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TABLE OF CONTENTS DR. BLACKBURN/KENT REEVES......................................2 PICTURES OF ETBU........................................................... 3 HEAD COACH JOSHUA EARGLE ......................................4 ASSISTANT COACHES ..................................................... 5 FOOTBALL FACILITIES ................................................. 6-7 ASC CHAMPIONSHIPS...................................................... 8 ETBU FOOTBALL SENIOR RING....................................... 9 ETBU FOOTBALL SOCIAL MEDIA....................................10 ROBERSON’S 420-YARD RUSHING GAME.................... 11 2015 SEASON IN PICS................................................12-13 JOSH WARBINGTON........................................................ 14 KENDALL ROBERSON....................................................... 15 TYLER BATES.................................................................... 16 TYLER SCOTT.....................................................................17 C.J. JOHNSON..................................................................18 XAVIER DAVIS................................................................... 19 TONY JONES....................................................................20 CALEB TAYLOR.................................................................. 21 SAM WILLIAMS................................................................. 22 BRYCE HALE.....................................................................23 CODY GANDY/TORRANCE LEONARD........................... 24 BRYSTON PARKER/JOURDAN MCNEILL.....................25 RYAN TRAVIS/DOMINIC HAGGERTY............................26 MARCUS HARRIS/JARELL WILLIAMS.......................... 27 SEASON NOTES ..............................................................28 STATISTICS................................................................ 29-31 2015 ETBU ROSTER.........................................................32

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2015 AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS


DR. BLAIR BLACKBURN KENT REEVES PRESIDENT

B.A. - Political Science, Texas-Tyler M.S. - Higher Education, Texas A&M-Commerce Ed.D - Education, Baylor University

Greetings from East Texas Baptist University, home of the Tigers! The mission of East Texas Baptist is to boldly stand as a committed Christ-centered institution of higher learning. With this distinct calling to Christian education, we are called to inspire and impact our students through the formation of minds and hearts in the cultural mandate of transforming humanity for God’s glory. Our primary focus through the ETBU educational experience is the development of the whole student – intellectually, spiritually, emotionally, socially, and physically – an unwavering commitment to transformation of mind, spirit, and body. We afford our ETBU students the opportunity to mature and develop in a loving and supportive campus environment, where students are nurtured and empowered to achieve educational and career goals. The ETBU Family seeks to encourage students to develop their calling through an understanding of how to integrate biblical faith, academic learning, and vocation in whatever and wherever God calls. Through the lens of a Christian worldview, students are challenged to study and learn from the foundation that all truth is God’s Truth. As a Tiger student and future ETBU graduate, you will receive an excellent education as we strive to reflect the excellence of Jesus Christ in all we do...and that begins in the classroom with the renewing of the mind and extends throughout college life with the transformation of the heart. Here at ETBU, you will experience a Christ-centered community...a university, passionately committed to serving others for the glory of God. We believe in the calling to live as Christ-like servant leaders, and we challenge our students to follow that model for their lives as students and as future Tiger graduates. We invite you to prayerfully consider ETBU for your college home. Our prayer is that you come to understand that God has a distinct purpose and future for your life. We would be honored to have you as an ETBU Tiger, and I encourage you to trust in the Lord as you seek God’s direction for the path He longs for you to follow. All for God’s glory! J. Blair Blackburn

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS B.S.E. - John Brown University M.S.E. - Arkansas State University

Now in his 19th year as Director of Athletics at East Texas Baptist University, Kent Reeves has presided over the Tigers’ transformation into a solid member of the NCAA Division III ranks. Reeves, who remains the winningest coach in women’s basketball at ETBU, stepped down as women’s basketball coach in 1997 to assume full-time duties as athletic director. He also was named the university’s first softball coach that year and laid the foundation for a program that has become one of the best in the nation annually. Under Reeves’ guidance as AD the department has grown from just five sports in 1997 to 14 in 2014, with the addition of men’s and women’s tennis and track & field. ETBU athletics programs have consistently competed for championships in the American Southwest Conference, with 12 conference titles and 17 ASC division titles since joining the Division III ranks in 1998-99. ETBU teams have combined to make 56 conference tournament appearances since 1998, and the Tiger softball program claimed the university’s first NCAA national championship in 2010. Facility upgrades have also been a staple of Reeves’ time as athletic director. Since 1997, ETBU has added new playing facilities for softball, football, soccer, and tennis. Various upgrades and improvements have been added to each athletics program on campus over the last 10 years. Reeves arrived at ETBU as women’s basketball coach in 1987. When he decided to step down as basketball coach following the 1996-97 season, Reeves had directed the Tigers to an average of 20 wins per season in his 10 years as coach. He finished with 206 wins and his teams made nine NAIA postseason appearances. As softball coach from 1998-2000, Reeves built the program from scratch and culminated with the program’s first ASC championship in 2000. He assumed ADonly duties after that season but returned to the dugout in a pinch for the 2004 season. That year, the Tigers posted a then program-record 41 wins. He then took another year off before returning for the 2006-07 seasons finishing with 183 wins over six seasons. Reeves is active in the Marshall community, serving in the Marshall Lions Club as well as being a deacon at Central Baptist Church. He and his wife Mary Beth have two daughters: Kendra and Taylor, whom both are married, and two grand daughters.


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SCOTTY WALDEN HEAD COACH I @ETBUCOACHW I 1ST YEAR

BACHELOR’S DEGREE: SUL ROSS STATE (2012) PLAYING EXPERIENCE: DORDT COLLEGE (2008) HARDIN-SIMMONS (2009-10) SUL ROSS STATE (2011) CLINICS SPOKEN AT: SPREAD OFFENSE FOOTBALL CLINIC (CHICAGO, ‘15) NIKE FOOTBALL COACH OF THE YEAR CLINIC (DALLAS, ‘12)

BY THE NUMBERS

56..................... COMBINED RECORDS BROKEN 23.....................ALL-ASC OFFENSIVE PLAYERS 8.....................ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION 7.................................. ALL-ASC SECOND TEAM 8.......................................ALL-ASC FIRST TEAM One of the brightest and youngest offensive minds in the country, Scotty Walden now becomes the fourth head coach at East Texas Baptist University since the program was restarted in 2000. After three years as the offensive coordinator, he was promoted to head coach when Joshua Eargle left for a NCAA Division I position. At the age of 26, Walden is the youngest head coach in all of NCAA football. Walden takes over a program that is on the rise after winning the 2015 American Southwest Conference championship. It was the first ASC championship for ETBU since 2003 when they also tied three ways for the championship. His offense produced four players that were named All-ASC first-team in Josh Warbington (QB), Kendall Roberson (RB), Tyler Bates (WR), and Tyler Scott (OL). Both Roberson and Bates went on to earn D3football.com All-Region awards. He added two more All-Americans to his resume when Warbington and Roberson were named to the USA Football Network All-American team. In his first three years as the offensive coordinator Walden’s offense has re-written ETBU’s record book for individual, single game, and season records while being nationally known for passing and scoring. In his time, 26 records have been broken from single game, single season, to single player game and individual player records. He has produced four 1,000 yard receivers (Jamaine Sherman, Stephen Alfred, Tyler Bates-twice), two 1,000 yard rusher (Kendall Roberson, Toi Glover), and one Gagliardi Trophy semi-finalist (Josh Warbington). His offense has consistently been one of the top offenses in NCAA Division III in and in 2014 finished ranked first in total passing offense (368.1 pg), second in total offense (566.1 pg) and 11th in scoring offense (42.3 ppg). Walden came to Eargle’s staff after being the offensive coordinator at Sul Ross State in 2012. It was Walden’s first year as a coach and offensive coordinator and

3 YEARS AS COACH AT ETBU

4..................................1,000 YARD RECEIVERS 8............................................... ALL-AMERICANS 4..................................... ALL-REGION PLAYERS 1................................. UNDRAFTED NFL PLAYER 1.........................................ASC CHAMPIONSHIP his offense led all of NCAA averaging 581.9 yards per game and 48.8 points per game. His offense produced two D3Football.com All-Americans and six All-ASC products. Sul Ross State broke 16 overall offensive school records with two of them being most offensive yards in a game (800) and points in a game (75). A NCAA Division III product, Walden was the starting quarterback at Dordt College (2008) and Sul Ross State University (2001). In his senior season (2011) he was the team captain and was given the Leadership award. He was awarded All-ASC academic awards twice and started his freshman season at Dordt College. During his time at Hardin-Simmons (2009-10) he played both as a quarterback and defensive back and was coached by current Rutgers University defensive coordinator Jay Niemann. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Sul Ross State in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in history. He made the dean’s list in 2011 and 2012 along with being inducted into the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society. He was married in July 2014 to his wife, Callie..

COLLEGIATE COACHING STOPS SUL ROSS STATE UNIVERSITY (2012) ETBU (2013-PRESENT) ACCOLADES ASC CHAMPIONS (2015) #1 PASS OFFENSE IN NCAA DIVISION III (2014) #1 PASS OFFENSE IN NCAA DIVISION III (2012) #1 OFFENSE IN ASC (2012, 2014) #1 PASS OFFENSE IN ASC (2013) #2 OFFENSE IN NCAA DIVISION III (2014) HAD GAGLIARDI TROPHY SEMI-FINALIST (2014) PRODUCED 8 OFFENSIVE ALL-AMERICANS “I have had the opportunity to get to know Scotty Walden over the last few years, and I couldn’t be more impressed with his knowledge of the game and his work ethic. He has accomplished so much as a football coach at such a young age that it is truly amazing. Scotty is as smart of a football mind as there is in the country, and I have no doubt he will do an incredible job at ETBU.”

Kliff Kingsbury, Head Coach Texas Tech


SCOTT HIGHSMITH WIDE RECEIVERS

4HOWARD PAYNE ‘79 4MADE NCAA DIVISION I COACHING STOPS AT KENTUCKY AND SE LOUISIANA 4HAS COACHED UNDER AND LEARNED THE HAL MUMME AIR RAID OFFENSE 4COACHED IN THE 1999 MUSIC CITY BOWL GAME IN NASHVILLE, TN.

ROBERT CHURCHMAN @COACHCHURCHMAN SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR RUNNING BACKS 4SUL ROSS STATE ‘12

MARQUIS BOWLING

BRANDON SMITH

4MEMPHIS ‘01 4ALL-AMERICAN LINEBACKER AT MEMPHIS 4TWO-TIME ALL-CONFERENCE USA SELECTION 4PLAYED IN ARENA FOOTBALL II

4MIDWESTERN STATE ‘10 4COACHED IN THREE NCAA DIVISION II PLAYOFF GAMES 42015 RECIPIENT OF A BILL WALSH COACHING FELLOWSHIP WITH THE DALLAS COWBOYS

@ETBUCOACHQUIS DEFENSIVE LINE

@ETBUCOACHSMITH RECRUITING COORDINATOR SAFETIES

CRAIG ANDRUS

CHUCK KING

4SE OKLAHOMA STATE ‘08 4COACHED ONE SEASON AT NCAA DIVISION I LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE 4COACHED IN THE 2011 R&L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL GAME 4COACHED FOUR SEASONS AT NCAA DIVISION II SE OKLAHOMA STATE

4HOWARD PAYNE ‘75 4FORMER HEAD COACH AT SULPHUR SPRINGS HS 4HAS COACHED AT ROCKWALL ISD AND WINDTHORST ISD

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MARSHALL, Texas – Kendall Roberson didn’t break the NCAA Division III rushing record but he sure did run for a lot of yards. Roberson became only the eight NCAA Division III and 17th NCAA player to rush for over 400 yards in a game on Saturday, October 24, against Belhaven University. “That’s phenomenal what happened today but that needed to happen in slop, in rain, in the monsoon on a grass field and that’s what needed to happen,” says head coach Joshua Eargle. “Our offensive line did great today and Kendall Roberson was extremely patience today and when a hole opened up he burst and had some big runs for us.” Roberson did all of the rushing work in three quarters not playing in the fourth quarter and still recorded five touchdowns and 420 yards. The 420 yards is better than NCAA Division I running back Melvin Gordon who set the NCAA Division I rushing record vs. Nebraska only to see it broken the following week by Oklahoma’s Samaje Perine with 427 yards vs. Kansas. NCAA Division III’s Cartel Brooks from Heidelburg owns the overall record with 465 yards vs. Oberlin in 2013. Of his five touchdown runs, two were over 60 yards with a 69-yard run (number 2) and an 80yard run (number 3). A combined 201 yards of his 420 yards came on touchdown runs as the other three touchdown runs were three yards (number 1), six yards (number 4) and 43-yards (number 5). “The offensive linemen and the receivers do a great job of helping me get past the line of scrimmage,” says Roberson. “I’m tired on some of the runs at the and these guys are selling out for me and that helps me keep going as our offensive line and offense keep getting better each week.” Roberson’s production improved by the quarter. In the first he rushed for 101 yards on 12 carries and one touchdown. In the second quarter it was 154 yards and another touchdown. The third quarter was his finest with 165 yards on nine carries and three touchdown. His name will now be with some of the finest backs in all of NCAA as he becomes 2015’s first 400-yard rusher. Last year, there were two only in NCAA Division I in Wisconsin’s Gordon and Oklahoma’s Perine. He now has the sixth best game in NCAA Division III and eighth overall in NCAA.

ALL NCAA 400-YARD RUSHERS Cartel Brooks (D3), Heidelburg – 465 yards vs. Oberlin, 2013 Octavias McKoy, Western Connecticut State – 455 yards vs. Worcester State, 2013 Dante Brown (D3), Marietta – 441 yards vs. Baldwin Wallace, 1996 Maurice Hicks (FCS), North Carolina A&T – 437 yards vs. Morgan State, 2001 A.J. Pittorino (D3), Hartwick – 436 yards vs. Waynesburg, 1996 Garet Lynch (D3), Brockport – 429 yards vs. Hartwick, 2008 Samaje Perine (D1), Oklahoma – 427 yards vs. Kansas, 2014 Kendall Roberson (D3), East Texas Baptist University – 420 yards vs. Belhaven, 2015 Jarom Freeman (D3), Southern Connecticut State – 418 yards vs. Bryant, 2007 Carey Bender (D3, Coe – 417 yards vs. Grinnell, 1993 Dante Brown (D3), Marietta – 413 yards vs. Heidelburg, 1996 Andrew Terry (D2), Ferris State – 410 yards vs. Findlay, 2004 Charles Roberts (FCS), Sacramento State – 409 yards vs. Idaho State, 1999 Melvin Gordan, Wisconsin – 408 yards vs. Nebraska, 2014 – 4 TDs LaDainian Tomlinson, Texas Christian – 406 yards vs. UTEP, 1999 Alvon Brown (D2), Kentucky State – 406 yards vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, 2000 Rob Davidson (D2), Fairmont State – 403 yards vs. Concord, 1998

NCAA DIVISION III 400-YARD RUSHERS

Cartel Brooks, Heidelburg – 465 yards vs. Oberlin, 2013 Octavias McKoy, Western Connecticut State – 455 yards vs. Worcester State, 2013 Dante Brown, Marietta – 441 yards vs. Baldwin Wallace, 1996 A.J. Pittorino, Hartwick – 436 yards vs. Waynesburg, 1996 Garet Lynch, Brockport – 429 yards vs. Hartwick, 2008 Kendall Roberson, East Texas Baptist University – 420 yards vs. Belhaven, 2015 Carey Bender, Coe – 417 yards vs. Grinnell, 1993 Dante Brown, Marietta – 413 yards vs. Heidelburg, 1996


JOSH WARBINGTON ALL-ASC FIRST TEAM D3FOOTBALL.COM ALL-SOUTH REGION USA fOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN

Q UA RT E R BAC K l S E NIOR l HALLSVILLE, TEXAS H A LL SV I L L E H S AWARDS 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN ('15) 4D3-FOOTBALL.COM ALL-REGION ('15) 4ALL-ASC FIRST-TEAM ('15) 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK PRESEASON ALL-AMERICAN ('15) 4GAGLIARDI TROPHY SEMI-FINALIST (‘14) 4ALL-ASC SECOND TEAM (‘14) 4D3FOOTBALL.COM ALL-REGION (‘14) 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN (‘14) 4ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘13) 2015 SEASON 42,180 YARDS PASSING 417 TOUCHDOWNS THROWN 4AVERAGED 242.2 YARDS PER GAME 4157.5 PASSING EFFICIENCY 464.1 COMPLETION PERCENTAGE ETBU SINGLE GAME RECORDS IN CAREER 4PASSING TOUCHDOWNS (5) TIED VS. MILLSAPS (2014) 4PASS COMPLETIONS (37) 2 TIMES - LAST VS. HARDIN-SIMMONS (2014) ETBU SINGLE SEASON RECORDS 4PASS COMPLETIONS (259) - 2014 4PASSING YARDS (3,580) - 2014 4PASSING TOUCHDOWNS (30) - 2014 4COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (64.1) - 2015 4EFFICIENCY RATING (157.6) - 2015 ETBU CAREER STANDINGS 41ST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS (62) 41ST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (64.4) 41ST COMPLETIONS (552) 41ST PASSING YARDS (7,636 41ST PASSING ATTEMPTS (857)

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KENDALL ROBERSON

ALL-ASC FIRST TEAM D3FOOTBALL.COM ALL-SOUTH REGION USA fOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN FOUR-TIME ASC PLAYER OF THE WEEK D3FOOTBALL.COM “TEAM OF THE WEEK” HEROSPORTS NEWS “STUD OF THE WEEK”

RUN N IN G BACK l SEN IOR l LUBBOCK , T EX AS CORO N A D O H S AWARDS 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN (‘15) 4D3-FOOTBALL.COM ALL-REGION (‘15) 4ALL-ASC FIRST-TEAM (‘15) 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK PRESEASON ALL-AMERICAN (‘15) 4FOUR-TIME ASC PLAYER OF THE WEEK (‘15) 4D3FOOTBALL.COM “TEAM OF THE WEEK” (‘15) 4HEROSPORTS NEWS “STUD OF THE WEEK” (‘15) 4ALL-ASC FIRST TEAM (‘14) 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN (‘14) 4ALL-ASC FIRST-TEAM (‘13) 2015 SEASON 41,626 YARDS RUSHING 424 RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 4AVERAGED 162.8 YARDS RUSHING PER GAME 46.9 YARDS PER RUSH 4LED TEAM IN SCORING WITH 152 POINTS (25 TDS) 4BROKE SINGLE GAME RUSHING RECORD (420 YARDS) IN THE NCAA - 2015 44TH IN RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (24) 44TH IN RUSHING YARDS PER GAME (162.6) 48TH IN RUSHING YARDS (1,626) 413TH IN RUSH YARDS PER CARRY (6.86) 48TH NCAA ALL-TIME IN RUSHING YARDS IN A GAME (420) ETBU SINGLE GAME RECORDS IN CAREER 4RUSHING ATTEMPTS (50) VS. HARDIN-SIMMONS (2015) 4RUSHING YARDS (420) VS. BELHAVEN (2015) 4RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (5) - TIED VS. BELHAVEN (2015) ETBU SINGLE SEASON RECORDS 4RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (24) - 2015

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ETBU CAREER STANDINGS 41ST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (30) 42ND RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY (6.7) 44TH RUSHING YARDS (2,255) 45TH RUSHING ATTEMPTS (335)


TYLER BATES

ALL-ASC FIRST TEAM D3FOOTBALL.COM ALL-SOUTH REGION ASC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK ASC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK D3FOOTBALL.COM “TEAM OF THE WEEK” WI D E R E C E I V E R l S E NI OR l ALVARADO, TEXAS A LVA R A D O H S AWARDS 4D3-FOOTBALL.COM ALL-REGION ('15) 4ALL-ASC FIRST-TEAM ('15) 4ASC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (‘15) 4ASC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK (‘15) 4D3FOOTBALL.COM “TEAM OF THE WEEK” (‘15) 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK PRESEASON ALL-AMERICAN ('15) 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN (‘14) 4ALL-ASC FIRST TEAM (‘14) 4ASC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK (‘14) 4ALL-ASC SECOND TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS (‘13) 4ALL-ASC SECOND TEAM WIDE RECEIVER (‘13) 2015 SEASON 41,251 YARDS RECEIVING 411 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS 4AVERAGED 125.1 YARDS RECEIVING PER GAME 4AVERAGED 16.9 YARDS PER CATCH 4ONE PUNT RETURN FOR A TOUCHDOWN 4TWO 200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 4THREE 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 42ND SINGLE GAME RECEIVING YARDS WITH 274 VS. TEXAS COLLEGE IN THE NCAA - 2015 47TH IN RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME (125.1) 410TH IN RECEIVING YARDS (1,251) 417TH IN RECEPTIONS PER GAME (7.4) ETBU SINGLE GAME RECORDS IN CAREER 4RECEPTIONS (17) VS. HOWARD PAYNE (2013) 4RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS (4) VS. TEXAS COLLEGE (2015) ETBU SINGLE SEASON RECORDS 4RECEPTIONS (84) - 2014 4RECEIVING YARDS (1,251) - 2015 ETBU CAREER STANDINGS 41ST RECEPTIONS (256) 41ST RECEIVING YARDS (3,454) 41ST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS (33) 41ST PUNT RETURN YARDS (508) 42ND YARD PER PUNT RETURN (12.4) 42ND PUNT RETURN ATTEMPTS (41) 43RD KICK RETURN YARDS PER RETURN (25.1) 44TH KICK RETURN YARDS (904) 46TH KICK RETURN ATTEMPTS (36) 411TH YARDS PER RECEPTION (13.5)

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TYLER SCOTT

ALL-ASC FIRST TEAM

OFFEN SIVE LIN E l J UN IOR l MISSOURI CIT Y, T EX AS ELK IN S H S AWARDS 4ALL-ASC FIRST-TEAM (‘15) 4D3FOOTBALL.COM O-LINE OF THE WEEK (‘14) 2015 SEASON 4ETBU OFFENSE BROKE TWO SINGLE GAME RECORDS VS. BELHAVEN - YARS RUSHING IN GAME (521) VS. BELHAVEN - RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (6) 4ETBU OFFENSE BROKE ONE SINGLE SEASON RECORD RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (34) 4PART OF O-LINE THAT BLOCKED FOR 8TH BEST RUSHING PERFORMANCE IN NCAA HISTORY OF 421 YARDS VS. BELHAVEN IN THE NCAA - 2015 423RD SCORING OFFENSE (40 POINTS PER GAME)

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C.J. JOHNSON

ALL-ASC FIRST TEAM USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN ROOKIE TEAM ASC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK D3FOOTBALL.COM “TEAM OF THE WEEK” L I NEBAC K E R l F R E S HMAN l FORT WORTH, TEXAS A LVA R A D O HS AWARDS 4ALL-ASC FIRST-TEAM ('15) 4ASC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (‘15) 4D3FOOTBALL.COM “TEAM OF THE WEEK” (‘15) 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN ROOKIE TEAM ('15) 2015 SEASON 455 TACKLES - 2ND ON TEAM 4AVERAGED 5.5 TACKLES PER GAME 413 TFL FOR 68 YARDS 46.5 SACKS - 2ND ON TEAM 41 INTERCEPTION 41 TOUCHDOWN 43 BREAK UPS 44 PASSES DEFENDED 41 FORCED FUMBLE 412 TACKLES VS. HARDIN-SIMMONS 410 TACKLES VS. LOUISIANA COLLEGE 43 SACKS VS. HARDIN-SIMMONS 44 TFLS FOR LOSS IN THE NCAA - ETBU DEFENSE - 2015 42ND TEAM TACKLES FOR LOSS (11.3) 48TH TEAM SACKS (3.9 PER GAME)

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XAVIER DAVIS

ALL-ASC SECOND TEAM D3FOOTBALL.COM ALL-SOUTH REGION D3FOOTBALL.COM “TEAM OF THE WEEK” DEFEN SIVE LIN E l SEN IOR l MON ROE, LO U ISIAN A OUAC HITA PAR ISH H S AWARDS 4ALL-ASC SECOND-TEAM (‘15) 4D3FOOTBALL.COM ALL-SOUTH REGION (‘15) 4D3FOOTBALL.COM TEAM OF THE WEEK - DT (‘15) 4ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘14) 2015 SEASON 435 TACKLES - 7TH ON TEAM 4AVERAGED 3.5 TACKLES PER GAME 412.5 TFL FOR 50 YARDS 47 SACKS - 1ST ON TEAM 423 SOLO TACKLES 43 QUARTERBACK HURRIES 41 RECOVERED FUMBLE 42 FORCED FUMBLES 49 TACKLES VS. MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR 43.5 SACKS VS. BELHAVEN - 2ND BEST IN ETBU SINGLE GAME 44.5 TFL VS. BELHAVEN IN THE NCAA - ETBU DEFENSE - 2015 42ND TEAM TACKLES FOR LOSS (11.3) 48TH TEAM SACKS (3.9 PER GAME)

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TONY JONES II

ALL-ASC SECOND TEAM USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN ROOKIE TEAM O FFE N S I V E L I N E l F RE S HMAN l HO USTON , TEXAS WEST F I E L D H S AWARDS 4ALL-ASC SECOND-TEAM ('15) 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN ROOKIE TEAM ('15) 2015 SEASON 4ETBU OFFENSE BROKE TWO SINGLE GAME RECORDS VS. BELHAVEN - YARS RUSHING IN GAME (521) VS. BELHAVEN - RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (6) 4ETBU OFFENSE BROKE ONE SINGLE SEASON RECORD RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (34) 4PART OF O-LINE THAT BLOCKED FOR 8TH BEST RUSHING PERFORMANCE IN NCAA HISTORY OF 421 YARDS VS. BELHAVEN IN THE NCAA - 2015 423RD SCORING OFFENSE (40 POINTS PER GAME)

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CALEB TAYLOR

ALL-ASC SECOND TEAM ASC ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

LIN EBACKER l SOP HOMORE l ALBA , T EX AS ALBA-GO LD EN H S AWARDS 4ALL-ASC SECOND-TEAM (‘15) 4ASC ALL-ACADEMIC (‘15) 2015 SEASON 447 TACKLES - 3RD ON TEAM 4AVERAGED 4.7 TACKLES PER GAME 43.5 TFL FOR NINE YARDS 420 SOLO TACKLES 43 QUARTERBACK HURRIES 41 RECOVERED FUMBLE 48 TACKLES VS. SOUTHWESTERN IN THE NCAA - ETBU DEFENSE - 2015 42ND TEAM TACKLES FOR LOSS (11.3) 48TH TEAM SACKS (3.9 PER GAME)

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SAM WILLIAMS ALL-ASC SECOND-TEAM

SA FE T Y l JU N I OR l MONROE , LOU ISIAN A O UAC HI TA PA R I S H HS AWARDS 4ALL-ASC SECOND-TEAM (‘15) 2015 SEASON 439 TACKLES - 5TH ON TEAM 4AVERAGED 3.9 TACKLES PER GAME 420 SOLO TACKLES 44 INTERCEPTIONS FOR 157 YARDS 45 PASSES DEFENDED 41 TOUCHDOWN 496-YARD INTERCEPTION FOR A TOUCHDOWN VS. TEXAS LUTHERAN 42 INTERCEPTIONS VS. MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR 410 TACKLES VS. HARDIN-SIMMONS (6 SOLO) IN THE NCAA - ETBU DEFENSE - 2015 42ND TEAM TACKLES FOR LOSS (11.3) 48TH TEAM SACKS (3.9 PER GAME)

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BRYCE HALE

OUTSTANDING “SPORTMEN OF THE YEAR” ASC ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM DEFEN SIVE LIN E l SEN IOR l QUIN LA N , T EX AS FO R D H S AWARDS 4ASC OUTSTANDING “SPORTSMEN OF THE YEAR” (‘15) 4ASC ALL-ACADEMIC (‘13, ‘14, ‘15) 2015 SEASON 416 TACKLES 48.0 TFL FOR 47 YARDS 46.0 SACKS FOR 23 YARDS 41 RECOVERED FUMBLE 43 QUARTERBACK HURRIES 41 FORCED FUMBLE 46 TACKLES VS. TEXAS LUTHERAN 44.0 TFL VS. TEXAS LUTHERAN FOR 14 YARDS 42.5 SACKS VS. TEXAS LUTHERAN IN THE NCAA - ETBU DEFENSE - 2015 42ND TEAM TACKLES FOR LOSS (11.3) 48TH TEAM SACKS (3.9 PER GAME)

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CODY GANDY ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION

H - BAC K l S O PHOMORE l FOR NE Y, TEXAS FO R N E Y HS AWARDS 4ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘15) 2015 SEASON 4ONE CATCH FOR 26 YARDS VS. HARDIN-SIMMONS 4ETBU OFFENSE BROKE TWO SINGLE GAME RECORDS VS. BELHAVEN - YARS RUSHING IN GAME (521) VS. BELHAVEN - RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (6) 4ETBU OFFENSE BROKE ONE SINGLE SEASON RECORD RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (34) 4PART OF O-LINE THAT BLOCKED FOR 8TH BEST RUSHING PERFORMANCE IN NCAA HISTORY OF 421 YARDS VS. BELHAVEN IN THE NCAA - 2015 423RD SCORING OFFENSE (40 POINTS PER GAME)

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TORRANCE LEONARD ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION

OFFE N S I V E L I NE l JUNIOR l LUF K IN , TEXAS A L I E F HAST I N GS HS AWARDS 4ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘15) 4ALL-ASC SECOND-TEAM (‘11) 2015 SEASON 4ETBU OFFENSE BROKE TWO SINGLE GAME RECORDS VS. BELHAVEN - YARS RUSHING IN GAME (521) VS. BELHAVEN - RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (6) 4ETBU OFFENSE BROKE ONE SINGLE SEASON RECORD RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (34) 4PART OF O-LINE THAT BLOCKED FOR 8TH BEST RUSHING PERFORMANCE IN NCAA HISTORY OF 421 YARDS VS. BELHAVEN IN THE NCAA - 2015 423RD SCORING OFFENSE (40 POINTS PER GAME)

#27 #52


BRYSTON PARKER

USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN ROOKIE TEAM ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION OFFEN SIVE LIN E l FRESHMAN l TYLER , T EX AS ROBERT E. LEE H S AWARDS 4ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘15) 4USA FOOTBALL NETWORK ALL-AMERICAN ROOKIE TEAM (‘15)

#71

2015 SEASON 4ETBU OFFENSE BROKE TWO SINGLE GAME RECORDS VS. BELHAVEN - YARS RUSHING IN GAME (521) VS. BELHAVEN - RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (6) 4ETBU OFFENSE BROKE ONE SINGLE SEASON RECORD RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (34) 4PART OF O-LINE THAT BLOCKED FOR 8TH BEST RUSHING PERFORMANCE IN NCAA HISTORY OF 421 YARDS VS. BELHAVEN

IN THE NCAA - 2015 423RD SCORING OFFENSE (40 POINTS PER GAME)

JOURDAN MCNEILL

ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION

RUN N IN G BAC K l J UN IOR l IRVIN G , T EX AS IRVIN G MAC ART H U R H S AWARDS 4ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘15) 4ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘14) 2015 SEASON 4123 RUSHES FOR 521 YARDS 4RECORDED NINE TOUCHDOWNS 4RAN FOR THREE TOUCHDOWNS VS. TEXAS LUTHERAN 4HAD TWO TOUCHDOWNS VS. SUL ROSS STATE 4RUSHED FOR SEASON HIGH 96 YARDS VS. BELHAVEN

#27

ETBU CAREER STANDINGS 47TH RUSHING YARDS (1,197 YARDS) 47TH TOUCHDOWNS (16) 47TH RUSHING ATTEMPTS (257)


RYAN TRAVIS

ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION FRED MITCHELL MONTHLY AWARD D3FOOTBALL KICKER OF THE WEEK D3FOOTBALL PUNTER OF THE WEEK TWO-TIME ASC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK KICKER/PUNTER l SOPHOMORE l JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS JACKSONVILLE HS AWARDS 4ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘15) 4FRED MITCHELL MONTHLY AWARD (‘15) 4D3FOOTBALL KICKER OF THE WEEK (‘15) 4D3FOOTBALL PUNTER OF THE WEEK (‘15) 42-TIME ASC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK (‘15) 2015 SEASON 4SCORED 60 POINTS 4MADE SIX FIELD GOALS ON EIGHT ATTEMPTS 4WAS 42-OF-52 IN EXTRA POINTS 4AVERAGED 37.2 YARDS PER PUNT 4AVERAGED 54.8 YARDS PER KICKOFF

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DOMINIC HAGGERTY ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION ASC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK

RETURNER l FRESHMAN l SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA C.E. BYRD HS AWARDS 4ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘15) 4ASC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK (‘15) 2015 SEASON 4RECORDED 14 KICKOFF RETURNS FOR 461 YARDS 4RAN BACK A 92-YARD KICKOFF RETURN FOR A TOUCHDOWN VS. LOUISIANA COLLEGE 4RUSHED THE BALL 30 TIMES IN THE NCAA - 2015 43RD IN KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (32.9)

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MARCUS HARRIS ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION

DEFENSIVE BACK l JUNIOR l LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA BIRMINGHAM COMMUNITY CHARTER HS AWARDS 4ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘15) 2015 SEASON 4RECORDED 15 TACKLES AVERAGING 3.0 PER GAME 4PICKED OFF THREE PASSES FOR 17 YARDS 4HAD 11 SOLO TACKLES ON THE YEAR 4RECORDED THREE PASS BREAK UPS

#26

IN THE NCAA - ETBU DEFENSE - 2015 42ND TEAM TACKLES FOR LOSS (11.3) 48TH TEAM SACKS (3.9 PER GAME)

JARRELL WILLIAMS ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION

DEFENSIVE BACK l JUNIOR l ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA ALEXANDRIA SENIOR HS AWARDS 4ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION (‘15) 2015 SEASON 4FINISHED WITH 24 TACKLES AVERAGING 2.4 PER GAME 4RECORDED 19 SOLO TACKLES 4HAD TWO INTERCEPTIONS 4RECORDED SEVEN PASS BREAK UPS 4HAD ONE TACKLE-FOR-LOSS

#29

IN THE NCAA - ETBU DEFENSE - 2015 42ND TEAM TACKLES FOR LOSS (11.3) 48TH TEAM SACKS (3.9 PER GAME)


YEAR IN REVIEW NOTES

ALL-ASC AWARDS Coach of the Year – Joshua Eargle Outstanding Sportsmen of the Year - Bryce Hale FIRST TEAM (WR) – Tyler Bates OT) – Tyler Scott (QB) – Josh Warbington (RB) – Kendall Roberson (LB) – CJ Johnson SECOND TEAM (OG) – Tony Jones II (DL) – Xavier Davis (LB) – Caleb Taylor (DB) – Sam Williams HONORABLE MENTION (TE) – Cody Gandy (OG) – Torrance Leonard (C) – Bryston Parker (RB) – Jourdan McNeill (PK) – Ryan Travis (RS) – Dominic Haggerty (DB) – Marcus Harris (DB) – Jarrell Williams PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Kendall Roberson (Offensive Player of the week) - Sept. 20, Oct. 18, Oct. 25, Nov. 8 Ryan Travis (Special Teams player of the week) - Sept. 20, Oct. 18 Tyler Bates (Offensive Player of the week) - Sept. 27 Tyler Bates (Special Teams player of the week) - Oct. 25 CJ Johnson (Defensive Player of the week) - Sept. 27, Nov. 8 Dominic Haggerty (Special Teams player of the week) - Sept. 27 ALL-AMERICANS USA FOOTBALL NETWORK Josh Warbington Kendall Roberson ALL-ROOKIE TEAM C.J. Johnson Bryston Parker Tony Jones D3FOOTBALL.COM AWARDS ALL-REGION SECOND TEAM (RB) - Kendall Roberson (DL) - Xavier Davis THIRD TEAM (WR) - Tyler Bates FRED MITCHELL KICKING AWARD MONTHLY RECOGNITION Ryan Travis - October

NATIONAL RANKINGS ETBU received a #23 national ranking in week 10 after the upset of then #8 Hardin-Simmons University. It was the first time since 2004 that they had been ranked at #21. They went from no votes to 67 votes after the win vs. HSU. ETBU also received 40 points in the AFCA National Poll that week.

10:19 to go on a field goal and Dominic Haggerty answered on the ensuing kickoff with a 92-yard return for a touchdown. Ryan Travis kicked a 33-yard field goal at the 6:08 mark and then Kendall Roberson had a two-yard run with 2:38 left for a 44-27 lead. LC scored with 1:29 left but ETBU came away with the win.

In the final D3football.com poll, ETBU received nine votes.

NOTES FROM THE GAME 4Tyler Bates had 274 yards receiving, a career-high, and was just three yards shy of breaking the ETBU program record for yards caught in a game 4Dominic Hagerty’s 92-yard touchdown kickoff return is third all-time in distance in program history 4ETBU’s defense posted a season best seven sacks vs. LC

D3football.com Week 10 - #23 (67 votes) Week 11 - 14 points Final - 9 points AFCA National Poll Week 8 - 40 points Week 9 - 13 points Final - 9 points ROBERSON RUSHES FOR 420 YARDS Senior Kendall Roberson rushed for a program best 420-yards vs. Belhaven University on October 24th. It was the 8th best rushing performance in all of NCAA ever and 6th best by a NCAA Division III player. Roberson received features on the D3football.com web page and HeroSportNews website. ASC CHAMPIONS On November 7th, ETBU won their second ASC Championship in program history with a 27-20 win over #8 Hardin-Simmons University. ETBU moved to 4-0 in the ASC with win. NOTES FROM THE GAME 4Only second time that ETBU has defeated a ranked opponent – last time was Texas Lutheran in 2005 4Only the second time ETBU has defeated Hardin-Simmons in the series with the first in 2011 4Kendall Roberson has 198 yards rushes on program record 50 rushes 4Roberson’s 50 rushes are an ETBU single game record 4Roberson had 22 rushing touchdowns to lead the nation at that time 4C.J. Johnson had a career high 12 tackles and 3 sacks 4Defense had six sacks on the day 4ETBU scored 27 points on the ASC’s top defense which was only allowing 13 points per game 4ETBU’s defense did not allow any points in the second half and held HSU to only 21 points when they averaged 43 points per game 4HSU turned the ball over on downs four times in the game BORDER CLAW TROPHY ETBU claimed a 44-34 win over Louisiana College to take back the Border Claw trophy for the first time in eight years. After the game was tied at 27 with 10 minutes to go in the 4th quarter, ETBU scored 17 points to take the game. LC tied the game up with

IN THE NCAA ETBU had several players ranked in the NCAA along with some top 10 finishes in team categories. INDIVIDUAL Dominic Haggerty 3rd - Kickoff Returns Average (32.9) Kendall Roberson 4th - Rushing Touchdowns (24) 4th - Rushing Yards Per Game (162.6) 8th - Rushing Yards (1,626) 13th - Rush Yards Per Carry (6.68) Tyler Bates 7th - Receiving Yards Per Game (125.1) 10th - Receiving Yards (1,251) TEAM 2nd - Defense-Team Tackles for Loss (11.3) 8th - Defense-Team Sacks (3.90) ETBU RECORDS BROKEN ETBU broke seven records this year from single game to single season to single season individual. There were also four individual single game records that fell too. Single Game - Invdividual Kendall Roberson - rushing attempts (50) Kendall Roberson - rushing yards (420) Josh Warbington - passing TDs (5) Tyler Bates - receiving TDs (4) Single Game – Team Rushing Yards: 521 vs. Belhaven Single Season – Team Rushing TDs: 34 Single Season – Individual Rushing TDs: 24 - Kendall Roberson Completion %: 64.1 - Josh Warbington Efficiency Rating: 157.5 - Josh Warbington Receiving Yards: 1,251 - Tyler Bates Kickoff Yards Per Return: 32.9 - Dominic Haggerty


2015 ETBU Football East Texas Baptist Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 14, 2015) All games

* * * * *

Date Sep 05, 2015 Sep 11, 2015 Sep 19, 2015 Sep 26, 2015 Oct 10, 2015 Oct 17, 2015 Oct 24, 2015 Oct 31, 2015 Nov 07, 2015 Nov 14, 2015

Opponent MCMURRY UNIV. at Texas College at Southwestern LOUISIANA COLLEGE TEXAS LUTHERAN at Howard Payne BELHAVEN at Sul Ross State #8 HARDIN-SIMMONS at #10 Mary Hardin-Baylor

Rushing

gp

K. Roberson J. McNeill D. Freeman D. Haggerty L.Brownfield IV T. Therwhanger J. Sanchez T. Bates Total Opponents

10 10 10 9 6 5 2 10 10 10

Passing

gp

J. Warbington T. Therwhanger T. Bates J. Thurman J. Sanchez Total Opponents Receiving

T. Bates K. Roberson D. Ledet C. Sojka Xav. Gray Rich. Johnson C. Duncan J. Drake C. Peters J. McNeill J. Thurman C. Gandy M. Logan J. Brearton T. Danford Total Opponents Field Goals

9 5 10 6 2 10 10

att

gp

fg

6-8

Scoring

td

Score by Quarters East Texas Baptist Opponents

net

effic comp-att-int

no.

yds

avg

pct. 01-19

fg

25 12 - 6-8 9 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 56 6-8 43 7-8 1st

1-1

42-52 42-52 35-37 2nd

td

11 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 24

20-29

kick

3rd

114 130 78 75 76 100

Att. 2467 447 3417 2877 2187 3250 1873 2261 2578 3841

td

yds

td

lg avg/g

80 242.2 62 46.2 0 0.0 0 0.0 7 3.5 80 241.8 75 269.6

lg avg/g

80 125.1 30 15.2 44 27.4 39 19.9 62 19.5 44 10.7 20 9.2 13 4.3 13 4.5 27 2.6 57 13.7 26 6.5 14 1.6 11 2.8 7 2.3 80 241.8 75 269.6

30-39

4-5

40-49

0-1

4th

Interceptions

78 73

0 0

no.

S. Williams Marc. Harris Jar. Williams D. Bowman Ver. Jackson C. Johnson Ty. Williams G. Gibson J. Simpson Z. Biles

4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Punting

lg blk

50-99

0-0

38

Total 400 324

-

pts

- 152 - 72 - 60 - 54 - 12 - 12 8 6 6 6 6 6 - 400 3 324

Home 3-2 2-0 1-2

0

yds

157 17 20 0 31 75 0 8 15 10

47 1747 6 2 4 100 1 32

avg

no.

7 6 13 22

34 74 108 193

Kick Returns

no.

yds

D. Haggerty D. Freeman D. Ledet L.Brownfield IV K. Roberson D. Bowman J. Thurman Xav. Gray M. Logan Total Opponents All Purpose

K. Roberson T. Bates J. McNeill D. Haggerty D. Freeman D. Ledet C. Sojka Xav. Gray S. Williams

yds

14 461 13 307 7 115 3 61 2 10 1 0 1 23 1 2 1 6 43 985 61 1453

g

rush

avg

39.2 5.7 10.0 0.0 31.0 75.0 0.0 8.0 15.0 10.0 lg

37.2 58 0.3 2 25.0 27 32.0 32

Punt Returns

Ver. Jackson T. Bates Total Opponents

Away 4-1 2-1 2-0

ETBU 200 107 80 13 2101 448 4.7 210.1 34 2418 170-276-15 8.8 14.2 241.8 18 4519 6.2 451.9 43-985 13-108 16-333 10-8 70-660 58-32.4 25:46 51/142 6/17

no. yds

R. Travis Team J. Warbington T. Therwhanger

- - 1-1 - - - - 1 - - - - - 1 1-1 2 2-4

OT

Overall 7-3 4-1 3-2

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

80 162.6 28 52.1 20 7.1 20 3.3 18 3.0 15 1.4 7 3.5 12 0.3 80 210.1 62 158.0

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

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

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

lg avg/g

6.9 24 4.2 9 3.5 0 3.8 0 18.0 0 0.5 1 7.0 0 0.6 0 4.7 34 3.7 18

64.1 2180 17 53.1 231 1 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 50.0 7 0 61.6 2418 18 57.3 2696 24

16.9 6.3 12.4 11.1 27.9 24.0 13.8 7.5 6.8 6.5 27.3 26.0 14.0 11.0 7.0 14.2 12.0

75.0 1-1

avg

pct

157.48 152-237-9 99.07 17-32-4 0.00 0-3-0 -100.00 0-2-1 -20.60 1-2-1 145.84 170-276-15 127.28 224-391-16

R. Travis

K. Roberson T. Bates R. Travis J. McNeill C. Sojka Xav. Gray Rich. Johnson S. Williams C. Johnson T. Therwhanger C. Peters D. Haggerty Total Opponents

gain loss

237 1671 45 1626 123 535 14 521 20 75 4 71 8 33 3 30 1 18 0 18 14 43 36 7 1 7 0 7 5 14 11 3 448 2428 327 2101 430 1960 380 1580

10 74 1251 10 24 152 9 20 247 10 18 199 10 7 195 9 4 96 6 4 55 7 4 30 6 4 27 10 4 26 6 3 82 4 1 26 9 1 14 4 1 11 3 1 7 10 170 2418 10 224 2696

Score 22-49 56-14 46-37 44-34 27-55 51-13 46-13 61-21 27-21 20-67

L W W W L W W W W L

rcv

10 1626 152 10 3 1251 10 521 26 9 30 0 10 71 0 9 0 247 10 0 199 10 0 195 10 0 0

td

OPP 227 99 110 18 1580 430 3.7 158.0 18 2696 224-391-16 6.9 12.0 269.6 24 4276 5.2 427.6 61-1453 22-193 15-120 18-9 73-619 63-31.7 34:14 65/176 11/35 lg

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

96 12 20 0 31 75 0 8 15 10

tb

3 0 0 0

fc i20 50+ blk

4 10 0 0 0 2 0 0

avg

td

avg

td

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

92 68 30 37 5 0 23 2 6 92 73

pr

kr

ir

4.9 12.3 8.3 8.8 32.9 23.6 16.4 20.3 5.0 0.0 23.0 2.0 6.0 22.9 23.8

0 1 1 0

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

7 0 0 0

3 1 1 1

lg

17 48 48 33 lg

total avg/g

0 10 0 1788 178.8 74 0 0 1328 132.8 0 0 0 547 54.7 0 461 0 491 54.6 0 307 0 378 37.8 0 115 0 362 40.2 0 0 0 199 19.9 0 2 0 197 19.7 0 0 157 157 15.7


2015 ETBU Football East Texas Baptist Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 14, 2015) All games Tackles #

Defensive Leaders

42 G. Gibson 3 44 8 23 24 90 41 43 45 36 93 31 1 56 29 94 22 25 39 28 57 26 32 37 99 33 21 78 97 20 46 96 12 98 48 54 18 9 7 88 72 82 11 6 73 5 67 95 55 91 15 TM

C. Johnson Cal. Taylor D. Bowman S. Williams H. Hill X. Davis D. Tarkington J. Simpson N. Gullickson A. Welch Des. Oliver Kio. Williams Ver. Jackson J. McCloney Jar. Williams D. Jaynes B. Darjean D. Grundy Trem. Scott Z. Biles B. Hale Marc. Harris B. Watkins DeRod. Johnson K. Wright D. Freeman Dom. Bailey O. Osuamkpe Doni. Oliver M. Penny Ray. Jones K. Casey Ty. Williams Q. Beckley Z. Walker Tan. Jones R. Travis Xav. Gray D. Ledet M. Logan C. McGill Rich. Johnson Trev. Harris J. Drake B. Wells T. Bates Ty. Scott G. Hood I. Avery J. Piper L.Brownfield IV Team Total Opponents

gp

ua

a

10 30 40 10 31 24 10 20 27 10 17 24 10 20 19 10 28 11 9 23 12 5 19 11 9 12 18 10 16 14 10 20 10 10 12 16 6 19 9 9 18 10 10 12 13 10 19 5 9 14 9 10 11 11 10 15 7 8 9 11 8 12 5 9 9 7 9 11 4 5 5 7 9 4 8 10 4 7 10 7 3 3 5 5 9 3 6 8 4 4 7 3 4 5 6 1 7 5 2 7 7 . 8 2 4 9 2 3 2 4 1 10 5 . 10 3 1 9 3 . 9 2 1 8 2 . 9 . 2 4 . 2 7 . 1 7 1 . 10 1 . 8 1 . 3 . 1 6 1 . 7 1 . 6 1 . 8 1 . 10 480 380 10 434 338

tot

Sacks tfl/yds

70 11.0-17 55 13.0-68 47 3.5-9 41 1.0-2 39 1.0-1 39 1.0-3 35 12.5-50 30 7.0-18 30 2.0-3 30 3.0-8 30 2.0-5 28 6.5-22 28 5.0-20 28 . 25 5.0-13 24 1.0-2 23 8.0-47 22 . 22 1.0-2 20 0.5-1 17 1.0-2 16 8.0-28 15 3.0-13 12 2.0-6 12 1.0-3 11 4.5-9 10 . 10 . 9 . 8 2.5-7 7 1.5-8 7 . 7 1.5-8 7 1.0-1 6 1.0-8 5 1.0-6 5 . 5 . 4 0.5-1 3 . 3 . 2 . 2 . 2 . 1 0.5-0 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 860 113-391 772 68-287

no-yds

Pass defense int-yds brup

2.0-5 1-8 6.5-47 1-75 . . . 1-0 . 4-157 . . 7.0-37 . 0.5-2 . . 1-15 . . 1.0-3 . . . 1.0-8 . . 1-31 2.5-11 . . 2-20 5.0-30 . . . . . 0.5-0 . . 1-10 6.0-23 . . 3-17 1.0-3 . 1.0-3 . 1.0-2 . . . . . . . 1.0-3 . . . . . 1.0-7 . . 1-0 1.0-8 . 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-196 16-333 21-163 15-120

3 3 1 5 1 4 . 1 . 2 . . . 3 . 7 . 2 . . 2 . 3 . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 23

Fumbles

qbh

rcv-yds

1 1 3 . . . 3 1 . . 1 3 . . 3 . 6 . . 2 . 3 . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 1

. . 1-0 1-0 . . 1-0 2-0 1-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-3 8-4

blkd ff kick

1 1 . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . 4 . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 14 6

. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 10

saf

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


2015 ETBU Football East Texas Baptist Team Game-by-Game (as of Jan 11, 2016) All games TEAM STATISTICS Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 05 MCMURRY UNIV. Sep 11 at Texas College Sep 19 at Southwestern Sep 26 LOUISIANA COLLEGE Oct 10 TEXAS LUTHERAN Oct 17 at Howard Payne Oct 24 BELHAVEN Oct 31 at Sul Ross State Nov 07 HARDIN-SIMMONS Nov 14 at Mary Hardin-Baylor East Texas Baptist Opponents

Rushing yds td

44 173 3 28 154 2 39 199 2 44 226 3 29 91 3 50 266 4 63 521 6 39 213 5 64 209 4 48 49 2 448 2101 34 430 1580 18

lg

no.

Receiving yds td

lg

Passing cmp-att-int yds

td

lg

22 11 53 0 14 11-25-5 53 0 14 23 14 396 5 75 14-24-0 396 5 75 77 12 208 4 44 12-28-2 208 4 44 41 17 321 2 80 17-27-1 321 2 80 26 17 162 0 47 17-27-2 162 0 47 65 26 428 2 62 26-29-0 428 2 62 80 5 73 0 31 5-18-1 73 0 31 27 27 445 4 79 27-40-0 445 4 79 12 13 74 0 26 13-16-1 74 0 26 38 28 258 1 39 28-42-3 258 1 39 80 170 2418 18 80 170-276-15 2418 18 80 62 224 2696 24 75 224-391-16 2696 24 75

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

6 130 3 12 5 171 6 181 8 213 1 2 2 60 4 61 2 37 6 118 43 985 61 1453

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

41 10 68 92 76 2 36 22 30 37 92 73

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

0 0 1 2 0 0 5 32 1 9 3 19 1 48 1 0 0 0 1 -2 13 108 22 193

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

tot off

0 226 2 550 0 407 17 547 9 253 17 694 48 594 0 658 0 283 0 307 48 4519 33 4276

Games: 10 • Avg/rush: 4.7 • Avg/catch: 14.2 • Pass effic: 145.84 • KR avg: 22.9 • PR avg: 8.3 • All purpose avg/game: 594.5 • Total offense avg/gm: 451.9 Date

Opponent

Date

Opponent

Sep 05 MCMURRY UNIV. Sep 11 at Texas College Sep 19 at Southwestern Sep 26 LOUISIANA COLLEGE Oct 10 TEXAS LUTHERAN Oct 17 at Howard Payne Oct 24 BELHAVEN Oct 31 at Sul Ross State Nov 07 HARDIN-SIMMONS Nov 14 at Mary Hardin-Baylor East Texas Baptist Opponents

Sep 05 MCMURRY UNIV. Sep 11 at Texas College Sep 19 at Southwestern Sep 26 LOUISIANA COLLEGE Oct 10 TEXAS LUTHERAN Oct 17 at Howard Payne Oct 24 BELHAVEN Oct 31 at Sul Ross State Nov 07 HARDIN-SIMMONS Nov 14 at Mary Hardin-Baylor East Texas Baptist Opponents

ua

46 49 45 58 72 33 47 39 40 51 480 434

no.

6 4 8 8 6 1 5 4 7 9 58 63

Tackles a total

44 52 46 38 20 53 35 26 38 28 380 338

yds

233 160 293 268 160 35 67 176 178 311 1881 2000

Sacks no-yds

tfl-yds

Fumble ff fr-yds

90 10.0-38 2.0-8 101 12.0-35 7.0-23 91 11.0-31 3.0-13 96 15.0-65 7.0-41 92 16.0-31 3.0-10 86 6.0-19 0.0-0 82 13.0-67 8.0-53 65 7.0-21 2.0-13 78 16.0-72 6.0-37 79 7.0-12 0.0-0 860 113.0-391 39.0-198 772 68.0-287 21.0-163 avg

38.8 40.0 36.6 33.5 26.7 35.0 13.4 44.0 25.4 34.6 32.4 31.7

Punting

long

53 58 55 44 43 35 53 51 37 55 58 65

blkd

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

3 2 1 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 14 6 tb

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

Pass Defense blkd int-yds qbh brup kick

3-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 2-0 9-3 8-4

fc

0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 11

0-0 3-90 2-12 0-0 3-104 2-31 1-57 3-35 0-0 2-4 16-333 15-120

50+

1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 7 3

i20

2 1 3 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 12 19

2 7 2 2 3 0 9 0 4 0 29 1

4 0 3 6 3 4 11 4 2 2 39 23

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

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv saf

2-2 8-8 4-5 5-6 3-4 6-6 2-5 7-9 3-4 2-3 42-52 35-37

Field Goals

md-att

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

long blkd

0 0 38 33 0 36 0 0 0 0 38 42

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

no.

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

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

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

Kickoffs

yds

4 257 9 539 10 565 7 408 4 195 10 598 9 474 10 565 5 194 5 204 73 3999 58 2884

avg

64.2 59.9 56.5 58.3 48.8 59.8 52.7 56.5 38.8 40.8 54.8 49.7

off t/o

pts

0 7 3 0 13 3 0 26 0 6 58 70

22 56 46 44 27 51 46 61 27 20 400 324

tb

1 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 7 7

ob

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


2015 EAST TEXAS BAPTIST ROSTER

NO. NAME POS. HT. 1 VERRY JACKSON CB 5—8 2 KENDALL ROBERSON RB 5—10 3 CJ JOHNSON LB 6—3 4 DOMINIC HAGGERTY RB 5—6 5 TYLER BATES WR 5—9 6 JEREMIAH DRAKE WR 6—0 7 DERRICK LEDET WR 6—6 8 DYLAN BOWMAN S 5—10 9 XAVIER GRAY WR 5—10 10 TAYLOR THERWHANGER QB 6—5

WT. 175 200 225 165 175 185 185 185 180 180

CL.-EXP. JR.—TR SR.—1L FR.—TR FR.-HS SR.—3L SO.—1L JR.—HS SO.—1L SO.—1L SO.—1L

HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL) SAN DIEGO, CA (MIRA MESA SENIOR HS) LUBBOCK, TEXAS (CORONADO HS) FORT WORTH, TEXAS (ALVARADO H.S./TARLETON ST.) SHREVEPORT, LA (C.E. BYRD HS) ALVARADO, TEXAS (ALVARADO HS) DUNCANVILLE, TEXAS (DUNCANVILLE HS.) ORANGE, TEXAS (WEST ORANGE-STARK HS) GILMER, TEXAS (GILMER HS) DENTON, TEXAS (DENTON RYAN HS) LOVELADY, TEXAS (LOVELADY HS)

NO. NAME POS. 70 JAX DANGERFIELD OL 71 BRYSTON PARKER OL 72 C.J. MCGILL OL 73 BOBBY WELLS OL 74 ALEXANDER ELLIS OL 75 DEVIN PINKERTON OL 76 JERRY GRAY OL 77 TYLER WHITE OL 78 ONISOKIEN OSUAMKPE DL 79 CRISTIAN JIMENEZ OL

HT. 6—0 6—1 6—6 6—4 6—0 6—2 6—2 6—2 6—2 6—1

WT. 300 255 275 318 250 300 267 300 400 280

CL.-EXP. FR.—HS FR.—HS JR.—2L SO.—1L SO.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS JR.—1L SO.—1L FR.—HS

HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/LAST SCHOOL) PARIS, TEXAS (PARIS HS) TYLER, TEXAS (ROBERT E. LEE HS) TOMBALL, TEXAS (TOMBALL HS) QUITMAN, TEXAS (QUITMAN HS) SACHSE, TEXAS (SACHSEHS) TYLER, TEXAS (ROBERT E. LEE HS) BOLIVAR, TN (BOLIVAR HS) NAVASOTA, TEXAS (NAVASOTA HS) ROSHARON, TEXAS (MANVEL HS) CARTHAGE, TEXAS (CARTHAGE HS)

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

TYLER WILLIAMS JOSH WARBINGTON MATTHEW BAILEY LEO BROWNFIELD IV CAM PETERS CHASE SOJKA RYAN TRAVIS

CB QB QB RB WR WR K/P

6—0 6—1 6—1 5—7 6—0 6—1 5—10

180 204 178 135 180 151 191

SO.—1L SR.—HS SO.—TR FR.—HS JR.—2L FR.—HS SO.—1L

HOUSTON, TEXAS (LANGHAM CREEK HS) HALLSVILLE, TEXAS (HALLSVILLE HS) COLMESNEIL, TEXAS (COLMESNEIL H.S./MCMURRY) BATON ROUGE, LA (CENTRAL HS) FRISCO, TEXAS (FRISCO CENTENNIAL HS) SHREVEPORT, LA (NORTH DESOTO HS) JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS (JACKSONVILLE HS)

19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

JAVAUGHN THURMAN MITCHELL PENNY BRANDON DARJEAN SAM WILLIAMS HARDY HILL DENZIL GRUNDY MARCUS HARRIS JOURDAN MCNEILL ZACKARY BILES JARELL WILLIAMS

WR LB S S CB S CB RB S CB

5—10 5—10 5—9 6—2 5—8 6—0 6—5 5—8 5—11 5—11

170 180 162 200 174 180 200 195 156 180

FR.—HS SO.—1L SO.—1L JR.—TR SO.—1L FR.-TR JR.—TR JR.—2L FR.—HS JR.—TR

FERRIS, TEXAS (FERRIS HS) CHANDLER, TEXAS (BROWNSBORO HS) HOUSTON, TEXAS (NORTH SHORE HS) MONROE, LA (OUACHITA PARISH HS) HOUSTON, TEXAS (JOHN H. REAGAN HS) GARLAND, TEXAS (LAKEVIEWCENTENNIALHS/SWBAPTISTUNIV.) LOS ANGELES, CA (BIRMINGHAM COMM. CHARTER HS) IRVING, TEXAS (IRVING MACARTHUR HS) NEW CANEY, TEXAS (CANEY CREEK HS) ALEXANDRIA, LA (ALEXANDRIASENIORHS/ARK.BAPTISTCOLL.)

80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89

TRAVIS DANFORD WESLEY DAVIDSON RICHARD JOHNSON BRAEDEN TAYLOR DIONTE JOHNSON JAXON NICHOLS CAMERON GOODLETT JOSEPH EARLE MONTRELL LOGAN CAMERON DUNCAN

WR WR WR WR WR HB WR WR WR WR

5—11 5—10 6—4 5—11 5—10 6—0 5—10 5—11 6—2 5—9

198 182 205 180 175 215 180 180 190 186

JR.—2L JR.—1L FR.—HS SO.—1L FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS JR.—1L SO.—1L

FORT WORTH, TEXAS (HALTOM HS) BOGATA, TEXAS (RIVERCREST HS) CLEVELAND, TEXAS (CLEVELAND HS) SHEPHERD, TEXAS (SHEPHERD HS) HALLSVILLE, TEXAS (HALLSVILLE HS) KELLER, TEXAS (KELLER CENTRAL HS) DALLAS, TEXAS (WARREN T. WHITE HS) HARLETON, TEXAS (HARLETON HS) TOMBALL, TEXAS (TOMBALL HS.) SCURRY, TEXAS (KAUFMAN HS)

30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

TRISTAN MOORE LB KIOUNIS WILLIAMS LB BLAKE WATKINS LB DAY’LONZO FREEMAN RB TRE’ SMITH S JAKE BREARTON HB ANDRE WELCH LB DERODERICK JOHNSON LB JON HUMPHRIES RB TREMELL SCOTT LB

6—0 5—10 6—2 5—10 6—1 6—2 6—1 5—8 5—11 5—11

209 215 234 172 184 250 230 200 190 207

SO.—1L SO.—1L JR.—2L SO.—1L SO.—1L SO.—1L FR.—TR FR.—HS SO.—1L FR.—HS

CHANDLER, TEXAS (BROWNSBORO HS) CENTER, TEXAS (CENTER HS) KEMP, TEXAS (KEMP HS) FORT WORTH, TEXAS (CROWLEY HS) WILLS POINT, TEXAS (WILLS POINT HS) CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS (CALALLENHS/TRINITYVALLEYCC] DEW, TEXAS (FAIRFIELD HS/TRINITY VALLEY CC) LOGANSPORT, LA (LOGANSPORT HS) WILLS POINT, TEXAS (FORD HS) MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS (ELKINS HS)

90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

XAVIER DAVIS JACOB PIPER JACKSON BAKER DESMOND OLIVER DAVID JAYNES GARRET HOOD KOLTON CASEY DONIEVIN OLIVER QUAYLON BECKLEY KHILAN WRIGHT

DL S DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL

6—3 5—10 6—5 6—0 6—4 6—3 6—2 6—1 6—3 6—1

285 182 290 298 250 230 224 241 284 294

SR.—1L FR.—HS FR.—HS JR.—1L SR.—3L SO.—1L FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS

MONROE, LA (OUACHITA PARISH HS) SUGAR LAND, TEXAS (ELKINS HS) FARMERSVILLE, TEXAS (OLDHAM COUNTY HS) DENTON, TEXAS (DENTON RYAN HS) IRVING, TEXAS (MACARTHUR HS) SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS (SULPHUR SPRINGS H.S) TYLER, TEXAS (ROBERT E. LEE HS) DENTON, TEXAS (DENTON RYAN HS) HOUSTON, TEXAS (AUSTIN HS) MEMPHIS, TN (CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HS)

40 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

DREYLON MALBROUGH LB GARRETT GIBSON LB JEREMIAH SIMPSON LB CALEB TAYLOR LB NATHAN GULLICKSON LB RAYQUAN JONES LB LUCKNER BRADY WR ZACK WALKER DL MITCH MCCULLOCH K/P

5—10 6—1 5—11 6—2 6—0 5—10 6—0 5—9 6—0

215 220 193 230 227 215 170 214 210

FR.—HS FR.—HS SO.—1L SO.—1L SO.-1L FR.—HS JR.—TR FR.—HS SO.—1L

HOUSTON, TEXAS (JOHN H. REAGAN HS) GLADEWATER, TEXAS (UNION GROVE HS) DEW, TEXAS (FAIRFIELD HS) ALBA, TEXAS (ALBA-GOLDEN HS) BURLESON, TEXAS (GRANDVIEW HS) SPRING, TEXAS (WESTFIELD HS) HOMESTEAD, FL (BARRINGTONCHRIST.ACAD./ELCAMINOCOLL.) MONROE, LA (NEVILLE HS) FORNEY, TEXAS (FORNEY HS)

50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

ZACHARIARY GRIFFIN PAT GRIFFIN TORRANCE LEONARD HAYDEN EVANS TANNER JONES ISAAC AVERY JAYLEN MCCLONEY BRYCE HALE TERRENCE SAWYER JOSH LOWE

DL OL OL OL OL OL DL DL OL OL

5—10 6—0 6—0 6—1 5—11 6—3 5—9 6—2 6—7 5—10

225 263 300 250 267 260 230 235 300 260

SO.—1L SR.—2L JR.—2L FR.—HS FR.—HS SR.—3L SR.—2L SR.—3L FR.—HS FR.—HS

BEAUMONT, TEXAS (CENTRAL SENIOR HS) MESQUITE, TEXAS (MESQUITE-HORN HS) LUFKIN, TEXAS (ALIEF HASTINGS HS) SANTA FE, TEXAS (SANTA FE HS) ROCKWALL, TEXAS (ROCKWALL-HEATH HS) WHITE OAK, TEXAS (WHITE OAK HS) BEAUMONT, TEXAS (LEGACY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY) QUINLAN, TEXAS (FORD HS) MESQUITE, TEXAS (MESQUITE HS) CONROE, TEXAS (OAK RIDGE HS)

LB DL DL LB CB DL LB OL QB CB S CB LB DL ANDREW MARTINEZ-PERKINS CB DARRIAN MCCLINTOCK JR. WR AUSTIN O’DELL RB REAGAN ROBERTS S WYATT WOLVERTON QB

5—11 6—3 6—2 5—10 5—8 5—10 5—11 5—11 6—2 5—11 6—0 5—9 6—0 6—2 5—7 5—9 5—10 5—10 5—10

191 205 267 238 160 210 222 287 188 174 185 170 220 259 160 200 190 230 180

FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS

HENDERSON, TEXAS (HENDERSON HS) BURKBURNETT, TEXAS (BURKBURNETT HS) MADISONVILLE, TEXAS (MADISONVILLE HS) MONROE, LA (OUACHITA PARISH HS) HOUSTON, TEXAS (NEW CANEY HS) WOODLANDS, TEXAS (OAK RIDGE HS) FORNEY, TEXAS (NORTH FORNEY HS) COLONY, TEXAS (COLONY HS) BULLARD, TEXAS (BROOK HILL SCHOOL) PASCAGOULA, MS (CYPRESS SPRINGS HS) MONROE, LA (CARROLL HS) HENDERSON, TEXAS (HENDERSON HS) TYLER, TEXAS (JOHN TYLER HS) CANYON LAKE, TEXAS (CANYON LAKE HS) HOUSTON, TEXAS (CYPRESS SPRINGS HS) SPRING, TEXAS (SPRING HS) HARLETON, TEXAS (HARLETON HS) LAZBUDDIE, TEXAS (LAZBUDDIE HS) HALLSVILLE, TEXAS (HALLSVILLE HS)

60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69

BRANDON LARUE CHRIS LENOIR IVAN MONZON TYLER HODGES JEREMY MCCLELLAN JACOBY CALLAHAN TONY JONES II TYLER SCOTT CODY GANDY JACOB EARLE

OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL

6—4 6—3 6—0 6—1 6—3 5—11 6—0 6—1 6—3 6—1

360 260 295 310 318 275 259 262 326 260

FR.—HS FR.—HS SO.—HS FR.—HS FR.—HS SO.—1L FR.—HS JR.—2L SO.—HS FR.—HS

LUFKIN, TEXAS (LUFKIN HS.) LUFKIN, TEXAS (LUFKIN HS) MARSHALL, TEXAS (MARSHALL HS) MARSHALL, TEXAS (MARSHALL HS) CHIEFLAND, FL (CHIEFLAND HS) PORTER, TEXAS (PORTER HS) HOUSTON, TEXAS (WESTFIELD HS) MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS (ELKINS HS) FORNEY, TEXAS (FORNEY HS) HARLETON, TEXAS (HARLETON HS)

ZACH ALLEN DUSTIN ANDREWS AUSTIN ASHLEY DEBRANDON BASS JARMON BURKHALTER JONATHAN DEL REY DANIEL GRIGSBY BRYSON HAMMOND GRANT HANKS BRIAN HARDEN JAQTAVIUS JACKSON KYNDALL JOHNSON TONY JOHNSON AUSTIN KAHIL

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Joshua Eargle (Memphis ’01) – 3rd season Offensive Coordinator/QBs: Scotty Walden (Sul Ross State ’12) Offensive Line/Run Gam & Video Coordinator: Lee Grimes (Texas A&M ’09) Wide Receivers: Scott Highsmith (Howard Payne ‘79) Defensive Line: Marquis Bowling (Memphis ’01) Recruiting Coordinator/Safeties: Brandon Smith (Midwestern State ’10) Special Teams Coordinator/Running Backs: Robert Churchman (Sul Ross State ’12) Cornerbacks: Craig Andrus (SW Oklahoma State ‘08) Outside Linebackers: Chuck King (Howard Payne ‘75) Offensive Graduate Assistant: Jake McClain (ETBU ‘15) Defensive Graduate Assistant: Thomas Warren (ETBU ‘15) Student Assistant: Charles Williams Student Assistant: Thomas Warren Student Assistant: Theodore Prickett Athletic Trainer: Marcus Holliday (Presbyterian ’92)


JOSHUA EARGLE THANKS COACH EARGLE -- 2015 ASC COACH OF THE YEAR

BY THE NUMBERS

3 YEARS AS HEAD COACH

50+.................. COMBINED RECORDS BROKEN 30+...................................... ALL-ASC PLAYERS 30+.................. ASC ALL-ACADEMIC PLAYERS 17....................ALL-ASC HONORABLE MENTION 11.................................. ALL-ASC SECOND TEAM

9.......................................ALL-ASC FIRST TEAM 4...................................1,000 YARD RECEIVERS 5............................................... ALL-AMERICANS 4..................................... ALL-REGION PLAYERS 1................................. UNDRAFTED NFL PLAYER

Joshua Eargle was the third head football coach for ETBU since the program was started back up in 2000. In January 2013 he was selected to rebuild the program and in three years he did that finishing with a championship in 2015. The past three years he brought ETBU football back into the front of the American Southwest Conference with a high potent offense. He capped his three year career at ETBU in 2015 with a three-way tie for the championship earning the program second championship. ETBU went 7-3 in 2015 and reached a national ranking of 23 heading into to the final week of the season. During 2015, ETBU had an offense that produced three of the top play makers in the nation in Kendall Roberson, Tyler Bates, and Josh Warbington. All three either broke, tied, or are in the top five of every offensive category for single game, single season, and career records. In three years he had five All-Americans and over 20 All-ASC selections. He also had four all-region players through D3football.com. Eargle poured into his players with the title of Fight, Faith, Finish turning young players into men. The players that stayed through the program were changed by the end. He also implemented the ring program where if you come and play for four years you leave with an ETBU football ring to remember your time as a Tiger.


@ETBU_Football Year in Review (2015)  

The ETBU football team won a share of the 2015 ASC Championship going 7-3 overall on the year producing two All-Americans. They were also ra...

@ETBU_Football Year in Review (2015)  

The ETBU football team won a share of the 2015 ASC Championship going 7-3 overall on the year producing two All-Americans. They were also ra...

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