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2011 Football Media Guide


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Fighting Falcons 2011 Football Media Guide 4 Fairmont State Football 12 Season Preview 14 Rosters

2010 In Review

Coaching Staff

Record Book

20 Head Coach Mike Lopez 22 Assistant Coaches

32 Player Profiles

60 Individual Records 70 All-American/All-WVIAC 71 Lettermen 77 Team Records 85 Coaching Records

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46 Falcon Opponents

88 Athletic Director Rusty Elliott 90 Support Staff

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50 2010 Statistics 53 Game-by-Game

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2011 schedule Credits: Editor: Adam Zundell Design & Layout: Tammy Holden Cover Design & Layout: Lynne Conrad Technical Graphic Assistance: Kevin Funk Photography: John Piscitelli, Joe LaRocca, Adam Zundell, Philip Fetty, Chris Thomas, Andrew O’Hearn Editorial & Historical Assistance: Duane Cochran, Philip Fetty, Chris Thomas Printing: Heeter Direct Canonsburg, Pa. Fairmont State University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution.

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September 1 Clarion 7 p.m. 10 at WVU-Tech 1:30 p.m. 17 Glenville State Noon 24 at West Liberty 1 p.m. October 1 Charleston Noon 6 Bowie State 7 p.m. 15 at WV Wesleyan 1 p.m. 22 at Seton Hill 6 p.m. 29 Concord (Homecoming) 2 p.m. November 5 at WV State 1 p.m. 12 Shepherd Noon Home games in BOLD CAPS

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Fighting Falcons Media Info Located on Duvall-Rosier Field’s west side, the Fairmont State press box is serviced by four sections: (1) radio booths, (2) president’s box and (3) media and game staff, and (4) coach’s booths (roof). Visiting and home official video cameramen areas are located on the roof of the press box. In inclement weather, tents are provided for both visiting and home camera crews. Also on the press box roof are the bench phones for both visiting and home coaching staffs. CREDENTIALS: Contact the Sports Information office (304-367-4264) for all credentials. Credentials need to be arranged in advance of contest in order to be mailed or arranged for pick-up prior to the game. There is no media will-call area on game day. Please do not request credentials for non-workers. Credentials are good for field access for photographers as well. PARKING: Accredited media personnel will be admitted to the press box lot. Show your credential and follow the attendant’s directions. RADIO: Contact the Sports Information office in advance for credentials and radio booth information. Credentials and parking passes will be mailed in advance of the event.

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SERVICES: Programs, lineups, depth charts and game background are provided before each home game. Team statistics will be distributed at halftime. Play-byplay running accounts are provided. Complete team and individual statistics, lineups and substitutions and scoring summary are available after the game. INTERVIEWS: Player or coach interviews will be held after the game either on the field or outside the football locker room in the Feaster Center. Interviews should be coordinated by the sports information or football office.

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Location Fairmont, W.Va. Founded 1865 Enrollment 4,611 Nickname Fighting Falcons Colors Maroon & White Stadium (Cap) Duvall-Rosier Field (5,000) Surface FieldTurf National Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Interim President Dr. Maria C. Bennett Rose Athletic Director Rusty Elliott Sports Information Director Adam Zundell Athletic Department Phone (304) 367-4220 Website fightingfalcons.com Coaching Staff Head Coach Record at Fairmont State (Yrs) Overall Record (Yrs) Office Phone

Mike Lopez (Fairmont State, ’98) 19-25 (4) Same 304-367-4117

Assistant Coaches Bryan Fisher Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Shahram Shafii Defensive Coordinator Ryan Dumont Quarterbacks/Special Teams JL Abbott Running Backs Gary Lanham Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator/ Operations

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Mike Fortier Defensive Line John Marano Strength & Conditioning/Linebackers Mike Mainella Wide Receivers Richard Iaquinta Special Teams/Kickers

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Support Staff Bob Cable Trainer Roger Hayhurst Video Coordinator Dr. Greg Hinton Player Life Skills Development John C. Jones Chaplain Matt Lowther Team Fundraising Coordinator

COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE All news releases are posted to fightingfalcons.com. Fans and media can stay connected to all of the happenings at Fairmont State by checking the website. There’s no better coverage or access to Falcon athletics than fightingfalcons.com.

Team Information 2009 Record Conference Record/Finish Basic Offense Basic Defense Off. Starters Returning/Lost Def. Starters Returning/Lost Specialists Returning/Lost Letterwinners Ret/Lost

GAME COVERAGE You can get close to the action even if you can’t make it to DuvallRosier Field. Every game is broadcast live online, and home games feature a live video feed and chat as well. Check weekly game notes to know the story lines in advance, and then follow the action at fightingfalcons.com.

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Recaps and box scores of all games are posted shortly after the conclusion of the contest, and updated statistics are always available on the site. Only fightingfalcons.com provides you with extensive photo galleries and videos of Fairmont State athletic contests, getting you closer to the action! TEAM COVERAGE Looking for information on a Falcon player or coach? It’s all on fightingfalcons.com. Player and coaches bios are found at the click of a finger.

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WVIAC Information Mailing Address 1422 Main Street, Princeton, WV 24740 Phone (304) 487-6298 Fax (304) 487-6299 WVIAC Staff Barry Bilzzard Commissioner Brent Hager Associate Commissioner Megan Ciborowski Asst. Commissioner for Internal Affairs, Senior Woman Administrator Ben Brownlee Compliance Doug Robbins Supervisor for Football Officials NCAA Information Mailing Address PO Box 6222, Indianapolis, IN, 46206-6222 Phone (317) 917-622 President Mark Emmert

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Media Personnel NEWSPAPER Times-West Virginian Duane Cochran – FSU Beat Reporter The Clarksburg Exponent-Telegram Danny Carpenter – Sports Editor The Morgantown Dominion Post Eric Herter – Sports Editor

(304) 367-2544 (304) 624-6411 (304) 291-9429

TELEVISION WDTV (Channel 5 – Weston) Joe Brocato – Sports Director WBOY (Channel 12 – Clarksburg) Justin Rose, Katie Smith

(304) 623-3311

WIRE SERVICES Associated Press John Raby – Sports Director

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players have earned All-America honors at Fairmont State, including defensive lineman David Hill in 2008.

West Virginia native Dewey McDonald was one of first team All-WVIAC selections in 2010. In Mike Lopez’s four years as head coach, players have earned first team All-WVIAC honors on 17 occasions.

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In his very first press conference as head coach, Mike Lopez said his program would be guided by these three principles. Lopez’s mantra has helped cultivate a winning attitude that permeates through all aspects of the football program.

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players – defensive back Greg Underwood and defensive end Luke Black – earned preseason All-America honors heading into the 2011 season.

Pride. No team in the WVIAC has the rich tradition that Fairmont State boasts. The Falcons were the first team in West Virginia to win a national championship in football in 1967 under legendary coach Deacon Duvall. The Falcons have also won a conference-best 17 WVIAC titles. Current coaches and student-athletes embrace the legacy of those before them. Purpose. Every drill, every meeting and every practice has a goal: to become a better player. From that goal, players and coaches strive together to achieve at a high level. By continuing to develop student-athletes as players and people, positive results on the field are unavoidable. Passion. To borrow from Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” Embodied in its highenergy head coach, Fairmont State football is played with excitement and fervor from the first play in practice to the last play of a game.

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A true Falcon is: F ocus on W.I.N (What’s Important Now) A cademics, Academics, Academics L ive the “GOOD” life (Do things right…the first time) C haracter & Choices (Cause & Effect) O wnership (Your name is on everything that you do) N o Excuses for anything.

No team has won more WVIAC titles than Fairmont State. The Falcons own conference championships.

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FSU #1 in Community Engagement For the second consecutive year, Fairmont State University was recognized as being among the best in community engagement, which is a part of the Division II national platform. Fairmont State was recognized by the NCAA as having the best community engagement initiative in the country 201011 for its project, “Put Your Best Fairmont Forward” for the nationally televised game between Fairmont State and West Liberty. Community groups, such as the Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Fairmont, as well as groups on campus pulled together to help demonstrate the power of community on a national stage. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) organized a “Read & Feed” on that night collecting canned food and children’s books that they later distributed back into the community. Fairmont State football players hit the streets going door-to-door to hand out wrist bands, schedule cards, shirts and posters, personally inviting fans to come and support Fairmont State. The response was over 6,000 people packing Duvall-Rosier Field even after a day of inclement weather to create an electric atmosphere in front of the nationally televised audience. In the Spring of 2011, Fairmont State University was recognized with Community Engagement Award of Excellence by the NCAA in Indianapolis, Ind.

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The Fairmont State football program is committed to the full character development of its student-athletes. Falcon players take an active role in the community by volunteering their time and service to numerous local organizations. Fairmont State football players flooded the streets over the past few years at Christmas time ringing bells for the Salvation Army, and the football program has dedicated a portion of its proceeds from its annual Maroon & White Spring Game to the Boys and Girls Club. Players also read to local elementary students, volunteer for the Relay For Life, Special Olympics and local Pop Warner programs, just to name a few. Head Coach Mike Lopez is committed to having his players embrace their status as role models and make an impact in the community.

Academics In addition to civic responsibilities, Fairmont State excels in the classroom as well. In 2010-11, 48 players (nearly half of the roster) earned a grade point average of 3.0 or higher during the school year, including seven that registered a perfect 4.0. The team’s grade point average was an impressive 2.93, surpassing its goal of 2.85 and setting the bar higher for future success. In addition, Fairmont State’s student-athlete graduation rate is 76 percent, which is the best of any school in the state of West Virginia. Fairmont State has several resources to help its student-athletes be successful in the classroom including: • Tutoring. Free one-on-one tutoring for every course offered at Fairmont State. • Supplemental Instructors (SI). A program where students who have taken a particular course and received an “A” then teach that same course to current players to give a different perspective from their instructor. • Individual Mentor Academic Program (IMAP). A program that gives one-on-one attention to student-athletes with academic, athletics and personal issues. • Disability Services are available for any student-athlete with any form of learning disability.


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r e i s o R Duvall Field Fairmont State’s Duvall-Rosier Field is home of the Fighting Falcon football program. The stadium is located at the top of campus, but is the center of attention on during game days, overflowing from its 5,000-seat capacity on several occasions over the past few years.

The stadium recently added 150 premium seatback chairs at midfield, lights that allow for televised night games and a fully equipped press box that is easily among the best in the region. The FieldTurf playing surface at Duvall-Rosier Field is second to none. Installed in 2007, the state-of-the-art synthetic field ensures that the Falcons will not play or practice on a better surface than what is at Duvall-Rosier Field.

Game Day Atmosphere Fairmont State has worked over the years to transform the game day experience beyond the actual game. A game at Duvall-Rosier Field is an event for the whole family that includes, fun, food and football. Hours before kickoff, the parking lots start filling with cars and smoke from the pre-game tailgates start to fill the air as fans prepare to cheer on the Falcons. Students, who father at an adjacent lot called the “Falcon Nest,� enjoy pregame festivities and games in their own area as well. Falcon football games have grown into events over the years, and the attendance numbers back that up. Fairmont State has ranked among the league leaders in attendance average over 2,000 fans in each of the last three seasons and has had three crowds of over 6,000 in the last two years.


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Fairmont State has played televised games in each of the last two seasons, one regionally and one nationally televised on CBS College Sports Network. In addition, players are interviewed and featured on a regular basis by fightingfalcons.com and local newspaper and television outlets giving the players maximum exposure for their exploits on and off the field.

In The Spotlight The Fairmont State University strength and conditioning program is under the direction of John Marano, who became the full-time director of Strength and Conditioning in the fall of 2010. The hiring of Marano was made in effort to create and implement a strength and conditioning program available for all varsity athletic teams. This decision was made to directly impact every sport and all 300-student athletes. Strength and conditioning is a vital role in the overall development of a football player, and Fairmont State University boasts one of the top leaders in that area in Marano, who develops workouts to increase a player’s overall strength, speed, agility quickness and flexibility. Marano gives the proper plan and motivates and inspires student-athletes to adhere to the plan to reach their full potential. A former Falcon linebacker, Marano tailors workouts for all sports at Fairmont State, and has been a featured author in American Football Monthly.


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Underwood and Dewey McDonald in the box because we have to have that eighth guy giving run support. We want to force our opponents into third and long to let our guys make some plays. __ Q: How beneficial is it to have such a solid group returning in special teams?

Q&A With Mike Lopez Q: Every year you do a comprehensive evaluation of the program, so what were some things you learned from last year that you will try to improve on to keep the program moving forward?

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ML: We had issues defensively and that was something that we needed to address. Often times you can hide if your defense is good or bad, or at least more so than on offense. Coach Shafii and I spent some time away from the office last year to try and clean some things up.

Offensively, I think it was just a matter of spending some more time with Coach Fisher and understanding his scheme and how he operates. You can’t magically create more time, but now that they’ve had another spring and another fall camp, I think we’ll be progressing offensively to where we should be. Special teams-wise, we were very solid last year. We lost Coach Brumfield in that area, but I know that Coach Dumont will come in and help that group continue to be outstanding.

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Q: This will be a different year for you in that while you will still be involved on the defensive side of the ball, you have handed over the defensive coordinator duties to Coach Shafii. How does your role change and how much confidence do you have in Coach Shafii’s ability? ML: It will be different, but I’m kind of looking forward to it. I am coaching the linebackers so I will be on the defensive side of the ball, but the won’t think it’s odd if I go and check in with the offensive line because they know I’m responsible for the whole team. I don’t mind saying that Coach Shafii did a lot of the prep work for games last year. But game days can be challenging and nothing teaches you like a game day experience, and he has some experience at that under his belt last year as the co-defensive coordinator. He’s going to continue to bounce ideas off me and I’ll work with him, but this defense will be something that he can put his name on. __ Q: What have you seen in terms of leadership in the off-season? ML: I think you have seen different players taking ownership and trying to find out what they can do, as players, to make sure that things get done. There seems to be a genuine concern about what they, as players, can do to help improve the program’s well being.

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Greg Underwood __ Q: What kind of an impact has Strength and Conditioning Coach John Marano had on your program? ML: One of the most critical positions at a Division II level is your strength and conditioning coach because that helps us get the most out of the student-athletes that we have at our institutions. Fairmont State is blessed to have Coach Marano. He’s made a difference in all of the programs here, not just football. It excites me to have him here and he’s so important in the off-season because I can’t have contact with the guys, so he’s our voice in the summer. __ Q: What kinds of strides have you seen in the offense during Coach Fisher’s time at FSU? ML: Coach Fisher demands that our players do the little things right and take pride in what they’re doing. There’s no middle ground with him: You’re either on the ship or you’re not. He challenges our guys and the players have rallied around that. Passing-wise, Logan Moore has made great strides in recognizing where the ball needs to go quicker. Running-wise, we are doing more run-

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pass check things that we couldn’t install last year. Q: Logan Moore appeared to be everything that you thought he was going to be in his first season at quarterback. What are the challenges and pressures he faces in his second season? ML: Logan is the kind of kid who simply wants to perform. He does the work in the classroom and on the field in order to perform at the best of his ability to help Fairmont State win games. That’s his motto. We don’t need to have any pressure or expectations on him because if Logan is Logan, that’s certainly good enough for us to win games. __ Q: How critical is stopping the run in allowing some of your talented defensive players to make plays?

ML: It’s great to have all of guys like Ben Landis (punter), Frank Keenan (kicker), Derek Sevier (snapper), Michael Keim (holder) coming back while we transition from Coach Brumfield to Coach Dumont. It would’ve been tough to lose Coach Brumfield and lose all of those guys. Coach Dumont is a great football coach and I’m sure he’s going to make sure we’re going to again be one of the top units in the league. We also have some guys coming in that are going to help us in the return game because Zack Page is a tough guy to replace. __ Q: What did Shepherd’s run to the national semifinals mean in terms of respect for the WVIAC? ML: Shepherd’s accomplishments were huge for the league. Shepherd wasn’t lacking respect on the national level at all, but I think it did help the perception of the league and prove that we play some pretty good football in this conference.

ML: You have to stop the run. If we can’t stop the run, we’ll have issues. I don’t mind saying that. It’s our primary focus. We will be an eight-man front team and we have to get back to that mentality. We progressed in that area this spring, made things more simple and clear. You’re going to see Greg

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1 Eric Eitson Sr. WR 2 Brandon Tucker Jr. DB 3 Brian Turner Sr. LB 4 Isaiah Taylor Fr. WR 5 Garrett Davis So. LB 6 Quincy Casimir Fr. FS 7 Tim Orange Jr. WR 8 Erem Ntui R-Fr. WR 9 Justin Hughes So. DB 10 Leatis Jones Fr. DB 11 Logan Moore So. QB 13 Mark Sampson So. WR 15 Ben Landis Sr. P 16 Zach Davisson Fr. QB 17 Frank Keenan Sr. K/P 18 Chris St. Hillaire So. WR 19 Nevin Honeycutt Fr. QB 20 Aubura Taylor Jr. RB 21 Dewey McDonald Jr. DB 22 Keion Williams Fr. DB 23 Ryland Newman Sr. DB 24 Damon Waters So. RB 25 Troy Thompkins Fr. DB 26 Raynell Hall Sr. DB 27 Matt Wilmer Jr. WR 28 Daniel Monroe R-Fr. RB 29 Bryan Wilson So. DB 30 Collin Alford Fr. RB 31 Cody Reed Sr. RB 32 Matt Griffin Jr. RB 33 Scott Davidson Jr. DB 35 Mike West Fr. RB 36 Ryan Conner Fr. WR 37 Daniel Strosnider Jr. DB 38 Ronnie Lockhart So. DB 39 Anthony Werner Fr. DB 40 Greg Underwood Jr. DB 41 Dominik Mensah Fr. DB 44 Adam Anderson Fr. LB 45 Chris Stanton Jr. LB 46 Jordan Condinanzo Fr. LB

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47 Andrew Blaney Fr. RB 48 Chris Kish Fr. K 49 Sage Cutri R-Fr. TE 52 Matt Larrubia Fr. LB 53 Jake Kelly So. DE 54 David Pack Sr. LB 55 Jephte Leveille Fr. DE 56 Zach Randolph Fr. LB 57 Kris Wairner R-Fr. LB 58 Ryan Watts So. LB 59 Tyler LaFollette Fr. LB 60 Michael Johnson Fr. DL 62 Joe Angotti Jr. OL 64 Garon Belser Fr. OL 65 Nick Schrader So. OL 66 Jarick Gee Fr. DL 67 Clay Krebs So. OL 69 Jonathan McNemar Jr. OL 71 Chris Barfield R-Fr. OL 72 Tyler Burch Fr. OL 73 Pat Halpin Sr. OL 74 Tyler Thompson R-Fr. OL 76 Nick Gwinn Jr. OL 78 Tevin Howard-Taylor Fr. OL 79 Chris Furbee R-Fr. OL 80 Jaqavein Oliver Fr. WR 81 Quint Cochran R-Fr. WR 82 Kenrick Washington Fr. WR 84 Michael Keim Sr. WR 85 Gary Lodge Fr. WR 86 Aaron Fetty R-Fr. WR 87 Mark Heefner Sr. TE 88 Derek Sevier Sr. WR 89 Sean Marion Jr. TE 90 Jordan Greathouse Jr. DE 91 Luke Black Sr. DE 92 Anthony Domico So. DL 93 Josh Ratliff Fr. DL 95 Adrian Morris Fr. DL 96 Shane Springer Sr. DE 97 Andre Revere Fr. DL 99 Devin Johnson Sr. DL

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30 Collin ALFORD Fr. RB 44 Adam ANDERSON Fr. LB 62 Joe ANGOTTI Jr. OL 71 Chris BARFIELD R-Fr. OL 64 Garon BELSER Fr. OL 91 Luke BLACK Sr. DE 47 Andrew BLANEY Fr. RB 72 Tyler BURCH Fr. OL 6 Quincy CASIMIR Fr. FS 81 Quint COCHRAN R-Fr. WR 46 Jordan CONDINANZO Fr. LB 49 Sage CUTRI R-Fr. TE 16 Zach DAVISSON Fr. QB 33 Scott DAVIDSON Jr. DB 5 Garrett DAVIS So. LB 1 Eric EITSON Sr. WR 86 Aaron FETTY R-Fr. WR 79 Chris FURBEE R-Fr. OL 66 Jarick GEE Fr. DL 90 Jordan GREATHOUSE Jr. DE 32 Matt GRIFFIN Jr. RB 76 Nick GWINN Jr. OL 19 Nevin HONEYCUTT Fr. QB 78 Tevin HOWARD-TAYLOR Fr. OL 99 Devin JOHNSON Sr. DL 48 Chris KISH Fr. K 67 Clay KREBS So. OL 26 Raynell HALL Sr. DB 73 Pat HALPIN Sr. OL 87 Mark HEEFNER Sr. TE 9 Justin HUGHES So. DB 60 Michael JOHNSON Fr. DL 10 Leatis JONES Fr. DB 17 Frank KEENAN Sr. K/P 53 Jake KELLY So. DE 84 Michael KEIM Sr. WR 59 Tyler LaFOLLETTE Fr. LB 15 Ben LANDIS Sr. P 52 Matt LARRUBIA Fr. LB 55 Jephte LEVEILLE Fr. DE 38 Ronnie LOCKHART So. DB

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85 Gary LODGE Fr. WR 89 Sean MARION Jr. TE 21 Dewey McDONALD Jr. DB 69 Jonathan McNEMAR Jr. OL 41 Dominik MENSAH Fr. DB 28 Daniel MONROE Fr. RB 11 Logan MOORE So. QB 95 Adrian MORRIS Fr. DL 23 Ryland NEWMAN Sr. DB 8 Erem NTUI R-Fr. WR 80 Jaqavein OLIVER Fr. WR 7 Tim ORANGE Jr. WR 54 David PACK Sr. LB 56 Zach RANDOLPH Fr. LB 31 Cody REED Sr. RB 97 Andre REVERE Fr. DL 18 Chris ST. HILLAIRE So. WR 13 Mark SAMPSON So. WR 65 Nick SCHRADER So. OL 88 Derek SEVIER Sr. WR 96 Shane SPRINGER Sr. DE 45 Chris STANTON Jr. LB 37 Daniel STROSNIDER Jr. DB 20 Aubura TAYLOR Jr. RB 4 Isaiah TAYLOR Fr. WR 25 Troy THOMPKINS Fr. DB 74 Tyler THOMPSON R-Fr. OL 2 Brandon TUCKER Jr. DB 3 Brian TURNER Sr. LB 40 Greg UNDERWOOD Sr. DB 57 Kris WAIRNER R-Fr. LB 82 Kenrick WASHINGTON Fr. WR 24 Damon WATERS So. RB 58 Ryan WATTS So. LB 35 Michael WEST Fr. RB 22 Keion WILLIAMS Fr. DB 27 Matt WILMER Jr. WR 29 Bryan WILSON So. DB

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195 Miami, Fla./Norland 220 Bridgeport, W.Va./Bridgeport 205 Ranson, W.Va./Jefferson 305 Charlton Heights, W.Va./Valley Fayette 170 Columbus, Ohio/Beechcroft 210 Miami, Fla./Coral Reef (Florida State) 185 Fairmont, W.Va./Fairmont Senior 280 Miami, Fla./Norland 185 Ranson, W.Va./Jefferson 175 Orange Park, Fla./Fleming Island 195 Belle Glades, Fla./Glades Central 185 Miami, Fla./American (Florida State) 235 Charleston, W.Va./Capital (Antelope Valley) 200 Bridgeport, W.Va./Bridgeport 235 Berkeley Springs, W.Va./Berkeley Springs 270 Miami, Fla./Palmetto 175 Tallahassee, Fla./Godby 195 Moundsville, W.Va./John Marshall 275 Plain City, Ohio/Jonathan Alder 235 Fairmont, W.Va./East Fairmont 235 Mt. Clare, W.Va./Bridgeport 235 Clarksburg, W.Va./Notre Dame (Shepherd) 190 Morgantown, W.Va./Morgantown 165 Tucson, Ariz./Pima CC 200 Timonium, Md./Hereford 190 Miami, Fla./Treasure Coast 285 Madison, W.Va./Scott 175 Morgantown, W.Va./University 220 Lusby, Md./Patuxent 200 Anderson, S.C./T.L. Hanna 210 Petersburg, W.Va./Petersburg 160 Miami, Fla./Christopher Columbus 160 Bridgeport, W.Va./Grafton 195 Morgantown, W.Va./University 160 Middletown, De./Middletown 160 Fort Pierce, Fla./Fort Pierce Central 190 Keyser, W.Va./Keyser 185 Cary, N.C./Cary

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Chris Stanton (Clarksburg) Daniel Strosnider (Morgantown) Tyler Thompson (Madison) Brandon Tucker (Morgantown) Kris Wairner (Petersburg) Damon Waters (Bridgeport) Ryan Watts (Morgantown) Matt Wilmer (Keyser)

Joe Angotti (Clarksburg) Andrew Blaney (Morgantown) Quint Cochran (Monongah) Zach Davisson (Salem) Eric Elliott (Mannington) Aaron Fetty (Fairmont) Chris Furbee (Bridgeport) Matt Griffin (Clarksburg) Nick Gwinn (Beckley) Nevin Honeycutt (Madison) Chris Kish (Rivesville) Clay Krebs (Point Pleasant) Michael Johnson (Crawley) Jake Kelly (Charleston) Michael Keim (Terra Alta) Sean Marion (Bridgeport) Dewey McDonald (Ranson) Jonathan McNemar (Charlton Heights) Logan Moore (Fairmont) Ryland Newman (Ranson) David Pack (Charleston) Zach Randolph (Bridgeport) Cody Reed (Berkeley Springs) Mark Sampson (Moundsville) Derek Sevier (Fairmont) Shane Springer (Mt. Clare)

Arizona (1) Aubura Taylor (Tucson)

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Jephte Leveille (Port St. Lucie) Ronnie Lockhart (Ft. Lauderdale) Gary Lodge (Miami) Daniel Monroe (Miami) Adrian Morris (Miami) Erem Ntui (Orange Park) Jaqavein Oliver (Belle Glades) Tim Orange (Miami) Andre Revere (Miami) Chris St. Hillaire (Tallahassee) Troy Thompkins (Miami) Kenrick Washington (Miami) Keion Williams (Fort Pierce)

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Michael West (Middletown)

Eric Eitson (Augusta)

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Frank Keenan (Byfleet)

Florida (20) Collin Alford (Miami) Quincy Casimir (Miami) Jordan Condinanzo (Miami) Garrett Davis (Havana) Justin Hughes (Port St. Lucie) Leatis Jones (Miami) Matt Larrubia (Miami)

Devin Johnson (Gaithersburg) Raynell Hall (Upper Marlboro) Tevin Howard-Taylor (Baltimore) Isaiah Taylor (Timonium) Brian Turner (Lusby)

Ohio (9) Garon Belser (Plain City) Luke Black (Marietta) Tyler Burch (Pickerington) Sage Cutri (Steubenville) Scott Davidson (Columbus) Jordan Greathouse (Stow) Pat Halpin (Munroe Falls) Dominik Mensah (Columbus) Nick Schrader (Plain City)

Pennsylvania (2) Mark Heefner (Shippensburg) Ben Landis (Johnstown)

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With unmatched energy, enthusiasm and innovation, head coach Mike Lopez is determined to return Fairmont State to the prominence it enjoyed in previous decades. In four years as head coach, the Fairmont State alum and letterman has impacted every facet of the program in a positive manner and made improvements to get FSU to the next level. His deep love for his alma mater and surrounding community heighten his passion to bring the Falcons to glory. Lopez, who was known for his heart and motor as a player, is more than just an excited young coach on the sideline. He brings an intricate knowledge of the game, particularly defensively, in which he has consistently engineered one of the top units in the WVIAC and country. Prior to becoming the Fairmont State head coach in 2007, Lopez spent the previous five seasons as the defensive coordinator for the Falcons. His defense was at the top of nearly every statistical category in the league at some point during his tenure, including 2004 when his unit was the best in the league in 20th in the country in total defense. Even as head coach, he still served as defensive coordinator leading the league once again in total defense in 2007. In his first season as head coach in 2007, Lopez led Fairmont State to its first winning season in six years. The Fighting Falcons rallied late in the year to rattle off four-straight wins. Fairmont State had 19 players earn allconference honors – more than any other team in the league – including WVIAC Defensive Player of the Year and All-American Vince Black. In 2008, the Falcons went 5-6, and Nate Black and David Hill were first team All-WVIAC selections, with Hill going on to become the sixth player in seven years to

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earn All-America honors. In 2009, Fairmont State had nine players earn All-WVIAC honors, including three first team selections on the defensive side of the ball. Last season, the Falcons narrowly missed a winning season (5-6) after falling in three games decided by eight points or less. Still, FSU produced its first WVIAC Offensive Freshman of the year in Logan Moore, had five Falcons earn first team All-WVIAC honors (three defensive, two special teams) and 11 more were recognized by the league. Ben Landis and Dewey McDonald earned all-region accolades, and McDonald earned All-America honorable mention honors for his play at free safety. Falcon seniors Perry Baker (wide receiver) and Matt Khouri (offensive lineman) played in several postseason all-star games and attracted attention from NFL scouts. In his four seasons as head coach, Lopez has produced 17 first team All-WVIAC selections along with numerous regional honors

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and three All-Americans. Including his time as defensive coordinator, he has coached seven All-Americans: Josh Ison (2002), Ed Smith (2003), Matt Vance (2005), Andre Pope (2006), Vince Black (2007), David Hill (2008) and Dewey McDonald (2010), and one Academic All-American: Jason Dauch (2004). Beyond the field of play, Lopez demands his players embrace the Division II studentathlete mentality of “life in the balance.” Over the past few seasons the football programs has maintained over a 2.9 grade point average and graduated over 70 percent of its players (nearly double the general student body) while also volunteering in the community in a variety of capacities. Lopez believes in the total development of the student-athlete and wants the football program to be a source of pride within the local community. As a former Fighting Falcon himself, he has also worked hard at reuniting fellow football players with the current program.

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• In 2010, five players earned first team All-WVIAC honors and freshman QB Logan Moore was named WVIAC Offensive Freshman of the Year – the first Fairmont State player to earn that distinction. West Virginia native Dewey McDonald became the seventh player to earn All-America honors. FSU ranked second in the WVIAC in interceptions and third in turnover margin and scoring defense. • In 2009, three defensive players were named first team All-WVIAC, including Dewey McDonald. The Falcon defense was second in the conference in pass defense and picked off 17 passes on the year, and fourth in the league in total defense.

• In his first season as head coach in 2007, Lopez coached the Fighting Falcons to its first winning season in six years by leading Fairmont State to a 6-5 record. The Falcons led the WVIAC in total defense and were ranked in the top 20 nationally in scoring and rushing defense. Linebacker Vince Black earned All-America honors and became just the fourth player to be named WVIAC Defensive Player of the Year.

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where he was named the Graduate Student of the Year in the School of Physical Education in 2001. At the same time, Lopez remained a student-assistant coach at Fairmont State. The 2000 football team also won the West Virginia Conference championship. While in graduate school, he served as a graduate assistant instructor in the School of Physical Education. While working on his second master’s degree, he served as a graduate assistant on Rich Rodriguez’s first WVU football staff during the 2001 season. Coach Lopez and his wife Jaclyn are the proud parents of Liliana and Roman, and reside in Clarksburg.

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• The 2008 season witnessed a young team suffer three losses by seven points or less and four games by a total of just 21 points. The team also posted a winning record against its non–conference opponents for the second consecutive year.

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game going to that organization, and last year was the top fundraising group during the annual Salvation Army bell ringing campaign during the holiday season. Lopez was a standout defensive end for the Falcons and was a team captain during the 1996-97 seasons. The 1996 Falcons won the West Virginia Conference championship. He is a 1993 graduate of Notre Dame High School in Clarksburg and played his first two years of college football at Potomac State College in Keyser, W.Va. He was a team captain for the Catamounts. He transferred to Fairmont in the spring semester of 1996 and finished his career with the Falcons, graduating with honors in 1998. He then enrolled in graduate school at West Virginia University,

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• Also in 2007, Fairmont State was undefeated against non-conference opponents (3-0) for the first time since 1981 and had three shutouts in the same season for the first time since 1973. • In 2006 as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator, Lopez’ defensive unit was among the stingiest in the conference and the country allowing just 16.2 points per game. The unit gave up just 18 touchdowns all season long, and was second in the conference against the run. Three players garnered first team AllWVIAC honors, and defensive back Andre Pope was a All-America honorable mention. • In 2005, the Falcons defense allowed only three opponents to rush for more than 100 yards. The 99.6 yards per game ranked 17th nationally. The unit forced 38 turnovers, a total that led the conference for the third time in four years and was second most in the nation.

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• Lopez was responsible for orchestrating the WVIAC’s top defense and the nation’s 20th-ranked defense in 2004. The defense ended the season ranked first in the conference in average yards per rush, rushing defense, pass efficiency, average per catch, opponent passing touchdowns, total forced turnovers, interceptions, average yards per play and opponent first downs.

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• In 2003, the Falcons were third in the West Virginia Conference in total defense behind West Virginia Wesleyan and Shepherd. The Fairmont defense also led the WVIAC in interceptions and turnover ratio. • In 2002 the defense was first in the WVIAC in red-zone defense, pass defense, interceptions and in total turnovers created with 34.

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1996-97 Player WVIAC Champions (1996) 2002-06 Defensive Coordinator 15 first team All-WVIAC defensive selections, four All-Americans, led league in 15 defensive categories 2007-10 Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator First winning record in six years (2007), 17 first team All-WVIAC selections, three All-Americans, 2.93 GPA, 70+% graduation rate

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JL Abbott returns to his alma mater for his second season on the Fairmont State coaching staff after a successful stint as head coach at Fairmont Senior High School. Abbott will work primarily with the team’s running backs. In his first season at Fairmont State, Abbott helped coach the offensive line. Three of the five members of the unit were recognized by the WVIAC after helping the Falcons average nearly 4.5 yards per carry and were among the least penalized units in the league committing just 11 holding penalties and only eight false starts for the entire season. Abbott spent the previous five seasons leading the successful Polar Bear program at Fairmont Senior. He posted a record of 38-20 and advanced to the state playoffs in four of his five seasons at the helm. His 2006 team, featuring Kennedy Award winner Kyle Allard, advanced to the state semifinals while Abbot was named NCAC, Mon Valley and West Virginia Regional Coach of the Year honors. He was also named NCAC Coach of the Year in 2009 after the Polar Bears captured the conference championship. Abbott coached six first team all-state players during his tenure and helped 15 player continue their careers at the collegiate level. Abbott got his coaching start as a volunteer assistant at East Fairmont High in 1996 before joining the staff at Fairmont Senior in 2000. He took over as head coach in 2005. A native of Remus, Mich., Abbott played at Fairmont State from 1991-95. He earned a degree in secondary education with a major in social studies from Fairmont State, and later obtained a master’s degree in special education from West Virginia in 2005. Abbott is married to Dr. Melissa Abbott, who is a professor at Fairmont State. The couple has two children, Baylee (14) and Jake (12).

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Ryan Dumont begins his eighth season on the Fairmont State coaching staff as quarterbacks coach and special teams coordinator. Dumont has worked in several capacities during his tenure with the Falcons with his expertise coming primarily on the offensive side of the ball. Last season, Dumont worked with the FSU running backs, mixing a variety of players and styles to match offensive coordinator Bryan Fisher’s multiple formation offense. The Falcons had one of the top yards per carry average in the league with 4.5. Dumont spent the previous three seasons as offensive coordinator for the Falcons. In 2009, Fairmont State’s rushing offense was among the best in the league and three players were honored by the WVIAC for their performances on the year. In 2008, Dumont’s offense helped the Falcons average 24.2 points per game, up significantly from the previous season. Dumont’s offense displayed explosive ability with 39 plays of 20 yards or more, including seven plays that went 50 yards or more. The offense was sparked by one of the most dynamic players in the WVIAC, wide receiver Perry Baker, who earned first team All-WVIAC honors and second team All-Northeast Region recognition. Dumont also helped develop a pair of young quarterbacks as they combined for over 1,500 yards passing and 16 touchdowns. In 2007, his first season as offensive coordinator, Dumont helped coach a young offensive unit that improved vastly down the stretch averaging nearly 28 points in the final four games, all of which were victories. The team showed explosiveness with two pass plays of over 75 yards for the first time in the same season in school history in addition to a ground game that featured freshmen standouts Doug Brazill and Bradford. Brazill established himself as one of the top freshmen backs in the country with 1,137 yards (second among freshman in the NCAA), and Bradford proved to be a dual threat under center with big play ability. As running back coach and running game coordinator from 2004-06, Dumont helped mentor

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Wendell Johnson, a three-time All-WVIAC first team selection and the school’s all-time leading rusher with 3,745 yards. In 2006, Johnson led the WVIAC in rushing yards per game with 108.5. Johnson also led the league in rushing in 2004 with the fourth-best single season in school history with 1,243 yards. In addition to Johnson, Dumont also coached Jo Jo Parker, a second-team all-conference performer in 2004 and 2005. In addition to his duties on offense, Dumont is also in charge of the video systems for the coaching staff that ensures timely breakdown of practice and opponents. Dumont graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan in 2002 and holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He is currently an instructor in the Health and Human Performance department

teaching sports management. The Barrackville native played his high school football at North Marion High School under Coach Gerry White. He was named All-NCAC and second team all-state as a running back for the Huskies. He helped lead North Marion to the 1997 Class AAA State championship. While at North Marion, Dumont also lettered in track where he won three state titles, two of which came in the 400-meter race. Prior to coming to Fairmont State, Dumont coached football at North Marion in 2002-03. He came to North Marion after spending two seasons coaching at Buckhannon-Upshur High School from 2000-01 under head coach Eddie Vincent. Dumont and Fairmont State alumnus Amy Davis were married in the summer of 2011.

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Bryan Fisher is in his second season as offensive coordinator at Fairmont State. Fisher brings to Fairmont State a variety of expertise and experience after coaching stints at nearly every level of football, from high school all the way to Division I. In his first season at the helm of the Falcon offense, the dynamic and demanding Fisher helped increase Fairmont State’s scoring average by nearly 10 points from a year ago to 28.5 points per game, including a 63-point outburst against WV State – the most points scored by Fairmont State in 15 years. The Falcons scored 20 points or more in all but four games, and racked up 40 points or more on three different occasions.

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Fisher also helped mentor quarterback Logan Moore to WVIAC Offensive Freshman of the Year honors – the first Fairmont State player to earn that recognition. Moore’s freshman season ranked among the best in school history in terms of yards, touchdowns and total offense. In addition to his prowess as an offensive coach, Fisher has also proven to be a tireless recruiter. His competitive nature carries over on the recruiting trail where he consistently beats out other programs to bring talented players to Fairmont State. Fisher came to Fairmont State after seven seasons as head coach at RCB. He compiled an overall record of 58-28 and led the Flying Eagles to appearances into the state playoffs in five of his seven seasons. He also helped RCB to the only undefeated regular season in school history in 2007. Before being named head coach at RCB in 2002 he was the offensive coordinator at Liberty High School for three seasons (1997-99). He got his coaching start as the offensive coordinator at Liberty in 1994 where he coached

future Fairmont State standout quarterback Bryan Harman. He then spent one season as a student assistant at Fairmont State in 1995. Fisher spent the next two seasons (1996-97) as an offensive line graduate assistant coach under Rick Trickett at Auburn before returning to Liberty in 1997 to become the offensive coordinator. Fisher, a Clarksburg native, graduated from Liberty in 1989. He went on to play for coach Terry Bowden at Samford where he helped the Bulldogs to two appearances in the national playoffs and left the school as the career leader in receptions by a tight end.

• 2010: Offensive Coordinator, Fairmont State • 2002-09: Head Coach, Robert C. Byrd High School (*58-28, five appearances in state playoffs) • 1997-99: Offensive Coordinator, Liberty High School • 1996-97: Offensive Line, Graduate Assistant, Auburn University • 1995: Offensive Line, Fairmont State • 1994: Offensive Coordinator, Liberty High School • 1989-92: Tight End, Samford (*Four-year starter, Two-time national playoffs, career leader in receptions for a tight end) • 1986-88: Lettered at Liberty High School

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Michael Fortier begins his tenth year as Fairmont State’s defensive line coach. Fortier is a mastermind teacher of technique and an excellent motivator who simply gets the most of out his unit year in and year out. Fortier has coached players to 20 All-WVIAC selections, including 11 first team selections in his nine years with the line. Fortier helped coach Luke Black to first team All-WVIAC honors in each of the last two seasons and second team all-region honors in 2009. In 2008, defensive end David Hill earned All-America honors and Black, whose 11 sacks led the WVIAC and were second-most in a single season at Fairmont State, garnered second team all-league honors. In 2007, prolific defensive ends Jacob Owens and Brandon Geary earned All-WVIAC honors, while noseguard Jessie Valentine was named second team all-conference. Owens got several looks from NFL teams, and he and Geary left their mark on Fairmont State’s record book for sacks and tackles for a loss. In 2006, Valentine was again a second team all-conference pick, Geary and Owens were All-WVIAC honorable mention selections. Nick Shreve (2004), Dustin Haas (2004), Arlen Holmes (2003), Damian Birch (2002-03) and Damion Graham (2002) all earned first team AllWVIAC honors under Fortier’s tutelage. Several of those players also dot Fairmont State’s defensive record book in tackles and sacks. Fortier played at Fairmont State from 19972000 after transferring from Ohio University. In his four seasons, Fortier was a part of two WVIAC championship teams. He amassed 222 career tackles, and his 22 career sacks are tied for third all-time at Fairmont State. He was a first team AllWVIAC selection at defensive end as a senior after 58 tackles, eight tackles for a loss and four sacks. The Fairmont State Athletic Association awarded Fortier the prestigious Jasper H. Colebank Award, which is given to the senior who in the course of his college career had done the most to promote the best interests of athletics at Fairmont State. Fortier had an outstanding career at Liberty High School in Clarksburg. While there, he was an

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all-state football player for his former coach Tom Hilton. He was also a West Virginia heavyweight champion in wrestling his senior year. He played basketball his senior year at Liberty and was the only athlete in the state to participate in both basketball and wrestling at the same time. He attended Ohio University for one year on a wrestling scholarship before opting to pursue football at Fairmont State. Michael’s father, Matt Fortier, played football for the Falcons in the late 1960s and was inducted into the Fairmont State Athletic Hall of Fame in

2008. The elder Fortier was a first team All-WVIAC player, a member of the 1967 national championship team and WVIAC Defensive Player of the Year before being drafted by the New York Giants. Michael’s mother, Clara, is also a Fairmont State graduate. He is married to the former Diana Dicken of Fairmont, and the two have a daughter, Madison, and a son, Maximus. Fortier teaches physical education and health at Lincoln High School.

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Gary Lanham begins his tenth year at Fairmont State. Lanham brings offensive line knowledge to the tight ends this year while also being in charge of recruiting and football operations, which include: equipment, travel arrangements, meals and many other areas that keep the Falcons functioning smoothly on a day-to-day basis. Lanham spent last season helping coach the linebackers after having spent the majority of his time at Fairmont State on the offensive side of the ball coaching the linemen. As the offensive line coach, Lanham’s units up front helped Fairmont State twice lead the WVIAC in rushing (2004 and 2006), and also paved the way for the school’s all-time leading rusher in Wendell Johnson.

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In 2009, he helped Fairmont State be among the top rushing teams in the WVIAC despite needing to juggle personnel and positions with seven different lineups throughout the season due to injury. In 2008, Lanham demonstrated his coaching ability by making one of the youngest offensive lines in the conference also one of the best. The Falcons surrendered just 10 sacks on the season (seventh fewest in the NCAA) while also rushing for over 2,000 yards. Fairmont State utilized several different lineups along the offensive line and integrated five freshmen starters at some point during the year. Left tackle Matt Khouri was a first team All-WVIAC pick and second team all-region selection, and Kyle Knight and center Luke Stafford also earned all-conference recognition. In 2007, Lanham utilized a veteran offensive line that helped lead a young backfield to suc-

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cess. For the second straight year, Kyle Robinette (right guard) earned first team All-WVIAC and all-region recognition for his work in the trenches. Khouri (left tackle), Chadd Albright (right tackle) and Jeff Bolen (center) also earned All-WVIAC honorable mention recognition. In 2006, Fairmont State boasted the top rushing team in the league as Robinette earned first team All-WVIAC at right guard, while Bolen and Knight earned honorable mention recognition from the league. The offensive line ranked among the league’s best in not allowing sacks as well. In 2005, four members of the offensive line were named to the All-WVIAC team, including Robinette as a second team honoree. Justin Llewellyn (tight end) and Robert Henning (left tackle) each received honorable mentions. Long snapper Dustin Cogar was named a special honorable mention selection. In 2004, three offensive linemen were named to the all-conference team after Fairmont State had the league’s top rushing attack. Henning was a first team member, while Robinette and Llewellyn each received a nod on the second team. Lanham played football at North Marion High School under coach Roy Michael. Lanham was selected first team All-Big Ten Conference and allcounty, and earned all-state honorable mention recognition as a center during his senior season. He also wrestled for the Huskies under current Fairmont State athletic director, Rusty Elliott. He graduated from North Marion in 1985. Lanham played offensive guard and center at West Liberty State College from 1985-1988. He lettered for the Hilltoppers in 1986 and 1987. He coached football at North Marion from 1989-1995 for both Roy Michael and Gerry White. Lanham also coached for Clarksburg’s Notre Dame High School during the 1992 season. Lanham grew up in Mannington and currently resides in Barrackville. He graduated from Fairmont State University in 2005. Currently working on his master’s degree at Fairmont State University. He is married to the former Shawn Russell and they have two sons, Matthew (26), and Christian (20), and one daughter, Jenna (22).

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Shahram Shafii is in his third season as an assistant coach on the coaching staff and his first as defensive coordinator. Shafii is also in charge of coordinating and monitoring the team’s academic efforts that already rank among the best in the league and the country. A native of Charleston, W.Va., he is also heavily involved with recruiting West Virginia players. Over the previous two seasons, Shafii has been heavily involved with game planning and game day play calling on the defensive side of the ball. During that time he also worked with the secondary, leading a unit that has been second in the league in interceptions in each of those years. He has been integral in the development of players of free safety Dewey McDonald, a two-time first team

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Richard Iaquinta is in his fourth season as a volunteer assistant for Fairmont State. He works primarily with the special teams units, particularly with the kickers and punters. Last season was a banner year for the special teams unit with placekicker Frank Keenan and Ben Landis each earning first team All-WVIAC honors, and Landis garnering first team all-region recognition as well. Coach Iaquinta is a Clarksburg native and Fairmont State graduate. He got his coaching start in 1969 under Sonny Bartic at Rivesville. He was teaching and coaching at Washington Irving High when he was drafted into the U.S. Army. After two

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All-WVIAC selection, and Greg Underwood, who was a first team All-WVIAC pick in 2010. He also helped to coordinate the video efforts and opposing team breakdowns for the coaching staff. Over the past two summers, Shafii has gained valuable experience working camps at Texas A&M, Florida State, Alabama, Georgia Tech, West Virginia, the Naval Academy and Ohio University. Shafii was a standout player for Fairmont State twice earning All-WVIAC first team honors in his final two seasons as a Falcon. As a junior, he led the team with 77 total tackles (41 solo), including five for a loss. He followed that season with 43 total stops (30 solo) with seven tackles for a loss. Shafii graduated with a degree in exercise science and nutrition in 2007, and holds a master’s degree in education from Fairmont State. He is engaged to fellow FSU alum Shana Barr and the couple plans to marry in the summer of 2012.

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years of service, he returned to Clarksburg to tech and coach football, basketball and track at Central Junior High. In 1978 he began teaching and coaching at Bridgeport where they won three state titles in football. He also coached wrestling. From 1996-2002 he was the head coach at Robert C. Byrd high school where they made three-straight appearances in the state playoffs. After retiring from education in 2002, he was elected from the 41st district to the West Virginia House of Delegates where he currently serves. He also officiates YMCA youth basketball and is a substitute teacher in Harrison County. Iaquinta is married to the former Barbara Cottrill. They have one son (Christopher James) who is a 2004 graduate of WVU and is currently living and working in Vienna, Virginia.

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John Marano is the Director of Strength and Conditioning for Fairmont State University. He is directly responsible for the development and implementation for all 15 varsity sports and over 300 student-athletes. Along with those duties, he is also an assistant with the football program coaching the outside linebackers for one of top defensive units in the WVIAC and country. In his first season, Marano has seen direct results with all sports programs. Improvements have been seen not only in athlete development and fewer injury reports, but also in the win/loss column specifically with the football, men’s and women’s basketball, swimming, and volleyball programs. Marano, known for his expressive personality, has created an intense environment that allows for athletes in all sports to develop physically and mentally. All sports have primary focus in the areas of Olympic weightlifting, power lifting, and conditioning, and are in accordance with the sport specific techniques and guidelines of USAW. Marano also incorporates flexibility, speed development, agility training, advanced plyometrics, core strength, balance training, functional training, injury prevention, and nutritional guidance into all of his

programs tailored to each sport’s specific needs. This program will not only help identify certain target areas and problems within an athlete’s body, but will correct these muscular imbalances and deficiencies so that an athlete can perform at the highest level. Prior to becoming Director of Stength and Conditioning, Marano served as graduate assistant from 2007-09 at Fairmont State where he was an assistant coach for the football program as well as strength and conditioning coach for various sports. He also served as an intern at West Virginia University under the charismatic Mike Barwis (formerly of WVU and the University of Michigan) in 2007, where Marano worked with various Olympic sports and learned how to develop and implement programs the “Barwis” way. Along with incorporating “Barwis Methods” into his training methodology, Marano has worked with Vic Viloria (Florida State University, Head S&C Coach) during spring drills of 2010. There he learned the “Hatch System,” which is utilized in some of the top athletic programs throughout country such as LSU and Alabama. This knowledge has helped further develop Olympic weight lifting and explosive training in Marano’s strength and conditioning programs for all sports. As an established linebacker for Fairmont State, Marano achieved WVIAC All-Conference and AllNortheast Region by Don Hansen Gazette earning an invitation to the East Coast Bowl, among being voted Team Captain and MVP during his 2006 season. Marano earned his undergraduate degree in exercise science at Fairmont State University in 2007 and finished his masters in 2009, receiving an M.B.A.

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Mike Mainella Secondary Second Season Mike Mainella is in his second season as an assistant coach at his alma mater. Mainella will serve as the wide receivers coach for the Falcons in 2011. Last season, Mainella helped coach a secondary that was one of the most productive in the WVIAC. The Falcons tallied 19 interceptions last year (second-most in the WVIAC) and returned those picks for a league-best 458 yards and three scores. Mainella comes to Fairmont State after spending time as an assistant coach at Fairmont Senior high school, helping the Polar Bears to the 2009 conference championship and state quarterfinals. Mainella lettered at Fairmont State from 1997-2000 and left the school as the top return man in history. He had 64 kickoff returns for 1,490 yards in his career as a Falcon. Mainella lives in Fairmont and is a teacher in the Marion County School system.

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Robert Cable is in his 22nd year as the head athletic trainer at Fairmont State University. In addition to his duties of supervising athletic training for each of Fairmont State’s 15 sports, the West Virginia Wesleyan College and West Virginia University graduate is also a member of the athletic department senior staff and helps organize and coordinate facility and event management for athletic contests at Fairmont State. Cable heads an athletic training department that is widely regarded as among the best in the country. The over 300 student-athletes that he and his staff serve are assured of getting quality treatment and personalized care to keep them in the best possible condition. Cable is heavily involved within the athletic training community both regionally and nationally and has earned various accolades for his efforts. He was named NCAA Division II Trainer of the Year in the summer of 2010 by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA). The honor recognizes the outstanding efforts of a certified athletic trainer employed in a collegiate setting at a Division II school. The NATA selected Cable on the merits of his active community and campus involvement; volunteer service; national, district and state athletic training participation; promotion of the profession; and exceptional performance in the role of collegiate athletic trainer. Cable is a member of the NATA District 3 Board of Directors. He has served the West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association (WVATA) in numerous capacities throughout his career, and is currently the president of that group. One of his top priorities as president of the WVATA is licensure for all certified athletic trainers in West Virginia. Further, Cable is in his second term as president of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) Athletic Trainers Committee. In 2007, he was named the WVATA “Trainer of the Year” for his willingness to go “above and beyond the normal call of duty.” Prior to coming to Fairmont State, Cable was the head athletic trainer, head women’s softball coach and assistant women’s basketball coach at West Virginia Wesleyan College. His softball team made the school’s first trip to the NAIA National Softball Championship Tournament in his final season.

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Cable also spent time as a clinical athletic trainer at Medbrook Sports Medicine Clinic and adjunct professor of health and physical education at Salem International University. He also worked as an athletic training intern with the Baltimore Colts early in his career. In addition to his athletic training duties, he also teaches in the Health and Human Performance Department. Cable has been instrumental in expanding the

training facility to over 1,300 square feet that was completed in the spring of 2008. The new training room is four times the size of the previous location and features include four small treatment tables, six large treatment tables and increased unobstructed floor space. Cable is married to the former Jill Hinkle and they are the parents of two children, Courtney and Johnathan.

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Roger Hayhurst Video Coordinator Second Season

Roger Hayhurst is in his second season as the video coordinator at Fairmont State. Hayhurst is responsible for all aspects of video production for the entire athletic department.

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Hayhurst is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the Fighting Falcon football program’s video efforts. He handles the day-to-day video operations for practice and games, film breakdowns for coaches and players, live game day video on the Internet, game-tape exchange and highlight video packages. Prior to coming to Fairmont State, Hayhurst owned and operated his own commercial and graphic production company for five years. He also has experience in IT management through work in the United States Air Force. Roger and his wife Michelle have three sons: Maxwell (11), Jack (8) and Oliver (1).

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Dr. Greg Hinton begins his fifth year officially working with coach Mike Lopez and his staff, but has been serving the football program and countless other student-athletes unofficially for a number of years. Lopez looks to Dr. Hinton for guidance, wisdom and support in the daily challenges that accompany directing a football program. “Dr. Hinton is a brilliant man that is dedicated and devoted to making a difference in the lives of others,” Lopez says. “He is a great resource for

myself and our players, and we are truly lucky to have him involved with us. Among Dr. Hinton’s duties are mentoring the head coach and his staff as well as academic and life counseling for the football student-athletes. “Dr. Hinton is a man that gives his time so that young people have a chance to be successful,” Lopez continues. “When our players look back at their experience at Fairmont State, they will remember Dr. Hinton as one of the people in which they will attribute their success in school and life to.” Dr. Hinton received his bachelor’s degree in history from Fairmont State in 1978 before earning his doctorate in jurisprudence from West Virginia University in 1981. He has taught at Fairmont State since 1989 and has won numerous awards, including twice winning the William A. Boram Award for teaching excellence at Fairmont State. Dr. Hinton is also heavily involved in many community organizations as well as his church.

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Jr., OL, 6-2, 275 Clarksburg, W.Va./Notre Dame * Academic Achievement Award * All-WVIAC Honorable Mention (2010)

As A Sophomore (2010): All-WVIAC honorable mention selection … started every game on the offensive line for the Falcons … team’s primary option at right guard … part of a line that helped FSU average 4.5 yards per carry … unit allowed just 20 sacks on the season. As A Redshirt Freshman (2009): Played against Seton Hill (10/24). As A Freshman (2008): Redshirted the season.

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Before Fairmont State: Four-year letterman for coach Sam Alvaro … special honorable mention all-state as a senior in football … led the Fighting Irish to the state playoffs both as a junior and a senior … lettered three years in basketball and four years in baseball.

four solo, in victory over Seton Hill (10/30) … one TFL at Concord (11/6) … two tackles, both going for a loss, in a win over WV State (11/13) … also picked off a pass and returned it 34 yards for a touchdown against the Yellow Jackets. As A Sophomore (2009): First team All-WVIAC and second team All-Atlantic Region selection … tallied 43 total tackles (21 solo) on the year at defensive end … also notched three sacks on the year … solo tackle, forced a fumble and batted down a pass in the opener against Clarion (8/27) … six total stops at Lake Erie (9/5) … notched a pair of tackles for a loss, including one sack, against Glenville State (9/17) … three solo tackles, including two for a loss and one sack, in win over WV Wesleyan (10/17) … six total tackles in win at Seton Hill (10/24) … season-high five solo stops against Concord (10/31) … also recorded three TFLs against the Mountain Lions … four tackles, including one for a loss, in finale against WV State (11/7) … also forced a fumble against the Yellow Jackets. As A Redshirt Freshman (2008): Big presence in his first year of action starting all 11 games … second team All-WVIAC selection … tallied 11 sacks on the year, the second-highest single season total in school history … in on 49 tackles, including 18 solo stops … accounted for

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15 tackles for a loss … recovered one fumble and forced two others … recorded a sack in each of his first three games … season-high five solo tackles and 11 total stops against Glenville State (9/25) … also recorded three sacks against the Pioneers … also recorded three sacks against WV Wesleyan (10/25) as the Falcons shut out the Bobcats … four tackles (three solo), two TFL and one sack against Seton Hill (11/1).

Quint Cochran R-Fr., WR, 6-3, 180 Monongah, W.Va./ North Marion * Academic Achievement Award

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As A Freshman (2007): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: Decorated athlete out of Parkersburg Catholic … two-time first team all-state selection … also a two-time first team all-conference pick … All-Mid Ohio Valley defensive team captain and first teamer … led the Crusaders to the state playoffs as a senior. Personal: Luke Black … son of Sheri and Gregg Black … one of three children … brothers Nate and Vince played football for Fairmont State … graphic technology. Luke Black’s Career Statistics

Year GP UT AT Total TFL Sacks 2008 11 18 31 49 15 11 2009 11 21 22 43 8 3 2010 11 16 12 28 5 2 Total 33 55 65 120 28 16

As A Freshman (2010): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: First team All-Mon Valley and All-NCAC wide receiver ... caught 48 passes for 697 yards and three touchdowns as a senior for the Huskies ... second in the league in receiving ... also completed five passes for 179 yards and one score ... was a special honorable mention all-conference pick as a junior after catching 14 passes, including one touchdown, for 204 yards ... also lettered in golf and basketball ... member of Bible Club ... vice president of spirit club and student council. Personal: Quintin Cochran ... birthday is April 2 ... son of Monica and Duane Cochran ... one of two children.

Personal: Joseph Michael Angotti … son of Janet Cogar and Michael Angotti … born April 17, 1990 … one of five children … majoring in chemistry.

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As A Freshman (2009): Played in 10 games for the Falcons … recorded 11 tackles on the year (seven solo) … also intercepted a pass and recorded one fumble recovery … three tackles against Lake Erie (9/5) … three solo stops against Shepherd (9/12) … one pick and one fumble recovery in win over Glenville State (9/17) … three total tackles against Seton Hill (10/24) … two stops against WV State (11/7). Before Fairmont State: First team all-city and alldistrict selelction out of Eastmoor Academy ... as a senior, recorded 50 tackles, nine interceptions and knocked down 10 passes as a corner ... also caught seven passes for 225 yards and four touchdowns on offense ... helped lead the Warriors to the state finals ... team also collected city, district and regional championships ... also lettered in swimming. Personal: Scott Aaron Davidson … son of Deborah and Gerald Davidson … born Nov. 14, 1990 … one of two children.

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Sr., DE, 6-6, 280 Marietta, Ohio/Parkersburg Catholic * Academic Achievement Award * First Team All-WVIAC (2009, 2010) * Third Team Football Gazette

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As A Junior (2010): First team All-WVIAC selection … great size and speed that requires attention from opposing coaches and often a double team … recorded 28 tackles (16 solo) … had a pair of sacks on the year … five tackles for a loss on the year … three tackles, including two sacks, in a FSU win over Notre Dame College (9/11) … twp solo stops against Glenville State (9/25) … three tackles (two solo) against Charleston (10/9) … three solo stops in a win over WV Wesleyan (10/23) … season-high seven total tackles, including

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So., LB, 6-3, 215 Havana, Fla./Florida * Academic Achievement Award * All-WVIAC Honorable Mention (2010)

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Before Fairmont State: Three-year letterwinner at Florida High ... led the team in tackles as a junior and senior ... notched 134 total tackles as a senior ... also broke up 10 passes, had two interceptions, forced four fumbles and had 13 tackles for a loss ... team MVP ... helped the Seminoles to four district titles ... team went 31-7 in his three seasons ... also lettered in basketball, weight lifting and track.

Jr., DB, 5-9, 165 Columbus, Ohio/Eastmoor Academy * Academic Achievement Award

As A Sophomore (2010): Played in eight games … recorded 16 tackles and broke up two passes … three total tackles against Glenville State (9/25) … broke up a pass vs. West Liberty (9/30) … two solo stops against Charleston (10/9) … two tackles and one pass breakup against UNC Pembroke (10/16) … four total tackles

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As A Freshman (2010): All-WVIAC Honorable Mention as a freshman … played and started all 11 games … second on the team with 71 total tackles (49 solo) … 14th in the WVIAC in tackles per game (6.5) … tallied seven tackles for a loss and two sacks on the season … huge debut with nine total tackles, including a TFL, in a win at Clarion (9/2) … also tipped a pass that led to an interception for the Falcons … eight total stops, including six solo and two for a loss, at Glenville State (9/25) … also broke up a pair of passes against the Pioneers … racked up eight solo tackles and one assist at Charleston (10/9) … big overall game against WV Wesleyan piling up eight solo tackles, two TFL, one sack and one fumble recovery return for 56 yards … fumble return came in his own end zone that prevented a Bobcat score … named WVIAC Player of the Week (10/25) for his performance against WVWC ... season-high 13 total tackles (six solo) in a home victory against Seton Hill (10/30) … six solo tackles at Concord (11/6) … six total tackles (four solo) in a win over WV State (11/13).

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Before Fairmont State: Three-year letterwinner at Steubenville High under coach Reno Saccoccio ... had 10 catches for 120 yards and one touchdown as a senior ... led the team in receiving yards and touchdown as a junior with 24 catches for 424 yards and nine scores that season ... helped the Big Red to a regional title and a state runner-up finish in 2008 ... Steubenville went 12-2 and won a regional title during his senior season ... also a four-year letterwinner in track.   Personal: Sage Cutri ... birthday is April 18 ... son of Tracey and Rocco Cutri, Jr. ... youngest of four children.

As A Freshman (2010): Redshirted the season.

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As A Redshirt Freshman (2010): Saw action in five games for Fairmont State … made career debut against Notre Dame College (9/11) … recorded a tackle against UNC Pembroke (10/16).

Eric Elliott R-Fr., DB, 5-10, 175 Mannington, W.Va./North Marion

As A Freshman (2009): Redshirted the season.

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Personal: Anthony Michael Domico … son of Sandra Jo and Thomas Dale Domico … born June 25, 1991 … one of three children … majoring in exercise science.

R-Fr., WR, 6-1, 185 Fairmont, W.Va./Fairmont Senior * Academic Achievement Award

Year GP Rec Yards TD Avg/C Avg/G Long 2010 11 25 325 3 13.0 29.5 53

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Before Fairmont State: Local product playing under coach J.L. Abbott at Fairmont Senior HS ... helped the Polar Bears to state semifinals as a sophomore and back to the playoffs as a senior ... first team All-NCAC as a senior ... two-time all-league honorable mention.

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As A Freshman (2010): Redshirted the season.

Before Fairmont State: Second team All-NCAC at North Marion ... caught 26 balls for 575 yards and two touchdowns as a senior ... also rushed 10 times for 107 yards ... as a junior, caught 20 passes for 350 yards ... earned all-conference honorable mention honors that season ... member of SADD and Bible Club.

Falcon 86 As A Freshman (2010): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: All-time leading receiver in school history ... two-time All-Mon Valley pick ... first team all-NCAC and all-state as a senior after catching 64 passes for 1,004 yards and 13 touchdowns ... helped lead the Polar Bears to a 10-2 record and a conference title ... had 40 catches for 700 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior ... named all-state honorable mention ... finished his career with 121 receptions, 1,845 yards and 19 touchdowns.

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Before Fairmont State: Three-year letterman for coach Bruce Carey at Bridgeport ... two-time all-conference selection ... offensive team captain as a senior ... also earned all-county and all-state honors ... helped the Indians to a 12-1 record and the state semifinals as a senior.

As A Junior (2010): One of the top targets for FSU catching 25 passes for 325 yards and three touchdowns … started all 11 games for the Falcons … averaged 13 yards per catch … 18 of his 25 catches went for first down, including nine on third down … three catches for 28 yards in debut against Clarion (9/2) … three more catches for 33 yards against Notre Dame College (9/11) … three catches for 42 yards, including a 24-yard grab, at Shepherd (9/18) … season-high four catches for 49 yards at home against West Liberty (9/30) … touchdown reception against Charleston (10/9) … hauled in a 12yard touchdown reception in a win over WV Wesleyan (10/23) … three catches for 36 yards and one touchdown against Seton Hill (10/30) … three catches for a season-high 71 yards at Concord (11/6) … had a season-long 53 yard reception against the Mountain Lions … two catches for 32 yards in a victory over WV State (11/13). Before Fairmont State: Played two seasons at West Hills Community College in California ... caught 18 passes for 321 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman ... caught 11 passes for 210 yards as a sophomore ... three-year letterman at Cross Creek High School ... twotime first team all-region selection ... three-time all-area honorable mention honoree ... caught 36 passes for 727 yards and one score as a senior ... 18 catches for 483 yards as a junior ... caught 15 balls for 244 yards and a pair of scores as a sophomore ... helped team to first winning season and playoff berth in 2005.

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Personal: Chris Furbee ... birthday is July 5 ... son of Debra and Carl Furbee ... majoring in education.

Jordan Greathouse Jr., DE, 6-5, 245 Stow, Ohio/Stow Munroe Falls * Academic Achievement Award

Falcon 90 As A Sophomore (2010): Saw action in all 11 games on the defensive line and on special teams … recorded 15 tackles (six solo) … four tackles (two solo) at Clarion (9/2) … three total tackles in a win over Notre Dame College (9/11) … two total stops at UNC Pembroke (10/16).

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Before Fairmont State: Two-time all-conference honorable mention selection ... thee-year starter for coach Marty Tinkler at Stow-Munroe Falls ... two-time Willo-Security Player of the Week as a senior ... helped the Bulldogs to a 7-3 season in 2007 ... also a threeyear letterman in baseball ... two-time second team allconference baseball player ... led the team to two league titles. Personal: Jordan Greathouse … son of Barb Jaeb and David Greathouse … born Dec. 8, 1989 … majoring in business. Jordan Greathouse’s Career Statistics

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Sr., DB, 5-9, 155 Upper Marlboro, Md./Frederick Douglas

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Before Fairmont State: Four-year letterman for coach John Lilly at Woodrow Wilson ... second team allconference selection ... helped lead the Flying Eagles to a 9-1 record and a top ranking in the state as a sophomore ... also lettered in wrestling and took fourth place.

Matt Griffin Jr., RB, 5-8, 180 Clarksburg, W.Va./Liberty * Academic Achievement Award

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Personal: Aaron Lee Fetty ... birthday is Jan. 29 ... one of four children.

Personal: Eric Joseph Elliott ... birthday is April 20 ... son of Linda and Randy Elliott ... one of four children ... majoring in engineering.

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Personal: Nicholas Blaine Gwinn … son of Joyce Poland Gwinn and Randy Gwinn … born Feb. 2, 1990 … one of two children … majoring in criminal justice.

Falcon 32 As A Sophomore (2010): Saw action in three games for the Falcons … had four carries … three carries against WV Wesleyan (10/23) … one rush for two yards against WV State (11/13).

As A Sophomore (2009): Played in 10 games and made two starts at cornerback for the Falcons … notched 14 solo tackles on the year and broke up three passes … three solo stops against Shepherd (9/12) … four total stops including one TFL in win over Glenville State (9/17) … four total tackles and broke up one pass against West Liberty (9/26) … three solo stops against UNC Pembroke (10/10) … broke up passes against Charleston (10/3) and Concord (10/31). As A Freshman (2008): Played in nine games and made one start … saw action on special teams … recorded five tackles on the year (four solo) … notched three solo stops and one assist against WV Wesleyan (10/25) … also broke up one pass against the Bobcats … recorded one solo stop against Concord (11/8).

As A Redshirt Freshman (2009): Played in eight games … had 10 carries for 52 yards on the season … rushed three times for 26 yards at Lake Erie (9/5) … pair of carries for eight yards vs. Glenville State (9/17) … five carries for 18 yards at West Liberty (9/26) … returned one kickoff for 13 yards at WV State (11/7).

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As A Freshman (2008): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: Two-time all-conference selection for coach Randy Gorby at Liberty ... first team all-county ... second team all-state selection ... was a three-time player of the week ... helped the Mountaineers to the state playoffs as a sophomore and junior ... rushed for 1,153 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior ... also caught 12 passes for 136 yards and a pair of scores ... recorded a school-record 97-yard touchdown.

As A Junior (2010): Played in all 11 games and made 10 starts … recorded 53 tackles on the year (39 solo) … broke up six passes … tallied one interception … opened the season with a career-best 10 total tackles (five solo) in a win over Clarion (9/2) … also tallied an interception against the Golden Eagles … broke up a pair of pases against Notre Dame College (9/11) … six total stops (five solo) at Shepherd (9/18) … three solo stops and two pass breakups at Glenville State (9/25) … four solo tackles and one assist vs. West Liberty (9/30) … four solo tackles and broke up a pass against WV Wesleyan (10/23) … six total tackles (four solo) in win over Seton Hill (10/30) … five solo tackles against Concord (11/6) … four total stops against WV State (11/13).

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Year GP UT AT Total INT Pass Def 2008 9 4 1 5 0 1 2009 10 14 4 18 0 3 2010 11 39 14 53 1 7 Total 30 57 19 76 1 11

Personal: Matthew Griffin … born Dec. 10, 1989 … son of Angie Elder and David Griffin … one of four children … majoring in education. Matt Griffin’s Career Statistics

Year GP Att Yds Avg. TD Long 2009 8 10 52 5.2 0 13 2010 3 4 -3 -0.8 0 2 Total 11 14 49 3.5 0 13

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As A Junior (2010): Played and started all 11 games at right tackle … one of the team’s most consistent and reliable offensive linemen … helped the team average 4.5 yards per carry and over 1,500 yards. As A Sophomore (2009): Played in eight games and made four starts … started at left guard and tackle.

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As A Freshman (2008): Played in 11 games and made 10 starts at left guard … graded out at 81% for the year … recorded 14 knockdowns and seven pancake blocks … part of an offensive line that allowed just 10 sacks on the entire year … helped FSU rush for over 2,000 yards, including 100-yard performances in nine of 11 games. Before Fairmont State: Offensive lineman for coach Marty Tinkler at Stow-Munroe Falls ... two-year letterman ... all-conference selection as a senior ... helped the Bulldogs to a 7-3 year as a senior after back-to-back 2-8 seasons. Personal: Patrick Halpin … son of Joe and Ann Halpin … born Jan. 9, 1990 … one of two children … majoring in history.

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Falcon 87 As A Junior (2010): Saw action in four games … did not record any statistics.

As A Junior (2010): All-WVIAC Honorable Mention selection on the defensive line … played in 11 games with 10 starts … recorded 26 tackles on the year (16 solo) … had six tackles for a loss and one sack … batted down three passes and forced one fumble … in on eight tackles, including one for a loss, in win over Clarion (9/2) … also knocked two passes against the Golden Eagles … forced a fumble in a win over Notre Dame College (9/11) … five total tackles (four solo), including one for a loss, at Glenville State (9/25) … batted down a pass against the Pioneers … solo tackles vs. Charleston (10/9), WV Wesleyan (10/23) and Seton Hill (10/30) … three solo tackles, including one for a loss, at Concord (11/6) … two solo tackles and one assisted tackle against WV State (11/13) … also notched a pair of tackles for a loss, including one sack against the Yellow Jackets. As A Sophomore (2009): Versatile defensive lineman … played in six games and made five starts … missed the start of the year with injury … made two tackles in debut against Charleston (10/3) … two solo tackles for a loss, including one sack, in win over Seton Hill (10/24) … four total stops against Concord (10/31) … six total tackles, including two for a loss, at WV State (11/7). As A Redshirt Freshman (2008): Started all 11 games at nose tackle … recorded 43 total tackles (15 solo) on the year … six total stops, including one sack, in win over Clarion (8/28) … three solo tackles against Lake Erie (9/6) … also recovered a fumble against the Storm … three assisted tackles, including one on a loss, against WV State (9/13) … four total stops against Shepherd (9/20) and Glenville State (9/25) … five tackles (two solo) against West Liberty (10/2) … six assisted tackles against Charleston (10/11) … four total stops, including one for a loss, against Concord (11/8). As A Freshman (2007): Redshirted the season.

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Frank Keenan Sr., PK, 5-10, 185 Byfleet, England * Academic Achievement Award * First Team All-WVIAC (2010)

Falcon 17 As A Junior (2010): First team All-WVIAC kicker … 8-10 on field goal attempts with a long of 41 yards … 38-41 on point-after tries … the 38 made PATs is third in school history … led the team with 62 points … averaged 58 yards per kickoff with two touchbacks … in on a tackle in debut against Clarion (9/2) … notched field goals against Notre Dame (9/11) and Shepherd (9/18) … perfect 3-3 on field goal attempts against West Liberty (9/30), including a season-best 41 yarder … also connected on both PAT attempts … named WVIAC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against the Hilltoppers … hit a 35-yarder against WV Wesleyan (10/23) and a 36-yarder against Seton Hill (10/30) … 1-2 at Concord, with miss coming from 50 yards into the wind … also helped execute an on-side kick against the Mountain Lions. Before Fairmont State: Joined Fairmont State in the spring of 2010 … accomplished Rugby player … rugby team MVP at Hampton School in London ... attended Durham University ... rugby club captain ... team was ranked eighth nationally. Personal: Frank Keenan … son of Sarah and John Keenan … born Nov. 11, 1985 … majoring in business … serves as the school’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) … actively involved in FSU’s awardwinning 2011 Community Engagement Initiative.

Falcon 84 As A Junior (2010): Served as the team’s primary holder for first team All-WVIAC kicker Frank Keenan … played in10 games. As A Sophomore (2009): Did not record any statistics.

Region 1 (2010) * First Team Football Gazette All-Super Region 1 (2010)

As A Freshman (2007): Redshirted the season.

As A Redshirt Junior (2010): First team All-WVIAC punter … also earned first team All-Super Region 1 by both Daktronics and Football Gazette … averaged 40.5 yards per punt – third best single season average in school history … ranked 23rd nationally … placed 16 of his 51 punts inside the 20-yard line (31 percent) … eight punts of 50 yards or more … dropped five of his eight punts inside the 20 in a win over Clarion (9/2) … averaged 43.5 yards per punt, including a 50-yard boot … was named WVIAC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against the Golden Eagles … three punts of 48.3 yards against Shepherd (9/18), including a 64-yarder … had two punts inside the 20 against the Rams … four punts for an average of 43.8 yards at Glenville State (9/25) … had a long of 53 against the Pioneers … placed two punts inside the 20 against West Liberty (9/30) … seven punts for an average of 42.9 at Charleston … placed three punts inside the 20 and matched his season-best with a 64-yard punt against the Golden Eagles … season-high nine punts at UNC Pembroke (10/16) … one 60-yard punt against Seton Hill (10/30) … put only punt against WV State (11/13) inside the 20.

Jake Kelly So., LB, 6-2, 215 Charleston, W.Va./Capital

Falcon 53 As A Redshirt Freshman (2010): Did not see action. As A Freshman (2009): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: First team All-Kanawha Valley and all-league pick as a senior at Capital ... also a second team all-state selection after amassing 120 tackles and 4.5 sacks ... helped the Cougars to a 10-2 record in 2008 ... led the team in tackles as a junior with 105 ... selected as a U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award winner ... senior class vice president. Personal: John B. Kelly … son of Elaine and John Kelly … born May 8, 1991 … one of two children.

Clay Krebs

As A Sophomore (2009): Played in eight games. As A Redshirt Freshman (2008): Saw action in two games.

So., OL, 6-4, 300 Point Pleasant, W.Va./Point Pleasant * Academic Achievement Award

As A Freshman (2007): Redshirted the season.

Falcon 67 As A Freshman (2010): Made an immediate impact playing in six games with five starts … started the final five games at left guard … team averaged 4.7 yards per carry in games he started.

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Sr., P, 6-3, 195 Johnstown, Pa. * Academic Achievement Award * All-WVIAC Honorable Mention (2007, 2008) * First Team All-WVIAC (2010) * First Team Daktronics All-Super

As A Redshirt Freshman (2008): Did not record any statistics.

Year FG/FGA Long PAT/A Pts KO Yds. Avg. 2010 8/10 41 38/41 62 58 3358 57.9

Before Fairmont State: Two-time first team all-state selection for coach David Darst at Point Pleasant HS ... two-time winner of the Jim White Outstanding Lineman Award ... twice named first team All-Cardinal Conference ... helped lead the Knights to state playoffs in back-toback seasons ... also lettered in baseball.

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GP No. Yds Long Avg. 11 61 2206 59 36.2 11 49 1762 52 36.0 11 51 2063 64 40.5 33 161 6031 64 37.5

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Frank Keenan’s Career Statistics

Before Fairmont State: Three-year letterman and two-time team captain ... recorded 319 total tackles in his career ... defensive team MVP ... first team Mid-Penn Conference at linebacker ... posted 111 total tackles as a senior ... also a second team tight end after making seven grabs for 114 yards and two touchdowns.

Personal: Clay Matthew Krebs ... son of Lisa and Troy Krebs ... uncle Terry Krebs played for Marshall (1976-77) and cousin Michael Siders played at Wake Forest (198992) ...majoring in pre-physical therapy.

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Ronnie Lockhart So., DB, 5-10, 180 Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Stranahan * Academic Achievement Award

Falcon 38 As A Redshirt Freshman (2010): Played in seven games and made one start … recorded eight tackles (seven solo) … made first career start at Clarion (9/2) … recorded solo tackles vs. West Liberty (9/30) and UNC Pembroke (10/16) … two solo stops in win over Seton Hill (10/30) … career-best four tackles (three solo) at Concord (11/6).

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As A Freshman (2009): Redshirted the season.

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Before Fairmont State: Three-sport athlete ... two-year letterwinner in football ... served as team captain ... also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Ronnie L. Lockhart II … son of Karen and Ronnie Lockhart … born Sept. 12, 1990 … one of four children … majoring in criminal justice. Ronnie Lockhart’s Career Statistics

As A Sophomore (2008): All-WVIAC honorable mention honoree as FSU’s punter … kicked 49 times with eight kicks inside the 20 yard line … also had four kicks of 50 yards or more … punted a season-high seven times at Clarion (8/28) and put four inside the 20 … six kicks against Lake Erie (9/6), including a season-best 52-yarder … averaged 45.5 yards on four punts against Shepherd (9/20) … also placed two kicks inside the 20 against the Rams … six punts for at nearly 40 yards per boot against West Liberty (10/2). As A Freshman (2007): Played in all 11 games for the Falcons … all-conference honorable mention special teams … averaged 36.2 yards per punt … placed 13 of 61 punts inside the 20 yard line … recorded season-long 59-yard punt against North Greenville (9/8). High School: Four-year letterman out of Greater Johnstown HS … all-area honorable mention as a junior … missed most of his senior season with a knee injury … scored 91 points … averaged 42 yards per punt as a junior … also lettered two seasons in basketball and track. Personal: Benjamin Landis … born March 22, 1989 … one of four children … business marketing major.

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Sean Marion Jr., TE, 6-2, 220 Bridgeport, W.Va./Bridgeport * Academic Achievement Award Winner

Falcon 89 As A Sophomore (2010): Saw action in nine games and made three starts … recorded seven catches for 79 yards … four of the seven catches went for first downs … two catches for 18 yards against Notre Dame College (9/11) … two catches 16 yards against Glenville State (9/25) … two receptions for 26 yards at Charleston (10/9) … 19-yard catch at UNC Pembroke (10/16). As A Redshirt Freshman (2009): Played in 10 games … recorded nine catches for 112 yards … seven of his nine catches went for first downs … four catches for 47 yards in debut vs. Clarion (8/27) … one catch for 12 yards vs. UNC Pembroke (10/10) … also recorded catches against WV Wesleyan (10/17), Seton Hill (10/24) Concord (10/31) and WV State (11/7). As A Freshman (2008): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: Two-time all-county and All-Big 10 selection at Bridgeport under coach Bruce Carey ... earned special honorable mention all-state ... led the Indians to a 28-6 record in his three seasons ...

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Fighting Falcons helped capture a conference title in 2006 ... hauled in six touchdowns and 300 yards receiving as a senior ... recorded 45 tackles and five sacks on the defensive side of the ball in his final season. Personal: Sean Wesley Marion … son of Margie and Thomas Marion … born April 21, 1989 … one of four children … majoring in criminal justice. Sean Marion’s Career Statistics

Year GP Rec. Yds. TD Long 2009 10 9 112 0 18 2010 9 7 79 0 19 Total 19 16 191 0 19

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Jr., FS, 6-2, 205 Ranson, W.Va./Jefferson * Academic Achievement Award * First Team All-WVIAC (2009, 2010) Falcon 21 * First Team Football Gazette All-Super Region 1 (2010) * Second Team Daktronics All-Super Region 1 (2010) * Honorable Mention Football Gazette All-America (2010) * Second Team CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 (2010)

As A Sophomore (2010): Defensive playmaker as a safety … excellent combination of size, speed and strength … first team All-WVIAC pick … also earned first team All-Super Region 1 and All-America honorable mention recognition from Football Gazette … second team Daktronics All-Super Region 1 … second team Academic All-District 2 honoree … third on the team in tackles with 69 (46 solo) … 17th in the WVIAC in total tackles per game (6.3) … fifth in the conference in passes defended per game (1.09) … picked off three passes and returned them for 156 yards … established a new school record for career interception return yards (317) … eight tackles and broke up two passes against Clarion (9/2) … two solo tackles and broke up a pass against Notre Dame College (9/11) … four solo tackles, including one for a loss, at Shepherd (9/18) … 10 total tackles (nine solo), including one for a loss against Glenville State (9/25) … also picked off a pass at the one-yard line to prevent a Pioneer score and returned it 31 yards in the second quarter … picked off another pass in the end zone, this time against West Liberty (9/30), and had an electrifying 85-yard return down the sideline … also broke up two passes and finished with six solo tackles against the Hilltoppers … five solo tackles, including one for a loss, against Charleston (10/9) … season-high 11 total tackles (seven solo) at UNC Pembroke (10/16) … also broke up a pair of passes against the Braves … broke up a pair of passes and had three solo stops in a win over WV Wesleyan (10/23) … five tackles in a win over Seton Hill (10/30) … four tackles (three solo), including one for a loss, and one interception at Concord (11/6) … also had one interception and returned it 39 yards to establish the new FSU record for career interception return yards against the Mountain Lions … four solo tackles and two assists in season-ending victory against WV State (11/13). As A Freshman (2009): Proved to be one of the top freshmen in the league and provided an immediate impact for the Falcons … first team All-WVIAC selection

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… set a new school record with 161 interception return yards in a single season … picked off five passes on the year and returned one for a touchdown … broke up five passes on the year … compiled 28 solo tackles and eight assisted tackles … forced three fumbles and recovered one … picked off a pass in his debut against Clarion (8/27) … one pick and three tackles against Shepherd (9/12) … huge game against Glenville State (9/17) with seven tackles (six solo), one interception, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one pass breakup … returned the interception 85 yards for a touchdown against the Pioneers – the third longest INT return in school history … named WVIAC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance against GSC … eight total stops (six solo) against West Liberty … also intercepted a pass and returned it 56 yards against the ‘Toppers … five tackles and a forced fumble against UNC Pembroke (10/10) … three tackles and PBU vs. WV Wesleyan (10/17) … picked off a pass and returned it 20 yards in win over Seton Hill (10/24) … six solo tackles, including two for a loss, against Concord (10/31) … forced a fumble against the Mountain Lions … two solo tackles and broke up two passes against WV State (11/7). Before Fairmont State: Three-year letterwinner for coach Richard Mills at Jefferson HS ... three-time allconference and all-area pick ... team MVP as a junior and senior ...Martinsburg Journal Defensive Player of the Year as a junior ... has 17 career interceptions and over 1,500 yards and 22 touchdowns rushing ... also lettered in basketball and track ... won state championships in the high jump and as a member of the 4x100 relay.

Jon McNemar Jr., OL, 6-7, 305 Charlton Heights, W.Va./Valley Fayette * Academic Achievement Award

Falcon 69 As A Sophomore (2010): Saw action in two games for the Falcons … played against Notre Dame College (9/11) and WV Wesleyan (10/23). As A Redshirt Freshman (2009): Played in three games and made three starts at right tackle. As A Freshman (2008): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: Four-year letterman for coach Benny Hopkins at Valley ... also lettered two years in basketball and two in baseball. Personal: Jonathan McNemar … son of Susan and Ralph McNemar … one of two children … undecided major.

Logan Moore

Personal: Dewey McDonald … born June 10, 1990 … majoring in sports management and finance. Dewey McDonald’s Career Statistics

Year GP UT AT Total TFL Pass Def INT/Yds FF FR 2009 11 28 8 36 2 10 5/161 3 1 2010 11 46 23 69 5 12 3/156 0 0 Total 22 74 31 105 7 22 8/317 3 1

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accounted for four touchdowns to help the Falcons knock off No. 25 WV Wesleyan (10/23) … threw for 121 yards and three scores and rushed for 120 on nine carries and a score vs. the Bobcats … 14-20 for 303 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Seton Hill (10/30) … became the first quarterback in over seven years to pass for 300 yards … also rushed for a touchdown against the Griffins … posted an effiency rating of 253.26 for the game – the highest by any QB in the WVIAC for a single game in 2011 … named WVIAC Player of the Week for his performance against SHU … 14-29 for 167 yards and three interceptions against Concord (11/6) … rushed for a touchdown against the Mountain Lions … 15-25 for 206 yards with four touchdowns and three picks in a win over WV State (11/13). Before Fairmont State: All-time leading passer in school history ... passed for 2,572 yards and 31 touchdowns as a senior ... also rushed for 609 yards and 11 scores ... led the Polar Bears to a 10-2 record and an NCAC title ... NCAC Player of the Year ... first team all-state quarterback ... WBOY Athlete of the Year ... as a junior, threw for 2,082 yards and 21 touchdowns ... also rushed for 271 yards and two scores ... second team all-state pick ... finished his career with 6,286 yards and 68 touchdowns ... also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Logan Ryan Moore ... birthday is Feb. 19 ... youngest of three children ... majoring in engineering.  Logan Moore’s Career Statistics

Year GP C-A-I Yds TD Long Rushes Yds TD Tot Off 2010 11 141-277-13 1,874 18 62 75 352 5 2,226

So., QB, 5-11, 185 Fairmont, W.Va./Fairmont Senior *Academic Achievement Award * WVIAC Offensive Freshman of the Year (2010) * All-WVIAC Honorable Mention (2010)

As A Freshman (2010): Engineered one of the top seasons for a freshman quarterback in school history … WVIAC Offensive Freshman of the Year … threw for 1,874 yards and 18 touchdowns … the 1,874 passing yards rank 10th for a single season in school history … the 18 TDs rank sixth-most in school history for a single season … also rushed for 352 yards and five touchdowns … had 2,226 yards of total offense on the year (sixth-most in a single season at FSU) … second in NCAA Division II among freshman in total offense per game (200.91) … accounted for a touchdown in nine of 11 games … had five games of at least two TD passes, including a pair of four-touchdown passing games … 22 passes went for 20 yards or more … picked off just 13 times on the year … started and went 8-17 for 69 yards in opener against Clarion (9/2) … had a strong appearance in home debut against Notre Dame College (9/11) connecting on 16-of-23 passes for 202 yards and a touchdown … first pass attempt at Duvall-Rosier Field went for a 62-yard touchdown to Perry Baker … also added 56 yards and a touchdown on the ground against NDC … went 11-25 for 151 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions at Shepherd (9/18) … one rushing touchdown and 167 yards passing at Glenville State (9/25) … 11-33 for 163 yards with one TD and one INT against West Liberty (9/30) … first three TD game of his career against Charleston (10/9) … was 18-31 for 216 yards with 37 yards on the ground against the Golden Eagles … 10-18 for 109 yards with two interceptions against UNC Pembroke (10/16) …

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Fighting Falcons (16 solo) … picked of two passes and returned one for a touchdown … credited with four pass breakups on the year … eight tackles (five solo) and broke up one pass in opener vs. Clarion (8/27) … knocked down a pass against Lake Erie (9/5) … picked off the first pass attempt of the game and returned it 39 yards for a touchdown vs. Glenville State (9/17) … also picked off another pass later in the game against the Pioneers … four solo tackles against Charleston (10/3) … six total stops (four solo) and one pass breakup against UNC Pembroke (10/10) … also notched a tackle for a loss against the Braves. At Fairmont State (2008-11): Played three seasons for the FSU basketball team … joined the football team in the spring of 2009. Before Fairmont State: Four-year letterman for Coach Bob Starkey … led the Cougars to two regional championships … led the team in assists in each of his four seasons … also lettered three years in football and track … ran for 1,693 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior and earned all-state honors.

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As A Freshman (2010): Redshirted the season … Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year. Before Fairmont State: Four-year letterman at Fleming Island ... caught a team-high 40 passes as a senior for 433 yards ... scored five touchdowns ... named first team all-county ... helped lead the Eagles to a 10-3 record and a state playoff run ... also lettered in track where he won a conference championship. Personal: Erem Okey Ntui ... son of Ofel and Emmanuel Ntui ... parents were college athletes ... one of two children ... majoring in civil engineering. Intro

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Year GP UT AT Total Pass Def INT/Yds 2009 10 16 9 25 6 2/39 2010 11 25 18 43 10 4/202 Total 21 41 27 68 16 6/241

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Jr., WR, 5-11, 185 Miami, Fla./American (Florida State) * Academic Achievement Award

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Personal: Tim Orange … birthday is July 24 … cousin Snoop Minis played at Florida State from 1996-2000 … majoring in sports management.

David Pack Sr., LB, 6-2, 235 Charleston, W.Va./Capital (Antelope Valley)

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As A Junior (2010): Played in seven games and made one start … recorded 24 tackles (14 solo) … had one tackle for a loss … two solo tackles and six assists in win at Clarion (9/2) … also broke up a pass against the Golden Eagles … seven total tackles (five solo), including one for a loss, in win over Notre Dame (9/11) … three solo stops at Glenville State (9/18) … pair of tackles against West Liberty (9/30) and WV State (11/13).

Ryland Newman

As A Sophomore (2009): Played in 10 games and made five starts at corner back … recorded 25 tackles

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Before Fairmont State: Transfer from Florida State … will have two years of eligibility left ... three-year starter … earned All-Dade County honorable mention honors during his junior and senior seasons ... team captain as a senior … also a standout member of the track and field team qualifying for the regional finals in the 300-meter hurdles.

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Sr., DB, 5-11, 185 Ranson, W.Va./Jefferson * Second Team All-WVIAC (2010)

R-Fr., WR, 6-4, 175 Orange Park, Fla./Fleming Island *Academic Achievement Award

Personal: Ryland Newman … born March 23, 1988 … son of Curtis and Annette Jones … second of three children … majoring in physical education.

Ryland Newman

As A Junior (2010): Second team All-WVIAC selection … tied for the team lead with four interceptions … returned those four picks for a school-record 202 yards and a pair of touchdowns … finished the year with 43 total tackles (25 solo) … 11 total tackles (five solo), including one for a loss, at Clarion (9/2) … also produced a game-changing interception for a touchdown in the third quarter against that helped spark FSU’s rally against the Golden Eagles … named WVIAC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance against Clarion … four tackles and one pass breakup against Shepherd (9/18) … two solo stops and one PBU at Glenville State (9/25) … two tackles and one interception returned for 18 yards against Charleston (10/9) … also broke up another pass against UC … two solo tackles and one 85-yard interception return for a touchdown in a win over No. 25 WV Wesleyan (10/23) … fourth-longest interception return in school history … broke up another pass against the Bobcats … three total tackles (two solo) and one interception return for 45 yards in the fourth quarter against Seton Hill (10/30) … season-best six solo tackles against Concord (11/6) … three tackles and one PBU in win over WV State (11/13).

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Before Fairmont State: Two-year letterwinner at Capital High ... first team all-state as a senior ... recorded 73 total tackles last season at Antelope Valley Junior College ... also had four sacks and 17 tackles for a loss ... forced four fumbles and recorded one interception for the Marauders … also an all-state baseball pick in high school.

As A Freshman (2007): Redshirted the season.

David Pack’s Career Statistics

Year GP UT AT Total TFL Sacks Int Pass Def 2009 11 41 27 68 4 1 1 3 2010 7 14 10 24 1 0 0 1 Total 18 55 37 92 5 1 1 4

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As A Redshirt Freshman (2008): Played in eight games for Fairmont State … saw action at receiver and on special teams … caught two passes for eight yards and one touchdown … hauled in a six-yard TD pass on a fade against Lake Erie (9/6) … caught a pass for a twopoint conversion against Shepherd (9/20).

Before Fairmont State: Big, athletic target for coach Bill Haddox at East Fairmont ... two-time All-NCAC, AllMon Valley and all-state ... also played in the NorthSouth All Star game ... caught 30 balls for 617 yards as a senior ... led the state in TD receptions with 16 ... also scored 100 points for the Bees ... finished his career with 17 touchdown receptions and 974 yards ... also lettered three seasons in basketball and was a two-time first team all-conference pick ... earned all-state honorable mention honors.

Personal: David Pack … majoring in mechanical engineering.

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So., WR, 5-9, 175 Tallahassee, Fla./Godby *Academic Achievement Award

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Personal: Derek Anthony Sevier ... born Oct. 21 ... son of Cindy Stoller and Eric Sevier ... majoring in exercise science.

Sr., DE, 6-1, 235 Mt. Clare, W.Va./Bridgeport * Academic Achievement Award Winner

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13 rushes for 62 yards in win over WV Wesleyan (10/25) … averaged five yards per carry (five rushes, 25 yards) against Concord (11/8).

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Falcon 31 As A Junior (2010): Played in nine games with four starts … rushed 11 times for 60 yards and two touchdowns … also caught two passes for 26 yards and a touchdown … electrifying 33-yard touchdown run shedding numerous tacklers against Clarion (9/2) … rushed once for 10 yards against Notre Dame College (9/11) … three carries for seven yards against Shepherd (9/18) … one catch for nine yards against Glenville State (9/25) … hauled in a 17-yard touchdown pass against WV Wesleyan (10/23) … rushed twice for five yards and score against Concord (11/6). As A Sophomore (2009): Bruising running back who can also block and catch out of the backfield … also a key blocker on kick returns … played in all 11 games and rushed for 154 yards and one touchdown … six carries for 26 yards in opener against Clarion (8/27) … three catches for 40 yards at Lake Erie (9/5) … four carries for 40 yards, including a long run of 23, in win over Glenville State (9/17) … 19 yards on four carries in win over WV Wesleyan (10/17) … four carries for 34 yards and a touchdown vs. Seton Hill (10/24) … five carries for 27 against Concord (10/31) … two catches for 33 yards at WV State (11/7). As A Freshman (2008): Played in all 11 games and rushed for 324 yards and one touchdown … rushed four times for 29 yards against Clarion (8/28) … season-high 14 carries for 87 yards in return home at Shepherd (9/20) … also rumbled for a 27-yard touchdown and returned a kick for 25 yards against the Rams … eight carries for 48 yards against Charleston (10/11) … nine carries for 48 yards with a long of 21 against St. Joseph’s (10/18) …

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Before Fairmont State: Two-time first team all-state at Berkeley Springs … four-year letterman for coach Angelo Luvara … as a sophomore rushed for 500 yards and two touchdowns … as a junior rushed for 1,012 yards and 17 touchdowns … as a senior rushed for 1,750 yards and 24 touchdowns … also a four-year letterman in track and wrestling … state champion in wrestling as a junior. Personal: Cody Junior Reed … born March 20, 1989 … son of Joy and Phil Reed … one of two children. Cody Reed’s Career Statistics

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Personal: Nicholas Schrader … son of Mindy Hicks and Steve Schrader … born Dec. 3, 1990 … majoring in criminal justice.

Jr., WR, 5-10, 195 Moundsville, W.Va./John Marshall * Academic Achievement Award

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As A Freshman (2009): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: Two-time first team all-district and all-county selection ... earned all-state honorable mention on two occasions ... piled up 90 tackles and eight sacks as a senior ... helped the Pioneers to the playoffs in each of his three seasons, including a runnerup finish in 2006.

Mark Sampson’s Career Stats

Year GP Rec. Yds. TD Long 2008 8 2 8 1 6 2009 11 1 31 0 31 2010 9 0 0 0 0 Total 28 3 39 1 31

As A Redshirt Freshman (2010): Full-time starter on Falcon 65 the offensive line … started at center in all 11 FSU games … part of the offensive line that helped average 4.5 yards per carry.

Year GP Att Yds Avg. TD Long 2008 11 65 324 5.0 1 27 2009 11 31 154 5.0 1 23 2010 9 11 60 5.5 2 33 Total 31 107 538 5.0 4 33

As A Sophomore (2010): Played in five games and made one start … two catches for 16 yards on the year … caught one pass for eight yards against Notre Dame College (9/11) … also hauled in an eight-yard pass against Charleston (10/9) … started against UNC Pembroke (10/16).

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Sr., WR, 6-5, 235 Fairmont, W.Va./East Fairmont * Academic Achievement Award

As A Junior (2010): Played in nine games … key to the special teams unit serving as the team’s primary longsmapper.

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Chris Stanton Jr., LB, 6-0, 235 Clarksburg, W.Va./Notre Dame (Shepherd) * Academic Achievement Award

Falcon 45 As A Sophomore (2010): Played in nine games … nine total tackles (eight solo) … two stops against Notre Dame (9/11) … two solo tackles at Shepherd (9/18) … solo tackles against West Liberty (9/30) and Charleston (10/9) … pair of stops in a win over WV Wesleyan (10/23) … one solo tackle against WV State (11/13). As A Freshman (2009): Played in eight games for the Falcons … recorded tackles against Glenville State (9/17) and West Liberty (9/26). Chris Stanton’s Career Statistics

Year GP UA AT Total 2009 8 2 0 2 2010 9 8 1 9 Total 17 10 1 11

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As A Freshman (2010): Strong freshman season playing in 10 games and making nine starts as a slot wide receiver … second on the team in receptions (27) and yards (418) … finished the year with two touchdown receptions … six catches of 20 yards or more … first career catch against Shepherd (9/18) for eight yards … four catches for 86 yards at Glenville State (9/25), including one grab for 44 yards … one catch for 10 yards vs. West Liberty (9/30) … season-high five catches for 58 yards against Charleston (10/9) … two catches for 41 yards, including a 35-yard reception, at UNC Pembroke (10/16) … four receptions for 27 yards in a win over No. 25 WV Wesleyan (10/23) … three catches for a careerbest 101 yards and a touchdown against Seton Hill (10/30) … produced a season-high 58-yard reception against the Griffins … four catches for 37 yards at Concord (11/6) … three catches, including a 37-yard yard grab and a 17-yard touchdown reception, in season finale against WV State (11/13).

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Personal: Brandon Terrell Tucker … son of Jennifer Tucker and Anthony Johnson … born Mar. 10, 1991 … one of three children … majoring in business.

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As A Sophomore (2010): Earned All-WVIAC honorable mention honors … started all 11 games and recorded 48 total tackles (30 solo) … led the team with 13 tackles for a loss … ranked 11th in the WVIAC for TFL per game (1.18) … finished the year with three sacks … also produced one interception and broke up a pair of passes … 11 total tackles (eight solo) in win at Clarion (9/2) … two solo stops, both for a loss, at Shepherd (9/18) … big game at Glenville State with six total tackles (five solo), including four TFL and a pair of sacks … also produced first career interception against the Pioneers … three total stops and broke up a pass against West Liberty (9/30) … four total tackles, including one for a loss, at UNC Pembroke (10/16) … four tackles and three assists in a win over WV Wesleyan (10/23) … also produced a TFL against the Bobcats … seven total tackles (four solo), including three tackles for a loss, at Concord (11/6) … one oslo tackle for a loss and a pass breakup vs. WV State (11/13). As A Freshman (2009): Played in all 11 games with six starts for the Falcons … 15 tackles (11 solo) on the year … recovered one fumble … season-high five tackles (four solo) against Lake Erie (9/5) … four solo tackles against Concord (10/31) … also recovered a fumble against the Mountain Lions. Before Fairmont State: Came to FSU from powerful Morgantown High School and coach John Bowers ... caught eight passes for five touchdowns as a senior ... also picked up 595 yards on 90 carries and seven touchdowns ... as a defensive back, recorded 72 tackles and picked off a pair of passes ... helped the Mohigans to state semifinals in 2008 ... also a member of three NCAC championship teams ... two-time all-conference and allstate selection ... father played at Fairmont State. Personal: Daniel Strosnider … son of Karla and Ed Strosnider … one of two children … born Nov. 27, 1990 … majoring in education. Daniel Strosnider’s Career Statistics

Year GP UT AT Total TFL Sacks FR INT Pass Def 2009 11 11 4 15 0 0 1 0 0 2010 11 30 18 48 13 2 0 1 3 Total 22 41 22 63 13 2 1 1 3

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Year GP UT AT Total TFL Sacks INT 2008 9 8 5 13 2 1 0 2009 8 7 4 11 1 0 0 2010 7 3 2 5 0 0 1 Total 24 18 11 29 3 1 1

Tyler Thompson R-Fr., OL, 6-2, 285 Madison, W.Va./Scott * Academic Achievement Award

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As A Sophomore (2010): Played in five games before his season was cut short due to injury … finished the year with tackles (four solo) and one pass breakup … in on two stops and broke up a pass in a win over Clarion (9/2) … solo stop vs. Notre Dame College (9/11) … three total tackles (two solo) at Glenville State … in on two tackles vs. West Liberty (9/30). As A Freshman (2009): Played 11 games and made four starts as a true freshman … recorded 36 tackles (23 solo) on the year … picked off two passes and broke up three others … six total tackles at Lake Erie (9/5) … also intercepted a pass and blocked a kick against the Storm … pair of stops, including one for a loss, against Shepherd (9/12) … three solo tackles and broke up a pass against West Liberty (9/26) … two solo tackles and an interception in win over WV Wesleyan (10/17) … returned the pick 10 yards against the Bobcats … five solo tackles and broke up a pass against Seton Hill (10/24) … six total tackles and a pass break up against Concord (10/31) … also returned a blocked extra point for two points against the Mountain Lions … five tackles against WV State (11/7). Before Fairmont State: NCAC Player of the Year for coach John Kelley at University High ... recorded 52 tackles and picked off three passes as a senior leading the Hawks to the conference championship ... also rushed for 1,050 and 18 touchdowns ... two-time first team all-state selection ... three-time All-NCAC honoree ... helped the Hawks to two appearances in the state playoffs.

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As A Junior (2010): Played in seven games … five total tackles and one interception on the season … two total tackles and an interception against Clarion (9/2) … returned fourth quarter interception for 14 yards that helped lead to a game-sealing touchdown against the Golden Eagles … one solo stop vs. WV Wesleyan (10/23) … in on two stops against Seton Hill (10/30). As A Sophomore (2009): Played in eight games and made two starts … notched five tackles including one for a loss at Lake Erie (9/5) … five solo tackles, forced a fumble and broke up a pass at West Liberty (9/26). As A Redshirt Freshman (2008): Saw action in nine games and made one start … recorded 13 total tackles (eight solo) … two solo stops against West Liberty (10/2) … season-high four total tackles against St. Joseph’s (10/18) … two solo tackles, including one sack for a loss of 10 yards, against WV Wesleyan (10/25) … three total tackles (two solo), including one TFL against Seton Hill (11/1). As A Freshman (2007): Redshirted the season. Before High School: Rushed for 1,273 yards and 11 touchdowns at Patuxent HS … second team Washington Post All-Met linebacker as well … Southern Maryland Athletic Conference (SMAC) and Patuxent County Player of the Year … also all-county running back and linebacker … first team All-SMAC … all-state linebacker. Personal: Brian Turner … born Sept. 29, 1988 … son of Michelle Thomas … majoring in criminal justice.

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high 12 total tackles (seven solo) in a win over WV State (11/13) … also picked off a pass and recorded a TFL against the Yellow Jackets. As A Sophomore (2009): All-WVIAC honorable mention selection for the second-straight year … second on the team in solo tackles with 49 … finished the year with 68 total stops … second on the team with eight tackles for a loss … intercepted three passes and broke up three others … seven tackles (four solo) against Clarion (8/27) … nine total stops at Lake Erie (9/5) … seven solo tackles and blocked a kick against Shepherd (9/12) … intercepted a pair of passes in win over Glenville State (9/17) … returned those interceptions for a total of 68 yards against the Pioneers … six tackles, including one for a loss, against West Liberty (9/26) … nine total stops (seven solo) against Charleston (10/3) … five tackles and broke up one pass vs. UNC Pembroke (10/10) … five tackles (four solo), including two for a loss, in win over Seton Hill (10/24) … also intercepted a pass against the Griffins … four solo tackles and one TFL against Concord (10/31) … season-high 11 total tackles at WV State (11/7) … also registered three tackles for a loss against the Yellow Jackets. As A Redshirt Freshman (2008): One of the team’s top tacklers … 80 total stops on the year (43 solo) … also recorded seven tackles for a loss and a pair of sacks … recovered a team-best five fumbles … knocked down five passes on the year and recorded one interception … five solo tackles, including one TFL, against Clarion (8/28) … also forced and recovered a fumble against the Golden Eagles … nine total tackles and one sack against Lake Erie (9/6) … also intercepted a pass and returned it 13 yards against the Storm … eight total tackles against WV State (9/13), including a TFL, and recovered one

fumble … three solo tackles and one TFL in win over Shepherd (9/20) … also batted down two passes and recovered a fumble against the Rams … five solo tackles on way to nine total stops against Glenville (9/25) … broke up a pass and recovered a fumble against the Pioneers … five more solo tackles against West Liberty (10/2) … nine total stops against Charleston (10/11) … nine total stops against WV Wesleyan (10/25) … recorded two TFLs, including one sack, in the shutout victory over the Bobcats … six solo tackles, including one for a loss, against Concord (11/8) … also forced and recovered a fumble against the Mountain Lions. As A Freshman (2007): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: Two-year letterman at T.L. Hanna High ... made 47 tackles as a junior in four games ... also returned two interceptions for a touchdown, and blocked a punt for a TD ... in his senior season with the Yellow Jackets, piled up 110 tackles ... picked off three passes ... also notched five sacks ... All-Upstate honorable mention ... team captain ... nominated for the North-South All-Star game ... led T.L. Hanna to a region title. Personal: Gregory James Underwood ... born Oct. 20, 1989 ... son of Kim Underwood ... majoring in business management. Year GP UT AT Total TFL Sacks Pass Def INT FF FR Blk 2008 11 43 37 80 7 2 6 1 2 5 0 2009 11 49 19 68 8 0 6 3 0 0 1 2010 11 64 29 93 3 0 12 4 1 0 2 Total 33 156 85 241 18 2 24 8 3 5 3

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Sr., DB, 6-0, 200 Anderson, S.C./T.L. Hanna * Academic Achievement Award * First Team All-WVIAC (2010) * Third Team Football Gazette All-Super Region I (2010) * First Team Lindy’s Preseason

As A Junior (2010): First team All-WVIAC honoree … third team Football Gazette All-Super Region I pick … led the team in total tackles (93) … led the team and WVIAC in solo tackles (64) … third in the WVIAC in tackles per game (8.5) … came up with three tackles for a loss … picked off four passes … fifth in the WVIAC in passes defended per game (1.09) … six total tackles and broke up a pair of passes at Clarion (9/2) … four solo stops and one interception in a win over Notre Dame College (9/11) … six total tackles (four solo) and an interception at Shepherd (9/18) … 10 total tackles (eight solo), including one for a loss, vs. Glenville State (9/25) … also broke up a pair of passes against the Pioneers … six solo tackles, five assists and a PBU against West Liberty (9/30) … season-high nine solo tackles against Charleston (10/9) … also in on two other tackles against the Golden Eagles … eight tackles (six solo) vs. UNC Pembroke (10/16) … in on seven tackles (six solo) to help lead FSU to a win over No. 25 WV Wesleyan (10/23) … also broke up two passes and forced a fumble against the Bobcats … six solo stops and three assists vs. Seton Hill (10/30) … notched a TFL and also blocked a kick against the Griffins … in on eight tackles and picked up an interception against Concord (11/6) … season-

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Ryan Watts’ Career Statistics

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As A Redshirt Freshman (2010): Hard working player who continued to rise up the depth chart … played in seven games and started the final four games of the season … finished the year second in rushing with 353 yards on 72 carries … averaged 4.9 yards per carry … also scored a pair of touchdowns … reliable receiver out of the backfield with 12 catches for 62 yards … came off the bench to lead the team in rushing with 64 yards on 15 carries at UNC Pembroke (10/16) … also caught a pair of passes for nine yards vs. the Braves … 11 carries for 28 yards and three catches for 19 yards in first career start against WV Wesleyan (10/23) … rushed 14 times for 75 yards and had three catches for 12 yards in a win over Seton Hill (10/30) … 14 carries for 48 yards and two catches for five yards at Concord (11/6) … season-high 18 carries for 138 yards and two scores to help the Falcons romp over WV State (11/13) … day also included a season-long 41-yard carry against the Yellow Jackets … contributed a pair of receptions for 16 yards in the victory. As A Freshman (2009): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: First team all-state selection as a senior at Grafton under the direction of coach Mark Yoho ... helped the Bearcats to the state title after rushing for 1,680 yards and 24 touchdowns ... rushed for 276 yards and four TDs in state title game and named MVP ... two-time first team all-conference pick ... also lettered in basketball and baseball earning allconference recognition in each.  Personal: James Damon Waters … son of Jamie Rappold and James Waters … one of three children … born Sept. 13, 1990 … majoring in accounting. Damon Waters’ Career Statistics

Year GP Att Yds TDs Rec Yds TDs 2010 7 72 353 2 12 62 0

Ryan Watts So., LB, 6-0, 195 Morgantown, W.Va./University * Academic Achievement Award

Falcon 58 As A Redshirt Freshman (2010): Played in nine games and made one start … recorded 26 total tackles (22 solo) … in on two stops, including one for a loss, at Clarion (9/2) … two solo tackles in a win over Notre Dame College (9/11) … three solo stops at Shepherd (9/18) … five total tackles (four solo) at Charleston (10/9) … five solo stops and broke up a pass in a win over WV Wesleyan (10/23) … three solo tackles in a win over Seton Hill (10/30) … in on four tackles (three solo)

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Matt Wilmer Jr., WR, 6-0, 190 Keyser, W.Va./Keyser * Academic Achievement Award

Falcon 27 As A Sophomore (2010): Able to make plays in a variety of ways for FSU … played in 10 games … 18 receptions for 273 yards and two touchdowns … rushed seven times for 87 yards … returned three kicks for 38 yards and returned five punts for 139 yards and one touchdown … two carries for 22 yards and three catches for 32 yards in a win over Notre Dame College (9/11) … nifty catch-and-run 34-yard touchdown reception at Shepherd (9/18) … three grabs for 40 yards at Glenville State (9/25) … one 42-yard reception vs. West Liberty (9/30) … two catches for 18 yards at Charleston (10/9) … one catch for 18 yards and one carry for four yards in a win over WV Wesleyan (10/23) … two catches for 42 yards, including a 26-yard reception, vs. Seton Hill (10/30) … also had one carry for 20 yards against the Griffins … two kick returns for 32 yards at Concord (11/6) … also had one carry for 13 yards and one catch for eight yards vs. the Mountain Lions … huge day with 211 allpurpose yards vs. WV State (11/13) … three catches for 32 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown reception … four punt returns for 145 yards, including a 77-yard return for a touchdown and a 53-yard return… 77-yard punt return was the fourth-longest in school history … also contributed two carries for 28 yards and one kick return for six yards against the Yellow Jackets.

As A Redshirt Freshman (2010): Played in 10 games for the Falcons … finished with 15 tackles (11 solo), one fumble recovery, three pass breakups and one interception … in on two stops at Clarion (9/2) … four total tackles (three solo) and broke up a pass in a win over Notre Dame College (9/11) … three total tackles (two solo) at Shepherd (9/18) … picked off a pass vs. West Liberty (9/30) … one solo tackles and recovered a fumble against Charleston (10/9) … one solo stop and broke up a pass vs. WV Wesleyan (10/23) … two solo stops and one PBU in a win over Seton Hill (10/30) … one solo tackle against WV State (11/13). As A Freshman (2009): Redshirted the season. Before Fairmont State: Two-time all-conference for coach Ben Kolstad … three year letterman at Cary High … team captain as a senior … led the Imps to a 10-1 record and conference championship as a senior … led the team in tackles and tallied three interceptions as a senior. 

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As A Freshman (2009): Played in all 11 games, primarily on special teams … one catch for five yards at Seton Hill (10/24) … registered 34 yards on a kick return handoff vs. Concord (10/31).

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September 1, 2011 Duvall-Rosier Field Fairmont, W.Va. 7 p.m.

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Oct. 6, 2011 Duvall-Rosier Field Fairmont, W.Va. 7 p.m.

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Quick Facts Location Clarion, Pa. Enrollment 7,100 Founded 1867 Nickname Golden Eagles Colors Blue & Gold Conference PSAC West National Affiliation NCAA Division II Stadium Memorial (5,000) President Dr. Karen M. Whitney Athletic Director Dave Katis Head Coach Jay Foster Alma Mater Plymouth St. (1985) Record at Clarion (Years) 16-39 (5) Overall Career Record Same Lettermen Returning/Lost 40/14 Starters Returning/Lost 16/10 Basic Offense N/A Basic Defense N/A Football Office (814) 393-2258 SID Contact Rich Herman SID Office Number (814) 393-2334 SID Home (814) 226-6766 SID Fax (814) 393-2082 SID E-mail rherman@clarion.edu Web Site www.clariongoldeneagles.com

Quick Facts Location Montgomery, W.Va. Enrollment 1,224 Founded 1895 Nickname Golden Bears Colors Navy Blue & Old Gold Conference Mid-South National Affiliation NAIA Stadium Martin Field (2,500) Provost Scott Hurst Athletic Director Frank Pergolizzi Head Coach Scott Tinsley Alma Mater WV State Record at WVU Tech (Years) 13-19 (3) Overall Career Record 63-67-3 Starters Returning/Lost 15/8 Basic Offense Spread Basic Defense 3-5 Football Office (304) 442-3255 SID Contact Lindsey Peltier SID Office Number (304) 981-6211 SID Fax (304) 442-3499 SID E-mail Lindsey.Peltier@mail.wvu.edu Web Site athletics.wvutech.edu

Quick Facts Location Glenville, W.Va. Enrollment 1,350 Founded 1872 Nickname Pioneers Colors Blue & White Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II Stadium Morris Stadium (5,500) President Dr. Peter B. Barr Athletic Director Janet Bailey Head Coach David Hutchison Alma Mater Adrian College (1999) Record at Glenville (Years) First Year Overall Career Record Same Lettermen Returning 37/NA Starters Returning/Lost 19/3 Basic Offense Spread Basic Defense 4-3 Football Office (304) 462-6230 SID Contact Jonathan Griffin SID Office Number (304) 462-6238 SID Cell Number (304) 629-9455 SID Fax (304) 462-5593 Web Site www.gscpioneers.com

Quick Facts Location West Liberty, W.Va. Enrollment 2,600 Founded 1837 Nickname Hilltoppers Colors Black & Gold Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II Stadium Russek Field (4,000) President Mr. Robin Capehart Athletic Director James Watson Head Coach Roger Waialae Alma Mater Dubuque (1989) Record at West Liberty(Years) 46-21 (6) Overall Career Record Same Lettermen Returning 44/21 Starters Returning/Lost 12/11 Basic Offense Multiple “I” Basic Defense Multiple Football Office (304) 336-8294 SID Contact Matt Watson SID Office Number (304) 336-8107 SID Cell Number (304) 541-6001 SID Fax (304) 336-8304 Web Site www.hilltoppersports.com

Quick Facts Location Charleston, W.Va. Enrollment 1,385 Founded 1888 Nickname Golden Eagles Colors Maroon & Gold Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II Stadium Univ. of Charleston (22,500) President Dr. Edwin Welch Athletic Director Tom Nozica Head Coach Pat Kirkland Alma Mater Muskingum Record at Charleston (Years) First Year Overall Career Record Same Starters Returning/Lost 8/15 Basic Offense Triple Option Gun Basic Defense Pro Football Office (304) 357-4820 SID Contact William McDaniel SID Office Number 304-720-6690 SID Cell 304-389-1823 SID Fax (304) 35-4988 SID E-mail williammcdaniel@ucwv.edu Web Site www.ucgoldeneagles.com

Quick Facts Location Bowie, Md Enrollment 5,617 Founded 1865 Nickname Bulldogs Colors Black & Gold Conference CIAA National Affiliation NCAA Division II Stadium Bulldogs Stadium (2,964) President Dr. Mickey L. Burnim Athletic Director Anton Goff Head Coach Damon Wilson Alma Mater Bowie State (00) Record at Charleston (Years) 12-9 (2) Overall Career Record Same Letterman Returning 71 Starters Returning/Lost 15/7 Basic Offense Multiple Basic Defense 4-3 Football Office (301) 860-3578 SID Contact Gregory Goings SID Office Number (301) 860-3585 SID Cell (301) 318-9937 SID Fax (301) 860-3585 SID E-mail goings@bowiestate.edu Web Site www.bsubulldogs.com

Quick Facts Location Buckhannon, W.Va. Enrollment 1,250 Founded 1890 Nickname Bobcats Colors Orange & Black Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II Stadium Cebe Ross Field (3,000) President Dr. Pamela Balch Athletic Director Ken Tyler Head Coach Jonas Jackson Alma Mater Eastern Michigan Record at WVWC (Years) First Year Overall Career Record Same Letterman Returning NA Starters Returning/Lost 19/3 Basic Offense Spread Basic Defense 4-3 Football Office (304) 473-8257 SID Contact Philip Fetty SID Office Number (304) 473-8102 SID Cell (304) 627-5966 SID Fax (304) 473-8056 SID E-mail philip.fetty@gmail.com Web Site bobcats.wvwc.edu

Quick Facts Location Greensburg, Pa. Enrollment 1,700 Founded 1918 Nickname Griffins Colors Crimson & Vegas Gold Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II Stadium Offutt Field (5,000) President Dr. JoAnne W. Boyle Athletic Director Chris Snyder Head Coach Joel Dolinski Alma Mater Cincinnati (1998) Record at Seton Hill (Years) 13-22 (3) Overall Career Record Same Lettermen Returning 26 Starters Returning/Lost 15/7 Basic Offense Pro Basic Defense 4-3 Football Office (724) 830-4615 SID Contact Jason Greene SID Office Number (724) 830-1132 SID Cell (724) 880-4785 SID Fax (724) 830-1173 SID E-mail greene@setonhill.edu Web Site www.setonhill.edu

2010 Schedule/Results (4-7) Sept. 2 FAIRMONT STATE L, 16-27 Sept. 11 at Bloomsburg L, 13-41 Sept. 18 SHIPPENSBURG L, 24-28 Sept. 25 CALIFORNIA (PA.) L, 9-24 Oct. 2 SLIPPERY ROCK L, 13-16 Oct. 9 at Lock Haven W, 49-6 Oct. 16 at Indiana (Pa.) W, 21-14 Oct. 23 EDINBORO L, 14-31 Oct. 30 at Gannon W, 11-10 Nov. 6 at Mercyhurst L, 14-38 Nov. 13 MILLERSVILLE W, 49-10

2010 Schedule/Results (2-9) Aug. 28 OLIVET NAZARENE W, 31-9 Sept. 2 at Glenville State L, 10-44 Sept. 11 at Johnson C. Smith L, 21-45 Sept. 25 at Cumberland (TN) L, 31-37 Oct. 2 at UVA-Wise L, 7-30 Oct. 16 KY. CHRISTIAN L, 21-56 Oct. 23 GEORGETOWN COLL. W, 62-37 Oct. 30 at Lindsey Wilson L, 16-51 Nov. 6 at Pikeville L, 36-40 Nov. 13 CAMPBELLSVILLE L, 35-56

2010 Schedule/Results (5-6) Sept. 2 WV TECH W, 44-10 Sept. 11 NORTH ALABAMA L, 10-54 Sept. 18 SETON HILL W, 38-28 Sept. 25 FAIRMONT ST. W, 17-14 (OT) Oct. 2 UNC PEMBROKE L, 14-28 Oct. 9 at West Liberty L, 21-47 Oct. 16 at Concord L, 14-49 Oct. 23 WV STATE W, 42-27 Oct. 30 at WV Wesleyan L, 24-31 Nov. 6 CHARLESTON L, 16-44 Nov. 11 at Shepherd W, 28-24

2010 Schedule/Results (7-3) Sept. 4 EDINBORO L, 19-20 Sept. 11 at Southern Conn. W, 49-35 Sept. 25 WV WESLEYAN L, 41-43 Sept. 30 at Fairmont State W, 43-23 Oct. 9 GLENVILLE STATE W, 47-21 Oct. 16 at WV State W, 48-26 Oct. 23 SHEPHERD L, 38-53 Oct. 30 CHARLESTON W, 37-23 Nov. 6 at Seton Hill W. 82-36 Nov. 13 at Concord W, 56-33

2010 Schedule/Results (6-5) Aug. 28 at Tusculum L, 12-24 Sept. 4 MARS HILL W, 42-20 Sept. 18 WV STATE W, 42-0 Sept. 25 at Concord L, 28-37 Oct. 2 SHEPHERD L, 13-28 Oct. 9 FAIRMONT STATE W, 35-27 Oct. 16 SETON HILL W, 24-20 Oct. 23 at Urbana W, 44-34 Oct. 30 at West Liberty L, 23-37 Nov. 6 at Glenville State W, 44-16 Nov. 13 at WV Wesleyan L, 21-41

2010 Schedule/Results (6-4) Aug. 28 at Seton Hill L, 14-20 Sept. 4 at Morgan State L, 7-14 Sept. 11 at Fayetteville State L, 7-27 Sept. 18 at Livingstone W, 55-6 Sept. 25 VIRGINIA UNION W, 28-27 Oct. 2 VIRGINIA STATE L, 15-16 Oct. 9 vs. St. Paul’s W, 16-10 (ot) Oct. 16 LINCOLN (Pa.) W, 24-18 Oct. 23 ELIZABETH CITY ST. W, 20-12 Nov. 6 at Chowan W, 59-19

2010 Schedule/Results (9-2) Aug. 28 ST. PAUL’S W, 35-28 Sept. 3 URBANA W, 17-14 Sept. 18 CONCORD W, 20-13 Sept. 25 at West Liberty W, 43-41 Oct. 2 SETON HILL W, 37-16 Oct. 9 at Livingstone W, 58-3 Oct. 16 at Shepherd L, 26-37 Oct. 23 at Fairmont State L, 14-45 Oct. 30 GLENVILLE STATE W, 31-24 Nov. 6 at WV State W, 50-28 Nov. 13 CHARLESTON W, 35-28

2010 Schedule/Results (2-9) Aug. 28 BOWIE STATE W, 20-14 Sept. 4 NEW HAVEN L, 17-34 Sept. 11 at Urbana L, 13-44 Sept. 18 at Glenville State L, 28-38 Sept. 25 SHEPHERD L, 17-46 Oct. 2 at WV Wesleyan L, 16-37 Oct. 9 WV STATE W, 48-20 Oct. 16 at Charleston L, 20-24 Oct. 23 CONCORD L, 17-28 Oct. 30 at Fairmont State L, 29-44 Nov. 6 WEST LIBERTY L, 36-82

2011 Schedule Sept. 1 at Fairmont State 7 p.m. Sept. 10 BLOOMSBURG 1 p.m. Sept. 17 at Shippensburg 1 p.m. Sept. 24 at California (Pa.) 3:30 p.m. Oct. 1 at Slippery Rock 6 p.m. Oct. 8 LOCK HAVEN 2 p.m. Oct. 15 INDIANA (PA.) 3 p.m. Oct. 22 at Edinboro 6 p.m. Oct. 29 GANNON 1 p.m. Nov. 5 MERCYHURST 1 p.m. Nov. 12 at Millersville 1 p.m.

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 WRIGHT STATE 5:30 p.m. Sept. 10 FAIRMONT STATE 1:30 p.m. Sept. 17 at Bethel 1:30 p.m. Sept. 24 CUMBERLAND (TN) 1:30 p.m. Oct. 1 UVA-WISE 5:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at UVA-Lynchburg 1 p.m. Oct. 15 at Kentucky Christian 1:30 p.m. Oct. 22 at Georgetown Coll. TBA Oct. 29 LINDSEY WILSON 1:30 p.m. Nov. 5 PIKEVILLE 2:30 p.m. Nov. 12 at Campbellsville TBA

2011 Schedule Sept. 1 CARSON-NEWMAN 7 p.m. Sept. 10 at North Alabama 7 p.m. Sept. 17 at Fairmont State Noon Sept. 24 at UNC Pembroke 2 p.m. Oct. 1 WEST LIBERTY 1 p.m. Oct. 8 CONCORD 1 p.m. Oct. 15 at WV State 1 p.m. Oct. 22 WV WESLEYAN 1:30 p.m. Oct. 29 at Charleston 1 p.m. Nov. 5 SHEPHERD Noon Nov. 12 at Seton Hill 3 p.m.

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 at Edinboro 1:30 p.m. Sept. 10 SOUTHERN CONN. 1 p.m. Sept. 17 at WV Wesleyan 1 p.m. Sept. 24 FAIRMONT STATE 1 p.m. Oct. 1 at Glenville State 1 p.m. Oct. 8 WV STATE 1 p.m. Oct. 15 at Shepherd Noon Oct. 22 at Charleston 1 p.m. Oct. 29 SETON HILL 1 p.m. Nov. 5 CONCORD 1 p.m. Nov. 12 at UNC Pembroke 1 p.m.

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 at Mars Hill Sept. 10 URBANA Sept. 17 CONCORD Sept. 24 at Shepherd Oct. 1 at Fairmont State Oct. 8 at Seton Hill Oct. 15 UNC PEMBROKE Oct. 22 WEST LIBERTY Oct. 29 GLENVILLE Nov. 5 WV WESLEYAN Nov. 12 at WV State

2010 Schedule Sept. 3 MILLERSVILLE Noon Sept. 10 at Bentley Noon Sept. 17 WEST LIBERTY Noon Sept. 24 at Seton Hill TBA Oct. 1 at Lincoln Noon Oct. 8 SHEPHERD Noon Oct. 15 FAIRMONT STATE 1 p.m. Oct. 22 at Glenville State 1:30 p.m. Oct. 29 WV STATE Noon Nov. 5 at Charleston TBA Nov. 12 at Concord 1 p.m.

2010 Schedule Sept. 3 SLIPPERY ROCK 3 p.m. Sept. 10 ASSUMPTION 3 p.m. Sept. 17 at Shepherd Noon Sept. 24 WV WESLEYAN 3 p.m. Oct. 1 at WV State TBA Oct. 8 CHARLESTON 3 p.m. Oct. 15 at Concord TBA Oct. 22 FAIRMONT STATE 6 p.m. Oct. 29 at West Liberty TBA

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2011 Schedule Sept. 3 at Assumption 1 p.m. Sept. 10 BENEDICT 1 p.m. Sept. 17 LIVINGSTONE 1 p.m. Sept. 24 at Virginia Union 6 p.m. Oct. 1 at Virginia State 6 p.m. Oct. 6 at Fairmont State 7 p.m. Oct. 15 at Lincoln (Pa.) 1 p.m. Oct. 22 at Elizabeth City State 1 p.m. Oct. 29 at Shepherd Noon Nov. 5 CHOWAN 1 p.m.

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Game 9

Game 10

Game 11

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West Virginia State

Shepherd

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Nov. 5, 2011 Lakin Field Institute, W.Va. 1 p.m.

Nov. 12, 2011 Duvall-Rosier Field Fairmont, W.Va. Noon

Quick Facts Location Athens, W.Va. Enrollment 2,882 Founded 1872 Nickname Mountain Lions Colors Maroon & Gray Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II Stadium Callaghan Stadium (5,000) President Dr. Greg Aloia Athletic Director Kevin Garrett Head Coach Garin Justice Alma Mater West Virginia (2006) Record at Concord (Years) First Year Overall Career Record same Starters Returning/Lost 16/6 Basic Offense Multiple Basic Defense 4-3 Set Football Office (304) 384-5347 x5953 SID Contact Kyle Cooper SID Office Number (304) 384-6259 SID Fax (304) 384-5117 SID E-mail sportsinformation@concord.edu Web Site www.cumountainlions.com

Quick Facts Location Institute, W.Va. Enrollment 4,000 Founded 1891 Nickname Yellow Jackets Colors Old Gold & Black Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II Stadium Lakin Field (5,000) President Dr. Hazo W. Carter, Jr. Athletic Director Sean Loyd Head Coach Earl Monroe Alma Mater Miami (1978) Record at WV State (Years) 29-32 (6) Overall Career Record Same Starters Returning/Lost 17/5 Basic Offense 2-Back Basic Defense 4-3 Football Office (304) 766-3228 (x.3204 SID Contact John Simms SID Office Number (304) 766-5760 SID Fax (304) 766-3364 SID E-mail simmsj@wvstateu.edu Web Site wvsuyellowjackets.com

2010 Schedule/Results (8-3) Aug. 26 SOUTHERN VA W, 72-21 Sept. 4 at Lenoir-Rhyne W, 20-17 Sept. 18 at WV Wesleyan L, 13-20 Sept. 25 CHARLESTON W, 37-28 Oct. 2 at WV State W, 42-18 Oct. 9 at Shepherd L, 35-49 Oct. 16 GLENVILLE STATE W, 49-14 Oct. 23 at Seton Hill W, 28-17 Oct. 30 at UNC Pembroke W, 30-26 Nov. 6 FAIRMONT STATE W, 41-17 Nov. 13 WEST LIBERTY L, 33-56

Quick Facts Location Shepherdstown, W.Va. Enrollment 4,283 Founded 1871 Nickname Rams Colors Blue & Gold Conference WVIAC National Affiliation NCAA Division II Stadium Ram Stadium (5,000) President Dr. Suzanne Shipley Athletic Director B.J. Pumroy Head Coach Monte Carter Alma Mater Millikin (1971) Record at Shepherd (Yrs) 173-82-1 (24) Overall Career Record 204-105-2 (30) Lettermen Returning 38/21 Starters Returning/Lost 14/8 Basic Offense Multiple I Basic Defense 4-4 Football Office (304) 876-5263 SID Contact Chip Ransom SID Office Number (304) 876-5228 SID Home (304) 876-3243 SID Fax (304) 876-3267 SID E-mail cransom@shepherd.edu Web Site shepherdrams.com

2010 Schedule/Results (0-10) Sept. 4 vs. Central State L, 14-34 Sept. 11 at Virginia State L, 21-34 Sept. 18 at Charleston L, 0-42 Oct. 2 CONCORD L, 18-42 Oct. 9 at Seton Hill L, 20-48 Oct. 16 WEST LIBERTY L, 26-48 Oct. 23 at Glenville State L, 27-42 Oct. 30 SHEPHERD L, 19-56 Nov. 6 WV WESLEYAN L, 28-50 Nov. 13 at Fairmont State L, 38-63

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 LENOIR-RHYNE 7 p.m. Sept. 10 at Elon TBA Sept. 17 at Charleston 1 p.m. Sept. 24 WV STATE 2 p.m. Oct. 1 SHEPHERD 1 p.m. Oct. 8 at Glenville State 1 p.m. Oct. 15 SETON HILL 1 p.m. Oct. 22 URBANA (OH.) 1 p.m. Oct. 29 at Fairmont State 2 p.m. Nov. 5 at West Liberty 1 p.m. Nov. 12 WV WESLEYAN 1 p.m.

2010 Schedule Sept. 3 at Johnson C. Smith 4 p.m. Sept. 10 VIRGINIA STATE 1 p.m. Sept. 24 at Concord 2 p.m. Oct. 1 SETON HILL TBA Oct. 8 at West Liberty TBA Oct. 15 GLENVILLE STATE TBA Oct. 22 at Shepherd Noon Oct. 29 at WV Wesleyan TBA Nov. 5 FAIRMONT STATE 1 p.m. Nov. 12 CHARLESTON TBA

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2010 Schedule/Results (12-2) Aug. 28 at Shippensburg W, 35-27 Sept. 11 ST. JOSEPH’S (IN.) W, 55-0 Sept. 18 FAIRMONT STATE W, 19-16 Sept. 25 at Seton Hill W, 46-17 Oct. 2 at Charleston W, 28-13 Oct. 9 CONCORD W, 49-35 Oct. 16 WV WESLEYAN W, 37-26 Oct. 23 at West Liberty W, 53-38 Oct. 30 at WV State W, 56-19 Nov. 13 GLENVILLE STATE L, 24-28 Nov. 20 SHAW W, 40-6 Nov. 27 at Kutztown W, 41-34 Dec. 4 at Mercyhurst W, 49-14 Dec. 11 at Delta State L, 17-29 2011 Schedule Sept. 3 SHIPPENSBURG Noon Sept. 10 at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) Noon Sept. 17 SETON HILL Noon Sept. 24 CHARLESTON Noon Oct. 1 at Concord 1 p.m. Oct. 8 at WV Wesleyan Noon Oct. 15 WEST LIBERTY Noon Oct. 22 WV STATE Noon Oct. 29 BOWIE STATE Noon Nov. 5 at Glenville State Noon Nov. 12 at Fairmont State Noon

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Sep 02 at Clarion W Sep 11 NOTRE DAME COLLEGE W Sep 18 at Shepherd L Sep 25 at Glenville State L (ot) Sep 30 WEST LIBERTY L Oct 09 at Univ. of Charleston L Oct 16 at UNC Pembroke L Oct 23 #25 WV WESLEYAN W Oct 30 SETON HILL W Nov 06 at Concord L Nov 13 WV STATE W

Intro Staff Players opponent review Records

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INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long

RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL

5-6-0 4-1-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 3-5-0 3-1-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 0-0-0

RUSHING

27-16 38-0 16-19 14-17 23-43 27-35 0-24 45-14 44-29 17-41 63-38

4000 3159 4916 1500 6436 2200 1366 2111 3308 2400 1219

G ATT GAIN LOST NET AVG. TD LONG AVG/G

P. Pinchinat 11 89 430 24 406 4.6 6 35 36.9 Damon Waters 7 72 388 35 353 4.9 2 41 50.4 Logan Moore 11 75 504 152 352 4.7 5 55 32.0 Scott Victorio 10 40 224 21 203 5.1 1 35 20.3 Matt Wilmer 10 7 87 0 87 12.4 0 27 8.7 Doug Brazill 8 21 72 5 67 3.2 1 24 8.4 Cody Reed 9 11 61 1 60 5.5 2 33 6.7 Perry Baker 11 11 58 14 44 4.0 0 12 4.0 Vick Bradford 4 8 36 4 32 4.0 0 17 8.0 Hunter Ferguson 9 2 7 0 7 3.5 0 6 0.8 C. St. Hilaire 10 2 2 2 0 0.0 0 2 0.0 Pat Halpin 11 0 -1 0 -1 0.0 0 0 -0.1 Matt Griffin 3 4 4 7 -3 -0.8 0 2 -1.0 Ben Landis 11 1 0 11 -11 -11.0 0 0 -1.0 TEAM 5 6 0 28 -28 -4.7 0 0 -5.6 Total.......... 11 349 1872 304 1568 4.5 17 55 142.5 Opponents...... 11 479 2189 326 1863 3.9 21 74 169.4 PASSING

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Yds TD Lng Avg/G

Logan Moore 11 119.79 141-277-13 50.9 1874 18 62 170.4 Brandon Hyler 4 238.56 3-5-0 60.0 67 1 54 16.8 J.J. Mayer 9 757.60 1-1-0 100.0 39 1 39 4.3 Vick Bradford 4 488.80 1-1-0 100.0 7 1 7 1.8 TEAM 5 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Total.......... 11 124.99 146-285-13 51.2 1987 21 62 180.6 Opponents...... 11 121.95 205-349-19 58.7 2568 13 54 233.5 RECEIVING

G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G

Perry Baker 11 28 501 17.9 9 62 45.5 C. St. Hilaire 10 27 418 15.5 2 58 41.8 Eric Eitson 11 25 325 13.0 3 53 29.5 Matt Wilmer 10 18 273 15.2 2 42 27.3 Damon Waters 7 12 62 5.2 0 12 8.9 Scott Victorio 10 9 55 6.1 0 18 5.5 Sean Marion 9 7 79 11.3 0 19 8.8 P. Pinchinat 11 5 86 17.2 1 29 7.8 Stephan Johnson 10 5 79 15.8 1 34 7.9 Zack Page 9 4 56 14.0 1 35 6.2 Cody Reed 9 2 26 13.0 1 17 2.9 Mark Sampson 5 2 16 8.0 0 8 3.2 Doug Brazill 8 1 15 15.0 1 15 1.9 Logan Moore 11 1 -4 -4.0 0 0 -0.4 Total.......... 11 146 1987 13.6 21 62 180.6 Opponents...... 11 205 2568 12.5 13 54 233.5

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SCORING 314 276 Points Per Game 28.5 25.1 FIRST DOWNS 171 245 Rushing 77 103 Passing 80 123 Penalty 14 19 RUSHING YARDAGE 1568 1863 Yards gained rushing 1872 2189 Yards lost rushing 304 326 Rushing Attempts 349 479 Average Per Rush 4.5 3.9 Average Per Game 142.5 169.4 TDs Rushing 17 21 PASSING YARDAGE 1987 2568 Att-Comp-Int 285-146-13 349-205-19 Average Per Pass 7.0 7.4 Average Per Catch 13.6 12.5 Average Per Game 180.6 233.5 TDs Passing 21 13 TOTAL OFFENSE 3555 4431 Total Plays 634 828 Average Per Play 5.6 5.4 Average Per Game 323.2 402.8 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 46-992 53-1000 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 25-343 21-219 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 19-458 13-224 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 21.6 18.9 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 13.7 10.4 INT RETURN AVERAGE 24.1 17.2 FUMBLES-LOST 17-7 16-8 PENALTIES-Yards 84-800 76-792 Average Per Game 72.7 72.0 PUNTS-Yards 50-2010 49-1752 Average Per Punt 40.2 35.8 Net punt average 34.6 26.7 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 26:42 33:11 3RD-DOWN Conversions 49/130 67/165 3rd-Down Pct 38% 41% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 6/13 15/22 4th-Down Pct 46% 68% SACKS BY-Yards 11-55 20-145 MISC YARDS 3 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 42 35 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 8-10 10-14 ON-SIDE KICKS 1-3 0-2 RED-ZONE SCORES 31-38 82% 33-45 73% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 24-38 63% 26-45 58% PAT-ATTEMPTS 38-41 93% 32-34 94% ATTENDANCE 16233 16382 Games/Avg Per Game 5/3247 6/2730 Neutral Site Games 0/0

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Fighting Falcons Greg Underwood 4 42 10.5 Ryland Newman 4 202 50.5 Dewey McDonald 3 156 52.0 Brian Turner 1 14 14.0 Raynell Hall 1 0 0.0 Bryan Wilson 1 0 0.0 Perry Baker 1 2 2.0 Luke Black 1 34 34.0 M.J. Twyman 1 0 0.0 Dan Dario 1 9 9.0 D. Strosnider 1 -1 -1.0 Total.......... 19 458 24.1 Opponents...... 13 224 17.2

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PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 50+ Blkd

Ben Landis 50 2010 40.2 64 3 8 16 0 Total.......... 50 2010 40.2 64 3 8 16 0 Opponents...... 49 1752 35.8 64 5 5 11 3 PUNT RETURNS No.

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Frank Keenan 0 8-10 38-41 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 62 Perry Baker 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54 P. Pinchinat 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 Logan Moore 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Cody Reed 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Matt Wilmer 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Eric Eitson 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Doug Brazill 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Damon Waters 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Ryland Newman 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 C. St. Hilaire 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Stephan Johnson 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Luke Black 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Zack Page 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Scott Victorio 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Michael Keim 0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 0 Total.......... 42 8-10 38-41 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 314 Opponents...... 35 10-14 32-34 0-0 1 1-1 0 1 276

Yds Avg TD Long

Zack Page 16 154 Matt Wilmer 5 139 Greg Underwood 2 20 Dan Dario 1 27 Scott Victorio 1 3 Total.......... 25 343 Opponents...... 21 219

9.6 0 27.8 1 10.0 0 27.0 0 3.0 0 13.7 1 10.4 0

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Zack Page P. Pinchinat Matt Wilmer Perry Baker Cody Reed Total.......... Opponents......

Yds Avg TD Long

28 637 22.8 0 59 12 270 22.5 0 58 3 38 12.7 0 22 2 42 21.0 0 22 1 5 5.0 0 5 46 992 21.6 0 59 53 1000 18.9 1 59

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Yds Avg TD Long

Garrett Davis 1 56 56.0 0 56 Total.......... 1 56 56.0 0 56 Opponents...... 1 2 2.0 0 2 TOTAL OFFENSE

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G

Logan Moore 11 352 352 1874 P. Pinchinat 11 89 406 0 Damon Waters 7 72 353 0 Scott Victorio 10 40 203 0 Matt Wilmer 10 7 87 0 Doug Brazill 8 21 67 0 Brandon Hyler 4 5 0 67 Cody Reed 9 11 60 0 Perry Baker 11 11 44 0 Vick Bradford 4 9 32 7 J.J. Mayer 9 1 0 39 Hunter Ferguson 9 2 7 0 Pat Halpin 11 0 -1 0 Matt Griffin 3 4 -3 0 Ben Landis 11 1 -11 0 TEAM 5 7 -28 0 Total.......... 11 634 1568 1987 Opponents...... 11 828 1863 2568

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SCORE BY QUARTERS

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Zack Page 9 0 56 154 637 0 847 94.1 P. Pinchinat 11 406 86 0 270 0 762 69.3 Perry Baker 11 44 501 0 42 2 589 53.5 Matt Wilmer 10 87 273 139 38 0 537 53.7 C. St. Hilaire 10 0 418 0 0 0 418 41.8 Damon Waters 7 353 62 0 0 0 415 59.3 Logan Moore 11 352 -4 0 0 0 348 31.6 Eric Eitson 11 0 325 0 0 0 325 29.5 Scott Victorio 10 203 55 3 0 0 261 26.1 Ryland Newman 11 0 0 0 0 202 202 18.4 Dewey McDonald 11 0 0 0 0 156 156 14.2 Cody Reed 9 60 26 0 5 0 91 10.1 Doug Brazill 8 67 15 0 0 0 82 10.2 Stephan Johnson 10 0 79 0 0 0 79 7.9 Sean Marion 9 0 79 0 0 0 79 8.8 Greg Underwood 11 0 0 20 0 42 62 5.6 Dan Dario 10 0 0 27 0 9 36 3.6 Luke Black 11 0 0 0 0 34 34 3.1 Vick Bradford 4 32 0 0 0 0 32 8.0 Mark Sampson 5 0 16 0 0 0 16 3.2 Brian Turner 7 0 0 0 0 14 14 2.0 Hunter Ferguson 9 7 0 0 0 0 7 0.8 Pat Halpin 11 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 -0.1 D. Strosnider 11 0 0 0 0 -1 -1 -0.1 Matt Griffin 3 -3 0 0 0 0 -3 -1.0 Ben Landis 11 -11 0 0 0 0 -11 -1.0 TEAM 5 -28 0 0 0 0 -28 -5.6 Total.......... 11 1568 1987 343 992 458 5348 486.2 Opponents...... 11 1863 2568 219 1000 224 5874 534.0

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GP UT AT Total TFL-Yds QBS-Yds INT-Yds BRUP QBH FR-Yds FF Blk K Saf Greg Underwood 11 64 29 93 3-3 0-0 4-42 8 0 0-0 1 2 0 Garrett Davis 11 49 22 71 7-14 2-3 0-0 2 0 1-56 0 0 0 Dewey McDonald 11 46 23 69 5-15 0-0 3-156 9 0 0-0 0 0 0 Dan Dario 10 41 26 67 9-29 1-4 1-9 0 0 1-0 0 1 0 Raynell Hall 11 39 14 53 0-0 0-0 1-0 6 0 0-0 0 0 0 D. Strosnider 11 30 18 48 13-65 3-33 1-1 2 0 0-0 0 0 0 Ryland Newman 11 25 18 43 2-2 0-0 4-202 6 0 0-0 0 0 0 Jack Charles 9 22 13 35 2-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 1-0 0 1 0 Luke Black 11 16 12 28 5-7 2-3 1-34 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 Parker Deem 10 18 9 27 4-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 Ryan Watts 9 22 4 26 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 Devin Johnson 11 16 10 26 6-14 1-1 0-0 3 0 0-0 1 0 0 David Pack 7 14 10 24 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 M.J. Twyman 9 11 10 21 4-9 2-2 1-0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 Blake Brooks 10 16 4 20 2-2 1-1 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 James McVeigh 9 11 9 20 2-8 1-7 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 Scott Davidson 8 10 6 16 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0-0 0 0 0 Bryan Wilson 10 11 4 15 0-0 0-0 1-0 3 0 1-0 0 0 0 J. Greathouse 11 6 9 15 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 J.J. Mayer 9 6 6 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 Tony Patterson 6 5 5 10 4-13 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Shane Springer 7 7 2 9 4-6 2-1 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Chris Stanton 9 8 1 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Brandon Tucker 5 4 5 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 Ronnie Lockhart 7 7 1 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Hunter Ferguson 9 5 0 5 1-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Brian Tucker 7 3 2 5 0-0 0-0 1-14 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Doug Brazill 8 1 3 4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Logan Moore 11 3 0 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Travis Bunner 3 1 2 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Matt Wilmer 10 2 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Joe Angotti 11 2 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Perry Baker 11 2 0 2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 Frank Keenan 11 0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 N. Higinbotham 2 1 0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Brandon Coleman 2 1 0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Anthony Domico 5 1 0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Nick Schrader 11 1 0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Stephan Johnson 10 1 0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Matt Griffin 3 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 Bryan Spruill 3 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 Total……. 11 528 278 806 76-200 11-55 19-458 48 0 7-56 2 5 0 Opponents….. 11 395 172 567 73-287 20-145 13-224 27 1 7-2 8 2 1

Individual Highs & Low Rushes Rushing Yards Passes Attempted Passes Completed Passing Yards TD Passes Thrown Receptions Yards Receiving TD Passes Caught Interceptions Points Scored Touchdowns Extra Points (Made/Att.) Field Goals (Made/Att.) Tackles Sacks Tackles for a loss

18, Damon Waters vs. WV State (11/13/10) 138, Damon Waters vs. WV State (11/13/10) 33, Logan Moore vs. West Liberty (9/30/10) 18, Logan Moore at Univ. of Charleston (10/9/10) 303, Logan Moore vs. Seton Hill (10/30/10) 4, Logan Moore vs. Seton Hill (10/30/10) 4, Logan Moore vs. WV State (11/13/10) 6, Perry Baker vs. Notre Dame College (9/11/10) 158, Perry Baker vs. Notre Dame College (9/11/10) 3, Perry Baker vs. Seton Hill (10/30/10) 1, 19 times 18, Perry Baker vs. Seton Hill (10/30/10) 5, Logan Moore vs. Seton Hill (10/30/10) 9/9, Frank Keenan vs. WV State (11/13/10) 3/3, Frank Keenan vs. West Liberty (9/30/10) 15, Dan Dario at Shepherd (9/18/10) 2, Luke Black vs. Notre Dame College (9/11/10) 2, D. Strosnider at Glenville State (9/25/10) 4, D. Strosnider at Glenville State (9/25/10)

Longest Plays Run Pass Punt Return Kickoff Return Interception Return Fumble Return Punt Field Goal

55, Logan Moore vs. WV Wesleyan (10/23/10) 62, Logan Moore to Perry Baker vs. Notre Dame College (9/11/10) 77, Matt Wilmer vs. WV State (11/13/10) 59, Zack Page vs. West Liberty (9/30/10) 86, Dewey McDonald vs. West Liberty (9/30/10) 56, Garrett Davis vs. WV Wesleyan (10/23/10) 64, Ben Landis at Shepherd (9/18/10) 64, Ben Landis at Univ. of Charleston (10/9/10) 41, Frank Keenan vs. West Liberty (9/30/10)

Season Highs & Lows Total Plays Total Offense Total Rushes (Carries) Net Yards Rushing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Net Yards Passing Touchdown Passes Passes Had Intercepted Total Points Scored Passes Intercepted Touchdowns Scored Yards Penalized Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Fewest Rushing Yards Fewest Passing Yards Fewest Rushes (Carries) Fewest Passes Attempted Fewest Passes Completed

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58 vs. Notre Dame College (9/11/10) 534 vs. Notre Dame College (9/11/10) 41 vs. Notre Dame College (9/11/10) 278 vs. Notre Dame College (9/11/10) 34 vs. West Liberty (9/30/10) 18 at Univ. of Charleston (10/9/10) 355 vs. Seton Hill (10/30/10) 5 vs. Seton Hill (10/30/10) 3 at Concord (11/6/10) 3 vs. WV State (11/13/10) 63 vs. WV State (11/13/10) 3 at Clarion (9/2/10) 3 vs. WV State (11/13/10) 9 vs. WV State (11/13/10) 130 vs. WV Wesleyan (10/23/10) 62 at UNC Pembroke (10/16/10) 99 at Univ. of Charleston (10/9/10) 38 at UNC Pembroke (10/16/10) 69 at Clarion (9/2/10) 24 at Univ. of Charleston (10/9/10) 18 at UNC Pembroke (10/16/10) 8 at Clarion (9/2/10)

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September 2, 2010 • Clarion, Pa.

September 11, 2010 • Fairmont, W.Va.

Fairmont State 27, Clarion 16

Fairmont State 38, Notre Dame College 0

CLARION, Pa. -- Fairmont State used three turnovers and came up with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to come away with a stunning 27-16 victory at Clarion. The Falcons (1-0) were out-gained on the night by 494-217, but the defense held Clarion to just one touchdown on the night. Ryland Newman came up with a big interception return for a touchdown to help turn the tide for the Falcons in the second half. Garrett Davis was outstanding in his first start with nine tackles including one for a loss and broke up a pass that led to an interception. Patrick Pinchinat led a balanced FSU ground attack with 43 yards and two scores. Freshman quarterback Logan Moore was 8-19 for 69 yards but did not turn the ball over. Zack Page established a new NCAA Division II record for career kick return yards adding 83 yards on four returns to now give him 2,711 for his career. Clarion went ahead 7-0 in the first quarter after John Fuhrer punched in a 2-yard carry capping a nine-play, 65 yard drive. Robert Mamula later kicked the first of his three field goals from 26-yards to make it 10-0 to end the first quarter. FSU couldn’t get much going until Hoggard tried to handle a bouncing punt and Perry Baker recovered at the eight yard line. Pinchinant would then take it in off the left side off a block from Cody Reed to cut the deficit to 10-7. Mamula hit a late field goal to give the Golden Eagles a 13-7 lead at the break. Mamula extended Clarion’s lead to 16-7 early in the third quarter, and after a quick Falcon three-andout, FSU got a monumental shift in momentum as Newman took back an interception 54 yards. Frank Keenan’s extra point was blocked, though, and FSU trailed 16-13. The score remained that way into the fourth quarter until Cody Reed capped an 83-yard drive with a bruising 33 yard run. Reed appeared to be contained, but broke through the line and took it in to give the Falcons their first lead of the night at 20-16. After the two teams traded possessions, Clarion took over with 7:58 to go in the game. The Golden Eagles converted a 3rd-and-8, but later on 3rd-and-6, FSU’s Davis tipped a pass into the air that was hauled in by Brian Turner. Turner returned it 14 yards to set the Falcon up at the Clarion 29-yard line. Two plays later, Pinchinat broke free down the left side and went down the sideline to five the Falcons a two-possession lead at 27-16. The FSU defense was able to get a big three-and-out on Clarion’s next possession, and FSU was able to take care of possession and keep Clarion off the board in the final minutes to come away with the 27-16 win. Daniel Strosinder finished the game with a team-high 11 tackles, including eight solo. Newman had 11 stops and Raynell Hall had 10 tackles and an interception. On special teams, Ben Landis was spectacular in his return to the Falcons with eight punts averaging 43.5 yards per kick and pinning two inside the Clarion five-yard line. Score Fairmont State Clarion Team CLAR CLAR FSU CLAR CLAR FSU FSU FSU

1 2 3 4 F 0 7 6 14 27 10 3 3 0 16

Qtr Time Scoring play 1st 09:10 John Fuhrer 2 yd run (Mamula kick) 1st 01:57 Robert Mamula 26 yd field goal 2nd 06:40 P. Pinchinat 2 yd run (Frank Keenan kick) 2nd 00:31 Robert Mamula 47 yd field goal 3rd 10:06 Robert Mamula 26 yd field goal 3rd 05:31 Ryland Newman 54 yd interception return 4th 13:22 Cody Reed 33 yd run (Frank Keenan kick) 4th 05:22 P. Pinchinat 1 yd run (Frank Keenan kick)

Team Statistics FSU Clarion Score 27 16 FIRST DOWNS 8 30 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 27-148 53-209 PASSING YDS (NET) 69 285 Passes Att-Comp-Int 19-8-0 46-28-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 46-217 99-494 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-18 3-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-83 4-77 Interception Returns-Yards 3-68 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-43.5 4-30.2 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 3-1 Penalties-Yards 9-69 6-58 Possession Time 20:24 39:36 Third-Down Conversions 3 of 11 7 of 20 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 3 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 3-4

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FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- Fairmont State rolled up over 500 yards of offense and kept Notre Dame out of the end zone in a 38-0 shutout Saturday afternoon in front of over 3,000 fans at Duvall-Rosier Field. The win moved Fairmont State to 2-0 on the year while Notre Dame slipped to 1-2. Logan Moore completed 16-23 passes for 202 yards and one touchdown. Moore also added 56 yards on the ground. Perry Baker hauled in six passes for 158 yards and two touchdowns including a 62-yard reception. Patrick Pinchinat led the Falcons on the ground with 84 yards and a pair of scores. David Pack led the Falcons with seven total tackles including five solo stops. James McVeigh contributed six tackles including a sack and a tackle for a loss. Greg Underwood had five tackles and picked off a pass, and Raynell Hall broke up two passes to help aid the shutout. Luck Black registered two sacks. Notre Dame had 233 of total offense. Yan Cyr was 12-26 for 114 yards through the air. Pedro Powell led the way on the ground with 49 yards rushing. NDC was 0-1 in the red zone while Fairmont State was 3-for-3. FSU got going in a big way on the second play of the game as Moore connected with Baker down the sideline for a 62-yard touchdown pass. NDC went three-and-out on its first possession, and the Falcons promptly took the next drive 52 yards on eight plays to go ahead 14-0. FSU continued to stymie Notre Dame into the second quarter, and pushed its lead to 21-0 after Devin Johnson forced a fumble that was recovered by M.J. Twyman. Five plays later Pinchinat took it in from 11 yards out and the Intro Fighting Falcons took a 21-0 lead into the locker room. FSU had 277 yards of total offense compared to 114 for Notre Dame College in the first half. Fairmont State pulled ahead 28-0 on a 38 yard keeper run from Moore. The score would be that Staff way into the fourth quarter until Frank Keenan hit his first career field goal from 19 yards. Backup Players quarterback Brandon Hyler concluded the scoring with a 54-yard touchdown pass to Baker. Score Notre Dame College Fairmont State Team FSU FSU FSU FSU FSU FSU

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Qtr Time Scoring play 1st 14:04 Perry Baker 62 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 1st 07:43 P. Pinchinat 5 yd run (Keenan kick) 2nd 08:18 P. Pinchinat 11 yd run (Keenan kick ) 3rd 06:46 Logan Moore 38 yd run (Keenan kick) 4th 14:52 Frank Keenan 19 yd field goal 4th 12:27 Perry Baker 54 yd pass from Brandon Hyler (Keenan kick)

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Team Statistics NDC FSU Score 0 38 FIRST DOWNS 15 23 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 37-119 41-278 PASSING YDS (NET) 114 25 Passes Att-Comp-Int 26-12-1 24-17-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 63-233 65-534 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-9 2-48 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-115 1-18 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-3 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-42.5 3-35.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 8-64 6-75 Possession Time 29:27 30:33 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 13 3 of 10 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 0-1 3-3 Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Patrick Pinchinat (16-84), Logan Moore (5-56), Scott Victorio (5-38), Doug Brazill (6-36); NDC-Powell (11-49), Riley (12-36), Cyr (12-30) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (16-23--202), Brandon Hyler (1-1--54); NDC-Cyr (12-26-1) Receiving: FS-Perry Baker (6-158), Eric Eitson (3-33), Matt Wilmer (3-32); NDC-Paster (4-51), Preston (3-19) Tackles: FS-David Pack (5-2--7), James McVeigh (3-3--6), Greg Underwood (4-1--5); NDC-Briggs (44--8), Hyde (5-2--7), Smith (5-1--6)

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Patrick Pinchinat (6-43), Scott Victorio (4-36), Cody Reed (1-33); CLAR-Alfonso Hoggard (26-143), Eric Coxon (12-51) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (8-19--69); CLAR-Eric Coxon (28-45--285) Receiving: FS-Eric Eitson (3-28), Perry Baker (2-29); CLAR-Matt Ward (12-118), J. Robinson (6-66) Tackles: FS-Daniel Strosnider (8-3--11), Ryland Newman (5-6--11), Raynell Hall (5-5--10); CLAR-Nick Sipes (3-4--7), A. Macilius (1-5--6), B. Morrison (1-4--5)

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September 18, 2010 • Shepherdstown, W.Va.

September 25, 2010 • Glenville, W.Va.

September 30, 2010 • Fairmont, W.Va.

October 9, 2010 • Charleston, W.Va.

Shepherd 19, Fairmont State 16

Glenville State 17, Fairmont State 14 (ot)

West Liberty 43, Fairmont State 23

Charleston 35, Fairmont State 27

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Shepherd’s Eric Dobratz hit a late 32-yard field goal to give the Rams a 19-16 win over Fairmont State on Saturday afternoon at Rams Stadium in Shepherdstown. FSU had to rally from a 10-point fourth quarter deficit to tie the game at 16-16. Frank Keenan hit a 25-yard field goal and then later Logan Moore hit Patrick Pinchinat out of the back field for a touchdown to tie the score. FSU had one last attempt after the Dobratz field goal put SU up 19-16, but on the third play of FSU’s possession, Logan Moore’s pass deflected off a diving Matt Wilmer and then into the arms of Shepherd’s Keon Robinson that effectively ended the Falcon rally. In a game featuring two of the league’s best defenses, Fairmont State had slight advantages statistically in rushing yards (125-103), passing yards (151-138) and first downs (16-14). Moore was 11-25 for 151 yards with a pair of interceptions and two touchdowns. Patrick Pinchinat led the Falcons on the ground with 14 carries for 64 yards, and added a pair of catches for 41 yards and a touchdown. Wilmer had a 34-yard touchdown in the first quarter. Defensively for Fairmont State, Dan Dario had 15 total tackles to lead the way for the Falcons. Greg Underwood was solid with six tackles and one interception. Daniel Strosnider recorded two tackles for a loss. For Shepherd, Kevin Clancy was 13-18 for 138 yards and an interception. Tommy Addison got the majority of carries toting the ball 18 times for 44 yards and one touchdown. Nate Hoyte had nine carries for 42 yards and a score. Robert Byrd recorded three catches for 39 yards. Fairmont State started the game strong going 73 yards on seven plays on its second possession, capped by a 34-yard catch and run from Moore to Wilmer. The extra point was blocked, though, meaning FSU had to settle for just a 6-0 lead. The Falcons continued to control the game in the quarter until a deep punt started FSU at its own one. The Falcons got some breathing room, but Moore was sacked on 2nd-and-8, fumbled in the end zone and recovered by FSU in the endzone, giving Shepherd the safety. The Falcons held on to the lead midway through the second quarter, but Moore was picked off by Ben Minturn at the Shepherd five as the Falcons were driving. Shepherd then took the ball 70 yards on 12 plays to grab the 9-6 lead into the locker room. Shephed stretched its lead to 16-6 after a typical Shepherd drive that went 15 plays, 54 yards and eating up nearly eight minutes off the clock. FSU would get it back to within a touchdown after Keenan’s 25-yarder made it 16-9, with still most of the fourth quarter left to play. On Shepherd’s ensuing drive, Clancy made an ill-advised throw that fell into Underwood’s arms at the Shepherd 41. FSU then converted on a pair of fourth downs and eventually Moore found Pinchinat for 13 yards and the game-tying touchdown. The Rams took over with six minutes left and drove the ball 52 yards on 10 plays before the Dobratz field goal with 2:11 left, before the FSU final turnover.

GLENVILLE, W.Va. -- Glenville State’s Colston Bayless kicked a 27-yard field goal in overtime to defeat Fairmont State, 17-14, Saturday afternoon at Ike Morris Stadium. Fairmont State held a 14-0 lead at the break but the Pioneers tied the game in the fourth quarter and forced overtime. The Pioneers kicked a field goal in their possession in overtime, and then on third down, FSU’s Logan Moore’s pass was intended for Perry Baker but the ball was knocked into the air and then intercepted into the end zone which ended the game. Glenville State had 440 yards of total offense including 216 on the ground. FSU managed just 257 yards of total offense. GSC owned the ball for nearly 39 minutes of the game. The Pioneers seemingly controlled the first quarter, but FSU’s defense refused to give and kept Glenville State off the board. FSU then put together an impressive drive at the end of the first quarter, capped by a Scott Victorio 2-yard plunge. The score remained the same late in the second quarter, but Glenville State was driving late, but Darold Huges’ pass was intercepted in the end zone by Dewey McDonald, who returned it 31 yards. That led to another Falcon scoring drive, this time taken in by Logan Moore on a quarterback keeper from five yards out as FSU took a 14-0 lead into the break. Fairmont State got the ball to open the third quarter, but lost its first fumble of the season on its second play of the half. That led promptly to a Glenville State touchdown as Wes Hanson hauled in a Huges pass from five yards out to cut the Falcon lead in half. FSU hung on to the lead into the fourth quarter, again thwarting a scoring attempt by Glenville State as Daniel Strosnider picked off a pass inside the 20-yard line. But the Pioneers finally drew even when Kareem Alexander went in from 1-yard out midway through the fourth and made it 14-14. Fairmont State had a chance to take lead on its ensuing possession, but Frank Keenan’s 39-yard attempt just missed to the left. Glenville State was driving to try and take the lead, but Strosnider forced a 21-yard loss on third down that took the Pioneers out of scoring position and punt. Zack Page, who tied the NCAA Division II record for career kick returns, returned the punt all the way back to the GSC 26-yard line, but it was called back on a penalty. The Falcons then were content to take the game into overtime.

FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- West Liberty (2-2, 1-1) pulled away in the second half to earn a 43-23 road win at Fairmont State (2-3, 0-3). Zach Amedro became the WVIAC’s all-time leading passer with 12,073 career yards after hitting on 26 of 39 throws for 373 yards. Ryan Travis hauled in 13 of those passes for 214 yards and a score. Kevon Calhoun led the way on the ground for the Toppers with 185 yards and three touchdowns on 24 carries. A 41-yard field goal by Frank Keenan pulled Fairmont State within 17-16 early in the third quarter, but the next four touchdowns belonged to the Toppers as they pushed their lead to 43-16. FSU’s Logan Moore completed 11 of 33 passes for 163 yards and a score. Patrick Pinchinat had 40 yards on 10 rushes for the Falcons. Keenan added field goals of 27 and 34 yards. Keenan finished with three field goals. Zack Page became the NCAA Division II leader for kickoff returns and combined kick/ punt return yarage on the night. He finished with six kick returns 173 yards. Eric Eitson had four catches for 49 yards. Perry Baker caught a late touchdown pass from Vick Bradford. FSU’s top tackler was Greg Underwood with 11 total tackles. Dewey McDonald had six tackles and an interception he returned 86 yards. Bryan Wilson had his first career interception. West Liberty held a 580-250 edge in total offense, including a 201-80 advantage on the ground. The Topper defense limited FSU to 57 second half yards as they moved out from a 17-13 intermission lead.

CHARLESTON W.Va. -- Charleston raced out to a 21-0 lead early into the second quarter and withstood Fairmont State’s rally and held on, 35-27, on Saturday afternoon at University of Charleston Stadium. Freshman Logan Moore was 18-31 for 216 yards and three touchdowns on the afternoon. But UC piled up 319 yards on the ground and converted timely third downs passing down the stretch to help preserve the victory. The Golden Eagles were 7-13 on third downs and owned the ball for 37 minutes of the game. UC got the opening kickoff and promptly marched 75 yards on 10 plays to take the 7-0 lead. The Falcons went three-and-out, and Charleston added another score to go ahead 14-0 with 7:31 to play in the first quarter. The Golden Eagles stretched the lead to 21-0 early in the second quarter as Roberts scored his second touchdown of the afternoon. The Falcons got things going when Moore connected with Stephan Johnson up the seam from 34 yards for the score. UC added another TD from Roberts with three minutes left in the half, but the Falcons mustered a perfect 2-minute offense that was capped by Moore hitting Eric Eitson in the back of the end zone with just seconds remaining. The extra point attempt was no good, but FSU settled to go into the break down 28-13. FSU got the ball first in the third quarter but couldn’t capitalize, and even received a turnover after UC fumbled the punt, but the Falcons could not get points. The FSU defense got an interception from Ryland Newman on UC’s next possession, and this time was able to punch it in. Patrick Pinchinat did the honors from a yard out to make it 28-20 with seven minutes left in the third quarter. UC got its only points in the half after a fumbled punt for the Falcons. On third and long, Wilson found Julian Johnson over top of the FSU secondary for a 30-yard touchdown. The Falcons responded just over a minute later as Zack Page hauled in a 35-yard touchdown reception to make it 35-27. FSU stopped UC on its next possession, but could move down the field and was forced to punt. UC methodically melted away the game’s final five minutes, executing on a critical third down with a 38-yard catch and run from Wilson to Justin Nelson. Defensively, the Falcons were led by 11 total tackles from Greg Underwood. Garret Davis added nine tackles and Dewey McDonald had seven.

Score Fairmont State Shepherd Team FSU SHEP SHEP SHEP FSU FSU SHEP

1 2 3 4 F 6 0 0 10 16 2 7 7 3 19

Qtr Time Scoring play 1st 06:07 Matt Wilmer 34 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick blockd) 1st 01:57 TEAM safety 2nd 02:13 Nate Hoyte 4 yd run (Dobratz kick) 3rd 04:15 Tommy Addison 1 yd run (Dobratz kick) 4th 14:53 Frank Keenan 25 yd field goal 4th 06:45 P. Pinchinat 13 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 4th 02:11 Eric Dobratz 32 yd field goal

Team Statistics FSU SU Score 16 19 FIRST DOWNS 16 14 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 34-125 42-103 PASSING YDS (NET) 151 138 Passes Att-Comp-Int 25-11-2 18-13-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 59-276 60-241 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-10 2-24 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-80 4-60 Interception Returns-Yards 1-8 2-56 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-48.3 4-46.5 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-46 1-15 Possession Time 29:02 30:58 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 4 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 3-4 Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Patrick Pinchinat (14-64), Logan Moore (10-27), Scott Victorio (4-21); SU-Tommy Addison (18-44), Nate Hoyte (9-42), Jimmy Sutch (6-12) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (11-25--151); SU-Kevin Clancy (13-18-138) Receiving: FS-Perry Baker (4-26), Eric Eitson (3-42), Matt Wilmer (1-34), Patrick Pinchinat (2-41); SU-Robert Byrd (3-39), Nik Norrell (3-33), Scott Riddel (3-30) Tackles: FS-Dan Dario (9-6--15), Raynell Hall (5-1--6), Greg Underwood (4-2--6), Dewey McDonald (4-2--6); SU-Cor. Washington (6-2--8), Brian Taylor (4-2--6), Leons Kabongo (4-2--6)

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1 2 3 4 OT F 6 8 0 0 0 14 0 0 7 7 3 17

Team Qtr Time Scoring play FSU 1st 00:00 Scott Victorio 2 yd run (Keenan kick) FSU 2nd 00:12 Logan Moore 5 yd run (Keenan kick) GSC 3rd 10:13 Wes Hanson 5 yd pass from Darold Hughes (Bayless kick) GSC 4th 08:04 Kareem Alexande 1 yd run (Bayless kick) GSC OT 15:00 Colston Bayless 26 yd field goal Team Statistics FSU GSC Score 14 17 FIRST DOWNS 12 28 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 26-90 67-216 PASSING YDS (NET) 167 224 Passes Att-Comp-Int 27-12-1 34-15-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 53-257 101-440 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-0 2-8 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-62 2-42 Interception Returns-Yards 2-30 1-2 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-43.8 2-39.5 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-29 5-87 Possession Time 20:29 38:49 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 10 8 of 21 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 4 of 7 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 3-5 Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Logan Moore (4-38), Patrick Pinchinat (11-30), Scott Victorio (7-14); GSC-DeAndre Johnson (31-155), Kareem Alexander (13-52), Darold Hughes (16-5) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (12-27--167); GSC-Darold Hughes (15-32--224) Receiving: FS-Chris St. Hilaire (4-86), Matt Wilmer (3-40), Sean Marion (2-16); GSC-Wes Hanson (695), Jordan Griffin (5-90) Tackles: FS-Dan Dario (7-4-11), Dewey McDonald (9-1--10), Jack Charles (9-1--10), Greg Underwood (8-2--10); GSC-Matt Parker (8-2--10), Terry Reese (4-2--6)

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Score West Liberty Fairmont State Team WLU FSU WLU FSU FSU WLU FSU WLU WLU WLU WLU FSU

1 2 3 4 F 10 7 13 13 43 3 10 3 7 23

Qtr Time Scoring play 1st 10:55 Mike Blewett 24 yd field goal 1st 05:13 Frank Keenan 27 yd field goal 1st 02:59 Kevon Calhoun 13 yd run (Blewett kick) 2nd 11:51 Frank Keenan 34 yd field goal 2nd 02:14 Doug Brazill 15 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 2nd 01:17 Kevon Calhoun 11 yd run (Blewett kick) 3rd 10:46 Frank Keenan 41 yd field goal 3rd 09:35 Kevon Calhoun 14 yd run (Blewett kick failed) 3rd 01:03 Ryan Travis 41 yd pass from Zach Amedro (Blewett kick) 4th 11:04 Bra. Schroeder 15 yd pass from Zach Amedro (Blewett kick) 4th 03:20 DeVaughn Gordon 5 yd run (Blewett kick blockd) 4th 00:36 Perry Baker 7 yd pass from Vick Bradford (Keenan kick)

Team Statistics WLU FSU Score 43 23 FIRST DOWNS 27 14 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 31-201 35-80 PASSING YDS (NET) 379 170 Passes Att-Comp-Int 41-27-2 34-12-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 72-580 69-250 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-15 1-3 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-105 7-193 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 2-86 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-35.2 7-36.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 10-95 10-95 Possession Time 28:04 31:20 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 10 9 of 19 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 6-8 4-4 Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Patrick Pinchinat (10-40), Scott Victorio (6-19); WLU-Kevon Calhoun (24-185), DeVaughn Gordon (2-7) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (11-33--163); WLU-Zach Amedro (26-39--373) Receiving: FS-Eric Eitson (4-49), Perry Baker (3-28), Matt Wilmer (1-42); WLU-Ryan Travis (13-214), Willie Walker (4-38), Pauly Ferguson (4-27) Tackles: FS-Greg Underwood (6-5--11), Dewey McDonald (3-3--6), Raynell Hall (4-1--5); WLU-Clay Beeler (4-4--8), Alec Wood (5-2--7)

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Team Statistics FSU UC Score 27 35 FIRST DOWNS 19 22 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 24-86 64-319 PASSING YDS (NET) 216 99 Passes Att-Comp-Int 32-18-0 7-4-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 56-302 71-418 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 3-12 4-48 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-127 5-120 Interception Returns-Yards 1-18 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 7-42.9 4-42.5 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-1 Penalties-Yards 4-30 6-45 Possession Time 22:51 37:09 Third-Down Conversions 3 of 10 7 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 3-4 Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Patrick Pinchinat (13-40), Loga Moore (6-37); UC-Maurice Leak (14-77), Jordan Roberts (13-75), Blain Wilson (7-53), Nick Lockhart (12-47), Brian Lee (6-17) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (18-31--216); UC-Blain Wilson (3-3--72), Maurice Leak (1-4--27) Receiving: FS-Chris St. Hilaire (5-58), Scott Victorio (3-11), Zack Page, (2-49); UC-Justin Nelson (138), Julian Johnson (1-30), Isidro Sanchez (1-27) Tackles: FS-Greg Underwood (9-2--11), Garrett Davis (8-1--9), Dewey McDonald (5-2--7); UC-Danny Thomas (3-2--5), Aaron Dunlap (4-0--4)

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Qtr Time Scoring play 1st 10:29 Nick Lockhart 3 yd run (Sherrill kick) 1st 07:31 Jordan Roberts 24 yd run (Sherrill kick) 2nd 12:28 Jordan Roberts 1 yd run (Sherrill kick) 2nd 08:58 Stephan Johnson 34 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 2nd 03:00 Jordan Roberts 1 yd run (Sherrill kick) 2nd 00:08 Eric Eitson 4 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick failed) 3rd 07:00 P. Pinchinat 1 yd run (Keenan kick) 4th 13:03 Julian Johnson 30 yd pass from Blain Wilson (Sherrill kick) 4th 11:45 Zack Page 35 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick)

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October 16, 2010 • Pembroke, N.C.

October 23, 2010 • Fairmont, W.Va.

October 30, 2010 • Fairmont, W.Va.

November 6, 2010 • Princeton, W.Va.

UNC Pembroke 24, Fairmont State 0

Fairmont State 45, WV Wesleyan 14

Fairmont State 44, Seton Hill 29

Concord 41, Fairmont State 17

PEMBROKE, N.C. -- UNC Pembroke scored two third quarter touchdowns to break open a 10-0 game at the half and take a 24-0 win over Fairmont State on Saturday at Grace Johnson Stadium. UNCP (5-2) held Fairmont State (2-5) to just 38 yards rushing and eight first downs on the day. Logan Moore was 10-18 for 109 yards and two interceptions. Redshirt freshman Damon Waters had 15 carries for 64 yards. Dewey McDonald led the Falcons defensively with 11 total tackles, including one for a loss, and two pass breakups. Greg Underwood made six solo tackles. Neither team was overly impressive offensively as UNCP had just 260 yards of total offense compared to just 147 for Fairmont State. The Falcons managed just 38 yards on the ground on 36 carries. The Braves scored all 14 points in the second half off of Fairmont State turnovers. The game was scoreless through the first quarter, but the Braves broke through early on in the second quarter with a 20-yard field goal from Jake Sanders. UNCP took advantage of a FSU turnover late in the second quarter as Elliott Powell punched one in from one-yard out to give UNCP the 10-0 advantage going into the break. After a three-and-out to start the third quarter, the Falcons then kept UNCP off the scoreboard by blocking a field goal. However, on the next play, Moore was intercepted. The Braves capitalized two plays later with another score from Powell. The Braves added one more score late in the third quarter again off an FSU interception, this time it was Travis Daniels doing the honors from two yards out.

FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- Logan Moore tossed three touchdowns and rushed for another to help lead Fairmont State to a 45-14 win over 25th-ranked WV Wesleyan on Saturday afternoon at Duvall-Rosier Field. Moore had 120 yards rushing and 121 passing to help pace the Falcon offense. The Falcons rolled up 272 yards on the ground while limiting WV Wesleyan to 130. In addition to Moore, Patrick Pinchinat added 65 yards on the ground, including a 35-yard touchdown scamper, Scott Victorio had 51 yards and Damon Waters had 28 yards on 11 carries. The Falcon defense surrendered 403 yards of total offense, but held the potent Bobcat offense 19 points below its scoring average on the season. Freshman Garrett Davis was a standout defensively for the Falcons notching eight solo tackles, including two for a loss and a sack, and returned a fumble 56 yards in the third quarter. Ryland Newman also added a defensive touchdown for the Falcons. Seven different receivers caught passes for the Falcons, led by four catches from Chris St. Hilaire and three by Waters. Perry Baker, Cody Reed and Eric Eitson had touchdown receptions. The Falcons scored first on their first possession with a 35-yard field goal from Frank Keenan, but Wesleyan promptly answered with an 11-play, 69-yard drive capped by a Adam Neugebauer toss to T.J. Benners in the back of the end zone. The Falcons answered back as Baker grabbed a 20-yard pass from Moore to put FSU back up 10-7 in the first quarter. The Falcons got some breathing room late in the second quarter as Reed took a screen pass and went 17 yards for the score. The Bobcats looked to get back into the game with a touchdown early in the third quarter from Lavaughn Hughes seven-yard touchdown run to make it 17-14. The Falcons would score the game’s next 28 points, starting with a 10-yard touchdown run from Moore. Pinchinat later broke free on the left side down the sideline 35 yards out for the score to make it 31-14. WV Wesleyan was threatening to score late in the third quarter and get back into the game, but Greg Underwood forced a fumble at the one that was scooped up by Davis and returned 56 yards. The Falcons cashed in with a slant pass to Eitson in traffic from 12 yards out. The Falcons iced the game with a 85-yard interception return for a touchdown from Ryland Newman.

FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- Logan Moore threw for 303 yards on 14-of-20 passing and accounted for five FSU touchdowns in a 44-29 Homecoming victory over Seton Hill at Duvall-Rosier Field. Moore became the first Falcon to throw for 300 yards since Pat Morrison threw for 312 yards against Cal (Pa) in 2003. He had a season-high four touchdowns passing against the Griffins and added another one on the ground. Perry Baker caught four passes on the day for 139 yards with three scores. Chris St. Hilaire hauled in three passes for 101 yards including a 58-yard touchdown. Eric Eitson also added a receiving touchdown for Fairmont State. Damon Waters gained 75 yards on 14 carries. Garrett Davis continued his stellar play with 13 tackles including six solo stops. Greg Underwood notched nine tackles and blocked a punt. Ryland Newman intercepted his fourth pass of the season and returned it 45 yards against SHU. Zack Page had a solid afternoon on special teams for Fairmont State returning three punts for 52 yards and three kickoffs for 72 yards. Moore capped the opening drive of the game with a 19-yard touchdown scamper to put the Falcons in front 7-0. After forcing a Griffin punt, Moore found Baker with a 23-yard touchdown strike to make it 14-0. Thedrive was keyed by a 19-yard run on 3-and-11 from Waters. FSU forced a three-and-out on the next SHU possession and Zack Page returned the punt 37 yards to set the Falcons up in Seton Hill territory. Frank Keenan hit from 36 yards to make it 17-0 early in the second quarter. The Griffins got their offense going on the ensuing possession when R.J. Butler punched it in from two yards out to make it 17-7. Moore would again find Baker for six, this time from 33 yards out. The extra point attempt failed, but FSU still held a 23-7 advantage. The Falcons added another score late in the half as Moore found St. Hilaire, who made a couple nifty moves and raced 58 yards for a touchdown to put Fairmont State ahead 30-7 going into halftime. The TD reception was the first of the season for St. Hilaire. The Falcon defense forced a three-and-out on Seton Hill’s opening possession of the third quarter, and Aaron Prescott’s punt was blocked by Greg Underwood and recovered by Hunter Ferguson. FSU would capitalize on the great field position with Moore finding Eitson twice on the drive, the second reception going for a touchdown to make the score 37-7. The two teams traded punts before Seton Hill’s DJ Lenehan found Zach Delo from 17 yards out to make it 37-14. The Griffins would add another touchdown in the fourth to make it 37-22, but Fairmont State would recover the ensuing onside kick. Seton Hill’s defense held bringing up a fourth down but the Falcons elected to fake a punt and had success as J.J. Mayer found Perry Baker for a 39-yard touchdown to make it 44-22. SHU would add one final touchdown but Fairmont State again recovered the onside attempt and were able to run out the clock and claim the 44-29 win.

PRINCETON, W.Va. -- Concord erased an early 10-7 first quarter deficit and rolled to a 41-17 at Hunnicutt Stadium in Princeton, W.Va., in the “Rotary Bowl.” Concord (8-2, 5-2) rolled up over 550 yards of total offense en route to the victory. Zach Grossi threw for over 400 yards and Thomas Mayo had nine catches for 258 yards and three touchdowns. Brian Kennedy had 193 yards rushing for the Mountain Lions. Logan Moore had 167 yards passing but was picked three times. He also had a rushing touchdown. Dewey McDonald had an interception and returned it 39 yards to help establish a new Fairmont State record with 317 career interception yards. The game started as a defensive battle until Grossi found Mayo from 54 yards away to put the Mountain Lions on top 7-0. The Falcons were able to drive down and get a field goal from Frank Kennan to make it 7-3. McDonald was able to pick Grossi off on the ensuing Mountain possesion and set the Falcons up deep in Concord territory. Moore would take advantage with a 14 yard touchdown scamper to put FSU in front 10-7 going into the second quarter. After a Concord punt and a missed field goal Grossi was able to plunge in from three yards out to make it 14-10 Mountain Lions. Things seemed to be going the Falcons way as Greg Underwood was able to pick off a Grossi pass and set the Falcons up again with great field position, but a fumble brought the drive to an abrupt hault. Concord took advanage of the turnover driving down and picking up a field goal to extend the lead to 17-10. After a Moore interception Grossi found Horace Daugherty to give CU a 24-10 lead heading to the locker room. The third quarter opened with three punts and just like the first half Grossi again found Mayo to extend the Mountain Lion advantage to 31-10. After another interception Grossi went to his favorite target three times with the third one being a touchdown to make it 38-10. The Falcons fumbled on their next possession, but were able to hold the Mountain Lions to a three-and-out and Underwood came up with a punt block and Stephan Johnson recovered. Cody Reed plowed in from two yards out to make it 38-17. FSU would recover the ensuing onside kick which traveled 30 yards and put the Falcons in Concord territory. FSu would however turn the ball over on downs and Concord would tack on a field goal to take the 41-17 win.

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Qtr Time Scoring play 2nd 14:13 Sanders 20 yd field goal 2nd 03:42 E. Powell 1 yd run (Sanders kick) 3rd 08:22 E. Powell 9 yd run (Sanders kick) 3rd 01:19 T. Daniels 2 yd run (Sanders kick)

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Team Statistics FSU UNCP Score 0 24 FIRST DOWNS 8 12 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 36-38 32-62 PASSING YDS (NET) 109 198 Passes Att-Comp-Int 18-10-2 27-14-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 54-147 59-260 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 3-14 3-22 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-77 1-18 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-58 Punts (Number-Avg) 9-35.6 6-38.8 Fumbles-Lost 6-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 6-57 2-15 Possession Time 31:58 28:02 Third-Down Conversions 3 of 14 4 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 0-0 4-5

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Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Damon Waters (15-64), Patrick Pinchinat (6-16); UNCP-Powell (15-49), Daniels (4-23) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (10-18--109); UNCP-Smith (14-27--198) Receiving: FS-Chris St. Hilaire (2-41), Perry Baker (2-17); UNCP-Lloyd (8-96), Throckmorton (3-46) Tackles: FS-Dewey McDonald (7-4--11), Greg Underwood (6-2--8); UNCP-Deese (3-4--7), Jenkins (3-3--6)

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Qtr Time Scoring play 1st 12:18 Frank Keenan 35 yd field goal 1st 07:29 T.J. Benners 5 yd pass from A. Neugebauer (K. Karpiak kick) 1st 02:49 Perry Baker 20 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 2nd 01:40 Cody Reed 17 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 3rd 09:24 L. Hughes 7 yd run (K. Karpiak kick) 3rd 05:20 Logan Moore 10 yd run (Keenan kick) 3rd 00:18 P. Pinchinat 35 yd run (Keenan kick) 4th 09:15 Eric Eitson 12 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 4th 07:04 Ryland Newman 85 yd interception return (Keenan kick)

Team Statistics WVWC FSU Score 14 45 FIRST DOWNS 24 22 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 35-130 39-272 PASSING YDS (NET) 283 121 Passes Att-Comp-Int 44-28-2 26-12-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 79-413 65-393 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-56 Punt Returns-Yards 2-75 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-108 2-41 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-94 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-29.5 4-38.8 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 1-1 Penalties-Yards 11-120 15-130 Possession Time 30:31 29:29 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 16 5 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 5-6 Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Logan Moore (9-120), Patrick Pinchinat (5-65), Scott Victorio (4-51), Damon Waters (1128); WVWC-J. Valentin (14-87), T. Massey (9-30), A. Neugebauer (9-17) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (12-26--121); WVWC-A. Neugeabauer (24-39--265) Receiving: FS-Chris St. Hilaire (4-27), Damon Waters (3-19), Perry Baker (1-20), Matt Wilmer (1-18), Cody Reed (1-17), Eric Eitson (1-12); WVWC-J. Meadows (8-118), T.J. Benners (8-74) Tackles: FS-Garrett Davis (8-0--8), Dan Dario (6-1--7), Greg Underwood (6-1--7), Danie Strosnider (4-3--7); WVWC-J. Robertson (5-2--7), J. Maddox (5-1--6), B. Vukela (5-1--6)

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Qtr Time Scoring play 1st 11:25 Logan Moore 19 yd run (Keenan kick) 1st 05:04 Perry Baker 23 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 2nd 14:54 Frank Keenan 36 yd field goal 2nd 09:29 RJ Butler 2 yd run (Adam Gillingham kick) 2nd 07:04 Perry Baker 33 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keim rush failed) 2nd 01:41 C. St. Hilaire 58 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 3rd 11:47 Eric Eitson 11 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 3rd 05:45 Zach Delo 17 yd pass from DJ Lenehan (Gillingham kick) 4th 04:04 Tyler McIntosh 9 yd pass from DJ Lenehan (J. Valdovinos pass) 4th 03:02 Perry Baker 39 yd pass from J.J. Mayer (Keenan kick) 4th 01:15 RJ Butler 5 yd run (Gillingham kick)

Team Statistics Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

SHU FSU 29 44 27 18 42-204 26-122 183 355 36-21-2 25-17-1 78-387 51-477 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-58 7-114 3-72 1-27 2-45 5-27.8 1-60.0 0-0 1-0 4-30 8-90 35:32 24:28 10 of 17 4 of 8 1 of 2 1 of 2 4-4 3-5

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Damon Waters (14-75), Matt Wilmer (1-20), Scott Victorio (3-17); SHU-Daniel Butler (22-106), DJ Lenehan (6-46), David Miller (4-28) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (14-20--303); SHU-DJ Lenehan (21-36--183) Receiving: FS-Perry Baker (4-139), Chris St. Hilaire (3-101), Eric Eitson (3-36); SHU-Zach Delo (6-71), Armstead (6-47), Daniel Butler (4-20) Tackles: FS-Garrett Davis (6-7--13), Greg Underwood (6-3--9), Luke Black (4-3--7); SHU-Chris Galadyk (7-0--7), Danilo Bautista (4-1--5), Nick McGahagan (3-2--5)

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Team Statistics FSU CU FIRST DOWNS 14 27 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 33-102 40-153 PASSING YDS (NET) 167 419 Passes Att-Comp-Int 29-14-3 34-21-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 62-269 74-572 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-2 Punt Returns-Yards 2-8 1-7 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-107 4-71 Interception Returns-Yards 2-51 3-40 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-40.2 3-29.3 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 2-1 Penalties-Yards 7-94 14-144 Possession Time 29:18 30:42 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 13 5 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 4-6 Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Damon Waters (14-48), Logan Moore (9-20), Patrick Pinchinat (5-17); CU-Brian Kennedy (28-127), Chris Rodrigues (2-11), Tae Gilbert (5-9) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (14-29--167); CU-Zack Grossi (21-34--419) Receiving: FS-Chris St. Hilaire (4-37), Eric Eitson (3-71), Perry Baker (2-31); CU-Thomas Mayo (9-258), Horace Daughtry (5-67), Rashid Baker (4-42) Tackles: FS-Ryland Newman (6-2--8), Greg Underwood (5-3--8), Daniel Strosnider (4-3--7); CU-Larez Harper (6-1--7), Joe Greenway (5-2--7), Aaron Martinez (5-1--6)

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Qtr Time Scoring play 1st 06:16 Thomas Mayo 54 yd pass from Zack Grossi (Strupp kick) 1st 03:49 Frank Keenan 29 yd field goal 1st 00:12 Logan Moore 14 yd run (Keenan kick) 2nd 08:13 Zack Grossi 3 yd run (Strupp kick) 2nd 02:20 Brandon Strupp 40 yd field goal 2nd 00:25 Horace Daughtry 19 yd pass from Zack Grossi (Strupp kick) 3rd 04:51 Thomas Mayo 19 yd pass from Zack Grossi (Strupp kick) 3rd 00:35 Thomas Mayo 21 yd pass from Zack Grossi (Strupp kick) 4th 10:38 Cody Reed 2 yd run (Keenan kick) 4th 02:25 Brandon Strupp 33 yd field goal

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WVIAC Final Standings

November 13, 2010 • Fairmont, W.Va.

Fairmont State 63, WV State 38

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FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- Fairmont State used a big third quarter to help lead the Falcons to a 63-38 win over West Virginia State at Duvall-Rosier Field. The Falcons sent their 10 seniors out with a victory and finish the season at 5-6. The Yellow Jackets finished the year 0-10. Damon Waters rushed for 138 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Logan Moore was 15-26 for 206 yards and four touchdowns. He was also picked three times. Senior Perry Baker had his final game as a Falcon and finished it with three catches for 40 yards and two touchdowns. He also played defensive back late in the game and had an interception. Chris St. Hilaire had three catches for 50 yards and Matt Wilmer had three catches for 32 yards. Wilmer also had a huge day on special teams returning four punts for 145 yards and one touchdown. Wilmer also set up FSU’s first touchdown by returning a punt to the one-yard line. Greg Underwood led FSU defensively with 12 tackles (seven solo) and one interception. Senior Dan Dario finished with nine total tackles, six solo, and three for a loss. Garrett Davis and Dewey McDonald had six tackles apiece. After a slow offensive start, things got exciting after Damon Waters rushed in from 21 yards to give the Falcons a 7-0 lead. Fairmont State tried an onside kick, but WV State’s Brandon Morgan came plucked it out of the air and returned it 44 yards to even the score at 7-7. Wilmer opened the second quarter with a 53-yard punt return down to the one. Senior Doug Brazill did the honors from one yard out for the touchdown. The Falcons extended their lead as Luke Black picked off a pass and returned it 34 yards for a touchdown. WV State would not go away, though as Fabian Payne burst through the line for a 74-yard touchdown run. The Falcons answered with a 10 yard pass from Moore to Baker to make it 28-14. WV State added a score late in the half to make it 28-21 at the break. The Falcons out-scored WV State 28-3 in the third quarter to help break the game open. The Falcons scored in the opening drive of the third quarter, capped by a 10-yard touchdown pass reception from Moore to Baker. Fairmont State held WV State on its ensuing possession, and WIlmer returned the punt 77 yards for the touchdown. WV State’s Craig Wissler hit a 42-yard field goal to make it 42-24, but Waters scored from 41 yards out and Moore hit Wilmer from 19 yards out to effectively put the game away after three quarters and make it 56-24. Ricky Phillips hit Landon Johnson from 32 yards out and then from 45 yards out to pull WV State back to within 56-38. FSU capped the game with a 17-yard touchdown reception from Moore to St. Hilaire to record the final 63-38. Score Fairmont State Concord Team FSU WVSU FSU FSU WVSU FSU WVSU FSU FSU WVSU FSU FSU WVSU WVSU FSU

1 2 3 4 F 10 0 0 7 17 7 17 14 3 41

Qtr Time Scoring play 1st 02:16 Damon Waters 21 yd run (Keenan kick) 1st 02:05 Brandon Morgan 44 yd kickoff return (Wissler kick) 2nd 14:36 Doug Brazill 1 yd run (Keenan kick) 2nd 12:30 Luke Black 34 yd interception return (Keenan kick) 2nd 11:03 Fabian Payne 74 yd run (Wissler kick) 2nd 08:12 Perry Baker 10 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 2nd 00:32 Fabian Payne 1 yd run (Wissler kick) 3rd 09:46 Perry Baker 15 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 3rd 08:54 Matt Wilmer 77 yd punt return (Keenan kick) 3rd 04:48 Craig Wissler 42 yd field goal 3rd 03:34 Damon Waters 41 yd run (Keenan kick) 3rd 00:42 Matt Wilmer 19 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick) 4th 12:27 Landon Johnson 32 yd pass from Ricky Phillips (Wissler kick) 4th 10:21 Landon Johnson 45 yd pass from Ricky Phillips (Wissler kick) 4th 05:31 C. St. Hilaire 17 yd pass from Logan Moore (Keenan kick)

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Fairmont State All-WVIAC Honors

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Luke Black (DL) Greg Underwood (OLB) Dewey McDonald (S) Ben Landis (P) Frank Keenan (K)

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Matt Khouri (OL) Perry Baker (WR) Ryland Newman (CB) Zack Page (KR)

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Joe Angiotti (OL) Nick Schrader (C) Logan Moore (QB) Chris St. Hilaire (WR) Devin Johnson (DL) Garrett Davis (ILB) Daniel Strosnider (OLB)

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Damon Waters (18-142), Logan Moore (2-33), Matt Wilmer (2-28); WVSU-Fabian Payne (17-113), Ricky Phillips (8-42) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (15-26--206); WVSU-Ricky Phillips (23-37— 257) Receiving: FS-Chris St. Hilaire (3-50), Perry Baker (3-40), Matt Wilmer (3-32); WVSU-Landon Johnson (11-142), Jermain King (7-67), Josh Johnson (3-31) Tackles: FS-Greg Underwood (7-5--12), Dan Dario (6-3—9); WVSU-Chris Young ( 7-1—8), Tyler Long (5-0—5), Dominique Matth (4-1—5)

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1. Shepherd 2. WV Wesleyan 3. West Liberty 4. Concord 5. Charleston 6. Glenville State 7. Fairmont State 8. Seton Hill 9. WV State

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Team Statistics WVSU FSU Score 38 63 FIRST DOWNS 19 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 34-154 28-227 PASSING YDS (NET) 257 206 Passes Att-Comp-Int 37-23-3 26-15-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 71-411 54-433 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-11 5-172 Kickoff Returns-Yards 9-170 6-132 Interception Returns-Yards 3-41 3-55 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-27.4 1-41.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 9-69 8-85 Possession Time 36:14 23:46 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 16 6 of 9 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-1 5-6

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Fighting Falcons Single Season Records Passing Yards 1. Bryan Harman (2000) 3,293 2. Jarrod Furgason (1996) 2,913 3. Jarrod Furgason (1995) 2,696 4. Bryan Harman (2001) 2,560 5. Luc Tousignant (1981) 2,216 6. Bryan Harman (1999) 2,188 7. Jarrod Furgason (1994) 2,176 8. Mike Kellar (1992) 1,945 9. Jarrod Furgason (1997) 1,938 10. Logan Moore (2010) 1,874

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Passing Touchdowns 1. Jarrod Furgason (1995) 35 2. Jarrod Furgason (1996) 28 3. Bryan Harman (1990) 21 4. Jarrod Furgason (1997) 20 5. Bryan Harman (2000) 19 6. Bryan Harman (2001) 18 Logan Moore (2010) 18 8. Jarrod Furgason (1994) 17 9. Vick Bradford (2008) 15 10. Harold Bailey (1971) 13 Passing Completions 1. Bryan Harman (2000) 264 2. Jarrod Furgason (1996) 240 3. Jarrod Furgason (1995) 222 4. Bryan Harman (2001) 210 5. Mike Kellar (1992) 178 6. Bryan Harman (1999) 169 7. Jarrod Furgason (1994) 165 8. Jarrod Furgason (1997) 164 9. Luc Tousignant (1981) 157 10. Logan Moore (2010) 141 Passing Attempts 1. Bryan Harman (2000) 445 2. Mike Kellar (1992) 414 3. Jarrod Furgason (1996) 390 4. Bryan Harman (2001) 355 5. Jarrod Furgason (1995) 349 6. Jarrod Furgason (1994) 323 7. Jarrod Furgason (1997) 314 8. Geno Guerrieri (1993) 302 9. Luc Tousignant (1981) 288 10. Bryan Harman (1999) 287 Completion Pct.* 1. Jarrod Furgason (1995) .636 2. Bryan Harman (1998) .627 3. Jarrod Furgason (1996) .615 4. Bryan Harman (2000) .593 5. Bryan Harman (2001) .592 6. Bryan Harman (1999) .589 7. Tom Morrone (1987) .571 8. Terry Galambus (1975) .551 9. Rich Newbrough (1957) .547 10. Luc Tousignant (1981) .545 * min 50 attempts

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Passing Effiency Rating* 1. Jarrod Furgason (1995) 157.0 2. Bryan Harman (1998) 150.9 3. Jarrod Furgason (1996) 144.4 4. Bryan Harman (1999) 138.7 5. Bryan Harman (2001) 128.6 6. Bryan Harman (2000) 127.9 7. Vick Bradford (2008) 120.9 8. Logan Moore (2010 119.8 9. Luc Tousignant (1981) 118.1 Jarrod Furgason (1997) 118.1 * min 50 attempts since 1971 Total Offense Yards 1. Bryan Harman (2000) 3,427 2. Bryan Harman (2001) 3,021 3. Jarrod Furgason (1996) 2,884 4. Jarrod Furgason (1995) 2,615 5. Bryan Harman (1999) 2,407 6. Luc Tousignant (1981) 2,235 7. Logan Moore (2010) 2,226 8. Jarrod Furgason (1994) 2,140 9. Jarrod Furgason (1997) 1,861 10. Mike Kellar (1992) 1,727 1. Mike Joseph (1996) 2. Mike Joseph (1997) 3. Jason Gibson (1995) 4. Don Overton (1986) 5. Robert Davidson (1998) 6. Robert Davidson (1999) 7. Demetrius Rush (1984) Don Overton (1988) 9. Nathan White (2000) 10. Billy Haddox (1971)

Scoring Pts 144 126 106 102 96 90 84 84 75 72

Rushing Yards 1. Robert Davidson (1998) 1,560 2. Mike Joseph (1996) 1,306 3. Larry Blackstone (1967) 1,288 4. Wendell Johnson (2004) 1,243 5. Wendell Johnson (2006) 1,193 6. Irwin Hastings (1991) 1,188 7. Thomas Foster (1994) 1,138 8. Doug Brazill (2007) 1,137 9. Mike Maximin (1974) 1,123 10. Don Overton (1988) 1,088 Rushing TDs 1. Mike Joseph (1997) 16 2. Don Overton (1986) 15 Mike Joseph (1996) 15 4. Demetrius Rush (1984) 14 Robert Davidson (1998) 14 6. Don Overton (1988) 13 Robert Davidson (1999) 13 8. Jermaine Burke (2001) 12 Brian Brown (1985) 12 Larry Blackstone (1967) 12

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Fighting Falcons Punt Yards 1. Bob Lambert (1973) 2,398 2. Kevin Copley (1993) 2,367 3. Kevin Copley (1992) 2,333 4. Nathan White (1998) 2,324 5. Mark Waslo (1979) 2,213 Punt Avg 1. Nathan White (1999) 44.88 2. Nathan White (2001) 40.73 3. Kevin Copley (1994) 40.57 4. Ben Landis (2010) 40.45 5. Nathan White (1998) 40.07

Punt Returns Yards 1. Bill Ewusiak (1967) 718 2. Lennie Marshall (1979) 331 3. Vince Mitchell (1986) 299 4. Louie Mabin (1988) 264 5. Vince Mitchell (1985) 239 1. Zack Page (2009) 2. Zack Page (2008) 3. Zack Page (2010) 4. Zack Page (2007) 5. Mike Mainella (1999)

Kick Returns 43 36 28 26 23

1. Zack Page (2009) 2. Zack Page (2008) 3. Zack Page (2010) 4. Zack Page (2007) 5. Mike Mainella (1999)

Kick Returns Yards 1,221 807 637 600 588

Solo Tackles 84 77 75 73 71 71 69 69 68 67

Tot. Tackles 1. Matt Joseph (1991) 61-81—142 2. Randy Jones (1981) 84-48—132 Tim Underwood (1979) 71-61—132 4. Gary Burney (1993) 77-51—128 Terry Williams (1987) 71-57—128 6. Tim Byard (1981) 68-57—125 7. Joe Wirth (1979) 60-64—124 8. Henry Newby (1993) 73-48—121 9. Tolani Edwards (1994) 62-58—120 10. Josh Ison (2002) 75-43—118 Jake Spruell (1999) 39-79—118 Dave D’Eusanio (1988) 61-57—118

Punt Ret. 1. Bill Ewusiak (1967) 41 2. Louie Mabin (1988) 36 3. Lennie Marshall (1979) 23 Zack Page (2007) 23 Vince Mitchell (1986) 23 Vince Mitchell (1985) 23

Tack For Loss 1. Randy Jones (1981) 35 2. Vince Black (2007) 28 3. Ken Oravec (1998) 21 4. Glenn Johnson (1988) 20 5. David Hill (2008) 19 Scott Williamson (1986) 19 Tim Underwood (1979) 19 8. Tom Kickler (1986) 18 Ed Smith (2003) 18 10. Randy Jones (1980) 17 Kevin Radcliffe (1979) 17

Passing Yards Player (Game, Year) 1. Bryan Harman (vs Concord, 2000) 2. Jarrod Furgason (vs WV State, 1995) 3. Jarrod Furgason (vs WV State, 1996) 4. Bryan Harman (vs Campbellsville, 1999) 5. Jarrod Furgason (vs Concord, 1995) 6. Bryan Harman (vs WVU-Tech, 2000) 7. Bryan Harman (vs West Liberty, 2000) 8. Bryan Harman (vs WV State, 2000) 9. Bryan Harman (vs Concord, 2001) 10. Bryan Harman (vs Glenville State, 1999) 11. Jarrod Furgason (vs Shepherd, 1995) 12. Luc Tousignant (vs WV Wesleyan, 1981) 12. Bryan Harman (vs Shepherd, 2000) 14. Bryan Harman (vs West Liberty, 2001) 15. Jarrod Furgason (vs West Liberty, 1996)

FG Made 1. Nathan White (2000) 15 John Holtfreter (1980) 15 3. Alex Ashley (2008) 12 4. Randy Whited (1982) 11 5. Randy Whited (1981) 10

1. Randy Jones (1981) 2. Luke Black (2008) 3. Randy Jones (1979) Kevin Radcliffe (1980) Randy Jones (1980) Mark Krocker (1992) Ken Oravec (1988) 8. M.J. Twyman (2007) Brandon Geary (2007) Aram Banks (1997) Henry Newby (1992) John Lybarger (1994)

Comp.-Att. Pct. 37-56 .661 23-35 .657 34-48 .708 20-31 .645 21-33 .636 35-57 .614 29-45 .644 24-46 .522 21-33 .636 17-25 .680 29-44 .659 19-27 .704 29-47 .617 22-35 .629 27-47 .575

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Interceptions 1. John Crockett (1988) 9 Louie Mabin (1988) 9 3. Dan Fairbanks (1982) 8 Paul Kuzio (1978) 8 5. Andre Pope (2006) 7 Shawn Jemison (2005) 7 Bill Smarr (1994) 7 Louie Mabin (1987) 7 Marty Guzzetta (1986) 7 Gary Blair (1976) 7 Mike Argabrite (1971) 7 Fred Phelps (1971) 7

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INT Yds 1. Ryland Newman (2010) 202 2. Dewey McDonald (2009) 161 3. Dewey McDonald (2010) 156 4. Andre Pope (2006) 147 5. Mike Argabrite (1969) 128 6. Tony Monday (1975) 117 7. Paul Kuzio (1978) 116 8. Louie Mabin (1987) 113 9. Bob Fulmer (1982) 108 10. Dan Fairbanks (1982) 106 1. Andre Holmes (1996) 2. Andre Holmes (1997) 3. Matt Vujaklya (2007) Vashon Page (1990) Matt Vujaklya (2004) Pierre Roddy (1998)

Single Game Bests

PATs Made 1. Nathan White (2001) 39 Nathan White (1999) 39 3. Frank Keenan (2010) 38 Jason Miller (1996) 38 5. John Huff (1969) 36

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1. Randy Jones (1981) 2. Gary Burney (1993) 3. Josh Ison (2002) 4. Henry Newby (1993) 5. Terry Williams (1987) Tim Underwood (1979) 7. Clint Kauffman (1997) Andre Holmes (1997) 9. Tim Byard (1981) 10. Vince Black (2007)

Players opponent review RECORDS FSU

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Rushing Yards Player (Game, Year) Att-Yds 1. Robert Davidson (vs Concord, 1998) 48-403 2. Larry Blackstone (vs Concord, 1967) 16-282 3. Darrin Liggins (vs Glenville State, 1990) 35-276 4. Robert Davidson (vs WV Wesleyan, 1998) 36-247 5. Wendell Johnson (vs Glenville St., 2004) 35-245 6. Perry Baker (vs. Seton Hill, 2008) 12-244 7. Mike Joseph (vs Concord, 1996) 44-242 8. Don Overton (vs Clarion, 1989) 29-240 9. Irwin Hastings (vs WV Tech, 1991) 34-228 10. Thomas Foster (vs Tiffin, 1994) 40-226 11. Doug Brazill (vs Clarion, 2007) 33-219 12. Wendell Johnson (vs WV Tech, 2004) 22-216 13. Wendell Johnson (vs WV State, 2005) 27-215 14. Brian Brown (vs Shepherd, 1985) 28-214 15. Don Overton (vs WV State, 1986) 14-212 Roy Jackson (vs Bethany, 1963) 35-212 Roy Jackson (vs WV Tech, 1964) 35-212 Rory Richardson (vs Slippery Rock, 1990) 25-212

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Passing Yards 1. Jarrod Furgason (1993-97) 9,856 2. Bryan Harman (1998-01) 8,580 3. Luc Tousignant (1978-81) 4,737 4. Terry Galambus (1972-75) 3,525 5. Harold Bailey (1970-73) 3,178 6. Larry Farrell (1979-84) 2,787 7. Roy Michael (1966-69) 2,572 8. John Rahl (2005-08) 2,121 9. Mike Hockenberry (1995-98) 2,045 10. Gino Guerrieri (1993-94) 2,012

Rushing Yards 1. Wendell Johnson (2003-06) 3,745 2. Don Overton (1986-89) 3,524 3. Mike Maximin (1972-75) 3,199 4. Brian Brown (1982-85) 3,136 5. Mike Joseph (1994-97) 3,095 6. Robert Davidson (1988-89) 2,561 7. Doug Brazill (2007-10) 2,320 8. Matt Morris (1976-79) 2,137 9. Ted Jackson (1969-72) 2,076 10. Larry Blackstone (1964-67) 1,845

Passing Touchdowns 1. Jarrod Furgason (1993-97) 101 2. Bryan Harman (1998-01) 64 3. Luc Tousignant (1978-81) 30 4. Roy Michael (1966-69) 24 5. Harold Bailey (1970-73) 23 Terry Galambus (1972-75) 23 7. Vick Bradford (2007-10) 21 8. Logan Moore (2010-present) 18 George Clayton (1964-65) 18 Larry Farrell (1979-84) 18

Rushing TDs 1. Don Overton (1986-89) 44 2. Mike Joseph (1994-97) 40 3. Robert Davidson (1988-89) 27 Brian Brown (1982-85) 27 5. Wendell Johnson (2003-06) 26 6. Demetrius Rush (1983-85) 23 7. Bryan Harman (1998-01) 21 8. Jo Jo Parker (2003-05) 19 9. Ted Jackson (1969-72) 18 10. Jermaine Burke (1998-01 16

Passing Completions 1. Jarrod Furgason (1993-97) 798 2. Bryan Harman (1998-01) 685 3. Luc Tousignant (1978-81) 344 4. Terry Galambus (1972-75) 280 5. Harold Bailey (1970-73) 219 6. Larry Farrell (1979-84) 210 7. Roy Michael (1966-69) 187 8. Mike Kellar (1991-92) 178 9. Tom Morrone (1985-87) 175 10. Mike Hockenberry (1995-98) 167

Rushing Att 1. Wendell Johnson (2003-06) 810 2. Mike Maximin (1972-75) 725 3. Mike Joseph (1994-97) 663 4. Don Overton (1986-89) 620 5. Brian Brown (1982-85) 599 6. Doug Brazill (2007-10) 508 7. Robert Davidson (1998-89) 494 8. Ted Jackson (1969-72) 461 9. Jo Jo Parker (2003-05) 397 10. Khalil Anthony (1999-02) 396

Total Offense 1. Jarrod Furgason (1993-97) 9,638 Bryan Harman (1998-01) 9,638 3. Luc Tousignant (1978-81) 5,311 4. Wendell Johnston (2003-06) 3,745 5. Don Overton (1986-89) 3,739 6. Terry Galambus (1972-75) 3,255 7. Mike Maximin (1972-75) 3,199 8. Harold Bailey (1970-73) 3,178 9. Brian Brown (1982-85) 3,155 10. Mike Joseph (1994-97) 3,121 1. Mike Joseph (1994-97) 2. Don Overton (1986-89) 3. Nathan White (1998-01) 4. Todd Anderson (1998-01) 5. Robert Davidson (1998-99) 6. Brian Brown (1982-85) 7. Wendell Johnson (2003-06) 8. Demetrius Rush (1982-85) Jason Gibson (1993-95) 10. Roy Jackson (1963-66)

Scoring 356 288 213 204 186 174 170 148 148 144

Receiving Yards 1. Todd Anderson (1998-02) 3,085 2. Ed Coleman (1981-85) 2,581 3. Jason Trent (1997-00) 2,320 4. Ted Murphy (1993-96) 2,027 5. Mike Roscoe (1983-87) 1,991 6. Larry Goodine (1972-75) 1,913 7. Mike Joseph (1994-97) 1,707 8. Germaine Johnson (1999-02) 1,641 9. Perry Baker (2007-10) 1,552 10. Khalid Dover (2001-04) 1,466 Receptions 1. Jason Trent (1997-00) 203 2. Todd Anderson (1998-02) 192 3. Mike Joseph (1994-97) 171 4. Ed Coleman (1981-85) 169 5. Germaine Johnson (1999-02) 148 6. Ted Murphy (1993-96) 144 Mike Roscoe (1983-87) 144 8. Larry Goodine (1972-75) 127 9. Khalid Dover (2001-04) 118 10. Scott Shepherd (1995-97) 100

Receiving TDs 1. Todd Anderson (1998-02) 33 2. Jason Gibson (1992-95) 23 3. Perry Baker (2007-10 19 Ted Murphy (1993-96) 19 5. Mike Joseph (1994-97) 18 6. Mike Roscoe (1983-87) 17 7. Ed Coleman (1981-85) 16 8. Khalid Dover (2001-04) 15 Jason Trent (1997-00) 15 Josh Romeo (2002-05) 15 Larry Goodine (1972-75) 15 PATs Made 1. Nathan White (1998-02) 132 2. Erik Soliday (1981-84) 79 3. Scott Lewis (1988-91) 74 4. Alex Ashley (2005, 07-09) 72 5. Sam Collins (1985-87) 66 FG Made 1. Nathan White (1998-02) 27 2. Alex Ashley (2005, 07-09) 23 3. Randy Whited (1981-82) 21 4. Scott Lewis (1988-91) 16 5. John Holtfreter (1980) 15

Fighting Falcons 1. Zack Page (2007-10) 2. Mike Mainella (1997-00) 3. Ed Coleman (1981-85) 4. Anthony Cooks (2000-02) 5. Don Overton (1986-89)

Kick Return Yards 3,265 1,490 1,200 995 810

1. Randy Jones (1978-81) 2. Tim Underwood (1976-79) 3. Scott Williamson (1983-86) 4. Joe Wirth (1978-81) 5. Tim Byard (1979-82) 6. Terry Williams (1985-88) 7. Kevin Radcliffe (1975-80) 8. Matt Vance (2001-05) 9. Bill Smarr (1992-95) 10. Nate Black (2006-09)

Solo Tackles 206 192 185 173 162 155 154 150 146 142

Total Tackles 1. Scott Williamson (1983-86) 185-249—434 2. Tim Underwood (1976-79) 192-183—375 3. Randy Jones (1978-81) 206-145—351 4. Joe Wirth (1978-81) 173-170—343 5. Matt Vance (2001-05) 150-182—332 6. Tim Byard (1979-82) 162-168—330 7. Terry Williams (1985-88) 155-147—302 8. Terry Boyd (1987-90) 162-134—296 9. Adam West (1989-91) 115-176—291 Kevin Radcliffe (1975-80) 154-137—291

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Sacks 40 25 22 22 20 19 17 17 16 16

Interceptions 1. Mike Argabrite (1968-71) 18 2. Marty Guzzetta (1982-86) 17 3. Louie Mabin (1987-88) 16 Bill Smarr (1992-95) 16 5. Shawn Jemison (2002-05) 13 6. Vince Mitchell (1983-86) 12 Matt Vujaklya (2005-08) 12 8. Derek Judd (1989-91) 11 9. Isaac Weaver (2002-04) 10 Corey Hoppe (2001-03) 10 B.J. Kisner (1985-88) 10 Dan Fairbanks (1981-82) 10 Bob Fulmer (1979-82) 10 Tony Monday (1972-75) 10 INT Yds 1. Dewey McDonald (2009-present) 317 2. Mike Argabrite (1968-71) 311 3. Ryland Newman (2009-present) 241 4. Tony Monday (1972-75) 208 5. Vince Mitchell (1983-86) 191 1. Matt Vujaklya (2005-08) Andre Holmes (1996-97) 3. Vashon Page (1990-93) 4. Henry Newby (1992-93) Bill Smarr (1992-95)

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Punt Yards 1. Mark Waslo (1978-81) 8,163 2. Nathan White (1998-02) 7,990 3. Ben Landis (2007-08, 10) 6,031 4. Gordon Moon (1988-90) 5,722 5. Chuck Sincel (1982-85) 5,080

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Punt Avg* 1. Nathan White (1998-02) 40.77 2. Ben Landis (2007-08, 10) 37.45 3. Kevin Copley (1993-94) 37.34 4. Mark Waslo (1978-81) 37.27 5. Chuck Sincel (1982-85) 36.29 *min 50 att Punt Returns 1. Bill Ewusiak (1965-67) 81 2. Zack Page (2007-10) 66 3. Vince Mitchell (1983-86) 53 4. Louie Mabin (1987-88) 48 5. Mike Roscoe (1983-87) 45 Punt Returns Yards 1. Bill Ewusiak (1965-67) 1,004 2. Vince Mitchell (1983-86) 620 3. Zack Page (2007-10) 544 4. Lennie Marshall (1978-81) 493 5. Mike Roscoe (1983-87) 381 1. Zack Page (2007-10) 2. Mike Mainella (1997-00) 3. Ed Coleman (1981-85) 4. Anthony Cooks (2000-02) 5. Don Overton (1986-89)

Kick Returns 133 64 57 45 40

Michael Fortier 62

Tack For Loss 1. Randy Jones (1978-81) 65 2. Scott Williamson (1983-86) 48 3. Vince Black (2004-07) 45 4. Brandon Geary (2004-07) 42 5. Nate Black (2006-09) 35 6. Tom Kickler (1983-86) 34 7. Ken Oravec (1985-88) 32 Matt Vance (2001-05) 32 Jake Spruell (1997-00) 32 10. Jake Owens (2004-07) 31

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Punting Attempts Career 219 Mark Waslo, 1978-81 Season 71 Bob Lambert, 1973 Game 13 Nick Moreman vs. Glenville State 1954

Rushing Yards Gained Career 3,745 Wendell Johnson, 2003-06 Season 1,560 Robert Davidson, 1998 Game 403 Robert Davidson vs. Concord, 1998 Play 97 Rory Richardson vs. Slippery Rock, 1990 (TD)

Punting Average Career 40.77 Nathan White, 1998-01 (196 att.) Season 44.88 Nathan White, 1999 (43 att.) Game 54.00 Gordon Moon vs. Glenville State, 1989 (2 att. for 108 yds.) Longest 75 Nathan White vs. WVU-Tech, 2001

Rushing Attempts Career 810 Wendell Johnson, 2003-06 Season 294 Wendell Johnson, 2006 Game 48 Robert Davidson, vs. Concord, 1998 (403 yds.)

Intro Staff Players opponent review Records

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Punt Returns Career 86 Season Game

Passing Yards Gained Career 9,856 Jarrod Furgason, 1993-97) Season 3,293 Bryan Harman, 2000 (264-445) Game 506 Bryan Harman vs. Concord, 2000 Play 98 Bryan Harman to Todd Anderson vs. WVU-Tech, 1998 (TD)

Touchdown Passes Career 101 Jarrod Furgason, 1993-97 Season 35 Jarrod Furgason, 1995 Game 7 Jarrod Furgason vs. Concord, 1995 Passes Had Intercepted Career 49 Luc Tousignant, 1978-81 Season 20 Mike Kellar, 1992 Game 5 Bryan Harman vs. California, 2000 (40 atts.); Marlon Burnette vs. Shepherd (2004) Total Offense Most Plays Career 1,583 Jarrod Furgason, 1993-97 Season 472 Mike Kellar, 1992 (1,727 yds.) Game 75 Bryan Harman vs. WVU-Tech, 2001 (372 yds.) Total Offense Yards Gained Career 9,638 Jarrod Furgason, 1993-97 (1583 plays); Bryan Harman, 1998-2001 (1471 plays) Season 3,427 Bryan Harman, 2000 (534 plays) Game 555 Bryan Harman vs. Concord, 2000 (62 plays)

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Solo Tackles (Since 1977) Career 206 Randy Jones, 1978-81 Season 84 Randy Jones, 1981 Tackles for a Loss (since 1977) Career 65 Randy Jones, 1978-81 Season 35 Randy Jones, 1981 Sacks (since 1977) Career 40 Randy Jones, 1978-81 Season 14 Randy Jones, 1981

Bill Ewusiak, 1965-67 (1,004 yds.) Bill Ewusiak, 1967 (718 yds.) Zack Page vs. WV Wesleyan, 2008 (116 yds.)

Punt Return Career 1,004 Bill Ewusiak, 1965-67 (86 att.) Season 718 Bill Ewusiak, 1967 (41 att.) Game 199 Vince Mitchell vs. WV State, 1986 (6 att.) Longest 90 Khalil Anthony vs. West Liberty State, 1999 (TD)

Passes Attempted Career 1,392 Jarrod Furgason, 1992-97 Season 445 Bryan Harman 2000 Game 58 Bryan Harman vs. WVU-Tech, 2001 (27 comp.) Passes Completed Career 798 Jarrod Furgason, 1993-97 Season 264 Bryan Harman, 2000 Game 37 Bryan Harman vs. Concord, 2000

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Kickoff Returns Career 133

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Zack Page, 2007-10 (3,265 yds.)* Zack Page, 2009 (1,221 yds.) Germaine Johnson vs. Glenville State, 2002 (210 yds.); Zack Page vs. Glenville State (156 yds.)

RECORDS FSU

*NCAA Record Receptions Career 203 Season 75 Game 16

Jason Trent, 1997-00 Mike Roscoe 1987 Jason Trent vs. Concord, 1999 (163 yds.)

Receiving Yards Career 3,085 Todd Anderson, 1998-01 Season 1,140 Todd Anderson, 2000 Game 210 Ed Coleman vs. WV State, 1984 (14 rec.) Play 98 Todd Anderson from Bryan Harman vs. WVU-Tech, 1998 Receiving Touchdowns Career 33 Todd Anderson, 1998-01 Season 17 Jason Gibson, 1995 Game 5 Mike Dunsworth vs. Concord, 1996; Perry Baker vs. Shepherd, 2008 Touchdowns Career 58 Season 24 Game 5

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Mike Joseph, 1994-97 Mike Joseph, 1996 Darrin Liggins vs. Glenville State, 1990; Mike Dunsworth vs. Concord, 1997; Perry Baker vs. Shepherd, 2008

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Total Points Career 356 Season 144 Game 30

Mike Joseph, 1994-97 Mike Joseph, 1996 Darrin Liggins vs Glenville State, 1990; Mike Dunsworth vs Concord, 1997; Perry Baker vs. Shepherd, 2008

Extra Points Career 132 Nathan White, 1998-01 (142 att.) Season 39 Nathan White 1999 (41 att.); 2001 (39 att.) Game 10 Nathan White vs. Concord, 2001 (10-10 att.) Consecutive 43 Nathan White, 2000-01 Field Goals Career 27 Nathan White, 1998-01 (46 att.) Season 15 Jon Holtfreter, 1980 (23 att.); Nathan White, 2000 (19 att.) Game 4 Nathan White vs. Shepherd, 2000 (4 att.) Longest 51 Alex Ashley vs. WV State, 2008 (twice)

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Kickoff Return Yards Career 3,265 Zack Page, 2007-10 (133 att.)* Season 1,221 Zack Page, 2009 (43 att.) Game 232 Zack Page vs. West Liberty, 2009 (5 att.) Longest 101 Jerome Hoes vs. Bluefield State, 1978 (TD) *NCAA Record Interceptions Career 18 Mike Argabrite, 1968-71 Season 9 Lou Mabin, 1988 (52 yds.); John Crockett, 1988 (52 yds.) Game 4 Mike Argabrite vs. Concord, 1971 (47 yds.) Interception Return Yards Career 317 Dewey McDonald, 2009-present Season 202 Ryland Newman, 2010 Game 93 Vince Mitchell vs. Waynesburg, 1984 (1 INT) Longest 93 Vince Mitchell vs. Waynesburg, 1984 (TD) Total Tackles (since 1977) Career 434 Scott Williamson, 1983-86 Season 142 Matt Joseph, 1991

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Fairmont State points

1. 70 vs. Concord (Oct 27, 2001) 2. 67 vs. WV Tech (Oct. 12, 1996) 3. 63 vs. WV State (Nov. 13, 2010) 4. 62 vs. West Liberty (Nov. 1, 1986) 5. 58 vs. California, Pa. (Nov. 12, 1988)

1. 210 (7 receptions) – Ed Coleman vs. WV State (Oct. 13, 1984) 2. 203 (8 receptions) – Pat McClintic vs. West Liberty (Oct. 14, 2006) 3. 191 (7 receptions) – Mark Waslo vs. WV Wesleyan (Oct. 3, 1981) 4. 184 (8 receptions) – Bill Pitts vs. WV State (Sept. 29, 1990) 5. 182 (6 receptions) – Todd Anderson vs. Concord (Oct. 27, 2001) 182 (6 receptions) – Todd Anderson vs. WV State (Nov. 11, 2000)

Opponent Points

1. 56 - Glenville State (Nov. 25, 2003) 2. 56 - Saginaw Valley (Sept. 27, 1997) 3. 48 - Clarion (Sept. 16, 1995) 4. 45 - California, Pa. (Nov. 12, 1988) 5. 44 - Glenville State (Oct. 19, 1991)

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Combined Points

1. 103 vs. California, Pa. (Nov. 12, 1988) 2. 101 vs. WV State (Nov. 13, 2010) 2. 95 vs. Glenville State (Nov 15, 2003) 3. 92 vs. West Liberty (Nov. 1, 1986) 4. 90 vs. Concord (Oct.27, 2001) 90 vs. California, Pa. (Sept. 3, 1994) 90 vs. Edinboro (Nov. 15, 1986)

1. 247 - Robert Davidson vs. WV Wesleyan (Nov. 7, 1998) 2. 244 - Perry Baker vs. Seton Hill (Nov. 1, 2008) 3. 226 - Thomas Foster vs. Tiffin (Nov. 12, 1994) 4. 219 - Doug Brazill vs. Clarion (Oct. 20, 2007) 5. 216 - Wendell Johnson vs. WV Tech (Oct. 30, 2004)

Opponent (Individual) Rushing Yards

1. 250 - Ken Tyson, Carson-Newman (Sept. 19, 1987) 2. 234 - Derrick Russel, Edinboro (Nov. 10, 1990) 3. 229 - Damian Beane, Shepherd (Oct. 15, 1997) 4. 228 - Daleyon Smith, Sheperd (Oct. 16, 1999) 5. 194 - Heath Johnke, California, Pa. (Sept. 3, 1994)

1. 214 (13 receptions) – Ryan Travis, West Liberty (Sept. 30, 2010) 2. 199 (15 receptions) – Rob McClintic, WVU Tech (Oct. 24, 1992) 199 (14 receptions) – Kevin Blanding, Glenville State (Oct. 19, 1991) 4. 193 (15 receptions) – Kory Wright, Concord (Oct. 27, 2001) 5. 168 (11 receptions) – Jim Longest, WVU Tech (Oct. 6, 1990)

Records

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FSU (Individual) Rushing Yards

FSU Total Offense

1. 605 vs. Concord (Sept. 23, 1995) 2. 599 vs. Campbellsville, Ky (Sept. 4, 1999) 3. 591 vs. WV State (Oct. 5, 1996) 4. 571 vs. WV Tech (Oct. 8, 1988) 5. 560 vs. Concord (Oct. 27, 2001)

Opponent Total Offense 1. 664 - Glenville State (Oct. 19, 1991) 2. 660 - Sheperd (Oct. 16, 1999) 3. 580 - West Liberty (Sept. 30, 2010) 4. 577 - Edinboro (Nov. 15, 1986) 5. 554 - California, Pa. (Sept. 3, 1994)

FSU (Individual) Passing Yards

1. 444 - Jarrod Furgason vs. WV State (Oct. 5, 1996) 2. 415 - Bryan Harman vs. Campbellsville (Sept. 4, 1999) 3. 400 - Jarrod Furgason vs. Concord (Sept. 23, 1995) 4. 390 - Bryan Harman vs. Tech (Sept 30, 2000) 5. 367 - Bryan Harman vs. WV Wesleyan (Oct. 28, 2000)

Opponent (Individual) Passing Yards

1. 577 - Jed Drenning, Glenville State (Oct. 19, 1991) 2. 422 - Joey Conrad, Glenville State (Oct. 1, 2005) 3. 417 - Eric Smith, WVU-Tech (Sept. 30, 2000) 4. 410 - Josh Aliveto, Concord (Oct. 27, 2001) 5. 377 - Eric Moeller, North Greenville (Sept 8, 2007)

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Fighting Falcons Yearly Leaders Passing

Year Player 2010 Logan Moore 2009 J.J. Mayer 2008 Vick Bradford 2007 Derek Taylor 2006 John Rahl 2005 John Rahl 2004 Marlon Burnette 2003 Pat Morrison 2002 Brice Cogar 2001 Bryan Harman 2000 Bryan Harman 1999 Bryan Harman 1998 Mike Hockenberry 1997 Jarrod Furgason 1996 Jarrod Furgason 1995 Jarrod Furgason 1994 Jarrod Furgason 1993 Geno Guerrieri 1992 Mike Kellar 1991 Aramis Figueroa 1990 Pat Burson 1989 Andy Rase 1988 Pat Burson 1987 Tom Morrone 1986 Greg Higgins 1985 Tom Morrone 1984 Larry Farrell 1983 Mark Johnson 1982 Larry Farrell 1981 Luc Tousignant 1980 Luc Tousignant 1979 Luc Tousignant 1978 Luc Tousignant 1977 John Cirelli 1976 Rod Lambert 1975 Terry Galambus 1974 Terry Galambus 1973 Harold Bailey 1972 Terry Galambus 1971 Harold Bailey 1970 Dave Moreland 1969 Roy Michael 1968 Roy Michael 1967 Roy Michael 1966 Tom Quickle 1965 George Clayton 1964 George Clayton 1963 Gordon Rennie 1962 Kenny Miller 1961 Gordon Tennie 1960 Kent Malloy 1959 Kent Malloy 1958 Rich Newbrough 1957 Rich Newbrough 1956 Rich Newbrough 1955 Richard Rank 1954 John Brzuzy 1953 John Brzuzy 1952 Blaine Morton 1951 John Vernall 1950 John Vernall 1949 Jim Cale

Receiving Comp. 141 46 77 54 88 54 46 108 113 210 264 169 106 164 240 222 165 132 178 50 62 72 78 124 99 47 90 76 102 157 88 63 32 64 47 97 99 89 65 97 57 75 52 47 46 67 50 36 32 30 15 25 21 35 22 11 27 26 14 17 51 24

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Pct. .509 .505 .456 .432 .440 .474 .351 .495 .485 .592 .593 .589 .512 .522 .615 .636 .511 .437 .429 .442 .481 .460 .469 .571 .541 .470 .474 .450 .479 .545 .463 .404 .351 .454 .448 .551 .495 .455 .481 .447 .404 .517 .464 .439 .479 .449 .476 .478 .427 .536 .625 .431 .477 .547 .647 .500 .435 .509 .400 .500 .447 .490

Yds. TD 1,874 18 587 3 1,117 15 730 3 1,166 8 808 6 587 7 1,286 7 1,060 7 2,560 18 3,293 19 2,188 21 1,269 8 1,938 20 2,913 28 2,696 35 2,176 17 1,677 8 1,945 10 644 5 822 2 931 5 1,033 8 1,337 7 1,266 11 612 3 1,168 7 970 5 1,354 9 2,216 10 1,198 7 909 7 414 6 683 4 571 7 1,226 10 1,248 8 1,119 7 808 4 1,555 13 710 5 1,080 7 793 10 533 4 821 5 1,123 10 5,86 8 373 0 377 0 358 0 181 2 290 3 302 5 475 4 475 4 87 0 92 4 344 3 241 3 243 4 564 0 347 0

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Cgt. 28 18 34 25 35 37 31 45 44 62 59 57 54 50 43 53 27 21 34 19 30 37 46 75 65 42 60 40 31 50 29 20 23 22 16 43 48 21 23 37 14 23 29 37 23 19 16 15 11 9 9 7 12 19 10 14 6 8 21

Yds. 501 298 589 520 447 446 402 556 472 928 1,140 788 592 671 763 795 623 409 399 238 466 450 682 946 992 608 934 558 481 917 452 342 329 286 236 523 734 424 323 760 221 335 509 507 406 360 204 186 114 133 100 139 189 237 185 136 117 137 209

Avg. 17.9 16.6 17.3 20.8 12.80 12.05 12.97 12.36 12.73 14.97 19.30 13.83 10.96 13.42 17.74 15.00 23.07 19.48 11.74 12.53 15.53 12.16 14.83 12.61 15.26 14.50 15.60 13.95 15.51 18.30 15.60 17.10 14.17 13.00 16.00 12.16 15.29 20.19 14.04 20.54 15.79 14.57 17.55 13.70 17.65 18.95 12.75 12.40 10.36 14.78 11.11 19.86 15.75 12.47 18.50 9.17 19.50 17.13 9.95

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Year Player 2010 Logan Moore 2009 Doug Brazill 2008 Vick Bradford 2007 Doug Brazill 2006 John Rahl 2005 Wendell Johnson 2004 Wendell Johnson 2003 Pat Morrison 2002 Brice Cogar 2001 Bryan Harman 2000 Bryan Harman 1999 Bryan Harman 1998 Robert Davidson 1997 Jarrod Furgason 1996 Jarrod Furgason 1995 Jarrod Furgason 1994 Jarrod Furgason 1993 Geno Guerrieri 1992 Mike Kellar 1991 Irwin Hastings 1990 Darrin Liggins 1989 Andy Rase 1988 Don Overton 1987 Tom Morrone 1986 Greg Higgins 1985 Brian Brown

Year Player 1984 Larry Farrell 1983 Mark Johnson 1982 Larry Farrell 1981 Luc Tousignant 1980 Luc Tousignant 1979 Luc Tousignant 1978 Luc Tousignant 1977 John Cirelli 1976 Tinker Jackson 1975 Terry Galambus 1974 Terry Galambus 1973 Harold Bailey 1972 Terry Galambus 1971 Harold Bailey 1970 Dave Moreland 1969 Roy Michael 1968 Roy Michael 1967 Larry Blackstone 1966 Tom Quickle 1965 George Clayton 1964 George Clayton 1963 Roy Jackson 1962 Hank Cleary 1961 Gordon Rennie 1960 Gene Beasley 1959 Moses Guin 1958 Rich Newbrough

Yds. 2,226 653 1,481 1,137 1,260 904 1,243 1,290 1,185 3,021 3,427 2,407 1,560 1,861 2,884 2,615 2,140 1,583 1,727 1,191 883 857 1,088 1,166 1,205 1,058

Yds. 1,198 1,081 1,329 2,235 1,286 1,000 790 893 493 1,244 1,133 1,078 808 1,674 695 1,167 820 1,288 794 1,296 789 623 559 467 323 549 424

Year Player 1957 Rich Newbrough 1956 Rich Newbrough 1955 Bob Andrews 1954 John Brzuzy 1953 Nick Moreman 1952 Jim Cherocci 1951 Denver Smith 1950 John Vernall 1949 Earl Keener

Yds. 574 465 295 532 521 615 360 565 569

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Yds Player vs. Opponent 97 Rory Richardson vs. Slippery Rock 94 Wendell Johnson vs. WVU-Tech 93 Don Overton vs. West Virginia State 91 Ron Robinson vs. West Virginia Wesleyan 90 Robert Davidson vs. Concord 88 Martin “Sonny” Bartic vs. Shepherd 81 Luc Tousignant vs. Glenville State 81 Perry Baker vs. Seton Hill 80 George Edwards vs. Glenville State 80 Andy Sedlock vs. Glenville State 80 Bo Dunn vs. West Virginia State

Pass Plays

Punt Returns Year 1990 2004 1986 1966 1998 1965 1978 2008 1969 1969 1988

Yds QB-WR vs. Opponent Year 98 Bryan Harman, Todd Anderson vs. WVU-Tech 1998 90 Bryan Harman, Jason Trent vs. Campbellsville 1999 83 Bryan Harman, Todd Anderson vs.WV State 2000 82 Jarrod Furgason, Mike Joseph vs. Concord 1995 81 Jarrod Furgason, Ted Murphy vs. WVU-Tech 1994 79 Vick Bradford, Allen Jewell vs. Charleseton 2007 78 Terry Galambus, Bob Horback vs. Concord 1975 76 Larry Ferrell, Ed Coleman vs. WV State 1984 76 Derek Taylor, Demetrius Davis vs. Glenville St. 2007 76 Vick Bradford, Leo Thomas vs. Seton Hill 2008 76 Vick Bradford, Perry Baker vs. WV Wesleyan 2008 75 John Brzuzy, Nick Moreman vs. Salem 1953 75 Rich Newbrough, Don Fontana vs. W. Liberty 1956 73 John Rahl, Wendell Johnson vs. WV Wesleyan 2006 72 Vick Bradford, Perry Baker vs. Clarion 2008

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Yds Player vs. Opponent 90 Khalil Anthony vs. West Liberty 82 Ollie Gaiters vs. California University 80 Kelvin Robinson vs. California University 77 Matt Wlimer vs. West Virginia State 75 Bill Ewusiak vs. West Liberty 74 Tony Monday vs. Edinboro University 70 Mike Argabrite vs. Waynesburg

Kick Returns

Yds Player vs. Opponent 101 Jerome Hoes vs. Bluefield State 97 Billy Haddox vs. Glenville State 91 Don Overton vs. Hillsdale 90 Nick Moreman vs. Salem 89 Zack Page vs. West Liberty 89 Zack Page vs. West Liberty 88 Josh Romeo vs. Glenville State 87 Tim Powell vs. Glenville State 85 Bill Swope vs. Waynesburg 84 Wendell Johnson vs. Charleston 82 Richard Hawkins vs. Cedarville 81 Denver Smith vs. West Liberty 81 Mike Mainella vs. West Virginia State

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Year 1999 1992 1993 2010 1965 1975 1970

Pass Interception Returns

Yds Player vs. Opponent Year 93 Vince Mitchell vs. Waynesburg 1984 88 Tony Monday vs. Glenville State 1975 86 Dewey McDonald vs. West Liberty 2010 85 Ryland Newman vs. WV Wesleyan 2010 85 Dewey McDonald vs. Glenville State 2009 82 Rick Rome vs. West Virginia Wesleyan 1972 80 Jim Miller vs. Salem 1951 79 Bob Fulmer vs. West Virginia Wesleyan 1982 78 Mike Argabrite vs. West Virginia Wesleyan 1968 75 Josh Skidmore vs. West Virginia State 2004

Year 1978 1971 1988 1953 2009 2009 2003 1969 1972 2003 1932 1951 1999

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Year Player Pts. 2010 Frank Keenan 62 2009 Doug Brazill 42 2008 Perry Baker, Alex Ashley 66 2007 Alex Ashley 44 2006 Wendell Johnson 66 2005 Drew Cochran 43 2004 Wendell Johnson 60 2003 Jo Jo Parker 32 2002 Khalil Anthony 48 2001 Todd Anderson 66 2001 Jermaine Burke 66 2000 Nathan White 75 1999 Robert Davidson 90 1998 Robert Davidson 96 1997 Mike Joseph 126 1996 Mike Joseph 144 1995 Jason Gibson 106 1994 Thomas Foster 48 1993 Jude Thomas 32 1992 Irwin Hastings 26 1992 Bryan Koski 26 1991 Irwin Hastings 54 1990 Darrin Liggins 60 1989 Don Overton 42 1988 Don Overton 84 1987 Don Overton 60 1986 Don Overton 102 1985 Brian Brown 68 1984 Demetrius Rush 84 1983 Erik Soliday 37 1982 Randy Whited 33 1981 Luc Tousignant 48 1980 Jon Holtfreter 53 1979 Ed Greco 44 1978 Jerome Hoes 32 1977 Matt Morris 36 1976 Dave Tomassi 25 1975 Bob Horback 60 1974 Larry Goodine, Mike Maximin 42 1973 John Jones 36 1972 Ted Jackson 32 1971 Billy Haddox 72 1970 Dennis Gibson, Ted Jackson 30 1969 George Edwards, John Huff 54 1968 Jim Mertens 54 1967 Larry Blackstone 67 1966 Larry Blackstone 54 1965 Roy Jackson 48 1964 Roy Jackson 54 1963 Roy Jackson 49 1962 Steve Lipscomb 23 1961 George Stimme 137 1960 George Stimme l39 1959 Ed Helminski 43 1958 Jim Shanner 31 1957 George Murphy 24 1956 Richard Rank 60 1955 George Murphy 24 1954 John Brzuzy, Ron Dixon, Bob Jenkins Nick Moreman 12 1953 Nick Moreman 59 1952 Jim Cherocci 60 1951 Denver Smith 42 1950 Denver Smith 42 1949 Earl Keener 30

Rushing

Year Player 2010 Patrick Pinchinat 2009 Doug Brazill 2008 Omoniyi Bakare 2007 Doug Brazill 2006 Wendell Johnson 2005 Wendell Johnson 2004 Wendell Johnson 2003 Jo Jo Parker 2002 Khalil Anthony 2001 Bryan Harman 2000 Khalil Anthony 1999 Robert Davidson 1998 Robert Davidson 1997 Mike Joseph 1996 Mike Joseph 1995 Mike Joseph 1994 Thomas Foster 1993 Kelvin Robinson 1992 Irwin Hastings 1991 Irwin Hastings 1990 Darrin Liggins 1989 Don Overton 1988 Don Overton 1987 Don Overton 1986 Don Overton 1985 Brian Brown 1984 Demetrius Rush 1983 Brian Brown 1982 Brian Brown 1981 Jerome Hoes 1980 Jerome Hoes 1979 Matt Morris 1978 Matt Morris 1977 Matt Morris 1976 Tinker Jackson 1975 Mike Maximin 1974 Mike Maximin 1973 Mike Maximin 1972 Ted Jackson 1971 Ted Jackson 1970 Ted Jackson 1969 George Edwards 1968 George Edwards 1967 Larry Blackstone 1966 Martin ”Sonny’’ Bartic 1965 Roy Jackson 1964 Roy Jackson 1963 Roy Jackson 1962 Hank Cleary 1961 Bob Newbrough 1960 Gene Beasley 1959 Moses Guin 1958 Moses Guin 1957 George Murphy 1956 George Murphy 1955 Bob Andrews 1954 Nick Moreman 1953 Nick Moreman 1952 Jim Cherocci 1951 Jim Cherocci 1950 Denver Smith 1949 Earl Keener

Yds. 406 653 679 1,137 1,193 904 1,243 637 787 461 325 1,001 1,560 1,018 1,306 659 1,138 390 369 1,188 883 644 1,014 803 989 1,058 885 939 347 528 580 701 587 692 493 1,005 1,123 698 629 763 669 684 529 1,288 602 506 601 623 447 408 323 513 360 346 209 295 237 459 565 354 445 531

TOTAL Tackles (Since 1980)

Year Player UA-A--Total 2010 Greg Underwood 64-29—93 2009 Nate Black 53-32—85 2008 Nate Black 45-48—93 2007 Vince Black 67-36—103 2006 Shahram Shafii 41-36—77 2005 Matt Vance 52-58—110 2004 Matt Vance 34-54—87 2003 Ed Smith 54-39—93 2002 Josh Ison 75-43—118 2001 Courtney Johnson 41-40—81 2000 Jake Spruell 58-46—104 1999 Jake Spruell 39-79—118 1998 Jed Reed 37-40—77 1997 Clint Kauffman 69-38—107 1996 Jon White 52-33—85 1995 Bill Smarr 56-40—96 1994 Tolani Edwards 62-58—120 1993 Gary Burney 77-51—128 1992 Jeff Crabtree 40-72—112 1991 Matt Joseph 61-81—142 1990 Adam West 42-62—104 1989 Adam West 37-54—91 1988 Dave D’Eusanio 61-57—118 1987 Terry Williams 71-57—128 1986 Scott Williamson 43-75—118 1985 Scott Williamson 43-64—107 1984 Scott Williamson 43-56—99 1983 Scott Williamson 56-54—110 1982 Tim Byard 37-70—107 1981 Randy Jones 84-48—132 1980 Kevin Radcliffe 42-56—98

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1965—George Clayton, DB (First Team) 1967—Larry Blackstone, DE (First Team) Dave Williams, MG (Second Team) 1969—George Edwards, RB (First Team) 1975—Harold Gilliard, DT (Honorable Mention) Mike Maximin, TB (Honorable Mention) 1978—Frank Moore, OT (Honorable Mention) 1979—Tim Underwood, LB (Second Team) Lou Geary, OG (Honorable Mention) Chris Humphries, OT (Honorable Mention) Kirk Christian, DE (Honorable Mention) 1980—Kevin Radcliffe, DT (Honorable Mention) Joe Wirth, LB (Honorable Mention) 1981—Randy Jones, DT (First Team) Chris Humphries, OT (Second Team) Luc Tousignant, QB (Second Team) 1982—Tim Byard, LB (Honorable Mention) 1984—Ed Coleman, WR (First Team) 1985—Calvin Washington, LB (Honorable Mention) Brian Brown, TB (Honorable Mention) Ed Coleman, WR (Honorable Mention) 1986—Frank Pifer, OG (Second Team) Marty Guzzetta, CB (Honorable Mention) Scott Williamson, LB (Honorable Mention) Mike Roscoe, WR, (Honorable Mention) 1987—Mike Roscoe, WR (First Team) 1988—Lou Mabin, SS (First Team) Kevin Oravec, DE (Second Team) Joe Jones, OT (Second Team) Don Overton, TB (Honorable Mention) 1990—Gordon Moon, P (Honorable Mention) Tim Yackin, OG (Honorable Mention) Deion Frazier, LB (Honorable Mention) 1991—Tim Yackin, OT (Honorable Mention) Matt Joseph, LB (Honorable Mention) Irwin Hastings, TB (Honorable Mention) Matt Kanicki, TE (Honorable Mention) 1992—Henry Newby, LB (Honorable Mention) 1993—Henry Newby, LB (First Team) 1994—Thomas Foster, RB (Honorable Mention) Kevin Copley, P (Honorable Mention) Jim Young, OT (Honorable Mention) 1999—Nathan White, P (Second Team) 2002—Josh Ison, LB (Third Team) 2003—Ed Smith, LB (Third Team) 2005—Matt Vance, LB (Second Team) 2007—Vince Black, LB (Honorable Mention) 2008—David Hill, DL (Honorable Mention)

Academic All-American 1982—Dan Fairbanks, DB 1985—Tom Rogers, OT Frank Pifer, OG Demetrius Rush, FB 1986—Tom Rogers, OT Frank Pifer, OG Ed Bryan, FB 1987—Rod Russell, LB Ed Bryan, FB 1988—Keith Whitacre, FS Bill Beno, LB 1989—Bill Beno, LB 1990—Pat Burson, QB

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1991—Matt Joseph, LB 2004-—Jason Dauch, LB

Kodak All-American 1984—Ed Coleman 1988—Lou Mabin

Offensive Freshman of the Year 2010—Logan Moore

National Players of the Week

Defensive Players of the Year 1969—Matt Fortier (co) 1981—Randy Jones 1993—Henry Newby 2007—Vince Black

1977—Mark Viola 1979—Tim Underwood 1981—James Mosby 1982—Tim Byard 1988—Don Overton 1990—Matt Joseph 1993—Henry Newby 1995—Jarrod Furgason 2000—Bryan Harmon 2001—Bryan Harmon 2002—Josh Ison 2005—Jared Sams

First TEam all WVIAC

Drafted-NFL

1950—Jim Lipinski (Chicago Cardinals) 1967—Larry Blackstone (Oakland Raiders) 1968—Jim Mertens (Miami Dolphins) 1969—George Edwards (Baltimore Colts) 1969—Matt Fortier (New York Giants) 1982—Luc Tousignant (Buffalo Bills)

NFL Signed Free Agents

1965—George Clayton (Houston Oilers (AFL); Los Angeles Rams (NFL) 1965—Roy Jackson (Los Angeles Rams) 1971—Mike Argabrite (Dallas Cowboys) 1971—Billy Haddox (Philadephia Eagles) 1972—Ted Jackson (St. Louis Cardinals) 1985—Ed Coleman (Cleveland Browns) 1990—Bruce Lang (New York Giants), Don Overton (New England Patriots) 2001—Deniel Anglin (Dallas Cowboys) 2010—Perry Baker (Philadelphia)

Canadian Football League Signed Free Agents 1982—Luc Tousignant (Montreal Concordes) 1982—Pierre Lord (Saskatchewan Roughriders) 1993—Henry Newby (British Columbia Lions) 2002—Nathan White (Ottawa Renegades) 2003—Ed Smith (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

Other Professional Players Jason Gibson – CFL, af2 Robert Henning – CIFL, UIF Josh Ison – af2 Ryan Slabaugh – af2

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Offensive Players of the Year 1969—George Edwards (co) 1981—Luc Tousignant 1996—Mike Joseph 2000—Bryan Harman 2001—Bryan Harman

2010—Luke Black, DL Frank Keenan, K Ben Landis, P Dewey McDonald, DB Greg Underwood, DB 2009—Luke Black, DL Nate Black, LB Dewey McDonald, DB 2008—Perry Baker, WR Nate Black, LB David Hill, DL Matt Khouri, OL 2007—Vince Black, LB Brandon Geary, DE Jacob Owens, DE Kyle Robinette, OL Shahram Shafii, LB 2006—Wendell Johnson, RB John Marano, ILB Pat McClintic, WR Andre Pope, DB Kyle Robinette, OL Shahram Shafii, OLB 2005—Wendell Johnson, RB Matt Vance, LB 2004—Robert Henning, OL Wendell Johnson, RB Nick Shreve, DE Dustin Haas, DL Jason Dauch, LB Josh Skidmore, DB 2003—Shane Davis, OL Khalid Dover, WR Arlen Holmes, DL Damian Birch, DE Ed Smith, LB Corey Hoppe DB 2002—Damion Graham, DL Damian Birch, DE Courtney Johnson, CB Josh Ison, LB 2001— Shane Davis, OL Todd Anderson, WR Bryan Harman, QB Courtney Johnson, DE Damion Graham, DL Ed Smith, LB

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Fighting Falcons Anthony Cooks, DB Nathan White, P 2000 —Shane Davis, OL Todd Anderson, WR Jason Trent, WR Bryan Harman, QB Mike Fortier, DL Jake Spruell, LB Deniel Anglin, DB Nathan White, K 1999-—Tony Mainella, OL Jason Trent, WR Bryan Harman, QB Robert Davidson, RB Jake Spruell, LB Nathan White, P/PK 1998—Tony Gist, OL Tony Mainella, OL Jason Trent, WR Robert Davidson, RB Mike Rickman, DL Jed Reed, SS Nathan White, Punter 1997—Mike Joseph, RB Perry Dionisou, DL Aram Banks, DE Clint Kauffman, LB Andre Holmes, SS 1996—B.J. Ash, OL Jarrod Furgason, QB Mike Joseph, RB Perry Dionisiou, DL Andre Holmes, DB Hayden Lambert, DB 1995—Jason Davis, OL Jason Gibson, WR Jarrod Furgason, QB John Lyburger, DL James Goins, DG 1994—Kevin Copley, P Thomas Foster, RB Jim Young, OT John Lybarger, DT 1993—Henry Newby, LB Mark Krocker, DT 1992—Scott Hooper, OG Allon Sansom, DE Henry Newby, LB Ollie Gaiters, CB 1991—Tim Yackin, OT Matt Kanicki, TE 1990—Tim Yackin, OT Darrin Liggins, TB Deion Frazier, LB Gregg Hrapchak, DT Terry Boyd, LB 1989—Gordon Moon, P Tim Yackin, OT Bill Beno, LB 1988—Joe Jones, OT Bruce Lang, WR Don Overton,RB Ken Oravec, DE Dave D’Eusanio, LB Lou Mabin, DB 1987—Mike Roscoe, WR Boyd Northrop, TE Joe Jones, OT 1986—Mike Roscoe, WR Tom Rogers, OT Frank Pifer, OG

Don Overton, RB Scott Williamson, LB Vince Mitchell, DB Marty Guzzetta, DB 1985—Ed Coleman, SE Brian Brown, TB Frank Pifer, OG Calvin Washington, LB Joe Snider, DB 1984—Ed Coleman, SE 1983—Ed Coleman, SE Chuck Sincel, P 1982—Mike Irvin, DT Doug Valentine, OG 1981—Mark Waslo, WR Chris Humphries, OT Luc Tousignant, QB Randy Jones, DT 1980—Jon Holtfreter, PK Kevin Radcliffe, MG Mark Waslo, P Joe Wirth, LB 1979—Kirk Christian, DE Lou Geary, OG Chris Humphries, OT Matt Morris, FB Tim Underwood, LB 1978—Paul Kuzio, DB Frank Moore, OT Tim Underwood, LB 1977—John Kuzio, TE Frank Moore, OT 1976—Mark Bishop, DT Gary Blair, DB 1975—Harold Gilliard, DT Larry Goodine, OE Mike Maximin, RB 1974—Harold Gillard, DT Larry Goodine, OE Mike Maximin, RB 1973—Roger Johnson, DB 1972—Bob Smith, DT 1971—Mike Argabrite, DB Harold Bailey, QB Billy Haddox, FB 1970—Mike Argabrite, DB Dennis Gibson, RB Junior Jones, DE 1969—Dwight Carpenter, DB George Edwards, RB Matt Fortier, DT Roger Hill, OT Bill Riggleman, OG Tom Swisher, LB 1968—George Edwards, OB Matt Fortier, DT Richard Merrill, OC Jim Mertens, OE 1967—M. ”Sonny’’ Bartic, LB Larry Blackstone, RB Jim Mertens, OE Dave Williams, MG Marvin Williams, LB 1966—Barry Blackstone, DE Larry Blackstone, RB Larry Hill, LB Ron Robinson, OE Dave Williams, MG 1965—George Clayton, QB Bill Ewusiak, DB Louis Ribel, DT

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Jim Youngblood, OT 1964—George Clayton, QB Steve Lipscomb, DB Gordon Rennie, LB 1963—Roy Jackson, QB John Janicki, OT 1962—Larry Burner, LB Hank Cleary, OB Gary Moyer, OG 1961—Maurice Kalin, OE Tom Lewis, DT 1960—Norman Allison, OG 1959—Ed Helminski, OB Aaron Miller, OT 1958—Mosses Guin, OB Richard Harris, OG David Knight, OC 1957—Don Bennett, OT George Murphy, OB Robert Reiber, OE 1956—Dick Laughlin, OG George Murphy, OB 1955—Dick Laughlin OG 1953—Alan Frazze, OE Billy Hayhurst, OC Dale Hounshell, OG Nick Moreman, OB 1952—Jim Cherocci, OB Clem Dawson, OT Dale Hounshell, OB 1951—John DePasquale, OT Dale Hounshell, OG 1949—Earl Keener, OB 1948—Earl Keener, OB Jim Lipinski, OT Waldon Skinner, OE 1947—Jim Lipinski, OT 1946—Donald Doran, OL 1941—John Tatta 1940—John Tatta 1939—John Tatta 1938—Ed Billingham 1937—Albert Fultz 1934—Wilford ”Squibb’’ Wilson

Letterman A Abbott, J.L. Accord, Jerry Ackison, Mike Ackerman, Kyle Adams, Duane Alban, Joseph Albright, Chadd Alessio, Frank Alexander, Mike Allard, James Allegretto, Edmond Allison, Norman Altman, James Alpy, Tony Amos, Seth Anderson, Arthur Anderson, Bruce Anderson, Duke Anderson, Jason Anderson, Matt

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Anderson, Paul Anderson, Todd Andrews, Bob Andrick, Junior Andrick, Thomas Andrick, Virl Angeline, Rick Anglin, Denial Angotti, Joe Anthony, Khalil Antulov, Joe Antulov, John Arbaugh, Tony Argabrite, Mike Argabrite, Tim Argenti, Jim Arnold, Mike Arnold, Rod Ash, George Ashcraft, Archie Ashcraft, Richard Ashe, Preston Ashley, Alex Ashton, James Atkins, Mearle Atwood, Chris Austin, Harper Austin, Robert Austin, Ryan

1953 1998-99-00-01 1955 1936-37-38 1941-42 1932 2003 1999-00 2009-10 1999-00-01-02 1947-48-49 1945-46 1989-90-91 1968-69-70-71 1997-98 1979 1966-67-68 1987-88 1994-95-96 1935 1961 1988-89-90 2007-08-09 1977-78-79 1927-28-29 1995 1937 1956-57-58 1996-98

B Bailey, Everett Bailey, Harold Bailey, Tyler Baird, Mike Bakare, Omoniyi Baker, Bruce Baker, Ernie Baker, Paul Baker, Perry Baldree, Pat Bales, Billy Ball, Charles Ball, Gordie Ballard, Sam Baltas, Steve Banks, Aram Barnes, Bob Barnett, Ken Baron, John Bart, John Barthlomew, Jim Bartic, Martin Basco, Pete Beasley, Gene Beaty, Carl Beaty, Pete Beck, Joe Beckett, Dave Beckman, Ted Bell, Herman Bellamy, Jon Bennett, Don Bennett, Jack Beno, Bill Berdine, Stanley Berry, George Berry, Richard Berry, Steve Best, Randall Beville, Brett Biafore, Doug Bias, Duane

1939-40 1970-71-72-73 2003-04-05 1990-91-92 2008-09 1947-48-49-50 1947-48-49 1961 2007-08-09-10 1966 1937 1963-64 1980 1980-81-82 1987-88 1997 1938-39-40-41 1982 1975-76-77 1937-38 1963 1965-66-67 1934 1958-59-60-61 1934 1928-29 1946-47-48-49 1960 1986 1955 2003-04 1955-56-57 1968 1986-87-88-89 1934 1948-50 1939-40-41-42 1969 1979-80 1998 1977 1975-76-77-78

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Bickel, Charles 1959-60-61 Bickle, Leonal 1933-34 Bieterman, Bernard 1942 Bigelow, Troy 1998-99-00-01 Biggs, Julius 1992 Bigstaff, Paul 1982-84 Billingham, Ed 1936-37-38-39 Bilotta, Frank 1931-32-33 Binkiewicz, Scott 1994-95 Birch, Damian 2000-01-02-03 Bird, Gary 1971-72 Birmingham, Kenneth (Mike) 1952-53-54-55 Bishop, Mark 1974-75-76 Bisner, Shannon 1992 Bitler, Jack 1955 Black, Kenya 1998 Black, Luke 2008-09-10 Black, Nate 2006-07-08-09 Black, Vince 2004-05-06-07 Blackstone, Barry 1964-65-66-67 Blackstone, Larry 1964-65-66-67 Blair, Gary 1976-77 Blankenship, Thomas 1936-37 Bock, Purcell 1926 Bodzek, Mitchell 1938-39-40-41 Bolen, Jeff 2004-05-06-07 Bolyard, Paul 1948 Bomenbilt, Alex 1984 Bonar, Herbert 1930 Bonnett, Raymond 1979 Bonnette, Duane 1952 Bonvenuto, Fred 1952-53 Boor, Alvin 1967-68-69-70 Bopp, Jack 1950 Boroski, Larry 1969-70-71 Borovich, Ron 1987 Boychuck, Alec 1935 Boyd, James 1972-73-74-75 Boyd, Terry 1987-88-89-90 Bradford, Vick 2007-08-09-10 Bradshaw, John 1980-81-82 Braebender, Jack 1940-41 Bragg, Norman 1946-47 Brainard, Keith 1967-68-69-70 Brainard, Larry 1957-58 Brant, Tim 1983 Brasky, John 1969-70 Brazill, Doug 2007-08-09-10 Bremer, Ray 1963 Bright, Harry 1935 Britain, Tim 2006 Britton, Vince 2008 Brock, Clarence 1924-25-26 Brodie, Demarcus 1994 Brooks, Blake 2010 Brooks, Jeffrey 1979-80-81 Brown, Bill 1964-65-66 Brown, Brian 1982-83-84-85 Brown, Lee 1981-82 Brown, Rick 1975-76-77-78 Brown, Rod 1996-97-98 Brown, Tim 1983 Brown, Tim 1989 Brown, Wes 2003-04 Bruce, Jack 1947-48-49-50 Bruce, Kenney 1946-47-48-49 Brugnoli, Mark 1974 Brummage, Jim 1957-59 Bryan, Ed 1984-85-86-87 Bryson, John 1981-82-83 Bundy, Chad 1987-88-89 Bundy, Joseph 1959-60

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Bunner, Travis Bunner, William Burdoff, Martin Burgess, Jeff Burke, Brian Burke, Jermaine Burner, Larry Burner, Neale Burnette, Marlon Burney, Gary Burson, Pat Bush, Lamont Butcher, Alden Butcher, Dave Butcher, Kevin Butler, Charles Butler, Cornelius Butler, Vaughn Butteiger, Wayne Byard, Tim Byers, Anton Byers, George

2009-10 1950 1945 1998 1989 1998-99-01 1961-62 1946 2002-03-04-05 1992-93 1987-88-89-90 2000-01 2008 1960 2004-05 2006-07-08-09 1975-76-77-78 1983-84-85-86 1924 1979-80-81-82 1992 1934-35-36

C Cain, Aaron 2008 Calabrase 1928 Cale, James 1946-47-48-49 Callahan, John 1926 Calvin, Mike 1996-97-98 Cameron, Robert 1992 Campbell, Shawn 1989 Canady, Matt 1995-96 Cannon, Charles 1962 Caputo, Frank 1932 Carlson, John 1970 Carney, Dave 1983 Carpenter, Dwight 1966-67-68-69 Carsone, Anthony 1979-80-81 Casey, Rod 1984-85 Casselman, Colin 2010 Cecchini, Anthony 2003 Celaschi, Norm 1975-76-77 Cerelli, John 1975-76-77-78 Chambers, Phil 1980 Charles, Jack 2009-10 Charles, Robin 2000 Chatham, John 1957-58 Cheeseman, Mark 1976 Cherocci, James 1951-52 Chipps, Gene 1951 Choiniere, David 1998 Chontos, Joe 1960 Christian, Kirk 1977-78-79 Christner, Horace 1938 Christopher, Charles 1960-61-62 Chriswell, Jennings 1939 Chrysler, Tom 1989-90 Cinerski, Kelley 1985 Clara, James 1929-30-31-32 Clark, Dave 1967-68 Clark, David 1949-50 Clark, Neill 1961 Clayton, Brad 1974-75 Clayton, George 1964-65 Cleary, Henry 1962-63 Cleary, Steven 1993 Clem, James 1941-46-47-48 Clovis, Paul 1963-64 Cochran, Drew 2005-06 Cochran, Rodney 1974 Coe, Dave 1966-67-68-69 Coffindaffer, Abe 1935 Coffman, Rick 1978-79

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Cogar, Brice Cogar, Dustin Coker, Dominick Cola, Nick Colburn, Fred Coleman, Brandon Coleman, Ed Coleman, Peter Collins, John Collins, Robert Collins, Sam Conant, Jim Conaway, Frank Conaway, Jason Conaway, Larry Conaway, Larry Conklin, Brandon Conrad, Rick Cook, Frank Cooks, Anthony Cooper, Dave Cooper, George Copley, Kevin Corley, Ellis Cornelius, Jim Corruthers, Jack Cosgray, Pat Courtney, Chris Courtney, Don Cowger, Marty Cox, Rusty Crabtree, Darren Crabtree, Jeff Craft, Rod Craig, Dare Craig, Zack Crane, Jeffrey Creamer, Kingsley Crescenzi, Angelo Crockett, John Crumb, Fred Crutchfield, Gary Culliver, Dan Cunningham, Evan Cunningham, Willie Cuprik, Ken Currence, Mike Cutright, Steve

2000-01-02 2002-03-04-05 2003-04 1977-78 1958-59 2010 1982-83-84-85 1968-69-70-71 1979 1974-75-76 1985-86 1983 1942 1998-99-00-01 1968-69-70-71 1993-94-95-96 1993-94-95 1978-79-80 1979 2000-01 1988-89-90-91 1985 1991-92-93-94 1961 1965-66 1937-38 1930-31 1993-94-95 1970 1998 1992-93-94-96 1985-86-87 1989-90-91-92 1968 1941 1995-96 1979-80-81 1994 1935-36-37-38 1987-88 1989 1969-70-71 1998-99 2004-05-06 1987 1965 1957-58-59-60 1976-77-78-79

D D’Eusanio, Dave Daloia, Chad Dalton, Dave Danials, Melvin Daniels, Dorian Darcus, Ted Dario, Dan Darnell, Aaron Dauch, Jason Davia, Randy Davidson, Robert Davidson, Scott Davis, Bob Davis, Demetrius Davis, Earl Davis, Garrett Davis, Gilbert Davis, Jason Davis, Leroy Davis, Scott Davis, Shane Davis, Steve Davis, Willis

1985-86-87-88 1991-92 1966 1961-62 1998 1965 2007-08-09-10 1991-92 2001-02-03-04 1976 1998-99 2009-10 1980 2006-07-08 1971-72 2010 1974 1993-94-95 1932-36 1925-26-27-28 2000-01-02-03 1967 1935-36-37-38

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Davisson, Melvin Dawson, Pat Dawson, Wayne Deahl, Paul DeBranski, Joe Decker, Colt Deel, Matt Deem, Parker DeGasprin, James Delaney, Mick Delaney, Steve Deller, Ty Delligatti, Anthony DeMarco, Sam Demastes, Brandon DeMoss, Frank DeMoss, Martin Demus, Nick DePasquale, John Detrick, James Dettinburn, Robert DeWitt, Craig DiFlorio, James Dilgard, William Dillon, Todd DiLoreto, Daniel Dimatteo, Chad Dionisiou, Perry Dodas, Larry Dodrill, Hartsell Dolog, Andy Domico, Anthony Doran, Donald Dorr, Carl Dove, Bill Dover, Khalid Dowell, Roy Drescher, Michael Drummond, Dave Duffield, Gene Duggan, Brian Dumont, Matt Dunn, Bo Dunn, Robert Dunnington, Charles Dunscomb, Terry Dunsworth, Mike Durbin, Duke Dutrow, Chad Duvall, Harold Dyke, Larry

1955 1989 1949-50-51-52 1969-70-71-72 1974-75 2002-03 2007-08 2008-09-10 1955-56 1986-87-88 1968-69-70 1987-88 1931 1980-81 2006 1954-55 1960 1948-49 1949-50-54 1961 1998 1981 1950-51-52-53 1938-39-40-41 1994-95 1981 1996-97 1997 1941 1949-50-52 1971 2010 1939-40-46 2000-01-02-03 1955 2002-03-04 1967 1981-82-83 1973-74 1979 1998-99-00 2006-07 1987-88-89 1986-87 1949 1958 1995-96-97 1987-88-89-90 2007 1934-35-36-37 1978

E Echols, Lambert Edling, David Edwards, George Edwards, Lyle Edwards, Tolani Eitson, Eric Elkins, Emory Elliott, Nelson Ellsworth, Glenn Enoch, Ellis Erskine, Devilion Erwin, Sam Erzusy, John Estes, Dan Estrada, Rick Evans, Dan Evans, Josh Evans, Thomas Ewusiak, Bill

1971-72-73-74 1962 1966-67-68-69 1940-41-45 1992-93-94-95 2010 1989 1953-54 1964-65 1937 1996-97-98-99 1962 1953-54 1980-81-82 1981-82-83 1958 2009 1928-30-31 1964-65-66-67

Fighting Falcons F Fairbanks, Danny Faison, David Farley, Bob Farrell, Larry Fazio, John Feltz, James Feola, Dennis Ferguson, Hunter Ferrell, Jeremiah Fields, Jamie Figueroa, Aramis Flanagan, Jim Flanagan, Rudy Fleming, Bernard Flemming, Sterling Flickenger, Health Flowers, William Foley, Howard Folhill, Smitty Fontana, Donald Forde, Jamal Fortier, Matt Fortier, Mike Fortney, Charles Foster, Ethridge Foster, Russ Foster, Thomas France, James Franchina, Nick Francis, Charles Franklin, Bobby Franklin, Tony Frazee, Allen Frazier, Devon Frazier, Raymond Frederick, William Freedman, Tom Frei, Robert Friend, Jim Friend, John Frum, Jim Frye, John Fugera, Bill Fugera, Bob Fugera, Robert Fuller, Sam Fulmer, Bob Fulton, Tim Fultz, Albert Furgason, Jarrod Furgason, Tommy Furr, Rashad

1981-82 1981-82 1960 1980-81-82-84 1970-71-72-73 1946-47-48 1980 2010 2001-02-03 1998 1991 1998 1998-99 1924 1932-33-34-35 1991-92-93 1986-87-88 1931-33 1966 1954-55-56-57 2005-06-07 1966-67-68-69 1997-98-99-00 1934-35-36-37 2005-06 1985 1991-94-95 1990-91-92-93 1992 1949-50-51 1989 1988-89-90-91 1950-52-53-54 1988-89-90-91 1994-95-96 1937 1962 1959 1957 1991 1959 1959-60 1957-58 1957-59-60 1958 1959 1979-80-81-82 1989 1934-35-36-37 1994-95-96-97 1994 1994

G Gaiters, Ollie Galambus, Terry Gallman, William Garbot, Robert Gardner, Gerald Gardner, Tim Garner, Archie Garner, George Garrett, Bob Gaudet, Brian Gearde, Frank Geary, Benjamin Geary, Brandon Geary, Lou Gebert, Larry Gerkins, Fred Germont, Sam Gerrard, Ross

1992-93 1972-73-74-75 1979 1961-62 1977-78-79-80 1980 1927 1961 1938-39 1992 1956 2004-05-06-07 2004-05-06-07 1976-77-78-79 1978-79-80 1949-50 1959 1930-31-32-33

Gibson, Dennis Gibson, Jason Gilbert, Earl Gildon, Dennis Gill, Richard Gillard, Harold Gist, Tony Gladwell, James Gladys, Joe Glaspell, Roger Glenn, Walter Glod, Robert Glover, Mike Godshalk, John Goines, James, Jr. Goines, Jim Goins, Russ Golden, Johnny Gonzales, Phil Good, Matt Goodine, Lawrence Goodnight, Jim Gorby, Roger Gorman, Wells Govine, Andre Graham, Andre Graham, Damion Graham, Mike Graham, Robbie Grake, Sam Grandstaff, Bill Grandstaff, William Graytok, Tony Greathouse, Jordan Greco, Eddie Green, Darius Gregan, Ron Gretchen, Steve Griffin, Matt Griffith, Eric Grimmett, Andy Grubola, Victor Guerrieri, Eugene Guffa, Emil Guin, Curtis Guin, Moses Gum, Ben Gump, Denzer Gump, Johnny Guyaux, Rick Guzzetta, Marty Gwinn, Nick

1967-68-69-70 1992-93-94-95 1934 2002-03 1930 1972-73-74-75 1996-97-98-99 1946-47-48-49 1947-48-49 2007-08-09 1933 1977-78-79-80 1998 1979 1993-94 1990-91-93 1970 1994 1985 1991-92-93-94 1972-73-74-75 1966 1963-64 1947 1980-81-82 2006 1998-00-01-02 1998 2005-06 1936-37-38-39 1969 1962 1984-85 2009-10 1979 2007-08 1962-63-64-65 1989-90-91-92 2009-10 1987-88 1991-92 1939 1993-94 1947 1959-60 1956-57-58-59 2005-06-07 1928-29-30 1925-26-27-28 1972-73-74-75 1983-84-85-86 2010

H Haas, Dustin Haas, Joe Haddix, Duane Haddox, William Hagan, Alex Halfin, Josh Hall, Carl Hall, Charlie Hall, George Hall, Lawrence Hall, Miller Hall, Raynell Hall, Richard Halpin, Pat Hamilton, Jarrett Hamilton, Jay Hamilton, James Hammell, Adam Hammon, Orvil

2001-02-03-04 1982-83-84-85 1985-86-87 1969-71 1983 1992 1941-42 1983-84 1934 1924-25-26 1971-72-73-74 2008-09-10 1975 2008-09-10 1927-28 1925 2006 2005 1934-35-36

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Hannah, Dave 1978-79 Harbert, John 1980-81-82-83 Harbert, L.T. 2009 Harman, Byran 1998-99-00-01 Harper, Austin 1938-39-40 Harper, James 2001-02-03 Harper, Ryan 1997 Harris, Andre 1999-03 Harris, Rick 1955-57-58 Harrison, Antoine 2000 Harshman, Fred 1961 Hart, Marvin 1969-70-71 Hastings, Irwin 1991-92 Haugh, Jack 1947-48 Haught, Howard 1928-29 Hault, Charles 1924-25 Haun, Kenneth 1927-28-29-30 Hauser, Ken 1972-73 Hawkins, Richard 1926-27-32 Hawkins, Robert 1932-33-35 Hawthorne, Dave 1986 Hawthorne, Travis 2008-09 Hayes, Phil 1956 Hayhurst, William 1951-52-53 Haythorne, Valient 2008 Healy, Don 1963 Heefner, Mark 2008-09-10 Hefner, Paul 1924-25-26-27 Heiblum, Simon 1975-76 Helmick, Ronald 1962-63-64 Helminiski, Ed 1958-59 Helser, Jeff 1990-91 Henning, Robert 2002-03-04-05 Henry, Herbert 1924-25-26-27 Herbert, Francis 1930 Hess, John 1927-28-29-30 Hess, Paul 1977-78 Hickman, Clyde 1924-25-26 Hickman, Stan 1983 Higgins, Greg 1984-85-86 Higinbotham, Nick 2009-10 Hill, David 2005-06-07-08 Hill, Jeremy 1996 Hill, Larry 1963-64-65-66 Hill, Rick 1986-87 Hill, Robb 1987-88-89 Hill, Roger 1966-67-68-69 Hillebrecht, Jim 1968-69-70-71 Hilton, Dave 1960 Hinebaugh, James 1931 Hockenberry, Mike 1995-96-97-98 Hodgkiss, Ed 1990-91-92 Hoes, Jerome 1978-79-80-81 Holder, Tremaine 2001-02-03-04 Holmes, Andre 1997 Holmes, Arlen 2000-01-02-03 Holmes, Wes 2000 Holtfreter, Jon 1980 Holton, Ray 1980-81-82 Hood, Jeff 1971 Hood, Robbie 1997-98-00 Hooper, Scott 1988-89-90-91 Hoover, John 1935-36 Hoppe, Corey 2000-01-02-03 Horback, Bob 1974-75-76-77 Hornyak, John 1929-30-31-33 Horosko, Pete 1946-47-48 Hounshell, Dale 1950-51-52-53 Houston, Richard 1984 Howerton, Scott 1998 Howes, Stanford 1933-36 Hrapchuck, Greg 1988-89-90-91-91 Huber, Francis 1931-32-33

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Huff, John Huffman, Maurice Hughes, Ed Hull, Wilber Humphries, Chris Hunt, John Hunt, Robert Hurley, Todd Hutchins, Zach Hutton, Tiny Hyer, Max Hyler, Brandon

1966-67-68-69 2005 1933-35-36 1948-49 1978-79-80-81 1994 1942 1989-90-91 2008 1985-86-87-88 1930 2010

I Iams, Luke Ickles, Don Ilacqua, Frank Ingraham, Martin Irvin, Mike Isaac, Chuck Ison, Josh Izdepski, Daniel

1967-68-69-70 1964-65-66-67 1979-80 1983-84 1980-81-82 1986-87-88-89 1999-00-01-02 1999

J Jackson, Jason Jackson, Roy Jackson, Ted Jackson, Tinker Jackson, Wes James, John Jamiel, Doug Janicki, John Jefferies, George Jeffery, Scott Jemison, Shawn Jenkins, Bob Jenkins, George Jenkins, Hugh Jenkins, Jacob Jennings, Craig Jennings, Tim Jerkins, Fred Jeter, Steve Jewell, Allen Jilleba, Chris Johnson, Billy Johnson, Chris Johnson, Courtney Johnson, Devin Johnson, Germaine Johnson, Glenn Johnson, Greg Johnson, Kevin Johnson, Larry Johnson, Mark Johnson, Milton Johnson, Paul Johnson, Roger Johnson, Stephan Johnson, Wendell Jones, Bernard Jones, Floyd Jones, Joe Jones, John Paul Jones, Junior Jones, Randy Jones, Robert Jones, Wilbur Jordan, Marlon Joseph, Matt Joseph, Mike Joyce, Bernard Judd, Derek

1991-92 1962-63-64-65 1969-70-71-72 1976 1989 1992-94 1978-79-80 1961-62-63 1938-47 1967 2002-03-04-05 1953-54 1930 1931-32-33-34 1998-99 2002 1998 1948 1975-76-77-78 2004-05-06-07 1982-83 2005 1985-86-87 2001-02 2008-09-10 1999-00-01-02 1984-85-86 1984-85 1998 1987-88 1981-82-83 1960-61 1992 1972-73-74 2007-08-09-10 2003-04-05-06 1989-90 2005 1985-86-87-88 1973-74 1967-68-69-70 1978-79-80-81 1932-33-34 1928-29-31-32 1998-99 1988-89-90 1994-95-96-97 1935-36 1988-89-90-91

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FSU

K Kalin, Maurice Kamara, Mo Kanicki, Matt Kara, John Karlosky, Bill Kasnoski, Louis Kauffman, Clint Kearns, Carroll Keenan, Frank Keener, Earl Keim, Michael Keith, Vernice Kellar, Mike Keller, Richard Keller, Ty Kelley, Jim Kelley, Ray Kent, Jeff Kent, Mike Kerr, Ken Kerr, Robbie Ketterman, Jesse Key, Dale Khouri, Matt Kickler, Tom Kiger, Doug Kiger, Ken Kikume, Joe Kilcoyne, Jack Kincaid, John King, Jim King, Richard King, Steve King, Tim Kisner, B.J. Kitts, Bob Kitzmiller, Ted Kleman, Frank Kniceley, Dan Kniceley, Josh Knight, David Knight, Francis Knight, James Knight, Kyle Koach, Bill Koren, Dave Kosikowski, Brian Koski, Bryan Koval, John Krebs, Clay Krivonyak, Gregory Krocker, Mark Kull, Kit Kulpa, Chris Kundla, Shannon Kundratik, Paul Kuroski, William Kuzio, John Kuzio, Paul L Lamb, Tom Lambert Robert Lambert, Bob Lambert, Hayden Lambert, Rodney Landis, Ben Lang, Bruce LaPlaca, Nick LaPoe, Aaron Larkin, Sean

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1958-59-60-61 2005-06 1989-90-91-92 1966-67-68-69 1946 1938-39 1996-97-98 1940-41 2010 1946-47-48-49 2010 1977-78-79-80 1992 1968-69-70 1987-88-89 1966 1938-39-40-41 1986-87 1980 1972-73-74-75 1975 1959-60-61 1968 2007-08-09-10 1983-84-85-86 1972-73-74-75 1991 1984-85-86 1949-50 1985 1983 1989 1991 1983 1985-86-87-88 1986-87 1985-86 1979-80 1982 2008-09-10 1957-58 1958 1924 2005-06-08-09 1957 1990-91 1993 1990-91-92 1956-57 2010 1994 1990-91-92-93 1969 1969-70-71 1996-97-98 1934-35-36 1977-78-79 1975-76-77-78 1975-76-77-78 1992-93 1971-72-73-74 1956 1994-95-96-97 1975-76 2007-08-10 1987-88-89 1963 2005-06 1989-90-91-92

Larosa, David 1981 Lash, Eric 1984-85 Laughlin, Richard 1954-55-56 Laughlin, Stan 1969-70-71-72 Lawson, Bruce 1973-74 Lawson, Claude 1936 Layman, Charles 1924 Lazier 1945 Lazorski, Walt 1947-48 Leckey, John 1963 Lee, Alex 2005-06 Lee, Ronell 2006 Lehosit, Mark 1973 Lester, Jeff 1978-79-81-82 Lewis, Bob 1986 Lewis, Scott 1988-89-90-91 Lewis, Tom 1959-60-61-62-74 Liggins, Darren 1990 Lindamood, Mike 1971 Lindley, Byron 1932-33 Linnard, David 1937 Lipinski, James 1946-47-48-49 Lipscomb, Steve 1961-62-63-64 Llewellyn, Justin 2003-04-05 Lockhart, Ronnie 2010 Lombardo, Frank 1931-32-33 Longacher, Bill 2009 Looney, Travis 1981-82-83-84 Lopez, Danny 2002-03 Lopez, Mike 1996-97 Lord, Pierre 1979-80-81 Losh, Lawrence 1926-27-28 Lough, Doug 1975 Lovis, Tony 1938 Luvara, Tut 1951 Lybarger, John 1993-94-95 Lynch, Larry 1962 Lyon, George 1936 M Mabin, Lou Mahalak, Mike Mahalik, Ed Mainella, Mike Mainella, Tony Mainick, Steve Malinchack, Walt Malkiewicz, Jim Malley, Kent Manchin, John Manchin, John Manchion, Brandon Manzo, Dave Manzo, David Mapes, Ryan Marano, John Marion, Sean Markhem, Larry Marko, Michael Marra, Louis Marra, Mike Marra, Sam Marshall, Lenny Marshall, Rondell Martin, Bernard Martin, Bob Martin, Kevin Martin, Pat Martin, Robert Martinez, Raul Martray, Carl Martray, Joe Mascaro, John

1987-88 1983-84-85 1959-60-61 1997-98-99-00 1996-97-98-99 1990 1950 1995 1959-60 1942 1969 2005-06 1956 1977-78-79-80 1994-95 2004-05-06 2009-10 1964 1952-58 1942 1966-67 1947-48 1977-78-79-81 1992-93-94 1964 1952-53 1992 1990-91-92 1954 1992 1964 1963-64-65-66 1942-46

Fa i r m o n t

Mason, Cecil Mason, Walter Massey, Brian Massullo, Bob Maximin, Mike Maxwell, Ben Mayer, J.J. Mayle, Shockey McClintic, Pat McCloskey, Tom McCoy, Charles McCoy, Dick McCoy, Harry McCutcheon, Gary McCutcheon, Robert McDade, Charles McDonald, Dewey McDougal, Forest McDougal, Francis McGee, Chris McIntosh, Craig McIntosh, Leo McJilton, Matt McKain, James McKinney, Carl McLean, Mac McMahon, Phil McMann, Richard McNally, Jim McNemar, Jon McVeigh, James McVicker, Doug Meeks, Roy Mercer, Tom Merchant, Gerard Merrell, Jerott Merrill, Richard Mertens, James Meyer, Billy Meyer, Charles Meyer, Frank Michael, Newton Michael, Red Michael, Roy Michaels, Carroll Miller, Aaron Miller, Brad Miller, James Miller, Ken Miller, Kyle Miller, Oliver Milton, Dave Minarcin, Joe Minneyfield, Tony Minter, Fred Minutelli, Vito Mitchell, Vince Moats, John Moats, Ron Moats, Tim Monday, Anthony Montgomery, Dan Montgomery, Jeff Moon, Gordon Moore, Frank Moore, Harold Moore, Johnnie Moore, Kirk Moore, Larry Moore, Logan Moore, Stanley Moran, Dale Moran, Roger

s tat e

1924-25 1930-32-33 1991 1978 1972-73-74-75 1994-95-96 2007-08-09-10 1964-65-66 2005-06 1980-81 1927-28-29-30 1969 1931-32-33-34 1952-53-55 1954-55-56 1926-27-28 2009-10 1940-41 1956 2000-01 2006 1993-94-95 1998-99-00-01 1929-30 1958 1995 1998-99 1945-48-49 1989-90 2009-10 2010 1950 1958-59-60 1967-68-69-70 2002 1997-98-99 1965-66-67-68 1965-66-67-68 1933-34-34-39 1967-68-70-71 1939-40-41 1924 1928 1966-67-68-69 1924-25-26-27 1956-57-58-59 1989 1951-52 1961-62-63 2004-05-06-07 1924 1962 1979-80 1996 1926-28-29-30 2005 1983-84-85-86 1959-60 1979 1976-78-79 1972-73-74-75 1967 1975-76 1988-89-90 1975-76-77-78 1927 1956-57 1990 1965-66 2010 2004-05-06 1979-80-81-83 1979

u n i v e r s i t y

Moran, Ron Moreland, Dave Moreland, Tim Morgan, Andrew Morgan Andrew Morgan, Ben Morgan, Dave Morgan, Ernie Morgan, Jerry Morgan, Louis Morgan, Morris Morris, John Morris, Matt Morrison, Pat Morrone, Tom Mortier, Patrick Morton, Blaine Mosby, James Mosser, Jack Moyer, Gary Murdy, Dan Murphy, Douglas Murphy, Eric Murphy, George Murphy, Ted Murphy, Sean Murray, Wilber Musca, Tom Mustachio, Anthony Muth, Leonard Myak, Robert Myers, Don

1980 1970 1983-84-85 1979-80-81-82 2004 1931-32 1979 1924 1995-96-97-98 1930-31 1931-33 1937 1976-77-78-79 2003-04 1985-86-87 2008 1950-51-52-53 1979-80-81-82 1938 1959-60-61-62 1991 1993 1990 1951-55-56-57 1993-94-95-96 2008 1936 1941 1935 1941 1979-80-81-82 1983-84-85-86

N Napollilo, Joe 1934 Nay, Josh 1995-96-97-99 Nay, Raymond 1937 Neal, Jerry 1953 Neal, Rosevelt 1971-72 Nealy, D.J. 1998-99 Nease, Scott 1968-69-70-71 Nebera, John 1949 Neff, Dave 1992-96 Neff, Dennis 1964-65 Neff, Richard 1992-93 Nettles, Mike 1972 Newbrough, Carl 1938 Newbrough, Richard 1955-56-57-58 Newbrough, Robert 1959-60-61 Newby, Henry 1992-93 Newman, Ryland 2009-10 Newsome, Dave 1988-89-90-91 Newton, Elbert 1997-00 Nichols, Bud 1968-69-70-71 Nichols, Ted 1925 Nickerson, Devin 1998-99-00-01 Nolan, Zach 2009 Norman, Nick 1953-54 Northrup, Boyd 1986-87-88-89-89 Norton, Russell 2000-01 Nunn, Gerald 1962 Nutter, Odell 1928-29 O Odgen, Jim Offett, Osbern Offredo, Patsy Oliver, James Oliverio, Joe Opp, Paul Oravec, Ken Orr, James Ostrowski, Mark

1963-64 1945 1964 1993 1939-40-41 1924 1985-86-87-88 1955 2004-05

Fighting Falcons Overton, Don Owen, James Owen, Walter Owen, Warren Owens, Marty Owens, Michael Owens, Jacob Oyster, James

1986-87-88-89 1936-37-38 1940-41-42 1942 1987-88-89-90 1981 2004-05-06-07 1969-70-71-72

P Pachuta, Frank Pack, David Page, Vashon Page, Zack Painter, Luke Palmer, Frank Parker, Aaron Parker, Jo Jo Parrish, Nick Parsons, Dean Parsons, James Parsons, Marshall Pasquale, James Pasquale, Tony Patitucci, Gene Patterson, Tony Paul, Travis Paulaski, Lawrence Payne, Chester Payne, Scott Pegram, Mike Pence, Robert Perine, Andrew Perkins, Chris Perkins, Gene Pernell, Jon Peters, Jonathan Petres, Paul Phelps, Fred Phillips, Brent Phillips, Charles Phillips, Ronald Phillips, William Pierce, Rick Pifer, Frank Pinardo, Mike Pinchinat, Patrick Pinkerman, Chris Pittman, Lance Pitts, Bill Planceon, Lionare Polley, Jerry Pope, Andre Popeck, Steve Potts, Gary Powell, Tim Preolette, Mike Price, June Proctor, Sam Prusha, George

1963-64-65 2009-10 1990-91-92-93 2007-08-09-10 2004 1930-31-32-33 2009 2003-04-05 2003-04 1987-88 1994 1961 1951 1941-42-46-50 1963 2008-09-10 2001 1993-94-95-96 1945 1995-96 1987 1939-40-41-42 2006-07-08 1971-72-73 1958-59-60 1996 1994 1930-31-32 1968-69-70-71 1965 1946 1957-58 1951-52-53 1987 1983-84-85-86 1990-91 2010 1997-98 2005 1987-88-89-90 1937 1969 2006 1990-91-92 1987 1967-68-69-70 1961 1958-59 1996-98-00 1990-91-92

Q Quattro, Arthur Quattro, Frank Quickle, Tom R Rada, John Radcliffe, Kevin Rahl, John Raimondo, Jim Raimondo, John Ramsey, Travis

1934-35 1960-61-62 1965-66 1948-49-50 1978-79-80 2005-06-07-08 1980-81-82-83 1980-81-82-84 1997-98-99-00

Rank, Richard 1954-55-56-57 Rankin, Larry 1954-55 Rardin, Allan 1968 Rase, Andy 1989-90 Read, Erik 1994-95 Reagan, Jack 1965-66-67-68 Rechichar, Bruce 1974 Reddick, James 1931-32 Redelman, Glen 1984-85-86-87 Reed, Charles 1930 Reed, Cody 2008-09-10 Reed, Harris 1924 Reed, Jed 1996-97-98-99 Reed, Kevin 1991 Reese, Charles 1965 Reese, Jerry 1952 Regan, Ron 1965 Reiber, Bob 1955-56-57 Renick, Jack 1972-73 Rennie, Gordon 1960-61-63-64 Resczinski, Larry 1969 Resetar, John 1946 Resetar, Michael 1949-50 Reynolds, Ian 2000-01-02 Reynolds, Jim 1966-67-68 Rhodes, Bill 1991-92 Ribel, Louis 1964-65 Rice, Ken 1963 Rice, Lewis 1957-61 Richards, James 1982 Richardson, Henry 2007-08-09 Richardson, Jeremy 1999-00 Richardson, June 1946 Richardson, Rory 1989-90 Richie, Harry 1968 Rickard, Jamie 2002-03 Rickman, Mike 1995-96-97-98 Rider, Ernest 1950 Riggleman, William 1966-67-68-69 Riley, Lonnie 1979-80-81 Rinehart, Steve 1980 Ringer, Steve 1996-97-98-99 Risner, Chris 1991-92 Ritz, Eric 1991-92 Roach, Mike 1998-99-00-01 Roberts, Jason 2002-03 Robinette, Kyle 2004-05-06-07 Robinette, Linwood 1947 Robinson, Charles 1952-53 Robinson, Kelvin 1993 Robinson, Ronald 1964-65-66-67 Roddy, Pierre 1987-88 Rodgers, Rob 1990-91 Rodriguez, Steve 1981-82-83-84 Rogers, D.A. 1990-91-92-93 Rogers, Dave 1962 Rogers, Jason 1996-98-99 Rogers, Michael 1956 Rogers, Tom 1983-84-85-86 Rollins, William 1938 Rome, Rickie 1972 Romeo, Josh 2002-03-04-05 Rosa, Tom 1963 Roscoe, Mike 1983-84-86-87 Ross, George 1932-34-38-39-40 Ross, Joe 1925-29 Ross, Joe 1954-55 Ross, Sean 1992-93-94-95 Rosser, William 1977-78-79-80 Rossignol, Drew 2007-08-09 Rossignol, Jay 2008 Rothlesberger, Eddie 1928-29 Rowand, Dave 1937-39-40

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Rowe, Don Rowe, Ron Rumain, Mike Rush, Demetrius Rush, Ingram Russell, James Russell, Rod Rutherford, Randy Rutledge, Robb

1946-47-48-49 1990 1984 1982-83-84-85 1929 1973-74-75-76 1985-86-87 1972-73 1986-87

S Sailor, B.J. Sales, Eddy Samples, Adam Sampson, Jimmy Sampson, Mark Sampson, Randall Sams, Greg Sams, Howard Sams, Jared Sansom, Allan Santmyer, Matt Satterfield, David Savage, Anthony Savage, Anthony Savio, John Sawyer, Charles Scalopio, Amelio Scarff, Mike Schaffer, Adam Scherich, Kyle Schrader, Nick Schramm, Tim Schroeder, Fred Schweinsberg, Roy Scott, John Scott, Ken Scott, Raymond Seabolt, Logan Seay, Don Seccuro, Frank Sedera, Gary Sedera, John Sedlock, Andy See, Roger Seekford, Kevin Segal, Jason Sellers, Fred Sevier, Derek Shaffer, Andrew Shaffer, Dennis Shaffer, Ward Shafii, Shahram Shaner, Jim Sharps, Leonard Shaver, Jennings Shaver, Mike Shaw, Richard Shenosky, Henry Shepherd, Scott Sherman, Patrick Sherry, Tom Shilley, John Shimek, Paul Shoaf, John Short, Jason Shreve, Nick Shreyer, George Sid-Dean, Shawn Simms, Jack Sincel, Chuck Sincel, John Skarzinski, L.D.

1998 1991 1998-99-00-01 1933-34-35 2010 1994 1974-75-76 1980-81-82 2003-04-05-06 1989-90-91-92 2004 1998 1992 1995 1945-48-49 1961 1945 1992-94-95 1932-33 2004 2010 1972 1950 1977 1980-81-82 1962-63 1926 2009-10 1952-53-54 1928 1969 1973-74-75-76 1968-70-71 1968-69-70 1983 1992 1987 2008-09-10 2008 1971-72-73-74 1928 2004-05-06-07 1957-58-59-60 1991 1945-46-47 1971 1924-25 1934-35 1995-96-97 1963-64 1980-81 1941-46-47 1967-68 1957-58 1993-94-95-96 2003-04 1964-65-66-67 1995 1955 1982-83-84-85 1960 1984

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Skidmore, John 1966-67 Skidmore, Josh 2003-04-05 Skinner, Don 1949-50 Skinner, Mike 1973-74 Skinner, Waldon 1946-47-48 Skulley, Sawn 1990 Slabaugh, Ryan 1997-98-99-00 Slack, Dale 1981-82 Sloan, Ray 1964-65 Sloas, Kyle 2003-04 Slone, Tom 1986-87-88-89 Smarr, Bill 1992-93-94-95 Smartt, Justin 2006 Smith, Bill 1985-86 Smith, Brendon 2007 Smith, Brent 1970-71-72-73 Smith, Dan 1985 Smith, David 2001 Smith, Denver 1949-50-51 Smith, Don 1963 Smith, Ed 2000-01-02-03 Smith, Eric 1983 Smith, Grover 1962-63 Smith, Harold 1934 Smith, Joe 1967 Smith, Maurice 1974-75 Smith, Miles 1981-82 Smith, Robert 1970-71-72-73 Smith, Thomas 1981-82-83-84 Smothers, Jeff 2009 Snider, Jackson 1978 Snider, Joe 1982-83-84-85 Snoderly, June 1932-34 Snodgrass, Dale 1925-26 Snyder, Mark 1991 Snyder, Verl 1935 Sobek, Edwards 1942 Soliday, Casey 1990-91 Soliday, Erik 1981-82-83-84 Soliday, Mikel 2007 Soloman, John 1945-46 Sotelo, Tony 2006 Southern, Robin 1991 Spadafore, Larry 1946-47 Spangenberger, Caleb 2002-03 Sparvari, Bill 1967-68 Spencer, Bernard 1953 Spencer, John 1968-69-70-71 Spencer, William 1975 Spring, Walter 1935 Springer, Shane 2008-09-10 Springston, William 1932 Spruell, Jake 1997-98-99-00 Spruill, Bryan 2010 Squires, Delbert 1928 St. Hilaire, Chris 2010 Stafford, Luke 2006-07-08-09 Stalnaker, Bill 1958-59-60-61 Stalnaker, Greg 1989-90 Stalnaker, Ron 1989 Stansberry, Dub 1978-79 Stanton, Chris 2009-10 Starcher, Eric 2009 Stealey, Alton 1927 Sterling, Arlo 2006-07-08-09 Stewart, Bill 1971-72-73-74 Stewart, Mike 1993-94-95-96 Stewart, Ted 1971-72-73 Steyer, Justin 1999-00-01 Stimmel, George 1959-60-61 Stingo, Frank 1949-50-51-54 Stolz, Dirk 1990-91-92-93 Stoner, Marvin 1969

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Fighting Falcons Stoper, Richard Strosnider, Daniel Stump, Millard Sturgeon, Edward Sullivan, Scott Svagerko, Rich Swaim, Jeff Swain, Matt Swan, Frank Swann, Glen Sweeney, James Sweeny, Tony Swiger, William Swisher, Bryan Swisher, Mark Swisher, Tom Swope, Bill Szajnecki, Justin

Intro Staff Players opponent review Records

FSU

T Talbott, Bill Talbott, Mark Talerico, Joe Tamati, Tim Tartell, Eugene Tater, Joseph Tatta, John Taulbee, Isaiah Tavares, Donald Taylor, Aubrey Taylor, Derek Taylor, Mike Taylor, Steve Teacoach, Frank Tedrick, Bob Teidmann, Bob Templin, James Tennant, Dick Tennant, Jacob Tennant, Mark Tennant, Sam Terry, Daryl Terry, Mark Thistle, Scott Thomas, Allen Thomas, Beryl Thomas, David Thomas, Granville Thomas, Leo Thomas, Merle Thompson, Andy Thompson, Bryan Thompson, Herbert Thompson, Joe Thompson, Ralph Thompson, Raymond Thompson, Tony Tivis, Lenwood Tobay, Jason Tokarz, Anthony Tomassi, David Tonkovich, Dick Toothman, Byron Toothman, Fred Tork, Patrick Tousignant, Luc Trader, Edward Trano, Tony Trawick, Travaris Trent, Jason Triplett, Mike Tritapoe, Steve Troutman, Roland

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1949 2009-10 1934 1951 2004-05 1968 1984 2003-04-05-06 1946 1970 1942 1983 1942-46 1972-73-74 2003-05-06 1966-67-68-69 1968-70-71-72 2005 1962 1970 1938 1977 1951-55-56 1950 1938-39-40-41 1999 1979-81-82 1925-26 2007-08-09 2002-03-04 1967 1929-32 1930-31-32-33 1974-75-76-77 1948-49 1977-78-79-80 1962-63 1966-67-68-69 1924 1967-68 1976-77-78 1992-93 1993 1924 1971 1981-82 2007-08 1926 1990 2002 1930 1983 1942 1980-81-82 1984-85-86-87 1989-90 1995 1961 1975-76 1953 1939-40 1955-56-57 1926-27 1978-79-80-81 1946 1941 1998 1997-98-99-00 1973 2000-01-02-03 2000-01

Truman, James Tsuhlares, Lambert Tucker, Brandon Turner, Andrew Turner, Brian Twigg, John Twyman, M.J. Tyre, Chico

1954 1969-70-71-72 2009-10 1980 2008-09-10 1945 2006-07-08-10 1981

U Underwood, Greg Underwood, Jim Underwood, Luke Underwood, Tim Utt, Todd

2008-09-10 1976 1995 1976-77-78-79 1995-96-97

V Vacca, Dan Valentine, Doug Valentine, Jessie Valentine, Raymond Van Gilder, Matt Vanatta, Paul Vance, Chester Vance, Matt Vennari, Alex Vernall, John Victorio, Scott Vingkle, Raymond Vingle, Bernie Viola, Mark Viox, Tim Vitko, Mark Vlosich, Stan Vujaklya, Matt

1947 1979-80-81-82 2004-05-06-07 1942 2002-03 1930-31-32 1950 2002-03-04-05 1927-28 1949-50-51-54 2009-10 1945 1956 1977-78-79 1978-79-80-81 1982 1965-66 2005-06-07-08

W Walker, Alan Walker, Charles Walker, Earl Walker, Jason Wallace, Chuck Wallace, Eddie Waller, Juwan Wallo, Leonard Walls, Leonard Walter, Glen Walter, Sean Walters, Brett Walters, Nathan Ward, Bruce Ware, Daniel Ware, Richard Wargo, Charles Washington, Calvin Washington, Charles Washington, Nick Waslo, Mark Waters, Damon Watkins, Doug Watkins, Rod Watkins, Ron Watkins, William Watson, Kevin Watt, William Watts, Ryan Weaver, Isaac Webster, Matt Wells, Jeff Wells, Jeff West, Adam

1973 1961-62-63 1957-58 1996-97-98-99 1963 1984-85 2000-01 1935 1939-40-41 1932 1989 1987-88-89 2001-02 1994-95-96-97 1994 1936-37-38-39 1934 1982-83-84-85 1991 2005-06-07 1978-79-80-81 2010 1963 1987 1986-87 1962 1989-90 1980-81-82 2010 2002-03-04 2003 1983-84-85-86 1989 1989-90

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Team Records Offense (Game)

First Downs Rushing First Downs Passing Total First Downs Yards Gained Rushing Yards Gained Passing Total Yards Gained Passes Attempted Passes Completed Passes Had Intercepted Penalties Yards Penalized Fumbles Lost Points Most Rushes Most Plays Fewest Rushes Fewest Plays

Defense (Game) Fewest First Downs Rushing Fewest First Downs Passing

Fewest Total First Downs Fewest Yards Rushing Fewest Yards Passing Fewest Total Yards Fewest Passing Attempts Fewest Pass Completions Passes Intercepted Fumbles Recovered

25 vs. WV Wesleyan, 1967 23 vs. WV State, 1996 33 vs. Bluefield State, 1979 500 vs. Bluefield State, 1978 516 vs. Concord, 2000 610 vs. Glenville State, 1969 59 vs. WV Wesleyan, 1994; vs. Concord, 2000 40 vs. WV State, 1996 6 vs. Salem, 1958; vs. WV Tech, 1982; vs. West Liberty State, 1989; vs. Shepherd, 1994 21 vs. Salem, 1982; vs. WV Tech, 1993 227 vs. WV Tech, 1993 6 vs. WV Wesleyan, 1954; vs. Shepherd, 1963 70 vs. Concord, 2001 73 vs. Glenville State, 2004 105 vs. WVU-Tech, 2001 15 vs. WV State, 1995 28 vs. Salem, 1977

0 vs. Tiffin, 1995; vs. WV Wesleyan, 1968; vs. West Liberty State, 1969; vs. Concord, 1985 0 vs. California, 1952; vs. Salem, 1953; vs. West Liberty State, 1954; vs. Concord, 1954; vs. Glenville State, 1960; vs. WV Wesleyan, 1961; vs. Salem, 1961; vs. WV Tech, 1961; vs. Concord, 1965; vs. WV Wesleyan, 1966; vs. Salem, 1966; vs. Glenville State, 1967; vs. California, 1967; vs. Salem, 1972; vs. Edinboro, 1973; vs. WV Wesleyan, 1975; vs. Salem, 1975;vs. Shepherd, 1975; vs. WV Wesleyan, 1978; vs. WV State, 1978; vs. WV Wesleyan, 1980; vs. West Liberty State, 1984; vs. Concord, 1989; vs. WV Tech, 1997 1 vs. WV Tech, 1997 68 vs. Concord, 1979 5 vs. Glenville State, 1967 31 vs. Waynesburg, 1986; vs. WV Tech, 1997 3 vs. WV Wesleyan, 1961; vs. WV Wesleyan, 1966; vs. WV Wesleyan, 1970; vs. Salem, 1976; vs. West Liberty State, 1984 0 vs. Concord, 1954; vs. WV Tech, 1961; vs. WV Wesleyan, 1996; vs. Salem, 1976; vs. WV Wesleyan, 1978; vs. West Liberty State, 1984; vs. Concord, 1989 7 vs. WV Wesleyan, 1968; 7 vs. WV State, 2004; 7 vs. Glenville State, 2009 6 vs. Waynesburg, 1980

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Offense (Season) First Downs Rushing First Downs Passing First Downs Penalty Total First Downs Rushing Attempts Yards Lost Rushing Yards Gained Rushing Net Yards Rushing Passing Attempts Pass Completions Passes Had Intercepted Total Offensive Plays Total Offensive Yards

Defense (Season) Pass Interceptions Yards Interception Returns Touchdowns Allowed Points After Touchdowns Total Points Allowed Penalties Against Yards Penalized Fumbles Fumbles Lost

Most 122 (1978) 132 (1996) 36 (2004) 240 (1996) 563 (1985) 534 (1953) 3,026 (1996) 2,537 (1978) 420 (1992) 296 (1999) 26 (1971) 819 (1981) 4,411 (1996)

Least 48 (1992) 16 (1960) 3 (1952) 75 (1951) 282 (1968) 127 (1959) 283 (1951) 441 (1992) 40 (1959, 1952) 18 (1952) 2 (1959, 1952) 362 (1959) 1,653 (1959)

35 (1967) 458 (2010) 49 (1996) 39 (1999, 2001) 346 (1999) 120 (1993) 1,125 (1993) 41 (1978) 21 (1976, 1972)

5 (1980, 1966, 1951) 26 (1980) 6 (1954) 3 (1954) 64 (1954) 22 (1953) 205 (1952) 10 (1960) 5 (1959, 1960)

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Special Teams (Season) Punts Punting Yardage Punt Returns Yards Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Yards Kickoff Returns

75 (1973) 2,693 (1973) 50 (1967) 896 (1967) 54 (2009) 1,415 (2009)

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30 (1965) 962 (1965) 8 (1990, 1953) 7 (2002) 14 (1953) 264 (1960)

Records complete from 1951 to present

Milestones Win Opponent 1 WV University Preps 25 Fairview High 50 California State (Pa.) 75 Glenville State 100 Glenville State 125 Davis & Elkins 150 West Liberty 175 WV Tech 200 Waynesburg (Pa.) 225 WV State 250 Concord 275 WV State 300 Waynesburg (Pa.) 325 Salem 350 Shepherd 375 Concord 400 WVU-Tech

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Year 1908 1917 1933 1941 1951 1956 1959 1964 1967 1971 1975 1980 1985 1988 1995 1999 2004

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The Last Time... Fairmont scored a touchdown on a punt return: November 13, 2010:

Matt Wilmer bounced 77 yards down the sideline in the third quarter against West Virginia State at Duvall-Rosier Field. The punt return was apart of a 28-3 quarter that broke the game open in a 6338 win over the Yellow Jackets. It was the first of Wilmer’s career and the first Fairmont State punt return for a touchdown since 2008. An opponent scored a touchdown on a punt return: September 12, 2009

Shepherd’s Deante Steele followed up a kickoff return for a touchdown with a 70-yard punt return for a touchdown to help put the Rams up 13-0 within the first five minutes of the game at DuvallRosier Field. Shepherd won the game, 27-14.

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Fairmont scored a touchdown on a kickoff return: November 7, 2009

Zack Page returned his second kickoff for a touchdown of the season in the final game of the year at WV State. Page took the kick 87 yards and gave FSU a 13-7 lead, but the Yellow Jackets rallied to come away with a 27-19 win.

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to record a safety for the Falcons. The play was set up after Zack Page returned a kick to the ‘Topper one-yard line, but FSU fumbled on the ensuing snap. West Liberty would go on to defeat Fairmont State, 35-9.

A Falcon had over 200 yards rushing:

An opponent scored a safety: September 18, 2010

A Falcon scored five touchdowns:

Shepherd’s Howard Jones chased down Logan Moore and forced a fumble in the end zone that was recovered by FSU’s Pat Halpin for a safety. Those points proved to be costly as the Rams squeezed out a 19-16 victory over Fairmont State at Ram Stadium. Fairmont failed to score: October 19, 2010

Fairmont State managed just eight first downs and 147 yards of total offense in a 24-0 road loss to UNC Pembroke. An opponent failed to score: September 11, 2010

Fairmont State opened the 2010 home portion of its season with a 38-0 shutout win over Notre Dame College at Duvall-Rosier Field. The Notre Dame Falcons had just one opportunity in the red zone.

244, Perry Baker vs. Seton Hill, 11/1/08 A Falcon scored four touchdowns:

Wendell Johnson vs. Charleston, 10/21/06 Perry Baker vs. Shepherd, 9/20/08 A Falcon intercepted two passes:

Ryland Newman & Greg Underwood vs. Glenville State, 9/17/09 A Falcon recorded three sacks:

Luke Black vs. WV Wesleyan, 10/25/08 Two Falcons rush for over 100 yards:

Omoniyi Bakare (145) & Doug Brazill (112) vs. Lake Erie, 9/4/09 An opponent threw for 400-500 yards:

408, Zack Grossi, Concord, 11/6/10 An opponent threw for 300-399 yards:

373, Zach Amedro, West Liberty, 9/30/10 An opponent had over 200 yards receiving:

An opponent scored a touchdown on a kickoff return: November 13, 2010

Fairmont was involved in a scoreless tie: September 8, 1973

West Virginia State’s Brandon Morgan charged a Fairmont State onside kick and then romped 44 yards for a Yellow Jacket touchdown. That score tied the game in the first quarter, but the Falcons went on to roll 63-38 at Duvall-Rosier Field.

Against Edinboro University at Sox Harrison Stadium in Edinboro, Pa.

An opponent over 200 yards rushing:

Fairmont scored a touchdown on a fumble recovery: October 10, 2009

An opponent intercepted three passes:

Fairmont scored a touchdown on an interception: October 23, 2010

Junior Ryland Newman picked off West Virginia Welseyan’s Adam Neugebauer and returned it 85 yards (third longest return in school history) to help seal Fairmont State’s 45-14 win over the nationally ranked Bobcats at Duvall-Rosier Field. It was the second interception return for a touchdown by Newman in the 2010 season. An opponent scored a touchdown on an interception: November 7, 2009

Pierre Chatman provided WV State’s only offense in the first half with a 17-yard interception return for a touchdown. Chatman picked off a J.J. Mayer pass that was batted at the line of scrimmage. The Yellow Jackets defeated Fairmont State, 27-19, at Lakin Field. Fairmont scored a safety: September 26, 2009

FSU linebacker Nate Black blasted through the line and took down a West Liberty running back

Fairmont State’s Drew Rossignol scored the only Fairmont State points against UNC Pembroke with a 35-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown. Dewey McDonald forced the fumble on the Braves’ first possession of the second half, and the TD helped cut the deficit to 14-7. UNC Pembroke would go on to win, though, 38-7, at Duvall-Rosier Field.

209, Chris Moore, Charleston, 9/4/04 Darren Banks, West Liberty, 10/6/07

1908 - Coach: Turk Linn 4-1-1 .750 WV Wesleyan L, 0-16 WVU Preps W, 14-0 WVU Sophomore T, 0-0 Fmt. Industrial W, 16-0 Davis & Elkins W, 6-4 Fmt. Industrial W, 15-0

506, Bryan Harman vs. Concord, 11/4/00 A Falcon threw for over 400 yards:

506, Bryan Harman vs. Concord, 11/4/00 A Falcon threw for 300-399 yards:

303, Logan Moore, 10/30/10

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Non-Collegiate Foes First Last W L T Clarksburg Scholastic 1913 1931 2 0 0 Fairmont Industrial 1908 1908 0 1 0 Fairview High 1917 1917 1 0 0 Linsly Institute 1915 1915 1 0 0 Quantico Marines 1970 1970 0 1 0 Salem Reserves 1924 1924 1 0 0 Shinnston High 1911 1913 3 0 0 WVU Freshmen 1910 1950 4 7 1 WVU Preps 1908 1909 2 0 0 WVU Reserves 1910 1916 0 2 2 WVU Sophomore 1908 1910 2 0 1 WV Wesleyan Freshmen 1909 1909 1 0 0 WV Wesleyan Reserves 1915 1922 2 1 0

Jacob Lilly, Glenville State, 9/29/07

WVU-Tech’s Kendrick Kender returned a Fairmont State fumble 36 yards for a Golden Bear score at Martin Field in Montgomery, W.Va. Fairmont won the game 38-35.

203, Pat McClintic, vs. West Liberty, 10/14/06

Opponent First Last W L T St. Joseph’s (IN) 1987 2008 1 2 0 St. Vincent (PA) 1929 1929 0 1 0 Saginaw Valley (MI) 1997 1998 0 2 0 Salem 1916 1988 31 27 2 Shepherd 1929 2010 32 29 7 Seton Hill 2007 2010 3 1 0 Slippery Rock Univ. (PA) 1923 2004 2 13 2 Tiffin (OH) 1994 1995 1 1 0 Washington & Jefferson (PA) 1945 1945 1 0 0 Waynesburg PA) 1912 1986 11 2 0 Webber International 2006 2006 1 0 0 West Liberty State 1923 2010 37 36 5 WV State 1969 2010 29 13 1 WV Tech*** 1924 2005 29 19 2 WV Wesleyan 1908 2010 40 19 1 UNC Pembroke 2009 2010 0 2 0 Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater 1968 1968 0 1 0 Wofford (SC) 1980 1980 0 1 0

An opponent recorded three sacks:

An opponent scored a touchdown on a fumble recovery: November 10, 2001

A Falcon had over 200 yards receiving:

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258, Thomas Mayo, Concord, 11/6/10

Opponent First Last W L T Alderson-Broaddus 1909 1929 7 8 3 The Apprentice School 2007 2007 1 0 0 Ashland (OH) 1972 1976 0 4 0 Bethany 1912 1964 9 10 0 Bloomsburg University 2005 2005 0 1 0 Blue Ridge 1925 1925 1 0 0 Bluefield State 1965 1980 8 1 0 Bowie State 1989 1989 1 0 0 Campbellsville 1999 2000 2 0 0 Carson-Newman 1971 1990 0 5 0 California University (PA) 1916 2006 10 24 4 Cedarville 1932 1932 1 0 0 Central State 1966 1981 3 0 0 University of Charleston* 1928 2010 4 7 1 Clarion University 1982 2010 6 10 0 Concord 1932 2010 43 30 2 Davis & Elkins 1909 1961 11 12 0 Eastern Illinois Univ. 1968 1970 2 0 0 Eastern Washington Univ. 1967 1967 1 0 0 Edinboro Univ. 1973 1991 6 4 2 Fairfield University 2001 2002 2 0 0 Findlay 1969 1969 1 0 0 Glenville State 1909 2010 45 38 3 Hillsdale 1961 1988 2 6 0 Indiana University (PA) 1930 1997 2 5 1 Lake Erie (OH) 2008 2009 1 1 0 Marietta 1939 1964 2 1 0 Marshall Univ. 1926 1931 0 6 0 Morehead State Univ. 1970 1973 0 3 0 North Greenville 2006 2007 1 1 0 Northern Michigan Univ. 1967 1967 1 0 0 Notre Dame College 2010 2010 1 0 0 Potomac State** 1916 1957 11 9 4 Presbyterian (SC) 1992 1993 2 0 0 Rio Grande (OH) 1934 1934 1 0 0 St. Francis (PA) 1927 1929 1 1 0 St. John’s (MN) 1965 1965 0 1 0

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1909 - Coach: Turk Linn 4-2-1 .643 A-B W, 5-0 WVU Sophomore W, 22-0 Davis & Elkins L, 0-5 A-B T, 0-0 WVU Preps W, 34-0 Glenville L, 5-10 WV Wesleyan Fr. W, 16-5

1910 - Coach: Turk Linn 1-1-2 .500 WVU Reserves T, 0-0 Davis & Elkins L, 0-13 WVU Freshman T, 5-5 WVU Sophomore W, 24-5 1911 - Coach: Elmer Bailey 3-2-1 .583 A-B W, 11-10 Shinnston High W, 23-5 WV Wesleyan T, 0-0 WVU Freshman W, 16-10 Davis & Elkins L, 0-6 WVU Reserves L, 10-24 1912 - Coach: Ernest Bell 3-4-1 .438 WVU Reserves

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Davis & Elkins L, 13-20 Bethany College L, 9-20 Waynesburg (PA) W, 7-6 Davis & Elkins L, 6-53 A-B W, 22-0 Shinnston High W, 7-0 WV Wesleyan L, 0-89 1913 - Coach: Ernest Bell 3-3-1 .500 Davis & Elkins L, 0-25 Shinnston High W, 35-0 Clarksburg Sch. W, 7-0 Waynesburg (PA) L, 0-6 Davis & Elkins L, 10-20 Glenville T, 9-9 Clarksburg Sch. W, 10-0 1914 - No Team

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Fighting Falcons All-Time Scores (cont.) 1917 - Coach: Ernest Bell 1-4-0 .200 Fairview High W, 12-0 Glenville L, 0-13 A-B L, 0-28 WVW Reserves L, 0-38 A-B L, 0-23

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1918-1920 - No Team

1926 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 1-6-0 .143 Salem L, 0-27 Potomac State W, 3-0 Davis & Elkins L, 0-42 Glenville L, 6-19 A-B L, 13-27 West Liberty L, 0-20 Marshall L, 13-52

1921 - Coach: Arthur Garrett 2-6-0 .250 WVU Freshman L, 21-35 A-B T, 0-0 Bethany L, 0-6 Salem L, 7-42 Waynesburg (PA) W, 17-14 Keyser L, 7-21 Davis & Elkins L, 0-21 A-B L, 0-11

1927 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 0-5-3 .000 St. Francis (PA) L, 0-31 A-B L, 0-6 Davis & Elkins L, 0-27 Marshall L, 6-33 West Liberty T, 6-6 Glenville T, 6-6 Salem L, 0-33 Potomac State T, 0-0

1922 - Coach: Richard Hamil 1-5-1 .214 Davis & Elkins L, 0-28 Salem T, 0-0 WVU Freshman L, 0-7 Glenville L, 0-8 Potomac State L, 0-19 WVW Reserves W, 19-0 California State (PA) L, 7-27

1928 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 1-5-1 .214 Potomac State T, 0-0 Glenville L, 0-9 Salem L, 6-33 Marshall L, 0-27 A-B L, 6-19 Morris Harvey W, 26-6 WV Wesleyan L, 0-42

1923 - Coach: Richard Hamil 1-5-1 .214 Davis & Elkins L, 0-54 WVU Freshman L, 0-55 California State (PA) L, 0-7 Glenville W, 13-0 West Liberty T, 0-0 A-B L, 0-13 Slippery Rock L, 0-68

1929 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 2-6-0 .250 California State (PA) L, 0-6 Bethany L, 0-25 Potomac State L, 0-33 A-B L, 0-31 St. Vincent (PA) L, 0-40 Shepherd W, 6-0 St. Francis (PA) W, 7-2 Marshall L, 0-49

1924 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 3-2-2 .571 Salem Reserves W, 13-0 WV Wesleyan W, 13-0 West Liberty L, 0-9 California State (PA) L, 6-18 Glenville W, 32-0 Potomac State T, 0-0 A-B T, 0-0 New River State L, 0-34

1930 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 0-5-2 .143 Indiana State (PA) 0-0 Morris Harvey 0-0 Shepherd 0-3 California State (PA) 0-32 Marshall 0-43 Potomac State 7-19 Salem 0-27

1925 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 5-1-2 .750 Salem L, 3-21 Potomac State W, 9-0 West Liberty W, 19-0 California State (PA) W, 18-0 A-B T, 0-0 Glenville T, 0-0 WVU Freshman W, 12-0 Blue Ridge W, 13-6

1931 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 1-7-0 .125 Indiana State (PA) L, 0-7 California State (PA) L, 6-7 Morris Harvey L, 0-6 Potomac State L, 0-12 Bethany L, 0-27 Marshall L, 0-60 Shepherd W, 31-0 Salem L, 0-18

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1932 - Coach: Jasper Colebank WVIAC Champs 5-2-1 .688 Concord W, 6-0 Cedarville (OH) W, 59-0 Potomac State L, 0-13 California State (PA) T, 0-0 Indiana State (PA) L, 6-7 Bethany W, 14-0 Shepherd W, 19-18 Salem W, 6-0 1933 - Coach: Frank Ice 6-1-0 .857 Shepherd W, 25-0 Concord W, 13-7 Salem L, 6-13 California State (PA) W, 19-2 Indiana State (PA) W, 6-0 Potomac State W, 21-6 Bethany W, 6-0 1934 - Coach: Jasper Colebank WVIAC Champs 6-2-0 .750 West Liberty W, 6-0 Rio Grande (OH) W, 26-0 Glenville W, 19-0 California State (PA) L, 0-7 Shepherd W, 20-0 Salem W, 13-7 Potomac State W, 11-9 Bethany L, 12-14 1935 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 2-6-0 .250 West Liberty L, 0-13 Concord L, 0-20 Glenville L, 0-6 California State (PA) L, 7-13 Shepherd W, 20-12 Salem L, 0-27 Potomac State W, 10-0 Bethany L, 6-27 1936 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 1-6-1 .187 Concord L, 0-19 Glenville L, 0-20 California State (PA) T, 0-0 Shepherd W, 14-13 Salem L, 0-25 West Liberty L, 0-8 Potomac State L, 0-6 Bethany L, 0-19 1937 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 1-6-1 .187 Glenville L, 0-13 Concord L, 0-13 California State (PA) L, 7-9 Shepherd T, 0-0 Salem W, 6-0 West Liberty L, 13-14 Potomac State L, 0-32 Bethany L, 0-12

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1938 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 1-4-2 .286 Concord L, 7-24 California State (PA) T, 0-0 Shepherd T, 0-0 Salem L, 6-27 West Liberty L, 6-14 Glenville L, 0-14 Bethany W, 13-6 1939 - Coach: Jasper Colebank 2-6-0 .250 West Liberty L, 0-32 Marietta (OH) L, 12-13 California State (PA) W, 7-6 Shepherd W, 20-0 Salem L, 0-27 Glenville L, 8-20 Concord L, 0-14 Bethany L, 0-27 1940 - Coach: Squibb Wilson 4-3-1 .563 West Liberty L, 0-35 New River State T, 6-6 California State (PA) W, 12-0 Shepherd L, 6-7 Salem W, 14-7 Glenville L, 12-20 Concord L, 6-18 Bethany W, 6-0 1941 - Coach: Squibb Wilson 5-2-0 .714 West Liberty W, 7-0 WV Tech L, 6-7 California State (PA) W, 34-0 Shepherd W, 20-0 Salem W, 7-0 Glenville W, 13-0 Concord L, 0-25 1942 - Coach: Squibb Wilson 3-4-0 .429 WV Tech W, 7-0 Potomac State W, 14-12 Potomac State W, 8-6 West Liberty L, 13-20 Glenville L, 6-25 Bethany L, 6-14 West Liberty L, 6-40 1943-1944 - No Team 1945 - Coach: Sam Kistler 3-1-1 .700 WV Tech W, 16-7 W & J (PA) W, 19-0 Slippery Rock (PA) T, 0-0 WV Tech W, 7-0 Slippery Rock (PA) L, 0-7 1946 - Coach: Squibb Wilson 4-3-1 .563 Glenville W, 7-0 WV Tech L, 0-10 Bethany W, 13-0

Fighting Falcons Indiana State (PA) L, 7-33 Slippery Rock (PA) W, 7-0 Concord T, 0-0 Shepherd W, 21-7 California State (PA) L, 0-20 1947 - Coach: Squibb Wilson 4-3-1 .563 Glenville W, 14-0 WV Tech L, 0-14 Bethany W, 13-6 Indiana State (PA) L, 7-13 Slippery Rock (PA) T, 0-0 Concord W, 21-12 Shepherd W, 33-13 California State (PA) L, 12-39 1948 - Coach: Squibb Wilson 3-4-1 .438 Glenville W, 19-7 WV Tech L, 3-6 Bethany W, 27-7 WVU Freshman L, 7-12 WV Wesleyan L, 14-20 Concord W, 18-13 Shepherd T, 7-7 Salem L, 6-7 1949 - Coach: Squibb Wilson 3-4-1 .438 Glenville W, 13-0 WV Tech L, 7-33 WVU Freshman W, 19-0 West Liberty L, 6-47 WV Wesleyan W, 27-0 Concord L, 7-13 Shepherd L, 0-18 Salem T, 13-13 1950 - Coach: Squibb Wilson 4-4-0 .500 Glenville W, 13-7 Concord W, 7-6 West Liberty L, 13-27 WVU Freshman L, 7-38 WV Wesleyan W, 35-20 Davis & Elkins W, 21-12 Shepherd L, 0-7 Salem L, 6-7 1951 - Coach: Squibb Wilson 4-2-0 .667 West Liberty L, 0-6 Glenville W, 20-0 Concord W, 37-0 Davis & Elkins W, 19-0 WV Tech L, 6-19 Salem W, 45-0 1952 - Coach: Deacon Duvall WVIAC Champs 6-0-0 1.000 Concord W, 21-19 California State (PA) W, 7-0 Glenville W, 26-6 West Liberty W, 33-13 Salem W, 32-7 Davis & Elkins W, 25-6

1953 - Coach: Deacon Duvall 5-2-0 .714 Morris Harvey L, 6-14 Glenville W, 18-13 West Liberty L, 7-20 Concord W, 36-0 Salem W, 19-6 California State (PA) W, 20-13 WV Wesleyan W, 20-7 1954 - Coach: Deacon Duvall 3-5-0 .375 Shepherd L, 6-14 Glenville W, 6-0 WV Wesleyan L, 6-12 Salem L, 7-12 West Liberty W, 6-0 Concord L, 0-19 WV Tech L, 14-42 Potomac State W, 19-13 1955 - Coach: Deacon Duvall 6-3-0 .667 Shepherd L, 6-26 Davis & Elkins W, 12-6 Glenville W, 20-6 WV Wesleyan W, 12-6 Concord L, 0-19 Salem W, 7-0 West Liberty W, 14-0 WV Tech W, 16-7 Potomac State L, 7-37 1956 - Coach: Deacon Duvall 7-1-0 .875 Shepherd W, 2-0 Davis & Elkins W, 33-6 Glenville W, 25-6 WV Wesleyan W, 28-7 Concord W, 27-0 Salem W, 27-6 West Liberty L, 7-20 Potomac State W, 14-6 1957 - Coach: Deacon Duvall WVIAC Champs 7-0-0 1.000 Shepherd W, 15-14 Glenville W, 32-13 WV Wesleyan W, 19-0 Concord W, 20-0 Salem W, 27-0 West Liberty W, 13-9 Potomac State W, 21-6 1958 - Coach: Deacon Duvall 5-2-1 .688 Shepherd T, 7-7 Davis & Elkins W, 19-0 WV Wesleyan W, 31-6 Concord W, 27-7 Salem W, 26-7 WV Tech L, 0-23 Glenville L, 6-18 West Liberty W, 20-13

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1963 - Coach: Deacon Duvall 3-5-0 .375 Shepherd L, 19-26 Hillsdale (MI) L, 20-31 WV Wesleyan L, 12-31 Concord W, 39-18 Salem W, 26-13 WV Tech L, 6-20 Glenville W, 14-13 West Liberty L, 7-22 1964 - Coach: Deacon Duvall WVIAC Champs 8-1-0 .889 Shepherd W, 7-0 Glenville W, 19-12 WV Wesleyan W, 20-14 Concord W, 19-12 Salem W, 14-6 WV Tech W, 40-14 Bethany L, 0-19

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1970 - Coach: Deacon Duvall 4-6-0 .400 WV Wesleyan W, 16-0 Waynesburg (PA) W, 21-0 Quantico Marines L, 14-38 Glenville L, 21-22 Salem L, 9-20 Morehead State (KY) L, 7-27 Concord W, 40-12 West Liberty L, 3-10 Eastern Illinois W, 35-12 WV State L, 3-9

1975 - Coach: Bill Kerr 6-4-0 .600 Shepherd W, 26-7 Bluefield State W, 34-8 Edinboro State (PA) W, 20-0 WV Wesleyan W, 34-0 WV State L, 14-21 Glenville W, 48-6 Salem L, 10-23 Ashland (OH) L, 13-22 Concord W, 35-13 West Liberty L, 7-31

1980 - Coach: Dave Ritchie 6-3-1 .650 at Wofford L, 21-45 at Glenville State W, 24-17 at Salem L, 16-19 WV WESLEYAN W, 22-3 at Concord L, 22-41 WV STATE W, 18-6 WV TECH W, 10-7 at Bluefield State W, 16-7 at Shepherd T, 20-20 WEST LIBERTY W, 20-19

1985 - Coach: Wally Hood 7-3-0 .700 at Clarion L, 2-7 WAYNESBURG W, 42-0 CONCORD L, 0-8 at WV State W, 30-12 at WV Tech W, 35-3 GLENVILLE STATE W, 49-0 SHEPHERD W, 44-17 at West Liberty W, 43-12 SALEM L, 24-43 at Edinboro W, 20-16

1971 - Coach: Deacon Duvall 7-3-0 .700 Waynesburg W, 20-0 WV Wesleyan W, 42-0 WV State W, 35-22 Glenville W, 33-23 Salem W, 7-3 Morehead State (KY) L, 22-51 Concord W, 17-12 West Liberty L, 20-21 Hillsdale (MI) W, 42-29 Carson-Newman L, 3-54

1976 - Coach: Bill Kerr 4-6-0 .400 Bluefield State W, 7-6 Edinboro State (PA) W, 21-17 WV Wesleyan W, 20-13 WV State L, 17-20 Glenville L, 6-7 Salem L, 7-25 Ashland (OH) L, 7-30 Concord W, 10-6 Shepherd L, 7-10 West Liberty L, 13-19

1986 - Coach: Wally Hood 6-4-0 .600 CLARION L, 0-14 at Waynesburg W, 55-7 at Concord W, 37-23 WV STATE W, 38-0 WV TECH L, 21-25 at Glenville State W, 37-0 at Shepherd L, 0-3 WEST LIBERTY W, 62-30 at Salem W, 7-2 EDINBORO L, 33-57

1972 - Coach: Bill Kerr 2-7-0 .222 Waynesburg (PA) W, 28-19 WV Wesleyan W, 35-15 WV State L, 7-33 Glenville L, 6-13 Salem L, 0-6 Concord L, 23-26 West Liberty L, 7-45 Hillsdale (MI) L, 16-41 Ashland (OH) L, 3-46

1977 - Coach: Bill Kerr 4-5-0 .444 Bluefield State L, 2-10 Edinboro State (PA) W, 7-6 WV Wesleyan L, 6-10 WV State W, 24-0 Glenville W, 34-7 Salem L, 3-21 Concord W, 21-17 Shepherd L, 24-31 West Liberty L, 14-22

1981 - Coach: Dave Ritchie WVIAC Champs 9-2-0 .818 EDINBORO W, 13-6 GLENVILLE STATE W, 35-0 SALEM W, 20-14 at WV Wesleyan W, 55-20 CONCORD W, 31-14 at WV State W, 26-21 at WV Tech L, 13-17 CENTRAL STATE W, 23-14 SHEPHERD W, 36-23 at West Liberty W, 27-19 Hillsdale (MI)* L, 7-12 *NAIA Playoff Game

1973 - Coach: Bill Kerr WVIAC Champs 6-3-1 .650 Edinboro State (PA) T, 0-0 WV Wesleyan W, 17-7 WV State L, 7-28 Glenville L, 7-10 Salem W, 21-20 Concord W, 17-0 Morehead S. (KY) L, 7-42 Bluefield State W, 10-0 West Liberty W, 41-21 Glenville* W, 21-7 *Shrine Bowl Game 1974 - Coach: Bill Kerr WVIAC Champs 7-4-0 .636 Shepherd W, 7-0 Bluefield State W, 34-14 Edinboro State (PA) L, 7-12 WV Wesleyan W, 13-7 WV State W, 34-12 Glenville L, 7-27 Salem W, 24-15 Ashland (OH) L, 7-28 Concord* L, 15-22 West Liberty W, 17-7 Concord* W, 20-6 *Shrine Bowl Game

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1982 - Coach: Dave Ritchie 6-3-0 .667 CLARION L, 12-24 at Salem W, 29-6 WV WESLEYAN W, 53-21 at Concord W, 20-13 WV STATE W, 25-21 WV TECH L, 13-24 at Glenville State W, 17-16 at Shepherd L, 3-35 WEST LIBERTY W, 23-10 1983 - Coach: Larry McDaniel 2-7-1 .250 at Clarion L, 17-21 at Waynesburg L, 13-14 SALEM W, 50-35 at WV Wesleyan L, 3-10 CONCORD L, 16-30 at WV State W, 20-14 at WV Tech L, 12-17 GLENVILLE STATE L, 6-24 SHEPHERD L, 6-28 at West Liberty T, 16-16 1984 - Coach: Wally Hood 5-5-0 .500 CLARION L, 13-21 at Waynesburg W, 37-12 at Salem L, 21-28 WV WESLEYAN W, 31-14 at Concord L, 14-28 WV STATE W, 39-14 WV TECH W, 43-14 at Glenville L, 16-20 at Shepherd L, 25-48 WEST LIBERTY W, 27-2

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1987 - Coach: Wally Hood 7-3-0 .700 at Clarion W, 14-8 CARSON-NEWMAN L, 21-42 CONCORD L, 3-13 at WV State* W, 24-27 at WV Tech W, 21-15 GLENVILLE STATE W, 42-17 SHEPHERD W, 30-14 at West Liberty L, 0-7 SALEM W, 51-22 at St. Joseph’s W, 42-36 *Forfeit Win 1988 - Coach: Wally Hood WVIAC Champs 7-2-2 .727 at Carson-Newman L, 12-17 CLARION W, 26-25 at Concord T, 3-3 WV STATE T, 21-21 WV TECH W, 48-25 at Glenville State W, 28-0 at Shepherd W, 10-3 WEST LIBERTY W, 28-17 at Salem W, 25-3 CALIFORNIA UNIV. W, 58-45 at Hillsdale (MI)* L, 7-42 * NAIA Playoff Game 1989 - Coach: Wally Hood 4-6-0 .400 CARSON-NEWMAN L, 0-44 at Clarion W, 51-38 CONCORD L, 0-14 at WV State L, 7-21 at WV Tech L, 21-40 GLENVILLE STATE W, 35-14 SHEPHERD W, 23-22 at West Liberty L, 14-27 BOWIE STATE W, 24-10 at California Univ. L, 33-49

Fighting Falcons 1990 - Coach: Wally Hood 5-4-1 .550 at Carson-Newman L, 18-49 CLARION L, 14-31 at Slippery Rock W, 23-12 at Concord L, 10-19 WV STATE W, 35-12 WV TECH W, 29-25 at Glenville State W, 38-20 at Shepherd T, 7-7 WEST LIBERTY W, 18-0 EDINBORO L, 13-20 1991 - Coach: Wally Hood 1-8-1 .150 at Clarion L, 21-24 SLIPPERY ROCK L, 7-32 at WV Tech* W, 17-19 WV WESLEYAN L, 0-3 CONCORD L, 16-21 GLENVILLE STATE L, 34-44 at WV State L, 25-27 at West Liberty T, 10-10 SHEPHERD L, 16-33 at Edinboro L, 21-31 *Forfeit Win 1992 - Coach: Doug Sams 4-6-0 .400 PRESBYTERIAN W, 12-10 at Slippery Rock L, 0-24 CALIFORNIA UNIV. L, 7-14 at WV Wesleyan W, 16-14 at Concord L, 12-24 WV STATE L, 14-40 WV TECH W, 40-26 at Glenville State L, 13-34 at Shepherd L, 14-24 WEST LIBERTY W, 12-10 1993 - Coach: Doug Sams 3-7-0 .300 at Presbyterian W, 20-17 SLIPPERY ROCK L, 6-42 at California Univ. L, 16-31 WV WESLEYAN L, 7-11 CONCORD L, 15-19 at WV State W, 37-20 at WV Tech W, 48-6 GLENVILLE STATE L, 7-33 SHEPHERD L, 15-21 at West Liberty L, 0-23 1994 - Coach: Doug Sams 3-7-0 .300 CALIFORNIA UNIV. L, 37-53 at Clarion L, 19-29 at WV Wesleyan L, 18-42 at Concord W, 20-15 WV STATE W, 50-12 WV TECH W, 33-24 GLENVILLE STATE L, 15-36 at Shepherd L, 9-26 WEST LIBERTY L, 19-38 TIFFIN L, 28-39 1995 - Coach: Doug Sams 6-4-0 .600 at California Univ. L, 26-28 CLARION L, 13-48 CONCORD W, 55-6

at WV State W, 46-32 at WV Tech W, 43-27 GLENVILLE STATE L, 6-28 SHEPHERD W, 36-29 at West Liberty L, 28-35 WV WESLEYAN W, 48-24 at Tiffin W, 9-6 1996 - Coach: Doug Sams WVIAC CHAMPS 6-4-0 .600 INDIANA (PA) L, 20-24 CALIFORNIA UNIV. L, 26-28 at Slippery Rock L, 21-34 at Concord W, 41-27 WV STATE W, 48-14 WV TECH W, 67-0 at Glenville State L, 33-34 at Shepherd W, 27-26 WEST LIBERTY W, 33-30 at WV Wesleyan W, 20-7 1997 - Coach: Doug Sams 5-6-0 .455 at Indiana (PA) W, 30-29 CALIFORNIA UNIV. W, 16-14 SLIPPERY ROCK L, 14-42 SAGINAW VALLEY L, 7-56 at WV State L, 28-33 at WV Tech W, 52-0 GLENVILLE STATE L, 14-23 SHEPHERD L, 27-39 at West Liberty W, 48-15 at WV Wesleyan L, 0-31 CONCORD W, 50-15 1998 - Coach: Doug Sams 5-5-0 .500 at Saginaw Valley L, 8-23 CALIFORNIA UNIV. L, 20-26 at Slippery Rock L, 7-52 WV STATE W, 24-6 WVU-TECH W, 57-20 at Glenville State W, 14-0 at Shepherd L, 16-19 WEST LIBERTY W, 27-15 WV WESLEYAN L, 28-33 at Concord W, 50-21 1999 - Coach: Doug Sams 8-2-0 .800 CAMPBELLSVILLE W, 43-7 at California Univ. W, 51-49 (3ot) SLIPPERY ROCK L, 10-34 at WVU-Tech W, 37-24 GLENVILLE STATE W, 49-19 SHEPHERD L, 7-42 at West Liberty W, 29-19 at WV Wesleyan W, 55-26 CONCORD W, 34-13 WV State W, 31-20 2000 - Coach: Doug Sams WVIAC CHAMPS 7-3-0 .700 at Campbellsville W, 35-27 CALIFORNIA UNIV. L, 14-31 at Slippery Rock L, 3-40 WVU-TECH L, 27-34 at Glenville State W, 33- 9 at Shepherd W, 25-23

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WEST LIBERTY W, 34- 0 WV WESLEYAN W, 31-17 at Concord W, 51-21 WV STATE W, 28-21 2001 - Coach: Doug Sams 6-3-0 .667 FAIRFIELD W, 20-13 at California Univ. L, 14-34 GLENVILLE STATE L, 24-28 SHEPHERD L, 24-30 (ot) at West Liberty W, 45-27 at WV Wesleyan W, 27-17 CONCORD W, 70-20 at WV State W, 49-14 at WVU-Tech W, 38-35 2002 - Coach: Rusty Elliott 3-7-0 .300 at Fairfield W, 24-20 CALIFORNIA UNIV. L, 6-14 at Slippery Rock L, 0-45 at Glenville State L, 23-49 at Shepherd L, 7-27 WEST LIBERTY L, 14-22 WV WESLEYAN L, 7-28 at Concord L, 13-14 WV STATE W, 40-20 WVU-TECH W, 20-17 2003 - Coach: Rusty Elliott 4-6-0 .400 CHARLESTON W, 32-10 at California Univ. L, 12-42 SLIPPERY ROCK L, 14-35 SHEPHERD L, 0-28 at West Liberty W, 26-16 at WV Wesleyan L, 21-45 CONCORD W, 26- 7 at WV State W, 13-10 (ot) at WVU-Tech L, 14-27 GLENVILLE STATE L, 39-56 2004 - Coach: Rusty Elliott 5-5-0 .500 at Charleston W, 38-24 CALIFORNIA UNIV. L, 15-35 at Slippery Rock L, 14-49 at Shepherd L, 24-40 WEST LIBERTY W, 51- 9 WV WESLEYAN L, 14-21 at Concord L, 19-23 WV STATE W, 44-22 WVU-TECH W, 30- 0 at Glenville State W, 48-20 2005 - Coach: Rusty Elliott 4-6-0 .400 at California Univ. L, 6-42 BLOOMSBURG L, 0-33 CONCORD W, 34-7 at WV State W, 52-0 SHEPHERD L, 11-14 GLENVILLE STATE L, 3-24 WEST LIBERTY L, 15-27 CHARLESTON L, 5-30 vs. WV Wesleyan W, 55-14 at WVU-Tech W, 34-3 2006 - Coach: Rusty Elliott 4-7-0 .363 at California Univ. L, 9-26

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at North Greenville L, 7-28 at Concord L, 10-13 (ot) WV State W, 14-0 at Shepherd L, 0-20 at Glenville State L, 14-16 WEST LIBERTY L, 20-27 at Charleston W, 27-13 ST. JOSEPH’S L, 11-19 (6ot) WV WESLEYAN W, 20-3 WEBBER INT’L W, 30-13 2007 - Coach: Mike Lopez 6-5-0 .545 at The Apprentice School W, 3-0 NORTH GREENVILLE W, 21-17 at WV State L, 7-14 SHEPHERD L, 10-31 GLENVILLE STATE L, 21-31 at West Liberty L, 0-20 CHARLESTON L, 9-35 CLARION W, 21-14 at WV Wesleyan W, 24-0 at Seton Hill W, 47-20 CONCORD W, 17-0 2008 – Coach: Mike Lopez 5-6-0 .454 at Clarion W, 23-20 LAKE ERIE COLLEGE W, 34-21 WV STATE L, 20-21 at Shepherd W, 46-42 at Glenville State L, 13-23 WEST LIBERTY L, 13-20 at Charleston L, 7-21 at St. Joseph’s L, 14-38 WV WESLEYAN W, 31-0 SETON HILL L, 38-41 at Concord W, 27-8 2009 – Coach: Mike Lopez 3-8-0 .272 CLARION L, 21-33 at Lake Erie L, 24-27 (ot) SHEPHERD L, 14-27 GLENVILLE STATE W, 50-37 at West Liberty L, 9-35 CHARLESTON L, 7-37 UNC PEMBROKE L, 7-38 at WV Wesleyan W, 21-17 at Seton Hill W, 34-13 CONCORD L, 9-15 at WV State L, 19-27 2010 – Coach: Mike Lopez 5-6 .454 at Clarion W, 27-16 NOTRE DAME COLL W, 38-0 at Shepherd L, 16-19 at Glenville State L, 14-17 (ot) WEST LIBERTY L, 23-43 at Charleston L, 27-35 at UNC Pembroke L, 0-24 WV WESLEYAN W, 45-14 SETON HILL W, 44-29 at Concord L, 17-41 WV STATE W, 63-38 The Falcons have totaled 428 wins; 368 losses; 44 ties in their 96-year history. This is a winning percentage of 53.6%.

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Year School W 1925 Marshall 3 1926 WV Wesleyan 4 1927 West Liberty 4 1928 Marshall 5 1929 WV Tech 5 1930 West Liberty 4 1931 Marshall 4 1932 FAIRMONT STATE 4 1933 Davis & Elkins 5 1934 FAIRMONT STATE 5 1935 WV Wesleyan 4 1936 West Liberty 6 1937 Glenville State 4 Potomac State 4 1938 Morris Harvey 7 1939 West Liberty 5 1940 West Liberty 4 1941 West Liberty 6 1942 Morris Harvey 4 1943 World War II 1944 World War II 1945 World War II 1946 West Liberty 4 1947 Potomac State 7 1948 Morris Harvey 3 1949 WV Tech 8 1950 Morris Harvey 5 Potomac State 4 West Liberty 5 1951 Morris Harvey 4 1952 FAIRMONT STATE 5 1953 Morris Harvey 4 1954 Morris Harvey 4 1955 Shepherd 4

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1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 130.0 125.0 117.5 132.5 125.0

Year School W 1956 West Liberty 5 1957 FAIRMONT STATE 7 1958 Glenville State 6 1959 FAIRMONT STATE 8 1960 FAIRMONT STATE 7 1961 WV Wesleyan 4 1962 Concord 6 1963 West Liberty 6 1964 FAIRMONT STATE 7 1965 FAIRMONT STATE 7 1966 Concord 6 1967 FAIRMONT STATE 7 1968 WV State 5 1969 FAIRMONT STATE 6 1970 West Liberty 7 1971 West Liberty 7 1972 Shepherd 5 1973 FAIRMONT STATE 6 1974 FAIRMONT STATE 7 1975 Salem 9 1976 Concord 6 1977 Concord 8 1978 Concord 8 1979 FAIRMONT STATE 7 West Liberty 7 1980 Concord 9 1981 FAIRMONT STATE 7 Concord 7 1982 Shepherd 7 1983 Shepherd 8 1984 Salem 7 Concord 7 1985 Salem 6 1986 Shepherd 7

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Year School W L T Pct. 1987 Concord* 7 0 0 1.000 1988 FAIRMONT STATE 5 0 2 .857 Shepherd 6 1 0 .857 1989 Concord 5 0 1 .917 WV Tech 5 0 1 .917 1990 Concord 5 1 0 .833 1991 Shepherd 7 0 0 1.000 1992 Shepherd 7 0 0 1.000 1993 Glenville State 6 1 0 .857 1994 Glenville State 5 1 0 .833 1995 Glenville State 6 1 0 .857 WV Wesleyan 6 1 0 .857 1996 FAIRMONT STATE 6 1 0 .857 Glenville State 6 1 0 .857 1997 Glenville State 6 1 0 .857 Shepherd 6 1 0 .857 1998 Shepherd 7 0 0 1.000 1999 Shepherd 7 0 0 1.000 2000 FAIRMONT STATE 6 1 0 .857 West Liberty State 6 1 0 .857 2001 Glenville State 6 1 0 .857 2002 WV Wesleyan 6 1 0 .857 2003 WV Wesleyan 7 0 0 1.000 2004 Shepherd 7 0 0 1.000 2005 Shepherd 8 0 0 1.000 2006 Shepherd 7 0 0 1.000 2007 Shepherd 7 1 0 .875 2008 Glenville State 7 1 0 .875 2009 West Liberty 8 0 0 1.000 2010 Shepherd 7 1 0 .875 *includes forfeit win Ratings began in 1951 Divisional Playoffs began in 1973

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Year -by-Year Year Coach W L T 1908 Turk Linn 4 1 1 1909 Turk Linn 4 2 1 1910 Turk Linn 1 1 2 1911 Elmer Bailey 3 2 1 1912 Ernest Bell 3 4 1 1913 Ernest Bell 3 3 1 1914 No Team 1915 Ernest Bell 4 2 1 1916 Ernest Bell 2 4 1 1917 Ernest Bell 1 4 0 1918 No Team 1919 No Team 1920 No Team 1921 Arthur Garrett 2 6 0 1922 Richard Hamil 1 5 1 1923 Richard Hamil 1 5 1 1924 Jasper Colebank 3 2 2 1925 Jasper Colebank 5 1 2 1926 Jasper Colebank 1 6 0 1927 Jasper Colebank 0 5 3 1928 Jasper Colebank 1 5 1 1929 Jasper Colebank 2 6 0 1930 Jasper Colebank 0 5 2 1931 Jasper Colebank 1 7 0 1932 Jasper Colebank 5 2 1 1933 Frank Ice 6 1 0 1934 Jasper Colebank 6 2 0 1935 Jasper Colebank 2 6 0 1936 Jasper Colebank 1 6 1 1937 Jasper Colebank 1 6 1 1938 Jasper Colebank 1 4 2 1939 Jasper Colebank 2 6 0 1940 Squibb Wilson 4 3 1 1941 Squibb Wilson 5 2 0 1942 Squibb Wilson 3 4 0 1943 No Team 1944 No Team 1945 Sam Kistler 3 1 1 1946 Squibb Wilson 4 3 1 1947 Squibb Wilson 4 3 1 1948 Squibb Wilson 3 4 1 1949 Squibb Wilson 3 4 1 1950 Squibb Wilson 4 4 0 1951 Squibb Wilson 4 2 0 1952 Deacon Duvall 6 0 0 1953 Deacon Duvall 5 2 0 1954 Deacon Duvall 3 5 0 1955 Deacon Duvall 6 3 0 1956 Deacon Duvall 7 1 0 1957 Deacon Duvall 7 0 0 1958 Deacon Duvall 5 2 1 1959 Deacon Duvall 9 0 0 1960 Deacon Duvall 8 1 0 1961 Deacon Duvall 4 5 0 1962 Deacon Duvall 3 3 2 1963 Deacon Duvall 3 5 0 1964 Deacon Duvall 8 1 0 1965 Deacon Duvall 8 1 0 1966 Deacon Duvall 7 1 0 1967 Deacon Duvall 11 0 0 1968 Deacon Duvall 6 2 0

Year Coach W L T 1969 Deacon Duvall 8 1 0 1970 Deacon Duvall 4 6 0 1971 Deacon Duvall 7 3 0 1972 Bill Kerr 2 7 0 1973 Bill Kerr 6 3 1 1974 Bill Kerr 7 4 0 1975 Bill Kerr 6 4 0 1976 Bill Kerr 4 6 0 1977 Bill Kerr 4 5 0 1978 Dave Ritchie 5 4 1 1979 Dave Ritchie 9 1 1 1980 Dave Ritchie 6 3 1 1981 Dave Ritchie 9 2 0 1982 Dave Ritchie 6 3 0 1983 Larry McDaniel 2 7 1 1984 Wally Hood 5 5 0 1985 Wally Hood 7 3 0 1986 Wally Hood 6 4 0 1987 Wally Hood 7 3 0 1988 Wally Hood 7 2 2 1989 Wally Hood 4 6 0 1990 Wally Hood 5 4 1 1991 Wally Hood 1 8 1 1992 Doug Sams 4 6 0 1993 Doug Sams 3 7 0 1994 Doug Sams 3 7 0 1995 Doug Sams 6 4 0 1996 Doug Sams 6 4 0 1997 Doug Sams 5 6 0 1998 Doug Sams 5 5 0 1999 Doug Sams 8 2 0

Year Coach W L T 2000 Doug Sams 7 3 0 2001 Doug Sams 6 3 0 2002 Rusty Elliott 3 7 0 2003 Rusty Elliott 4 6 0 2004 Rusty Elliott 5 5 0 2005 Rusty Elliott 4 6 0

Year Coach W L T 2006 Rusty Elliott 4 7 0 22007 Mike Lopez 6 5 0 22008 Mike Lopez 5 6 0 22009 Mike Lopez 3 8 0 22010 Mike Lopez 5 6 0 Totals 428 368 44

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W L T Pct. W L T Pct. Turk Linn - (1908-1910) 9 4 4 .692 3 4 1 .437 Elmer Bailey (1911) 3 2 1 .600 1 1 1 .500 Ernest Bell (1912-1917) 13 17 4 .433 5 11 1 .324 Arthur Garrett (1921) 2 6 0 .250 0 3 1 .125 Richard Hamil (1922-1923) 2 10 2 .167 1 5 2 .250 Jasper Colebank (1924-1932, 1934-1939) 31 69 15 .310 24 55 9 .324 Frank Ice (1933) 6 1 0 .857 3 1 0 .750 ”Squibb’’ Wilson (1940-1942, 1946-1951) 34 29 5 .540 30 23 4 .561 Sam Kistler (1945) 3 1 1 .750 2 0 0 1.000 H.”Deacon’’ Duvall (1952-1971) 125 42 3 .749 106 32 3 .763 William Kerr (1972-1977) 29 29 1 .500 26 21 0 .553 Dave Ritchie (1978-1982) 35 13 3 .729 31 10 2 .744 Larry McDaniel (1983) 2 7 1 .222 2 5 1 .312 Wally Hood (1984-1991) 42 35 4 .543 31 21 4 .589 Doug Sams (1992-2001) 53 47 0 .530 42 26 0 .618 Rusty Elliott (2002-2006) 20 31 0 .392 16 20 0 .444 Mike Lopez (2007-present) 19 25 0 .431 12 22 0 .352 Totals 428 368 44 .536 337 260 29 .561

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As a Marion County native and a Fairmont State graduate, no one embodies the passion of Falcon athletics like Rusty Elliott. Elliott, who has been associated with Fairmont State for nearly three decades, was named athletic director in August of 2007. Last season, Fairmont State continued its excellence both on and off the field. Once again, FSU boasted the highest grade-point average among student-athletes in the state of West Virginia at a staggering 76 percent. In addition, Fairmont State’s fundraising and sponsorship dollars have continued to grow in support of increased scholarship dollars for athletics. In the Spring of 2011, Elliott traveled to Indianapolis to accept an award for the best community engagement initiative in the country for the school’s “Put Your Best Fairmont Forward” idea that helped attract nearly 6,000 fans for Fairmont State’s nationally televised game against West Liberty and helped collect books and canned food for the community. In 2009-10, three Fairmont State teams advanced to NCAA Championships in historic fashion. The men’s and women’s basketball teams made it to the NCAA Tournament in the same year for the first time in school history, and the softball team earned its first-ever NCAA Tournament bid. In addition to the on-field accomplishments, the NCAA released its graduation rate in January 2010 and Fairmont State’s student-athletes boasted the top graduation rate of any school in the state of West Virginia. In the spring of 2010, the FSU athletic department was recognized as the WVIAC winner in the NCAA Division II’s Community Engagement Initiative. In 2008, Elliott oversaw an athletic department that saw Fairmont State finish third in the WVIAC President’s Cup. The men’s golf team once again captured a WVIAC title and advanced to the NCAA Championships, the men’s basketball team recorded 20 wins, the softball team set a school record for conference victories and finished runner-up in the league and the baseball team captured the WVIAC Central Division championship. In addition to the athletic successes, Fairmont State student-athletes had

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unprecedented success in the classroom as the cumulative GPA for all student-athletes was 2.99. He also oversaw major improvements to the basketball arena with the installation of a state-ofthe-art scoreboard and renovations to the Feaster Center as Fairmont State continues its commitment to a superior student-athlete experience. In his first year as athletic director, Fairmont State won a pair of conference championships in women’s basketball and men’s golf, with each of those teams advancing to the NCAA Tournament. The football team, playing its first season on a brand-new playing surface, finished with a winning record and the men’s basketball team finished with 19 victories. Elliott guided the football program for five years before accepting the athletic director’s position. In his last season as head football coach he landed six players on the All-WVIAC first team – tied for most in the league. The Falcons closed the season strong down the stretch, winning three of their last four. In his five seasons, Elliott’s players earned first team all-conference honors 29 times. Elliott spent 15 seasons as an assistant coach for the Falcons from 1986-2000, spanning the tenures of Wally Hood and Doug Sams. In his first two seasons, he served as the wide receivers coach before being promoted to offensive coordinator in 1988. That season, the Falcons were the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) champions and advanced to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) playoffs. He remained offensive coordinator for the next four seasons. From 1994-2000, Elliott coordinated the Falcons’ defensive and recruiting efforts under Sams. The Falcons won two WVIAC championships (1996 and 2000) during those seven years. The Falcons were conference runners-up in 1986, 1987 and 2005. Elliott served as the skill development coach for Rich Rodriguez at West Virginia University during the 2001 football season before taking over the helm of the Fairmont State program in the spring of 2002. “This is home and this is definitely the place I want to be,” Elliott says. “I want to be part of the development of this school, this community and this county. That’s a big part of my life, and I want to make this athletic program and this school a really positive thing for the community.” Elliott also served as a temporary instructor in the School of Health and Human Performance and had done so for 11 years at Fairmont State. Elliott received his bachelor’s degree from Fairmont State in 1979 and obtained his master’s degree from WVU in 1988. He taught and was an assistant football

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1977-79 Student-Athlete

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Two WVIAC Championships & NCAA Tournament Appearances (Women’s Basketball, Men’s Golf)

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WVIAC Championship (Men’s Golf), WVIAC Central Title (Baseball), Third In WVIAC President’s Cup

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NCAA Community Engagement National Winner, HIghest student-athlete GPA in the state of WV, six teams with winning records.

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Raymond Bonnett was named associate athletic director in January 2005. The Fairmont State graduate also serves as director of NCAA compliance and is in charge of facilities and transportation for Falcon athletics. In addition, Bonnett is the secretary of the Fairmont State Athletic Association, is a voting member of the Fairmont State Hall of Fame committee and is a board member of the Wesley Foundation, as well as a member of several other campus and community committees. He was first appointed to the compliance position in 1992 as Fairmont prepared to transition to NCAA Division II (from NAIA). In addition to his duties, Bonnett served as head baseball coach for 10 seasons leading his teams to eight WVIAC playoff appearances during that time. He is a proud Vietnam veteran after serving a four-year stint as a paratrooper in the 101st and 82nd airborne. Following his service, Bonnett enrolled at Fairmont State where he lettered one year in football and two in baseball. He captained the baseball team both seasons. Bonnett and his wife Judy each received degrees from Fairmont State. Bonnett also holds a master’s degree from West Virginia University in teaching education. Bonnett and his wife have four daughters, Sara, Tonya Dawn, Karrie Ann and Cassi Rae, and a son, Nicholas Tyler.

Kristi Kiefer Senior Woman Administrator/Student Athlete Advisory Committee Advisor Kristi Kiefer has been employed by Fairmont State for 18 years as an assistant professor in the Health and Human Performance department. In the fall of 2004, Kiefer took on the roles of senior woman administrator and advisor for the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. The SAAC deals with issues for current student-athletes while also serving as a valuable component for community outreach for the athletic department.

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Kiefer received a bachelor’s degree from Fairmont State. As a student, she was also a cheerleader. She went on to receive a master’s degree from West Virginia University in Physical Education-Teacher Education with an emphasis in Motor Development. Kiefer has also spent 10 years spanning two stints as head coach of the cheerleading team. As a coach, Kiefer helped Fairmont State to its first national championship in cheerleading in 1995. In 2008-09, she returned to her coaching role as Fairmont State made cheerleading a varsity sport. Fairmont State finished second in the nation in the inaugural season, and in 2010 added another national championship by winning in the All-Girl Division II category. She has been at the forefront to help the sport of competitive cheer transition to acrobatics and tumbling in an effort for the sport to be recognized by the NCAA and garner emerging sport status. Last year under Kiefer, Fairmont State competed in the inaugural season of the National Collegiate Acrobatic and Tumbling Association (NCATA). Fairmont State was able to boast the NCATA Freshman of the Year and walked away with a national championship in a tumbling heat at the national championships in Eugene, Ore. Kiefer and her husband Jim reside in Bridgeport and are the parents of three children, Kash, Kylie, and Koby.

Adam Zundell Director of Athletic Media Relations

In 2009-10, the Fairmont State football media guide was rated third-best in the country by CoSIDA. In addition, Zundell helped coordinate the award-winning community engagement initiative that was best in the WVIAC and among the top 18 in the country. Last year, his women’s basketball media guide was rated as the fourth-best book in the country. In addition, his leadership helped Fairmont State’s community engagement initiative (“Put Your Best Fairmont Forward”) be recognized as the best in the country by the NCAA. Prior to coming to FSU, Zundell was an assistant media relations director for three years at the University of Maryland. At Maryland, he was the primary media relations liaison for men’s soccer, wrestling and women’s lacrosse. He received national awards from CoSIDA and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) for publications and articles he generated. He has worked with ESPN.com, CollegeSoccerNews. com and TopDrawerSoccer.com as a college soccer reporter since 2004. Before working at Maryland, Zundell worked in the sports communications office at West Virginia University while pursuing a master’s degree in public relations/integrated marketing communication. At WVU, he worked with men’s soccer, wrestling and baseball, providing coverage of home and away contests and managing gameday activities. The Fairmont native earned his bachelor’s degree from Wheeling Jesuit where he was a fourtime All-WVIAC and three-time NCAA Division II Academic All-America performer in cross country, in addition to winning three individual conference titles in track. Zundell and his wife Kelly are the parents of Drew (5), Tyler (3) and Cara (six months).

Adam Zundell begins his sixth season as Fairmont State’s Director of Athletic Media Relations. At Fairmont State, Zundell is responsible for providing information and news to the media and fans for all 15 varsity sports. Since his arrival in 2006, he has helped increase traffic at the official athletic website, fightingfalcons.com, and helped Fairmont State become a league leader in providing audio and video for a variety of Fighting Falcon sports on the internet. Zundell has also been involved in marketing initiatives that have helped increase attendance and create new revenue opportunities. In 2008-09, the men’s and women’s basketball media guides were ranked among the top 20 in the country by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

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Dr. Donald Moroose serves as the Faculty Athletic Representative for the Fairmont State Athletic Department. Moroose works with the athletic department to help maintain academic integrity, institutional control, student-athlete well being. Moroose graduated from Fairmont State in 1965 and received his doctorate in education at West Virginia University. He is beginning his 38th year as an employee of Fairmont State. He currently is a Professor of Education, Senior Level, teaching mainly graduate-level courses. Moroose is involved with the growth of the graduate school for teachers and developing master’s degrees in the School of Education. He is a member of the Fairmont State Athletic Association and has helped to raise money for the Athletic Department for nearly 25 years. He is married with two children and five grandchildren.

Mike Rogers Equipment Technician

Mike Rogers serves as the equipment technician for Falcon athletics and has worked at Fairmont State since the 1971 football season. Rogers also officiates local high school football, basketball, baseball, and softball.  As a Fairmont State student, Rogers played and lettered at quarterback for the Falcons. Rogers is a resident of Rivesville.

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Donna Trickett has served as the Athletic Accountant since 2003. In her role, she handles all aspects of department purchasing and travel for all 15 sports as well as athletic department staff. An alumna of Fairmont State, Trickett began working on campus in 2001 in the office of the registrar. Donna and her husband Mickey have two sons, Adam and Jared. The couple resides in Fairmont.

Dalene Horner Program Assistant

Dalene Horner serves as the Program Assistant for both the Director of Athletics and the Chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance. She is involved in all facets of planning and implementation of athletic department initiatives, including season tickets and parking; facility use and scheduling; and office maintenaince. The Fairmont State alumna began working at Fairmont State in 1994 in the office of the registrar. Dalene and her husband Skip have two daughters, Brittany, a 2008 graduate at Alderson-Broaddus, and Bridget, who is a sophomore at Fairmont State. The Horners reside in Mannington.

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Commissioner Founded in 1924, the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) rates as one of the oldest leagues at the small-college level.  The 16-member conference currently boasts the largest membership of any NCAA Division II league. The current membership includes Alderson- Broaddus College, Bluefield State College, University of Charleston, Concord University, Davis & Elkins College, Fairmont State University, Glenville State College, Ohio Valley University, Shepherd University, West Liberty State College, West Virginia State University, West Virginia Wesleyan College and Wheeling Jesuit University. The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and Seton Hill University joined the WVIAC for the 2006-07 season. Pitt Johnstown and Seton Hill are the WVIAC’s first out-ofstate members since 1932. The WVIAC moved into the NCAA Division II ranks in 1994 after a long affiliation with the NAIA. The conference was the only one in Division II to place a team in the national quarterfinals in men’s basketball, football and baseball during the 1998-99 academic year. In 2002 the WVIAC, along with two other conferences, became the first league to earn four bids to the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Championship. Commissioner Barry Blizzard, who has held the post since 1987, led the move into the NCAA. Blizzard, a native of Bramwell, West  Virginia,  previously served as the athletics director at Bluefield State. The long-time conference chief has served in a variety of national leadership positions, including a stint as president of the Division II Conference Commissioners’ Association.  He is currently the chairman of the NCAA Division II Nominating Committee. Alumni of conference members include West Virginia State’s Earl Lloyd (the first African-American to play in the National Basketball Association), Salem International’s Cecil Underwood (two-term West Virginia governor) and Wheeling Jesuit’s John Beilein (current Michigan men’s basketball coach). The conference’s basketball tournament is one of the longest-running events in collegiate hoops; the 70th annual event was held earlier this year at the Charleston Civic Center. Attendance at the WVIAC tournament ranks among the highest in Division II. The conference also boasts a 10-station radio network for the tournament. Women’s sports were incorporated into the WVIAC during the 1981-82 academic year as the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Association was absorbed.  Currently, women’s championships are offered in softball, golf, tennis, track, basketball, volleyball, cross country and soccer. Men’s championships are conducted in football, cross country, soccer, basketball, baseball, golf, tennis and track. The league was recognized by the State Journal as one of “55 Great Things About West Virginia” in the magazine’s April edition.  The WVIAC is headquartered in Princeton, W.Va.

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