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n o t S m t r ate i a F 2012 Fighting Falcon Football

Concord

Mountain Lion Stat Leaders

Rushing: Calvinaugh Jones - 188 att, 527 yds, 1 TD Record: 4-4 (3-2 WVIAC) Head Coach: Garin Justice, Passing: Evin Dusold - 27-44, 355 yds, 2TDs/0 INTs Receiving: Ansel Ponder - 39 rec., 493 yds, 3 TDs 2nd Season at CU (11-8) Defensive: Jake Lilly - 92 tckls (49 solo), 11 TFL, 2 INTs

The Game

• Fairmont State takes its modest two-game winning streak on the road this week at Concord. Kickoff from Callaghan Stadium is slated for 1 p.m. • Fans can follow the game with audio and live stats via the GameCenter powered by the Fairmont State Alumni Association on fightingfalcons.com. Fans can listen to the game live on 93.1 WFGM or 920 AM WMMN. • The Falcons are coming off a wild 54-47 win over Seton Hill last week on Homecoming. Matt Wilmer’s 19-yard touchdown reception with just over a minute remaining sealed the victory for FSU. • Concord stepped out of conference and out of division last week falling to Division I Liberty, 21-13. • FSU is looking for its first road victory of the season. The Falcons are 3-0 at home but are 0-4 away from Duvall-Rosier Field. • Fairmont State leads the all-time series between the two schools, 43-31. However, the Mountain Lions have taken the last three games in the series. • Last season, Concord used a pair of big plays in the second quarter that proved to be the difference in a 20-7 win over Fairmont State at Duvall-Rosier Field. The Mountain Lions were out-gained, 328-274, and overcame 12 penalties for 140 yards in the victory. CU would go on to win the WVIAC and earn a berth in the NCAA Division II playoffs. • FSU was victorious in its last trip to Athens in 2008, 27-8. The two teams played in Princeton, W.Va., in 2010, with Concord winning 41-17. • Head coach Mike Lopez is 2-3 against Concord. Concord............................... Statistical Category (NCAA Rank).................. Fairmont State 18.13 (136th)............................................. Scoring Offense.......................................... 25.14 (94th) 101.88 (128th).......................................... Rushing Offense........................................116.00 (115th) 196.50 (T-96th).......................................Passing Offense.........................................233.57 (65th) 298.38 (135th)............................................ Total Offense......................................... 349.57 (101st) 147.88 (80th)...........................................Rushing Defense.......................................136.86 (64th) 119.89 (64th)..........................................Pass Effic. Defense.......................................125.64 (83rd) 328.38 (32nd).............................................Total Defense......................................... 385.86 (97th) 20.00 (32nd)........................................... Scoring Defense.......................................... 28.71 (92nd) 35.31 (40th).................................................. Net Punting..............................................31.20 (119th) 9.64 (70th)................................................. Punt Returns.............................................. 15.65 (16th) 17.04 (136th)............................................. Kickoff Returns............................................ 23.86 (21st) -0.50 (T-107th)........................................Turnover Margin......................................... 0.00 (82nd) 180.50 (26th)............................................. Pass Defense........................................249.00 (120th) 116.49 (98th)............................................. Pass Efficiency...........................................115.79 (99th) 1.50 (120th).........................................................Sacks......................................................1.86 (92nd) 8.00 (28th)............................................. Tackles For A Loss..........................................6.86 (69th) 2.13 (93rd).................................................. Sacks Allowed..............................................3.71 (139th)

2012 Record

Rushing: Daniel Monroe - 109 att., 569 yds, 4TD Record: 3-4 (3-2 WVIAC) Head Coach: Mike Lopez, Passing: Bobby Vega - 130-256, 1,635 yds, 14 TDs/8 INTs 6th Season at FSU (29-33) Receiving: Matt Wilmer - 23 rec., 403 yds, 5 TDs Defensive: Garrett Davis - 42 tckls (33 solo), 3 TFL, 3 PBUs

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2012 Schedule/Results

Date Aug. 30 Sep. 6 Sep. 15 Sep. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

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Fairmont State (3-4) vs. Concord (4-4)

Opponent at Clarion at Glenville State at Bowie State WEST LIBERTY at Charleston WV WESLEYAN SETON HILL at Concord WV STATE at Shepherd

Time/Score L, 0-7 L, 21-41 L, 17-24 (OT) W, 25-20 L, 10-30 W, 49-32 W, 54-47 1 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon

Overall Record WVIAC Non-Conference Home Away

3-4 3-2 0-2 3-0 0-4

Head Coach (Year).....Mike Lopez (6th) Record at FSU..................................29-33 Off. Coord./Off. Line........... Bryan Fisher RBs/Special Teams......... Ryan Dumont Wide Receivers.....................Josh Brown Tight Ends.........................Gary Lanham Quarterbacks................ Jeremy Harmer Def. Coordinator.......... Shahram Shafii Defensive Line..................... Josh Gorrell Linebackers........................John Marano Special Teams............. Richard Iaquinta Director of Athletics.......... Rusty Elliott Athletic Trainer...................... Bob Cable Video Coordinator.......Roger Hayhurst Dir. of Ath. Comm...........Adam Zundell Office Phone.................... 304-367-4264 Cell Phone.........................304-657-0388 E-mail....azundell@fairmontstate.edu Twitter..................................... @azundell

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2012 Schedule / Results Date

Opponent

Site

Series/Result Notes

Aug. 30

Clarion Golden Eagles (4-4)

Clarion, Pa.

L, 0-7

• Game shown live on ROOT Sports Pittsburgh • FSU shutout for first time since 2010 • Falcons limited to 34 yards rushing in the game

Sept. 6

Glenville State Pioneers (4-4)

Glenville, W.Va.

L, 21-41

• Game broadcast live on WDTV • 500+ yards of total offense for GSC • 100-yard KO return for Matt Wilmer for first points of 2012 season

Sept. 15

Bowie State Bulldogs (4-4)

Bowie, Md.

L, 17-24 (OT)

• Bowie State scored 24 unanswered points in the 4th quarter and overtime • The win was BSU’s first-ever win over FSU • FSU blocked two punts, one returned for a TD

Sept. 22

West Liberty Hilltoppers (4-4)

Fairmont, W.Va.

W, 25-20

• FSU won its second-straight over WLU • Bobby Vega school-record 67 pass attempts • C.J. Goodwin 83-yard TD reception T-3rd in school history

Sept. 29

Charleston Golden Eagles (7-1)

Charleston, W.Va.

L, 10-30

• Ryland Newman 38-yd punt return for TD is the third of his career • UC scored on 3 plays of 40+ yards • UC scored games final 23 points

Oct. 13

West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats (2-6)

Fairmont, W.Va.

W, 49-32

Oct. 20

Seton Hill Griffins (0-8)

Fairmont, W.Va.

W, 54-41

Oct. 27

Concord Mountain Lions (4-4)

Athens, W.Va.

FSU 43-31-2

• CU has won 3-straight against the Falcons • Mountain Lions held FSU to under 10 points in each of last 2 trips to Athens

Nov. 3

West Virginia State (2-6)

Fairmont, W.Va.

FSU 30-13-1

• Senior Day for FSU Football • FSU has won 2-straight over WV State • Falcons scored 63 points at home vs. WVSU in 2010

Nov. 10

Shepherd Rams (6-2)

Shepherdstown, W.Va. FSU 32-30-7

• FSU scored 40 second half points in the win • Daniel Monroe with season high 147 yds & scored his first rushing TD of the year • WR Matt Wilmer career highs for catches (7), yards (163) and TDs (3) • Game shown on delay on ROOT Sports Pitts • Second most total points in Duvall-Rosier Field history • Daniel Monroe rushes for 100+ and has over 100 yards receiving

• Shepherd has won 10 of last 11 matchups • FSU has two wins at Shepherd since 1996 • Rams only team to have a player with over 100 yards rushing vs. FSU last year

Schedule Notes

• Fairmont State will play just four games at Duvall-Rosier Stadium in 2012. • The Falcons take on two non-conference opponents in Clarion and Bowie State. • FSU will play three games on television this season. The Falcons and Clarion played live on ROOT Sports to open the season on Aug. 30, and then had a live broadcast of its game against Glenville State game on Sept. 6 on WDTV. The Fairmont State-Seton Hill game will be broadcast (delay) on ROOT Sports. • All home games will be broadcast live in high definition on fightingfalcons.com. • Homecoming is slated for Oct. 20 against Seton Hill. • Fairmont State’s opponents posted a record of 52-67 in 2011. • FSU’s combined opponent record in 2012 is 37-43. • The Falcons hold a series edge against all but two opponents this season (Charleston and Clarion). However, FSU has just slim series leads (two games) against West Liberty and Shepherd. • FSU will take on two “CU’s” this season in Clarion and Concord, and will play two “Golden Eagles” in Clarion and Charleston.

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Seton Hill Postgame Notes

• Daniel Monroe’s three rushing touchdowns against Seton Hill ties his single-game high. He also had three rushing touchdowns against WVU Tech last season. • Monroe went over 100 yards on the ground for the third time this season and ninth of his career against the Griffins. He also had four catches for 103 yards against SHU marking the first time in his career that he has had over 100 yards receiving at FSU. His previous career high was three weeks ago when he had 35 receiving yards at Charleston. • Shad Alexander had a season-high 11 carries for 98 yards against the Griffins, including a career-high 49 yard rush attempt. • Collin Alford had a career-high 65 yards and his first career rushing touchdown against SHU. • The Falcons had 12 plays of 20-yards or more against Seton Hill. • Fairmont State’s 54 rush attempts on Saturday were the most since they handed the ball of 56 times against WV Wesleyan in 2009. • Scott Davidson recorded his third interception of the season and sixth of his career against Seton Hill. • Ryan Watts also picked off a pass against the Griffins, his first of the season and second of his career. • Quincy Casimir and Lance Fullwood recorded their first career interceptions on Saturday afternoon. • The 101 combined points on Saturday are tied for the second most at Duvall-Rosier Field, matching the 101 put up by FSU and WV State on November 13, 2010. • Seton Hill’s quarterback Andrew Jackson had the second-most passing yards by an opponent at Duvall-Rosier Field with 432. SHU also scored 47 points, which is fourth-most in Duvall-Rosier Field history.

Notable

• Fairmont State has the WVIAC Offensive Player of the Week for the second-straight week. Daniel Monroe earned the honor following his performance against Seton Hill, and Matt Wilmer claimed the honor the week prior. • Since returning to the lineup after an injury, Garrett Davis has led the team in tackles in each of his five starts this season. • In Fairmont State’s three wins, they have recorded an average of 9.6 tackles for a loss. In losses, they are averaging 4.8 TFLs. • FSU is averaging 42.7 points per game in its three victories and has scored over 48 points in each of its last two games. • Fairmont State has 32 plays of 20-yards or more in its three home games this season. However, FSU has managed just 27 in four road games this season. • The Falcons are averaging 219.5 yards per game on the ground in the last two games. In the first five games of the year FSU was averaging just 74.6 yards on the ground. • After a sluggish start battling through injuries, Daniel Monroe has slowly climbed back to be among the leaders in the WVIAC in rushing. He is currently third in the league in rushing yards (569) and average per game (94.8). • Through five games this season the Falcons had scored just 37 second half points. In the last two games, Fairmont State has put up 67 points in the game’s final 30 minutes. • The Falcons are third in the league in time of possession averaging 31:27 minutes of possession per game. • Fairmont State boasts two WVIAC Special Teams Players of the Week this season in Matt Wilmer and Ryland Newman. • Newman has at least one return of 20-yards or more on a kickoff, punt, interception and blocked field goal return. • Fairmont State’s defense has done well against teams not allowing red zone touchdowns. Opponents have scored TDs in just 11 of their 21 attempts (52%) inside the 20-yard line. • After being behind in turnover margin for most of the season, FSU is now even in that category for the season. • Thirteen different players have recorded sacks this season.

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

Overall WVIAC 6-2 5-1 7-1 4-1 4-4 4-1 4-4 3-2 3-4 3-2 4-4 3-3 2-6 1-4 2-6 1-4 0-8 0-6

Week 8 Schedule October 20 Charleston 27, West Liberty 14 Shepherd 41, WV State 20 Glenville State 28, WV Wesleyan 21 Fairmont State 54, Seton Hill 47 Liberty 21, Concord 13 Week 9 Schedule October 27 Fairmont State at Concord (1 p.m.) Charleston at Glenville State (1 p.m.) WV Wesleyan at WV State (1 p.m.) West Liberty at Seton Hill (3 p.m.)

FSU 2012 Honor Roll Garrett Davis * BSCN Preseason All-America (3rd Team) Daniel Monroe *WVIAC Offensive Player of the Week (10/22) Ryland Newman *WVIAC Special Teams Player of the Week (9/17) Matt Wilmer * BSCN Preseason All-America (3rd Team) * WVIAC Special Teams Player of the Week (9/10) *BSCN Special Teams Player of the Week (9/10) *WVIAC Offensive Player of the Week (10/15) Chris Barfield * BSCN Preseason All-America (Hon. Men) Dewey McDonald * BSCN Preseason All-America (Hon. Men)

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Airing It Out

• Fairmont State has turned to junior college transfer Bobby Vega to lead the team this year, and Vega has responded. • Vega is second in the WVIAC in both passing and total offense. • With three games remaining this season, Vega ranks 10th in Fairmont State school history in touchdown passes with 14 and 12th with 1,672 yards. • He has gone the last two games without an interception. • Vega has two 300-yard passing games in seven games this year. He is the first FSU quarterback to have multiple 300-yard passing games in a season since Bryan Harman (2001) and the first FSU QB to have multiple 300-yard passing games in a career since Bryan Harman (199801). • Vega’s game vs. West Liberty was record-setting in a variety of ways. Vega set the school record for passing attemps with 67, surpassing the previous record by nine attempts. His 361 yards passing against the Hilltoppers were tied for the seventh-most in a single game by a FSU quarterback, and were the most passing yards by a Falcon quarterback not named “Harman” or “Furgason.” His 83-yard pass TD completion to C.J. Goodwin was tied for the third-longest passing play in school history. Vega’s 34 completions in the game were just three shy of the FSU single-game mark. • Vega had five touchdown passes against WV Wesleyan.

Scouting Concord

• Head coach Garin Justice is in his second season at Concord. In 2011 he led the Mountain Lions their first WVIAC title since 1990. Justice is 11-8 overall and 10-3 in WVIAC games. • Concord is second in the WVIAC in pass defense (180.50) and third in total defense (328.38). • Jake Lilly is first in the conference and sixth in the country in tackles averaging 11.50 per game. Lilly has recorded 92 tackles (49 solo) and 11 for a loss. He also has four pass breakups. • The CU defense has intercepted 10 passes this season. Kevin Elliott leads the team with four interceptions and three others have recorded two on the season (Davon Marion, Riyahd Richardson and Lilly). • Calvinaugh Jones leads the Mountain Lions rushing attack with 527 yards on 118 carries and a touchdown on the season. Fullback Ben Nester leads Concord with five rushing touchdowns on the season. • Senior quarterback Zack Grossi was lost for the year after a car accident earlier this season. Since then, Evin Dusold and Albert Rose have seen action under center. Dusold relieved Rose in the second quarter against Seton Hill two weeks ago. Dusold has completed 27-of-44 passes for 355 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the last two games for the Mountain Lions. He is completing 62 percent of his passes. • Receiver Randall Hawkins is second in the conference with 6.29 catches per game. He has a team-hgh 44 catches for 409 yards and a score. Ansel Ponder leads the team with 493 receiving yards on 39 catches and three touchdowns.

Something Special

• Matt Wilmer put together a remarkable junior season as a return specialist for the Falcons. Wilmer led the country in yards per punt return with 23.0. He was named Super Region 1 Special Teams Player of the Year and second team All-America by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette. He was a first team All-WVIAC selection and second team Daktronics All-Atlantic Region honoree. • This season he is 19th in the country in average punt return yards (13.29) kick return yards and is 27th in average kickoff return yards (26.75). • In the opener against Clarion, Wilmer clearly had the attention of the Golden Eagles. Clarion’s five punts were angled away from Wilmer and went out of bounds. • The electricity showed up against Glenville State as Wilmer notched a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, the first of his career. For his play, he was named WVIAC Special Teams Player of the Week. • Against Bowie State, Wilmer had 121 all-purpose yards (17 receiving, 58 kick return and 43 punt return). • He once again led the team in all-purpose yards against Charleston with 126. • Wilmer had his best day as a receiver at Fairmont State againstn West Virginia Wesleyan with seven catches for 163 yards and three touchdowns against the Bobcats. All of those were career highs. He was named WVIAC Offensive Player of the Week for his peformance against the Bobcats. • He leads the team and is third in the WVIAC in all-purpose yards with an average of 144.6. He is one of just four players in the league to have over 1,000 all-purpose yards this season (1,012). • Wilmer has accounted for 20 of Fairmont State’s 59 plays of 20 yards or more this season. • Nineteen of his 23 catches have gone for either a first down or touchdown this season.

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Wilmer’s Career Bests Game Punt Returns......................................6 (twice) Punt Ret. Yds..... 130 vs. WVU Tech (9/10/11) Punt Ret. TDs............................. 1 (two times) Kick Returns............................... 2 (five times) Kick Ret. Yards........ 112 vs. Glenville (9/6/12) Receptions.................. 7 vs. WVWC (10/13/12) Receiving Yards..... 163 vs. WVWC (10/13/12) Receiving TDs............ 3 vs. WVWC (10/13/12) Single Plays Long Punt Return.......93 vs. Clarion (9/1/11) Long Kick Return.......... 100 vs. GSC (9/6/12) Long Rush..........44 vs. Seton HIll (10/20/12) Long Reception.......47 vs. WVWC (10/13/12)

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Receiving Saint

• FSU junior wide receiver Chris St. Hilaire, who had a strong sophomore season, has picked up where he left off last season. • Through six games, St. Hilaire has 33 catches for 397 yards and three touchdowns this season. His career high for receptions in a season is 33 last year. • He is fifth in the league in receptions per game (5.5) and in receiving yards per game (66.2). • He has two games of 100 yards or more receiving this season and four 100-yard receiving games for his career. • Nineteen of his 33 catches this year have gone for either a first down or touchdown. Six of those catches have come on third down. • For his career, he has 93 catches for 1,340. He is approaching the top 10 at FSU for catches (Scott Shepherd is 10th with 100) and the top 15 at FSU in career receiving yards (Khalid Dover is 15th with 1,466 yards).

Injury Report

• FSU suffered a big blow by losing Dewey McDonald to injury during a preseason scrimmage. McDonald, an All-America candidate and NFL prospect, will likely redshirt the season and return to the Falcon lineup in 2013. • During the game against Clarion, McDonald’s replacement at the free safety position, Leatis Jones, was also injured and has not returned to the lineup since. Bryan Wilson, a backup to McDonald for two seasons, is manning the free safety spot. • FSU junior wide receiver (and holder) Mark Sampson was injured at Charleston and is not on the depth chart this week against Concord. Backup quarterback Tyler Pate will serve as the holder on special teams. • Linebacker Trevor Malnick was in the midst of a strong freshman campaign before breaking his arm prior to the WV Wesleyan game. • Fairmont State running backs Daniel Monroe, Shad Alexander and Colin Alford all missed the West Liberty game due to injury. Monroe was back in the lineup for the last three games, Alford returned two weeks ago vs. WVWC, and Alexander returned to the lineup last week against Seton Hill.

“Stew” & JW

• Fairmont State will be sporting “Stew” and “JW” stickers on the helmet this year in honor of alum Bill Stewart and Jack Wilson, who both passed away earlier this year. • Stewart will also be inducted into the Fairmont State Athletic Association Hall of Fame later this fall. • Stewart played for head coach Deacon Duvall in the early 1970s and was captain of the 1974 WVIAC championship team. He also got his coaching start as an assistant at Fairmont State. • Jack Wilson spent many years on the FSU sidelines working on the chain crew.

Preseason Notebook

• Fairmont State will open the season without a player who has started a game at quarterback at the NCAA Division II level. However, the Falcons will rely on Bobby Vega, a junior college transfer who threw for nearly 2,000 yards and 23 touchdowns last season at College of Dupage. • FSU lost its starting punter, place kicker, long snapper and holder from last year. • Fairmont State averaged 30 points per game last season -- the fifth highest season average in school history. • The Falcons return their leading rusher and scorer (Daniel Monroe), leading receiver (Chris St. Hilaire), leading tackler/TFL/sacks (Garrett Davis) and leading return man (Matt Wilmer). However, FSU lost several players “in the trenches.” The Falcons graduated two of its three starting defensive linemen, and two players on the offensive line. • Twelve different players recorded interceptions for the Falcons last season. Seven of those players return to the team this year. • Fairmont State has announced that it will join a new league, the Mountain East Conference, starting in 2013-14. The new twelve team league’s charter membership will include: Concord, Fairmont State, Glenville State, Notre Dame, Shepherd, University of Charleston, University of Virginia’s College at Wise (Va.), Urbana, West Liberty, West Virginia State, Wheeling Jesuit, and West Virginia Wesleyan College. • Former defensive end standout Luke Black was picked up as a free agent by the Cincinnati Bengals and is competing for a spot on their roster.

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Under Mike Lopez, When Fairmont State... Plays at home........................................ 16-15 Plays on the road...................................13-18 Scores first...............................................20-8 Scores 0-9 points......................................1-11 Scores 10-19 points................................. 2-12 Scores 20-29 points................................ 8-8 Scores 30-39 points.................................. 7-2 Scores 40 points or more..................... 11-0 Gives up 0-9 points...................................7-1 Gives up 10-19 points.............................. 9-4 Gives up 20-29 points........................... 7-12 Gives up 30-39 points........................... 4-12 Gives up 40 points or more...................2-4 Lead at the half......................................20-6 Trail at the half.......................................7-25 Tied at the half..........................................2-2 Lead at start of 4th Q............................23-3 Trail at start of 4th Q............................6-28 Tied at start of 4th Q.............................. 0-2 Forces more turnovers than opp.......20-4 Turns the ball over more than opp....6-18 Turnovers are equal................................ 3-11 Rushes for more yards than opp....... 25-9 Rushes for less yards than opp.......... 4-24 Rushes for less than 100 yards............ 2-15 Rushes for 100-199 yards.....................12-14 Rushes for 200 yards or more............. 15-4 Opp. rushes for less than 100 yards...16-4 Opp. rushes for 100-199 yards.............8-18 Opp. rushes for 200 yards or more..... 5-11 Throws for more yards than opp....... 11-14 Throws for less yards than opp......... 18-19 Throws for less than 100 yards.............8-7 Throws for 100-199 yards....................9-20 Throws for 200-299 yards....................10-5 Throws for 300 yards or more............... 2-1 Opp. throws for less than 100 yards....4-2 Opp. throws for 100-199 yards............9-15 Opp. throws for 200-299 yards..........10-11 Opp. throws for 300 yards or more..... 6-5

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2011 Season Review/Notes

• Fairmont State posted a 7-4 overall record and went 4-4 in the WVIAC. The Falcons’ seven wins were the most in over a decade. Two of FSU’s four losses came by seven points or less. • Fairmont State boasted two first team Academic All-America selections in Dewey McDonald and Frank Keenan. It was the first time in program history that FSU had two players earn first team honors in the same season. • Daniel Monroe became the second Falcon player to be named WVIAC “Freshman of the Year” after ranking among the league leaders in rushing and scoring. • Fairmont State’s average of 30 points per game was the fifth-highest average in school history. The Falcons scored over 30 points seven times last year and went 6-1 in those games. (The lone loss was a 36-30 setback vs. Glenville State in overtime.) • Eighteen players earned All-WVIAC honors including first team selections Chris Barfield (OL), Garrett Davis (LB) and Matt Wilmer (KR). • Fairmont State posted a 4-1 record away from Duvall-Rosier Field in 2011. The Falcons were also 3-0 against non-conference opponents. • The stingy Falcon defense gave up just 97.3 yards per game and only allowed one individual to rush for over 100 yards against them in a game (Tommy Addison, Shepherd, 114 yards). • Fairmont State had one of the stingiest red zone defenses in 2011 allowing teams points on 67 percent of their trips inside the 20. Opponents scored touchdowns on 51 percent of their red zone opportunities.

FSU Picked Fifth

• Fairmont State has been picked to finish fifth in the WVIAC in a vote of the league’s coaches. • Shepherd, which totaled six first-place nods and 76 points from the votes, was picked to win the league. • Defending WVIAC champion Concord, under the direction of WVIAC Coach of the Year Garin Justice, received the other three first place votes and 71 points, which was good enough for second place in the poll. WVIAC Preseason Poll 1. Shepherd (6) ............................................79 2. Concord (3) ................................................71 3. West Virginia Wesleyan . ...................... 55 4. Charleston ................................................50 5. Fairmont State ........................................46 6. Glenville State ......................................... 45 7. West Liberty . ............................................31 8. Seton Hill .................................................. 16 9. West Virginia State .................................15

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Seton Hill Notebook By Duane Cochran for FightingFalcons.com

FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- After being held to just 50 total points in its first four games this season Fairmont State’s offense has found its stride the past two weeks and has rolled up 103 points in back-to-back victories over West Virginia Wesleyan and Seton Hill. The Falcons, who are 3-4 overall and 3-2 and tied for fourth place in the nine-team West Virginia intercollegiate Athletic Conference standings, have achieved their goal of having a balanced attack the last two Saturdays. In a 49-32 victory over Wesleyan, FSU compiled 431 yards of total offense, including 275 through the air and 156 on the ground. Saturday in a wild 54-47 homecoming win over Seton Hill the Falcons amassed a season-high 528 yards of total offense, including 283 on the ground and 245 through the air. The play of junior quarterback Bobby Vega and sophomore running back Daniel Monroe has certainly been a key for the Falcons in those back-to-back wins. The last two weeks Vega has completed 29-of-56 passes (51.8 percent) for 520 yards and eight touchdowns. He also didn’t suffer any interceptions. Monroe, on the other hand, has put up back-to-back 100-plus-yard games. He rushed for a season-high 147 yards and one touchdown on 25 carries against the Bobcats and followed it up with 136 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries against the Griffins. He also caught four passes for 103 yards in the win over Seton Hill. In addition, Fairmont’s receivers have made some big plays the past two games. Senior Matt Wilmer had 10 catches for 210 yards and four touchdowns in that span, junior C.J. Goodwin had four receptions for 86 yards and three scores, junior Chris St. Hillaire, who missed the Wesleyan game, had four catches for 56 yards and 1 TD against Seton Hill and senior tight end Sean Marion had four receptions for a career-high 60 yards against Wesleyan. Despite the efforts of Fairmont’s skillposition players both Vega and Monroe say a vital part of the Falcons’ turnaround on offense has been the improved play of the relatively young offensive front which includes senior guard Joe Angotti, sophomore tackle Chris Barfield, sophomore center Garon Belser, redshirt freshman tackle Chris Furbee, true freshman guard Jovon Wooten and sophomore backup guard Tyler Thompson.

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“Give a lot of credit to our offensive line because they’ve played their butts off the past two weeks,” said Vega, who is second in the WVIAC in passing yards per game (233.2) and first in the league in both passing yards (1,635) and touchdown passes (14). “They’re giving me time to find open receivers and opening some holes so big for our backs that you could drive a truck through them. They’ve been watching a lot of film and it’s showing in their play. They also have coach (Bryan) Fisher (FSU’s offensive coordinator and offensive line coach) as their position coach and he will definitely get on them if they don’t do the right thing.” Monroe agrees. “As a unit we’ve all stepped up here the last two weeks,” said Monroe, who is third in the conference in rushing yards with 569. “Bobby has stepped up and played very well. I, myself, have stepped my game up as have our other backs and receivers. “And the Oline they’re getting better and better. They’re opening holes and they’ve really done a good job the past couple of weeks communicating with me if they need help picking up a pass rush or if they want me to chip someone. The increased communication, I think, has really helped them up their level of play. As a group they’re somewhat young, but they’re maturing every week.”

For his career Watts has 89 total tackles, including 58 solo stops. He also has 19 tackles for losses and eight sacks. *** One area sixth-year FSU head coach Mike Lopez would like to see improve during the final three weeks of the season is the Falcons’ pass coverage. Fairmont is allowing 249 yards per game through the air which currently ranks eighth in the nine-team league. The last two weeks opposing quarterbacks have combined to go 57-of-106 (53.8 percent) for 688 yards and six touchdowns. The Falcons, though, have intercepted a total of six passes the last two games. This season Fairmont’s defense has surrendered 22 total touchdowns, 15 of which have come through the air. “I’m proud of the way the guys have responded and played the past few weeks, but we’ve got three very tough games ahead of us and there’s no doubt we need to fix some problems in our defensive secondary,” said Lopez. “We have to get that done or otherwise we’re going to have a lot of trouble. I believe our guys understand that and I’m anxious to see how they respond.”

*** Junior linebacker Ryan Watts has been asked to do a little bit of everything this fall for the Falcons and has responded in fine fashion. Watts, who is a staunch run defender, has been used as a supplemental pass rusher for FSU on occasions and on other plays will drop into coverage. He’s currently ninth on the team in total tackles with 26, but leads the Falcons in tackles for losses with eight for negative 30 yards. He’s also tied for the team lead in sacks (3) and quarterback hurries (5) and has one interception and one forced fumble. “I’m just very thankful for the opportunities I’ve been given here as a member of this football team and this defense,” said Watts. “They put me in positions to succeed and its up to me to take advantage of them. “I owe a lot of credit for the sacks and tackles for losses to our defensive line. Those guys up front make a lot of sacrifices so us linebackers can do what we need to do.”

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Last Year vs. Concord

Concord 20, Fairmont State 7 October 29, 2011 | Fairmont, W.Va. FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- Concord used a pair of big plays in the first half and put then held off Fairmont State with a late touchdown to defeat the Falcons, 20-7, on Homecoming at Duvall-Rosier Field. Concord overcame a 328-274 deficit in total offense, and 12 penalties for 140 yards in the victory. Brian Kennedy led the Mountain Lions with 91 yards and his 35-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter helped put the game away for Concord. Zack Grossi was 11-23 for 174 yards with one touchdown and a pair of interceptions. Logan Moore was 24-42 for 200 yards and one interception, and also added 78 yards on the ground and a rushing touchdown. The Falcons lost running back Daniel Monroe in the second quarter. He left the game with eight carries for 18 yards. Chris St. Hilaire had five catches for 33 yards, and Tim Orange had four catches for 43 yards before also leaving the game with an injury. Fairmont State was led by eight tackles from Dewey McDonald (six solo). David Pack added four tackles, including two for a loss, and also forced a fumble. Justin Hughes recorded his first interception of the season. After a scoreless first quarter, Fairmont State was driving into Concord territory, but Moore pitched on an option with nobody home, and Pollard scooped it up and took it the rest of the way for the first points of the day. CU went for two, though, and the attempt failed to make it 6-0. The Falcons looked to get on the board in midway through the second quarter, but Frank Keenan’s 43-yard attempt fell short. On Concord’s next possession, Grossi rolled to his right and found Darrick Williams breaking free down the sideline for the 60-yard touchdown. The point-after attempt again failed, and Concord took a 12-0 lead into halftime. After a scoreless third quarter that saw a missed field goal attempt from Concord, the Falcons got into the game in the fourth quarter on a three-yard quarterback keeper for a touchdown from Moore. Keenan added the point after to make it 12-7 with just over seven minutes left. The Mountain Lions answered right back, though, with a three-play, 70-yard drive that lasted just 1:16 seconds. The drive was capped by Kennedy darting through the middle of the Falcon defense for a 35-yard yard touchdown. Concord’s two-point attempt was successful, and the Mountain Lions went ahead 20-7. Fairmont State’s hope for a late rally was dashed on the first play of its next possession as Moore’s pass went through his receiver’s hands and into the arms of Lilly to effectively put the game away. Score

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3

4 F

Concord

0

12

0

8

20

Fairmont State

0

0

0

7

7

Team CU CU

FSU CU

Qtr

2nd 2nd 4th 4th

Time

14:48

Scoring play Pollard 61 yd fumble recovery (Brian Kennedy pass failed)

02:31

D. Williams 60 yd pass from Grossi (kick failed)

06:06

Kennedy 35 yd run (Brian Kennedy rush)

07:21

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

Concord 20 13 29-111 174 23-11-2 52-285 1-61 1--4 2-77 1-0 5-40.4 1-0 12-140 22:22 4 of 11 0 of 0 0-2

Fairmont State 7 20 38-128 200 42-24-1 80-328 0-0 3-31 4-57 2--1 5-44.2 1-1 8-100 37:38 8 of 20 1 of 2 1-3

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Logan Moore (20-78), Damon Waters (8-26), Daniel Monroe (8-18); CU-Brian Kennedy (18-91) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (24-42--200); CU-Zack Grossi (11-23--174) Receiving: FS-Chris St. Hilaire (5-33), Tim Orange (4-43), Mark Sampson (4-35); CU-Rashid Baker (5-56), Tim Picar (2-38) Tackles: FS-Dewey McDonald (6-2--8), David Pack (4-0--4), D. Strosnider (4-0--4), Garrett Davis (4-0--4); CU-Jake Lilly (6-3--9), Nate Pollard (6-1--7), R. Richardson (6-0--6)

Moore 3 yd run (Frank Keenan kick)

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Last Time vs. Concord (In Princeton) Concord 41, Fairmont State 17 Nov. 6, 2010 | Princeton, W.Va

PRINCETON, W.Va. -- Concord erased an early 10-7 first quarter deficit and rolled to a 41-17 on Saturday afternoon 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.

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

Fairmont State 17 14 33-102 167 29-14-3 62-269 0-0 2-8 7-107 2-51 3-36.0 4-2 7-94 29:18 5 of 13 0 of 2 3-5

Concord 41 27 42-146 408 33-20-2 75-554 1-2 1-7 4-71 3-40 3-29.3 2-1 14-194 30:42 5 of 12 1 of 1 4-6

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Damon Waters (14-48), Logan Moore (9-20); CU-Brian Kennedy (30-193) Passing: FS-Logan Moore (14-29--167); CU-Zack Grossi (20-33--408) Receiving: FS-C. St. Hilaire (4-37), Eric Eitson (3-71), Perry Baker (2-31); CUThomas 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)

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 3817. 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. Score

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4 F

Fairmont State

10

0

0

7

17

Concord

7

17

14

3

41

Team

Qtr

Time

Scoring play

CU 1st

06:16

Mayo 54 yd pass from Grossi (Strupp kick)

FSU 1st

03:49

Frank Keenan 29 yd field goal

FSU 1st

00:12

Moore 14 yd run (Keenan kick)

CU 2nd

08:13

Zack Grossi 3 yd run (Strupp kick)

CU 2nd

02:20

Brandon Strupp 40 yd field goal

CU 2nd

00:25

Daughtry 19 yd pass from Grossi (Strupp kick)

CU 3rd

04:51

Mayo 19 yd pass from Grossi (Strupp kick)

CU 3rd

00:35

Mayo 21 yd pass from Grossi (Strupp kick)

FSU 4th

10:38

Cody Reed 2 yd run (Keenan kick)

CU 4th

02:25

Brandon Strupp 33 yd field goal

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Game 1 | Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012 | Clarion, Pa. Clarion 7, Fairmont State 0

CLARION, Pa. -- Clarion’s Ben Fiscus connected with Mark Nicholas on a 27yard touchdown pass in the third quarter and the Golden Eagle defense pitched a shutout to defeat Fairmont State, 7-0, in the season-opener at Memorial Stadium. Fiscus had an efficient night going 14-of-21 for 136 yards and a touchdown passing and added 77 yards on the ground to pace the Golden Eagle offense. Bobby Thomas added 80 yards on the ground for Clarion. Fairmont State quarterback Bobby Vega had a solid first outing in a Falcon uniform connecting on 27-of-47 passes for 321 yards. He was intercepted twice. His favorite targets were Chris St. Hilaire who had eight catches for 108 yards and C.J. Goodwin who added six grabs for 55 yards. Clarion’s defense was led by Andrew Paronish who had six tackles, a fumble recovery, and a fourth quarter interception he returned for 27 yards. Fairmont State’s defense was paced by Scott Davidson who had eight total tackles and Daniel Strosnider who had four tackles and interception. The Falcons held the edge in total offense, 355-291, but were penalized 11 times for 120 yards in the game. Clarion was flagged seven times for 95 yards. The Golden Eagles stifled the Fairmont State running game holding the Falcons to just 34 yards on 30 carries in the game. Neither team made it into the red zone until the third quarter when FSU got to the Clarion 17 on its initial drive of the half. However, a penalty and a sack stalled the drive and the Falcons had to settle for a punt. The Golden Eagles countered on the ensuing drive marching 84 yards down for the score as Fiscus found Nicholas in tight coverage on a 27-yard score. Clarion looked to put the game away late in the fourth quarter as it lined up for a field goal, but Scott Davidson came off the edge and blocked the attempt to give FSU one last chance on offense. The Falcons worked the way down to the Clarion 8-yard line, but were moved back on a holding play to the 15. Facing third-and-goal, Vega’s pass to St. Hilaire was low and incomplete. With just 22 seconds left, Vega heaved an attempt in the back of the end zone where the pass was batted down by Clarion’s Jason Peterson to preserve the victory for the Golden Eagles. Score

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3

4

F

Fairmont State

0

0

0

0

0

Clarion University

0

0

7

0

7

Team

Qtr

Time

Scoring play

CLAR

3rd

07:27

Nicholas 27 yd pass from Fiscus (Conway kick)

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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

Fairmont State 0 24 30-34 321 47-27-2 77-355 0-0 0-0 2-54 1-13 4-31.8 2-1 11-120 32:49 5 of 17 2 of 3 0-2

Clarion 7 16 36-155 136 21-14-1 57-291 0-0 0-0 1-17 2-32 5-29.0 1-0 7-95 27:11 4 of 11 0 of 1 0-1

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Daniel Monroe (19-37), CU-Bobby Thomas (20-80), Ben Fiscus (15-77) Passing: FS-Bobby Vega (27-47--321), CU-Ben Fiscus (14-21--136) Receiving: FS-Chris St. Hilaire (8-108), C.J. Goodwin (6-55), Mark Sampson (5-49); CU-Jon Reid (5-58), Mark Ncholas (3-34) Tackles: FS-Scott Davidson (6-2--8), Matt Larrubia (1-7--8), Leatis Jones (6-1--7); CU-Anthony Stimac (6-5--11), Brian Palmiere (6-4--10), Nate Sipes (1-7--8) Notes

• Quarterback Bobby Vega’s 321 yards passing vs. Clarion were the most by a quarterback in Lopez’s tenure as head coach. In fact, the 321 yards passing were the most by a Falcon quarterback since Oct. 27, 2001, when Bryan Harman threw for 354 yards against Concord. • Fairmont State was shutout for just the second time under offensive coordinator Bryan Fisher last week against Clarion. The last time the Falcons were held scoreless under Fisher was a 24-0 loss to UNC Pembroke in 2010. • FSU’s 7-0 loss to Clarion marked the first time that Fairmont State has lost when holding a team to under nine points under head coach Mike Lopez. • Clarion snapped a two-game losing streak to Fairmont State with its win over the Falcons. • For the third-straight year, the team with the most total offense lost the game. • The Fairmont State defense held Clarion to just 291 yards and did so with just one tackle for a loss of yards and no sacks. • Daniel Strosnider’s interception was the second of his career. The first interception of his career came two seasons ago against Glenville State. • Fairmont State’s Johnny Dearstine handled the kicking duties for the Falcons against Clarion. His kickoff went to the end zone where it was returned, and his 42-yard field goal attempt had plenty of distance but missed wide right.

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Game 2 | Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012 | Glenville, W.Va. Glenville State 41, Fairmont State 21

GLENVILLE, W.Va. -- Glenville State scored 34 first half points which proved to be more than enough in a 41-21 win over Fairmont State on Thursday night at Morris Stadium. The Pioneers racked up over 500 yards of total offense with 273 yards passing and another 254 on the ground. Darold Hughes completed 13-of-20 passes for 258 yards and three touchdowns. Robert Jiles hauled in five passes for 142 yards, including touchdown receptions of 59 and 41 yards. Glenville State’s defense recorded four sacks and seven tackles for a loss in limiting Fairmont State to 196 yards of total offense. Shad Alexander led the way on the ground with 10 carries for 53 yards. Bobby Vega was 13-of-27 for 87 yards and two touchdown passes. Matt Wilmer provided a spark for the Falcons with a 100-yard kickoff return at the end of the first quarter for FSU. It was the first kickoff return for a touchdown in his career. Freshman linebacker Trevor Malnick led the Falcons defensively with six total tackles, including two for a loss. The Pioneers raced out to a quick 17-0 lead in the first quarter lead before the Falcons got on the board with Wilmer’s 100-yard kick return for a touchdown as the quarter expired. Wilmer took the kick two yards deep in the end zone and went to his left and darted through traffic for the score. The Falcons could not capitalize on the momentum, though, as the Pioneers responded with a five-yard TD run from Quin Thornton. GSC added a field goal and a touchdown late in the quarter to give the Pioneers the big 34-7 cushion at the break. Glenville State got its only points of the second half on a 59-yard touchdown reception by Jiles from Hughes. On the play, the pass was deflected by two FSU defenders before finally being hauled in by Jiles to extend GSC’s lead to 41-7. Vega found Sampson in the back of the end zone on a short five-yard pass to start the fourth quarter to make it 41-14, and Vega later found Chris St. Hilaire for a seven-yard TD reception for the final points of the game and the 41-21 final. Score

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3

4

F

Fairmont State

7

0

0

14

21

Glenville State

17

17

7

0

41

Team

Qtr

Time

Scoring play

GSC

1st

11:20

Colston Bayless 37 yd field goal

GSC

1st

08:58

Rahmann Lee 84 yd run (Bayless kick)

GSC

1st

00:10

Jiles 41 yd pass from Hughes (Bayless kick)

FSU

1st

00:00

Matt Wilmer 100 yd KO return (J.Dearstine kick)

GSC

2nd

11:29

Quin Thornton 5 yd run (Bayless kick)

GSC

2nd

03:34

Colston Bayless 34 yd field goal

GSC

2nd

00:59

Harris 46 yd pass from Hughes (Bayless kick)

GSC

3rd

04:47

Jiles 59 yd pass from Hughes (Bayless kick)

FSU

4th

14:14

Sampson 5 yd pass from Vega (J. Dearstine kick)

FSU

4th

02:50

C. St. Hilaire 7 yd pass from Vega (Dearstine kick)

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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

Fairmont State 21 12 30-109 87 27-13-0 57-196 0-0 3-25 7-149 0-0 7-33.4 0-0 7-49 29:29 3 of 14 2 of 3 2-2

Glenville State 41 22 38-254 273 21-14-0 59-527 0-0 0-0 4-90 0-0 3-34.3 0-0 9-87 30:21 5 of 11 0 of 0 3-3

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Shad Alexander (10-53), Daniel Monroe (13-49); GSC-Rahmann Lee (10-146), Derek McRae (7-22) Passing: FS-Bobby Vega (13-27--87), GSC-Darold Hughes (13-20--258) Receiving: FS-Chris St. Hilaire (4-43), Mark Sampson (4-28); GSC-Robert Giles (5-142), Orlandus Harris (5-92) Tackles: FS-Trevor Malnick (3-6--9), Ronnie Lockhart (4-4--8), Lance Fullwood (3-5--8); GSC-Gary Henderson (4-4--8), James Johnson (4-4--8) Notes

• Matt Wilmer’s 100-yard kick return for a touchdown was the first of his career. It was technically a 102-yard kick return, but NCAA statisical guidelines mandate the maximum yardage on any play is 100 yards. Jerome Hoes had a 101-kickoff return for Fairmont State in 1978, but the NAIA guidelines allowed for plays to be longer than 100 yards at that time. It was the first kickoff return for a touchdown for Fairmont State since Zack Page accomplished it in 2009 against WV State. • Freshman Shad Alexander led FSU in rushing with 10 carries for 53 yards. Daniel Monroe was held to under 100 yards rushing for the second-straight game. • Chris St. Hilaire’s touchdown reception was his first of the season and the seventh of his career. • Bobby Vega’s two touchdown passes were the first of his career at Fairmont State. • Mark Sampson’s touchdown catch was his first this season and fifth of his career. • GSC running back Rahmann Lee became just the second player in 13 games (dating back to last season) to rush for over 100 yards against Fairmont State. • The Pioneers had seven offensive plays go for 20 yards or more, including four of its touchdowns. • Freshman linebacker Trevor Malnick turned in a good performance for FSU with nine tackles, including two for a loss.

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Game 3 | Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012 | Bowie, Md. Bowie State 24, Fairmont State 17 (OT)

BOWIE, Md. -- Bowie State scored 24 unanswered points to beat Fairmont State in overtime on Saturday afternoon at Bulldogs Stadium. The Bulldogs erased a 17-0 fourth quarter deficit to force overtime and win the game. The Falcons scored the only points of the opening half when Johnny Dearstine made a 22-yard field goal after Fairmont State recovered a Bowie State fumble inside the BSU 15 yard line. Fairmont State extended the lead in the third quarter after Davidson blocked a Bulldog field goal attempt that was scooped up by Newman and returned 57 yards for the FSU touchdown. The Falcons then went ahead 17-0 early in the fourth quarter after Vega capped off a four-play, 42 yard drive with a touchdown pass to Collin Alford. The Bulldogs needed just over a minute to respond with their first points of the game to make it 17-7. FSU was forced to punt on its next possession, and BSU cashed in with a 24-yard field goal to make it 17-10 with six minutes remaining. The Falcons could only use over two minutes on their next possession, and a 10-yard punt set Bowie State up in excellent shape taking over at Fairmont State’s 40-yard line. McNeil then knotted the game with a onehanded grab to tie the score at 17-17. FSU did march down the field and had a chance to win the game in regulation, but Dearstine’s 29-yard field goal missed wide right as time expired. On the opening drive of overtime, Bowie State converted twice on third down to stay alive before Acker scored on a 12-yard touchdown reception. The Falcons were unable to respond as Vega’s fourth down pass fell incomplete. Score

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3

4 OT

Fairmont State

3

0

7

7

0

17

Bowie State

0

0

0

17

7

24

Team

Qtr

Time

Scoring play

FSU

1st

06:36

J. Dearstine 22 yd field goal

FSU

3rd

03:39

Ryland Newman 57 yd blocked FG return

FSU

4th

11:46

Alford 3 yd pass from Vega (Dearstine kick)

BSU

4th

10:43

Acker 12 yd pass from Reid (Dias-Aviles kick)

BSU

4th

06:06

DIAZ-AVILES 24 yd field goal

BSU

4th

02:15

McNeil 31 yd pass from Reid

BSU

OT

15:00

Acker 12 yd pass from Reid (Dias-Aviles kick)

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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

Fairmont State 17 12 34-142 166 27-14-2 61-308 0-0 2-43 4-81 1-10 4-14.2 1-1 7-64 28:37 5 of 14 0 of 2 3-5

Bowie State 24 23 39-124 329 38-23-1 77-453 0-0 0-0 4-94 2-18 3-32.0 2-2 9-93 46:23 7 of 18 1 of 1 2-4

Individual Statistic Leaders

Rushing: FS-Daniel Monroe (18-112), Shad Alexander (5-18); BSU-Corwin Acker (26-105), Keith Brown (5-13) Passing: FS-Bobby Vega (14-27--166), BSU-Tyrae Reid (23-38--329) Receiving: FS-Mark Sampson (3-87), Matt Wilmer (3-17), Shad Alexander (2-25), C.J. Sanders (2-22); BSU-Douglas McNeil (7-105), Garry Cropper (6-114), Corwin Acker (6-59) Tackles: FS-Ronnie Lockhart (7-2--9), Garrett Davis (7-2--9), Matt Larrubia (7-1--8); BSU-Curtis Pumphrey (9-0--9), Kenyon Kinard (4-4--8), Antoine Young (6-1--7)

Notes

• Johnny Dearstine’s 22-yard field goal was the first of his career. • Ryland Newman’s 57-yard blocked field goal return for a touchdown was the sixth touchdown of his career without ever having played a down on offense. Newman has three interception returns for a touchdown and two punt returns for a touchdown to go with his blocked field goal return. • Running back Daniel Monroe cracked the 100-yard mark for the first time this season with 112 yards on the ground against Bowie State. It was the seventh game of 100+ yards in his career. • Collin Alford’s touchdown reception was the first touchdown of his career. • Bobby Vega’s touchdown pass was his third this season. • Mark Sampson’s 87 receiving yards were a career high. • Middle linebacker Garrett Davis made his season debut against Bowie State. He returned to make nine total tackles (seven solo) and recorded one tackle for a loss. • Fairmont State blocked two field goals against Bowie State. C.J. Goodwin got his first block of the year while Scott Davidson’s block was his second this season. • FSU recorded its first two sacks of the season against the Bulldogs. Daniel Strosnider recorded one and Andre Revere got the other. • Fairmont State lost for just the third time when leading after three quarters under head coach Mike Lopez. Lopez slipped to 0-4 in overtime as a head coach.

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Game 4 | Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012 | Fairmont, W.Va. Fairmont State 25, West Liberty 20

FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- Fairmont State picked up its first victory of the season with a 25-20 win over West Liberty on Saturday afternoon at Duvall-Rosier Field. Bobby Vega completed 34-of-67 attempts for 361 yards and three touchdowns. Vega’s 67 pass attempts were a school record and the 361 yards tied for the seventh most in a single game at Fairmont State. Fairmont State rolled up 386 yards of total offense compared to just 161 for West Liberty. Chris St. Hilaire led the FSU receivers with a career-high 12 catches for 123 yards and a score. C.J. Goodwin also went over the century mark with three catches for 104 yards and a touchdown, including an 83-yard TD reception. WLU’s L.D. Crow completing 21-of-43 passes for 145 yards and a pair of interceptions. Darrell Stanley hauled in six catches for 45 yards. Isiah Moody had eight carries for 24 yards and a touchdown. Fairmont State started quickly scoring the game’s first 19 points. Johnny Dearstine opened the scoring with a 36-yard field goal, and Anthony Domcio later recorded a safety taking down Crow in the end zone to make it 5-0. Off the free kick, Fairmont State would travel 46 yards in eight plays with the drive being capped by a 13-yard touchdown reception by Chris St. Hilaire to make it 12-0 early in the second quarter. The FSU defense forced a three-and-out, and then made it 19-0 on a five-yard TD reception by Matt Wilmer. The Hilltoppers would get back into the game late in the half. WLU took advantage of an interception by Marco Richetti that he returned to the FSU five-yard line. The ‘Toppers punched it in two plays later but missed the extra point. WLU added another score late in the half to make it 19-13 at the break. West Liberty seized the momentum of the game on Fairmont State’s first possession as Jovontae Johnson scooped up a FSU fumble and rumbled 22 yards for the score to put the ‘Toppers in front 20-19. WLU pinned FSU on its own 13-yard line late in the third quarter, but that’s when Vega found C.J. Goodwin for an 87-yard bomb. The Falcons failed on the two-point conversion. The Falcon defense forced WLU three-and-out on its first two possessions of the fourth quarter and Wilson picked off Crow on their third possession. However, FSU could not add a score to ice the game, giving West liberty one last chance to win taking over with 2:35 to go. The Hilltoppers, who were 0-for-14 on third down before starting their final drive, converted on one third down and one fourth down to take the ball to the FSU 27. The defensive line harassed Crow into a sack and a hurried throw to end the game and seal the Falcon victory. Score

1

2

3

4

F

West Liberty

0

13

7

0

20

Fairmont State

5

14

6

0

25

Team

Qtr

Time

Scoring play

FSU

1st

04:22

J. Dearstine 36 yd field goal

FSU

1st

02:09

Anthony Domico safety

FSU

2nd

14:12

St. Hilaire 13 yd pass from Vega (J. Dearstine kick)

FSU

2nd

10:25

Wilmer 5 yd pass from Vega (J. Dearstine kick)

WLU

2nd

06:37

LD Crow 1 yd run (Jeff Hoak kick failed)

WLU

2nd

00:28

Isiah Moody 2 yd run Jeff Hoak kick

WLU

3rd

13:54

Jov. Johnson 22 yd fumble recovery Jeff Hoak kick

FSU

3rd

01:55

Goodwin 83 yd pass from Vega (Vega pass failed)

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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

West Liberty 20 10 26-16 145 45-21-2 71-161 1-22 1-2 4-59 3-19 11-39.5 2-0 7-66 24:06 1 of 17 2 of 5 2-2

Fairmont State 25 20 28-25 361 68-34-3 96-386 0-0 6-69 5-74 2-37 5-43.2 1-1 10-130 35:54 10 of 24 0 of 4 3-4

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Ryland Newman (10-29), Matt Griffin (3-7); WLU-Isiah Moody (8-24), Kenjay Trueblood (9-18) Passing: FS-Bobby Vega (34-67--361), WLU-L.D. Crow (21-43--145) Receiving: FS-Chris St. Hilaire (12-123), C.J. Goodwin (3-104), Kenny Washington (6-46), Matt Wilmer (4-57); WLU-Darrell Stanley (6-45), Brandon Schroeder (4-33), Bo Whitney (4-27) Tackles: FS-Garrett Davis (5-1--6), Bryan Wilson (4-2--6), Jephte Leveille (4-2--6) Notes

• Johnny Dearstine’s 36-yard field goal was the longest of his career. • Anthony Domico’s safety was the first FSU safety since 2009. • Chris St. Hilaire’s 12 catches were a career best. His TD reception was the second of the season and the eighth of his career. • C.J. Goodwin’s 83-yard TD reception was the first TD reception of his career. The 83-yard hookup is tied for the third longest passing play in school history and was the seventh-longest play in Division II through four weeks of football. • Chris St. Hilaire and C.J. Goodwin both went over 100 yards receiving against West Liberty. The last time FSU had two receivers go over the century mark was when St. Hilaire and Perry Baker both went over 100 yards against Seton Hill on October 30, 2010. • Matt Wilmer’s TD reception was his first this season and the seventh of his career. • Bobby Vega threw for a career-high 361 yards and three touchdowns. He set a school record with 67 pass attempts. • Trevor Malnick recorded his first career sack and interception against WLU. • Bryan Wilson had his first interception of the season and the second of his career. • Chris Kish averaged 42.8 yards per punt and had dropped three inside the 20yard line. • WLU and FSU combined for just 41 yards rushing for the game. • FSU’s 386 yards of total offense against the ‘Toppers were a season-high.

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Game 5 | Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012 | Charleston, W.Va. Charleston 30, Fairmont State 10

FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- The University of Charleston used three scoring plays of 40 yards or more to defeat Fairmont State, 30-10 on Saturday afternoon in Charleston. John Knox accounted for three touchdowns on the afternoon for the Golden Eagles. Charleston rolled for 436 yards of total offense while holding the Falcons to just 229 yards on the afternoon. UC ran for 236 yards compared to just 58 for the Falcons. Fairmont State converted on just 3-of-14 third down conversions compared to 6-of-13 for the Golden Eagles. Ryland Newman scored a touchdown on a 38-yard punt return and added six tackles for the Falcons. Charleston started quickly going 68 yards on five plays, capped by a 56-yard strike from Knox to Maxwell to give the Golden Eagles a 7-0 lead just two minutes into the game. On the following drive, the Falcons controlled the ball for 12 plays and over eight minutes before being forced to punt. Chris Kish pinned UC inside its own five-yard line, and after a three-and-out by the Golden Eagles, Newman returned the ensuing punt 38 yards to tie the game 7-7 after one quarter of play. With 6:47 to play in the second quarter, Davidson picked off Knox at the UC two-yard line. After a three-and-out, Charleston’s Roberts blocked the FSU punt to force a safety and give UC a 9-7 lead. After the free kick, Charleston needed just two plays to score as Roberts took the handoff 45 yards to give the Golden Eagles a 16-7 lead at the half. After forcing an FSU punt on the opening drive of the half, Charleston capped a 16 play, 68 yard drive with a one-yard touchdown run by Knox to give the Golden Eagles a 23-7 lead. The Golden Eagles ran the ball 11 times on the drive. On the following possession, Johnny Dearstine added a 31-yard field goal to cut the UC lead to 23-10. St. Hillaire provided a 27-yard reception to key the nine-play, 61 yard drive for the Falcons. It took just two plays for the Golden Eagles to respond as Knox found Byrd for a 55-yard touchdown pass with 1:26 to play in the third quarter to give UC a 30-10 advantage. On the next UC possession, Puma Nuradini looked to add to the UC score but couldn’t capitalize on a 31-yard field goal. Each team would have two more possessions in the final quarter before Charleston would take a knee and wrap up the victory. Score

1

2

3

4

F

Fairmont State

7

0

3

0

10

Charleston

7

9

14

0

30

Team

Qtr

Time

Scoring play

FSU

1st

02:58

Newman 38 yd punt return(J.Dearstine kick)

UC UC UC UC

FSU UC

1st

2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

12:44

05:56 05:38 04:51

02:29 01:26

Maxwell 56 yd pass from Knox (Nuredini kick) Jordan Roberts safety

Jordan Roberts 45 yd run (Nuredini kick) John Knox 1 yd run (Nuredini kick)

J. Dearstine 31 yd field goal

Byrd 55 yd pass from John Knox (Nuredini kick)

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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

Fairmont State 10 14 26-63 176 32-13-1 58-239 0-0 3-70 2-33 1--2 7-32.0 2-1 9-59 27:23 3 of 14 1 of 2 1-1

Charleston 30 21 51-264 172 18-10-1 69-436 0-0 3-20 3-66 1-0 4-28.8 2-1 8-68 47:37 6 of 13 1 of 1 1-3

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Daniel Monroe (15-88); UC-Jordan Roberts (24-148), John Knox (15-93) Passing: FS-Bobby Vega (13-32--176), UC-John Knox (10-18--172) Receiving: FS-Matt Wilmer (4-63), Chris St. Hilaire (3-58), Daniel Monroe (3-35); UC-Shaq Williams (3-22), Chris Maxwell (2-71), Taylor Franz (2-19), Darrell Byrd (1-55) Tackles: FS-Garrett Davis (6-2--8), Jephte Leveille (6-2--8), Matt Larrubia (6-1--7); UC-Matt Duncan (5-1--6), Nathaniel Berry (4-0--4), Jeff Green (4-0-4), Justin Avery (4-0--4) Notes • Charleston scored on three plays of 40 yards or more to help defeat Fairmont State, 30-10. • FSU remained winless on the road in 2012. • Ryland Newman’s punt return for a touchdown was his first this season and the third of his career. According to available FSU records, the three career punt returns for a TD are a school record. • Johnny Dearstine’s 31-yard field goal was his third this season. • Daniel Monroe’s 88 yards rushing against UC were his second highest total this year. His 49-yard rush was the longest of the season. • Matt Wilmer led FSU with four catches for 63 yards. His 31-yard reception was his longest of the season. • Chris Kish dropped three punts inside the 20-yard line for FSU. • Jephte Leveille and Ryan Watts each notched sacks for the Falcons. • Scott Davidson’s interception was his second this season and the fifth of his career.

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Game 6 | Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012 | Fairmont, W.Va. Fairmont State 49, WV Wesleyan 32

FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- Fairmont State out-scored West Virginia Wesleyan 40-11 in the second half en route to a 49-32 victory over the Bobcats on Saturday afternoon at Duvall-Rosier Field. Bobby Vega was 15-of-30 for 275 yards and tossed a career-high five touchdown passes, all of which came in the second half. Matt Wilmer hauled in a career-high seven catches for 163 yards and three touchdown receptions. C.J. Goodwin had three catches, two for touchdowns, for 55 yards in the game. Daniel Monroe had a season-high 147 yards on the ground and notched his first touchdown of the season. The Falcon defense, led by Garrett Davis’ 11 tackles (eight solo), limited WVWC to just 91 yards on the ground.Jake Kelly had a big game with eight tackles (five solo) and one sack and forced fumble. Ryland Newman had five tackles and two interceptions. WVWC scored three touchdowns compared to three field goals for FSU in the first half to go ahead 21-9 to set the stage for FSU’s rally. Vega found Wilmer on a 35-yard touchdown pass early in the third quarter. FSU opted to go for two but the attempt failed. WVWC responded with a 44-yard field goal from Kasper Bernild to stretch the lead to 24-15. Later in the quarter Vega hooked up with Goodwin from 24 yards to make cut the Bobcat lead to 24-22. The Falcon defense again held strong paving the way for another TD pass, this time from Vega to a streaking Wilmer down the sideline for a 47-yard score, to give FSU its first lead of the game at 28-24. On WVWC’s next offensive snap, Kelly stripped Musselman dropping back to pass and Andre Revere recovered to give FSU back the ball. Fairmont State took advantage, and Vega and Wilmer connected again from 21-yards out on the first play of the fourth quarter to make it 35-24. The Bobcats got back into the game with an eight-play, 75 yard drive capped by a Nyquan McGirt touchdown reception on its next possession. The WVWC defense forced a three-and-out and punt, but Newman picked off Musselman and returned it for another apparent touchdown, but it was once again wiped out due to penalty, and FSU was forced to punt. WVWC would face fourth-and-seven on its own 27 and trailing by three, and backup quarterback and punter Zane Zabrasky lined up to punt, but rolled out and opted to pass, but his attempt fell incomplete setting up FSU in good field position. The Falcons would capitalize as Vega threw his fifth TD pass of the half, this one to Goodwin from eight yards out to make it 42-32 with 5:50 to go. Monroe would later tack on a 17-yard TD run to seal the victory for FSU, 49-32. Score

1

2

3

4

F

WVWC

7

14

3

8

32

Fairmont State

3

6

19

21

49

Team

Qtr

Time

Scoring play

FSU

1st

02:19

WVWC WVWC FSU FSU

WVWC FSU

WVWC FSU FSU FSU

WVWC FSU FSU

1st

07:06

Brian Vukela 24 yd fumble recovery (Bernild kick) J. Dearstine 21 yd field goal

2nd

13:53

Hughes 15 yd pass from Musselman (Bernild kick)

2nd

04:59

J. Dearstine 38 yd field goal

2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

4th 4th 4th 4th

10:51

04:29 09:52

06:49 04:35 00:21 14:54 12:23

05:50 03:34

J. Dearstine 35 yd field goal

Hughes 12 yd pass from J. Musselman (Bernild kick) Wilmer 35 yd pass from Vega (Vega pass failed) Kasper Bernild 44 yd field goal

Goodwin 24 yd pass from Vega (J. Dearstine kick)

Wilmer 47 yd pass from Vega (Monroe rush failed) Wilmer 21 yd pass from Vega (J. Dearstine kick)

McGirt 12 yd pass from J. Musselman (Hughes rush) Goodwin 8 yd pass from Vega (J. Dearstine kick) Daniel Monroe 17 yd run (J. Dearstine kick)

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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

WVWC 32 21 30-91 256 45-25-2 75-347 1-24 2-15 8-227 0-0 6-36.7 1-1 10-98 28:09 5 of 15 0 of 2 3-4

Fairmont State 49 19 39-156 275 30-15-0 69-431 0-0 3-45 4-170 2-39 5-38.8 1-1 9-93 31:51 2 of 12 0 of 0 5-5

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Daniel Monroe 25-147, Collin Alford (6-26); WVWC-Malcolm Yowk (15-42) Passing: FS-Bobby Vega (15-30--275), WVWC-J. Musselman (25-44--256) Receiving: FS-Matt Wilmer (7-163), Sean Marion (4-60); WVWC-Lavaughn Hughes (11-127), Nyme Manns (5-18) Tackles: FS-Garrett Davis (8-3--11), Jake Kelly (5-3--8), Quincy Casimir (6-1-7); WVWC-Jesse Robertson (10-0--10), Jonas Celian (8-0--8) Notes

• Daniel Monroe’s 147 yards were a season-high. It was the third-most yards rushing in his career at Fairmont State. Monroe went over 100 yards rushing for the second time this season against the Bobcats. It was his eighth career game of 100 yards or more and the second-straight year he broke the century mark against WVWC. • Monroe recorded his first touchdown and Fairmont State’s first rushing touchdown of the season in the game. • Matt Wilmer recorded career highs for catches (seven), yards (163) and touchdown receptions (three) in the victory. • Bobby Vega’s five touchdown passes were a career high. In fact, he came into last week’s game with six TD passes on the season. • Ryland Newman picked off two pass in a game for the second time in his career (Glenville State, 2009). That is also the last time an FSU player picked off two passes in a game. Newman now has 10 career interceptions, tying him for ninth on FSU’s all-time list. • Newman’s 87-yard kickoff return was the seventh-longest in Fairmont State history. • Johnny Dearstine hit a career-high three field goals against WVWC last week, including a career-long 38-yard attempt. He came into the game with just three field goals on the season. • Garrett Davis’s 11 tackles against the Bobcats were the most by any FSU player in any game this season. • Jake Kelly had a career-high eight tackles against the Bobcats. Kelly also recorded his first ever sack and forced fumble against Wesleyan.

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Game 7 | Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012 | Fairmont, W.Va. Fairmont State 54, Seton Hill 47

FAIRMONT, W.Va. -- Fairmont State’s Matt Wilmer hauled in a 19-yard touchdown pass from Bobby Vega to lift Fairmont State to a 54-47 win over Seton Hill on Saturday afternoon at Duvall-Rosier Field. FSU let a 20-point first half lead and a 16-point second half lead slip away before sealing the victory with the final score. Daniel Monroe was Fairmont State’s top rusher and receiver on the afternoon with 136 on the ground with three scores and 103 more receiving. Shad Alexander also contributed 98 yards rushing for the Falcons. Quarterback Bobby Vega was a tidy 14-of-26 for 245 yards and three touchdowns. Seton Hill had 486 yards of total offense on the day with 432 of that total coming through the air. Andrew Jackson was 32-of-61 with three touchdowns but was picked four times. The Griffins could not get the ground game going picking up just 54 yards on the ground for the day. Fairmont State’s Quincy Casimir, Scott Davidson, Ryan Watts and Lance Fullwood all recorded interceptions for the Falcons. Garrett Davis and Ryland Newman each recorded eight total tackles for the Falcons. FSU raced out to a 20-0 lead early in the second quarter on big plays with Monroe scoring on a 55-yard carry, C.J. Goodwin on a 31-yard TD reception, and Wilmer going 44 yards on a reverse. FSU was still in control after the teams traded touchdowns, but Seton Hill made a push late in the half to make it close. Bobby Vega was forced into an intentional grounding call in the end zone by Tyler Zimmer on a safety and then scored on its ensuing possession to make it 27-16 going into the break. The Griffins continued their momentum by gathering an on-side kick to start the second half and later scoring on a nine-yard touchdown reception by Lance Williams to pull with a field goal at 27-24. FSU would then score the game’s next 20 points on two touchdown carries by Monroe and one from Alford to make it 47-24 with 12:31 to go. SHU would go on a furious rally scoring 23 points in just under four minutes. After a Jackson touchdown pass, Johnathon Feagin scooped up a Monroe fumble and went 63 yards for a score to pull to within eight at 47-39. FSU was forced to punt deep in its own end on its next possession, Chris Kish could not handle the snap and Darius Turner recovered it in the end zone for the score. SHU executed the two-point conversion to knot the score at 47-47 with still 8:36 to go. After an FSU punt, Jackson was picked off by Davidson to set the Falcons up at their own 48 yard line with 4:06. Wilmer picked up a critical first down on third-and-nine with a 17-yard catch, and then would later give FSU the decisive score two plays later with just 1:20 left in the game. Jackson was picked off for the fourth time of the day to secure the Fairmont State win. Score

1

Seton Hill

2

3

4

Fairmont State

14

16

Team

Qtr

Time

Scoring play

FSU

1st

00:41

Goodwin 31 yd pass from Vega (J. Dearstine kick)

FSU FSU

SHU FSU

SHU SHU SHU FSU FSU FSU

SHU SHU SHU FSU

1st

2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

4th 4th 4th 4th 4th

11:14

12:57

10:00

06:42 01:22

00:32 13:22

06:03 04:17 12:31 11:18

10:36

08:36 01:20

13

23 14

Seton Hill 47 25 21-54 432 61-32-4 82-486 1-63 0-0 9-173 0-0 6-42.5 2-0 13-141 25:48 9 of 17 0 of 1 3-4

Fairmont State 54 25 54-283 245 26-14-0 80-528 0-0 3-63 4-107 4-30 3-39.0 3-2 13-109 34:12 6 of 14 0 of 1 4-5

Individual Statistic Leaders Rushing: FS-Daniel Monroe (19-136), Shad Alexander (11-98), Collin Alford (13-65); SHUPassing: FS-Bobby Vega (14-26--245), SHU-Andrew Jackson (32-61--432) Receiving: FS-Daniel Monroe (4-103), Chris St. Hilaire (4-56), Matt Wilmer (3-47); SHU-DJ Carter (13-138), Mike Allen (5-113), Niko Hall-Brown (5-92), Lance Williams (5-65) Tackles: FS-Ryland Newman (8-0--8), Garrett Davis (7-1--8), Jephte Leveille (5-1--6), Lance Fullwood (5-1--6); SHU-Tyler Zimmer (6-3--9), Xavier PerezCooley (6-2--8)

F

0

13

8

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

47

54

Monroe 55 yd run (J. Dearstine kick) Wilmer 44 yd run (J. Dearstine kick)

Carter 2 yd pass from Jackson (Cavalier kick)

St. Hilaire 28 yd pass from Vega (J. Dearstine kick) Tyler Zimmer safety

Austin Recker 0 yd fumble recovery (Cavalier kick)

Williams 9 yd pass from Jackson (Niko Hall-Brown pass) Monroe 11 yd run (J. Dearstine kick)

Monroe 4 yd run (J. Dearstine kick failed) Alford 4 yd run (J. Dearstine kick)

Allen 46 yd pass from Jackson (Eric Frye pass) J Feagin 63 yd fumble recovery (Cavalier kick)

Darius Turner 0 yd fumble recovery (Sean Kelley pass) Wilmer 19 yd pass from Vega (J. Dearstine kick)

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Offense

Jake Lilly 5-11, 200, Jr. Gary Saylor 6-0, 220, So.

Seton Hill Specialists Placekicker Punter Kick Returner 32 Andy Ellington 15 Brad Cox 29 Nate Pollard 5-10, 175, Fr. 5-10, 175, Sr. 5-8, 175, Sr. 38 Andy Huska 38 Andy Huska 86 Tiko Henderson 5-8, 160, Fr. 5-8, 160, Fr. 5-8, 185, Fr. Longsnapper Holder Punt Returner 44 Nick Spradlin 11 Albert Rose 25 Brandon Rogers 5-10, 175, Sr. 6-0, 175, Fr. 5-8, 185, Fr. 30 Josh Clark 15 Brad Cox 29 Nate Pollard 6-0, 200, Jr. 5-10, 175, Sr. 5-8, 175, Sr.

Concord Schedule/Results S1 LENOIR-RHYNE W, 24-21 S8 WINSTON-SALEM L, 22-30 S15 CHARLESTON L, 14-17 S22 at WV State W, 23-16 S29 at Shepherd L, 6-20 O6 GLENVILLE ST W,14-9 O13 at Seton Hill W, 29-26 O20 at Liberty L, 13-21 O27 FAIRMONT ST 1 p.m. N3 WEST LIBERTY 1 p.m. N10 at WV Wesleyan 1 p.m.

Fairmont State Specialists Placekicker Punter Punt Returner 38 Johnny Dearstine 48 Chris Kish 27 Matt Wilmer 5-9, 160, Fr. 5-10, 170, RFr. 6-0, 195, Sr. 48 Chris Kish 38 Johnny Dearstine 23 Ryland Newman 5-10, 170, RFr. 5-9, 160, Fr. 5-11, 185, Sr. Longsnapper Kick Returner Holder 47 C.J. Sanders 27 Matt Wilmer 12 Tyler Pate 6-2, 245, Fr. 6-0, 195, Sr. 5-11, 175, Fr. 45 Chris Stanton 7 Kenny Washington 58 Ryan Watts 6-0, 225, Sr. 5-7, 150, R-Fr. 6-0, 210, Jr.

A30 S6 S15 S22 S29 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10

at Clarion at Glenville at Bowie St. WEST LIB. at Charleston WVWC SETON HILL at Concord WV STATE at Shepherd

L 0-7 L, 21-41 L, 17-24 W, 25-20 L, 10-30 W, 49-32 W, 54-47 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m.

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Free Safety Bryan Wilson 5-11, 185, Jr. Ronnie Lockhart 5-10, 185, Jr.

Left Cornerback Left End Nose Right End Right Cornerback 23 Ryland Newman 53 Jake Kelly 92 Anthony Domico 55 Jephte Leveille 33 Scott Davidson 5-11, 185, Sr. 6-2, 230, Jr. 6-0, 280, Jr. 6-1, 255, So. 5-9, 175, Sr. 32 Matt Griffin 97 Andre Revere 66 Jarick Gee 53 Jake Kelly 41 Dominik Mensah 5-8, 180, Sr. So., 6-0, 285 6-1, 310, R-Fr. 6-2, 230, Jr. 6-0, 170, R-Fr. Bandit Sam LB Mike LB Will LB Spur 6 Quincy Casimir 58 Ryan Watts 5 Garrett Davis 49 Lance Fullwood 37 Daniel Strosnider 29 6-0, 190, R-Fr. 6-0, 210, Jr. 6-3, 215, Jr. 5-11, 205, Fr. 5-11, 200, Sr. 3 Ronnie Lockhart 45 Chris Stanton 58 Ryan Watts 52 Matt Larrubia 3 Ronnie Lockhart 3 5-10, 185, Jr. 6-0, 225, Sr. 6-0, 210, Jr. 6-0, 205, R-Fr. 5-10, 185, Jr.

Defensive End Nose Tackle Defensive End OLB ILB ILB 90 Silas Agyemang 99 Josh Miller 92 Spenser Jordan 41 Ervin Moore 3 Jimmy Keating 12 6-0, 267, Jr. 6-2, 300, Sr. 6-4, 260, Sr. 5-11, 225, Fr. 6-0, 220, Sr. 52 Keith Ferguson 50 Will Greathouse 36 Matt Anderson 45 Tre Preston 59 Stephen Baldwin 42 6-1, 274, So. 5-11, 247, So. 6-1, 240, Sr. 6-2, 235, So. 5-10, 225, So. OLB Cornerback Safety Safety Cornerback 9 Howard Jordan 29 Nate Pollard 19 Kevin Elliot 26 Davon Marion 1 Riyahd Richardson 6-1, 215, Sr. 5-8, 175, Sr. 6-0, 185, Sr. 5-11, 212, So. 5-10, 180, Jr. 44 Nick Spradlin 21 Mike Carey 27 Russell Bailey 30 Josh Clark 35 Rahman Kamara 5-10, 175, Sr. 5-10, 165, So. 6-2, 195, Jr. 6-0, 200, Jr. 6-0, 175, Fr.

Left Tackle Left Guard Center Right Guard Right Tackle Tight End 77 Tyler Billings 63 Josh Cottle 55 Cody Smith 73 CJ Tullio 56 Kevin Saylor 6 Andrew Lindner 6-4, 275, Fr. 6-2, 260, Fr. 6-0, 275, Sr. 6-1, 280, Sr. 6-1, 250, Fr. 6-2, 230, Sr. 76 Tyler Kerr 70 Sean Myers 63 Josh Cottle 70 Sean Myers 76 Tyler Kerr 34 Justin Bennett 6-6, 270, Fr. 6-4, 283, Fr. 6-2, 260, Fr. 6-4, 283, Fr. 6-6, 270, Fr. 6-2, 235, Fr. WR X WR H Quarterback Running Back Fullback WR Z 8 Ansel Ponder 86 Tiko Henderson 7 Evin Dusold 20 Cal. Jones 10 Ben Nester 17 Randall Hawkins 6-1, 190, Sr. 5-8, 185, Fr. 5-11, 170, Sr. 5-6, 185, Fr. 5-11, 185, So. 6-0, 205, Sr. 80 Dar. Williams 84 Tyler Smith 11 Albert Rose 16 Jocorey Robins 39 Josh Williams 5 DJ Holmes 6-1, 190, So. 6-0, 170, So. 6-0, 175, Fr. 5-9, 180, Fr. 5-10, 230, So. 6-1, 175, Fr.

Left Tackle Left Guard Center Right Guard Right Tackle Tight End 71 Chris Barfield 75 Jovon Wooten 64 Garon Belser 62 Joe Angotti 79 Chris Furbee 89 Sean Marion 6-3, 290, So. 6-2, 300, Fr. 6-3, 275, So. 6-2, 270, Sr. 6-5, 310, So. 6-2, 225, Sr. 74 Tyler Thompson 74 Tyler Thompson 72 Tyler Burch 75 Jovon Wooten 76 Garrett Stanley 47 C.J. Sanders 6-2, 290, So. 6-2, 290, So. 6-2, 270, RFr. 6-2, 300, Fr. 6-3, 255, Fr. 6-2, 245, Fr. WR X Slot Quarterback Tailback Fullback WR Z 27 Matt Wilmer 18 Chris St. Hilaire 1 Bobby Vega 28 Daniel Monroe 34 Brad Callan 4 C.J. Goodwin 6-0, 195, Sr. 5-9, 180, Jr. 6-2, 210, Jr. 5-10, 205, So. 5-11, 230, So. 6-3, 190, Jr. 4 C.J. Goodwin 7 Kenny Washington 12 Tyler Pate 22 Collin Alford 89 Sean Marion 8 Erem Ntui 6-3, 190, Jr. 5-7, 150, R-Fr. 5-11, 175, Fr. 5-9, 210, So. 6-2, 225, Sr. 6-4, 180, So.

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No. 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 25 26 27 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Name Riyahd Richardson Andrew Gondor Jimmy Keating Brian Novak Austin Tennessee D.J. Holmes Andrew Lindner Evin Dusold Ansel Ponder Howard Jordan Ben Nester Albert Rose Jake Lilly Zack Grossi Colton Cox Brad Cox Jocorey Robins Randall Hawkins Jeff Woods Kevin Elliott Calvinaugh Jones Mike Carey Chris Rodriguez Brandon Rogers Davon Marion Russell Bailey Nate Pollard Josh Clark Sam Wright Andrew Ellington Shaun Workinger Justin Bennett Rahman Kamara Matt Anderson Andrew Huska Josh Williams Aaron Law Ervin Moore Gary Saylor Shamel White Nick Spradlin Tre Preston Austin Dotson

Cl. JR JR SR FR FR FR SR SR SR SR SO FR JR SR SO SR FR SR FR SR FR SO JR FR SO JR SR JR FR FR FR FR FR SR FR SO FR FR SO FR SR SO FR

Pos. DB RB LB QB S WR TE WR WR LB FB QB LB QB WR P ATH WR CB DB RB DB RB DB DB DB DB DB RB K FB TE CB DL K/P FB S OLB LB DB OLB LB LB

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

Wt. 180 170 220 200 190 175 230 170 190 215 195 175 200 230 178 175 180 205 175 185 185 165 215 185 212 195 175 200 195 175 235 235 175 240 160 230 200 225 220 165 175 235 250

No. 47 48 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 62 63 64 66 67 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 80 81 84 86 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 98 99

Name Justin Lyles Cody Hannah Will Greathouse Jarad Skeens Keith Ferguson Stephen Miller Logan Jenkins Cody Smith Kevin Saylor Tony Miller Ray Bell Stephen Baldwin Coleman Osborne Marcus Walker Josh Cottle Logany Hartsog Mitch Hairston Mike Gibson Sean Myers Cody Parker Darius Carper C.J. Tuillo Eric Garland Frank Wright Tyler Kerr Tyler Billings Jacob McDougal Darrick Williams Ryan Stewart Tyler Smith Tiko Henderson Anthony Pyle Davon McGill Dalton Brindo Derril Thomas Silas Agyemang Kevin Pierre Spenser Jordan Luis Serrano Mike Hodeib Jonathan Hagins Khalil Sturdivent Paul Smith Josh Miller

Cl. FR SO SO FR SO FR FR SR FR FR SR SO FR SO FR FR SR FR FR JR JR SR FR FR FR FR FR SO SO SO FR SO FR FR FR JR FR SR FR SR FR FR FR SR

Pos. LB LB DL LB DL LB LB OL OL LB DL LB OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR WR WR DL WR TE WR DL OL DL DL DL LB LB DL DL

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

Concord Mountain Lions Wt. 220 210 247 215 274 215 225 275 250 210 270 225 250 290 260 240 295 280 283 275 305 280 255 270 270 275 275 190 170 170 185 249 200 220 170 267 261 260 260 260 205 220 265 300 No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41

Name Bobby Vega Shad Alexander Ronnie Lockhart C.J. Goodwin Garrett Davis Quincy Casimir Kenrick Washington Erem Ntui Darious Lane Leatis Jones Brandon Ashenfelter Tyler Pate Mark Sampson Nash Thomas Vondel Bell Trevor Malnick C.J. Collins Chris St. Hillaire Jordan Lacy Jordan Armstrong Dewey McDonald Collin Alford Ryland Newman Dicarius Banks Troy Thompkins Steve Marriott Matt Wilmer Daniel Monroe Bryan Wilson Bernard Saunders Matt Griffin Scott Davidson Brad Callan Jarrell Ross Jess Twyman Daniel Strosnider Johnny Dearstine Jay Phillips Wolf Shaw Dominik Mensah

Cl. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr.

Pos. QB RB DB WR LB FS WR WR DB DB QB QB WR WR WR LB WR WR QB DB DB RB DB DB DB DB WR RB DB RB RB DB RB DB Fr. DB K K DB DB

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

Wt. 210 180 185 190 215 190 160 180 180 170 225 175 195 140 180 215 170 180 175 165 215 210 185 165 190 190 195 205 185 185 180 175 230 185 160 200 160 190 190 170 No. 42 44 45 46 47 48 49 51 52 53 55 56 57 58 59 61 62 64 65 66 70 71 72 74 75 76 79 81 83 84 85 86 87 89 90 92 94 95 96 97

Name Cody Renzelli Tyler Benton Chris Stanton Marcus Teamer C.J. Sanders Chris Kish Lance Fullwood Wyatt Nelson Matt Larrubia Jake Kelly Jephte Leveille Curtis Crabtree Kris Wariner Ryan Watts Dusty McCulley Cody Blankenship Joe Angotti Garon Belser Nick Schrader Jarick Gee Carl Pierre-Louis Chris Barfield Tyler Burch Tyler Thompson Jovon Wooten Garrett Stanley Chris Furbee Easton Hutton Nick Alvaro Jakob Streyle Moe Hython Casey Horn Colton Burr Sean Marion Jordan Greathouse Anthony Domico Tyler Phillips Britton Beard Gavan Duffy Andre Revere

Cl. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So.

Pos. LB LB LB DB TE K LB LB LB DE DE OL LB LB DE OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR TE WR WR TE TE DE DL DL DL P DL

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

Wt. 175 195 225 180 245 170 205 195 205 230 255 275 210 210 225 300 275 275 290 310 320 290 270 290 300 255 310 170 160 245 185 170 210 225 240 275 235 210 180 285

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Daniel Strosnider: Mr. Reliable (published Sept 27) By Duane Cochran for FightingFalcons.com Reliable is defined as being dependable in achievement, accuracy and honesty. On Fairmont State University’s football team reliable is defined as Daniel Strosnider. In the last three-and-a-half years no Falcon has played in more games than Strosnider, a 5-11, 200-pound senior spur or outside linebacker/defensive back from Morgantown. Since stepping foot on FSU’s campus in the fall of 2009 Strosnider has been a positive force for the Falcons both on and off of the field. He never redshirted as a freshman and has played in all 37 games since he first donned the maroon and white compiling 124 total tackles, including 83 solo stops and 20 tackles for losses. He also has four career sacks and a pair of interceptions. “He preaches and preaches to us that he’s going to sell out every day for us on the field and he does it,” said Falcon senior cornerback Ryland Newman, who has played 36 games with Strosnider. “I love playing with Daniel Strosnider. I’ve been playing with him now for four years and about the best complement I could pay him is you can always count on him. Always. “He’s smart. He’s got some speed. He’s physical and he knows the game extremely well. He’s the complete package both on and off the field. I can’t say enough good things about the guy.” Sixth-year Fairmont State head coach Mike Lopez feels the same way. “The young man is phenomenal,” said Lopez, who recruited Strosnider out of Morgantown High School. “He’s really an outstanding person. From the moment I first recruited him until now he’s been nothing but a joy to be around. “He’s a rarity. He’s got very strong Christian beliefs and a strong Christian background which allows him to be a good leader for us. He’s truly a guy who leads by example. He walks the walk. Our guys will tell you without question he’s a great teammate.” Despite the lofty praise he receives from his teammates and coaching staff Strosnider is a player and person who remains very humble and grounded. He has a clear focus of what he wants to accomplish both on the field for the Falcons and off of it in his everyday life. “I’ve always wanted to be someone my team can rely on,” he said. “That’s so important to me. That’s been a goal for me since I first got here. Now, it’s hard to believe I’m in my senior season, but I’ve really tried to take that philosophy to a whole new level this fall. I not only want to be a leader for

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this football team, but a good leader. I try to make the most of every opportunity I’m afforded in my life. You only get so many in your life time and I truly believe you need to try to make the most of them.” Strosnider is majoring in education at Fairmont State and in the future would love to both teach and coach football. For the past two summers Strosnider has worked as a head counselor for FSU’s Falcon Center Summer Day Camp, which is open to children between the ages of 6-12 and is a camp designed to keep the children active while providing education on the importance of physical activity, nutrition and social skills. He says the experience for him has been very rewarding. “Quite often people will ask me why do I want to do that and I just feel like at those ages kids are like sponges,” said Strosnider. “They’ll soak up about everything you try to teach and tell them. They’re willing to learn. They want to learn and I’ve always felt if I can be a positive role model in a little boy or little girl’s life and have an influence on a decision that they might make down the road in their lives then I’ve done something good. “If I can affect just one child in my classroom in a positive way every year for 20 years then I’ve affected a lot of kids. I’ve made them better people and that’s something that’s very important to me and very close to my heart. Nowadays especially little boys need a positive male role model in their lives. I’m just trying to fill that role for those who need it and help some of these kids out.” Strosnider’s work and interaction with the children at the day camp is extraordi-

nary. He is, without question, a favorite of the campers. “Daniel’s really good with the kids,” said junior counselor Haley Cochran, who worked with Strosnider this past summer at the camp. “They love being around him. He has a real understanding of the kids and is very good at working with them on their level. He has fun with them, comforts them if they need it and makes every day an enjoyable, positive and rewarding experience for them.” Strosnider, along with football teammates Bryan Wilson and Matt Wilmer are the leaders of the Bible study group on campus which is another important aspect of his multifaceted life. “Jamal Womble started it and kind of turned it over to myself, Bryan and Matt and it’s really grown,” said Strosnider. “We meet on Wednesdays and we’re seeing new people join us on a consistent basis. “That’s something that’s always been important to me and, to be honest, I think it’s helping our team out. Some kids on our team who may not have a strong spiritual belief have come and joined our Bible study group and you can see the growth in their relationship with God. “I feel fortunate to have the ability to play football, but it is just a game and regardless of what the score or outcome is every week I’m still going to give praise to God for allowing me to do what I do every day. I’ve been blessed. I’ve had a good career here, a good life and I’m certainly looking forward to the future and the new challenges that are awaiting me.”

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Bryan Wilson: A Whirlwind (published Sept 13) By Duane Cochran for FightingFalcons.com Fairmont State’s Bryan Wilson doesn’t have to worry about ever being mistaken for the Beach Boys co-founder of the same name but nowadays he can certainly identify with the band’s first number one hit in the United States “I Get Around.” Wilson, you see, has played a variety of roles for the Falcons since he first arrived on campus in the fall of 2009. His first three seasons, including one in which he was redshirted, Wilson served as a backup to Dewey McDonald at free safety. When Wilson hit the field for the first time in the fall of 2010 he earned a job on special teams for FSU in addition to seeing time as a backup to McDonald. In two years he recorded 26 total tackles, broke up five passes, intercepted one and recovered one fumble. This past spring Fairmont’s coaching staff asked Wilson to move to spur or outside linebacker behind senior Daniel Strosnider. Just as he was settling in there nicely in fall camp, McDonald suffered a broken arm which forced him to take a medical redshirt for the season and prompted the FSU coaches to ask Wilson to split time between both his new and old positions. Then, in the second half of the season opener against Clarion (Pa.) University McDonald’s replacement at free safety, Leatis Jones, suffered a knee injury forcing Wilson into the starting role in his old familiar spot. “It’s been a little bit of a whirlwind for me going from free to spur and back to free again,” said Wilson with a laugh. “The good thing is as a free safety you kind of have to know what the job of every position on the defense is because you’re responsible for a lot of the calls and getting people in the right spots. I was just starting to get a little comfortable with spur in fall camp when Dewey went down and the coaches asked me to take reps at both positions. Losing Dewey was huge for us. You just don’t replace a player of his caliber. “Then Leatis went down which was even worse for us. Losing two guys at that spot is tough. The good thing for me and our team is I at least had a few years of experience playing the free safety spot for us. I’m comfortable there and hopefully the guys on the team are comfortable with me being there.” They are. In fact McDonald, who was a two-time, first-team All-West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference selection for the Falcons at free safety, says the position is in good hands with Wilson.

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“Wilson is a guy we all know we can count on,” said McDonald. “You never have to worry about him as a player. As my backup he pushed me to levels as a player that he doesn’t even know he pushed me to. He definitely made me work hard and perform at a high level because that’s how he operates every day. He prides himself on being a real student of the game. He’s always prepared and he’s always going to give you everything he’s got when he’s on the field.” FSU defensive coordinator Shahram Shafii agrees. “Bryan Wilson is a one-of-a-kind player,” said Shafii. “He’s been a role model for our team both on and off of the field ever since he got here. He comes into the film room every day with a notebook which is about the size of an encyclopedia and is full of notes. When we’re watching film and he makes a mistake and I correct him he’s writing it down so he can correct it the next time we’re on the field for practice. He comes in every day with different goals of what he wants to accomplish on that given day. “He’s just a very driven kid. It doesn’t matter whether he’s playing one snap or a thousand he brings the same positive, hardworking attitude with him every single day. He’s a great kid and a great player. We’re very fortunate to have him, especially now in the situation that we’re in.” Wilson, who is from Cary, N.C., is the second youngest of six boys in his family. He has one brother, Andrew, who plays minor league baseball in the Atlanta Braves organization and another who is in the military special forces. “I was the brother who got picked on all of the time,” he said jokingly. “I wasn’t the baby so I couldn’t get away with anything. I think growing up with that many boys made me a little tougher. In fact, I know it did and it definitely helped to prepare me for college football.” His father Berk is a minister and his mother Barbara works for an insurance company with former Falcon wide receiver Scott Thistle, who helped get Wilson to Fairmont State. “I had never even heard of Fairmont State until Scott Thistle told me about it,” he said. “I owe him a lot. He trained me from my sophomore year until I was a freshman here and I still train with him until this day when I go back home. He really helped me develop in all areas, especially running with the proper form. I ran about a 4.7 40-yard dash when

I was a sophomore and thanks to Scott I was down to a legitimate 4.5 by the time I was a senior. “Scott made a couple of calls for me. We sent a tape up here and they offered me a scholarship. Having five brothers my parents said I had to pay my own way for school so I jumped at the opportunity and it’s been a good fit for me being here.” Wilson credits his parents for raising him with good, solid values and ethics. He, along with fellow FSU football players Daniel Strosnider and Matt Wilmer and former Falcon basketball player Jamal Womble, are the leaders of a bible study group on campus. “Above all God is first and foremost in my life. Then parents, family and football,” said Wilson. “Spirituality always been a very big part of my life and I’m thankful for that. Believe me I’ve had plenty of opportunities to throw things away and do my own thing, but I think thanks to my parents, God and the way I was raised I’ve been able to make some wise decisions and choices. “I really enjoy doing what I do with Stro, Wilmer and Jamal. I always have them to lean on. When I came up here I knew no one. Jamal was one of the first people I met and he always encouraged me and was there for me to talk to. Believe me that first year I talked to him a lot about a lot of things. He, and my parents, really helped me make the adjustment to being on my own and being here away from home my freshman year.” In addition to football, Wilson is also a standout in the classroom. He is majoring in sports management and is an academic achievement award winner on the football team. He also works part time at the school’s Falcon Center and likes to organize footballwatching get togethers and game nights be it electronic or board games with his teammates. “I’ve always enjoyed doing that and I really try to include the freshmen on our team because I remember what it was like being a freshman and adjusting to college life,” he said. “I’ve really never enjoyed going out. I just try to give people other options or alternatives and let them know there’s other things to do and other ways to have fun. “I love watching games and I like playing games like NCAA Football or simple board games. In fact, (FSU linebacker) Ryan Watts and I have really been getting into board games lately. We have some good battles.” Whatever the game you can expect Bryan Wilson to be on top of it.

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Bobby Vega: Ready For The Chance (published Aug. 20) By Duane Cochran for FightingFalcons.com When Bobby Vega wrapped up his junior college football career at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Ill., all he wanted was the opportunity to go to a four-year school and compete for a starting job. Vega, a 6-2, 210 junior quarterback, got his wish when Fairmont State University came calling. The Falcons already had two-year starter Logan Moore in the fold when Vega enrolled at FSU in January, but Fairmont’s coaching staff was adamant about adding quality depth to a crucial position on their roster. Vega was coming off his sophomore and final season at the College of DuPage where he completed 157 of 264 passes (59.4 percent) for 1,987 yards and 23 touchdowns. He was intercepted 10 times. “You go back to our season last year when Logan got hurt against Bowie State here, it changed the whole course of our season,” said FSU head coach Mike Lopez. “I promised the staff that I’d never let that happen again.” Vega wasted little time turning heads in spring drills with his live arm and leadership qualities. Moore and Vega engaged in a friendly, but competitive battle for the top spot in FSU’s offense which culminated in the annual FSU Maroon-White Spring Game.

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In that contest Vega connected on 12-of-24 passes for 196 yards and one TD. The stage appeared to be set for a good battle for the starting job between the two in August, but Moore opted to enroll at West Virginia University, leaving the job to Vega. Despite losing Moore, the Falcons still solved their issue with depth at the position adding Tyler Pate from Hurricane, W.Va., and Brandon Ashenfelter from Martinsburg, W.Va. “First and foremost I think I’ve been blessed with the opportunity that I’ve been given here at Fairmont State,” said Vega. “Unfortunately Logan left here and I have nothing but best wishes for him. He was definitely a big part of this program and this offense. I believe we both could have been used in the right way here to help this team. “I came here just wanting to compete for a job. I didn’t ask for anything but a chance and I got that chance and now it’s up to me to make the most of it. I’m in the so-called driver’s seat to run this offense and it’s up to me to get the job done.” The good news for Vega, who starred in high school in Florida at Miami’s Felix Varela Senior High, is that he’ll be surrounded this fall by a plethora of returning starters including WVIAC Offensive Freshman of the Year running back Daniel Monroe, receivers Chris

St. Hilaire, Mark Sampson and Matt Wilmer, tight end Sean Marion and first-team allleague tackle Chris Barfield to name a few. “I feel like we’re going to be solid on offense,” said Vega. “We have some depth now on the offensive line. The coaches recruited very well in that area. I also think we have great wide receivers in St. Hilaire, Wilmer, Sampson and some young guys who are talented. Then we have Monroe, who before he got hurt last year was having a great season. “We have talent. It just has to all come together. Right now we really need to work on building team chemistry. That’s a big part of success.” Vega returned to Fairmont from Miami in mid-summer and began preparing himself to run the offense. “As soon as I got back I called some of the guys who were here to get together and throw some to keep my arm loose and in shape,” he said. “I also wanted to work on timing with them. I also watched film a lot. I didn’t have a lot on myself. I watched the spring game quite a few times and I’ve tried to correct my mistakes. I’m a player who believes you can always learn and you can always improve. I feel like I’ve put my work in. Now let’s see if it pays off.” Lopez is one individual who believes it will. “Bobby’s a great kid who has been very mature from day one here,” said Lopez. “Bobby is our guy. I’m comfortable saying that. He has a great work ethic and very good leadership skills. He’s cool and calm and he possesses a big arm and good feet. I think he’s a good fit for our offense and I’ll say this – I sleep very well at night knowing he’s going to be the guy running our offense.”

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Scott Davidson: Finding The Phantom (published Aug. 23) By Duane Cochran for FightingFalcons.com Like an onion, there’s a lot of layers to Fairmont State University senior football player Scott Davidson. There’s Scott Davidson the double major in communications and graphic technology who is a member of the Dean’s List. There’s Scott Davidson the two-month intern at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Fairmont who has been No. 1 in home city sales in each of the two months he’s been there. There’s Scott Davidson the student of the game, master technician and a leader of the FSU secondary from his cornerback position. And there’s Scott Davidson the “Phantom,” a self-proclaimed moniker he gave himself in high school to best describe his on-field persona. “The guy is sneaky good,” said FSU receiver Chris St. Hilaire. “He’s very good at disguising what he’s going to do. You may think he’s going to do one thing and he’ll do the complete opposite. He’s also great at reading receivers and routes. He’ll recognize if a receiver is going to break down and cut off the route or if he’s going to make a move and go deep. “He’s a very intelligent player who has good feet and his technique is the best. If I’m running an out he’s right on my hip. If I run a comeback he’s right behind me. If I go deep he’s still right on my hip. The guy is always where he’s supposed to be. I think he’s one of the best corners in our league.” Since he first arrived on Fairmont State’s campus three years ago Davidson, who did not redshirt out of Columbus, Ohio’s Eastmoor Academy, has taken a very mature and business-like approach to the way he does pretty much everything in his life. “My dad wasn’t in my life growing up,” he said. “My mother, Deborah, raised my sister Donna and I. She’s the strongest person I know. She can handle pretty much anything. I think I’ve seen her cry maybe once in my life. I draw a lot of my strength as a person from her. I respect her so much and know I can always turn to her if I need anything. “I think because of my situation I had to mature a lot faster than maybe most males do. The closest thing I had to a father figure growing up was one of my high school coaches, James Miranda, who is a great guy that I still talk to from time to time. He had a real positive influence on me.” Once he was in Fairmont’s camp in the fall of 2009, it didn’t take the Falcon coaches long to recognize Davidson’s potential.

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“The one thing I know for certain about Scotty Davidson is from the first day he arrived here at Fairmont he’s always separated himself both on and off the field as a leader and as a mature adult,” said FSU defensive coordinator Shahram Shafii. “He’s always aspired to be great. Athletically there’s times he may not have the same skill set as people who line up beside him or across from him, but technique-wise he’s phenomenal. He’s one of the hardest workers we have. “You tell me he had success working at Enterprise, well, it wouldn’t surprise me at the end of the day if he owned Enterprise,” Shafii continued. “That’s the type of kid he is. I love him. He’s great at teaching and working with our young guys and having him on the field makes me, as a coach, a lot more comfortable.” Davidson heads into his senior season with 60 total tackles, 43 of which are solo stops. He also has three career interceptions and eight pass breakups. “I can hardly believe it’s my senior season already,” said Davidson. “I’m looking for good things from both myself and our team this year.

“I’ve had a great three years here and am looking forward to a fourth. I’m going to miss a lot of things about here – my teammates and the coaching staff. I’ve learned so much. The coaches have been great. They make you laugh and they make you cry, but at the end of the day they teach you something about football and life and I’ve tried to learn and apply as much of what I’ve been taught as possible.” And as for his “Phantom” persona? “In life you have to have a couple of different personas,” said Davidson with a laugh. “You can’t just be you all of the time. Off the field I’m definitely Scott Davidson. I’m a fun guy who is easy to get along with. On the field I’m more business-like. When you play this game you’ve got to have a certain confidence or swagger. Hence the phantom. “At first in high school the guys used to call me Master Lock. That was nice but I couldn’t get anywhere with that. I tried to play it in my head and it just went no where. We had this thing in high school called super hero day and I told everyone I was going to come as the Phantom. They were like ‘What, no way.’ I dressed up in all black tights with black shoes, a cape and a mask and called myself the Phantom. From that point on it stuck and I ran with it. I tried to do different things on the field which would make me seem like a phantom. I remember quarterbacks telling me a lot that it seemed like I came out of no where. I liked that.” Davidson will graduate in May with two degrees from FSU. In the future he says he wouldn’t mind parlaying his internship at Enterprise into a full-time position. “Hopefully after I graduate and pass my skills and grills test with Enterprise they’ll hire me as a full-time management assistant,” said Davidson. “After that I can pretty much go wherever there’s an opening. “I kind of have a knack for public relations, marketing, sales and things like that. In sales you have to have a strategy. It’s just like football. Every game isn’t the same and every customer isn’t the same. I like it there (at Enterprise) because it’s not a scam. Everything is real, down to earth and legit. You explain everything up front and you don’t have to worry about people coming back and saying I didn’t know this or that. “I’m ready for life and ready to get things started. I’ve pretty much had my life planned out since I was about 15. I know where I want to be and what steps I have to take to get there.”

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Fairmont State Fairmont State Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games Team Statistics SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rus hing Pas sing Penal ty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Com p- Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONESCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games Score by Quarters Fairmont State Opponents

FSU 176 25.1 126 43 69 14 812 1138 326 241 3.4 116.0 6 1635 130-257-8 6.4 12.6 233.6 14 2447 498 4.9 349.6 28-754 20-313 11-127 26.9 15.6 11.5 10-7 66-624 89.1 34-1169 34.4 31.8 31:2 8 34/109 31% 5/15 33% 13-88 91 23 6-11 0-0 (18-24) 75% (12-24) 50% (18-20) 90% 3844 3/1281

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

39 31

33 69

48 46

56 48

0 7

Total 176 201

OPP 201 28.7 138 49 75 14 958 1129 171 241 4.0 136.9 7 1743 139-249-11 7.0 12.5 249.0 15 2701 490 5.5 385.9 33-726 6-37 8-69 22.0 6.2 8.6 10-4 63-643 91.9 38-1370 36.1 27.8 30:3 9 37/102 36% 4/11 36% 26-191 -8 26 4-10 1-2 (14-21) 67% (11-21) 52% (21-22) 95% 7596 4/1899 0/0


Fairmont State Fairmont State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games Rushing

Daniel Monroe Shad Alexander Collin Alford Matt Wilmer Ryland Newman Matt Griffin Brandon Ashenfelter Chris Kish TEAM Bobby Vega Total Opponents Passing

Bobby Vega TEAM Total Opponents Receiving

Chris St. Hilaire Matt Wilmer Charaun Goodwin Mark Sampson Daniel Monroe Kenrick Washington Sean Marion Collin Alford Ryland Newman Shad Alexander C.J. Sanders Matt Griffin Total Opponents

gp

gain loss

net avg

td

lg avg/g

Punt Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

6 109 627 58 4 26 176 7 5 33 166 14 7 9 67 5 7 10 35 6 7 4 9 0 3 2 5 0 7 1 0 19 7 6 0 23 7 41 53 194 7 241 1138 326 7 241 1129 171

569 5.2 169 6.5 152 4.6 62 6.9 29 2.9 9 2.2 5 2.5 -19 -19.0 -23 -3.8 -141 -3.4 812 3.4 958 4.0

4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 7

73 94.8 49 42.2 38 30.4 44 8.9 14 4.1 4 1.3 5 1.7 0 -2.7 0 -3.3 11 -20.1 73 116.0 84 136.9

Matt Wilmer Ryland Newman Total Opponents

17 3 20 6

226 13.3 87 29.0 313 15.6 37 6.2

39 38 39 12

Interceptions

no.

yds avg td

lg

Scott Davidson Ryland Newman Ryan Watts Lance Fullwood Trevor Malnick Quincy Casmir Daniel Strosnider Bryan Wilson Total Opponents

3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 8

8 39 8 22 37 0 13 0 127 69

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

10 39 8 22 37 0 13 0 39 27

Kick Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

Matt Wilmer Kenrick Washington Ryland Newman Jordan Armstrong C.J. Sanders Chris Stanton Total Opponents

12 8 5 1 1 1 28 33

321 189 225 2 10 7 754 726

Fumble Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

0 0.0 0 0.0 109 36.3

0 0 63

gp

att

effic comp-att-int

7 116.23 130-256-8 7 0.00 0-1-0 7 115.77 130-257-8 7 125.67 139-249-11 gp

no.

yds td

lg avg/g

50.8 1635 14 0.0 0 0 50.6 1635 14 55.8 1743 15

pct

83 233.6 0 0.0 83 233.6 59 249.0

yds

avg

td

lg avg/g

6 33 397 7 23 403 7 15 265 5 15 179 6 11 148 7 9 77 7 6 73 5 6 32 7 5 18 4 4 23 7 2 22 7 1 -2 7 130 1635 7 139 1743

12.0 17.5 17.7 11.9 13.5 8.6 12.2 5.3 3.6 5.8 11.0 -2.0 12.6 12.5

3 5 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 14 15

36 66.2 47 57.6 83 37.9 44 35.8 49 24.7 17 11.0 38 10.4 13 6.4 8 2.6 17 5.8 15 3.1 0 -0.3 83 233.6 59 249.0

Ryland Newman Total Opponents

0 0 3

2.7 19.5 8.0 22.0 37.0 0.0 13.0 0.0 11.5 8.6

26.8 23.6 45.0 2.0 10.0 7.0 26.9 22.0

0 1 1 0

1 100 0 42 0 87 0 2 0 10 0 7 1 100 0 50

1 1 4


Fairmont State Fairmont State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games

Scoring

td

Matt Wilmer Johnny Dearstine Daniel Monroe Charaun Goodwin Chris St. Hilaire Collin Alford Ryland Newman Mark Sampson Anthony Domico Bobby Vega Total Opponents

7 - 6-11 4 4 3 2 2 1 - - 23 6-11 26 4-10

Field Goals

Johnny Dearstine

fg

fg

kick

18-20 18-20 21-22

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf pts

Total Offense

g plays

rush

0-1 0-1 1-1

Bobby Vega Daniel Monroe Shad Alexander Collin Alford Matt Wilmer Ryland Newman Matt Griffin Brandon Ashenfelter Chris Kish TEAM Total Opponents

7 6 4 5 7 7 7 3 7 7 7 7

-141 1635 1494 213.4 569 0 569 94.8 169 0 169 42.2 152 0 152 30.4 62 0 62 8.9 29 0 29 4.1 9 0 9 1.3 5 0 5 1.7 -19 0 -19 -2.7 -23 0 -23 -3.3 812 1635 2447 349.6 958 1743 2701 385.9

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

-

- 42 - 36 - 24 - 24 - 18 - 12 - 12 6 1 2 0 1 176 2 201

pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99

6-11 54.5 0-0

2-3

4-7

0-1

FG Sequence

Fairmont State

Opponents

Clarion University Glenville State Bowie State West Liberty Charleston WVWC Seton Hill

42 (22),38,29 (36) (31) (21),(35),(38),39 39

29 (37),(34) 44,35,41,(24) 31 39,(44) -

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

0-0

297 109 26 33 9 10 4 2 1 7 498 490

lg blk

Punting

no.

38

Chris Kish TEAM Total Opponents

34 1137 33.4 63 0 32 0.0 17 34 1169 34.4 63 38 1370 36.1 57

Kickoffs

no.

Johnny Dearstine Chris Kish Total Opponents

36 2068 57.4 2 80 40.0 38 2148 56.5 35 1927 55.1

0

yds avg

pass

yds avg

lg tb

total avg/g

fc i20 50+ blk

2 11 15 0 0 0 2 11 15 0 2 5

tb ob retn

4 0 4 4

1 0 1 2

3 0 3 0

net ydln

0 1 1 22.0 34.8 3 26.9 30.7

30 34


Fairmont State Fairmont State Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games All Purpose

g

rcv

pr

kr

Matt Wilmer Daniel Monroe Ryland Newman Chris St. Hilaire Kenrick Washing Charaun Goodwi Shad Alexander Collin Alford Mark Sampson Sean Marion Trevor Malnick C.J. Sanders Lance Fullwood Daniel Strosnide Scott Davidson Ryan Watts Matt Griffin Chris Stanton Brandon Ashenf Jordan Armstron Chris Kish TEAM Bobby Vega Total Opponents

7 62 403 6 569 148 7 29 18 6 0 397 7 0 77 7 0 265 4 169 23 5 152 32 5 0 179 7 0 73 5 0 0 7 0 22 7 0 0 7 0 0 6 0 0 7 0 0 7 9 -2 7 0 0 3 5 0 6 0 0 7 -19 0 7 -23 0 7 -141 0 7 812 1635 7 958 1743

rush

226 0 87 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 313 37

321 0 225 0 189 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 2 0 0 0 754 726

ir

total avg/g

0 1012 144.6 0 717 119.5 39 398 56.9 0 397 66.2 0 266 38.0 0 265 37.9 0 192 48.0 0 184 36.8 0 179 35.8 0 73 10.4 37 37 7.4 0 32 4.6 22 22 3.1 13 13 1.9 8 8 1.3 8 8 1.1 0 7 1.0 0 7 1.0 0 5 1.7 0 2 0.3 0 -19 -2.7 0 -23 -3.3 0 -141 -20.1 127 3641 520.1 69 3533 504.7


Fairmont State Fairmont State Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games ## 5 55 23 29 37 3 49 33 58 53 52 6 16 97 66 41 90 45 92 20 10 40 26 32 1 89 38 18 43 17 11 22 74 7 27 4

DefensiveLeaders

Garrett Davis Jephte Leveille Ryland Newman Bryan Wilson Daniel Strosnider Ronnie Lockhart Lance Fullwood Scott Davidson Ryan Watts Jake Kelly Matt Larrubia Quincy Casmir Trevor Malnick Andre Revere Jarick Gee Dominik Mensah Jordan Greathouse Chris Stanton Anthony Domico Jordan Armstrong Leatis Jones Wolf Shaw Steve Marriott Matt Griffin Bobby Vega Sean Marion Johnny Dearstine Chris St. Hilaire Dylan Tandy C.J. Collins Brandon Ashenfelter Collin Alford Tyler Thompson Kenrick Washington Matt Wilmer Charaun Goodwin Total Opponents

gp

ua

a

Tackles tot

5 7 7 6 7 7 7 6 7 6 6 5 5 7 6 5 2 7 7 6 1 4 7 7 7 7 7 6 1 4 3 5 5 7 7 7 7 7

33 29 32 25 24 22 20 21 17 11 14 17 14 8 11 9 4 7 5 6 6 5 3 2 . 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 356 347

9 10 5 6 7 6 7 6 9 14 11 2 5 7 1 1 6 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . 126 107

42 39 37 31 31 28 27 27 26 25 25 19 19 15 12 10 10 9 8 7 7 6 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 482 454

tfl/yds

Sacks no-yds

Pass defense int-yds brup

3-3 6-16 1-6 1-2 6-36 3-4 3-11 . 8-30 2-15 1-8 1-1 5-20 1-6 . 1-1 . . 4-7 . . 2-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-171 62-295

. 3-11 . . 2-20 . 1-7 . 3-20 1-10 . . 1-10 1-6 . 1-1 . . 1-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-88 26-191

. . 2-39 1-0 1-13 . 1-22 3-8 1-8 . . 1-0 1-37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-127 8-69

3 1 6 . 2 3 . 5 1 . . . . . . 1 . . 1 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 37

qbh

5 1 . . . . . . 5 . 2 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 4

Fumbles rcv-yds

ff

blkd kick

saf

. . . 1-0 . . . . . . 1-0 . 1-0 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-0 7-109

. . . 1 . 1 . . 1 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 5

. . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 3 3

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2


Fairmont State Fairmont State Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games

* * * * *

Date Aug 30, 2012 Sep 06, 2012 Sep 15, 2012 Sep 22, 2012 Sep 29, 2012 Oct 13, 2012 Oct 20, 2012

Opponent at Clarion University at Glenville State at Bowie State WEST LIBERTY at Charleston WVWC SETON HILL

Rushing

Daniel Monroe Shad Alexander Collin Alford Matt Wilmer Ryland Newman Matt Griffin Brandon Ashenfelter Chris Kish TEAM Bobby Vega Total Opponents Passing

Bobby Vega TEAM Total Opponents Receiving

Chris St. Hilaire Matt Wilmer Charaun Goodwin Mark Sampson Daniel Monroe Kenrick Washington Sean Marion Collin Alford Ryland Newman Shad Alexander C.J. Sanders Matt Griffin Total Opponents

gp

att

Score 0-7 21-41 17-24 25-20 10-30 49-32 54-47

L L L W L W W

Att. 4227 1000 1041 1212 1328 1273 1359

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

gain loss

net avg

td

lg avg/g

6 109 627 58 4 26 176 7 5 33 166 14 7 9 67 5 7 10 35 6 7 4 9 0 3 2 5 0 7 1 0 19 7 6 0 23 7 41 53 194 7 241 1138 326 7 241 1129 171

569 5.2 169 6.5 152 4.6 62 6.9 29 2.9 9 2.2 5 2.5 -19 -19.0 -23 -3.8 -141 -3.4 812 3.4 958 4.0

4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 7

73 94.8 49 42.2 38 30.4 44 8.9 14 4.1 4 1.3 5 1.7 0 -2.7 0 -3.3 11 -20.1 73 116.0 84 136.9

gp

effic comp-att-int

pct

7 116.23 130-256-8 7 0.00 0-1-0 7 115.77 130-257-8 7 125.67 139-249-11 gp

no.

yds td

lg avg/g

50.8 1635 14 0.0 0 0 50.6 1635 14 55.8 1743 15

83 233.6 0 0.0 83 233.6 59 249.0

yds

avg

td

lg avg/g

6 33 397 7 23 403 7 15 265 5 15 179 6 11 148 7 9 77 7 6 73 5 6 32 7 5 18 4 4 23 7 2 22 7 1 -2 7 130 1635 7 139 1743

12.0 17.5 17.7 11.9 13.5 8.6 12.2 5.3 3.6 5.8 11.0 -2.0 12.6 12.5

3 5 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 14 15

36 66.2 47 57.6 83 37.9 44 35.8 49 24.7 17 11.0 38 10.4 13 6.4 8 2.6 17 5.8 15 3.1 0 -0.3 83 233.6 59 249.0

Overall 3-4 3-2 0-2

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushi ng P assing P enalty RUSHINGYARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSINGYARDAGE C omp-A tt-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTALOFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIMEOFPOSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions Interceptions

no.

Scott Davidson Ryland Newman Bryan Wilson Trevor Malnick Ryan Watts Lance Fullwood Daniel Strosnider Quincy Casmir

3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Punting Field Goals

fg

pct. 01-19

20-29

30-39

40-49

50-99

lg blk

Johnny Dearstine

6-11

54.5 0-0

2-3

4-7

0-1

0-0

38

Scoring

td

Matt Wilmer Johnny Dearstine Charaun Goodwin Daniel Monroe Chris St. Hilaire Ryland Newman Collin Alford Mark Sampson Anthony Domico Bobby Vega Total Opponents

7 - 6-11 4 4 3 2 2 1 - - 23 6-11 26 4-10

Score by Quarters Fairmont State Opponents

fg

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

kick

18-20 18-20 21-22

0-1 0-1 1-1

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

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

39 31

33 69

48 46

56 48

0 7

Total 176 201

-

pts

- 42 - 36 - 24 - 24 - 18 - 12 - 12 6 1 2 0 1 176 2 201

Home 3-0 3-0 0-0

0

Away 0-4 0-2 0-2

FSU 126 43 69 14 812 241 3.4 116.0 6 1635 130-257-8 6.4 12.6 233.6 14 2447 4.9 349.6 28-754 20-313 11-127 10-7 66-624 34-34.4 31: 28 34/109 5/15 yds avg td

8 39 0 37 8 22 13 0

2.7 19.5 0.0 37.0 8.0 22.0 13.0 0.0

34 1137 33.4 63 0 32 0.0 17

PuntReturns

no.

Matt Wilmer Ryland Newman Total Opponents

17 3 20 6

KickReturns

no.

Matt Wilmer Kenrick Washington Ryland Newman Jordan Armstrong Chris Stanton C.J. Sanders Total Opponents

12 8 5 1 1 1 28 33

AllPurpose

g

Matt Wilmer Daniel Monroe Ryland Newman Chris St. Hilaire Kenrick Washingt Total Opponents

7 6 7 6 7 7 7

rush

OPP 138 49 75 14 958 241 4.0 136.9 7 1743 139-249-11 7.0 12.5 249.0 15 2701 5.5 385.9 33-726 6-37 8-69 10-4 63-643 38-36.1 30 :39 37/102 4/11

lg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

10 39 0 37 8 22 13 0

no. yds avg lg tb

Chris Kish TEAM

fc i20 50+ blk

2 11 15 0 0 0

yds avg td

lg

226 87 313 37

0 1 1 0

39 38 39 12

yds avg td

lg

321 189 225 2 7 10 754 726 rcv

13.3 29.0 15.6 6.2 26.8 23.6 45.0 2.0 7.0 10.0 26.9 22.0 pr

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

1 0

3 0

1 100 0 42 0 87 0 2 0 7 0 10 1 100 0 50 kr

ir

total avg/g

62 403 226 321 0 1012 569 148 0 0 0 717 29 18 87 225 39 398 0 397 0 0 0 397 0 77 0 189 0 266 812 1635 313 754 127 3641 958 1743 37 726 69 3533

TotalOffense

g plays

rush

Bobby Vega Daniel Monroe Shad Alexander Collin Alford

7 6 4 5

-141 1635 1494 213.4 569 0 569 94.8 169 0 169 42.2 152 0 152 30.4

297 109 26 33

pass

144.6 119.5 56.9 66.2 38.0 520.1 504.7

total avg/g


Fairmont State Fairmont State Team Game-by-Game (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games TEAMSTATISTICS

Date

Opponent

Aug 30 at Clarion University Sep 06 at Glenville State Sep 15 at Bowie State Sep 22 WEST LIBERTY Sep 29 at Charleston Oct 13 WVWC Oct 20 SETON HILL Fairmont State Opponents

no.

Rushing yds td

30 30 34 28 26 39 54 241 241

34 109 142 25 63 156 283 812 958

0 0 0 0 0 1 5 6 7

lg no.

Receiving yds td

Passing lg cmp-att-int yds td

12 27 321 0 36 27-47-2 321 0 38 13 87 2 20 13-27-0 87 2 33 14 170 1 44 14-27-2 170 1 14 34 361 3 83 34-68-3 361 3 49 13 176 0 31 13-32-1 176 0 73 15 275 5 47 15-30-0 275 5 55 14 245 3 49 14-26-0 245 3 73 130 1635 14 83 130-257-8 1635 14 84 139 1743 15 59 139-249-11 1743 15

KickReturns lg no. yds td lg

36 20 44 83 31 47 49 83 59

2 7 4 5 2 4 4 28 33

54 235 81 74 33 170 107 754 726

PuntReturns no. yds td lg

0 30 1 100 0 27 0 24 0 19 0 87 0 56 1 100 0 50

0 0 3 25 2 41 6 69 3 70 3 45 3 63 20 313 6 37

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

tot off

0 355 11 196 39 312 24 386 38 239 29 431 30 528 39 2447 12 2701

Games played: 7 Avg per rush: 3.4 Avg per catch: 12.6 Pass efficiency: 115.77 Kick ret avg: 26.9 Punt ret avg: 15.6 All purpose avg/game: 520.1 Total offense avg/gm: 349.6 Date

Tackles a total

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

1-1 4-12 9-30 12-42 5-27 11-29 6-30 48-171 62-295

0-0 0-0 2-15 4-25 2-13 3-16 2-19 14-88 29-191

Fumble ff fr-yds

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

Opponent

ua

Aug 30 at Clarion University Sep 06 at Glenville State Sep 15 at Bowie State Sep 22 WEST LIBERTY Sep 29 at Charleston Oct 13 WVWC Oct 20 SETON HILL Fairmont State Opponents

30 51 59 49 56 60 51 356 347

Date

no.

yds

avg

long

blkd

tb

fc

50+

i20

md-att

4 6 4 5 7 5 3 34 38

127 234 57 216 224 194 117 1169 1370

31.8 39.0 14.2 43.2 32.0 38.8 39.0 34.4 36.1

37 44 27 63 42 49 43 63 57

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

1 4 1 1 1 2 1 11 2

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2

2 1 1 3 3 2 3 15 5

0-1 0-0 1-3 1-1 1-1 3-4 0-1 6-11 4-10

36 20 21 10 14 13 12 126 107

66 71 80 59 70 73 63 482 454

0 0 2 1 1 1 0 5 5

0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 4-0 7-109

1-13 0-0 1-10 2-37 1--2 2-39 4-30 11-127 8-69

Punting Opponent

Aug 30 at Clarion University Sep 06 at Glenville State Sep 15 at Bowie State Sep 22 WEST LIBERTY Sep 29 at Charleston Oct 13 WVWC Oct 20 SETON HILL Fairmont State Opponents

0 0 1 3 5 1 4 14 4

1 4 4 4 0 6 7 26 37

Blkd kick

1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 3

PATAttempts kick rush rcv

0-0 3-3 2-2 2-2 1-1 4-4 6-8 18-20 21-22

Field Goals

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

saf

pts

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2

0 21 17 25 10 49 54 176 201

Kickoffs

long blkd

0 0 22 36 31 38 0 38 44

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

no.

yds

avg

tb

ob

1 65 4 230 4 249 5 312 4 193 10 510 10 589 38 2148 35 1927

65.0 57.5 62.2 62.4 48.2 51.0 58.9 56.5 55.1

0 0 0 1 0 2 1 4 4

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3


Fairmont State Fairmont State Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games OPPONENTSTATISTICS

Date

Opponent

Aug 30 at Clarion University Sep 06 at Glenville State Sep 15 at Bowie State Sep 22 WEST LIBERTY Sep 29 at Charleston Oct 13 WVWC Oct 20 SETON HILL Opponents Fairmont State

no.

Rushing yds td

36 38 39 26 51 30 21 241 241

155 254 124 16 264 91 54 958 812

0 2 0 2 2 0 1 7 6

lg no.

Receiving yds td

Passing lg cmp-att-int yds td

KickReturns lg no. yds td lg

21 14 136 1 28 14-21-1 136 1 28 84 14 273 3 59 14-21-0 273 3 59 14 23 329 3 39 23-38-1 329 3 39 16 21 145 0 12 21-45-2 145 0 12 71 10 172 2 56 10-18-1 172 2 56 28 25 256 3 30 25-45-2 256 3 30 26 32 432 3 46 32-61-4 432 3 46 84 139 1743 15 59 139-249-11 1743 15 59 73 130 1635 14 83 130-257-8 1635 14 83

1 4 4 4 3 8 9 33 28

17 90 94 59 66 227 173 726 754

PuntReturns no. yds td lg

0 17 0 30 0 43 0 28 0 29 0 50 0 30 0 50 1 100

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 20 2 15 0 0 6 37 20 313

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

tot off

0 291 0 527 0 453 2 161 10 436 12 347 0 486 12 2701 39 2447

Games played: 7 Avg per rush: 4.0 Avg per catch: 12.5 Pass efficiency: 125.67 Kick ret avg: 22.0 Punt ret avg: 6.2 All purpose avg/game: 504.7 Total offense avg/gm: 385.9 Date

Tackles a total

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

10-53 7-40 7-20 9-52 8-43 12-47 9-40 62-295 48-171

2-16 4-36 2-10 5-41 6-38 3-20 4-30 29-191 14-88

Fumble ff fr-yds

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

Opponent

ua

Aug 30 at Clarion University Sep 06 at Glenville State Sep 15 at Bowie State Sep 22 WEST LIBERTY Sep 29 at Charleston Oct 13 WVWC Oct 20 SETON HILL Opponents Fairmont State

33 50 48 63 41 49 63 347 356

Date

no.

yds

avg

long

blkd

tb

fc

50+

i20

md-att

5 3 3 11 4 6 6 38 34

145 103 98 434 115 220 255 1370 1169

29.0 34.3 32.7 39.5 28.8 36.7 42.5 36.1 34.4

44 37 35 57 44 47 50 57 63

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 11

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1

1 0 0 1 0 2 1 5 15

0-1 2-2 1-4 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 4-10 6-11

40 15 18 12 6 2 14 107 126

73 65 66 75 47 51 77 454 482

1 0 1 1 0 1 1 5 5

1-0 0-0 1-0 1-22 1-0 1-24 2-63 7-109 4-0

2-32 0-0 2-18 3-19 1-0 0-0 0-0 8-69 11-127

Punting Opponent

Aug 30 at Clarion University Sep 06 at Glenville State Sep 15 at Bowie State Sep 22 WEST LIBERTY Sep 29 at Charleston Oct 13 WVWC Oct 20 SETON HILL Opponents Fairmont State

0 0 1 0 3 0 0 4 14

8 10 4 6 4 3 2 37 26

Blkd kick

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 3

PATAttempts kick rush rcv

1-1 5-5 3-3 2-3 4-4 3-3 3-3 21-22 18-20

Field Goals

0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0

saf

pts

0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1

7 41 24 20 30 32 47 201 176

Kickoffs

long blkd

0 37 24 0 0 44 0 44 38

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0

no.

yds

avg

tb

ob

2 118 8 464 4 238 5 235 5 312 6 297 5 263 35 1927 38 2148

59.0 58.0 59.5 47.0 62.4 49.5 52.6 55.1 56.5

0 1 0 0 2 1 0 4 4

0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 1


Fairmont State Fairmont State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20

Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks

Tackles For Loss Interceptions

25 147 3 73 67 34 361 5 83 12 163 3 83 3 38 7 39.8 63 3 3 3 39 100 11 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 3.0 2

Daniel Monroe vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Daniel Monroe vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Daniel Monroe vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Daniel Monroe vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Bobby Vega vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Bobby Vega vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Bobby Vega vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Bobby Vega vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Bobby Vega vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Chris St. Hilaire vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Matt Wilmer vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Matt Wilmer vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Charaun Goodwin vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Johnny Dearstine vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Johnny Dearstine vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Chris Kish at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) Chris Kish vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Chris Kish vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Chris Kish vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Chris Kish at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) Chris Kish vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Matt Wilmer at Bowie State (Sep 15, 2012) Matt Wilmer at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) GarrettDavis vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Daniel Strosnider at Bowie State (Sep 15, 2012) Andre Revere at Bowie State (Sep 15, 2012) Trevor Malnick vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Lance Fullwood vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Jephte Leveille vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Ryan Watts vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Anthony Domico vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Jephte Leveille at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) Ryan Watts at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) Dominik Mensah vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Jake Kelly vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) JephteLeveille vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Daniel Strosnider vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Ryan Watts vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Anthony Domico vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Ryland Newman vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012)


Fairmont State Fairmont State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20

Long Punt Return

54 283 5.2 5 68 34 361 9.4 5 96 528 6.6 54 4 25 13 130 4 4 7 43.2 63 3 3 3 39

vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) at Bowie State (Sep 15, 2012)


Fairmont State Fairmont State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes

Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes

Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions

Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks

Tackles For Loss Interceptions

26 148 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 84 61 32 432 3 3 3 3 59 13 142 2 2 2 59 2 44 11 43.7 57 2 12 50 11 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 4.0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ACKER,Corwin, at Bowie State (Sep 15, 2012) Jordan Roberts, at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) Rahmann Lee, at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) Quin Thornton,at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) Isiah Moody, vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) LD Crow, vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Jordan Roberts, at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) John Knox, at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) Austin Recker, vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Rahmann Lee, at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) Andrew Jackson, vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Andrew Jackson, vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Andrew Jackson, vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Darold Hughes, at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) REID,Tyrae, at Bowie State (Sep 15, 2012) J. Musselman, vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Andrew Jackson, vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Darold Hughes, at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) DJ Carter, vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Robert Jiles, at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) Robert Jiles, at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) ACKER,Corwin, at Bowie State (Sep 15, 2012) Lavaughn Hughes, vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Robert Jiles, at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) Colston Bayless, at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) Kasper Bernild, vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Griff Yocum, vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Aaron Prescott, vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Griff Yocum, vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Kasper Bernild, vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Lavaughn Hughes, vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) StephenKnox, vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Anthony Stimac, at Clarion University (Aug 30, 2012) J. Washington, at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) Brian Spruill, vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Matt Betz, vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Nathaniel Berry, at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) Jeff Green, at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) Jonas Celian, vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Tyler Zimmer, vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) Jonas Celian, vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) Adam Bostick, at Clarion University (Aug 30, 2012) Andrew Paronish, at Clarion University (Aug 30, 2012) PUMPHREY,Curtis, at Bowie State (Sep 15, 2012) CLAIR,Darius, at Bowie State (Sep 15, 2012) Marco Ricchetti, vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Rod White, vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Jov. Johnson, vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) Demetri Reddick, at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012)


Fairmont State Fairmont State Game Superlatives (as of Oct 24, 2012) All games OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes

Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes

Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return

51 264 6.7 2 2 2 61 32 432 13.0 3 3 3 3 82 527 8.9 47 6 25 13 141 4 3 11 42.5 57 2 12

at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) at Bowie State (Sep 15, 2012) vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) at Glenville State (Sep 06, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) at Charleston (Sep 29, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs Seton Hill (Oct 20, 2012) vs West Liberty (Sep 22, 2012) vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012) vs WVWC (Oct 13, 2012)


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