A 2001** W 43-13 1 2002** L 20-23 A 2003** W 36-25 H 2004** W 33-28 A 2005** W 38-17 H 2006** W 33-10 A 2007** W 28-21 (OT) H 2008** W 34-28 A 2009** L 16-21 H 2010** L 21-31 A 2011** L 21-38 H (498-389) Largest DSU Victory: 43-13 (2001) Largest Norfolk State victory: 38-21 (2011) Longest DSU Win Streak: 6 (2003-2008) Longest Norfolk State Win Streak: 3 (2009-) 1 - Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif. NORTH CAROLINA A&T (20-19-1, 20-19-1 MEAC) H: 10-9-1 A: 9-10 N: 1-0 Year W/L Score Site 1971** L 7-31 H 1972** L 7-13 A 1973** L 12-27 H 1974** L 14-20 A 1975** L 7-27 H 1976** L 6-30 A 1977** L 7-22 H 1978** W 9-6 A 1979** T 21-21 H 1980** L 0-52 A 1981** W 21-17 H 1982** W 20-3 A 1983** W 26-7 H 1984** W 56-7 A 1985** W 30-16 1 1986** L 17-20 A 1987** W 41-9 H 1988** W 37-7 A 1989** W 30-7 H 1990** L 28-48 H 1991** W 31-26 A 1992** L 10-24 H 1993** W 25-19 A 1994** W 31-10 H 1995** W 17-10 A 1996** L 6-31 H 1997** L 14-22 A 1998** L 15-47 H

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1999** L 13-24 A 2000** W 46-45 H 2001** L 30-36 A 2002** L 7-34 H 2003** L 7-33 A 2004** W 15-6 H 2005** W 23-13 A 2006** W 37-21 H 2007** W 27-0 A 2008** W 42-7 H 2010** W 31-26 H 2011** L 24-42 A (805-824) Largest DSU Victory: 56-7 (1984) Largest NC A&T victory: 52-0 (1980) Longest DSU Win Streak: 6 (2004-2010) Longest NCA&T Win Streak: 6 (1971-1977) 1 - Franklin Field, Philadelphia, PA NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL (6-14, 1-4 MEAC, 2-4 CIAA) H: 3-3; A: 1-6; N: 0-1 Year W/L Score Site 1945* W 13-12 -- 1946* L 6-32 -- 1947* W 7-0 -1948* L 0-14 -1949* L 0-27 -1950* L 0-13 -1971** L 3-34 A 1972** W 14-10 H 1973** L 7-32 A 1974** L 0-7 A 1975** L 14-16 A 1976 L 16-27 H 1977 W 23-0 A 1978 W 16-13 H 1979 L 26-31 A 1996 L 16-21 1 2003 L 14-21 A 2004 L 23-26 H 2010 W 29-7 H 2011** L 7-14 H (274-357) Largest DSU Victory: 23-0 (1977) Largest NCCU Victory: 34-3 (1971) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1977-1978) Longest NCCU Win Streak: 4 (1948-1971; 1973-1976; 1979-2004) 1 – Atlantic City Convention Center NORTHEASTERN (6-1-1) H: 3-1 A: 3-0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1982 W 15-7 H 1983 T 21-21 A 1984 W 35-0 H 1985 W 36-6 A 1986 L 24-37 H 1989 W 11-3 A 1990 W 43-16 H 1991 W 46-20 A (231-110) Largest DSU Victory: 35-0 (1984) Largest Northeastern victory: 37-24 (1986) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1989-1991) Longest Northeastern Win Streak: N/A NORTHERN IOWA (0-1) H: N/A A: 0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1985 L 17-37 A (17-37)


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ALL-TIME SERIES Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Northern Iowa victory: 37-17 (1985) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Northern Iowa Win Streak: N/A NORTHWESTERN STATE (0-3) H: 0-1 A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2002 L 14-34 H 2003 L 6-43 A 2006 L 3-23 A (23-100) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Northwestern St. Victory: 43-6 (2003) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Northwestern St. Win Streak: 3 (2002-06) PORTLAND STATE (0-1) H: N/A A: 0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1980 L 0-105 A (0-105) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Portland State Victory: 105-0 (1080) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Portland State Win Streak: N/A RHODE ISLAND (1-1) H: 0-1 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1994 W 28-26 A 1995 L 14-17 H (42-43) Largest DSU Victory: 28-26 (1994) Largest Rhode Island Victory: 17-14 (1995) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Rhode Island Win Streak: N/A ST. AUGUSTINE’S (9-7-1, 9-7-1 CIAA) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1947* W 22-0 -1948* W 22-0 -1949* L 7-13 -1950* L 6-13 -1951* W 13-0 -1952* L 6-7 -1953* W 19-12 -1954* L 6-12 -1955* W 6-0 -1956* T 13-13 -1957* W 13-0 -1958* L 0-26 -1959* L 6-12 -1960* W 12-6 -1961* W 16-6 -1962* L 6-18 -1964* W 19-7 - (192-145) Largest DSU Victory: 22-0 (1947 & 1948) Largest St. Augustine’s Victory: 26-0 (1958) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1947-48 & 60-61) Longest SA Win Streak: 2 (1949-50 & 58-59) ST. FRANCIS (PA.) (1-0) H: 0-1 A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2006 W 63-28 H (63-28) Largest DSU Victory: 63-28 (2006) Largest St. Francis (Pa.) victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest St. Francis (Pa.) Win Streak: N/A

ST. PAUL’S (19-5-1, 18-5-1 CIAA) H: 2-0 A: 0-1 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1946* W 50-0 -1948* W 58-0 -1949* W 40-0 -1950* W 66-0 -1951* W 14-0 -1952* W 24-0 -1953* L 6-7 -1954* W 26-6 -1955* W 37-6 -1956* W 28-0 -1957* W 9-0 -1958* W 46-6 -1959* L 8-14 -1960* W 34-6 -1961* W 24-14 -1962* W 34-14 -1963* L 14-22 -1964* W 18-12 -1965* L 14-20 -1966* L 0-12 -1967* T 0-0 -1968* W 25-0 -1969* W 27-20 A 1970* W 6-0 H 1985 W 46-6 H (652-165) Largest DSU Victory: 66-0 (1950) Largest St. Paul’s Victory: 12-0 (1966) Longest DSU Win Streak: 6 (1946-1952) Longest St. Paul’s Win Streak: 2 (1965-1966) SALISBURY STATE (1-2) H: 1-0 A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1977 W 18-17 A 1980 L 18-27 H 1981 L 7-13 A (43-57) Largest DSU Victory: 18-17 (1977) Largest Salisbury St. victory: 27-18 (1980) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest SSU Win Streak: 2 (1980-1981) SAVANNAH STATE (2-0) H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2001 W 45-22 A 2002 W 41-9 H (86-31) Largest DSU Victory: 41-9 (2002) Largest Savannah State victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (2001-2002) Longest Savannah State Win Streak: N/A SHAW (3-0) H: 2-0 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1975 W 14-6 A 1976 W 27-6 H 2011 W 31-27 H (41-12) Largest DSU Victory: 27-6 (1976) Largest Shaw victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1975-Current) Longest Shaw Win Streak: N/A SLIPPERY ROCK (0-2-1) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site

1961 L 12-21 -1962 L 12-21 -1963 T 19-19 - (43-61) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Slippery Rock Victory: 21-12 (1961 & 62) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Slippery Rock Win Streak: 2 (1961-62) SOUTH CAROLINA STATE (15-26, 15-26 MEAC) H: 8-11 A: 6-15 N: 1-0 Year W/L Score Site 1971** L 0-37 A 1972** W 29-21 H 1973** L 0-27 A 1974** L 7-16 H 1975** L 0-39 A 1976** L 0-30 H 1977** L 0-21 A 1978** L 0-34 H 1979** L 6-52 A 1980** L 20-21 H 1981** L 0-29 A 1982** W 17-7 H 1983** L 17-24 A 1984** W 50-36 1 1985** W 38-20 A 1986** W 34-21 H 1987** W 28-7 A 1988** W 28-7 H 1989** W 21-13 A 1990** W 39-0 H 1991** W 19-14 A 1992** L 7-28 H 1993** L 15-38 A 1994** L 38-42 H 1995** W 20-7 A 1996** L 14-34 H 1997** L 17-37 A 1998** L 14-31 H 1999** L 14-34 A 2000** W 57-32 H 2001** L 21-42 A 2002** W 27-21 H 2003** L 13-36 A 2004** L 14-28 H 2005** L 3-24 A 2006** W 10-9 H 2007** W 17-16 A 2008** L 17-23 H 2009** L 10-52 A 2010** L 21-38 H 2011** L 0-69 A (702-1117) Largest DSU Victory: 39-0 (1990) Largest SCSU Victory: 69-0 (2011) Longest DSU Win Streak: 8 (1984-1991) Longest SCSU Win Streak: 9 (1973-1981) 1 - Franklin Field, Philadelphia, PA SOUTHERN (0-1) H: N/A A: N/A N: 0-1 Year W/L Score Site 2010 L 27-37 1 (27-37) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Southern victory: 27-37 (2010) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Southern Win Streak: N/A 1 – Citrus Bowl; Orlando, Fla. – MEAC/SWAC Challenge

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (0-1) H: 0-1 A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2004 L 0-49 H (0-49) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Southern Illinois victory: 43-6 (2003) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Southern Illinois Win Streak: N/A SOUTHERN LOUISIANA (2-0) H: N/A A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1985 W 46-8 A 1986 W 21-14 A (67-22) Largest DSU Victory: 46-8 (1985) Largest Southern Louisiana victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1985-1986) Longest Southern Louisiana Win Streak: N/A STORER COLLEGE (3-1) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1932 L 6-20 -1933 W 33-6 -1934 W 38-0 -1935 W 52-0 - (129-6) Largest DSU Victory: 52-0 (1935) Largest Storer Victory: 20-6 (1932) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1933-1935) Longest Storer Win Streak: N/A TOWSON (6-9) H: 4-4 A: 2-5 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1980 L 0-30 A 1981 L 7-24 H 1982 L 21-35 A 1983 L 15-23 H 1984 W 23-7 H 1985 L 26-51 A 1986 W 10-6 H 1987 W 40-17 A 1988 L 3-24 H 1989 L 17-35 A 1990 W 24-13 H 1991 W 13-7 A 1992 W 27-13 H 1993 L 14-31 A 1994 L 18-42 H (258-358) Largest DSU Victory: 40-17 (1987) Largest Towson victory: 30-0 (1980) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1990-1992) Longest Towson Win Streak: 4 (1980-1983) VIRGINIA MILITARY INST. (VMI) (0-1) H: N/A A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2011 W 24-21 A (24-21) Largest DSU Victory: 24-21 (2011) Largest VMI Victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 1 (Current) Longest VMI Win Streak: N/A VIRGINIA STATE (2-4, 1-1 CIAA) H: 1-0 A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site

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1935 L 0-6 -1964* L 6-8 -1965* W 20-13 -1973 L 0-21 A 1981 L 12-13 A 1982 W 15-14 H (53-75) Largest DSU Victory: 20-13 (1965) Largest VSU Victory: 21-0 (1973) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest VSU Win Streak: 2 (1935-64 & 73-81) VIRGINIA UNION (1-0) H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1942 W 6-0 - (6-0) Largest DSU Victory: 6-0 (1942) Largest Virginia Union Victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Virginia Union Win Streak: N/A

Largest DSU Victory: 32-6 (1942) Largest WSSU Victory: 18-0 (1950) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1942-1947) Longest WSSU Win Streak: N/A YOUNGSTOWN STATE (1-3) H: 1-1 A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1991 W 33-29 H 1992 L 20-42 A 1993 L 28-42 A 1994 L 3-23 H (64-126) Largest DSU Victory: 33-29 (1991) Largest YSU victory: 42-20 (1992) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest YSU Win Streak: 3 (1992-1994)

WEST CHESTER (0-3) H: 0-1 A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1971 L 0-51 A 1981 L 16-19 H 1982 L 21-41 A (37-111) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest West Chester victory: 51-0 (1971) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest West Chester Win Streak: 3 (1971-82) WESTERN ILLINOIS (0-3) H: 0-1 A: 0-2 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1988 L 13-22 H 1989 L 24-38 A 1995 L 14-41 A (51-101) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Western Illinois victory: 41-14 (1995) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Western Ill. Win Streak: 3 (1988-95) WILLIAM PATTERSON (2-0) H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1974 W 34-10 H 1975 W 29-0 A (63-10) Largest DSU Victory: 29-0 (1975) Largest William Patterson victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1974-1975) Longest William Patterson Win Streak: N/A WINSTON-SALEM STATE (5-3-1, 2-2-1 CIAA) H: 0-1 A: 2-0 N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1942 W 32-6 -1946* W 12-6 -1947* W 20-6 -1948* L 7-21 -1949* T 12-12 -1950* L 0-18 -2007 W 23-20 A 2008 L 26-27 H 2009 W 24-21 A (166-137)

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ALL-TIME RECORD Opponent First Mtg Last Mtg Total W-L-T Pct. Akron 1987 Same 1 1-0-0 1.000 Alcorn State 1975 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 1987 1988 2 2-0-0 1.000 Atlantic City H.S. 1925 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Bethune-Cookman 1976 2010 35 19-16-0 0.457 Bloomsburg 1956 1957 2 1-1-0 0.500 Bluefield 1945 1950 3 2-1-0 0.667 Boise State 1987 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Bordentown (NJ) Military Academy 1930 1939 8 3-4-1 0.437 Boston 1986 Same 1 1-0-0 1.000 Bowie State 1933 1984 4 3-1-0 0.750 Bucknell 1999 2003 3 0-3-0 0.000 Buffalo 1997 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 C.W. Post 1965 1973 3 1-2-0 0.333 Central Connecticut State 2008 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Central State 1947 1984 7 3-4-0 0.429 Cheyney 1929 1997 21 12-9-0 0.571 Cincinnati First Meeting Clarion State 1968 1979 7 1-6-0 0.149 Coastal Carolina 2005 2010 3 1-2-0 0.333 Connecticut 1985 1986 2 2-0-0 1.000 District of Columbia 1933 1987 8 6-2-0 0.750 Delaware 2007 2011 3 0-3-0 0.000 Downingtown (PA) Industrial 1926 1935 7 5-2-0 0.714 East Stroudsburg 1968 1969 2 0-2-0 0.000 Eastern Kentucky 1989 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Elizabeth City 1941 1976 8 5-3-0 0.625 Elon 1998 2004 4 0-4-0 0.000 Fayetteville State 1993 2000 2 2-0-0 1.000 Florida A&M 1977 2011 29 8-21-0 0.276 Florida N&T 1946 Same 1 1-0-0 1.000 Fort DuPont 1942 Same 1 1-0-0 1.000 Grambling State 1992 Same 1 1-0-0 1.000 Hampton 1945 2011 37 13-24-0 0.351 Hofstra 1971 1999 5 1-4-0 0.200 Howard 1941 2011 68 37-30-1 0.544 Howard H.S. 1930 1933 4 2-1-1 0.625 Indiana State 1967 1968 2 0-2-0 0.000 Jackson State 1986 1991 3 1-2-0 0.333 James Madison 1983 2005 3 1-2-0 0.333 J.C. Smith 1947 1964 18 7-11-0 0.389 Kent State 2007 2008 2 0-2-0 0.000 Kentucky State 1976 1979 4 2-1-1 0.625 King’s (PA) 1951 1962 9 5-4-0 0.556 Liberty 1982 2001 14 5-9-0 0.357 Lincoln (PA) 1924 1960 23 12-10-1 0.543 Livingstone 1979 Same 1 1-0-0 1.000 Lock Haven 1970 1996 3 2-1-0 0.667 Mansfield 1964 1967 4 1-3-0 0.250 Maryland Eastern Shore 1930 1979 35 14-21-0 0.400 Massachusetts 1980 2004 2 0-2-0 0.000 Michigan 2009 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Millersville 1970 2005 5 4-1-0 0.800 Montclair State 1963 1970 8 4-4-0 0.500 Moorestown H.S. 1925 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Morgan State 1944 2011 55 23-32-0 0.418 Morris Brown 2002 Same 1 1-0-0 1.000 Newark Athletic Club 1932 Same 1 1-0-0 1.000 Norfolk State 1953 2011 19 13-6-0 0.684 North Carolina A&T 1971 2011 40 20-19-1 0.500 North Carolina Central 1945 2011 20 6-14-0 0.300 Northeastern 1982 1991 8 6-1-1 0.812 Northern Iowa 1985 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Northwestern State 2002 2006 3 0-3-0 0.000 Portland State 1980 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Rhode Island 1994 1995 2 1-1-0 0.500 St. Augustine’s 1947 1964 17 9-7-1 0.559 St. Francis 2006 Same 1 1-0-0 1.000 St. Paul’s 1946 1985 25 19-5-1 0.780 Salisbury State 1977 1980 3 1-2-0 0.333 Savannah State 2001 2002 2 2-0-0 1.000 Shaw 1975 2011 3 3-0-0 1.000

Opponent First Mtg Last Mtg Total W-L-T Pct. Slippery Rock 1961 1963 3 0-2-1 0.167 South Carolina State 1971 2011 41 15-26-0 0.366 Southern 2010 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Southern Illinois 2004 Same 1 0-1-0 0.000 Southern Louisiana 1985 1986 2 2-0-0 1.000 Storer College 1932 1935 4 3-1-0 0.750 Towson 1980 1994 15 6-9-0 0.400 Virginia Military Institute (VMI) 2011 2011 1 1-0-0 1.000 Virginia State 1935 1982 6 2-4-0 0.333 Virginia Union 1942 Same 1 1-0-0 1.000 West Chester 1971 1982 3 0-3-0 0.000 Western Illinois 1988 1995 3 1-2-0 0.333 William Peterson 1974 1975 2 2-0-0 1.000 Winston-Salem State 1942 2009 9 5-3-1 0.556 Youngstown State 1991 1994 4 1-3-0 0.250 Total 729 339-379-11 0.465

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ANNUAL TEAM RECORDS

Overall Conf. DSU OPP Year Coach W-L-T W-L-T Place Postseason HOME AWAY NEUT PTS PTS 1924 0-1-0 0 65 1925 0-2-0 19 48 1926 1-0-0 14 0 1927 No Games 1928 No Games 1929 1-0-0 12 7 1930 4-2-0 64 25 1931 2-2-1 44 76 1932 2-5-0 73 85 1933 Edward Jackson 4-4-0 114 60 1934 Edward Jackson 8-0-0 125 2 1935 Edward Jackson 7-1-0 114 60 1936 Edward Jackson 1-3-1 24 105 1937 Edward Jackson 1-0-0 13 6 1938 Edward Jackson 0-1-0 7 20 1939 Edward Jackson 0-2-0 7 12 1940 No Games 1941 Edward Jackson 0-3-0 12 58 1942 Edward Jackson 3-1-1 84 53 1943 No Games 1944 Edward Jackson 2-2-0 25 78 1945 Edward Jackson 3-3-0 3-3-0 (CIAA) 8th 85 89 1946 Thomas Conrad 4-4-0 3-4-0 (CIAA) T-10th Flower Bowl 1-0-0 106 104 1947 Thomas Conrad 4-4-0 4-3-0 (CIAA) 6th 67 132 1948 Thomas Conrad 4-5-0 4-4-0 (CIAA) 10th 108 166 1949 Thomas Conrad 3-5-1 3-5-1 (CIAA) 10th 111 163 1950 Robert White 2-7-1 2-6-1 (CIAA) 14th 133 163 1951 Robert White 2-7-0 2-4-0 (CIAA) 13th 48 158 1952 Willard S. Jones 1-7-0 1-5-0 (CIAA) T-12th 48 205 1953 Edward Jackson 4-4-0 2-4-0 (CIAA) T-12th 75 96 1954 Edward Jackson 7-1-0 5-1-0 (CIAA) 5th 114 31 1955 Edward Jackson 7-1-0 5-1-0 (CIAA) T-2nd 143 15 1956 Bennie J. George 7-1-1 5-0-1 (CIAA) T-1st 235 52 1957 Bennie J. George 6-2-0 4-2-0 (CIAA) T-3rd 104 34 1958 Bennie J. George 3-5-0 3-4-0 (CIAA) 11th 118 168 1959 Bennie J. George 1-7-0 1-6-0 (CIAA) T-15th 72 155 1960 Preston Mitchell 4-4-0 4-3-0 (CIAA) 8th 134 87 1961 Roy D. Moore 6-3-0 5-2-0 (CIAA) 5th 144 117 1962 Roy D. Moore 4-5-0 3-4-0 (CIAA) 11th 112 143 1963 Roy D. Moore 2-5-1 1-5-0 (CIAA) T-15th 103 204 1964 Roy D. Moore 3-7-0 3-5-0 (CIAA) 11th 97 180 1965 U.S. Washington 4-5-0 3-3-0 (CIAA) 10th 109 195 1966 U.S. Washington 3-5-0 2-4-0 (CIAA) 14th 72 156 1967 Arnold Jeter 2-6-1 2-3-1 (CIAA) 11th 52 169 1968 Arnold Jeter 4-6-0 2-4-0 (CIAA) 12th 184 205 1969 Arnold Jeter 4-5-0 3-3-0 (CIAA) 10th 2-3-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 150 170 1970 Arnold Jeter 6-2-0 4-1-0 (CIAA) 3rd 3-0-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 172 83 1971 Arnold Jeter 1-8-0 1-5-0 (MEAC) T-6th 0-4-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 34 260 1972 Arnold Jeter 5-4-0 2-4-0 (MEAC) T-5th 3-1-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 138 150 1973 Arnold Jeter 0-11-0 0-6-0 (MEAC) 7th 0-5-0 0-6-0 0-0-0 80 277 1974 Arnold Jeter 3-6-0 0-6-0 (MEAC) 7th 3-3-0 0-3-0 0-0-0 101 156 1975 Edmond Wyche 5-5-0 2-4-0 (MEAC) 5th 1-2-0 4-3-0 0-0-0 156 143 1976 Edmond Wyche 3-7-1 1-5-0 (MEAC) T-6th 3-2-0 0-5-1 0-0-0 91 225 1977 Edmond Wyche 7-4-0 4-2-0 (MEAC) 3rd 3-2-0 4-2-0 0-0-0 146 123 1978 Edmond Wyche 3-7-0 3-3-0 (MEAC) 3rd 1-2-0 2-5-0 0-0-0 80 216 1979 Charles Henderson 4-5-1 0-4-1 (MEAC) 6th 2-2-1 2-3-0 0-0-0 143 234 1980 Charles Henderson 2-9-0 0-5-0 (MEAC) 6th 2-2-0 0-7-0 0-0-0 102 437 1981 Joseph Purzycki 2-9-0 1-4-0 (MEAC) 5th 1-4-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 122 213 1982 Joseph Purzycki 4-7-0 2-3-0 (MEAC) T-4th 3-3-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 223 267 1983 Joseph Purzycki 7-3-1 3-1-0 (MEAC) 2nd 5-1-0 2-2-1 0-0-0 368 252 1984 Joseph Purzycki 8-2-0 3-1-0 (MEAC) 2nd 4-0-0 3-2-0 1-0-0 425 154 1985 William Collick 9-2-0 4-0-0 (MEAC) 1st 4-0-0 4-2-0 1-0-0 387 181 1986 William Collick 7-4-0 3-2-0 (MEAC) T-2nd 3-1-0 4-2-0 0-1-0 285 222 1987 William Collick 9-1-0 5-0-0 (MEAC) 1st 4-0-0 5-1-0 0-0-0 345 148 1988 William Collick 5-5-0 4-2-0 (MEAC) T-1st 2-3-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 235 189 1989 William Collick 7-4-0 5-1-0 (MEAC) 1st 3-1-0 3-3-0 1-0-0 244 202 1990 William Collick 7-3-0 4-2-0 (MEAC) 3rd 2-2-0 4-2-0 1-0-0 330 251 1991 William Collick 9-2-0 5-1-0 (MEAC) T-1st 3-1-0 4-1-0 2-0-0 300 220 1992 William Collick 6-5-0 3-3-0 (MEAC) T-4th 2-2-0 3-3-0 1-0-0 305 274 1993 William Collick 6-5-0 4-2-0 (MEAC) T-2nd 3-2-0 2-3-0 1-0-0 371 352 1994 William Collick 7-4-0 4-2-0 (MEAC) 2nd 2-2-0 4-1-0 1-1-0 301 262 1995 William Collick 6-5-0 5-1-0 (MEAC) 2nd 4-2-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 232 255 1996 William Collick 3-8-0 2-5-0 (MEAC) T-6th 1-4-0 2-3-0 0-1-0 257 317 1997 John McKenzie 3-8-0 1-6-0 (MEAC) T-7th 3-3-0 0-5-0 0-0-0 235 312 1998 John McKenzie 0-11-0 0-8-0 (MEAC) 9th 0-5-0 0-6-0 0-0-0 189 482 1999 John McKenzie 4-7-0 4-4-0 (MEAC) T-4th 4-0-0 0-7-0 0-0-0 261 354 2000 Ben Blacknall 7-4-0 5-3-0 (MEAC) 4th 5-2-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 380 378 2001 Ben Blacknall 5-6-0 3-5-0 (MEAC) T-6th 3-0-0 1-5-0 1-1-0 315 324 2002 Ben Blacknall 4-8-0 2-6-0 (MEAC) T-7th 2-4-0 2-4-0 0-0-0 218 313 2003 B. Blacknall/B. Posey 1-10-0 1-6-0 (MEAC) 7th 1-4-0 0-6-0 0-0-0 182 348 2004 Al Lavan 4-7-0 4-3-0 (MEAC) T-3rd 2-4-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 204 352 2005 Al Lavan 7-4-0 6-2-0 (MEAC) 3rd 5-0-0 2-4-0 0-0-0 225 213 2006 Al Lavan 8-3-0 6-2-0 (MEAC) T-2nd 4-1-0 3-2-0 1-0-0 335 192 2007 Al Lavan 10-2-0 8-0-0 (MEAC) 1st NCAA 1st Rd 5-0-0 5-2-0 0-0-0 254 221 2008 Al Lavan 5-6-0 5-3-0 (MEAC) T-2nd 2-4-0 3-2-0 0-0-0 220 228 2009 Al Lavan 4-7-0 3-5-0 (MEAC) 8th 2-2-0 2-5-0 0-0-0 178 262 2010 Al Lavan 3-8-0 2-6-0 (MEAC) 7th 2-3-0 1-4-0 0-1-0 272 334 2011 Kermit Blount 3-8-0 1-7-0 (MEAC) 9th 2-3-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 159 380 Totals 339-379-11 79-89-4 (CIAA) 111-91-1* 91-148-2* 12-5-0* 121-140-1 (MEAC)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS

Total Offense Scoring Rushing Passing

Year

Plays Yds. Y/G Y/P TD PF AVG PA AVG Att. Yds. Avg. Y/G

TD Att. Comp. Yds. Y/G Y/C TD

1970 565 2215 276.9 3.9 25 172 21.5 83 10.4 401 1451 3.6 181.4 19 164 66

764 95.5 11.8 6

1971 613 1064 118.2 1.4 4 34 3.8 260 28.9 408 703 1.3 78.1 2 123 29

361 40.1 12.4 1

1972 720 2122 235.7 2.9 20 138 15.3 150 16.7 460 1250 2.7 138.9 14 148 65

888 98.7 13.7 5

1973

No Records

1974

No Records

1975 558 1786 178.6 3.2 21 156 15.6 143 14.3 328 876 2.6 87.6 10 230 82

914 91.4 11.1 7

1976 623 1948 177.1 3.1 13 91 8.3 225 20.5 480 1315 2.7 119.5 9 143 40

633 57.5 15.8 2

1977 749 1773 161.2 2.4 -- 146 13.3 123 11.2 526 1600 3.0 145.5 12 223 93

1273 115.7 13.7 4

1978 617 1875 187.5 3.0 11 80 8.0 216 21.6 415 1085 2.6 108.5 4 202 76

790 79.0 10.4 5

1979 676 2017 201.7 3.0 21 143 14.3 234 23.4 534 1413 2.6 141.3 12 142 55

604 60.4 11.0 2

1980 638 2015 183.2 3.2 15 102 9.3 437 39.7 416 905 2.2 82.3 2 222 72

1110 100.9 15.4 9

1981 770 3015 274.1 3.9 17 122 11.6 213 19.4 602 2080 3.4 189.0 11 168 64

935 83.0 14.6 5

1982 721 3208 291.6 4.4 31 223 20.3 267 24.3 542 2103 3.9 191.2 16 179 68

1105 100.5 16.2 12

1983 768 4265 387.7 5.6 51 368 33.5 252 22.9 695 3117 5.2 283.4 32 163 56

1148 104.4 20.5 13

1984 725 5103 510.3 7.0 61 425 42.5 154 15.4 581 3773 6.5 377.3 45 144 55

1330 133.0 20.2 11

1985 759 4763 433.0 6.3 49 387 35.2 181 16.5 591 3119 5.3 283.5 34 168 86

1644 149.4 19.1 15

1986 797 4092 372.0 5.1 35 285 25.9 222 20.2 619 2914 4.7 264.9 25 178 81

1178 107.1 14.5 8

1987 687 3694 369.4 5.4 42 345 34.5 148 14.8 539 2578 4.8 257.8 33 148 57

1116 111.6 19.5 3

1988 686 3634 363.4 5.3 30 235 23.5 189 18.9 517 2403 4.6 240.3 18 169 75

1231 123.1 16.4 6

1989 737 3383 307.6 4.6 32 244 22.2 202 18.4 483 1897 3.9 172.5 16 243 110 1486 135.1 13.5 15 1990 762 4355 435.5 5.7 45 330 33.0 251 25.1 592 2987 5.1 298.7 32 170 84

1368 136.8 16.3 11

1991 714 3824 347.6 5.4 39 300 27.3 220 20.0 628 3283 5.2 298.5 28 86 29

541 49.2 18.7 5

1992 761 4428 402.6 5.8 41 305 27.7 274 24.9 620 3099 5.0 281.7 31 141 71

1329 120.8 18.7 8

1993 748 4502 409.3 6.0 51 365 33.2 343 31.2 581 3034 5.2 275.8 36 167 82

1468 133.5 17.9 13

1994 762 4557 414.3 6.0 40 301 27.4 262 23.8 501 2327 4.7 211.6 25 261 140 2230 217.9 12.8 14 1995 709 3695 335.9 5.2 35 232 21.1 255 23.2 499 2240 4.5 203.6 21 210 102 1455 132.3 14.3 13 1996 769 4059 369.0 5.3 34 257 23.4 317 28.8 550 2571 4.7 233.7 20 219 97

1488 135.3 15.3 14

1997 768 3305 300.5 4.3 30 235 21.4 312 28.4 470 1734 3.7 157.6 19 298 120 1571 142.8 13.1 10 1998 775 3693 335.7 4.8 27 189 17.2 482 43.8 360 1058 2.9 96.2 11 415 193 2635 239.5 13.7 16 1999 746 3684 334.9 4.9 36 261 23.7 354 32.2 422 1513 3.6 137.5 15 324 147 2171 197.4 14.8 19 2000 760 4305 391.4 5.7 54 380 34.5 378 34.4 419 1853 4.4 168.5 20 341 164 2452 222.9 15.0 32 2001 751 3675 334.1 4.9 42 315 28.6 324 29.5 527 2325 4.4 211.4 20 224 101 1350 122.7 13.4 13 2002 785 3411 284.2 4.3 30 218 18.2 313 26.1 550 1876 3.4 156.3 12 235 115 1535 127.9 13.3 12 2003 741 2854 259.5 3.9 25 182 16.5 348 31.6 420 1081 2.6 98.3 8 321 157 1773 161.2 11.3 13 2004 714 3211 291.9 4.5 26 204 18.5 352 32.0 355 735 2.1 66.8 8 359 200 2476 225.1 12.4 13 2005 679 2795 254.1 4.1 24 225 20.5 213 19.4 415 1230 3.0 111.8 16 264 139 1565 142.3 11.3 8 2006 580 3524 320.4 6.1 44 335 30.5 192 17.5 366 2104 5.7 191.3 25 214 121 1420 129.1 11.7 12 2007 738 3289 274.1 4.5 28 254 21.2 221 18.4 477 1671 3.5 139.2 11 261 153 1618 134.8 10.6 12 2008 702 3345 304.1 4.8 27 220 20.0 228 20.7 387 1501 3.9 136.5 17 315 182 1844 167.6 10.1 10 2009 634 2766 276.6 4.4 21 178 17.8 262 26.2 344 1147 3.3 114.6 11 290 162 1620 162.0 10.0 5 2010 704 3765 342.3 5.3 38 272 24.7 334 30.4 339 1027 3.0 93.4 10 365 210 2738 248.9 13.0 23 2011 674 2751 250.1 4.1 21 159 14.5 380 34.5 271 553 2.0 50.3 6 403 224 2198 199.8 9.8 15

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OPPONENT YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS Opponents

Total Offense Scoring Rushing

Passing

Year

Plays Yds. Y/G Y/P TD PF AVG PA AVG Att. Yds. Avg. Y/G

TD Att. Comp. Yds. Y/G Y/C TD

1970 442 828 103.5 1.9 11 83 10.4 172 21.5 269 -39 -0.1 -4.9 3 173 67

867 108.4 13.0 7

1971 619 2548 286.3 4.1 37 260 28.9 34 3.8 402 1794 4.2 199.3 23 131 51

754 83.7 14.3 11

1972 863 1890 210.0 2.7 21 150 16.7 138 15.3 606 1025 1.7 113.8 -- 202 69

865 96.1 12.5 --

1973

No Records

1974

No Records

1975 610 2362 236.2 4.0 21 143 14.3 156 15.6 451 1559 4.2 155.9 19 149 61

862 86.2 14.1 2

1976 225 20.5 91 8.3 1977 123 11.2 146 13.3 1978 702 2671 267.1 3.8 -- 216 21.6 80 8.0 528 1760 3.3 176.0 -- 174 69

911 91.1 13.2 --

1979 642 2651 265.1 4.1 29 234 23.4 143 14.3 642 2651 4.1 265.1 20 177 70

1717 171.7 24.5 5

1980 811 4120 374.5 5.1 57 437 39.7 102 9.3 555 2193 4.0 199.4 30 256 128 1927 175.2 15.1 22 1981 703 3283 298.5 4.6 26 213 19.4 122 11.6 479 1776 3.7 161.5 16 224 102 1507 137.0 14.8 9 1982 746 3979 361.7 5.3 37 267 24.3 223 20.3 483 1883 3.9 171.2 18 263 122 2096 190.5 17.2 17 1983 757 3670 333.6 4.8 34 252 22.9 368 33.5 430 1400 3.3 127.3 20 327 157 2270 206.4 14.5 13 1984 626 2904 290.4 4.6 20 154 15.4 425 42.5 314 1004 3.2 100.4 10 312 144 1860 186.0 12.9 8 1985 746 3100 281.8 4.1 26 181 16.5 387 35.2 383 1233 3.2 112.1 11 363 159 1867 169.7 11.7 13 1986 760 3355 305.0 4.4 29 222 20.2 285 25.9 453 1623 3.6 147.5 15 307 120 1732 157.5 14.4 13 1987 655 2755 275.5 4.2 18 148 14.8 345 34.5 376 1204 3.2 120.4 8 279 109 1551 155.1 14.2 8 1988 648 3355 335.5 5.2 26 189 18.9 235 23.5 377 1463 3.9 146.3 16 271 124 1892 189.2 15.3 9 1989 761 3084 280.4 4.1 26 202 18.4 244 22.2 445 1324 2.9 120.4 13 316 130 1760 160.0 13.5 11 1990 615 3148 314.8 5.1 35 251 25.1 330 33.0 312 769 2.5 76.8 13 303 151 2380 238.0 15.8 18 1991 778 3532 321.1 4.5 30 220 20.0 300 27.3 423 1079 2.6 98.1 16 355 181 2453 223.0 13.6 14 1992 700 3753 341.2 5.4 35 274 24.9 305 27.7 405 1607 4.0 146.1 17 295 143 2146 195.1 15.0 14 1993 726 3965 360.5 5.5 49 343 31.2 365 33.2 435 1698 3.9 154.4 29 291 155 2267 206.1 14.6 16 1994 789 4148 377.1 5.3 35 262 23.8 301 27.4 432 1751 4.1 159.2 18 357 187 2397 217.9 12.8 14 1995 798 4161 378.3 5.2 43 255 23.2 232 21.1 436 1597 3.7 145.2 13 362 200 2564 233.1 12.8 17 1996 749 4402 400.2 5.9 43 317 28.8 257 23.4 436 2021 4.6 183.7 22 313 173 2381 216.5 13.8 20 1997 681 3361 305.6 4.9 36 312 28.4 235 21.4 417 1515 3.6 137.7 17 264 115 1846 167.8 16.1 17 1998 730 5117 465.2 7.0 65 482 43.8 189 17.2 496 3182 6.4 289.3 40 234 127 1935 175.9 15.2 20 1999 743 4427 402.5 6.0 46 354 32.2 261 23.7 469 2640 5.6 240.0 29 274 118 1787 162.5 15.1 15 2000 757 4452 404.7 5.9 53 378 34.4 380 34.5 460 2224 4.8 202.2 32 297 154 2228 202.5 14.5 16 2001 744 4057 368.8 5.5 44 324 29.5 315 28.6 380 1279 3.4 116.3 21 364 183 2778 252.5 15.2 19 2002 805 4020 335.0 6.5 42 313 26.1 218 18.2 468 1820 3.9 151.7 21 337 187 2200 183.3 11.8 17 2003 694 4000 363.6 5.8 51 348 31.6 182 16.5 452 2090 4.6 190.0 29 242 130 1910 173.6 14.7 17 2004 756 4157 377.9 5.5 47 352 32.0 204 18.5 463 1880 4.1 170.9 26 293 157 2277 207.0 14.5 16 2005 713 2966 269.6 4.2 25 213 19.4 225 20.5 429 1264 2.9 114.9 12 284 126 1702 154.7 13.5 10 2006 704 3316 301.5 4.7 25 192 17.5 335 30.5 427 1549 3.6 140.8 15 277 153 1767 160.6 11.5 9 2007 818 3989 332.4 4.9 28 221 18.4 254 21.2 483 1953 4.0 162.8 16 335 169 2036 169.7 12.0 10 2008 682 3172 288.4 4.7 29 228 20.7 220 20.0 430 1597 3.7 145.2 16 252 131 1575 143.2 12.0 10 2009 629 3833 383.3 6.1 36 262 26.2 178 17.8 371 1795 4.8 179.5 19 258 153 2038 203.8 13.3 14 2010 761 4229 384.5 5.6 46 334 30.4 272 24.7 478 2160 4.5 196.4 22 283 157 2069 188.1 13.2 16 2011 778 4538 412.5 5.8 52 380 34.5 159 14.5 500 2378 4.8 216.2 30 278 176 2160 196.4 12.3 17

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THE LAST TIME...

TEAM The Hornets scored at least 40 points 11/20/10 at Howard (W, 53-43) 50 points 11/20/10 at Howard (W, 53-43) 60 points 11/4/06 vs. Concord (W.Va.) (W, 62-0) 70 points 10/8/84 vs. Bowie State (W, 70-8) The Hornets allowed at least 40 points 11/12/11 at Hampton (L, 6-42) 50 points 10/17/09 at Michigan (L, 6-63) 60 points 10/24/11 at South Carolina State (L, 0-69) 70 points 11/8/80 vs. Portland State (L, 0-105) The Hornets shut out an opponent

10/13/07

at North Carolina A&T (W, 27-0)

The Hornets were shut out

10/24/11

Morgan State (L, 0-12)

The Hornets rushed for at least

300 yards 400 yards 500 yards

10/14/06 9/6/97 10/2/93

316 vs. North Carolina A&T (W, 37-21) 427 vs. Cheyney (W, 50-18) 507 vs. Bethune-Cookman (W, 55-26)

The Hornets rushed for less than

100 yards

11/19/11

88 vs. Howard (W, 39-36)

The Hornets passed for at least

300 yards 400 yards 500 yards

10/15/11 11/20/10 N/A

319 at North Carolina A&T (L, 21-42) 400 at Howard (W, 53-43)

The Hornets gained at least

400 yards 500 yards 600 yards 700 yards

11/20/10 11/17/01 10/22/83 10/23/93

412 at Howard (W, 53-43) 514 vs. Howard (W 43-31) 624 vs. Liberty 730 vs. Morgan State (W 42-7)

OPPONENT PASSING The Hornets allowed at least 300 yards 10/8/11 327 vs. Norfolk State (L, 21-38) 400 yards 11/17/01 487 vs. Howard (W 43-31) 500 yards N/A OPPONENT RUSHING The Hornets allowed at least 300 yards 9/24/11 399 at South Carolina State (L, 0-69) 400 yards 10/17/09 461 at Michigan (L 6-63) 500 yards 9/11/99 504 vs. Elon (L 28-51) OPPONENT TOTAL YARDS An opponent gained at least 400 yards 10/30/10 464 vs. South Carolina State (21-38) 500 yards 10/9/10 590 at Bethune-Cookman (24-47) 600 yards 9/24/11 687 at South Carolina State (L, 0-69) 700 yards 10/17/09 727 at Michigan (L 6-63) DSU DEFENSE The Hornets intercepted 3 passes in a game: 10/23/10 at Morgan State (24-34) The Hornets intercepted 4 passes in a game: 11/4/06 vs. Concord (W 62-0) The Hornets intercepted 5 passes in a game: 10/24/87 vs. Towson State (W 40-17) Were intercepted 3 times: 10/23/10 at Morgan State (24-34) Were intercepted 4 times: 9/22/01 vs. Liberty (L 7-34) Were intercepted 7 times: 11/12/11 at Hampton (L, 6-42) Recorded a safety: 11/8/08 vs. Winston-Salem State (L, 17-18) INDIVIDUAL Scored 4 TDs in a game: 11/20/10 Justin Wilson at Howard Scored 5 TDs in a game: 11/04/00 Darnerien McCants vs. NC A&T Scored 6 TDs in a game: 11/03/84 Gene Lake vs. Howard Passed for 4 TDs in a game: 11/20/10 Anthony Glaud at Howard Passed for 5 TDs in a game: 9/23/00 Rahsaan Matthews vs Liberty Passed for 6 TDs in a game: 11/04/00 Rahsaan Matthews vs NC A&T Rushed for at least 100 yards in a game: 11/7/09 Jaashawn Jones (144) vs. NC A&T Rushed for at least 200 yards in a game: 11/8/08 Kareem Jones (230) vs. Winston-Salem St. Rushed for at least 300 yards in a game: 11/10/84 Gene Lake (336) vs. Liberty Two Hornets rushed for at least 100 yards in a game: 10/11/08 Chris Strother (110) and Vashon Winton (102) vs. Bethune-Cookman Three Hornets rushed for at least 100 yards in a game: 10/23/93 Phil Anderson (136), Aaron Spears (133) and Wendell Watson (118) vs. Morgan State Had at least 100 receiving yards: 11/20/10 Travis Tarpley (150) and Justin Wilson (101) vs. Howard Had at least 200 receiving yards: 11/20/10 Justin Wilson (217) at Howard Two Hornets had at least 100 receiving yards: 11/19/12 Travis Tarpley (150) and Justin Wilson (101) vs. Howard Had a 100-yd rusher & a 100-yd receiver in the same game: 11/21/09 Jaashawn Jones (130 Rushing) and Darius Jackson (123 Receiving) at Howard Had 2 100-yd rushers & a 200-yd receiver in the same game: 9/9/06 Emmanuel Marc (126 rushing), Lennox Norville (106 rushing) and Shaheer McBride (206 receiving) vs. Saint Francis Had a 200-yard rusher and two 100-yard receivers in the same game: 10/28/00 Grayland King (225 rushing), Darnerien McCants (114 receiving) and Albert Horsey (104 receiving) Had at least 10 receptions: 11/19/12 Travis Tarpley (13) vs. Howard Passed for at least 300 yards: 11/20/10 Anthony Glaud (351) at Howard Passed for at least 400 yards: 10/23/04 Bryan Botts (430) vs. Morgan State Returned a kickoff for a TD: 11/20/10 Larrone Moore at Howard Returned a punt for a TD: 11/04/06 Brandon Hudson vs. Concord (W.V.) Returned an interception for a TD: 10/23/10 Matt Spicer (9 yds) at Morgan State Returned a fumble for a TD: 10/16/10 Olusegon Ayanbiola (22 yds) vs. NC A&T Returned a blocked punt for a TD: 11/17/01 Khary Darlington (12) vs. Howard Returned an opponent’s 2-point attempt for a score: 11/17/01 James Spence vs. Howard Returned an opponent’s extra-point kick for a score: 10/25/03 James Spence vs. Morgan St. Blocked an extra point attempt: 11/1/08 vs. South Carolina State Blocked a punt: 9/08/07 Alimayo Wilder vs. Florida A&M Had 3 interceptions in a game: 10/1/11 Nick Elko at Florida A&M Had 4 interceptions in a game: 9/07/85 Betram Chew vs. NC A&T Had at least 20 tackles in a game: 11/23/07 Russell Reeves (20) vs. Delaware Had 5 sacks in a game: 11/09/91 Leroy Thompson vs. NC A&T

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1945 Virginia State West Virginia State N.C. College Morgan State Howard Virginia Union J.C. Smith Delaware State Lincoln (Pa.) N.C. A&T Hampton Bluefield State Shaw

CIAA Overall 6-0-1 7-0-2 4-0-2 5-1-2 5-1-0 6-3-0 5-2-0 5-2-0 4-3-0 4-4-0 4-3-0 4-4-0 3-3-1 5-4-1 3-3-0 3-3-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-5-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 2-6-0 1-5-0 1-6-0 0-6-0 0-6-0

1946 Morgan State Howard West Virginia State Virginia State Lincoln (Pa.) N.C. College Shaw Hampton Bluefield State Delaware State N.C. A&T Winston-Salem State Virginia Union J.C. Smith Saint Paul’s Saint Augustine’s

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

1947 Shaw Virginia State Hampton Howard Morgan State West Virginia State Delaware State Lincoln (Pa.) Winston-Salem State Virginia Union N.C. College N.C. A&T Bluefield State Saint Paul’s J.C. Smith

CIAA Overall 6-0-0 10-0-0 7-1-0 9-1-0 5-1-1 7-2-1 6-2-1 6-2-1 5-2-1 5-2-1 4-1-1 6-3-1 4-3-0 4-4-0 3-3-1 5-4-1 3-3-0 6-3-0 3-5-0 4-5-0 2-6-0 2-7-0 1-5-1 1-5-1 1-5-0 3-6-0 0-5-1 0-5-1 0-2-1 1-5-1

1948 West Virginia State Winston-Salem State Howard Lincoln (Pa.) N.C. A&T Morgan State Virginia State N.C. College Shaw Delaware State Virginia Union Hampton Saint Augustine’s Bluefield State J.C. Smith Saint Paul’s

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

1949 Morgan State West Virginia State N.C. A&T Shaw Saint Augustine’s Howard Virginia State N.C. College Hampton Delaware State J.C. Smith Lincoln (Pa.) Winston-Salem State Bluefield State Virginia Union Saint Paul’s

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

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1950 N.C. A&T Morgan State N.C. College Saint Augustine’s Bluefield State West Virginia State Virginia Union Howard Lincoln (Pa.) Virginia State Winston-Salem State J.C. Smith Hampton Delaware State Shaw Saint Paul’s

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

1951 West Virginia State N.C. College N.C. A&T Virginia Union Lincoln (Pa.) Winston-Salem State Virginia State Howard Hampton Morgan State J.C. Smith Bluefield State Delaware State Saint Augustine’s Shaw Saint Paul’s

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

1952 Virginia State Howard N.C. A&T Saint Augustine’s N.C. College West Virginia State Morgan State J.C. Smith Hampton Lincoln (Pa.) Winston-Salem State Delaware State Bluefield State Virginia Union Saint Paul’s

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

1953 N.C. College Morgan State Virginia State J.C. Smith N.C. A&T West Virginia State Hampton Howard Shaw Saint Augustine’s Virginia Union Delaware State Winston-Salem State Lincoln (Pa.) Bluefield State Saint Paul’s

CIAA Overall 5-1-0 5-3-0 5-1-0 6-2-0 5-2-1 5-3-1 5-2-0 5-3-0 4-2-0 4-4-0 4-2-0 6-3-0 5-3-0 6-3-1 3-5-0 3-5-1 3-5-0 3-5-0 2-4-0 3-4-1 2-4-1 5-4-1 2-4-0 4-4-0 2-4-0 4-4-0 2-4-0 3-5-0 2-5-0 2-7-0 1-4-0 1-6-0

1954 N.C. College Virginia State Maryland State Bluefield State Delaware State Saint Augustine’s Virginia Union Morgan State Lincoln (Pa.) Hampton N.C. A&T Winston-Salem State J.C. Smith West Virginia State Fayetteville State Saint Paul’s Howard Shaw

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

1955 Maryland State Delaware State Winston-Salem State Morgan State Bluefield State N.C. A&T Virginia State Shaw N.C. College

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

Saint Augustine’s Virginia Union Hampton Howard J.C. Smith Saint Paul’s Lincoln (Pa.) West Virginia State Fayetteville State

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

1956 N.C. College Delaware State Morgan State Maryland State Saint Augustine’s Bluefield State Fayetteville State Virginia Union N.C. A&T Winston-Salem State Shaw Hampton J.C. Smith Virginia State Lincoln (Pa.) Howard Saint Paul’s

CIAA Overall 5-0-2 5-2-2 5-0-1 7-1-1 5-0-1 5-2-1 5-1-1 6-2-1 5-1-1 6-1-1 5-1-0 6-3-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 4-3-0 6-3-0 3-3-0 4-4-0 3-3-1 4-4-1 3-4-1 3-4-1 2-7-1 2-7-1 2-5-0 3-5-0 1-6-1 1-7-1 1-6-0 1-6-0 1-5-0 4-5-0 0-7-0 1-7-0

1957 Maryland State Elizabeth City Delaware State Bluefield State N.C. A&T Morgan State Winston-Salem State Virginia Union Shaw N.C. College Virginia State Hampton Saint Augustine’s Howard Lincoln (Pa.) Fayetteville J.C. Smith Saint Paul’s

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

1958 N.C. A&T N.C. College Saint Augustine’s Shaw Hampton Morgan State J.C. Smith Bluefield State Howard Maryland State Delaware State Winston-Salem State Virginia State Elizabeth City Lincoln (Pa.) Virginia Union Fayetteville Saint Paul’s

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

1959 N.C. A&T Virginia Union Virginia State Maryland State Saint Augustine’s Winston-Salem State J.C. Smith Hampton N.C. College Saint Paul’s Elizabeth City Howard Lincoln (Pa.) Bluefield State Shaw Fayetteville Delaware State Morgan State

CIAA Overall 5-0-0 6-2-0 7-0-1 7-0-2 7-2-0 7-2-0 6-1-0 6-1-1 6-2-0 7-2-0 5-2-0 6-2-0 5-4-0 5-4-0 4-4-0 4-4-1 3-3-0 4-4-1 3-4-0 3-4-0 3-5-0 3-6-0 2-4-0 3-5-0 2-4-0 3-6-0 1-4-0 3-6-0 1-6-1 1-6-1 1-6-0 1-7-0 1-6-0 1-7-0 1-6-0 1-6-1

1960 Maryland State Winston-Salem State J.C. Smith N.C. A&T N.C. College Hampton Virginia State Delaware State Saint Augustine’s Morgan State Virginia Union

CIAA Overall 5-0-1 5-1-1 5-1-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 6-3-0 4-1-1 5-3-1 5-2-0 7-2-0 5-2-0 5-4-0 5-3-0 6-3-0 4-3-0 4-4-0 4-4-0 4-5-0 3-3-1 3-3-1 3-4-1 4-5-1

Fayetteville Howard Shaw Saint Paul’s Elizabeth City Lincoln (Pa.)

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

1961 N.C. College J.C. Smith Winston-Salem State N.C. A&T Delaware State Virginia Union Hampton Maryland State Morgan State Virginia State Elizabeth City Fayetteville Howard Shaw Saint Paul’s

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

1962 Morgan State N.C. A&T J.C. Smith Virginia Union N.C. College Fayetteville Norfolk State Maryland State Elizabeth City Saint Augustine’s Delaware State Virginia State Hampton Winston-Salem State Saint Paul’s Livingstone Shaw Howard

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

1963 N.C. College Morgan State Virginia Union N.C. A&T J.C. Smith Saint Augustine’s Saint Paul’s Norfolk State Winston-Salem State Maryland State Elizabeth City Hampton Shaw Howard Fayetteville Delaware State Livingstone

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

1964 N.C. A&T Morgan State J.C. Smith Virginia State Howard Maryland State Winston-Salem State Elizabeth City Saint Augustine’s Saint Paul’s Delaware State N.C. College Norfolk State Shaw Fayetteville Livingstone Hampton

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

1965 Morgan State Saint Augustine’s J.C. Smith Maryland State N.C. A&T Saint Paul’s Virginia State Virginia State Norfolk State Delaware State N.C. College Howard Virginia Union Livingstone Elizabeth City Shaw Winston-Salem State Fayetteville

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

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0-7-0 1-8-0

1966 Morgan State Hampton Livingstone N.C. College Elizabeth City J.C. Smith Virginia Union Maryland State N.C. A&T Fayetteville Howard Norfolk State Virginia State Delaware State Winston-Salem State Saint Paul’s Shaw

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

1967 Morgan State J.C. Smith Maryland State Elizabeth City Virginia Union Virginia State N.C. A&T Norfolk State Hampton Winston-Salem State Delaware State Howard Livingstone Fayetteville N.C. College Saint Paul’s Shaw

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

1968 Morgan State N.C. A&T N.C. College Elizabeth City Maryland State Virginia State Hampton Livingstone Howard Norfolk State J.C. Smith Delaware State Winston-Salem State Fayetteville Shaw Saint Paul’s

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

1969 J.C. Smith Elizabeth City N.C. Central N.C. A&T Morgan State Norfolk State Livingstone Virginia Union Fayetteville Delaware State Virginia State Howard Shaw Maryland State Winston-Salem State Saint Paul’s Hampton

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

1970 Northern Division Morgan State Virginia State Delaware State Howard Saint Paul’s Norfolk State Virginia Union UMES Hampton Southern Division J.C. Smith Elizabeth City N.C. Central Shaw Fayetteville Livingstone Winston-Salem State N.C. A&T

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


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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE STANDINGS 1981 MEAC Overall S.C. State 5-0-0 10-3-0 Florida A&M 4-1-0 7-4-0 Bethune-Cookman 3-2-0 6-4-0 Howard 2-3-0 6-5-0 Delaware State 1-4-0 2-9-0 N.C. A&T 0-5-0 3-8-0

1971 Morgan State N.C. Central S.C. State N.C. A&T UMES Delaware State Howard

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

1972 N.C. Central N.C. A&T Morgan State UMES Howard Delaware State S.C. State

MEAC Overall 5-1-0 9-2-0 4-2-0 8-2-0 4-2-0 5-5-0 4-2-0 4-5-0 2-4-0 6-4-0 2-4-0 5-4-0 0-6-0 1-9-0

1973 N.C. Central S.C. State Morgan State Howard UMES N.C. A&T Delaware State

MEAC Overall 5-1-0 7-4-0 4-1-1 7-3-1 4-2-0 6-3-0 4-2-0 8-2-0 2-4-0 4-5-0 1-4-1 4-6-1 0-6-0 0-11-0

1974 S.C. State Howard N.C. Central Morgan State N.C. A&T UMES Delaware State

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

1975 S.C. State N.C. A&T Howard N.C. Central Delaware State Morgan State UMES

MEAC Overall 5-1-0 8-2-1 5-1-0 8-3-0 4-2-0 8-3-0 3-2-1 5-4-1 2-4-0 5-5-0 1-4-1 4-5-1 0-6-0 0-10-0

1976 S.C. State Morgan State N.C. A&T Howard N.C. Central Delaware State UMES

MEAC Overall 5-1-0 10-1-0 5-1-0 6-4-0 3-2-1 6-4-1 3-2-1 5-5-1 2-4-0 6-5-0 1-5-0 3-7-1 1-5-0 2-9-0

1977 S.C. State N.C. A&T Delaware State Morgan State Howard UMES N.C. Central

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

1978 S.C. State N.C. A&T Delaware State Morgan State Howard N.C. Central UMES

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

1979 Morgan State S.C. State N.C. A&T Howard N.C. Central Delaware State UMES

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

1980 MEAC Overall S.C. State 5-0-0 10-1-0 N.C. A&T 3-2-0 9-3-0 Howard 2-2-1 6-2-2 Bethune-Cookman 2-2-1 5-4-1 Florida A&M 2-3-0 5-6-0 Delaware State 0-5-0 2-9-0

1982 MEAC Overall S.C. State 4-1-0 9-3-0 Florida A&M 4-1-0 6-5-0 Bethune-Cookman 3-2-0 6-5-0 Howard 2-3-0 6-5-0 Delaware State 2-3-0 4-7-0 1983 MEAC Overall S.C. State 4-0-0 7-3-0 Delaware State 3-1-0 7-3-1 Bethune-Cookman 1-3-0 4-4-1 N.C. A&T 1-3-0 3-7-1 Howard 0-4-0 4-7-0 Florida A&M --- 7-4-0 1984 MEAC Overall Bethune-Cookman 4-0-0 7-3-0 Delaware State 3-1-0 8-2-0 S.C. State 2-2-0 4-6-1 N.C. A&T 1-3-0 2-8-0 Howard 0-4-0 2-8-0 Morgan State --- 0-11-0 1985 MEAC Overall Delaware State 4-0-0 9-2-0 Bethune-Cookman 3-1-0 6-4-0 S.C. State 2-2-0 5-6-0 N.C. A&T 1-3-0 6-5-0 Howard 0-4-0 4-7-0 Morgan State --- 0-9-0

1992 MEAC Overall N.C. A&T 5-1-0 9-3-0 Florida A&M 4-2-0 7-5-0 S.C. State 4-2-0 7-4-0 Howard 3-3-0 7-4-0 Delaware State 3-3-0 6-5-0 Bethune-Cookman 2-4-0 4-7-0 Morgan State 0-6-0 2-9-0 1993 Howard S.C. State Delaware State N.C. A&T Florida A&M Morgan State Bethune-Cookman

MEAC Overall 6-0-0 11-1-0 4-2-0 8-4-0 4-2-0 6-5-0 3-3-0 8-3-0 3-3-0 5-6-0 1-5-0 2-9-0 0-6-0 1-10-0

1994 MEAC Overall S.C. State 6-0-0 10-2-0 Delaware State 4-2-0 7-4-0 N.C. State 3-3-0 6-5-0 Bethune-Cookman 3-3-0 5-6-0 Florida A&M 2-4-0 6-5-0 Morgan State 2-4-0 3-8-0 Howard 1-5-0 4-7-0 1995 MEAC Overall Florida A&M 6-0-0 9-3-0 Delaware State 5-1-0 6-5-0 S.C. State 4-2-0 6-4-0 Howard 2-4-0 6-5-0 N.C. A&T 2-4-0 4-7-0 Bethune-Cookman 2-4-0 3-8-0 Morgan State 0-6-0 1-10-0 Hampton --- 8-3-0

1986 MEAC Overall N.C. A&T 4-1-0 9-3-0 Howard 3-2-0 8-3-0 Delaware State 3-2-0 7-4-0 S.C. State 3-2-0 5-6-0 Bethune-Cookman 2-3-0 3-8-0 Morgan State 0-5-0 1-9-0

1996 MEAC Overall Florida A&M 7-0-0 9-3-0 Howard 6-1-0 10-2-0 N.C. A&T 4-3-0 8-3-0 S.C. State 4-3-0 4-6-0 Hampton 3-4-0 5-6-0 Morgan State 2-5-0 4-7-0 Delaware State 2-5-0 3-8-0 Bethune-Cookman 0-7-0 2-9-0

1987 MEAC Overall Delaware State 5-0-0* 9-1-0 Howard 4-1-0* 8-2-0 S.C. State 3-2-1 6-3-1 Bethune-Cookman 2-3-0 4-7-0 N.C. A&T 1-4-0 3-8-0 Morgan State 0-5-0 1-9-0 Florida A&M --- 5-5-1 * - Howard forced to forfeit contest with Delaware State

1997 MEAC Overall Hampton 7-0-0 10-2-0 Florida A&M 5-2-0 9-3-0 S.C. State 5-2-0 9-3-0 Howard 4-3-0 7-4-0 N.C. A&T 3-4-0 7-4-0 Morgan State 2-5-0 3-7-0 Delaware State 1-6-0 3-8-0 Bethune-Cookman 1-6-0 4-7-0 Norfolk State --- 3-7-0

1988 MEAC Overall Bethune-Cookman 4-2-0 5-6-0 Florida A&M 4-2-0 6-4-1 Delaware State 4-2-0 5-5-0 Howard 3-3-0 7-4-0 S.C. State 2-4-0 2-9-0 N.C. A&T 2-4-0 2-9-0 Morgan State 0-6-0 1-10-0

1998 MEAC Overall Hampton 7-1-0 9-2-0 Florida A&M 7-1-0 11-2-0 Bethune-Cookman 6-2-0 8-3-0 N.C. A&T 5-3-0 8-3-0 Howard 5-3-0 7-4-0 S.C. State 3-5-0 5-6-0 Norfolk State 2-6-0 2-9-0 Morgan State 1-7-0 1-10-0 Delaware State 0-8-0 0-11-0

1989 MEAC Overall Delaware State 5-1-0 7-4-0 Howard 4-2-0 8-3-0 Florida A&M 3-3-0 6-5-0 Bethune-Cookman 3-3-0 5-5-0 S.C. State 3-3-0 5-6-0 N.C. A&T 2-4-0 5-6-0 Morgan State 1-5-0 3-7-1 1990 MEAC Overall Florida A&M 6-0-0 7-4-0 N.C. A&T 5-1-0 9-2-0 Delaware State 4-2-0 7-3-0 Howard 3-3-0 6-5-0 S.C. State 2-4-0 4-6-0 Bethune-Cookman 1-5-0 4-7-0 Morgan State 0-6-0 1-10-0 1991 MEAC Overall Delaware State 5-1-0 9-2-0 N.C. A&T 5-1-0 9-3-0 S.C. State 3-3-0 7-4-0 Florida A&M 3-3-0 6-5-0 Bethune-Cookman 3-3-0 4-6-0 Howard 1-5-0 2-9-0 Morgan State 1-5-0 1-10-0

1999 MEAC Overall N.C. A&T 8-0-0 11-2-0 Florida A&M 7-1-0 8-3-0 Hampton 5-3-0 7-4-0 Delaware State 4-4-0 4-7-0 Howard 4-4-0 5-6-0 Bethune-Cookman 4-4-0 7-4-0 S.C. State 2-5-0 4-6-0 Norfolk State 1-7-0 2-9-0 Morgan State 0-7-0 2-8-0 2000 MEAC Overall Florida A&M 7-1-0 9-2-0 Bethune-Cookman 6-2-0 9-2-0 N.C. A&T 6-2-0 8-3-0 Delaware State 5-3-0 7-4-0 Hampton 5-3-0 7-4-0 Howard 3-5-0 3-8-0 S.C. State 2-6-0 3-8-0 Norfolk State 2-6-0 3-8-0 Morgan State 0-8-0 1-10-0 2001 MEAC Overall Florida A&M 7-1-0 7-4-0 Hampton 6-2-0 7-4-0 N.C. A&T 5-3-0 8-3-0 Bethune-Cookman 5-3-0 6-4-0 S.C. State 5-3-0 6-5-0 Delaware State 3-5-0 5-6-0 Norfolk State 3-5-0 5-6-0 Morgan State 1-7-0 2-9-0 Howard 1-7-0 2-9-0

2002 Bethune-Cookman Florida A&M Hampton Morgan State Howard S.C. State Delaware State N.C. A&T Norfolk State

MEAC Overall 7-1-0 11-2-0 5-3-0 7-5-0 5-3-0 7-5-0 5-3-0 7-5-0 4-4-0 6-5-0 4-4-0 7-5-0 2-6-0 4-8-0 2-6-0 4-8-0 2-6-0 5-6-0

2003 MEAC Overall N.C. A&T 6-1-0 10-3-0 Bethune-Cookman 5-2-0 9-3-0 Hampton 5-2-0 7-4-0 S.C. State 5-2-0 8-4-0 Morgan State 4-3-0 6-5-0 Howard 2-5-0 4-7-0 Delaware State 1-6-0 1-10-0 Norfolk State 0-7-0 1-11-0 Florida A&M --- 6-6-0

2011 MEAC Overall Norfolk State 7-1-0 9-3-0 Bethune-Cookman 6-2-0 8-3-0 South Carolina State 6-2-0 7-4-0 Hampton 5-3-0 7-4-0 Florida A&M 5-3-0 7-4-0 North Carolina A&T 4-4-0 5-6-0 Morgan State 4-4-0 5-6-0 Howard 4-4-0 5-6-0 Delaware State 2-6-0 3-8-0 N.C. Central 1-7-0 2-9-0 Savannah State 1-7-0 1-10-0

2004 MEAC Overall Hampton 6-1-0 10-2-0 S.C. State 6-1-0 9-2-0 Bethune-Cookman 4-3-0 6-4-0 Delaware State 4-3-0 4-7-0 Howard 3-4-0 6-5-0 Morgan State 3-4-0 5-6-0 N.C. A&T 1-6-0 3-8-0 Norfolk State 1-6-0 1-11-0 Florida A&M --- 3-7-0 2005 MEAC Overall Hampton 8-0-0 11-0-0 S.C. State 7-1-0 9-2-0 Delaware State 6-2-0 7-4-0 Florida A&M 5-3-0 6-5-0 Bethune-Cookman 4-4-0 7-4-0 Norfolk State 2-6-0 4-7-0 N.C. A&T 2-6-0 3-8-0 Howard 1-7-0 4-7-0 Morgan State 1-7-0 2-9-0 2006 MEAC Overall Hampton 7-1-0 10-2-0 Delaware State 6-2-0 8-3-0 S.C. State 6-2-0 7-4-0 Florida A&M 5-3-0 7-4-0 Morgan State 4-4-0 5-6-0 Howard 4-4-0 5-6-0 Bethune-Cookman 3-5-0 5-6-0 Norfolk State 1-7-0 4-7-0 N.C. A&T 0-8-0 0-11-0 2007 MEAC Overall Delaware State 8-0-0 10-2-0 Norfolk State 6-2-0 8-3-0 S.C. State 6-2-0 7-4-0 Hampton 5-3-0 6-5-0 Morgan State 4-4-0 5-6-0 Bethune-Cookman 3-5-0 5-6-0 Howard 2-6-0 4-7-0 Florida A&M 2-6-0 3-8-0 N.C. A&T 0-8-0 0-11-0 2008 MEAC Overall S.C. State 8-0-0 10-3-0 Florida A&M 5-3-0 9-3-0 Bethune-Cookman 5-3-0 8-3-0 Hampton 5-3-0 6-5-0 Delaware State 5-3-0 5-6-0 Morgan State 4-4-0 6-6-0 Norfolk State 3-5-0 5-7-0 N.C. A&T 1-7-0 3-9-0 Howard 0-8-0 1-10-0 2009 MEAC Overall South Carolina State 8-0-0 10-2-0 Florida A&M 6-2-0 8-3-0 Norfolk State 5-3-0 7-4-0 Morgan State 4-4-0 6-5-0 Bethune-Cookman 4-4-0 5-6-0 Hampton 3-5-0 5-6-0 North Carolina A&T 3-5-0 5-6-0 Delaware State 3-5-0 4-7-0 Howard 0-8-0 2-9-0 2010 Bethune-Cookman South Carolina State Florida A&M Hampton Norfolk State Morgan State Delaware State North Carolina A&T Howard

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

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all-conference selections TOP ROW L TO R: Terrance Hoover Brian Randall Franz Kappel Gene Lake Shaheer McBride Mike Murray BOTTOM ROW L TO R: David Parkinson Chuck Poplos Russell Reeves Greg Wright Leroy Thompson John Taylor

ALL-CIAA SELECTIONS 1947 Edward Schenck (E) 1952 John Bundy (LB) 1953 John Bundy (C) 1954 Emmett Jeter (G) CIAA CHAMPIONSHIPS 1956 FIRST TEAM ALL-MEAC 1972 Luther Howard (S) 1974 Walter Tullis (CB) 1975 Water Tullis (KR) David Crocker (LB) 1977 David Crocker (LB) Andre Dixon (CB) 1978 Decosta Brown (SE) Gregory Wright (DT) 1980 Clarence Weathers (KR) 1981 Johnny Rowe (RB) Timothy King (DB) 1982 Terrance Staples (TE) Victor Heflin (DB) 1983 Franz Kappel (OL) Nigel Dunn (C) Gene Lake (RB), Joe Lane (DL) 1984 John Taylor (WR) Franz Kappel (OL) Everett Morgan (K) Joe Lane (DL) Dan Candeloro (DL) Dan Coppedge (LB) Joe Burton (DB) 1985 John Taylor (WR) Tony Danzey (OL) Chris Jones (OL) Virgil Blocker (C) Terrance Hoover (RB) Dan Candeloro (DL) Dan Coppedge (LB) Bertram Chew (DB) Joe Burton (DB) 1986 Tony Danzey (OL) Terrance Hoover (RB) David Parkinson (K) Robert Presbury (DL) Lybrant Robinson (DL) Kevin Bryant (LB) Joe Burton (DB) 1987 Tony Danzey (OL) Reginald Barnes (RB) David Parkinson (K) Robert Presbury (DL) Lybrant Robinson (DL) Derek Andrews (LB) Marvin Bright (DB) Reginald Johnson (DB) 1988 Stephen Hart (OL) Reginald Barnes (RB) Eric Wainwright (LB) Marvin Bright (DB) Reginald Johnson (DB)

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David Jones (TE) Rod Milstead (OL) Justin Procter (C) Darren Felton (QB) Michael Murray (RB) Tim Egerton (KR) Malcolm Showell (DL) Marc Ware (DB) David Jones (WR) Rod Milstead (OL) Preston Steward (C) Michael Murray (RB) Tim Egerton (KR) Malcolm Showell (DL) Rod Milstead (OL) Preston Steward (C) Michael Murray (RB) John Jenson (K) Bruce Davis (LB) Alphoso Tyler (LB) Charles Poplos (P) Daikiel Shorts (RB) Brian Randall (KR) Leroy Thompson (DL) Brian Randall (DB) Charles Poplos (P) Stanley Burris (OG) Lloyd Badson (LB) Brian Randall (DB) Charles Poplos (P) Keith Jarvis (OT) Matt Wilder (OG) Dennis Jones (QB) Fabian Thorne (RB) Ernest Shockley (DL) Lloyd Badson (LB) Anthony Heyward (OG) Ronnie Wilkerson (LB) DeShane Dennis (KR) Damerian McCants (TE) Rahsaan Matthews (QB) DeShane Dennis (DB) Deon Rheubottom (DB) DeShaun Morris (KR) Brent Davis (DL) Sam Smith (DB) Shaheer McBride (WR) Sam Smith (LB) Blake Saunders (DB), Eric Contos (P) Shaheer McBride (WR) Jeremy Breath (OL) Jamel Trott (DB) Adrian Brown (OL) Russell Reeves (LB) Akeem Green (DB) Peter Gaertner (K) No Selection No Selection Justin Wilson (WR) Andre Caroll (DL) No Selection

SECOND TEAM ALL-MEAC 1972 John Chisholm (SE) 1973 Ken Wright (LB) Nate Dancy (DB) 1974 Ray Bias (QB) Curtis Powell (LB) 1975 John Chisholm (SE) Shelton Smith (DE) Ken Wright (LB), Norman Empty (CB) 1976 David Crocker (LB) Jerome Carter (CB) 1977 Eddie Epps (QB) Greg Wright (DT) Thomas Douglas (DB) 1978 Phil Jackson (P) Calvin Stephens (OT) 1979 Anthony Beamon (RB) Greg Wright (T) 1980 Greg Lee (FL) Calvin Mason (T) 1981 Walter Samuels (SE) Calvin Mason (T) 1982 Lynnard Gross (OT) Doug Picott (RB) Anthony Sharpe (DE) 1983 John Taylor (WR) Pat Spencer (QB) Everett Morgan (K) 1984 Fred Dorsey (OG) Fernando Veney (OG) Pat Spencer (QB) Bill Alston (DB) Dave Wheeler (P) 1985 David Parkinson (K) Dave Wheeler (P) Robert Presbury (DE) 1986 Chris Jones (C) Gerald Cordova (TE) Dan Candeloro (DT) 1987 Cordie Greenlea (C) Reggie Barnes (RB) Tim Egerton (KR) 1988 Dave Jones (TE) Tim Egerton (KR/WR) David Parkinson (K/P) Andy Harris (DT) Malcolm Showell (DE) Elvis Hines (DB) 1989 Tim Egerton (WR) Andy Harris (DT) Darren Tucker (P) 1990 Scott Andrews (OL) Tony Bethea (RB) Andy Harris (DT) Craig Parsley (LB) James Redding (DB) 1991 Greg Johnson (OT) LeRoy Thompson (DL) Craig Johnson (DL) Brian Randall (DB) 1992 Stanley Burris (OL) 1993 Keith Jarvis (OT) Phil Anderson (RB) Uhuru Hamiter (DT)

2012 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

1994 Bennie Lee (G) Curtis Thomas (WR) Phil Anderson (RB) Fabian Thorne (RB) Ernest Shockley (E) Uhuru Hamiter (T) Chuck Poplos (P) 1995 Keith Jarvis (OT) Bennie Lee (C) Ray Bias (DB) 1997 Cedric Jones (DL) Jason Williams (DB) 1998 JoShaun Smith (DB) 1999 DaShane Dennis (DB) Dante Jones (DB) 2000 Albert Horsey (WR) Grayland King (RB) Richard Mason (LB) 2001 Maurice Foster (RB) Justin Mitchell (LB) 2002 Jamaal Jackson (OL) 2003 Thomas Bolden (WR) Tyrone Greenwood (DB) Olufemi Oyedele (DL) 2005 Peter Gaertner (K) Deon Rheubottom (DB) 2006 Emanuel Marc (RB) Derrick Upchurch (OL) Russell Reeves (LB) Tyrone Kelly (DB) 2007 Jeremy Breath (OL) Kelly Rouse (DE) Shaheer McBride (WR) 2008 Adrian Brown (OL) 2009 Fabian Dunn (DL), Nick Lochner (P) 2010 Larrone Moore (Ret) 2011 No Selection MEAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 2007 COACHES OF THE YEAR 1977 Edmund Wyche 1985 William Collick 2000 Ben Blacknall OFFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 1984 Gene Lake 1985 John Taylor 2000 Rashaan Matthews DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 1985 Dan Cadeloro 1986 Joe Burton 1987 Robert Presbury ROOKIES OF THE YEAR 2001 Deon Rheubottom 2004 Shaheer McBride 2005 Vashon Winton


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ALL-TIME ROSTER A Abul-Qasim, Tarik.....................93-95 Adair, Alvis ........................................ 93 Adam, Charles........................... 74, 75 Addison, Clarence ...................79-81 Adjei, Ernest................................10-11 Adjei, Francis..............................07-10 Albanese, Wayne ........................... 01 Alderman, Chris ............................. 80 Alderman, Clyde............................. 81 Alderman, Donovan............... 96, 97 Aldridge, Henry .............................. 49 Alexander, Alvetta ...................91-94 Alexander, Chad ............................. 95 Alexander, Josh............................... 11 Allen, John ....................................... 75 Allen, Nick......................................... 06 Alleyne, Craig .................................. 85 Alston, Billy................................ 84, 85 Altidor, Frantz................................... 10 Ameen-Bey, Jibreel ....................... 04 Ames, Maurice................................. 81 Amoah, Kofi ...............................03-06 Ananou, David ................................ 76 Anderson, Ernest ........................... 68 Anderson, George ......................... 93 Anderson, Gerald ........................... 79 Anderson, Jamil ............................. 99 Anderson, Johnathan............ 79, 80 Anderson, Phil...........................91-94 Anderson, Phil ................................ 04 Andrews, Anthony ........................ 91 Andrews, Derek.........................84-87 Andrews, Harrison................... 70, 71 Andrews, Raymond..........87, 89-91 Archie, Jennon....................93-95, 97 Arnold, Rodney ....................... 75, 77 Asuega, Keola........................... 06, 07 Atkinson, Rashad .....................01-05 Augustine, Steve............................. 84 Avery, Alan .................................88-90 Ayanbiola, Olusegun...............09-11 B Bacon, Carl ....................................... 90 Badson, Lloyd ........................... 93, 95 Bagwell, Charlie .............................. 80 Bailey, David .................................... 87 Bailey, Greg ...................................... 80 Bailey, Josh........................................ 11 Bailey, Phil...................................01-04 Baker, Jerome ............................82-86 Baker, Stanley .................................. 73 Baldwin, Daryl ................................. 02 Ball, Nathan ..................................... 98 Banks, Derek..................................... 11 Banks, Lamar .............................93-97 Banks, Stanley........................... 07, 08 Banning, Chris........................... 96, 97 Bansah, George.........................09-11 Baptise, Levi............................... 75, 77 Barber, John ..................................... 67 Barber, John ...............................85-89 Barkley, Warren ............................... 51 Barnes, Kittrell ...........................99-02 Barnes, Reggie ..........................85-88 Barrow, Corey .................... 90, 92, 94 Bashir, Jahmel............................08-11 Bashir, Omarr............................. 86, 88 Bass, Mitchell ................................... 70 Battle, Curtis .................................... 91 Battle, Kahlil...................................... 10 Baughman, Tyrone ........................ 04 Beamon, Anthony ...................77-80 Beckett, Jamar................................. 11 Bedford, Joseph ............................. 45 Bedle, Jerome.................................. 06

Beekman, Charles.....................77-80 Belcher, Anthony ........................... 56 Belford, Tyrone ............................... 67 Bell, James ........................................ 75 Bellamy, Shannon.....................01-04 Belote, Termaine.......................01-03 Bennett, Darrell........................ 76, 79 Bennett, George........................73-76 Bennett, Robert.........................00-03 Bennett, Willie ................................. 88 Benson, Dale ................................... 82 Benson-Reid, Justin....................... 11 Bernard, Richard.......................08-09 Berry, Marvin ................................... 75 Berry, Tom.................................. 91, 93 Best, Otis............................................ 11 Best, Thomas..............................10-11 Bethea, Clint ..............................85-89 Bethea, Robert ..........................87-90 Betsey, Chad .................................... 97 Beulah, Curtis .................................. 75 Beulah, Nate .................................... 02 Beverly, James ...................04, 06-07 Biaco, Dane ...................................... 86 Biandudi, Jeremy......................02-06 Bias, Ray Sr. ....................................... 73 Bias, Ray Jr. .................................93-95 Biggins, John ................................... 58 Billingslea, Dana........................70-71 Billups, Shawn............................10-11 Black, John ....................................... 76 Blackshear, Kevin............................ 02 Blackshear, Leonard ...................... 77 Blackston, Andrew...................01-03 Blagmon, Jemel ........................93-95 Blocker, Virgil............................. 84, 85 Blount, Marvin................... 80, 81, 82 Blue, Pierre................................. 04, 05 Boaz, Julius ...................................... 48 Bodden, Harold .............................. 98 Bolden, Thomas........................01-04 BoNey, Dwight ......................... 70, 71 Bordley, Brent .......................... 79, 81 Bordley, Dennis .............................. 75 Boss, Henry ............................... 78, 79 Botts, Bryan ...................................... 04 Bouknight, Gerald....................07-09 Bowan, Craig ..................... 88, 90, 92 Bowden, Mike........................... 01, 02 Bowe, Marklyn................................. 11 Bowers, Michael ............................. 91 Bowie, Keith ..................................... 86 Boyd, Aaron................................09-10 Boyd, Joe.....................................10-11 Boyd, Jonathon .............................. 85 Boyd, Nate.................................. 86, 87 Bradley, Tyrice............................01-03 Bramble, Mark ...........................87-90 Brandon, James .............................. 92 Braswell, Riley........................... 75, 76 Brackett, Nick................................... 10 Bratcher, Rod..............................84-87 Bratton, Jermaine .......................... 92 Bray, Charles.............................. 80, 81 Breath, Jeremy ..........................04-07 Brenion, Frank ................................. 75 Brent, Shaun...............................88-90 Brewington, Reggie ...................... 75 Brewton, Justin..........................09-11 Bridge, Burditt ..........................01-05 Bright, Marvin ...........................85-88 Brisbane, Aquel .............................. 93 Brite, Josh................................... 06, 07 Brodard, Charles ............................. 01 Brock, Melvin ................................... 81 Bromble, Mark ................................ 86 Bromell, Calvin ................................ 82

Brooker, Mansfield...................93-97 Brooks, Fred .............................. 75, 76 Brooks, Michael............................... 99 Brooks, Shawn................... 90, 92, 93 Brown, Adrian........................... 07, 08 Brown, Andre.............................75-78 Brown, Darrell............................10-11 Brown, Decosta ........................75-78 Brown, Eddie............................. 07, 08 Brown, Eric..................................93-97 Brown, Ira ......................................... 98 Brown, John...................................... 73 Brown, Kurtis.................................... 99 Brown, Kyle....................................... 09 Brown, Micah.............................07-11 Brown, Quinton............................... 08 Brown, Reggie............................93-97 Brown, Shunard........................93-94 Brown, Stephen ........................99-02 Broughton, Alex.............................. 84 Brum, Paul...................................04-05 Brunson, Rosco .........................78-79 Bryant, Derald ...........................77-79 Bryant, Kevin..............................84-87 Bullock, Oscar ................................. 50 Bullock, Ronnie................................ 10 Bundy, John ..................................... 55 Burgman, Myron ......................98-99 Burke, Keith....................................... 71 Burke, Wendell ..........................78-80 Burris, Stanley.................... 90, 92, 93 Burton, Frank..............................81-84 Burton, Joe .................................83-86 Burton, Tyrone ..........................94-95 Bushay, Raymond.....................77-78 Bussey, Zach ..............................02-03 Butler, Tyrone............................ 81, 82 Byars, Walter .................................... 79 Byrd, Tremane ................................. 90 C Cade, Cerron...............................02-04 Caesar, Latroy.............................93-96 Caesar, Michael......................... 81, 82 Caison, Robert.......................... 70, 71 Calhoun, Lazarus..................... 94, 95 Campbell, Colin................. 86, 89, 90 Candeloro, Dan.........................84-86 Cannon, Greg.............................10-11 Canty, Lynell..................................... 98 Cappel, Triston................................. 08 Carek, Edward........................... 85, 87 Carey, Stewart.................................. 11 Carmichael, Anthony..................... 85 Carr, Neil ............................................ 99 Caroll, Andre...............................07-10 Carrow, Randy ................................. 80 Carter, Curtis ..............................93-97 Carter, David.............................. 98, 00 Carver, Tyrone ................................. 98 Carter, Arnie ..................................... 79 Carter, David .................................... 99 Carter, Jerome........................... 75, 77 Carter, Markeyse............................. 09 Casey, Patrick.............................84-87 Cauthan, Vaughn......................70-73 Ceravolo, Joseph “Bo”..............10-11 Chambers, Jerome......................... 90 Charles, Zacharri.......................08-09 Chapman, Neon................ 90, 92, 93 Chavis, Joseph ................................ 85 Cherry, Michael.........................84-86 Chew, Bertram.......................... 84, 85 Chisholm, John ........................ 73, 75 Chism, Earl ....................................... 58 Christopher, Tyon .......................... 99 Clark, Claude ................................... 88

Clark, Curtis......................... 76, 77, 79 Clayburn, Tim ........................... 70, 71 Claxton, Daryll.......................... 70, 71 Clement, Derrick ............................ 88 Clervoix, Joshua ............................. 05 Coates, Patrick................................. 75 Cobb, Akeem.................................... 10 Coker, Adam .................................... 90 Colbert, Mike ..................... 81, 82, 84 Cole, Frank ....................................... 70 Coles, William .................................. 56 Coleman, Gregory ...................77-79 Coleman, Hallie .............................. 46 Coleman, Keith ............................... 87 Coleman, Lewis........................ 92, 93 Coleman, Rashod ....................02-05 Coleman, Steve........................ 70, 71 Coles, Korey ..................................... 05 Coley, Richard .......................... 80, 81 Collick, Carl ...................................... 49 Collick, Kyle ...................................... 90 Collier, Oliver............................. 90, 92 Collins, Anel ..................................... 87 Colston, Jermond.....................10-11 Colston, Terrick................................ 11 Comer, Eldridge................ 81, 84, 85 Coney, Jerome ................................ 97 Conley, Bernard ........................05-09 Connor, Kevin............................ 07, 08 Contos, Eric ............................... 04, 05 Conquest, Andreas ..................99-01 Conway, Donald ............................. 64 Conyers, Jermaine................... 99, 00 Cook, Tim .......................................... 81 Cooks, Robert ............................85-88 Cooper, Anthony......................02-04 Cooper, Caesar ................................ 94 Cooper, Caldwell ......................73-76 Cooper, Daryl ............................99-02 Cooper, Tom .................................... 81 Coppallo, Jeff ........................... 81, 82 Coppedge, Daniel ...................82-85 Cordova, Gerald .......................84-86 Cornwall, Troye..........................10-11 Cottman, John ................................ 47 Cotton, Tyrone ......................... 77, 78 Cottrell, John ................................... 80 Council, Ron .................................... 90 Coverdale, Greg .............................. 97 Covington, Blake ......................03-07 Crawford, Keith ................. 86, 88, 90 Crocker, David .......................... 77, 78 Crooms, Stephen ........................... 73 Crum, Boston ............................77-79 Culbrest, Jerome ......................75-78 Culver, Johnny ................................ 90 Cunningham, Brandon...........09-11 Cunningham, Kenneth ................ 98 Curd, Gerald ...............................87-88 Curry, Gary ....................................... 99 Curtis, James ................................... 76 Curtis, Michael ................................ 85 D Daluz, Joseph .................................. 52 Dancy, Nate ..................................... 73 Daniels, Damon........................ 95, 96 Daniels, Steve .................................. 95 Danzey, Tony .............................84-87 Darlington, Khary.....................00-02 Davenport, Jamar .......................... 01 Davies, Arnold ......................... 04, 05 Davis, Aaron .................................... 73 Davis, Anthony ............................... 90 Davis, Brent ................................01-04 Davis, Bruce .............................. 90, 91 Davis, Duane ................................... 94

Davis, Mike ....................................... 70 Davis, Mike........................................ 11 Davis, Petie................................. 90, 91 Davis, Steve ...................................... 70 Davis, William, Jr .......................91-93 Davis, William, Sr. ........................... 51 Davis, Zeb ......................................... 05 Daviston, Corbin............................. 09 Dawson, Clifford ............................ 70 Day, Andrew .................................... 98 Del Orbe, Edward ................... 92, 95 Delany, Herbert ........................79-82 Delee, Glenn .................................... 93 Dell, Leslie...................................99-03 Delon, Mike.................................85-89 Denkins, Jesse ...........................78-81 Dennis, Charles................................ 81 Dennis, DaShane .....................98-01 Dennis, Johnny .........................01-04 Dennis, Leslie ........................... 70, 71 Dennis, Robbie ............................... 81 Dennis, Sam ..................................... 85 Dent, William ............................ 79, 80 Deshields, Tim ................................. 73 DiAngelo ........................................... 81 Diaz-Aviles, Mario.....................10-11 Dickson, Leodis ........................82-85 Diego, Devon................................... 09 Dines, Eric ...................................84-87 Dingle, Zach ............................. 91, 92 Dixon, Andre..............................73-77 Dixon, Donnell...........................09-10 Donnelly, James ............................. 75 Donvall, Joe ...............................86-87 Dorsainvil, Rosnel.....................96-97 Dorsey, Fred ...............................82-84 Dorval, Joseph ................................ 91 Dory, Jerome .............................94-97 Douglas, Thomas .....................75-78 Douglass, Jamal.............................. 11 Downs, Jack .............................. 84, 85 Drayton, Layton ............................. 73 Drayton, Michael......................81-84 Drew, Todd .................................82-86 Dunham, Guy .................................. 73 Dunn, Alonzo ........................... 84, 85 Dunn, Fabian .............................05-09 Dunn, Nigel ................................80-82 Dunn, Zachary ..........................98-01 Durham, Scott ...........................81-84 E Eaddy, Marcus.................................. 09 Ebron, Charles ...........................71-72 Ebron, Gary ............................... 91, 94 Eddington, Ray ............................... 98 Edmonds, James.......................01-04 Edwards, Marcellus .................84-85 Edwards, Steven ............................. 77 Egerton, Tim ..............................85-89 Elden, Kurt .................................05- 06 Elko, Nick.....................................09-11 Ellis, Chad ...................................04-05 Ellis, Mitch ........................................ 96 Ellison, Antoine.........................95-96 Empty, Gregory .............................. 79 Empty, Norman .............................. 73 Epps, Eddie ................................75-77 Essington, Sean ....................... 93, 94 Evans, Floyd .............................. 03, 04 Evans, George ................................. 34 Evans, Michael ......................... 76, 77 Everett, Willie ........................... 95, 96 Everett, Octavius...................... 06, 07 Ewing, Steve ............................. 78, 80

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F Fairfax, Kennis ................................. 82 Farmer, Roderick.......................96-99 Felton, Corey ............................ 88, 90 Felton, Darren ................... 85, 86, 88 Ferguson, Lemuel ....................70-72 Ferguson, Quentin...................08-11 Fields, Derrick .................................. 86 Fields, Donald.................................. 77 Fields, Glenn ..............................95-97 Fisher, Andre ................................... 77 Fisher, Neil ........................................ 03 Fleming, Eugene............... 71, 72, 75 Flickinger, Riley..........................07-09 Folke, Matt ................................ 00, 01 Foote, Darrell ................................... 92 Foraker, Dan ..............................96-00 Ford, Calvin................................ 01, 02 Ford, Dave...................................75-77 Ford, Glen ......................................... 88 Fortes, Quintin...........................09-11 Foster, Brandon............................... 09 Foster, Dwayne .........................90-92 Foster, Dylan .................................... 95 Foster, Maurice .........................98-01 Fountain, Derek .............................. 88 Foust, Benjamin .......................79-80 Francis, Andrei ..........................01-04 Francis, Michael .............................. 77 Franks, John ..................................... 73 Fraizer, Dashawn............................. 07 Frasier, Morris................................... 11 Frazier, Keon .................................... 03 Frazier, Lernell............................02-03 Freeman, Greg ................................ 96 Freeman, Kenneth ......................... 73 Freeman, William ........................... 49 Freyburger, Jim ............................... 88 Friend, Byron .............................79-81 Frye, Anthony.............................09-11 Fuentes, James ............................... 98 G Gable, Michael ..........................06-09 Gadson, Salahuddin...................... 09 Gaertner, Peter .........................04-07 Gaines, Nathaniel.....................86-88 Gaines, Palmer ..........................70-72 Gaines, Richard................................ 99 Galardi, Nick..................................... 00 Gardner, Germar ..................... 99, 01 Garland, Nathaniel ..................70-72 Garrett, Ken ...................................... 82 Garver, Corey ................................... 05 Gaskins, William ............................. 70 Gavin, Sean ...................................... 82 George, Bennie ............................... 47 German, Ricky ................................. 80 Gibbs, Charlie ............................78-80 Gibbs, Walter ............................ 99, 00 Gibson, Coleman ........................... 85 Giesler, Jarin.............................. 06, 08 Giles, Reggie ...................... 91, 93, 94 Gilfi llian, Basil ................................. 66 Gilles, Patrick .............................98-01 Gilmore, Clem.................................. 82 Glascoe, Keith ................................. 84 Glaud, Anthony.........................08-10 Glemser, Paul ................................... 74 Glenn, Clark...................................... 56 Glisson, Gerald ..........................93-95 Glover, Lige....................................... 51 Goafrey, William.............................. 63 Goffigan, Randy ............................. 77 Goodall, William ............................. 55 Goodman, Earl ......................... 75, 77

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Goodman, Michael........................ 00 Goodwine, Lucious ..........73, 75-77 Goodwyn, Recharde ...............01-04 Gordon, Landall....................... 71, 72 Gould, Louis ...............................96-98 Graham, Derrid ............................... 94 Graham, James .........................96-99 Grant, Avery................................08-09 Grant, Kelvin..................................... 06 Grassi, Giovanni ............................. 05 Graves, Joseph ..........................02-03 Graves, Terry...............................78-81 Gray, Tim......................................82-85 Gray, Vada ......................................... 81 Green, Akeem ...........................04-07 Green, Jadira..............................09-11 Green, Joseph ...........................71-72 Green, Kevin...............................09-10 Greene, Walter ................................ 57 Greenlea, Cordie............... 85, 86, 88 Greenwood, Tyrone ................01-03 Gresham, Reshard....................07-08 Griffin, Chris ...............................97-98 Griffin, David ................................... 75 Griffin, Gregory......................... 71, 72 Griffin, Lilton..................................... 83 Griffin, Tony....................................... 81 Griggs, William...........................06-08 Grinnage, John ............................... 60 Grogan, Dwayne............................. 00 Gross, Lynnard................................. 82 Gunter, Rodney............................... 11 Guy, Donel........................................ 58 H Hackley, Paul ................................... 93 Hailey, Sim ........................................ 95 Hairston, Air .................................... 98 Hakanoglu, Cuneyt ....................... 95 Halden, Donald............................... 77 Hale, Perry ................................ 90, 91 Hale, Rueben..............................09-11 Hall, George...................................... 81 Hall, Marvin....................................... 82 Halstead, Raheem.......................... 96 Halt, James ............................... 80, 81 Hamby, Ronald ....................... 76, 77 Hamilton, Allen ............................. 66 Hamilton, Andrew.......................... 04 Hamilton, Cornell.................... 75, 76 Hamiter, Uhuru.................. 91, 93, 94 Hampton, Stephon................. 07, 08 Hankerson, Charles........................ 93 Hanks, Kevin .............................98-00 Hardcastle, James ......................... 38 Harden, Zachery................96, 98-00 Hardy, Emanuel .............................. 99 Harman, Baron................... 77, 79, 80 Harrell, Tracey..................... 88, 90, 91 Harrington, Ernest.......................... 96 Harris, Ahmad............................08-09 Harris, Andy .............................. 88, 91 Harris, Charles.................................. 77 Harris, Chester.......................... 96, 97 Harris, Clarence............................... 56 Harris, Eric ......................................... 82 Harris, James.................................... 93 Harris, Joe .................................. 93, 94 Harris, Joel......................................... 97 Harris, Keith................................82-85 Harris, Kenya ............................. 90, 92 Harris, Lewis ..................................... 81 Harris, Milton ............................ 01, 02 Harris, Paul ....................................... 87 Harrison, Eric .............................90-94 Harrison, Reginald............ 73, 75, 76 Harrison-Dixon, MacAdoo.....93-95

Harrell, David ................................... 84 Hart, Alan........................................... 11 Hart, Hutchinson ........................... 50 Hart, Stephen ........................... 85, 87 Harvey, Brandon.......................10-11 Hassell, George ............................... 00 Hatcher, Michael...................... 84, 85 Hawthorne, Robert........................ 71 Hayes, Norman.................. 71, 72, 75 Haygood, Corey ...................... 02, 03 Haynes, Steven ................. 94, 95, 97 Haynie, Ronike ................................ 00 Haywood, Braheim..................08-09 Headley, Fritz.................................... 09 Heath, Wallace ................................ 80 Heflin, Victor ..............................79-82 Height, Derrick ............................... 81 Henderson, Billy ............................ 05 Henry, Dwayne..........................82-85 Herrod, Donta.................................. 08 Hicks, Darryl................................09-10 Hicks, Gary .................................81-84 Hicks, George................................... 75 Hicks, J.J............................................. 08 Hicks, Joey ........................................ 92 Hicks, Julius ...................................... 91 Hicks, Marvin ............................ 88, 90 Hicks, Morris...............................90-94 Hicks, Stanley................................... 76 Hill, Dennis .................................93-96 Hill, James......................................... 80 Hill, Kyen............................................ 90 Hill, Nathan ...................................... 52 Hillard, Connie ........... 71, 72, 76, 77 Hines, Elvis.......................... 85, 87, 88 Hines, Errich............................... 84, 85 Hines, Pat ....................................90-93 Hinson, John ................................... 98 Hinson, Tyrone ................................ 81 Hinton, Herman........................09-11 Hinton, Matt..................................... 06 Hobbs, Mark..................................... 82 Hoggard, Jon..............................98-01 Hogsten, James........................ 63, 64 Holiday, Steve.................................. 81 Holland, Corey ......................... 95, 96 Hollaway, Jashon............................ 09 Holness, Stephen............................ 09 Hood, Charles ...........................92-94 Hood, Ken................................... 90, 91 Hoover, Terrance ......................84-87 Hopkins, Stephon.................... 05, 06 Horace, Matthew............................ 81 Horsey, Albert............................97-00 Horton, Darrell ................................ 00 House, Robert ......................... 86, 87 Houston, Derik ................................ 76 Houston, Lawrence .................77-79 Hovington, Ronnie ..................98-01 Howard, Luther ....................... 71, 72 Howard, Marcus .......................96-00 Howland, Phil ........................... 76, 77 Hubbard, Derrick ........................... 85 Hudson, Brandon.....................06-08 Hudson, Ernest .........................02-04 Hudson, Leonard ........................... 70 Hughes, David .................. 97, 99, 00 Hunt, Donald.................................... 82 Hunt, Keith........................................ 09 Hunter, Keith.................................... 11 Hursey, John ..............................90-92 Hurst, Tyron................................06-09 Hutchins, Corey.........................98-01 Hutchins, Robert ............................ 51 I Imeokparia, Omonigho..........02-06

Ingram, James ................................. 85 Ingram, John............................. 75, 76 Irvin, Alphonse ............................... 70 Izebere, David.................................. 09 J Jackson, Damion ............................ 98 Jackson, Don .............................82-86 Jackson, Darius..........................08-11 Jackson, Eric..................................... 08 Jackson, Everett ...................... 71, 72 Jackson, Gilbert............................... 48 Jackson, Greg ............................00-04 Jackson, Jamaal ........................99-02 Jackson, Jamelle ............................ 98 Jackson, Omar ..........................95-98 Jackson, Phillip .........................75-77 Jackson, Rasheed ........................... 96 Jackson, Rashon....................... 06, 08 Jackson, Richard ............................ 73 Jackson, Ron.............................. 88, 90 Jackson, Wayne............................... 82 Jackson-Bey, Donald.............. 95, 96 Jacobs, David .................................. 99 James, Charles ................................ 73 James, Edward.......................... 89, 90 James, Glenn ................................... 70 James, Glenn..............................93-95 James, J.E........................................... 90 Jamison, Cliff............................. 91, 92 Jarmon, Brian ........................... 90, 91 Jarvis, Keith ........................ 91, 94, 95 Jean, Ed ............................................. 96 Jefferson, John .........................00-02 Jeffery, Stevie................................... 02 Jenifer, Sam....................................... 10 Jenkins, Alex..................................... 73 Jenkins, Antoine....................... 01, 02 Jenkins, Brian .................................. 01 Jenkins, Bryan.................................. 96 Jenkins, Dwayne ......................00-03 Jenkins, Lamar...........................95-99 Jenkins, Nazir................................... 01 Jenson, Jon................................ 91, 94 Jeter, Emmett................................... 55 Jiles, Henry........................................ 55 Johnson, Andrew..................... 75, 77 Johnson, Brandon.......................... 05 Johnson, Chris...........................09-11 Johnson, Craig ..........................90-92 Johnson, Deon................................ 07 Johnson, Dion ...........................91-92 Johnson, Erik ................................... 05 Johnson, Gregory........................... 70 Johnson, Gregory...... 87, 88, 90, 91 Johnson, Herbert ........................... 81 Johnson, Jonathon .................91-92 Johnson, Kristian............................ 09 Johnson, Lee .............................85-88 Johnson, Marc...........................91-92 Johnson, Mark................................. 83 Johnson, Nathaniel ....................... 48 Johnson, Reggie.......................86-88 Johnson, Roger.........................82-86 Johnson, Stephen........................... 08 Johnson, Terry........................... 88, 90 Johnson, Teddy ........................95-98 Johnson, Tim.................................... 86 Johnson, Vaughn..................... 92, 94 Johnson, Victor ............................... 70 Jones, Albert ............................. 01, 02 Jones, Anthony .........................75-78 Jones, Brian....................................... 00 Jones, Byarie..................................... 70 Jones, Cameron ........................02-05 Jones, Cedric..............................93-96 Jones, Chris ................................82-86

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Jones, Craig.................................92-95 Jones, Corey .................................... 98 Jones, Dante...............................97-99 Jones, Darrell .............................95-97 Jones, David.............................. 89, 90 Jones, David...............................02-05 Jones, Dennis.............................92-95 Jones, Erick .................................06-09 Jones, Erik ...................................90-93 Jones, Faith ...................................... 75 Jones, Fernander............................ 99 Jones, Jaashawn........................08-11 Jones, Garfield ................................ 70 Jones, Jamaal.............................05-07 Jones, James.............................. 71, 72 Jones, Kareem........................... 07, 08 Jones, Keith ...................................... 84 Jones, Odell...................................... 73 Jones, Reggie................................... 87 Jones, Stephen ............................... 92 Jones, Timmy ................................... 92 Jones, William.................................. 70 Jones, Will................................... 02, 03 Jordan, Deno.................................... 86 Joyner, Bruce ................................... 82 Joyner, Johnny................... 76, 78, 79 Judkins, Neal .............................84-86 Justice, Henry............................ 71, 72 K Kaiser, Ed..................................... 90, 91 Kano, Marco................................10-11 Kappel, Franz.......................80, 82-84 Kargbo, Mike..............................95-98 Kearse, Allen .................................... 76 Keating, Jared .......................... 02, 03 Kebesa, Garald................................. 70 Keitt, Josh .................................. 04, 05 Kellum, Damon......................... 86, 87 Kelly, Marlon..................................... 11 Kelly, Rudy ................................. 71, 72 Kelly, Thomas............................ 78, 81 Kelly, Tyrone.............................. 05, 06 Kemmerlin, Ralph.................... 76, 77 Kemp, Kellen..............................06-09 Kennard, Andre........................ 06, 07 Kenner, Anthony ............................ 85 Kern, Kenny ...................................... 05 Keys, David ....................................... 75 Kirby, DJamal.............................06-08 King, Devin .................................92-94 King, Grayland...........................96-00 King, Jeff ........................................... 86 King, Robert...................................... 11 King, Sherman.......................... 85, 86 King, Stacy ........................................ 86 King, Terris ........................................ 78 King, Timothy ............................78-81 Kirby, Djamal............................. 04, 05 Kitchen, William ............................. 85 Korpoi, Sam................................02-04 Kuti, David ........................................ 00 L Lake, Bryant ...............................82-84 Lake, Jeff ........................................... 93 Lamar, Sydney ................................ 87 Lambert, Larry ................................ 72 Land, John...................................64-66 Lane, Joe ..............................80, 82-84 Lane, John ................................. 86, 87 Langdon, Ryan..........................09-11 Langrell, Robert............................... 69 Lankford, Tim.............................82-84 Lanovette, Dave ............................. 82 Lawrence, Larry ........................02-05 Layfield, Kelly ........................... 94, 95


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ALL-TIME ROSTER Layton, Dennis.......................... 75, 76 Lea, Chris ....................................88-91 Leary, Solomon................................ 93 Lee, Bennie ................................93-95 Lee, Gregory.............................. 77, 80 Lee, James ..................................84-85 Lee, Gerald ....................................... 90 Lee, Kevin ............................88, 90-92 Lee, Leon ....................................82-84 Lee, Mike............................................ 01 Lee, P.J................................................. 86 Lee, Teon ........................................... 87 Lee, Tywan...................................10-11 Lester, Kevin .................................... 89 Lester, Rod ..................................80-82 Lewis, Bill .......................................... 91 Lewis, Byron................................09-11 Lewis, Darnell.............................96-97 Lewis, George ................................. 71 Lewis, Jason ...............................86-88 Lewis, Robbie .................................. 75 Ligon, Greg................................ 06, 09 Lingo, Felton.................................... 62 Lipford, Evan .............................04-05 Lipscomb, Frank ............................. 82 Little, Aldrich ................................... 61 Little, Morgan................................... 61 Lochner, Nick..............................08-09 Locke, Warren.............................80-82 Lockhart, Kimoni .................... 95, 97 London, Robert ........................93-96 Loney, Charles ...........................84-87 Loomis, Tyler..................................... 11 Lopes, Shane.................................... 05 Lopez, Mario..................................... 87 Lucas, Russell .................................. 85 Lundi, Charles .......................... 04, 05 Lugollo, Andre...........................86-88 Luten, Walter ................................... 76 Lyons, Ronnie................................... 70 M MacDonald, Osborne ................... 76 Mack, Anthony .............................. 93 Mack, Marvin.................................... 73 Madric, Paul................................70-72 Malashevich, Bill ............................ 95 Malloy, Ronald................................. 75 Maloney, Mike...........................06-09 Manful, Nana...................... 92, 93, 95 Manley, Danzel..........................10-11 Manning, Ahmir ............................. 05 Marc, Emmanuel ......................05-06 Marshall, Marc............................91-92 Martin, Johnny..........................07-09 Mason, Calvin.............................77-80 Mason, Richard ........................ 99, 00 Mason, Ricky..............................78-80 Mathis, Ron..........................02, 04-06 Matthews, Aaron............................ 92 Matthews, Rahsaan .................96-00 Maul, Jay ........................................... 79 Maull, Leonard.......................... 71, 72 Maull, Oliver...............................82-85 Mayers, Craig .............................80-82 Mayes, Willie .................................... 82 McAfee, Omar .......................... 92, 93 McBall, Marc .................................... 90 McBride, Cameron.......................... 06 McBride, Shaheer ....................04-07 McCants, Darnerian.................96-00 McCauley, Terrance ................ 91, 92 McClain, James.................. 93, 95, 96 McClain, Kenny..........................99-02 McClain, Shawn ....................... 91, 92 McCormick, Reginald ............ 75, 76 McCoy, Reggie................................. 07

McDonald, Daryl............................. 81 McElroy, Richard............................. 70 McFadden, Afumiya ................02-04 McFarlane, Osley ............................ 01 McGriff, Bruce ...........................82-85 McIntosh, Helmut.................... 94, 95 McKenzie, Fred ............................... 50 McLaurin, Cory ............................... 96 McLaurin, Craig........................ 92, 93 McLean, Dana........................... 92, 93 McMullian, Charles......................... 01 McNeil, Bernard .................73, 75-77 McNeil, Derrick .........................05-08 McQueen, Tahree..................... 09, 11 McReynolds, Marchand ............... 91 McRoberts, Mike ..................... 71, 72 Medley, Karl ..................................... 01 Mendes, Joe................................07-09 Meredith, William........................... 82 Merritt, Ronald ............................... 81 Middlebrooks, Freddie ..........01-05 Miles, Mark................................. 93, 95 Miller, Dion ....................................... 95 Miller, Ken-Won.........................02-06 Miller, Parrish.................................... 06 Miller, Robert .................................. 75 Miller, Shannon............................... 99 Miller, Wilbert................................... 59 Millhouse, Jermaine ..................... 99 Milligan, Gavin...........................87-89 Mills, Brian......................................... 11 Mills, Jonathan...........................10-11 Milstead, Rod ............................88-91 Mims, Demitrius ............................. 88 Mims, Tommie.......................... 99, 00 Minault, Reginald ....................87-90 Miner, Calvin...............................08-11 Mirando, Tim.................................... 90 Mitchell, Barry............................97-00 Mitchell, Justin...........................01-03 Mitchell, Lonnie............................... 75 Mitchell, Preston............................. 05 Mitchell, Shahn..........................90-92 Mitchell, Vance..........................70-72 Mitchem, Michael .......................... 92 Moffatt, Fred .................................... 91 Moffett, David............................96-97 Moore, Ananias .............................. 79 Moore, Andre .................................. 01 Moore, Davon............................10-11 Moore, Gordon..........................82-84 Moore, James.............................91-94 Moore, Joseph.......................... 71, 72 Moore, Larrone..........................07-10 Moore, William................................. 99 Monroe, Ronald .............................. 73 Mons, Isaac....................................... 75 Montgomery, Darius .................... 94 Montgomery, Lawrence............... 93 Morgan, Arlington....................87-88 Morgan, Everett........................82-85 Morgan, Phil...............................06-08 Morgan, Ray .................................... 86 Morgan, Richard.......................87-88 Morris, Antoine ............................... 93 Morris, DaShaun ..................... 01, 02 Morris, Isaiah ............................ 95, 96 Morris, Richard.......................... 77, 81 Morris, Steve ..............................86-90 Morrison, Jermaine........................ 08 Mosley, Anthony.......................90-91 Mosley, Ben....................................... 95 Mosely, Michael............................... 03 Mosley, Rick................................96-97 Motley, Felmon................................ 48 Muckle, Andrew.............................. 88 Muradymov, Nail......................09-11

Murry, Albert.................................... 84 Murray, Michael.........................87-91 Murray, William ............................... 58 N Napier, Kevin ................................... 81 Neal, Derrick ..............................92-94 Neal, Nathaniel .........................77-80 Nelson, Neil.................................77-78 Nelson, Zwardie.......................03- 04 Nemeth, Matt.............................96-99 Newell, Keith..............................09-11 Newman, John..........................07-08 Newton, Edgar................................. 02 Niblack, James ................................ 81 Noel, Dean..................................91-92 North, Mike ................................70-72 Norville, Lennox........................06-07 O O’Hara, Tom...................................... 82 O’Neal, Dana.............................. 96, 97 Olfus, Jeffery .................................... 94 Oliphant, Sharod...................... 02, 03 Oliver, Lamarr................................... 94 Ortt, Nick .......................................... 99 Owens, Jasper............................00-02 Oyedele, Olufemi......................00-03 P Page, Solon................................ 84, 85 Pakinson, Dave..........................85-88 Palmer, Dale................................70-72 Palmer, Eric........................................ 85 Palmer, Eugene................................ 09 Pappas, John.................................... 03 Parham, Alfred.......................... 81, 82 Parke, Mike........................................ 70 Parker, James ................................... 55 Parker, James............................. 06, 08 Parker, Omar........................93, 95-97 Parkinson, David ............................ 85 Parsley, Craig .............................87-89 Paskins, Dan .............................. 85, 87 Patrick, Cedeno .............................. 04 Patrick, Jeff........................................ 92 Patterson, Brian.........................95-97 Paul, William ..............................70-72 Payton, Justin................................... 95 Peace, Keith...................................... 84 Pierce, Travis...............................02-05 Pendergrass, Vince...................92-94 Penick, Frank..............................95-97 Perkins, Jamal............................94-97 Perry, Alex...................................10-11 Perry, Clay ...................................96-98 Perry, Dermont..........................94-97 Petion, Luke............................... 06, 07 Pettiford, Jamal.........................88-91 Pharr, Emmette ............................... 58 Pickett, Nafis...............................08-09 Picott, Doug...................................... 81 Pierce, Travis...............................02-05 Pinkett, Jerome ........................57-60 Pinkett, Scott.................................... 85 Pittan, Ray ................................. 90, 91 Pitts, John ......................................... 58 Plater, Michael ......................... 89, 90 Plenty, Leonadus..................... 76, 78 Pless, Rodney .................................. 98 Plummer, James ............................. 98 Plunkett, Jerome ............................ 01 Polk, Ato.......................................98-01 Pollard, Phillip............................02-05 Pollard, Theodore .......................... 87 Pollins, John ..................................... 93 Ponder, Marcus..........................08-11

Pope, Josh...................................06-08 Poplos, Chuck ...........................92-94 Popp, James .................................... 98 Porcher, Jamal.................................. 10 Postell, Jeff ..........................03-05, 07 Potts, Alonzo.................................... 78 Powell, Arandre ........................85-87 Powell, Curtis, Sr. ......................72-75 Powell, Curtis, Jr........................01-03 Powell, Mark..................................... 73 Powell, Michael............................... 90 Powell, Robert.................................. 81 Powell, Willis..................................... 48 Presbury, Robert.......................84-87 Pressley, O’Neal.........................85-88 Pressley, Stephon........................... 11 Pratt, Raymond ............................... 51 Primas, Charles .........................84-87 Prince, Charles................................. 90 Prince, Lorne ..................... 88, 90, 92 Prince, Russell ................................. 87 Proctor, Justin ...........................85-88 Pulliam, Brandon............................ 99 Pulliam, George........................ 98, 00 Purnsley, Brandon....................08-10 Q Queen, Steve.................................... 98 Quiggs, Brian ................................... 95 Quinn, Aaron .............................98-00 R Ramsey, Herbert............................. 53 Randall, Brian ............................90-93 Randall, Jason............................07-09 Randolph, Shaun......................95-96 Randolph, Stanley................... 70, 73 Redding, James ........................88-92 Reed, Doug.................................90-91 Reed, Paul.......................................... 75 Reese, Paxton ............................93-95 Reeves, Russell...........................03-07 Reid, Dorrence ................................ 00 Render, Jerry ................................... 73 Rendle, Mike..................................... 10 Reynolds, Marcus ............. 02, 04, 05 Reynolds, Raphael.......................... 09 Rheubottom, Deon .................01-05 Rhodes, Willie .................... 76, 77, 80 Richardson, Aaron....................09-11 Richardson, Zeno ........................... 43 Richmond, Nick ........................05-09 Riddick, Michael .......................87-88 Riddick, Reginald .....................87-91 Riley, Chris ........................................ 88 Riley, Conrad ................................... 56 Riley, Daren ................................91-92 Roach, Al .....................................94-95 Roache, Bryson..........................05-06 Roberts, Marc .................................. 76 Roberts, Martin ............................... 36 Robinson, Anthony ....................... 92 Robinson, Carl ...........................84-86 Robinson, Clinton........................... 93 Robinson, David.............................. 98 Robinson, Donald ...................77-80 Robinson, Ernest............................. 09 Robinson, Harry ...................... 86, 87 Robinson, Kimani........................... 11 Robinson, Kirk ................................. 96 Robinson, Lybrant ...................84-87 Robinson, Paul ......................... 88, 89 Robinson, Ryan ........................03-07 Robertson, Napolean..............87-90 Rodriguez, Jordan.......................... 11 Rolle, Kelvin .............................. 76, 77 Rolle, Venson ................................... 98

Romain, James...........................07-08 Rome, Duane................................... 98 Rosario, Saul..................................... 03 Rose, Allen ........................................ 73 Rose, Steven ..............................87-89 Ross, Melvin ..................................... 84 Ross, William ..............................99-03 Rosseau, James..........................09-11 Rothwell, Reggie.......................03-04 Rouse, Kelly ................................05-07 Roveda, Richard.............................. 73 Rowe, Aquil ...................................... 96 Rowe, John .................................81-82 Roy, Rodney................................04-05 Rudd, Larry .................................77-78 Ruffin, Anthony .............................. 87 Ruffin, Bruce..................................... 11 Rumley, Shane...........................04-05 Russell, Akiel ..............................05-08 Ryan, Mitchell .......................... 04, 05 Rykard, Joseph ............................... 70 Ryles, Donald .................................. 87 S Sabir, Shadeed ................................ 05 Sales, Trevor...................................... 10 Sammuels, Kevin .................... 81, 84 Samules, Walter ........................80-81 Sanders, James .........................02-03 Sanders, Marquese......................... 10 Santanna, Henry ............................ 87 Saunders, Blake ........................02-05 Saunders, Damon........................... 88 Savage, Darnell ............................... 88 Savage, Keith.................................... 85 Savedge, Dennis.......................03-07 Schenck, Edward............................ 48 Schofield, Murdock ....................... 56 Scott, Cory......................................... 11 Scott, Kevin ................................77-78 Scott, Matt...................................09-11 Scott, Matthew .........................04-05 Scudder, Greg.................................. 85 Sears, Chris..................................06-08 Sears, Gary........................................ 80 Segars, Kendall......................... 91, 92 Sehiavoni, Joe ................................. 82 Seth, Stanley .................................... 78 Sewell, Eric .................................05-09 Sewell, Vincent ........................ 01, 02 Seymour, Eric .................................. 80 Shaddow, Jon-Michael.......... 99, 00 Shakoor, Calvin................................ 91 Sharpe, Anthony.......................80-82 Shaw, Lamar...............................10-11 Shaw, Ron ......................................... 81 Sheffield, Johnny ........................... 76 Shell, Bennie .......................73, 75-77 Shepard, Dominic.....................10-11 Sheppard, William.......................... 04 Sheppard, Willie .......................84-87 Shockley, Earnest .....................93-95 Shorts, Dakiel................................... 91 Show, Ronnie ............................76-78 Showell, Malcolm..............86-88, 90 Shrewsbury, Adam...................05-07 Sifford, Allen..................................... 91 Simmons, Patrick............................ 84 Simms, Cory...................................... 88 Sims, William............................. 92, 94 Singh, Chris ................................04-07 Singletary, Anthony.................95-97 Singleterry, Darrell.................. 88, 89 Singleton, Clayton ......................... 67 Singleton, Derrick ....................01-05 Sirmons, Victor ......................... 81, 82

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Slaughter, Ronnie .......................... 98 Slawik, Mel ....................................... 77 Slay, Samuel ..................................... 70 Smith, Albert ................................... 57 Smith, Amanuel ............................. 05 Smith, Andre ............................ 03, 04 Smith, Anthony............................... 11 Smith, Chester.......................... 81, 82 Smith, Derrick ................................. 86 Smith, George ...........................01-05 Smith, JoShaun ........................96-99 Smith, Kimani ................................. 01 Smith, Michael...........................75-78 Smith, Nathaniel ......................90-92 Smith, Robert .................................. 70 Smith, Ronnie ...........................00-02 Smith, Sam ................................ 04, 05 Smith, Shelton................... 75, 76, 78 Smith, Tim.................................. 91, 92 Smith, Troi......................................... 08 Smith, William.................................. 82 Sneed, Andrew ............................... 78 Sokotoski, Gary .............................. 94 Sonabria, JosĂŠ ..........................94,-95 Spann, Marquis.........................09-11 Spann, Tyrone ................................. 73 Speaks, Thomas .............................. 78 Spears, Aaron............................ 92-93 Spence, James ..........................01-03 Spencer, Patrick............................... 81 Spicer, Matt.................................09-11 Spinner, Baron ......................... 95, 96 Spinner, Ronn ...........................05-08 Spriggs, Chris ........................... 91, 92 Sprinkle, Daniel............................... 92 Stackhouse, Wayne ................ 97, 98 Stancil, Darald ...........................91-94 Staples, Terry.................................... 81 Staton, Darrell ................................. 92 Stehman, Matthew........................ 90 Steinbacher, Steven.................06-09 Stephen, Calvin ....................... 76, 78 Stephens, Darryl ..................... 86, 87 Stephens, William........................... 48 Stephenson, Ralston .................... 99 Stevens, Gary................................... 84 Stevenson, Alphonso, Sr.............. 50 Stevenson, Russell .................. 70, 71 Steward, Preston.......................87-91 Stewart, Emilio ........................ 04, 05 Stewart, Sidney ........................98-02 Still, Demetrius................................ 09 Still, Mark........................................... 93 Stith, Kenneth ................................. 01 Stokes, Corey ................................... 93 Stone, John ................................84-87 Stowe, Carl ....................................... 88 Strother, Chris............................07-08 Strong, Jimmie .........................62-65 Strums, Jerome..........................06-09 Suarez, Edward ............................... 01 Sudder, Greg.................................... 84 Sullivan, Kii .................................93-94 Summers, Trevor.......................90-92 Sutton, John...............................09-10 Swann, Pedro .................................. 70 Swift, Charles .................................. 88 Swoope, Bobby ........................81-82 Sykes, Henry ............................. 90, 92 Symister, Tyron ............................... 93

Tanner, David................................... 90 Tarpley, Travis.............................09-11 Taylor, Charles.................................. 90 Taylor, Harley ........................................ Taylor, John ................................82-85 Taylor, Marc................................ 96, 97 Taylor, Mike....................................... 02 Taylor, Ollie ......................... 03, 04, 07 Taylor, William Jason ...............02-05 Teasley, Johnny .............................. 01 Teel, Quincy ..................................... 96 Teel, William............................... 84, 85 Tench, Bernard................................. 04 Tiedemann, Troy ..................... 81, 82 Tilghman, Dujuan ....................82-85 Tilghman, John................................ 88 Thomas, Clayton ..................... 93, 94 Thomas, Curtis...........................92-94 Thomas, Hargis................................ 41 Thomas, Henry................................ 80 Thomas, James.................. 88, 90, 91 Thomas, Mike................................... 73 Thomas, Mitchell................................. Thompson, Anthony.............. 77, 78 Thompson, Bill ................................ 73 Thompson, Derrick .................81-84 Thompson, Floyd ........................... 80 Thompson, Fred ............................. 86 Thompson, LeRoy ....................90-92 Thompson, Walt....................... 88, 90 Thorne, Fabian ......................... 94, 95 Thorne, Neville................................ 96 Thornton, George........................... 93 Thornton, James.......................78-81 Thornton, Mitch.............................. 92 Thornton, Rondell ......................... 94 Threadgill, Thomas...................09-11 Tippens, Justin ................................ 96 Tillison, Chris............................. 89, 90 Todd, Leroy....................................... 77 Tolliver, Barrington...................99-01 Tolliver, Calvin............................08-09 Tolson, Lenier............................ 99, 00 Toppin, Orlando.............................. 90 Toth, Michael ................................... 02 Tribbett, Kenneth........................... 75 Trader, Brian...................................... 85 Trammel, Thalamus .................94-96 Trotman, Shawn ............................. 93 Trott, Curtis ................................84-86 Trott, Jamel ................................02-06 Tucker, Clinton................................. 92 Tucker, Darren ...........................88-90 Tucker, Marlin............................ 95, 96 Tullis, Walter............................... 73, 75 Tumor, Lance.................................... 84 Tunsil, Kadafi ........................... 05, 06 Tunstill, Tom .............................. 91, 92 Turner, Casper ................................. 80 Turner, Chet ..................................... 91 Turner, Donald ..........................86-90 Turner, Harrington ................. 78, 79 Turner, James ........................... 77, 78 Turner, Walter .................................. 70 Tyler, Alphonso ........................ 90, 91 Tyler, Jonel ................................ 80, 81 Tynes, Darriel ................................... 00

T Tabb, Tavis...................................07-11 Talbert, Terrell............................09-10 Tallon, Brian ..................................... 86 Talor, Wayne .................................... 81

V Venable, David ................................ 98 Veney, Fernando ......................81-84 Vestal, James.................................... 57 Victor, Cedric ................................... 01

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W Wainwright, Eric........................87-89 Waldemar, Vernal............................ 84 Walker, Andre .................................. 96 Walker, Derrick ..........................96-99 Walker, Keith .................................... 81 Walker, Kenny .......................... 93, 97 Walker, Mike .......................84-86, 88 Walker, Treoun ................................ 01 Wallace, Jarrod..........................02-05 Wallace, Troy..................................... 06 Waller, Tracy ..................................... 81 Walters, Tavaris ........................ 98, 01 Walts, Ronald .................................. 70 Ward, Mitchell.................................. 11 Ware, Marc .................................87-90 Warren, Samuel ........................79-81 Warton, Osceola.............................. 60 Washington, Brandon .................. 82 Washington, Phillip........................ 85 Washington, Thomas ................... 79 Waters, Samuel .........................70-72 Wathing, Thane.........................90-93 Watkins, Jackie..........................06-08 Watkins, Reggie.........................98-00 Watson, Bert ..............................90-93 Watson, Jomah..........................09-10 Watson, Kenneth .................... 86, 87 Watson, Robert................................ 70 Watson, Tony ..................... 87, 90, 91 Watson, Wendell ......................87-90 Weather, Clarence ......................... 80 Weaver, Ronnie ............................... 81 Webb, Albert.................................... 11 Weber, Bret ................................79-81 Webster, Dana.................................. 02 West, Dayne .............................. 04, 05 West, Tyrone .................................... 70 Wheeler, David ................. 82, 83, 85 Whitaker, Aaron ............................. 04 Whitaker, John ......................... 01, 02 White, Herbert ..........................89-91 White, Howard ................................ 78 White, Keith................................71-73 White, Thomas.......................... 71, 72 White, Will ................................. 05, 06 Whitfield, Anthony ........................ 92 Whitley, Thomas........................81-84 Whitlock, Alvin ............................... 90 Wichlinski, Jeff ......................... 92, 93 Wilder, Alimayo ........................05-08 Wilder, Izeem ................................... 96 Wilder, Matt ...............................93-96 Wilkerson, James ........................... 56 Wilkerson, Ronnie ...................93-96 Wilkins, Felix ..............................01-04 Williams, Andre ........................82-86 Williams, Charles ............................ 73 Williams, Curtis .........................88-90 Williams, Darryl............................... 80 Williams, Dwight............................. 70 Williams, Ed ................................82-86 Williams, Elbie.................................. 11 Williams, Eric .............................98-00 Williams, Gerald....................... 73, 76 Williams, James .............................. 04 Williams, Jason .........................93-96 Williams, Jonathan......................... 01 Williams, Kelly ...........................76-79 Williams, Kevin................................. 81 Williams, Larry ..........................70-72 Williams, Lester .........................71-73 Williams, Luqman ................... 99, 00 Williams, Malcolm.......................... 11 Williams, Marvin ............................. 60 Williams, Milton............................... 11 Williams, Nick.............................09-11

Williams, Richard..................... 81, 84 Williams, Robert ............................. 80 Williams, Ronald ............................. 73 Williams, Steve ................................ 85 Williamson, Donald ....................... 70 Willingham, Bryan.......................... 98 Willis, Ryan................................. 06, 07 Wills, Toris ......................................... 94 Wills, Wooten .................................. 82 Wilson, Chris .................................... 84 Wilson, Chris...............................95-97 Wilson, Justin.............................09-11 Wilson, Ronald ................................ 91 Wilson, Steven ................................ 70 Wilson, Sylvester ............................ 87 Winfield, Jason...........................88-91 Wing, Troy ...................................81-84 Winton, Vashon.........................05-08 Wood, Roy ..................................88-92 Woods, Richard .............................. 03 Woodard, Andre ............................. 98 Woodard, Raymond ...................... 51 Woodards, Delorence................... 93 Woodley, Benard ............................ 82 Woods, Carlos ...........................99-01 Worthan, Edward .....................99-01 Wright, Addidson .......................... 05 Wright, Bruce.............................85-88 Wright, Clifford .........................70-72 Wright, Gordon .............................. 65 Wright, Kenneth ...................... 73, 75 Wright, Kevin..............................86-89 Wright, Orlando....................... 71, 72 Wright, Ricardo..........................71-73 Wright, Richard................................ 55 Wright, Ronald....................77-78, 80 Wright, Stephen........................54-56 Wright, Steve..............................75-76 Wydner, William.............................. 36 Wynn, Desmond.......................82-85 Y Yarber, Brandon.........................99-02 Young, Harold....................................... Young, Larry...............................81-82 Young, Rasheen............................... 01 Younger, Colin................................. 77 Z Zarkowski, John.............................. 93 Zech, Jeremiah................................ 98 Zerrad, Kamel.............................91-92 Zoeltsch, Richard............................ 92

DSU ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME FOOTBALL INDUCTEES Name Year of Induction Henry C. Aldridge..................................1985 Ernest Anderson....................................1988 John Barber.............................................1986 John Barber, Jr. ......................................1988 Warren S. Barkley, Sr. ...........................1986 Monroe E. Barrick...................................1986 Stewart E. Beanum................................1985 Joseph Bedford......................................1985 Donald Blakey.........................................1986 George Bratcher.....................................1988 Walter Broughton..................................1986 DeCasto Brown.......................................2010 Freddie Brunson.....................................1999

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Oscar Bullock...........................................1986 John Bundy..............................................1986 Frank Burton, Jr......................................2000 Dan Candeloro.......................................1998 Earl K. Chism............................................1986 Hallie E. Coleman...................................1985 Steven Coleman.....................................2010 William Coles...........................................1986 Carl J. Collick............................................1985 William Collick (coach).........................2010 Joseph Daluz...........................................1986 Augustus Davis.......................................1986 Steve Davis...............................................2001 William H. DeCoursey..........................1985 Hurley W. Derrickson, Sr......................1985 William M. Freeman..............................1985 Bennie George (player/coach)..........1985 Lige H. Glover..........................................1986 William H. Godfrey................................1988 William E. Goodall.................................1986 Walter Greene.........................................1986 James C. Hardcastle..............................1985 Thomas Hargis........................................1985 Hutchinson Hart, Jr. .............................1986 William M. Hart.......................................1986 Cornell Harvell........................................1986 Irvin Heath...............................................1988 Victor Heflin.............................................2010 John W. Henson......................................1985 Nathan Hill...............................................1986 James Hogsten.......................................1997 Terrance Hoover..........................2011 Luther Howard.......................................2000 Robert Hunter.........................................1986 Robert C. Hutchins................................1986 Gilbert H. Jackson..................................1985 Jamaal Jackson............................2011 Glenn James............................................2001 Emmett B. Jeter......................................1986 Nate Johnson..........................................1985 Franz Kappel............................................2000 Gene Lake.................................................1999 John W. Land...........................................1987 Joe Lane....................................................2010 Alphonzo Lawson..................................1988 A. Morgan Little......................................1988 George W. Matthews............................1985 Darnerian McCants......................2011 Fred McKenzie........................................1986 Howard McKenzie.................................1999 Rod Milstead...........................................2003 Norman Moore.......................................1988 Felmon Motley.......................................1985 William Murray.......................................1986 John L. Parker..........................................1985 Emmett F. Pharr......................................1986 Jerome Pinkett.......................................1997 Chuck Poplos................................2011 Curtis Powell...........................................1998 Willis E. Powell........................................1985 Raymond Pratt........................................1986 Maurice Pritchett...................................1997 Herbert M. Ramsey...............................1986 Brian Randall................................2011 Douglas Randolph................................1988 Conrad Riley............................................1986 Martin P. Roberts....................................1985 Lybrant Robinson........................2011 William Robinson..................................1985 Edward L. Schenck................................1985 Murdock Schofield................................1986 Albert M. Scott........................................1985 William R. Stephens..............................1985 Alphonso Stevenson............................1986 Jimmy Strong..........................................1987 Thomas Swiggett..................................1985 John Taylor...............................................1998 Mitchell Thomas.....................................1985 Oliver M. Thompson.............................1986 William Thompson................................1986 Walter Tullis..................................2011 James Vestal............................................1986 Ulysses S. Washington.........................1987 James Wilkerson....................................1986 Marvin Williams......................................1986 Cal Wilson.................................................1986 Ray Woodard...........................................1986 Gordon A. Wright...................................1987 Richard Wright........................................1986 Stephen Wright......................................1999 W. Richard Wynder................................1985


Hornets

DELAWARE STATE FOOTBALL

ALL-AMERICANS FRANZ KAPPEL

JOE LANE

GENE LAKE

JOHN TAYLOR

Offensive Lineman 1981, 82-84

Defensive Tackle 1981-84

Running Back 1982-84

Wide Receiver 1982-85

1984 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican • Two-time All-MEAC First Team selection • 1984 “Sporting News” Pre-season All-America • 1984 Hornet co-captain • named DSU Most Outstanding Senior • Recorded 284 tackles (number five all-time at DSU) • Registred 17 sacks for his career (number seven at DSU) • Played in 43 consecutive contests during his career • Native of Newark, N.J.

1983, 1984 Sheridan Black College All-American 1984 Kodak All-American • 1984 MEAC Offensive Player-ofthe-Year • Two-time All-MEAC First Team selection (’83, ’84) • Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention (’83) • Led all collegiate players with 1,722 yards rushing in 1984 • Holds DSU records for singleseason (1,722) and single-game (336) rushing yards • Also holds Hornet records for rushing touchdowns in a career (35) and game (six) • Inducted into the MEAC Hall of fame in 2009 • Native of Milford, Del.

JOE BURTON

DAN CANDELORO

TERRANCE HOOVER

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Defensive Back 1983-86

Defensive Tackle 1984-86

Running Back 1984-87

Offensive Lineman 1988-91

1983, 1984 Sheridan Black College All-American • Three-time All-MEAC First Team selection (‘82, ‘83, ‘84) • Recognized as one of the top offensive linemen in the country, earning “Sporting News” Division I-AA Pre-season All-America honors in ‘84 • Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention in ‘83 • Served eight seasons as DSU’s offensive line coach (‘87-’94) • Signed with the New England Patriots following his DSU career • Native of New Castle, Del.

1986 Kodak All-American 1986 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican • Three-time All-MEAC First Team selection • Number three on DSU’s career interception list with 19 • Recorded 169 tackles for the Hornets • Native of New Castle, Del.

1985 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican 1985 AP All-American • 1985 MEAC Defensive Player of the Year • Three-time All-MEAC selection (first team - ‘84 and ‘85; second team - ‘86) • 1984 and ‘85 “Sporting News” Preseason All-America • 181 career tackles at DSU • Native of Wilmington, Del.

1985, 1986 Sheridan Black College All-American • Three-time All-MEAC First Team selection (’85, ’86, ’87) • Sporting News Pre-season AllAmerica honoree (’86) • DSU’s career rushing leader (3,517 yards) • Amassed two 1,000-yard seasons with the Hornets (1,191 in ‘87 & 1,086 in ’86) • Led all collegiate players (Div. I-A & I-AA) in rushing average (8.6 ypc) in 1985 • Native of Plainfield, N.J.

1984 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican • 1985 MEAC Offensive Player of the Year • Two-time All-MEAC selection • Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention (‘84) • Holds DSU record for receiving yards in a game (223 vs. St. Paul’s - Sept. 21, 1985) • Ranks third in DSU record book for career receiving yards (2,426) • Shares Hornet record for career touchdown receptions (33) • Third round draft pick (76th overall) of the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers in 1986 • Helped lead the 49ers to three Super Bowl titles • Native of Pennsauken, N.J.

1991 Walter Camp All-American 1991 AP All-American 1991 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican • Three-time All-MEAC First Team selection (‘89, ‘90, ‘91) • One of the top offensive lineman in team history • DSU gained 8,379 yards with Mistead on the line • Selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the fifth round of the 1992 NFL Draft (121st overall) • Played for the Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers and Washington Redskins • Native of Bryans Road, Md.

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DELAWARE STATE FOOTBALL

ALL-AMERICANS LEROY THOMPSON

BRIAN RANDALL

RAHSAAN MATTHEWS

DARNERIAN MCCANTS

Defensive End 1989-92

Defensive Back Kick-off Returner 1990-993

Quarterback 1996, 98-2000

Wide Receiver 1997-2000

1992 Kodak All-American • 1992 All-MEAC First Team selection • 1991 All-MEAC Second Team • Recorded 89 tackles and 11 sacks in 1992 • Holds DSU record for most sacks in a game (five vs. N.C. A&T Nov. 9, 1991) • Collected most sacks in a season in team history (16 in 1991) • Number three all-time at DSU in career sacks (30) • Native of Williamstown, N.J.

1993 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican 1992, 1993 AP All-American • 1992 All-MEAC DB and KR • 1993 All-MEAC DB • 1991 All-MEAC Second Team • Second in team history with 21 career interceptions • DSU career punt return leader • Seven career touchdowns • Native of Mullica Hill, N.J.

2000 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican • 2000 MEAC Offensive Player of the Year • All-MEAC First Team selection (2000) • Most prolific passer in team history • Holds DSU career records for completions (563), pass attempts (1,178), passing yards (8,073) and touchdown passes (74) • Ranks number two all-time in the MEAC in passing yards and touchdown passes • Completed 160-of-327 passes for 2,386 yards and school-record 32 touchdowns in 2000 • Native of Wilmington, Del.

DASHAUN MORRIS Wide Receiver Kick Returner 2001-02

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2002 SportsNetwork AllAmerican 2002 AP All-American • 2002 All-MEAC First Team • Set DSU record for kickoff return touchdowns in a season (three - 2002) • Recorded 708 return yards in 2002, including a career-best 92-yard return at Bucknell on Sept. 28, 2002 • Averaged 28.3 yards per return in 2002 and 25.9 for his career • Also finished DSU career with 57 catches for 1,033 yards and 10 touchdowns • Native of Orange, N.J.

2005 SBN All-American 2005 SportsNetwork All2005 Don Hansen Division American I-AA All-American 2005 AP All-American • Two-time All-MEAC First 2005 SBN All-American Team selection • 2005 All-MEAC First Team • MEAC leader and second selection in Division I-AA with 13.5 • Led MEAC in punting yards sacks as well as tied for (2,876) and number of punts seventh in the nation (65) with 19 tackles-for-loss • Averaged 44.2 yards per punt in ‘05 in 2005 • Led the MEAC with four • Recorded career-best 61-yard fumble recoveries in 2005 punt vs. Bethune-Cookman • Led DSU with 75 tackles (33 on Oct. 8, 2005 solo) in 2005 • 18 of his 65 punts were for 50 • Finished career with 179 or more yards, placing 22 tackles and 20 sacks inside the 20-yard-line • Native of St. Petersburg, Fla. • Native of Red Mountain, Ariz.

2000 SportsNetwork All-American 2000 AP All-American 2000 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican • 2000 All-MEAC First Team • Holds school record for touchdown receptions in a season (18) • Also holds school and MEAC records for touchdown catches in a game (five, twice in 2000) • Finished his DSU career with 83 catches for 1,622 yards and 26 touchdowns • Selected by the Washington Redskins in the fifth ound of the 2001 NFL Draft (154th overall) • Native of Baltimore, Md.

PETER GAERTNER Kicker 2004-07

2007 SBN All-American • 2007 All-MEAC First Team selection • 2005 All-MEAC Second Team selection • Holds DSU records for single season (19) and career field goals (43) • Led MEAC with 19 field goals in 2007 • Also was tops in the league in points by a kicker (80/6.7 pg) in 2007 • Had top field goal percentage in the MEAC in 2005 (.760) and 2007 (.762) • Native of Bakersfield, Calif.

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LARRONE MOORE Kick Returner 2007-2010 2010 Sports Network AllAmerican • 2010 All MEAC First Team • Returned two kickoffs for touchdowns in 2010 • Native of Hyattsville, Md.


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NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Phil Anderson, RB Indianapolis Colts Lamar Banks, OL Oakland Raiders Kevin Bryant, LB San Francisco 49ers Steve Coleman, DE Denver Broncos Damon Daniels, WR Cincinnati Bengals DaShane Dennis, DB/KR Carolina Panthers Steve Davis, RB Pittsburgh Steelers New York Jets Tim Egerton, WR Cincinnati Bengals Keith Glascoe, LB New York Jets Uhuru Hamiter, DL New Orleans Saints Philadelphia Eagles Houston Texans Victor Heflin, DB Denver Broncos Miami Dolphins Albert Horsey, WR Baltimore Ravens Jamaal Jackson, OL Philadelphia Eagles Chris Jones, OL New York Jets David Jones, WR San Diego Chargers Los Angeles Raiders Cleveland Browns Oakland Raiders Odell Jones, DE Denver Broncos Franz Kappel, OL New England Patriots Kenny Kern, LB Cleveland Browns Gene Lake, RB Washington Redskins Al Lawson, WR New York Jets Shaheer McBride, WR Philadelphia Eagles Darnerien McCants, WR Washington Redskins Philadelphia Eagles Baltimore Ravens Rod Milstead, OL Dallas Cowboys Cleveland Browns San Francisco 49ers Washington Redskins Derrick Neal, WR Cleveland Browns David Parkinson, PK New York Giants Curtis Powell, LB Dallas Cowboys Robert Presbury, DL Washington Redskins Philadelphia Eagles Brian Randall, DB Kansas City Chiefs Michael Riddick, RB New York Giants Lybrant Robinson, DL Washington Redskins Dallas Cowboys Malcolm Showell, DL Los Angeles Raiders Green Bay Packers Arizona Cardinals Jimmy Strong, DB Baltimore Colts John Taylor, WR San Francisco 49ers Curtis Thomas, WR New York Giants Walter Tullis, RB/WR Washington Redskins Green Bay Packers Eric Wainwright, LB Philadelphia Eagles Clarence Weathers, RB New England Patriots Cleveland Browns Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs Green Bay Packers Ed Williams, DL San Francisco 49ers Gordon Wright, OL Philadelphia Eagles New York Jets

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ARENA FOOTBALL LEAGUE 2 DaShane Dennis, DB Richmond Speed Kenneth McClain, LB Manchester Wolves Blake Saunders, DB South Georgia Wildcats

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CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE Francis Adjei, CB Hamilton Tiger Cats Reggie Barnes, RB Ottawa Roughriders Shreveport Pirates Andre Caroll, DT Winnipeg Blue Bombers Tim Egerton, WR British Columbia Lions Emmanuel Marc, RB British Columbia Lions Winnipeg Blue Bombers Montreal Alouettes Dean Noel, RB Ottawa Roughriders Brian Randall, DB Saskatchewan Roughriders Lybrant Robinson, DL Ottawa Roughriders Bennie Shell Ottawa Roughriders Leroy Thompson, LB Toronto Argonauts NFL EUROPE Kenny Kern, LB

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WORLD FOOTBALL LEAGUE John Land, RB Philadelphia Bell Ricardo Wright Philadelphia Bell

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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

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AD Candy Young is the first female to be named the Athletics Director at Delaware State University. She began her new duties on August 13, 2012. Young has been involved in intercollegiate athletics for more than 30 years, including the last six as Head Track and Field/Cross Country Coach, Senior Woman Administrator (SWA), Assistant Athletics Director, Interim AD, Associate AD and Interim Senior Associate Athletics Director at Delaware State University. As Interim Senior Associate Athletics Director, Young provided supervision and administration of 14 sports, along with strength and conditioning, and equipment. As a member of the athletic department’s senior staff team, she provided leadership, guidance and decision making input. Young helped oversee 230 student-athletes, 20 coaching personnel, and an operational budget of over $4 million. Young also served as supervisor of DSU’s “All Sports Camp”, the athletic department’s six-week summer youth camp program. As SWA, she spearheaded several programs to help promote the advancement of women in athletics. In 2010, Young helped to create the annual “Delaware Diamond Extravaganza,” which recognizes the contributions of Delawareans and those with ties to Delaware in women’s sports and education. Young also serves as a delegate in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference where she is a representative of DSU in decision making processes. She was named chairperson of the MEAC “Woman of the Year” Committee selection process in 2010. Delaware State University’s Kalyn Washburn (2010) and Jazmyne Hefflefinger (2012) have been selected as the MEAC’s Woman of the Year during Young’s tenure at DSU. In 2011, Young was submitted as a candidate from the MEAC delegation to represent the conference at the national level, and received an appointment to the Amateurism Cabinet of the NCAA.

athletics director | first season | b.s. fairleigh dickinson ‘85 | m.s. delaware state ‘08

2012-Pres. Delaware State University Athletics Director NCAA Amateurism Cabinet Member 2008-2012 Senior Associate Athletics Director/Senior Woman Administrator 2009 Interim Athletics Director 2006-2010 Women’s cross country/track and field head coach 2005-2006 California State University Assistant men’s and women’s track and field coach 2002-2004 University of Pittsburgh Assistant men’s and women’s sprint and hurdle coach 1994-2001 The Ohio State University Assistant men’s and women’s track coach 1989-1992 Seton Hall University Assistant men’s and women’s track coach

Prior to joining DSU, Young was an assistant track coach at The Ohio State University, University of Pittsburgh, Seton Hall, and Fairleigh Dickinson, all NCAA Division I institutions. She also served as an assistant coach at the University of California in Pennsylvania, a Division II program. While coaching track and field, she helped lead her teams to several Big East Conference Championship titles, ECAC titles, a host of individual Big Ten and Big East Conference Champions, NCAA All-Americans, and NCAA Champions. Her Shuttle Hurdle relay team won the Championship of American title in 2000 for The Ohio State University, the only Penn Relay Championship award received by the women at The Ohio State University. Young held a position on the Executive Committee for USA Track and Field for eight years. She was also assigned to the USA Track and Field Women’s Olympic team selection staff for two consecutive Olympic Games. The 1985 graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University is a four-time national collegiate champion, USA Indoor National Champion, eight-time All-American and world record holder. She was a member of the inaugural FDU Athletics Hall of Fame class. Young is also a member of Beaver County and Western Pennsylvania Halls of Fame. She earned her bachelor’s in biological education; and received a master’s in sports management from Delaware State University in 2008. As a high school student Young made the 1980 U.S. Olympic Team as a 100-meter hurdler. She also broke the world indoor record for 55 meter hurdles, and was named Sports Illustrated National High School Athlete-of-the Year. Young credits her success and mentoring to, Dr. Leroy Walker, Dr. Evie Dennis, Russ Rogers, Fred Thompson, Beverly Kearney, and her parents John and Gertie Young.

Within the University, Young submits her time as a liaison to Student Affairs, and the Long-Range Strategic Planning Monitoring Committee.

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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION associate athletics director for student-athlete services Eric Hart resumed his role as the associate athletics director for student-athlete services in August 2012 after serving seven months as DSU’s Interim Director of Athletics. He is committed to the total well being of student-athletes and believes that graduating with a baccalaureate degree is the cornerstone of the student-athlete experience. Under Hart’s leadership, Delaware State University student-athletes have boasted the highest academic marks in school history. Delaware State University lead the Mid-Eastern Atlantic Conference (MEAC) with 121 Commissioner’s All-Academic team during the 2011-12 academic year. In 2011, Delaware State University inducted 39 student-athletes with a 3.40 cumulative grade point average or higher into Chi Alpha Sigma National Student-Athlete Honor Society. Hart has helped guide three teams at Delaware State University to achieve scores of 1000 on the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate’s single year score (Women’s Soccer, Men’s Tennis and Volleyball). During the 2009-2010 APR cycle, Men’s Basketball saw a 134 point increase on their single year score. Hart and his staff have aspirations to see team improve upon their Academic Progress Rate (single and multi-year scores). Prior to his arrival to Delaware State University, he served as the associate director for academic services for student-athletes at Appalachian State University from 2006 until his departure in June 2009. He was the driving force in turning around a wrestling program that, prior to his arrival, had a cumulative grade point average of 2.05. In his last semester with the University, the team boasted a cumulative grade point average of 2.989. Women’s Soccer had never earned a

associate athletics director for internal operations Pegjohngy Moses is entering her fifth season at Delaware State and 14 overall at working in athletics. She is responsible for athletics compliance, eligibility and student welfare. th

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team cumulative grade point average above a 3.00 prior to Hart’s tenure, but they achieved this feat in three consecutive semesters under his leadership.

Hart helped guide 18-of-21 student-athletes from ASU to the winter 2009 Academic All-Conference list. Additionally, he had 26-of-44 student-athletes earn spring 2009 Academic All-Conference honors. His teams experienced success on the field as well. The ASU Football team won back-to-back National Championships and three consecutive Southern Conference Championships; the ASU Men’s Track and Field program won the indoor track and field championships in 2007, 2008, and 2009, outdoor championship in 2007 and 2008, and cross country won the conference championship in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009 - all during Hart’s tenure. Hart served as an academic counselor at The University of Georgia from 2004 - 2006, working with Men’s and Women’s Golf, Softball, Men’s Basketball, Equestrian, Men’s and Women’s Track and Field. He also worked as a graduate assistant for The University of Tennessee football program, and assisted in the marketing and game day operations for football and men’s basketball. A native of Stoneville, N.C., Hart was a student-athlete at Appalachian State University and earned a B.S. in elementary education (‘97), a Master of Education in school counseling at the University of Georgia (‘99), and an Ed.S. in Counseling from the University of Tennessee (‘01). He is also a 2009 graduate of the NCAA Leadership Institute for Ethnic Minority Males and Females. He is married to Erin Hill of North Carolina, by way of Baton Rouge, La.

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Prior to her DSU appointment, Moses was assistant athletic director for compliance and senior woman administrator at the University of Texas-Pan American for four years. Moses has also served in collegiate athletics compliance at Tennessee-Chattanooga, Central Florida, Cornell and Brown. A native of Goldsboro, N.C., Moses earned a bachelor’s in political science/history from Duke University and law degree from Tulane.

assistant athletics director for media relations Dennis Jones previously served as a staff writer, assistant sports information director and director of sports information since joining the Delaware State University staff in 1996. In addition, he has handled radio play-by-play duties for the Hornet football, and men’s and women’s basketball teams. He has assisted the NCAA, along with national and local media for Delaware State’s national championship competitions in men’s basketball, women’s basketball, football, softball and bowlling. He currently oversees the daily media relations and statistics for the university’s 18 sports.

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the stations. He also served as play-by-play announcer for high school football broadcasts on the stations from 1987 to 1996. He also served as play-by-play announcer and color commentator for local cable television high school football and basketball broadcasts. A graduate of Glassboro State (now Rowan) in New Jersey, Jones resides in Dover, Del. He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA).

Prior to joining the Delaware State staff, Jones was News/Sports Director at WDOV/ WDSD Radio in Dover, Del. He joined the stations in 1981 as a reporter and was promoted to News/Sports Director in 1985. In addition to covering Delaware news and sports, Jones occasionally filed written and audio reports for the Associated Press, Mutual Broadcasting Network and United Press International during his tenure with

assistant athletic director for marketing A native of West Chester, Pa., George Robinson II has over 10 years of experience in marketing, sales, promotions and fundraising. He is an experienced fundraiser in event coordination, donor and corporate identification.

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Prior to arriving at DSU, he served as Director of the Athletic Annual Fund for Southern Illinois University, where he began in 2004. Robinson has a diverse professional profile which includes stints as Marketing Assistant at the University of Florida and Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotions at Virginia Tech. He holds a Master’s Degree in Sports Administration from Grambling State University and Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Norfolk State University.

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staff directory ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT STAFF Candy Young............................................................... Director of Athletics ....................................................................................................... (302) 857-6030 ..........................................................................csanders@desu.edu Eric Hart........................................................................ Associate Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Services ............................... (302) 857-7542 .................................................................................ehart@desu.edu Pegjohngy Moses...................................................... Associate Athletics Director for Internal Operations .......................................... (302) 857-7047 .......................................................................... pjmoses@desu.edu Dennis Jones............................................................... Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations................................................... (302) 857-6068 ..............................................................................djones@desu.edu George Robinson....................................................... Director of Athletics Marketing................................................................................... (302) 857-7087 .......................................................................grobinson@desu.edu Michael Rogers........................................................... Coordinator of Athletic Facilities/Events ................................................................ (302) 857-6067 ...........................................................................mrogers@desu.edu Calasha Wisher........................................................... Administrative Assistant ............................................................................................... (302) 857-6030 ............................................................................cwisher@desu.edu Elissa Herrmann ........................................................ Graduate Assistant .......................................................................................................... (302) 857-6030 ................................................................................................................. ACADEMIC SERVICES Eric Hart........................................................................ Associate Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Services ............................... (302) 857-7542 .................................................................................ehart@desu.edu Sandria Johnson........................................................ Academic Counselor ...................................................................................................... (302) 857-6038 .........................................................................sjohnson@desu.edu Patrick Casey............................................................... Academic Counselor....................................................................................................... (302) 857-7079 ............................................................................. pcasey@desu.edu Harry Sanchez............................................................. Academic Counselor ...................................................................................................... (302) 857-7974 ........................................................................ hsanchez@desu.edu Randy Smith................................................................ Academic Counselor....................................................................................................... (302) 857-7415 ............................................................................rhsmith@desu.edu George Brown............................................................. Graduate Assistant ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... EQUIPMENT Mark Springs............................................................... Head Equipment Manager .......................................................................................... (302) 857-7445 .........................................................................msprings@desu.edu Arthur Wright.............................................................. Assistant Equipment Manager ................................................................................... (302) 857-7445 ................................................................................................................. Keith St. John.............................................................. Graduate Assistant .......................................................................................................... (302) 857-7445 ................................................................................................................. MEDIA RELATIONS Dennis Jones............................................................... Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations................................................... (302) 857-6068 ..............................................................................djones@desu.edu Maggie Hayon............................................................ Sports Information Director......................................................................................... (302) 857-6239 ...........................................................................mhayon@desu.edu Shekima Yarbray........................................................ Video Coordinator............................................................................................................ (302) 857-7258 .......................................................................... syarbray@desu.edu SPORTS MEDICINE Lori Leary...................................................................... Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer.............................................. (302) 857-7554 ................................................................................ lleary@desu.edu Casey Cooper.............................................................. Associate Athletic Trainer.............................................................................................. (302) 857-7554 ...........................................................................ccooper@desu.edu Matthew Astolfi.......................................................... Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer........................................................................... (302) 857-7554 ........................................................................... mastolfi@desu.edu STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Kerry Harbor................................................................ Director of Strength & Conditioning ........................................................................ (302) 857-6026 ........................................................................... kharbor@desu.edu TICKET OFFICE Chantae’ Vinson.......................................................... Ticket Manager ................................................................................................................. (302) 857-7497 ............................................................................cvinson@desu.edu BASEBALL JP Blandin..................................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-6035 ...........................................................................jblandin@desu.edu Russ Steinhorn............................................................ Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator ................................................................ (302) 857-7809 .......................................................................lsteinhorn@desu.edu Chris Barker.................................................................. Graduate Assistant Coach ............................................................................................ (302) 857-7815 ..............................................................chris.barker2@yahoo.com Jason Brown................................................................ Assistant Coach.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. MEN’S BASKETBALL Greg Jackson............................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-7493 ......................................................................... gjackson@desu.edu Arthur Tyson................................................................ Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-7461 ..............................................................................atyson@desu.edu Keith Walker................................................................. Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-6139 .........................................................................kbwalker@desu.edu Jarrell Wilkerson......................................................... Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-7449 ............................................................................ jwilkers@desu.edu Mike Bernard............................................................... Director of Basketball Operations ............................................................................. (302) 857-7507 ....................................................................... mbernard@desu.edu Jane Hicks..................................................................... Administrative Assistant ............................................................................................... (302) 857-7493 ................................................................................jhicks@desu.edu WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Tamika Louis................................................................ Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-6041 ................................................................................ tlouis@desu.edu Demetrius Porter....................................................... Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-6049 ............................................................................dporter@desu.edu Yolanda Cole............................................................... Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-6041 .................................................................................ycole@desu.edu Yvette Harris................................................................ Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................ (302) 857-6019 ............................................................................ycharris@desu.edu Devona Knight........................................................... Director of Basketball Operations ............................................................................. (302) 857-6047 ........................................................................... dknight@desu.edu BOWLING TBA.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... CHEERLEADING Sharon Whitaker........................................................ Head Coach .......................................................................................................................(302) 857-6188 .........................................................................swhitaker@desu.edu Sandria Johnson........................................................ Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................(302) 857-6038 ..........................................................................sjohnson@desu.edu CROSS COUNTRY AND TRACK & FIELD Duane Henry............................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-6040 .......................................................................... dehenry@desu.edu Krystal McKenzie....................................................... Assistant Coach................................................................................................................. (302) 857-6040 ......................................................................kmckenzie@desu.edu EQUESTRIAN Jennifer Ridgely......................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 359-2277 ............................................................................ jridgely@desu.edu Amanda Hotz.............................................................. Assistant Coach ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ahotz@desu.edu WOMEN’S GOLF Scott Thornton........................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-7509 ....................................................................... sthornton@desu.edu FOOTBALL Kermit Blount.............................................................. Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-7447 ........................................................................... kblount@desu.edu Nick Calcutta............................................................... Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line Coach ........................................................ (302) 857-7447 ........................................................................ ncalcutta@desu.edu Michael Ketchum....................................................... Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach ........................................................... (302) 857-7683 .................................................................... mketchum@desu.edu Arrington Jones......................................................... Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach ......................................................... (302) 857-7682 ............................................................................. ajones@desu.edu Curtis Thomas............................................................. Wide Receivers/Special Teams Coach ...................................................................... (302) 857-6045 ......................................................................... cthomas@desu.edu Jeff Braxton.................................................................. Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator .................................................................. (302) 857-7454 ......................................................................... jbraxton@desu.edu Tory Woodbury........................................................... Running Backs Coach .................................................................................................... (302) 857-7455 .................................................................... twoodbury@desu.edu Bryant Foster............................................................... Cornerbacks Coach ......................................................................................................... (302) 857-7658 ............................................................................ bfoster@desu.edu Carlos Woods ............................................................. Safeties Coach .................................................................................................................. (302) 857-7447 ............................................................................cwoods@desu.edu Edna Piper.................................................................... Administrative Assistant................................................................................................ (302) 857-7447 .............................................................................. epiper@desu.edu WOMEN’S LACROSSE Jillian Lontz ................................................................. Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-7365 ............................................................................... jlontz@desu.edu Kari-Lei Maddox......................................................... Assistant Coach................................................................................................................. (302) 857-6011......................................................................... kmaddox@desu.edu WOMEN’S SOCCER Peter Hulem................................................................. Interim Head Coach ....................................................................................................... (302) 857-7636 ........................................................................... phulem@desu.edu SOFTBALL Janice Savage.............................................................. Interim Head Coach ....................................................................................................... (302) 857-7740 ....................................................................... jmsavage@desu.edu WOMEN’S TENNIS David Marshall ........................................................... Head Coach ....................................................................................................................... (302) 857-7444 ....................................................................... dmarshall@desu.edu VOLLEYBALL Kelly Carrigan.............................................................. Interim Head Coach ....................................................................................................... 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ACADEMIC SERVICES Academic Services for Student-Athletes (ASSA), housed on the second floor of the William C. Jason Library, serves as the academic arm of Delaware State University Athletics. The unit houses five full-time staff members, including an Associate Athletic Director, three Academic Counselors, and a Learning Specialist. Academic Services for StudentAthletes serves approximately 350 scholarship and nonscholarship athletes in 18 NCAA Division I sports. The purpose of ASSA is to cultivate academic enrichment and shape student-athletes to be model citizens of the city of Dover and beyond. They will assist the student-athlete in the following areas: arranging tutoring, monitoring

academic success and progress toward a degree, assisting with personal goals and student life well-being. Their mission is to provide comprehensive services that will prepare our student-athletes to compete and be successful in the classroom, ultimately fostering an environment conducive to graduating. They are customer-service oriented when engaging with prospective student-athletes and their families. We will be leaders in our conference and provide professional development opportunities to our staff so they can effectively master their craft of service to student-athletes.

HORNET ACADEMIC HONORS During the 2011-12 academic school year, Delaware State produced 121 MEAC Commissioner’s All-Academic members (more than any other conference school). Other academic honors for the year are as follows: | Jazmyne Hefflefinger (bowling) graduated with a 4.00 GPA and was class valedictorian in addition to being named MEAC Woman of the Year | Brittni Collins-Rideout, Caroline Foltz and McKenzie Trueba (equestrian) the first three Hornets to be named NCEA Academic All-Americans in school history | 14 of 15 teams reported NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores above 900; four teams scored perfect 1000s | Led MEAC for second consecutive season with 121 Commissioner All-Academic honorees | 54 percent of student-athlete population named to the Hornet Academic Honor Roll which honors those earning a 3.00 GPA | 73 Hornets were named to the Dean’s List (22 more than 2010-11) | 25 Hornets were named to the President’s List | 67 Hornets graduated Spring 2012 | DSU softball ranked 37th overall (out of over 130 teams and first out of HBCU schools) while placing nine on the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-America Scholar Athlete list.

eric hart, ed. s. Interim Athletic Director Associate Athletic Director for Academic Services B.S. | Appalachian State ‘97 M.Ed. | Georgia ‘99 Ed.S. | Tennessee ‘01 Office | (302) 857-6030 Fax | (302) 857-6034 ehart@desu.edu

sandria johnson, m. ed. Assistant Director Academic Counselor B.S. | Wilmington M.Ed. | Wilmington Office | (302) 857-6038 Fax | (302) 857-7769 sjohnson@desu.edu

patrick casey, m.ed. Academic Counselor B.S. | Delaware State ‘89 M.Ed. | Wilmington ‘97 Office | (302) 857-7079 Fax | (302) 857-7538 pcasey@desu.edu

harry j. sanchez, msw Academic Counselor B.S. | Wilmington MSW | Delaware State Office | (302) 857-7974 Fax | (302) 857-7975 hsanchez@desu.edu

randy smith Academic Counselor B.S. | Delaware State ‘07 M.S. | Delaware State ‘09 Office | (302) 857-7415 Fax | (302) 857-7538 rhsmith@desu.edu

george brown Grad. Assistant Academic Counselor B.S. | Delaware State ‘11 M.S. | DSU Anticipated ‘13

VISIT ACADEMIC SERVICES FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES (ASSA) ONLINE AT: http://www.desu.edu/academic-services-student-athletes

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COMPLIANCE pegjohngy moses, j.d. Associate Athletics Director for Internal Affairs B.S. | Duke University J.D. | Tulane University Office | (302) 857-7047 Fax | (302) 857-6034 pjmoses@desu.edu

Delaware State University, by virtue of its membership in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC), is responsible for ensuring complete compliance of all constituencies (i.e. university staff, student-athletes, alumni, fans, boosters and friends) with all NCAA and MEAC rules and regulations. Under NCAA rules, parents, alumni, fans and friends may be categorized as “representatives of athletics interests.”

Delaware State University strives for academic and athletic excellence. Pursuant to that goal is an on-going commitment to ethical conduct by all members of its staff and supporters. Even the simplest, inadvertent actions on the part of a booster or supporter may jeopardize the eligibility of student-athletes and/or prospects and the compliance of the university with NCAA or MEAC regulations.

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Extra benefits (as defined by the NCAA) – “any special arrangement by an institutional employee or representative of athletics interest to provide a student-athlete a benefit not expressly authorized by NCAA legislation. Receipt of such a benefit is not considered an NCAA violation if that same benefit is generally available to the institution’s students or their relatives and/or friends or to a particular segment of the student body determined on a basis unrelated to athletics ability.”

The NCAA broadly defines a “booster” as an individual, agency, entity or organization who is known by an institution to: | Have participated in or been a member of an agency that promotes the institution’s intercollegiate athletics program | Have made financial contributions to the athletics department or a booster organization for the department | Have been involved otherwise in promoting the institution’s athletics program | Have been a season ticket holder | Have provided benefits to student-athletes or their relatives or friends

Extra Benefits include, but are not limited to: | cash or loans in any amount | co-signing or arranging a loan | gifts or free services (e.g., airline tickets, cash, restaurant meals) | use of an automobile | rent free or reduced cost housing | money for, or a guarantee of, bail or bond | employment of a student-athlete at a higher rate than the wages paid for similar work | payment to a student-athlete for work not performed | transportation (aside from transportation related to an occasional home meal) | tickets to an athletics, institutional or community event | financial aid for a post-graduate education | promise of employment after college graduation | invitations to your home or summer home for purposes other than an occasional meal Please do not hesitate to contact DSU Compliance with any questions.

employment rules Delaware State University and its Director of Athletics ask that all boosters, prior to employing or arranging for the employment of a prospect or enrolled student-athlete, check first with the DSU Athletics Department. The department is permitted to make arrangements for summer employment for prospects prior to their enrollment as freshmen and to enrolled student-athletes during summer and semester breaks. Accurate record keeping must be maintained regarding employment. Therefore, the Department of Athletics asks for your cooperation. | A booster is prohibited from providing employment transportation for prospects or student-athletes unless such transportation is available to all employees. | A booster is permitted to pay student-athletes employed for work actually performed and at a rate commensurate with the going rate for similar services in the community or business.

I’m an Alumnus, am I a Booster? Not necessarily. Not all Delaware state alumni are considered boosters. Likewise, a booster does not have to be a graduate of Delaware State. Boosters meet at least one of the criteria listed above. Thus, an individual who has ever made a financial contribution to the Athletics Department is a booster. In a general sense, a season ticket holder in any sport at any time is a booster. Members and financial supporters of any Delaware State athletic organization are boosters. These are only a handful of examples of typical “boosters” who may be affiliated with an athletic program. Many additional scenarios exist, but, regardless of a booster affiliation with the university, it is important that all supporters follow NCAA rules as they interact with prospects, current student-athletes, their families and friends. What you cannot do | A booster is prohibited from making in-person, on-or off-campus recruiting contacts, or written or telephone communication with a prospect or the prospect’s relatives or legal guardians. | A booster is prohibited from contacting any enrolled student-athlete at another institution for the purpose of encouraging transfer to Delaware State University and participation in its athletics program. If a prospect approaches a DSU booster regarding the athletics program, please explain that NCAA rules prohibit such a discussion and suggest to the prospect that he/she contact the head coach of the sport for more information. | A booster is prohibited from contacting the prospect’s coach, principal or counselor for the purpose of obtaining information about the prospect. | A booster is prohibited from picking up film or transcripts from the prospect’s educational institution. | A booster is prohibited from entertaining a prospect and/or relatives and friends of a prospect at any site, either onor off-campus. | In addition, a booster is prohibited from providing tickets at no or reduced cost to any Delaware State home or away athletic or non-athletic event for prospects, their relatives or friends. Only the DSU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics can provide complimentary admissions to prospects and only for HOME events. | A booster is prohibited from paying or arranging for transportation for a prospect and/or relatives and friends of a prospect to visit campus. While it is permissible for a friend or neighbor to transport a high school or community college student who is NOT an athlete to the campus, NCAA regulations prohibit the activity for a prospect. What you can do | A booster is permitted to send newspaper clippings or any other information regarding a prospect to the respective Delaware State coaching staff. | A booster is permitted to attend high school or community college athletic(s) events. You simply cannot have any contact with prospects or relatives and/or friends. | A booster is permitted to continue established family relationships with friends and neighbors. Contact with sons and daughters of these families is permitted as long as they are not made for recruiting purposes. | A booster is permitted to have a telephone conversation with a prospect ONLY if the prospect initiates the call. However, the booster is not permitted to have a recruiting conversation with the prospect and an institutional staff member cannot prearrange the call.

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SPORTS MEDICINE The DSU Sports Medicine Department is committed to providing comprehensive, high quality medical services for its student-athletes. Our goal is to provide for the total health care needs of the student-athlete. On-site medical services include prevention, recognition, evaluation and treatment of injuries and illnesses, rehabilitation services, pre-participation exams, psychological counseling, nutritional counseling and drug education and counseling. The sports medicine team is made up of a team physician, a team orthopedic physician, a team dentist, certified

athletic trainers, certified physical therapists, and certified strength and conditioning specialists. We also have relationships with the other members of the surrounding DSU community, which includes counseling and psychiatric services, and access to other health care professionals.

lori leary Director of Sports Medicine Head Athletic Trainer B.S. | Northeastern University M.S. | West Virginia University M.S. | Lasell College Office | (302) 857-7552 lleary@desu.edu

casey cooper Associate Athletic Trainer B.S. | Salisbury University M.S. | Shenandoah University Office | (302) 857-7988 ccooper@desu.edu

matthew astolfi Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer B.S. | College at Brockport State | Univ. of New York M.S. | University of Delaware ‘13 Office | (302) 857-7986 mastolfi@desu.edu

medical staff Dr. Lawrence Piccioni Team Orthopedic Surgeon Sue Collison Medical Office Assistant

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING kerry harbor

Director of Strength & Conditioning B.S. | North Carolina Central ‘97 Office | (302) 857-6026 kharbor@desu.edu

MISSION STATEMENT Our program is designed to teach all our athletes to become a physically and mentally stronger individual by implementing a program that stresses goal setting, dedication and perseverance. PHILOSOPHY The young men and women that we work with in our program are athletes first. All of the activities that we perform with them will be to enhance their natural athletic ability. We will use training concepts and principles from different disciplines to help our athletes reach their goals on and off their respective playing field. FACILITIES Delaware State University student-athletes benefit from a first-rate strength and conditioning facility. The first phase of the DSU’s $50 million Strength and Conditioning/ Wellness Center/Student Union opened during the fall of 2008. A dedication ceremony for the facility was attended by local and state elected officials and many former DSU

student-athletes, including NFL standouts, Jamal Jackson and Darnerien McCants. The strength and conditioning center is a 17,000 feet, state-of-the-art complex with all the amenities of a major college facility. The center is connected to the north end of the Memorial Hall main gymnasium and is solely for the use of Hornet student-athletes. The facility includes a weight room, laundry room, offices for conditioning coaches and locker rooms for men’s and women’s basketball. The addition also includes a two-story entrance and lobby with ticketing area. Phase II of the project involved the construction of a Wellness Center specifically for the general student population and the general public. This section is located on the southeast end of Memorial Hall and includes the renovation of an existing auxiliary basketball court and construction of a new basketball court as well as new offices, concession space, men’s and women’s locker rooms and a swimming pool.

components I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI.

Effort & Consistency Testing & Evaluation Strength Training General Conditioning Sport Specific Conditioning Linear Speed Development Multi Directional Speed And Agility Training Exercises And Programs To Increase Flexibility Proper Diet And Nutrition Information Injury Prevention Strategies And Activities To Improve Recovery

equipment Some of the equipment used in the strength and conditioning center include: 18 Power Lift racks and platforms 18 Power Lift power bars 18 Power Lift lever action benches 18 Uesaka training bars 18 sets of Uesaka bumper plates 18 Power Lift lever action benches 3 sets of 5-100lb Iron Grip dumbells 1 set of 105-150lb Iron Grip dumbells

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FACILITIES mike rogers Coordinator of Athletic Facilities and Events B.S. | Delaware State M.S. | Delaware State Office | (302) 857-6067 Fax | (302) 857-6034 mrogers@desu.edu

alumni stadium Home of the DSU football team, Alumni Stadium was constructed in 1980 and has hosted 160 Hornet football contests. Delaware State holds an 89-91 record all-time at the stadium. DSU’s first ever victory at the stadium came Sept. 20, 1980 in an 8-6 win over the District of Columbia. The school’s most lopsided victory came during the 2006 campaign with a 62-0 thrashing of Concord (W.V.) Nov. 4. Renovations took place with the installation of lights in the winter of 2005 and the addition of artificial turf during the spring of 2006. Alumni Stadium also serves as home for the DSU women’s lacrosse, women’s soccer and both men’s and women’s track and field teams. Additionally, the facility is the site of the annual Delaware I & II High School Championship football games.

ALUMNI STADIUM QUICK FACTS Completed: Sept.1980 First Game: Sept. 6, 1980 vs. Salisbury State First Victory: 9/20/80 (8-6 win over District of Columbia) Most Decisive Win: 11/5/06 62-0 vs. Concord (W.V.) Most Points Scored: 9/3/96 66 vs. Lock Haven Capacity: 7,000 Playing Surface: Artificial A-Turf Alumni Stadium Record: 87-88 TOP 5 ATTENDANCES 12,000 10/27/84 8,500 10/5/85 7,800 10/29/88 7,522 11/7/87 7,500 9/3/88

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gambler’s choice equestrian center hornets’ nest Gambler’s Choice Equestrian Center features an 18-stall barn and a 10-stall barn, with three tack stalls and a wash stall with hot water, on-site laundry room, heated lounge and bathroom. All stalls include sliding doors and have rubber mats. Both indoor and outdoor arenas feature elevated judges’ stands, along with a PA system for events. Gambler’s Choice has a 100’x200’ clear span indoor arena that allows for all-weather riding and a 150’x300’ outdoor sand area. As the home of the DSU Hornets Equestrian team, the facility is equipped for Western and English riding.

The Hornets’ Nest has been the home field of the Delaware State University softball team since 1992. The dimensions for the field are 220’ down the lines and 225’ in centerfield. The infield consists of Diamond-Tex with pro conditioner. In fall 2011, the team installed new sport rye mix grass in the outfield. The Hornets’ Nest includes a press box with Wi-Fi and fiber optics streaming capabilities, home/ visitor bull pens, three batting cages, infield/outfield irrigation, seating capacity of 300 and lights.

memorial hall soldier field Constructed in 1982, Memorial Hall Gymnasium has been home to the DSU men’s and women’s basketball programs as well as the volleyball team for over three decades. The facility was christened by the men’s basketball team on December 7, 1982 with a 96-92 double-overtime victory over U.S. International. Since then, the facility has been a part of many exciting contests.

Home to the DSU baseball team, Soldier Field has hosted games since 1958. The dimensions are 320’ down the lines, 365’ in the leftfield gap, 355’ in the rightfield gap and 380’ in centerfield. Prior to the start of the 2009 season, the leftfield fence was extended to a height of 20’.

maple dale country club brunswick doverama The women’s golf team calls Dover’s Maple Dale Country Club home beginning in 2012. Maple Dale was established in 1925 as a three-hole course and expanded to nine holes in the mid-30’s. After relocating in 1969, it was enlarged to a full 18 holes and now offers a mature course set amidst a wooded terrain, dotted with various ponds. This USGA championship rated 18–hole course is as challenging and fun, as it is beautiful, having only one recorded score below par in a 36 hole tournament.

The Brunswick Doverama is home to the bowling team, where they practice daily and host an average of two events each season. The Doverama is located at 1600 S. Governors Ave. (at DuPont Hwy.). For more information, please contact the bowling center at 302-734-7501.

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THE APPROACHING STORM BAND randolph j. johnson

Director of Bands B.S. | Southern University and A&M College M.Ed. | Southern University and A&M College Office | (302) 857-6679 rjjohnson@desu.edu Johnson returned to Delaware State in the summer of 2007 to begin his second stint as Director of bands. He previously held the post from 1990 to 2001, a period of great acclaim for the university’s marching, concert, jazz and pep bands. Johnson’s previous tenure at Delaware State was highlighted by numerous performances at National Football League contests, and a 1998 jazz band tour of Europe. Before returning to DSU, Johnson served as Supervisor of Music for the Wyandanch Union Free School District in Wyandanch, N.Y., and as Jazz Band Director, assistant band director and instructor at Alcorn State University in Lorman, Miss. From 1977 to 1990, Johnson held band director posts at Winston-Salem State University, Elizabeth City State University, and at several high schools in Mississippi, Louisiana and Kansas. Johnson earned a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Education in instrumental music/secondary education, each from Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

At Delaware State, halftime is “show time”. That’s because the university’s popular marching band, “The Approaching Storm” takes center stage. The DSU band is a high-energy, high-stepping, entertaining collection of talented musicians and dancers. Whether it’s hip-hop, R&B, gospel, jazz or “old school”, the “Storm” has something to appeal to your musical taste. While the “Storm’s” halftime show is a game day highlight, the band is also counted on to “pump up” the team and Hornet fans from well before the opening kickoff until long after the final gun. Whether the Hornets win or lose, the Delaware State football experience isn’t complete until the band’s “fifth quarter” post-game performance.

gan football contest. The band received rave reviews for its performance, including dozens of letters from Michigan fans and media critiques. In 2005, 16 members of the Delaware State band traveled to New York City to perform with legendary Motown groups “The Temptations”, “The Spinners” and “Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.” In 1995, the DSU band performed in England at the London New Year’s Day parade. A 1998 jazz band tour of Europe featured performances in Germany, Belgium and The Netherlands.

The “Storm” is a popular guest at National Football League stadiums, including three Philadelphia Eagles contests. The At the invitation of Vice President and former Delaware U.S. band has also appeared at New York Giants, Washington Senator Joseph Biden, the Approaching Storm performed Redskins and Buffalo Bills home games. In 2006, the in the inaugural parade for President Barack Obama on Jan. “Storm” stole the show during the Fourth Annual Ford 20, 2009 in Washington, D.C. Football Classic at Ford Field, home of the NFL’s Detroit Lions and the site of Super Bowl XL. Known throughout In 2009, the Approaching Storm performed before 106,000 Delaware for its distinctive style, the “Storm” is a popular atfans at Michigan Stadium for the Delaware State vs. Michi- traction at parades and celebrations throughout the state.

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dr. harry l. williams

president | fourth season | b.s. appalachian state | m.a. appalachian state | m.ed. east tennessee state

P Dr. Harry L. Williams became the 10th President in the 120-year history of Delaware State University on January 10, 2010, after serving as the institution’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. Shortly after beginning his tenure as president, Dr. Williams convened a Blue Ribbon Commission that crafted a new vision statement and a set of core values to establish DSU as one of America’s most highly respected Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). During the first eight months of his tenure, Dr. Williams held more than 200 meetings with constituencies, including White House officials, Governor Jack Markell, the Delaware Congressional delegation, state legislators, alumni groups, community organizations and others. Dr. Williams also took two trips abroad to sign new collaborative agreements with institutions of higher education in China and South Africa. Under Dr. Williams’ leadership as provost, the University established a new general education program, a distance education strategic plan and a Middle States Monitoring Report plan and successfully completed searches that led to the hiring of a new dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, a director of distance learning, a director of the honors program and an associate vice president for sponsored programs.

North Carolina General Administration as interim associate vice president for academic affairs beginning in September 2007. He was elevated in March 2008 to interim senior associate vice president for academic and student affairs in which he focused on access and outreach for the 17 campuses of the UNC system. Dr. Williams also progressed from an associate director to associate vice chancellor posts in the areas of academic affairs, enrollment and diversity at Appalachian State University from 1988 to 2000 and from 2004 to 2007. He served as interim director of admissions for North Carolina A&T University from 2000 to 2004. In addition to his experience within institutions of higher education, from 2002 to 2008 Dr. Williams was a national marketing and recruitment associate consultant with Noel-Levitz, the top national consultation firm for enrollment and management solutions in the country. In that capacity, Dr. Williams provided consultation expertise to 14 different institutions of higher education, including Delaware State University. Dr. Williams earned a Bachelor of Science in communication broadcasting and a Master of Arts in educational media, both from Appalachian State University. He earned an Ed.D. in educational leadership and policy analysis from East Tennessee State University.

He is married to Dr. Robin S. Williams, and they have two chilPrior to his arrival at DSU, Dr. Williams served the University of dren: Austin, 16, and Gavin, 12.

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dsu board of trustees APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR TERM EXPIRES Mr. Bennie L. Smith Kent August 25, 2012 Dr. Calvin T. Wilson, II Kent August 25, 2012 Leroy A. Tice, Esq. New Castle October 17, 2014 Dr. Claibourne D. Smith New Castle February 18, 2016 Mr. Wesley E. Perkins Sussex September 1, 2016 Ms. Lois M. Hobbs Sussex January 11, 2017 Dr. Devona E.B. Williams Kent January 25, 2018 Mr. David G. Turner New Castle January 26, 2018 APPOINTED BY THE BOARD Mr. Barry M. Granger New Castle Mr. Robert E. Buccini New Castle Mr. James Stewart New Castle Mr. José F. Echeverri, MBA Kent Mr. Charles McDowell, Esq. New Castle

TERM EXPIRES August 31, 2014 August 31, 2016 August 31, 2016 August 31, 2018 August 31, 2018

EX-OFFICIO The Honorable Jack A. Markell Governor of the State of Delaware

Now in its 121 year, Delaware State University has eagerly moved into the new millennium by embracing today’s new technology, assuming its role as an institution of research and preparing its students for the global market. st

Delaware State University’s beginnings date back to 1891, when through enacted the federal Morrill Act of 1890 and state legislation, the State College for Colored Students was established. The first classes were held in February 1892.

During DSU’s history, there have also been two acting presidents. Dr. Maurice E. Thomasson served as acting president twice (1949-1950 and 1951-1953). Dr. Claibourne D. Smith was acting president from 2008-2010.

DSU is fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, with its most recent reaffirmation of accreditation taking place in 2012. In addition, the University’s education, social work, dietetics, nursing, hospitality and tourism programs all have national The institution has since developed into accreditations. The College of Business is a 400-acre complex and has undergone internationally accredited. two name changes since its inception. The name was changed to Delaware State Students at DSU have a choice of 52 unCollege in 1947 and Delaware State Uni- dergraduate majors and 25 graduate versity in 1993. In addition to its main degrees. Since 2004, DSU has also estabcampus in the state capital of Dover, DSU lished five doctoral programs – in Aphas satellite campuses in Wilmington and plied Chemistry, Education Leadership, Georgetown. Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Neuroscience In the institution’s history, the institution and Optics. Of the 190 faculty members has had 10 presidents – Wesley P. Webb that are spread among 20 academic de(1891-1895), William C. Jason (1895- partments, more than 91% of the faculty 1923), Dr. William S. Grossley, (1923- holds doctoral degrees while 45 have 1942), Dr. Howard Gregg (1942-1949), reached the rank of full professor. The stuDr. Oscar Chapman (1950-1951), Dr. Je- dent/professor ratio is a low 14:1. rome H. Holland (1953-1960), Dr. Luna I. Mishoe (1960-1987), Dr. William B. De- Over the last decade, research has beLauder (1987-2003), Dr. Allen L. Sessoms come a high priority at DSU. Over that (2003-2008) and Dr. Harry Lee Williams time the institution has parlayed success(2010-present). ful grant writing efforts into the sig

Dr. Harry L. Williams President, Delaware State University TRUSTEE EMERITUS Dr. John Land Dr. Cora Norwood Selby

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Community Integrity Diversity Scholarship Outreach

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY nificant improvements in its research infrastructure and project opportunities. The University currently has research projects in the disciplines of biotechnology, chemistry, law enforcement, mathematics, natural resources, social work, applied optics, computer sciences and other areas. In 2009, the University received a $5 million NASA grant to establish a Center for Applied Optics for Space Science on the DSU campus. In 2011, the state of Delaware set aside $10 million to go toward the construction of a new Optics Research Facility. In addition to its traditional majors, DSU offers unique undergraduate programs in aviation, forensic biology, environmental science, hospitality and tourism management, health promotion and movement sciences. The most popular undergraduate majors are mass communications, criminal justice, sport science, management, psychology, accounting and biology. Over the last three years, the University has also significantly increased its reach around the world through a number of international agreements abroad. In 2011 the University finalized new agreements with several Chinese institutions of higher education. A group of DSU students traveled to China for a one-month learning experience in the spring 2012, and during the current fall semester 2011 more than 100 Chinese exchanges students

are enrolled at DSU. In addition, DSU’s Master of Business Education Program in Vietnam National University graduated its first class in mid-September 2011. DSU offers 18 intercollegiate athletics programs at the NCAA Division I level. Its football, men’s and women’s basketball, softball teams and women’s equestrian have all achieved post-season national tournament bids over the last eight years, mostly the result of winning their conference tournament championship and regular season titles. Most recently, the University has added women’s golf and women’s lacrosse to the University’s intercollegiate sports programs. Over the last five years, the University made significant enhancement to campus life with the completion of a $51.5 million student complex that includes a Strength and Conditioning Facility, a Wellness & Recreation Center, a Swimming Pool and a three-story Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center. During the fall semester 2011, DSU had a school record-enrollment of 4,178 students.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY DSU AT A GLANCE | 56 Undergraduate degree programs, 25 Master’s degree programs and five Doctoral degree programs | Accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), as well as by six specialized academic accrediting agencies | William C. Jason Library includes a collection of 415,622 printed volumes and a total holding of more than 475,033 publications FACULTY PROFILE | 190 faculty members within | 21 academic departments | 174 faculty members possess a PhD or a terminal degree (Terminal Master’s of Flight Captain) | Student-to-faculty ratio is 13:1 SATELLITE SITES | Wilmington, Delaware | Georgetown, Delaware TOTAL ENROLLMENT: 3,819 | 86% Full-Time | 14% Part-Time | 58% Live on campus | 42% Commute | 50% In-State | 50% Out-of-State MOST POPULAR UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS | Management | Nursing | Mass Communications | Psychology | Criminal Justice | Social Work | Sport Sciences/Sports Management | Agriculture | Accounting | Biology

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DOVER, DELAWARE Visitors to Kent County, Delaware are pleasantly surprised by the variety of historical and cultural attractions, beautiful farmland and coastal scenery, and curious mix of old traditions and modern high-tech culture. In Kent County, visitors can find Amish buggies on city streets, delicate shorebirds and giant C-5 Galaxy military cargo planes, quiet museums and exciting NASCAR races, arts and antiques, Colonial history, slots and harness racing. Dover, the capital of the First State, invites you to experience life in a small American city – history, tax-free shopping and ambiance, all in a clean safe and friendly environment. You can spend the day shopping or strolling the quaint tree-lined streets to take in the city’s historic architecture, and spend the evenings at the theater or trying your luck at a gaming facility. You can step back in time, literally, by standing on the very corner where in 1787, delegates to Delaware’s Constitutional Convention ratified the U.S. Constitution – thus giving Delaware its

“First State” moniker. The area’s collection of small towns as well as the natural beauty of places such as Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, provide hours of fun and adventure for visitors of all ages. Dover’s central location in Delaware makes Kent County the perfect place for regional meetings and conventions, and a great overnight destination for tours of the state. Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley attractions are only one hour’s drive to the north. Delaware’s beach resorts, including Lewes, Bethany, and Rehoboth, are only one hour’s drive to the south. Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. are all within a two-hour drive. Kent County puts you right in the middle of the charm and excitement of “America at its Best.” ATTRACTIONS Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a 16,000-acre haven along the Delaware Bay coast east of Smyrna, with salt marshes, ponds, fields, and forests. Visitors come from all over the world to see the variety of migratory shorebirds and waterfowl that stop to feed at the refuge, an important feeding stop on the Atlantic Flyway. DOVER AIR FORCE BASE Dover Air Force Base is important to the country’s defense, as it represents one-fourth of the nation’s strategic airlift capacity. Approximately 7,000 people are stationed at the DAFB. Dover is home to 36 giant C-5 Galaxy cargo planes, which are used to transport troops and equipment wherever they are needed around the world. The C-5 is the largest airplane in the U.S. military. Each plane is nearly as long as a football field, and could carry six motor coaches in its hold. The base cargo terminal known as the “Superport” is the largest anywhere in the US military, processing more tons of cargo than Kennedy airport in NY. The Air Mobility Command (AMC) Museum on the DAFB has over 24 aircraft on display, and features more multiengine aircraft than the National Air & Space Museum in Washington, DC. Veteran aircraft on display include a C-47 “Gooney Bird” that dropped paratroopers over Normandy on D-Day.

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DOVER, DELAWARE OUTDOOR ACTIVITES The Delaware Bay, just East of Dover, offers some of the best fishing and crabbing in the region. The bay serves as a breeding ground for many aquatic species, including horseshoe crabs. The bay is also a prime oyster ground. The area also features first-rate golf courses, bike trails, scenic paths, boating, state parks, conservation areas, lakes and greenways. EVENTS The Old Dover Days Festival has existed in one form or another in the capital city since 1933. It is held on The Green and Legislative Mall, two beautiful outdoor parks in the historic downtown district. Traditional elements and new components bring in thousands of visitors each year with attendance reaching 15,000. Old Dover Days is a celebration of the First State’s Capital City and features a parade, maypole dancing, food court, re-enactors, walking tours, free entertainment and much more. The Amish Bike Tour, African-American Festival, Delmarva Folk Festival, Jazz & Blues Festival, Diamond State BBQ Championship and Wyoming Peach Festival are other events that bring thousands to Central Delaware each year.

The Dover Symphony Orchestra is a regional organization founded in 1967 and comprised of professional and amateur musicians of all ages. The Johnson Victrola museum is a tribute to Delaware’s native son, Eldridge Reeves Johnson, who founded the Victor Talking Machine Company in 1901. Exhibits include phonographs, recordings, memorabilia, trademarks, objects, and paintings that highlight Mr. Johnson’s successful business enterprises and chronicle the development of the sound-recording industry. In 2004, under the leadership of Board Chair Dr. Scott D. Miller (President of Wesley College), a strategic alliance was formed to partner the resources of Wesley College, Delaware State University, and The Friends of the Capital Theater, to maximize usage and position the historic treasure as the premiere performing arts center south of Wilmington. In January 2007, the relationship was formalized with the three becoming equal partners in the operation, management and programming of the Center.

ARTS & CULTURE The Greater Dover is rich in arts and cultural activities. The Schwartz Center for the Arts, of which DSU is a partner, is one of the premier performing arts venues in the state. From live performances, films and special events, to meetings and receptions, the Schwartz Center offers something for all tastes.

DOVER INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY Dover Downs International Speedway hosts two NASCAR Sprint Cup/Nationwide Series race weekends each year. Dover has the largest seating capacity (140,000 seats) of any sports facility between New York and the Carolinas. The “Monster Mile” has challenged many professional drivers as they compete for the checkered flag. The concrete track with 24 degree banking is the first and only concrete superspeedway in NASCAR history, providing awesome racing action. NASCAR weekends at Dover are typically scheduled for the second weekend in May and the fourth weekend in September. Qualifying takes place on Friday, Nationwide Series drivers race on Saturday, and the Sprint Cup stars race on Sunday. Dover Downs, along with nearby Harrington Raceway, also features top flight harness racing.

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DELAWARE STATE WOMEN'S SOCCER

STATE SCHEDULE S1 VMI 2 S8 at Delaware 3:30 S15 at Cincinnati 7 S22 Florida A&M* 6 O6 at Norfolk State* 1 O13 South Carolina State* 1:30 O20 North Carolina A&T* 1:30 Homecoming O27 at Morgan State* 1 N3 at North Carolina Central* 2 N10 Hampton* 1 N17 at Howard* 1

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* - Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Game Times and dates subject to change | Home dates in red

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