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2013 GLIAC Football Media Guide Table of Contents Table of Contents ............................................................... 1 GLIAC Football Reference Page ...................................... 2 The GLIAC Game Environment Statement .................... 3 The GLIAC Staff ............................................................. 4-5 The History of GLIAC Football .................................... 6-7 2012 Postseason Honor Teams ..................................... 8-12 2012 Postseason Awards ...................................................... 8 All-Time GLIAC Postseason Awards .................................. 9 2012 All-GLIAC Teams ................................................ 10-11 2012 All-American Honorees ............................................ 12

2012 Standings & Players-of-the-Week ......................... 21 2011 Standings & Players-of-the-Week ......................... 22 2010 Standings & Players-of-the-Week ......................... 23 2009 Standings & Players-of-the-Week ......................... 24 Past Standings & Players-of-the-Week ..................... 25-28 The Record Book ......................................................... 29-37 Individual Game, Season & Career Records ................ 29-31 Team Offense Game & Season Records ....................... 31-33 Team Defense Game & Season Records ........................... 34 Single Game Top Ten Lists ................................................ 35

The Harlon Hill Award .................................................... 13 National Awards ............................................................... 14 GLIAC Teams in the NCAA-II Playoffs ................... 15-19 Cactus Bowl Participants ................................................ 20

Single Season Top Ten Lists .............................................. 36 Career Top Ten Lists .......................................................... 37 Wilson Football ................................................................. 38 2013 GLIAC Composite Schedule ............................... IBC

2013-14 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Officers Chairperson of the Presidents’ Council David Haynes President Northern Michigan University 602 Cohodas Hall Marquette, Michigan 49855 Office: (906) 227-2242 FAX: (906) 227-2249 E-mail: dhaynes@nmu.edu

President of the Management Council Forrest Karr Director of Athletics Northern Michigan University 1401 Presque Isle Ave. Marquette, MI 49855-530 Office: (906) 227-1826 FAX: (906) 227-2249 E-mail: fkarr@nmu.edu

Commissioner Dell Robinson 1110 Washington Ave. Bay City, MI 48708 Office: (989) 894-2529 ext. 11 FAX: (989) 894-2825 E-mail: dell@gliac.org

Associate Commissioner Assisstant Commissioner Dir. of Internal Operations Supervisor of Football Officials Jeff Ligney Compliance/Championships Kris Hengesbach Mike McCann 1110 Washington Ave. Danielle Harris 1110 Washington Ave. 1255 Carpenter Rd. Bay City, MI 48708 1110 Washington Ave. Bay City, MI 48708 Defiance, OH 43512 Office: (989) 894-2529 ext. 12 Bay City, MI 48708 Office: (989) 894-2529 ext. 10 Office: (419) 784-5570 FAX: (989) 894-2825 Office: (989) 894-2529 ext. 13 FAX: (989) 894-2825 FAX: (419) 784-0307 E-mail: jligney@gliac.org FAX: (989) 894-2825 E-mail: kris@gliac.org E-mail: fbofficial@gliac.org E-mail: dharris@gliac.org

Credits Editorial Aid: Mark Bankert, Rob Bentley, David Buck, Jim Clark, Wes Frahm, Al King, Calvin Larson, Travis McCurdy, Scott Miles, Brad Monastiere, Tim Nott, Shane O’Donnell, Jason Tirotta, Jeff Weiss, and Eric Brookhouse. Special Thanks to: Don Thomas, former SID at Grand Valley State, for providing archive information. © Entire contents copyrighted. Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, 2013-14. Editing: Jeff Ligney/Brandon Deacons Cover Design: 989 Design, Bay City, MI Printing:

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GLIAC Football Reference Page GLIAC Head Football Coaches Ashland: Lee Owens Ferris State: Tony Annese Findlay: Rob Keys Grand Valley State: Matt Mitchell Hillsdale: Keith Otterbein Lake Erie: Mark McNellie Malone: Eric Hehman Michigan Tech: Tom Kearly Northern Michigan: Chris Ostrowsky Northwood: Mike Sullivan Ohio Dominican: Bill Conley Saginaw Valley State: Jim Collins Tiffin: Gary Goff Walsh: Ted Karras Jr. Wayne State: Paul Winters

Office (419) 289-5447 (231) 591-2866 (419) 434-4894 (616) 331-3720 (517) 607-3138 (440) 375-7388 (330) 471-8385 (906) 487-2985 (906) 227-1169 (989) 837-5252 (614) 251-4556 (989) 964-7315 (419) 448-3364 (330) 490-7011 (313) 577-4288

E-mail lowens1@ashland.edu AnneseA2@ferris.edu keys@findlay.edu mitcmatt@gvsu.edu kotterbein@hillsdale.edu mmcnellie@lec.edu ehehman@malone.edu tdkearly@mtu.edu costrows@nmu.edu msulliva@northwood.edu conleyb@ohiodominican.edu jcollins@svsu.edu goffg@tiffin.edu tkarras@walsh.edu pwinters@wayne.edu

GLIAC Football Sports Information Contacts GLIAC: Jeff Ligney Ashland: Al King Ferris State: Rob Bentley Findlay: David Buck Grand Valley: Tim Nott Hillsdale: Brad Monastiere Lake Erie: Jason Tirotta Malone: Mark Bankert Michigan Tech: Wes Frahm Northern Mich.: Calvin Larson Northwood: Travis McCurdy Ohio Dominican: Scott Miles Saginaw Valley: Eric Brookhouse Tiffin: Shane O’Donnell Walsh: Jim Clark Wayne State: Jeff Weiss

Office (989) 894-2529 (419) 289-5442 (231) 591-3821 (419) 434-4727 (616) 331-3275 (517) 607-3172 (440) 375-7475 (330) 471-8293 (906) 487-2350 (906) 227-1917 (989) 837-4239 (614) 251-4577 (989) 964-4053 (419) 448-3288 (330) 490-7017 (313) 577-7542

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E-mail Pressbox Phone jligney@gliac.org — aking@ashland.edu (419) 207-6985 bentleyr@ferris.edu (231) 591-2397 buckd@findlay.edu (419) 306-6110 nottt@gvsu.edu (616) 331-8646/8647 bmonastiere@hillsdale.edu (517) 607-2220 jtirotta@lec.edu (330) 392-5684 mbankert@malone.edu (330) 580-2401 wfrahm@mtu.edu (906) 487-2388 calarson@nmu.edu (906) 227-1720 mccurdyt@northwood.edu (989) 837-4370 miless@ohiodominican.edu (614) 253-4813 embrookh@svsu.edu (989) 964-4933 sodonnel@tiffin.edu (419) 447-0971 jclark@walsh.edu (330) 418-8973 jeff.weiss@wayne.edu (313) 577-4254


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The GLIAC Staff Jeff Ligney Associate Commsissioner

Dell Robinson Commissioner

Ligney enters his 14th year with the GLIAC after taking over as the league’s first full-time Director of Media Relations on July 1, 2000. A native of Bay City, Michigan, Ligney has over 15 years of college athletic experience in a variety of capacities. He served as student assistant sports information director at Saginaw Valley State University in separate stints since September of 1996. While at SVSU he served as webmaster for the athletic web site, while assisting in virtually every facet of the department’s operation. He assisted in the production of media guides, wrote press releases and hosted a weekly half-time segment on Cardinal football radio broadcasts. Ligney was interim sports information director for the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference for a year and a half. In addition to composing the league’s weekly newsletter, he developed and maintained the PSAC web site. Assistant men’s basketball coach at SVSU for five seasons, Ligney assisted with recruitment and other administrative duties, as well as on-floor coaching and was codirector of the Cardinal basketball camps. SVSU advanced to three GLIAC tournament appearances during his tenure. A product of Bay City All Saints High School, he played varsity tennis all four years and was a regional runnerup in 1989. He led the basketball team to back-to-back district titles his last two seasons. Ligney recently concluded a term on the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Committee. In 2012 he was elected to serve as President of the Division II Conference Information Directors Association.

Dell Robinson became the GLIAC’s sixth commissioner on June 15, 2009. Robinson comes to the GLIAC having spent 11 years at the MidAmerican Conference (MAC) as the Associate Commissioner for Legislative and Compliance services. During his tenure with the MAC he acted as the staff liaison to the student-athlete advisory committee, the faculty athletics representatives and the committee on infractions. He also served as the conference administrator for men’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming/diving, men’s tennis, and wrestling. Robinson has experience on the national level as well, having been the MAC’s representative on the NCAA Management Council. He is the former chair of the Selection Review Committee which placed administrators on NCAA Committees, and has served on the NCAA Sportsmanship Committee. In addition, Robinson was selected to serve on the 2002-03 NCAA Leadership Institute for Ethnic Minority Males. He served on the NCAA Administrative Cabinet and was a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Learfield Director’s Cup Committee. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Robinson served as assistant commissioner for compliance from 1996-99 at the Western Athletic Conference in Denver. Robinson has a bachelor's degree in sports management from Ohio University in 1988, where he was a walk-on to the Bobcat football team. He was a member of the squad's special teams unit from 1984-88. Robinson earned his master's degree in sports administration from Iowa State University in 1992. While at Ohio U., Robinson was in the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and still maintains an active role in the organization. Selected as one of Cleveland’s Crain's Business Magazine’s 40 under 40, Robinson co-chaired the Parish Advisory Board at St.Agnes-Our Lady of Fatima and was a member of the Diocese of Cleveland Pastoral Council. He has served as the chair of the Ohio University Alumni Association and was a member of the Ohio University Board of Trustees.

The GLIAC Commissioners John Hoekje Herbert “Pete” Peterson Tom Donahue Vern Norris Tom Brown

1971-72 to 1978-79 1979-80 to 1984-85 1985-86 to 1986-87 1987-88 to 1991-92 1992-93 to 2008-09

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The GLIAC Staff Danielle Harris Assistant Commissioner Compliance/Championships

Mike McCann Supervisor of Football Officials Mike McCann enters his third year as the league’s supervisor of football officials. He begin his duties on July 1, 2010. McCann, a native of Defiance, Ohio, recently retired from collegiate football officiating. His outstanding career as a collegiate football official spanned over 20 years working in a number of NCAA Division II and III conferences. McCann spent the last 14 years of his officiating career as a referee in the GLIAC (formerly MIFC). He was selected to officiate in eight NCAA Division II and FCS playoff games, most recently serving as the referee in the Division II playoff game between Grand Valley State University and Hillsdale College on Nov. 21, 2009. McCann’s experience in officiating also includes over 20 years at the high school level, having spent 16 years as an umpire and having been selected to work the 1996 Ohio High School Athletic Association football championships. McCann becomes just the third supervisor of football officials for the GLIAC, which began play as the Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference in 1990.

Harris has over seven years of experience working in collegiate sports. She was an intern for Media Relations and Championships with the MidAmerican Conference (MAC). During her time at the MAC she coordinated MAC head coaches meetings, managed all media aspects for the respective sport championships, published weekly releases, and was the 2005 MAC volleyball gamer operations manager. Harris has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a specialized in Public Relations from Bowling Green State University in 2005. She earned her master’s degree in sports and recreation management from Kent State University in 2009. While at Bowling Green, Harris joined Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and still maintains an active role in the organization. While at Kent State, Harris was a graduate assistant for facility and operations for two years. During her tenure at Kent she was the assistant camp coordinator for assigned sports, assisted with payment of officials, assisted with game management for all home baseball, basketball, football, gymnastics, volleyball and wrestling competitions, trained interns, student workers, ushers and security personnel for many athletic events, and scheduled traveling arrangements for all respective athletic officials. Harris was the events operations assistant for the Quicken Loans Arena and the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2006-07. While begin a part of the Cavaliers, Harris was involved in logistics for area projects such as renovating administration offices and construction of new platinum sites. She also assisted as the Event Operations Assistant for the 2007 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Basketball Final Four. A native of Detroit, Mich., Harris served as the athletics coordinator for Cleveland State from 2010-13. During her three years in the athletic department at Cleveland State she assisted in fiscal operations and coordinated and facilitated meetings, special events and department projects.

Kris Hengesbach Dir. of Internal Operations Kris Hengesbach is the GLIAC’s Director of Internal Operations. Kris began her duties with the GLIAC on August 29, 2012. Hengesbach was most recently an intern for the Northwood University Athletic Department in Midland, Michigan working in this capacity to complete her Master’s degree in Sport Administration. She worked directly with the Assistant Athletic Director and assisted with compliance regulations, game management and ticket reconciliation. Prior to this, Kris was in the financial industry and worked with her family for 20 years as a financial advisor. Hengesbach has a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Health Science from Alma College in 1987, where she was a three sport athlete playing Basketball, Softball and Volleyball. She was the MIAA MVP in Basketball in 1986 and 1987, and is a member of the Alma College Hall of Fame Inductee. Hengesbach recently completed her course work for a Masters of Art in Sports Administration from Central Michigan University. Kris resides in Saginaw, Michigan and has two daughters, Taylor and Charley.

Brandon Deacons GLIAC Intern Brandon Deacons began his duties as the Conference Office Intern for External Relations on June 1, 2013. Deacons is currently a senior at Central Michigan University and will graduate in May of 2014 with a B.A.A. in Sports Management with a minor in Leadership. A 2004 graduate of Ubly High School, Deacons played four years of basketball leading the Bearcats to two district championship title games in 2002-03 and again in 2003-04, winning it in the 2003-04 campaign. Prior to joining the GLIAC Deacons interned with the Friends of (Bay City) All Saints Basketball program. He has used his basketball experience serving as a coach at the JJKN Hoops Academy and is currently going into his third season as an assistant coach for the All Saints boys’ basketball program. 5


The History of GLIAC Football The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference began sponsoring football as a league sport in the Fall of 1973 with three teams, Ferris State University, Grand Valley State University, and Northwood University. In 1974, Hillsdale College joined the league as the fourth football team. The conference expanded again in 1975 when Saginaw Valley State University started a football program and Wayne State University joined the league. The number of GLIAC football teams grew to seven in 1980 when Michigan Tech University was added, though the Huskies left the league after the 1985 season. In 1987, Northwood left the league and was replaced by Northern Michigan University. After the 1989 season, the GLIAC dropped football as a sponsored sport. The six conference schools sponsoring football, Ferris State, Grand Valley State, Hillsdale, Northern Michigan, Saginaw Valley State, and Wayne State, joined the five members of the Heartland Collegiate Conference, Ashland University, Butler University, the University of Indianapolis, St. Joseph’s College, and Valparaiso University, in forming the football-only Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference (MIFC), which began play in 1990. The MIFC would change again for the 1993 season as two teams would leave and two teams would join. Butler and Valparaiso left the conference, but Northwood rejoined and the College of St. Francis (Ill.) was added. The league grew to 12 teams in 1994 with the addition of Michigan Tech and stayed at 12 teams until St. Joseph’s left after the 1995 season. In 1998, the league expanded to 14 teams with the additions of the University of Findlay, Mercyhurst College, and Westminster College, but would drop back to 13 teams with the departure of St. Francis after the season. Westminster would depart after the 1999 season, leaving 12 teams. Gannon University was added before the 2004 season, giving the league a 13-team roster. After nine years of existence as one of the premier conferences in Division II football, the MIFC merged as part of GLIAC on July 1, 1999. The GLIAC has earned the reputation as one of the toughest and deepest conferences in Division II with a strong postseason history. Three GLIAC teams made National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) playoff appearances. Grand Valley State made it to the national semifinals in 1978. Saginaw Valley State made three trips to the NAIA playoffs (1979, 1983, 1984), posting a 2-3 mark. Hillsdale earned five NAIA postseason berths as a member of the GLIAC (1981, 1982, 1985, 1986, 1988), taking home the championship in 1985. The first team to represent the GLIAC in the Division II playoffs was Northern Michigan in 1987. The Wildcats made the D-II semifinals that season. Grand Valley State started a three-year postseason run in 1989, though the Lakers failed to get out of the first round. Butler joined GVSU in the D-II playoffs in 1991, marking the first year the league had two teams participate in postseason play. Butler fell to the eventual national champion, Pittsburg State University (Kan.) in the first round. The 1992 Division II playoffs saw the first GLIAC team make it past the opening round in league history. Ferris State posted a first-round

GLIAC Football W/L Records# Team Games Grand Valley State (17) 311 Butler (Ind.)* (2) 30 Saginaw Valley State^ (5) 309 Ashland (2) 229 Hillsdale (7) 313 Ferris State (7) 314 Northwood (6) 269 Ohio Dominican 30 Michigan Tech (1) 225 Northern Michigan (1) 243 Indianapolis* 219 Wayne State (1) 308 Findlay 150 Mercyhurst* 98 Lake Erie 30 St. Francis (Ill.)* 60 St. Joseph’s (Ind.)* 60 Notre Dame 10 Walsh 10 Gannon* 40 Westminster (Pa.)* 20 Valparaiso (Ind.)* 30 Malone 10 Tiffin 50

Wins 246 22 192 140 182 164 139 15 106 110 88 120 58 32 8 14 13 2 2 8 4 5 1 3

Losses 63 7 114 89 130 144 126 15 124 130 128 187 92 66 22 46 45 8 8 32 16 24 9 47

Ties 3 1 3 0 1 5 4 0 1 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Pct. .791 .750 .621 .611 .581 .522 .517 .500 .471 .457 .401 .390 .390 .326 .267 .233 .233 .200 .200 .200 .200 .183 .100 .025

() - Number of GLIAC titles * - No longer a GLIAC member # - Conference games only, dating back to the 1973 season Information courtesy of Don Thomas ^ - SVSU forfeited victories in 2005 & 2007

GLIAC Football W/L Records#

GVSU QB Cullen Finnerty celebrates after winning the 2006 Division II Championship. The Lakers defeated Northwest Missouri State in the Championship game, 1714, at Braly Stadium in Florence, Ala.

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The History of GLIAC Football win over Edinboro University (Pa.) before falling to the University of New Haven (Conn.) in the quarterfinals. The 1992 season marked the beginning of a five-year playoff run for the Bulldogs, with their best performance coming in 1995 after a D-II semifinal appearance. Grand Valley State made its fourth and fifth D-II postseason trips in 1994 and 1998, respectively. Ashland made its first appearance in the playoffs as a member of the GLIAC in 1997. After being shut out of the playoffs in 1999, the GLIAC posted two teams in the 2000 tournament as Northwood and SVSU each made their first D-II postseason appearances. The Timberwolves claimed a first-round victory over Indiana University (Pa.) before falling to Bloomsburg University (Pa.) in the quarterfinals. The 2001 season was historic for the league as two teams made it through the first round of the playoffs. Grand Valley State and Saginaw Valley State each posted opening-round wins and faced each other in the national quarterfinals. The Lakers won a shoot-out in Allendale (Mich.), 33-30, and cruised to a semifinal win over Catawba College (N.C.). GVSU advanced to the championship game before falling to the University North Dakota, 17-14. The Lakers would redeem themselves in 2002 by claiming the league’s first Division II football national championship. Grand Valley State defeated Valdosta St. University (Ga.) in the finals, 3124. GVSU would repeat as national champions in 2003. The Lakers knocked off North Dakota in that championship game, 10-3. GLIAC co-champions Michigan Tech and Northwood, along with Grand Valley State, would earn playoff berths in 2004. GVSU fell in the regional finals to North Dakota, 19-15.

The 2005 season saw more postseason success for the GLIAC. GVSU, SVSU, and Northwood each gained postseason entrance. The Lakers and Cardinals battled for the Northwest Region title, but GVSU advanced, 24-17, and went on to defeat NW Missouri State, 21-17, in the Division II title game. In 2006 both Northwood and Grand Valley State earned postseason berths. The Lakers ran the table and meet NW Missouri State in the finals, claiming a 17-14 victory and winning the leagues’ fourth D-II Championship. GVSU and Ashland earned playoff bids in 2007 and 2008, while 2009 saw Grand Valley State, Hillsdale, and Saginaw Valley State in the D-II postseason. GVSU made an impressive run to the final before falling to NW Missouri State, 30-23. In 2010, GVSU and Hillsdale earned D-II playoff berths with the Lakers falling in the Super Region III Semifinals. 2011 saw Wayne State and SVSU make the postseason with the Warriors making an improbable run to the D-II finals before falling to Pittsburgh State (Kan.), 35-21. Ashland represented the Conference in the 2012 playoffs, losing to Midwestern State (Texas) in the Super Region IV semifinals, 33-28. Though many teams have made history for the GLIAC, the league can also boast upon individual accomplishments. In 2002, GVSU quarterback Curt Anes became the GLIAC’s first Harlon Hill Trophy winner as the Division II Player of the Year. Anes led the Lakers to consecutive championship game appearances, helping GVSU to the national title in 2002. The GLIAC had its second Harlon Hill winner when Wayne State running back Joique Bell claimed the honor in 2009.

GLIAC Football Standings 1973 - 1989 1989 1. Grand Valley St. ........ 5-0 2. Hillsdale .................... 3-2 Northern Michigan .... 3-2 4. Saginaw Valley St. .... 2-3 Ferris State ................ 2-3 6. Wayne State ............... 0-5 1988 1. Hillsdale .................... 5-0 2. Northern Michigan .... 4-1 3. Grand Valley St. ........ 3-2 4. Saginaw Valley St. .... 2-3 5. Ferris State ................ 1-4 6. Wayne State ............... 0-5 1987 1. Northern Michigan .... 4-0 2. Grand Valley St. ........ 4-1 3. Ferris State ................ 2-3 Hillsdale .................... 2-3 Saginaw Valley St. .... 2-3 6. Wayne State ............... 0-4 1986 1. Hillsdale .................... 5-0 2. Grand Valley St. ........ 4-1 3. Saginaw Valley St. .... 3-2 4. Ferris State ................ 2-3 5. Northwood ................ 1-4 6. Wayne State ............... 0-5

1985 1. Hillsdale .................... 5-1 2. Saginaw Valley St. . 4-1-1 3. Grand Valley St. ........ 4-2 Ferris State ................ 4-2 5. Northwood ............. 2-3-1 6. Wayne State ............... 1-5 7. Michigan Tech ........... 0-6

1982 1. Hillsdale .................... 6-0 2. Grand Valley St. ........ 5-1 3. Northwood ................ 4-2 4. Ferris State ................ 2-4 Wayne State ............... 2-4 6. Michigan Tech ........... 1-5 Saginaw Valley St. .... 1-5

1984 1. Saginaw Valley St. .... 6-0 2. Northwood ................ 5-1 3. Wayne State ............... 4-2 4. Hillsdale .................... 3-3 5. Michigan Tech ........... 2-4 6. Ferris State ................ 1-5 7. Grand Valley St. ........ 0-6

1981 1. Grand Valley St. ........ 6-0 2. Hillsdale .................... 5-1 3. Ferris State ................ 3-3 Wayne State ............... 3-3 5. Northwood ................ 2-4 Saginaw Valley St. ... 2-4 7. Michigan Tech ........... 0-6

1983 1. Saginaw Valley St. .... 6-0 2. Hillsdlae .................... 4-2 Wayne State ............... 4-2 4. Northwood ................ 3-3 Grand Valley St. ........ 3-3 6. Michigan Tech ........... 1-5 7. Ferris State ................ 0-6

1980 1. Hillsdale .................... 5-1 2. Grand Valley St. ........ 4-2 Northwood ................ 4-2 4. Wayne State ............... 3-3 5. Ferris State ............. 2-3-1 6. Saginaw Valley St. .... 2-4 7. Michigan Tech ........ 0-5-1

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1979 1. Saginaw Valley St. . 4-0-1 2. Wayne State ............ 3-1-1 3. Ferris State ................ 3-2 4. Grand Valley St. ........ 2-3 5. Northwood ................ 1-4 Hillsdale .................... 1-4

1975 1. Wayne State ............... 3-1 2. Grand Valley St. ..... 3-1-1 Northwood ............. 3-1-1 4. Hillsdale .................... 3-2 5. Saginaw Valley St. .... 1-3 6. Ferris State ................ 0-5

1978 1. Grand Valley St. ........ 5-0 2. Wayne State ............... 4-1 3. Northwood ................ 2-3 4. Sagnaw Valley St. .. 1-3-1 Ferris State ............. 1-3-1 6. Hillsdale .................... 1-4

1974 1. Northwood ................ 2-1 Ferris State ................ 2-1 3. Grand Valley St. ........ 1-2 Hillsdale .................... 1-2

1977 1. Grand Valley St. ........ 4-1 2. Wayne State ............... 3-2 3. Ferris State ................ 2-3 Hillsdale .................... 2-3 Northwood ................ 2-3 Saginaw Valley St. .... 2-3 1976 1. Northwood ................ 4-1 2. Ferris State ................ 3-2 Grand Valley St. ........ 3-2 Wayne State ............... 3-2 5. Hillsdale .................... 2-3 6. Saginaw Valley St. .... 0-5

1973 1. Northwood ................ 2-1 2. Ferris State ................ 1-1 3. Grand Valley St. ........ 1-2


2012 GLIAC Postseason Awards Ashland’s Taylor Housewright Named 2012 GLIAC Football “Player of the Year” BAY CITY, Mich. - Senior quarterback Taylor Housewright (Ashland, Ohio) of Ashland University was named the 2012 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Football “Player of the Year” in balloting conducted by the league’s head coaches. Saginaw Valley State University junior wide receiever Jeff Janis (Tawas, Mich./Tawas Area) was voted “Offensive Back of the Year”, while Ashland’s Lee Owens garnered “Coach of the Year” honors. The rest of the GLIAC’s postseason awards were chosen as follows: rookie quarterback Jason Vander Laan (Frankfort, Ill./Chicago Christian) of Ferris State University earned “Freshman of the Year” accolades; senior defensive back Brian Gamble (Massillon, Ohio/Illinois) of Ashland earned “Defensive Back of the Year” honors; senior offensive guard Tim Lelito (St. Clair, Mich.) of Grand Valley State University earned the “Offensive Lineman of the Year” award; while Ashland junior defensive tackle Jamie Meder (Parma, Ohio/Valley Forge) was named “Defensive Lineman of the Year.” Housewright is one of 24 finalists for the 2012 Harlon Hill Trophy. A three-year starter, Housewright leads the GLIAC in touchdown passes (30) and is second in passing yards per game (264.1). He is currently fourth in the nation in pass efficiency (173.46), and set the NCAA Division II record for consecutive passes without an interception (377) this season. Housewright has completed 221-of-324 passes (68.2 percent) for 2,905 yards, while only being intercepted once. Housewright has posted a 25-8 record Ashland’s starting quarterback. Janis had a record-breaking season for the Cardinals in 2012. To date, his 106 2012 GLIAC “Player of the Year,” Taylor receptions rank second in NCAA Division II, while his 1,635 yards are top in the nation. Housewright led the GLIAC in TD passes Janis caught 17 touchdown passes this season and was named GLIAC Offensive “Player (30). He also set the NCAA Division II record of the Week” four times. He registered a GLIAC and SVSU record 300 yards receiving for consecutive passes without an interception against Lake Erie in week four, and broke the GLIAC and SVSU marks for receptions (377). in a game with an 18 catch effort against Michigan Technological University in week nine. In that same contest, he eclipsed single season SVSU marks for receptions and yards in a season. In the game against Grand Valley State in week 11, Janis set a new single season GLIAC standard for receptions in a season with 91. Janis has also been named one of 24 candidates for the annual Harlon Hill Award in 2012. Gamble is an All-GLIAC First Team pick for the second time in his career, as he was also on that unit in 2009. This year, Gamble has 59 tackles (42 solo), 5.5 tackles for loss (34 yards) and a team-leading three interceptions. He’s second on the team in tackles. Gamble also takes snaps as a wide receiver. He’s caught 13 passes for 242 yards (17.2 ypc.) with two touchdowns. Lelito, who was a two-time First-Team All-GLIAC selection, started 45 straight games for the Lakers on the offensive front during his career. Lelito anchored an offensive line that helped the Laker offense rank second in total offense (474.4) and scoring offense (41.9) this season. In addition, Lelito was a key contributor in an offensive line that allowed just six QB sacks in 11 games and ranked eighth nationally in pass efficiency. Grand Valley State has had an offensive lineman earn this award in seven of the last eight years and 11 times since 1990. Meder has been one of the GLIAC’s top players throughout his career. He was named the GLIAC “Freshman of the Year” in 2010 and he’s been an all-conference first team selection in 2010 and 2011. This GLIAC Football W/L Records# season, Meder has 58 tackles (19 solo) with 5.0 tackles for loss (22 yards) and 3.0 sacks (21). 2012 Taylor Housewright, AU Vander Laan directed the Bulldogs to only the program’s second 2011 Joe Glendening, HC season with seven or more victories in the last decade, which included 2010 Troy Weatherhead, HC FSU’s first win over rival Grand Valley State since 1999 and the 2009 Joique Bell, WSU program’s first triumph over divisional opponent Michigan Tech in 10 2008 Bill Cundiff, AU years. Vander Laan established a GLIAC single-season record for rushing yardage by a quarterback as he ran for a FSU rookie record 2007 Mark Nicolet, HC 1,338 yards on 247 carries (5.4 avg.) and 16 touchdowns in leading 2006 Cullen Finnerty, GVSU the Bulldogs. His team-high rushing total helped the Bulldogs rank 2005 John DiGiorgio, SVSU among the nation’s top 10 teams in both rushing offense and total 2004 Dan Mattlach, MTU offense as Ferris State shattered a school record with 3,364 yards on 2003 Mark Radlinski, SVSU the ground and averaged 473 yards per game of total offense. He was 2002 Curt Anes, GVSU 133 of 231 in the air for 1,493 yards and 13 scores. 2001 Curt Anes, GVSU Owens has guided the Eagles to their first undefeated regular season 2000 Brian Dolph, SVSU since 1972. AU is ranked fourth in the country – that’s the highest the 1999 Matt McCarthy, FSU Eagles have been ranked since becoming an NCAA Division II 1998 Jeff Fox, GVSU institution. Ashland is 11-0, this is only the second time in school history 1997 Paul Spicer, SVSU the Eagles have reached double digits in wins. Ashland won its first 1996 Matt Hoard, NMU GLIAC football championship this year and is in the NCAA playoffs 1995 Bill Love, FSU for the fifth time in school history. This is the third time AU has made 1994 Tyree Dye, FSU the trip under Owens. At Ashland, Owens is 66-33. This is his ninth 1993 Bill Royce, AU year. Owens was also the GLIAC coach of the year in 2005.while 1992 Monty Brown, FSU / Scott Schulte, HC leading the Ferris State University program. 1991 1990

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Paul Romanowski, Butler Eric Lynch, GVSU


All-Time GLIAC Postseason Awards OFFENSIVE BACK-OF-THE-YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Jeff Janis, SVSU Chris Mills, UI Phil Milbrath, MTU Brad Iciek, GVSU James Berezik, GVSU Joique Bell, WSU Joique Bell, WSU Cullen Finnerty, GVSU Lee Marana, MTU Matt Kohn, UI Robert Campbell, UF David Kircus, GVSU Clarence Coleman, FSU David Kircus, GVSU Alex Kowalski, MTU Mo Harris, FSU Donald Church, AU Jeff Fox, GVSU Jeff Fox, GVSU Jeff Klopf, SVSU Matt Hoard, NMU Bill Love, FSU Tyree Dye, FSU Scott Schulte, HC Scott Schulte, HC Paul Romanowski, Butler Eric Lynch, GVSU

COACH-OF-THE-YEAR

DEFENSIVE BACK-OF-THE-YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Brian Gamble, AU Jeremy Jones, WSU Craig Ray, UI John Jacobs, SVSU Dante Dunn, WSU Brandon Carr, GVSU Charleston Hughes, NU Devin Conwell, AU Martell Foster, NU Lucius Hawkins, GVSU Scott Mackey, GVSU Scott Mackey, GVSU Chris Volz, UI Tim Mustapha, HC Josh Gentry, UI Ted Liette, UI Scott Duncan, HC Jovan Dewitt, NMU Scott Elwer, HC Scott Elwer, HC Rich Eash, FSU Monty Brown, FSU Ron Greer, AU Mark Maddox, NMU

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN-OF-THE-YEAR DEFENSIVE LINEMAN-OF-THE-YEAR 2012 Tim Lelito, GVSU 2012 Jamie Meder, AU 2011 Joe Long, WSU 2011 Todd Storm, MTU 2010 Cameron Bradfield, GVSU 2010 Todd Storm, MTU 2009 Nick McDonald, GVSU 2009 Danny Richard, GVSU 2008 Billy Eisenhardt, GVSU 2008 Dan Skuta, GVSU 2007 Brandon Barnes, GVSU Jake Visser, FSU 2006 Brandon Barnes, GVSU 2007 Jake Visser, FSU 2005 Josh Bourke, GVSU 2006 Michael McFadden, GVSU 2004 Joe Berger, MTU 2005 Michael McFadden, GVSU Todd Herremans, SVSU 2004 Keyonta Marshall, GVSU 2003 Joe Berger, MTU 2003 Keyonta Marshall, GVSU 2002 Dale Westrick, GVSU 2002 Keyonta Marshall, GVSU 2001 Kent Cramer, AU 2001 Neal Blank, UI 2000 Marc Dugas, NMU 2000 Todd DeVree, HC 1999 Dennis Strey, FSU 1999 Dan Gibbons, GVSU 1998 Tyrone Nelson, NU 1998 Lamar King, SVSU 1997 Kent Kraatz, SVSU 1997 Matthew “Bubba” Harris, AU 1996 Brad Affholter, HC 1996 Kelly Chisholm, FSU 1995 Joe Gilbert, SVSU 1995 Mike Brooks, FSU 1994 Mike Sheldon, GVSU 1994 Sam Hohler, AU 1993 Larry Pearce, FSU 1993 Bill Royce, AU 1992 Ruben DeLuna, Butler 1992 Bill Royce, AU 1991 Chris Tiede, GVSU 1991 Greg Matheis, UI 1990 Chris Tiede, GVSU 1990 Morris Furman, AU

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2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Lee Owens, AU Keith Otterbein, HU Tom Kearly, MTU Keith Otterbein, HC Paul Winters, WSU Chuck Martin, GVSU Paul Winters, WSU Lee Owens, AU Bernie Anderson, MTU Randy Awrey, SVSU Dan Simrell, UF Brian Kelly, GVSU Pat Riepma, NU Pat Riepma, NU Pat Riepma, NU Gary Keller, AU Pat Riepma, NU Jeff Pierce, FSU Keith Otterbein, FSU Dr. Fred Martinelli, AU Keith Otterbein, FSU Bob Bartolomeo, Butler Tom Beck, Grand Valley State

FRESHMAN-OF-THE-YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Jason Vander Laan, FSU Tyler Scarlett, MTU Jamie Meder, MTU Monerae Williams, UF Kevin Smith, WSU Jimmy Berezik, GVSU Joique Bell, WSU Luke Krombach, NU Demonte Collins, GVSU Cullen Finnerty, GVSU Jon Horn, NU Harry Garland, UF Derek Fudge, FSU


2012 Postseason Honor Teams 2012 All-GLIAC Football Teams First Team Offense Position

Name

School

Yr.

Hometown

QB RB RB RB H-Back WR WR WR WR OL OL OL OL OL OL PK Spec.

Taylor Housewright Joe Glendening Anthony Taylor Monterae Williams Cam White Anthony Capasso Matt Curtin Jeff Janis Charles Johnson Matt Armstrong Jace Daniels Tim Lelito D.J. Loy Zach Vermillion Tyler White Rockne Belmonte Christian Jessie

Ashland Hillsdale Ashland Findlay Hillsdale Ashland Michigan Tech Saginaw Valley State Grand Valley State Grand Valley State Northern Michigan Grand Valley State Hillsdale Ashland Ohio Dominican Northern Michigan Northern Michigan

Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Ashland, Ohio/Ashland East Grand Rapids, Mich. Arlington, Va./Washington-Lee Canton, Ohio/McKinley Grand Rapids, Mich./Forest Hills Central Columbia Station, Ohio/St. Edward Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Tawas City, Mich./Tawas Area Elsmere, Ky./Eastern Kentucky Lansing, Mich./Sexton Escanaba, Mich. St. Clair, Mich. Westerville, Ohio/Central Bellefontaine, Ohio/Bellefontaine Cincinnati, Ohio/Anderson Grand Rapids, Mich./Catholic Central Grand Rapids, Mich./East Kentwood

Position

Name

First Team Defense School Yr.

Hometown

DL DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB P

Zach Anderson Brad Iskow Eli Kovach Jamie Meder Jordan Morgan Justin Armstrong Cody Bloom Grant Caserta Tayo Moss Brett Pasche Justin Bell Gerren Duhart Brian Gamble Jeff Heath Fabian Jackson Stefan Terleckyj

Northern Michigan Ferris State Ohio Dominican Ashland Ferris State Michigan Tech Ashland Saginaw Valley State Ferris State Hillsdale Ohio Dominican Wayne State Ashland Saginaw Valley State Northwood Wayne State

Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Bad Axe, Mich./Bad Axe Eastlake, Ohio/Willoughby South Parma, Ohio/Valley Forge Chicago, Ill./Mt. Carmel Las Vegas, Nev./Mojave Napoleon, Ohio/Napoleon Holland, Mich./West Ottawa S. Rockwood, Mich./Monroe St. Mary's Findlay, Ohio/Liberty Benton Columbus, Ohio/University of Toledo Toledo, Ohio/Central Catholic Massillon, Ohio/Illinois Lake Orion, Mich./Lake Orion Gainesville, Ga./North Hall Warren, Mich./Warren Mott

Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

2012 All-GLIAC Honorable Mention Team Ashland: Domi-on Combs (So/LB), Donnie Dottei (Sr/DB), Tyler Houska (Sr/DE), Jordan McCune (So/RB), Steve Nagy (Fr/FB), James Triplett (Fr/OL); Ferris State: Adam Bennett (Fr/OC), Jake Lampman (So/WR), Carlin Landingham (Jr/OT), Skyler Stoker (Sr/RB), Corey Stone (So/DT), Jason Vander Laan (Fr/QB); Findlay: Clay Belton (Sr/QB), Jaryd Brown (Jr/TE), Tyler Johns (Sr/OL), Josh Kleopfer (Jr/DL), Jamon McClain (JR/DB), Justin Music (Jr/OL); Grand Valley State: Isiah Grimes (So/QB), Ryan Pettis (Sr/DL), Mike Ratay (So/RB), Luther Ware (Jr/LB), Reggie Williams (Jr/DB), Hillsdale: Steve Embry (Jr/LB), Matt Eltringham (So/P), Ben Karba (Sr/DB), Anthony Misfud (Sr/QB), Devin Moynihan (Jr/LB), Dan Pittman (So/DB); Lake Erie: Taylor Leppla (Sr/DE), Bryant Loparo (Sr/OL), Sam Marcotte (Sr/P-K), Dennis McElligott (Sr/OL), Tanner Wells (So/OLB); Malone: Dan McCormack (Sr/OL), Frank McCormick (Sr/DL), Logan Francis (Sr/DB), Jake Hardy (Sr/K), Justin McLean (Sr/WR), Antonio Scassa (Sr/LB); Michigan Tech: Cam Allen (So/DL), Emmett Bjorn (Sr/DB), Justin Blake (Sr/DL), Alex Elsenheimer (Sr/WR), Tyler Scarlett (So/QB), Cole Welch (Jr/FB); 10


2012 Postseason Honor Teams 2012 All-GLIAC Football Teams Position

Name

Second Team Offense School Yr.

QB RB RB RB H-Back WR WR WR WR OL OL OL OL OL OL PK Spec.

Jonathon Jennings Toney Davis Tim Hogue Pedro Powell Bryan LaChapelle Obadiah Dykes Dominique Maybanks Seth White Israel Woolfork Christian Babini Andrew Biedenbender Scott Dearwester Curtis Ferguson Buddy Poljan Trevor Smolinski Stefan Terleckyj Akeem Cason

Saginaw Valley State Wayne State Saginaw Valley State Notre Dame Michigan Tech Tiffin Wayne State Findlay Grand Valley State Saginaw Valley State Grand Valley State Findlay Wayne State Michigan Tech Ferris State Wayne State Michigan Tech

Position

Name

Second Team Defense School Yr.

Hometown

DL DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB P

Ryan Busch Jacob Clark Serxho Guraleci Richard Sumlin Nelson Wienke Brandon Butler Spencer Remtema Nick Thomas Ryan Whittum Ed Viverette Ray Ballard Jaime Barrera Aaron Cornett Nick Galvan Mike McMillian Chris Picano

Saginaw Valley State Michigan Tech Wayne State Findlay Michigan Tech Findlay Northwood Wayne State Northwood Wayne State Findlay Ferris State Wayne State Hillsdale Ashland Grand Valley State

Holton, Mich./Holton Lansing, Mich./Catholic Central Sterling Heights, Mich./Utica Stevenson Medina, Ohio/Medina Kingsford, Mich. Perrysburg, Ohio/Perrysburg Rockford, Mich./Rockford Akron, Ohio/St. Vincent-St. Mary Livonia, Mich./Churchill Southfield, Mich./Brother Rice Columbus, Ohio/Northland Fremont, Calif./Washington South Lyon, Mich./South Lyon Adrian, Mich./Adrian Hagerstown, Md./Mendocino College Brighton, Mich.

Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So.

Hometown Columbus, Ohio/Westerville South Muskegon Heights, Mich./Muskegon Inkster, Mich./Inkster Liberty, Ohio/Lakota East HS Crystal Falls, Mich./Forest Park Newark, N.J./Erie C.C. Muskegon, Mich./Muskegon Bexley, Ohio/Bexley/Ball State Univ. Livonia, Mich./Franklin Rochester, Mich./Rochester Adams Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Cincinnati, Ohio/Oak Hills Holt, Mich./Holt Hillsdale, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich./Marshall Warren, Mich./Warren Mott Benton Harbor, Mich.

2012All-GLIAC Honorable Mention Team Northern Michigan: Pat Fehlberg (Jr/OL), Ed Knoblock (Sr/LB), Casey Cotta (Jr/RB), Nick Krause (So/LB), Cody Scepaniak (Jr/QB), Morgan Stenz (Jr/LB); Northwood: Justin Barnes (Sr/DT), Matt Broome (Sr/OL), Kyle Fikki (Jr/DE), Jordan Jonker (Jr/RB), Andrew Harig (Sr/TE), Tony Hite (Sr/P); Notre Dame: Paul Brown (Sr/OL), Ray J. Brown (So/TE), Bob Hansen (Sr/DL), Brian Harp (Jr/OC), Cordell James (Sr/OL), Colton Wallace (So/WR); Ohio Dominican: Jake Brandt (Jr/OL), Andrew Carpenter (Sr/OL), Vince German (Jr/DL), Abe Johnson (So/WR), Mark Miller (So/QB), Brent Wahle (Fr/PK); Saginaw Valley State: Michael Albrecht (Jr/WR), Zach Cecich (Sr/TE), Tevon Conrad (Jr/OL), Brian Johnson (Jr/LB), Mark Thrash (Jr/WR), Deangelo Parris (Jr/DB); Tiffin: Marcus Beaurem (So/WR), Joe Collard (Jr/DE), Dustin Craig (So/OC), Brandon Person (So/S), Max Pollom (Fr/OT), Stefan Willis (Fr/S); Walsh: Jamaris Brown (So/DB), Ryan Fehernbach (Sr/DL), Toba Olarewaju (Sr/RB), Andrew Roy (Jr/DL), Anthony Schrock (So/WR), Sir Taylor (Sr/DB); Wayne State: Andrew Matt (Jr/DE). 11


2012 GLIAC Football All-Americans Jeff Janis (Jr./WR)

Donnie Dottei

Jordan Morgan (Jr. /DG/DT)

Saginaw Valley State University

Ashland University

Ferris State University

Daktronics All-America First Team

Capital One All-American First Team

Don Hansen All-American Third Team

D2football.com First Team

Zach Cecich (Sr./TE)

Matt Armstrong (Jr./OL)

Don Hansen All-American First Team

Saginaw Valley State University

Grand Valley State University

Capital One All-American Second Team

Don Hansen All-American Honorable

AP Little All-American First Team

Mention

Taylor Housewright (Sr./QB) Ashland University

Tim Lelito (Sr./OL)

Daktronics All-America Second Team

Grand Valley State University

AFCA All-American First Team

D2football.com Second Team

Justin Armstrong (Sr./LB)

D2football.com Honorable Mention

Don Hansen All-American Third Team

Michigan Technological University Don Hansen All-American Honorable

Don Hansen All-American Second Team Jeff Heath (Sr./DB) Jacob Clark (Sr,/DB)

Saginaw Valley State University

Michigan Technological University

D2football.com Second Team

Mention Jeff Johnson (Sr./RB) Saginaw Valley State University

Capital One All-American First Team Joe Glendening (Sr./RB)

Don Hansen All-American Honorable

Matt Curtin (Sr./WR)

Hillsdale College

Mention

Michigan Technological University

D2football.com Honorable Mention

Capital One All-American First Team

Don Hansen All-American ThirdTeam

Cam White ( Sr./TE) Hillsdale College

Grant Caserta

Jamie Meder (Jr./DL)

Don Hansen All-American Honorable

Saginaw Valley State University

Ashland University

Mention

Capital One All-American First Team

D2football.com Honorable Mention

Charles Johnson (Sr./WR)

Brian Gamble (Jr../DB)

Grand Valley State University

University of Indianapolis

Football Gazette All-American HM

D2football.com Honorable Mention

D2football.com SecondTeam

Don Hansen All-American Honorable

Don Hansen All-American Second Team

Mention

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The Harlon Hill Award Shippensburg University QB Zach Zulli Claims 2012 Harlon Hill Award *FLORENCE, Ala. -- Shippensburg (Pa.) University junior quarterback Zach Zulli claimed the Harlon Hill Trophy Friday as the 2012 Division II College Football Player of the Year. Zulli, the seveth underclassman to win the trophy in its 27-year history, received 202 total points and held a 64-point margin over Missouri Western State University running back Michael Hill. Bloomsburg (Pa.) University junior running backFranklyn Quiteh was third with 101 points. The award winner is determined in voting by the Division II sports information directors and was presented in front of a crowd of 400 at the 27th annual Harlon Hill Trophy award banquet at the Marriott Shoals Conference Center. The Harlon Hill Trophy is sponsored by the City of Florence, FlorenceLauderdale Tourism, Opti-Net, Marriott Shoals Hotel and Spa and Herff Jones. Zulli, from Schwenksville, Pa., was selected the 2012 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East Division Offensive Player of the Year and led Shippensburg to an 11-2 record and to the second round of the NCAA playoffs. He set NCAA Division II record for points responsible for in a season (336) and touchdowns responsible for in a season (56). He also tied Shippensburg University junior quarterback a Division II record with 54 touchdown passes. He threw for 4,747 yards Zack Zulli was named the 2012 Harlon Hill award and 54 touchdowns while completing 62.8 percent of his passes and throwing just 10 interceptions in 544 pass attempts this season. He leads Division II in points responsible for with 344 or 26.46 points per game. He ranks fourth in Division II in passing yards per game (365.15), third in total offense (382.38), fifth in pass efficiency (165.25) and ninth in completions per game (26.31). Zulli is the third Hill Trophy winner from the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, joining Irvin Sigler of Bloomsburg (1997) and Jimmy Terwilliger of East Stroudsburg (2005). His 202 points in this year’s voting is the highest since 2008 and is the ninth highest total in the award’s 27-year history. Hill’s 138 points marked the second highest vote total ever for a runner-up and was actually higher than the point totals received by six previous winners. With Zulli first and Quiteh third, it marked just the fourth time that two student-athletes from the same conference finished in the Top Three. * - release and photo courtesy of harlonhill.com

2012 Harlon Hill Award Voting First Second Third Total Player Place Place Place Points Zach Zulli, JR, QB, Shippensburg 52 14 18 202 Michael Hill, SR, RB, Missouri Western State 23 26 17 138 Franklyn Quiteh, JR, RB, Bloomsburg 8 27 23 101 Taylor Housewight, SR, QB, Ashland 7 14 15 64 Kevin Rodgers, SO, QB, Henderson State 7 12 16 61 Derrick Washington, SR, RB, Tuskegee 10 4 10 48 Chris Bowden, SR, WR, Wingate 2 8 10 32

GLIAC/MIFC Harlon Hill Finalists Joe Glendening, Hillsdale, 7th, 2011 Curt Anes, Grand Valley State: 1st, 2002; 2nd, 2001 Joique Bell, Wayne State: 1st, 2009 Monty Brown, Ferris State: 5th, 1992 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State: 5th, 2001 Cullen Finnerty, Grand Valley State: 2nd, 2006 Jeff Fox, Grand Valley State: 3rd, 1998 Joe Glendening, Hillsdale College: 7th, 2011 Brad Iciek, Grand Valley State: 7th, 2007; 5th, 2008; 5th, 2009 Bill Love, Ferris State: 2nd, 1995 Eric Lynch, Grand Valley State: 8th, 1991; T-6th, 1990 Lee Marana, Michigan Tech: 7th, 2004 Phil Milbrath, Michigan Tech: 7th, 2010 Mark Radlikski, Saginaw Valley State: 6th, 2003

In 2012, Ashland University quarterback Taylor Housewright represented the GLIAC as a finalist for the Harlon Hill Award. He finished fifth in the voting with 64 total points. 13


National Postseason Players’ and Coaches’ Awards

2005 2006 2007 2011

Mike McFadden, Grand Valley State 1995 Mike McFadden, Grand Valley State Brandon Barnes, Grand Valley State Joe Long, Wayne State 1996

National Football Foundation Scholar-Athletes 1992

Monty Brown, Ferris State

1993

Jerry Spatny, Ashland

1995

Jere Getzinger, Ferris State Jeff Mowrey, Ashland

American Football Coaches Association District/Region 3 Coach-Of-The-Year

Burger King Division II Scholar-Athletes

Manheim Touchdown Club Gene Upshaw D-II Lineman of the Year

Scott Kieser, Michigan Tech Jason Liddell, Saginaw Valley State Jeff Mowrey, Ashland Derek Aberlich, Northwood David Burton, Indianapolis Chad DiFranco, Ashland Jeff Sorg, Indianapolis

1990 1991 1992 1994 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003

1997

Matt Gardner, Indianapolis Matthew “Bubba” Harris, Ashland

1998

Brian Mihok, Westminster

2004 2005

1999

Justin Gobson, Mercyhurst

2006 2007 2009 2010 2011

Tom Beck, Grand Valley State Bob Bartolomeo, Butler Keith Otterbein, Ferris State Keith Otterbein, Ferris State Brian Kelly, Grand Valley State Dave Dye, Hillsdale Brian Kelly, Grand Valley State Dan Simrell, FIndlay Brian Kelly, Grand Valley State* Division II Coach of the Year Bernie Anderson, Michigan Tech Chuck Martin, Grand Valley State* Division II Coach of the Year Chuck Martin, Grand Valley State* Division II Coach of the Year Chuck Martin, Grand Valley State Keith Otterbein, Hillsdale Paul Winters, Wayne State Keith Otterbein, Hillsdale College * - Regional and National Coach of the Year.

NCAA Division-II Football Super Region IV NCAA Division II football is split into four super regions, with six teams from each super region comprising the 24-team postseason field. Super Regional Four is composed of teams from the GLIAC, the Great Lake Valley Conference (8 teams), the Lone Star Conference (9 teams) the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (10 teams), and three independent teams. Below is the list of the 56 teams that will compete in Super Region IV in 2013.

Ashland University Ferris State University University of Findlay Grand Valley State University Hillsdale College Lake Erie College Malone University Michigan Technological University Northern Michigan University Northwood University Ohio Dominican University Saginaw Valley State University Tiffin University Walsh (Ohio) University

Central State University

Abilene Christian University

University of Indianapolis

Angelo State University

Kentucky Wesleyan College

Eastern New Mexico University

McKendree University

University of the Incarnate Word

Missouri S&T

Midwestern State University

Quincy University

Tarleton State University

Saint Joseph’s College

Texas A&M-Commerce

Urbana University

Texas A&M-Kingsville

William Jewell College

West Texas A&M University

Independents McMurry University Oklahoma Panhandle State University

Wayne State University

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Adams State (Colo.) College Black Hills State Univeristy Chadron State (Neb.) College Colorado School of Mines Colorado State University - Pueblo Fort Lewis State (Colo.) College Mesa State (Colo.) College New Mexico Highlands University Western New Mexico University Western State (Colo.) College


GLIAC Teams In The NCAA-II Playoffs 2012 Postseason Results

2011 Postseason Results

2010 Postseason Results

First-Round Super Region III at Ashland University Ashland, Ohio Saturday, November 24 Jack Miller Stadium

First-Round Super Region III at St. Cloud State University (Minn.) St. Cloud, Minnesota Saturday, November 19 Husky Stadium

First-Round Super Region III at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 20 Lumbers Stadium

West Texas A&M 33, at Ashland 28

Wayne St. 48, at St Cloud State (Minn.) 38

at Grand Valley St. 35, Colorado Mines 13

First-Round Super Region III at University of Minnesota Duluth Duluth, Minn. Saturday, November 19 Malosky Stadium

First-Round Super Region III at St. Cloud State University (Minn.) St. Cloud, Minnesota Saturday, November 20 Husky Stadium

at Minn. Duluth 30, Saginaw Valley St. 27

at St. Cloud State (Minn.) 42, Hillsdale 28

Super Region III Semifinal at University of Nebraska Kearney Kearney, Nebraska Saturday, November 26 Cope Stadium

Super Region III Semifinal at Augustana College Sioux Falls, South Dakota Saturday, November 27 Kirkeby-Over Stadium

Wayne St. 38, at Nebraska Kearney 26

at Augustana (S.D.) 38, Grand Valley St. 6

Super Region III Championship at University of Minnesota Duluth Duluth, Minn. Saturday, December 3 Malosky Stadium Wayne St. 31, at Minn. Duluth 25

NCAA Division II Semifinal at Winston-Salem State University Winston-Salem, N.C. Saturday, December 10 Bowman Gray Stadium Wayne St. 21, at Winston-Salem 14

NCAA Divsion II Championship Game at Pittsburgh State Florence, Ala. Saturday, Decmeber 17 Braly Municipal Stadium Pittsburgh St. 35, Wayne St. 21

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GLIAC Teams In The NCAA-II Playoffs 2009 Postseason Results

2008 Postseason Results

2007 Postseason Results

First-Round Super Region III at Minnesota State University-Mankato Mankato, Minnesota Saturday, November 14 Blakeslee Stadium

First-Round Northwest Region at Ashland University Ashland, Ohio Saturday, November 15 Community Stadium

First-Round Northwest Region at Central Washington University Ellensburg, Washington Saturday, November 17 Tomlinson Stadium

Hillsdale 27, at Minnesota State 24 (OT)

at Ashland 27, Minnesota State 16

at Central Washington 40, Ashland 24

First-Round Super Region III at Univ. of Nebraska-Kearney Kearney, Nebraska Saturday November 14 Cope Stadium

Second-Round Northwest Region at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday November 22 Lumbers Stadium

at Neb. Kearney 35, Saginaw Valley 20

at Grand Valley St. 40, Ashland 7

Super Region III Semifinal at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 21 Lumbers Stadium

Northwest Region Championship at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 29 Lumbers Stadium

at Grand Valley St. 44, Hillsdale 27

Minn.-Duluth 19, at Grand Valley St. 13 (2OT)

Second-Round Northwest Region at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 24 Lubbers Stadium at Grand Valley State 21, North Dakota 14

Super Region III Championship at University of Minnesota-Duluth Duluth, Minnesota Saturday, November 28 Malosky Stadium

Northwest Region Championship at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, December 1 Lubbers Stadium at Grand Valley St. 41, Central Wash. 21

NCAA Division II Semifinal at Northwest Missouri State University Maryville, Missouri Saturday, December 8 Rickenbrode Stadium

Grand Valley St. 24, at Minn.-Duluth 10 NCAA Division II Semifinal at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, December 5 Lubbers Stadium

at NW Mo. State 34, Grand Valley St. 16

at Grand Valley St. 41, Carson-Newman 27 NCAA Divsion II Championship Game at University of North Alabama Florence, Alabama Saturday, December 12 Braly Municipal Stadium NW Missouri St. 30, Grand Valley St. 23

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GLIAC Teams In The NCAA-II Playoffs 2006 Postseason Results

2005 Postseason Results

2004 Postseason Results

First-Round Northwest Region at Northwood University Midland, Michigan Saturday, November 18 Hantz Stadium

First-Round Northwest Region at Saginaw Valley State University University Center, Michigan Saturday, November 12 Wickes Stadium

First-Round Northwest Region at Winona State University Winona, Minnesota Saturday, November 13 Maxwell Field

South Dakota 31, at Northwood 28

at Saginaw Valley St. 31, Northwood 16

Grand Valley St. 16, at Winona St. (Minn.) 13

Second-Round Northwest Region at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 25 Lubbers Stadium

Second-Round Northwest Region at the University of Nebraska-Omaha Omaha, Nebraska Saturday, November 19 Caniglia Field

Second-Round Northwest Region at Michigan Tech University Houghton, Michigan Saturday, November 20 Sherman Field

at Grand Valley St. 35, South Dakota 17

Saginaw Valley St. 24, at Neb.-Omaha 21

North Dakota 20, at Michigan Tech 3

Northwest Region Final at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, December 2 Lubbers Stadium

Second-Round Northwest Region at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 19 Lubbers Stadium

Second-Round Northwest Region at Northwood University Midland, Michigan Saturday, November 20 Hantz Stadium

at Grand Valley St. 30, North Dakota 20

at Grand Valley St. 17, North Dakota 3

Grand Valley St. 10, at Northwood 7

NCAA Division II Semifinal at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Sunday, December 10 Lubbers Stadium

Northwest Region Final at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 26 Lubbers Stadium

Northwest Region Final at the University of North Dakota Grand Forks, North Dakota Saturday, November 27 Alerus Center

at Grand Valley St. 49, North Alabama 30

at Grand Valley St. 24, Saginaw Valley St. 17

at North Dakota 19, Grand Valley St. 15

NCAA Divsion II Championship Game at University of North Alabama Florence, Alabama Saturday, December 16 Braly Municipal Stadium

NCAA Division II Semifinal at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, December 3 Lubbers Stadium

Grand Valley St. 17, NW Missouri St. 14

Grand Valley St. 55, East Stroudsburg (Pa.) 20

NCAA Divsion II Championship Game at University of North Alabama Florence, Alabama Saturday, December 10 Braly Municipal Stadium Grand Valley St. 21, NW Missouri St. 17

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GLIAC Teams In The NCAA-II Playoffs 2003 Postseason Results

2002 Postseason Results

2001 Postseason Results

First-Round Northeast Region at Saginaw Valley State University University Center, Michigan Saturday, November 22 Wickes Stadium

First-Round Northeast Region at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 23 Lubbers Stadium

First-Round Northeast Region at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 17 Lubbers Stadium

Saginaw Valley St. 33, Edinboro (Pa.) 9

Grand Valley St. 62, C.W. Post (N.Y.) 13

Grand Valley St. 42, Bloomsburg (Pa.) 14

First-Round Northeast Region at Bentley University Waltham, Massachussetts Saturday, November 22 Bentley Athletic Field

First-Round Northeast Region at Indiana University of Pa. Indiana, Pennsylvania Saturday, November 23 George P. Miller Stadium

First-Round Northeast Region at Saginaw Valley State University University Center, Michigan Saturday, November 17 Wickes Stadium

Grand Valley State 65, Bentley (Mass.) 36

Indiana (Pa.) 27, Saginaw Valley St. 23

Saginaw Valley St. 33, Indiana (Pa.) 32

Quarterfinal Northeast Region at Saginaw Valley State University University Center, Michigan Saturday, November 29 Wickes Stadium

Quarterfinal Northeast Region at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 30 Lubbers Stadium

Quarterfinal Northeast Region at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 24 Lubbers Stadium

Grand Valley St. 10, Saginaw Valley St. 3

Grand Valley St. 62, Indiana (Pa.) 21

Grand Valley St. 33, Saginaw Valley St. 30

NCAA Division II Semifinal at Texas A&M - Kingsville Kingsville, Texas Saturday, December 6 Javelina Stadium

National Semifinal at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, December 7 Lubbers Stadium

National Semifinal at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, December 1 Lubbers Stadium

Grand Valley St. 33, TAMUK 3

Grand Valley St. 44, Northern Colorado 7

Grand Valley St. 34, Catawba (N.C.) 16

NCAA Divsion II Championship Game at University of North Alabama Florence, Alabama Saturday, December 13 Braly Municipal Stadium

NCAA Divsion II Championship Game at University of North Alabama Florence, Alabama Saturday, December 14 Braly Municipal Stadium

NCAA Divsion II Championship Game at University of North Alabama Florence, Alabama Saturday, December 8 Braly Municipal Stadium

Grand Valley St. 10, North Dakota 3

Grand Valley St. 31, Valdosta St. (Ga.) 24

North Dakota 17, Grand Valley St. 14

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GLIAC Teams In The NCAA-II Playoffs 2000 2000 First-Round Northeast Region at Northwood University Midland, Michigan Saturday, November 18 Hantz Stadium

1995 1995 First-Round Northeast Region at Ferris State University Big Rapids, Michigan Saturday, November 18 Top Taggart Field

1992 1992 First-Round Northeast Region at Ferris State University Big Rapids, Michigan Saturday, November 21 Top Taggart Field

Northwood 28, Indiana (Pa.) 0

Ferris State 36, Millersville (Pa.) 26

Ferris State 19, Edinboro (Pa.) 15

First-Round Northeast Region at Bloomsburg University Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania Saturday, November 18 Redman Stadium

Quarterfinal Northeast Region at Ferris State University Big Rapids, Michigan Saturday, November 25 Top Taggart Field

Quarterfinal Northeast Region at University of New Haven New Haven, Connecticut Saturday, November 28 Yale Bowl

Bloomsburg (Pa.) 46, Saginaw Valley St. 32

Ferris State 17, New Haven (Conn.) 9

New Haven (Conn.) 35, Ferris State 13

Quarterfinal Northeast Region at Bloomsburg University Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania Saturday, November 25 Redman Stadium

National Semifinal at University of North Alabama Florence, Alabama Saturday, December 2 Braly Municipal Stadium

1991 First-Round Midwest Region at Pittsburg State University Pittsburg, Kansas Saturday, November 23 Carnie Smith Stadium

Bloomsburg (Pa.) 38, Northwood 14

North Alabama 45, Ferris State 7

1998 1998 First-Round Northeast Region at Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania Saturday, November 21 N. Kerr Thompson Stadium

1994 1994 First-Round Northeast Region at Indiana University of Pa. Indiana, Pennsylvania Saturday, November 19 George P. Miller Stadium

Pittsburg State (Kan.) 26, Butler 16

Slippery Rock (Pa.) 37, Grand Valley St. 14

Indiana (Pa.) 35, Grand Valley St. 27

East Texas State 36, Grand Valley State 15

1997 1997 First-Round Northeast Region at Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania Saturday, November 22 N. Kerr Thompson Stadium

First-Round Northeast Region at Ferris State University Big Rapids, Michigan Saturday, November 19 Top Taggart Field

1990 First-Round Midwest Region at Grand Valley State University Allendale, Michigan Saturday, November 17 Lubbers Stadium

Slippery Rock (Pa.) 30, Ashland 20

1990

East Texas State 20, Grand Valley State 14

1996 1996 First-Round Northeast Region at Ferris State University Big Rapids, Michigan Saturday, November 23 Top Taggart Field Ferris State 24, Indiana (Pa.) 23

1993 1993 First-Round Northeast Region at Indiana University of Pa. Indiana, Pennsylvania Saturday, November 20 George P. Miller Stadium

Clarion (Pa.) 23, Ferris State 21

First-Round Midwest Region at East Texas State University Commerce, Texas Saturday, November 23 Memorial Stadium

Ferris State 43, West Chester (Pa.) 40 Quarterfinal Northeast Region at Ferris State University Big Rapids, Michigan Saturday, November 26 Top Taggart Field

Quarterfinal Northeast Region at Ferris State University Big Rapids, Michigan Saturday, November 30 Top Taggart Field

1991

Indiana (Pa.) 21, Ferris State 17

Indiana (Pa.) 28, Ferris State 21 19


NCAA Division II Cactus Bowl

2010

2003

Cameron Bradfield, Grand Valley State Justin Magruder, Ashland Eric Quintana, Indianapolis Stan Thornton, Wayne State Troy Weatherhead, Hillsdale

Toure Carter, Ashland Craig Duppong, Wayne State Eric Houle, Saginaw Valley State Silas Johnson, Hillsdale Scott Mackey, Grand Valley State Cesare Manning, Indianapolis Ruvell Martin, Saginaw Valley State Glen Martinez, Saginwa Valley State Dedrick Roper, Northwood

2008 Dyshaun Edwards, Tiffin Desi Mayner, Saginaw Valley State Nate Hollins, Ashland Sam Allen, Grand Valley State Matt Black, Saginaw Valley State Dante Dunn, Wayne State Dan Skuta, Grand Valley State Jacob Visser, Ferris State

2007 Mark Nicolet, Hillsdale *Offensive “MVP” Vince Cashdollar, Ashland Brandon Barnes, Grand Valley State *Top Offensive Lineman Dan Marshall, Northwood Kyle Clement, Northwood Bill Bourdlais, Ferris State Matt Vanover, Hillsdale Anthony Adams, Grand Valley State Brandon Carr, Grand Valley State Kurtis Hout, Ferris State

2005 Josh Bourke, Grand Valley State Carlton Brewster, Ferris State Devin Conwell, Ashland Nick Degg, Northwood John DiGiorgio, Saginaw Valley State Keith Recker, Hillsdale

2004 Whitney Bell, Ferris State Joe Berger, Michigan Tech *Top Offensive Lineman Martel Foster, Northwood Corey Gonzales, Saginaw Valley State Lucius Hawkins, Grand Valley State Todd Herremans, Saginaw Valley State Keyonta Marshall, Grand Valley State *Defensive “MVP” Kevin Myers, Ferris State Jeff Thiel, Mercyhurst Ryan Wettstein, Northern Michigan Chris Wilson, Northwood

2002 Phil Condon, Grand Valley State DeRen Ellis, Ferris State Dale Westrick, Grand Valley State

2001 Pierre Brown, Wayne State Demons Bryan, Saginaw Valley State Clarence Coleman, Ferris State *Offensive “MVP” Kent Cramer, Ashland Robert Jones, Michigan Tech Clarence Lindsey, Grand Valley State Tim Mustapha, Hillsdale Brock Swonguer, Ashland

2000 Brian Dolph, Saginaw Valley State Jeff Griffis, Saginaw Valley State Matt Jackson, Northwood Huston Julian, Wayne State Max Lind, Ashland Dave Zuiderveen, Ferris State

1999 Steve Clinkscale, Ashland Josh Gentry, Indianapolis *Defensive “MVP” Doc Proctor, Ferris State Nick Sturm, Michigan Tech Dennis Strey, Ferris State

1998 Chris Fichtner, Ashland Jeff Fox, Grand Valley State Joe Kelenic, Northern Michigan Kevin Kreinhagen, Indianapolis Dallas Lintner, Saginaw Valley State Tony Scott, Hillsdale Keith Swanson, Mercyhurst Jason Trice, Grand Valley State

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1997 Brad Affholter, Hillsdale Ron Allen, Michigan Tech Jovan Dewitt, Northern Michigan Aaron Grace, Saginaw Valley State Mathew “Bubba” Harris, Ashland Ken Johnson, Wayne State Matt Potter, Grand Valley State Paul Spicer, Saginaw Valley State

1996 Kevin Batus, St. Francis Tim Boesch, Northern Michigan Joe Gilbert, Saginaw Valley State Jeff Mowrey, Ashland Jerry Prys, Ferris State Gary Ruttan, Wayne State

1995 Bob Adams, Northern Michigan Matt Carey, Wayne State Dan Clausen, St. Francis Johnel Davis, Northwood Joe Gough, Wayne State Sam Hohler, Ashland Tyrone Kennedy, Saginaw Valley State Chadd Richard, Ferris State Mike Sheldon, Grand Valley State

1994 Tom Beer, Wayne State Rich Eash, Ferris State Hardie Farr, Grand Valley State Tim Houseman, Ashland Ed Philion, Ferris State Bill Royce, Ashland


2012 GLIAC Football Final Standings Team North Division 1. Grand Valley St. Saginaw Valley Michigan Tech. Hillsdale 5. Ferris St. 6. Wayne State 7. Northwood 8. Northern Mich. South Division 1. Ashland #9 2. Ohio Dominican Findlay 4. Lake Erie 5. Notre Dame (Ohio) Walsh Tiffin 8. Malone

W 7 7 7 7 6 5 4 3 W 10 7 7 3 2 2 2 1

Conference L 3 3 3 3 4 5 6 7 L 0 3 3 7 8 8 8 9

For 415 332 377 308 341 213 246 207 For 425 392 325 242 247 166 172 149

Points Opp Pct 327 .700 260 .700 238 .700 198 .700 309 .600 244 .500 231 .400 340 .300 Opp Pct 136 1.000 221 .700 274 .700 401 .300 460 .200 226 .200 331 .200 359 .100

W 8 8 7 7 7 5 5 4 W 11 8 7 3 3 3 3 1

L 3 3 3 4 4 5 6 7 L 1 3 3 8 8 8 8 9

Overall For 461 360 377 330 376 213 300 231 For 490 449 325 275 306 206 195 149

Opp 347 284 238 228 333 244 262 346 Opp 183 227 274 437 502 236 344 359

Points Pct .727 .727 .700 .636 .636 .500 .455 .364 Pct .917 .727 .700 .273 .273 .273 .273 .100

# - AFCA D-II Ranking in Final 2012 poll.

2012 GLIAC Football Players-of-the-Week 2012 Offensive Players of the Week (9/4) Jeff Janis, SV

(10/15) Mark Miller, OD

(9/10) Heath Parling, GV

(10/22) Jason Vander, FS

(9/17) Clay Belton, UF

(10/29) Jeff Janis, SV

(9/24) Jeff Janis, SV

(11/5) Tyler Scarlett, MT

(10/1) Isiah Grimes

(11/12) Jeff Janis, SV

(10/8) Jason Vander, FS

2012 Defensive Players of the Week (9/4) Eisen Hardy, OD

(10/15) Devin Moynihan, HC

(9/10) Daniel Pittman, HC

(10/22) Luther Ware, GV

(9/17) Billy Eakins, OD

(10/29) Brad Horling, GV

(9/24) Tayo Moss, FS

(11/5) Spencer Remtema, NU

(10/1) Logan Francis, MU

(11/12) Brad Iskow, FS

Saginaw Valley State WR Jeff Janis earned four GLIAC Offensive “Player of the Week” awards during the 2012 season (Sept. 4, Sept. 24, Oct. 29, & Nov. 12).

(10/8) Andrew Matt, WS

2012 Special Teams Players of the Week (9/4) Reggie Williams, GV

(10/15) Rockne Belmonte, NM

(9/10) Cameron Jackson, NU (10/22) Brian Gamble, AU (9/17) Seth White, UF

(10/29) Sam Marcotte, LE

(9/24) Reggie Williams, GV

(11/5) Rockne Belmonte, NM

(10/1) Akeem Cason, MT

(11/12) Christian Jesse, NM

(10/8) Tanner Wells, LE 21

NMU place kicker and punter Rockne Belmonte was named the GLIAC Football “Special Teams Player of the Week” twice in 2012 (Oct. 15 & Nov. 5)


2011 GLIAC Football Final Standings Team North Division 1. Grand Valley St. Saginaw Valley 3. Indianapolis Michigan Tech 5. Ferris St. 6. Northern Mich. 7. Northwood South Division 1. Hillsdale 2. Wayne State #2 3. Ohio Dominican Ashland Findlay 6. Lake Erie 7. Tiffin

Conference W L 7 3 7 3 6 4 6 4 5 5 3 7 1 9 W L 8 2 7 3 6 4 6 4 6 4 2 8 0 10

Points For Opp 422 203 319 276 305 269 268 189 289 255 259 302 141 267 For Opp 331 232 322 220 319 280 313 236 313 337 283 412 122 528

Pct .700 .700 .600 .600 .500 .300 .100 Pct .800 .700 .600 .600 .600 .200 .000

W 8 7 7 7 6 4 2 W 8 12 7 6 6 3 0

Overall L 3 4 4 4 5 7 9 L 3 4 4 5 5 8 11

For 466 346 346 291 309 290 155 For 348 550 351 333 323 296 156

Points Opp 223 306 269 195 272 326 277 Opp 252 382 300 263 351 422 568

Pct .727 .636 .636 .636 .545 .364 .182 Pct .727 .750 .636 .545 .545 .273 .000

# - AFCA D-II Ranking in Final 2011 poll.

2011 GLIAC Football Players-of-the-Week 2011 Offensive Players of the Week (9/6) Skylar Stoker, FS

(10/17) Norman Shuford, GV

(9/12) Mike Noffsinger, OD

(10/24) Heath Parling, GV

(9/19) Ryan Forney, UI

(10/31) Jonathon Jennings, SV

(9/26) Joe Glendening, HC

(11/7) Joe Glendening, HC

(10/3) Chris Mills, UI

(11/14) Seth White, UF

(10/10) Jonathon Jennings, SV

2011 Defensive Players of the Week (9/6) Kevin Chapman, LE

(10/17) Eric Schwieterman, AU

(9/12) Zach Anderson, NM

(10/24) Mazen Jaddou, WS

(9/19) Jeremy Jones, WS

(10/31) Andre Thomas, GV

(9/26) Isaiah Ballard, UF

(11/7) Justin Armstrong, MT

(10/3) Jesse Vandenberg, MT

(11/14) Zach Breen, GV

Saginaw Valley State QB Jonathon Jennings earned two GLIAC Offensive “Player of the Week” awards during the 2011 season (Oct. 10 & Oct. 31).

(10/10) Justin Bell, OD

2011 Special Teams Players of the Week (9/6) John Privitelli, NM

(10/17) Greg Berkshire, AU

(9/12) Gregg Berkshire, AU

(10/24) Isaiah Ballard, UF

(9/19) Victor Bodrie, FS

(10/31) Tony Hite, NU

(9/26) Cody Groulx, FS

(11/7) Chris Vortkamp, OD

(10/3) Stefan Terleckyj, WS

(11/14) Eric Thompson, GV

(10/10) Scott Stanford, SV 22

Ashland place kicker and punter Gregg Berkshire was named the GLIAC Football “Special Teams Player of the Week” twice in 2011 (Sept. 12 & Oct. 17).


2010 GLIAC Football Final Standings Team North Division 1. Grand Valley St. #10 2. Michigan Tech #25 Indianapolis Ferris State Northern Michigan Northwood 7. Saginaw Valley State South Division 1. Wayne State #21 Hillsdale #16 3. Ashland 4. Lake Erie 5. Ohio Dominican 6. Findlay 7. Tiffin

Conference W L 9 1 8 2 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 6 W L 8 2 8 2 7 3 3 7 2 8 1 9 0 10

Points For Opp 394 167 305 166 223 228 256 264 215 176 294 324 262 270 For Opp 316 209 310 215 391 182 244 414 171 295 132 333 172 442

Pct .900 .800 .500 .500 .500 .500 .400 Pct .800 .800 .700 .300 .200 .100 .000

W 11 8 6 5 5 5 4 W 9 9 8 3 2 1 1

Overall L 2 2 5 6 6 6 7 L 2 3 3 8 8 10 10

For 469 305 261 273 221 313 303 For 347 373 415 264 171 135 203

Points Opp 249 166 238 299 183 355 312 Opp 228 274 196 440 295 349 463

Pct .846 .800 .545 .455 .455 .455 .364 Pct .818 .750 .727 .273 .200 .091 .091

# - AFCA D-II Ranking in Final 2010 poll.

2010 GLIAC Football Players-of-the-Week 2010 Offensive Players of the Week (9/7) Kyle McMahon - GV

(10/18) Taylor Housewright - AU

(9/13) Carter Kopach - NM

(10/25) Sean Bedevelsky - LE

(9/20) Carter Kopach - NM

(11/1) Phil Milbrath - MT

(9/27) Aaron Shavers - NU

(11/8) Josh Renel - WS

(10/4) Joe Glendening - HC

(11/9) Joe Horn - AU

(10/11) Troy Weatherhead - HC

2010 Defensive Players of the Week (9/7) Luther Ware - GV

(10/18) Mark Markakis - OD

(9/13) Tayo Moss - FS

(10/25) Jeremy Jones - WS

(9/20) Craig Hoying - UF

(11/1) William Miles - FS

(9/27) Joe Vear - HC

(11/8) Steve Gawronski - GV

(10/4) Carmon Wolfe - AU

(11/15) Mike Dum - UI

Northern Michigan QB Carter Kopach earned two consecutive GLIAC Offensive “Player of the Week” awards during the 2010 season.

(10/11) Zach Breen - GV

2010 Special Teams Players of the Week (9/7) Ryan Stackhouse - AU (10/18) Rockne Belmonte - NM (9/13) David Singleton - TU (10/25) Akeem Cason - MT (9/20) Tyler Cattelino - MT

(11/1) Alan Dunson - AU

(9/27) Jay Jandasek - GV

(11/8) Gregg Berkshire - AU

(10/4) Pat Sijan - NU

(11/15) Gregg Berkshire - AU

(10/11) Tyler Cattelino - MT 23

Hillsdale DB Joe Vear was named GLIAC and National Defensive “Player of the Week” on September 27, 2010.


2009 GLIAC Football Final Standings Conference Team W 1. Grand Valley St. #2 9 2. Hillsdale #11 8 Saginaw Valley St. #19 8 4. Northwood 7 5. Findlay 6 Northern Mich. 6 Ashland 6 8. Wayne State 5 9. Indianapolis 3 10. Michigan Tech 2 11. Ferris State 0 12. Tiffin 0

L 1 2 2 3 4 4 4 5 7 8 10 10

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Points For 369 370 299 276 235 316 292 291 168 224 88 139

Opp 149 227 200 213 186 161 277 307 231 322 388 406

Overall Pct .900 .800 .800 .700 .600 .600 .600 .500 .300 .200 .000 .000

W 13 10 9 7 7 6 6 6 4 2 1 0

L 2 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 7 8 10 11

Points T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

For Opp 538 266 461 302 342 252 276 213 277 207 316 161 299 287 322 320 199 234 224 322 122 402 153 440

Pct .867 .769 .750 .700 .636 .600 .545 .545 .364 .200 .091 .000

# - AFCA D-II Ranking in Final 2009 poll.

2009 GLIAC Football Players-of-the-Week 2009 Offensive Players of the Week (8/31) Charles Dowdell - SV

(10/12) Joe Horn - AU

(9/7) Troy Weatherhead - HC

(10/19) Joique Bell - WS

(9/14) Brad Iciek - GV

(10/26) Andre Holmes - HC

(9/21) Joique Bell - WS

(11/2) Joique Bell - WS

(9/28) Vinnie Panizzi - HC

(11/9) Brad Iciek - GV

(10/5) Joique Bell - WS

2009 Defensive Players of the Week (8/31) KyleFitzpatrick - FS

(10/12) Nick Hixson - HC

(9/7) John Jacobs - SV

(10/19) J.T. Owens - UI

(9/14) Quinton Scott - AU

(10/26) Danny Richard - GV

(9/21) Kenny Loney - WS

(11/2) Brian Gamble - AU

(9/28) Joe Knopick - UF

(11/9) John Jacobs - SV

Wayne State RB Joique Bell earned four GLIAC “Player of the Week” awards en route to winning the Harlon Hill Award as D-II’s top player in 2009.

(10/5) Nathen Yelk - NM

2009 Special Teams Players of the Week (8/31) Stan Thornton - WS

(10/12) Mark Petro - HC

(9/7) Pat Sijan - NU

(10/19) Carlin Isles - AU

(9/14) Josh Renel - WS

(10/26) Cameron Stevens - UF

(9/21) Mark Petro - HC

(11/2) Joe Glendening - HC

(9/28) Blake Smolen - GV

(11/9) Gregg Berkshire - AU

(10/5) Tyler Cattelino - MT 24

SVSU LB John Jacobs was twice named GLIAC “Player of the Week” in 2009. Jacobs was also tabbed 2009 GLIAC “Defensive Back of the Year.”


Past Standings and Players-of-the-Week 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11.

W 10 8 7 7 7 6 5 4 2 2 1 1

Grand Valley State Ashland Michigan Tech Wayne State Saginaw Valley State Hillsdale Ferris State Indianapolis Northern Michigan Northwood Findlay Tiffin Sept. 2 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

-GLIAC- 2008 L PF PA 0 409 126 2 376 278 3 295 301 3 208 151 3 262 224 4 265 230 5 168 216 6 246 242 8 208 320 8 215 310 9 186 275 9 203 368

OFFENSE Steve Short, MTU Matt Root, TU Bill Cundiff, AU Phil Milbrath, MTU Brad Iciek, GVSU Craig Jenkins, UI Kyle Parrish, FSU James Berezik, GVSU Brad Iciek, GVSU Joique Bell, WSU James Berezik, GVSU

Pct. 1.000 .800 .700 .700 .700 .600 .500 .400 .200 .200 .100 .100

DEFENSE Parris Burt, TU Jake Visser, FSU Parris Burt, TU Tom Brenner, AU Chad Wilson, FSU Alex Wojcik, HC Dan Skuta, GVSU Jeremy Jones, WSU Nathan Yelk, NMU Drew Berube, HC Matt Black, SVSU

W 11 9 8 8 7 7 6 5 2 2 2 1

L 1 4 3 3 3 4 5 6 8 8 9 10

-OVERALLPF PA 462 152 452 383 321 322 222 161 262 224 314 236 182 228 286 256 208 320 215 310 212 275 215 382

Pct. .917 .692 .727 .727 .700 .636 .545 .455 .200 .200 .182 .091

SPECIAL TEAMS Dante Dunn, WSU Dante Dunn, WSU Mark Petro, HC Mark Petro, HC Dante Dunn, WSU Eric Schweller, HC Dawon Harvey, AU Alan Dunson, AU Jim Yates, FSU Gregg Berkshire, AU Carlin Isles, AU

2007 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

9. 10. 12. 13.

W Grand Valley State 9 Ashland 8 Hillsdale 7 Ferris State# 6 Michigan Tech 6 Indianapolis 5 Northwood 5 Northern Michigan# 5 Findlay# 4 Mercyhurst 3 Saginaw Valley State 3 Wayne State 2 Gannon# 1 # - SVSU forfeited victories

L 0 1 3 4 4 5 5 5 6 7 7 8 9

-GLIACPF PA Pct. 377 106 1.000 416 258 .889 401 235 .700 278 299 .600 287 266 .600 311 285 .500 311 328 .500 282 329 .500 182 314 .400 332 415 .300 292 206 .300 293 364 .200 124 481 .100

L 0 2 3 4 4 4 5 5 6 7 7 9 9

-GLIACPF PA Pct. 371 146 1.000 269 170 .800 247 204 .700 236 192 .600 269 241 .600 277 238 .600 257 214 .500 244 237 .500 206 244 .400 234 333 .300 221 282 .300 92 218 .100 130 334 .100

W L 12 1 8 2 8 3 7 4 6 5 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 4 7 3 7 3 8 1 10

-OVERALLPF PA Pct. 497 189 .923 440 298 .800 432 249 .727 320 318 .636 331 313 .545 353 301 .545 311 328 .500 282 329 .500 202 314 .455 353 421 .364 292 206 .300 335 383 .273 130 531 .091

W L 15 0 8 3 8 3 6 4 6 4 6 5 6 5 5 6 4 6 3 7 3 7 2 9 1 10

-OVERALLPF PA Pct. 533 283 1.000 297 201 .727 278 217 .727 236 192 .600 269 241 .600 287 255 .545 292 236 .545 258 261 .455 206 244 .400 234 333 .300 221 282 .300 117 242 .182 133 349 .091

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

OFFENSE DEFENSE C.J. Van Wieren, FSU Brandon Carr, GVSU Richard Stokes, MC Charlie Gleisner, MC Mark Nicolet, HC Josh Miller, SVSU Bill Cundiff, AU Kirk Carruth, GVSU Brad Iciek, GVSU Dan Skuta, GVSU Casey Gillin, UI D. Volmering, SVSU Joel McDaniel, UF E. Schumacher, FSU Joique Bell, WSU Tom Korte, HC Mark Bossuah, NMU Asa Jenkins, NU Aaron Waldie, HC D. Volmering, SVSU Dan Stiefel, SVSU Jake Visser, FSU

SPECIAL TEAMS Mark Petro, HC Matt Vanover, HC Tyler Cattelino, MTU Jim Yates, FSU Jace Morrision, UI Bobby Slowik, MTU Matt Vanover, HC Anthony Leandri, NMU Jeremy Burr, SVSU Jim Yates, FSU Chris Kollias, NU

2006 1. 2. 3. 4.

Grand Valley State Northwood Ferris State Michigan Tech Saginaw Valley State Wayne State 7. Indianapolis Hillsdale 9. Ashland 10.Northern Michigan Mercyhurst 12.Findlay Gannon

W 10 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 3 3 1 1

W L 1. Grand Valley State 9 0 2. Northwood# 9 1 3. Ashland 8 2 4. Michigan Tech# 7 2 5. Indianapolis# 6 4 6. Hillsdale# 5 5 7. Wayne State# 4 6 Ferris State# 4 6 9. Gannon 3 7 Findlay# 3 7 Northern Michigan# 3 7 Mercyhurst# 3 7 13.Saginaw Valley State 0 10 # - SVSU forfeited victories

-GLIACPF PA Pct. 317 102 1.000 327 168 .900 222 92 .800 232 163 .778 167 188 .600 216 212 .500 158 224 .400 251 311 .400 181 335 .300 205 329 .300 231 394 .300 220 341 .300 272 130 .000

Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

OFFENSE Joique Bell, WSU Justin Russell, UI Joique Bell, WSU Torris Childs, NU Shawn Grigg, FSU Kyle Kolbe, NU Joique Bell, WSU Lee Marana, MTU Cullen Finnerty, GVSU Mark Bossuah, NMU Cullen Finnerty, GVSU

DEFENSE Charleston Hughes, NU John Jacobs, SVSU Antraz Burton, NU John Jacobs, SVSU Bryan Klett, MTU Jared Kell, HC Anthony Adams, GVSU Anthony Adams, GVSU Mike McFadden, GVSU Chris Smilo, WSU Kyle Clement, NU

SPECIAL TEAMS David Chudzinski, WSU Jon Horn, NU Richard Stokes, MC Brandon Hill, MC Todd Carter, GVSU David Chudzinski, WSU David Chudzinski, WSU Dante Dunn, WSU Kyle Mossbrucker, UI Ronald Keels, GU Matt Black, SVSU

2005

-OVERALLW L PF PA Pct. 13 0 434 159 1.000 10 2 399 220 .833 9 2 252 107 .818 7 2 232 163 .778 7 4 201 201 .636 6 5 240 229 .545 4 6 158 224 .400 4 7 258 355 .364 3 8 204 365 .273 4 7 236 339 .364 3 7 231 394 .300 3 7 220 341 .300 0 13 344 191 .000

OFFENSE Aug. 29 Lee Marana, MTU Sept. 5 Brad Anderson, NMU Sept.12 Buddy Rivera, NMU Sept. 19 Logan Barnhart, SVSU Sept. 26 C.J. Van Wieren, FSU Oct. 3 Daryl Graham, MTU Oct. 10 Vinnie Miroth, SVSU Oct. 17 Ryan Kaul, FSU Oct. 24 Lee Marana, MTU Oct. 31 Kyle Kolbe, NU Nov. 7 Jason Schwalm, AU

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DEFENSE Kevin Scott, GU Chad Kurian, NMU Jim Couretas, NMU Jon Horn, NU Alan Guy, WSU Jake Meikle, MTU Anthony Adams, GVSU Charleston Hughes, NU James Kokrak, MC Antione Young, MTU Luke Busson, AU

SPECIAL TEAMS Chad Gurica, HC Roland Hamilton, UF Roland Hamilton, UF Kyle Marotz, NMU Bill Koenig, MTU Josh Eichler, FSU Nick Parker, UI Nick Parker, UI Matt Vanover, HC Dustin Esslin, SVSU Kyle Marotz, NMU


Past Standings and Players-of-the-Week 2004 1. Northwood Michigan Tech 3. Grand Valley State 4. Saginaw Valley State 5. Ferris State 6. Findlay 7. Ashland Mercyhurst Hillsdale 10. Gannon Indianapolis 12. Northern Michigan 13. Wayne State

W 9 9 8 7 6 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 1

L 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 7 7 8 9

-GLIACPF PA 431 206 393 145 339 148 354 177 183 228 257 204 197 238 235 326 217 323 272 340 225 306 194 368 115 403

L 0 1 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 7 8 8

-GLIACPF PA Pct. 371 154 1.000 426 149 .900 293 220 .600 260 266 .500 174 239 .500 243 361 .500 352 321 .500 153 271 .400 259 283 .400 263 347 .300 223 333 .200 167 240 .200

L 0 2 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 9

-GLIACPF PA Pct. 431 149 1.000 409 184 .800 257 261 .800 337 263 .700 270 280 .600 177 177 .444 235 284 .400 291 273 .400 229 312 .300 279 360 .300 165 305 .200 143 375 .100

Pct. .900 .900 .800 .700 .600 .500 .400 .400 .400 .300 .300 .200 .100

W L 10 2 9 2 10 3 7 3 6 5 6 5 5 6 4 7 4 7 4 7 4 7 2 8 1 9

-OVERALLPF PA Pct. 483 234 .833 396 165 .818 380 187 .769 354 177 .700 183 273 .545 297 225 .545 245 245 .455 249 384 .364 230 338 .364 322 379 .364 259 306 .364 194 368 .200 115 403 .100

W L 12 1 14 1 6 5 6 5 6 5 6 5 5 5 5 6 4 7 3 8 3 8 2 9

-OVERALLPF PA Pct. 437 187 .923 551 200 .933 307 250 .545 285 286 .545 225 270 .545 287 368 .545 352 321 .500 183 292 .455 279 308 .364 263 409 .273 261 354 .273 173 252 .182

W L 14 0 9 3 9 2 7 4 6 5 5 5 5 6 4 7 3 7 3 8 2 9 2 9

-OVERALLPF PA Pct. 654 231 1.000 479 224 .750 294 295 .818 350 310 .636 287 325 .545 210 198 .500 276 287 .455 312 306 .364 229 312 .300 279 394 .273 191 334 .182 159 388 .182

OFFENSE DEFENSE Aug. 30 Darmel Whitfield, GU Jon Horn, NU Sept. 6 Demonte Collins, GVSU Neil Harris, MC Sept. 13 Dan Mettlach, MTU Devin Conwell, AU Sept. 20 Mark Radlinski, SVSU Charleston Hughes, NU Sept. 27 Lee Marana, MTU Whitney Bell, FSU Oct. 4 Andrew Terry, FSU Allen Lattimore, AU Oct. 11 Kelly Reed, NMU Kenneth Akridge, UI Oct. 18 Lee Marana, MTU John DiGiorgio, SVSU Oct. 25 Lee Marana, MTU Martel Foster, NU Nov. 1 Antwan Hart, AU Matt Britton, HC Nov. 8 Chris Gruse, NU Marcus Spence, GVSU

SPECIAL TEAMS Brendan McNicholas, GU Brandon Langston, GVSU Ric Cottengim, SVSU Ben Bluemle, MC Greg Gundersen, WSU Jeff Dembowske, NU Scott Greene, GVSU Nick Parker, UI Roland Hamilton, UF Austin Wellock, AU Bobby Belmonte, SVSU

2003 1. 2. 3. 4.

8. 10. 11. 12.

Saginaw Valley State Grand Valley State Northwood Ferris State Findlay Indianapolis Michigan Tech Mercyhurst Hillsdale Northern Michigan Wayne State Ashland

W 10 9 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 3 2 2

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

OFFENSE Randy Hutchison, WSU Derek Fudge, FSU Matt Kohn, UI Matt Kohn, UI M. Tennessee, GVSU Cullen Finnerty, GVSU Dan Mettlach, MTU Lee Marana, MTU Glenn Martinez, SVSU Jeff Dock, GVSU Cullen Finnerty, GVSU Glenn Martinez, SVSU

DEFENSE SPECIAL TEAMS Cody Cramer, UF Jerriel Burrus, WSU Devin Conwell, AU David Hendrix, GVSU Dustin Cole, GVSU Matt Regnery, GVSU Brandon Genwright, NMU Robert Height, NU Chad Kurian, NMU Carlton Brewster, FSU Jared Bindel, UF D. Hallums, WSU Rob Keefe, MC Doug Daniel, NU Neil Baumgartner, SVSU Doug Daniel, NU Derrick Phillips, GVSU Terrance Patrick, MC Devin Conwell, AU Toure Carter, AU Cody Cramer, UF Eric Houle, SVSU Josh Mott, HC Scott Mackey, GVSU

2002 1. Grand Valley State 2. Saginaw Valley State Findlay 4. Northwood 5. Northern Michigan 6. Ferris State 7. Indianapolis Hillsdale 9. Michigan Tech Wayne State 11. Ashland 12. Mercyhurst

W 9 8 8 7 6 4 4 4 3 3 2 1

Sept. 3 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

OFFENSE DEFENSE SPECIAL TEAMS Joe Johnson, MTU Jackson Harris, UF Andy Campbell, UF Derek Fudge, FSU Scott Mackey, GVSU Vinny Repucci, MC Robert Cambell, UF Brandon Genwright, NMU Harry Garland, UF Joe Johnson, MTU Anderw Bonk, MTU Andy Campbell, UF Curt Anes, GVSU John DiGiorgio, SVSU Kyle Marotz, NMU Jason Martin, NU Mike Oswald, NMU Andrew Wellock, AU Matt LaFleur, SVSU Pat Cavanaugh, SVSU Matt Menchinger, HC Randy Hutchinson, WSU Orlando Williams, GVSU Terrance Banks, GVSU Kyle Swenor, NMU Jason Feasel, FSU Carlton Brewster, FSU Craig Duppong, WSU Dustin Daniels, MTU Scott Mackey, GVSU Curt Anes, GVSU Qasim Basir, WSU Nick Parker, UI Curt Anes, GVSU Brett Marrs, UI Robert Height, NU

2001 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Grand Valley State Saginaw Valley State Ferris State Indianapolis Ashland Michigan Tech 7. Northwood Wayne State 9. Northern Michigan Hillsdale Findlay 12. Mercyhurst

-GLIACPF PA Pct. 528 154 1.000 287 170 .900 250 214 .700 244 210 .600 265 256 .500 297 350 .500 250 251 .333 203 355 .333 188 278 .300 251 289 .300 200 314 .300 177 299 .222

W 9 9 7 6 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 2

L 0 1 3 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 7

W 9 9 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 2 2 2

-GLIACL PF PA 1 367 221 1 315 249 3 310 248 4 223 237 5 223 271 5 263 250 5 285 232 6 292 321 6 251 312 8 272 306 8 188 214 8 152 280

W L 13 1 11 2 7 4 7 4 6 5 5 5 3 6 3 7 4 7 3 8 3 8 2 7

-OVERALLPF PA Pct. 707 231 .929 381 256 .846 274 248 .636 254 210 .636 292 265 .545 297 350 .500 250 251 .333 217 389 .300 215 302 .364 272 320 .273 210 345 .273 177 299 .222

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

OFFENSE Matt LaFleur, SVSU Curt Anes, GVSU James Randle, NMU Tom Marsan, FSU Kevin Crooks, UF Curt Anes - GVSU Dominique Moultrie, MTU Curt Anes, GVSU Curt Anes, GVSU David Kircus, GVSU David Kircus, GVSU

DEFENSE Chris Volz, UI Patrick Duke, HC Demons Bryan, SVSU Tony Roberson, MTU Ryan Brizendine, UI Jason Battershell, SVSU Scott Mackey, GVSU Jackson Harris, UF Dean Geer, NU Mike Oswald, NMU Nick Childers, UI

SPECIAL TEAMS Andrew Coster, NMU Stephen Wayne, WSU Dennis Nisbet, UI Eric Houle, SVSU Clarence Coleman, FSU Sterling Walker, WSU Eric Houle, SVSU Dennis Nisbet, UI Jeff Dettwiler, MTU Matt Pifer, AU Tom Perez, FSU

2000 1. Northwood Saginaw Valley State 3. Grand Valley State 4. Northern Michigan 5. Ashland Michigan Tech Ferris State 8. Wayne State Mercyhurst 10. Indianapolis Hillsdale Findlay

Pct. .900 .900 .700 .600 .500 .500 .500 .400 .400 .200 .200 .200

W 10 9 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2

-OVERALLL PF PA 2 409 259 3 366 316 4 337 284 5 247 272 5 247 288 5 263 250 6 298 256 6 292 321 7 257 326 8 305 313 8 209 233 8 152 280

Pct. .833 .750 .636 .545 .545 .500 .455 .400 .364 .273 .273 .200

Sept 4 Sept 11 Sept 18 Sept 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

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OFFENSE Mac McArdle, MC Alex Kowalski, MTU Jeff Giesz, MTU Sleepie Tollie, NU Jason Charron, WSU Matt LaFleur, SVSU Jeremy Koger, GVSU David Kircus, GVSU Jason Martin, NU Greg Dore, MC David Kircus, GVSU

DEFENSE Todd DeVree, HC Demons Bryan, SVSU Jason Bluck, NU DeRen Ellis, FSU Chirs Volz, UI William Gray, GVSU Tim Mustapha, HC Matt Wood, MTU Derrick Thomas, WSU Tim Mustapha, HC Adam Wheatley, SVSU

SPECIAL TEAMS Clarence Coleman, FSU Andrew Coster, NMU Dominique Moultrie, MTU Jason Chounard, SVSU Jason Chounard, SVSU Dominique Moultrie, MTU Dominique Moultrie, MTU Dennis Nisbet, UI Sterling Walker, WSU Pat Williams, GVSU Matt Pifer, AU


Past Standings and Players-of-the-Week 1999 1. Northwood Ferris State 3. Ashland 4. Hillsdale Northern Michigan 6. Michigan Tech 7. Indianapolis Grand Valley State 9. Mercyhurst Saginaw Valley State 11. Westminster Findlay 13. Wayne State

W 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 2 2 0

-MIFCL PF 2 282 2 438 3 280 3 231 3 275 4 197 4 171 4 239 5 246 5 265 8 157 8 158 10 186

W 9 8 8 7 7 5 5 5 5 4 3 2 2 0

-MIFCL PF 1 403 2 444 2 320 3 317 3 387 5 216 5 283 5 248 5 345 6 263 7 215 8 166 8 166 10 100

PA 213 207 187 237 189 247 135 238 257 321 237 293 364

W 8 7 7 8 6 6 7 5 5 4 3 2 0

-OVERALLL PF PA 2 331 213 3 473 262 3 280 187 3 300 254 4 275 218 4 197 247 4 220 169 5 259 273 5 280 277 6 272 362 8 209 237 8 158 293 11 201 387

W 9 9 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 4 3 3 2 0

-OVERALLL PF PA 3 478 296 2 467 222 2 320 179 3 317 247 3 387 326 5 240 218 5 283 282 5 248 318 6 355 346 6 263 316 8 228 255 8 208 261 9 205 338 11 103 471

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14

OFFENSE Justin Gibson, Mercyhurst Bryan Hieber, Findlay Garrett Small, Saginaw Valley State Mo Harris, Ferris State Kyle Keefer, Hillsdale Marlion Jackson, Saginaw Valley St. James Randle, Northern Mich. Mo Harris, Ferris State Sleepie Tollie, Northwood Marquis Tolliver, Indianapolis Matt McCarthy, Ferris State

DEFENSE Todd DeVree, Hillsdale Tony Theobald, Northwood Scott Platz, Mercyhurst B.J. Davis, Ashland Andy Nicholas, Michigan Tech Kevin Templemen, Indianapolis Tony Johnson, Northwood Charlie Pierson, Ferris State William Gray, Grand Valley State Tony Theobald, Northwood Nick Sturm, Michigan Tech

OFFENSE Bryan Wedan, Michigan Tech Jeff Fox, Grand Valley State Shandron Tollie, Northwood Shandron Tollie, Northwood Craig Cothron, Indianapolis Mark Molk, Ashland Jeff Fox, Grand Valley State Mo Harris, Ferris State Ron Hunter, Northwood Jeff Klopf, Saginaw Valley State Marlion Jackson, Sag. Valley State Donald Church, Ashland

DEFENSE Ted Liette, Indianapolis Nick Roberts, Westminster Chris Fichtner, Ashland Brian Woll, Ashland Tony Johnson, Northwood Lamar King, Saginaw Valley State Delano Smith, Ashland Keith Swanson, Mercyhurst

1998 1. Grand Valley State 2. Saginaw Valley State Indianapolis 4. Ashland Northwood 6. Northern Michigan Findlay Mercyhurst Ferris State 10. Michigan Tech 11. Hillsdale 12. Westminster Wayne State 14. St. Francis

PA 245 214 179 247 326 204 282 318 329 316 242 250 297 424

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

Jason Carpenter, Wayne State Joe Pfankuch, Northern Mich. Luke Miljour, Northern Mich.

1997 W 9 9 8 7 6 4 3 3 3 2 1

1. Ashland Grand Valley State 3. Saginaw Valley State 4. Indianapolis 5. Northern Michigan 6. Hillsdale 7. Ferris State Northwood Wayne State 10. Michigan Tech 11. St. Francis

-MIFCL PF 1 246 1 311 2 401 3 236 4 245 6 174 7 222 7 305 7 209 8 244 9 195

PA 117 216 202 191 244 213 243 316 308 351 387

W 9 9 9 8 7 4 3 3 3 2 2

-OVERALLL PF PA 2 266 147 2 330 237 2 457 209 3 262 204 4 269 251 7 191 234 7 222 243 7 305 316 8 209 330 8 244 351 9 .256 399

Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

OFFENSE Tom Tyson, Northwood Jeff Klopf, Saginaw Valley State Bruce Calhoun, Grand Valley State Jeff Klopf, Saginaw Valley State Bruce Calhoun, Grand Valley State Mark Molk, Ashland Tim Neelands, Saginaw Valley State Domonique Moultrie, Mich. Tech Kyle Keefer, Hillsdale Mo Harris, Ferris State Matt Otero, Ashland Tim Neelands, Saginaw Valley State

DEFENSE Gerald Harrison, Ashland Ray Smith, Ashland Jeremy Davis, Saginaw Valley State Bubba Harris, Ashland Ken Harden, Indianapolis Tony Hawk, Wayne State Brian Pinks, Northern Mich. Scott Duncan, Hillsdale Scott Duncan, Hillsdale Joe Pfankuch, Northern Mich. Brian Pinks, Northern Mich. Anthony Gary, Grand Valley State

1996 W 9 8 7 7 6 5 4 3 2 2 2

1. Ferris State 2. Grand Valley State 3. Northern Michigan Saginaw Valley State 5. Hillsdale 6. Northwood 7. Ashland 8. Indianapolis 9. St. Francis Michigan Tech Wayne State

-MIFCL PF 1 289 2 258 3 279 3 269 4 164 5 216 6 155 7 147 8 170 8 181 8 130

PA 163 146 201 157 145 243 176 220 262 317 228

W 10 8 7 7 6 6 4 4 3 2 2

-OVERALLL PF PA 2 334 209 3 272 165 3 279 201 3 269 157 5 185 180 5 242 260 7 158 214 7 175 241 8 211 262 8 181 317 9 144 273

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

OFFENSE DEFENSE Sean Wynn, Hillsdale Kelly Snell, Ferris State Don Church, Ashland Shawn Stevenson, St. Francis Jeremy Wilkinson, Northern Mich. Kelly Chisholm, Ferris State Doug Kochanski, Grand Valley State Matt Potter, Grand Valley State Jason Ross, Hillsdale Kelly Snell, Ferris State Mo Harris, Ferris State Darryl Stolarczyk, Michigan Tech Matt Geesman, Hillsdale Bubba Harris, Ashland Matt Hoard, Northern Mich. Joe Stranaly, Saginaw Valley State Jeff Fox, Grand Valley State Chris Fichtner, Ashland Jeff Fox, Grand Valley State Kelly Snell, Ferris State Chris George, Wayne State Chad Neal, Indianapolis Matt Hoard, Northern Mich. Matt Potter, Grand Valley State

1995 1. Ferris State 2. Grand Valley State 3. Northern Michigan Saginaw Valley State Hillsdale 6. Michigan Tech St. Francis 8. Indianapolis Wayne State 10. Ashland Northwood 12. Saint Joseph’s

W 10 8 7 7 7 5 5 3 3 2 2 1

L 0 2 3 3 3 5 5 7 7 8 8 9

-MIFCT PF 0 380 0 382 0 230 0 359 0 269 0 308 0 156 0 99 0 166 0 150 0 175 0 151

PA 200 183 179 234 126 268 206 266 290 261 297 315

W 12 8 7 7 7 5 5 3 3 2 2 1

-OVERALLL T PF 1 0 440 3 0 407 3 0 230 3 0 359 4 0 283 5 0 308 6 0 159 8 0 109 8 0 166 8 0 150 8 0 175 9 0 151

PA 280 211 179 234 147 268 251 304 311 261 297 315

Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

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OFFENSE Diriki Mose, Grand Valley St. Kwame McKinnon, Grand Valley St. Robert Reeves, Saginaw Valley St. Kwame McKinnon, Grand Valley St. Bill Love, Ferris State Matt Johnson, Michigan Tech Bill Love, Ferris State D’Ar Destrampe, Saginaw Valley St. Darnell Jamison, Grand Valley St. Jamon Buggs, Saint Joseph’s Bill Love, Ferris State Chris Pulliams, Ferris State

DEFENSE Scott Elwer, Hillsdale Jovan Dewitt, Northern Mich. Tim Postema, Grand Valley St. Ted Liette, Indianapolis Mike Brooks, Ferris State Paul Siembida, Grand Valley St. Justin Miller, St. Francis Joe Bourcier, Northern Mich. Gavin Pike, Hillsdale Chris Kusmierski, Saginaw Valley St. Ron Adkins, Wayne State


Past Standings and Players-of-the-Week 1994 -MIFC-OVERALLW L T PF PA W L T PF 1. Ferris State 10 0 0 305 157 11 1 0 365 2. Grand Valley State 8 2 0 327 169 8 4 0 387 3. Hillsdale 7 3 0 355 127 7 4 0 383 4. Ashland 6 4 0 248 165 6 4 0 248 Saginaw Valley State 6 4 0 294 220 6 4 0 294 Wayne State 6 4 0 212 238 6 5 0 225 7. Northern Michigan 5 5 0 238 200 5 5 0 238 8. Michigan Tech 3 7 0 188 281 4 7 0 208 Saint Joseph’s 3 7 0 168 203 4 7 0 184 10. Indianapolis 2 7 1 145 315 2 7 1 145 Northwood 2 7 1 128 351 2 7 1 128 12. St. Francis 1 9 0 121 303 1 10 0 121 —Standings include Northern Michigan’s forfeit to Wayne State

PA 218 239 158 165 220 256 200 287 209 315 351 362

OFFENSE Joe Gough, Wayne State Anthony Frederick, Wayne State Youssef Sareini, Grand Valley State Tyree Dye, Ferris State Bill Love, Ferris State Kwame McKinnon, Grand Valley St. Robert Reeves, Saginaw Valley St. Spencer Calhoun, Grand Valley St. Greg Younger, Hillsdale Tyree Dye, Ferris State Darnell Jamison, Grand Valley St.

DEFENSE Scott Babjak, Saint Joseph’s Joe Pappas, Ferris State Justin Gluesing, Northern Mich. Tim Postema, Grand Valley State Pat James, Ashland Matt Porter, Indianapolis Scott Elwer, Hillsdale Scott Elwer, Hillsdale Sam Hohler, Ashland Jamie Lay, Grand Valley State Eric Stevens, Ferris State

Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16

OFFENSE Mark Friday, Wayne State Paul Myszka, St. Francis Eric Stover, Grand Valley State Jim Kurlinski, Northwood Keith Weaver, Ashland Scott Schulte, Hillsdale Jim Kurlinski, Northwood

Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

Mike Doherty, Hillsdale Scott Schulte, Hillsdale Tyree Dye, Ferris State Joe Gough, Wayne State

DEFENSE Mike Brooks, Ferris State Chris Holloway, Northern Mich. Tim Morris, Wayne State Tony Butler, Ashland David Nelson, Ferris State Bill Royce, Ashland Mike Balog, Saint Joseph’s Dan McLean, Grand Valley State Sam Hohler, Ashland Ed Philion, Ferris State Jim Lenz, Ferris State Tim Bless, Indianapolis

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

1993 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Ferris State Ashland Grand Valley State Hillsdale Northern Michigan Wayne State St. Francis Saginaw Valley State Northwood Saint Joseph’s Indianapolis

W 8 8 6 6 5 5 5 4 2 1 1

L 0 2 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 9

-MIFCT PF 2 315 0 222 2 268 1 244 1 196 0 224 0 218 0 172 1 109 1 117 0 154

L 2 2 2 2 3 4 7 7 8 8 9

-MIFCT PF 0 243 0 287 0 254 0 222 0 227 0 190 0 145 0 109 1 144 1 151 0 124

PA 122 100 193 143 228 237 204 255 282 237 238

W 9 9 6 7 5 6 5 4 3 1 2

-OVERALLL T PF 1 2 359 2 0 252 3 2 271 3 1 273 4 1 196 5 0 251 6 0 241 7 0 179 7 1 131 8 1 117 9 0 188

W 10 9 8 8 8 7 4 3 1 1 1

-OVERALLL T PF 3 0 308 2 0 311 2 0 254 3 0 249 3 0 264 4 0 221 7 0 166 8 0 130 8 1 144 8 1 151 9 0 124

PA 159 109 227 150 228 249 247 276 303 237 259

1992 1. Ferris State Hillsdale Butler Grand Valley State 5. Ashland 6. Saginaw Valley State 7. Wayne State Valparaiso 9. Indianapolis Saint Joseph’s 11. Northern Michigan

W 8 8 8 8 7 6 3 3 1 1 1

PA 105 140 126 174 107 136 234 307 311 220 237

PA 165 147 126 219 138 148 234 345 311 220 237

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7

OFFENSE Joe Gough, Wayne State Scott Schulte, Hillsdale Vance Kinney, Ashland Jamarl Eiland, Grand Valley State Jamarl Eiland, Grand Valley State Bill Schafer, Saginaw Valley State Scott Schulte, Hillsdale Keith Weaver, Ashland Brian Tazic, Grand Valley State Jason Stahl, Butler

Nov. 14

Jamarl Eiland, Grand Valley State

DEFENSE Steve Quellhorst, Hillsdale Sam Hohler, Ashland Scott Krzeminski, Valparaiso Jeff Hammis, Saginaw Valley St. Monty Brown, Ferris State Jerry Klekotka, Hillsdale Joe Golaszewski, Wayne State Shayne Snider, Valparaiso Dan Mangeot, Butler Monty Brown, Ferris State Aubrey McCoy, Saint Joseph’s Rich Eash, Ferris State

OFFENSE Scott Schulte, Hillsdale Nelson Edmonds, Northern Mich. Todd Evans, Ferris State Jack Hull, Grand Valley State Jim Miron, Saginaw Valley State Anthony Evans, Grand Valley State Kevin Kimble, Butler Nelson Edmonds, Northern Mich. Kevin Dixson, Wayne State John Sanders, Grand Valley State Jon Hill, Butler

DEFENSE Kevin Johnson, Butler Hardie Farr, Grand Valley State Weylin Stewart, Butler Jason Evans, Valparaiso Kevin Johnson, Butler Alan Pitts, Saginaw Valley State Bill Royce, Ashland Matt Brace, Saint Joseph’s Kevin Johnson, Butler Kevin Johnson, Butler Monty Brown, Ferris State

OFFENSE Jeff Mitchell, Indianapolis Eric Lynch, Grand Valley State Delbert Littlejohn, Ferris State Paul Kroll, Wayne State Jason Cornell, Northern Mich. Marcus Lee, Ashland Ron Kiolbassa, Butler Mike Panasuk, Ferris State Jeff Cameron, Hillsdale Brett Mullins, Saginaw Valley State Gary Stewart, Northern Mich.

DEFENSE Robert Oginsky, Hillsdale Aaron Vermilion, Butler Mark Maddox, Northern Mich. Charles Sippial, Grand Valley St. Tim Eloe, Valparaiso Jim Cramer, Grand Valley St. Robb Cook, Saginaw Valley St. Robert Bell, Grand Valley St. Matt Brace, Saint Joseph’s Jerry Pianto, Butler Monty Brown, Ferris St.

1991 1. Butler 2. Ashland Grand Valley State 4. Saginaw Valley State Ferris State Hillsdale 7. Saint Joseph’s Wayne State 9. Northern Michigan 10. Indianapolis 11. Valparaiso

W 9 8 8 5 5 5 4 4 3 2 1

L 1 2 2 5 5 5 6 6 6 8 8

-MIFCT PF 0 243 0 239 0 277 0 181 0 161 0 203 0 143 0 177 1 130 0 129 1 104

PA 71 100 113 163 185 144 211 271 245 211 273

W 9 9 9 6 5 5 4 4 3 2 1

-OVERALLL T PF 2 0 259 2 0 290 3 0 313 5 0 191 6 0 174 6 0 203 6 0 143 6 0 177 6 1 130 8 0 129 8 1 104

PA 97 110 166 170 218 150 211 271 245 211 273

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

1990 W L 1. Grand Valley State 9 1 2. Ashland 7 3 Hillsdale 7 3 4. Ferris State 5 4 Northern Michigan 5 4 Butler 5 4 7. Saginaw Valley State 5 5 8. Indianapolis 3 6 9. Wayne State 3 7 Saint Joseph’s 3 7 11. Valparaiso 1 9 —Standings include Saginaw Valley

-MIFC-OVERALLT PF PA W L T PF 0 371 118 10 2 0 412 0 224 130 7 3 1 247 0 273 153 7 4 0 286 1 215 184 6 4 1 245 1 241 222 5 4 1 241 1 157 134 5 5 1 167 0 214 195 6 5 0 247 1 211 269 3 6 1 211 0 185 265 3 7 0 185 0 133 281 3 7 0 133 0 97 370 1 9 0 97 State’s forfeit to Saint Joseph’s

PA 162 153 174 203 222 148 203 269 265 281 370

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

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The Record Book Individual Single-Game, Season and Career Records Conference Games Only RUSHING Most Attempts Game 62 Season 344 Career 1086 Most Net Yards Game 410 Season 1,955 Career 6,350 Most TDs Game 6 6 Season 27 Career 84 Longest Rush Game 97

Game 316.90 Season 220.49 Nelson Edmonds, Northern Michigan vs. WSU, 10-26-91 Career 165.2 Joe Gough, Wayne State, 1994 Longest Pass Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-09 Game 99 Andrew Terry, Ferris State vs. Findlay, 10-2-04 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-09 Joique Bell, Wayne State vs. Ferris State, 10-17-09 Lee Marana, Michigan Tech vs. Northwood, 10-16-04 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2009 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-09

Phil Martin*, Hillsdale vs. SVSU, 9-25-04 Chris Pulliams*, Ferris State vs. SVSU, 11-11-95 Longest Rush TD Game 9 7 Phil Martin, Hillsdale vs. SVSU, 9-25-04 Chris Pulliams, Ferris State vs. SVSU, 11-11-95 Most Net Yards by Fullback Game 258 Joe Gough, Wayne State vs. Indianapolis, 9-5-92 Season 1,338 Jason Vander, Ferris State, 2012 Career 2,571 Tim Neelands, Saginaw Valley State, 1995-98 Most Net Yards by Quarterback Game 268 Jeff Klopf, Saginaw Valley State vs. MT, 9-20-97 Season 1,128 Jeff Klopf, Saginaw Valley State, 1997 Career 2,908 Kyle Kolbe, Northwood, 2003-06 Most Net Yards Combined Two Players Game 455 Andrew Terry (410) & Jermaine Jones (45), Ferris State vs. Findlay, 10-2-04 Season 2,136 Joique Bell (1,955) & Chris Middlebrooks (181), WSU,2006 Most Net Yards by Freshman Game 318 Joique Bell, Wayne State vs MC, 9-16-06 Season 1,955 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006 PASSING Most Attempts Game 7 1 Mac McArdle, Mercyhurst vs. Michigan Tech, 9-09-00 Season 406 Matt McCarthy, Ferris State, 1998 Career 1,054 Kevin Kreinhagen, Indianapolis, 1995-98 Most Completions Game 4 6 James Capello, Tiffin vs. Lake Erie, 11-5-11 Season 237 Jeff Fox, Grand Valley State, 1998 Career 587 Curt Anes, Grand Valley State, 1999-02 Most Interceptions Game 5 four tied, most recent Clay Belton, Findlay vs. Ashland, 10-29-11 Season 2 1 Mac McArdle, Mercyhurst, 2000 Career 4 5 Brian VanderLuitgaren, St. Francis, 1994-97 Most Net Yards Game 645 Matt Kohn, Indinapoils vs. Michigan Tech, 9-20-03 Season 3,229 Jeff Fox, Grand Valley State, 1998 Career 8,600 Curt Anes, Grand Valley State, 1999-02 Most TDs Game 8 Curt Anes, Grand Valley State vs. Ferris State, 10-0601 Season 4 3 Curt Anes, Grand Valley State, 2001 Career 9 1 Curt Anes, Grand Valley State, 1999-02 Highest Pass Completion Percentage (minimum 15 attempts per game) Game .929 Troy Weatherhead (26-28), Hillsdale vs. OD, 10-9-10 Season .772 Troy Weatherhead (220-285), Hillsdale, 2010 Career .668 Troy Weatherhead (647-940), Hillsdale, 2007-10

Curt Anes, Grand Valley State vs. Mercyhurst, 10-20-01 Curt Anes, Grand Valley State, 2001 Curt Anes, Grand Valley State, 1999-02

Greg Younger to Marty Walsh*, Hillsdale vs. USF, 9-10-94 Rob Rayl to John Unger*, Valparaiso vs. Hillsdale, 9-12-92 Longest Pass TD Game 9 9 Greg Younger to Marty Walsh, Hillsdale vs. USF, 9-10-94 Rob Rayl to John Unger, Valparaiso vs. Hillsdale, 9-12-92 Most Net Yards Combined Two Players Game 525 B.J. Schlicher (461) & Andy Owen (64), Indianapolis vs.SVSU, 9-23-00 Season 3,186 Matt McCarthy (3,143) & Kyle Park (43), FS, 1998 Most Net Yards by Freshman Game 461 B.J. Schlicher, Indianapolis vs. SVSU, 9-23-00 Season 2,324 B.J. Schlicher, Indianapolis, 2000 RECEIVING Most Receptions Game 1 8 Jeff Janis, SVSU vs. Michigan Tech, 10-27-2012 1 8 Obadiah Dykes, Tiffin vs. Lake Erie, 11-5-2011 Season 9 2 Jeff Janis, SVSU, 2012 Career 291 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998-2001 Most Net Yards Game 300 Jeff Janis, SVSU vs. Lake Erie, 9-22-2012 Season 1,468 Jeff Janis, SVSU, 2012 Career 4,594 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998-2001 Most TDs 5 Aaron Waldie, Hillsdale at Findlay, 11/3/07 Game 5 David Kircus, Grand Valley State vs. Ferris State, 10-06-01 Season 2 6 David Kircus, Grand Valley State, 2001 Career 5 7 David Kircus, Grand Valley State, 1999-02 Most Net Yards Combined Two Players Game 385 Jeff Janis(300) & Mark Thrash(85), SVSU vs. Lake Erie, 9-20-03 Season 1,867 Clarence Coleman (1,025) & Neal Mozdzierz (842), Ferris State, 1999 Most Net Yards by Running/Fullback Game 148 Jason McGlone, Northern Michigan vs. WS, 11-2-96 Season 416 Steve Lee, Wayne State, 1990 Career 879 Matt Bachara, St. Francis, 1993-96 Most Net Yards by Freshman Game 264 Ron Hunter, Northwood vs. SVSU, 10-24-98 Season 994 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998 *—Scoring plays

Hillsdale’s RB Joe Glendening tied multiple GLIAC records during his career (2008-11) Glendening posted single season records for Touchdowns in a season (30), Highest Scoring Average (20.0), and Total Points in a Season (180).

Highest Pass Efficiency Rating (minimum 15 attempts)

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The Record Book FIELD GOALS Most Made (Attempts) Game 6 Austin Wellock (6), Ashland vs. WSU, 10-05-02 Season 1 8 Doc Proctor (26), Ferris State, 1998 Career 5 3 Gregg Berkshire (78), Ashland, 2008-11 Most Attempted (Made) Game 6 Austin Wellock (6), Ashland vs. WSU, 10-05-02 Doc Proctor (5), Ferris State vs. NMU, 10-3-98 Season 2 8 Eric Houle (19), Saginaw Valley State, 2003 Career 7 8 Gregg Berkshire (53), Ashland, 2008-11 Longest FG Game 6 2 Doc Proctor, Ferris State vs. Michigan Tech, 10-23-99 Highest Made Percentage (minimum 8 attempts) Season .929 David Chudzinski (13-14), Wayne State, 2006 Career .800 Cameron Stevens (44-55), Findlay, 2007-10 PUNTING Most Attempts Game 1 3 Trey Fogg, Ashland vs. Saginaw Valley State, 10-9-93 Matt LaTour, Northern Michigan vs. FS, 10-2-93 Rob Rayl, Valparaiso vs. Ferris State, 10-10-92 # Steve Kaplan, SVSU vs. Hillsdale, 9-11-75 Season 8 4 Jim Schuler, Mercyhurst, 2004 Career 281 Jim Schuler, Mercyhurst, 2001-04 Most Gross Yards Game 531 Matt LaTour, Northern Michigan vs. FS, 10-2-93 Season 3,596 Jim Schuler, Mercyhurst, 2004 Career 10,961 Jim Schuler, Mercyhurst, 2001-04 Longest Punt Game 8 9 Ryan Wettstein, Northern Michigan vs. UF, 10-13-01 Highest Punting Average (minimum 5 punts) Game 59.3 Gregg Berkshire (3-178), Ashland vs. SV, 10-22-10 Season 44.9 Matt Vanover (32-1,436), Hillsdale, 2007 Career 41.53 Nick Parker (87-3,613), Indianapolis, 2002-04 TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays Game 8 6 Mac McAdle, Mercyhurst vs. Michigan Tech, 9-09-00 Season 563 Darmel Whitfield, Gannon, 2004 Career 1,376 Brian VanderLuitgaren, St. Francis, 1994-97 Most Net Yards Game 652 Matt Kohn, Indianapolis vs. Michigan Tech, 9-20-03 Season 3,347 Curt Anes, Grand Valley State, 2001 Career 9,746 Curt Anes, Grand Valley State, 1999-02 Highest Per Play Average (minimum 12 plays) Game 16.6 Rusty Setzer (12-199), Grand Valley St. vs. SJC, 9-04-93 Season 10.0 Curt Anes (333-3,347), Grand Valley St., 2001 Career 7.3 Cullen Finnerty (1,253-9,148) Grand Valley St. 2003-06 Jack Hull (573-4,177), Grand Valley St., 1990-91 Highest Per Game Average (minimum 8 games) Season 371.9 Curt Anes (9-3,347) Grand Valley State, 2001 Career 314.8 Darmel Whitfield (3,148-10), Gannon, 2004

SCORING Total Points Game 3 6 Joe Horn, Ashland vs. Lake Erie, 11-13-10 3 6 Joique Bell, vs. Ferris State, 10-17-09 3 6 Joique Bell, vs. Ashland, 10-3-09 3 6 Lee Marana, Michigan Tech vs. Northwood, 10-16-04 Season 180 Joe Glendening, Hillsdale, 2011 180 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2009 Career 546 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-09 Highest Scoring Average (minimum 8 games) Season 2 0 Joe Glendening, Hillsdale, 2011 Career 13.6 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-09 Total Touchdowns Game 6 Joe Horn, Ashland vs. Lake Erie, 11-13-10 6 Joique Bell, vs. Ferris State, 10-17-09 6 Joique Bell, vs. Ashland, 10-3-09 6 Lee Marana, Michigan Tech vs. Northwood, 10-16-04 Season 3 0 Joe Glendening, Hillsdale, 2011 3 0 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2009 Career 9 1 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-09 Total Touchdowns Responsible For Game 8 Curt Anes (0-8), Grand Valley State vs. FSU, 10-06-01 Season 4 7 Curt Anes (4-43), Grand Valley State, 2001 Career 104 Curt Anes (13-91), Grand Valley State, 1999-02 Extra-Point Kicks Made Game 1 1 Gregg Berkshire, Ashland vs. Lake Erie, 11-13-10 1 1 Kevin Sonntag, Grand Valley State vs. WSU, 11-03-01 Season 6 7 Kevin Sonntag, Grand Valley State, 2001 Career 171 Doug Daniel, Northwood, 2002-05 Two-Point Conversions Made Game 1 Several tied Season 4 Brad Buza, St. Francis, 1997 Career 4 Brad Buza, St. Francis, 1995-97 Brian VanderLuitgaren, St. Francis, 1994-97 D’Ar Destrampe, Saginaw Valley State, 1993-96 Kicking Points Scored Game 1 9 Austin Wellock (6 FG-1 PAT), Ashland vs. WS, 10-05-02 Season 100 Eric Houle, Saginaw Valley St. (19 FG-43 PAT), 2003 Career 308 Eric Houle, Saginaw Valley St. (47 FG-167 PAT), 2000-03

PUNT RETURNS Most Returns Game 1 2 David Nelson, Ferris State vs. NMU, 10-2-93 Season 4 7 David Nelson, Ferris State, 1993 Career 107 Jason Chounard, Saginaw Valley State, 2000-03 Most Net Yards Game 240 David Nelson, Ferris State vs. NMU, 10-2-93 Season 565 David Nelson, Ferris State, 1993 Career 1,321 Jason Chounard, Saginaw Valley State, 2000-03 Most TDs Game 2 Craig Cothron, Indianapolis vs. Northwood, 10-10-98 Season 2 Ben Bluemle, Mercyhurst, 2004 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1999; 2001 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Brian Dolph, Saginaw Valley State, 1998 Most Plays Craig Cothron, Indianapolis, 1998 Game 6 3 Nelson Edmonds, Northern Michigan vs. WSU, 10-26-91 Brian Pinks, Northern Michigan, 1997 Season 352 Nelson Edmonds, Northern Michigan, 1991 Diriki Mose, Grand Valley State, 1995 Career 1183 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-09 Nate Bush, Wayne State, 1993 Most Net Yards Career 5 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998-2001 Game 412 Andrew Terry, Ferris State vs. Findlay, 10-2-04 Highest Return Average (minimum 3 returns) Season 2,352 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006 Game 55.0 Craig Cothron (3-165), Indianapolis vs. NU, 10-10-98 Career 7,227 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998-2001 Season 23.2 Jason Chounard (18-417),Saginaw Valley State, 2000 Highest Per Play Average (minimum 12 plays) Career 25.7 Keno Young (7-180), Saginaw Valley State, 1996-97 Game 26.0 Craig Cothron (14-364), Indianapolis vs. NU, 10-10-98 Longest Punt Return Season 27.7 Jermaine Bell (15-415), Ferris State, 1994 Game 9 1 Sterling Walker, Wayne State vs. Indianapolis, 10-28-00 Career 33.4 David Richmond (14-467), Saginaw Valley State, 1990-92 Longest Punt Return TD Highest Per Game Average (minimum 8 games) Game 9 1 Sterling Walker, Wayne State vs. Indianapolis, 10-28-00 Season 235.2 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006 Career 190.5 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-09 *—Scoring plays # - Record set while playing in first GLIAC Football Conferece (1973-1989)

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The Record Book KICKOFF RETURNS Most Returns Game 9 Jason Barr, Ashland vs. Grand Valley State, 9-23-95 Season 4 0 Demetrius Trapps, Findlay, 2010 Career 115 Dominique Moultrie, 1997-98, 2000-01 Most Net Yards Game 208 Ozzie Young, Valparaiso vs. Hillsdale, 9-14-91 #241 Dan King, Saginaw Valley State vs. GVSU, 11-13-82 Season 804 Demetrius Trapps, Findlay, 2010 Career 2,626 Dominique Moultrie, 1997-98, 2000-01 Most TDs Game 1 2 2 tied Season 3 Chad Gurica, Hillsdale, 2005 Billy Cook, Grand Valley State, 1998 Career 4 Chad Gurica, Hillsdale, 2002-05 Highest Return Average (minimum 3 returns) Game 61.0 Phil Williams (3-183), Saint Joseph’s vs. WS, 10-27-90 Season 40.0 Terrence Henton (3-120), Ashland, 1996 Career 33.1 Billy Cook (24-794), Grand Valley State, 1997-98 Longest Kickoff Return Game 100 Carlin Isles, Ashland vs Saginaw Valley State 10-17-09 #100 John Waters, Saginaw Valley State vs. WSU, 11-5-77 #100 Lou Scarpino, Grand Valley State vs. MTU, 10-30-82

BLOCKED KICKS Most Blocked Kicks Game 3 Alan Dunson, Ashland vs. Findlay, 10-13-10 3 Steve Moseley, Valparaiso vs. Butler, 10-19-91 Season 8 Steve Moseley, Valparaiso, 1991 Career 1 4 Steve Moseley, Valparaiso, 1990-92 INTERCEPTION RETURNS Most Interceptions Game 4 Kevin Scott, Gannon vs. MC, 8-27-05 Toure Carter, Ashland vs. NMU, 10-18-03 Tim Mustapha, Hillsdale vs. Wayne State, 10-14-00 # Jerry Megenity, Wayne State vs. Hillsdale, 10-9-76 # Chuck Aldrich, Wayne State vs. MTU, 10-16-82 Season 1 1 Tim Mustapha, Hillsdale, 2000 Career 1 8 Tim Mustapha, Hillsdale, 1998-2000 Scott Elwer, Hillsdale, 1992-95 Most Net Yards Game 191 Demons Bryan, Saginaw Valley St. vs. FSU, 9-15-01 Season 252 Demons Bryan, Saginaw Valley St., 2001 Career 292 Scott Elwer, Hillsdale, 1992-95 Most TDs Game 2 Eddie Knoblock, Northern Michigan vs. WS, 10-30-10 Chris Volz, Indianapolis vs. Mercyhurst, 9-30-00 Tony Jones, Indianapolis vs. Valparaiso, 10-20-90 Season 2 Five Tied (Latest) Martell Foster, Northwood, 2004 Career 3 Martell Foster, Northwood, 2001-04 Highest Return Average (minimum 3 returns) Game 20.7 Weylin Stewart (3-62), Butler vs. GVSU, 9-21-91 Season 63.0 Demons Bryan (4-252),Saginaw Valley State, 2001 Career 42.3 Charlie Pierson (3-127),Ferris State, 1998-99 Longest Interception Return Game 100 Jeremy Jones, Wayne State vs. HC, 10/23/2011 Corey Gonzales, Saginaw Valley State vs. FSU, 11-6-04 Chris Volz*, Indianapolis vs. Mercyhurst, 9-30-00 Scott Elwer*, Hillsdale vs. NMU, 10-22-94 Longest Interception Return TD Game 100 Jeremy Jones, Wayne State vs. HC, 10/23/2011 Corey Gonzales, Saginaw Valley State vs. FSU, 11-6-04 Chris Volz, Indianapolis vs. Mercyhurst, 9-30-00 Scott Elwer, Hillsdale vs. Northern Michigan, 10-22-94 FUMBLE RETURNS Longest Fumble Return TD Game 9 9 Marcus Mitchell, Ashland vs. Michigan Tech, 10-14-00

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE RECORDS TACKLES Most Total Tackles Game 2 9 Jim Couretas, Northern Mich. at UF, 9-10-05 Season 149 Rob Cook, Saginaw Valley State, 1990 Career 399 John Jacobs, Saginaw Valley State, 2006-09 Most Total Tackles for Loss Game 10.0 Ted Liette, Indianapolis vs. NMU, 10-31-98 Season 35.0 Ted Liette, Indianapolis, 1998 Career 76.0 Ted Liette, Indianapolis, 1995-98 Most Quarterback Sacks Game 5.0 Tony Roberson, Michigan Tech vs. UI, 9-15-01 Joe Huhn, Grand Valley State vs, UI, 9-28-91 Season 16.5 Paul Spicer, Saginaw Valley St., 1997 Career 31.5 Jeff Puffer, Ferris St., 1996-99 *—Scoring plays # - Record set while playing in first GLIAC Football Conferece (1973-1989)

Team Offense Single-Game and Season Records Conference Games Only FIRST DOWNS Most Total First Downs Game 3 8 Indianapolis vs. Michigan Tech, 9-20-03 Season 270 Grand Valley State, 2001 Most Rushing First Downs Game 3 1 Saginaw Valley State vs. Mercyhurst, 10-31-98 Season 160 Saginaw Valley State, 1997 Most Passing First Downs Game 2 8 Indianapolis vs. Michigan Tech, 9-20-03 Season 140 Mercyhurst, 2000 Most Penalty First Downs Game 6 5 tied (last: Wayne State vs. Michigan Tech, 9-1-07 Season 2 5 Saginaw Valley State, 1990 Most Total First Downs Two Teams Game 6 8 Indianapolis (38) vs. Michigan Tech (30), 9-20-03 Most Rushing First Downs Two Teams Game 4 0 Ferris State (20) vs. Michigan Tech (20), 10-24-98 Most Passing First Downs Two Teams Game 42 Indianapolis (28) vs. Michigan Tech (14), 9-20-03 Most Penalty First Downs Two Teams Game 1 0 Ferris State (5) vs. Wayne State (5), 10-14-95

TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays Game 107 Findlay vs. Northern Michigan, 9-10-11 Season 809 Gannon, 2004 Most Net Yards Game 753 Northwood vs. Wayne State, 9-4-04 Season 5,509 Grand Valley State, 2001 Highest Average Per Play Game 12.5 Grand Valley (49-610) at Tiffin, 10-2-10 Season 7.9 Grand Valley State (701-5,509), 2001 Highest Average Per Game Season 612.1 Grand Valley State (5,509-9), 2001 Most Plays Two Teams Game 192 Hillsdale (95) vs. Indianapolis (97), 8-28-04 (4ot) Most Net Yards Two Teams Game 1,328 Northwood (688) vs. Saginaw Valley St. (640), 10-24-98 Lowest Average Per Game Season 191.3 Valparaiso (1,913), 1991

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The Record Book RUSHING Most Attempts Game 7 9 Saginaw Valley State vs. Mercyhurst, 10-31-98 #84 Saginaw Valley State vs. Northwood, 11-14-81 Season 617 Northwood, 1995 Most Net Yards Game 710 Northwood vs. Wayne State, 9-4-04 Season 3,888 Saginaw Valley State, 1998 Highest Average Per Play Game 13.1 Grand Valley (29-382) at Tiffin, 10-2-10 Season 6.9 Saginaw Valley State (560-3,888), 1998 Highest Average Per Game Season 388.8 Saginaw Valley State (3,888-10), 1998 Most Attempts Two Teams Game 118 Northwood (49) vs. Wayne State (69), 11-9-96 Northern Michigan (57) vs. Saint Joseph’s (61), 11-9-91 Most Net Yards Two Teams Game 855 Saginaw Valley State (479) vs. NU (376), 10-24-98 Lowest Average Per Game Season 56.7 St. Francis (567), 1994 PASSING Most Attempts Game 72 Mercyhurst vs. Michigan Tech 9-09-00 Season 505 Mercyhurst, 2000 Most Completions Game 4 7 Tiffin vs. Lake Erie, 11-05-11 Season 269 Tiffin, 2011 Most Interceptions Game 6 Six tied, most recent Gannon vs. Mercyhurst, 8-27-05 Season 2 9 Mercyhurst, 2000 Most Net Yards Game 645 Indianapolis vs. Michigan Tech, 9-20-03 Season 3,202 Ashland, 2008 Highest Average Per Attempt Game 26.9 Northwood (10-269) vs. St. Francis, 9-27-97 Season 11.6 Grand Valley State (268-3,116), 2001 Northwood (168-1,955), 1998 Highest Average Per Completion Game 44.0 Saginaw Valley State (1-44) vs. Michigan Tech, 9-21-96 Season 22.5 Northwood (87-1,955), 1998 Highest Average Per Game Season 346.2 Grand Valley State (3,116-9), 2001 Most Attempts Two Teams Game 108 Wayne State (58) vs. Mercyhurst (50), 9-02-00 Mercyhurst (57) vs. Ashland (51), 10-24-98 Most Completions Two Teams Game 6 2 Indianapolis (39) vs. Michigan Tech (23), 9-20-03 Most Interceptions Two Teams Game 8 Mercyhurst (4) vs. Hillsdale (4), 10-28-00 Ferris State (6) vs. Mercyhurst (2), 10-14-00 Most Net Yards Two Teams Game 1,053 Mercyhurst (561) vs. Wayne State (492), 9-2-00 Lowest Average Per Game Season 56.1 Saginaw Valley State (561), 1990 PUNTING Most Attempts Game 1 3 Five tied, latest: Ashland vs. Saginaw Valley State, 10-9-93 Season 8 2 Valparaiso, 1991 Most Gross Yards Game 531 Northern Michigan vs. Ferris State, 10-2-93 Season 2,878 Ashland, 1993 Highest Gross Average (minimum 4 punts) Game 50.4 Butler (5-252) vs. Wayne State, 10-6-90 Most Attempts Two Teams Game 2 4 Ashland (13) vs. Saginaw Valley State (11), 10-9-93

Most Gross Yards Two Teams Game 888 Northern Michigan (453) vs. Ferris State (435), 10-16-04 PUNT RETURNS Most Returns Game 1 2 Ferris State vs. Northern Michigan, 10-2-93 Season 4 9 Ferris State, 1993 Most Net Yards Game 240 Ferris State vs. Northern Michigan, 10-2-93 Season 606 Ferris State, 1993 Highest Yards Per Return Average (minimum 3 returns) Game 48.3 Wayne State (3-145) vs. Indianapolis, 10-28-00 Season 20.5 Northern Michigan (25-513), 1997 Most Returns Two Teams Game 1 4 Northern Michigan (2) vs. Ferris State (12), 10-2-93 Saint Joseph’s (6) vs. Indianapolis (8), 9-19-92 KICKOFF RETURNS Most Returns Game 1 1 Gannon at Wayne State, 10-06-07 Northwood vs. Grand Valley State, 11-12-94 Season 8 2 Tiffin, 2011 Most Net Yards Game 261 Ferris State vs. Ashland, 10-17-98 Season 1,359 Tiffin, 2011 Highest Yards Per Return Average (minimum 3 returns) Game 46.8 Saint Joseph’s (4-187) vs. Wayne State, 10-27-90 Season 24.0 Wayne State (43-1,032), 2006 Grand Valley State (40-961), 1998 Most Returns Two Teams Game 1 7 Michigan Tech (10) vs. Ferris State (7), 10-24-98 INTERCEPTION RETURNS Most Returns Game 6 Six tied, most recent Gannon vs. Mercyhurst, 8-27-05 Season 2 9 Hillsdale, 1992 Most Net Yards Game 197 Indianapolis vs. Mercyhurst, 9-30-00 Season 526 Saginaw Valley State, 2001 Highest Yards Per Return Average (minimum 3 returns) Game 43.0 Wayne State (3-129), at Ferris State, 10-18-08 Season 24.0 Grand Valley State (13-312), 1997 Most Returns Two Teams Game 8 Mercyhurst (4) vs. Hillsdale (4), 10-28-00 Ferris State (2) vs. Mercyhurst (6), 10-14-00 FUMBLES Most Fumbles Game 1 3 Saginaw Valley State vs. Wayne State, 9-7-96 Season 4 3 Saginaw Valley State, 1996 Most Fumbles Lost Game # 7 Hillsdale vs Saginaw Valley State, 9-11-76 6 Findlay at Saginaw Valley State, 10-6-07 Saginaw Valley State vs. St. Francis, 10-19-96 St. Francis vs. Saginaw Valley State, 10-19-96 Season 2 4 Saginaw Valley State, 1996 PENALTIES Most Penalties Game 2 0 St. Francis vs. Saint Joseph’s, 10-2-93 Season 107 Grand Valley State, 1990 Most Penalty Yards Game #225 Hillsdale vs. Ferris State, 10-16-76 203 St. Francis vs. Saint Joseph’s, 10-2-93 Season 859 Grand Valley State, 1991 Most Penalties Two Teams Game 2 9 St. Francis (20) vs. Saint Joseph’s (9), 10-2-93 Saginaw Valley State (12) vs. WS (17), 9-14-91 Most Penalty Yards Two Teams Game 288 Indianapolis (138) vs. Northern Michigan (150), 9-8-90

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The Record Book SCORING Most Points Game 8 7 Ashland vs. Lake Erie, 11-13-10 Season 528 Grand Valley State, 2001 Most Total Touchdowns Game 1 2 Ashland (5-4-3) vs. Lake Erie, 11-13-10 Season 7 4 Grand Valley State, 2001 Most Rushing Touchdowns Game 9 Northwood vs. Wayne State, 9-4-04 Season 4 6 Saginaw Valley State, 1998 Most Passing Touchdowns Game 8 Grand Valley State vs. Ferris State, 10-06-01 Season 4 6 Grand Valley State, 2001 Most Returns Touchdowns Game 3 Ashland vs. Lake Erie, 11-13-10 Season 1 1 Ashland, 2010 Most Point-After Kicks Made (attempts) Game 1 2 Ashland (12) vs Lake Erie, 11-13-10 Season 6 7 Grand Valley State (69), 2001 Most Offense Two-Point Conversions Made Game 3 St. Francis (3) vs. Indianapolis, 10-25-97 Saginaw Valley State (4) vs. Valparaiso, 11-2-91 Grand Valley State (3) vs. Hillsdale, 10-27-90 Season 8 St. Francis (12), 1997 Most Defensive Two-Point Conversions Made Game 1 Six tied (latest) Grand Valley vs. Hillsdale, 9-11-10 Season 1 Six tied (latest) Grand Valley, 2010 Most Field Goals Made Game 6 Ashland (6) vs. Wayne State, 10-5-02 Season 1 8 Ferris State (26), 1998 Most Field Goals Attempted (made) Game 6 Ashland (6) vs. Wayne State, 10-5-02 Ferris State (5) vs. Northern Michigan, 10-3-98 Northern Michigan (5) vs. Wayne State, 11-1-97 Season 2 6 Ferris State (18), 1998 Safeties Game 2 Ashland vs. Grand Valley State, 9-13-97 Season 3 Ashland, 1997 Ferris State, 1996 Highest Points Per Game Average Season 58.7 Grand Valley State (528-9), 2001 Lowest Points Per Game Average Season 9.7 Valparaiso (97-10), 1990 Most Points Two Teams Game 128 Northwood (79) vs. SVSU (49), 10-24-98

Game 4 9 Ashland (42-7) vs. Lake Erie, 11-13-10 Most First Quarter Points Two Teams Game 3 8 Northwood (21) vs. St. Francis (17), 9-27-97 Most Second Quarter Points Two Teams Game 4 9 Wayne State (42) at Tiffin (7), 9-11-10 Most Third Quarter Points Two Teams Game 4 9 Northwood (35) vs. SVSU (14), 10-24-98 Most Fourth Quarter Points Two Teams Game 4 1 Indianapolis (27) vs. Northwood (14), 10-10-98 Michigan Tech (18) vs. Wayne State (23), 10-25-97 Hillsdale (17) vs. Grand Valley State (24), 10-27-90 Most Overtime Points Two Teams Game 3 2 Hillsdale (19) vs. Indianapolis (13), 8-28-04 (4ot) Most First Half Points Two Teams Game 6 6 Michigan Tech (38) vs. GVSU (28), 10-21-95 Grand Valley State (52) vs. WS (14), 11-9-91 Most Second Half Points Two Teams Game 7 6 Northwood (48) vs. SVSU (28), 10-24-98 Largest Margin of Victory Game 7 0 Ashland (87) vs. Lake Erie (17), 11-13-10 Most Time of Possession Game 43:05 Ashland vs. Wayne State, 10-5-91 Highest Third Down Conversion Percentage Game 1.000 Saginaw Valley State (5-5) vs. Saint Joseph’s, 10-7-95 Season .532 Grand Valley State (65-122), 2010 Most Wins (Overall Season§) Season 1 5 Grand Valley State, 2006 Consecutive Wins (Overall Season) Season 1 0 Grand Valley State, 2006 Saginaw Valley State, 2003 Ferris State, 1995, 1994 Overall 4 0 Grand Valley State 2004-08 Unbeaten String (Overall Season) Overall 4 2 Ferris State (40W-2T), 1992-96 Most Losses (Overall Season) Season 1 0 Gannon, 2007 St. Francis, 1998 Consecutive Losses (Overall Season) Overall 1 0 St. Francis, 1998 Winless String (Overall Season) Overall 1 2 Valparaiso (11L-1T), 1990-91 Consecutive Tieless (Overall Season) Overall 6 4 Saginaw Valley State, 1990-95 Wayne State, 1990-95 Most Shutouts By (Overall Season) Season 4 Ashland, 1993 Most Shutouts Against (Overall Season) Season 4 Indianapolis, 1995 Largest Home Attendance (Overall Season) Game 16,467 Grand Valley State vs. Saginaw Valley, 11-12-09 Season 64,511 Grand Valley State, 2008 (5 games) Largest Average Home Attendance Season 12,902 Grand Valley State, 2008 (5 games)

MISCELLANEOUS TEAM Most First Quarter Points Game 3 5 Grand Valley State vs. Wayne State, 11-9-91 Season 133 Grand Valley State, 2001 Most Second Quarter Points Game 4 2 Wayne State at Tiffin, 9-11-10 Season 181 Grand Valley State, 2001 Most Third Quarter Points Game 4 2 Ashland vs. Lake Erie, 11-13-10 Season 138 Grand Valley State, 2001 Most Fourth Quarter Points Game 3 5 Findlay vs. Westminster, 10-24-98 Season 128 Ferris State, 1999 Most Overtime Points Game 1 9 Hillsdale vs. Indianapolis, 8-28-04 (4ot) Season 2 6 Hillsdale, 2004 Most First Half Points Game 5 5 Saginaw Valley State (34-21) vs. MC, 10-31-98 Most Second Half Points

§—Includes playoff games *—Scoring plays # - Record set while playing in first GLIAC Football Conferece (1973-1989)

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The Record Book Team Defense Single-Game and Season Records Conference Games Only FIRST DOWNS Fewest Total First Downs Allowed Game 4 Ashland vs. Indianapolis, 11-7-92 Ashland vs. Wayne State, 10-3-92 Ashland vs. Ferris State, 9-12-92 Season 113 Ashland, 1992 Fewest Rushing First Downs Allowed Game 0 Six tied, latest: (Ashland vs. Ferris State, 8-28-97) Season 4 3 Ashland, 1993 Fewest Passing First Downs Allowed Game 0 ten tied, latest Mercyhurst vs. Northwood, 9-2-06 Season 4 9 Ashland, 1992

Season 4.6 Ashland (300-1,383), 1993 Lowest Average Per Completion Allowed Game 0.0 Michigan Tech (0-0) vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9-30-95 Saint Joseph’s (0-0) vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9-22-90 Northern Michigan (1-0) vs. SVSU, 9-15-90 Season 10.0 Ashland (113-1,135), 1991 Lowest Average Per Game Allowed Season 113.4 Michigan Tech (1,134-10), 1995 PUNT RETURNS Fewest Returns Allowed Season 6 Grand Valley State, 2010 6 Saginaw Valley State, 1995 Fewest Net Yards Allowed Season 2 9 Grand Valley State, 2010 Lowest Yards Per Return Average Allowed Season 2.9 Hillsdale (14-40), 1992

TOTAL OFFENSE Fewest Plays Allowed Game 4 4 Ashland vs. Wayne State, 10-3-92 Grand Valley State vs. Ferris State, 10-19-91 Season 580 Michigan Tech, 2005 Fewest Net Yards Allowed Game -66 Findlay vs. Mercyhurst, 10-4-03 Season 2,036 Ashland, 1992 Lowest Average Per Play Allowed Game -2.5 Findlay (26-(-66)) vs. Mercyhurst, 10-4-03 Season 3.1 Ashland (656-2,038), 1993 Lowest Average Per Game Allowed Season 203.6 Ashland (10-2,036), 1992

KICKOFF RETURNS Fewest Returns Allowed Season 1 6 Valparaiso, 1991 Fewest Net Yards Allowed Season 278 Saint Joseph’s, 1993 Lowest Yards Per Return Average Allowed Season 10.3 Saint Joseph’s (27-278), 1993 INTERCEPTION RETURNS Fewest Interceptions By Season 3 Saginaw Valley State, 1995 Fewest Net Yards Allowed Season 6 Saginaw Valley State, 1991 Lowest Yards Per Return Average Allowed Season 0.9 Saginaw Valley State (7-6), 1991

RUSHING Fewest Attempts Allowed Game 1 4 Saginaw Valley State vs. Mercyhurst, 10-31-98 Season 282 Grand Valley State, 2001 Fewest Net Yards Allowed Game -63 Ashland vs. Ferris State, 9-12-92 Season 632 Ashland, 1992 Lowest Average Per Play Allowed Game -2.1 Ashland (30-(63)) vs. Ferris State, 9-12-92 Season 1.7 Ashland (375-632), 1992 Lowest Average Per Season Allowed Season 63.2 Ashland (632-10), 1992 Most Yards Tackled For Loss Game 120 Northern Michigan vs. Indianapolis, 9-11-93

FUMBLES Most Fubles Lost Game # 7 Hillsdale vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9-11-78

PASSING Fewest Attempts Allowed Game 2 Michigan Tech vs. Northwood, 9-9-95 Season 169 Michigan Tech, 1995 Fewest Completions Allowed Game 0 Michigan Tech vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9-30-95 Saint Joseph’s vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9-22-90 Season 8 6 Michigan Tech, 1995 Most Interceptions By Game 6 Six tied (latest) Gannon vs. Mercyhurst, 8-27-05 Season 2 6 Hillsdale, 1992 Fewest Net Yards Allowed Game 0 Seven tied, latest: Michigan Tech vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9-30-95 Season 1,134 Michigan Tech, 1995 Lowest Average Per Attempt Allowed Game 0.0 Michigan Tech (5-0) vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9-30-95 Saint Joseph’s (5-0) vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9-22-90 Northern Michigan (6-0) vs. Saginaw Valley State, 9-15-90 *—Scoring plays # - Record set while playing in first GLIAC Football Conferece (1973-1989)

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SCORING Fewest Points Allowed Season 7 1 Butler, 1991 Fewest Total Touchdowns Allowed Season 9 Butler, 1991 Fewest Rushing Touchdowns Allowed Season 3 Ferris State, 1993 Fewest Passing Touchdowns Allowed Season 3 Michigan Tech, 1995 Butler, 1991 Fewest Point-After Kicks Made Allowed Season 5 Ashland (10), 1993 Fewest Field Goals Made Allowed Season 1 Butler (6), 1992 Ashland (5), 1991 Lowest Points Per Game Average Allowed Season 7.1 Butler (71-10), 1991 Fewest First Quarter Points Allowed Season 1 0 Ashland, 1992 Fewest Second Quarter Points Allowed Season 9 Butler, 1991 Fewest Third Quarter Points Allowed Season 3 Ashland, 1991 Fewest Fourth Quarter Points Allowed Season 7 Hillsdale, 1995


The Record Book GLIAC Football Top 10 Single-Game Records Conference Games Only RUSHING 1. 410 2. 333 3. 329 4. 318 5. 317 6. 314 7. 307 307 9. 298 10. 292

NET YARDS Andrew Terry, Ferris St. vs. UF (10/2/04) Lee Marana, Michigan Tech vs. FSU (10/22/05) Chris Pulliums, Ferris St. vs. SVSU (11/11/95) Joique Bell, Wayne State vs. MC (9/16/06) Mark Bossuah, NMU vs. Hillsdale (9/8/07) Joique Bell, Wayne State vs. NU (10/31/09) Daryl Graham, Michigan Tech vs. GU (10/1/05) Mo Harris, Ferris St. vs. MTU (10/24/98) Brandon Schoen, ODU vs. GVSU (9/22/12) Jason Schwalm, Ashland vs. WSU (10/22/05)

PASSING NET YARDS 1. 645 Matt Kohn, Indianpolis vs. MTU (9/20/03) 2. 512 Matt Kissell, Mercyhurst vs. HC (10/2/99) 478 461

Matt Kissell, Mercyhurst vs. GVSU (10/9/99) B.J. Schlicher, Indianapolis at SVSU (9/23/00)

5.

441 441

Matt McCarthy, Ferris St. at HC (10/30/99) Tyler Scarlett, Michigan Tech vs. GVSU (9/29/12)

7.

440 440 439 434

Jeff Leopold, Ashland vs. GVSU (10/30/99) Matt Kissell, Mercyhurst vs. AU (9/12/98) Mickey Mohner, Wayne State vs. LE (10/08/11) Curt Anes, Grand Valley St. at MTU (10/26/01)

9. 10.

TOTAL OFFENSE NET YARDS 1. 652 Matt Kohn, Indianpolis vs. MTU (9/20/03) 2. 511 Jonathon Jennings, SVSU vs. LEC (9/22/12)

ALL-PURPOSE NET YARDS 1. 412 Andrew Terry, Ferris St. vs. UF (10/2/04)

3. 4. 5.

508 503 495

Matt Kissell, Mercyhurst vs. HC (10/2/99) Curt Anes, Grand Valley St. vs. HC(11/10/01) Curt Anes, Grand Valley St. at MTU (10/26/01)

6. 7.

477 466

Darmel Whitfield, Gannon at HC (9/18/04) Darmel Whitfield, Gannon at MC (8/26/04)

8. 9.

466 453

Cullen Finnerty, GVSU vs. MTU (10/4/03) Mark Radlinski, SVSU vs. FSU (10/25/03)

10.

451

Tyler Scarlett, Michigan Tech vs. GVSU(9/29/12)

RECEIVING NET YARDS

3. 4.

2. 3. 4.

386 371 361

Joique Bell, Wayne State vs. MC (9/16/06) Clarence Coleman, Ferris St. vs. GV (11/14/98) Richard Stokes, Mercyhurst at FSU (9/8/07)

5. 6.

360 346

Joe Horn, Ashland vs. LE (11/13/10) Sterling Walker, Wayne St. at NMU (10/6/01)

7. 8.

346 335

Craig Duppong, Wayne St. at NU (11/2/02) Lee Marana, Michigan Tech vs. FSU (10/22/05)

9. 325 10. 320

Chris Pulliums, Ferris St. vs. SVSU (11/1195) Joique Bell, Wayne State vs. HC (10/14/06)

RECEPTIONS 1. 18 Jeff Janis, SVSU vs. Michigan Tech (10/27/12)

1. 2.

300 264

Jeff Janis, SVSU vs. Lake Erie (9/22/2012) Ron Hunter, Northwood vs. SVSU (10/24/98)

3. 4.

247 246

Brian Janeshek, Michigan Tech vs. UI (9/20/03) Cesare Manning, Indianapolis vs. MTU (9/20/03)

5. 6.

246 244

David Kircus, Grand Valley St. vs. HC (11/10/01) 6. Clarence Coleman, Ferris St. vs. GV (11/14/98)

7. 8.

237 235

Jeff Geisz, Michigan Tech vs. UI (11/11/00) Ed Bailey, Mercyhurst vs. HC (10/2/99)

9. 10.

234 232

Glen Martinez, SVSU vs. FSU (10/25/03) Pierre Brown, Wayne St. at HC (10/14/00)

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18 15

Obadiah Dykes, Tiffin vs. LE (11/05/2011) Carlton Brewster, Ferris St. at AU (9/4/04)

15 15

Clarence Coleman, Ferris St. vs. GV (10/7/00) Justin Simeon, Mercyhurst vs. MTU (9/9/00)

14 14

Andrew Beaver, SVSU at Northwood (9/25/10) Dyshaun Edwards, Tiffin vs. Wayne St. (9/27/08)

14 14

Nick Body, Wayne St. vs. UI (9/24/05) Cesare Manning, Indianapolis vs. MTU (9/20/03)

14 14

Carlton Brewster, Ferris St. at MTU (10/11/03) Michael Hull, Ashland vs. UF (10/26/02)

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Jeff Geisz, Michigan Tech vs. UI (9/16/00)


The Record Book GLIAC Football Top 10 Single-Season Records Conference Games Only RUSHING NET YARDS

PASSING NET YARDS

1. 1,955 2. 1,941

Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2009

1. 3,145 Mark Nicolet, Hillsdale, 2007 2. 3,141 Bill Cundiff, Ashland, 2008

3. 1,545 4. 1,519

Michael Simpson, Findlay, 2004 Mo Harris, Ferris State, 1999

3. 3,005 Matt Root, Tiffin, 2008 4. 3,001 Matt McCarthy, Ferris State, 1998

5. 1,489 6. 1,484

Chris Pulliams, Ferris State, 1995 Lee Marana, Michigan Tech, 2004

5. 2,933 Jeff Fox, Grand Valley St., 1998 6. 2,923 Matt Kohn, Indianapolis, 2003

7. 1,482 8. 1,469

Scott Schulte, Hillsdale, 1992 Nelson Edmonds, Northern Mich.,1991

7. 2,920 Mark Radlinski, Saginaw Valley St., 2003 8. 2,904 Jonathon Jennings, SVSU, 2012

Tyree Dye, Ferris State, 1994 Joe Gough, Wayne State, 1994

8. 2,856 Curt Anes, Grand Valley St., 2001 9. 2,756 Troy Weatherhead, Hillsdale, 2009

9. 1,427 10. 1,404

TOTAL OFFENSE NET YARDS 1. 3,352 Bill Cundiff, Ashland, 2008

ALL-PURPOSE NET YARDS 1. 2,352 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006

2. 3,347 3. 3,312

Curt Anes, Grand Valley St., 2001 Mark Nicolet, Hillsdale, 2007

2. 2,315 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 2001 3. 2,238 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2009

4. 3,154 5. 3,149

Jeff Janis, SVSU, 2012 Jeff Fox, Grand Valley St., 1998

4. 1,973 Kevin Clive, Hillsdale, 2002 5. 1,891 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 2000

6. 3,148 7. 3,036

Darmel Whitfield, Gannon, 2004 Mark Radlinski, Saginaw Valley St., 2003

6. 1,865 Nelson Edmonds, Northern Mich., 1991 7. 1,854 Craig Duppong, Wayne State, 2002

8. 2,958 9. 2,953

Matt Kohn, Indianapolis, 2003 Matt McCarthy, Ferris State, 1998

8. 1,791 Mo Harris, Ferris State, 1999 9. 1,785 Chris Pulliams, Ferris State, 1995

10. 2,876

Matt Kissell, Mercyhurst, 1998

RECEIVING NET YARDS 1. 1,492 Pierre Brown, Wayne State, 2000 2. 1,468 3. 1,441

Jeff Janis, SVSU, 2012 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 2000

4. 1,214 5. 1,160

David Kircus, Grand Valley St., 2001 Troy Burrell, Wayne State, 2011

6. 1,134 7. 1,104

Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 2001 Carlton Brewster, Ferris State, 2004

8. 1,074 9. 1,052

Dyshaun Edwards, Tiffin, 2008 Cesare Manning, Indianapolis, 2003

10. 1,036

Brian Dolph, Saginaw Valley St., 2000

10. 1,756 Scott Schulte, Hillsdale, 1993 TOTAL POINTS 1. 2.

180 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2009 156 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2007

4.

156 David Kircus, Grand Valley St., 2001 132 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006

5.

126 Monterae Williams, Findlay, 2012 126 Lee Marana, Michigan Tech., 2004 126 David Kircus, Grand Valley St., 2002 126 Chris Pulliams, Ferris State, 1995

9. 10.

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122 Brian Dolph, Saginaw Valley St., 2000 120 Tyree Dye, Ferris State, 1993


The Record Book GLIAC Football Top 10 Career Records Conference Games Only PASSING NET YARDS 1. 8,600 Curt Anes, Grand Valley St., 1999-02

RUSHING NET YARDS 1. 6,350 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-09 2. 4,748 3. 4,425

Lee Marana, Michigan Tech, 2003-06 Monterae Williams, Findlay, 2009-12

2. 7,808 3. 7.760

Matt McCarthy, Ferris State, 1996-99 Bill Cundiff, Ashland 2006-09

4. 4,245 5. 3,854

Scott Schulte, Hillsdale, 1990-93 Mo Harris, Ferris State, 1996-99

4. 7,689 5. 7,606

Matt Kohn, Indianapolis, 2001-04 Cullen Finnerty, Grand Valley St., 2003-06

6. 3,714 7. 3,636

Joe Gough, Wayne State, 1991-94 Keith Weaver, Ashland, 1991-94

6. 7,573 7. 7,060

Jeff Fox, Grand Valley St., 1995-98 Bill Skelton, Hillsdale, 2000-03

8. 3,635 9. 3,492

J.R. McCoy, Ashland, 1999-02 Derek Fudge, Ferris State, 2000-03

8. 6,825 9. 6,632

Chris Dougherty, SVSU, 2005-07 Kevin Kreinhagen, Indianapolis, 1995-98

10. 3,192

Torris Childs, Northwood, 2005-08

10.6,548

Jonathon Jennings, SVSU, 2010-12

TOTAL OFFENSE NET YARDS

ALL-PURPOSE NET YARDS

1. 9,746 2. 9,148

Curt Anes, Grand Valley St., 1999-02 Cullen Finnerty, Grand Valley St., 2003-06

1. 7,621 2. 7,227

Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-09 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998-01

3. 8,323 4. 8,184 5. 7,978

Bill Cundiff, Ashland 2006-09 Jeff Fox, Grand Valley St., 1995-98 Matt Kohn, Indianapolis, 2001-04

3. 5,474 4. 4,991

Charles Davis, Saginaw Valley St., 1993-96 Scott Schulte, Hillsdale, 1990-93

6. 7,575 7. 7,291

Matt McCarthy, Ferris State, 1996-99 Jonathon Jennings, SVSU, 2010-12

5. 4,758 6. 4,690

Mo Harris, Ferris State, 1996-99 Monterae Williams, Findlay, 2009-12

8. 7,089 9. 6,970

Chris Dougherty, Saginaw Valley St., 2005-07 Matt LaFleur, Saginaw Valley St., 2000-02

7. 4,514 8. 4,430

Josh Renel, Wayne State, 2008-11 Derek Fudge, Ferris State, 2000-03

10. 6,696

Mark Radlinski, Saginaw Valley St., 2002-04

9. 4,508 10. 4,018

RECEIVING NET YARDS 1. 4,594 2. 3,333

Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998-01 David Kircus, Grand Valley St., 1999-02

3. 3,325 4. 3,054

Ron Hunter, Northwood, 1998-01 Pierre Brown, Wayne State, 1998-2001

5. 2,923 6. 2,919

Carlton Brewster, Ferris State, 2002-05 Brian Dolph, Saginaw Valley St., 1997-00

7. 2,839 8. 2,749

Ric Cottengim, Saginaw Valley St., 2004-07 Charles Davis, Saginaw Valley St., 1993-96

9. 2,692 10. 2,649

Carlton Brewster, Ferris State, 2002-05 Joe Gough, Wayne State, 1991-94

TOTAL POINTS 1. 564 Joique Bell, Wayne State, 2006-08 2. 3.

Ed House, Hillsdale, 1998-01 Ed Bailey, Mercyhurst, 1998-2000

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348 344

David Kircus, Grand Valley St., 1999-02 Lee Marana, Michigan Tech, 2003-06

4. 308 5. 304

Eric Houle, Saginaw Valley St., 2000-03 Gregg Berkshire, Ashland, 2008-11

6. 7.

300 288

Monterae Williams, Findlay, 2009-12 Tyree Dye, Ferris State, 1990-91, 93-94

8. 9.

278 274

Scott Schulte, Hillsdale, 1990-93 Clarence Coleman, Ferris State, 1998-01

10.

264

Brian Dolph, Saginaw Valley St., 1997-00


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