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2011 EOU FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK

EASTERN OREGON

BARRETT HENDERSON, ASST. AD, MEDIA RELATIONS ONE UNIVERSITY BLVD. LA GRANDE, ORE. 97850 O: 541.962.3946 C: 541.805.5687 F: 541.962.3577 BHENDERSON@EOU.EDU EOUSPORTS.COM

WEEK 1: MONTANA TECH

2011 SCHEDULE 0-0, 0-0 FRONTIER SEPTEMBER 3 10 17 24

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Montana Tech 5 p.m. Carroll 12 p.m. Montana State-Northern 12 p.m. MONTANA WESTERN 1 p.m.

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Montana Western Rocky Mountain

Game 1: Eastern Oregon (0-0, 0-0 Frontier) at Montana Tech (1-0, 0-0 Frontier) When: Saturday, Sept. 3, 6 p.m. MT Where: Alumni Coliseum, Butte, Mont. Live Stats: EOUSports.com Live Video: EOUSports.com Live Radio: KCMB 104.7 FM Series: Montana Tech holds an 11-6 all-time advantage.

GAME TIME Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. MT at Alumni Coliseum with a live video stream on EOUSports. com. A live radio broadcast will also be available on KCMB 104.7 FM in La Grande and All dates and times are Pacific HOME GAMES played at Community Stadium Baker City.

EASTERN OREGON COACHING STAFF Tim Camp, 4th Year (17-16, 16-14 Frontier) ..... HC Zach Tinker, Fourth Year ...................................... OC Levi Suiaunoa, First Year ....................................... DC Dustin Murray, Fourth Year .......................... ST, WR Shay Thorstad, First Year ....................................... DL Adam Donnelly, Third Year ................................... LB C.J. Green, Second Year ........................................ GA Jordan Smith, First Year ........................................ GA Jeff McNally, First Year .......................................... GA EASTERN OREGON QUICK FACTS Location ............................................. La Grande, Ore. Founded ................................................................ 1929 Enrollment ........................................................... 4,137 Nickname .............................................. Mountaineers Colors ..... Navy and Vegas Gold (Pant. 2745 & 583) Stadium (Capacity) ................... Community (3,000) Playing Surface ..................................... Natural Grass Conference ..................................................... Frontier First Football Season ........................................... 1929 President ............................................. Dr. Bob Davies Athletic Director ...................................... Rob Cashell Faculty Representative ........... Dr. Peter Diffenderfer Athletics Website .................... www.EOUSports.com EASTERN OREGON FOOTBALL FACTS 2010 Record ............................................................. 5-6 2010 Frontier Record/Finish ......................... 5-5/3rd 2010 Final Ranking .............................................. N/A All-Time Record ............................ 232-430-14 (.344) All-Time Frontier Record ...................... 21-28 (.438) All-Time Postseason Record ................................. 0-0

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THE SERIES * Montana Tech leads the all-time series 11-6. * The Orediggers have a 6-2 advantage over Eastern in Butte. * The last time EOU won at Alumni Coliseum was Sept. 19, 2009, 32-20. * The last meeting between the teams was last season in La Grande on Oct. 15. * Eastern Oregon won that meeting, 31-28, on EOU’s Homecoming. * The winner in five of the last six meetings has scored at least 28 points.. * Three of the last six meetings have been decided by a combined eight points. * The last six meetings have been split between the teams. * Tech has a 7-3 advantage over EOU in the last 10 meetings. QUICK HITS * Eastern has won four of its last 10 season openers, but has lost two straight. * The Mountaineers last season-opening win was against Montana Tech in 2008. * EOU is 32-46 all-time in season-openers, a percentage of .410. * The Mountaineers’ Chris Ware is two rushing touchdowns from breaking the Eastern Oregon career school record. It would be his 13th school record. * In the games Eastern lost last season it had been outscored 86-23 in the first quarter. * Eastern Oregon plays its first three games away from home for the first time since 2006. The Mountaineers went 1-2 in that stretch. It was also the last time EOU played three road games in a row. * EOU is 11-3 when leading at halftime under Tim Camp, but 4-11 when trailing. * Under Tim Camp, the Mountaineers are 24-7 when they score at least 30 points. * Montana Tech scored 50 points in a 50-47 win last weekend for the first time since 2004. * After 24 years under Bob Green, the OreDiggers are playing their second game under their new head coach, Chuck Morrell. * The Mountaineers play at night for the first time since Oct. 29, 2005, at Azusa Pacific.

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WEEK 1: MONTANA TECH AROUND THE FRONTIER WEEK ONE (AUG. 27) Southern Oregon at Montana Tech, 47-50, 2OT No. 7 Dickinson State at Rocky Mountain, 3-38 WEEK TWO (SEPT. 3) Montana Western at MSU-Northern, Noon No. 1 Carroll at Rocky Mountain, Noon Eastern Oregon at Montana Tech, 5 p.m. WEEK THREE (SEPT. 10) Rocky Mountain at Montana Western, Noon Eastern Oregon at No. 1 Carroll, Noon MSU-Northern at Montana Tech, 5 p.m. * All times Pacific FRONTIER PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Offensive N/A

Expanded Standings Conference L 0 0 0 0 0 0

RV Montana Tech RV Rocky Mountain No. 1 Carroll RV Eastern Oregon MSU-Northern Montana Western

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RV Montana Tech RV Rocky Mountain No. 1 Carroll RV Eastern Oregon MSU-Northern Montana Western

STREAK Won 1 Won 1 -----

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Away 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Overall PF 43.1 32.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

VS. TOP 25 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PA 16.0 37.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 VS. TOP 10 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Statistical Leaders (As of 9/2/11) TEAM

Defensive N/A Special Teams N/A

FRONTIER PRESEASON POLL 1. Carroll College (5) 2. Eastern Oregon (1) 2. Rocky Mountain 4. Montana Tech 4. MSU-Northern 6. Montana Western

25 pts 16 pts 16 pts 14 pts 14 pts 5 pts

First place votes in parenthesis ( )

SPORTS INFORMATION Phone ………….......………………… 541.962.3946 Fax ……………...….……………..….. 541.962.3577 Ast. Ath. Dir., Media Relations .. Barrett Henderson Office phone ………...…..… 541.962.3946 Cell phone ………..…....….. 541.805.5687 E-mail ………......... bhenderson@eou.edu FB Media Relations Asst ............... Travares Peterson Mailing Address …….... Eastern Oregon University ……………….....………….… One University Blvd. ……………….....……..…….. La Grande, OR 97850

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SCORING OFFENSE 1. Montana Tech 50 2. Rocky Mountain 38 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. Montana Tech 331 2. Rocky Mountain 131 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

TURNOVER MARGIN 1. Montana Tech 0.0 2. Rocky Mountain 0.0 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

SCORING DEFENSE 1. Rocky Mountain 3 2. Montana Tech 47 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

RUSHING DEFENSE 1. Rocky Mountain 209 2. Montana Tech 241 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

PENALTY YARDS PER GAME 1. Rocky Mountain 81 2. Montana Tech 46 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Montana Tech 537 2. Rocky Mountain 385 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

PASSING OFFENSE 1. Rocky Mountain 254 2. Montana Tech 206 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

3RD DOWN CONV. 1. Montana Tech 60 2. Rocky Mountain 33.3 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. Rocky Mountain 266 2. Montana Tech 557 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

PASSING DEFENSE 1. Rocky Mountain 57 2. Montana Tech 316 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

OPP. 3RD DOWN CONV. 1. Rocky Mountain 14.3 2. Montana Tech 52.9 3. Carroll College 3. Eastern Oregon 3. MSU-Northern 3. Montana Western

INDIVIDUAL

SACKS/GAME 1. Mike Willis (RMC) 1

TOTAL OFFENSE/GAME 1. Bryce Baker (RMC) 290 RUSHING YARDS/GAME 1. Pat Hansen (MT) 187 PASSING YARDS/GAME 1. Bryce Baker (MT) 248 RECEPTIONS/GAME 1. AJ Tolbert (RMC) 7.0

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Nick Knell (RMC) 1 PUNT RET. YARDS/GAME 1. Patrick Bertelsen (RMC) 12.3 KICK RET. YARDS/GAME 1. Ketwaun Frank (MT) 20.7

TOTAL INTERCEPTIONS 1. Jake Helbling (MT) 1 TACKLES/GAME 1. Nathan Kobold (MT) 12

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RV EASTERN OREGON MOUNTAINEERS Rushing:

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RV MONTANA TECH OREDIGGERS Rushing: Hansen (187) Baker (72)

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Passing: Receiving: Schwarzkopf (206) Thomas (52) Knatterud (33)

Defense: Kobold (12 tcks) Helbling (1)

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Trailing at Half

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Overtime Games When Scoring First When Opp Scores First

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Scoring 20+ Points Scoring 30+ Points Scoring 40+ Points Scoring 50+ Points Allowing 20 or Less Allowing 30 or Less Decided by 3 or Less Decided by 10 or Less

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Rush <200 Yds Rush for >200 Yds Rush for >300 Yds Pass for >200 Yds Pass for >300 Yds Total >400 Yds

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Overall Home Away vs. Top 10 vs. Top 25

THE LAST TIME THEY MET ...

Leading After 1st Qtr Tied After 1st Qtr EOU WINS IN DRAMATIC FASHION ON HOMECOMING Oct. 16, 2010 the conference squared off Saturday with Starr and Trailing After 1st Qtr LA GRANDE, Ore. – The Eastern Oregon University upset No. 21 Montana Tech at the EOU Homecoming, 31-28. Ked Starr returned a punt for a touchdown with 1:58 remaining in regulation to help the Mountaineers (4-3) (4-2) win their fourth consecutive game. Kevin Sampson finished with his fourth 100-yard game on the ground in a row. The junior carried 24 times for 100 yards. Chris Ware finished 21 of 40 for 216 yards with two rushing touchdowns and one through the air. Ware collected his 10th school record in the win. Ware topped Chuck Nyby’s pass attempt record of 992 attempts in a career. Ware needs eight ,ore completions to break Nyby’s completions in a career school record as well. Eastern was held under 200 yards on the ground for the first time in the last four games. The Mountaineers were held to 188 yards on the ground, five yards shy of their Frontier Conference leading 193 yards per game. EOU finished with 404 total offensive yards, while Tech had 503. The Orediggers (4-3) (4-2) lost for the second time in the last three games and fell into a second place tie with Eastern Oregon in the conference behind No. 2 Carroll College. After the Mountaineers began the season 0-3, they have won four consecutive contests and travel to Carroll next week in the Victory Sports Network National Game of the Week. Montana Tech gained 161 yards on the ground led by Matt Komac’s 93 yards on 13 carries. Komac threw for 342 yards and completed 30 of his 46 passes. He had a pair of touchdowns through the air and threw two interceptions. His 93 rushing yards and 342 passing yards were season highs. J.T. McIntyre caught four Komac passes for 92 yards and Shayne Shaules had seven catches for 86 yards. Kirk Miller led EOU with seven catches for 62 yards. Sampson added 42 yards on five receptions. Starr had a game-high 180 all-purpose yards. The top two kick return and punt return players in

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the Orediggers’ Trent Thomas on the same field. Thomas finished with 105 all-purpose yards to lead Leading at Half Tech. Tied at Half The teams combined for nine turnovers in the game as each team lost three fumbles, while Eastern had two interceptions and Montana Tech had one. Howard McDonald forced two Oredigger fumbles and finished with 12 tackles. Marc-Avery Airhart had a game-high 15 tackles. Marcus Johnson and Trent Panasuk each had 11 tackles for Montana Tech. Thomas opened the scoring with 2:45 remaining in the first quarter on a 15-yard run. The Mountaineers tied the score on a Ware to Gary Cole five-yard touchdown pass at the 7:33 mark of the second quarter. Eastern began a high-scoring second half with a pair of Ware touchdown runs. The junior ran in from five yards away and 23 yards out. Shaules caught a 20-yard pass from Komac to begin a 21-3 Montana Tech run. Drew Savage would score next on a four-yard run, tying the score at 21. Nick Knell connected on a 34-yard field goal on the ensuing Mountaineer possession. McIntyre caught a 23-yard pass from Komac to complete an eightplay, 76-yard drive for Montana Tech. Eastern failed to score on its next drive which ended with 2:32 remaining in regulation. The EOU defense forced a three-and-out, and combined with uses of three timeouts, got the ball back with a Tech punt just 34 seconds later. Starr caught a Brian Nickel punt on the EOU 32-yard-line and returned it 68 yards for the winning touchdown with 1:58 left in the game. With Eastern leading 31-28, Komac marched the Orediggers from their own 24-yard-line to the Eastern Oregon 27-yard-line, and in field goal range. On first-and-ten at the EOU 27-yard-line, Max Hannah intercepted a Komac pass at the 18-yard-line with 16 seconds remaining in the game to seal the victory.

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WEEK 1: MONTANA TECH EASTERN OREGON IN THE POLLS Week NAIA VSN Preseason RV 28 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 NAIA Top 25 (as of 8/8) ‘10 REC PTS 1. Carroll (Mont.) (14) 14-0 314 2. Saint Xavier (Ill.) 13-1 302 3. MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) 12-1 289 4. Saint Francis (Ind.) 10-2 276 5. Morningside (Iowa) 10-2 269 6. Marian (Ind.) 10-3 246 7. Dickinson State (N.D.) 9-2 233 8. William Penn (Iowa) 10-1 225 9. Georgetown (Ky.) 8-3 206 10. Ottawa (Kan.) 9-2 192 11. Missouri Valley 8-2 180 12. McPherson (Kan.) 10-1 178 13. Northwestern Oklahoma State 8-3 175 14. Northwestern (Iowa) 8-2 163 15. Azusa Pacific (Calif.) 6-4 152 16. Cumberlands (Ky.) 7-4 140 17. Midland (Neb.) 8-3 118 18. Cumberland (Tenn.) 8-3 100 19. Southern Nazarene (Okla.) 7-4 98 20. Webber International (Fla.) 7-4 80 21. Kansas Wesleyan 7-3 70 22. Benedictine (Kan.) 7-4 54 23. Baker (Kan.) 7-4 52 24. St. Francis (Ill.) 7-4 35 25. Grand View (Iowa) 6-4 22 Others receiving votes: Sterling (Kan.) 13; Union (Ky.) 9; Campbellsville (Ky.) 8; Rocky Mountain (Mont.) 6; Friends (Kan.) 5; Saint Ambrose (Iowa) 3; Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.) 1; Eastern Oregon 1; Valley City State (N.D.) 1; Southern Oregon 1; Shorter (Ga.) 1; Montana Tech 1; Langston (Okla.) 1; Jamestown (N.D.) 1 VSN Top 25 (as of 6/29) 1. Carroll College (Mont.) 2. Saint Xavier University (Ill.) 3. University of Saint Francis (Ind.) 4. MidAmerica Nazarene University (Kan.) 5. Morningside College (Iowa) 6. Georgetown College (Ky.) 7. Northwestern College (Iowa) 8. William Penn (Iowa) 9. Marian University (Ind.) 10. Dickinson State University (N.D.) 11. Missouri Valley (Mo.) 12. Ottawa University (Kan.) 13. Northwestern Oklahoma State 14. Azusa Pacific (Calif) 15. University of the Cumberlands (Ky.) 16. Midland Unversity (Neb.) 17. Benedictine College (Kan.) 18. Cumberland University (Tenn.) 19. Southern Nazarene (Okla.) 20. Saint Francis (Ill.) 21. Webber International (Fla.) 22. Baker (Kan.) 23. McPherson College (Kan.) 24. Kansas Wesleyan (Kan.) 25. Sterling (Kan.)

WARE CLOSES IN ON LUCKY NO. 13 Eastern Oregon quarterback, Chris Ware, is two rushing touchdowns from breaking the school’s rushing touchdowns in a career record. The senior has scored 20 rushing touchdowns in his career, one shy of tying Damien Johnson’s seven-year-old record at EOU. Ware currently holds 12 school records. The Rainier, Ore. native has a chance to break record number 14 later this season. He is 78 rushing attempts from topping Tim Sicocan’s 11-yearold school record. SEATTLE’S BEST Mountaineer runningback, Kevin Sampson, is looking to build on last season’s record-breaking year. The senior had seven games with at least 100 yards rushing in 2010, topped by a season opening 227 yard performance against Southern Oregon. The Seattle native broke the school record for rushing yards in a single season last year with 1,309. He became the fourth Mountaineer all-time to rush for 1,000 yards in a season. Sampson can become the school’s career leader in rushing yards if gains 915 yards in 2011. BEAUT IN BUTTE Alumni Coliseum has been home of Montana Tech football since 1966. Now in its 43rd season the home field to the OreDiggers has become one of the toughest places to play in the Frontier Conference. From the long trip, to the raucous fans, to the talented football played at Tech, Alumni Coliseum is a formidable place for opposing teams. Recent renovations include 486 reserved seats and a 18x24 foot video replay board. The Mountaineers are 2-6 against Tech in Butte with the last win coming in 2009. IT’S ALL ABOUT THE START Great teams know how to get off to a great start to their seasons. Eastern has won four of its last 10 season openers and has an all-time record of 32-46 in season opening games. The Mountaineers have lost their last two season openers. EOU’s last season opening win was over Montana Tech in 2008, 38-28. Eastern Oregon’s last two season openers have been four-point losses to Southern Oregon. EOU is 2-3 in conference openers since joining the Frontier. Tech lost three straight season openers until it beat Southern last weekend. ROCKY RUMBLES AT HOME Fellow Frontier Conference member, Rocky Mountain College, had a big start to its 2011 schedule last weekend. The Battlin’ Bears knocked off No. 7 Dickinson State, 38-3, in front of a raucous crowd in Billings, Mont. RMC defeated a top-10 opponent for the first time since 1999, when it beat Dickinson State in the playoffs. Rocky’s defense which returns 11 starters from last season’s team, held the Blue Hawks to 265 total yards. Dickinson threw for just 57 yards and completed nine of its 31 pass attempts. WHAT A WAY TO START Montana Tech’s season opening win over Southern Oregon had many high numbers in it. A combined 97 points, 142 plays from scrimmage, and a three and a half hour amount of time to decide a winner in front of a crowd near 3,000. The teams combined for 1,097 total yards of offense, 572 rushing yards and 522 passing yards. Montana Tech’s 50 points were the most it has scored in a game since 2004. Tech runningback, Pat Hansen, ran for the winning score on a 25-yard run in double overtime on first down.

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Saturday’s Two Deep Rosters

CAMP VS. OPPONENTS Carroll College MSU Northern Montana Tech Montana Western Rocky Mountain Southern Oregon

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EASTERN OREGON VS. ALL OPPONENTS Albertson College 8 26 1 Azusa Pacific 0 2 0 Baker Independents 1 0 0 Boise State 5 9 0 Calif.-Davis, University of 0 1 0 Camp Hanford 0 0 1 Carroll College 8 17 0 Centralia J.C. 1 1 0 Central Washington 9 25 0 Chapman, Calif. 1 0 0 Columbia Basin J.C. 0 2 0 Columbia College 0 1 0 Eastern Washington 3 9 1 Enterprise High School 1 0 0 George Fox 5 1 0 Gonzaga Univ. Frosh 0 1 0 Gooding College 3 0 0 Grays Harbor, Wash. 1 1 0 Hamilton A.F.B. 0 1 0 Idaho Air Base 1 1 0 Idaho State 0 1 0 Lewis & Clark 7 16 0 Lewis-Clark State 8 9 2 Linfield 2 18 0 Lower Columbia J.C. 1 0 0 Malstrom A.F.B. 1 0 0 Menlo 1 1 0 Montana State 0 1 0 Montana State-Northern 12 5 0 Montana Tech 6 11 0 Nevada, Univ. of (Reno) 0 2 0 Olympic J.C. 0 1 0 Oregon State Frosh 0 3 0 Oregon State JV’s 0 1 0 Oregon Tech 18 28 0 Pacific Lutheran 0 12 0 Pacific University 7 8 0 Pendleton Independents 1 0 0 Portland Air Base 1 0 0 Portland State 5 9 1 Portland U. Frosh 2 0 0 Portland U. JV 1 0 0 Rocky Mountain College 13 4 0 Seattle Cavaliers 0 2 0 Seattle Ramblers 0 1 0 Simon Fraser 2 9 0 Southern Idaho 2 7 0 Southern Oregon 15 44 3 Southern Utah 0 2 0 Spokane University 2 0 0 St. Mary’s, Calif. 1 0 0 Univ. of British Columbia 0 3 0 Univ. of Montana Western 15 5 0 Univ. of Oregon Frosh 0 2 0 Univ. of Puget Sound 7 5 0 Univ. of San Francisco 2 2 0 Univ. of Wis.-Whitewater 0 2 0 Vancouver BKs 1 0 0 Weber State 0 3 0 Wenatchee J.C. 1 2 1 Westminster College, Utah 3 4 0 Western Oregon 20 42 1 Western Washington 9 13 1 Whitman 11 23 0 Whitman Frosh and Soph’s 1 0 0 Whitworth 16 14 2 Willamette 6 16 0 Willamette Frosh 0 1 0 Yakima J.C. 0 3 0

Eastern Oregon Offensive Two Deep Tackle 70 W. Hunter JR 6-3 300 79 E. Spond JR 6-2 260

Guard 77 L. Endsleyy SO O 66-1 -11 2256 56 65 M. M. Victorino FR R 5-11 305

Cen Ce Center nter 68 E. E. Jones SO 66-0 -00 2260 60 74 G. St Stuart tuartt FR 6-0 2270 700

Widee Receiver 13 J. Burroughs SR 6-2 200 25 A. Naway SO 6-0 190

T Tight ight End d 29 D D.. Bedford SR R 6-4 2255 800 G. Col Cole le SR R 6-2 245 455

Qu Q Quarterback uartte terb rback 7 C. W Ware are SR 66-1 -1 2218 18 1111 R. R. Walser W ls Wa l er SO O 6-4 6--44 2218 18 18

Guar Gu Guard ard d 771 B. Sa Salt Saltvick ltvi vick i JR JR 6-1 288 2888 66 N. Huelter FR 66-1 -11 2288 88

Wide Wid de Receive de Receiver er 14 K K.. Oveson n SR R 6-1 185 877 A. Miless FR FR 5-11 185 1885 Wide Receiver Wide de R ece ec cei eive ver 1 K. K. SStarr taarr SO 5-9 -99 178 788 1144 K K.. O Ov Oveson ves eson on SR R 66-1 -11 1185 85 85

Running Runn Ru nnin nn ingg Back in Baack 20 K K.. Sa Samp Sampson mp pso son son SR R 55-10 - 0 20 -1 2200 00 288 M. M. Orthmann O tth Or hma mann ann nn RF RFr Fr 55-88 22 220 20 K ickker Kicker 866 L. O Ortiz rttiiz SO O 5-1 11 1185 85 5-11

Tackle 60 J. Van Beek Be SR 6-2 275 78 T. Olmste Olmsted FR 6-3 255

Kick Returner 1 K. Starr SO 5-9 178 87 A. Miles FR 5-11 185

Montana Tech Defensive Two Deep Defensive nsive Line 8 R. Jones JR 6-4 225 58 J. Workman RFr 6-0 227

Defensivee Li L Line ne 90 M. Waldman Waald dman SO 6SO 6-3 -3 2225 -3 25 29 R RJJ Cl C Clark lark R RF RFr Fr 666-22 1977

Defensive Lin Line 69 M. Johnso Johnson SR 6-0 273 55 M. Morri Morris JR 6-2 270

Linebacker 37 J. Hickey JR 6-0 209 33 C. Odell RFr 6-0 195

Linebacker Li L iine neeba n eba back ackkeerr 17 K. K. Schey Scheey Sche Sc SR R 66-0 -00 2235 35 35 26 R R.. Co Co n Corson RF Fr 5-10 5 100 1180 580 80 RFr

Linebacker L Li neba baackker 6C C.. O O’Neill ’Nei eilll SR 6-0 SR -00 2205 05 05 311 M. M. Touzinsky To ouz uzinsky RF R Fr 6-2 212 RFr

Linebacker L Li ine ine ne 46 J. Semansky S SO 66-3 224 21 T. P Peterson RFr 66-3 212

Defensive Backk 23 L. Ledgerwood od SR 6-0 182 5 K. Frank JR 5-8 170

Defensive D De efe f ns n iv i eB Ba Back ack ck 27 D 27 D.. Ch Chandler han andl dlerr SR 5SR 5-11 -11 1182 -1 82 1155 L. L. Seubert SSeeubert SO 5-99 170 SO

Defensive Def De fens fe fen nsive iivv Back 9N N.. K Kobold ob bol od JR 5-11 18 185 85 25 J. J. Helbling Helblin ng ng FR 5-11 5-11 1900 FR

Defens Back Defensive 3 J. H Heringer JR 5-10 5- 177 11 N. Thompson FR 55-11 180

Punter 91 T. Farewell JR 6-1 180

Puntt R Returner etur et u nerr 7 T. Th Tho omas oma mass JR 55-8 --88 1175 75

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Saturday’s Two Deep Rosters Montana Tech Offensive Two Deep Offensive Line 57 D. Waltee SR 6-2 285 59 J. Pyburn FR 6-3 285

Offensive Line 64 M. Ferko RFr 6-1 2400 53 L. Sims mss m SO 6-0 2280 80 80

Offensive ensivve Line 70 K. Mu M Mullan ullan -22 275 JR 66-2 655 H H.. Blevins Blevins RF RFr Fr 66-4 -4 221

JR 6-1 295 77 F. Petitta FR 6-1 280

Quarterback Q Qu uarrte terb back 4B B.. SSchwarzkoph chw ch hwa warzzko koph ph SO 6-22 2202 SO 02 133 N N.. Ba Baker ake kerr SSO O 66-1 -1 1190 90 90

Tight End 84 L. Knatterud ud SO 6-3 205 80 C. Eisenzimer mer JR 6-3 250

Running Runn Ru nniin nn ing Ba ing Backk Back 2 P 24 P.. H Hansen anssen en RFr 5-9 182 RFr RF 344 T. Rowe FR R 5-11 195 1995 Kicker 91 T. Farewelll JR 6-1 180

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Offensive Line 72 M. Study SR 6-4 280 71 A. Tangaro FR

Wide Receiver 10 C. McQueary SR 5-9 170 7 T. Thomas JR 5-8 175

Full Fu ull ll Back 36 T. SSh Shriver hriver SO 5-100 21 22155 400 M. Mat Matosich tosich 219 S 6-1 21 SR 19

Wide Receiver 81 C. Halko JR 6-0 190 82 J. Roberts SO 6-0 212

Kick ckk R Returner eettur tu ne ner 10 C C.. Mc M McQueary Q ea Qu eary ry SR R 55-9 -9 1170 -9 70

Eastern Oregon Defensive Two Deep Left End 45 M. Goings SR 5-11 220 35 R. Watson FR 5-11 240

De Defensive efe fens nsiv ivee Ta Tack Tackle ckle le 62 JJ.. Bunker er JR 66-0 -00 2275 755 97 J. Spence SR 6-4 285

Linebacker Linebaccker 32 M. Gay Gayman yman SO 5-11 2220 20 44 J. Brunet Bru unet JR 6-1 2236 36 o neerbaacck or Left C Cornerback 233 K K.. Ga Garcia arciiiaa SO O 55-10 -110 19 190 90 1177 A A.. Fo Fote Foteff oteff teeff FR FR 55-10 -10 18 -1 1185 85 Pu un ntter er Punter 8866 L L.. O Ortiz rtiz SSO O 55-11 -111 185

Defen Defensive nsiv sivee Ta Tack Tackle ckle le 55 N N.. Ru Rudder 55-11 -111 2260 60 922 N. N. Roberson SR 6-0 256 56 56

Lin Li Linebacker neb ne baacker 43 M. M. Airhart Airhart SR S 66-0 -0 235 -0 588 B B.. SSv Svedin vedin n JR 5-10 5-110 215 2 5 21 JR Safety Safe Sa ffeety ty 19 W W.. To Togi Togiailua giai gi a lu ai ua SR SR 66-0 -0 2215 15 42 R 42 R.. Fl Flowers lo ow wer ers FR R 5-11 5-111 180 180

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Right End 94 W. Orr FR 6-2 225 9955 JJ.. Rowley JR R 66-4 -4 275 Li Linebacker inebackerr 28 H H.. McDon McDonald nald JR R 5-10 2255 377 N. N. Connor Conn nor SSR R 5-11 22 25 225 Right Riggh Righ Ri ht Cornerback Corn Co orrn nerbaacckk 188 T T.. As Aske Askew kew ke SO O 5-1 5-11 -111 18 -1 180 80 9 N. N M Magrone aggrone rone ro ne SO O 55-11 -111 117 170 70

EOU PICKED IN TOP 30 The Eastern Oregon University football team was tabbed 28th in the 2011 Victory Sports Network Preseason Poll. The Mountaineers received the second highest ranking in the Frontier Conference with Carroll College predicted as the preseason national favorite. EOU’s first opponent of the season, Montana Tech, was rated No. 29. Behind Carroll, Eastern, and Montana Tech in the Frontier Conference was Rocky Mountain College at No. 37, Montana State-Northern at No. 43, and Montana Western was 58th. Southern Oregon, was No. 39. RIVAL RECOGNIZES WARE Eastern Oregon University football student-athlete, Chris Ware, was recognized by Southern Oregon University as a Raider Rival award winner. For the second straight year, the Southern Oregon athletic department has honored opposing NAIA student-athletes with the Raider Rival Awards. The honor is handed out to an opponent of each SOU program that has demonstrated sportsmanship and respect, as well as being an outstanding student-athlete. The awards were voted on by SOU student-athletes from the respective programs. DUO NAMED TO NATION’S ELITE Eastern Oregon University football student-athletes, Kevin Sampson and Chris Ware, were named to the Victory Sports Network Super 72. Ware was listed as the third best returning quarterback in the nation, in front of Carroll College’s Dane Broadhead who was fourth. Ware was listed in the Super 72 in last year’s preview magazine as well. Sampson is listed in the magazine among the elite players for the first time after breaking several school rushing records a season ago. The senior is listed as the fourth best running back in the country. WARE COVERS COVER Eastern Oregon University football student-athlete, Chris Ware, made the cover of the Victory Sports Network 2011 season preview magazine. Produced by veteran National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics journalist Jason Dannelly, along with members of the Victory Sports Network team, the VSN NAIA Football Preview provides detailed information on the teams.

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WEEK 1: MONTANA TECH NUMERICAL No. Name 1 Kedrick Starr 2 Max Hannah 4 Edward Apostol 5 Chance Hendrickson 6 Justin Udy 7 Chris Ware 8 Jason Simonis 9 Nick Magrone 10 Dustin Eggers 11 Ray Walser 12 Tyler Langerveld 13 Jake Burroughs 14 Kaleb Oveson 15 Joseph Johnson 16 JT Capers 17 Austin Foteff 18 Tristan Askew 19 Watson Togiailua 20 Kevin Sampson 22 Mahonri Bostrom 23 Karsen Garcia 24 Adam Davis 25 Abraham Naway 26 Kyle Kerfoot 27 Matt Orthmann 28 Howard McDonald 29 Dillon Bedford 30 Ronnie Flowers 31 Nick Thompson 32 Matt Gayman 33 Preston Minter 34 Sean Hurlbut 35 Ryan Watson 36 Mark Finley 37 Nick Connor 38 Frank Lopez 39 Levi Elsberry 41 Kevin Jaco 42 Patrick Stanley 43 Marc-Avery Airhart 44 Joe Brunet 45 Michael Goings 46 Sam Parke 47 Komivi Akengue 48 Garrett Grotheer 49 Gary Posten 50 Kristopher Welch 51 Jesse Achatz 52 Trevor Johnson 53 Jason Reyes 54 Adam Bese 55 Nathan Rudder 56 Tyson Bain 57 Andrew Okerman 58 Bryce Svedin 59 Michael Krafsig 60 Jared Van Beek 61 Kevin Lusk 62 Jorden Bunker 63 Andrew Moore 65 Manaokalani Victorino 66 Nick Huelter 67 RJ Harris 68 Emory Jones 70 Will Hunter 71 Brendan Saltvick 72 Tim Davison 73 Josh Ward 74 Garek Stuart 76 Josiah Meadows 77 Loren Endsley 78 Tim Olmsted

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name 51 Achatz, Jesse 43 Airhart, Marc-Avery 47 Akengue, Komivi 4 Apostol, Edward 18 Askew, Tristan 102 Atterbery, Mason 56 Bain, Tyson 102 Bartels, Travis 29 Bedford, Dillon 54 Bese, Adam 22 Bostrom, Mahonri 104 Brown, Trent 44 Brunet, Joe 62 Bunker, Jorden 13 Burroughs, Jake 16 Capers, JT 80 Cole, Gary 37 Connor, Nick 24 Davis, Adam 72 Davison, Tim 10 Eggers, Dustin 39 Elsberry, Levi 77 Endsley, Loren 83 Felton, Devin 36 Finley, Mark 30 Flowers, Ronnie 17 Foteff, Austin 23 Garcia, Karsen 32 Gayman, Matt 45 Goings, Michael 48 Grotheer, Garrett 2 Hannah, Max 67 Harris, RJ 81 Henderson, Marquelle 5 Hendrickson, Chance 66 Huelter, Nick 70 Hunter, Will 34 Hurlbut, Sean 41 Jaco, Kevin 15 Johnson, Joseph 52 Johnson, Trevor 68 Jones, Emory 26 Kerfoot, Kyle 59 Krafsig, Michael 12 Langerveld, Tyler 93 Lawson, Parker 38 Lopez, Frank 61 Lusk, Kevin 9 Magrone, Nick 99 Martin, Dustin 85 Mastelotto, James 28 McDonald, Howard 91 McKague, Justin 76 Meadows, Josiah 87 Miles, Alexander 84 Miller, Rian 33 Minter, Preston 63 Moore, Andrew 103 Moore, Dalton 25 Naway, Abraham 57 Okerman, Andrew

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Yr. JR SR FR SO FR RS FR RS SR FR FR RS JR JR SR FR SR SR FR FR RS FR FR FR JR FR SO SO SO JR FR SO FR JR SO FR R-JR JR RS RS FR SO JR SO RS SO RS FR SO FR SR JR SO RS FR FR RS FR RS SO JR

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

Wt. 210 215 175 220 173

Hometown (High School) Boring, Ore. (Clackamas HS) Renton, Wash. (John F. Kennedy HS) Battle Gound, Wash. (Battle Ground HS) Missoula, Mont. (Big Sky HS) Kent, Wash. (Kentwood HS)

5-10 250

Cathlamet, Wash. (Wahkiakum HS)

6-4 236 5-11 183 5-9 190

Arroyo Grande, Calif. (Arroyo Grande HS) Kent, Wash. (Kentwood HS) Nampa, Idaho (Nampa HS)

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

Rocklin, Calif. (Del Oro HS) Nyssa, Ore. (Nyssa HS) Meridian, Idaho (Meridian HS) Bellevue, Wash. (Interlake HS) Gig Harbor, Wash. (Gig Harbor HS) Molalla, Ore. (Colton HS) Boise, Idaho (Centennial HS) Kelso, Wash. (Kelso HS) Deary, Idaho (Deary HS) Homedale, Idaho (Homedale HS) Coeur dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Alene, Idaho (Lake City HS) Boise, Idaho (Bishop Kelly HS) Parma, Idaho (Parma HS) Kent, Wash. (Kentwood HS) Gladstone, Ore. (Gladstone HS) Placentia, Calif. (Valencia HS) Auburn, Wash. (Mountain View HS) Puyallup, Wash. (Puyallup HS) Moorsville, N.C. (Payette HS) Ferndale, Wash. (Ferndale HS) West Richland, Wash. (Hanford HS) Twin Falls, Idaho (Birmingham HS) Springfield, Ore. (Thurston HS) Rainier, Ore. (Rainier HS) Oak Harbor, Wash. (Oak Harbor HS) Laurel, Wash. (Meridian HS)

236 285 200 173 257 230 205 241 190 163 256 153 215 170 180 180 215 225 182 173 280 250 188 177 297 190 165 160 215 270 173 276 179 271 188 265 185 195 230 217 225 255 183 147 185 185

5-11 208 6-0 220

Endicott, Wash. (St. John Endicott HS) Boise, Idaho (Borah HS) Mountain Home, Idaho (Mount. Home HS) Vancouver, Wash. (Mountain View HS) Friday Harbor, Wash. (Friday Harbor HS) Battle Ground, Wash. (Battle Ground HS) Portland, Ore. (Parkrose HS) Yakima, Wash. (Eisenhower HS) Oroville, Calif. (Las Plumas HS) Silverdale, Wash.(Central Kitsap HS) Boise, Idaho (Borah HS) Meridian, Idaho (Mountain View HS) Auburn, Wash. (Federal Way HS) Kent, Wash. (Kentridge HS) Boise, Idaho (Borah HS) Milwaukie, Ore. (Rex Putnam HS)

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WEEK 1: MONTANA TECH ALPHABETICAL No. Name 78 Olmsted, Tim 94 Orr, Wes 27 Orthmann, Matt 86 Ortiz, Luis 14 Oveson, Kaleb 46 Parke, Sam 49 Posten, Gary 104 Ramirez, Carlos 53 Reyes, Jason 88 Reynolds, Justin 100 Robak, Cameron 92 Roberson, Nick 95 Rowley, Jeremy 55 Rudder, Nathan 71 Saltvick, Brendan 20 Sampson, Kevin 98 Sauileone, Jacob 8 Simonis, Jason 97 Spence, Jordan 79 Spond, Eric 42 Stanley, Patrick 1 Starr, Kedrick 74 Stuart, Garek 58 Svedin, Bryce 31 Thompson, Nick 19 Togiailua, Watson 6 Udy, Justin 60 Van Beek, Jared 65 Victorino, Manaokalani 89 Wagner, Vincent 11 Walser, Ray 73 Ward, Josh 7 Ware, Chris 35 Watson, Ryan 50 Welch, Kristopher 96 Wood, Mike 82 Woody, Andrew

Pos. OL DL RB WR WR RB LB RB DL WR DB DL DL DL OL RB DL QB DL OL DB WR OL LB DB DB WR OL OL WR QB OL QB DL LB DE TE

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Wt. 250 225 200 162 190 175 190

Hometown (High School) Princeton, Idaho (Deary HS) Yakima, Wash. (East Valley HS) Hermiston, Ore. (Hermiston HS) Wallowa, Ore. (Wallowa HS) Dillon, Mont. (Beaverhead County HS) Emmett, Idaho (Emmett HS)

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

272 198 171 228 284 265 270 180 285 195 290 272 180 172 270 215 163 200 183 273 283 167 233 300 215 220 205 215 220

La Verne, Calif. (Damien HS) Battle Ground, Wash. (Battle Ground HS) Tacoma, Wash. (Stadium HS) Spokane, Wash. (West Valley HS) Hood River, Ore. (Hood River Valley HS) Meridian, Idaho (Meridian HS) Gig Harbor, Wash. (Gig Harbor HS) Seattle, Wash. (Rainier Beach HS) Wenatchee, Wash. (Eastmont HS) Poulsbo, Wash. (Central Kitsap HS) Longley, BC (Walnut Grove Secondary) Salem, Ore. (South Salem HS) Kuna, Idaho (Kuna HS) Meridian, Idaho (Meridian HS) Lake Stevens, Wash. (Lake Stevens HS) Weiser, Idaho (Weiser, Idaho) Imbler, Ore. (Imbler HS) Lakewood, Wash. (Lakes HS) Genesee, Idaho (Genesee HS) Nampa, Idaho (Meridian HS) Kent, Wash. (Kentwood HS) Kent, Wash.Auburn (Mountain View HS) Mount Vernon, Wash. (Mount Vernon HS) Boise, Idaho (Idaho City HS) Rainier, Ore. (Rainier HS) Yakima, Wash. (Eisenhower HS) Finley, Wash. (River View HS) Thompson Falls, Mont. (Thompson Falls HS) Springfield, Ore. (Thurston HS)

NUMERICAL No. Name 79 Eric Spond 80 Gary Cole 81 Marquelle Henderson 82 Andrew Woody 83 Devin Felton 84 Rian Miller 85 James Mastelotto 86 Luis Ortiz 87 Alexander Miles 88 Justin Reynolds 89 Vincent Wagner 91 Justin McKague 92 Nick Roberson 93 Parker Lawson 94 Wes Orr 95 Jeremy Rowley 96 Mike Wood 97 Jordan Spence 98 Jacob Sauileone 99 Dustin Martin 100 Cameron Robak 102 Mason Atterbery 102 Travis Bartels 103 Dalton Moore 104 Trent Brown 104 Carlos Ramirez

Pos. OL TE TE TE WR WR TE WR WR WR WR TE DL DL DL DL DE DL DL DL DB DL QB QB RB

Roster Breakdown By Year Seniors: 15 Juniors: 15 Sophomore: 18 Freshman: 32 Redshirts: 18

By State Washington: 38 Oregon: 15 Idaho: 23 California: 5 Montana: 3 British Columbia: 1 North Carolina: 1

1961 Mountaineers

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The Last Time EOU ... RUSHING Player Rushed for 100 Yards by EO 174, Kevin Sampson vs Rocky Mountain 11/13/2010 by Opp 104, Michael Thomas vs Rocky Mountain 11/13/2010 Two Players Rushed for 100 Yards by EO Brad Padayao(195) and Travis Morscheck (125) vs. Montana Western 10/13/2007 by Opp Jed Thomas (139) and John Barnett (113) Carroll College 10/14/2006 Player Rushed for 200 Yards by EO 201, Kevin Sampson at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 by Opp 228, John Camino at Carroll College 10/23/2010 Player Rushed 30 Times by EO 30 (103 yds), Kevin Sampson at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 by Opp 37 (195 yds), Brandon Baldwin at Southern Oregon 8/29/2009 Player Rushed for 3 Touchdowns or More by EO 3, Kevin Sampson at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 by Opp 3, John Camino Carroll 9/11/2010 Player Scored on 50-Yard Run or Longer by EO 65, Chris Ware vs. Carroll College 11/07/2009 by Opp 78, vs. Rocky Mountain 11/13/2010 Player had a 70-Yard Run or Longer by EO 70, Ian O’Brien at Montana Tech 9/29/2007 by Opp 78, vs. Rocky Mountain 11/13/2010

Player Returned Kickoff for Touchdown by EO 85, Ked Starr at Carroll College 10/23/2010 by Opp Tyson Lucier vs. MSU-Northern 9/18/2010 Player Scored a Touchdown on a Blocked Punt by EO by Opp Jared Van Voast MSU Northern 9/18/2010 Player Blocked Punt (No Touchdown) by EO Howard McDonald at Carroll College 10/23/2010 by Opp Tyson Lucier vs. MSU-Northern 9/18/2010 Player Blocked a Field Goal (No Touchdown) by EO Derek Kosub vs. Rocky Mountain 11/13/2010 by Opp Sean Kuypert vs. Southern Oregon 8/28/2010

PASSING Player Passed for 400 Yards by EO 443, Chris Ware vs. Rocky Mountain 9/27/2008 by Opp 429, Kasey Peters at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 Player Completed 25 Passes by EO 25, Chris Ware (283 yds) vs. Rocky Mountain 11/13/2010 by Opp 30, Matt Komac (342 yds) Montana Tech 10/16/2010 Player Attempted 40 Passes by EO 45, Chris Ware (25 comp) vs. Rocky Mountain 11/13/2010 by Opp 46, Matt Komac (30 comp) Montana Tech 10/16/2010 Player Passed for 4 or more Touchdowns by EO 4, Chris Ware vs. MSU Northern 9/18/2010 by Opp 4, Derek Lear at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010

DEFENSE Player Made 15 or More Tackles by EO 15, Howard McDonald vs. Rocky Mountain 11/13/2010 by Opp 16, Steffan Blume at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 Player Made Three or More Interceptions by EO 3, Vernon Smith at Menlo College 9/11/2004 by Opp Player Returned Interception for Touchdown by EO Karsen Garcia (50 yds) vs. Carroll College 9/11/2010 by Opp Curtis Quigley (57 yds) vs. Montana Western 11/6/2010 Player Recovered/Returned Fumble for Touchdown by EO Jared Young (69 yds) vs. Carroll College 9/11/2010 by Opp Player Scored a Safety by EO Kevin Sampson at Montana Western 9/25/2010 by Opp Travis Hjort MSU Northern 9/18/2010

RECEIVING Player Caught 10 or More Passes by EO 10, Jomo Wilson (148) vs. Carroll College 9/2/2005 by Opp 11, Levi Sutton (138) at Montana Tech 10/2/2010 Player Gained 150 Yards Receiving by EO 165, Kirk Miller (7 rec.) at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 by Opp 192, Levi Sutton (20 rec.) at Rocky Mountain 10/10/2009 Two players had 100 yards Receiving by EO Kirk Miller (117) and Jordyn Jackson (102) at Southern Oregon 8/29/2009 by Opp Matt Stuart (105) and Brandon O’Brien (105) at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 Player Made Three Touchdown Receptions by EO 3, Kirk Miller at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 by Opp 3, Corey Peterson Carroll College 11/07/2009 Player Scored on 50-Yard Pass Play or Longer by EO 66, Kirk Miller (Chris Ware) at Carroll College 10/23/2010 by Opp 55, Brandon O’Brien (Derek Lear) at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 Player Scored on 70-Yard Pass Play or Longer by EO 74, Jordyn Jackson (Chris Ware) vs. Carroll College 11/7/2009 by Opp 75, AJ Tolbert (Kasey Peters) at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 SPECIAL TEAMS Player Accumulated 100 Yards or More Punt Returns by EO 182, Greg Fullerton vs. MSU Northern 11/4/2006 by Opp 169, Brian Guisti Rocky Mountain 9/22/2007 Player Returned Punt for Touchdown by EO 68, Kedrick Starr vs. Montana Tech 10/16/2010 by Opp 94, Brian Guisti Rocky Mountain 9/22/2007

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KICKING Player Kicked Four or More Field Goals by EO 4, by Opp 4, Tyler Crowley at Southern Oregon 8/29/2009 Player had a 70+ Yard Punt by EO Richard Parkhouse, 79 yards, at MSU-Northern 10/30/2010 by Opp Kyle Finnerman, 77 yards, at MSU-Northern (9/13/2008) Player Missed Point After Touchdown by EO Nick Knell vs. Carroll College 9/11/2010 by Opp at Derek Carothers vs. Rocky Mountain 11/13/2010

TEAM Surpassed 500 Yard Total Offense by EO 558, vs. Rocky Mountain 11/13/2010 by Opp 705, at Carroll College 10/23/2010 Rushed for 300 Yards by EO 307, at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 by Opp 437, at Carroll College 10/23/2010 Passed for 400 Yards by EO 423, vs. MSU Northern 9/26/2009 by Opp 429, at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 Recorded a Shutout by EO 47-0, at Rocky Mountain 10/23/2004 by Opp 0-34, vs. Carroll College 10/14/2006 Scored 50 Points by EO 55, at Rocky Mountain 10/2/2010 by Opp 61, at Carroll College 10/23/2010 Failed to Rush for 100 Yards by EO 62, Carroll College 9/11/2010 by Opp 23, at Montana Western 9/25/2010 Failed to Pass for 100 Yards by EO 92, vs. MSU Northern 11/10/2007 by Opp 31, at MSU Northern 10/6/2007 Team had 100 or More Penalty Yards by EO 140, Southern Oregon (11 penalties) 8/28/2010 by Opp 136, at Montana Western (5 penalties) 9/25/2010

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2011 OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Ret. Long Kickoff Ret. Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

2011 EASTERN TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

2011 OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

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