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2013 Football Schedule September 7, 2013 - Wilmington, OH - 1 p.m.

Olivet Comets September 21, 2013 - Westerville, OH - 2 p.m.

@Otterbein Cardinals September 28, 2013 - Tiffin, OH - 1:30 p.m.

@Heidelberg Student Princes October 5, 2013 - Wilmington, OH - 2 p.m.

Muskingum Muskies October 12, 2013 - Alliance, OH - 7 p.m.

@Mount Union Purple Raiders October 19, 2013 - Wilmington, OH - 6 p.m.

Baldwin-Wallace Yellow Jackets October 26, 2013 - Marietta, OH - 1:30 p.m.

@Marietta Pioneers November 2, 2013 - Wilmington, OH - 1:30 p.m.

John Carroll Blue Streaks November 9, 2013 - Wilmington, OH - 1:30 p.m.

Ohio Northern Polar Bears November 16, 2013 - Bexley, OH - 1:30 p.m.

@Capital Crusaders


2013 Season Season Preview .............................................................. 4-5 Coaching Staff Head Coach Stacey Hairston ...................................... 6 Coaching Records .................................................... 7 Assistant Coaches ................................................. 8-9 Players Roster ................................................................... 10 Veteran Profiles ................................................... 11-16 Ohio Athletic Conference ................................................... 18 2013 Opponents ........................................................... 18-21 2012 Season 2012 Review ........................................................... 22 2012 Statistics . ....................................................... 23 Record Book Hall of Fame . ........................................................ 26 All-Americans ........................................................ 27 Single-Game Records ......................................... 28-29 Single-Season Records ....................................... 30-31 Career Records .................................................. 32-33 All-Time Results ................................................ 34-35 Wilmington College Townsend Field at Williams Stadium ......................... 36 Athletic Facilities .................................................... 37 Athletic Directory .................................................. 38 Athletic Training ................................................... 39 About Wilmington ................................................. 40 Wilmington Admissions . ......................................... 41 Student Life ...................................................... 42-43 Where’s Wilmington? ............................................. 44

WILMINGTON COLLEGE QUICK FACTS Location ........................................... Wilmington, Ohio 45177 Founded ..................................................................... 1870 Religious Affiliation......... Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Nickname ................................................... Fightin’ Quakers Colors ........................................................ Green and White Enrollment ................................................................. 1,200 Stadium . ....................................... Williams Stadium (3,500) Surface................................................................. Field Turf Conference . .................................................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation......................................................... NCAA Div. III President ..................................................... James Reynolds Director of Athletics/VP Athletics Administration ..Terry Rupert Office Phone . ................................. 937-382-6661, Ext. 255 Faculty Ath. Rep.................................................. Bill Kincaid History First Year of Football .....................................................1900 Post-season Appearances ................................................ 3 All-time Post-season record . ......................................... 2-3 Overall All-Time Record........................................ 329-446-18 Sports Information Sports Info. Director............................ Jayson Ameer Rasheed Office Phone ....................................... 937-382-6661, Ext. 347 Office Fax ...................................................... 937-383-8557 Cell Phone ...................................................... 513-578-9388 E-mail ................................ ameer_rasheed@wilmington.edu Web site ................................. www.wilmingtonquakers.com Press Box Phone ...............................................937-725-6703

Why We Play D3 Athletics ...................................... Back Cover

CREDITS The 2013 Wilmington College Football Media Guide is produced and edited by the Wilmington College Sports Information Department EDITOR/DESIGNER: Jayson Ameer Rasheed EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE: Sahe Wright, Rachel Gutowski, Sammy Koerner PHOTOGRAPHS: John Swartzel, Randy Sarvis, Tony Tribble GRAPHICS: Linda Duran-O’Malley, Jayson Ameer Rasheed

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ON THE COVER Seniors Aaron Day, Donnie Ary, Trevor Hooker, Antonio Turner and Brandon Arehart are looking to lead a turnaround 2013 season.

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Season Preview

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he 2013 season is destined to mark the first steps of a rebuilding process that hopes to return the Wilmington College football team back to near the top of the Ohio Athletic Conference. The new coaching staff, led by head coach Stacey Hairston, realizes its not going to happen overnight. Just don’t try to tell them that on Saturdays. “Reality tells me you have to take baby steps, you can’t just go out there from 1-9 to 9-1,” said Hairston. “That is what reality is, but on game day, I have a false sense of reality. I don’t have a reality. For me, it’s real simple. I am trying to win. The whole rebuilding thing is a process. You have to take baby steps, but on game day, there is no such thing as baby steps – I am trying to win.” While the ultimate goal is wins, and improving on the 1-29 record over the last three seasons, Hairston has other ways of determining whether the 2013 season is successful. “When I try to evaluate a successful season, it’s not exactly wins and losses,” said Hairston. “What are your mental thoughts going into the game, and going into the fourth quarter, do we have a chance to win. That is all I can ask. We have 10 games on the schedule, and in 10 games, if going to the fourth quarter we have a chance to win – that is a huge success because that is a big turnaround. That’s my goal. We play well enough through three quarters that the game is still in doubt in the fourth. Some games you are going to win, some you are going to lose – that is part of it. But if we don’t have a chance in the fourth quarter, something is wrong. It means we have some work to do.” The biggest challenge for the team will come in the trenches where the offensive line has been one of the most maligned position groups over the past couple of

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Senior quarterback Brandon Arehart (14) and senior safety Trevor Hooker are the defacto leaders of their respective units. Both possess the intangible skills and high football IQs to boost their sides of the ball.

seasons.

his way into making an impact.

They return six players that have made multiple starts along the line. Sophomores Tyler Johnson and Matt Buell anchor the line from the tackle position. Junior Jeremy Welch has started 20 straight games at center, while juniors Tyler DeVore and Scott Duncan have manned the guard positions. Junior Matt Stooksbury, who moved to tackle last in the season, moves back to his natural tight end position.

Who ever comes out of the camp battles will be given the main responsibility of protecting senior quarterback Brandon Arehart. The three-year starter comes into the season as the only non-freshman signal caller on the roster.

However, despite having the experience, the offensive linecould have the most turnover.

“I have been extremely impressed with Brandon,” said Hairston. “Reality is reality, and he is our saving grace right now. He is such an intelligent man. He is truly a blessing for us. Bringing in a new offense, it’s not simple to pick up and it’s not simple to have success right away, and he gives us that chance.”

“Reality tells me I will have at least two freshmen starting and it’s possible three,” said Hairston. “I understand the trials and tribulations in having a freshman start on the offensive line. But talent-wise and skill-wise, they are an upgrade from what we had in the past.”

He comes into his final collegiate season ranked fifth in nearly every Wilmington career passing category with 4,414 yards on 387 completions with 789 attempts and 27 touchdowns. He is sixth with 34 interceptions.

Sophomore Ian Stewart could also push

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Season Preview have the best season of his career. While the quarterback gets much of the blame for loss and much of the credit for wins, Arehart needs weapons to ultimately be successful. “The wide receiver group is, offensively, our best position,” said Hairston. “The talent we have there can potentially make life easier for the offensive line, quarterbacks and even the running backs. There is some skill there, and we have to use it to our best advantage.”

bare. Freshman Zach Cooper joined the team at the start of the winter semester, and participated in spring practice. Sophomore Zach Cumby and freshman Jerry Williams III join Koyfis in the fullback battle. Defensively, Wilmington has a solid foundation along the defensive line. Two-time All-OAC performer Donnie Ary is joined by All-OAC selection Chris Ferguson, senior Aaron Day and sophomore Linden Ayoki to form a formidable foursome.

Wilmington returns its top receiving threat in sophomore Jeremy Duncan. The 6-5 receiver led the team with 24 catches for 405 yards and two touchdowns. His 405 yards were more that twice as much as his nearest teammate.

Ary led all WC defensive linemen with 54 tackles and was second with 12 tackles for loss, while Ferguson added team-highs with 13 tackles for loss and five sacks to go along with 31 tackles. Day chipped in with 29 tackles.

The coaching staff thinks Duncan has only scratched the surface of his ability,

However, their main duty in the new defensive scheme is to eat up blockers and enable the linebackers to make plays.

“My thing is for him to get into his mind and have him realize the threat that he poses to any defense in the nation,” Hairston added. “Standing at 6-4, 6-5, 215 pounds, he is never covered. Most defensive backs stand at 5-9, 5-10, he should be dominating these guys. Any team that lines up one-on-one against us, we have to win. We will take our shot right there, and I will put my money on him.” Duncan isn’t the only receiver that will turn heads this season. Seniors Antonio Turner, Stephen Donoghue and Kyle Akers bring a physical presence to the position, while sophomore Cody Reigelsperger made the greatest impression during the spring camp. The Fightin’ Quakers will turn to someone not on the roster at the end of last season at running back. Sophomore Alex Koyfis moves to fullback after leading the team in rushing, and the graduation of its two other rushers, have left the spot almost

The main playmaker is sophomore Nick Williams, who will be moving from outside linebacker to the middle. In his five games last season, Williams was probably the best player on the team. He finished seventh with 43 tackles while playing just half the season. His 8.6 tackles per game was the highest average on the team. “Based on what he has shown me in his limited time, going into spring ball, I want my best defensive guy in the middle,” said Hairston. “He has turned into a true leader of this defense.” Moving Williams to the middle isn’t the only change to the unit as sophomore Amari Bryant moves from cornerback to weakside linebacker. He played in all 10 games last season with 21 tackles. The hottest position battle will be on the strongside, where juniors Jared Burson and Dakota Hruby, along with sophomore Jacob Fugate will battle a host of incom-

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ing freshman for the position. Junior Jason Phillips returns to the other middle linebacker position after leading the team in four forced fumbles, while registering 59 tackles. Hairston said his physical nature and run stopping ability is key to the ‘Bob’ linebacker position. Senior Trevor Hooker and junior Joe Joe Knecht return to the defensive backfield after starting all 10 games at free safety and cornerback, respectively. Hooker, a two-year starter, finished the season with 59 tackles and brings intangibles and skill to the position. “Trevor is clearly the most technically sound defensive back we have,” said Hairston. “After watching him this spring, I am very happy to have him. He is the quarterback of the defense. He has to be able to run the defense, and when the quarterbacks make mistakes, and try to thread the ball where it’s not supposed to be, he has to make them pay for it.” Knecht led the team with 76 tackles and his lone interception sealed Wilmington’s Homecoming victory over Marietta. Junior Eric Watts moves to strong safety, and has the inside track on beginning the season as the starter. Juniors Drew Dutoi and R.J. Zygarowski, along with sophomore Olof Eriksson are competing at the other corner position. While there are no questions Hruby will be the team’s long snapper, the Quakers have plenty of questions to answer in the kicking game. A true freshman will have to handle the punting duties, while sophomore kickers Cole Voltz and Geremie Dart have yet to appear in a college game. Wilmington opens the season 1:30 p.m. September 7th as the Fightin’ Quakers host Olivet in non-conference action.

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Head Coach Stacey Hairston Wilmington College has selected Stacey Hairston to guide the Quakers’ football program as its new head coach. The former professional football player with the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns spent both his collegiate playing career and a dozen years as an assistant coach at conference rival Ohio Northern University. Terry Rupert, vice president for athletics administration and director of athletics, announced Hairston’s hiring on December 19, following an extensive national search to succeed Ken Minor, who left the team at mid-season after nearly two and a half years as head coach. “We are thrilled to hire a coach with Stacey’s experience and knowledge of the Ohio Athletic Conference,” Rupert said. “His extensive playing and coaching experience will benefit the football team. He impressed the selection committee with his thorough plan to build our football program.” Hairston spent the past season as the defensive coordinator at Bluefield College (VA) in the school’s first varsity season. The Columbus native also served for two seasons as an assistant coach for the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League. “I have coached in the OAC and have seen Wilmington from afar,” Hairston said. “It’s a good, quality school in a good location. The location is ideal; near Cincinnati, Springfield, Dayton and Columbus. You have to hit those areas hard to have a chance.” Not only does Hairston bring extensive coaching experience to the table, he played professional football for seven years. After being signed as a free agent in 1989 by the Dallas Cowboys, Hairston spent a year in Dallas before playing three seasons north of the border as a three-year starting defensive back for the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

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He returned to the NFL for three seasons with the Cleveland Browns, where he was an integral part of the league’s topranked defense in 1994. Hairston coached ONU’s defensive backs and special teams for seven seasons After a short stint as the team’s interim head coach, he was promoted to co-defensive coordinator and co-special teams coordinator, where he stayed until 2008.

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Coaching Records

Years Coach Years W L T 1900-04 Unknown 5 7 4 0 1905 Harry B Hobbs 1 0 3 1 1906 N/A - - - - 1907 Unknown 1 3 2 1 1908 T. Bales/O. Thatcher 1 5 2 0 1909-16 Oliver Thatcher 8 11 39 2 1917 Unknown 1 1 3 1 1918 No Team - - - - 1919 Neil Price 1 1 6 0 1920 Henry B. Bogue 1 0 6 0 1921-22 Fowler “Chick” Harper 2 15 4 0 1923-29 Charles “Shifty” Bolen 7 28 24 1 1930-31 E.J. Steele 2 6 8 1 1932 E. Daulton Peelle 1 2 6 0 1933-45 No Team - - - - 1946 Harold Shelly 1 0 6 0 1947-56 Fred Raizk 10 40 37 2 1957-59 Rex Simonds 3 2 17 1 1960-62 C.W. Van Schoyck 3 2 22 0 1963-66 Don Pinhey 4 6 24 2 1967-68 Gary Banks 2 4 13 1 1969-71 Bill Atsalis 3 13 14 1 1972-90 Bill Ramseyer 19 114 58 4 1991-03 Mike Wallace 13 53 74 1 2004 Phil Dorn 1 3 7 0 2005-09 Barry Wolf 5 12 38 0 2010-2012 Ken Minor 3 0 23 0 2012 Jay Niswonger * 1 1 6 0 Totals 98 329 446 19 * Jay Niswonger took over as interim coach after Ken Minor resigned Most Victories Bill Ramseyer Mike Wallace Fred Raizk \ Best Winning PCT. Fowler Harper Bill Ramseyer Charles Bolen Longest Tenure Bill Ramseyer Mike Wallace Fred Raizk

PCT .636 .125 .533 .714 .231 .300 -.142 .000 .789 .538 .433 .250 -.000 .519 .125 .083 .219 .250 .482 .659 .418 .300 .200 .000 .166 \

114 53 40

(15-4-0) (114-58-4) (28-24-1)

.789 .659 .538

19 13 10

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Greg Forest Offensive Coordinator Greg Forest is in his first season as the Wilmington College offensive coordinator after two seasons at Division III Buffalo State, where he was the team’s offensive coordinator in 2012. The BSU Bengals averaged 23.5 points per game and were second in the Empire 8 in rushing with 270.9 yards per game. Forest, a 1992 graduate of Ohio Northern, worked under current Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly at Central Michigan and Cincinnati before joining the staff at Buffalo. He spent one season as the Bulls’ offensive coordinator. He was instrumental as UC’s quarterbacks coach in one of Cincinnati’s BIG EAST title runs as, due to injuries, the Bearcats were forced to use five different quarterbacks in their unbeaten season. He also oversaw the growth and development of two-time BIG EAST quarterback and former Carolina Panther Tony Pike. The 6-6 Pike threw for 2,520 yards and 29 touchdowns as the Bearcats scored a school record 502 points en route to their second straight BIG EAST championship.

Bryce Bozeman Defensive Line/Strength and Conditioning Bryce Bozman is in his first season as the defensive line coach/strength & conditioning coach at Wilmington. Bozman follows Hairston from Bluefield College, where he served as the part-time defensive line coach for the Rams. A veteran of the United States Army, he spent nearly two years in Iraq and Afghanistan. Following his tours, Bozman he has lent his strength and conditioning expertise at a variety of levels from high school to college to professional indoor football.

Marque Jones Receivers Marque Jones has been an integral part of Wilmington College football for more than three decades. Jones stresses all phases of the wide receiver position, and the results speak for themselves. Four Wilmington College receivers — most recently Jon Cain — have received All-American honors under Jones’ tutelage.

Andrew Fries Offensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator Andrew Fries is in his first season at Wilmington College as the offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator. After one year away from the Ohio Athletic Conference, Fries returns to Ohio. A former player and graduate assistant at Otterbein, Fries spent the past year as the offensive line coach/ running game coordinator at Lakeland College. The Muskies averaged 157.4 yards on the ground in 2012, and one of his linemen earned second team All-Northern Athletics Conference. As a player, Fries helped Otterbein to a 25-16 record, including the school’s first-ever playoff appearance in 2008. He earned first team All-OAC in both 2007 and 2008. He was voted OAC Lineman of the Year in 2008, as well as being named NCAA Division III second team All-Region and third team All-American.

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A native of Miami, Fla., Jones was a two-year starter at Curley High School, graduating in 1969. During his collegiate career with the Quakers, Jones was a fouryear letter winner (1973-76) at wide receiver. He caught 39 career passes for 620 yards, averaging 15.8 yards per reception. His most productive season was 1975, when he hauled in 21 receptions for 310 yards. Jones graduated from Wilmington in 1977 with a business administration degree and attended University of Cincinnati on a graduate honor scholarship. In 1979, he received a master’s in marketing from UC. Jones and his wife, Terri, reside in Wilmington.

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Will Issac Running Backs

Herbert H. Hufford III Offensive Intern

Will Isaac returns to the Quaker sideline for his 11th year as an assistant coach and eighth season as running backs coach. Isaac is no stranger to the position he coaches. In 2002, he became just the fifth running back in Wilmington College history to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark in a season when he gained 1,006 yards in 10 games. In 2001 he narrowly missed the 1,000-yard plateau, rushing for 901.

Herbert H. Hufford III is in his first season as an offensive intern on the Wilmington College coaching staff. He comes to WC after spending last season at Dean College as the tight ends coach and video coordinator. He held a similar position at Ohio Northern University, where he earned his degree, in 2010.

Despite an injury-shortened career, Isaac ranks third in Wilmington College history in career rushing yards with 2,191, second in rushing attempts with 545 and fourth in rushing touchdowns with 17. Isaac, his daughter, Mya Jackson, and his wife, Kim, reside in Wilmington.

Phillip Kaiser Defensive Intern

Will Bowman Linebackers Will Bowman returns for his second season as an assistant coach. A 1991 graduate of Muskingum College, Bowman begins his 20th season in coaching. After 4 ½ years as a student assistant at Muskingum, he went on to assistant coaching positions at Hartwick College, Canisius College, University of Toledo, Thomas More College and Ohio Northern University. He also coached at Lakewood St. Edward, LaSalle and Oak Hills high

Phillip Kaiser joins the Wilmington coaching staff as a defensive intern. He comes to WC after serving as a football operations intern at the University of Kentucky. During his undergraduate years at Bowling Green University, he was a team manager and assisted with recruiting.

schools. Bowman received his master’s degree from Canisius College. Bowman and his wife, Georgine, have a daughter, Abby. They reside in Fairfield.

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2013 Wilmington Football Returners # 1 4 5 8 14 16 17 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 30 32 35 37 41 42 45 51 54 56 70 73 74 75 78 82

Name Alex Koyfis Antonio Turner Aaron Day Trevor Hooker Brandon Arehart Amari Bryant Olof Eriksson Stephen Donoghue Eric Watts Drew Dutoi R.J. Zygarowski Zach Cumby Kyle Akers Joe Joe Knecht Zach Cooper Jacob Fugate Jared Burson Dakota Hruby Matt Stooksbury Jerry Williams III Nick Williams Tyler Johnson Jeremy Welch Jason Phillips Scott Duncan Matt Buell Tyler DeVore Donnie Ary Ian Stewart Geremie Dart

Pos. FB WR DL DB QB LB DB WR DB DB DB FB WR DB RB LB LB DL TE FB LB OL OL LB OL OL OL DL OL K

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

Wt. 220 190 250 185 189 195 195 185 174 145 190 220 165 170 190 185 210 180 230 215 195 245 243 245 295 280 265 295 275 135

Yr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. So. So.

Hometown/High School Kristianstad, Sweden/Soderportgymnasiet Gahanna, OH/Gahanna Lincoln Cincinnati, OH/Walnut Hills New Port Richey, FL/River Ridge Wilmington, OH/Wilmington West Chester, OH/Lakota West Dala-Jarna, Sweden/Dala-Jarna Liberty Township, OH/Lakota East Zanesville, OH/Zanesville Bremen, IN/LaVille New Port Riche, FL/River Ridge Coudersport, PA/Coudersport Sabina, OH/East Clinton Lancaster, OH/Lancaster Mount Pleasant, PA/Mount Pleasant Yellow Springs, OH/Yellow Springs Springboro, OH/Springboro Marblehead, OH/Danbury Centerburg, OH/Highland Dayton, OH/Colonel White Cleveland, OH/Fairview Lebanon, OH/Lebanon Santa Paula, CA/Santa Paula Etiwanda, CA/Etiwanda Liberty Township, OH/Lakota East Camden, OH/Preble Shawnee Springfield, OH/Greenon Jamestown, OH/Greeneview Amelia, OH/Amelia Clarksville, OH/Clinton-Massie

84 85 87 90 99

Cody Reigelsperger Jeremy Duncan Cole Voltz Chris Ferguson Linden Ayoki

WR WR K DL DL

6-1 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-0

170 215 175 250 325

So. So. So. Sr. So.

Trenton, OH/Edgewood Cincinnati, OH/Moeller Mt. Sterling, OH/Mt. Sterling Springfield, OH/North Cincinnati, OH/LaSalle

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#25 l Kyle Akers

#99 l Linden Ayoki

Senior l WR l 5-9 l 175 Sabina, OH l East Clinton NOTES: Played in all 10 games ... finished with 10 catches and was second on the team with 179 yards.

2011 2012 Career

GP 10 10 20

Rec. 18 10 28

Yds 228 179 407

Avg. 12.7 17.9 14.5

TD Long Avg/G 2 27 22.8 1 36 17.9 3 36 20.4

Sophomore l NG Cincinnati, OH

GP 10 10 10 30

2012 Career

Ast 2 2

Total 5 5

Sophomore l OLB l 5-8 l 200 West Chester, OH l Lakota West

NOTES: Three-year starter at quarterback, also served as punter ... member of WC baseball team ... 4x Academic All-OAC member ... Top 10 all-time at WC in passing yards and touchdowns.

NOTES: Moving from cornerback to linebacker ... good speed at position.

Pct. 41.8 50.5 49.0 49.0

Yds 1,423 1,715 1,276 4,414

TD 9 10 8 27

Long 60 66 79 79

Yds/Gm 142.3 171.5 127.6 147.1

NOTES: Two-time All-OAC selection ... led WC linemen in tackles ... preseason All-Ohio selection ... good strength, quickness off line.

Ast 23 21 29 73

Total 33 36 54 123

TFL 3.5 4.0 12 19.5

Sacks 0 1 1 2

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TFL 0 0

Sacks 0 0

FF/FR 0/0 0/0

2012 Career

GP 10 10

Solo 12 12

Ast 9 9

Total 21 21

TFL 1 1

INT 0 0

PBU FF/FR 2 0/0 2 0/0

#73 l Matt Buell

Senior l NG l 6-3 l 300 Jamestown, OH l Greeneview

Solo 10 15 25 50

Solo 3 3

Senior l QB l 6-1 l 200 Wilmington, OH l Wilmington

Comp-Att-Int 110-263-12 152-301-12 125-225-10 387-789-34

GP 10 10 10 30

GP 7 7

#16 l Amari Bryant

#75 l Donnie Ary

2010 2011 2012 Career

l

6-0 l 325 LaSalle

NOTES: Played in seven games ... could make an impact as part of the defensive line rotation ... excellent strength at point of attack.

#14 l Brandon Arehart

2010 2011 2012 Career

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Sophomore l OL l 6-3 l 280 Camden, OH l Preble Shawnee NOTES: Could provide depth along the offensive line.

FF/FR 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/1

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#35 l Jared Burson

#24 l Zach Cumby

Junior l OLB l 6-2 l 210 Springboro, OH l Springboro

Sophomore l FB l 6-1 l 220 Coudersport, PA l Coudersport

NOTES: Played in all 10 games, all on special teams ... could provide linebacker depth.

NOTES: Moves from running back to fullback ... play in six games last season.

2012 Career

Senior l DE Cincinnati, OH

l l

6-2 l 250 Walnut Hills

NOTES: Part of the defensive line rotation ... started all 10 games last season ... solid quickness ... plays well at the edge.

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Total 26 26 52

TD Long Avg/G 0 2 0.3 0 2 0.3

#85 l Jeremy Duncan

#5 l Aaron Day

Ast 12 20 32

Y/C 2.0 2.0

NOTES: Mid-semester transfer ... participated in spring drills.

NOTES: Will compete for vacant kicking position.

Solo 14 9 23

Net 2 2

Freshman l RB l 5-11 l 200 Mt. Pleasant, PA l Mt. Pleasant

Sophomore l K l 5-7 l 145 Clarksville, OH l Clinton-Massie

GP 10 10 20

Rus. 1 1

#30 l Zach Cooper

#82 l Geramie Dart

2011 2012 Career

GP 6 6

TFL 2 5 7

Sacks 0 1 1

FF/FR 0/3 1/0 1/3

Sophomore l WR l 6-5 l 210 Cincinnati, OH l Moeller NOTES: A relative novice to the position ... led team with 24 catches for 405 yards ... excellent height ... member of the WC track team ... brother of former XU forward, Josh Duncan. 2012 Career

GP 10 10

Rec. 24 24

Yds 405 405

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Avg. 16.9 16.9

TD Long Avg/G 2 79 40.5 2 79 40.5


#70 l Scott Duncan

#74 l Tyler DeVore Junior l OL l 5-9 l 265 Springfield, OH l Greenon

Junior l OL l 6-0 l 265 Liberty Twp., OH l Lakota East

NOTES: Played in eight games along the offensive line.

NOTES: Started nine of 10 games along the offensive line.

#19 l Stephen Donoghue

#21 l Drew Dutoi

Senior l WR l 6-0 l 185 Liberty Twp., OH l Lakota East

Junior l CB l 5-6 l 145 Bremen, OH l LaVille

NOTES: Moving back to receiver after playing wing in the old offense ... was third on team with 15 receptions ... a converted quarterback.

NOTES: Versatile defensive back that could excel on special teams.

2011 2012 Career

GP 10 9 19

Rec. 17 15 32

Yds 171 60 231

Avg. 10.1 4.0 7.2

TD Long Avg/G 0 30 17.2 1 11 6.7 1 30 12.2

#17 l Olof Eriksson Sophomore l CB l 6-2 l 190 Dale-Jarna, Sweden l Dale-Jarna NOTES: Versatile athlete that could eventually play safety ... played in eight games with six starts.

2012 Career

GP 8 8

Solo 15 15

Ast 1 1

Total 16 16

TFL 0 0

INT 0 0

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GP 3 3

Solo 1 1

Ast 2 2

Total 3 3

TFL 0 0

INT 0 0

PBU FF/FR 0 0/0 0 0/0

#32 l Jacob Fugate Sophomore l OLB l 5-10 l 185 Yellow Springs, OH l Yellow Springs NOTES: Looking to provide depth in the linebacking corps.

PBU FF/FR 0 0/0 0 0/0

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#37 l Dakota Hruby

#90 l Chris Ferguson

Junior l LS l 6-1 l 180 Marblehead, OH l Danbury

Senior l DE l 6-4 l 250 Springfield, OH l North

NOTES: The team’s long snapper ... could provide linebacker depth.

NOTES: 2012 Honorable Mention All-OAC ... led the team with five sacks ... started all 10 games.

2011 2012 Career

GP 6 10 16

Solo 6 15 21

Ast 6 16 22

Total 12 31 43

TFL 0 13 13

Sacks 0 5 5

PBU FF/FR 0 0/0 2 1/2 2 1/2

#51 l Tyler Johnson

#8 l Trevor Hooker

2010 2011 2012 Career

GP 4 9 10 23

Solo 4 24 34 62

Senior l S l 5-8 l 190 New Port Richey, FL l River Ridge

Sophomore l OL l 6-4 l 245 Lebanon, OH l Lebanon

NOTES: Started all 10 games ... was fourth on the team in tackles.

NOTES: Competing for a starting position along the line.

Ast 4 15 25 44

Total 8 39 59 106

TFL 0 0 1 1

INT 0 1 0 1

PBU FF/FR 1 0/0 1 0/0 2 0/1 4 0/1

#26 l Joe Joe Knecht Junior l CB l 6-0 l 175 Lancaster, OH l Lancaster NOTES: Started all 10 games ... sealed Marietta victory with interception the endzone ... led the team with 76 tackles.

2011 2012 Career

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GP 10 10 20

Solo 25 48 73

Ast 12 28 40

Total 37 76 113

TFL 0.5 1 1.5

INT 2 1 3

PBU FF/FR 4 1/0 7 0/0 11 1/0

#1 l Alex Koyfis Sophomore

l

FB

l

6-1

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220

Kristianstad, Sweden l Soderportgymnasiet

NOTES: Played in nine games with six starts at running back ... finished the season second on the team in rushing ... moving to fullback.

2012 Career

GP 9 9

Rus. 67 67

Net 233 233

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Y/C 3.5 3.5

TD Long Avg/G 1 43 25.9 1 43 25.9


#56 l Jason Phillips

2012 Career

GP 9 9

Solo 32 32

#84 l Cody Reigelsberger

Junior l MLB l 6-0 l 245 Etiwanda, CA l Etiwanda

Sophomore l WR l 6-1 l 170 Trenton, OH l Edgewood

NOTES: Started nine games in his first season at Wilmington ... brings force to every tackle ... led team in forced fumbles.

NOTES: Turned heads during spring drills, could find way into rotation.

Ast 27 27

Total 59 59

TFL Sacks 6 0 6 0

INT 1 1

PBU FF/FR 0 4/2 0 4/2

#4 l Antonio Turner

#41 l Matt Stooksbury

2011 2012 Career

GP 10 6 16

Rec. 6 2 8

Junior l TE l 6-4 l 230 Centerburg, OH l Highland

Senior l WR l 6-1 l 190 Gahanna, OH l Lincoln

NOTES: Possibly the best blocker returning ... moved to tackle midseason, and will return to tight end this season.

NOTES: Played with pure intensity ... good tough receiver ... converted defensive back.

Yds 66 9 75

Avg. 11.0 4.5 9.4

TD Long Avg/G 0 20 6.6 0 7 1.5 0 20 4.7

#78 l Ian Stewart Sophomore l OL l 6-3 l 275 Amelia, OH l Amelia NOTES: Hardworker ... improved strength in off-season ... could challenge for playing time.

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GP 10 10

Rec. 13 13

Yds 171 171

Avg. 13.2 13.2

TD Long Avg/G 0 25 17.1 0 25 17.1

#20 l Eric Watts Junior l S l 6-0 l 180 Zanesville, OH l Zanesville NOTES: Played in three games last season, all on special teams.

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#45 l Nick Williams

#54 l Jeremy Welch

Sophomore l MLB l 5-11 l 200 Cleveland, OH l Fairview NOTES: Was possibly best defensive player over the last five games ... averaged 8.6 tackles ... named OAC Defensive Player of the Week (10/22/13).

2012 Career

GP 5 5

Solo 20 20

Ast 23 23

Total 43 43

TFL Sacks 11 1 11 1

INT 1 1

Junior l C l 5-11 l 245 Santa Paula, CA l Santa Paula NOTES: Started all 10 games at center.

PBU FF/FR 0 1/0 0 1/0

#23 l R.J. Zygarowski Junior l DB l 6-0 l 190 New Port Richey, FL l River Ridge NOTES: Has recorded four tackles in five games during his career.

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Media Information The 2012-13 Wilmington College Football Media Guide is a multipurpose publication that is published primarily as a source of information for media, fans, parents, and alumni. This page lists the procedures that should facilitate coverage of Wilmington College. Additional information, news releases, statistics and photographs are available to media members upon request. Director of Sports Information: Jayson Ameer Rasheed is in his second season as the director. The Wilmington College Sports Information Office is located in the Public Relations Office on campus at 107 College Street. The office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays. The office phone number is (937) 382-6661, ext. 347; the fax is (937) 383-8557. Rasheed can also be reached via email at ameer_rasheed@wilmington.edu. Media Credentials: Credentials for home games can be obtained by calling or writing Jayson Ameer Rasheed. Requests in advance will be mailed; all others will be left at the ticket booth.

Press Services: A media packet, including a game program, game notes, press releases, starting lineups, rosters and statistics, is available to each media member before the game. Individual and team statistics will be distributed after the game. Interviews: Because of academic schedules, players are available at various times throughout the day. To arrange interviews with coaches or players, please contact the Sports Information Office. Phone/Fax Service: A courtesy telephone is available for the “official� radio station of the visiting team on a reciprocal basis. An additional line can be made available for $40 per game. Please call at least one week in advance to reserve a line. Newspaper Coverage: Follow WC football on a daily basis in the sports pages of the Wilmington News Journal. Sports editor Mark Huber will keep WC fans up to date with game stories, results, stats and feature stories. Other regional papers that provide WC results and updates include the Dayton Daily News and the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Directions to Williams Stadium From the south: Take I-71 north to State Route 73. Follow 73 east toward Wilmington. There is a new bypass in which Route 73 goes around Wilmington, so you will want to make a right turn onto Mitchell Road at the first stoplight, and then make a left turn onto Old Route 73 (Wayne Road) to continue into town. This will bring you through the business district of the town. Turn right onto College Street. From the north: Take I-71 south to U.S. 68. Follow 68 south into Wilmington. Turn left onto Main Street and follow it through Wilmington to College Street. Turn right onto College Street.

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From the east: Take State Route 22-3 west through Wilmington. Turn left onto College Street. From the west: Follow State Route 73 east toward Wilmington. There is a new bypass in which Route 73 goes around Wilmington, so you will want to make a right turn onto Mitchell Road at the first stoplight, and then make a left turn onto Old Route 73 (Wayne Road) to continue into town. This will bring you through the business district of the town. Turn right onto College Street.

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Olivet

Ohio Athletic Conference

September 7 Wilmington - Williams Stadium Location: Olivet, Mich. 49076 Founded ........................................... 1844 Nickname ..................................... Comets Colors ................................. Red and White Enrollment ........................................ 1,156 Stadium . ............... Cutler Athletic Complex Surface ...................................... Artificial Conference . ..................................... MIAA Affiliation .............................. NCAA Div. III President.................. Steven M. Corey, Ph.D. Director of Athletics............................. TBA Office Phone .................... 269-749-7189 Head Coach ................................ Dan Pifer Alma Mater ................. California (Pa.) Football Phone ............. 269-749-4183 Career Record .................... 0-10/1 year Record at School ............... 0-10/1 year 2012 Record ....................................... 0-10 2012 Conference Record....................... 0-6 Basic Offense ............................... multiple Basic Defense ..................................... 4-3 SID ...................................... Geoff Henson Phone ......................... 269-749-7602 Fax .............................. 269-749-7688 Email ........ ghenson@olivetcollege.edu

The Ohio Athletic Conference, the third-oldest conference in college athletics, is predated only by the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (1888) and the Big Ten (1895). The Conference is older than the World Series and even the NCAA itself, and has survived two World Wars, the Great Depression, the Korean War and the Vietnam Conflict. From a modest beginning of six charter members in 1902, the OAC grew to as many as 24 members in the mid-1920’s. Through the years a total of 31 colleges and universities at one time or another have been members of the OAC. Currently, the Conference consists of 10 members: Baldwin-Wallace University, Capital University, Heidelberg University, John Carroll University, Marietta College, University of Mount Union, Muskingum University, Ohio Northern University, Otterbein University and Wilmington College. Wilmington became the 31st OAC member school in July 1, 2000. The enrollments of the 10 OAC institutions range from 1,200 to 4,500. All of the schools were founded in the 19th century, and have long and outstanding academic reputations. While maintaining these high academic standards, OAC athletic teams and athletes have consistently enjoyed a great deal of success on a regional and national level. The athletic competition is viewed not as an end in itself, but as an extension of the edcational programs.

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2013 Schedule

9-7 9-14 9-21 9-28 10-5 10-12 10-26 11-2 11-9 11-16

at Wilmington ....................... 1 p.m. WISCONSIN LUTHERAN ............. 1 p.m. ROCKFORD ............................. 1 p.m. at North Park . ....................... 2 p.m. * at Alma .......................... 1:30 p.m. * HOPE .................................. 2 p.m. * at Adrian ............................ 5 p.m. * at Albion ................................ TBA * TRINE ................................. 1 p.m. * KALAMAZOO ........................ 1 p.m.

9-1 9-8 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-20 10-27 11-3 11-10

at Robert Morris . .................. L, 42-0 at Wisconsin Luthern ............ L, 38-14 at Rockford ......................... L, 28-12 NORTH PARK ........................ L, 46-21 * ALMA ............................... L, 20-14 * at Hope ............................ L, 24-14 * ADRIAN . ........................... L, 28-8 * ALBION .............................. L, 21-15 * at Trine ............................ L, 49-21 * at Kalamazoo ..................... L, 31-16

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Otterbein

Heidelberg

Muskingum

September 14 Westerville - Memorial Stadium

September 21 Tiffin - Mayer Field

October 5 Wilmington - Williams Stadium

Location ............................ Westerville, OH Founded ........................................... 1847 Nickname .................................. Cardinals Colors ............................. Tan and Cardinal Enrollment ..................................... 3,000 Stadium ............. Memorial Stadium (4,000) Surface................................... Natural Turf Conference . .......................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation.............................. NCAA Div. III President ...............................Kathy Krendl Director of Athletics ...............Dawn Stewart Office Phone ..................... 614-823-3529 Head Coach ............................... Tim Doup Alma Mater .................... Otterbein (‘92) Football Phone ................. 614-823-3529 Career Record . ................... 8-2 (2nd yr) Record at School . ............... 8-2 (2nd yr) 2012 Record ........................................ 8-2 2012 Conference Record ....................... 7-2 Basic Offense ................................. Spread Basic Defense ..................................... 3-4 SID .......................................... Ed Syguda Phone . ............................. 614-823-1288 Fax . ................................. 614-823-1360 Email . .............. esyguda@otterbein.edu 9-7 9-21 9-28 10-5 10-12 10-19 10-26 11-2 11-9 11-16 9-1 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3

2013 Schedule

ST. JOHN FISHER ................. 1:30 p.m. * WILMINGTON ....................... 2 p.m. * at John Carroll ......................... TBA * BALDWIN-WALLACE ............... 7 p.m. * at Muskingum ......................... TBA * HEIDELBERG ......................... 7 p.m. * at Mount Union ....................... TBA * CAPITAL .......................... 1:30 p.m. * MARIETTA ....................... 1:30 p.m. * at Ohio Northern ...................... TBA

2012 Results

GALLAUDET . ........................ W, 15-0 * at Wilmington .................. W, 54-10 * JOHN CARROLL .................... W, 21-7 * at Baldwin-Wallace ........... W, 38-17 * MUSKINGUM .......................... 23-13 * at Heidelberg ...................... L, 21-0 * MOUNT UNION ..................... L, 51-0 * at Capital ......................... W, 23-9 * at Marietta . .................... W, 40-20

Location .................................... Tiffin, OH Founded ........................................... 1850 Nickname ............. Fighting Student Princes Colors .............................. Orange and Red Enrollment ...................................... 1,500 Stadium ....................... Mayer Field (3,500) Surface........................................ Artificial Conference . .......................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation.............................. NCAA Div. III President ................ Dr. F. Dominic Dottavio Director of Athletics ................... Matt Palm Office Phone ........................ 419-504-41 Head Coach ............................ Mike Hallett Alma Mater ............... Mount Union (‘94) Football Phone ................. 419-448-2019 Career Record . ................ 49-42 (9th yr) Record at School . ............ 34-27 (6th yr) 2012 Record ........................................ 9-2 2012 Conference Record ....................... 8-1 Basic Offense ............................... Multiple Basic Defense ..................................... 4-3 SID........................................... Jeff Garvin Phone . ............................ 419-448-2140 Fax . ................................ 419-448-2034 Email . .............. jgarvin@heidelberg.edu

Location ......................... New Concord, OH Founded ........................................... 1837 Nickname .................................... Muskies Colors .......................... Black and Magenta Enrollment ...................................... 1,700 Stadium .......... McConagha Stadium (5,000) Surface.................................. ProGrass Turf Conference . .......................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation.............................. NCAA Div. III President ....................... Dr. Anne C. Steele Director of Athletics ................. Larry Shank Office Phone .................... 740-826-8320 Head Coach ................................. Al Logan Alma Mater ................. Muskingum (‘82) Football Phone ................ 740-826-8325 Career Record . ................. 17-43 (7th yr) Record at School . ............. 17-43 (7th yr) 2012 Record ........................................ 3-7 2012 Conference Record ....................... 3-6 Basic Offense ................................. Spread Basic Defense ..................................... 4-3 SID ........................................ Tom Caudill Phone . ........................... 740-826-8022 Fax . ............................... 740-826-8026 Email . ............ tcaudill@muskingum.edu

2013 Schedule

2013 Schedule

9-7 9-21 9-28 10-5 10-12 10-19 10-26 11-2 11-9 11-16

ALMA ................................1:30 p.m. * OHIO NORTHERN ................... 2 p.m. * WILMINGTON ................... 1:30 p.m. * at Marietta . ........................ 7 p.m. * CAPITAL .......................... 1:30 p.m. * at Otterbein ........................ 7 p.m. * at Muskingum ................. 1:30 p.m. * MOUNT UNION ................. 1:30 p.m. * at John Carroll ................. 1:30 p.m. * at Baldwin-Wallace .......... 1:30 p.m.

9-7 9-21 9-28 10-5 10-12 10-19 10-26 11-2 11-9 11-16

at Waynesburg .................. 1:30 p.m. * MOUNT UNION ................. 1:30 p.m. * at Baldwin-Wallace .............. 2 p.m. * at Wilmington ..................... 2 p.m. * OTTERBEIN ....................... 1:30 p.m. * at John Carroll ................. 1:30 p.m. * HEIDELBERG ..................... 1:30 p.m. * OHIO NORTHERN ............... 1:30 p.m. * at Capital ....................... 1:30 p.m. * MARIETTA ....................... 1:30 p.m.

9-1 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3 11-10 11-17

at Alma .............................. W, 45-0 * at Ohio Northern ................ W, 43-7 * at Wilmington ................... W, 56-2 * MARIETTA ....................... W, 56-24 * at Capital ........................ W, 45-10 * OTTERBEIN .......................... W, 21-0 * MUSKINGUM ..................... W, 28-14 * at Mount Union ................. L, 33-14 * JOHN CARROLL ................... W, 31-10 * BALDWIN-WALLACE ........... W, 35-34 WITTENBERG ........................ L, 52-38

9-1 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3 11-10

WAYNESBURG ...................... L, 34-23 * at Mount Union .................. L, 57-0 * BALDWIN-WALLACE ........ L, 13-7 (OT) * WILMINGTON .................... W, 45-0 * at Otterbein ...................... L, 23-13 * JOHN CARROLL ................... L, 55-28 * at Heidelberg .................... L, 28-14 * at Ohio Northern ................ L, 20-19 * CAPITAL ...................... W, 13-6 (OT) * at Marietta . ..................... W, 38-14

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Mount Union

Baldwin-Wallace

Marietta

October 12 Alliance - Mount Union Stadium

October 19 Wilmington - Williams Stadium

October 26 Marietta - Don Drumm Stadium

Location ................................ Alliance, OH Founded ........................................... 1846 Nickname ........................... Purple Raiders Colors ............................. Purple and White Enrollment ..................................... 2,200 Stadium ........ Mount Union Stadium (5,600) Surface....................................... AstroPlay Conference . .......................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation.............................. NCAA Div. III President ..................... Dr. Richard F. Giese Director of Athletics .................Larry Kehres Office Phone .................... 330-829-8224 Head Coach ........................... Vince Kehres Alma Mater ............... Mount Union (‘98) Football Phone ................ 330-829-8224 Career Record . .................... First Season Record at School . ................ First Season 2012 Record ....................................... 15-0 2012 Conference Record ....................... 9-0 Basic Offense ................................. Pro Set Basic Defense .................................. 4-2-5 SID ..................................... Leonard Reich Phone . ........................... 330-823-6093 Fax . ................................ 330-821-0425 Email . .............. reichl@mountunion.edu

Location ................................... Berea, OH Founded ........................................... 1845 Nickname ........................... Yellow Jackets Colors ............................... Brown and Gold Enrollment ...................................... 3,100 Stadium ........ George Finnie Stadium (7,800) Surface........................................ Artificial Conference . .......................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation.............................. NCAA Div. III President ..............................Richard Durst Director of Athletics ......................Kris Diaz Office Phone ..................... 440-826-2184 Head Coach ............................... John Snell Alma Mater .......... Baldwin-Wallace (‘87) Football Phone .................440-826-2068 Career Record . ................. 71-41 (12th yr) Record at School . ............ 71-43 (12th yr) 2012 Record .........................................7-3 2012 Conference Record ....................... 6-3 Basic Offense ............................... Multiple Basic Defense ..................................... 4-3 SID ........................................ Kevin Ruple Phone . ........................... 440-826-2327 Fax . ............................... 440-826-2329 Email . .......................... kruple@bw.edu

Location ............................... Marietta, OH Founded ........................................... 1835 Nickname ................................... Pioneers Colors ........................ Navy Blue and White Enrollment ...................................... 1,300 Stadium ...........Don Drumm Stadium (7,000) Surface....................................... Field Turf Conference . .......................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation.............................. NCAA Div. III President ......................... Dr. Joseph Bruno Director of Athletics ................... Larry Hiser Office Phone .................... 740-376-4665 Head Coach .......................... Andy Waddle Alma Mater ................. Wittenberg (‘03) Football Phone ................ 740-376-4664 Career Record . ...................... 1st season Record at School . .................. 1st season 2012 Record ....................................... 0-10 2012 Conference Record ....................... 0-9 Basic Offense ............................... Multiple Basic Defense ..................................... 4-3 SID .......................................... Jeff Schaly Phone . ............................ 740-376-4891 Fax . ............................... 740-376-4674 Email . ............. jeff.schaly@marietta.edu

2013 Schedule

9-7 9-21 9-28 10-5 10-12 10-19 10-26 11-2 11-9 11-16

FRANKLIN .......................... 1:30 p.m. * at Muskingum ................. 1:30 p.m. * MARIETTA ........................... 7 p.m. * at Ohio Northern .............. 1:30 p.m. * WILMINGTON ....................... 7 p.m. * at Capital ....................... 1:30 p.m. * OTTERBEIN ....................... 1:30 p.m. * at Heidelberg .................. 1:30 p.m. * BALDWIN-WALLACE ........... 1:30 p.m. * JOHN CARROLL ................. 1:30 p.m.

9-1 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3 11-10 11-17 11-24 12-1 12-8 12-14

at Franklin .......................... W, 45-7 * MUSKINGUM ...................... W, 57-0 * at Marietta . ...................... W, 52-0 * OHIO NORTHERN ................ W, 54-0 * at Wilmington ................... W, 66-0 * CAPITAL ............................ W, 62-0 * at Otterbein ...................... W, 51-0 * HEIDELBERG . .................... W, 33-14 * at Baldwin-Wallace ............ W, 38-7 * at John Carroll .................. W, 59-17 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT .........W, 72-14 JOHNS HOPKINS ....................W, 55-13 WIDENER ............................ W, 72-17 MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR ........ W, 45-38 ST. THOMAS . ...................... W, 28-10

2012 Results

9-14 9-21 9-28 10-5 10-12 10-19 10-26 11-2 11-9 11-16 9-8 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3 11-10

2013 Schedule

at Bluffton ........................ 1:30 p.m. * JOHN CARROLL ..................... 6 p.m. * MUSKINGUM ........................ 2 p.m. * at Otterbein ........................ 7 p.m. * OHIO NORTHERN ................... 7 p.m. * at Wilmington ..................... 6 p.m. * CAPITAL .......................... 1:30 p.m. * at Marietta . .................... 1:30 p.m. * at Mount Union ............... 1:30 p.m. * HEIDELBERG ......................1:30 p.m.

2012 Results

BLUFFTON ........................... W, 45-14 * at John Carroll ................. W, 32-28 * at Muskingum ............. W, 13-6 (OT) * OTTERBEIN ......................... L, 38-17 * at Ohio Northern .............. W, 22-20 * WILMINGTON .................... W, 49-17 * at Capital ........................ W, 39-16 * MARIETTA ........................ W, 66-14 * MOUNT UNION .................... L, 38-7 * at Heidelberg .................... L, 35-34

2013 Schedule

9-7 9-21 9-28 10-5 10-12 10-19 10-26 11-2 11-9 11-16

at Case Western Reserve .......... 7 p.m. * CAPITAL .............................. 7 p.m. * at Mount Union ................... 7 p.m. * HEIDELBERG ......................... 7 p.m. * JOHN CARROLL ................. 1:30 p.m. * at Ohio Northern ...................... TBA * WILMINGTON ................... 1:30 p.m. * BALDWIN-WALLACE ........... 1:30 p.m. * at Otterbein ............................ TBA * at Muskingum ......................... TBA

9-1 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3 11-10

CASE WESTERN RESERVE ......... L, 26-23 * at Capital ........................... L, 13-7 * MOUNT UNION .................... L, 52-0 * at Heidelberg .................... L, 56-24 * at John Carroll .................... L, 61-14 * OHIO NORTHERN ................. L, 56-14 * at Wilmington .................... L, 13-12 * at Baldwin-Wallace ............ L, 66-14 * OTTERBEIN ........................ L, 40-20 * MUSKINGUM ...................... L, 38-14

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John Carroll

Ohio Northern

Capital

November 2 Wilmington - Williams Stadium

November 9 Wilmington - Williams Stadium

November 16 Bexley - Bernlohr Stadium

Location ..................................... Ada, OH Founded ........................................... 1871 Nickname ................................ Polar Bears Colors .................... Burnt Orange and Black Enrollment ..................................... 3,500 Stadium ....... Dial-Roberson Stadium (3,500) Surface................................... Natural Turf Conference . .......................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation.............................. NCAA Div. III President ................................ Dan DiBiaso Director of Athletics ............. Tom Simmons Office Phone ..................... 41--772-2440 Head Coach ............................... Dean Paul Alma Mater ............... Mount Union (‘90) Football Phone ................. 419-772-2440 Career Record . ............... 102-42 (15th yr) Record at School . ........... 62-30 (10th yr) 2012 Record ........................................ 4-6 2012 Conference Record ....................... 4-5 Basic Offense .......................... Multiple Pro Basic Defense ......................... Multiple 4-3 SID ............................................ Tim Glon Phone . ............................ 419-772-2046 Fax . ................................ 419-772-2590 Email . ......................... t-glon@onu.edu

Location .................................. Bexley, OH Founded ........................................... 1830 Nickname ................................. Crusaders Colors ............................. Purple and White Enrollment ..................................... 3,000 Stadium ................ Bernlohr Stadium (5,418) Surface....................................... AstroPlay Conference . .......................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation.............................. NCAA Div. III President ...................... Dr. Denvy Bowman Director of Athletics ...............Dawn Stewart Office Phone ...................... 614-236-6911 Head Coach ........................ Craig Candeto Alma Mater ....... US Naval Academy (‘04) Football Phone .................. 614-236-6184 Career Record . ...................... 1st season Record at School . .................. 1st season 2012 Record ........................................ 3-7 2012 Conference Record ....................... 3-6 Basic Offense ............................... Multiple Basic Defense ..................................... 4-3 SID ...................................... Chris Lindeke Phone . ............................. 614-236-6174 Fax . ................................. 614-236-6178 Email . .................. clindeke@capital.edu

Location .................. University Heights, OH Founded ........................................... 1886 Nickname .............................. Blue Streaks Colors ................................. Blue and Gold Enrollment ..................................... 3,600 Stadium ............. Dan Shula Stadium (5,418) Surface....................................... AstroPlay Conference . .......................... Ohio Athletic Affiliation.............................. NCAA Div. III President ............ Rev. Robert L, Niehoff, S.J. Director of Athletics ................ Laurie Massa Office Phone ...................... 216-397-1525 Head Coach ................................ Tom Arth Alma Mater ................. John Carroll (‘03) Football Phone .................... 216-37-1677 Career Record . ...................... 1st season Record at School . .................. 1st season 2012 Record ........................................ 6-4 2012 Conference Record ....................... 5-4 Basic Offense ............................... Multiple Basic Defense ..................................... 4-3 SID ...................................... Chris Wenzler Phone . ............................ 216-397-4676 Fax . ................................ 216-397-3043 Email . ....................... cwenzler@jcu.edu 9-7 9-21 9-28 10-5 10-12 10-19 10-26 11-2 11-9 11-16 8-31 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3 11-10

2013 Schedule

at St. Norbert ........................ 4 p.m. * at Baldwin-Wallace............... 6 p.m. * OTTERBEIN ........................... 7 p.m. * CAPITAL .............................. 7 p.m. * at Marietta . .................... 1:30 p.m. * MUSKINGUM .................... 1:30 p.m. * at Ohio Northern .............. 1:30 p.m. * at Wilmington ................. 1:30 p.m. * HEIDELBERG ..................... 1:30 p.m. * at Mount Union ............... 1:30 p.m.

2012 Results

vs St. Norbert ...................... W, 40-3 * BALDWIN-WALLACE ............. L, 32-28 * at Otterbein ........................ L, 21-7 * at Capital ........................ W, 37-10 * MARIETTA ......................... W, 61-14 * at Muskingum ................. W, 55-28 * OHIO NORTHERN ............... W, 28-23 * WILMINGTON ..................... W, 34-7 * at Heidelberg ..................... L, 31-10 * MOUNT UNION ................... L, 59-17

2013 Schedule

9-7 9-21 9-28 10-5 10-12 10-19 10-26 11-2 11-9 11-16

at St. Norbert ........................ 4 p.m. * at Baldwin-Wallace................... TBA * OTTERBEIN ........................... 7 p.m. * CAPITAL .............................. 7 p.m. * at Marietta . .................... 1:30 p.m. * MUSKINGUM .................... 1:30 p.m. * at Ohio Northern .............. 1:30 p.m. * at Wilmington ................. 1:30 p.m. * HEIDELBERG ..................... 1:30 p.m. * at Mount Union ............... 1:30 p.m.

9-1 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3 11-10

at North Carolina Wesleyan .... L, 16-13 * HEIDELBERG ....................... L, 43-7 * CAPITAL ........................... W, 28-14 * at Mount Union .................. L, 54-0 * BALDWIN-WALLACE ............. L, 22-20 * at Marietta . ..................... W, 56-14 * at John Carroll ................... L, 28-23 * MUSKINGUM ..................... W, 20-19 * WILMINGTON ...................... W, 51-7 * at Otterbein ...................... L, 24-14

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2013 Schedule

9-7 9-21 9-28 10-5 10-12 10-19 10-26 11-2 11-9 11-16

THOMAS MORE .................. 7:30 p.m. * at Marietta . ........................ 7 p.m. * OHIO NORTHERN ................... 7 p.m. * at John Carroll ..................... 7 p.m. * at Heidelberg ...................1:30 p.m. * MOUNT UNION ................. 1:30 p.m. * at Baldwin-Wallace ...........1:30 p.m. * at Otterbein..................... 1:30 p.m. * MUSKINGUM .....................1:30 p.m. * CAPITAL .......................... 1:30 p.m.

9-1 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3 10-10

WITTENBERG ......................... L, 44-17 * MARIETTA .......................... W, 13-7 * at Ohio Northern ................ L, 28-14 * JOHN CARROLL ................... L, 37-10 * HEIDELBERG ....................... L, 45-10 * at Mount Union .................. L, 62-0 * BALDWIN-WALLACE .............. L, 39-16 * OTTERBEIN .......................... L, 23-6 * at Muskingum ..................... L, 13-6 * at Wilmington .................. W, 40-21

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2012 Recap

With a 35-yard field goal with 31 seconds left in Wilmington’s homecoming game against Marietta, the Quakers 32-game losing streak came to an end. WC finished the season 1-9 overall. The season featured a midseason change at the top, and some tough outcomes. However, the sight of college athletes experiencing success – many of them for the first time as college players – was something that was remarkable. “We made some strides to improving the team,” said interim head coach Jay Niswonger. “I felt that there were many teachable moments along the way even though the record didn’t show. The highlight for these kids was snapping that 32-game losing streak. Getting that win for these kids was a shot in the arm for this group. “I don’t think too many people at Homecoming would have believed we could drive the

ball with 1:50 left in the ball game (from) on our own 20 with one timeout and win a ball game. The kids did and the celebration was on. Homecoming is a lot more fun with a win than a loss. The focus was trying to get a little better every day as a player then see if we got better on Saturday. We as coaches, tried to stay as upbeat and positive as we could work hard and trying to improve the squad no matter whom we played. Injuries, lack of depth, just the physicality of playing in the OAC takes its toll.”

Ferguson made his impact behind the line of scrimmage, leading the team with 13 tackles for loss and five sacks. His total represented more than half of the team’s sack total of nine. He also was tied for the team lead in quarterback pressures and fumble recoveries.

For the second year in a row, junior Donnie Ary earned second-team recognition. Senior kicker Max Gabbard and junior defensive lineman Chris Ferguson were named honorable mention.

Gabbard’s biggest moment of the season came when his career-long 35-yard field goal gave Wilmington its only victory of the season, a 13-12 win over Marietta. Gabbard added a field goal to end the third quarter to set up his final kick. On the season, he converted all of his extra points and was 3-of-5 on field goal attempts.

Ary led all Wilmington defensive linemen in tackles with 54 and was second with 12 tackles for loss. His ability to absorb and defeat constant double-teams helped free up linebackers Gunner Calhoun, Jason Phillips and Nick Wil-

Quarterback Brandon Arehart finished with highest GPA of all WC student-athletes with a 3.96. He was joined on the All-Academic team by junior Kyle Akers , senior Kostas Koyfis and junior Kolt McDaniel.

Tackles Sacks Pass defense Fumbles blkd # Defensive Leaders gp ua a tot tfl/yds no-yds int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf 26 Joe Joe Knecht 10 48 28 76 1-2 . 1-0 7 . . . . . . 40 Gunner Calhoun 7 36 34 70 9-16 . 1-19 1 . . 1 . . 34 Devon Burton 10 31 32 63 7-17 . 2-23 2 . . . . . 8 Trevor Hooker 10 34 25 59 1-4 . . 2 . 1-0 . . . 56 Jason Phillips 9 32 27 59 6-14 . 1-8 . . 2-8 4 . . 75 Donnie Ary 10 25 29 54 12-36 1-10 . 1 . . . . 1 43 Matt McFadden 7 14 29 43 10-12 . 1-10 . . . 1 . . 45 Nick Williams 5 20 23 43 11-25 1-7 1-0 . . 1-0 . 1 . 58 Spencer Running 10 18 23 41 5-9 1-6 . . . 1-0 . . . 28 Ben Dunahue 10 17 20 37 1-3 . 1-77 1 . . . . . 90 Chris Ferguson 10 15 16 31 13-51 5-38 . 2 2 2-0 1 . . 5 Aaron Day 10 9 20 29 5-10 1-3 . 2 . . 1 . . 91 Darren Clark 10 8 15 23 5-18 1-4 . . 2 1-0 . . . 16 Amari Bryant 10 12 9 21 1-1 . . 2 . . . . . 6 LaVonte’ Darby 4 14 5 19 . . . 1 . . . . . 17 Olof Erikkson 8 15 1 16 . . . . . . . . . 12 Tyler Osborn 4 6 3 9 . . . 1 . . . . . 47 Mason Poland 10 6 3 9 . . . . . . . . . 15 Jamar Roberts 2 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . . 53 Gabe Smith 6 1 4 5 1-1 . . . . . . . . 93 Linden Ayoki 7 3 2 5 2-3 . . . 1 . . . . 44 Dave Angevine 4 2 3 5 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 51 Tyler Johnson 9 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . . 66 Jordan Phipps 8 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . . 14 Brandon Arehart 10 4 . 4 . . . . . . . . . 25 Kyle Akers 10 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 21 Drew Dutoi 3 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . . 24 Zach Cumby 6 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . TM TEAM 6 3 . 3 3-3 . . . . . . . 1 4 Antonio Turner 8 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 9 Tyrell Richardson 10 2 1 3 . . . . . 1-23 . . . 48 Malcolm Turner 10 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 36 March Jones 9 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 54 Jeremy Welch 9 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 13 Austin Kleinhaus 5 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 59 Chris Roetting 3 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 37 Dakota Hruby 9 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 18 Mason Jordan 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 84 C Reigelperger 6 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 92 Tyler Chambers 5 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 38 Ivory Elms 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . 2 Chris Cason 6 1 . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . Total 10 401 364 765 93-225 9-68 8-137 23 5 9-31 9 1 2 Opponents 10 306 308 614 105-344 27-180 16-214 32 13 11-42 7 4 3

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Team Stats Team Statistics WC Opp SCORING 91 444 Points Per Game 9.1 44.4 FIRST DOWNS 101 233 Rushing 37 113 Passing 54 102 Penalty 10 18 RUSHING YARDAGE 501 2187 Rushing attempts 280 427 Average per rush 1.8 5.1 Rushing TDs 3 30 PASSING YARDAGE 1471 2115 Comp-Att-Int 142-288-16 184-299-8 Average per pass 5.1 7.1 Average per catch 10.4 11.5 Passing TDs 8 25 TOTAL OFFENSE 1972 4302 Total Plays 568 726 Average per play 3.5 5.9 KICK RETURNS: # -Yards 57-733 23-378 PUNT RETURNS: # -Yards 15-110 31-519 INT RETURNS: # - Yards 8-137 16-214 KICK RETURN AVERGE 12.9 16.4 PUNT AVERAGE 7.3 16.7 INT RETURN AVERAGE 17.1 13.4 FUMBLES – LOST 18-11 18-9 PENALTIES – YARDS 61-627 59-612 PUNTS – YARDS 80-2645 31-1213 Average per Punt 33.1 39.1 Net Punt Average 25.0 32.4 KICKOFF – YARDS 26-1073 77-4244 Average per Kick 41.3 55.1 Net kick average 21.3 40.4 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 28:17 31:43 3RD DOWN Conversions 31/138 59/134 Percentage 22% 44% 4TH DOWN Conversions 3/17 5/17 Percentage 18% 29% SACKS BY – YARDS 9-68 27-180 MISC YARDS 10 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 11 60 FIELD GOALS – ATTEMPTS 3-5 7-14 ONSIDE KICKS 0-1 0-0 REDZONE SCORES (11-20) 55% (48-67) 72% REDZONE TOUCHDOWNS (8-20) 40% (42-67) 63% PAT-ATTEMPTS (6-7) 86% (55-60) 92% ATTENDANCE 8467 10451 Games/Avg per Game 5/1693 5/2090 Scores by Quarter Wilmington Opponent

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1st 14 156

2nd 22 148

3rd 4th Total 12 43 91 93 46 444


2012 Statistics Rushing gp Alex Koyfis 9 Tyrell Richardson 10 March Jones 9 Ryan Smith 8 Dennis Nance 4 Antonio Turner 8 Brandon Arehart 10 Stephen Donoghue 9 Malcolm Turner 10 Tyler Osborn 4 Zach Cumby 6 Jared Burson 9 Linden Ayoki 7 Brandon Minor 7 TEAM 6 Chris Cason 6 Total 10 Opponents 10

att 67 63 28 8 8 2 69 11 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 11 280 427

gain loss net 276 43 233 201 60 141 77 5 72 39 0 39 25 4 21 18 0 18 226 212 14 16 7 9 4 0 4 3 0 3 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 7 -3 0 12 -12 4 45 -41 896 395 501 2451 264 2187

Passing gp effic comp-att-int Brandon Arehart 10 93.56 125-255-10 Brandon Minor 7 73.37 10-21-2 Chris Cason 6 72.47 7-11-3 Stephen Donoghue 9 -200.00 0-1-1 Total 10 90.27 142-288-16 Opponents 10 143.20 184-299-8 Receiving Jeremy Duncan Tyrell Richardson Stephen Donoghue Malcolm Turner Antonio Turner Alex Koyfis Kyle Akers Kyle Blakeman March Jones Dennis Nance Ryan Smith Justin Lee Matt Stooksbury Tyler Osborn Brandon Arehart Total Opponents

gp 10 10 9 10 8 9 10 3 9 4 8 9 6 4 10 10 10

no. 24 17 15 13 12 12 10 10 8 7 7 3 2 1 1 142 184

Punt Returns Mason Poland Chris Cason Total Opponents

no. 6 6 15 31

yds 35 41 110 519

Interceptions Devon Burton Nick Williams Gunner Calhoun Jason Phillips Joe Joe Knecht Ben Dunahue Matt McFadden Total Opponents

no. 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 16

Kick Returns Tyrell Richardson Malcolm Turner Chris Cason Ryan Smith Dennis Nance Antonio Turner March Jones Kostas Koyfis Total Opponents Fumble Returns Jason Phillips Trevor Hooker Tyrell Richardson Total Opponents

yds 405 117 60 171 174 84 179 99 66 63 25 33 9 -3 -11 1471 2115

avg 3.5 2.2 2.6 4.9 2.6 9.0 0.2 0.8 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 -0.8 -3.0 -3.7 1.8 5.1

pct yds 49.0 1276 47.6 112 63.6 83 0.0 0 49.3 1471 61.5 2115

avg 16.9 6.9 4.0 13.2 14.5 7.0 17.9 9.9 8.2 9.0 3.6 11.0 4.5 -3.0 -11.0 10.4 11.5

td 2 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 25

avg 5.8 6.8 7.3 16.7

td 0 0 0 2

lg 14 27 27 63

yds 23 0 19 8 0 77 10 137 214

avg 11.5 0.0 19.0 8.0 0.0 77.0 10.0 17.1 13.4

td 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

lg 23 0 19 8 0 77 10 77 50

no. 20 16 6 2 2 2 2 2 57 23

yds 296 219 65 20 32 25 24 10 733 378

avg 14.8 13.7 10.8 10.0 16.0 12.5 12.0 5.0 12.9 16.4

td 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

lg 25 29 16 18 20 13 14 7 29 62

no. 1 1 1 3 3

yds avg td 8 8.0 0 0 0.0 0 23 23.0 0 31 15.5 0 42 14.0 1

lg 8 0 23 23 24

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lg 79 55 11 25 32 29 36 22 32 28 11 17 7 0 0 79 48

lg avg/g 43 25.9 22 14.1 11 8.0 10 4.9 20 5.2 14 2.2 29 1.4 4 1.0 4 0.4 3 0.8 2 0.3 1 0.1 0 0.0 3 -0.4 0 -2.0 2 -6.8 43 50.1 99 218.7 lg avg/g 79 127.6 24 16.0 33 13.8 0 0.0 79 147.1 48 211.5

avg/g 40.5 11.7 6.7 17.1 21.8 9.3 17.9 33.0 7.3 15.8 3.1 3.7 1.5 -0.8 -1.1 147.1 211.5

PAT Scoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts Max Gabbard - 3-5 6-6 - - - - - 15 Antonio Turner 2 - - - 1 - - - 14 Jeremy Duncan 2 - - - 1 - - - 14 Alex Koyfis 2 - - - - - - - 12 Kyle Akers 1 - - - - - - - 6 Kyle Blakeman 1 - - - - - - - 6 Brandon Arehart 1 - - - - - - - 6 Brandon Minor 1 - 0-1 - - 3-4 - - 6 Stephen Donoghue 1 - - - - - - - 6 Donnie Ary - - - - - - - 1 2 TEAM - - - - - - - 1 2 Malcolm Turner - - - - 1 - - - 2 Total 11 3-5 6-7 - 3 3-4 - 2 91 Opponents 60 7-14 55-60 - - - 1 3 444 Total Offense Brandon Arehart Alex Koyfis Tyrell Richardson Brandon Minor March Jones Chris Cason Ryan Smith Dennis Nance Antonio Turner Stephen Donoghue Malcolm Turner Tyler Osborn Zach Cumby Jared Burson TEAM Total Field Goals Max Gabbard FG Sequence Mount St. Joseph Otterbein Heidelberg Muskingum Mount Union Baldwin Wallace Marietta John Carroll Ohio Northern Capital

g plays rush pass total avg/g 10 324 14 1276 1290 129.0 9 67 233 0 233 25.9 10 63 141 0 141 14.1 7 25 -3 112 109 15.6 9 28 72 0 72 8.0 6 22 -41 83 42 7.0 8 8 39 0 39 4.9 4 8 21 0 21 5.2 8 2 18 0 18 2.2 9 12 9 0 9 1.0 10 1 4 0 4 0.4 4 1 3 0 3 0.8 6 1 2 0 2 0.3 9 1 1 0 1 0.1 6 4 -12 0 -12 -2.0 10 568 501 1471 1972 197.2

fg pct. 3-5 60.0

01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 lg blk 0-0 0-1 3-4 0-0 0-0 35 0

WC - - - - - 27,(34) (32),(35) 38 - -

Opponents 37,29 (36),(28) (20) (21),23,(23),23 31 27,(37) (45),41

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. Punting no. yds avg lg tb Brandon Arehart 41 1320 32.2 61 2 Gabe Smith 23 930 40.4 55 3 Mark Brumley 13 395 30.4 45 0 TEAM 3 0 0.0 0 0 Total 80 2645 33.1 61 5 Opponents 31 1213 39.1 63 4 Kickoffs no. yds Max Gabbard 15 495 Austin Kleinhaus 10 533 Gabe Smith 1 45 Total 26 1073 Opponents 77 4244

avg 33.0 53.3 45.0 41.3 55.1

tb 0 0 0 0 16

fc 1 5 2 0 8 1

i20 6 2 2 0 10 11

50+ blk 2 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 6 3 4 0

ob 2 0 0 2 3

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Net Ydln

16.4 26.7 38 12.9 40.4 24

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Hall of Fame

Shown from left are 2012 Hall of Fame Inductees, Nick Nicastro, Doug Wolf, Heather (Meranda) Utter, Antonio Broadnax, Dr. John Turba. 2012 Inductees Antonio Broadnax ‘02 Heather (Meranda) Utter ‘01 Nick Nicastro ‘02 Dr. John Turba Doug Wolf ‘02

Greg Sczurek ‘92 Stacey Williams ‘97

Gregg Ayers ‘89 Valerie Bonnette ‘75 Fran Pirozzolo ‘72 Dick Scott 1989-96

2006 Inductees Deanne (Arnold) Whalen ‘92 David Dill ‘82 2000 Inductees Jay Niswonger ‘79 Bill Atsalis ‘57 2011 Inductees Reggie Tucker ‘91 Fritz Plinke 1977-1993 Dave Dlugosz ‘74 Roger Tewksbury ‘74 Bill Glaspey ‘59 2005 Inductees Jennifer Tuke Custis ‘89 Andy Szucs ‘01 John Calhoun ‘81 Tammy (Venema) Kindel ‘01 Lori May West ‘90 1999 Inductees Chris Tuzzeo ‘88 Art Brady ‘51 2010 Inductees Brooks Lawrence Joe Fife 1979-1991 Pat Austin ‘88 Bill Ramseyer 1972-1990 Roger Barber 2004 Inductees John Woolums ‘43 Charlie Cox ‘59 Tim Cleary ‘88 1998 Inductees Kevin Otte ‘00 Tim Dicke ‘91 Toni Allen ‘85 Jeff Johnson ‘87 Robert Gregg ‘55 2009 Inductees Kathy (Sprenz) McCord ‘93 Bill Lewis ‘62 Jerry Grammes ‘99 Stan McCoy ‘51 Bill Hardman ‘81 2003 Inductees Eric Noble ‘96 Richard Fortner ‘54 1997 Inductees Nyhla Rothwell ‘99 Bill Daugherty ‘86 Sharri Brumfield ‘84 Kelly Truce ‘87 Ekow Dennis ‘84 2008 Inductees Jerry Muldoon ‘89 Jamie Perkins ‘76 Jenny (Eagan) Atkinson ‘97 Peter Sturtevant “65 JoAnne Ludmann ‘97 2002 Inductees Jake Von Kanel ‘28 Steve Moyer ‘80 Cosmo Collett ‘89 Wayne Stacy ‘91 Ken Minor ‘73 1996 Inductees Keith Myers ‘90 Linda Fittro Hatten ‘85 2007 Inductees Suzanne (Coyne) Harrison John K. Ross ‘49 Russ Miller ‘66 ‘92 Gary Worthy ‘86 Ed Minor ‘82 Fletcher Yates ‘75 2001 Inductees

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1995 Inductees Dale E. Beckett ’46 Don Benhase ’49 Virgil L. Patrick ’49 Leroy Senne ’50 1994 Inductees Paul Dean Waddell ‘51 Thomas Vessely ‘71 Cindy Stout ‘82 Imad El-Macharrafie ‘81 1993 Inductees Walter Hobble ’51 Bill Hoffeld ‘51 Ron Clark ’65 Michael Schneider ’68 1992 Inductees Dr. H. Richard Bath ‘36 William Rudduck ‘50 Dan Simpson ‘54 George A. Morton ‘59 Reinhold Finkes ‘79 Steve Spirk ’82 1991 Inductees E.H. “Cal” Zigler ‘27 Howard “Chuck” Weimer ‘28 Charles “Shifty” Bolen Kenneth “Fuzzy” Weimer ‘31 Fred Raizk ‘36 C.W. “Jake” Van Schoyck ‘50 Jack Harner ‘58 R. Kirk Mee III ‘61

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Larry Clark ‘62 Gary McCarthy ‘69 Karl-Heinz Finkes ‘74 Rene Frey ‘81


WC All-Americans

Gary Worthy and Brandon Tisdale are part of Wilkmington College’s All-American tradition. Worthy, a three-time All-American running back for the Quakers, still owns every single-season and career rushing record 30 years after his storied WC career ended. A standout defensive tackle, Tisdale was the last Quaker to earn multiple All-American honors. He was honored in 2003 and 2004 for his exploits on the gridiron. Nearly a decade later, he still holds the career record for sacks and tackles for loss. Since 1972, 76 Quakers have earned All-American honors, the most recent being Bryce Martin in 2010. In the classroom, the Quakers have been equally accomplished with 25 WC football players receiving either Academic All-American or Academic All-District honors since 1982. Who will be the next Quaker to make national headlines? Stay tuned ‌ the next All-American or Academic All-American could be taking the field or heading to the classroom this season.

1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

The All-American Tradition C1987 ontinues ... Derron Calvert Ken Truster Bill Roll Heinz Finkes Steve Magoteaux Steve Magoteaux Mike Theisen Curt Clifford Larry Jones Bill Mobley Jamie Perkins Curt Clifford Jamie Perrkins Hubert Tucker Reinhold Finkes Mike Hendley Reinhold Finkes Mike Hendley Steve Moyer Steve Moyer Russell Williams John Calhoun Jim Chilcote Larry Davis Dave Dill Gary Worthy Dave Dill Ed Minor

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Jim Schiller Gary Worthy Curt Downing Mike Gilday Ted Hall Mark Netzel Gary Worthy Randy Blossom Curt Downing Dan Bennett Tony Neloms Mark Netzel Jim Sposet Mark Weigel Tom Hale Ted Mehlman Tom Miles Tony Neloms Dave Carr Garnail Fulton Jeff Johnson Don Sizer Derron Calvert Jeff Johnson Chuck Province Chris Richards Don Sizer

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Don Sizer Derron Calvert Mike Johnson Mark Mahon Bryan Sparks Mike Johnson Scott Pritt Wayne Stacy Jason Tincher Jerry Ward Bart Vaughn Bob Hess Antonio Broadnax Jon Cain Bob Hess Nick Nicastro Jake Pence Adam Ryan Antonio Broadnax Brandon Tisdale Brandon Tisdale Chad Otte Bryce Martin

Academic All-America or All-District

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1998 1999 2000 2001 2003 2004

Mike Doerger Curt Downing Ted Hall Curt Downing Ted Mehlan Ted Mehlman Jeff Johnson Randy Ramseyer Mike White Jeff Johnson Kurt Kiessling Kurt Kiessling Scott Anderson Bill Kennedy Scott Pritt Scott Anderson Bill Kennedy Kevin Otte Nick Nicastro Kevin Otte Nick Nicastro Bruce Kennedy Jake Pence Abe Lawson Chad Otte

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Individual Single-Game Records 576 508 486 447 445

Total Offense Eric Noble vs. Urbana.............1994 Eric Noble vs. Geneva.............1994 Adam Ryan vs. Franklin..........1999 Jim Ballard vs. Evansville........1990 Adam Ryan vs. Marietta........ 2000

238 236 228 239 215

Rushing Yards Mel Sunderland vs. Urbana.....1986 Doug Eastes vs. Mount St. Joseph......1995 Doug Eastes vs. Urbana..........1995 Will Isaac vs. Heidelberg....... 2002 Dave Campbell vs. Windsor.......1987

45 42 41 41 39

Rushing Attempts DougEastesvs.MountSt.Joseph........1995 Tim Andrew vs. Defiance.........1991 Will Isaac vs. Heidelberg....... 2002 Doug Eastes vs. Urbana..........1995 LukeChambersvs.MountSt.Joseph.....1993

5 3

Rushing Touchdowns Bulldog Smith vs. Cedarville.........1929 Nine Times

575 507 465 459 458

Passing Yards Eric Noble vs. Adrian..............1995 Eric Noble vs. Geneva.............1994 Adam Ryan vs. Franklin..........1999 Adam Ryan vs. Marietta........ 2000 Adam Ryan vs. Franklin..........1998

66 63 53 53 53 52

Passing Attempts Eric Noble vs. Adrian..............1995 Eric Noble vs. Geneva.............1994 Billy Blackburn vs. Marietta...... 2007 Eric Noble vs. Urbana.............1994 Jim Ballard vs. Evansville........1990 Adam Ryan vs. Wabash..........1999

34 34 32 32 31

Pass Completions Eric Noble vs. Urbana.............1994 Jim Ballard vs. Evansville........1990 Eric Noble vs. Adrian..............1995 Eric Noble vs. Geneva.............1994 Adam Ryan vs. Adrian...........1999

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6 5

Passing Touchdowns Billy Blackburn vs. John Carroll....... 2007 Nine Times

6 5 5 4

Interceptions Thrown Jim Ballard vs. Defiance..........1990 Adam Ryan vs. Heidelberg..... 2000 Jim Sposet vs. Westminster.....1982 Five Times

275 264 261 254 244

Receiving Yards Derron Calvert vs. Union.........1986 Chris Garrity vs. Mount St. Joseph.....1993 Jason Tincher vs. Urbana........1994 Jon Cain vs. Heidelberg......... 2000 Jason Tincher vs. Defiance.......1994

17 16 16 15 15 14 14

Receptions Chris Garrity vs. Defiance........1993 Jason Tincher vs. Urbana........1994 Jason Tincher vs. Defiance.......1994 Marque Jones vs. Otterbein....... 2007 Derron Calvert vs. Union.........1986 Marque Jones vs. John Carroll...... 2008 Chris Garrity vs. Mount St. Joseph.....1993

4 4 4 3

Touchdown Receptions Marque Jones vs. Muskingum..... 2007 Jon Cain vs. Capital.............. 2000 Chris Garrity vs. Defiance........1993 Eight Times

31 30 24

Points Chuck Weimer vs. Defiance.....1926 Bulldog Smith vs. Cedarville.........1929 Six Times

3 3

Field Goals Troy Gantz vs. Tiffin................1991 Art Steele vs. Baldwin-Wallace.2000

4 3 3 3

Field Goal Attempts Bill Cooper vs. Bluffton...........1995 Val Haunn vs. Thomas More....1993 Greg Sczurek vs. Tiffin............1992 Troy Gantz vs. Tiffin................1991

7 7 7 6

PAT’s Made Art Steele vs. Olivet................1999 Bart Vaughn vs. Franklin........1998 Kurt Kiessling vs. Urbana........1987 Four Times

8 8 7

PAT’s Attempted Art Steele vs. Franklin............1999 Kurt Kiessling vs. Urbana........1987 Four Times

11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10

Punts Rex Pitsinger vs. Mount Union...2008 Brent Schertz vs. Baldwin Wallace.2007 Drew Springer vs. Mt. Union.. 2004 Drew Springer vs. Mt. Union.. 2005 Brent Schertz vs. Capital........ 2007 Drew Springer vs. Capital...... 2005 Mike Fisher vs. Susquehanna...1997 Mike Fisher vs. Wabash...........1996

21 21 19 19 19 18 18 18 16

Tackles Bryce Martin vs. Baldwin-Wallace.2009 Lance Barker vs. Bluffton........1988 Chris Medley vs. Ohio Northern.....2005 Chad Otte vs. Ohio Northern... 2005 Damon Flanigan vs. Kenyon....1990 Bryce Martin vs. Capital.........2010 Bryce Martin vs. Muskingum.. 2009 J. Hutchinson vs. Wooster.......1993 Five Times

6 6 5

Tackles For Loss Mike Johnson vs. Defiance.......1986 Jerry Ward vs. Wabash...........1997 Four Times

4 3.5 3

Sacks Nick Nicastro vs. Urbana . ......1999 C. Poeppelmeier vs. Maryville.. 1997 Nine Times

4 3 3

Interceptions Richard Fortner vs. N/A...........1951 Chad Otte vs. Marietta.......... 2006 Wallace Morris vs. Heidelberg. 2001

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Marque Jones

Jason Tincher

691 660 615 605 598

Total Offense vs Urbana..................1994 vs Franklin.................1999 vs Urbana..................1987 vs Mount St. Joseph.....1995 vs Adrian...................1999

381 321 307 303 282

Rushing Yards vs Bluffton.................1993 vs Tiffin.....................1992 vs Mount St. Joseph.....1998 vs Mount St. Joseph.....1995 vs Urbana ................ 1995

68 67 63 58 52

Rushing Attempts vs Bluffton ............... 1993 vs Tiffin ................... 1992 vs Ohio Wesleyan ...... 1993 vs Earlham ............... 1997 vs Bluffton ................ 1991

6 5

Rushing Touchdowns vs Bluffton ............... 1993 Nine Times

Passing Yards 575 vs Urbana ................ 1994 507 vs Geneva ................ 1994 468 vs Franklin ............... 1999 459 vs Marietta .............. 2000 458 vs Franklin ............... 1998

Wallace Morris

66 64 58 54 54

Passing Attempts vs Adrian ................. vs Geneva ................ vs Malone ................ vs Defiance ............... vs Campbellsville ......

1995 1995 1995 1993 1990

6 5

Passing Touchdowns vs Urbana ................ 1987 Six Times . .......................

7 5 5

Interception Thrown vs Defiance ............... 1990 vs Hanover ............... 1998 vs Heidelberg .......... 2000

33 32 31 30 30 29

First Downs vs Mount St. Joseph.... 1999 vs Geneva ................ 1994 vs Muskingum ......... 2007 vs Otterbein ............ 2007 vs Mount St. Joseph ... 1999 Three Times

93 79 77 64 62

Points vs Loveland ............... 1913 vs Lebanon ............... 1908 vs Cedarville .............. 1921 vs Freedom ................ 1981 vs Iowa Wesleyan ...... 1982

8 8 7

PAT’s vs Franklin ............... 1999 vs Urbana ................ 1999 Seven Times

12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10

Punts vs Baldwin-Wallace .. 2007 vs Mount Union . ...... 2008 vs Capital ................ 2007 vs Mount Union . ...... 2004 vs Mount Union . ...... 2007 vs Mount Union . ...... 2005 vs Capital ................ 2005 vs Susquehanna ........ 1997 vs Wabash . .............. 1996

8 7 6

Turnovers vs Bluffton ............... 1986 vs Defiance ............... 1990 Eight Times

44 82 87 125 126

Total Defense vs Earlham ............... vs Manchester ........... vs Muskingum .......... vs Bluffton ............... vs Urbana ................

1997 1992 1997 1993 1986

Rushing Defense -20 vs Urbana ................ 1986 -8 vs Muskingum ......... 2004 -7 vs Maryville .............. 1997 1 vs Otterbein ............ 2002 10 vs Urbana ................ 1987

2 33 40 41 48

Passing Defense vs Manchester ........... vs Earlham ............... vs Urbana ................ vs Ohio Wesleyan ...... vs Tiffin ...................

1999 1997 1995 1993 1993

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3,478 3,415 3,072 2,760 2,642

Total Offense Adam Ryan......... 1999 Adam Ryan.........2000 Eric Noble........... 1994 Keith Myers......... 1988 Eric Noble............1995

1,368 1,331 1,093 1,024 1,006

Rushing Yards Gary Worthy........ 1980 Gary Worthy.........1982 Doug Eastes..........1995 Reinhold Finkes.....1978 Will Isaac............ 2002

292 278 262 239 229

Rushing Attempts Gary Worthy.........1982 Gary Worthy........ 1980 Will Isaac............ 2002 Reinhold Finkes.....1978 Doug Eastes..........1995

25 17 14 13 13

Rushing Touchdowns Gary Worthy........ 1980 Gary Worthy.........1982 Gary Worthy......... 1981 Doug Eastes..........1995 Gary Worthy.........1979

3,455 3,343 3,053 2,884 2,477

Passing Yards Adam Ryan . .......2000 Adam Ryan......... 1999 Eric Noble........... 1994 Keith Myers......... 1988 Keith Myers ........ 1989

429 403 398 386 385

Passing Attempts Adam Ryan.........2000 Keith Myers......... 1989 Eric Noble........... 1994 Eric Noble............1995 Keith Myers......... 1988

Antonio Broadnax

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Single-Season Records

259 226 221 215 212

Passing Completions Adam Ryan.........2000 Keith Myers......... 1988 Eric Noble........... 1994 Keith Myers......... 1989 Adam Ryan......... 1999

34 27 25 23 22 22

Passing Touchdowns Adam Ryan......... 1999 Keith Myers......... 1988 Billy Blackburn....2007 Adam Ryan.........2000 Eric Noble........... 1994 Jim Ballard.......... 1990

22 21 18 17 16

Interceptions Thrown Eric Noble............1995 John Calhoun....... 1980 John Calhoun........1979 Eric Noble........... 1994 Jim Sposet............1982

1,459 1,298 1,158 1,155 1,086

Receiving Yards Jon Cain..............2000 Jason Tincher....... 1994 Derron Calvert..... 1988 Jon Cain ............. 1999 Derron Calvert......1987

85 85 75 71 69

Receptions Jon Cain..............2000 Jason Tincher....... 1994 Derron Calvert..... 1988 Keith Regenhard.. 1988 Jon Cain.............. 1999

15 14 13 12 12

Touchdown Receptions Jon Cain .............2000 Jon Cain.............. 1999 Chris Garrity.........1993 Derron Calvert......1987 Two tied

Art Steele

150 120 90 86 84

Points Gary Worthy........ 1980 Gary Worthy.........1982 Jon Cain..............2000 Gary Worthy......... 1981 Jon Cain.............. 1999

11 10 7 6

Field Goals Bart Vaughn........ 1998 Randy Blossom.....1983 Steve Magoteaux...1974 Eight times

15 13 13 13 12

Field Goal Attempts Randy Blossom.....1983 Bart Vaughn........ 1998 Bill Cooper...........1995 Seve Magoteaux....1974 Jon Bednarek.......2004

36 33 30 29 29

PATs Made Steve McDevitt..... 1980 Bart Vaughn........ 1998 Art Steele.............2001 Art Steele ...........2000 Art Steele............ 1999

41 40 35 34 33

PATs Attempted Steve McDevitt..... 1980 Art Steele............ 1999 Art Steele............2000 Art Steele2001............ Bart Vaughn........ 1998

76 69 66 63 62

Punts Drew Springer...... 2005 Drew Springer......2004 Jeff Bean............. 2002 Mike Fisher...........1997 Mike Fisher.......... 1996

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38.5 38.4 38.1 37.3 37.1 37.1

Punting Average Barry Wulf........... 1994 Brent Scherz........2007 Scott Pritt............ 1989 Drew Springer......2006 Mike Fisher.......... 1998 Pete Piepenbring...1977

31.1 26.4 25.6 25.5 23.7

Kick Return Average Edwin Short......... 1999 Jerrett Gordon.......1987 Kevin Eberhardt....1983 Larry Johnson . .....1997 Two Tied

15.5 13.7 13.2 11.7 11.7

Punt Return Average Antonio Broadnax...2000 Dan Bennett......... 1981 Damien Ivory....... 2002 Bill Mobley...........1974 Jeremiah Vanscoy.1999

170 160 142 133 132

Tackles Steve Moyer.........1978 Jim Schiller.......... 1980 Dave Carr.............1983 Jim Schiller........... 1981 Donnie Sizer.........1985

25.5 25 23.5 23

Tackles for Loss Brandon Tisdale....2001 Tony Neloms.........1983 Marc Netzel..........1983 Three tied

14.5 13 13 11.5 11.5

Sacks Brandon Tisdale....2001 Nick Nicastro.......2000 Tony Neloms.........1983 Brandon Tisdale... 2002 Marc Netzel..........1983

9 9 8

Interceptions Curt Downing ......1982 Chad Otte ...........2006 Ed Minor............. 1980

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Single-Season Records Total Offense 4,948...........................1999 4,290.......................... 2000 4.238...........................1988 4,201............................1994 4,160............................1980

Passing Completions 259............................. 2000 233..............................1988 229..............................1994 217..............................1999 215...............................1989

First Downs 243..............................1980 242..............................1999 232............................. 2000 230..............................1988 222.............................. 1995

Rushing Yards 2,730...........................1980 1,992............................ 1982 1,979............................ 1974 1,817............................ 1973 1,838............................1986

Passing touchdowns 35...............................1999 29...............................1988 25.............................. 2007 24...............................1998 23 . ...................Three Times

Field Goals 11.................................1998 9................................. 1983 8.................................1978 7................................. 1982 7................................. 1974

Rushing Attempts 656..............................1980 499............................. 1982 499............................. 1972 496.............................1978 478............................. 1979

Interceptions Thrown 23............................... 1995 23............................... 1985 22...............................1998 22...............................1980 20............................... 1979

Field Goal Attempts 15................................ 1983 14................................ 1982 13................................1998 13................................ 1995 13................................ 1974

Passing Yards 3,455.......................... 2000 3,405...........................1999 3,112.............................1994 2,977...........................1988 2,553........................... 1995

Total Touchdowns 56...............................1999 47...............................1980 41................................ 1993 39...............................1994 38............................. Twice

Punts 80............................... 2012 77.............................. 2005 76.............................. 2006 73............................... 2010 71............................... 2004

Passing Attempts 432............................. 2000 414..............................1994 404............................. 1995 404.............................1989 398..............................1988

Points 393..............................1999 344..............................1980 287.............................. 1993 284..............................1998 283..............................1986\

PATs 37...............................1980 36...............................1999 33...............................1998 30............................... 2001 29.............................. 2000

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PAT attempts 50...............................1999 42...............................1980 36.............................. 2000 34 .................... Three times Total Defense 1,419............................ 1976 1,591............................ 1973 1,745............................ 1975 1,841............................ 1972 1,879............................1978 Rushing Defense 478............................. 1982 711................................1981 722.............................. 1985 797..............................1999 805............................. 1973 Passing Defense 603.............................. 1976 651.............................. 1975 780............................. 1972 786 ............................. 1973 824.............................. 1974 Interceptions 28............................... 1982 28............................... 1983 27............................... 1985 25...............................1980 23............................... 1979 Sacks 45............................... 1985 43.5............................. 1997 35............................... 2001 34.5.............................1984 34................................1981

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436 243 240 220 168 166 130 130 120 119

Total Points Gary Worthy . . . . 79-82 Chuck Weimer . . . . 26-28 Jon Cain . . . . . . 98-01 Derron Calvert . . . 85-88 Doug Eastes . . . . . 92-95 Bob Atkinson 84, 88-90 Art Steele . . . . . . 99-02 Dave Campbell .84, 86-89 Wayne Stacy . . . 88-90 Steve McDevitt . . . . 81-82

4,143 2,432 2,191 2,087 1,898 1,868 1,788 1,485 1,412 1,411

Rushing Yards Gary Worthy . . . . 79-82 Bob Atkinson 84, 88-90 Will Isaac . . . . . . 99-02 Reinhold Finkes . . . 76-78 Russell Williams . . 77-80 Doug Eastes . . . . . 93-95 Dave Campbell .84, 86-89 Heinz Finkes . . . . . 72-73 Tim Andrews . . . . 91-92 Norbert Brinkman . . 72-75

876 545 525 515 412 407 383 361 361 327

Rushing Attempts Gary Worthy . . . . 79-82 Will Isaac . . . . . . 99-02 Bob Atkinson 84, 88-90 Reinhold Finkes . . . 76-78 Russell Williams . . 77-80 Doug Eastes . . . . . 93-95 Dave Campbell .84, 86-89 Heinz Finkes . . . . . 72-73 Norbert Brinkman . . 72-75 Tim Andrew . . . . . 91-92

69 26 22 17 17 16 15 14 13 12

Rushing Touchdowns Gary Worthy . . . . 79-82 Doug Eastes . . . . . 93-95 Bob Atkinson 84, 88-90 Will Isaac . . . . . . 99-02 Reinhold Finkes . . . 76-78 Dave Campbell .84, 86-89 Tim Andrew . . . . . 91-92 Mel Sunderland . . 84-86 Edwin Short . . . . . 98-01 Heinz FInkes . . . . . 72-73

10,095 9,260 8,910 6,154 4,083 3,351 3,138 2,983 2,369 2,109 1,876

Passing Yardage Adam Ryan . . . . . 98-01 Eric Noble . . . . . 92-95 Keith Myers . . . . 86-89 Billy Blackburn . . . 06-09 Jim Sposet . . . . . 81-83 Jim Bishop . . . . 84-85 Brandon Arehart . . . . . 10Ron Pycraft . . . . . 75-77 John Calhoun . 76, 79-80 Jim Ballard . . . . . . . 90 Jeff Bean . . . . . . 01-02

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Career Records

Passing attempts

1,281 Keith Myers . . . . 86-89 1,264 Eric Noble . . . . . 92-95 1,223 Adam Ryan . . . . . 98-01 1,027 Billy Blackburn . . . 06-09 687 Jim Sposet . . . . . 81-83 564 Brandon Arehart . . . . . 10461 Ron Pycraft . . . . . 75-77 363 John Calhoun . 76, 79-80 315 Jim Ballard . . . . . . . 90 294 Jeff Bean . . . . . . 01-02 704 693 682 533 338 262 243 223 177 169 159

Passing Completions Keith Myers . . . . 86-89 Adam Ryan . . . . . 98-01 Eric Noble . . . . . 92-95 Billy Blackburn . . . 06-09 Jim Sposet . . . . . 81-83 Brandon Arehart . . . . 10Jim Bishop . . . . 84-85 Ron Pycraft . . . . . 75-77 John Calhoun . 76, 79-80 Jim Ballard . . . . . . . 90 Jeff Bean . . . . . . 01-02

88 73 63 62 25 23 22 19 19 17 15

Passing Touchdowns Adam Ryan . . . . . 98-01 Keith Myers . . . . 86-89 Billy Blackburn . . . 06-09 Eric Noble . . . . . 92-95 Jim Bishop . . . . 84-85 Jim Sposet . . . . . 81-83 Jim Ballard . . . . . . . 90 Ron Pycraft . . . . . 75-77 Brandon Arehart . . . . . 10Scott Killen . . . . 96-98 Jeff Bean . . . . . . 01-02

62 47 44 43 35 28 27 24 22 14

Passing Interceptions Eric Noble . . . . . 92-95 Keith Myers . . . . 86-89 Billy Blackburn . . . 06-09 Adam Ryan . . . . . 99-01 Jim Sposet . . . . . 81-83 Jim Bishop . . . . 84-85 John Calhoun . 76, 79-80 Brandon Arehart . . . . . 10Ron Pycraft . . . . . 75-77 Jim Ballard . . . . . . . 90

Receiving Yardage 3,955 Jon Cain . . . . . . 98-01 3,317 Derron Calvert . . . 85-88 2,244 Jason Tincher . . . . 91-94 2,133 Marque Jones . . . 04-08 2,005 Brandon Hiatt . . . 05-08 1,831 Deon Short . . . . . 01-04 1,818 Kevin Eberhardt . . . 82-85 1,803 Wayne Stacy . . . 88-90 1,618 Keith Regenhard . . 84-88 1,566 Dave Brown . . . . . 78-81 1,416 Chris Garrity . . . . 92-93 1,359 Dorian Glover . . . . 97-99

236 197 178 157 156 133 117 112 100 100 96 92 89 83

Receptions Jon Cain . . . . . . 98-01 Derron Calvert . . . 85-88 Marque Jones . . . 04-08 Brandon Hiatt . . . 05-08 Jason Tincher . . . . 91-94 Deon Short . . . . . 01-04 Wayne Stacy . . . 88-90 Kevin Eberhardt . . . 82-85 Jermey Stuckey . . 06-09 Brent Scherz . . . . 04-07 Keith Regenhard . . 84, 88 Chris Garrity . . . . 92-93 Dave Brown . . . . . 78-81 Dan Bennett . . . . 80-83

40 36 21 20 17 16 16 15 14 14 14 13 13

Receiving Touchdowns Jon Cain . . . . . . 98-01 Derron Calvert . . . 85-88 Marque Jones . . . 04-08 Wayne Stacy . . . 88-90 Deon Short . . . . . 01-04 Keith Regenhard . . 84, 88 Kevin Eberhardt . . . 82-85 Brandon Hiatt . . . 05-08 Jeremy Stuckey . . 06-09 Jason Tincher . . . . 91-94 Chris Garrity . . . . 92-93 Dorian Glover . . . . 97-99 Dave Brown . . . . . 78-81

99 69 48 45 42 39 38 36 31

Kickoff Returns Jerrett Gordon . . . . 91-93 Anthony Robinson . . 98-01 Gary Worthy . . . . 79-82 Kevin Eberhardt . . . 82-85 Derron Calvert . . . 85-88 Marque Jones . . . 04-08 Bill Mobley . . . . . 74-76 Larry Johnson . . . . 94-97 Wayne Stacy . . . 88-90

Kickoff Return Yardage 2,099 Jerrett Gordon . . . . 91-93 1,347 Anthony Robinson . . 98-01 982 Gary Worthy . . . . 79-82 974 Kevin Eberhardt . . . 82-85 968 Derron Calvert . . . 85-88 833 Marque Jones . . . 04-08 831 Larry Johnson . . . . 94-97 780 Bill Mobley . . . . . 74-76 683 Edwin Short . . . . . 98-01 Kickoff Return Average* 23.5 Edwin Short . . . . . 98-01 23.1 Larry Johnson . . . . 94-97 23.0 Derron Calvert . . . 85-88 22.5 Terrell Jones . . . . . . . 02 21.6 Kevin Eberhardt . . . 82-85 21.6 Reinhold Finkes . . . 76-78 21.5 Deon Short . . . . . 01-04 21.4 Marque Jones . . . 04-08 21.2 Jerrett Gordon . . . . 91-93 21.1 Raul Springs . . . . . . 86 *Minimun 20 Returns

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Eric Noble

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Career Records 90 66 62 42 40 33 30 24 22 21

Bart Vaughn

Edwin Short

Greg Bonifay

Total Punt Returns Pat Stricker . . . . 85-88 Dan Bennett . . . . 80-82 Bill Mobley . . . . . 73-76 Taylor Clark . . . . 04-06 Damien Ivory . . . . 01-04 Ken Wiehe . . . . . 92-95 Troy Hessar . . . . 96-98 Parvis Dansby . . . . . . 85 Antonio Broadnax . . 98-01 Adam Howard . . . . 93-96

Punt Return Yardage 970 Pat Stricker . . . . 85-88 654 Bill Mobley . . . . . 73-76 626 Dan Bennett . . . . 80-82 308 Troy Chessar . . . 96-98 294 Antonio Broadnax . . 98-01 284 Damien Ivory . . . . 01-04 281 Taylor Clark . . . . 04-06 249 James Mann . . . . . 99-02 216 Ken Wiehe . . . . . 92-95 194 Pervis Dansby . . . . . . 85 13.4 13.1 11.7 10.8 10.5 10.3 9.6 9.5 9.3 8.1

Punt Return Average Antonio Broadnax . . 98-01 James Mann . . . . . 99-02 Jeremy Vanscoy . . . . . 99 Pat Stricker . . . . 85-88 Bill Mobley . . . . . 73-76 Troy Chessar . . . 96-98 Dorian Glover . . . . 97-99 Dan Bennett . . . . 80-82 Greg Morrow . . . 00-03 Pervis Dansby . . . . . . 85

294 222 166 140 109 97 90 90 74 67

Total Punts Drew Springer . . . 03-06 Mike Fisher . . . . 95-98 Barry Wulf . . . . . 91-94 Randy Blossom . . . 81-83 Pete Piepenbring . . . 77-79 Jerry Holthaus . . . . 73-75 Scott Pritt . . . . 88-89 Brian Uhl . . . . . 86-87 Mike Hvisdos . . . 84-85 Jeff Bean . . . . . . 01-02

Punting Yardage 9,001 Drew Springer . . . 03-06 7,815 Mike Fisher . . . . 95-98 5,915 Barry Wulf . . . . . 91-94 5,026 Randy Blossom . . . 81-83 3,886 Pete Piepenbring . . . 77-79 3,297 Brain Uhl . . . . . 86-87 3,279 Scott Pritt . . . . 88-89 3,262 Jerry Holthaus . . . . 73-75 2,595 Mike Huvisdos . . . 84-85 2,229 Jeff Bean . . . . . . 01-02

Punting Average 38.4 Brent Scherz . . . . . . . 07 36.9 Tim Linde . . . . . . . . 78 36.6 Brain Uhl . . . . . 86-87 36.4 Scott Pritt . . . . 88-89 36.1 Drew Springer . . . 03-06 35.9 Randy Blossom . . . 81-83 35.7 Pete Piepenbring . . . 77-79 35.6 Barry Wulf . . . . . 91-94 35.6 Tim Gearhart . . . . . . 90 35.2 Mike Fisher . . . . 95-98 35.2 Don Fortener . . . . . . 75

427 427 393 350 304 304 297 289 288 287 286

Tackles Bryce Martin . . . . 07-11 Steve Moyer . . . . . 77-79 Donnie Sizer . . . . 84-87 Greg Bonifay . . . 95-98 Scott Pritt . . . . 88-90 Ted Hall . . . . . 80-82 Jim Schiller . . . . . 78-79 Mike Hendley . . . . 75-77 Robert Bryd . . . . . 79-82 Chad Otte . . . . 03-06 Dave Carr . . . . . . 83-85

102 67 55 45 41 39 39 35 27 25

PAT’s Made Art Steele . . . . . . 99-02 Bart Vaughn . . . 96-98 Kurt Kiessling . . . 85-88 Dave Bishop . . . . . 75-77 Steve McDevitt . . . . 81-82 Jon Bednarek . . . 03-06 Scott Anderson . . 89-90 Val Haunn . . . . . 91-93 Tim Drake . . . . . . . 94 Randy Blossom . . . 81-83

17 16 16 14 14 14 11 10 10 9

131 74 61 51 49 47 44 42 30 25

PAT’s Attempted Art Steele . . . . . . 99-02 Bart Vaughn . . . 96-98 Kurt Kiessling . . . 85-88 Dave Bisop . . . . . 75-77 Steve McDevitt . . . . 81-82 Scoot Anderson . . 89-90 Jon Bednarek . . . 03-06 Val Haunn . . . . . 91-93 Tim Drake . . . . . . . 94 Randy Blossom . . . 81-83

44 28.5 28 25.5 16.5 16 16 14.5 13 12

Sacks Brandon Tisdale . . . 01-04 Greg Liggens . . . . 99-92 Nick Nicastro . 97, 99-01 Tony Neloms . . . 82-84 Marc Netzel . . . . . 81-82 Jerry Ward . . . . . 94-97 Mike Johnson . . . 86-89 Tony Ditomaso . . . 96-98 Kevin Vidourek . . 03-06 Brad Osborn . . . . 04-07

17 17 15 14 12 10 10 7 6 5

Field Goals Made Bart Vaughn . . . 96-98 Dave Bishop . . . . . 75-77 Kurt Kiessling . . . 85-88 Art Steele . . . . . . 99-02 Jon Bednarek . . . 03-06 Randy Blossom . . . 81-83 Steve McDevitt . . . . 81-82 Steve Magoteaux . . . . . 74 Bill Cooper . . . . . . . 95 Tim Drake . . . . . . . 94

89.5 55 53 48 39 38 37.5 33 33 30.5

Tackles For Loss Brandon Tisdale . . . 01-04 Tony Neloms . . . 82-84 Greg Liggens . . . . 99-02 Nick Nicastro . 97, 99-01 Mike Johnson . . . 86-89 Marc Netzel . . . . . 81-82 Donnie Sizer . . . . 84-87 Steve Moyer . . . . . 77-79 Dave Carr . . . . . . 83-85 Jerry Ward . . . . . 94-97

33 32 24 23 22 17 15 13 13 10 10

Field Goals Attempted Art Steele . . . . . . 99-02 Dave Bishop . . . . . 75-77 Jon Bednarek . . . 03-06 Kurt Kiessling . . . 85-88 Bart Vaughn . . . 96-98 Steve McDevitt . . . . 81-82 Randy Blossom . . . 81-82 Bill Cooper . . . . . . . 95 Steve Magoteaux . . . . . 74 Tim Drake . . . . . . . 94 Val Haunn . . . . 96-98

Interceptions Garnail Fulton . . . . 85-87 Chad Otte . . . . 03-06 Curt Downing . . . . 81-83 Wallace Morris . . . . 98-01 Antonio Broadnax . . 98-01 Scoot Parrish . . . 80-83 Ed Minor . . . . . . 80-81 Ken Delegan . . . . 78-79 Bill Mobley . . . . . 73-76 Ted Hall . . . . . 80-82

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All-Time Results 2 27 5 6

1900 Coach: Unknown Record: 2-2 Chillicothe Antioch Hillsboro Lebanon

6 0 11 0

1901 Coach: Unknown Record: 1-0 6 Xenia 0 1902 Coach: Unknown Record: 1-0 45 Cedarville 0 1903 Coach: Unknown Record: 3-0 22 Hillsboro 0 41 Lebanon 0 34 Lebanon 0 1904 Coach: Unknown Record: 0-2 6 Wittenberg 44 0 Antioch 27 1905 Coach: Harry B. Hobbs Record: 0-3-1 0 Earlham 30 0 Earlham 23 0 Wittenberg 0 6 Cedarville 23 1906 Coach: Unknown Record: Unknown

6 15 0 23 6 4

1907 Coach: Unknown Record: 3-2-1 Wittenberg Wittenberg Washington C.H Washington C.H Lebanon Lebanon

6 6 5 0 0 6

1908 Coach: Thomas M Bales & Oliver J. Thatcher Record: 5-2 0 Miami (OH) 34 0 Wittenberg 9 33 Wittenberg 0 23 Antioch 0 79 Lebanon 0 58 Bartlett 0 23 OH Deaf School 0 1909 Coach: Oliver J. Thatcher Record: 1-5 2 Miami (OH) 18 Antioch 0 Antioch 3 Wittenberg 45 Cedarville 3 Ohio

40 24 6 11 0 18

1910 Coach: Oliver J. Thatcher Record: 4-2-1 0 Miami (OH) 5 8 Wittenberg 0 9 Antioch 5 0 Antioch 0 6 Ohio 0 0 Earlham 17 46 Xavier 0

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1911 Coach: Oliver J. Thatcher Record: 0-5-1 5 Dayton 5 0 Miami (OH) 46 5 Antioch 6 0 Antioch 15 0 Wittenberg 16 3 Evansville 12 1912 Coach: Oliver J. Thatcher Record: 1-6 0 Dayton 40 0 Miami (OH) 30 0 Antioch 42 0 Antioch 38 0 Wittenberg 47 12 Evansville 0 0 Xavier 10

1921 Coach: Fowler Harper Record: 8-0 30 Dayton 0 14 Defiance 0 49 Antioch 0 32 Muskingum 0 14 Otterbein 13 6 Earlham 0 20 Franklin 7 77 Cedarville 7

1922 Coach: Fowler Harper Record: 7-4 16 Baldwin-Wallace 7 3 Dayton 0 3 Denison 14 9 John Carroll 31 0 Butler 6 21 Georgetown 7 1913 12 Salem 0 Coach: Oliver J. Thatcher 0 Detroit 7 Record: 2-8 52 Transylvania 0 0 Dayton 46 31 KY Wesleyan 3 0 Miami (OH) 33 77 WC Alumni 0 0 Muskingum 50 0 Ohio 30 1923 7 Xavier 23 Coach: Charles Bolen 12 Xavier 0 Record: 2-6 0 Kentucky 34 0 Dayton 34 93 Loveland 0 0 Purdue 39 6 Lebanon 21 13 Capital 0 13 Lebanon 19 0 John Carroll 17 0 Muskingum 3 1914 22 Salem 27 Coach: Oliver J. Thatcher 0 Detroit 27 Record: 2-5 53 Marshall 0 7 Dayton 13 6 Antioch 7 1924 14 Antioch 18 Coach: Charles Bolen 0 Marshall 94 Record: 4-3 0 Kentucky 86 0 Dayton 27 56 Evansville – B 0 16 Ashland 0 46 Jacobs Business 0 6 Capital 7 7 John Carroll 36 1916 6 Rio Grande 0 Coach: Oliver J. Thatcher 53 Urbana 0 Record: 0-5 40 Cedarville 0 0 Dayton 22 7 Dayton 20 1925 0 Earlham 34 Coach: Charles Bolen 0 Wittenberg 43 Record: 6-2 0 Georgetown 47 0 Dayton 45 6 Ashland 0 1917 4 Capital 0 Coach: Unknown 34 Defiance 6 Record: 1-3-1 15 Rio Grande 6 0 Dayton 13 0 Marshall 19 0 Dayton 35 45 Urbana 6 18 Earlham 6 38 Morris Harvey 6 6 Xavier 7 0 Xavier 0 1926 Coach: Charles Bolen 1918 Record:3-4 No Team Field 8 Dayton 34 0 Miami (OH) 9 1919 31 Defiance 6 Coach: Neil Price 27 Findlay 0 Record: 1-6 14 Kent State 15 0 Cincinnati 34 12 Morris Harvey 0 7 Dayton 18 7 Ohio State – B 13 14 Dayton 0 0 Muskingum 13 1927 3 Wittenberg 32 Coach: Charles Bolen 0 Xavier 13 Record: 3-4 0 Earlham 27 19 Ohio Wesleyan 20 19 Rio Grande 7 1920 20 Findlay 6 Coach: Henry B. Bogue 6 John Carroll 20 Record: 0-6 7 Dayton 18 0 Defiance 45 6 Salem 7 7 Otterbein 60 24 Kent State 0 0 Xavier 83 0 Butler 74 0 Franklin 53 0 Earlham 35

1928 Coach: Charles Bolen Record: 6-3 0 Case 3 0 Dayton 26 0 Ashland 42 27 Rio Grande 0 20 Salem 0 18 Antioch 0 40 Cedarville 6 57 Antioch 0 32 Cedarville 30

1948 Coach: Fred Raizk Record: 5-3-1 7 Salem 7 18 Bluffton 12 6 Rio Grande 20 16 Marietta 12 6 Cedarville 12 47 Taylor 0 20 Earlham 0 18 Franklin 6 0 Thiel 20

1955 Coach: Fred Raizk Record: 5-3-1 6 Ashland 7 33 Bluffton 25 7 Defiance 7 6 Findlay 19 19 Marietta 7 38 Ohio Northern 0 26 Georgetown 6 19 Adrian 22 6 Earlham 0

1929 Coach: Charles Bolen Record: 4-2-1 0 Dayton 7 18 Ashland 20 0 Cedarville 0 33 Cedarville 13 20 Rio Grande 0 13 Detroit (Wayne) 0 13 Hanover 0

1949 Coach: Fred Raizk Record: 6-2 32 Bluffton 0 32 Cedarville 6 13 Marietta 0 33 Rio Grande 7 7 Rose-Hulman 13 22 Huntington 6 19 Franklin 6 0 Thiel 7

1956 Coach: Fred Raizk Record: 3-4 27 Defiance 6 12 Ashland 6 6 Findlay 55 20 Bluffton 34 28 Ohio Northern 12 0 Centre 13 6 Earlham 0

1964 Coach: Don Pinhey Record: 2-5-1 7 Ashland 24 0 Centre 0 7 Bluffton 33 6 Defiance 20 7 Denison 35 26 Rose-Hulman 14 7 Earlham 33 14 Manchester 13

1957 Coach: Rex Simonds Record: 0-6-1 13 Ashland 24 14 Bluffton 26 0 Defiance 13 0 Findlay 14 6 Kenyon 6 12 Ohio Northern 14 0 Centre 9

1965 Coach: Don Pinhey Record: 0-7-1 0 Alma 14 12 Ashland 47 12 Centre 12 12 Bluffton 20 0 Defiance 14 22 Kenyon 37 13 Earlham 21 12 Manchester 25

1930 Coach: E.J. Steele Record: 4-2 20 Cedarville 0 13 Cedarville 0 0 John Carroll 30 13 Ohio Northern 0 0 Ohio 27 14 Hanover 0

0 25 14 0 2 0 0 6 52

1931 Coach: E.J. Steele Coach: 2-6-1 Dayton 56 Cedarville 0 John Carroll 40 Muskingum 12 Ohio Northern 31 Detroit (Wayne) 0 WV Tech 44 West Liberty 21 Alliance JC 0

1932 Coach: E. Daulton Peele Record: 2-6 7 Dayton – B 13 0 Ohio Wesleyan 20 0 Bluffton 2 0 Defiance 3 2 Findlay 7 32 Cedarville 0 7 Rio Grande 6 6 West Liberty 21

1950 Coach: Fred Raizk Record: 5-3 14 Anderson 13 6 Otterbein 20 20 Gannon 34 7 Ohio Northern 21 52 Rose-Hulman 0 21 Cedarville 7 20 Manchester 6 20 Earlham 15 1951 Coach: Fred Raizk Record: 6-2 7 Otterbein 0 35 Capital 14 26 Ashland 0 0 Georgetown 13 13 Albion 33 53 Cedarville 0 21 Manchester 20 19 Earlham 6

1952 Coach: Fred Raizk Record: 1-7 7 Capital 27 14 Marietta 25 11 Ohio Northern 34 20 Otterbein 12 23 Wittenberg 51 13 Georgetown 33 0 Albion 20 WC fielded no team from 13 Earlham 27 1933 through 1945 1953 1946 Coach: Fred Raizk Coach: Harold Shelly Record: 3-4 Record: 0-5 6 Kenyon 12 0 Marietta 18 26 Marietta 7 0 Wittenberg 39 19 Otterbein 0 12 Bluffton 13 7 Wittenberg 24 6 Earlham 13 6 Centre 34 0 Franklin 25 28 Manchester 0 6 Earlham 20 1947 Coach: Fred Raizk 1954 Record: 2-6 Coach: Fred Raizk 13 Bluffton 0 Record: 4-3 6 Wittenberg 7 26 Defiance 6 0 Earlham 13 9 Findlay 19 0 Morris Harvey 26 13 Marietta 19 12 Marietta 6 0 Centre 9 6 Defiance 26 32 Manchester 13 0 Findlay 26 19 Adrian 6 6 Franklin 19 44 Earlham 13

1958 Coach: Rex Simonds Record: 1-6 20 Ashland 18 0 Bluffton 42 12 Defiance 21 6 Findlay 57 0 Ohio Northern 24 13 Georgetown 35 6 Centre 7 1959 Coach: Rex Simonds Record: 1-6 15 Ashland 22 6 Bluffton 18 0 Defiance 18 0 Findlay 57 0 Ohio Northern 24 13 Georgetown 35 6 Centre 7

1963 Coach: Don Pinhey Record: 3-5 14 Alma 30 0 Ashland 19 6 Bluffton 27 0 Defiance 7 20 Defiance 7 26 Rose-Hulman 0 27 Kenyon 13 13 Earlham 28

1966 Coach: Don Pinhey Record: 1-7 6 Bluffton 14 8 Defiance 26 0 Taylor 14 6 Slippery Rock 7 7 Wheaton 33 7 Kenyon 13 21 Earlham 26 7 Manchester 6

1967 Coach: Gary Banks Record: 2-6 8 Bluffton 36 22 Defiance 29 7 Taylor 10 7 Slippery Rock 27 47 Case 13 6 Centre 26 1960 3 Manchester 0 Coach: C.W. Van Schoyck 6 Lake Forest 7 Record: 0-8 0 Ashland 58 1968 12 Bluffton 36 Coach: Gary Banks 0 Defiance 25 Record: 2-7-1 0 Findlay 21 7 Anderson 28 0 Ohio Northern 54 7 Earlham 7 7 Kenyon 27 7 Bluffton 0 0 Ferris State 48 7 Defiance 27 6 Earlham 34 12 Slippery Rock 25 27 Case 6 1961 7 Centre 28 Coach: C.W. Van Schoyck 0 Mount Union 43 Record: 0-8 7 Lake Forest 13 6 Ashland 21 6 Findlay 33 6 Bluffton 8 26 Defiance 48 1969 8 Findlay 36 Coach: Bill Atsalis 0 Kenyon 26 Record: 3-7 8 Ohio Northern 63 3 Anderson 34 0 Earlham 26 13 Earlham 29 13 Taylor 34 16 Bluffton 14 0 Defiance 31 1962 20 Slippery Rock 29 Coach: C.W. Van Schoyck 34 Case 10 Record: 2-6 7 Centre 21 8 Ashland 28 0 Mount Union 70 8 Bluffton 35 6 Rose-Hulman 14 8 Defiance 14 10 Findlay 3\ 16 Defiance 0 12 Kenyon 32 0 Ohio Northern 32 0 Earlham 26 15 Taylor 14

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All-Time Results 1970 Coach: Bill Atsalis Record: 4-4-1 6 Earlham 7 14 Bluffton 7 7 Defiance 14 7 Slippery Rock 6 13 Case Western 0 7 Centre 0 28 Wash & Jeff 44 7 Rose-Hulman 7 20 Findlay 29 1971 Coach: Bill Atsalis Record: 6-3 13 Earlham 20 21 Bluffton 0 10 Defiance 6 31 Bethany 18 27 Case 12 17 Centre 6 0 Taylor 10 37 Rose-Hulman 23 20 Findlay 37 1972 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 5-4 10 Taylor 9 21 Principia 23 13 Defiance 14 24 Oberlin 0 15 Hanover 14 17 Findlay 27 7 Kenyon 10 12 Bluffton 7 24 Rose-Hulman 14 1973 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 5-3 36 Principia 7 17 Taylor 24 0 Defiance 13 28 Manchester 14 17 Findlay 0 20 Kenyon 6 9 Bluffton 7 15 Earlham 20 1974 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 5-3 22 Rose-Hulman 3 7 Hanover 32 10 Taylor 31 17 Defiance 7 31 Manchester 10 7 Findlay 6 7 Bluffton 13 37 Earlham 15 1975 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 6-2-1 14 Taylor 16 31 Anderson 7 7 Bluffton 7 25 Rose-Hulman 7 16 Defiance 0 28 Manchester 21 17 Findlay 7 30 Grove City 0 0 Hanover 34 1976 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 5-3-1 0 Capital 14 10 Manchester 9 18 Findlay 14 7 Earlham 7 21 Anderson 0 12 Taylor 0 3 Hanover 23 6 Defiance 10 41 Bluffton 0

1977 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 6-3 0 Capital 21 27 Manchester 9 14 Findlay 16 24 Earlham 14 39 Anderson 31 30 Taylor 38 7 Hanover 3 31 Bluffton 20 1978 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 5-4 24 Canisius 7 13 Manchester 7 10 Findlay 14 6 Earlham 17 17 Anderson 13 12 Taylor 0 0 Hanover 21 19 Defiance 21 21 Bluffton 7 1979 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 5-4 19 Manchester 7 26 Findlay 28 34 Earlham 14 6 Anderson 35 50 Taylor 0 22 Hanover 8 30 Defiance 34 30 Bluffton 22 12 Franklin 22 1980 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 10-2 28 Findlay 14 51 Earlham 24 6 Anderson 21 30 Taylor 14 39 Hanover 20 31 Defiance 0 49 Bluffton 0 49 Toluca, Mexico 0 14 Manchester 7 National Playoffs 56 Hanover 49 31 William Jewell 17 10 Pacific Lutheran 38 1981 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 6-3 64 Freedom 0 7 Findlay 27 14 Earlham 7 17 Anderson 35 18 Taylor 16 38 Hanover 8 14 Defiance 15 17 Bluffton 14 34 Manchester 14 1982 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 8-2 17 Earlham 7 37 Anderson 21 27 Taylor 20 7 Hanover 14 24 Defiance 6 52 Bluffton 0 62 Iowa Wesleyan 0 17 Manchester 7 29 Findlay 7 National Playoffs 7 Westminster 14

1983 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 8-2 24 Earlham 8 13 Anderson 32 28 Taylor 7 31 Hanover 30 42 Defiance 21 10 Bluffton 3 24 Fostburg 0 34 Manchester 12 13 Findlay 10 National Playoffs 7 William Jewell 51 1984 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 6-2-1 21 Anderson 57 Upper Iowa 19 29 Hanover 29 32 Defiance 28 38 Bluffton 20 14 Hiram 15 14 Manchester 0 15 Findlay 35 6 Earlham 3 1985 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 7-2 30 Earlham 0 32 Anderson 8 32 Hanover 25 34 Defiance10 28 Bluffton 42 29 Union 21 33 Manchester 14 0 Findlay 30 22 Olivet 0

1989 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 5-5 17 Michigan Tech 21 29 Cumberland 26 13 Tiffin 10 32 Defiance 14 21 Urbana 7 14 WV Wesleyan 21 27 Evansville 28 17 Geneva 15 14 Bluffton 44 20 Findlay 38

1996 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 5-5 29 Urbana 3 0 Wabash 14 10 Thomas More 13 17 Adrian 10 14 Susquehanna 40 7 St. Joseph’s 63 24 Earlham 0 33 Bluffton 13 10 Bethany 7 14 Mt. St. Joseph 21

2002 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 3-7 45 Mt. St. Joseph 20 0 John Carroll 40 32 Otterbein 14 7 Capital 27 13 Muskingum 21 7 Baldwin-Wallace 47 31 Marietta 32 0 Ohio Northern 31 35 Heidelberg 28 0 Moutn Union 62

2008 Coach: Berry Wulf Record: 4-6 7 Mt. St. Joseph 21 34 Marietta 7 28 Capital 48 17 John Carroll 31 22 Muskingum 20 14 Otterbein 30 0 Mount Union 55 23 Heidelberg 20 27 Baldwin-Wallace 21 6 Ohio Northern 24

1990 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 4-5 20 Kenyon 31 24 Cambellsville 35 42 Tiffin 19 0 Defiance 30 31 Urbana 0 40 Evansville 28 20 Geneva 21 29 Mt. St. Joseph 18

1997 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 4-6 26 Urbana 20 14 Wabash 36 17 Thomas More 40 7 Susquehanna 28 0 Wittenberg 44 43 Earlham 7 26 Maryville 19 17 Bluffton 21 30 Bethany 14 25 Mt. St. Joseph 31

2003 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 2-8 12 Mt. St Joseph 26 13 John Carroll 31 21 Otterbein 30 7 Capital 52 7 Muskingum 24 0 Baldwin-Wallace 51 37 Marietta 31 21 Ohio Northern 34 19 Heidelberg 13 0 Mount Union 58

2009 Coach: Berry Wulf Record: 1-9 18 Mt. St. Joseph 27\ 20 Marietta 24 21 Capital 37 24 John Carroll 16 7 Muskingum 24 20 Otterbein 28 0 Mount Union 56 14 Heidelberg 17 14 Baldwin -Wallace 28 14 Ohio Northern 52

1998 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 4-6 28 Urbana 20 20 Olivet 27 33 Maryville 34 21 Mt. St. Joseph 17 55 Franklin 48 24 Hanover 31 10 Wabash 24 35 Manchester 42 34 Anderson 14 24 Bluffton 27

2004 Coach: Phil Dorn Record: 3-7 10 Mt. St. Joseph 21 17 Muskingum 5 7 Baldwin-Wallace 31 26 Heidelberg 14 7 Mount Union 49 10 John Carroll 20 20 Otterbein 17 7 Marietta 48 6 Ohio Northern 23 30 Capital 49

2010 Coach: Ken Minor Record: 0-10 7 Mt. St. Joseph 24 7 Capital 10 0 Mount Union 51 17 John Carroll 38 28 Marietta 31 0 Baldwin-Wallace 38 3 Heidelberg 36 6 Ohio Northern 44 14 Otterbein 37

1999 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 9-1 48 Urbana 17 41 Olivet 10 47 Adrian 21 45 Mt. St. Joseph 8 55 Franklin 6 15 Hanover 30 32 Wabash 30 39 Manchester 0 40 Anderson 23 31 Bluffton 28

2005 Coach Barry Wulf Record: 2-8 18 Mt. St. Joseph 21 14 Muskingum 3 6 Baldwin-Wallace 28 28 Heidelberg 14 6 Mount Union 41 14 John Carroll 31 7 Otterbein 14 3 Marietta 18 0 Ohio Northern 63 10 Capital 48

2000 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 7-3 24 Alma 27 30 Baldwin-Wallace 24 21 Muskingum 14 24 Otterbein 14 24 John Carroll 19 7 Mount Union 42 48 Heidelberg 38 30 Ohio Northern 38 39 Marietta 23 34 Capital 27

2006 Coach: Berry Wulf Record: 3-7 0 Mt. St. Joseph 24 0 Capital 43 0 Baldwin-Wallace 14 20 Muskingum 0 38 Otterbein 7 9 Mount Union 65 21 Heidelberg 14 0 John Carroll 35 14 Marietta 27 0 Ohio Northern 52

2001 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 5-5 41 Alma 21 35 Baldwin-Wallace 38 31 Muskingum 20 29 Otterbein 0 14 John Carroll 16 6 Mount Union 54 42 Heidelberg 0 20 Ohio Northern 40 28 Marietta 16 7 Capital 27

2007 Coach: Berry Wulf Record: 2-8 19 Mt. St. Joseph 31 0 Capital 40 0 Baldwin-Wallace 34 42 Muskingum 40 41 Otterbein 58 0 Mount Union 59 33 Heidelberg 37 42 John Carroll 35(OT) 14 Marietta 38 31 Ohio Northern 39

1991 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 1-9 12 Kenyon 40 14 Campbellsville 29 28 Tiffin 19 10 Defiance 14 14 Tarleton State 44 21 Thomas More 42 9 West Va. Tech 21 14 Bluffton 12 0 Geneva 40 14 Mt. St. Joseph 28

1986 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 6-3 46 Waterloo, CAN 6 30 Tiffin 29 29 Knoxville 14 41 Urbana 6 28 Defiance 17 27 W. Connecticut 29 36 Newport News 34 20 Union 25 26 Bluffton 37

1992 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 2-8 0 Cumberland 19 21 Thomas More 52 41 Tiffin 19 27 Olivet 21 14 Ohio Wesleyan 50 7 Defiance 45 28 Geneva 44 21 Bluffton 40 20 Wooster 30 21 Mt. St. Joseph 28

1987 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 5-4 30 Windsor 14 58 Urbana 7 17 Tiffin 10 25 Knoxville 38 22 WV Wesleyan 28 35 Defiance 7 16 Newport News 20 34 W. Connecticut 16 30 Bluffton 38

1993 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 6-4 17 Cumberland 14 24 Thomas More 42 26 Tiffin 38 29 Olivet 25 7 Ohio Wesleyan 0 31 Defiance 63 21 Geneva 31 49 Bluffton 14 41 Wooster 19 42 Mt. St. Joseph 31

1988 Coach: Bill Ramseyer Record: 7-2-1 27 Windsor 7 15 Michigan Tech 20 17 Cumberland 45 41 Tiffin 7 31 Defiance 7 31 Urbana 31 24 Newport News 10 35 Geneva 24 27 Bluffton 24 26 Findlay 14

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1994 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 3-6 20 Albion 44 27 Thomas More 35 21 Tiffin 42 25 Adrian 35 17 Dayton 42 41 Defiance 7 37 Geneva 49 33 Urbana 22 59 Mt. St. Joseph 49 1995 Coach: Mike Wallace Record: 2-6-1 3 Albion 43 14 Malone 34 23 Thomas More 48 34 Tiffin 34 37 Adrian 41 14 Geneva 49 33 Bluffton 34 21 Urbana 10 32 Mt. St. Joseph 14

2011 Coach: Ken Minor Record: 0-10 16 Mt. St. Joseph 26 12 Capital 26 7 Mount Union 66 3 Muskingum 14 7 John Carroll 44 6 Marietta 31 0 Baldwin-Wallace 75 20 Heidelberg 49 15 Ohio Northern 51 14 Otterbein 40 2012 Coaches: Ken Minor/ Jay Niswonger Record: 1-9 14 Mt. St. Joseph 37 10 Otterbein 54 2 Heidelberg 56 0 Muskingum 45 0 Mount Union 66 17 Baldwin-Wallace 49 13 Marietta 12 7 John Carroll 34 7 Ohio Northern 51 21 Capital 40

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Townsend Field at Williams Stadium Townsend Field at Williams Stadium is the home of Wilmington College and Wilmington High School football and lacrosse teams. The facility also features Beckett Track, which hosts numerous collegiate and high school track and field meets. In 2008, the playing field at Townsend Field was resurfaced with synthetic turf and new lighting was installed, giving Wilmington the ability to expand the number of collegiate and high school events hosted by Williams Stadium. Townsend Field has been the source of synergy for the advancement of scores of football careers. Included on the list of greats who called WC home are former NFL executive Kirk Mee and coaching Hall of Famer Bill Ramseyer. Seventy-six Wilmington College players have earned All-America honors, and although nearby Miami University is known as the “cradle of coaches,� Wilmington has helped produce dozens of coaches who have excelled at the high school and collegiate levels.

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In the spring, the tennis teams have six on-campus tennis courts; the track and field teams train and compete on the newly resurfaced, all-weather Beckett Track; the softball team plays at the campus’ top-notch softball field; and the baseball team competes at Tewksbury-Delaney Field. All athletic facilities, fields and arenas are contiguous parts of the campus. Also, the College features a natatorium/swimming pool, multiple practice fields, a new weight training room and a cardio fitness center. The College’s newly expanded athletic training room is a modern facility designed to facilitate practical experience for our athletic training majors, as well as keep our athletes in top shape. Also, Wilmington features a 24-stall equine center with a 72 x 152-foot indoor arena.

Hermann Court at Fred Raizk Arena The 3,500-seat arena serves as the home facility for the Wilmington men’s and women’s basketball teams along with the volleyball program. The Natatorim seats more than 500 fans and is the home of WC Swimming.

Charlie Gilhart Field Charlie Gilhart Field is the fall home for both soccer teams, while the women’s lacrosse team calls it home in the spring.

WC Softball Field & Tewksbury-Delaney Field The WC softball field will have a new playing surface for the 2014 season, while TewksburyDelaney in the long time baseball field.

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Athletics Directory

Athletic Director Terry Rupert

Asst. AD/SWA Beth Floyd

Business Manager Judy Doyle

Athletic Development Equipment Manager Steve Spirk Carl Coatney

Sports Information J. Ameer Rasheed

ADMINISTRATION All Wilmington College phone numbers are 937-382-6661 Terry Rupert ................................... Beth Floyd ..................................... Judy Doyle ..................................... Steve Spirk . ................................... Carl Coatney .................................. J. Ameer Rasheed ............................

Athletic Director ........................... Asst. AD/SWA ............................... Business Manager ......................... Dir. of Athletic Development . ......... Equipment Manager...................... Sports Information Director ............

ext. 255 ......................................... terry_rupert@wilmington.edu ext 392 ............................................ beth_floyd@wilmington.edu ext. 467 .......................................... judy_doyle@wilmington.edu ext. 262 .......................................... steve_spirk@wilmington.edu ext. 324 ........................................ carl_coatney@wilmington.edu ext. 347 ..................................... ameer_rasheed@wilmington.edu

HEAD COACHES Trip Breen ...................................... Ron Combs .................................... Chip Dillon ..................................... Beth Floyd ..................................... Stacey Hairston .............................. Dan Cleaver ................................... K.C. Hunt ....................................... Joe Leo .......................................... Bud Lewis ...................................... Domenic Marzano ........................... Jerry Scheve ................................... Steve Spirk . ................................... Brett Yenger . .................................

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M&W Swimming ........................... M&W Cross Country/Track .............. Cheerleading/Dance ..................... Softball/Volleyball ....................... Football ...................................... Baseball ...................................... Men’s Basketball .......................... M&W Tennis . ............................... Men’s Soccer . .............................. Men’s Lacrosse ............................. Women’s Basketball ...................... Women’s Soccer ........................... Women’s Lacrosse.........................

ext. 212 ............................................. trip_breen@wilmington.edu ext. 256............................................ ron_combs@wilmington.edu ext. 467 .......................................... chip_dillon@wilmington.edu ext. 392 ........................................... beth_floyd@wilmington.edu ext. 648 .................................... stacey_hairston@wilmington.edu ext. 374 ..........................................dan_cleaver@wilmington.edu ext. 349 ............................................... kc_hunt@wilmington.edu ext. 467 ................................................ joe_leo@wilmington.edu ext. 341 ............................................. bud_lewis@wilmington.edu ext. 269 ................................ domenic_marzano@wilmington.edu ext. 284 ......................................... jerry_scheve@wilmington.edu ext. 262 .......................................... steve_spirk@wilmington.edu ext. 250 ........................................ brett_yenger@wilmington.edu

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Athletic Training at Wilmington College SPECIALISTS IN THE PREVENTION, TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION OF SPORTS INJURIES Athletic training is an exciting and fast-paced allied medical profession. As an integral member of the athletic healthcare team, the certified athletic trainer (ATC) is educated in prevention, treatment, evaluation and rehabilitation of sports-related injuries and illnesses sustained by physically active people. Certified athletic trainers work closely with medical professionals in a wide range of settings that include high schools, colleges and universities, professional teams, sports medicine clinics, corporate fitness facilities and hospitals. In 2012, Wilmington’s athletic training program earned the maximum seven-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). Students completing the Bachelor of Science degree program at WC are eligible for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) examination to become a certified athletic trainer. Students also are eligible for the Ohio licensing exam upon earning their ATC credentials. All athletic training students are considered pre-professional during their first two semesters. After satisfactory completion of the pre-professional requirements, students are advanced to the professional phase of the curriculum, including advanced clinical education.

WC ATHLETIC TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP All students accepted into the athletic training program receive $5,000 in the scholarships over three years. Students receive $1,500 their sophomore and junior years, and $2,000 their senior year.

ATHLETIC TRAINING INTERNSHIPS WC interns get to experience first-hand the full scope of sports medicine. Some of WC’s most recent internship sites in the CincinBeacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine and many area clinics and high schools.

NATIONAL PROGRAM RECOGNITION Wilmington students have received an unprecedented six NATA scholarships. One graduate earned the highest score on the national certification exam. WC’s program also has been feature on the front cover of the NATA News and in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Wilmington College Team Physicians Dr. Tim Kremchek, Team Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Joseph Cehn, Ophthalmology Dr. Joseph Choo, Cardiology Dr. Glenn MacDonald, Optometrist

Dr. Mike Newman, Surgery Dr. Shawn Swick, Team Physician Dr. Chris Stromberg, Chiropractor Dr. David VanZant, Dentist Dr. Jay White, ENT

For more information: 1-800-753-0917 WC Admission Office: x260 AT Program Director: Larry Howard x 257

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The Wilmington College Athletic Training Quiz Bowl Team has claimed the state championship in six of the last 15 years. The 2011 team of Alex Geier, Cody Pontius, Erin Cane and their coach, Larry Howard, finished fourth nationally. It is the highest finish of any WC team on the national level.

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As a school founded by Quakers, Wilmington College embraces persons from all backgrounds, faiths and philosophies, and promotes in its program and activities such values as integrity, diversity, community, service, peace and social justice, and respect for all persons. The college also values international cultures and facilitates courses in global studies, as well as accommodating long-and shortterm study-abroad and touring opportunities. While Wilmington offers such popular majors as education, business administration, biology, criminal justice, sports management, social work and pre-professional, some of its more unique academic areas are the highly acclaimed agriculture program and its athletic training/ sports medicine program, which are considered among the best in the nation. Popular co-curricular activities for students are the numerous campus organizations at Wilmington that range from fraternities and sororities to faith-based groups, music and drama, publications, student government and service learning. Wilmington regularly hosts entertainment programs designed especially for college students, as well as those open to the greater community such as its highly acclaimed annual peace symposium and Issues & Artists Series, which has brought to campus unique entertainers, provocative and informative speakers, and entities representing diverse American and international cultures. Much has changed at Wilmington College since students gained national fame for building a dormitory in 1948. But a constant throughout the college’s 141-year history has been the transforming nature of the Wilmington College experience. Students leave Wilmington with the tools to succeed as they engage in careers or further their education in today’s rapidly changing world. They also bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience gained from the liberal arts, the embodiment of well-rounded individuals able to think critically and appreciate the role the arts, sciences and humanities play in a fulfilling life. They also realize that service to others is often an important road to self-realization. Indeed, since 1870, Wilmington College has prepared students to make a living, make a life and make a difference.

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Apply Online

THE MAIN CAMPUS: 65 acres, 21 buildings, including 8 residence halls

Meet the Admission Staff Contact information: 937-382-6661 email staff by clicking on name

OFF CAMPUS: Cincinnati Branch — Blue Ash On-site programs at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Farms, totaling more than 1,400 acres, currently used for teaching laboratories for agriculture majors and/or leased for commercial operations

COST PER YEAR (2013-14):

Director of Admission Tina Marshall Garland ext. 260

Dir. of Multicultural Rec. Chip Murdoch ext. 235

Tuition $27,890 (99% of students receive financial aid) Room and Board $9,392 Fees (Annual) Residential Students $700 (inc. $100 housing dep.) Fees (Annual) Commuter Students $600 Total* $37,982 *Excluding books and personal expenses

ENROLLMENT (2012-13): Main Campus 1,086 Graduate Program 12 Cincinnati Branches 213 Total Undergraduate Enrollment 1,299

RESIDENCE HALLS: Occupancy = 792 Capacity = 842

MAJORS

Transfer Counselor Gina Beck ext. 332

Agriculture Studies Adam Lohrey ext. 688

UNDERGRADUATE

Admission Counselor Carissa Macella ext. 265

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* Accounting, Business Administration * Agriculture * Biology * Chemistry * Mathematics * Education * Fine Arts, Theatre, Art, and Music * Communication Arts * Sports Management * Athletic Training * English * History * Spanish * Religion and Philosophy (Includes Peace Studies) * Criminal Justice * Political Science * Psychology * Social and Political Studies (Includes Pre-Law)

* Social Work * Sustainability PRE-PROFESSIONAL Law, Medical, Veterinary EDUCATION LICENSURES Adolescence to Young Adult (7-12) Early Childhood Education (PreK-3) Multi-Age Art (PreK-12) Middle Childhood Education (4-9) Multi-Age Health and/or Physical Education (PreK-12) Multi-Age Spanish(PreK-12) Vocational Agriculture (4-12) Special Education SPECIAL PROGRAMS Applied Peace Studies Certificate Program, Honors Program

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Student Organizations

Activities Programming Board (APB) Aggies

American Medical Students Association (AMSA) Amnesty International Black Student Initiative (BSI) Chi Alpha (XA) Christian Fellowship Collegiate 4-H Criminal Justice Club Dressage Team Equestrian Club E.T.C. - Educational Theater Company Faith in Action Fencing Club Gay-Straight Alliance International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) International Club Math Club Mock Trial Team Mod Squad ONE Campaign Chapter Psychology Club Publications Board Resident Student Association (RSA) Rodeo Club Recycle Wilmington College Science Society Service Leader Executive Board (SLEB) Soil Science Club Sports Medicine Leadership Council (SMLC) Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) STAND Student Government Association (SGA) Student PDK (Phi Delta Kappa) Vetrinarians of Tomorrow Water Polo Club Wellness & Health Promotions Committee WC Business Association WC Commuter Club (WC3) WC Student Alumni Association

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STUDEN


Greek Life Fraternities Delta Theta Sigma * Gamma Phi Gamma Iota Phi Theta * Lambda Chi Alpha * Sigma Zeta Tau Kappa Betta

Sororities Alpha Phi Kappa Delta Omega Theta Kappa Delta Phi Alpha Psi Sweethearts Psi Beta Omega Sigma Gamma Rho *

Greek Affiliates DTS Lil Sis *

NT LIFE

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Where is Wilmington??

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at Mount Union 1:30 p.m.

at Baldwin Wallace 1:30 p.m.

Wilmington 1:30 p.m.

Heidelberg 1:30 p.m.

Nov. 16

John Carroll 1:30 p.m.

Baldwin Wallace 1:30 p.m.

Home Games in GREEN

at Muskingum 1:30 p.m.

at Otterbein 1:30 p.m.

Heidelberg 1:30 p.m.

at John Carroll 1:30 p.m.

Muskingum 1:30 p.m.

at Mount Union 1:30 p.m.

Nov. 9

at Heidelberg 1:30 p.m.

Baldwin Wallace 1:30 p.m.

at at Otterbein Mount Union Wilmington 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

Otterbein 1:30 p.m.

Wilmington 1:30 p.m.

at Ohio Northern 1:30 p.m.

at Marietta 1:30 p.m.

at Capital 1:30 p.m.

at Ohio Northern 1:30 p.m.

Muskingum 1:30 p.m.

Nov. 2

Wilmington 7 p.m.

at Ohio Northern 1:30 p.m.

Marietta 7 p.m.

Ohio Northern

at Capital 2 p.m.

Marietta 1:30 p.m.

Otterbein 1 p.m.

at Wilmington 1:30 p.m.

at Ohio Northern 1 p.m.

Marietta 1:30 p.m.

Capital 1:30 p.m.

at Muskingum 1:30 p.m. Ohio Northern 1:30 p.m. at Capital 1:30 p.m.

at Mount Union 1:30 p.m.

Heidelberg 7 p.m.

at Muskingum 1:30 p.m.

John Carroll 1:30 p.m.

Marietta 1:30 p.m.

at Baldwin Wallace 2 p.m.

Baldwin Wallace 7 p.m.

at John Carroll 7 p.m.

Wilmington 2 p.m.

St. John Fisher 1:30 p.m.

Otterbein

Heidelberg 1:30 p.m.

at John Carroll 1:30 p.m.

Otterbein 1:30 p.m.

at Mount Union Wilmington 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m.

at Baldwin Wallace 2 p.m.

at Heidelberg 2 p.m.

at Alfred State Waynesburg 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

at Mount Union Muskingum 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

Franklin 1:30 p.m.

Mount Union Muskingum

John Carroll 1:30 p.m.

at Marietta 1:30 p.m.

Heidelberg 7 p.m.

at Muskingum 1:30 p.m.

Capital 1:30 p.m.

at Heidelberg 1:30 p.m.

Ohio Northern 2 p.m.

Oct. 12

Capital 7 p.m.

at Mount Union 7 p.m.

at Baldwin Wallace 1:30 p.m.

at Marietta 7 p.m.

at John Carroll 7 p.m.

at Otterbein 7 p.m.

Oct. 5

Otterbein 7 p.m.

Capital 7 p.m.

at Case 7 p.m.

Capital 1:30 p.m.

Wilmington 1:30 p.m.

Ohio Northern 2 p.m.

Muskingum 2 p.m.

Sept. 28

at Baldwin Wallace 6 p.m.

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Oct. 26

Ohio Northern 2 p.m.

at Marietta 7 p.m.

John Carroll 6 p.m.

Sept. 21

at St. Norbert p.m.

Marietta

at Mount Union at Otterbein Wilmington 1:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m.

Alma 1:30 p.m.

Thomas More 1:30 p.m.

at Bluffton 1:30 p.m. (9/14)

Sept. 7/ Sept. 14

John Carroll

Oct. 19

Heidelberg

Capital

Baldwin Wallace

2013 Ohio Athletic Conference Football Schedule

at Capital 1:30 p.m.

Ohio Northern 1:30 p.m.

John Carroll 1:30 p.m.

at Marietta 1:30 p.m.

Baldwin Wallace 6 p.m.

at Mount Union 7 p.m.

Muskingum 2 p.m.

at Heidelberg 1:30 p.m.

at Otterbein 2 p.m.

Olivet 1 p.m.

Wilmington


Why We Play Division III Athletics It’s not about getting a scholarship, getting drafted, or making SportsCenter. It’s a deep need in us that comes from heart. We need to practice, to play, to lift, to hustle, to sweat. We do it all for our teammates and for the student in our calculus class that we don’t even know. We don’t practice with a future major league first baseman; we practice with a future sports agent. We don’t lift weights with a future Olympic wrestler; we lift with a future doctor. We don’t run with a future Wimbledon champion; we run with a future CEO. It’s a bigger part of us than our friends and family can understand. Sometimes we play for 2,000 fans; sometimes 25. But we still play hard. You cheer for us because you know us. You know more than just our names. Like all of you, we are students first. We don’t sign autographs. But we do sign graduate school applications, MCAT exams, and student body petitions. When we miss a kick or strike out, we don’t let down an entire state. We only let down our teammates, coaches, and fans. But the hurt is still the same. We train hard, lift, throw, run, kick, tackle, shoot, dribble, and lift some more, and in the morning we go to class. And in that class we are nothing more than students. It’s about pride - in ourselves, in our school. It’s about our love and passion for the game. And when it’s over, when we walk off that court or field for the last time, our hearts crumble. Those tears are real. But deep down inside, we are very proud of ourselves. We will forever be what few can claim ... college athletes.


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