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Location: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Loretto, Pa. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1847 Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,000 President: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rev. Gabriel Zeis, T.O.R. VP for Student Development: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Frank Montecalvo NCAA Faculty Representative: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brent Ottaway Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Red Flash Colors: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Red (PMS 200) & White Website: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.GoRedFlash.com Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA Division I Director of Athletics: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bob Krimmel Sr. Associate Director of Athletics / SWA: . . . . . . . . . . . . .Erika Renwick Assistant AD for Marketing, Promotions, & Communications . . . . .Jim Brazill Assistant AD for Compliance/Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lucy Wess Director of Sports Medicine: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Terry Bennett, A.T.C. Director of Student-Athlete Development: . . . . . . . . . . . . .John Krimmel Athletic Administration Graduate Assistant: . . . . . . . . . . .Lindsey Harker

team information

Conference: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Northeast Home Field: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .DeGol Field (3,450) Playing Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SportExe Artificial Turf 2009 Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-9 2009 NEC Record / Finish: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-7/8th Players Returning / Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70/24 Starters Returning / Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 / 7 (including specialists) Newcomers: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Basic Offense: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pro Style Basic Defense: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Multiple Sets

coaching Staff

Head Coach: . . . . .Chris Villarrial (Indiana University of Pennsylvania ‘96) Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .814-472-3276 Career Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 (1st Season) Record at SFU: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Same

2010 - Returning Starters Offense (9 returning, 2 lost) 10

John Kelly

QB

So.

6-1

203

Frederick, Md./Tuscarora

32

Jude Yearwood RB

Sr.

6-0

220

Elkridge, Md./Howard

27

Daniel Conley

Jr.

6-0

225

Burgettstown, Pa./Burgettstown

1

Omar Winston WR

Sr.

6-0

200

Cleveland, Ohio/Cleveland South

15

Ryan Zarnich

TE

Sr.

6-5

247

Rochester, Pa./Rochester Area

70

Nick Peterson

OL

Sr.

6-0

275

Canyon, Calif./Canyon County

55

Chris Buzas

OL

Sr.

6-1

270

Erie, Pa./Erie Cathedral Prep

65

Jake Smith

OL

So.

6-2

265

Galena, Ohio/St. Francis DeSales

75

Jordan Kelly

OL

Jr.

6-3

275

Pittsburgh, Pa./Seton-LaSalle

FB

Defense (6 returning, 5 lost) 91

Chris Shepard

DL

So.

6-3

240

Kittanning, Pa./Kittanning

33

Tyler Gillmen

OLB

Jr.

5-10

185

Tyrone, Pa./Tyrone

31

Matthew Parker ILB

Sr.

6-1

210

Darlington, Pa./Blackhawk

40

Ryan Shepard

ILB

Sr.

6-0

220

Kittanning, Pa./Kittanning

44

Scott Lewis

OLB

Sr.

5-11

205

South Fork, Pa./Bishop McCort

28

Jordan Harper

DB

So.

6-4

215

McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport

Specialists (2 returning, 0 lost) 14

Josh Thiel

PK

6-0

175

So.

Leesburg, Va./Heritage

16

Grant Price

P

5-10 185

So.

Huntertown, Ind./Carroll

assistant coaches and Staff

A.J. Anderson (Lock Haven ‘99) .Assoc. Head Coach / Football Operations Ralph Clark (Robert Morris ‘98) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Defensive Coordinator Ralph DelSardo (Morehead State ‘04) . . . . . . . . . . . . .Offensive Coordinator Paul Charbonneau (Mount Allison ‘05) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Running Backs Jake Nulph (Robert Morris ‘05) . . . . . . . . . .Defensive Backs/Special Teams Joe Shook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kickers Brian Wright (Towson ‘87) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wide Receivers Joe Thomas (Saint Francis ‘06) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tight Ends Chuck Terek (Lock Haven ‘79) . . . . . . . . . . . .Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles Colyn Haugh (Robert Morris ‘07) . . . . .GA - Defensive Line/Video Coord.

athletic communications

Director of Athletic Communications: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bob Volkert E-mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rvolkert@francis.edu Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .814-472-3128 Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .814-330-6281 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .814-472-3196 Assistant Director / Football Contact: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sean Fagan Assistant E-mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .sfagan@francis.edu Assistant Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .814-472-3912 Website: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.goRedFlash.com Radio Broadcasts: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .WWGE 1400 AM, WKGE 850 AM

history

All-Time NEC Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-80 NEC Home Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-38 NEC Road Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-42

STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION

Saint Francis University, inspired by its Franciscan and Catholic identity, values equality of opportunity, human dignity, racial, cultural and ethnic diversity, both as an educational institution and as an employer. Accordingly, the University prohibits and does not engage in discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, sex, age, disability or status as a veteran or disabled veteran or any other protected class. The University is committed to this policy based upon its values and in compliance with federal and state laws. This policy applies to all programs and activities of the University, including, but not limited to, admission and employment practices, educational policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic or other University-sponsored programs. Inquiries or complaints may be addressed to the University’s Director of Human Resources/Affirmative Action/Title IX Coordinator, Saint Francis University, Loretto, PA 15940 (814) 472-3264. For other University information, call (814) 472-3000.

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M edia i nFoRMation Media inFoRMation

Athletic Communications

CREDENTIALS ... Requests for media credentials for covering Red Flash football contests should be made directly to Saint Francis Assistant Director of Athletic Communications Sean Fagan. Credentials will be available at the Will Call Window at DeGol Field.

Bob Volkert Director

Sean Fagan

Assistant Director/ Football Contact

CONTACT INFORMATION

Bob Volkert Phone..........................814.472.3128 E-mail................rvolkert@francis.edu Sean Fagan/Football Contact Phone............................814.472.3916 -mail ....................sfagan@francis.edu Fax ................................814.472.3196 Web ..............www.goRedFlash.com Mailing Address:.............................. ..........................117 Evergreen Drive ..............................Loretto, Pa. 15940

CREDITS The 2010 Red Flash Football Yearbook was written, designed and edited by Saint Francis University Asst. Director of Athletic Communications Sean Fagan, with assistance from Director of Athletic Communications Bob Volkert and Asst. Director of Athletic Communications Ashley Bailey. Cover photography by J.D. Cavrich. Other photography by J.D. Cavrich, Maureen Malloy and the Margaret M. Tobin Center for Archives & Special Collections. Printing by MultiAd Print Solutions (Peoria, Ill.).

RADIO BROADCASTS ... Permission to broadcast games is granted through the Saint Francis Athletic Communications Office. Arrangements for a line should be made at least one week in advance of the game. PRESS SERVICES... Pre-game notes, halftime and final statistics plus a play-by-play account of the game will be available to all members of the working media. Saint Francis head coach Chris Villarrial will be available for interviews following a brief cooling-off period and radio post-game interview. Red Flash players will also be available for interviews, as will visiting teams' players and coaches, following the cooling-off period. INTERVIEWS ... Interviews with Head Coach Chris Villarrial, his staff and players can be arranged through Assistant Director of Athletic Communications Sean Fagan. Players and coaches are available for both in-person and telephone interviews.

Altoona Mirror

local Media Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

WTAJ-TV

Sports Editor: Buck Frank Address: PO Box 2008 Altoona, PA 16603 Phone: 814.946.7443 Fax: 814.946.7540

Sports Editor: Jerry Micco Address: 34 Blvd. of Allies Pittsburgh, PA 15230 Phone: 412.263.1621 Fax: 412.263.1926

Sports Editor: Nick Foley Address: 5000 Sixth Avenue Altoona, PA 16602 Phone: 814.944.1414 Fax: 814.946.8746

Ebensburg Mainliner

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

The Edge AM 1400 / AM 850

Sports Editor: Dave Sutor Address: PO Box 777 Ebensburg, PA 15931 Phone: 814.472.4110 Fax: 814.472.2275

Sports Editor: Dave Mackall Address: 503 Martindale Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 Phone: 412.320.7848 Fax: 412.320.7964

Director: Mike McKendree Address: P.O. Box 88 Ebensburg, PA 15931 Phone: 814.255.WWGE Fax: 814.255.EDGE

Johnstown Tribune-Democrat

WJAC-TV / WATM-TV / WWCP-TV

Sports Editor: Eric Knopsnyder Address: 425 Locust St. Johnstown, PA 15907 Phone: 814.532.5080 Fax: 814.539.1409

Sports Editor: Tim Rigby Address: 49 Old Hickory Lane Johnstown, PA 15905 Phone: 814.255.7600 Fax: 814.255.3958

FollowinG the Red FlaSh RED FLASH ON THE AIRWAVES AND THE INTERNET

Saint Francis football has enjoyed a loyal fan following throughout the years. Red Flash fans have not only turned out at the old Pine Bowl and DeGol Field, and at away venues, but have also listened to games over the radio. Play-by-play announcer Joe Vesnesky will call all the action on The Edge 1400 AM (Ebensburg) and The Edge 850 AM (Johnstown). Vesnesky has called Red Flash games for the last 31 years as “The Voice of Saint Francis Athletics.” He will be joined on football broadcasts for the fifth straight year by color commentator Pat Pino. In addition, all Red Flash home games will be carried as a live video feed on www.GoRedFlash.com, under the “Live Stats/Multimedia” link. You can also listen to Joe and Pat call the action online at www.myedgeradio.com.

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a histoRy oF saint FRancis Football

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he Saint Francis football team is entering its 86th season of competition in 2008. The history of SFU football is long and interesting. The first year of competition was way back in 1892, but records from that season and all of the following seasons up until 1908 were destroyed in a fire on campus. Records are missing from 1913, and teams weren’t fielded in 1916, 1918, 1920-21, 1932-37, 1942-46 and 1954-68. There are various reasons for no fielding teams during those years, including financial reasons as well as wars. It was a financial decision in 1953 to drop what had been a successful Red Flash squad. It took nearly 15 years for a group of students and faculty to come along who wanted Saint Francis back on the gridiron. If it weren’t for that group, SFU wouldn’t be entering its 16th season in the Football Championship Subdivision (former Division I-AA). After the Red Flash football program folded following the 1953 season, Saint Francis went without the sport for 15 seasons. For over 14 years, college football for Saint Francis meant the NCAA Game of the Week. But sometime in the mid-1960s a group of students tried to form a club football team. The idea was breached in the spring of 1967 in a Student Council meeting. Later that year, a group of students approached former university President Father Vince Negherbon with new ideas to overcome cost issues of running the team. Approval by Father Vince came in the spring of 1968 for a student-sponsored football team, and after the group of students overcame many obstacles and changes in leadership during the initial stages, THE LORETTO, a former university student-run newspaper, reported on Sept. 11, 1968, that a club football team would return to campus. After four years of planning and several different club officers, Football Club President Ebbie Clohessy and treasurer Tony Ippolito achieved success with help from students, faculty and local businesses in beginning a club football program. It was estimated that the football team would need $8,000 to pay for uniforms and equipment, coaches salary, rental of a playing field, medications, traveling expenses and referees. It took a combined effort, but the program was able to raise the money through 50-50 raffles, car washes, dances, hoagie sales, business ads and rallies. Note: Clohessy was voted in as the club President in December of 1968 after showing leadership as a freshman by starting a freshman intramural sports program, which didn’t exist at the time. Clohessy, realizing the need for a good moderator and supporter, contacted Father Fidelis Weber, a theology professor, who openly accepted the post. Together these two men along with other members of the club went through fields, coaches, equipment, insurance, schedules, and other miscellaneous details. During the summer months, Father Fidelis pushed hard to close many of the contracts which meant traveling to Pittsburgh several times. Then in September, less than 10 months from its start, the Saint Francis football team took to the field – fully equipped, for the first time since the early 1950s. “These two men truly deserve the thanks from the student body,” said a writer in THE LORETTO. “For with the return of football, also comes the return of the spirit and activity on the fall campus at Saint Francis.” When the Red Flash finally took the field, Art Martynuska, an Assistant Professor of Social Sciences at then-Mount Aloysius Junior College, came to be head coach after playing semi-professional football in the New York State Football League. A Lock Haven graduate, Martynuska coached at Lilly-Washington, Penn Cambria and Bishop Carroll High Schools prior to reestablishing the football program at Saint Francis. On Sept. 27, 1969, the Red Flash once again hit the gridiron as a club football team, playing in the National Club Football Association. The Red Flash took the field for the first time in Canton, Ohio, where they battled Walsh before 500 rain-soaked fans at Hoover Stadium. Saint Francis fell behind 14-0, but finally drove for paydirt on a 75 yard drive capped by Chuck Connelly’s 31 yard touchdown romp. However, the try for a two point conversion was no good and the score stood at 14-6. The Red Flash lost the ball five times on fumbles in the game, four of them inside the Cavalier 30 yard line. It was a sloppy beginning, but it was a gratifying experience after years of hard work to get the program started once again. Connelly rushed for 96 yards on 21 tries in that first game, and Andy Shank ran for 67 yards on 22 rushes. Saint Francis started the season 0-3, being outscored 93-6, but Martynuska summed up the experience with a look toward the future. “We have a relatively young and green outfit,” he said. “Since this is our first

year we realize that there will be many mistakes due to this inexperience and the type of program we are trying to build here at Saint Francis. These errors will be seen in all facets of club football at Saint Francis from administration on down to actual playing of games. We can only hope to capitalize on these mistakes in the next few years and build a power here. All we need is time and student support.” Time and support is exactly what they were given. The Red Flash finished 1-6 that first season, with the only win being a stunning 16-14 upset of No. 14 Niagara in the team’s home opener before more than 2,000 screaming fans. In the program’s second season, Martynuska led the squad to a 3-4 record including a 13-0 upset of No. 10 Catholic. The season also saw a heartbreaking last-minute 26-22 loss against eventual national club football champion King’s, and a 42-7 defeat of Steubenville, the largest margin of victory in the program’s brief history. In 1971, a strong returning nucleus as well as a strong freshmen class provided preseason hype for a potential winning season. It turned out it wasn’t just hype as a pair of freshmen, Pancho Andrews and Jay Roberts (currently volunteer coach for Saint Francis), as well as a seasoned veteran, Connelly, provided the spark for Saint Francis’ best offense yet. Andrews became the first 1,000yard rusher (1,040) in the program’s early history, and Connelly became the first player to provide more than 1,000 yards of total offense. Roberts nearly pulled off the trifecta with 936 yards rushing on the season. The squad went 7-1, defeating defending national champion King’s 27-21, but falling to in-state nemesis Duquesne 41-13 for the season’s only blemish. The Red Flash finished ranked No. 6 in the nation, and after just three years they had a combined record of 1110. It was a good beginning to an interesting run toward becoming an NCAAsanctioned sport during the 1978 season. Saint Francis debuted as a Division III squad with a 4-5 mark under Martynuska. The school’s all-time leader in victories also saw the team move from playing off campus to the Pine Bowl, which opened in 1979. It is safe to say that many of those players on the early Red Flash club football teams are smiling as Saint Francis has gone from club football to Division III and now to Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). With new head coach Chris Villarrial, a young energetic staff, and the continued support of administration and the community, it is safe to say the future remains bright for a program once just a dream.

Saint Francis Football Facts 4 The idea of a club football team was made public during the 1966-67 school year. 4 Club football was organized and financed entirely by the students. 4 Dec. 11, 1968 - Ebbie Clohessy elected President of Saint Francis Football Club, and John Lafferty elected Treasurer. 4 Team began practicing in preparation for first season during week of April 23, 1969. Father Fidelis Weber served as spring head coach, with student coaches Tony Ippolito, Nick Maggiore, and Jack Rudases. Team was narrowed down to 41 players during “spring training.” 4 Home games in 1969 were held at Shields Field on the campus of Penn Cambria High School. 4 Sept. 27, 1969 - First club football game at Walsh. 4 Oct. 18, 1969 – First home game held against Niagara results in 16-14 upset of 14th-ranked squad. 4 Nov. 8, 1969 – Saint Francis held a Mini-Homecoming against St. Vincent. 4 Home games from 1970 through 1978 were held at Portage Area Field. 4 Feb. 10, 1971 – Sophomore offensive tackle Rich Fiore was placed on the Club Football All-American team, first Saint Francis player to receive the honor. 4 Current Red Flash volunteer assistant coach Jay Roberts was named a Club Football All-American in 1974. 4 April 14, 1978 – An article in THE LORETTO stated that an allocation of $8,000 will be given to the football club for the upcoming football season, effectively making the program a Division III program. 4 Sept. 15, 1979 - The Red Flash football team played an on-campus home game for the first time in 40 years, as a NCAA Division III team. 4 Sept. 4, 1993 - Saint Francis plays its first game as a member of NCAA Division I-AA, now called Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). 4 Oct. 22, 2005 - The Red Flash host Albany in first-ever game played at newly renovated DeGol Field, the former site of the Pine Bowl.

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2010 R ed F lash n uMeRical R osteR # 1 2 3 4 5 5b 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12b 13 14 14b 15 16 16b 17 18 19 19b 20 20b 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 27b 28 29 30 30b 31 32 33 34 34b 35 36 38 39 39b 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 72 73 75 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 86 87 88 89 91 92 93 94 96 97 98 99 --

NAME Omar Winston Anthony Howze Timmy Myers Jordan Harper Tony Armstead Joe Anastasio Brent Sanders Zak Newton Darnell Dixon Colton Sipe John Kelly John Siciliano DaVon McGant Spencer Cross Stanley Gensiak Josh Thiel Zachary Glessner Ryan Zarnich Grant Price Anthony Penksa Michael Durr Matthew Mazzara Kevin Wood Zak Campbell Luke McConnell Dontre Merricks Taylor Holby Kyle Harbridge Willie Harris Brian Lane Michael Brown Jakob DeMedal Daniel Conley Jonathan Ewing Jerome Mathews Alford Thompson Matthew Scott Eugene Ehredt Matthew Parker Jude Yearwood Tyler Gillmen Michael Sinosky Nolan Bonham Anthony Bowman Zachary Blacka Bruce Balliet Andrew Penksa Ryan Duffy Ryan Shepard Andrew Gause Christopher Drago Mitchell Shaw Scott Lewis Kevin Parker Tyler Davidson Charles Billy Zachary Wilson Daniel Grimes William Houston Sean Veights Evan Bauer Bruno DeGol Ryan Revtai Christopher Buzas Asalemo Fruean Patrick Green Shawn Burke Brandt Beck William Hall Trent Baker Ben Schultz Steven Mosey Colin Gdula Jake Smith Brandon Bunting Thurston Kino Matthew Glass Nick Peterson Antioine Darden Patrick Major Jordan Kelly Christopher Bryan Robert Smith Lloyd Hill Ryan Scoran Jeff Wasilewski Steven Frost Dane Domonkos De'Andre Perry Ryan LaDuke Jacob Novicki Evan Marshall Daniel Buzas Christopher Shepard Joseph Laukaitis Austin Williams Matthew Lewis Joseph Dodds Paul Print Kaena Moose Brody Maughan-Evanson Ashton Alicea

POS. WR WR QB DB DB K DB RB/DB WR QB QB WR DB K QB K QB TE P QB DB QB K DB DB RB RB RB DB DB RB/DB DB FB DB DB DB RB RB LB RB LB RB LB LB LB LB K DL LB FB TE DB LB FB FB LB LB LB OL LB LB LB LB OL LB/DE DL LB LB OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR TE DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DB

HT. 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-4 5-9 5-7 5-9 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-3 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-0 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-8 6-2 6-1 5-10 5-8 5-9 5-9 5-9 6-2 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-5 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-4 5-9 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-3 5-9 5-7 6-3 5-10 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-1 5’11”

WT. 202 180 216 195 185 140 195 198 189 215 204 175 175 168 215 170 196 262 189 185 195 195 162 182 176 181 196 188 205 165 145 189 230 166 167 164 163 205 213 218 210 200 217 220 200 220 166 208 230 214 211 195 218 247 200 214 197 234 301 220 233 208 240 290 250 262 223 223 307 283 306 265 266 296 260 275 262 316 329 318 295 343 315 400 162 196 160 155 185 160 190 175 226 250 289 207 249 239 258 275 265 185

CLASS Sr. Jr. So. R. So. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. R. Jr. R. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. R. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. R. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. R. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Fr. So. R. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. R. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

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HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL Cleveland, Ohio / Cleveland South Upper Marlboro, Md. / Riverdale Baptist Ebensburg, Pa. / Central Cambria McKeesport, Pa. / McKeesport Harrisburg, Pa. / George Chaump Lancaster, Pa./Lancaster Catholic Pasadena, Md. / Severna Park Cresson, Pa./Penn Cambria Severn, Md. / Old Mill Hummelstown, Pa. / Lower Dauphin Frederick, Md./Tuscarora Johnstown, Pa. / Greater Johnstown Brandywine, Md./Gwynn Park Meyersdale, Pa. / Meyersdale Jessup, Pa./Valley View Leesburg, Va. / Heritage St. Michael, Pa./Forest Hills Rochester, Pa. / Rochester Area Huntertown, Ind. / Carroll Northern Cambria, Pa. / Northern Cambria Cumberland, Md. / Fort Hill State College, Pa./State College Area Butler, Pa./Knoch Munhall, Pa. / Steel Valley Westminster, Colo. / Bishop Guilfoyle Linden, N.J. / Cardinal McCarrick Nanty-Glo, Pa. / Blacklick Valley Easton, Pa. / Easton Area Oxon Hill, Md. / Oxon Hill Ambler, Pa./William Penn Charter School New Wilmington, Pa./Wilmington Burgettstown, Pa. / Burgettstown Johnstown, Pa. / Bishop McCort Pittsburgh, Pa./Schenley Washington, D.C./Our Lady of Good Counsel Frederick, Md. / Tuscarora Altoona, Pa./Bishop Guilfoyle Darlington, Pa. / Blackhawk Elkridge, Md. / Howard Tyrone, Pa. / Tyrone Portage, Pa./Portage Jeannette, Pa./Hempfield Damascus, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport Drums, Pa./Marian Catholic Johnstown, Pa./Bishop McCort Altoona, Pa. Kittanning, Pa. / Kittanning Patton, Pa./Cambria Heights Perrineville, N.J. / Notre Dame Sarver, Pa./Freeport South Fork, Pa. / Bishop McCort Monessen, Pa. / Monessen Ebensburg, Pa. / Central Cambria Allentown, Pa. / Bethlehem Catholic Leechburg, Pa./Greensburg Central Catholic Villa Park, Ill. / Montini Catholic Easton, Pa. / Wyoming Seminary Prep Pittsburgh, Pa./Mount Lebanon Pottstown, Pa. / Pottstown Tyrone, Pa. / Belwood-Antis Oakdale, Pa. / West Allegheny Erie, Pa. / Erie Cathedral Prep Waipahu, Hawaii/Waipahu Williamsport, Pa. / Loyalsock Twp. Webster, N.Y./Webster Schroeder Irvona, Pa. / Cambria Heights New Salem, Pa. / Uniontown Area Palmyra, Pa. / Palmyra Ebensburg, Pa. / Central Cambria Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt Dunks, Pa. / Forest Hills Galena, Ohio / St. Francis DeSales Champion, Pa./Mount Pleasant Area Honolulu, Hawaii / Punahou Cresson, Pa./Penn Cambria Canyon, Calif. / Canyon County Randallstown, Md. / Randallstown Monessen, Pa. / Monessen Pittsburgh, Pa. / Seton-La Salle Regional Vandergrift, Pa./Kiski Area Carteret, N.J./Carteret Steelton, Pa. / Steelton-Highspire Portage, Pa. / Portage Ebensburg, Pa. / Central Cambria Pittsburgh, Pa. / Bishop Canevin Windber, Pa. / Bishop McCort Mishawaka, Ind. / John Adams Greensburg, Pa. / Greater Latrobe Pittsburgh, Pa. / Seton-LaSalle Jeannette, Pa./Greensburg Central Catholic Erie, Pa. / Erie Cathedral Prep Kittanning, Pa. / Kittanning Pittsburgh, Pa. / Upper St. Clair Downingtown, Pa. / Westchester Henderson Cogan Station, Pa. / Williamsport Parksburg, Pa. / Coatesville Olmsted Twp., Ohio / Olmsted Falls Honolulu, Hawaii / Punahou Mars, Pa. / Mars Hammonton, N.J./St. Joseph’s/The Gunnery


a lphabetical R osteR - i ncoMinG p layeRs NAME

POS.

HT.

WT.

CLASS

Ashton Alicea

DB

5’11”

185

Fr.

Hammonton, N.J./St. Joseph’s/The Gunnery

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

Bruce Balliet

LB

6’1”

225

Fr.

Drums, Pa./Marian Catholic

Evan Bauer

LB

6’3

220

Fr.

Pottstown, Pa. / Pottstown

Brandt Beck

LB

5’10”

215

Fr.

Irvona, Pa. / Cambria Heights

Zachary Blacka

LB

5’11”

195

Fr.

McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport

Nolan Bonham

LB

5’11”

205

Fr.

Jeannette, Pa./Hempfield

Anthony Bowman

LB

5’10”

210

Fr.

Damascus, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel

Michael Brown

RB

5’8”

160

Fr.

Ambler, Pa./William Penn Charter School

Christopher Bryan

OL

6’1”

300

Fr.

Vandergrift, Pa./Kiski Area

Brandon Bunting

OL

6’2”

260

Fr.

Champion, Pa./Mount Pleasant Area

Shawn Burke

LB

6’1”

223

Fr.

Webster, N.Y./Webster Schroeder

Daniel Buzas

TE

6’2”

234

Fr.

Erie, Pa./Erie Cathedral Prep

Spencer Cross

K

6’1”

175

Fr.

Meyersdale, Pa./Meyersdale

Jakob DeMedal

DB

6’1”

185

Fr.

New Wilmington, Pa./Wilmington

Joseph Dodds

DL

6’3”

250

Fr.

Parksburg, Pa. / Coatesville

Dane Domonkos

ATH

5’7”

155

Fr.

Windber, Pa./Bishop McCort

Eugene Ehredt

RB

5’10”

205

Fr.

Altoona, Pa./Bishop Guilfoyle

Steven Frost

WR

5’9”

160

Fr.

Pittsburgh, Pa./Bishop Canevin

Asalemo Fruean

LB/DE

6’2'

230

Fr.

Waipahu, Hawaii/Waipahu

Colin Gdula

OL

6’3”

245

Fr.

Dunlo, Pa./Forest Hills

Stanley Gensiak

QB

6’4”

220

Fr.

Jessup, Pa./Valley View

Matthew Glass

OL

5’8”

262

Fr.

Cresson, Pa./Penn Cambria

Zachary Glessner

QB

6’3”

200

Fr.

St. Michael, Pa./Forest Hills

Thurston Kino

OL

6’3”

280

Fr.

Honolulu, Hawaii/Punahou

Joseph Laukaitis

DL

6’3”

280

Fr.

Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair

Matthew Lewis

DL

6’2”

246

Fr.

Cogan Station, Pa./Williamsport

Evan Marshall

WR

6’0”

175

Fr.

Jeannette, Pa./Greensburg Central Catholic

Jerome Mathews

DB

5’8”

170

Fr.

Pittsburgh, Pa./Schenley

Brody Maughan-Evanson

DL

6’1”

290

Fr.

Mars, Pa./Mars Area

Matthew Mazzara

QB

6’0”

195

Fr.

State College, Pa./State College Area

DaVon McGant

DB

6’0”

175

Fr.

Brandywine, Md./Gwynn Park

Kaena Moose

DL

6’1”

275

Fr.

Honolulu, Hawaii/Iolani School

Steven Mosey

OL

6’1”

265

Fr.

Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt

Zakary Newton

RB/DB

6’1”

195

Fr.

Cresson, Pa./Penn Cambria

Joseph Nolan

DB

5’9”

190

Fr.

Williamsport, Pa./Williamsport

Jacob Novicki

WR

5’8”

190

Fr.

Pittsburgh, Pa./Seton-LaSalle

Andrew Penksa

K

5’8”

166

Fr.

Johnstown, Pa./Bishop McCort

Anthony Penksa

QB

6’1”

185

Fr.

Northern Cambria, Pa./Northern Cambria

Ryan Scoran

WR

6’0”

162

Fr.

Portage, Pa./Portage

Matthew Scott

RB

5’9”

180

Fr.

Frederick, Md. / Tuscarora

Mitchell Shaw

DB

6’0”

195

Fr.

Sarver, Pa./Freeport

John Siciliano

WR

5’9”

175

Fr.

Johnstown, Pa. / Greater Johnstown

Michael Sinosky

RB

5’11”

200

Fr.

Portage, Pa./Portage

Alford Thompson

DB

5’9”

165

Fr.

Washington, D.C./Our Lady of Good Counsel

Sean Veights

LB

6’0”

220

Fr.

Pittsburgh, Pa./Mount Lebanon

Zachary Wilson

LB

5’10”

215

Fr.

Leechburg, Pa./Greensburg Central Catholic

Kevin Wood

K

5’10

170

Fr.

Butler, Pa./Knoch

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Head Coach Matt Ballard

Chad Brown - LB

Location ....................................................................................................Lynchburg, Va. Chancellor................................................................................................Jerry Falwell, Jr. Enrollment ..............................................................................................................11,928 Founded ......................................................................................................................1971 Nickname ................................................................................................................Flames Colors ..............................................................................................Red, White and Blue Athletics Director ..........................................................................................Jeff Barber Conference ........................................................................................................Big South Stadium ............................................................................Williams Stadium (FieldTurf) Stadium Capacity ....................................................................................................19,200 Coach ..........................................................................................................Danny Rocco Alma Mater..............................................................................................Wake Forest â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;84 Overall Record ................................................................................32-13 (Fifth Season) Record at Liberty ......................................................................................................Same Associate Head Coach/Running Backs................................................Pete Sundheim Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers ............................................................Tom Clark Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks ..............................................Brandon Streeter Special Teams Coordinator/Cornerbacks ........................................Marshall Roberts Recruiting Coordinator/Receivers ......................................................Charlie Skalaski Secondary ..........................................................................................................Wally Ake Defensive Line..............................................................................................Levern Belin Running Game Coordinator/Tight Ends ................................................H.T. Kinney Offensive Line ......................................................................................Blaine McCorkle 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................8-3 Conference Record............................................................................................5-1/T-1st Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..............................................................................43/21 Starters Returning/Lost..........................................................................................14/13 Series Record ........................................................................................Liberty leads 1-0 Current Streak ................................................................................................Liberty W1 Football Contact ......................................................................................Todd Wetmore Office Phone ............................................................................................(434) 582-2292 E-Mail............................................................................................twetmore@liberty.edu Website......................................................................................www.LibertyFlames.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(434) 582-2076 Press Box ..................................................................................................(434) 582-4628

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Head Coach Danny Rocco

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JD Cecil - DB

Location ....................................................................................................Morehead, Ky. President......................................................................................Dr. Wayne D. Andrews Enrollment ................................................................................................................9,046 Founded ......................................................................................................................1887 Nickname ................................................................................................................Eagles Colors ........................................................................................................Blue and Gold Athletics Director ..............................................................................Brian Hutchinson Conference ............................................................................................Pioneer Football Stadium ....................................................Jayne Stadium (Astroturf GameDay Grass) Stadium Capacity ....................................................................................................10,000 Coach..............................................................................................................Matt Ballard Alma Mater ........................................................................................Gardner-Webb â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;79 Overall Record ............................................................................125-109 (23rd Season) Record at Morehead State ..............................................................90-84 (17th season) Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator ......................................John Gilliam Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line......................................................Gary Dunn Defensive Line/Strength & Conditioning ..............................................Chris Garner Defensive Backs ....................................................................................Paul Humphries Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator ....................................................Rob Tenyer 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................3-8 Conference Record ..............................................................................................1-7/9th Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..............................................................................34/17 Starters Returning/Lost..........................................................................................19/10 Series Record ..........................................................................Morehead State leads 4-1 Current Streak......................................................................................................SFU W1 Football Contact....................................................................................Drew Dickerson Office Phone ............................................................................................(606) 783-2557 E-Mail..........................................................................a.dickerson@moreheadstate.edu Website ............................................................................................www.msueagles.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(606) 783-2550

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Head Coach Joe Walton

Dale Fink - QB

Location....................................................................................................Fairfield, Conn. Chancellor ..................................................................................Dr. Anthony J. Cernera Enrollment ................................................................................................................3,500 Founded ......................................................................................................................1963 Nickname..............................................................................................................Pioneers Colors ........................................................................................................Red and White Athletics Director..................................................................................C. Donald Cook Conference ........................................................................................................Northeast Stadium..............................................................................Campus Stadium (FieldTurf) Stadium Capacity ......................................................................................................4,000 Coach ............................................................................................................Paul Gorham Alma Mater ......................................................................................New Hampshire ‘84 Overall Record ..........................................................................................................25-38 Record at Sacred Heart ............................................................................................Same Linebackers/Special Teams ..........................................................................Mark Nofri Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line ....................................................Kevin Bolis Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs ..............................................Josh Reardon Defensive Line ........................................................................................Darin Edwards Wide Receivers............................................................................................Matt Gardner Outside Linebackers ................................................................................Dave Wissman 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................2-8 Conference Record ..........................................................................................2-6/T-7th Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................................................................................... Starters Returning/Lost............................................................................................20/4 Series Record ..............................................................................Sacred Heart leads 9-5 Current Streak ......................................................................................Sacred Heart W2 Football Contact ..........................................................................................Bill Peterson Office Phone ............................................................................................(203) 396-8125 E-Mail ..............................................................................petersonb2@sacredheart.edu Website............................................................................www.sacredheartpioneers.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(203) 371-7889 Press Box ..................................................................................................(203) 365-7532

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Sacred heart

Head Coach Paul Gorham

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Myles Russ - RB

Location ..........................................................................................Moon Township, Pa. Chancellor ......................................................................Gregory G. Dell’Omo, Ph. D. Enrollment ................................................................................................................5,000 Founded ......................................................................................................................1921 Nickname ............................................................................................................Colonials Colors ......................................................................................Blue and White with Red Athletics Director ........................................................................................Marty Galosi Conference ........................................................................................................Northeast Stadium ........................................................................Joe Walton Stadium (FieldTurf) Stadium Capacity ......................................................................................................3,000 Coach ................................................................................................................Joe Walton Alma Mater ................................................................................................Pittsburgh ‘57 Overall Record ......................................................................................................96-67-1 Record at Robert Morris ..........................................................................................Same Associate Head Coach ............................................................................John Banaszak Defensive Coordinator ..............................................................................Scott Farison Co-Defensive Coordinator ........................................................................Scott Benzel Running Backs ..............................................................................................Sam Dorsett Assistant Secondary ........................................................................................Bill Hurley Receivers..........................................................................................................Bob Morris Offensive Line ................................................................................Andrew Richardson Assistant Defense/Special Teams..............................................Sean Callahan-Dinish Quarterbacks ......................................................................................Jarrod Highberger Tight Ends ..............................................................................................Patrick Shepard 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................5-6 Conference Record ..........................................................................................5-3/T-3rd Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..................................................................................48/ Starters Returning/Lost............................................................................................19/5 Series Record ......................................................................Robert Morris leads 13-2-1 Current Streak ....................................................................................Robert Morris W4 Football Contact ..........................................................................................James Duzyk Office Phone ............................................................................................(412) 397-4314 E-Mail ....................................................................................................duzyk@rmu.edu Website ........................................................................................www.rmucolonials.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(412) 397-5857 Press Box ..................................................................................................(412) 397-3280

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week 6 - october 16

at albany

Head Coach Bob Ford

wagner

Head Coach Walt Hameline

Trevor Anderson - DL

Location ........................................................................................................Albany, N.Y. President................................................................................................George M. Philip Enrollment..............................................................................................................13, 246 Founded ......................................................................................................................1844 Nickname ......................................................................................................Great Danes Colors......................................................................................................Purple and Gold Athletics Director ........................................................................................Lee McElroy Conference ........................................................................................................Northeast Stadium ..................................................................................University Field (Natural) Stadium Capacity ......................................................................................................5,000 Coach ..................................................................................................................Bob Ford Alma Mater ................................................................................................Springfield ‘59 Overall Record ............................................................................241-169-1 (42nd Year) Record at Albany..........................................................................232-147-0 (38th Year) Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks ................................................Ryan McCarthy Defensive Coordinator ............................................................................Mike Simpson Offensive Line ..............................................................................................Mike Morita Wide Receivers ................................................................................................Eric Evans Running Backs ............................................................................................Jamie Casullo Tight Ends................................................................................................Akeem Cedeno Defensive Backs............................................................................................Drew Christ Defensive Line ..............................................................................................Bill Banagan Outside Linebackers........................................................................................Don Mion Safeties ......................................................................................................Samson Brown 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................7-4 Conference Record..............................................................................................6-2/2nd Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..............................................................................45/18 Starters Returning/Lost............................................................................................9/13 Series Record ......................................................................................Albany leads 11-0 Current Streak ..............................................................................................Albany W11 Football Contact..................................................................................Brian DePasquale Office Phone ............................................................................................(518) 442-3072 E-Mail ........................................................................bdespasquale@uamail.albany.edu Website ......................................................................................www.ualbanysports.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(518) 442-3139 Press Box ..................................................................................................(518) 442-5895

Nick Doscher - QB

Location ..............................................................................................Staten Island, N.Y. President ........................................................................................Dr. Richard Guarasci Enrollment ................................................................................................................2,000 Founded ......................................................................................................................1883 Nickname............................................................................................................Seahawks Colors ....................................................................................................Green and White Athletics Director ....................................................................................Walt Hameline Conference ........................................................................................................Northeast Stadium ................................................................Wagner College Stadium (FieldTurf) Stadium Capacity ......................................................................................................3,300 Coach..........................................................................................................Walt Hameline Alma Mater ......................................................................................Brockport State ‘75 Overall Record ............................................................................195-110-2 (30th Year) Record at Wagner ......................................................................................................same Offensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator ....................................Jim Gibbons Defensive Coordinator ..............................................................................Mark Collins Offensive Line ....................................................................Jason “Hoss” Houghtaling Quarterbacks ................................................................................................T.J. Moriarty Secondary ............................................................................................................Joe Todd Special Teams/Defensive Line ..............................................................Johan Williams Defensive Line ....................................................................................Andrew Berggren Tight Ends ........................................................................................................Ryne Nutt Linebackers ..................................................................................................Bobby Abare Receivers ................................................................................................Marcus Edwards Assistant Offensive Line ......................................................................Petter Ottaviano Director of Football Operations ................................................Jonathan Gombinski 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................6-5 Conference Record ..........................................................................................5-3/T-3rd Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................................................................................... Starters Returning/Lost .................................................................................................... Series Record ......................................................................................Wagner leads 16-3 Current Streak ................................................................................................Wagner W2 Football Contact ..........................................................................................John Beisser Office Phone ............................................................................................(718) 390-3227 E-Mail......................................................................................john.beisser@wagner.edu Website....................................................................................www.wagnerathletics.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(718) 420-3347 Press Box ..................................................................................................(718) 420-4050

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at Monmouth

Head Coach Kevin Callahan

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Head Coach Tim Walsh

Jose Gumbs - LB

Location......................................................................................West Long Branch, N.J. President ....................................................................Vice Admiral Paul G. Gaffney II Enrollment ................................................................................................................4,501 Founded ......................................................................................................................1933 Nickname ................................................................................................................Hawks Colors ......................................................................................Midnight Blue and White Athletics Director ............................................................................Dr. Marilyn McNeil Conference ........................................................................................................Northeast Stadium ....................................................................................Kessler Field (FieldTurf) Stadium Capacity ......................................................................................................4,600 Coach ........................................................................................................Kevin Callahan Alma Mater..................................................................................................Rochester ‘77 Overall Record ..................................................................................101-72 (18th Year) Record at Monmouth................................................................................................same Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers ..............Andy Bobik Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks ..................................................Scott Van Zile Wide Receivers ........................................................................................Terence Archer Running Backs............................................................................................Chris Damian Linebackers ............................................................................................Jeramy Edwards Offensive Line ............................................................................................Brian Gabriel Tight Ends/Director of Football Operations ............................................Jeff Gallo Defensive Line ........................................................................................Matt O’Conner Defensive Backs ............................................................................................Larry Zdilla 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................5-6 Conference Record ..........................................................................................4-4/T-5th Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..............................................................................48/13 Starters Returning/Lost .................................................................................................... Series Record................................................................................Monmouth leads 15-2 Current Streak ................................................................................................Albany W4 Football Contact ........................................................................................Greg Viscomi Office Phone ............................................................................................(732) 571-4447 E-Mail....................................................................................gviscomi@monmouth.edu Website..........................................................................................www.gomuhawks.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(732) 571-3535 Press Box ..................................................................................................(732) 571-4400

Marty Mohamed - LB

Location..................................................................................................San Luis Obispo Chancellor ..............................................................................Robert Glidden (Interim) Enrollment ..............................................................................................................19,325 Founded ......................................................................................................................1901 Nickname............................................................................................................Mustangs Colors..........................................................................................Forest Green and Gold Athletics Director ..................................................................................Allison E. Cone Conference ......................................................................................................Great West Stadium ........................................................Alex G. Spanos Stadium (Natural Grass) Stadium Capacity ....................................................................................................11,075 Coach ................................................................................................................Tim Walsh Alma Mater ............................................................................................UC Riverside ‘77 Overall Record ................................................................................4-7 (Second Season) Record at Cal Poly ........................................................................121-89 (20th Season) Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks ................................................Bryan Cook Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line ..............................................Saga Tuitele Running Backs ................................................................................Aristotle Thompson Wide Receivers ............................................................................................Juston Wood Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs ................................................Greg Lupfer Defensive Line ................................................................................................Jamar Cain Inside Linebackers ........................................................................................Josh Brown Offensive Assistant (OL) ..........................................................................Matt Crivello Defensive Assistant (DB) ..........................................................................Pat Johnston Defensive Assistant (OLB)..............................................................................Steve Cox Volunteer Assistant (OL) ................................................................................Jason Cox 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................4-7 Conference Record ..............................................................................................1-3/5th Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..............................................................................59/16 Starters Returning/Lost............................................................................................19/6 Series Record ..............................................................................................First Meeting Current Streak ............................................................................................First Meeting Football Contact ..........................................................................................Eric Burdick Office Phone ............................................................................................(805) 756-6550 E-Mail............................................................................................eburdick@calpoly.edu Website..................................................................................................www.GoPoly.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(805) 756-2650 Press Box ..................................................................................................(805) 756-6739

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week 10 - november 13

Bryant

Head Coach Marty Fine

at duquesne

Head Coach Jerry Schmitt

Matt Croce - QB

Location ....................................................................................................Smithfield, R.I. President ................................................................................Hon. Ronald K. Machtley Enrollment ................................................................................................................3,268 Founded ......................................................................................................................1863 Nickname ............................................................................................................Bulldogs Colors ..........................................................................................Black, Gold and White Athletics Director..............................................................................................Bill Smith Conference ......................................................................................................Northeast* Stadium..................................................................................Bulldog Stadium (Natural) Stadium Capacity ......................................................................................................3,400 Coach ................................................................................................................Marty Fine Alma Mater ............................................................................Western New Mexico â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;85 Overall Record ....................................................................................68-37 (11th Year) Record at Bryant ....................................................................................39-24 (6th Year) Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers ..................................................Greg Gigantino Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator..................................................Chris Woods Defensive Backs ..........................................................................................Chad Walker Quarterbacks..............................................................................................Mike McCarty Offensive Line ..........................................................................................Joel Rodriguez Tight Ends ................................................................................................John Gendron Outside Linebackers....................................................................................Jay Monteiro Wide Receivers ..........................................................................................Keith Cherney Graduate Assistant ..............................................................................................Ben Fox 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................5-6 Conference Record ........................................................................................4-4/T-5th* Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..............................................................................30/19 Starters Returning/Lost..........................................................................................17/10 Series Record ..........................................................................................Bryant leads 2-0 Current Streak..................................................................................................Bryant W2 Football Contact ........................................................................................Jason Sullivan Office Phone ............................................................................................(401) 232-6072 E-Mail................................................................................................jsulliva@bryant.edu Website ....................................................................................www.bryantbulldogs.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(401) 232-6361 Press Box ..................................................................................................(401) 232-6829 *Bryant currently competes in the Northeast Conference as a NCAA Division IAA (FCS) Independent. Their record counts in the NEC standings; however, they are ineligible for postseason play until 2012.

Nathan Totino - LB

Location ....................................................................................................Pittsburgh, Pa. President ..................................................................................Dr. Charles J. Dougherty Enrollment ..............................................................................................................10,160 Founded ......................................................................................................................1878 Nickname ................................................................................................................Dukes Colors............................................................................................................Red and Blue Athletics Director ......................................................................................Greg Amodio Conference ......................................................................................Northeast (Football) Stadium......................................................Arthur J. Rooney Athletic Field (Sportexe) Stadium Capacity ......................................................................................................2,200 Coach ............................................................................................................Jerry Schmitt Alma Mater..............................................................................................Westminster â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;83 Overall Record..................................................................................54-46-0 (11th Year) Record at Duquesne ..........................................................................26-25-0 (8th Year) Linebackers/Special Teams ......................................................................Michael Craig Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks ................................................Niel Loebig Tight Ends/Receivers ....................................................................................Dave Loya Defensive Backs ..............................................................................Jeremy McCullough Defensive Line ........................................................................................Chris McKillop Defensive Coordinator ................................................................................Dave Opfar Director of Football Operations/Recruiting Coordinator ....................John Rosato Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line ..................................................Mike Silianoff Running Backs..........................................................................................Matt Stansfield Defensive Backs..........................................................................................Mike Toerper 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................3-8 Conference Record ..........................................................................................2-6/T-7th Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................................................................................... Starters Returning/Lost .................................................................................................... Series Record ..................................................................................Duquesne leads 31-6 Current Streak ......................................................................................Saint Francis W1 Football Contact ..............................................................................................Dave Saba Office Phone ............................................................................................(412) 396-5861 E-Mail ........................................................................................................saba@duq.edu Website..........................................................................................www.goduquesne.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(412) 396-6210 Press Box ..................................................................................................(412) 396-5370

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week 11 - november 20

at ccSu

September 4, 2010 Bucknell at Duquesne - Pittsburgh, Pa. - 6 p.m. Albany at Maine - Orono, Maine - TBA Central Connecticut State at New Hampshire - Durham, N.H. - 12 p.m. Fordham at Bryant - Smithfield, R.I. - 3 p.m. Saint Francis at Liberty - Lynchburg, Va. - 7:05 p.m. Monmouth at Colgate - Hamilton, N.Y. - TBA Sacred Heart at Marist - Poughkeepsie, N.Y. - 7 p.m. Robert Morris at Dayton - Dayton, Ohio - 1 p.m. September 11, 2010 Dayton at Duquesne - Pittsburgh, Pa. - 12 p.m. Albany at Stephen F. Austin - Nacogdoches, Texas - 7 p.m. Bentley at Central Connecticut State - New Britain, Conn. - 12 p.m. St. Anselm at Bryant - Smithfield, R.I. - 1 p.m. Saint Francis at Morehead State - Morehead, Ky. - 12 p.m. Maine at Monmouth - West Long Branch, N.J. - TBA Wagner at Assumption - Worcester, Mass. - TBA Robert Morris at Sacred Heart* - Fairfield, Conn. - 12 p.m. September 18, 2010 Duquesne at Delaware - Newark, Del. - 6 p.m. Central Connecticut State at Youngstown State - Youngstown, Ohio - 6 p.m. Merrimack at Bryant - Smithfield, R.I. - 1 p.m. Sacred Heart at Saint Francis* - Loretto, Pa. - 12 p.m. Cornell at Wagner - Staten Island, N.Y. - TBA Liberty at Robert Morris - Moon Township, Pa. - 12 p.m. September 25, 2010 Albany at Duquesne* - Pittsburgh, Pa. - 12 p.m. Bryant at Central Connecticut State* - New Britain, Conn. - 12 p.m. Old Dominion at Monmouth - West Long Branch, N.J. - TBA Robert Morris at Wagner - Staten Island, N.Y. - TBA Sacred Heart at Dartmouth - Hanover, N.H. - TBA

Head Coach Jeff McInerney

Josue Paul - WR

Location............................................................................................New Britain, Conn.. President ....................................................................................................Dr. Jack Miller Enrollment ................................................................................................................9,620 Founded ......................................................................................................................1849 Nickname ........................................................................................................Blue Devils Colors........................................................................................................Blue and White Athletics Director................................................................................Paul Schlickmann Conference ......................................................................................Northeast (Football) Stadium........................................................................................Arute Field (FieldTurf) Stadium Capacity ......................................................................................................2,500 Coach ........................................................................................................Jeff McInerney Alma Mater ..........................................................................................Slippery Rock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;82 Overall Record ..................................................................................30-15--0 (6th Year) Record at Central Connecticut State ......................................................................same Offensive Coordinator ..................................................................................Rob Likens Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers........................................................Ryan Nielsen Wide Receivers ............................................................................................Charles Eger Running Backs ..................................................................................................Joe Grace Offensive Line ............................................................................................Jacob Rogers Secondary........................................................................................................Rod Boykin Assistant Defensive Line ........................................................................Dave Paganetti 2009 Record ..................................................................................................................9-3 Conference Record................................................................................................7-1/1st Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................................................................................... Starters Returning/Lost .................................................................................................... Series Record ......................................................Central Connecticut State leads 15-2 Current Streak ..................................................................................................CCSU W4 Football Contact ..................................................................................Thomas Pincince Office Phone ............................................................................................(860) 832-3089 E-Mail ..............................................................................................pincincet@ccsu.edu Website......................................................................................www.ccsubluedevils.com Fax ..............................................................................................................(860) 832-3754 Press Box ....................................................................................................................(860)

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october 2, 2010 Monmouth at Duquesne* - Pittsburgh, Pa. - 1 p.m. Albany at Yale - New Haven, Conn. - TBA Central Connecticut State at Sacred Heart* - Fairfield, Conn. - 1 p.m. Bryant at Wagner* - Staten Island, N.Y. - TBA Robert Morris at Saint Francis* - Loretto, Pa. - 1 p.m. october 9, 2010 Duquesne at Central Connecticut State* - New Britain, Conn. - 12 p.m. Saint Francis at Albany* - Albany, N.Y. - 1 p.m. Sacred Heart at Bryant* - Smithfield, R.I. - 1 p.m. Monmouth at Robert Morris - Moon Township, Pa. - TBA Wagner at Georgetown - Washington, D.C. - TBA october 16, 2010 Sacred Heart at Duquesne* - Pittsburgh, Pa. - 12 p.m. Albany at Robert Morris* - Moon Township, Pa. - TBA Bryant at Monmouth* - West Long Branch, N.J. - TBA Wagner at Saint Francis* - Loretto, Pa. - 1 p.m. october 23, 2010 Duquesne at Wagner* - Staten Island, N.Y. - 1 p.m. Central Connecticut State at Albany* - Albany, N.Y. - 4 p.m. Saint Francis at Monmouth* - West Long Branch, N.J. - 1 p.m. Georgetown at Sacred Heart - Fairfield, Conn. - 1 p.m. october 30, 2010 Duquesne at Robert Morris* - Moon Township, Pa. - 12 p.m. Albany at Bryant* - Smithfield, R.I. - 1 p.m. Wagner at Central Connecticut State* - New Britain, Conn. - 12 p.m. Bryant at Albany* - Albany, N.Y. - 1 p.m. Saint Francis at Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo, Calif. - 9:05 p.m. ET Sacred Heart at Monmouth* - West Long Branch, N.J. - TBA november 6, 2010 Albany at Sacred Heart - Fairfield, Conn. - 1 p.m. Central Connecticut State at Robert Morris* - Moon Township, Pa. - 12 p.m. Bryant at Saint Francis* - Loretto, Pa. - 12 p.m. Monmouth at Wagner* - Staten Island, N.Y. - TBA november 13, 2010 Duquesne at Saint Francis - Loretto, Pa. - 1 p.m. Wagner at Albany* - Albany, N.Y. - 1 p.m. Central Connecticut State at Monmouth* - West Long Branch, N.J. - TBA Robert Morris at Bryant* - Smithfield, R.I. - 12 p.m. november 20, 2010 Duquesne at Bryant - Smithfield, R.I. - 12 p.m. Monmouth at Albany - Albany, N.Y. - 1 p.m. Saint Francis at Central Connecticut State* - New Britain, Conn. - 12 p.m. Wagner at Sacred Heart* - Fairfield, Conn. - TBA

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The 2009 season saw measures of progress for the Saint Francis football team, as the Red Flash rebounded from a winless 2008 to win a pair of games and improve nearly across the board in key offensive and defensive categories. However, the resignation of head coach Dave Opfar at the end of the season meant changes would be on the way. On December 20, 2009, offensive coordinator Chris Villarrial was promoted to the position of head coach, making him the 25th man to helm the Red Flash. Quarterback The Red Flash faced early upheaval at the quarterback position, as redshirt freshman John Kelly (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora) won the starting job in camp and opened the season as the team’s starting signal caller. With one year of starting experience under his belt, Villarrial thinks that Kelly will continue to grow into the position, becoming more comfortable and likewise more effective. “He’s had a year to mature and get used to calling the plays,” said Villarrial. “I think he’ll be able to step in and show improvement this season.” Also returning to the position is junior Colton Sipe (Hummelstown, Pa./Lower Dauphin) , who was unable to play the position last year due to surgery. Timmy Myers (Ebensburg, Pa./Central Cambria), who started in relief of an ill Kelly against Duquesne, will also look to show that he can be the man for the Red Flash. As far as freshmen go, there are several promising freshmen that look to duke it out for time. Shane Gensiak (Jessup, Pa./Valley View), Zach Glessner (St. Michael, Pa./Forest Hills), and Matt Mazzara (State College, Pa./State College) will all look to make an impact. Running Backs The Red Flash lost some veteran depth with the graduation of senior running back Calvin Williams, but the powerful backfield duo of senior Jude Yearwood (Elkridge, Md./Howard) and sophomore Kyle Harbridge (Easton, Pa./Easton) will look to pick up where they left off at the end of the season. The tandem averaged 175.5 rushing yards per game over the final four contests of the season, with the explosive Harbridge posting 447 total yards and three touchdowns in that span. Against Duquesne on October 24th, both Yearwood and Harbridge eclipsed 150 rushing yards in the Red Flash’s 31-14 win, with SFU posting a school-record 409 rushing yards in the game. “We feel like those two players can contribute even more in 2010,” said Villarrial. “Jude [Yearwood] has had a great offseason, and he’s ready to stand up and be a more vocal leader as a senior. And Kyle [Harbridge] is going to keep growing into a special player.” As is often the case, there is a slew of freshmen depth at tailback; the individual the coaching staff seems most enamored with is Mike Brown (Ambler, Pa/William Penn Charter), a short, shifty back that has a knack for finding a crease. Eugene Ehredt (Altoona, Pa./Bishop Guilfoyle) and Michael Sinosky (Portage, Pa./Portage) are a pair of local products that could push for additional playing time. Returning to the fullback position is Daniel Conley (Burgettstown, Pa./Burgettstown), and the junior will be asked to contribute a little bit of everything to the Red Flash offense in 2010. “We’ll look to him to get some carries, catch some passes, and basically just remain versatile for us,” said Villarrial. “He’s a really strong player, a hard-nosed guy that will get it done whatever way he can.”

role of slot receiver. “He’s a real tough kid that doesn’t mind going over the middle,” said Villarrial. “He’s capable of doing a lot of things for us.” In addition, speedy sophomore Ryan LaDuke (Greensburg, Pa./Greater Latrobe) will look for more balls thrown his way. Freshmen that could contribute relatively quickly include Dane Domonkos (Windber, Pa./Bishop McCort) – “maybe the best athlete in this recruiting class,” said Villarrial – and John Siciliano (Johnstown, Pa./Greater Johnstown). Tight Ends The Red Flash return three players to the tight end position, as senior Ryan Zarnich (Rochester, Pa./Rochester Area) and sophomore Matt Johnson (Palmyra, Pa./Palmyra) both come back in 2010. According to Villarrial, Zarnich has had the best offseason of any player on the team. “Oh yeah, Ryan [Zarnich] has been great so far,” said Villarrial. “He’s been a leader in conditioning, strength, and contribution. He’s ready to realize his full potential.” Johnson joined the Flash as a linebacker but was converted to tight end early in the 2009 season, supplying his first career touchdown catch against Wagner on September 26. New to the mix is freshman Daniel Buzas (Erie, Pa./Erie Cathedral Prep), younger brother of Red Flash junior Chris Buzas (Erie, Pa./Erie Cathedral Prep).

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Offensive Line The Red Flash enter the 2010 season without their anchor on the offensive line with the graduation of two-time All-NEC First-Team performer Cody Kekipi. That said, the other four starters on the line return for the coming season, and it is believed that the increased continuity will benefit the offensive line. From the left side of the line, Nick Peterson (Canyon, Calif./Canyon County) and Chris return for the 2010 season. Buzas was graded as the team’s most consistent lineman in 2010, and Peterson was a force at the left tackle position. This season, though, Peterson will make the move to the center position. The right side of the line will remain pretty close to the 2009 edition, with sophomore Jake Smith (Galena, Ohio/St. Francis DeSales) returning to right guard after starting three of the last four games there in 2009, and Bill Hall (New Salem, Pa./Uniontown Area) returning from a midseason injury to assume his spot at right tackle. New to the line will be William “Chaz” Houston (Easton, Pa./Wyoming Seminary Prep), who figures to be the starting left tackle when the season opens against Liberty on September 4. The coaching staff, though, made recruiting for the trenches a priority, and a number of good, young offensive linemen will look to push the veterans. The early line is that Thurston Kino (Honolulu, Hawaii/Punahou) and Brandon Bunting (Champion, Pa./Mount Pleasant) are considered most ready to contribute.

The receiver position will return all but one significant contributor from 2009, but the one loss is a significant one. Antoine Rivera graduated after the 2009 season and takes with him some of the top receiving marks in Saint Francis football history. Left to fill the void will be senior receiver Omar Winston (Cleveland, Pa./Cleveland South), a Second-Team All-NEC player in 2008 when Rivera went down with injury and second on the team with 34 receptions in 2009, and junior Anthony Howze (Upper Marlboro, Md./Riverdale Baptist), who averaged 9.9 yards per catch in 2009. Said Villarrial of Winston, “He’s had a great offseason, and he’s matured a great deal. He realizes he needs to be one of the guys that steps up and makes plays.” New to the top three will be sophomore Jeff Wasilewski (Ebensburg, Pa./Central Cambria), who played in 10 of 11 games as a freshman and will fill the

Defensive Line The defensive line will have to replace two of its three starters from 2009, as both First-Team All-NEC performer Russel Fisher and nose tackle Zack Adams graduate from the program. The unit is going to be a raw one, as the only returning starter is sophomore defensive end Chris Shepard (Kittanning, Pa./Kittanning), who started 10 of 11 games for the Red Flash in 2009. Competition will be fierce for the remaining two spots, with veterans Patrick Green (Williamsport, Pa./Loyalsock Twp.) and Paul Print (Olmsted Falls, Ohio/North Olmsted) the top in-house options to take over nose tackle and end, respectively. “We feel the depth we’re building on the defensive line will allow us to maintain a high level of play, despite the loss of two starters. Most importantly, everyone is going to get a shot at starting. It will be fun to see how it plays out.”

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sioned as a strong safety/linebacker hybrid because of his strength and speed, and could get on the field early. Special Teams The kicking unit for the Red Flash will see the return of punter Grant Price (Huntertown, Ind./Carroll), who averaged 37.0 yards per punt in 2009 and placed 12 punts inside the 20-yard line as a freshman. At placekicker, newcomer Kevin Wood (Butler, Pa./Knoch) will compete with incumbent Josh Thiel (Leesburg, Va./Heritage) for the starting spot. “Josh [Thiel] obviously did a good job last year, and we’re excited about Kevin [Wood]’s potential,” said Villarrial. Kyle Harbridge will again assume his role as primary kick returner after posting one of the best years in Saint Francis history in 2009. Harbridge posted 636 kick return yards, third-best in school history, and his average of 24.5 yards per return was one of the best in the Northeast Conference and was fourth for a singleseason in SFU history. “He’s got great speed and shiftiness,” said Villarrial. “If he makes one guy miss, he could go all the way.” Omar Winston will replace Antoine Rivera as the team’s primary punt returner. In terms of special teams coverage, positions are still up in the air. Harbridge was the primary gunner on punt coverage in 2009, but his role may be diminished due to his increased role in the offense. According to Villarrial, the level at which people compete on special teams could very well make the difference as to who even makes the team. “You’ve got to be able to play with intensity on special teams,” said Villarrial. “On our roster, the guys that want a ticket on the bus will be the ones who can make it happen on special teams. It’s often overlooked, but it is the third part of the game, and it’s important we get it right.”

Defensive Backs A lot has changed for the Red Flash in the defensive backfield, as three of four starters from 2009 have graduated from the program. The lone returning starter is safety Jordan Harper (McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport), who Villarrial calls a “game-changer.” “He’s very physically gifted, so he can make those athletic plays in coverage,” said Villarrial. “But he’s also a very big, physical playmaker in the run game. He’s a punishing hitter that can swing momentum with one big hit.” There will be a competition for Harper’s partner at safety between two veterans, senior Brent Sanders (Pasadena, Md./Severna Park) and sophomore Michael Durr (Cumberland, Md./Fort Hill). Both will try to prove themselves worthy of filling the free safety spot. It will also take the full offseason to sort out the cornerback position, as both starters from 2009 need to be replaced. Sophomore Brian Lane (Oxon Hill, Md./Oxon Hill will get a crack at one of the two starting spots, as well as juniors T.J. Armstead (Harrisburg, Pa./George Chaump) and Luke McConnell (Westminster, Colo./Bishop Guilfoyle). Several freshmen will also be given the opportunity to contribute to the defensive backfield. In particular, Zak Newton (Cresson, Pa./Penn Cambria) is envi-

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Former National Football League All-Pro Offensive Lineman Chris Villarrial was named the 25th head coach of the Saint Francis University football program on December 20, 2009. After serving one year as the offensive coordinator under predecessor Dave Opfar, Villarrial will continue to bring his years of knowledge and experience to the Red Flash. “It is with great excitement that Saint Francis University welcomes Chris Villarrial as our new head football coach,” Saint Francis Director of Athletics Bob Krimmel said . “His passion, knowledge of the game, vision for the future and commitment to Saint Francis impressed the search committee, and...our players are excited to work with coach Villarrial in his new role as they chart a new and dynamic future for the Red Flash football program.” Villarrial takes charge of a Red Flash football program that finished 2-9 overall and 1-7 in the Northeast Conference. A native of Hershey, Pa., Villarrial spent 11 seasons in the NFL as an offensive lineman with the Chicago Bears (1996-2004) and the Buffalo Bills (2004-06). “I knew from the moment I started here that Saint Francis was a perfect fit for me,” said Villarrial, who is a resident of nearby Ebensburg. “I am looking forward to the opportunity to build a strong football program that will bring national honor and prestige to this university." In his first season in Loretto, Villarrial designed and implemented a successful West Coast Offense that saw the Red Flash improve from 11.4. ppg in 2008 to 15.6 ppg in 2009, against the toughest schedule in school history. Saint Francis also averaged over 100 rushing yards per game (115.9) after averaging just 70.1 rushing yards per game in 2008. Villarrial had two players – senior offensive lineman Cody Kekipi and senior wide receiver Antoine Rivera – named to the all-Northeast Conference first or second team. He also oversaw the development of freshman running back/kick return specialist Kyle Harbridge, who was a finalist for Northeast Conference Offensive Rookie-of-the-Year honors after leading the team in all-purpose yardage (103.9 yards per game), which was good for seventh in the Northeast Conference. Also during his first season in Loretto, Villarrial helped the Red Flash to an improved record after a winless season in 2008, and guided the Red Flash to the second-best single-game rushing total in school history, a 409-yard performance in a victory over in-state Northeast Conference rival Duquesne. Villarrial made an impression on NFL scouts prior by breaking the NFL Combine Bench Press Record, and was then drafted in the fifth round (152nd overall) by current Pittsburgh Panthers head coach Dave Wannstedt in April of 1996. As a member of the Chicago Bears from 1996-2004, Villarrial played six seasons under head coach Dick Jauron, and was a twoyear All-Pro player, a member of the All-Madden Team, and a four-year Pro Bowl alternate. He paved the way for a 1000-yard rusher every season, blocked for Anthony Thomas, who was the NFL Offensive Rookie-of-the-Year in 2001, and was a member of an offensive line that gave up the fewest sacks in the NFL in 2001, when the Bears advanced to the NFC Divisional Playoff Game. He also received the Golden Bear Award, which is given to the rookie who has perfect attendance in the weight room. Villarrial was one of the most sought out free agents in Buffalo Bills history for head coach Mike Mularkey, and continued his streak of 1,000-yard rushers every season with the Bills. He was a member of an offensive line that gave up the fewest sacks in franchise history. Villarrial, who also played two seasons in Buffalo under coach Jauron, finished his NFL career with 148 starts. Following his professional career, Villarrial returned to Ebensburg, where he served two seasons as the offensive coordinator for the Central Cambria High School football team. He led the team to two district title games, and personally helped 13 players continue their playing careers at the collegiate level, while developing and implementing a successful strength and conditioning program.

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villaRial: a tiMeline a looK at chRiS villaRRial’S caReeR in FootBall Indiana Uni ver sity of Penn sylvania ( 1992-96) Villarrial enjoyed a stellar career at IUP, helping the team to some of its best offensive performances in school history. Villarrial paved the way for two of the best offensive seasons in school history, as the Indians’ point totals of 538 (1993) and 462 (1994) ranked second and fourth, respectively, in the school’s football annals. Playing under Frank Cignetti, IUP’s all-time leader in coaching victories, the Indians made one of their two appearances in the Division II championship game in 1993. Villarrial was three times named an All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference selection, and was also a three-time Division II All-American. In 1996, Villarrial was award the Jim Langer Award, given to the best lineman in Division II. Chicago Bears (1996-2004) After impressing NFL scouts by setting an NFL Combine record in the bench press by recording an amazing 39 reps of 225 pounds, Villarrial was taken in the fifth round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears. Playing for accomplished coach Dave Wannstedt, Villarrial anchored an offensive line that allowed three different running backs (James Allen, Raymont Harris, and Anthony Thomas) to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards in a season four times. In 2001, Thomas won the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award for his 1,183 yards and seven rushing touchdowns, and the Bears finished second in the NFC with a 13-3 overall record. The 17 sacks surrendered by the Bears’ offensive line in 2001 was the lowest total in the NFL. Villarrial was twice named an All-Pro with the Bears, proving himself to be one of the game’s most valued leaders. Buffalo Bills (2004-06) Villarrial was signed as a free agent by the Buffalo Bills to help replace vaunted guard Ruben Brown (who, ironically enough, signed with the Chicago Bears) and to bolster an offensive line that finished last in the league in sacks allowed in 2003. The Bills improved to 18th in that statistic in 2004, allowing just 38 sacks. The Bills offense ranked 30th in points in 2003; with Villarrial on the line, that number improved to 7th. The 395 points scored by the Bills that year represented the seventh-best total in franchise history, and the most since the 1992 Bills team that went to the Super Bowl. Additionally, Villarrial helped running back Willis McGahee reach 1,000 rushing yards in three straight seasons. After three years with the Bills, Villarrial retired from professional football having recorded 148 career starts over 11 seasons. Central Cambria H igh School (2007-08) Villarrial may have left professional football, but his passion for the game brought him back. Now living in Ebensburg, Pa., Villarrial became the offensive coordinator for the Central Cambria Red Devils and immediately helped the program improve. In his time as a coach there, Villarrial helped the team to two District VI championship games, and also created a new strength and conditioning program. However, Villarrial’s lasting legacy at Central Cambria will be his assistance in helping 13 of his players play in college, four of whom (Tyler Davidson, Ben Schultz, Timmy Myers, and Jeff Wasilewski) followed him to the Saint Francis Red Flash. Sain t Franc is Uni ver sity ( 2009-Pr esent) In 2009, Villarrial was named the offensive coordinator for the Saint Francis Red Flash. He brought not only his knowledge and experience from his years in football, but also the prestige and esteem that comes from having played at the game’s highest level. Under Villarrial’s tutelage, the Red Flash offense improved in several key categories, including rushing yards, total yards, scoring, and touchdowns. On September 12, 2009, freshman quarterback John Kelly was named the Northeast Conference Offensive Player of the Week for his part in helping the Flash defeat the Morehead State Eagles, the first SFU victory since 2007. Kelly would go on to tie a school record with four touchdown passes against the Wagner Seahawks on September 26, 2009. Three of those touchdowns were thrown to Antoine Rivera, who also tied a school record that day. On October 24, 2009, the Red Flash had perhaps the best rushing day in school history, rushing for 409 yards against the Duquesne Dukes. The 409 yards represented the most ever against a Division I opponent, and was the first time that two SFU backs (Jude Yearwood and Kyle Harbridge) each recorded over 100 rushing yards since 2004. Yearwood earned NEC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance. At the conclusion of the season, offensive center Cody Kekipi and wide receiver Antoine Rivera were named to the All-NEC First- and Second-Team, respectively.

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A.J. Anderson returns for his eighth season as a member of the Red Flash coaching staff. The most tenured member of the staff, Anderson will serve as the team’s associate head coach. He will also act as the team’s director of football operations. Anderson oversaw an improved defensive line in 2009, with the highlight being the monster season of defensive lineman Russel Fisher. Fisher was named to the First-Team All-Northeast Conference defense and was a nominee for Northeast Conference Defensive Player of the Year. Fisher accumulated a career-high 54 tackles in 2009, good for fourth on the team, and finished second in sacks with five and tackles for loss with 10.5. True freshman Christopher Shepard (younger brother of linebacker Ryan Shepard) won a starting job in camp and started all 11 games for the Red Flash, totaling 18 tackles, one sack, and one fumble recovery, and classmate Lindsey Jackson became a key member of the rotation by recording three sacks.

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Prior to working with the defensive line, Anderson headed the linebackers, who had a breakout season in 2006. Fehi Sevelo was second on the team and 19th in the NEC with 66 tackles, and led the team in sacks with five. Louis Beninato recorded 38 tackles and three sacks, and Marcus Hutton added 37 stops and four tackles for loss. In Anderson’s first season as defensive line coach, he coached Sevelo as he made the move to the line, helping Sevelo finish with 44 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, and four sacks. In 2005, Anderson also assisted with the team’s running backs, overseeing Todd Harris’s run to the record books. Harris was named 2005 First-Team All-NEC and set the school’s career rushing record with 3,414 yards. Anderson is a 1999 graduate of Lock Haven University, where he was also a four-year starter in football. Before coming to Saint Francis, Anderson served as recruiting coordinator and running backs coach at Albright College.

Ralph Clark begins his first season as the defensive coordinator for the Red Flash football team after a successful two-year stint as the inside linebackers coach at Northeastern. Clark’s years of experience coaching at various levels will be paramount in attempting to improve a defense that ranked sixth in scoring defense and fourth in total defense in 2009. In 2008, Clark was in charge of a very talented group of defenders at Northeastern that included All-New England and third-team AllCAA Football selection Phil Higgins. Higgins made a conference-leading 122 tackles, which was fifth-best all-time in NU single-season history. Clark went to Northeastern after a two-year stint at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, located in Terre Haute, Ind. Clark was the defensive coordinator and secondary coach for the Engineers. He also served as the team’s strength and conditioning coordinator and academic coordinator. With Rose-Hulman, Clark headed a defensive unit that finished third in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) in total defense and second in rushing defense in 2007. His team also finished second in rushing defense in 2006, holding opponents to just 91.3 rushing yards a game. With Clark, the team achieved back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since the 1994-95 seasons.

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At Rose-Hulman, Clark coached Paul Spreen, the 2007 HCAC Defensive Player of the Year and a First-Team All-American, and Spreen and Alex Dimoff were both named First-Team All-HCAC that year. Also in 2007, Bill Guiney was named an ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American. All told, Clark coached five First-Team All-HCAC players, two Academic All-Americans, and one player (defensive lineman Ryan Helmrich) as an All-American honorable mention.

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Clark also spent two seasons at Georgetown where he served as the secondary coach in 2004 and the outside linebackers coach in 2005. With the Hoyas, Clark was part of a coaching staff that had the top defense in the Patriot League and was fourth in the nation in passing defense in 2004.

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Clark also has head coaching experience, serving as the leader of Maret High School in Washington, DC, from 2002-03. He has also assisted at St. John’s College High School and James Madison High School.

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Clark was a four-year letterman at Robert Morris, where he is sixth all-time in school history in rushing yards with 1,362. He is also seventh all-time in rushing touchdowns with 12. Clark graduated from Robert Morris in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in Communications Management. He is a member of the American Football Coaches Association and participated in the 2007 NCAA Men’s Football Coaches Academy. Ralph DelSardo returns for his fourth consecutive season and fifth overall as a member of the Red Flash coaching staff, but his first as the team’s offensive coordinator. After spending one season at his alma mater, Morehead State, DelSardo spent the last three seasons as the quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator for the Red Flash. Under DelSardo in 2009, redshirt freshman quarterback John Kelly ranked fourth in the Northeast Conference with an average of 135.7 passing yards per game, and was named the NEC Offensive Player of the Week, as well as the NEC Rookie of the Week, for leading the Red Flash to a win over Morehead State on Sept. 12. On Sept. 26, Kelly tied a school record when he threw four touchdown passes in a 56-48 triple-overtime loss to Wagner. In that same game, receiver Antoine Rivera also set a school record by recording three of those touchdowns. DelSardo oversaw the development of Rivera as he became one of the most dominant receivers not just in Saint Francis history but in the history of the conference as well. Rivera finished his career with 156 catches for 2,441 yards, which rank third and second, respectively, in the school record books. Rivera ranks fifth in NEC history in receiving yards, and his 156 career catches puts him ahead of current Dallas Cowboys star Miles Austin (Monmouth) on the conference’s career list. Rivera recorded 20 career touchdown catches, which ranks third in school history, and was twice named to All-NEC teams.

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In 2007, quarterback George Little started all 10 games for the Red Flash and recorded 1,928 passing yards and 16 touchdowns, third-most for a single season in school history. Little led the Northeast Conference with 193.6 total offensive yards per game, and his average of 192.8 passing yards per game ranked second in the conference. DelSardo spent the 2005 season as a graduate assistant at Saint Francis under former head coach Dave Opfar before spending the 2006 season as an assistant at Morehead State. A 2004 graduate of Morehead State, DelSardo earned his bachelor’s degree in Marketing. He lettered four seasons for the Eagles, earning First-Team All-Conference honors in 2003 and was named a Division I-AA All-America honorable mention that same season. DelSardo received his masters in Education at Saint Francis in 2009. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., DelSardo and his wife Shannon currently reside in Ebensburg.

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In the spring of 2008, Charbonneau was one of seven guest coaches invited to assist the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ coaching staff during the Canadian Football League club’s training camp. He worked specifically with offensive line coach Bob Wylie whom he had previously worked with as a training camp guest coach with the CFL’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Before his stint at UND, Charbonneau served as the head football coach of the Manitoba provincial champions, St-James Rods, in 2005. Prior to that, Charbonneau spent three years as the offensive line coach at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick. An Ottawa, Ontario, native, Charbonneau received his bachelor’s degree from Mount Allison, where he was an offensive lineman for the Mounties. His wife, Lindsay Ross-Stewart, is a professor of Psychology at Saint Francis and works as a sports psychologist. They reside in

Jake Nulph comes to Saint Francis after spending the previous season as the defensive backs coach at Allegheny College, a position he will also hold at Saint Francis. Nulph will also act as the Red Flash’s special teams coordinator. Under Nulph in 2009, Allegheny’s defense helped turn around a 5-5 team in 2008 to an 8-2 season in 2009. The Gators forced 20 turnovers in 2009 and recorded 29 sacks, averaging nearly three a game. Before his stint in Allegheny, Nulph spent four years coaching his alma mater, Robert Morris. He began his career there in 2005, coaching the team’s running backs for two seasons. In 2007 Nulph took over the team’s quarterbacks, and in 2008 he moved to the other side of the ball when he took over the Colonials’ safeties. Nulph tutored safety Mike Landers, a First-Team All-Northeast Conference performer who ranked second in the NEC in interceptions (five) and added 74 tackles. Landers also recovered three fumbles and broke up 10 passes that

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season. Prior to joining the RMU coaching staff, Nulph spent three seasons with the Colonials, two as a defensive back and one at quarterback, after transferring from Grove City College. A two-year letterwinner with the Colonials, Nulph was a special teams captain in 2004. Nulph graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Robert Morris in 2005, and received his masters in Communication and Information Systems from Robert Morris in 2007. Nulph resides in Apollo, Pa. with his wife Angela. Joe Shook enters his second season as the kickers coach for the Red Flash, and will continue to mentor a young kickers unit that featured two freshmen and a sophomore last season. Under Shook, freshman placekicker Josh Thiel tied a school recorded when he booted a 45-yard field goal against the Wagner Seahawks on Sept. 26. In that same game, Thiel kicked a tying field goal in the waning seconds to send the game to overtime. Also under Shook, freshman punter Grant Price ranked fourth in the Northeast Conference with an average of 37.0 yards per punt and a long of 54 yards. Before coming to Saint Francis, Shook served as the special teams coach at Bishop Carroll H.S. in Ebensburg. From 2005-09, he assisted with the kickers and punters.

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Joe Thomas is in his third season as an assistant coach with the Red Flash, but is entering his first full season as the tight ends coach after spending the beginning his tenure as the running backs coach. Thomas is the only player-turned-coach on the Red Flash staff, as Thomas was a four-year letter-winner for the Red Flash as a tight end and fullback. In 2008, Thomas became a member of the coaching staff and took over the running backs. In Thomas’s first full season as running backs coach, running back Calvin Williams ranked ninth in the Northeast Conference with 1,007 all-purpose yards. Williams and Jude Yearwood led the team with 355 and 350 rushing yards, respectively. While a student-athlete at Saint Francis, Thomas was a staple in the Red Flash offenses that set single-season school records for most passing

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yards and total offense in 2004 and 2005. A native of Myerstown, Pa., Thomas received his bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Criminal Justice in 2006. He is currently an Adult Probation/Parole Officer for the Blair County Adult Probation Department.

Chuck Terek is in his second season as an assistant coach with the Saint Francis Red Flash. After spending his first season with the linebackers, Terek will take over the offensive tackles in 2010, and will also serve as an assistant tight ends coach. Terek’s assistance with the linebackers in 2009 helped make Saint Francis history. Linebackers Scott Lewis and Matthew Parker each recorded over 100 tackles for the second consecutive season, with Lewis’s season being the third such time he broke the century mark. On Nov. 21, Lewis became the Red Flash’s all-time leader in tackles against Central Connecticut State, and sits poised to become the Northeast Conference’s career tackles leader in 2010. Before joining the Red Flash, Terek worked as a PIAA football official for 25 years. He also worked as HSBC in Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Terek played college football at Lock Haven University, and was a member of their Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) championship team in 1979.

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Brian Wright is entering his second season as an assistant coach with the Red Flash, where he will continue to work with the receiver corps of the Flash. Under Wright, senior receiver Antoine Rivera recovered from a serious knee injury to end up a Second-Team All-Northeast Conference performer. Rivera finished the season with 53 catches for 689 yards and four touchdowns. Rivera’s 4.82 receptions per game ranked tied for third in the conference, his 62.6 yards per game fourth, and his four touchdowns sixth. Before coming to Saint Francis, Wright was active in coaching both Greater Johnstown and Central Cambria High Schools, working with quarterbacks and wide receivers. In 2007 and 2008, Wright helped the Red Devils reach the District 6 championship game. Wright also helped the Red Devils win a pair of District 6 championships with the Red Devils in 1995 and 1996.

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In 2002, Wright guided the Greater Johnstown Trojans to the District 6 championship game. The Trojans went on to win the title in 2003 and compete in the state quarterfinals. Prior to his coaching career, Wright was a four-year letterwinner at Towson University as a wide receiver. He is employed at FCI Loretto.

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Scott lewiS

LB 4 5-11 4 205 4 Senior South Fork, Pa./Bishop McCort

WR 4 6-1 4 190 4 Senior

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AVG/GM 7.9 4.6

JUNIOR (2009): Appeared in seven games for the Red Flash in 2009. SOPHOMORE (2008): Saw action in ten games in 2008...Caught 44 passes for an average of 4.4 yards… caught two passes for a career-high 37 yards against Monmouth (10/4), including a career-long 35-yard reception… recorded two tackles in 2008, one apiece against Duquesne (9/20) and Sacred Heart (10/11). Spent 2 seasons at Dean Junior College in Massachusetts…. A business management major. High School : Played for the Patriots of Old Mill Senior High School … Head coach was Mike Marcus… Also competed in indoor track.

G 10 11 11 21

TK 126 142 118 386

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TFL 10.0 23.0 9.0-21 37.5

SK 3 5 4 12

PD 3 4 9

FF 1 1 2

FR 1 2 3

INT 2 2

JUNIOR (2009): The iron man of the Red Flash defense, Lewis broke the school’s career tackles record in the season finale against CCSU (11/21), finishing the season with 386 career tackles – and one more season to play… started all 11 games for the Red Flash, playing every game of the season for the third consecutive season; Lewis has played in every game since stepping on campus in 2007… earned his third straight All-NEC performance when he was named to the All-NEC Second-Team Defense in 2009… finished the season ranked first in active FCS players in tackles per game (12.1) and second in career total tackles with 386… continued to bear down on Kayode Mayowu’s career total tackles record for the NEC (447)… led the NEC in tackles for the third straight season, finishing with 118 total tackles… only player in the modern history of SFU football to lead the team in tackles in three consecutive seasons… recorded double-digit tackles in seven of 11 games in 2009… set a season-high with 19 tackles against Albany (10/3)… also recorded two sacks in that game against Albany (10/3)… set a season-high 2.5 tackles for loss against CCSU, in addition to his 14 tackles (11/21)… finished with 9.0 tackles for loss for a total of 21 yards… finished the season with four sacks. SOPHOMORE (2008): Led the St. Francis defense at linebacker…Recorded a conference and team high 142 tackles, marking a new NEC and program record…named to the AllNEC Second Team defense... Lewis had 18.5 tackles for a loss for a total of 71 yards...Five sacks for 37 yards…two interceptions returned for 20 yards…two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble…had a career high 23 tackles vs. Wagner (10/18/08)…performance against Wagner tied the national single-game high for the season and earned him NEC Defensive Player-of-the-Week honors... recorded three tackles for a loss on two occasions…credited with two QB hurries... returned an interception for 15 yards at Albany (10/25/08)... made 16 stops at CCSU (11/8/08) with four TFL for a total of seven yards... had 12 solo stops at Monmouth (10/4/08)... had three TFL for 19 yards, including two sacks for a loss of 18 yards versus NEC rival Robert Morris (11/15/08)... recorded at least one TFL in every game... had a sack for a loss of 10 yards in the season opener vs. VMI (9/6/08)... was in the double-digits in tackles for nine of the 11 games... finished the season ranked second in the nation in tackles... also ranked ninth in tackles for loss with 18.5... led the Northeast Conference in both categories.... played the first part of the season with a hand injury. FRESHMAN (2007): Had one of the best freshman campaigns in SFU and NEC history… named to several postseason teams… named Preseason All-NEC linebacker in 2008… honored as only freshman on 2007 Sports Network Mid-Major & Independent All-America First Team Defense… named ECAC Rookie-of-the-Year and NEC Defensive Rookie-of-theYear… became first conference player since 2004 to be named to the all-NEC First Team Defense as a freshman… led NEC and ranked fourth in NCAA FCS with 12.6 tackles per game… tied for sixth in NEC with 1.00 TFL per game… two-time recipient of the NEC Rookie-of-the-Week award (10/15/07 and 11/12/07)… smothered 126 opponents in 2007, finishing fifth for a single-season all-time at SFU for tackles… recorded double-digit tackles in 8 of 10 games… also tallied 10 tackles-for-loss, 3 sacks, 3 pass breakups, 2 QB hurries, a fumble recovery and a forced fumble… had 8 tackles, including 3 solo, and a QB hurry in collegiate debut against Morehead State (9/8/07)… had 10 tackles, 7 solo, and 2 sacks at Robert Morris (9/15/07)… set season-high with 18 tackles, 5 solo, 1.5 TFL, a forced fumble and a QB hurry against CCSU (10/6/07)… tied season high with 18 tackles, 8 solo tackles, and 2.5 TFL against Albany (10/20/07)… had 14 tackles, 9 solo, 0.5 TFL, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup in win at Wagner (11/10/07)… Northeast Conference Academic Honor Roll… spring 2008 SFU Dean’s List… fall 2007 and spring 2008 SFU Academic Honor Roll… History / Secondary Education major. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at nearby Bishop McCort H.S., where he was the 2006 Johnstown Tribune-Democrat’s Defensive Player-of-the-Year under head coach Kenneth Salem… made the Tribune-Democrat’s first and second teams in 2005 and 2004, respectively… SAFCA Defensive MVP in 2005… 2006 Laurel Highlands All-Star… all-time tackles leader at Bishop McCort, and fourth all-time with 2,310 rushing yards… Lewis’ uncles Michael Terek (1953) and David Chaney (1970) graduated from Saint Francis.

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nicholas peteRSon

OL 4 6-2 4 275 4 Senior

LB 4 6-1 4 210 4 Senior Darlington, Pa./Blackhawk Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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JUNIOR (2009): The left tackle for the Red Flash, Peterson started all 11 games on the offensive line for the second consecutive season… key component of an offense that rushed for nearly 500 more yards than the previous year and added an average of roughly four points per game as well. SOPHOMORE (2008): An integral part of the Red Flash offense... started all 11 games at left tackle... contributed to an offensive line that allowed George Little to pass for 1,734 yards... helped the Red Flash put up the fourth best passing offense in the NEC. FRESHMAN (2007): Played in nine games on the offensive line as a freshman, winning a starting job by mid-season… enters 2008 as a favorite to win starting spot at left tackle… helped pave the way for an offense that racked up 3,203 yards of total offense, the fifth-best output for a single-season in program history… Management major. HIGH SCHOOL: Played under head coach Harry Welch at Canyon High School, where he was all-league and all-CIF in 2005 and 2006, and all-state in 2006… set the school’s power clean record at 325 pounds… helped Canyon to a combined record of 15-3 during junior and senior seasons… 2006 California state champions.

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JUNIOR (2009): Parker stepped into the limelight in 2009 and became one of the most feared defenders in the Northeast Conference in 2009… named to the All-NEC Second-Team Defense for the second consecutive season… started 10 of 11 games for the Red Flash, missing just the first game of his career due to illness… finished the season with 308 career tackles, and will challenge for second place on the career list in 2010… recorded his second straight season of 100+ tackles, finishing third in the NEC in tackles per game (10.3) and total tackles (103)…blew away the NEC field in tackles for loss, finishing first in the conference with 16.0 for a total of 49 yards lost… led the Red Flash and finished second in the NEC with seven total sacks in 2009… recorded a season-high 17 tackles in the season opener against New Hampshire (9/5)… recorded two sacks against Morehead State (9/12)… tied the Red Flash season-high with 4.0 tackles for loss against Sacred Heart (10/10)… forced and recovered a fumble against Morehead State (9/12)… stepped in to punt in the season opener at New Hampshire, kicking seven times for 214 yards, an average of 30.6 yards per kick… recorded double-digit tackles in four games in 2009. SOPHOMORE (2008): Had a break out season in 2008... was an anchor for the Flash defense in 2008 and earned a spot on the NEC’s All-Conference Second Team…started all 11 games as a sophomore…recorded 122 total tackles, 43 of which were solo... finished the year ranked ninth in the nation for total tackles... Parker and Lewis became the first duo of Red Flash linebackers to top the century mark since 2000…had 10 tackles for a loss for seven yards… one sack for six yards and five QB hurries… one interception returned for 13 yards at Monmouth (10/4/08).. also recovered a fumble against the Hawks… forced two fumbles… had a career high 19 tackles at Bryant (11/22/08))... made eight solo stops at Monmouth (10/4/08)... hurried the quarterback three times against Marist (9/13/08)... forced a fumble at both Morehead State (9/27/08) and Bryant (11/22/08)... made 14 stops against both Marist (9/13/08) and Sacred Heart (10/11/08).... finished the season ranked fourth in the NEC in tackles. FRESHMAN (2007): Parker had a sensational freshman season, finishing second on the team with 83 tackles… led squad with 3 interceptions, including a 61-yard pick for a touchdown, which is the longest interception return for a TD in school history… also had 31 solo tackles, 7.0 TFL of 26 yards, 2 sacks, a pass breakup and a fumble recovery… his 88 interception return yards for the season broke SFU’s single-season record… ranked eighth in NEC with 8.3 tackles per game… NEC Defensive Player-of-the-Week and NEC Rookie-of-the-Week (10/29/07)… tied for second in NEC with 3 interceptions as a freshman… made 8 stops, 2 TFL, and 2 sacks in collegiate debut against Morehead State (9/8/2007)… had 10 tackles at Liberty (9/29/07)… added 10 tackles, including 1 TFL, vs. CCSU (10/6/07)… had 6 tackles and first career interception against Duquesne (10/13/07)… had 7 tackles, 0.5 TFL, and 2 interceptions in win at Sacred Heart (10/27/07)… posted season/career high 15 tackles, including 7 solo, against Monmouth (11/3/07)… spring 2008 SFU Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Joe Hamilton at Blackhawk H.S., where he helped guide the Cougars to an 11-2 record in 2006… was first team all-conference and second-team all-state as a senior… member of the WPIAL Fab 22 squad… led Blackhawk in tackles and rushing yards as a senior… honor roll student... will serve as a Student-Athlete Mentor in 2008-09… Exploratory major.

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DB 4 5-8 4 180 4 Senior Pasadena, Md./Severna Park Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

G 7 10 10 27

TK 5 34 14 53

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TFL 2 1.0

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PD 5 1 6

FF -

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JUNIOR (2009): Appeared in 10 of 11 games in 2009, his junior season… recorded 14 tackles – seven solo, seven assisted – in 2010… tied a season-high with four tackles each against Albany (10/3) and Monmouth (11/7)… recorded three solo tackles against Bryant (11/14). SOPHOMORE (2008): Played in 10 games as a defensive back…Made 34 total tackles... made two tackles for loss... broke up five passes... had a season-high 10 stops against Wagner (10/18/08)... also had a tackle for a loss of two yards versus the Seahawks... made five tackles at both Sacred Heart (10/11/08) and Albany (10/25/08). FRESHMAN (2007): Had 5 tackles and 1 interception in seven games as a true freshman… smother 2 opponents in contest vs. Albany (10/20/07)… returned a blocked kick 13 yards for a TD in win at Sacred Heart (10/27/07)… had first career interception in season-ending win at La Salle (11/17/07)… served as a Student-Athlete Mentor in 2008-09… Marketing major. HIGH SCHOOL: Was all-state honorable mention, all-Metro second team and allCounty first team as a senior at Severna Park Senior H.S., where he played under head coach J.P. Hines… led the Falcons to a 9-3 record and the 2006 county championship… was named Homecoming King.

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WR 4 6-0 4 200 4 Senior

LB 4 6- 4 220 4 Senior Kittanning, Pa./Kittanning Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

G 7 10 11 28

TK 8 18 38 64

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TFL 1 7.5 15 23.5

SK 3 3 6

PD 1 3 4

FF 1 1

omar winSton

Cleveland, Ohio/Cleveland South FR 1 1

INT 1 1

JUNIOR (2009): Run-stuffing inside linebacker played in 10 games for the Red Flash, finishing third on the team with 57 tackles… recorded 5.5 tackles for loss for a total of 16 yards lost… finished the season with two sacks, one each against Northern Iowa (9/19) and Wagner (9/26)… tied his season-high with 10 tackles against Northern Iowa (9/19) and Albany (10/3)… recorded 1.5 tackles for loss against New Hampshire in the season opener (9/5)… recorded two quarterback hurries in 2009. SOPHOMORE (2008): Played with the defense at linebacker…appeared 10 games for the Red Flash…recorded a total of 80 tackles, finishing third on the team…made 4.5 tackles for a loss of 14 yards…had one sack for a loss of six yards…recovered two fumbles…had career/season high three tackles for a loss against Marist (9/13)...one of his TFL was a sack for a loss of six yards... made a season-high 12 stops versus Bryant (11/22/09)... credited with 10 tackles against both Sacred Heart (10/11/08) and Robert Morris (11/25/08)... had one quarterback hurry against Wagner (10/18/08)... recovered fumbles at Wagner (10/18/08) and Bryant (11/22/08)... made eight solo stops at Monmouth (10/4/08)... missed the game at Albany (10/2/08) due to injury... will be joined on the Red Flash defense by younger brother Christopher in 2009. FRESHMAN (2007): Ranked 17th in NEC with 5.7 tackles per game… NEC Rookie-ofthe-Week (10/1/07)… was third on the team with 57 tackles, and added 7.0 TFL, 3 sacks, 1 pass break-up and 2 QB hurries as a freshman… had 6 tackles, 0.5 TFL and a sack in collegiate debut vs. Morehead State (9/8/07)… had 7 tackles, 1.5 TFL and a sack at Robert Morris (9/15/07)… recorded season/career high with 14 tackles and 2 TFL at Liberty (9/29/07)… History / Secondary Education major. HIGH SCHOOL: Was first team all-AIC linebacker and running back as a junior and senior at Kittanning, where he played under head coach Sam Panchik… named MVP Defensive Player in AIC as a senior… led Kittanning to 8-1 record in final season… was a two-time team captain and led team in tackles three times.

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REC 20 55 34 109

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YDS 305 554 225 1084

AVG 15.2 10.1 6.6 9.9

TD 3 2 5

LONG 44 43 23 44

AVG/GM 33.9 50.4 20.5 35.0

JUNIOR (2009): The junior receiver from Cleveland followed up his All-NEC campaign in 2008 with another strong showing, finishing with 34 catches in 2009… played in all 11 games for the Red Flash in 2010, often acting as the primary option in the slot… recorded his 1000th career receiving yard in his season-best performance against Albany, finishing with seven catches for 67 yards (10/3)… recorded his 100th career catch against Sacred Heart (10/10)… recorded a season-high 26 rushing yards against Duquesne, part of the record-setting rushing day for the Flash (10/24)…returned one punt for 16 yards against Robert Morris (10/17). SOPHOMORE (2008): Showed offensive versatility in 2008…named to the NEC All-Conference Second Team... Played in all 11 games…Completed 56 receptions for 589 yards… those 56 receptions rank seventh for a single-season in SFU history… recorded a touchdown at Morehead State (9/27/08) and Wagner (10/18/08)…season high 10 catches for 97 yards at CCSU (11/8/08)... Longest catch was 43 yards at Morehead State (9/27/08)... As a punt returner, Winston returned 11 punts for 93 yards…Averaged 8.5 yards/return…Longest return was 34 yards…Returned 23 kicks for a total of 410 yards…Averaged 17.8 yards/return…Had a career/season high in receptions and yards against CCSU with 10 and 97, respectively (11/8/08)… finished the season with 1,151 all-purpose yards, the fifth-highest total for a single season in SFU history… FRESHMAN (2007): Made an immediate impact as a freshman by finishing second on the team with 20 receptions and 305 receiving yards… was third on the team with 3 TD receptions… tied for second in NEC with 2 fumbles recovered… first career catch went for 31 yards and a touchdown at Robert Morris (9/15/07)… had season/career high 4 catches for 32 yards vs. CCSU (10/6/07)… caught 2 balls for 31 yards and a touchdown vs. Duquesne (10/13/07)… had 2 receptions for 53 yards vs. Monmouth (11/3/07)… caught 2 passes for a season/career high 81 yards and a TD in season-ending win at La Salle (11/17/07)… Business Administration major. HIGH SCHOOL: Played his high school ball at Cleveland South, where he was all-Senate Conference First Team, all-district first team and all-Ohio honorable mention under head coach Jarvis Gibson... was a slot receiver and safety... had over 500 receiving yards and 13 TD receptions to go with 8 interceptions on defense... attended Cleveland Browns high school combine between junior and senior season... the fastest player on his team, Winston was a McDonald’s McScholar and a Romeo Crennel Scholar-Athlete.

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Rochester, Pa./Rochester Area

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TD 4 4

LONG 73 20 65 73

AVG/G 16.7 32.3 47.1 32.0

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JUNIOR (2009): Yearwood posted the best season of his career, recording 133 carries for 518 rushing yards and five total touchdowns in 2009… Appeared in all 11 games as a junior, with double-digit touches in eight of those contests… improved his yards per game average from 32.9 in 2008 to 47.0 in 2009… scored his first career touchdown against Morehead State on an 18-yard reception (9/12)… scored his first career rushing touchdown against Wagner on a two-yard run (9/26)… had first career multi-score game against Wagner, recording two touchdowns (9/26)… recorded his second career 100-yard game against Wagner, rushing for 118 yards (9/26)… recorded a career-high 167 rushing yards against Duquesne on just 23 carries for an average of 7.3 yards per carry, in addition to one rushing touchdown (10/24)… those 167 yards marked the season-high for the Red Flash, and included a career-long 65yard run for Yearwood (10/26)… against Duquesne, teamed with Kyle Harbridge to become the first Red Flash tandem since Todd Harris and Rickey Taylor in 2004 to each record 100+ rushing yards; both backs exceeded 150 rushing yards (10/26)… recorded his 1000th career rushing yard. SOPHOMORE (2008): A strong running back for the Flash in 2008…Appeared in all 11 games…In 111 attempts, Yearwood gained 386 yards, with a net gain of 350…Averaged 32.3 yards/game rushing…Had 10 receptions for 74 yards…Averaged 7.4 yards a game receiving…Had career/season highs in rushing attempts and yards against Robert Morris with 27 and 106 yards, respectively (11/15). FRESHMAN (2007): After redshirting in 2006, Yearwood made an immediate impact during freshman season… expected to be one of SFU’s top returners on special teams as well as an impact running back in 2008… ranked second in the NEC with 472 kick return yards and a 20.5-yard kick return average… ran for 150 yards on 22 carries (6.8 average) in final three games of season… returned 6 kicks for 106 yards at Liberty (9/29/07)… returned 5 kicks for season/career high 127 yards, including a season/career long of 30 yards, vs. CCSU (10/6/07)… carried the ball 5 times for a career-high 88 yards, including a run of 73 yards, and returned 3 kicks for 70 yards at Wagner (11/10/07)… carried the ball a season/career high 10 times for 30 yards at La Salle (11/17/07)… Marketing major.

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Harrisburg, Pa./George Chaump G 5 7 12

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REC 7 16 6 29

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AVG 12.9 15.1 11.5 13.3

TD 4 3 7

LONG 22 31 21 31

AVG/GM 11.2 8.2 6.3 13.3

JUNIOR (2009): Junior concluded his 2009 season as the Red Flash’s active returning touchdown leader with seven scores in his career… started all 11 games for the Red Flash for the second straight season and has become an iron man for the offense… caught six passes for 69 yards in 2009… caught a season-long 21-yard pass against Albany (10/3)… caught two passes against Northern Iowa (9/19). SOPHOMORE (2008): Played in all 11 games in his sophomore campaign…Had 16 receptions for 241 yards…Averaged 15.1 yards/completion…Tallied 3 touchdowns…Averaged 21.9 yards/game. Had a career/season high 4 receptions for 73 yards against Sacred Heart (10/11)…Longest career/season reception of 31 yards also came against Sacred Heart FRESHMAN (2007): Played in eight games as a freshman, securing a starting spot at tight end… had 7 receptions for 90 yards, 4 of which made it to the end zone… finished second on the team with 4 TD receptions… first career catch was a 3-yard TD grab against CCSU (10/6/07)… had 3 receptions for 42 yards and a TD in contest vs. Albany (10/20/07)… had a TD catch in win at Sacred Heart (10/27/07)… had 14-yard TD reception in win at Wagner (11/10/07)… Elementary / Special Education major. HIGH SCHOOL: Under the guidance of head coach Gene Matsook, Zarnich helped lead Rochester Area to a 45-9 four-year record… guided the Rams to the 2004 WPIAL title, and a PIAA runner-up finish… also led Rochester Area to 2005 and 2006 WPIAL runner-up finishes… was second team all-state linebacker, first team all-conference tight end and linebacker as a senior… earned second team tight end and honorable mention linebacker honors as a junior… was honorable mention all-conference tight end as a sophomore… had 14 receptions for 211 yards and 5 TDs as a senior, as well as 220 tackles, 3 interceptions, 2.5 sacks and 2 defensive TDs… member of the honor roll.

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Ryan ZaRnich

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RB 4 6-0 4 220 4 Senior Elkridge, Md./Howard YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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SOPHOMORE (2009): Made contributions on special teams, as well as in extra defensive backs packages, in 2009… recorded a career-high 11 tackles in 2009… recorded his first career tackle for a loss against Monmouth (11/7)… recorded a career-high four solo tackles against Bryant (11/14)… returned one kick for 26 yards in 2009, in the season finale against CCSU (11/21). FRESHMAN (2008): Made appearances on special teams, recording one tackle in 2008…played in five games in 2008. HIGH SCHOOL: Led the Harrisburg Cougars to Conference and District Championships…Lettered in both track and football…Earned State Championship honors in the Pica 2008 4x1000…Psychology major

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SOPHOMORE (2009): Started 10 of 11 games for the Red Flash at the left guard position, and was graded as the team’s most consistent offensive lineman by the coaching staff… part of the Red Flash’s record-setting rushing day against Duquesne, when the team rushed for 409 yards, the highest total ever against a Division I opponent (10/24) FRESHMAN (2008): Became a solid player on the Flash's offensive line, starting all 11 games for the Red Flash in 2008… RED SHIRT (2007) Used his redshirt season in 2007 … Named to the NEC Academic Honor Roll … Academic interest is Biology. HIGH SCHOOL : Played center, guard and defensive tackle for the Cathedral Prep Ramblers… Led the team to the Region 6 and District 10 Championships … Named to the First Team All-Region Offense in 2005 and 2006, First Team All-Region Defense (2006), First Team All-District 10 Offense, AP Second Team All-State Offensive Line and PFN Second Team All-State Offensive Line… Member of the National Honor Society.

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AVG 5.6 3.5 4.2

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LG 34 34

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SOPHOMORE (2009): Recovered from what some considered a career-ending injury in 2008 to start all 11 games for the Red Flash in 2009… set new careerhighs across the board in offensive stats… carried 26 times for 91 yards in 2009… scored his first career touchdown against Monmouth (11/7)… caught seven passes for 45 yards in 2008… tied a season-high with two receptions each against Duquesne (10/24) and CCSU (11/21)… had a season-high 16 receiving yards against CCSU (11/21). FRESHMAN (2008): Played in four games prior to suffering a season ending injury...The fullback rushed for 79 yards on 14 carries…Rushed for a career/season high of 52 yards against Duquesne (9/20/08)…Also caught 2 passes for 8 yards.... made three tackles playing special teams. HIGH SCHOOL: Recognized for his academic and athletic success…First and Second team All Conference linebacker… All-Conference MVP…Named to the Elite 11 and Fabulous 22…136 tackles, 11 touchdowns, and 1200 rushing yards during senior season…Lettered in football and wrestling…Received Honor roll recognition…Who’s Who selection…215 lb. PIAA State Champion…WPIAL and SW Regional Champion…Criminal Justice major.

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AVG 48.1 56.1 53.8

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SOPHOMORE (2009): Now a defensive back, Campbell was a 2009 Preseason AllNEC pick at kicker… played as the primary kickoff man for the Red Flash… appeared in all 11 games for the Red Flash in 2009… averaged 56.1 yards per kickoff in 2009… set a season high with an average of 66.3 yards per kickoff against Albany (10/3)… recorded three touchbacks in 2009… also recorded two special teams tackles for the Red Flash, one each against Wagner (9/26) and Bryant (11/14). FRESHMAN (2008): Earned a starting spot at kicker…scored a total of 29 points… Longest field goal of the season was 34 yards… Also made 6-7 of his field goal attempts…Recorded career and season highs in several categories, including field goals (1, four times), kickoffs (5, vs. Marist - 9/13/08), yards (272, vs. Marist - 9/13/08), and extra points (3, vs. Sacred Heart - 10/11/08). HIGH SCHOOL: A talented three-sport athlete at Steel Valley HS…One-time AllConference Selection- football and soccer …Two-time All-Section – Baseball… Four-time All Section –soccer…Kicked for over 40 points his senior season…Exploratory major

FB 4 6-0 4 225 4 Junior Burgettstown, Pa./Burgettstown Year 2008 2009 Totals

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Bruno deGoliii

LB 4 5-10 4 190 4 Junior Tyrone, Pa./Belwood-Antis SOPHOMORE (2009): Did not play in 2009. FRESHMAN (2008): Did not play in 2008. HIGH SCHOOL: Led Belwood to back to back District 6-A Championships… First-team MAC and ICC All-Star…Second-team Defense All-Blair County… Honorable Mention All-Area… Ran 400 yards on 85 carries…3 touch downs… 140 tackles…3 sacks…Lettered in football and basketball…Business Administration major

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LB 4 5-11 4 240 4 Junior Perrinevile, N.J./Notre Dame Year 2008 2009 Totals

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TK 3 2 5

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daniel GRiMeS

LB 4 6-1 4 220 4 Junior Villa Park, Ill./Montini Catholic Year 2008 2009 Totals

G 9 10 19

TK 5 14 19

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tyler GillMen

LB 4 5-10 4 185 4 R. Junior Tyrone, Pa./Tyrone

SOPHOMORE (2009): Appeared in nine of 11 games for the Red Flash in 2009… recorded two tackles in 2009, one apiece against Robert Morris (10/17) and Duquesne (10/24). FRESHMAN (2008): Saw immediate action during his freshman season...Appeared in 8 games...Recorded 3 tackles.

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SOPHOMORE (2009): Played in 10 of 11 games for the Red Flash in 2009 at the linebacker position… recorded 14 total tackles in 2009, including five solo and nine assisted… had a career-high seven tackles against Duquesne (10/24)… recorded one quarterback hurry in 2009, against Wagner (9/26)… returned three kicks for 21 yards in 2009. FRESHMAN (2008): Saw valuable playtime in nine games during his freshman season… recorded five tackles ... made two stops at Albany (10/25/08)... also saw action on special teams. HIGH SCHOOL: Under the direction of head coach Chris Andriano, Grimes helped lead Montini Catholic to a 9-2 mark in 2007… was first team all-conference and all-area as a senior… lettered four seasons in football and wrestling… was allconference and all-state in wrestling, and was a member of Team Illinois… member of the Montini Catholic Honor Roll.

Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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TK 31 12 22 65

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TFL 1.0 0.5 1.5

SK 1 1

PD 1 1

FF -

FR -

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R. SOPHOMORE (2009): Played in all 11 games for the Red Flash in 2009, starting 10… recorded 22 tackles for the Red Flash in 2009… had a season-high four tackles against Wagner (9/26)… recorded one sack against Sacred Heart (10/10)… contributed two solo tackles against Bryant (11/14). SOPHOMORE (2008): Earned playing time as a linebacker for the Flash before suffering a season ending knee injury at Morehead State (9/27/08)…In four games, Gillmen recorded 12 tackles, one for a loss…received a medical redshirt for the season. FRESHMAN (2007): Finished 10th on the team with 31 tackles as a freshman… also contributed 1 interception and 1 pass deflection… had season-high 9 tackles and first career interception at Liberty (9/29/07)… tallied 5 tackles vs. CCSU (10/6/07)… had 4 solo tackles in season-ending victory at La Salle (11/17/07)… will serve as a Student-Athlete Mentor and on Leadership Council in 2008-09… spring 2008 SFU Dean’s List… fall 2007 and spring 2008 Academic Honor Roll… Biology / Pre-Professional major. HIGH SCHOOL: Played under head coach John Franco at Tyrone High School, where he helped guide the Eagles to a 34-4 record over three seasons… was a first team running back and linebacker in the Mountain Athletic Conference… carried the ball 133 times for 918 yards and 14 TDs (91.8 YPG) as a senior… also had 13 receptions for 165 yards and 2 TDs… had 1 interception and 1 fumble return for a TD… was a CPFCA Scholar-Athlete, and received the Legion Leadership Award.

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william hall

OL 4 6-4 4 295 4 Junior New Salem, Pa./Uniontown Area SOPHOMORE (2009): Became a key starter for the Red Flash at right tackle, starting seven games before suffering a late-season injury… played in eight of 11 games for the Flash in 2009… part of the Red Flash’s offensive explosion against Wagner, where the Flash scored 48 points and 452 total offensive yards… FRESHMAN (2008): A key member of the Saint Francis’s offensive line…Played in 10 games his freshman season... started eight of those games ... protected George Little, allowing him to throw for 1.734 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: 2006 and 2007 All-County and All-Conference honoree at Uniontown Area High School… Also named Third Team All-State as a senior… Was also an All-Country honoree for his basketball team in 2007… Received the 2007 Martin Luther King, Jr., Athletics Award and the Performing Arts Award.

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anthony howZe

WR 4 6-2 4 180 4 Junior Upper Marlboro, Md./Riverdale Baptist caReeR StatS Year 2008 2009 Totals

G 11 11 22

REC 13 15 28

YDS 327 148 475

AVG 25.2 9.9 21.6

TD 2 1 3

LONG 86 31 86

AVG/GM 29.7 13.5 21.6

SOPHOMORE (2009): Became a bigger part of the offense, setting a new career high in receptions in 2009… played in all 11 games for the Red Flash in 2009… recorded 15 catches for 148 yards in 2009… caught quarterback John Kelly’s first career touchdown pass in the season opener against New Hampshire (9/5)… averaged 9.9 yards per catch… recorded a season-long 31-yard reception against Monmouth, making an excellent, juggling catch downfield (11/7)… caught a season-high four passes against Northern Iowa (9/19)… caught at least three passes in four consecutive games from 9/19 (Northern Iowa) to Sacred Heart (10/10). FRESHMAN (2008): Played in 11 games in 2008 at wide receiver…With 13 catches, Howze accumulated 327 yards and two touchdowns…Longest reception was 86 yards against Morehead State (9/27/08), also George Little’s longest pass of the season…Also had a career/season high three receptions against Monmouth (10/4). HIGH SCHOOL: Caught 40 passes for 850 yards in his senior season at Riverdale Baptist... selected to the P.G. County All Star Game… letter winner in football, basketball, and track…honor Roll student…political Science/Pre-law major.

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dontre MeRRicKS

RB 4 5-10 4 175 4 Junior Linden, N.J. / Cardinal McCarrick SOPHOMORE (2009): Did not play in 2009. FRESHMAN (2008): Did not play in 2008. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-Conference honors…Rushed for over 1,000 yards in a single season…Received letters in football and track…Psychology major.

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Jordan Kelly

OL 4 6-3 4 275 4 Junior Pittsburgh, Pa./Seton-La Salle Regional SOPHOMORE (2009): Became one of the most reliable starters along the offensive line for the Red Flash… started every game for the Red Flash in 2009, starting out the first seven games at right guard before moving out to right tackle to fill in for the injured Bill Hall… part of two of the best offensive days in Red Flash history, helping them to 452 total yards and 48 points against Wagner (9/26) and 409 rushing yards against Duquesne (10/24)… FRESHMAN (2008): Played in 5 games on the offensive line during his freshman year. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner at Seton LaSalle High School was named a First Team All-Conference offensive lineman during senior year… Also tabbed Post Gazette Fab 22 South and The Almanac All-Star Honorable Mention in final season… Second Team All-Conference Offensive Lineman as a junior… Started all but one game over final two seasons… Helped lead the Rebels to the 2004 and 2006 Century Conference title, as well as the WPIAL Championship in 2004… Two-year honoree by the National Honor Society… Father Gary graduated from Saint Francis in 1982.

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luke Mcconnell

DB 4 5-11 4 165 4 Junior Westminster, Colo./Bishop Guilfoyle SOPHOMORE (2009): Appeared in three games for the Red Flash in 2008. FRESHMAN (2008): Saw limited play time in his freshman season...Appeared in 4 games. HIGH SCHOOL:A local all-star…LHAC 1st team All-Conference selection… Helped lead team to a Laurel Highlands Conference Section championship … Earned letters in basketball and football…Economics and Finance major.

de’andre peRRy

WR 4 6-2 4 185 4 Junior Mishawaka, Ind./John Adams SOPHOMORE (2009): Appeared in three games for the Red Flash in 2008. FRESHMAN (2008): Saw limited play time in his freshman season...Appeared in 4 games. HIGH SCHOOL:A local all-star…LHAC 1st team All-Conference selection… Helped lead team to a Laurel Highlands Conference Section championship … Earned letters in basketball and football…Economics and Finance major.

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LB 4 6-1 4 220 4 Junior Oakdale, Pa./West Allegheny Year 2008 2009 Totals

G 11 10 21

TK 39 43 82

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TFL 3.0 5.5 8.5

SK 1 1

PD 1 1

Hummelstown, Pa. / Lower Dauphin caReeR StatS

FF 1 1

FR 2 2

Year G ATT-COMP-INT 2007 1 (Redshirt) 2008 8 15-45-5 6 2009 15-45-5 Totals 15

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149 149

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18.6 9.9

38.90 38.90

SOPHOMORE (2009): Was limited by an injury in 2009, but appeared in six games as holder on field goals and extra points.. FRESHMAN (2008): Was the backup quarterback for the Red Flash but saw increased time in 2008 due to injuries to George Little…Appeared in 8 games and ran 68 plays…Rushed for 69 yards…Passed for 149 yards…Averaged 27.2 yards of total offense per game…Averaged 18.6 passing yards per game... Made his first career start at Albany (10/25/08)... Had a career/season high 25 pass attempts in that game…Also had a career/season high in completions and yards against Albany with 9 and 77, respectively…Longest completion of 35 yards came against Sacred Heart (10/11). REDSHIRT (2007): Used his redshirt season in 2007… will compete for playing time as back-up QB for Red Flash in 2008. HIGH SCHOOL: Played under head coach Rob Klock at Lower Dauphin… received the “Will To Win” award, and team captain as a senior… was second in MidPenn Conference with 1,318 passing yards and 16 TDs… completed 86-of-167 passes… Lower Dauphin Academic Honor Roll… member of Spanish Honor Society, and a DARE representative.

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trent BaKeR

OL 4 6-1 4 265 4 Sophomore Palmyra, Pa./Palmyra

K 4 5-7 4 145 4Sophomore Lancaster, Pa./Lancaster Catholic FRESHMAN (2009): Did not play in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete that also lettered in cross country and track & field (long jump)… member of the Lancaster Catholic H.S. team that was a state semifinalist in 2008, winning the District III championship in the process… won the PIAA District III Fackler Hower Sportsmanship award… won the 2008 Coaches Award… kicked over 40 extra points during his senior season of 2008…Student Council Senator in high school.

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colton Sipe

QB 4 6-2 4 220 4 R. Junior

SOPHOMORE (2009): Became a key member of the rotation at linebacker for the Red Flash, making plays as a special teams player as well as a spot starter… played in 10 of 11 games for the Red Flash in 2009, including one start against Robert Morris (10/24)… recorded a career-high 43 tackles in 2009 (16 solo, 27 assisted)… recorded 5.5 tackles for loss in 2009, as well as one sack (vs. Monmouth, 11/7)… forced one fumble and recovered two loose balls in 2009… also recorded three quarterback hurries and one pass break-up in 2009… had a season high nine-tackles against Sacred Heart, including seven solo stops (10/10)… had a season high eight assisted tackles against Duquesne (10/24… had 4.0 tackles for loss for 25 yards against Sacred Heart (10/10)… also returned one kick against Wagner for 15 yards (9/26). FRESHMAN (2008): Received valuable experience as a freshman linebacker…Appeared in all eleven games... earned starts at Morehead State (9/27/08) and Albany (10/25/08)…Credited with 39 total tackles…Recorded 3 tackles for a loss of 5 yards…Had a career/season high of 12 tackles vs. Albany (10/25/08).... had four solo stops at Morehead State (9/27/08)... made two tackles for loss against the Eagles., totaling four yards... had another TFL at Bryant (11/22/08). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned First Team All-Conference in 2007 (Linebacker and Guard)… first Team All-Conference, 2006, (Linebacker)…,ember of the Fabulous 22 in 2006…scholar Athlete…honor roll student…exploratory major.

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charles Billy

OL 4 6-2 4 285 4 Sophomore Randallstown, Md./Randallstown

LB 4 5-11 4 205 4 Sophomore Allentown, Pa./Bethlehem Catholic FRESHMAN (2009): Did not play in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL: Played linebacker, defensive end, and offensive line at Bethlehem Catholic… named to the Lehigh Valley All-Area team at linebacker… recorded 72 tackles, three forced fumbles, and five quarterback sacks… also participated in track & field and the power lifting team.

antoine daRden

FRESHMAN (2009): Did not play in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete in high school, earning four letters in lacrosse and two in football… played on both the offensive and defensive lines in high school… was named All-Division… earned the Randallstown H.S. Scholar Athlete award, and was four times named to the honor roll.

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tyler davidSon

FB 4 6-0 4 230 4 Sophomore

DB 4 6-2 4 185 4 Sophomore

Ebensburg, Pa./Central Cambria FRESHMAN (2009): Saw limited time in 2009, appearing against Morehead State (9/12). HIGH SCHOOL: Played on a pair of District VI runners-up in his career at Central Cambria H.S.… played linebacker and wide receiver… named to the 2008 LHAC All-Conference team… also lettered for three years in basketball…member of the student council.

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Cumberland, Md./Fort Hill FRESHMAN (2009): Saw limited time in 2009, appearing against Monmouth (11/7) and CCSU (11/21). HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner in football and a three-year letterwinner in basketball at Fort Hill… played both running back and defensive back in high school… recorded 82 tackles, five interceptions, five pass deflections, one fumble recovery, and one punt return for a touchdown in high school… member of the National Honor Society.

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patrick GReen

DL 4 6-0 4 225 4 Sophomore

Patton, Pa. / Cambria Heights FRESHMAN (2009): Did not play in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Cambria Heights H.S.

Michael duRR

Williamsport, Pa./Loyalsock Twp. FRESHMAN (2009): Saw limited time in 2009, appearing against Sacred Heart (10/10). HIGH SCHOOL: Member of a distract champion and Northeastern champion team… played linebacker, center and long snapper in high school… named All-State First-Team and All-State Honorable Mention in his career… First-Team All-District center and linebacker, as well as First-Team All-Conference center and linebacker… First-Team Heartland wrestler at 215 pounds.

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WR 4 5-8 4 165 4 Sophomore Altoona, Pa. / Bishop McCort FRESHMAN (2009): Did not play in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for the Crimson Crushers of Bishop McCort H.S.

Kyle haRBRidGe

RB 4 5-10 4 180 4 Sophomore Easton, Pa./Easton Year 2009 Totals

G 11 11

REC 78 78

caReeR StatS

YDS 484 484

AVG 6.2 6.2

TD 3 3

LONG 62 62

AVG/GM 44.0 44.0

FRESHMAN (2009): Put together a fantastic rookie campaign for the Red Flash, starring as a kick returner and running back for the Red Flash… appeared in all 11 games for the Red Flash, splitting the starting duties with Jude Yearwood over the last four weeks of the season… finished with 78 carries for 484 yards, an average of 6.2 yards per rush, despite not receiving double-digit carries until the game against Duquesne (10/24)… rushed for three touchdowns, second on the team… caught five passes for 23 yards… had two 100-yard games in 2009: 12 carries for 150 yards and one touchdown against Duquesne (10/24) and 17 carries for 114 yards and one touchdown against Bryant (11/14)… had four carries of 50+ yards… had a careerhigh 23 carries against CCSU, resulting in 95 yards and one touchdown (11/21)… recorded 205 all-purpose yards against Monmouth (11/7)… returned kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown in season opener against New Hampshire (9/5)… returned 26 kicks for 636 yards, a 24.5 yards per return average that ranks highest for a career and fourth for a single season in SFU history… those 636 return yards rank third for a single season in SFU history… played as the primary gunner for the punt coverage team, recording 15 tackles (eight solo, seven assisted) in 2009… ranked in the top-five in the NEC with two forced fumbles… recovered a fumble he forced against Robert Morris (10/24)… recorded a career-high five special teams tackles against Morehead State (9/12). HIGH SCHOOL: Won two letters apiece in football and baseball at Easton Area H.S…. played both running back and defensive back… named to the Lehigh Valley McDonald’s All-Star Classic… Second-Team All-Lehigh Valley team… MVP and Offensive Player of the Game at the Easton Thanksgiving game… recorded 750 rushing yards, 250 receiving yards, and 12 TD’s… named to the honor roll his junior and senior years.

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DB 4 6-4 4 215 4 R. Sophomore McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport Year 2009 Totals

G 11 11

TK 51 51

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TFL 0.5 0.5

SK -

PD 4 4

FF -

FR -

INT 3 3

Year 2009 Totals

G 9 9

TK 3 3

william houSton

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TFL -

SK -

PD -

FF -

FR 1 1

G 10 10

TK 9 9

caReeR StatS

TFL -

SK -

PD -

FF -

FR -

INT -

FRESHMAN (2009): Appeared in 10 games for the Red Flash, primarily as a special teams player… recorded nine tackles (four solo, five assisted)… had a season-high three tackles against Morehead State (9/12)… recorded a season-high two solo tackles against Robert Morris (10/17). HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete that lettered in football, baseball, and basketball… first player from Blacklick Valley to commit to a Division I school for football… played linebacker, running back, and wide receiver in high school… three-time West-PAC award winner… 2008 SAFCA Offensive player of the year… named to Johnstown Tribune-Democrat Second-Team defense… 2007 Tribune-Democrat honorable mention… holds school record for touchdowns and points in a single season with 25 and 168, respectively.

OL 4 6-2 4 290 4 Sophomore Easton, Pa./Wyoming Seminary Prep Year 2009 Totals

taylor holBy

RB 4 5-11 4 185 4 Sophomore Nanty Glo, Pa./Blacklick Valley

FRESHMAN (2009): Played in all 11 games for the Red Flash in 2009, starting the final six contests of the season at free safety… developed into a big playmaker, known for his athleticism and propensity for the big hit… recorded 51 tackles (22 solo, 29 assisted) in 2009… had 0.5 tackles for loss… notched three interceptions in 2009, with 15 return yards between the three… broke up four passes in 2009… had a career-high four solo tackles against Robert Morris (10/17)… had a careerhigh 12 tackles against Albany (10/3). REDSHIRT (2008): Used his redshirt season. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduate of McKeesport H.S., where he played both football and basketball… member of the 2005 WPIAL and PIAA football championship team in 2005… earned letters in both football and basketball in 2005 and 2006… played free safety and receiver… ranked in the top three in tackles and first in interceptions at McKeesport.

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FRESHMAN (2009): Appeared in nine games for the Red Flash in 2009, playing both offensive and defensive line… notched three tackles (one solo, two assisted) in 2009… recovered a fumble against Bryant (11/14). HIGH SCHOOL: Spent four years at Notre Dame H.S., followed by one year at Wyoming Seminary prep… earned four letters at Notre Dame in football, and one letter at Wyoming Seminary Prep… also won two letters in baseball… two-time AllLeague selection… named MVP of the McDonald’s All-Star Game… named to the Scout.com All-Combine team… recorded 79 tackles and seven sacks in one year at Wyoming Seminary Prep.

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John Kelly

QB 4 6-1 4 203 4 R. Sophomore

DB 4 5-5 4 155 4 Sophomore

Frederick, Md./Tuscarora

Oxon Hill, Md. / Oxon Hill

caReeR StatS Year G ATT-COMP-INT 2009 10 135-264-8 Totals 10 135-264-8

PCT 51.1 51.1

YDS 1357 1357

TD 7 7

LONG AVG/G EFFIC. 44 135.7 97.00 44 135.7 97.00

FRESHMAN (2009): Transfer from Penn State who came in during the final two weeks of camp to win the starting quarterback job… completed 135-of-264 passes for 1,357 yards, seven touchdowns, and eight interceptions… recorded two rushing touchdowns… made his collegiate debut against nationally-ranked New Hampshire, completing 13-of-30 passes with one touchdown and one interception (9/5)… named Northeast Conference Offensive Player and Rookie of the Week for his game against Morehead State, where he went 10-for-17 with two touchdowns thrown and one rushing score (9/12)… threw for a season-high 301 yards against Wagner (9/26)… had four touchdown passes against Wagner, tied for the best single-game total in school history with Anthony Doria (9/26)… had a passer efficiency rating of 97.00… averaged 135.7 passing yards per game, fourth in the NEC… averaged 141.2 yards per game in total offense, fifth in the NEC. REDSHIRT/PENN STATE (2008): Was a preferred walk-on at Penn State, where he redshirted during the 2008 season. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Tuscarora, where he played four positions (quarterback, receiver, outside linebacker, and safety)… named to All-Area, All-Conference, and All-Gazette teams… also a four-year letterwinner in basketball.

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Brian lane

FRESHMAN (2009): Did not play in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Centennial H.S. that participated in football, baseball, and track & field… played both running back and defensive back in high school… named Special Teams Player of the Year… named to Minds in Motion for maintaining at least a 3.25 GPA during his athletics season… holds the record for second-longest kick return in school history… holds the school record in the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.38.

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patrick MaJoR

OL 4 6-2 4 290 4 Sophomore Monessen, Pa./Monessen FRESHMAN (2009): Did not play in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete that lettered in both football and track and field at Monessen… played both center and noseguard for the Greyhounds… member of two Tri-County South championship teams… 2008 Tri-County South AllConference team… 2008 Third-Team All-State according to PA Sports News… named to the 2008 Tri-County South Coaches Assocation All-Star team… team captain his senior year… very active in extracurriculars in high school, including acting as class president for four years and earning numerous scholarships and scholastic honors.

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WR 4 5-9 4 260 4 Sophomore Greensburg, Pa./Greater Latrobe FRESHMAN (2009): Saw limited action in 2009, appearing against just Albany (10/3) and Duquesne (10/24). HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete that earned four letters in ice hockey and three letters apiece in football and track & field… named First-Team All-Conference as a wide receiver… named to the Tribune-Review Terrific 25… recorded 72 receptions for 973 yards and 13 touchdowns in high school… member of two state champion ice hockey teams at Greater Latrobe, and was named a PIHL AA All-Star… named to the Distinguished Honor Roll.

timmy MyeRS

QB 4 6-2 4 210 4 Sophomore Ebensburg, Pa./Central Cambria caReeR StatS Year G ATT-COMP-INT 2009 5 7-12-1 Totals 5 7-12-1

PCT 58.3 58.3

YDS 36 36

TD -

LONG AVG/G EFFIC. 7 7.2 66.87 7 7.2 66.87

FRESHMAN (2009): Recruited as a linebacker, but settled nicely into the backup quarterback role midway through the season… saw action in five games as a freshman in 2009… got his first career start at quarterback against Duquesne (10/24)… completed 7-of-12 passes for 36 yards and one interception in 2009… went 7-of-11 for 36 yards and one interception against Duquesne (10/24)… rushed for a careerbest 17 yards against Duquesne (10/24)… scored his first career touchdown on a run against Duquesne (10/24). HIGH SCHOOL: A three-sport athlete from Central Cambria H.S. that earned three letters apiece in football, basketball, and baseball… member of two District VI runner-up teams in his career… played both quarterback and middle linebacker in high school… named to the 2008 All-LHAC team… member of Student Council.

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YDS 2182 2182

AVG 37.0 37.0

TB 1 1

FC 10 10

50+ 5 5

I20 12 12

Year 2009 Totals

FRESHMAN (2009): Stepped in immediately as the team’s starting punter as a freshman… started all 11 games for the Red Flash in 2009… recorded 59 punts for 2182 yards, for an average of 37.0 yards per kick… averaged 37.0 yards per punt, tied for fourth-best for a single season in SFU history… placed 12 kicks inside the 20-yard line, as opposed to just one touchback… recorded five punts of 50+ yards… averaged a season-best 41.0 yards per punt against Duquesne (10/24)… fired a seasonhigh nine punts against Northern Iowa, averaging 39.8 yards per kick and including a season-long punt of 53 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Accomplished punter/running back from Carroll H.S…. twice named First-Team NHC punter… won the Offensive Back award for Carroll… led Carroll in rushing and rushing touchdowns… also earned letters in baseball and basketball.

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DL 4 6-4 4 240 4 R. Sophomore Olmsted Township, Ohio/Olmsted Falls

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TFL 3.0 3.0

SK 2-3 2-3

PD 1 1

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FR -

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FRESHMAN (2009): Became a key member of the defensive line rotation for the Red Flash, appearing in all 11 games in 2009… recorded 15 tackles (3 solo, 12 assisted) in 2009… notched 3.0 tackles for loss in 2009, including two sacks… had two quarterback hurries and one pass deflection in 2009… had a season-high three tackles against Duquesne (10/24)… recorded sacks against New Hampshire (9/5) and Sacred Heart (10/10)… had season-highs with 1.0 tackles for loss against Sacred Heart (10/10) and Bryant (11/14)…earned his first career start against Monmouth (11/7). REDSHIRT (2008): Used his redshirt season in 2008. HIGH SCHOOL: Spent two years on the Olmsted Falls varsity football team where he was named honorable mention SWC… Received the Bulldog Award and was a team captain while being selected to the Ohio East & West All-Star Game… Helped the Bulldogs compile a 17-5 record in two seasons.

Benjamin SchultZ

OL 4 6-1 4 285 4 Sophomore Ebensburg, Pa./Central Cambria FRESHMAN (2009): Saw limited time in 2009, appearing in just four games for the Red Flash. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete at Central Cambria H.S., where he lettered in football and track & field… played both offensive and defensive tackle in high school… named an All-Conference player in the LHAC… named Second-Team for the Altoona Mirror Football All-Star team as an offensive tackle… played on two District VI runner-up teams… member of National Honor Society.

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christopher ShepaRd

DL 4 6-3 4 240 4 Sophomore Kittanning, Pa./Kittanning Year 2009 Totals

G 11 11

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TK 18 18

TFL 2.5 2.5

SK 1 1

PD -

FF -

FR 1 1

OL 4 6-2 4 265 4 Sophomore Galena, Ohio/St. Francis DeSales INT -

FRESHMAN (2009): Impact freshman who won a starting job in camp and started all 11 games for the Red Flash at defensive end…. Showed good motor and athleticism for an 3-4 end…. Finished with 18 tackles (six solo, 12 assisted) in 2009… recorded 2.5 tackles for loss for a total of 11 yards… finished with one sack for a loss of nine yards, against Sacred Heart (10/10)… recovered a fumble against CCSU (11/21)… recorded one quarterback hurry against Albany (10/3)… had a seasonhigh four tackles against CCSU (11/21)… younger brother of senior linebacker Ryan Shepard. HIGH SCHOOL: Played fullback and defensive line at Kittanning H.S…. named First-Team All-Conference as a defensive lineman his junior year, and Second-Team All-Conference at the position in his senior year… also earned First-Team All-Conference as a fullback his senior year… named a Valley News Dispatch All-Star.

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BLK 4 4

LG 45 45

FRESHMAN (2009): Freshman who came on strong as the year ended… played in 10 of 11 games for the Red Flash, including three starts at right guard… part of the starting lineup for the Red Flash’s 409-yard rushing effort against Duquesne (10/24). HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at St. Francis DeSales H.S., where he lettered in football, wrestling, and lacrosse… played both center and defensive tackle in high school… named First-Team All-State, First-Team All-CCL, and First-Team All-District… named a Central Ohio All-Star… named to the Ohio Big 33 team… part of two-year undefeated streak in football, where his team went 20-0… recorded 57 tackles as a defensive tackle in 2008… team captain of both the football and wrestling teams… member of the honor roll… church youth leader.

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YD 147 147

AVG 49.0 49.0

TB 0 0

Jeff waSilewSKi

WR 4 6-3 4 220 4 Sophomore Ebensburg, Pa./Central Cambria

Joshua thiel

K 4 6-0 4 175 4 Sophomore Leesburg, Va./Heritage Year G 2009 11 Totals 11

Jacob SMith

Year 2009 Totals

G 8 8

REC 4 4

caReeR StatS

YDS 40 40

AVG 10.0 10.0

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LONG 20 20

AVG/GM 5.0 5.0

FRESHMAN (2009): Well-regarded wide receiver that played in eight games as a true freshman… recorded four catches for 40 yards… caught two passes for a season-high 29 yards against Sacred Heart (10/10), including a long of 20 yards… averaged 10 yards per catch. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete that lettered in football, baseball, and basketball… played quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back at Central Cambria… 2009 LHAC All-Conference selection in baseball… member of the National Honor Society… part of two District VI runner up teams.

FRESHMAN (2009): Earned the starting kicker spot in camp in 2009… team’s leading scorer in 2009, with 18 extra points and seven field goals… converted 7-of-15 field goals, or 47 percent… converted 18-of-19 extra points, or 95 percent… kicked off three times for 147 yards, an average of 49 yards per kick… kicked a seasonlong 45-yard field goal against Wagner, which tied the school record for longest field goal (9/26)… kicked the game-tying field goal against Wagner as time ran out in regulation to force overtime (9/26)… kicked a season-high six extra points against Wagner (9/26)… went a perfect 2-for-2 in field goals against Wagner (9/26) and Albany (10/3). HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete that lettered in football, soccer and swimming at Heritage… named a team co-captain his senior year… named “Top Performer of 2008 Season” by Washington Post/Loudon… earned seven “Top Performer of the Week” awards from same publication during junior and senior seasons… named to All-District team… attended Army All-American Football Camp… nominated for Wendy’s High School Heisman.

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lloyd hill

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Downingtown, Pa./Westchester Henderson FRESHMAN (2009): Saw limited action for the Red Flash, playing in just two games. HIGH SCHOOL: Participated in basketball and wrestling in addition to football… played defensive line.

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Steelton, Pa./Steelton-Highspire REDSHIRT (2009): Used his redshirt season in 2009. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete that excelled in both football and basketball… part of two state football championships (2007 & 2008) and one state basketball championship (2007-08)… named All-Conference at offensive tackle all four years in high school, and was a two-time All-State selection… paved the way for Jeremiah Young, the PIAA’s all-time leading rusher with over 9,000 yards and who currently plays at Bucknell… named a Mid-Penn Conference All Star in basketball, as well as a District III All-Star in basketball… member of the national honor society… recipient of the Ryan Mohn Foundation Leadership Award.

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LB 4 6-1 4 225 4 Freshman

Hammonton, N.J. / St. Joseph’s / The Gunnery

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ashton alicea HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete that earned varsity letters in both football and track in high school… played both running back and linebacker… named 2008 FirstTeam All-Cape running back, and a Second-Team A.C. Press running back that same year…earned 2009 Second-Team All-New England honors in 2009…intends to major in Nursing.

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Drums, Pa. / Marian Catholic HIGH SCHOOL: Played linebacker/defensive end and fullback at Marian Catholic… four-year letterwinner in football… Named First-Team All-Conference and FirstTeam All-Area… named to the First-Team Defense on the All-County All-Star team… recorded 81 tackles, six sacks, three fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles, and one safety… intends to study Criminal Justice/Forensic Science.

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evan BaueR

Brandt BecK

LB 4 6-3 4 225 4 Freshman

OL 4 5-10 4 215 4 Freshman

Pottstown, Pa. / Pottstown

Irvona, Pa. / Cambria Heights

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete at Pottstown that lettered in both football and basketball for the Trojans… played linebacker, defensive end, and offensive line in high school… named All-PAC 10 conference, as well as to the All-Area team… played in the 2010 Montgomery County All-Star game.

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Zachary BlacKa

LB 4 5-114 205 4 Freshman

DB 4 5-11 4 225 4 Freshman McKeesport, Pa. / McKeesport HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at McKeesport that also participated in basketball and track… member of a Tigers team that went 7-3 his senior year… earned the school’s sportsmanship award… team captain… yearly honor roll student… voted “Best Looking” in his senior class and named “King of Hearts.”

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Jeannette, Pa. / Hempfield HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete at Hempfield that participated in both football and track… played both linebacker and running back in high school, and also acted as the team’s kick returner… All-Conference Honorable Mention at linebacker… nickname is “B-Train”… county medalist in track in the 100m and 4x400m relay… intends to major in Psychology/Neuroscience.

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anthony BowMan

Michael BRown

RB/DB 4 5-8 4 160 4 Freshman

LB 4 5-104 210 4 Freshman

Ambler, Pa. / William Penn Charter School

Damascus, Md. / Our Lady Of Good Counsel HIGH SCHOOL: Member of the Our Lady Of Good Counsel Falcons team that went 11-1 in 2009 en route to the 2009 WCAC championship… lettered in both football and baseball… twice named an All-WCAC linebacker…intends to major in Sports Management.

nolan BonhaM

HIGH SCHOOL: Played both running back and defensive back at William Penn Charter School… member of the 2006 Quaker team that were the Inter-Al champions… named First-Team All-League and Second-Team All-City… was also ranked the fifth-ranked defensive back in Southeastern Pennsylvania… president of the Student Diversity Club… intends to major in Pre-Law.

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Brandon BuntinG

OL 4 6-24 260 4 Freshman

OL 4 6-1 4 300 4 Freshman

Champion, Pa. / Mount Pleasant

Vandergrift, Pa. / Kiski Area HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete at Kiski Area that earned letters in both football and track & field… played both offensive and defensive line for the Cavaliers… team captain in high school… intends to major in Elementary Education.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Member of the Mount Pleasant Vikings team that went 10-1 in 2009 en route to the Interstate Conference championship… earned four letters in football and three letters in basketball… named First-Team All-State in 2009… named First-Team All-Conference in both 2008 and 2009… named to the Tribune Review Terrific 25 and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fab 22 teams… member of the National Honor Society.

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daniel BuZaS

Webster, N.Y. / Webster Schroeder HIGH SCHOOL: Named First-Team All-County and Second-Team All-Greater Rochester… earned Fifth-Team All-State honors… led his team in tackles in both his junior and senior seasons… voted Team MVP his senior season… member of the Business Honors society… intends to major in Economics.

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Spencer cRoSS

TE 4 6-2 4 234 4 Freshman Erie, Pa. / Erie Cathedral Prep HIGH SCHOOL: Center on the Cathedral Prep Ramblers team that won the District 10 and Region 6 championships in 2009… member of the offensive line that blocked for the highest single-game rushing total in school history… named to second honor roll… intends to major in Physical Therapy…younger brother of Red Flash offensive lineman Christopher Buzas.

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LB 4 6-1 4 225 4 Freshman Meyersdale, Pa. / Meyersdale HIGH SCHOOL: Earned two varsity letters in football at Meyersdale… played three positions in high school (WR, DB, PK), and will kick at Saint Francis… intends to major in Exercise Physiology.

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Jakob deMedal

RB 4 6-1 4 185 4 Freshman Portage, Pa. / Portage HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete that lettered in both football and basketball at Wilmington… part of four district championship teams and one state championship team with the Greyhounds… played running back, defensive back, and quarterback in high school… named Region MVP as a running back and defensive back… team went 55-4 during his high school career… intends to major in Physical Therapy.

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WR 4 5-7 4155 4 Freshman Windber, Pa. / Bishop McCort HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete that earned letters in football, ice hockey, and track & field… member of the Bishop McCort team that went 14-1 in 2009, winning District 6 and advancing deep into the PIAA playoffs… appeared at three positions for the Crimson Crushers, including kicker, wide receiver, and defensive back… earned First-Team All-State and First-Team All-Area in both his junior and senior years… all-time point scoring leader in Bishop McCort history… voted his senior class president… intends to major in Elementary Education.

eugene ehRedt

RB 4 5-104 205 4 Freshman Altoona, Pa. / Bishop Guilfoyle HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Bishop Guilfoyle that earned letters in football, baseball, and basketball… a jack-of-all-trades for the Marauders, appearing at running back, safety, punter, kicker, defensive end, and kickoff returner at one point or another… named the 2009 Southern Alleghenies Football Coaches Association Offensive MVP… named First-Team All-Conference, as well as Second-Team AllAMA and All-County… also an All-Conference baseball player… great-nephew of Richard Fiore ’73, who also played football for the Red Flash… intends to major in Education/Environmental Studies.

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asalemo FRuean

WR 4 6-0 4 162 4 Freshman

LB 4 6-24 230 4 Freshman

Portage, Pa. / Portage

Waipahu, Hawaii / Waipahu

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete that lettered in football, baseball, and track & field at Bishop Canevin… played both wide receiver and safety for the Crusaders… named Second-Team All-Conference his senior season… ranks eighth all-time in career receptions at Bishop Canevin…Almanac Football All-Star Honorable Mention… intends to major in Marketing.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Waipahu that also participated in basketball and track & field… played both linebacker and tight end in high school… ranked the #18 prospect in the state of Hawaii by Rivals.com… played in both the H.V.B. Classic All-Star game, as well as the Samoa Bowl All-Star game… Second-Team All-Star in basketball… top triple-jumper for the Marauders… intends to study Sociology or Psychology.

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colin Gdula

OL 4 6-34 245 4 Freshman

QB 4 6-44 220 4 Freshman

Dunlo, Pa. / Forest Hills HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete at Forest Hills that played both football and baseball… played both defensive end and offensive line for the Rangers… member of the Rangers team that went 13-1 in 2009 en route to both LHAC and District VI championships… named to the LHAC All-Conference team… Tribune Democrat All-District First-Team… Ken Lantzy All-Star… nominated to participate in the Big 33 game in June… named Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Year… nephew of Peter and Denise Gdula, both ’86 graduates of Saint Francis… intends to major in Computer Science.

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Cresson, Pa. / Penn Cambria HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete at Penn Cambria that participated in both football and track & field… played guard, center, and long snapper in high school… named LHAC All-Conference… won the LHAC Sportmanship award… National Football Foundation Central PA Chapter Scholar-Athlete award-winner.

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Jessup, Pa. / Valley View HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete that participated in both football and track & field… named a District 2 First-Team All-Star at quarter back… threw for 2,531 yards and 34 touchdowns in high school… also an accomplished field athlete that took third place at the District 2 championships in the Javelin… intends to study Business.

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Matthew GlaSS

OL 45-8 4262 4 Freshman

Stanley GenSiaK

Zachary GleSSneR

QB 46-3 4200 4 Freshman St. Michael, Pa. / Forest Hills HIGH SCHOOL: Accomplished three-sport athlete from Forest Hills that lettered in football, track & field, and wrestling… starting quarterback of the Rangers team that went 13-1 in 2009 en route to the 2009 District VI championship, as well as earning a share of the 2009 LHAC championship… 2009 Tribune Democrat All-Area Second Team… 2007 & 2008 Tribune Democrat Honorable Mention All-Area… 2009 District & Regional qualifier in the Javelin as a track & field athlete… multipletime District VI and regional qualifier as a wrestler… president of Future Business Leaders of America, and a member of the High Honor Academic Achievement Award…intends to major in the Physician Assistant program.

thurston Kino

DL 46-3 4280 4 Freshman Honolulu, Hawaii / Punahou HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Punahou who lettered in football, basketball, and track & field… part of the Hala Tree team that won the state championship in 2008, and was named MVP of the championship game… named both All-State and All-ILH in high school… intends to major in Business.

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Matthew lewiS

DL 46-3 4280 4 Freshman

OL/DL 4 6-24 170 4 Freshman

Pittsburgh, Pa. / Upper St. Clair

Cogan Station, Pa. / Williamsport

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete at Upper St. Clair that participated in both football and track & field… played both offensive and defensive line for the Panthers… 2009 First-Team All Conference at defensive tackle, and a 2009 PA Sports Writers Second-Team All-Star… 2008 First-Team All-Conference at center… played for the Pennsylvania in the 2010 Big 33 game…intends to major in Business.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters in football at Williamsport… played defensive end, center and long snapper for the Millionaires… named a 2009 District 4 All-Star as both a First-Team defensive end and a Second-Team center… 2009 Wyoming Valley Conference First-Team center… 2008 Wyoming Valley Conference Honorable Mention at defensive end… intends to major in Criminal Justice.

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evan MaRShall

Jerome MathewS

WR 4 5-114 175 4 Freshman

DB 4 5-84 170 4 Freshman

Jeannette, Pa. / Greensburg Central Catholic

Pittsburgh, Pa. / Schenley

HIGH SCHOOL: Part of the Centurions team that won the program’s first WPIAL title in 2009, going all the way to the state championship game for Class AA.

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Brody MauGhan-evanSon

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete at Schenley, where he played on the 2009 City League football championship team, and was a point scorer for the 2007 and 2009 City League track & field champions… played both running back and defensive back in high school… three-time All-City selection in football… competed at the state championship in track & field four years at Schenley… intends to major in Physical Therapy.

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DL 4 6-14 290 4 Freshman Mars, Pa. / Mars HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Mars that participated in football, basketball, and track & field… member of two conference championship teams at Mars… played both offensive and defensive line in high school, and earned First-Team All-Conference honors twice apiece at both positions… named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fab 22 North, and twice named to the Butler Eagle Sweet 16… selected to the 2009 WPIAL North All-Star team…four-year member of the high honor roll and president of the Varsity Club… intends to major in Business.

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davon McGant

Matthew MaZZaRa

QB 4 6-0 4 195 4 Freshman State College, Pa. / State College HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at State College that participated in football, basketball, and baseball… member of the Little Lions team that went 12-3 en route to a District championship and the first state championship game in school history… played quarterback and linebacker/safety in high school… earned All-Conference Honorable Mention… invited to play in the 2010 Lezzer Lumber All-Star Classic... PFN All-State Football Academic Team... member of the honor roll… invited to attend National Youth Leadership conference…earned the Matthew Weakland Award for Courage… intends to major in Exercise Physiology.

DB 4 6-04 175 4 Freshman Brandywine, Md. / Gwynn Park HIGH SCHOOL: Played both cornerback and free safety at Gwynn Park… member of the 2009 Yellow Jackets team that went 11-1 en route to a county championship… member of the honor roll… intends to major in either Engineering or Accounting.

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Kaena MooSe

DL 4 6-1 4 275 4 Freshman

OL 4 6-1 4 265 4 Freshman

Honolulu, Hawaii / Iolani School

Harrisburg, Pa. / Bishop McDevitt

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Iolani that participated in football, wrestling, and track & field… member of the Raiders teams that won three consecutive ILH and Division III state championships… played both defensive line and fullback in high school… named Advertiser First-Team Division III, and Star Bulletin SecondTeam All-State… Named Second-Team All-ILH and All-East Side Team…intends to major in either Environmental Science or Journalism.

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Steve MoSey

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete at Bishop McDevitt that also participated in football and wrestling… member of the Crusaders team that went 12-1 en route to a league championship, as well as the district championship game… played both defensive line and center in high school, earning All-League honors at both positions… member of National Honor Society… Peer Counselor… took first place at school Science Fair and third at CASEF…intends to major in Biology.

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Zak newton

Jacob novicKi

RB/DB 4 6-14 195 4 Freshman

LB 4 6-1 4 225 4 Freshman

Cresson, Pa. / Penn Cambria

Pittsburgh, Pa. / Seton-LaSalle

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Penn Cambria that earned three letters in football and four apiece in wrestling and track & field… played quarterback, running back, and linebacker in high school… All-State running back… took seventh in the state in the 300m Hurdles as a track & field athlete… member of National Honor Society and Student Council Vice-President… intends to major in Biology/Pre-Med.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete that earned three letters apiece in football and baseball… played both wide receiver and strong safety at Seton-LaSalle… named First-Team All-Conference as a receiver in 2009… intends to major in Business Management.

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andrew penKSa

QB 4 6-1 4 185 4 Freshman

K 4 5-84 166 4 Freshman

Northern Cambria, Pa. / Northern Cambria

Johnstown, Pa. / Bishop McCort HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete that earned multiple letters in soccer, football, and track & field… member of four District 6 championship squads at Bishop McCort, as well as the 2009 LHAC championship team… ranked 36th in the nation as a punter by Kohl’s Kicking, and earned All-State Honorable Mention as a punter… part of the Crushers team that went 16-1 in 2009 en route to the state championship game… member of National Honor Society… intends to major in History.

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Ryan ScoRan

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-sport athlete that earned letters in football, baseball, basketball, and track & field… played quarterback fro the Northern Cambria Colts… intends to major in Engineering.

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Matthew Scott

RB 4 5-94 180 4 Freshman Frederick, Md. / Tuscarora

WR 4 6-0 4 162 4 Freshman Portage, Pa. / Portage HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Portage that participated in football, basketball, and baseball… member of the Mustangs team that went 10-1 in 2009 en route to becoming Westpac champions… played both wide receiver and safety at Portage… named a Ken Lantzy All-Star… Second-Team Tribune Democrat and Sceond-Team Altoona Mirror… named the SAFCA Offensive MVP… member of PA Football All-Academic team… also an Altoona Mirror All-Star Honorable Mention in basketball… intends to major in Exercise Physiology/Physical Therapy.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete at Tuscarora that lettered three times apiece in football and track & field… played both running back and safety for the Titans… named First-Team All-League and Second-Team All-Conference in football… led his team to only its second-ever playoff berth with 859 yards and 12 touchdowns… member of the High Honor Roll…team captain… member of the Titans team that won the 2008 City Championship… intends to major in Exercise Physiology.

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Mitchell Shaw

LB 4 6-04 195 4 Freshman

WR 4 5-9 4 175 4 Freshman

Sarver, Pa. / Freeport

Johnstown, Pa. / Greater Johnstown

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Freeport that earned letters in football, basketball, and track & field… member of the Yellow Jackets team that went 8-2 in 2009 en route to a conference championship… named an All-Conference honoree both as a linebacker and a kick returner… member of the All-Academic team…intends to major in Communications.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Greater Johnstown that competed in football, basketball, and track & field… member of the Trojans team that went 8-4 in 2009 en route to a District VI championship… named All-Conference as a quarterback… intends to major in Environmental Science.

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alford thoMpSon

LB 4 6-1 4 225 4 Freshman

LB 4 6-1 4 225 4 Freshman

Washington, D.C. / Our Lady of Good Counsel

Portage, Pa. / Portage HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete that lettered in football, baseball, and basketball at Portage… member of three PAC championship teams, including the 2009 squad that went 10-1… played running back and linebacker at Portage, becoming the school’s all-time leading rusher… nicknamed “Deuce” by his teammates… intends to major in Business Administration.

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John Siciliano

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport athlete that lettered in football and track & field at Our Lady of Good Counsel… played defensive back for the Falcons on their 2009 squad that went 11-1 en route to the WCAC championship… named a 2009 WCAC Honorable Mention, and a 2008 WCAC Second-Team… intends to major in Broadcast Journalism.

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Sean veiGhtS

LB 4 6-0 4 220 4 Freshman

LB 4 5-10 4215 4 Freshman

Pittsburgh, Pa. / Mount Lebanon

Leechburg, Pa. / Greensburg Central Catholic

HIGH SCHOOL: Accomplished linebacker from Mt. Lebanon who earned three letters in football with the Blue Devils… named 2009 First-Team All-Conference at linebacker, as well as 2008 Second-Team All-Conference at linebacker… named the team’s defensive MVP in both 2008 and 2009… member of National Honor Society… intends to major in Mathematics/Secondary Education.

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Zach wilSon

HIGH SCHOOL: Played both fullback and linebacker for Greensburg Central Catholic… member of the 2009 Centurions team that went 13-3, winning the program’s first-ever WPIAL football championship and reaching the state championship game… named All-Conference as a linebacker… named to the Tribune Review Terrific 25 team.

Kevin wood

K 4 5-104 170 4 Freshman Butler, Pa. / Knoch HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete at Knoch that participated in football, soccer, and basketball… member of the Knights team that won the 2007 conference championship… two-time All-Conference as a placekicker… also a two-time All-Conference soccer player, as well as All-WPIAL… intends to major in Chemistry.

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Breaking it all down... ...by class: Freshmen ........................................................................................48 Sophomores....................................................................................30 Juniors ............................................................................................19 Seniors ............................................................................................10 ...by State: pennsylvania ..................................................................................73 Maryland..........................................................................................12 new Jersey ........................................................................................5 ohio ..................................................................................................3 hawaii................................................................................................3 indiana ..............................................................................................2 new york............................................................................................1 colorado ............................................................................................1 illinois ................................................................................................1 virginia ..............................................................................................1 washington, d.c. ..............................................................................1 california............................................................................................1

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The Stokes Club Give a Gift ... Build a Legacy Alumni, parents, friends, students, faculty and staff are among those who have generously supported the Saint Francis University Stokes Club. The Stokes club is an organization which provides assistance and support to student-athletes participating in our 21-sport Division I Athletics Program. Our student-athletes and coaches work hard to represent Saint Francis University, and you, in a positive manner yearround. With your recent contributions, Saint Francis Athletics has enjoyed improvements at DeGol Field, which also includes Fr. Bede Hines Track, and the Stokes Softball Field. Contributions have also helped to improved every day working conditions within the athletic department. We are extremely proud of our past athletic and academic accomplishments. However, with your help we can move forward and take our programs to even greater success in the classroom, in the community and in our competition. The future of Red Flash Athletics is very bright because you care about our student-athletes.

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9/5/09 at New Hampshire 9/12/09 MOREHEAD STATE 9/19/09 at Northern Iowa 9/26/09 at Wagner* 10/3/09 ALBANY* 10/10/09 at Sacred Heart* 10/17/09 at Robert Morris 10/24/09 DUQUESNE* 11/7/09 MONMOUTH* 11/14/09 at Bryant* 11/21/09 CENTRAL CONN. ST. * denotes conference game paSSinG

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playS 354 133 78 52 26 24 4 7 1 3 4 686 668 no. 53 34 15 7 7 6 5 4 4 3 2 1 1 1 143 130 RuShinG 484 7 518 23 139 0 91 0 0 55 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 3 0 0 -5 -45 1277 1908

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lG 44 23 31 20 12 21 10 22 20 6 8 13 8 1 44 60

avG/G 62.6 20.5 13.5 5.7 4.1 6.3 2.1 7.0 5.0 0.2 8.0 1.3 1.1 0.3 127.1 136.2

int. RetuRnS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 51 0 34 0 0 0 0 0 15 5 0 0 1 0 0 106 35

total 103.9 786 581 268 220 148 136 72 72 68 56 51 40 34 26 21 16 15 15 15 5 3 1 1 -5 -45 3741 4402

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puntinG no. Grant Price . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Matthew Parker . . . . . . . . . . .7 SAINT FRANCIS . . .66 Opponents . . . . . . . . .54

ScoRinG td Josh Thiel . . . . . . . . . . . .0 Jude Yearwood . . . . . . . .5 Kyle Harbridge . . . . . . . .4 Antoine Rivera . . . . . . . .4 John Kelly . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Calvin Williams . . . . . . . .1 Timmy Myers . . . . . . . . .1 Daniel Conley . . . . . . . . .1 Russel Fisher . . . . . . . . . .1 Josh Bentley . . . . . . . . . .1 Anthony Howze . . . . . . .1 Matt Johnson . . . . . . . . .1 Zak Campbell . . . . . . . . .0 SAINT FRANCIS 22 Opponents . . . . .37

yaRdS 2182 214 2396 2072

FG 7-15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 7-16 7-15

aveRaGe 37.0 30.6 35.2 38.4

lG 54 47 54 60

tB 1 0 1 6

{..........points after touchdown..........} KicK RuSh Rec. paSS 18-19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 19-20 0-1 0 0-1 30-32 1-2 2 2-3

Fc 10 3 13 3

i-20 12 1 13 13

dXp 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SaF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

BlK 2 0 2 0

ptS 39 30 24 24 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 0 172 281

punt RetuRnS no. Antoine Rivera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Omar Winston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Richard Rivera-Ortiz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Tony Armstead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . .21 Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29

yaRdS 90 20 0 0 110 195

aveRaGe 5.3 10.0 0.0 0.0 5.2 6.7

td 0 0 0 0 0 1

lG 14 16 0 0 16 27

KicKoFF RetuRnS no. Kyle Harbridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Calvin Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Jorden Davis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Daniel Grimes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Jake Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Ryan Zarnich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Scott Lewis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Ryan Revtai . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Tony Armstead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Antoine Rivera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . .47 Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

yaRdS 636 79 72 21 0 3 0 15 26 0 852 766

aveRaGe 24.5 15.8 14.4 7.0 0.0 1.5 0.0 15.0 26.0 0.0 18.1 23.9

td 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

lG 86 18 22 11 4 2 0 15 26 0 86 88

inteRceptionS no. Terrance Long . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Jordan Harper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Josh Bentley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Mike Horne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Russel Fisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Richard Rivera-Ortiz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . .13 Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

yaRdS 34 15 1 5 51 0 106 35

aveRaGe 6.8 5.0 0.5 5.0 51.0 0.0 8.2 3.9

td 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1

lG 27 15 1 5 51 0 51 25

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2 0 0 9 deFenSive leadeRS

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tFl-yaRdS

SacKS-yaRdS

pBu

FR-yaRdS

i

FF

Scott Lewis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51

67

118

9.0-21

4-15

4

0

0

Matthew Parker . . . . . . . . . . .46

57

103

16.0-49

7-22

3

1-0

1

Ryan Shepard . . . . . . . . . . . . .18

39

57

5.5-16

2-11

1

0

0

Russel Fisher . . . . . . . . . . . . .23

31

54

10.5-29

5-11

2

0

0

Jordan Harper . . . . . . . . . . . .22

29

51

0.5-1

0

4

0

0

Siafa Lavala . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

26

43

0

0

2

0

0

Ryan Revtai . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

27

43

0

0

1

2-2

1

Terrance Long . . . . . . . . . . . .17

16

33

0

0

10

0

0

Josh Bentley . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

12

29

2.5-3

0

5

0

0

Mike Horne . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

6

23

1.0-1

0

3

0

0

Zack Adams . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

19

23

1.5-3

1-1

0

0

0

Tyler Gillmen . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

14

22

0.5-1

1-1

0

1-0

0

Chris Shepard . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

12

18

2.5

11

1-9

1-0

0

Richard Rivera-Ortiz . . . . . . .8

10

18

1.0-1

1-0

5

1-0

1

Lindsey Jackson . . . . . . . . . . .5

10

15

3.5-20

3-15

0

0

0

Paul Print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

12

15

3.0-8

2-3

1

0

0

Kyle Harbridge . . . . . . . . . . . .8

7

15

0

0

0

1-0

2

Brent Sanders . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

7

14

0

0

1

0

0

Daniel Grimes . . . . . . . . . . . .5

9

14

0

0

0

0

0

Tony Armstead . . . . . . . . . . . .5

6

11

0.5-1

0

0

0

0

Taylor Holby . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

5

9

00

0

0

0

0

Tyrone Burke . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

5

7

0.5-1

0

0

0

0

Chad Iachini . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

4

6

0

0

0

0

0

William Houston . . . . . . . . . .1

2

3

0

0

0

1-0

0

Antoine Rivera . . . . . . . . . . . .2

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

Ryan Zarnich . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

Zak Campbell . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

Chris Drago . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

David Goodwin . . . . . . . . . . .1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Robert Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . .0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

Jared Colmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

Alen Averi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Jake Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

Dontre Merricks . . . . . . . . . . .0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

Kevin Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

Josh Thiel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

George Little . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

John Kelly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Nick Peterson . . . . . . . . . . . . .0

0

0

0

0

0

1-0

0

SAINT FRANCIS

323

439

762

62.5-196

21-100

29

9-2

5

Opponents

308

538

846

79-281

23-134

39

7-7

10

56

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Score By Quarters Saint Francis University Opponents

1 36 92

2 58 57

3 31 34

57

4 33 76

Saint Francis 172 15.6 149 58 71 20 1275 409 3.1 115.9 12 1398 278 143

opponent 281 25.5 178 98 66 14 1908 430 4.4 173.5 21 1498 238 130

9 5.0 9.8 127.1 7 2673 687 3.9 243.0 47/852/18.1 21/110/5.2 13/106/8.2 18/7 69/545 49.5 68/2396 35.2 32.1 32:05 39/161 24% 9/24 38% 21/100 22 7/16 19/20 14036 10/1404

13 6.3 11.5 136.2 13 3406 668 5.1 309.6 32/766/23.9 29/195/6.7 9/35/3.9 20/9 66/592 53.8 54/2072 38.4 34.1 27:48 42/137 31% 7/16 44% 23/134 37 7/15 30/32 45358 12/3780

ot 14 22

total 172 281

average 15.6 25.5


2 0 0 9 Saint FRanciS individual GaMe hiGhS Rushing Attempts: ...............23, Jude Yearwood vs. Duquesne ..........................................................23, Kyle Harbridge vs. CCSU Rushing Yardage: ...............167, Jude Yearwood vs. Duquesne TD Rushes:.....................................2, Jude Yearwood at Wagner Longest Running Play: .......65, Jude Yearwood vs. Duquesne Pass Attempts: .....................................44, John Kelly at Wagner Pass Completions: ..............................25, John Kelly at Wagner Passing Yardage:...............................301, John Kelly at Wagner TD Passes: ..............................................4, John Kelly at Wagner Long Pass:.............................44, John Kelly vs. Morehead State Receptions: ...................................10, Antoine Rivera at Wagner Receiving Yardage: ..................154, Antoine Rivera at Wagner TD Receptions: .............................3, Antoine Rivera at Wagner Field Goals: .............................................2, Josh Thiel at Wagner ....................................................................2, Josh Thiel vs. Albany Long Field Goal:..................................45, Josh Thiel at Wagner Punts:........................................11, Grant Price at Robert Morris Punting Avg.: ............................41.0, Grant Price vs. Duquesne Long Punt: ..........................54, Grant Price vs. Morehead State Long Punt Return: .........16, Omar Winston at Robert Morris Long Kickoff Return:..86 (TD), Kyle Harbridge at New Hampshire Tackles:................................................19, Scott Lewis vs. Albany Sacks:............................2.0, Matthew Parker vs. Morehead State .......................................2.0, Lindsey Jackson vs. Morehead State ..............................................................2.0, Scott Lewis vs. Albany Tackles For Loss: ............4.0, Matthew Parker at Sacred Heart .....................................................4.0, Ryan Revtai at Sacred Heart Interceptions:................................................................1, 13 times

opponent individual GaMe hiGhS Rushing Attempts: .......................27, David Sinisi, Monmouth Rushing Yardage: ................................239, Jerell Smith, Bryant TD Rushes:...............................4, Dominique Williams, Wagner Longest Running Play:.........................77, Jerell Smith, Bryant Pass Attempts:..........................31, Kevin Rombach, Duquesne Pass Completions:........................17, Kyle Frazier, Monmouth Passing Yardage: .............................177, Aubrey Norris, CCSU TD Passes:...................................................................2, five times Long Pass:....................................60, Sean Patterson, Duquesne Receptions: ....................................7, Connor Dixon, Duquesne ..........................................................................7, Josue Paul, CCSU Receiving Yardage: ....................93, D.J. Hord, Northern Iowa ........................................................................93, Josue Paul, CCSU TD Receptions: .............................2, D.J. Hord, Northern Iowa .......................................................................2, Matt Tracey, Bryant Field Goals: .............................3, Billy Hallgren, Northern Iowa Long Field Goal: .................40, Billy Hallgren, Northern Iowa Punts:.................................10, Nick Schirtzinger, Robert Morris Punting Avg.: .....................45.0, Kyle Bernard, Northern Iowa Long Punt: .........................60, Ryan Glasgow, New Hampshire Long Punt Return:...........527, Sonie Varmah, Northern Iowa ...................................................27, Dominique Williams, Wagner Long Kickoff Return:.......88, Jarred Herring, Northern Iowa Tackles:............................................17, Jose Gumbs, Monmouth Sacks:.......................................2.0, James Ruffin, Northern Iowa ..................................................2.0, Chansler Davis, Sacred Heart ..................................................2.0, Chris Roberts, Robert Morris Tackles For Loss:.................3.0, Chansler Davis, Sacred Heart ......................................................3.0, Mike Passodelis, Duquesne Interceptions: ............................................................1, nine times

teaM hiGhS Rushing Attempts: ...........................................53, vs. Duquesne Rushing Yardage: ...........................................409, vs. Duquesne Yards Per Rush:................................................7.7, vs. Duquesne TD Rushes:...........................................................4, vs. Duquesne Passing Attempts:...................................................44, at Wagner Pass Completions: ..................................................25, at Wagner Passing Yardage:...................................................301, at Wagner Yards Per Pass:........................................8.1, vs. Morehead State TD Passes: ..................................................................4, at Wagner Total Plays: ...............................................................86, at Wagner Total Offense: ........................................................452, at Wagner Yards Per Play:..................................................7.0, vs. Duquesne Points: ........................................................................48, at Wagner Sacks By:......................................................5, vs. Morehead State First Downs:.............................................................27, at Wagner Penalties: .........................................................10, at Sacred Heart Penalty Yards:.................................................95, at Sacred Heart Turnovers: ....................................................................4, at Bryant Interceptions By:.......................................3, at New Hampshire ........................................................................3, vs. Morehead State

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NEW HAMPSHIRE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

MOREHEAD STATE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

DURHAM, N.H. (Sept. 5, 2009) – The defense withstood an opening salvo and stood tall for three quarters, but the offense was unable to return the favor as the Saint Francis Red Flash dropped a 24-14 decision to the #8 New Hampshire Wildcats in the first game of the 2009 season.

LORETTO, Pa. (Sept. 12, 2009) – The defense forced four turnovers, the offense capitalized on its opportunities, and the Red Flash won their first game of 2009, shutting out the visiting Morehead State Eagles by a score of 31-0 on Saturday at DeGol Field in the 2009 home opener. It was the team’s first win since a 51-10 victory against La Salle on November 17, 2007.

The Wildcats dominated the first quarter, easily moving the ball down the field with running backs Sean Jellison and Dontra Peters. Just when it appeared they had stalled out in the red zone, a desperate Toman was flushed from the pocket and found Kevon Mason in the back of the end zone for the first score of the game at 10:16 of the first quarter. New Hampshire’s momentum continued as Sean Jellison caught a 30-yard pass from Toman. Tom Manning’s PAT gave the Wildcats a 14-0 lead with 6:06 remaining in the first half. After another Red Flash punt, Jellison would put the decisive score on the board when he took a handoff 70 yards for the score on just the second play of the drive, giving the Wildcats a 21-0 lead. Jellison finished with 149 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns. The Red Flash defense got a shot in the arm when freshman running back Kyle Harbridge (Easton, Pa./Easton Area) took a kickoff back 86 yards for his first collegiate touchdown. The defense played with newfound energy, constantly rushing Toman and forcing his receiver into two interceptions. Toman finished the game 11-for-23 for just 95 yards and three interceptions.

John Kelly (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora) led the team on three scoring drives, throwing two touchdowns and running for another. Kelly was 10-for-17 for 138 yards and no interceptions. With less than two minutes in the opening period and the game still scoreless, Kyle Harbridge (Easton, Pa./Easton Area) - who last week returned an 86-yard kickoff for a touchdown – forced a Donte Sawyer fumble on a punt return that was recovered by the Red Flash. Four plays later, Kelly found running back Jude Yearwood (Elkridge, Md./Howard) on an 18-yd pass play to give Saint Francis a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, the only points Saint Francis would need. The defense would set up the next score, and they wouldn’t waste any time; on the very next drive, Josh Bentley (Pittsburgh, Pa./Schenley) intercepted Eagles Quarterback Evan Sawyer. On the next play, Kelly hooked up with Antoine Rivera (Willingboro, N.J./Willingboro) on a 44-yard score to put the Flash up by two touchdowns.

After one such turnover, Kelly was finally able to move his team down the field. On a third-and-10 play with the first half drawing to a close, Kelly hit sophomore Anthony Howze (Upper Marlboro, Md./Riverdale Baptist) in the front of the end zone to make the score 24-14.

Morehead State would get the ball back and move down the field on the next drive. However, Bentley was there to thwart them again. The Eagles lined up for a 35-yard field goal that was blocked by Russel Fisher (Kailua, Hawaii/Mid Pac Institute). The ball was recovered by Bentley, who took it to the house to give Saint Francis a 21-0 lead. It marked the third straight time an Eagle drive ended with a Red Flash touchdown.

Unfortunately, though, that was how the score would until the end of the game, as both offenses stagnated in the face of intense defensive play. The Wildcats never again found the offensive touch they had in the first quarter; they gained 277 yards but just 52 two of those came after halftime. Likewise, the Red Flash gained just 80 yards in the second half.

The defense pressured the Eagles’ quarterbacks all afternoon, recording six sacks and seven additional QB pressures. Leading the way was linebacker Matthew Parker (Darlington, Pa./Blackhawk), who notched nine tackles and two sacks, and Fisher, who had three tackles, 1.5 sacks, and three QB pressures.

SCORE BY QUARTER 1 New Hampshire 21 Saint Francis 7

SCORE BY QUARTER 1 Morehead State 0 Saint Francis 7

2 3 7

3 0 0

4 0 0

FINAL 24 14

UNH 11 277 182 95 11-24-3 7-40.6 0-0 8-70

3 0 7

4 0 3

FINAL 0 31

SCORING SUMMARY SFU - Yearwood, 18yds, pass (Thiel kick) SFU - Rivera, 44yds, pass (Thiel kick) SFU - Bentley, 56yds, blocked FG return (Thiel kick) SFU - Kelly, 1yd, run (Thiel kick) SFU - Thiel, 40yds, field goal

SCORING SUMMARY UNH - Mason, 5yds, pass (Manning kick) UNH - Jellison, 30yds, pass (Manning kick) UNH - Jellison, 70yds, run (Manning kick) SFU - Harbridge, 86yds, kick return (Campbell kick) UNH- Manning, 35yds, field goal SFU - Howze, 15yds, pass (Thiel kick) TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

2 0 14

SFU 13 198 60 138 14-32-1 10-26.0 3-1 6-40

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: UNH - Jellison 23-for-125, Peters 7-for-56, Sweeney 2-for-minus 1 SFU - Williams 15-for-56, Yearwood 11-for-25, Harbridge 1-for-minus 1 Passing: UNH - Toman 11-for-23, 95 yards, 2 TD, 3 Int. - Decker 0-for-1, 0 yards, 0 TD, 0 Int. SFU - Kelly 13-for-30, 133 yards, 1 TD, 1 Int. Receiving: UNH - Jellison 3-for 24, Mason 3-for-17, Greene 2-for-11 SFU - Rivera 6-for-72, Winston 5-for-31, Howze 1-for-15, Tackles: UNH - Ware 8, Souza 7, Peters 7, Young 7, Klein 5 SFU - Parker 17, Lewis 7, Fisher 5, R. Shepard 5, Horne 3

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

MSU 10 152 24 128 14-32-3 5-39.2 4-2 5-44

SFU 10 180 42 138 10-17-0 7-39.6 0-0 8-50

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: MSU - Phillips 4-for-18, Pendleton 4-for-9, Cox 3-for-9, SFU - Yearwood 16-for-28, Conley 2-for-15, Williams 10-for-9, Passing: MSU - Sawyer 14-for-28, 128 yards, 0 TD, 2 Int. - Phillips, 0-for-4, 0 yards, 0 TD, 1 Int. SFU - Kelly 10-for-17, 138 yards, 1 TD, 0 Int. Receiving: MSU - McDermott 5-for-46, D. Sawyer 2-for-8, M. Sawyer 1-for-41 SFU - Rivera 3-for-93, Winston 2-for-18, Martella 2-for-16 Tackles: MSU - Ballard 10, Doan 9, McDermott 7, Bachman 5, Hall 5 SFU - Lewis 9, R. Shepard 8, Parker 8, Revtai 7, Harbridge 5

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week 4 - 9/26/09

NORTHERN IOWA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

WAGNER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (Sept. 19, 2009) – Despite putting forth a first-half where they went toe-to-toe with one of the best teams in the country, the Saint Francis Red Flash were unable to muster enough offense against the #3 Northern Iowa Panthers, dropping a 30-0 decision in their final tune-up before the Northeast Conference schedule begins. The Panthers were ranked by three different polls as #4, #3, and #1 in Football Championship Subdivision. It was an inauspicious opening quarter for the Red Flash; Panther kick returner Jarred Herring took the opening kick 88 yards for a score, with nary a hand laid on him. After a Saint Francis three-and-out, Panther quarterback Pat Grace orchestrated a 67-yard drive that culminated in a touchdown pass to receiver D.J. Hord. In less than five minutes, the score was 14-0 in favor of UNI.

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. (Sept. 26, 2009) – A three-overtime shootout turned into heartbreak for the Red Flash football team, as it watched a 17-point lead evaporate in the fourth quarter of a 56-48 loss to the Wagner Seahawks at Wagner College Field in Staten Island, N.Y. The teams combined for a high-powered 104 points in both teams’ Northeast Conference openers. But the Wagner Seahawks, who were held to just 14 points through three quarters, revved up the offense and scored 20 points in the final regulation quarter on what was a previously-stout Saint Francis defense. Alternately, the Seahawk defense that had been gashed by long runs all day tightened up and closed the Red Flash rushing lanes that had been so wide earlier. Despite falling behind, 34-31, with 2:10 remaining in regulation, Red Flash freshman quarterback John Kelly (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora) drove his team down field and freshman kicker Josh Thiel (Leesburg, Va. / Heritage) nailed a 20-yard field goal as time expired to force overtime.

Freshman quarterback John Kelly (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora) finished 15-of-25 for 107 yards and was sacked three times. Four of those passes went Antoine Rivera (Willingboro, N.J./Willingboro) for a total of 47 yards. Rivera needs just 54 yards to pass Luke Palko for second all-time in receiving yards in Saint Francis history.

Initially tied at 34, the two offenses would explode in bonus time. The first two overtime periods ended with four touchdowns, as each team went to its bread and butter to reach the endzone. However, the third time proved to be the charm for the Seahawks. Williams broke a 17-yard run to the endzone in the third overtime period, and Doscher notched the two-point conversion to give his team the final score, 56-48. The game ended when Kelly’s mad dash to the first-down stick on fourth down was stopped a yard shy, quashing the hopes of the Red Flash.

Junior linebacker Scott Lewis (South Fork, Pa./Bishop McCort) led the team with 11 tackles, while fellow ‘backer Ryan Shepard (Kittanning, Pa./Kittanning) had ten total stops and a sack. Sophomore defensive back Jorden Harper (McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport) intercepted a pass in the second quarter, making it the third straight game the Red Flash have finished in the positive in turnovers.

Until the third quarter, however, the game had been playing out very differently. Jude Yearwood (Elkridge, Md./Howard) had the best rushing day of his career, carrying 20 times for 118 yards and two of the first three Red Flash touchdowns. Yearwood racked up most of his yardage in the first three quarters before the Seahawks began to plug those holes.

SCORE BY QUARTER 1 UNI 14 Saint Francis 0

2 0 0

3 13 0

4 3 0

FINAL 30 0

SCORING SUMMARY UNI - Herring, 88yds, kickoff return (Hallgren kick) UNI - Hord, 2yds, pass (Hallgren kick) UNI - Hallgren, 40yds, field goal UNI - Hord, 57yds, pass (Hallgren kick) UNI - Hallgren, 27yds, field goal UNI - Hallgren, 31yds, field goal TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

UNI 30 382 215 167 10-18-1 3-45.0 0-0 6-45

SFU 0 147 40 107 15-25-0 9-39.8 1-0 5-46

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: UNI - Law 19-for-139, Anderson 13-for-67, Strathman 3-for-7 SFU - Conley 6-for-22, Williams 5-for-10, Harbridge 6-for-9 Passing: UNI - Grace 10-for-18, 167 yards, 2 TD, 1 Int. SFU - Kelly 15-for-25, 107 yards, 0 TD, 0 Int. Receiving: VMI- Hord 4-for-93, Turner 3-for-30, Herring 1-for-30 SFU - Rivera 4-for-47, Howze 4-for-22, Winston 3-for-5 Tackles: UNI - Fort 8, Ruffin 7, Conley 6, Lane 6, Hodge 5 SFU - Lewis 11, R. Shepard 10, Parker 8, Long 7, Fisher 5

SCORE BY QUARTER 1 Wagner 7 Saint Francis 10

2 0 7

3 7 14

4 20 3

OT 22 14

SCORING SUMMARY SFU - Thiel, 45yds, field goal (tied school record) Wagner - Williams, 14yds, run (Lopez kick) SFU - Yearwood, 2yds, run (Thiel kick) SFU - Rivera, 15yds, pass (Thiel kick) SFU- Johnson, 22yds, pass (Thiel) Wagner - Doscher, 5yds, run (Lopez kick) SFU - Yearwood, 3yds, run (Thiel kick) Wagner - Williams, 2yds, run (Lopez kick) Wagner - Doscher, 1yd, run (Lopez kick) Wagner - Placide, 0yd, blocked punt return (Doscher rush failed) SFU - Thiel, 20yds, field goal Wagner - Williams, 3yds, run (Lopez kick) SFU - Rivera, 25yds, pass (Thiel kick) SFU - Rivera, 15yds, pass (Thiel kick) Wagner - Doscher, 6yds, run (Lopez kick) Wagner - Williams, 17yds, run (Doscher rush is good) TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

WAGNER 18 355 257 98 5-11-1 4-42.0 1-1 5-50

SFU 27 452 151 301 25-44-0 5-22.4 1-0 8-53

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: WC - Doscher 20-for-144, Williams 21-for-102, Woods 1-for-5 SFU - Yearwood 20-for-118, Kelly 12-for-14, Conley 3-for-13 Passing: WC - Doscher 5-for-11, 98 yards, 0 TD, 1 Int. SFU - Kelly 25-for-44, 301 yards, 4 TD, 0 Int. Receiving: WC - Woods 2-for 35, Collins 1-for-35, Mizell 1-for-15 SFU - Rivera 10-for-154, Winston 6-for-33, Johnson 3-for-53 Tackles: WC - Prime 12, Joseph 11, Harkins 9, Brown 8, Stanford 6 SFU - Parker 12, Lewis 7, Bentley 5, Gillmen 4, Harper 4

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ALBANY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

SACRED HEART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

LORETTO, Pa. (Oct. 3, 2009) - Facing an opponent with a stifling defense and a dominant running attack, the Saint Francis Red Flash dropped a 27-6 decision to the Albany Great Danes at DeGol Field on Saturday. The loss marked the third in a row for the Red Flash, and was the 11th straight loss to the Great Danes.

Fairfield, Conn. (Oct. 10, 2009) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A number of game-changing penalties doomed a late Saint Francis rally, and the Red Flash fell to the Sacred Heart Pioneers 29-7 in a sloppy affair in Fairfield on Saturday.

Albany came to Loretto with an impressive defensive pedigree, having not surrendered a touchdown since the first half of their 20-16 win against #20 Maine on September 19. They continued that dominance in a similar fashion by not allowing the Red Flash into the endzone, despite a pair of Saint Francis trips inside the 5-yard line in the first half. The first resulted in quarterback John Kelly (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora) getting stopped short on the 4th-and-1 on the 5, while the other saw receiver Omar Winston (Cleveland, Ohio/Cleveland South) stopped at the 1 on third down, forcing the Red Flash to kick a field goal. Kelly would finish 17-for-29 passing for 176 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions. The interceptions were the first Kelly had thrown since the final quarter of the Sept. 5 game against New Hampshire. Overall, this was the first game in which Saint Francis had a negative turnover differential (-2; they had been +9 entering the game). The defense faced some serious headaches from the Albany offensive attack, but a bright spot could be found in the performance of linebacker Scott Lewis (South Fork, Pa./Bishop McCort). Lewis finished with 19 tackles, a season-high both for himself and the team, and also recorded a pair of sacks. Also of note was Richard Rivera-Ortiz (Philadelphia, Pa./Abraham Lincoln), getting his first start of the season at cornerback. He had six tackles, one sack, three pass deflections and a fumble recovery. SCORE BY QUARTER 1 Albany 10 Saint Francis 3

2 7 3

3 7 0

4 3 0

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SCORING SUMMARY Albany - McCarty, 5yds, run (Glass kick) SFU - Thiel, 30yds, field goal Albany - Glass, 38yds, field goal Albany - Bush, 9yds, pass (Glass kick) SFU - Thiel, 18yds, field goal Albany - McCarty, 14yds, run (Glass kick) Albany - Glass, 27yds, kick TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

ALBANY 21 389 257 132 13-25-0 5-39.8 1-1 6-77

The game featured 19 penalties for 180 yards, including 10 called against the Red Flash. Those penalties, in addition to other mental miscues, haunted the Red Flash from beginning to end. The game open rather inauspiciously for the Flash, as their very first possession of the game was a three-and-out that was punctuated by a snap sailing over the head of punter Grant Price (Huntertown, Ind./Carroll) and through the back of the endzone for a safety. It would be a harbinger of things to come. The teams then traded three-and-outs before Pioneer quarterback Dale Fink connected with noted Red Flash antagonist Steve Tedesco for an eight-yard touchdown catch to put the Pioneers up 9-0 in the first quarter. That lead would reach 22-0 before long, as the Pioneers continued to pound the ball on the Red Flash. Quarterback John Kelly (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora) began operating a no-huddle offense, moving the team down the field. On a fourth-and-10 from the Sacred Heart 35, Kelly completed a 16-yard pass to Antoine Rivera (Willingboro, N.J./Willingboro) to the 19. An 18-yard strike to Rivera would bring them to the 1 before Kelly called his own number to cut the deficit to 22-7. The game took a true turn to the ugly in the second half, as neither team was able to make much hay against the other. The Red Flash offense still proved unable to punch it in, but the defense shut out the Pioneers in the third quarter and through part of the fourth. SCORE BY QUARTER 1 Sacred Heart 9 Saint Francis 0

2 13 7

3 0 0

4 7 0

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SCORING SUMMARY SHU - Safety SHU - Tedesco, 8yds, pass (Fisher kick) SHU - Friedman, 63yds, run (Fisher kick failed) SHU - Coles, 20yds, run (Plescow kick) SFU - Kelly, 1yd, run (Thiel kick) SHU - Friedman, 3yds, run (Plescow kick) SFU 15 255 79 176 17-29-2 5-39.8 1-1 1-5

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: AU - McCarty 25-for-170, Gannon 11-for-72, Smith 4-for-23 SFU - Yearwood 13-for-34, Kelly 11-for-16, Harbridge 4-for-15 Passing: AU - Esposito 13-for-25, 132 yards, 1 TD, 0 Int. SFU - Kelly 17-for-29, 176 yards, 0 TD, 2 Int. Receiving: AU - Bush 5-for-51, Kircher 2-for-27, Poore 2-for-20 SFU - Winston 7-for-67, Rivera 4-for-47, Howze 3-for-23 Tackles: AU - Duff 9, Brancaccio 7, Morgan 6, Kinsey 6, Casale 5 SFU - Lewis 19, Parker 12, Harper 12, R. Shepard 10, Lavala 7

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

SHU 19 329 206 123 19-38-0 5-32.8 1-1 9-85

SFU 13 180 -3 183 14-22-1 6-39.5 1-0 10-95

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: SHU - Friedman 14-for-134, Coles 15-fo-57, Tedesco 1-for-10 SFU - Yearwood 10-for-27, Conley 3-for-9, Harbridge 3-for-0 Passing: SHU - Fink 14-for-22, 123 yards, 1 TD, 1 Int. SFU - Kelly 19-for-38, 183 yards, 0 TD, 0 Int. Receiving: SHU - Rossi 4-for-27, Tedesco 3-for-71, Jamiel 3-for-20 SFU - Rivera 8-for-94, Winston 4-for-23, Howze 3-for-29 Tackles: SHU - Davis 9, Veix 7, Flumere 6, Mandas 5, Covington 4 SFU - Lewis 10, Parker 9, Revtai 9, Bentley 6, Fisher 6

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ROBERT MORRIS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

DUQUESNE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. (Oct. 17, 2009) – The Red Flash offense was unable to gain any traction for the third straight week, falling to the Robert Morris Colonials 28-0 on a dreary day in Moon Township on Saturday. The play on the field mirrored the cold, wet conditions, as neither offense was able to mount much of an attack. The two teams combined for just 420 total yards of offense; to put this in perspective, the Red Flash posted 452 yards on their own against the Wagner Seahawks on September 26.

LORETTO, Pa. (Oct. 24, 2009) – The dormant Saint Francis ground game posted one of the best days in school history as the Red Flash rolled over the Duquesne Dukes 31-14 in the first night game ever played at DeGol Field.

The Colonials would get the only points they would need in the second quarter, when a short Grant Price (Huntertown, Ind./Carroll) punt gave RMU the ball at the SFU 46. Eight plays later, running back Josh Keil would carry the ball into the end zone from three yards out to put the Colonials ahead. Garrett Clawson’s extra point made the score 7-0. Overall, the Red Flash defense acquitted itself very well, allowing just the one touchdown in the first half. Despite allowing the three touchdowns, the defense only yielded 247 offensive yards to the Colonials. Russel Fisher (Kailua, Hawaii/Mid Pac Institute) had one of his best days of the season, notching a season-high 10 tackles, including 2.5 for a loss. Matthew Parker (Darlington, Pa./Blackhawk) also had a strong day, recording nine tackles – 2.5 for a loss – one sack, one pass breakup, and two quarterback hurries. He also authored one of the biggest “wow” moments of the day when he crushed RMU quarterback Jeff Sinclair in the third quarter just as he was releasing the ball, with the impact resembling a high-speed car crash. SCORE BY QUARTER 1 RMU 0 SFU 0

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3 7 0

4 14 0

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SCORING SUMMARY RMU - Keil, 3yds, run (Clawson kick) RMU - Bathold, 25yds, interception return (Clawson kick) RMU - Sinclair, 1yd, run (Clawson kick) RMU - Cromwell, 1yd, run (Clawson kick) TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

RMU 12 247 124 123 6-17-1 10-39.7 3-1 4-43

SFU 8 173 99 74 11-28-2 11-34.4 2-1 8-75

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: RMU - Russ 14-for-48, Johnson 8-for-32, Cromwell 8-for-21 SFU - Yearwood 10-for-31, Williams 7-for-28, Kelly 10-for-22 Passing: RMU - Sinclair 6-for-17, 123 yards, 0 TD, 1 Int. SFU - Kelly 11-for-28, 74 yards, 0 TD, 2 Int. Receiving: RMU - King 3-for-56, Coleman 2-for-21, Evers 1-for-46 SFU - Yearwood 5-for-30, Rivera 2-for-27, Winston 2-for-15 Tackles: RMU - Navarro 7, Roberts 6, Milanak 6, Nearhoof 5, DiMichele 5 SFU - Lewis 11, Fisther 10, Parker 9, Harper 5, Bentley 5

The Flash ran for 409 total yards, second-most for a single game in school history and most ever against a Division I opponent. Junior Jude Yearwood (Elkridge, Md./Howard) and freshman Kyle Harbridge (Easton, Pa./Easton Area) posted career-highs of 167 and 150 yards, respectively; it was the first time two SFU players broke the century mark since Todd Harris and Ricky Taylor did it against Sacred Heart on September 11, 2004, a 35-28 victory. SFU also allowed just 16 yards on the ground, which was second-best in school history. Playing without regular starting quarterback John Kelly (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora), the Flash turned to freshman Tim Myers (Ebensburg, Pa./Central Cambria), who came to Saint Francis as a linebacker and has spent only the past few weeks as an emergency quarterback. To ease the pressure on Myers, the coaching staff relied on the run game, and it paid huge dividends. Saint Francis dominated the time of possession battle, 36:49 to 23:11, and averaged 7.0 yards per play. Those numbers were bolstered by Yearwood and Harbridge, who each had long runs of over 60 yards to their credit. Running back Calvin Williams (Cleveland, Ohio/Cleveland South) and Omar Winston (Cleveland, Ohio/Cleveland South) also added 42 and 26 rushing yards, respectively. On defense, SFU was led by junior linebacker Scott Lewis (South Fork, Pa./Bishop McCort), who notched 10 tackles, 0.5 TFL, one pass deflection and one quarterback hurry. Lewis also continued his march through the Red Flash career record books; his 352 tackles are just 25 shy of passing Matt Farabaugh for the school’s career-record in the category. SCORE BY QUARTER 1 Duquesne 0 Saint Francis 0

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SCORING SUMMARY SFU - Myers, 9yds, run (Thiel kick) SFU - Yearwood, 1yd, run (Thiel kick) SFU - Thiel, 20yds, field goal SFU - Harbridge, 60yds, run (Thiel kick) DUQ - Dixon, 20yds, pass (Rombach pass failed) SFU - Williams, 1yd, run (Thiel kick) DUQ - Roorback, 23yds, pass (Rasky pass from Rombach good) TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

DUQ 15 255 16 239 21-41-1 5-38.2 1-0 4-26

SFU 16 445 409 36 7-11-1 3-41.0 2-0 5-43

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: DUQ - Rombach 3-for-20, Williams 7-for-17, McCoy 3-for-11 SFU - Yearwood 23-for-167, Harbridge 12-for-150, Williams 9-for-42 Passing: DUQ - Rombach 16-for-31, 139 yards, 2 TD, 1 Int. - Patterson 5-for-10, 100 yards, 0 TD, 0 Int. SFU - Myers 7-for-11, 0 TD, 1 Int. Receiving: DUQ - Dixon 7-for-68, Roorback 5-for-38, Rasky 4-for-33 SFU - Rivera 4-for-21, Conley 2-for-11, Williams 1-for-4 Tackles: DUQ - Milhouse 14, Latimer 14, Passodelis 9, Bangura 9, Melhado 6 SFU - Lewis 10, Revtai 8, Grimes 7, Long 6, R. Shepard 4

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week 9 - 11/7/09 MONMOUTH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

BRYANT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

LORETTO, Pa. (Nov. 7, 2009) – A late Daniel Conley (Burgettstown, Pa./Burgettstown) touchdown was not enough to spark a Red Flash comeback as Saint Francis fell to the Monmouth Hawks 24-10 on a sunny Homecoming in Loretto.

SMITHFIELD, R.I. (Nov. 14, 2009) – An unexpected offensive explosion in the first half gave way to defensive trench warfare as the Saint Francis Red Flash fell 35-12 to the Bryant Bulldogs in a muddy road finale in Rhode Island.

The Hawks victory was spurred by senior running back David Sinisi, who has long been a thorn in the side of his Northeast Conference opponents. The big running back from Cedar Grove, N.J. is the conference’s all-time leading rusher, using a style that combines grit and quickness to gash his opponents. Sinisi finished with 168 yards on 27 carries, as well as 11 yards on four catches. He finished with two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving).

The Red Flash and the Bulldogs entered this game ranked second and fourth in the conference, respectively, in total defense. Neither team was prepared for what was to come in the first quarter, as the two teams combined for four touchdowns in the opening stanza.

Saint Francis and Monmouth traded field goals on each of their opening drives, but the Hawks were the first to reach the end zone. At 3:54 of the first quarter, Monmouth quarterback Kyle Frazier eluded a rushing Tyler Gillmen (Tyrone, Pa./Tyrone) and found Sinisi from nine yards out to make the score 10-3. After Josh Thiel (Leesburg, Va/Heritage) had his 34-yard field goal attempt blocked, the Hawks went back on the offensive. They launched an eight-play, 80yard drive that culminated when Frazier threw his second touchdown of the game, this time to Ryan Folsom, to make the score 16-3 (the extra point was missed). The SFU offense was able to move the ball fairly effectively, gaining 283 total yards, including a nine-carry, 88-yard performance from running back Kyle Harbridge (Easton, Pa./Easton) that featured his third 50+ yard run in two games. However, two botched field goals (one block, one bad snap) ultimately caught up to them as the Flash were unable to reach the end zone until Conley’s 1-yard plunge late in the fourth quarter. That made the score 24-10 with less than three minutes to play, which Monmouth ran out to seal the victory. SCORE BY QUARTER 1 Monmouth 10 Saint Francis 3

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SCORING SUMMARY MU - Delvento, 34yds, field goal SFU - Thiel, 32yds, field goal MU - Sinisi, 9yds, pass (Delvento kick) MU - Folsom, 10yds, pass (Delvento kick failed) MU - Sinisi, 1yd, run (Delvento kick) SFU - Conley, 1yd, run (Thiel kick) TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

MONMOUTH 24 357 229 128 17-21-0 1-23.0 0-0 4-30

SFU 14 283 141 142 12-19-1 0-0.0 1-0 5-43

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: MU - Sinisi 27-for-168, Giles 9-for-64, Frazier 3-for-0 SFU - Harbridge 9-for-88, Yearwood 16-for-46, Kelly 7-for-15 Passing: MU - Frazier 17-for-21, 128 yards, 2 TD, 0 Int. SFU - Kelly 12-for-19, 142 yards, 0 TD, 1 Int. Receiving: MU - George 5-for-55, Sinisi 4-for-11, Folsom 3-for-23 SFU - Rivera 6-for-66, Harbridge 2-for-5, Howze 1-for-31 Tackles: MU - Gumbs 17, Phillips 10, Valenti 10, Bonturi 9, Haley 7 SFU - Lavala 12, Lewis 12, Parker 10, R. Shepard 9, Harper 9

The scoring opened when Bulldog tailback Jerell Smith carried five times for 77 yards on Bryant’s opening drive, carrying the ball in from 23 yards out to put the home team on the scoreboard 7-0. After Jude Yearwood (Elkridge, Md./Howard) fumbled the first SFU offensive play at his own 24, Smith carried three more times for 24 yards and another touchdown. The Flash would counter immediately, though; on their very next snap, Kyle Harbridge (Easton, Pa./Easton) busted loose on his fourth 50+ yard run in three games, recording a 62-yard run to the endzone to pull his team within one score. Harbridge finished with 114 yards on 14 carries, his second 100-yard game in his past three. Yearwood would add a 15-yard touchdown run on the first drive of the second quarter to make it 21-12, but the Flash would be unable to convert the two-point attempt. Bryant would score touchdowns on the next two possessions to make it 35-12, and that is what the score would remain for the rest of the game. SCORE BY QUARTER 1 Bryant 21 Saint Francis 6

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SCORING SUMMARY Bryant - Smith, 23yds, run (Bird kick) Bryant - Smith, 20yds, run (Bird kick) SFU - Harbridge, 62yds, run (Myers rush failed) Bryant - Tracey, 25yds, pass (Bird kick) SFU - Yearwood, 15yds, run (Kelly pass failed) Bryant - Tracey, 9yds, pass (Bird kick) Bryant - Smith, 77yds, run (Bird kick) TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

BRYANT 17 392 304 88 8-12-0 4-36.5 7-2 8-70

SFU 9 133 131 2 2-13-1 7-38.4 5-3 7-57

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: BRY - Smith, 23-for-239, Canfora 7-for-28, Aponte 2-for-25 SFU - Harbridge 17-for-114, Yearwood 7-for-18, Conley 2-for-2 Passing: BRY - Croce 8-for-11, 88, 2 TD, 0 Int. SFU - Kelly 2-for-12, 2 yards, 0 TD, 2 Int. - Myers 0-for-1, 0 yards, 0 TD, 0 Int. Receiving: BRY - Mastrino 3-for-40, Tracey 2-for-34, Wilson 2-for-4 SFU - Harbridge 1-for-3, Winston 1-for-(-1) Tackles: BRY - Gauthier 6, Whyte 5, Bryant 5, Riffe 5, Polomski 5 SFU - Parker 9, Lewis 8, Armstead 4, Jackson 3, Horne 3

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week 11 - 11/21/10 CENTRAL CONN. STATE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 SAINT FRANCIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 LORETTO, Pa. (Nov. 21, 2009) – An emotional Senior Day nearly led to the biggest upset of the season, but a missed extra point attempt bit the Red Flash Football team late in the fourth quarter as Saint Francis fell to the CCSUe State Blue Devils 14-13 in Loretto. Trailing 13-6 with 4:52 to play in the fourth quarter, the Blue Devils marched 75 yards on just seven plays, capping it off with a two-yard touchdown run by Eric Richardson to make the score 14-13. That the Flash had just 13 points as opposed to 14 was because of a bobbled exchange on an extra point just a few minutes previous. Saint Francis had taken the lead over the Blue Devils early in the fourth quarter when freshman running back Kyle Harbridge (Easton, Pa./Easton) broke off a 31-yard touchdown run. Harbridge carried several players on his shoulders into the end zone, giving the Flash a 13-7 lead. However, a mishandled exchange between the longsnapper and holder Tim Myers (Ebensburg, Pa./Central Cambria) led to a missed extra point, a miscue CCSU would later exploit on Richardson’s touchdown. History was made in the first quarter when Scott Lewis (South Fork, Pa./Bishop McCort) passed Matt Farabaugh for first-place on the school’s career tackles list. Lewis recorded 14 stops against the Blue Devils, giving him 386 for his career with one more season of eligibility. The Northeast Conference record for tackles is 447, set by Kayode Mayowa. The defense allowed just 271 yards, including just 57 yards to James Mallory, the second-leading rusher in the NEC. Norris finished 11-for-15 for 177 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. His counterpart, the Red Flash’s John Kelly (Frederick, Md./Tuscarora), finished 11-for-22 for 101 yards and one interception. Antoine Rivera (Willingboro, N.J./Willingboro) wrapped up his career with a sixcatch, 68-yard day. His first catch of the game vaulted him over former Monmouth Hawks and current Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin for seventh place in Northeast Conference career receptions. SCORE BY QUARTER 1 CCSU 0 Saint Francis 0

2 7 7

3 0 0

4 7 6

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SCORING SUMMARY CCSU - Paul, 46yds, pass (Bakker kick) SFU - Fisher, 51yds, interception return (Thiel kick) SFU - Harbridge, 31yds, run (kick blocked) CCSU - Richardson, 2yds, run (Bakker kick) TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Total Offense Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes (C-A-I) Punts-Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

CCSU 14 271 94 177 11-15-2 5-33.8 2-1 7-52

SFU 15 227 126 101 11-22-1 5-36.6 1-1 6-38

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: CCSU - Mallory 24-for-57, Richardson 3-for-24, Fowler 3-for-17 SFU - Harbridge 23-for-95, Yearwood 7-for-24, Rivera 1-for-7 Passing: CCSU - Norris, 11-for-15, 177 yards, 1 TD, 2 Int. SFU - Kelly, 11-for-22, 101 yards, 0 TD, 1 Int. Receiving: CCSU - Paul 7-for-93, Mallory 2-for-23, Colagiovanni 1-for-50 SFU - Rivera 6-for-68, Winston 3-for-17, Conley 2-for-16 Tackles: CCSU - Rush 13, Briody 10, Arnold 10, Marino 8, Johnson 7 SFU - Lewis 14, Parker 9, Fisher 7, Revtai 6, Lavala 5

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By providing opportunities for student-athletes to achieve their fullest potential both in athletic competition and in the classroom, the Northeast Conference (NEC) has charted a course of steady growth since its inception in 1981. Now in its 29th year of service, the NEC’s new Strategic Plan has established a blueprint for the future as the Conference strives toward becoming an NCAA Division I leader for athletic success, academic achievement and integrity, sportsmanship, equity and diversity, community partnership and national engagement.

More widely-recognized than ever, the NEC is providing a number of new ways in which its growing fan base can follow the action.

The NEC can trace its roots back to 1981, when the league was first established as the men’s basketball-only ECAC-Metro Conference. A single-sport entity at its inception, even the league’s most ardent supporters during its formative years could not have envisioned a transformation into a burgeoning 12-member, 22-sport conference. The remarkable success story of the conference began to unfold in 1985, when the league began sponsoring additional sports. Three years later, a change of name was in order and the Northeast Conference as we know it today was born. With membership and sport sponsorship continuing to grow over the next 20 years, the NEC now enjoys qualification or play-in access to 13 different NCAA Championships (baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, field hockey, men’s and women’s golf, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball). Though the NEC has featured various looks since its inception, charter members Fairleigh Dickinson, Long Island, Robert Morris, St. Francis (NY), Saint Francis (PA) and Wagner remain part of the current 12-school alignment. They are joined by Monmouth (admitted in 1985), Mount St. Mary’s (1989), Central Connecticut State (1997), Quinnipiac (1998) and Sacred Heart (1999). NEC expansion continues with the addition of Bryant University in 2012 as the league’s 12th member, which will give the league a six-state geographic footprint with access to such major media markets as New York City, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Hartford and Providence. NEC member institutions now compete in 22 championship sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, women’s bowling, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, women’s swimming, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. Men’s lacrosse will begin competition this season and officially become the league’s 23rd sport in 2010-11.

The Conference began by fulfilling its strategic plan-driven new media initiatives in 2008-09 when it launched its own YouTube channel, created NEC On The Run podcast segments, and added NEC Flashbacks, a video on-demand archive, to its website. More recently, the league dove into the social media arena by launching a Facebook page and offering periodic news updates via Twitter. To supplement one of the premier regional basketball television packages in the country, the conference also produces a football package and a preseason basketball show entitled NEC Countdown to Tipoff. Over the last five years, the Conference has televised nearly 150 events, as the league’s coverage area expanded to over 50 million homes. Along with flagship station MSG Network, other regional television partners include MSG Plus, FSN-Pittsburgh, MASN, Fox College Sports, Cox Cable and the Connecticut Sports Network. In 2009, ESPN broadcast the men’s basketball championship game for the 22nd straight year, while ESPNU carried the women’s championship game, marking the second time in as many years that the women’s contest reached a nationwide audience. Further enhancing its multimedia efforts, the league will begin webstreaming a women’s basketball game of the week in 2009-10, and raise the number of NEC championship webcasts from five to eight. a c ad emi c Su c c es s The Northeast Conference’s commitment to academic excellence translated into national recognition for both individual student-athletes and the league’s member institutions as a whole. NEC student-athletes graduated at an 83.8 percent rate, which is well above the national average of 78 percent according to NCAA Graduation Success Rate (GSR) data. Likewise, a total of 19 NEC teams garnered public recognition from the NCAA for their latest Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. The league placed 42 representatives on ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams, five of whom went onto garner Academic AllAmerica Honors. The first team honorees were Fairleigh Dickinson’s Matt Maher (baseball), who was a third team recipient in 2008, and Wagner’s Andrea Lazzari (softball). Saint Francis (PA)’s Erin Reifsteck (field hockey, second team), Monmouth’s Ben Evenden (tennis, third team) and CCSU’s Yan Klukowski (soccer, third team) were also honored for their academic and athletic performance. Evenden was a nominee for the prestigious Rhodes Scholar Award, while Wagner swimmer Alexandra Tomlinson was awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. On a conference-wide level, more than 2,000 student-athletes qualified for the NEC Academic Honor

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the noRtheaSt conFeRence Roll, nearly a 25 percent increase from the previous year. Saint Francis (PA) posted the highest GPA in the conference to claim the NEC Institutional Academic Award for the first time. athletic Success Reinforcing its presence on a national stage, the Northeast Conference sent representatives to NCAA Championship events in 14 different team sports while NEC student-athletes individually qualified to compete for an NCAA title in men’s outdoor track & field. In its longstanding effort to increase student-athlete opportunities, the Conference began sponsoring women’s bowling as a championship sport and immediately grabbed national headlines for its successful inaugural season. Five of the league’s seven bowling members occupied a spot in the final regular season edition of the NTCA Top-20 Poll with No. 2 Fairleigh Dickinson defeating top-seeded Nebraska to advance all the way to the semifinal round of the NCAA Women’s Bowling Championship. Lock Haven found itself ranked amongst the nation’s Top-25 as it marched toward its third consecutive NEC field hockey title.

2009 nec FootBall StandinGS Team NEC Pct. Overall Pct. Home Away 1. CCSU 7-1 .875 9-3 .750 4-0 5-3 6-2 .750 7-4 .636 4-1 3-3 2. Albany 5-3 .625 6-5 .545 3-2 3-3 3. Wagner Robert Morris 5-3 .625 5-6 .455 3-2 2-4 5. Bryant 4-4 .500 5-6 .455 3-2 2-4 Monmouth 4-4 .500 5-6 .455 2-3 3-3 7. Duquesne 2-6 .250 3-8 .273 2-3 1-5 Sacred Heart 2-6 .250 2-8 .200 2-3 0-5 9. Saint Francis 1-7 .125 2-9 .182 2-3 0-6

In football, Albany became the first NEC team in nearly a decade to post back-to-back undefeated seasons within league play. In a game televised nationally on the YES Network, the Great Danes blanked Pioneer Football League champion Jacksonville, 28-0, in the third annual Gridiron Classic. Robert Morris men’s basketball, which has won 50 games and two NEC regular season crowns in two years under head coach Mike Rice, captured its league-best sixth NEC title with a 48-46 last-second victory over Mount St. Mary’s before a nationwide ESPN2 television audience and a school-record crowd at the Charles L. Sewall Center. On the heels of its perfect (18-0) run through the NEC women’s basketball schedule and second NEC Tournament title in four years, Sacred Heart gave third-seeded Ohio State all it could handle in NCAA first round play.

2009 nec poStSeaSon awaRdS Offensive Player-of-the-Year: James Mallory, CCSU Defensive Player-of-the-Year: Jose Gumbs, Monmouth Offensive Rookie-of-the-Year: Nick Doscher, Wagner Defensive Rookie-of-the-Year: Lawton Arnold, CCSU Coach-of-the-Year: Jeff McInerney, CCSU

2009 all-noRtheaSt conFeRence FiRSt teaM

oFFenSe Pos. Name RB James Mallory, CCSU RB David Sinisi, UA WR Tim Bush, UA WR Steve Tedesco, SHU TE Matt Tracey, Bryant OL Cody Kekipi, SFU OL Kevin Richards, UA OL Anthony Pineiro, CCSU Individually, 13 NEC student-athletes received All-America honors in OL Kevin Sterling, MU their respective sports. Lock Haven’s Blair Wynne, the only three-time OL Shawn Wright, MU QB Nick Doscher, WC Player of the Year in NEC field hockey history, was named to the Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-America Second Team for the second consecutive season. NEC men’s soccer had its most successful year since 1987 with three players acknowledged at season's end Special teaMS for their play. Quinnipiac’s Graciano Brito earned his second straight Pos. Name NSCAA/adidas All-America honor, and was joined by FDU junior K Garrett Clawson, RMU forward Samson Malijani on the third team. Brito and Monmouth’s P Kyle Muir, WC Angelo Amato were third team College Soccer News honorees. In RS Frantz Placide, WC addition to five football All-Americans, Monmouth’s John Nalbone became the latest NEC player to reach the NFL when he was selected by the Miami Dolphins in the fifth round of the 2009 Draft. Former Wagner pitching great Andrew Bailey, a 2006 draft pick, broke into the big leagues in a big way during 2009. A non-roster Spring Training invitee, Bailey won a place in Oakland’s bullpen before earning a spot in the MLB All-Star Game three months later. Hoping to someday follow Bailey’s rise up the professional ranks, five of the NEC’s finest were taken in the 2009 MLB Draft – Long Island’s James Jones (Mariners), Monmouth’s Ryan Buch (White Sox) and Brett Brach (Indians), Quinnipiac’s Chris Gloor (Giants), and Wagner’s Kyle Morrison (Nationals).

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deFenSe Pos. Name DL Russel Fisher, SFU DL Trevor Anderson, UA DL Ray Saunders, CCSU DL Don Smith, Bryant LB Justin Brancaccio, UA LB Jose Gumbs, MU LB Dave Nicomini, UA DB Dave Casale, UA DB Marcus Dorsey, CCSU DB Kendall Haley, MU DB Alondre Rush, CCSU


For the second straight year, Sacred Heart captured the Northeast Conference Commissioner’s Cup, recently renamed in honor of NEC Commissioner Brenda Weare, who passed away in June. The Pioneers claimed the women’s cup for the third year in a row while earning the men’s cup for the first time ever to complete a clean sweep. The Pioneers established new Cup records for overall and women’s points in the process. in the community The NEC, its member institutions and student-athletes have made community involvement an important piece of its mission. In 200809, the NEC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee made its annual visit to the Cancer Recovery Foundation in Hershey, PA in February. That same month, conference members participated in "Think Pink" Day, a global effort organized by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association to assist in raising breast cancer awareness on the court, across campuses, in communities and beyond. The NEC made efficient use of the $75,000 it received from the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Grant Program last season. Expanding its base deeper into local communities, the Conference saw its women’s basketball attendance increase by 20 percent to establish a new league record. evolving and expanding In recent years, the Northeast Conference has taken aim at upgrading the caliber of the league’s championship sports and enhancing the opportunities and experiences for the more than 4,000 student-athletes that compete in the conference. Set to become the NEC’s 12th full-time member, Bryant has begun competition within the conference as it moves through the NCAA reclassification process. The Conference has also secured automatic access to the NCAA Division I Football Championship playoffs beginning in 2010, making football the 14th team sport in which NEC student-athletes are guaranteed a chance to compete for the NCAA crown. New sport sponsorship in women’s bowling and men’s lacrosse (2010-11) will create further opportunities for NEC student-athletes. Set to embark on a number of branding, sportsmanship and community initiatives as part of the league’s Strategic Plan, the NEC and its member institutions are committed to the future growth of the Conference.

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2009 nec StatiSticS & RanKinGS RUSHING David Sinisi, MU James Mallory, CCSU Jerell Smith, BRY Myles Russ, RMU David McCarty, UA Larry McCoy, DU Nick Doscher, WC Cleodis Williams, DU Brian Friedman, SHU Jude Yearwood, SFU

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11

Att 300 257 231 212 221 160 161 117 105 133

Yds 1437 1243 1198 1059 934 807 769 587 529 518

Avg 4.8 4.8 5.2 5.0 4.2 5.0 4.8 5.0 5.0 3.9

TD 13 15 7 2 9 8 13 2 3 4

Long 52 79 77 60 33 67 32 64 63 65

TOTAL OFFENSE Dale Fink, SHU Nick Doscher, WC Vinny Esposito, UA Michael Croce, BRY John Kelly, SFU David Sinisi, MU Kyle Frazier, MU Aubrey Norris, CCSU James Mallory, CCSU Jerell Smith, BRY

G 10 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11

Rush -24 769 -37 -127 55 1437 0 264 1243 1198

Pass 2064 1330 1948 1695 1357 35 1453 1042 0 0

Plays 401 339 341 343 354 302 269 189 257 231

Total 2040 2099 1911 1568 1412 1472 1453 1306 1243 1198

Yds/G 204.0 190.8 173.7 142.5 141.2 133.8 132..1 118.7 113.0 108.9

RECEPTIONS/GAME Steve Tedesco, SHU Tim Bush, UA Josue Paul, CCSU Antoine Rivera, SFU Sherrod Evers, RMU Lon Woods, WC Jay Spinks, DU Rich Rossi, SHU Shadrae King, RMU Ron Lauch, MU

G 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 11

Rec 67 63 53 53 47 45 42 35 34 35

Yds 865 861 782 689 668 660 354 313 369 484

TD 11 3 5 4 6 5 2 1 4 3

Long 46 81 69 44 55 50 21 27 30 58

Avg/C 12.9 13.7 14.8 13.0 14.2 14.7 8.4 8.9 10.9 13.8

Rec/G 6.70 5.73 4.82 4.82 4.27 4.09 3.82 3.50 3.40 3.18

RECEIVING YDS/GAME Steve Tedesco, SHU Tim Bush, UA Josue Paul, CCSU Antoine Rivera, SFU Sherrod Evers, RMU Lon Woods, WC Ron Lauch, MU Matt Tracey, BRY Connor Dixon, DU Shadrae King, RMU

G 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 9 10

Rec 67 63 53 53 47 45 35 35 22 34

Yds 865 861 782 689 668 660 484 476 333 369

TD 11 3 5 4 6 5 3 6 2 4

Long 46 81 69 44 55 50 58 34 43 30

Avg/C 12.9 13.7 14.8 13.0 14.2 14.7 13.8 13.6 15.1 10.9

Yds/G 86.5 78.3 71.1 62.6 60.7 60.0 44.0 43.3 37.0 36.9

PASSING EFFICIENCY Aubrey Norris, CCSU Connor Dixon, DU Kyle Frazier, MU Nick Doscher, WC Vinny Esposito, UA Dale Fink, SHU Kevin Rombach, DU Michael Croce, BRY John Kelly, SFU

G 11 9 11 11 11 10 11 11 10

Att 115 108 216 178 283 347 179 297 264

Cmp 77 64 129 103 161 212 106 151 135

Int 3 3 4 9 13 13 9 5 8

Pct. 67.0 59.3 59.7 57.9 56.9 61.1 59.2 50.8 51.1

Yds 1042 786 1453 1330 1948 2064 1103 1695 1357

TD 4 5 10 8 13 17 6 13 7

ALL PURPOSE David Sinisi, MU James Mallory, CCSU Josue Paul, CCSU Garry Coles, SHU Jerell Smith, BRY Myles Russ, RMU Kyle Harbridge, SFU Justin Gannon, UA Lon Woods, WC Steve Tedesco, SHU

G 11 11 11 8 11 11 11 11 11 10

Rush 1437 1243 10 352 1198 1059 484 471 19 17

Rcv 249 84 782 188 30 106 23 192 660 865

PR 0 21 0 29 0 0 0 263 23 33

KR 17 9 509 349 0 0 636 173 341 0

Yds 1703 1357 1301 918 1228 1165 1143 1099 1043 915

Avg/G 154.8 123.4 118.3 114.8 111.6 105.9 103.9 99.9 94.8 91.5

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Yds/G 130.6 113.0 108.9 96.3 84.9 73.4 69.9 53.4 52.9 47.1

Eff. 149.3 130.1 127.8 125.3 120.7 119.7 112.0 109.9 97.0


2009 nec StatiSticS & RanKinGS SCORING David Sinisi, MU James Mallory, CCSU Nick Doscher, WC Steve Tedesco, SHU Herb Glass, UA Garrett Clawson, RMU David McCarty, UA Chris Bird, BRY David Lopez, WC Garry Coles, SHU

G 11 11 11 10 9 11 11 11 11 8

TD 17 15 13 11 0 0 9 0 0 6

XPT 0 0 0 0 25 22 0 18 38 0

FG 0 0 0 0 12 14 0 11 4 0

2XP 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

PUNTING Kyle Muir, SC Nick Schirtzinger, RMU Jack Daniels, MU Grant Price, SFU Brian Friedman, SHU Bobby Woods, UA Greg Migdal, CCSU Charlie Leventry, DU

G 10 11 11 11 10 11 11 11

Punts 37 63 49 59 31 46 38 55

Yds 1475 2468 1875 2182 1124 1666 1328 1874

Long 60 74 60 54 61 77 69 67

Avg 39.9 39.2 38.3 37.0 36.3 36.2 34.9 34.1

FIELD GOALS Herb Glass, UA Garrett Clawson, RMU Chris Bird, BRY Eric Duale, DU Josh Thiel, SFU Jake Delvento, MU Joe Izzo, CCSU David Lopez, WC Charlie Leventry, DU

G 9 11 11 9 11 9 10 11 11

FG 12 14 11 6 7 4 4 4 1

FGA 18 18 14 14 15 6 5 13 2

Pct. 66.7 77.8 78.6 42.9 46.7 66.7 80.0 30.8 50.0

FG/G 1.33 1.27 1.00 0.67 0.64 0.44 0.40 0.36 0.09

PUNT RETURNS Justin Gannon, UA Anthony Coleman, RMU Jordan Brown, BRY Antoine Rivera, SFU Dominique Williams, WC Dave Williams, DU Aaron Bryant, BRY Steve Tedesco, SHU Tim Mastrino, BRY N. Colagiovanni, CCSU

G 11 11 11 11 8 5 11 10 11 11

Ret 21 28 13 17 8 5 3 4 6 7

Yds 263 240 139 90 83 34 34 33 32 30

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 78 37 59 14 27 26 0 12 13 11

Avg 12.5 8.6 10.7 5.5 10.4 6.8 11.3 8.2 5.3 4.3

KICKOFF RETURNS Frantz Placide, WC Kyle Harbridge, SFU Jordan Brown, BRY Anthony Coleman, RMU Josue Paul, CCSU Andrew Smith, UA Mike Avent, MU Garry Coles, SHU Lon Woods, WC Emerson Kinsey, UA

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 8 11 11

Ret 29 26 29 27 22 17 16 13 14 12

Yds 777 636 609 548 509 453 386 349 341 336

TD 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

Long 89 86 49 58 95 51 44 99 53 50

Avg 26.8 24.5 21.0 20.3 23.1 26.6 24.1 26.8 24.4 28.0

INTERCEPTIONS Marcus Dorsey, CCSU Terrance Long, SFU Kenny Amsel, MU Willie Milhouse, DU Kendall Haley, MU Rolf Bathold, RMU Elias Navarro, RMU Jordan Harper, SFU A. Covington, SHU Addison Lynch, BRY

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10

Int 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2

Yds 172 34 99 53 103 80 47 15 17 5

TD 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Long 100 27 55 22 65 49 47 15 17 5

Int/G 0.45 0.45 0.36 0.36 0.27 0.27 0.27 0.27 0.20 0.20

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Pts 102 92 80 68 61 64 54 51 50 36

Pts/G 9.3 8.4 7.3 6.8 6.8 5.8 4.9 4.6 4.5 4.5

TACKLES Scott Lewis, SFU Jose Gumbs, MU Matthew Parker, SFU Alex DiMichele, RMU Elias Navarro, RMU Chris Mandas, SHU Justin Brancaccio, UA Nathan Totino, DU Kendall Haley, MU Jeff Marino, CCSU Michael Landers, RMU Dave Casale, UA Chaz Legette, WC Jason Riffe, BRY Brian Flumere, SHU Ian Milanak, RMU Dave Nicomini, UA Alondre Rush, CCSU Joe Valenti, MU Willie Milhouse, DU Horvin Latimer, DU Jorel Joseph, WC Aaron Bryant, BRY Ryan Shepard, SFU Justin Embler, SHU Chris Simpson, UA Nick Bonturi, MU Anthony Rhoades, DU Paul Briody, CCSU Andre Whyte, BRY Julian Stanford, WC Russel Fisher, SFU Rich Duff, UA Rolf Bathold, RMU Justin Melhado, DU

G 11 9 10 11 11 10 11 9 11 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 10 10 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10

Avg. 10.7 10.6 10.3 9.9 8.8 8.8 8.5 8.1 7.8 7.7 7.3 7.0 6.8 6.8 6.8 6.7 6.6 6.5 6.4 6.4 6.1 5.9 5.7 5.7 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.1 5.1 5.0 5.0 4.9 4.8 4.8 4.8

SACKS Aaron Bryant, BRY Don Smith, BRY Adam Lawrence, RMU Matthew Parker, SFU Justin Embler, SHU Derrick Forrest, WC Ray Saunders, CCSU Dave Ogden, MU Thaimu Bangura, DU Dave Nicomini, UA

G 11 11 9 10 10 9 11 11 11 11

Total 7.0 6.0 5.5 5.5 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

TACKLES FOR LOSS Matthew Parker, SFU Ian Milanak, RMU Adam Lawrence, RMU Dave Nicomini, UA Jason Riffe, BRY Aaron Bryant, BRY Elias Navarro, RMU Russel Fisher, SFU Dave Ogden, MU Ray Saunders, CCSU

Total 16.0 13.0 12.5 12.0 11.5 11.0 10.5 10.5 10.0 10.0

FUMBLES FORCED Aaron Bryant, BRY Jorel Joseph, WC Dave Casale, UA Nathan Totino, DU Chris Simpson, UA Kyle Harbridge, SFU Chansler Davis, SHU Stefen Gage, WC Ed Ubaike, CCSU Jose Gumbs, MU

Total 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1


2009 nec StatiSticS & RanKinGS SCORING OFFENSE Wagner Albany CCSU Monmouth Sacred Heart Robert Morris Duquesne Bryant Saint Francis

G 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11

TD 47 37 38 29 26 25 26 23 22

XP 38 31 33 24 17 22 23 18 19

2XP 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0

DXP 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

FG 4 13 4 8 9 14 7 11 7

Saf 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Pts/Avg 338/30.7 292/26.5 277/25.2 226/20.5 204/20.4 214/19.5 202/18.4 191/17.4 172/15.6

SCORING DEFENSE Bryant Robert Morris Albany Monmouth CCSU Saint Francis Duquesne Sacred Heart Wagner

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11

TD 23 25 23 31 34 37 39 38 44

XP 20 22 21 28 22 30 31 37 39

2XP 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 0

DXP 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 10 5 16 8 4 7 9 10 13

Saf 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0

Pts/Avg 190/17.3 193/17.5 213/19.4 238/21.6 240/21.8 281/25.5 296/26.9 295/29.5 342/31.1

TOTAL OFFENSE CCSU Duquesne Albany Wagner Sacred Heart Monmouth Bryant Robert Morris Saint Francis

G 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11

Rush 2402 1586 1755 1913 1139 1743 1616 1371 1275

Pass 1866 2231 1999 1830 2182 1705 1708 1612 1398

Plays 753 777 754 670 667 679 723 698 687

Yards 4268 3817 3754 3743 3321 3448 3324 2983 2673

Avg/P 5.7 4.9 5.0 5.6 5.0 5.1 4.6 4.3 3.9

TD 36 26 35 41 25 27 23 24 19

Yds/G 388.0 347.0 341.3 340.3 332.1 313.5 302.2 271.2 243.0

TOTAL DEFENSE Robert Morris Bryant CCSU Saint Francis Albany Monmouth Sacred Heart Duquesne Wagner

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11

Rush 1440 1605 1499 1908 1301 1778 1698 2167 2445

Pass 1599 1556 1780 1498 2144 2134 1945 1970 1869

Plays 718 707 649 668 746 716 676 734 727

Yards 3039 3161 3279 3406 3445 3912 3643 4137 4314

Avg 4.2 4.5 5.1 5.1 4.6 5.5 5.4 5.6 5.9

TD 21 22 32 34 21 31 34 36 42

Yds/G 276.3 287.4 298.1 309.6 313.2 355.6 364.3 376.1 392.2

PASS OFFENSE Sacred Heart Duquesne Albany CCSU Wagner Bryant Monmouth Robert Morris Saint Francis

G 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Att 363 340 290 222 243 300 252 280 278

Cmp 220 195 165 146 139 152 150 145 143

Int 13 12 14 7 11 5 5 15 9

Pct. 60.6 57.4 56.9 65.8 57.2 50.7 59.5 51.8 51.4

Yds 2182 2231 1999 1866 1830 1708 1705 1612 1398

Avg 6.0 6.6 6.9 8.4 7.5 5.7 6.8 5.8 5.0

TD 17 14 14 11 12 14 13 14 7

Yds/G 218.2 202.8 181.7 169.6 166.4 155.3 155.0 146.5 127.1

PASS DEFENSE Saint Francis Bryant Robert Morris CCSU Wagner Duquesne Monmouth Sacred Heart Albany

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11

Att 238 282 287 222 271 279 283 266 336

Comp 130 140 145 146 145 168 167 164 200

Int 13 12 16 7 4 8 14 6 10

Pct. 54.6 49.6 50.5 65.8 53.5 60.2 59.0 61.7 59.5

Yds 1498 1556 1599 1866 1869 1970 2134 1945 2144

Avg 6.3 5.5 5.6 8.4 6.9 7.1 7.5 7.3 6.4

TD 13 12 12 11 16 18 16 11 9

Yds/G 136.2 141.5 145.4 161.8 169.9 179.1 194.0 194.5 194.9

RUSHING OFFENSE CCSU Wagner Albany Monmouth Bryant Duquesne Robert Morris Saint Francis Sacred Heart

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10

Att 531 427 464 427 423 437 418 409 304

Yds 2402 1913 1755 1743 1616 1586 1371 1275 1139

Avg 4.5 4.5 3.8 4.1 3.8 3.6 3.3 3.1 3.7

TD 25 29 21 14 9 12 10 12 8

Yds/G 218.4 173.9 159.5 158.5 146.9 144.2 124.6 115.9 113.9

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2009 nec StatiSticS & RanKinGS RUSHING DEFENSE Albany Robert Morris CCSU Bryant Monmouth Sacred Heart Saint Francis Duquesne Wagner

G 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11

Rushes 410 431 372 425 433 410 430 455 456

Yards 1301 1440 1499 1605 1778 1698 1908 2167 2445

Avg. 3.2 3.3 4.0 3.8 4.1 4.1 4.4 4.8 5.4

TD 12 9 14 10 15 23 21 18 26

KICKOFF RETURNS Albany Wagner Sacred Heart Monmouth Robert Morris CCSU Duquesne Bryant Saint Francis

G 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11

Ret 41 64 48 37 36 37 52 39 47

Yds 996 1438 1041 731 705 724 985 714 852

TD 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1

Avg 24.3 22.5 21.7 19.8 19.6 19.6 18.9 18.3 18.1

PUNT RETURNS Albany Wagner Robert Morris Bryant Sacred Heart CCSU Duquesne Saint Francis Monmouth

G 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11

Ret 25 16 29 26 8 11 8 21 9

Yds 290 150 242 215 62 77 54 110 28

TD 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 11.6 9.4 8.3 8.3 7.8 7.0 6.8 5.2 3.1

PUNTING Wagner Monmouth Robert Morris Bryant Sacred Heart Saint Francis CCSU Albany Duquesne

G 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11

No. 38 51 67 54 44 68 40 50 58

Yards 1475 1911 2506 1959 1575 2396 1389 1725 1916

Avg/P 38.8 37.5 37.4 36.3 35.8 35.2 34.7 34.5 33.0

Ret 76 85 140 244 153 195 179 20 212

Avg. 2.0 1.7 2.1 4.5 3.5 2.9 4.5 0.4 3.7

TB 0 7 5 3 0 1 5 5 4

Net/P 36.8 33.1 33.8 30.6 32.3 32.1 27.8 32.1 28.0

PASS EFFICIENCY CCSU Monmouth Wagner Albany Sacred Heart Duquesne Bryant Robert Morris Saint Francis

G 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11

Att 222 252 243 290 363 340 300 280 278

Cmp 146 150 139 165 220 195 152 145 143

Pct .658 .595 .572 .569 .606 .574 .507 .518 .514

Int 7 5 11 14 13 12 5 15 9

Yds 1866 1705 1830 199 2182 2231 1708 1612 1398

TD 11 13 12 14 17 14 14 14 7

Effic 146.4 129.4 127.7 121.1 119.4 119.0 110.6 105.9 95.5

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Yds/G 118.3 130.9 136.3 145.9 161.6 169.8 173.5 197.0 222.3


2010 Red FlaSh FootBall 2009 Team

2004 NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

1. CCSU

7-1

.875

9-3

.750

4-0

5-3

2. Albany

6-2

.750

7-4

.636

4-1

3-3

3. Wagner

5-3

.625

6-5

.545

3-2

5-3

.625

5-6

.455

4-4

.500

5-6

4-4

.500

2-6

.250

Sacred Heart

2-6

9. Saint Francis

1-7

Robert Morris 5. Bryant Monmouth 7. Duquesne

Team

NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

6-1

.857

10-1

.909

5-1

5-0

CCSU

6-1

.857

8-2

.800

5-0

3-2

3-3

3. Albany

4-3

.571

4-7

.364

2-3

2-4

3-2

2-4

4. Sacred Heart

3-4

.429

6-4

.600

4-1

2-3

.455

3-2

2-4

Robert Morris

3-4

.429

6-5

.545

4-3

2-2

5-6

.455

2-3

3-3

Wagner

3-4

.429

6-5

.545

3-1

3-4

3-8

.273

2-3

1-5

7. Stony Brook

2-5

.286

3-7

.300

1-4

2-3

.250

2-8

.200

2-3

0-5

8. Saint Francis

1-6

.143

3-8

.273

3-3

0-5

.125

2-9

.182

2-3

0-6 NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

6-1

.857

10-2

.833

5-0

5-2

6-1

.857

7-4

.636

4-1

3-3

1. Monmouth

2003 2008 Team

Team NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

1. Monmouth

1. Albany

7-0

1.000

9-3

.750

5-0

4-3

2. Monmouth

6-1

.857

7-4

.636

3-2

4-2

3. Robert Morris

4-3

.571

6-4

.600

3-1

3-3

3. Sacred Heart

4-3

.571

8-3

.727

4-2

4-1

Stony Brook

4-3

.571

6-4

.600

3-1

3-3

5. Sacred Heart

3-4

.429

6-5

.545

2-2

4-3

3-4

.429

6-5

.545

4-2

2-3

Albany

CCSU

4-3

.571

7-4

.636

5-0

2-4

Robert Morris

4-3

.571

5-6

.455

3-3

2-3

6. Duquesne

2-5

.286

3-7

.300

2-3

1-4

7. CCSU

2-5

.286

3-8

.273

1-3

2-5

7. Wagner

1-6

.143

3-8

.273

1-4

2-4

8. Saint Francis

0-7

.000

1-9

.000

0-4

1-5

8. Saint Francis

0-7

.000

0-11

.000

0-5

0-6

Wagner

2002 2007 Team

Team NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

1. Albany

6-1

.857

8-4

.667

66-0

2-4

1. Albany

6-0

1.000

8-4

.667

3-1

5-3

2. Stony Brook

5-2

.714

8-2

.800

5-0

3-2

2. CCSU

4-2

.667

6-5

.545

4-2

2-3

Sacred Heart

5-2

.714

7-3

.700

5-1

2-2

3. Wagner

3-3

.500

7-4

.636

3-3

4-1

4. Wagner

4-3

.571

7-4

.636

4-0

3-4

Monmouth

3-3

.500

4-6

.400

1-3

3-3

5. CCSU

3-4

.429

5-6

.455

4-1

1-5

Robert Morris

3-3

.500

4-6

.400

2-3

2-3

6. Robert Morris

2-5

.286

3-7

.300

3-1

0-6

6. Saint Francis

2-4

.333

3-7

.300

0-5

3-2

Monmouth

2-5

.286

2-8

.200

2-3

0-5

7. Sacred Heart

0-6

.000

3-8

.273

2-3

1-5

8. Saint Francis

1-6

.143

2-8

.200

1-5

1-3

NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

1. Monmouth

6-1

.857

10-2

.833

5-2

5-0

1. Sacred Heart

8-0

1.000

11-0

1.000

4-0

7-0

2. Albany

5-2

.714

7-4

.636

3-2

4-2

2. Robert Morris

6-1

.857

6-3

.667

3-2

3-1

Robert Morris

5-2

.714

7-4

.636

2-3

5-1

3. Albany

5-2

.714

7-3

.700

3-2

4-1

Stony Brook

5-2

.714

5-6

.455

2-2

3-4

Monmouth

5-2

.714

7-3

.700

3-2

4-1

5. CCSU

4-3

.571

8-3

.727

4-0

4-3

5. Stony Brook

3-5

.375

3-6

.333

3-2

0-4

6. Saint Francis

2-5

.286

3-8

.273

3-3

0-5

3-5

.375

3-6

.333

2-2

1-4

7. Sacred Heart

1-6

.143

2-9

.182

2-4

0-5

7. CCSU

2-5

.286

2-7

.222

0-3

2-4

8. Wagner

0-7

.000

4-7

.364

2-3

2-4

8. St. John’s

1-6

.143

1-9

.100

1-5

0-4

9. Saint Francis

0-7

.000

0-10

.000

0-4

0-6

2006 Team

2001 Team

Wagner

2005 Team

NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

2000

5-2

.714

7-4

.636

4-1

3-3

Team

NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

5-2

.714

6-5

.545

4-2

2-3

1. Robert Morris

8-0

.1000

10-0

1.000

5-0

5-0

4-3

.571

6-4

.600

3-1

3-3

2. Sacred Heart

7-1

.875

10-1

.909

6-1

4-0

Albany

4-3

.571

5-6

.455

2-2

3-4

3. Wagner

6-2

.750

6-5

.545

3-3

3-2

5. Wagner

3-4

.429

6-5

.545

3-3

3-2

4. Albany

5-3

.625

5-6

.455

3-1

2-5

Sacred Heart

3-4

.429

4-6

.400

2-3

2-3

5. Monmouth

4-4

.5000

5-6

.455

3-2

2-4

Saint Francis

3-4

.429

3-8

.273

2-3

1-5

6. CCSU

3-5

.575

4-6

.400

4-1

0-5

8. Robert Morris

1-6

.143

2-8

.200

2-3

0-5

7. St. John’s

2-6

.250

5-6

.455

2-3

3-3

8. Stony Brook

1-7

.215

2-8

.200

1-4

1-4

9. Saint Francis

0-8

.000

0-11

.000

0-5

0-6

1. CCSU Stony Brook 3. Monmouth

72


nec StandinGS - Since 1996 1999 Team 1. Robert Morris

NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

7-0

1.000

8-2

.800

5-0

3-2 5-0

2. Albany

6-1

.857

7-2

.778

2-2

3. Wagner

5-2

.714

5-5

.500

3-1

2-4

4. Stony Brook

4-3

.571

5-5

.500

4-1

1-4

5. CCSU

3-4

.429

4-6

.400

3-2

1-4

6. Monmouth

2-5

.286

2-8

.200

0-4

2-4

7. Saint Francis

1-6

.143

2-9

.182

1-4

1-5

8. Sacred Heart

0-7

.000

2-9

.182

2-3

0-6

Away

1998 NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

1. Robert Morris

Team

4-1

.800

4-6

.400

2-3

2-3

Monmouth

4-1

.800

5-5

.500

2-3

3-2

3. Wagner Central Conn St.

3-2

.600

7-3

.700

2-3

5-0

3-2

.600

4-6

.400

2-2

2-4

5. Sacred Heart

1-4

.200

2-8

.200

1-4

1-4

6. Saint Francis

0-5

.000

0-10

.000

0-5

0-5

Away

1997 NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

1. Robert Morris

Team

4-0

1.000

8-3

.727

3-2

5-1

2. Monmouth

3-1

.750

5-4

.556

2-2

3-2

3. Wagner

2-2

.500

6-4

.600

5-0

1-4

4. CCSU

1-3

.250

5-5

.500

3-2

2-3

5. Saint Francis

0-4

.000

2-9

.182

1-4

1-5

Away

1996 NEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

1. Robert Morris

Team

3-1

.750

9-2

.818

5-0

4-2

Monmouth

3-1

.750

8-3

.700

4-2

3-1

3. CCSU Wagner 5. Saint Francis

2-2

.500

3-7

.300

3-2

0-5

2-2

.500

5-5

.500

3-2

3-2

0-4

.000

3-7

.300

2-4

1-3

73


2010 Red FlaSh FootBall 1 9 9 8 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S (0 -1 0 , 0 -5 n ec) Date 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14

Opponent W/L DUQUESNE L @ Butler L WAGNER L SACRED HEART L @ CCSU L at Monmouth L LA SALLE L @ Marist L ROBERT MORRIS L @ Gannon L

Score Attend 37-3 1152 13-0 2260 45-14 917 10-7 915 12-0 375 33-14 3461 27-5 775 41-6 980 35-3 819 18-14 1000

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 123 Rushing 42 Passing 61 Penalty 20 Rushing Yardage 678 Yards gained 964 Yards lost 286 Attempts 290 Average/rush 2.3 Average/game 67.8 Touchdowns 3 Passing Yardage 1401 Att-Comp-Int 330-144-16 Averrage/pass 4.2 Average/catch 9.7 Average/game 140.1 Touchdowns 4 Total Offense 2079 Total Plays 620 Average/play 3.4 Average/game 207.9 Kick Returns: #-Yards 45-959 Punt Returns: #-Yards 35-91 Int. Returns: #-Yards 8-60 Fumbles-Lost 9-8 Penalties-Yards 66-557 Punts-Average 80-33.2 Time of Possession/Game 25:42 3rd Down Conversions 28/144 4th Down Conversions 6/23

OPP 195 104 76 15 2216 2486 270 468 4.7 221.6 20 1612 249-137-8 6.5 11.8 161.2 14 3828 717 5.3 382.8 22-398 34-204 16-261 20-12 85-576 55-36.1 34:18 52/147 10/20

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 15 24 13 14 Opponents 43 97 70 61 -

Total 66 271

Receiving No. Connors 40 Nunamaker 29 Buchak 13 Campoli 11 Pittman 10 Guzak 9 Ott 9 Smochek 8 Everett 6 Manon 4

Yds. 398 317 130 118 87 100 49 82 87 29

Interceptions No. Irving 2 Taranto 1 Price 1 Beck 1 Lucko 1 Farabaugh 1 McKenna 1 Total........................8 Opponents............16

Yds. 16 0 13 2 22 7 0 60 261

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Swords 269-115-10 Ramey 43-24-3 Taranto 9-4-1 Huebscher 7-1-2 Smochek 2-0-0 Total ............330-144-16 Opponents ..249-137-8 Punting No. Davison 78 Total ..........78 Opponents 55

Yds 2654 2654 1985

Avg. 9.9 10.9 10.0 `10.7 8.7 11.1 5.4 10.3 14.5 7.3 Avg. 8.0 0.0 13.0 2.0 22.0 7.0 0.0 7.5 16.3

Pct 42.8 55.8 44.4 14.3 0-0 43.6 55.0 Avg 34.0 34.0 36.1

All Purpose Rush Rec Ott 233 49 Connors 0 398 Everett 172 87 Nunamaker 0 317 Pittman 211 87 Guzak 104 100 Campoli 0 118 Buchak 0 130 Price 0 0 Smochek 0 82

TD 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 29 46 22 24 17 22 28 26 31 12

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

Long 16 0 13 2 22 7 0 22 69

Yds TD 1154 4 207 0 34 0 6 0 0 0 1401 4 1612 14

Long 46 26 12 6 0 46 45

Long 69 69 70 PR 28 0 0 0 0 0 55 0 8 0

KR 701 0 91 0 0 30 0 0 94 0

TB 1 1 2

I20 10 10 12

DR Total 0 1011 0 398 0 350 0 317 0 298 0 234 0 173 0 130 13 115 0 82

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring TD FG Connors 2 0-0 Ott 2 0-0 Bacco 0 1-3 Pittman 1 0-0 Swords 1 0-0 Brady 1 0-0 Buchak 1 0-0 DeSocio 0 2-4 TEAM 0 0-0 Total ..............8 3-7 Opponents ..37 6-13

Rushing Ott Pittman Everett Guzak Snyder Minor

Att 53 47 85 32 3 1

Kick Rush Rcv Pass 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 7-8 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 7-8 0-0 0 0-0 27-32 0-1 0 0-4

Net 233 211 172 104 21 5

Avg. 4.4 4.5 2.0 3.3 7.0 5.0

TD 1 1 0 0 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2

Pts 12 12 10 6 6 6 6 6 2 66 271

Long 28 33 15 21 11 5

Punt Returns No. Campoli 26 Ott 8 Price 1 Total ......................35 Opponents............34

Yds 55 28 8 91 204

Avg. 2.1 3.5 8.0 2.6 6.0

Kick Returns No. Ott 30 Price 5 Everett 4 Guzak 2 Lucko 1 Taranto 1 Hazenstab 1 Snyder 1 Total ..................45 Opponents............22

Yds 701 94 91 30 -1 15 22 7 959 398

Avg. 23.4 18.8 22.8 15.0 -1.0 15.0 22.0 7.0 21.3 18.1

74

TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 17 16 0 17 19 Long 89 29 31 18 0 15 22 7 89 34

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk 1-3 33.3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 40 0 Bacco 2-4 50.0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-1 44 1 DeSocio Defensive Leaders ST AT Farabaugh 45 60 Beck 43 36 39 27 Taranto Balsavage 29 30 33 24 Irving 24 32 Minnick Sciullo 38 15 Jennings 19 31 Lucko 15 28 McKenna 23 18 Price 13 14 Shola 12 14 Reachard 10 15 6 11 Payne 8 7 Miller Guzak 7 4 6 5 Gelles Morgan 5 6 4 3 Lipkin 3 Graziano 2

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 105 9-33 2 2 1-0 79 4-8 6 1 2-0 66 3-16 1.0-11 1 59 9-26 3.0-14 1 57 3-9 8 2-0 56 8-33 1.0-6 2 53 6-30 8 50 7-35 1.5-11 43 7-15 1.0-6 2 1-0 41 7-27 0.5-7 2 2 27 1-1 3 1-0 26 6-18 2-0 25 3-5 17 15 3-7 11 11 1-1 11 5-13 7 1 1-0 5 1 -

Total ................411 400 811 Opponents ....-

85-294 9.0-60 35.0-223

39 54

7 3

14-0 8-0


yeaR-By-yeaR coMBined StatS (Since ‘98) 1 9 9 9 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S ( 2 -9 , 1-6 n ec) Date 9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

Opponent @ La Salle @ St. John’s BUTLER @ Wagner @ Sacred Heart CCSU MONMOUTH ALBANY ST. PETER’S @ Robert Morris @ Stony Brook

W/L L L L L W L L L W L L

Score Attend 44-7 2814 35-0 1122 21-7 1012 45-13 1139 24-23 1750 35-13 815 20-9 830 55-17 548 21-8 839 49-0 5348 24-6 1133

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 156 Rushing 56 Passing 80 Penalty 20 Rushing Yardage 728 Yards gained 1184 Yards lost 456 Attempts 341 Average/rush 2.1 Average/game 66.2 Touchdowns 6 Passing Yardage 1682 Att-Comp-Int 391-172-18 Averrage/pass 4.3 Average/catch 9.8 Average/game 152.9 Touchdowns 10 Total Offense 2410 Total Plays 732 Average/play 3.3 Average/game 219.1 Kick Returns: #-Yards 43-714 Punt Returns: #-Yards 19-110 Int. Returns: #-Yards 2-13 Fumbles-Lost 17-9 Penalties-Yards 75-540 Punts-Average 81-36.2 Time of Possession/Game 30:05 3rd Down Conversions 43/170 4th Down Conversions 8/25

OPP 211 104 90 17 2278 2640 362 484 4.7 207.1 32 1965 261-136-2 7.5 14.4 178.6 16 4243 745 5.7 385.7 26-372 39-337 18-246 23-16 90-761 55-35.3 29:52 57/153 7/24

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 28 26 28 35 Opponents 110 103 70 76 -

Total 117 359

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring TD FG Clemons 6 0-0 Hudson 5 0-0 Galiote 0 3-7 Smochek 2 0-0 Swords 1 0-0 Rychlicki 1 0-0 Nunamaker 1 0-0 DeSocio 0 0-0 Total..............16 3-7 Opponents ..49 5-13

Rushing Clemons Reid Swords Snyder Zarick

Att 171 62 50 8 2

Kick Rush Rcv Pass 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 11-15 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0 0-0 12-16 0-0 0 0-0 44-46 0-0 2 2-3

Net 594 195 25 21 13

Avg. 3.5 3.1 0.5 2.6 6.5

TD 5 0 1 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Pts 36 30 20 12 6 6 6 1 117 359

Long 64 21 21 8 9

Receiving No. Nunamaker 39 Clemons 37 Smochek 30 Hudson 18 Ryhlicki 13 Reid 8 Zarick 6 Greenawalt 6 Buchak 5 Rodgers 3

Yds. 360 239 330 316 138 63 73 38 26 34

Interceptions No. Audi 1 Payne 1 Total........................2 Opponents............18

Yds. 13 0 13 246

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Swords 249-110-9 Stone 115-49-6 Moran 26-13-3 Clemons 1-0-0 Total ............391-172-18 Opponents ..261-136-2 Punting No. Galiote 45 DeSocio 36 Total ..........81 Opponents 55

Yds 1540 1396 2936 1939

Avg. 9.2 6.5 11.0 17.6 10.6 7.9 12.2 6.3 5.2 11.3 Avg. 13.0 0.0 6.5 13.7

Pct 44.2 42.6 50.0 0.0 44.0 52.1 Avg 34.2 38.8 36.2 35.3

All Purpose Rush Rec Clemons 594 239 Hudson 12 316 Smochek 4 330 Nunamaker 0 360 Reid 195 63 Zarick 13 73 McClure 0 0 Balsavage 0 0 Rychlicki 0 138 Payne 0 0

TD 1 1 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 1

Long 13 0 13 37

Yds TD 1063 5 488 4 131 1 0 0 1682 10 1965 16

Long 45 84 19 0 84 91

Long 53 53 53 53 PR 21 0 52 0 0 0 31 0 0 0

Punt Returns No. Smochek 8 McClure 5 Clemons 4 Rodgers 2 Total ......................19 Opponents............39

Yds 52 31 21 6 110 337

Avg. 6.54 6.2 5.3 3.0 5.8 8.6

Kick Returns No. McClure 10 Balsavage 9 Hudson 8 Zarick 8 Clemons 5 Rychlicki 1 Rodgers 1 Nunamaker 1 Total ..................43 Opponents............26

Yds 164 176 165 117 53 8 8 23 714 372

Avg. 16.4 19.6 20.6 14.6 10.6 8.0 8.0 23.0 16.6 14.3

75

Long 35 28 28 84 24 32 27 11 7 15

KR 53 165 0 23 0 117 164 176 8 0

TB 2 1 3 4

I20 9 5 14 15

DR Total 0 907 0 493 0 386 0 383 0 258 0 203 0 195 0 176 0 146 51 51 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 12 13 18 0 18 28 Long 22 29 41 29 18 8 8 23 41 60

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Galiote 3-7 42.9 0-0 0-1 3-5 0-1 0-0 39 Defensive Leaders ST AT 71 44 Payne Carthron 69 33 47 21 Beck 37 22 Ott 36 22 Zanghi Penny 28 22 471 6 Sciullo Reachard 21 14 21 11 Audi Balsavage 14 10 Sankey 14 6 12 7 Lasky 10 8 Shola Butler 8 10 Lipkin 13 5 13 5 Caviggia 4 Robinson 14 Rabatin 10 6 DiBenedetto 8 6 8 4 Caproula

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 115 1-2 -` 5 2-51 102 8-21 5.5-45 2 2 2-0 68 4-9 3 4 59 2-4 0.5-8 1 58 10-13 2.5-7 1-0 50 4-15 2.0-18 1 1-0 47 2-2 2 35 5-39 8.0-82 2 1-0 32 1-1 1 1 1-0 24 1-1 1-0 20 2 2-0 19 2-2 18 2-5 1.0-10 1 18 3-11 2.0-17 3 18 2-7 2 1-0 18 1 18 16 1 14 2-4 12 -

Total ................569 291 860 Opponents ....-

50-137 -

20-162 41-265

19 -

14 6

16-51 9-10


yeaR-By-yeaR coMBined StatS (Since ‘98) 2 0 00 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S ( 0- 11, 0 -8 n ec) Date 9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 11/4 11/11 11/18

Opponent W/L LA SALLE L @ St. John’s L @ Butler L STONY BROOK L ROBERT MORRIS L @ Albany L @ Monmouth L WAGNER L @ CCSU L SACRED HEART L @ St. Peter’s L

Score Attend 14-0 833 0-23 1114 41-7 3003 60-7 676 63-0 1231 52-7 1016 41-6 1088 35-6 568 45-24 451 20-0 412 42-14 600

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 104 Rushing 45 Passing 48 Penalty 11 Rushing Yardage 563 Yards gained 1096 Yards lost 533 Attempts 346 Average/rush 1.6 Average/game 51.2 Touchdowns 3 Passing Yardage 1154 Att-Comp-Int 256-100-19 Averrage/pass 4.5 Average/catch 11.5 Average/game 104.9 Touchdowns 7 Total Offense 1717 Total Plays 602 Average/play 2.9 Average/game 156.1 Kick Returns: #-Yards 72-1128 Punt Returns: #-Yards 21-189 Int. Returns: #-Yards 5-82 Fumbles-Lost 22-13 Penalties-Yards 82-687 Punts-Average 92-30.8 Time of Possession/Game 28:23 3rd Down Conversions 26/148 4th Down Conversions 3/15

OPP 211 112 83 16 2081 2339 258 511 4.1 189.2 30 1823 219-136-5 8.3 13.4 165.7 22 3904 730 5.3 354.9 17-309 41-340 19-494 20-15 71-637 42-34.5 31:37 57/146 11/19

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 0 10 28 33 Opponents 95 142 107 92 -

Total 71 436

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring TD FG Kick Rush Rcv Pass Rychlicki 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Gergely 1 1-2 7-7 0-0 0 0-0 White 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Smochek 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Herring 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Andersen 0 0-3 1-3 0-0 0 0-0 Total..............10 1-5 8-10 0-0 0 0-0 Opponents ..59 10-18 52-56 0-1 0 0-2

Rushing Hall Smith Herring Covert Eades

Att 147 59 24 2 8

Net 542 113 27 4 -34

Avg. 3.7 1.9 1.1 2.0 -4.3

TD 0 0 1 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 30 16 12 6 6 1 71 436

Long 41 26 12 6 4

Receiving Rychlicki Hall Smochek Smith Sankey Gergely Herring Gallucci Hudson

No. 23 22 13 10 9 8 8 4 3

Yds. 383 199 161 33 100 131 62 60 25

Interceptions No. Neal 2 Payne 1 Landrom 1 Miller 1 Total........................5 Opponents............19

Yds. 37 19 -1 27 82 494

Passing Cmp-Att-Int White 218-89-13 Eades 29-10-3 Covert 9-1-3 Total ............256-100-19 Opponents ..219-136-5 Punting No. Gergely 89 TEAM 1 Eades 1 Total ..........92 Opponents 42

Yds 2813 -18 41 2836 1450

Avg. 16..7 9.0 12.4 3.3 11.1 16.4 7.8 15.0 8.3 Avg. 18.5 19.0 -1.0 27.0 16.4 26.0

Pct 40.8 34.5 11.1 39.1 62.1

Avg 31.6 -18.0 41.0 30.8 34.5

All Purpose Rush Rec Landrom 0 0 Hall 542 199 Rychlicki 0 383 Gallucci 0 60 Smith 113 33 Smochek 0 161 Gergely 0 131 Sankey 0 100 Herring 27 62 Whelan 0 0

TD 5 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 4

Long 36 19 0 27 36 85

Yds TD 1091 7 52 0 11 0 1154 7 1823 22

Long 56 16 11 56 48

Long 56 0 41 56 61 PR 172 0 0 206 0 0 0 0 0 0

Punt Returns No. Landrom 20 Neal 1 Total ......................21 Opponents............41

Yds 172 17 189 340

Avg. 8.6 17.0 9.0 8.3

Kick Returns No. Landrom 42 Gallucci 10 Smith 6 Whelan 5 Keister 3 Farabaugh 2 Miller 1 LaChapelle 1 Hudson 1 Muldrow 1 Total ..................72 Opponents............17

Yds 694 206 80 81 5 14 0 13 17 18 1128 309

Avg. 16.5 20.6 13.3 16.2 1.7 7.0 0.0 13.0 17.0 18.0 15.7 18.2

76

Long 56 54 24 15 33 30 15 27 16

KR 694 0 0 0 80 0 0 0 0 81

TB 2 0 0 2 4

I20 10 0 0 10 16

DR Total -1 865 0 741 0 383 0 266 0 226 0 161 0 131 0 100 0 89 0 81 TD 0 0 0 1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 34 17 34 37 Long 39 33 22 21 5 8 0 13 17 18 39 67

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Andersen 0-3 0.0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0 1 Gergely 1-2 50.0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 27 1 Defensive Leaders ST AT Neal 76 63 46 58 Ott 26 49 Miller 33 42 Zanghi Shelton 25 36 Landrom 29 15 Muldrow 25 19 20 19 Payne Hryiszak 9 26 Robinson 11 23 12 19 Glover 16 14 Penny Sankey 7 14 Haines 10 9 6 9 Lipkin 7 Farabaugh 8 DiBenedetto 7 6 Sigg 5 7 6 6 Parker 3 6 Pulliam Total ................406 478 Opponents ....-

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 139 3-14 1.0-11 4 1 4-0 104 6-13 2.0-4 1 2 1-0 75 5-16 1.0-7 2-0 75 8-31 2.0-6 1 1 1-5 61 7-18 3-0 44 9 44 2 2-0 39 3 35 6-25 2.0-17 34 2-17 2.5-22 1 31 5-17 2.0-11 1 30 2-8 2 21 1-1 1 19 15 1-5 1 15 1-3 1.0-2 13 1 12 1-4 12 1-1 1-0 9 884 49-173 10-59 25 7 16-5 47-327 31 11 13-52


yeaR-By-yeaR coMBined StatS (Since ‘98) 20 0 1 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S (0 - 10 , 0 - 7 n ec) Date 9/1 9/8 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/10 11/17

Opponent @ Dayton LA SALLE @ St. Peter’s @ Robert Morris CCSU MONMOUTH @ Wagner ALBANY @ Sacred Heart @ Stony Brook

W/L L L L L L L L L L L

Score Attend 70-0 7011 42-37 930 27-7 1225 41-7 2119 19-6 1141 28-0 683 38-7 1641 24-14 452 58-0 2651 34-0 326

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 131 Rushing 68 Passing 46 Penalty 17 Rushing Yardage 976 Yards gained 1397 Yards lost 421 Attempts 377 Average/rush 2.6 Average/game 97.6 Touchdowns 4 Passing Yardage 1212 Att-Comp-Int 226-100-12 Averrage/pass 5.4 Average/catch 12.1 Average/game 121.2 Touchdowns 6 Total Offense 2188 Total Plays 603 Average/play 3.6 Average/game 218.8 Kick Returns: #-Yards 57-898 Punt Returns: #-Yards 12-96 Int. Returns: #-Yards 6-69 Fumbles-Lost 29-20 Penalties-Yards 60-465 Punts-Average 62-32.7 Time of Possession/Game 31:18 3rd Down Conversions 39/140 4th Down Conversions 8/21

OPP 195 95 87 13 1977 2233 256 425 4.7 197.7 25 1767 241-132-6 7.3 13.4 176.7 20 3744 666 5.6 374.4 20-355 33-491 12-365 8-3 89-751 38-36.7 29:32 65/139 10/22

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 34 22 7 15 Opponents 97 140 79 65 -

Total 78 381

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring TD FG Hudson 2 0-0 Hall 2 0-0 Williams 2 0-0 Barnett 2 0-0 Willis 1 0-0 Ray 1 0-0 Orzechowski 0 0-6 McCray 1 0-0 White 0 0-0 TM 0 0-0 Total..............11 0-6 Opponents ..52 7-12

Rushing Hall Williams Ray McCray Barnett

Att 80 88 65 102 10

Kick Rush Rcv Pass 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 6-8 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 6-8 1-1 1 1-2 42-47 0-2 2 2-2

Net 287 260 230 217 18

Avg. 3.6 3.0 3.5 2.1 1.8

TD 1 2 0 1 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

Pts 14 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 2 2 78 381

Long 31 20 14 25 11

Receiving Barnett Willis Hudson Hall Williams Lewis Ray Poss Gergely Wilhite

No. 21 15 13 12 11 7 7 4 3 2

Yds. 320 216 191 49 81 135 57 36 23 53

Interceptions No. Landrom 4 Haines 1 Neal 1 Total........................6 Opponents............12

Avg. 15.2 14.4 14.7 4.1 7.4 19.3 8.1 9.0 7.7 26.58

Yds. 44 19 6 69 365

Avg. 11.0 19.0 6.0 11.5 30.4

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Pct McCray 178-77-9 43.3 White 45-21-3 46.7 Landrom 2-1-0 50.0 Barnett 1-1-0 100.0 Total ............226-100-12 44.2 Opponents ..241-132-6 24.8 Punting No. Parrish 57 TEAM 4 McCray 1 Total ..........62 Opponents 38

Yds 1967 24 0 2030 1394

Avg 34.5 6.0 0.0 32.7 36.7

All Purpose Rush Rec Williams 260 81 Ray 230 57 Barnett 18 320 Hall 287 49 Willis -3 216 McCray 217 0 Hudson 0 191 Landrom 13 0 Lewis 0 135 Poss 0 36

TD 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 4

Long 26 19 6 26 99

Yds TD 902 4 305 2 6 0 -1 0 1212 6 1767 20

Long 59 71 6 -1 71 60

Long 49 23 0 49 73 PR 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 84 0 0

Punt Returns No. Landrom 9 Ray 1 Frazier 1 Lillard 1 Total ......................12 Opponents............33

Yds 84 7 1 4 96 491

Avg. 9.3 7.0 1.0 4.0 8.0 14.9

Kick Returns No. Williams 18 Ray 12 Barnett 12 Poss 5 WIlhite 2 Harry 2 Landrom 2 Willis 2 TEAM 1 Polis 1 Total ..................57 Opponents............20

Yds 292 320 155 48 6 15 14 40 0 8 898 355

Avg. 16.2 26.7 12.9 9.6 3.0 7.5 7.0 20.0 0.0 8.0 15.8 17.8

77

Long 71 59 36 16 42 41 43 18 12 47

KR 292 320 155 0 40 0 0 14 0 48

TB 0 0 0 0 5

I20 3 0 0 4 11

DR Total 0 633 0 614 0 493 0 336 0 253 0 217 0 191 44 155 0 135 0 84 TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 40 7 1 0 40 58 Long 27 94 20 25 4 9 16 26 0 8 94 44

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Orzechowski 0-6 0.0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-3 0-0 0 0 Defensive Leaders ST AT 38 39 Haines Ott 31 45 41 31 Neal 24 20 Shelton 17 21 Herring Lillard 23 13 20 16 Dean Harrison 15 19 Landrom 19 13 Dugan 11 15 Frazier 15 10 16 8 Pryor 10 12 Penny Polis 7 15 Muldrow 13 6 9 9 Gregg 5 9 Fruits Bryant 7 5 Sanford 5 5 4 Hillenbrand 4 Total ................372 472 Opponents ....-

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 77 4-6 5 76 4-15 2.0-14 1 72 6-23 3 44 5-11 1.5-8 38 8-32 1.0-13 2 2-0 36 12-25 1.0-4 36 2-5 1.0-4 34 1-1 32 11 26 3-6 25 2-12 24 4-23 2 1-0 22 4-19 1.5-12 22 1-1 1 19 2 18 14 2-3 12 1 10 1-8 8 1-1 714 65-211 8-61 28 1 3-0 23-190 23 19-76 18


yeaR-By-yeaR coMBined StatS (Since ‘98) 20 0 2 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S ( 2 -8 , 1 -6 ne c) Date 9/7 9/14 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16

Opponent W/L DAYTON L ST. PETER’S L SACRED HEART L STONY BROOK L @ CCSU L WAGNER L @ Albany L @ La Salle W @ Monmouth L ROBERT MORRIS W

Score Attend 39-0 1311 24-19 806 28-0 606 24-14 647 28-10 543 7-0 352 49-21 634 23-16 764 7-0 1018 14-7(OT) 707

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 138 Rushing 80 Passing 48 Penalty 10 Rushing Yardage 1118 Yards gained 1594 Yards lost 476 Attempts 423 Average/rush 2.6 Average/game 106.8 Touchdowns 8 Passing Yardage 1068 Att-Comp-Int 249-86-18 Averrage/pass 4.3 Average/catch 12.4 Average/game 106.8 Touchdowns 3 Total Offense 2186 Total Plays 672 Average/play 3.3 Average/game 218.6 Kick Returns: #-Yards 43-932 Punt Returns: #-Yards 35-176 Int. Returns: #-Yards 11-74 Fumbles-Lost 26-14 Penalties-Yards 73-648 Punts-Average 74-32.4 Time of Possession/Game 31:40 3rd Down Conversions 32/150 4th Down Conversions 9/27

OPP 144 73 51 20 1431 1788 357 403 3.6 107.7 17 1077 220-92-11 4.9 11.7 107.7 6 2508 623 4.0 250.8 20-318 31-288 18-242 20-14 63-557 67-36.0 28:18 36/136 2/9

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 30 17 33 14 7 Opponents 34 79 65 51 0

Total 101 229

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring TD FG Hall 6 0-0 Reesey 0 2-6 Hill 1 0-0 Williams 1 0-0 Jefferson 1 0-0 Rychlicki 1 0-0 Border 1 0-0 Landrom 1 0-0 Craig 1 0-0 MIller-Mitchell 1 0-0 McCray 0 0-0 Total..............14 2-6 Opponents ..30 6-14

Rushing Hall Williams Maraire Hill Smith

Att 189 62 27 8 13

Kick Rush Rcv Pass 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 11-13 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 11-13 0-0 0 0-1 27-29 0-0 1 1-1

Net 878 186 97 52 32

Avg. 4.6 3.0 3.6 6.5 2.5

TD 6 1 0 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 36 17 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 0 101 229

Long 33 19 33 15 7

Receiving Rychlicki Hill Jefferson Barnett Hudson Gergely Stewart Williams Ware Hall

No. 30 15 12 11 4 4 3 3 3 1

Yds. 411 290 143 96 43 14 32 28 3 8

Interceptions No. Haines 3 Landrom 3 Ott 2 Muldrow 1 Craig 1 Dean 1 Total ......................11 Opponents............18

Avg. 13.7 19.3 11.9 8.7 10.8 3.5 10.7 9.3 1.0 8.0

Yds. 29 17 3 0 25 0 74 242

Avg. 9.7 5.7 1.5 0.0 25.0 0.0 6.7 13.4

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Pct Border 141-55-8 39.0 McCray 60-14-5 23.3 Coughlin 47-16-5 34.0 Jefferson 1-1-0 100.0 Total ..............249-86-18 34.5 Opponents ..220-92-11 41.8 Punting No. Parrish 61 Koons 13 Total ..........74 Opponents 67

Yds 1963 438 2401 2413

Avg 32.2 33.7 32.4 36.0

All Purpose Rush Rec Hall 878 8 Landrom 0 0 Ware 28 3 Hill 52 290 Rychlicki 0 411 Williams 186 28 Jefferson 3 143 Barnett 2 96 Maraire 97 0 Thomas 0 0

TD 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4

Long 20 10 3 0 25 0 25 53

Yds TD 662 1 255 2 133 0 18 0 1068 3 1077 6

Long 43 63 48 18 63 53

Long 52 68 68 51 PR 0 103 73 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Punt Returns No. Landrom 24 Ware 11 Total ......................35 Opponents............31

Yds 103 73 176 288

Avg. 4.3 6.6 5.0 9.3

Kick Returns No. Ware 15 Landrom 15 Thomas 4 Hill 4 Frazier 2 Hicks 2 Haines 1 Total ..................43 Opponents............20

Yds 356 371 46 100 12 39 8 932 318

Avg. 23.7 24.7 11.5 25.0 6.0 19.5 8.0 21.7 15.9

78

Long 45 63 41 20 13 5 18 13 7 8

KR 0 371 356 100 0 0 0 0 0 46

TB 2 1 3 4

I20 7 2 9 21

DR Total 0 886 17 491 0 460 0 442 0 411 0 214 0 146 0 98 0 97 0 46 TD 0 0 0 2 TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 20 22 22 72 Long 57 88 14 35 13 28 8 88 33

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Reesey 2-6 33.3 0-0 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 35 2 Defensive Leaders ST AT 63 34 Neal Ott 52 22 39 24 Haines 28 18 Craig 23 20 Frazier Harrison 19 14 19 11 Penny 8 15 Dean 15 7 Bryant Miller-Mitchell13 9 Pryor 13 8 4 Landrom 15 11 8 Dugan Turner 16 2 Painter 10 5 8 6 Muldrow 4 7 Koons Rodney 3 3 Bowman 3 2 2 3 Hicks Total ................383 232 Opponents ....-

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 97 16.0-68 5.5-40 4 2 2-0 74 10.5-58 7.0-49 1 2 63 4.5-17 1.5-7 2 2-0 46 10.0-45 3.0-22 1 1 1-0 43 3.5-7 1.0-1 2 1 2-0 33 5.5-33 3.0-25 1 0 1-0 30 4.0-14 1.0-1 2 1 23 3.5-14 1.5-8 2-0 22 2.0-6 1 22 5.5-10 2.0-7 1-22 21 1.5-3 1 19 8 1 1-0 19 4.0-10 0.5-5 18 7 15 2.5-12 1.0-10 1 14 6 1 1-0 11 2.5-9 1.0-5 1 6 1.5-3 5 1 5 1.0-4 1 615 78-313 28-179 37 10 14-22 28-192 43 7 14-29


yeaR-By-yeaR coMBined StatS (Since â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;98) 2 0 03 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S (1 -9 , 0 -7 n ec) Date 9/6 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/8 11/15

Opponent GANNON @ Sacred Heart @ Valparaiso @ Robert Morris @ La Salle ALBANY @ Stony Brook CCSU @ Wagner MONMOUTH

W/L L L L L W L L L L L

Score Attend 52-20 1253 37-12 2502 38-6 1259 36-6 1317 33-27 1438 44-21 720 49-14 6079 35-28 1252 21-7 3100 28-21 764

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 161 Rushing 58 Passing 86 Penalty 17 Rushing Yardage 1013 Yards gained 1430 Yards lost 417 Attempts 387 Average/rush 2.6 Average/game 197.6 Touchdowns 8 Passing Yardage 1976 Att-Comp-Int 323-172-18 Averrage/pass 6.1 Average/catch 11.5 Average/game 197.6 Touchdowns 15 Total Offense 2989 Total Plays 710 Average/play 4.2 Average/game 298.9 Kick Returns: #-Yards 54-857 Punt Returns: #-Yards 24-89 Int. Returns: #-Yards 9-216 Fumbles-Lost 20-12 Penalties-Yards 57-471 Punts-Average 70-32.2 Time of Possession/Game 33:46 3rd Down Conversions 48/162 4th Down Conversions 10/26

OPP 165 93 66 6 2008 2325 317 395 5.1 182.9 27 1829 219-105-9 8.4 17.4 182.9 17 3837 614 6.2 383.7 35-749 40-312 18-249 18-10 74-691 53-34.1 26:14 38/118 4/13

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 53 29 27 59 Opponents 71 109 119 68 -

Total 168 367

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring TD Caputo 4 Hall 4 Palko 3 Sales 3 Graham 0 Taylor 2 Hill 2 Doria 1 McCray 1 Gergely 1 Craig 1 Harris 1 Motley 1 Hicks 1 Total..............25 Opponents ..51

Rushing Hall Harris Taylor Motley SanDoval

FG 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 4-9

Att 148 60 73 16 6

Kick Rush Rcv Pass 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 16-20 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 16-20 0-2 1 1-3 47-50 0-1 0 0-0

Net 623 240 205 52 20

Avg. 4.2 4.0 2.8 3.2 3.3

TD 4 1 2 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Pts 26 24 18 18 16 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 168 367

Long 42 22 20 10 15

Receiving Palko Sales Caputo McCray Harry Harris Border Gergely Motley Hill

No. 42 38 36 28 7 6 3 3 3 2

Yds. 354 519 419 411 28 25 37 31 13 120

Interceptions No. Turner 3 Haines 2 Landrom 2 Bryant 1 Craig 1 Total........................9 Opponents............18

Avg. 8.4 13.7 11.6 14.7 4.0 4.2 12.3 10.3 4.3 60.0

Yds. 76 17 37 36 50 216 249

Avg. 25.3 8.5 18.5 36.0 50.0 24.0 13.8

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Pct Doria 286-150-16 52.4 Coughlin 28-15-2 53.6 Border 8-6-0 75.0 Palko 1-1-0 100.0 Total ............330-144-16 43.6 Opponents ..249-137-8 55.0 Punting No. Parrish 65 TEAM 4 Fruits 1 Total ..........70 Opponents 53

Yds 2207 4 41 2252 1807

Avg 34.0 1.0 41.0 32.2 34.1

All Purpose Rush Rec Hall 623 7 Sales 8 519 Hill 0 120 Caputo 0 419 McCray 0 411 Palko 3 354 Harris 240 25 Taylor 205 9 Motley 52 13 Hicks 0 0

TD 3 3 4 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 TD 0 0 0 0 1 1 3

Long 45 17 20 36 50 50 81

Yds TD 1663 12 219 1 63 1 31 1 1401 4 1612 14

Long 66 53 25 31 46 45

Long 57 3 41 57 58 PR 0 0 0 0 0 53 0 0 0 0

Punt Returns No. Palko 19 Landrom 3 Herring 1 Bryant 1 Total ......................24 Opponents............40

Yds 53 18 3 15 89 312

Avg. 2.8 6.0 3.0 15.0 3.7 7.8

Kick Returns No. Hill 17 Motley 12 Hicks 8 Taylor 5 Harris 5 Landrom 3 Sales 2 Gergely 1 Klick 1 Total ..................54 Opponents............35

Yds 304 186 142 99 52 64 10 0 0 857 749

Avg. 17.9 15.5 17.8 19.8 10.4 21.3 5.0 0.0 0.0 15.9 21.4

79

Long 50 43 53 52 9 11 21 18 6 66

KR 0 10 304 0 0 0 52 99 186 142

TB 1 0 0 1 3

I20 9 0 1 10 19

DR Total 0 630 0 537 0 424 0 419 0 411 0 410 0 317 0 313 0 251 0 142 TD 0 0 0 0 0 3 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 10 13 0 0 13 41 Long 54 28 33 43 15 40 6 0 0 54 75

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Graham 0-2 0.0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 Defensive Leaders ST AT 51 39 Haines Craig 34 23 31 23 Davis 24 17 Hicks 26 14 Bryant Dean 16 15 16 12 Koons Bowman 13 14 18 9 Herring Turner 16 2 Davis 10 6 7 8 Dugan 5 10 Mitchell Whalen 9 5 SanDoval 3 7 Landrom 10 3 4 Ignatz Yachovich 3 4 Robinson 5 2 6 1 Palko Total ................357 248 Opponents ....-

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 90 7.5-27 1.0-8 4 57 6.5-16 1.0-6 3 2 1-0 54 9.5-34 1.0-4 1 1 41 1.5-7 0.5-5 2 2-5 40 0.05-1 1 31 5.5-13 0.5-4 1 1-0 28 5.0-17 2.0-9 27 1.5-11 0.5-3 4 27 9.5-71 5.0-41 2 1-0 18 1.0-4 6 1-0 16 3.0-5 1.0-2 1 15 2.0-14 1.0-9 15 0.5-2 2 14 2.0-5 00.5-2 1 10 1.0-4 1.0-4 1 10 6 7 7 7 1.0-1 1-0 7 1-0 605 61-248 15-97 37 8 10-5 36-238 47 11 12-88


yeaR-By-yeaR coMBined StatS (Since â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;98) 2 0 04 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S ( 3- 8, 1- 6 n ec) Date 9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

Opponent W/L @ Georgetown L SACRED HEART W VALPARAISO W ROBERT MORRIS L LA SALLE W @ Albany L STONY BROOK L @ CCSU L @ Morehead State L WAGNER L @ Monmouth L

Score Attend 36-7 1671 35-28 738 17-13 850 28-10 910 45-42 940 38-0 4123 29-21 534 35-17 2457 7-2 3783 17-14 1045 49-39 1889

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 207 Rushing 77 Passing 118 Penalty 12 Rushing Yardage 1492 Yards gained 1758 Yards lost 266 Attempts 368 Average/rush 4.1 Average/game 135.6 Touchdowns 9 Passing Yardage 2290 Att-Comp-Int 395-204-16 Averrage/pass 5.8 Average/catch 11.2 Average/game 208.2 Touchdowns 14 Total Offense 3782 Total Plays 763 Average/play 5.0 Average/game 343.8 Kick Returns: #-Yards 51-1026 Punt Returns: #-Yards 12-53 Int. Returns: #-Yards 12-63 Fumbles-Lost 14-9 Penalties-Yards 82-629 Punts-Average 60-32.8 Time of Possession/Game 30:40 3rd Down Conversions 66/164 4th Down Conversions 8/21

OPP 211 100 92 19 2060 2358 298 437 4.7 187.3 23 2234 306-149-12 7.3 15.0 203.1 15 4294 743 5.8 390.4 42-876 33-412 16-262 16-5 101-798 39-37.1 28:06 53/146 9/25

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 71 48 42 46 Opponents 83 88 81 70 -

Total 207 322

Receiving Palko Caputo Sales DeLeo McCray Harris Shannon SanDoval Beck Taylor

No. 82 54 24 18 7 6 4 3 2 2

Yds. 679 755 409 `212 119 13 24 39 18 1

Interceptions No. Haines 2 Craig 2 Bowman 2 Beninato 2 Dean 1 Bryant 1 Turner 1 Arnett 1 Total ......................12 Opponents............16

Yds. 2 55 0 -3 6 -3 6 0 63 260

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Doria 364-190-14 DeLeo 25-12-1 Korn 4-1-1 Palko 2-1-0 Total ............395-204-16 Opponents..306-149-12 Punting No. Davison 57 TEAM 3 Total ..........60 Opponents 39

Yds 1966 0 1966 1448

Avg. 8.3 14.0 17.0 11.8 17.0 2.2 6.0 13.0 9.0 0.5 Avg. 1.0 27.5 0.0 -1.5 6.0 -3.0 6.0 0.0 5.2 16.4

Pct 52.2 48.0 25.0 50.0 51.6 48.7 Avg 34.5 0.0 32.8 37.1

All Purpose Rush Rec Harris 792 13 Taylor 773 1 Caputo 0 755 Palko 0 679 Motley 59 0 Sales 0 409 Richards 12 0 DeLeo 5 212 McCray 0 119 Hicks 0 0

TD 2 7 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Long 24 57 45 25 34 7 9 30 13 3

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Long 2 51 0 0 6 0 6 0 51 53

Yds TD 2115 13 132 0 12 0 31 1 2290 14 2234 15

Long 57 22 12 31 57 61

Long 48 0 48 63 PR 0 0 0 53 0 0 0 0 0 0

KR 0 0 0 6 632 0 265 0 0 116

TB 2 0 2 3

I20 11 0 11 15

DR Total 0 805 0 774 0 755 0 738 0 691 0 409 0 277 0 217 0 119 0 116

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring TD FG Kick Rush Rcv Pass Sciulli 0 7-12 24-24 0-0 0 0-0 Caputo 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 Taylor 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Sales 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 DeLeo 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Palko 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Harris 1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 Doria 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 Craig 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Dean 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Richards 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 McCray0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Total..............26 7-12 24-24 1-1 1 1-1 Opponents ..42 10-21 36-38 2-2 0 0-2

Rushing Harris Taylor Motley Richards DeLeo

Att 167 140 12 3 8

Net 792 773 59 12 5

Avg. 4.7 5.5 4.9 4.0 0.6

TD 1 6 0 0 1

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

Pts 45 44 36 18 12 12 8 6 6 6 6 2 207 322

Long 39 60 14 6 6

Punt Returns No. Palko 12 Total ......................12 Opponents............33

Yds 53 53 412

Avg. 4.4 4.4 12.5

Kick Returns No. Motley 30 Richards 12 Hicks 4 Palko 2 McCune 1 Taylor 1 Whalen 1 Total ..................51 Opponents............42

Yds 632 265 116 6 4 0 3 1026 876

Avg. 21.1 22.1 29.0 3.0 4.0 0.0 3.0 20.1 20.9

80

TD 0 0 1 TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 14 14 84 Long 43 86 47 6 4 0 3 86 82

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Sciulli 7-12 58.3 0-0 5-6 2-6 0-0 0-0 31 2 Defensive Leaders ST AT 50 48 Haines Craig 35 27 31 24 Bryant 24 22 Sevelo 25 20 HIcks Turner 33 8 Bowman 29 10 25 12 Herring 17 19 Dean Arnett 24 11 Koons 20 12 9 21 McCune 21 6 Smith Beninato 15 10 Shine 12 12 12 10 Mitchell 9 12 Whalen Ignatz 4 8 Richards 3 7 4 6 Harrison Total ................424 332 Opponents ....-

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 98 5.5-16 3 62 6.0-18 1.05 3 55 2.0-4 1 46 4.5-13 1.0-7 3 45 3.0-14 1.5-11 5 41 1.0-6 8 39 10 37 8.0-35 3.0-21 1 1 3-20 36 6.0-12 0.5-3 3 1-0 35 32 2.5-18 1.0-17 1 30 5.0-13 3 27 2.5-6 25 1.0-2 1-0 24 4.5-24 2.0-19 1 22 2.0-8 21 1 12 0.5-2 10 10 756 55-193 10-83 41 3 5-20 16-262 48 11 9-86


yeaR-By-yeaR coMBined StatS (Since ‘98) 2 0 0 5 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S ( 3 -8 , 3 - 4 n ec) Date 9/3 9/10 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

Opponent W/L MOREHEAD STATE L @ St. Peter’s L @ La Salle L @ Robert Morris W CCSU W @ Stony Brook L ALBANY L @ Sacred Heart L MONMOUTH W @ Wagner L DUQUESNE L

Score Attend 26-25 1152 25-22 1147 29-27 1361 35-28 3784 31-28 1078 47-29 2631 25-16 1181 53-45 2007 19-15 1273 23-21 1777 44-17 1022

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 248 Rushing 82 Passing 149 Penalty 17 Rushing Yardage 1256 Yards gained 1465 Yards lost 209 Attempts 330 Average/rush 3.8 Average/game 114.2 Touchdowns 13 Passing Yardage 3223 Att-Comp-Int 465-276-12 Averrage/pass 6.9 Average/catch 11.7 Average/game 293.0 Touchdowns 24 Total Offense 4479 Total Plays 795 Average/play 5.6 Average/game 407.2 Kick Returns: #-Yards 49-788 Punt Returns: #-Yards 15-58 Int. Returns: #-Yards 11-103 Fumbles-Lost 14-10 Penalties-Yards 68-563 Punts-Average 43-32.1 Time of Possession/Game 31:39 3rd Down Conversions 80/163 4th Down Conversions 11/26

OPP 223 118 96 9 2268 2497 229 421 5.4 206.2 28 2121 287-165-11 7.4 12.9 192.8 16 4389 708 6.2 399.0 38-821 17-191 12-248 16-5 80-760 40-38.7 27:58 58/128 5/13

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 73 68 72 74 Opponents 59 105 90 89 -

Total 287 343

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring TD FG Kick Rush Rcv Pass Caputo 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 Sciulli 0 9-11 28-28 0-0 0-0 1-1 Harris 7 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 Palko 7 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 1-1 Doria 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2-5 Rivera 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 SanDoval 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Craig 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Williams 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Hale 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 Sevelo 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 Total..............37 9-11 28-28 0-2 4 4-7 Opponents ..48 7-15 28-40 3-5 0 0-3

Rushing Harris Taylor SanDoval Palko Williams

Att 204 46 6 1 1

Net 1052 233 8 6 3

Avg. 5.2 5.1 1.3 6.0 3.0

TD 7 0 2 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01 0

Pts 78 55 42 42 24 18 12 6 6 2 2 287 343

Long 44 51 4 6 3

Receiving Caputo Palko Harris Rivera Williams Fox Taylor Sales DeLeo SanDoval

No. 92 85 39 23 21 6 3 3 2 1

Yds. 1433 812 303 304 182 107 34 20 22 4

Interceptions No. Coleman 2 Beninato 2 Hicks 2 Bowman 2 Mitchell 1 Sevelo 1 Ignatz 1 Total ......................11 Opponents............12

Avg. 15.6 9.6 7.8 13.2 8.7 17.8 11.3 6.7 11.0 4.0

Yds. -4 57 26 1 -2 0 25 103 248

Avg. -2.0 28.5 13.0 0.5 -2.0 0.0 25.0 9.4 20.7

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Pct Doria 409-252-10 61.6 Coughlin 48-21-1 43.8 DeLeo 7-2-1 28.6 Palko 1-1-0 100.0 Total ............465-276-12 59.4 Opponents ..28-165-11 57.5 Punting No. Fuller 20 Palko 13 Koons 9 TEAM 1 Total ..........43 Opponents 40

Yds 656 487 238 0 1381 1548

Avg 32.8 37.5 26.4 0.0 32.1 38.7

All Purpose Rush Rec Harris 1052 303 Caputo 0 1433 Palko 6 812 Hicks 0 0 Taylor 233 34 Rivera 0 304 Williams 3 182 Fox 0 107 Bowman 0 0 Beninato 0 0

TD 12 7 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long 0 46 26 1 0 0 25 46 72

Yds TD 2895 21 271 2 21 0 36 1 3223 24 2121 16

Long 80 42 22 36 80 50

Long 50 51 40 0 51 68 PR 0 0 58 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Punt Returns No. Palko 15 Total ......................15 Opponents............17

Yds 58 58 191

Avg. 3.9 3.9 11.2

Kick Returns No. Hicks 17 Harris 16 Taylor 5 Bowman 4 SanDoval 3 Ueberroth 1 Strauss 1 Richards 1 Beck 1 Total ..................49 Opponents............38

Yds 321 257 51 59 45 21 15 19 0 788 821

Avg. 18.9 16.1 10.2 14.8 15.0 21.0 15.0 19.0 0.0 16.1 21.6

81

Long 80 49 33 28 62 30 24 10 16 4

KR 257 0 0 321 51 0 0 0 59 0

TB 2 1 0 0 3 2

I20 1 4 1 0 6 15

DR Total 0 1612 0 1433 0 876 26 347 0 318 0 304 0 185 0 107 1 60 57 57 TD 0 0 1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 14 14 25 Long 37 30 29 27 18 21 15 19 0 37 60

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Sciulli 9-11 81.8 1-1 3-4 5-5 0-1 0-0 39 0 Defensive Leaders ST AT 41 48 Hicks Beninato 41 32 30 40 Sevelo 33 33 Ignatz 28 34 Craig Bowman 30 13 McCune 13 27 Newcomer 15 16 Ardestani 15 15 Shine 12 15 Richards 11 13 9 Coleman 13 7 13 Faalogo Robinson 7 11 Vaitolu 10 7 8 8 Shannon 4 12 Mitchell Hamilton 5 10 Williams 11 4 7 6 Smith Total ................374 389 Opponents ....-

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 89 1.5-3 3 73 5.5-23 4 70 5.0-13 1.5-7 2 66 4.0-18 0.5-5 2 62 9.0-25 2.0-12 1 1 43 1.0-12 10 1 1-0 40 2.0-7 0.5-5 1 1-0 31 5.58-18 1.0-6 1 2-0 30 2 1 27 4.0-4 0.5-0 2 1 24 1.0-3 4 22 0.5-1 3 1 20 4.5-12 1.0-7 18 3.5-21 0.5-2 1 17 0.5-7 16 2.5-10 0.5-4 16 1.0-2 1 15 2.0-12 15 0.5-6 1 1-0 13 763 56-217 8-48 37 5 5-0 30-124 54 8 10-10


yeaR-By-yeaR coMBined StatS (Since ‘98) 2 00 6 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S ( 3- 8, 0 -5 ne c) Date 9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11

Opponent W/L ST. PETER’S W @ Delaware State L @ Duquesne L LA SALLE L ROBERT MORRIS L @ CCSU L STONY BROOK L @ Albany L SACRED HEART W @ Monmouth L WAGNER W

Score Attend 38-3 1185 63-28 3113 41-10 4614 24-21 1115 45-13 1394 62-21 4026 30-20 716 48-0 5964 21-14 545 54-20 3817 35-14 1212

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 193 Rushing 92 Passing 92 Penalty 9 Rushing Yardage 1865 Yards gained 2027 Yards lost 162 Attempts 398 Average/rush 4.7 Average/game 169.5 Touchdowns 15 Passing Yardage 1931 Att-Comp-Int 293-155-7 Averrage/pass 6.6 Average/catch 12.5 Average/game 175.5 Touchdowns 16 Total Offense 3796 Total Plays 691 Average/play 5.5 Average/game 345.1 Kick Returns: #-Yards 58-969 Punt Returns: #-Yards 13-67 Int. Returns: #-Yards 7-17 Fumbles-Lost 15-13 Penalties-Yards 75-633 Punts-Average 51-29.3 Time of Possession/Game 32:33 3rd Down Conversions 61/142 4th Down Conversions 9/20

OPP 204 105 85 14 2319 2546 227 378 6.1 210.8 28 1982 251-150-7 7.9 13.2 180.2 22 4301 629 6.8 391.0 32-647 28-342 7-104 14-5 80-785 39-35.8 26:38 50/116 8/14

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 65 57 63 42 Opponents 108 119 81 90 -

Total 227 398

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring Harris Caputo Sciulli Rivera Sales Doria Richards Palko Williams

Rushing Harris Richards Jenkins Magulick Williams

TD 11 8 0 4 2 2 2 1 1

FG Kick Rush Rcv Pass 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 4-6 28-30 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0

Att 275 66 10 9 1

Net 1330 455 61 37 10

Avg. 4.8 6.9 6.1 4.1 10.0

TD 11 2 0 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 66 48 40 24 12 12 12 7 6

Long 90 79 26 8 10

Receiving Caputo Rivera Palko Harris Williams Sales Bishop Richards Colmer DeLeo

No. 63 21 16 13 9 9 5 5 4 4

Yds. 857 360 175 87 138 108 43 38 45 27

Interceptions No. Bentley 2 Tims 1 Vali 1 Ardestani 1 Williamson 1 Long 1 Total........................7 Opponents ............7

Yds. 0 22 0 -5 0 0 17 104

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Doria 286-151-6 Little 5-4-1 Palko 1-0-0 Fuller 1-0-0 Total ..............293-155-7 Opponents ..251-150-7 Punting No. Fuller 32 Palko 16 Opponents 39

Yds 975 507 1935

Avg. 13.6 17.1 10.9 6.7 15.3 12.0 8.6 7.6 11.2 6.8 Avg. 0.0 22.0 0.0 -5.0 0.0 0.0 2.4 14.9

Pct 52.8 80.0 0.0 0.0 52.9 59.8 Avg 30.5 31.7 35.8

All Purpose Rush Rec Harris 1330 87 Richards 455 38 Caputo 0 857 Rivera 0 360 Colmer 0 45 Palko 0 175 Williams 10 138 Sales 0 108 Jenkins 61 0 Wright-Easy 0 9

TD 8 4 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long 0 22 0 0 0 0 22 38

Yds TD 1871 15 60 1 0 0 0 0 1931 16 1982 22

Long 44 32 0 0 44 57

Long 44 43 53 PR 0 0 31 23 0 0 13 0 0 0

Punt Returns No. Caputo 7 Rivera 3 Williams 3 Total ......................13 Opponents............28

Yds 31 23 13 67 342

Avg. 4.4 7.7 4.3 5.2 12.2

Kick Returns No. Richards 24 Colmer 14 Harris 6 Wright-Easy 4 Cal. Williams 4 Hicks 2 SanDoval 1 Palko 1 Cor. Williams 1 L. Williams 1 Total ..................58 Opponents............32

Yds 422 279 102 50 50 13 10 30 0 13 969 647

Avg. 17.6 19.9 17.0 12.5 12.5 6.5 10.0 30.0 0.0 13.0 16.7 20.2

82

Long 43 36 26 31 44 28 14 14 17 13

KR 102 422 0 0 279 30 13 0 0 50

TB 0 0 3

I20 7 3 7

DR Total 0 1519 0 915 0 888 0 383 0 324 0 205 0 174 0 108 0 61 0 59 TD 0 0 0 0 1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 9 17 8 17 58 Long 42 31 40 18 21 8 10 30 0 13 42 77

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Sciulli 4-6 66.7 0-0 1-2 3-3 0-1 0-0 36 0 Defensive Leaders ST AT Ardestani 35 47 Sevelo 17 49 35 27 Ignatz Beninato 17 21 16 21 Hutton Coleman 21 14 13 21 Long 7 23 Mimms 20 Newcomer 8 Tims 14 13 Sales 11 14 5 20 McCune 12 9 Tali Shannon 8 13 Bentley 13 7 5 15 Shine 6 Cal. Williams 10 Mitchell 6 6 Richards 6 6 8 Williamson 3 Total ................310 410 Opponents ....-

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 82 4.0-14 2 1-0 66 8.5-41 4.0-43 2 62 2.0-8 4 38 6.0-35 2.5-21 2 2-3 37 4.0-18 35 4 34 0.5-0 1-0 7 30 3.0-10 1.5-10 1 28 3.0-8 0.5-3 27 1.5-5 3 251 1-0 25 3.0-5 21 3.0-9 1.0-3 21 2.5-6 0.5-3 1 20 4 20 1.5-3 0.5-2 1 16 3 12 1.0-8 1.0-8 12 11 0.5-2 4 720 52-196 15-90 37 4 5-10 13-55 38 10 13-24


yeaR-By-yeaR coMBined StatS (Since â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;98) 2 0 0 7 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S ( 3 -7 , 2- 4 n ec) Date 9/8 9/15 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10

Opponent W/L MOREHEAD STATE L @ Robert Morris L @ Liberty L CCSU L DUQUESNE L ALBANY L @ Sacred Heart W @ Wagner W @ La Salle W

Score Attend 21-14 1335 28-14 1784 68-10 13983 43-7 1014 24-17 628 58-21 1172 35-30 2004 23-20 877 51-10 750

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 152 Rushing 65 Passing 82 Penalty 5 Rushing Yardage 1275 Yards gained 1592 Yards lost 317 Attempts 350 Average/rush 3.6 Average/game 127.5 Touchdowns 9 Passing Yardage 1928 Att-Comp-Int 296-144-13 Averrage/pass 6.5 Average/catch 13.4 Average/game 127.5 Touchdowns 16 Total Offense 3203 Total Plays 646 Average/play 5.0 Average/game 320.3 Kick Returns: #-Yards 57-1113 Punt Returns: #-Yards 19-188 Int. Returns: #-Yards 12-253 Fumbles-Lost 23-15 Penalties-Yards 43-359 Punts-Average 61-35.8 Time of Possession/Game 30:04 3rd Down Conversions 40/139 4th Down Conversions 10/18

OPP 188 103 76 9 1938 2244 306 406 4.8 193..8 20 1939 267-142-12 7.3 13.7 193.8 24 3877 673 5.8 387.7 37-822 37-452 13-156 15-8 60-731 52-39.9 29:46 52/135 8/15

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 54 48 38 69 Opponents 89 99 72 89 -

Total 209 349

Receiving No. Rivera 48 Winston 20 Cal. Williams17 Eison 13 DeLeo 13 Richards 9 Zarnich 7 Bishop 5 Bragg 4 Colmer 3

Yds. 885 305 80 192 175 61 90 48 28 19

Interceptions No. Parker 3 Cor. Williams 2 Coleman 2 Sanders 1 Gillmen 1 Williamson 1 Fisher 1 Horne 1 Total ......................12 Opponents............13

Yds. 88 13 64 0 11 32 45 0 253 156

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Little 144-295-13 Martella 0-1-0 Total ............144-296-13 Opponents..142-267-12 Punting No. Fuller 59 TEAM 2 Total ..........61 Opponents 52

Yds 2182 0 2182 2073

Avg. 18.4 15.2 4.7 14.8 13.5 6.8 12.9 9.6 7.0 6.3 Avg. 29.3 6.5 32.0 0.0 11.0 32.0 45.0 0.0 21.1 12.0

Pct 48.8 0.0 48.6 53.2 Avg 37.0 0.0 35.8 39.9

All Purpose Rush Rec Rivera -7 885 Cal. Williams 643 80 Yearwood 150 0 Richards 400 61 Winston 7 305 Bragg 20 28 Eison 0 192 DeLeo 0 175 Zarnich 0 90 Parker 0 0

TD 7 3 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 0

Long 62 44 22 43 30 12 22 15 11 8

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Long 61 10 47 0 11 32 45 0 61 61

Yds TD 1928 16 0 0 1928 16 1939 24

Long 62 0 62 66

Long 60 0 60 59 PR 129 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

KR 0 55 472 101 197 253 0 0 0 0

TB 4 0 4 5

I20 8 0 8 20

DR Total 0 1007 0 778 0 628 0 562 0 509 0 301 0 192 0 175 0 90 88 88

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring TD FG Connors 2 0-0 Ott 2 0-0 Bacco 0 1-3 Pittman 1 0-0 Swords 1 0-0 Brady 1 0-0 Buchak 1 0-0 DeSocio 0 2-4 TEAM 0 0-0 Total ..............8 3-7 Opponents ..37 6-13

Rushing Att Cal. Williams 147 Richards 79 Yearwood 22 Ardestani 13 Gillmen 1

Kick Rush Rcv Pass 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 7-8 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 7-8 0-0 0 0-0 27-32 0-1 0 0-4

Net 643 400 150 29 28

Avg. 4.4 5.1 6.8 2.2 28.0

TD 5 0 0 0 0

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2

Pts 12 12 10 6 6 6 6 6 2 66 271

Long 85 65 73 8 28

Punt Returns No. Yds Rivera 14 129 Colmer 2 14 Yearwood 2 6 Iachini 1 26 Sanders 1(blocked) 13 Total ......................19 188 Opponents............37 452

Avg. 9.2 7.0 3.0 26.0 13.0 9.9 12.2

Kick Returns No. Yearwood 23 Bragg 11 Winston 9 Richards 5 Cal. Williams 3 Lewis 2 Betz 1 Jackson 1 Parker 1 Martella 1 Total ..................57 Opponents............37

Avg. 20.5 23.0 21.9 20.2 18.3 7.0 15.0 3.0 0.0 3.0 19.5 22.2

Yds 472 253 197 101 55 14 15 3 0 3 1113 822

83

TD 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 41 9 6 26 13 41 53 Long 30 40 41 38 32 10 15 3 0 3 41 73

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Sciulli 7-13 53.8 0-0 5-6 1-3 1-4 0-0 43 2 Defensive Leaders ST AT 55 71 Lewis Parker 31 52 24 33 Shepard 19 37 Jones 29 25 Lavala Beninato 17 28 21 23 Sevelo Williamson 24 10 13 18 Bentley Gillmen 14 17 Horne 15 9 14 Coleman 6 6 14 Tali Fisher 4 14 Cor. Williams 7 9 4 11 Shannon 5 9 Shine Hindman 1 12 Ardestani 6 5 6 Yearwood 4 Total ................333 445 Opponents ....-

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 126 10.0-43 3-20 3 1 1-0 83 7.0-26 2-12 1 1-0 57 7.0-35 3-18 1 56 6.5-20 3-9 3 54 5.0-22 3-17 1 1 45 4.0-18 2-13 5 1-0 44 11.5-41 4-23 34 4.0-5 8 31 4 31 1 24 4 20 1.0-2 3 20 1.5-10 1-9 18 7.5-34 3-17 1 16 2 15 2.5-161-12 3 1-0 14 2.0-5 1-2 13 0.5-2 1-0 11 1.0-4 10 778 73-287 21-152 37 2 8-0 20-148 46 14 15-45


yeaR-By-yeaR coMBined StatS (Since â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;98) 2 0 08 F i n a l S t a t i S t i c S (0 -1 1, 0 -7 n ec) Date 9/6 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/8 11/15 11/22

Opponent W/L @ VMI L MARIST L @ Duquesne L @ Morehead State L @ Monmouth L SACRED HEART L WAGNER L @ Albany L @ CCSU L ROBERT MORRIS L BRYANT L

Score Attend 49-0 5123 30-22 1428 21-7 2454 36-21 5783 42-15 2813 41-24 750 17-13 1023 27-3 5284 36-0 3069 35-20 943 23-0 885

Team Statistics SFU First Downs 150 Rushing 58 Passing 81 Penalty 11 Rushing Yardage 771 Yards gained 1142 Yards lost 371 Attempts 332 Average/rush 2.3 Average/game 70.1 Touchdowns 6 Passing Yardage 1897 Att-Comp-Int 341-167-17 Averrage/pass 5.6 Average/catch 11.4 Average/game 172.5 Touchdowns 9 Total Offense 2668 Total Plays 673 Average/play 4.0 Average/game 172.5 Kick Returns: #-Yards 56-948 Punt Returns: #-Yards 13-114 Int. Returns: #-Yards 7-61 Fumbles-Lost 24-12 Penalties-Yards 52-484 Punts-Average 71-40.9 Time of Possession/Game 29:47 3rd Down Conversions 34/147 4th Down Conversions 16/29

OPP 201 109 77 15 2131 2446 315 463 4.6 193.7 23 1739 241-134-7 7.2 13.0 158.1 22 3870 704 5.5 158.1 29-591 47-511 17-276 29-10 53-482 51-38.5 30:13 59/139 8/18

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Saint Francis 13 57 34 21 Opponents 73 85 72 127 -

Total 125 357

|-----------PAT------------| Scoring TD Campbell 0 Winston 3 Williams 3 Zarnich 3 Rivera 2 Howze 2 Little 2 Long 1 Sipe 0 Lavala 0 Total..............16 Opponents ..49

Rushing Yearwood Williams Conley Sipe Winston

FG 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-7 6-8

Att 111 118 14 23 14

Kick Rush Rcv Pass 11-15 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 11-15 0-1 0 0-0 43-47 0-1 0 0-1

Net 355 350 79 69 59

Avg. 3.2 3.0 5.6 3.0 4.2

TD 0 3 0 0 1

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 29 18 18 18 12 12 12 6 0 0 125 357

Long 20 45 19 27 20

Receiving Winston Williams Colmer Zarnich Howze Rivera Yearwood Dixon Blahovec Conley

No. 56 27 21 16 13 11 10 6 3 2

Yds. 589 238 117 241 327 203 74 44 26 8

Interceptions No. Horne 2 Lewis 2 Rivera-Ortiz 1 Parker 1 Long 1 Total........................7 Opponents............17

Avg. 10.5 8.8 5.6 15.1 25.2 18.5 7.4 7.3 8.7 4.0

Yds. 8 20 0 13 20 61 276

Avg. 4.0 10.0 0.0 13.0 20.0 8.7 16.2

Passing Cmp-Att-Int Pct Little 151-292-12 51.7 Sipe 15-45-5 33.3 TEAM 0-3-0 0.0 Davis 1-1-0 100.0 Total ............167-341-17 49.0 Opponents ..134-241-7 55.6 Punting No. Fuller 71 Total ..........71 Opponents 51

Yds 2906 2906 1963

Avg 40.9 40.9 38.5

All Purpose Rush Rec Winston 59 589 Williams 350 238 Yearwood 355 74 Howze 0 327 Zarnich 0 241 Rivera 0 203 Colmer 0 117 Conley 79 8 Sipe 69 0 Dixon 0 44

TD 2 0 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 TD 8 0 0 0 1 1 1

Long

Yds TD 1734 9 149 0 0 0 14 0 1897 9 1739 22

Long 86 35 0 14 86 91

Long 54 54 70 PR 93 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0

Punt Returns No. Winston 11 Lavala 1 Rivera 1 Total ......................13 Opponents............47

Yds 93 2 19 114 511

Avg. 8.5 2.0 19.0 8.8 10.9

Kick Returns No. Winston 23 Williams 22 Armstead 3 Yearwood 3 Cardiff 2 Revtai 1 Long 1 Grimes 1 Total ..................56 Opponents............29

Yds 410 419 33 37 14 7 17 11 948 591

Avg. 17.8 19.0 11.0 12.3 7.0 7.0 17.0 11.0 16.9 20.4

84

Long 43 31 17 31 86 45 20 14 14 6

KR 410 419 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TB 3 3 7

15 0 13 20 20 85

I20 16 16 11

DR Total 0 1151 0 1007 0 466 0 327 0 241 0 222 0 117 0 87 0 69 0 44 TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 34 0 19 34 57 Long 34 55 12 21 9 7 17 11 55 72

Field Goals FGM/FGA Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Campbell 6-7 85.7 0-0 4-5 2-2 0-0 0-0 34 0 Defensive Leaders ST AT 53 89 Lewis Parker 43 79 26 54 Shepard 24 33 Horne 13 39 Lavala Fisher 12 28 13 26 Revtai 10 24 Sanders Williamson 21 10 Brown 4 24 Rivera-Ortiz 17 9 7 19 Adams 14 Hindman 5 Betz 1 15 Bentley 10 5 8 Wingertsahn 7 4 11 Long Tali 3 11 Kellman 4 10 4 9 Cardiff Total ................312 572 Opponents ....-

TT TFL-Yds SK-Yds PD FF FR-Yds 142 18.5-71 5.0-37 1 2-0 122 10.0-27 1.0-6 6 2 1-0 80 4.5-14 1.0-6 2-0 57 1.5-5 2 52 1.0-1 2 1 40 11.5-37 3.0-24 3 1 39 3.0-5 34 1.0-3 5 31 3.0-6 + 6 1 1-0 28 2.5-13 1.0-11 26 26 2.5-9 0.5-5 2 1-0 19 2.0-13 1.5-13 1 16 1.5-1 - -1-0 15 3 15 2.0-6 1.0-5 15 2 14 2.5-6 14 0.5-0 1 1-0 13 884 70-221 14-107 31 10 9-0 326-219 57 13 12-132


GaMe RecoRdS (ind.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6.

MOST YARDS RUSHING 337, Ted Helsel vs. Gallaudet, 11/3/79 283, Todd Harris vs. Wagner, 11/11/06 248, Michael Hall vs. La Salle, 10/4/03 247, Michael Hall vs. La Salle, 11/2/02 243, Calvin Williams at La Salle, 11/17/07 239, Todd Harris vs. Stony Brook, 10/16/04 239, Ted Helsel vs. Gallaudet, 11/11/78

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

MOST YARDS PASSING 494, Anthony Doria vs. Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 398, Anthony Doria vs. Albany, 10/11/03 395, Kevin Magee vs. CCSU, 10/2/93 344, Jeremy Swords vs. La Salle, 11/15/97 342, Anthony Doria vs. CCSU, 10/8/05 340, Anthony Doria vs. Monmouth, 11/13/04

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST YARDS RUSHING BY AN OPPONENT 332, Justice Hairston (CCSU), 10/7/06 316, J.J. Allen (Marist), 10/31/98 250, Tim Hall (Robert Morris), 11/11/95 249, Naim Sanders (Butler), 9/19/98 247, David Sinisi (Monmouth), 10/4/08

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5.

MOST YARDS PASSING BY AN OPPONENT 449, Michael Jump (La Salle), 10/2/04 369, Todd Heigley (Gannon), 9/21/96 339, Ed Marynowitz (LaSalle), 10/4/03 332, Terry O'Hare (Wagner), 11/21/92 314, Josh Dudash (Stony Brook), 10/14/06 314, Doug Rossback (Monmouth), 10/16/93

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5.

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS 47, Michael Hall vs. La Salle, 10/4/03 39, Kevin Keenan vs. Duquesne, 11/7/92 38, Kevin Keenan vs. St. Peter's, 9/24/93 37, Michael Hall vs. La Salle, 11/2/02 36, Kevin Keenan vs. St. John Fisher, 10/31/92 36, Chris Palumbo vs. Siena, 10/20/90

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS 63, Anthony Doria vs. Albany, 10/11/03 61, Anthony Doria vs. Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 58, George Little vs. Monmouth, 10/4/08 54, Anthony Doria vs. Albany, 10/22/05 53, Anthony Doria vs. Monmouth, 10/13/04

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5.

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY AN OPPONENT 46, Anthony Lawrence (Bridgewater-VA), 9/24/88 43, Anthony Lawrence (Bridgewater-VA), 9/26/87 39, Mike Birosak (Dickinson), 9/9/89 38, Naim Sanders (Butler), 9/19/98 36, Rich Prather (Frostburg State), 10/31/81 36, Pedro Bowman (Duquesne), 11/3/84

1. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6.

MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS BY AN OPPONENT 48, Doug Rossback (Monmouth), 10/16/93 48, Michael Jump (La Salle), 10/2/04 47, Dale Fink (Sacred Heart), 10/27/07 46, Ed Marynowitz (La Salle), 11/2/02 45, Sam Tirone (CCSU), 10/22/94 44, Mike Bramowski (La Salle), 11/15/97

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8.

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RUSHING 90, Todd Harris vs. Wagner, 11/11/06 85, Calvin Williams at La Salle, 11/17/07 81, Dave Sheredy vs. St. Vincent, 10/28/78 79, Anthony Richards at Delaware State, 9/9/06 74, Ted Helsel vs. Gallaudet, 11/11/78 70, Ted Helsel vs. Rutgers-Newark, 10/6/79 69, Kevin Keenan vs. Mercyhurst, 10/1/94 64, Ted Helsel vs. Gallaudet, 11/3/79 64, Wes Clemons vs. Albany, 10/23/99

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

MOST PASSING COMPLETIONS 38, Anthony Doria vs. Albany, 10/11/03 35, Anthony Doria vs. CCSU, 10/8/05 33, Anthony Doria at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 33, Kevin Magee vs. CCSU, 10/2/93 32, George Little vs. Monmouth, 10/4/08 31, Jeremy Swords vs. Sacred Heart, 10/2/99 29, Anthony Doria at Stony Brook, 10/15/05 29, Anthony Doria vs. Albany, 10/22/05 29, Kevin Magee vs. Sacred Heart, 9/18/93 26, Anthony Doria vs. Valparaiso, 9/18/04 26, Anthony Doria vs. Monmouth, 11/13/04 26, Kevin Magee vs. Canisius, 10/30/93

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

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RUSHING BY AN OPPONENT 80, Pete Ford (Marist), 11/5/94 78, Bob Shaara (Susquehanna), 10/16/82 77, Charlie Harris (Frostburg State), 10/31/81 77, Sam Dorsett (Robert Morris), 9/27/03 77, Jerell Smith (Bryant), 11/14/09 76, Dave Hornberger (Juniata), 9/11/82 MOST TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING 3, Calvin Williams at La Salle, 11/17/07 3, Todd Harris vs. St. Peter’s, 9/2/06 3, Ricky Taylor vs. La Salle, 10/2/04 3, Jeremy Swords vs. Gannon, 10/25/97 3, Brian Dunn vs. Gallaudet, 10/21/89 3, Ted Helsel vs. Gallaudet, 11/3/79 3, Ted Helsel vs. Rutgers-Newark, 10/6/79 MOST TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING BY AN OPPONENT 5, Justice Hairston (CCSU), 10/7/06 5, Ed Pricolo (Sacred Heart), 10/29/05 4, Wayne Cottman (Frostburg State), 10/13/79 4, Remon Smith (Randolph-Macon), 10/11/86 4, Stan House (CCSU), 11/2/96 4, J.J. Allen (Marist), 10/31/98 4, Rick Sarille (Wagner), 9/25/99 4. David Sinisi (Monmouth), 10/4/08 4, Dominique Williams (Wagner), 9/26/09

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6. 6. 1. 1. 1. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3.

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MOST PASSING COMPLETIONS BY AN OPPONENT 27, Scott Bonnono (Saint Peter’s), 9/10/05 26, Michael Jump (La Salle), 10/2/04 25, Dale Fink (Sacred Heart), 10/27/07 24, Jamie Smith (Geneva), 10/24/87 24, Doug Rossback (Monmouth), 10/16/93 23, Sam Tirone (CCSU), 10/22/94 23, Todd Heigley (Gannon), 9/21/96 23, Terry O'Hare (Wagner), 11/21/92 MOST TOUCHDOWNS PASSING 4, John Kelly at Wagner, 9/26/09 4, Anthony Doria at Robert Morris, 10/1/05 4, Anthony Doria at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 3, George Little at Morehead State, 9/27/08 3, George Little at La Salle, 11/17/07 3, Anthony Doria vs. Wagner, 11/11/06 3, Anthony Doria at Sacred Heart, 10/28/06 3, Anthony Doria at Saint Peter’s, 9/10/05 3, Anthony Doria vs. Monmouth, 11/13/04 3, Anthony Doria vs. La Salle, 10/4/03 3, Joe Ranft vs. Gannon, 9/21/96 3, Kevin Magee vs. Mercyhurst, 11/13/93 3, Kevin Magee vs. CCSU, 10/2/93 3, Kevin Magee vs. Hartwick, 10/24/92 3, Kevin Magee vs. Gallaudet, 10/3/92 3, Kevin Magee vs. Wagner, 9/19/92 3, Kevin Magee vs. St. Peter's, 10/19/91 3, Don Fyfe vs. Brooklyn College, 9/16/89


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MOST TOUCHDOWNS PASSING BY AN OPPONENT 5, Tim Levcik (Robert Morris), 11/7/98 4, Dale Fink (Sacred Heart), 10/11/08 4, Scott Knapp (Duquesne), 9/16/06 4, Vashon Winton (Delaware State), 9/9/06 4, Michael Jump (La Salle), 10/2/04 4, John Zorn (Gannon), 10/25/97 4, Jaime Smith (Geneva), 10/26/85 4, Tim Levcik (Robert Morris), 11/6/99 4, Tim Levcik (Robert Morris), 9/30/00 4, Aaron Smith (Wagner), 10/21/00 4, John Travers (La Salle), 9/8/01 4, Tim Levcik (Robert Morris), 9/29/01 4, Scott Dolch (CCSU), 10/25/03 MOST RECEPTIONS 18, Jeremy Nunamaker vs. Sacred Heart, 10/2/99 17, Elliot Miller vs. CCSU, 10/2/93 14, Michael Caputo at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 14, Michael Caputo vs. Central Connecticut State, 10/8/05 14, Maurice Sales vs. Monmouth, 11/15/03 14, Todd Eckenroad vs. Canisius, 10/30/93 14, Todd Eckenroad vs. Sacred Heart, 9/18/93

1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

MOST RECEPTIONS BY AN OPPONENT 11, Mike McKeown (La Salle), 9/8/01 10, Lou Russo (La Salle), 9/23/06 10, David Murnane (La Salle), 11/2/02 9, Steve Tedesco (Sacred Heart), 10/27/07 9, Shaheer McBride (Delaware State), 9/9/06 9, Adam San Miguel (Monmouth), 11/5/05 9, Chris Phillis (Albany), 10/7/00 9, Chris Wilkinson (Sacred Heart), 10/3/98 9, Ralph Sacca (La Salle), 11/15/97 9, Dan Del Prete (Marist), 10/6/90 9, Paul Fadel (Brooklyn College), 9/16/89

1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 3, Michael Caputo at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 3, Michael Caputo vs. Monmouth, 11/13/04 3, Dan Mathis vs. Hartwick, 10/24/92 3, Antoine Rivera at Wagner, 9/26/09 MOST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS BY AN OPPONENT 4, Shaheer McBride (Delaware State), 9/9/06 3, Steve Tedesco (Sacred Heart), 10/27/07 3, Bruce Hocker (Duquesne), 9/16/06 3, Mark Neely (Duquesne), 11/6/93 3, Gary Opio (Robert Morris), 9/30/00 3, John Zabel (La Salle), 10/4/03 MOST YARDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE 477, Anthony Doria at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 396, Anthony Doria vs. Albany, 10/11/03 389, Kevin Magee vs. CCSU, 10/2/93 384, Kevin Magee vs. Gallaudet, 10/3/92 353, Jeremy Swords vs. La Salle, 11/15/97 340, Anthony Doria vs. Monmouth, 11/13/04 MOST YARDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE BY AN OPPONENT 449, Michael Jump (La Salle), 10/2/04 359, Todd Heigley (Gannon), 9/21/96 340, Doug Rossback (Monmouth), 10/16/93 335, Terry O'Hare (Wagner), 11/21/92 320, Josh Dudash (Stony Brook), 10/14/06

1. 2. 2. 3. 3.

MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 365, Ted Helsel vs. Gallaudet, 11/3/79 323, Todd Harris vs. Wagner, 11/11/06 294, Michael Caputo at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 257, Jeff Sotosky vs. Wagner, 11/12/95 257, Ted Helsel vs. Gallaudet, 11/11/78

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

MOST YARDS RECEIVING 294, Michael Caputo at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 184, Steve Beck vs. Georgetown, 9/18/82 179, Michael Caputo at Saint Peter’s, 9/10/05 172, Maurice Sales vs. Monmouth, 11/15/03 169, Antoine Rivera vs. Morehead State, 9/8/07 168, Elliot Miller vs. CCSU, 10/2/93 161, Michael Caputo vs. Albany, 10/11/03 155, Michael Caputo vs. CCSU, 10/8/05

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8.

MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS BY AN OPPONENT 338, Justice Hairston (CCSU), 10/7/06 316, J.J. Allen (Marist), 10/31/98 283, Anthony Lawrence (Bridgewater-VA), 9/26/87 267, David Sinisi (Monmouth), 11/3/07 267, W. Jackson (Liberty), 9/29/07 255, Ricky Sarille (Wagner), 9/27/97 250, Tim Hall (Robert Morris), 11/11/95 247, David Sinisi (Monmouth), 10/4/08

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 6. 7.

MOST YARDS RECEIVING BY AN OPPONENT 206, Shaheer (Delaware State), 9/9/06 189, Mike McKeown (La Salle), 9/8/01 184, Steve Tedesco (Sacred Heart), 10/27/07 184, Paul Fadel (Brooklyn College), 9/16/89 184, John Zabel (La Salle), 10/4/03 182, Kipp Hilliard (Thiel), 11/3/90 164, Lee Castana (Gannon), 9/21/96

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

MOST PUNT RETURNS 7, Sam Campoli vs. Central Connecticut State, 10/10/98 7, Sam Campoli vs. La Salle, 10/24/98 6, Antoine Rivera vs. Duquesne, 10/13/07 6, Shawn Weaver vs. Dickinson, 9/9/89 6, Chris Palumbo vs. St. John Fisher, 10/27/90 6, Jimmy Landrom vs. La Salle, 11/2/02

1.

MOST PUNT RETURNS BY AN OPPONENT 9, Joey Owens (Randolph-Macon), 10/11/86)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS 86, Jimmy Landrom vs. La Salle, 9/2/00 76, Ted Helsel vs. St. Vincent, 10/28/78 68, Ted Helsel vs. Catholic, 10/21/78 67, Jimmy Landrom vs. La Salle, 11/2/02 62, Dan Kanuch vs. Washington & Jefferson, 9/5/81

1. 2. 2. 2. 4. 5. 5. 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION 92, Sam Campoli from Jeremy Swords vs. Mercyhurst, 10/4/97 86, Anthony Howze from George Little vs. Morehead State, 9/27/08 86, J. Calhoon from Don Fyfe vs. Brooklyn Co., 9/16/89 86, S. Beck from George Coyle vs. Mercyhurst, 9/25/82 84, Cedric Hudson from David Stone vs. Wagner, 9/25/99 80, Michael Caputo from Anthony Doria at Saint Peter’s, 9/10/05 80, Dan Mathis from Gary Buchsen vs. Marist, 10/6/90 LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION BY AN OPPONENT 91, Conrad Carter from Connor Dixon (Duquesne), 9/20/08 91, Peter Dileo from Steven Kalberer (Saint John's), 9/11/99 74, Gary Lento from Dave Long (Catholic), 9/27/86 73, Mark Neely from Brian Staines (Duquesne), 11/6/93 72, Forman from Kim (Chicago), 10/4/80 69, Matt Cuccia from Dan Sabella (Monmouth), 10/8/94

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MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS BY AN OPPONENT 121, Brad Friedman (Towson State), 10/26/96 120, Clay Goldston (Catholic), 10/15/88 109, James Morton (Saint John's), 9/11/99 105, Joey Owens (Randolph-Macon), 10/11/86

1. 2. 3.

LONGEST PUNT RETURN 70 (TD), Ted Helsel vs. St. Vincent, 10/28/78 60 (TD), Ted Helsel vs. Catholic, 10/21/78 47 (TD), Paul Friga vs. Gallaudet, 11/9/85

1. 2. 3.

LONGEST PUNT RETURN BY AN OPPONENT 94 (TD), Brad Friedman (Towson State), 10/26/96 84 (TD), Al Phillips (Wagner), 11/6/04 80 (TD), Charles Hammack (Gallaudet), 11/9/85

1. 1. 1. 1.

MOST KICKOFF RETURNS 7, Jimmy Landrom vs. Monmouth, 10/14/00 7, Simeon Barnett vs. Sacred Heart, 11/10/01 7, Desmond Ray vs. Dayton, 9/1/01 7, Jeff Sotosky vs. Duquesne, 10/12/96

1. 2.

MOST KICKOFF RETURNS BY AN OPPONENT 8, Rayvo Williams (La Salle), 11/17/07 7, Paul Fadel (Brooklyn College), 9/16/89

1. 2. 3. 4 5.

MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 169, Randy Ott vs. Wagner, 9/26/98 157, Desmond Ray vs. Dayton, 9/1/01 148, Damon Hill vs. Sacred Heart, 9/13/03 135, Jimmy Landrom vs. Wagner, 10/21/00 134, Jimmy Landrom vs. Butler, 9/16/00

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

MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS BY AN OPPONENT 148, Ed Gurrieri (Sacred Heart), 10/27/07 133, James Wright (Sacred Heart), 9/11/04 131, Paul Castillo (Marist), 9/16/95 130, Al Phillips (Wagner), 11/10/07 118, William Holder (Monmouth), 9/14/96 117, Raymond Santiago (La Salle), 9/8/01 112, Lon Woods (Wagner), 9/26/09 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 94 (TD), Desmond Ray vs. La Salle, 9/8/01 90 (TD), Willie Monahan vs. Catholic, 10/28/78 89 (TD), Randy Ott vs. Wagner, 9/26/98 88 (TD), Steve Cahill vs. Catholic, 10/15/88 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN BY AN OPPONENT 95 (TD), Ricky Sarille (Wagner), 10/5/96 88 (TD), Jarred Herring (UNI), 9/19/09 85 (TD), Ricky Sarille (Wagner), 9/27/97 82, James Wright (Sacred Heart), 9/11/04 79 (TD), William Holder (Monmouth), 9/14/96 78 (TD), Dave Fraterrigo (Canisius), 10/30/93 MOST PUNTS 12, Rich Wanat vs. Catholic, 9/28/85 12, Greg Klein vs. Dickinson, 9/9/89 12, Matt Gergely vs. Saint Peter's, 11/18/00 11, Bobby Fuller vs. Wagner, 10/18/08 11, Jason Calhoon vs. St. John Fisher, 10/27/90 11, Brian Horner vs. Thiel, 11/9/91 11, Scott Black vs. Wagner, 11/21/92 11, Matt Gergely vs. Monmouth, 10/14/00 11, Grant Price vs. Robert Morris, 10/17/09

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3.

MOST PUNTS BY AN OPPONENT 12, Ryan Carrigan (CCSU), 10/11/97 11, Jeff Bean (St. John Fisher), 10/27/90 10, Nate Schirtzinger (Robert Morris), 9/15/07) 10, Nate Schirtzinger (Robert Morris), 10/17/09 10, Sik Chung (Brooklyn College), 9/16/89 10, Doug Sanders (Marist), 9/23/89 10, Armando Vega (Saint Peter's), 10/30/99 10, Mike Anderson (La Salle), 11/2/02

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9.

MOST YARDS PUNTING 435, Bobby Fuller vs. Wagner, 10/18/08 409, Jason Calhoon vs. St. John Fisher, 10/27/90 400, Bobby Fuller vs. Bryant, 11/22/08 400, Rich Wanat vs. Catholic, 9/28/85 395, Mike DeSocio vs. Saint John's, 9/11/99 378, Matt Gergely vs. Saint Peter's, 11/18/00 378, Grant Price vs. Robert Morris, 10/17/09 377, Bobby Fuller at Morehead State, 9/27/08 368, Scott Black vs. Wagner, 11/21/92

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

MOST YARDS PUNTING BY AN OPPONENT 444, Dave Kovalcik (Duquesne), 10/13/07 415, Nate Schirtzinger (Robert Morris), 9/15/07 397, Nate Schirtzinger (Robert Morris), 10/17/09 365, Jeff Bean (St. John Fisher), 10/27/90 362, Mike Kraft (Sacred Heart), 9/28/02 354, Mike Anderson (La Salle), 11/2/02 321, Ryan Carrigan (CCSU), 10/11/97 318, Armando Vega (Saint Peter's), 10/30/99

1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 5.

LONGEST PUNT 69, Sean Davison vs. Marist, 10/31/98 68, Tom Koons vs. Saint Peter's, 9/14/02 67, Matt Shontofski vs. Wagner, 10/5/96 67, Chip Kissel vs. Geneva, 10/10/81 62, Rich Wanat vs. Duquesne, 11/2/85 62, Scott Black vs. Mercyhurst, 10/1/94

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LONGEST PUNT BY AN OPPONENT 75, (St. John Fisher), 9/13/86

1. 1. 1. 1.

MOST EXTRA POINTS 6, Josh Thiel vs. Wagner, 9/26/09 6, Adam Sciulli vs. La Salle, 11/17/07 6, Adam Sciulli vs. La Salle, 10/2/04 6, Greg Klein vs. Brooklyn College, 9/16/89

1. 1.

MOST EXTRA POINTS BY AN OPPONENT 9, Josh Brite (Delaware State), 9/9/06 9, Jeff Carlo (Robert Morris), 9/30/00

1. 1.

MOST FIELD GOALS 3, Adam Sciulli at Wagner, 11/10/07 3, Chris LeMaster vs. St. Peter's, 10/3/87

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MOST FIELD GOALS BY AN OPPONENT 5, Michael Gillman (Georgetown), 9/4/04

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LONGEST FIELD GOAL 45, Josh Thiel vs. Wagner, 9/26/09 45, Greg Klein vs. Dickinson, 9/10/88 44, Matt Shontofski vs. Duquesne, 9/10/94 44, Mike DeSocio vs. La Salle, 10/24/98 43, Adam Sciulli at Wagner, 11/10/07 43, Chris LeMaster vs. Niagara, 10/18/86 42, Matt Shontofski vs. Monmouth, 10/16/93 42, Gibby Servello vs. W. & J., 9/5/81 & Chicago, 10/4/80

1. 2. 3. 4. 4.

LONGEST FIELD GOAL BY AN OPPONENT 56, Piotr Czech (Wagner), 11/10/07 52, Eric Wicks (Mercyhurst), 10/4/97 47, Luke Gaddis (Stony Brook), 10/15/05 46, Jason Fralicker (Albany), 10/21/06 46, Brendan McNicholas (Gannon), 9/6/03

1. 1.

MOST INTERCEPTIONS 3, George Coyle vs. Catholic, 10/23/82 3, Jason Wilson vs. Monmouth, 10/16/93 & RMU, 10/26/94

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MOST INTERCEPTIONS BY AN OPPONENT 4, Jim Corcoran (Georgetown), 9/27/80 3, Rob Stopkoski (Sacred Heart), 9/17/94 3, Mark Kasmer (Dayton), 9/7/02

1. 2. 2. 4. 4 6.

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 61 (TD), Matthew Parker at Sacred Heart, 10/27/07 52 (TD), Jimbo Cowan vs. Bethany, 9/24/94 52 (TD), Jason Wilson vs. Bethany, 9/24/94 51 (TD), Michael Craig vs. CCSU, 10/23/04 51 (TD), Russel Fisher vs. CCSU, 11/21/09 50, Michael Craig vs. Gannon, 9/6/03

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

MOST TACKLES 33, Bob McHale vs. Geneva, 10/25/86 27, Gerry Zahorchak vs. Duquesne, 9/9/78 23, Scott Lewis vs. Wagner, 10/18/08 23, Dan Kanuch vs. Frostburg, 11/1/80 23, Daunte Neal vs. CCSU, 11/4/00 22, Gerry Zahorchak vs. Gallaudet, 11/11/78 22, Bob McHale vs. Catholic, 11/7/87

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MOST TACKLES BY AN OPPONENT 22, Toselli Silvestri (Gallaudet), 10/21/89 20, Robert Pugh (Bethany), 11/16/96 20, Matt Rowe (St. John Fisher), 10/29/88

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MOST SACKS 4, Tom Smith vs. Marist, 10/10/92

1. 1.

MOST SACKS BY AN OPPONENT 5, Jason Spencer (Robert Morris), 11/8/97 5, Steve Konopka (CCSU), 10/10/98

1. 1.

FUMBLE RECOVERIES 3, Calvin Williams vs. Robert Morris, 11/15/08 3, Dave Rippin vs. St. Vincent, 10/23/78

1. 2. 2. 2. 2.

FUMBLE RECOVERIES BY AN OPPONENT 3, Kayode Mayowa (Sacred Heart), 11/10/01 2, Jason Mellers (Mercyhurst), 9/26/92 2, Ian Whittingham (CCSU), 10/6/01 2, Sean Crisman (Robert Morris), 11/16/02 2, Luke Schmidt (Wagner), 11/8/03

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN BY AN OPPONENT 99 (TD), Ernie Williams (Stony Brook), 11/17/01 90 (TD), Dave Smith (Gallaudet), 11/11/78

Placekicker Adam Sciulli, who graduated following the 2007 season, owns the single-game record for PATs made with six and the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s single-season and alltime records for field goals made. That mark was tied by Josh Thiel in 2009.

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MOST YARDS RUSHING 435, vs. Gallaudet, 11/3/79 435, vs. Niagara, 10/17/87 409, vs. Duquesne, 10/24/09 389, vs. Rutgers-Newark, 10/6/79 376, at La Salle, 11/17/07 333, vs. Gallaudet, 11/11/78 325, vs. La Salle, 11/2/02

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST YARDS RUSHING BY AN OPPONENT 462, by CCSU, 10/7/06 423, by Towson State, 10/26/96 416, by Susquehanna, 10/16/82 414, by Albany, 10/9/04 412, by Frostburg State, 10/13/90

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FEWEST YARDS RUSHING -57, vs. Frostburg State, 10/7/89 -45, vs. Juniata, 9/11/82 -25, vs. Susquehanna, 10/16/82 -24, vs. Dickinson, 9/8/90 -22, vs. Randolph-Macon, 10/11/86

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5.

FEWEST YARDS RUSHING BY AN OPPONENT -37, by Gallaudet, 10/3/92 16, by Duquesne, 10/24/09 19, by Brooklyn College, 9/16/89 20, by La Salle, 11/2/02 22, by Georgetown, 11/10/84 22, by Gallaudet, 10/5/91

1. 2. 3. 3. 3.

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS 65, vs. Mercyhurst, 10/1/94 62, vs. La Salle, 10/4/03 61, vs. Fairfield, 10/7/78 61, vs. Duquesne, 10/26/91 61, vs. Ohio Northern, 10/10/87

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY AN OPPONENT 74, by Frostburg State, 10/7/89 72, by Frostburg State, 10/13/90 69, by Bridgewater-VA, 9/26/87 66, by Dickinson, 9/9/89 65, by Bridgewater-VA, 9/26/87

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1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

FEWEST RUSHING ATTEMPTS 15, vs. Sacred Heart, 10/2/99 17, vs. Monmouth, 10/4/08 17, vs. Albany, 10/23/99 19, at Albany, 10/21/06 19, vs. Monmouth, 11/13/04 20, vs. Morehead State, 9/8/07 20, vs. Morehead State, 10/30/04 20, vs. Geneva, 10/10/81 20, vs. Frostburg State, 10/13/90 20, vs. Butler, 9/16/00 FEWEST RUSHING ATTEMPTS BY AN OPPONENT 21, by Gallaudet, 10/5/91 22, by La Salle, 11/15/97 22, by Morehead State, 9/12/09 23, by Brooklyn College, 9/22/90 23, by Brooklyn College, 9/16/89 23, by Duquesne, 9/13/80 23, by Stony Brook, 11/17/01 23, by Duquesne, 10/24/09

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MOST TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING 9, vs. Niagara, 10/17/87

1. 1. 3. 3. 3.

MOST TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING BY AN OPPONENT 8, by CCSU, 10/21/06 8, by Dayton, 9/1/01 7, by Frostburg State, 10/31/81 7, by Mercyhurst, 9/22/84 7, by Wagner, 9/26/09

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST YARDS PASSING 530, at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 429, vs. Albany, 10/11/03 395, vs. CCSU, 10/2/93 371, vs. Monmouth, 11/13/04 355, vs. La Salle, 11/15/97

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST YARDS PASSING BY AN OPPONENT 449, by La Salle, 10/2/04 369, by Gannon, 9/21/96 339, by La Salle, 10/4/03 332, by Wagner, 11/21/92 327, by Duquesne, 9/13/97

1. 2. 2. 4. 5.

FEWEST YARDS PASSING 2, vs. Bryant, 11/14/09 4, vs. Duquesne, 9/9/95 4, vs. Georgetown, 11/4/78 5, vs. Dickinson, 9/10/88 11, vs. Robert Morris, 9/30/00

1. 2. 3. 3. 5.

FEWEST YARDS PASSING BY AN OPPONENT 0, by St. Peter's, 10/5/85 6, by Bridgewater-VA, 9/24/88 11, by Randolph-Macon, 10/11/86 11, by Georgetown, 9/27/80 20, by Duquesne, 10/31/87

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6.

MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS 64, vs. Albany, 10/11/03 62, at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 59, vs. Monmouth, 10/4/08 54, vs. Albany, 10/22/05 54, vs. Monmouth, 11/13/04 53, vs. Sacred Heart, 10/2/99

1. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6.

MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS BY AN OPPONENT 48, by La Salle, 10/2/04 48, by Monmouth, 10/16/93 47, by Sacred Heart, 10/27/07 46, by La Salle, 11/2/02 45, by CCSU, 10/22/94 44, by La Salle, 11/15/97

1. 1. 3. 4. 4.

FEWEST PASSING ATTEMPTS 5, vs. Geneva, 10/24/87 5, vs. Robert Morris, 9/30/00 6, vs. District of Columbia, 9/29/79 7, vs. St. John Fisher, 9/12/87 7, vs. Niagara, 10/17/87

1. 2. 3. 4.

FEWEST PASSING ATTEMPTS BY AN OPPONENT 4, by Frostburg State, 10/7/89 5, by Georgetown, 9/27/80 7, by La Salle, 9/2/00 8, by Wagner, 10/19/02

89

5. 5.

9, by CCSU, 10/7/06 9, by Wagner, 9/27/97

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6..

MOST PASSING COMPLETIONS 39, vs. Albany, 10/11/03 35, vs. CCSU, 10/8/05 34, at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 33, vs. CCSU, 10/2/93 32, vs. Monmouth, 10/4/08 31, vs. Sacred Heart, 10/2/99

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6.

MOST PASSING COMPLETIONS BY AN OPPONENT 27, by Saint Peter’s, 9/10/05 26, by La Salle, 10/2/04 25, by Sacred Heart, 10/27/07 24, by Monmouth, 10/16/93 24, by Geneva, 10/24/87 23, by Wagner,11/21/92 23, by Gannon, 9/21/96

1. 1. 1. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

FEWEST PASSING COMPLETIONS 1, vs. Duquesne, 9/9/95 1, vs. Dickinson, 9/10/88 1, vs. Robert Morris, 9/30/00 2, vs. Fairfield, 10/7/78 2, vs. Gallaudet, 11/11/78 2, vs. Niagara, 9/15/79 2, vs. Geneva, 10/25/86 2, vs. Niagara, 10/17/87 2, vs. Geneva, 10/24/87 2, vs. Duquesne, 11/5/88 2, vs. Bryant, 11/14/09

1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

FEWEST PASSING COMPLETIONS BY AN OPPONENT 0, by St. Peter's, 10/5/85 1, by Randolph-Macon, 10/11/86 1, by Frostburg State, 10/7/89 2, by Georgetown, 9/27/80 2, by Bridgewater-VA, 9/24/88 2, by Susquehanna, 10/16/82 2, by Dickinson, 9/9/89 2, by Dickinson, 9/8/90

1. 1.

MOST TOUCHDOWNS PASSING 5, at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 5, vs. Brooklyn College, 9/16/89

1. 1.

MOST TOUCHDOWNS PASSING BY AN OPPONENT 5, by Geneva, 10/26/85 5, by Robert Morris, 11/7/98

1.

MOST TOUCHDOWNS COMBINED 10, vs. Niagara, 10/17/87

MOST TOUCHDOWNS COMBINED BY AN OPPONENT 1. 10, by Dayton, 9/1/01 1. 10, by Mercyhurst, 9/22/84 1. 10, by Frostburg State, 10/31/81 4. 9, by Liberty, 9/29/07 4. 9, by CCSU, 10/7/06 4. 9, by Delaware State, 9/9/06 4. 9, by Robert Morris, 9/30/00


GaMe RecoRdS (teaM) MOST FIRST DOWNS 1. 28, at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 1. 28, vs. CCSU, 10/2/93 2. 27, at Wagner, 9/26/09 3. 26, vs. Gallaudet, 10/3/92 3. 26, vs. La Salle, 11/15/97 4. 25, vs. La Salle, 11/2/02 . MOST FIRST DOWNS BY AN OPPONENT 1. 32, by Towson State, 10/26/96 2. 30, by Wagner, 11/21/92 3. 28, by Catholic, 11/7/87 3. 28, by Frostburg State, 10/7/89 3. 28, by Geneva, 10/25/86 3. 28, by CCSU, 11/2/96 1. 1. 1. 4. 4. 4.

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS 3, vs. Duquesne, 11/3/84 3, vs. Catholic, 11/7/87 3, vs. Thiel, 11/9/91 4, vs. Duquesne, 10/20/79 4, vs. Catholic, 11/10/79 4, vs. Washington & Jefferson, 9/6/80

1. 2. 2. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS BY AN OPPONENT 5, by Mercyhurst, 9/26/81 6, by Georgetown, 11/7/81 6, by Wagner, 11/8/03 7, by Georgetown, 9/21/85 7, by Duquesne, 10/26/91 7, by Gallaudet, 10/3/92 7, by St. John Fisher, 10/31/92 7, by La Salle, 9/2/00 7, by Sacred Heart, 9/28/02

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

MOST YARDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE 562, at La Salle, 11/17/07 556, at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 533, vs. Niagara, 10/17/87 504, vs. La Salle, 11/15/97 494, vs. La Salle, 10/2/04 483, vs. Gallaudet, 11/3/79

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

MOST YARDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE BY AN OPPONENT 670, by Towson State, 10/26/96 591, by Liberty, 9/29/07 585, by Catholic, 11/7/87 580, by Wagner, 11/21/92 571, by Frostburg State, 10/31/81

1. 2. 3. 4.

FEWEST YARDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE -2, vs. Frostburg State, 10/7/89 14, vs. Frostburg State, 10/13/79 41, vs. Duquesne, 11/5/88 47, vs. Susquehanna, 10/17/81

FEWEST YARDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE BY AN OPPONENT 1. 87, by Georgetown, 11/10/84 2. 90, by Gallaudet, 10/3/92 1. 2. 2. 2. 5.

MOST TOTAL PLAYS 90, vs. Monmouth, 10/16/99 87, vs. Valparaiso, 9/18/04 87, vs. Albany, 10/11/03 87, vs. Chicago, 10/4/80 86, at Wagner, 9/26/09

MOST TOTAL PLAYS BY AN OPPONENT 1. 89, by CCSU, 11/2/96 2. 88, by Catholic, 11/7/87 2. 88, by Marist, 9/23/89 4. 86, by Catholic, 10/13/84 5. 85, by Robert Morris, 9/25/04 1. 2. 2. 2. 2.

FEWEST TOTAL PLAYS 41, vs. Frostburg State, 10/7/89 42, vs. Niagara, 9/15/79 42, vs. Duquesne, 10/20/79 42, vs. Catholic, 11/10/79 42, vs. Duquesne, 9/9/95

1. 2. 3. 4.

FEWEST TOTAL PLAYS BY AN OPPONENT 40, at Delaware State, 9/9/06 44, by Duquesne, 10/26/91 48, by St. Peter's, 10/5/85 49, by Albany, 10/26/02

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4.

MOST POINTS 72, vs. Niagara, 10/17/87 51, at La Salle, 11/17/07 48, at Wagner, 9/26/09 45, at Sacred Heart, 10/29/05 45, vs. La Salle, 10/2/04 45, vs. Bethany, 9/24/94 45, vs. Gallaudet, 1979

1. 2. 2. 2. 5. 5.

MOST POINTS ALLOWED 70, by Dayton, 9/1/01 68, by Liberty, 9/29/07 68, by Frostburg State, 10/31/81 68, by Mercyhurst, 9/22/84 63, by Delaware State, 9/9/06 63, by Robert Morris, 9/30/00

1. 1. 3. 3. 5. 6. 7.

MOST POINTS IN A QUARTER 27, vs. Catholic, 10/24/81 27, vs. Niagara, 10/17/87 24, at La Salle, 11/17/07 24, vs. Ohio Northern, 10/10/87 22, vs. Marist, 10/10/92 21, vs. La Salle, 10/2/04 20, at La Salle, 11/17/07

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3.

MOST POINTS ALLOWED IN A QUARTER 35, by Dayton, 9/1/01 30, by Monmouth, 10/17/98 28, by Liberty, 9/29/07 28, by Delaware State, 9/9/06 28, by Duquesne, 9/12/81 28, by Duquesne, 11/3/84 28, by St. John's, 10/1/83 28, by Butler, 9/16/00 28, by Stony Brook, 9/23/00

1. 1.

MOST FIELD GOALS 3, at Wagner, 11/10/07 3, vs. St. Peter's, 10/13/87

MOST FIELD GOALS BY AN OPPONENT 1. 5, by Georgetown, 9/4/04 1.

MOST EXTRA POINTS 9, vs. Niagara, 10/17/87

90

1. 2. 2.

MOST EXTRA POINTS BY AN OPPONENT 10, by Dayton, 9/1/01 9, by Delaware State, 9/9/06 9, by Robert Morris, 9/30/00

1. 1.

MOST INTERCEPTIONS 5, vs. Mercyhurst, 9/26/81 5, vs. St. John Fisher, 10/19/85

1. 1. 1. 1. 1.

MOST INTERCEPTIONS BY AN OPPONENT 5, by District of Columbia, 9/30/78 5, by Duquesne, 11/6/82 5, by Marist, 9/23/89 5, by Mercyhurst, 9/26/92 5, by Stony Brook, 9/23/00

1. 1. 3.

MOST SACKS 7, vs. St. Peter's, 10/3/87 7, vs. La Salle, 11/2/02 6, vs. Duquesne, 10/13/07

1. 1. 3. 4. 4. 4.

MOST SACKS BY AN OPPONENT 11, by Wesley, 9/15/90 11, by Monmouth, 10/14/00 10, by Wagner, 9/25/99 9, by Dickinson, 9/8/90 9, by Marist, 11/1/97 9, by Albany, 10/7/00

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MOST FUMBLE RECOVERIES 6, vs. Gannon, 9/4/93


SinGle-SeaSon RecoRdS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

RUSHING 1,330, Todd Harris.....................................2006 1,174, Ted Helsel .......................................1978 1,052, Todd Harris.....................................2005 878, Michael Hall .......................................2002 841, Ted Helsel...........................................1979 792, Todd Harris........................................2004

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 275, Todd Harris........................................2006 204, Todd Harris........................................2005 190, Chris Palumbo ...................................1991 189, Michael Hall .......................................2002 178, Ted Helsel...........................................1978 173, Mike Bollinger ...................................1986

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3.

TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING 11, Todd Harris..........................................2006 9, Ted Helsel...............................................1978 7, Todd Harris ............................................2005 7, Brian Pittman .........................................1996 7, Ted Helsel...............................................1979 7, Kevin Keenan ........................................1992

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

PASSING YARDAGE 2,895, Anthony Doria ...............................2005 2,122, Kevin Magee...................................1993 2,115, Anthony Doria ...............................2004 2,056, Kevin Magee...................................1992 1,928, George Little...................................2007 1,871, Anthony Doria ...............................2006 1,734, George Little .................................2008 1,663, Anthony Doria ...............................2003

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8.

PASSING ATTEMPTS 409, Anthony Doria ..................................2005 364, Anthony Doria ..................................2004 329, Kevin Magee ......................................1993 295, George Little......................................2007 292, George Little......................................2008 286, Anthony Doria ..................................2006 286, Anthony Doria ..................................2003 272, Kevin Magee ......................................1992

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 6.

PASSING COMPLETIONS 252, Anthony Doria ..................................2005 197, Kevin Magee ......................................1993 190, Anthony Doria ..................................2004 151, George Little......................................2008 151, Anthony Doria ..................................2006 150, Anthony Doria ..................................2003 150, Kevin Magee ......................................1992

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6.

TOUCHDOWNS PASSING 21, Anthony Doria.....................................2005 19, Kevin Magee ........................................1992 16, George Little........................................2007 15, Anthony Doria.....................................2006 13, Anthony Doria.....................................2004 12, Anthony Doria.....................................2003 12, Kevin Magee ........................................1993

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

PASSING EFFICIENCY 133.12, Anthony Doria .............................2005 131.39, Kevin Magee.................................1992 121.19, Kevin Magee.................................1991 120.86, Anthony Doria .............................2006 115.13, Kevin Magee.................................1993 113.25, Joe Ranft........................................1996

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

RECEPTIONS 92, Michael Caputo....................................2005 85, Luke Palko............................................2005 82, Luke Palko............................................2004 64, Todd Eckenroad ..................................1993 63, Michael Caputo....................................2006 57, Elliot Miller ..........................................1993 56, Omar Winston .............................2008 54, Michael Caputo....................................2004

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7.

YARDS RECEIVING 1,433, Michael Caputo ..............................2005 885, Antoine Rivera...................................2007 857, Michael Caputo..................................2006 812, Luke Palko..........................................2005 812, Chip Kissel .........................................1981 755, Michael Caputo..................................2004 711, Todd Eckenroad................................1993

1. 1. 3. 4. 4. 4. 7. 7.

TOUCHDOWNS RECEIVING 12, Michael Caputo....................................2005 12, Dan Mathis...........................................1992 8, Michael Caputo......................................2006 7, Antoine Rivera .......................................2007 7, Luke Palko ..............................................2005 7, Michael Caputo......................................2004 6, Dan Mathis.............................................1990 6, Sam Campoli ..........................................1997

1. 1. 3. 3. 5. 6. 6. 8. 9. 10. 10.

MOST POINTS 78, Michael Caputo....................................2005 78, Dan Mathis...........................................1992 66, Todd Harris..........................................2006 66, Ted Helsel.............................................1978 55, Adam Sciulli .........................................2005 48, Antoine Rivera.....................................2007 48, Michael Caputo....................................2006 47, Adam Sciulli .........................................2007 45, Adam Sciulli .........................................2004 44, Michael Caputo....................................2004 44, Chris Palumbo .....................................1990

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

TOTAL OFFENSE 2,865, Anthony Doria ...............................2005 2,039, Kevin Magee...................................1992 2,012, Kevin Magee...................................1993 2,003, Anthony Doria ...............................2004 1,936, George Little...................................2007 1,854, Anthony Doria ...............................2006 1,695, Jeremy Swords ................................1997 1,608, George Little...................................2008 1,551, Anthony Doria ...............................2003

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1,612, Todd Harris.....................................2005 1,519, Todd Harris.....................................2006 1,451, Ted Helsel .......................................1978 1,433, Michael Caputo ..............................2005 1,151, Omar Winston..........................2008 1,143, Kyle Harbridge ........................2009 1,086, Sam Campoli...................................1997 1,026, Randy Ott........................................1998 1,007, Calvin Williams...............................2008 1,007, Antoine Rivera................................2007

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3.

INTERCEPTIONS 8, Jason Wilson...........................................1994 7, Dan Kanuch...........................................1981 5, Jason Wilson...........................................1993 5, Jimbo Cowan...............................1993, 1994 5, Michael Graziani....................................1990 5, Kevin McKee .........................................1984 5, Vince Cleary ...........................................1987 5, Brian Foster............................................1985 5, Terrance Long........................................2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

INT. RETURN YARDAGE (Since 1989) 88, Matthew Parker ...........................2007 77, Michael Graziani..................................1993 76, Brandon Turner...................................2003 71, Michael Graziani..................................1990 57, Louis Beninato.....................................2005

91

6. 6.

55, Pat McKenna .......................................1997 55, Michael Craig .......................................2004

1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7.

TACKLES 142, Scott Lewis ................................2008 138, Gerry Zahorchak...............................1978 138, Daunte Neal.......................................2000 133, Bob McHale.......................................1987 128, Dwayne Eck.......................................1993 126, Scott Lewis .................................2007 123, Pat McKenna .....................................1997

1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1.

FUMBLE RECOVERIES 4, Tom McCabe..........................................1978 4, Brian Petry..............................................1978 4, John Del Duca .......................................1985 4, Mark Palla ...............................................1986 4, Jim Orichosky ........................................1989 4, Daunte Neal ...........................................2000

1. 2. 2. 2. 2.

BLOCKED PUNTS OR KICKS (Since 1985) 4, Jimbo Cowan..........................................1995 3, Tom Smith.............................................1990 3, Jimbo Cowan..........................................1993 3, Jason Gschwend ....................................1994 3, Jason Gschwend ....................................1995

1. 1. 1. 4. 4.

PASS DEFLECTIONS (Since 1984) 12, Michael Bowman.................................2004 12, Matt Beck .............................................1996 12, Jason Wilson ........................................1994 11, Jimmy Landrom...................................2001 11, Jason Wilson ........................................1993

1. 2. 3. 4. 4.

SACKS (Since 1984) 12, Mark Palla.............................................1984 10, Tom Smith............................................1992 9, Russell Long ...........................................1990 8, Aaron Reachard .....................................1999 8, Joe Ott.....................................................2002

1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 6. 6. 6.

FIELD GOALS MADE 9, Adam Sciulli ...........................................2005 7, Adam Sciulli ...........................................2007 7, Adam Sciulli ...........................................2004 7, Matt Shontofski .....................................1993 7, Josh Thiel ......................................2009 6, Zak Campbell ...............................2008 6, Christian LeMaster ................................1987 6, Barry Bolton...........................................1991

1. 2. 3. 3. 3. 6. 6. 8. 8. 8.

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 15, Josh Thiel.....................................2009 13, Adam Sciulli .........................................2007 12, Adam Sciulli .........................................2004 12, Matt Shontofski ...................................1993 12, Matt Shontofski .............................. 1994 11, Adam Sciulli .........................................2005 11, Barry Bolton ........................................1991 10, Christian LeMaster..............................1987 10, Matt Shontofski ...................................1995 10, Matt Shontofski ...................................1996

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

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 100.0% (3-3), Frank Bacco.......................1997 85.7% (6-7), Zak Campbell................2008 81.8% (9-11), Adam Sciulli.......................2005 71.4% (5-7), Christian LeMaster .............1986 66.7% (4-6), Adam Sciulli.........................2006 60.0% (6-10), Christian LeMaster ..........1987 58.3 (7-12), Adam Sciulli ..........................2004 58.3% (7-12), Matt Shontofski ................1993

1. 2. 3. 4.

MOST EXTRA POINTS MADE 29, Adam Sciulli .........................................2006 28, Adam Sciulli .........................................2005 26, Adam Sciulli .........................................2007 24, Adam Sciulli .........................................2004

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

PUNTS 89, Matt Gergely ........................................2000 80, Jason Calhoon......................................1990 78, Sean Davison .......................................1998 71, Bobby Fuller.........................................2008 70, Rich Wanat ...........................................1985 66, Carl Parrish...........................................2003

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 7.

PUNTING AVERAGE (Min. 10 punts) 40.9, Bobby Fuller .....................................2008 38.8, Mike DeSocio ...................................1999 37.5, Luke Palko.........................................2005 37.4, Scott Black.........................................1994 37.0, Bobby Fuller .....................................2007 37.0, Grant Price................................2009 36.8, Scott Black.........................................1993


SinGle-SeaSon RecoRdS 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5.

PUNTING YARDAGE 2,906, Bobby Fuller...................................2008 2,813, Matt Gergely ..................................2000 2,809, Jason Calhoon................................1990 2,654, Sean Davison..................................1998 2,248, Carl Parrish.....................................2003 2,233, Rich Wanat .....................................1985

1. 1. 1. 1. 5.

PUNT RETURNS 26, Sam Campoli .......................................1996 26, Chris Palumbo.....................................1990 26, Dan Kanuch ........................................1981 26, Sam Campoli .......................................1998 24, Jimmy Landrom ..................................2002

1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5.

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 12.6, Ted Helsel .........................................1978 12.3, Brian Foster ......................................1985 10.0, Omar Winston ..........................2009 9.3, Jimmy Landrom .................................2001 9.2, Antoine Rivera ...................................2007 8.6, Jimmy Landrom .................................2000

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

PUNT RETURN YARDAGE 251, Ted Helsel ..........................................1978 172, Jimmy Landrom................................2000 133, Dan Kanuch ......................................1981 129, Antoine Rivera ..................................2007 123, Ted Helsel ..........................................1979 116, Chris Palumbo...................................1990

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 26.7, Desmond Ray...................................2001 25.9, Steve Cahill .......................................1988 24.7, Jimmy Landrom...............................2002 24.5, Kyle Harbridge.........................2009 23.7, Kyle Ware..........................................2002

1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. 6. 6. 9.

KICKOFF RETURNS 42, Jimmy Landrom ..................................2000 30, Lou Motley ..........................................2004 30, Randy Ott ............................................1998 26, Kyle Harbridge............................2009 24, Anthony Richards...............................2006 23, Omar Winston.............................2008 23, Jude Yearwood.............................2007 23, Sam Campoli .......................................1997 22, Calvin Williams ...................................2008

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

KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE 701, Randy Ott ..........................................1998 694, Jimmy Landrom................................2000 636, Kyle Harbridge..........................2009 632, Lou Motley ........................................2004 472, Jude Yearwood...........................2007 422, Anthony Richards.............................2006 419, Calvin Williams .................................2008 410, Omar Winston ...........................2008 398, Kevin McKee ....................................1984 371, Jimmy Landrom................................2002

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MOST YARDS RUSHING ....................YEAR 1. 1,871.............................................................2006 2. 1,739.............................................................1978 3. 1,634.............................................................1987 4. 1,598.............................................................1994 5. 1,570.............................................................1996

FEWEST PASSES ATTEMPTED ........YEAR 1. 97..................................................................1979 2. 99..................................................................1987 3. 121................................................................1988 4. 130................................................................1978 5. 162................................................................1986

MOST TOTAL PLAYS ..........................YEAR 1. 795................................................................2005 2. 763................................................................2004 3. 748................................................................1992 4. 732................................................................1999 5. 723................................................................1997

FEWEST YARDS RUSHING ...............YEAR 1. 224................................................................1985 2. 292................................................................1984 3. 351................................................................1982 4. 563................................................................2000 5. 619................................................................1989

MOST PASSES COMPLETED.............YEAR 1. 276................................................................2005 2. 209................................................................1993 3. 204................................................................2004 4. 172.....................................................2003, 1999

FEWEST TOTAL PLAYS......................YEAR 1. 406................................................................1979 2. 490................................................................1982 3. 541................................................................1978 4. 544................................................................1987 5. 547................................................................1988

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS............YEAR 1. 446................................................................1992 2. 445................................................................1987 3. 443................................................................1986 4. 442................................................................1994 5. 427................................................................1996 FEWEST RUSHING ATTEMPTS .......YEAR 1. 290................................................................1998 2. 291................................................................1984 3. 302................................................................1982 4. 309................................................................1979 5. 321................................................................1989 MOST TDS RUSHING .........................YEAR 1. 18..................................................................1978 2. 16..................................................................1987 3. 15..................................................................2006 3. 15..................................................................1979 3. 15..................................................................1992 FEWEST TDS RUSHING ....................YEAR 1. 0....................................................................1984 2. 1....................................................................1982 3. 3....................................................................1998 3. 3....................................................................2000 5. 4....................................................................1980 5. 4....................................................................2001 MOST YARDS PASSING ......................YEAR 1. 3,223.............................................................2005 2. 2,290.............................................................2004 3. 2,286.............................................................1992 4. 2,260.............................................................1993 5. 2,236.............................................................1997 FEWEST YARDS PASSING..................YEAR 1. 372................................................................1979 2. 545................................................................1988 3. 564................................................................1978 4. 697................................................................1987 5. 764................................................................1984 MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED .............YEAR 1. 465................................................................2005 2. 395................................................................2004 3. 391................................................................1999 4. 367................................................................1997 5. 352................................................................1993

FEWEST PASSES COMPLETED .......YEAR 1. 34..................................................................1979 2. 41..................................................................1978 3. 48..................................................................1987 4. 52..................................................................1988 5. 76..................................................................1984 MOST TDS PASSING ...........................YEAR 1. 24..................................................................2005 2. 20..................................................................1992 3. 16 .......................................................2006, 2007 4. 15..................................................................2003 5. 14 .......................................................1993, 2004 FEWEST TDS PASSING.......................YEAR 1. 1....................................................................1979 2. 3...............................................1978, 1985, 2002 5. 4...............................................1987, 1988, 1995 MOST TDS (COMBINED)...................YEAR 1. 37..................................................................2005 2. 35..................................................................1992 3. 31..................................................................2006 4. 27..................................................................2007 5. 26..................................................................2004 6. 24..................................................................1993 FEWEST TDS (COMBINED)..............YEAR 1. 5....................................................................1984 2. 6....................................................................1982 3. 8....................................................................1998 4. 9....................................................................1980 5. 10 ............................................1985, 2000, 2001 MOST YDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE......YEAR 1. 4,479.............................................................2005 2. 3,802.............................................................2006 3. 3,782.............................................................2004 4. 3,550.............................................................1992 5. 3,203.............................................................2007 6. 3,021.............................................................1997 FEWEST YDS IN TOTAL OFFENSE .YEAR 1. 1,056.............................................................1984 2. 1,307.............................................................1985 3. 1,551.............................................................1982 4. 1,559.............................................................1979 5. 1,566.............................................................1988

92

MOST POINTS SCORED ....................YEAR 1. 287................................................................2005 2. 244................................................................1992 3. 227................................................................2006 4. 209................................................................2007 5. 207................................................................2004 6. 182................................................................1993 FEWEST POINTS SCORED................YEAR 1. 39..................................................................1983 2. 43..................................................................1984 3. 60..................................................................1982 4. 64..................................................................1980 5. 66..................................................................1998 MOST POINTS ALLOWED.................YEAR 1. 436................................................................2000 2. 398................................................................2006 3. 381................................................................2001 4. 367................................................................2003 5. 359................................................................1999 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED ............YEAR 1. 107................................................................1992 2. 130................................................................1979 3. 139................................................................1986 4. 172................................................................1987 5. 199................................................................1990 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE..............YEAR 1. 9 .........................................................2005 2. 7..............................1993, 2004, 2007, 2009 MOST EXTRA POINTS .......................YEAR 1. 29..................................................................2006 2. 28..................................................................2005 3. 26..................................................................2007 4. 24..................................................................2004 MOST INTERCEPTIONS ...................YEAR 1. 19..................................................................1993 MOST FUMBLE RECOVERIES .........YEAR 1. 28..................................................................1978 MOST TACKLES ...................................YEAR 1. 1,118.............................................................1978 MOST SACKS ........................................YEAR 1. 38..................................................................1992


caReeR RecoRdS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

RUSHING 3,414, Todd Harris ..............................2003-06 2,330, Michael Hall..............................2000-03 2,015, Ted Helsel .................................1978-79 1,811, Mike Bollinger..........................1985-88 1,781, Kevin Keenan...........................1991-94

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6.

MOST TOUCHDOWNS 32, Michael Caputo .............................2003-06 24, Dan Mathis ....................................1989-92 21, Antoine Rivera...............................2005-09 16, Kevin Keenan................................1991-94 16, Ted Helsel ......................................1978-79 13, Luke Palko......................................2003-06

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 706, Todd Harris..................................2003-06 564, Michael Hall.................................2000-03 487, Mike Bollinger .............................1985-88 469, Kevin Keenan..............................1991-94 435, Chris Palumbo ....................1990-91, '93

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

TOTAL OFFENSE 8,273, Anthony Doria .........................2003-06 5,128, Kevin Magee.............................1991-93 3,951, Jeremy Swords..........................1997-99 3,735, George Little ............................2006-09 3,414, Todd Harris ..............................2003-06 2,952, Joe Ranft ...................................1994-96 2,330, Michael Hall..............................2000-03

1. 2. 2. 4. 4.

TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING 20, Todd Harris....................................2003-06 16, Ted Helsel ......................................1978-79 16, Kevin Keenan................................1991-94 11, Chris Palumbo.......................1990-91, '93 11, Michael Hall ...................................2000-03

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6.

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE 4,253, Todd Harris ..............................2003-06 3,495, Michael Caputo ........................2003-06 2,803, Jeff Sotosky ..............................1993-96 2,702, Antoine Rivera .........................2005-09 2,593, Michael Hall..............................2000-03 2,451, Ted Helsel .................................1978-79

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

PASSING YARDAGE 8,544, Anthony Doria .........................2003-06 5,380, Kevin Magee.............................1991-93 3,788, Jeremy Swords..........................1997-99 3,722, George Little....................2006-present 2,786, Joe Ranft ...................................1994-96 2,700, *George Coyle..........................1980-83

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

POINTS 196, Michael Caputo ...........................2003-06 188, Adam Sciulli.................................2004-07 150, Dan Mathis ..................................1989-92 126, Antoine Rivera.............................2005-09 120, Todd Harris..................................2003-06

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

PASSING ATTEMPTS 1,345, Anthony Doria .........................2003-06 772, Kevin Magee................................1991-93 743, Jeremy Swords .............................1997-99 592, George Little.......................2006-present 496, Joe Ranft.......................................1994-96 465, *George Coyle.............................1980-83

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6.

TACKLES 386, Scott Lewis ...........................2007-09 377, Matt Farabaugh ...........................1995-98 351, Dave Rippin.................................1978-81 347, Marcus Haines.............................2000-04 347, Michael Graziani .........................1990-93 339, Pat McKenna ...............................1995-98

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

PASSING COMPLETIONS 743, Anthony Doria ............................2003-06 445, Kevin Magee................................1991-93 333, Jeremy Swords .............................1997-99 299, George Little.......................2006-present 210, Joe Ranft.......................................1994-96 191, *George Coyle.............................1980-83

1. 2. 3. 4.

SACKS (Since 1984) 24, Tom Smith .....................................1989-92 20.5, Mark Palla....................................1984-86 16, Russell Long...................................1989-92 15, Dan DelVecchio............................1990-93

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

TOUCHDOWNS PASSING 61, Anthony Doria ..............................2003-06 40, Kevin Magee..................................1991-93 26, George Little.........................2006-present 18, Jeremy Swords ...............................1997-99 16, *George Coyle ...............................1980-83 15, Joe Ranft.........................................1994-96

1. 2. 3.

INTERCEPTIONS 19, Jason Wilson ..................................1991-94 14, Michael Graziani ...........................1990-93 13, Dan Makosy...................................1978-81

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6.

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDAGE 229, Michael Graziani .........................1990-93 130, Michael Craig...............................2002-04 101, Matthew Parker.....................2007-09 97, Jimmy Landrom ............................2000-03 97, Pat McKenna .................................1995-97 96, Russel Fisher..................................2006-09

1. 2. 3. 3. 5.

RECEIVING YARDAGE 3,464, Michael Caputo ........................2003-06 2,441, Antoine Rivera .........................2005-09 2,020, Luke Palko ................................2003-06 1,754, Todd Eckenroad ......................1991-93 1,529, Dan Mathis ...............................1989-92 RECEPTIONS 245, Michael Caputo ...........................2003-06 225, Luke Palko ...................................2003-06 156, Antoine Rivera.............................2005-09 144, Todd Eckenroad..........................1991-93 109, Omar Winston ..............2007-present

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

PASS DEFLECTIONS (Since 1984) 36, Jimmy Landrom ............................2000-03 32, Jason Wilson ..................................1991-94 31, Matt Beck .......................................1996-99 29, Michael Bowman...........................2002-05 24, Brandon Turner.............................2001-04

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1.

MOST FUMBLE RECOVERIES 7, Aaron Herring .................................2000-04

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5.

TOUCHDOWNS RECEIVING 31, Michael Caputo .............................2003-06 23, Dan Mathis ....................................1989-92 20, Antoine Rivera...............................2005-09 13, Luke Palko......................................2003-06 9, Chip Kissel .......................................1978-81 9, Sam Campoli....................................1995-97

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

PUNTS 242, Carl Parrish ..................................2001-04 194, Chip Kissel...................................1978-81 182, Bobby Fuller ................................2005-08 153, Scott Black ...................................1991-94 134, Jason Calhoon .............................1989-90 131, Matt Shontofski...........................1993-96

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1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6.

PUNTING AVERAGE (Min. 75 punts) 36.92, Bobby Fuller .............................2005-08 36.2, Matt Shontofski..........................1993-96 36.0, Scott Black ..................................1991-94 33.7, Carl Parrish .................................2001-04 33.7, Jason Calhoon ............................1989-90 32.9, Chip Kissel..................................1978-81

1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5.

PUNTING YARDAGE 8,167, Carl Parrish ...............................2001-04 6,719, Bobby Fuller .............................2005-08 6,387, Chip Kissel................................1978-81 5,506, Scott Black ................................1991-94 4,738, Matt Shontofski .......................1993-96 4,514, Jason Calhoon ..........................1989-90

1. 2. 3. 4.

FIELD GOALS MADE 27, Adam Sciulli...................................2004-07 21, Matt Shontofski.............................1993-96 11, Christian LeMaster........................1986-87 10, Barry Bolton ..................................1990-92

1. 2. 3.

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 44, Matt Shontofski.............................1993-96 42, Adam Sciulli...................................2004-07 18, Barry Bolton ..................................1990-92

1. 2.

FIELD GOAL PCT. (Min. 10 made) 64.7% (11-17), Chris LeMaster .........1986-87 64.3% (27-42), Adam Sciulli ..............2004-07

1. 2.

MOST EXTRA POINTS 107, Adam Sciulli.................................2004-07 56, Matt Shontofski.............................1993-96

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

PUNT RETURNS 71, Sam Campoli..................................1995-97 56, Jimmy Landrom ............................2000-03 46, Luke Palko......................................2003-06 38, Dan Kanuch ..................................1978-81 37, Ted Helsel ......................................1978-79

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

PUNT RETURN YARDAGE 377, Jimmy Landrom ..........................2000-03 374, Ted Helsel ....................................1978-79 261, Antoine Rivera.............................2005-09 242, Sam Campoli ...............................1995-98 195, Dan Kanuch ................................1978-81

1. 2. 3. 4. 4.

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (Min. 20) 10.1, Ted Helsel ...................................1978-79 7.5, Antoine Rivera..............................2005-09 6.7, Jimmy Landrom ...........................2000-03 5.5, Dan Mathis ...................................1989-92 5.5, Chris Blumenthal .........................1986-87

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

KICKOFF RETURNS 74, Jeff Sotosky ...................................1993-96 62, Jimmy Landrom ............................2000-03 57, Randy Ott.......................................1996-98 42, Lou Motley.....................................2003-04 40, Dan Kanuch ..................................1978-81

1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (Min. 25) 24.5, Kyle Harbridge.........................2009 21.5, Willie Monahan ..........................1979-80 21.1, Steve Cahill .................................1988-90 20.3, Randy Ott....................................1996-98 19.9, Ivin Hicks....................................2002-05 19.6, Jude Yearwood.............2007-present

1. 2. 3. 4.

KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE 1,202, Jeff Sotosky ..............................1993-96 1,159, Randy Ott .................................1996-98 1,143, Jimmy Landrom .......................2000-03 818, Lou Motley...................................2003-04

* Statistics fr om 1983 season missin g.


SeaSon leadeRS RUSHING YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

NAME W. Monahan John Travis Dave Decker Statistics missing Joe Bonatesta Mike Bollinger Mike Bollinger Mike Bollinger Mike Bollinger Brian Dunn Chris Palumbo Chris Palumbo Kevin Keenan Kevin Keenan Kevin Keenan Jeff Sotosky Brian Pittman Lavon Everett Randy Ott Wes Clemons Michael Hall Michael Hall Michael Hall Michael Hall Todd Harris Todd Harris Todd Harris Calvin Williams Jude Yearwood Jude Yearwood

PASSING ATT 130 81 98

YDS 426 368 316

75 79 173 106 129 62 168 190 157 143 168 139 143 53 53 171 147 80 189 148 167 204 275 147 111 133

206 227 743 461 380 241 557 681 585 444 751 506 623 249 233 594 542 287 878 623 792 1052 1330 643 355 518

TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING NAME NO Brian Petry 2 John Travis 2 Pat Murray 1 Statistics missing None Mark Cutaneo 2 Mike Bollinger 5 Rody Knapp 4 Rody Knapp 5 Brian Dunn 6 Chris Palumbo 6 Chris Palumbo 4 Kevin Keenan 7 Kevin Keenan 5 Kevin Keenan 4 Joe Ranft/Jeff Sotosky 3 Brian Pittman 7 Jeremy Swords 4 Randy Ott/Brian Pittman/ Jeremy Swords 1 Wes Clemons 5 Randy White 2 Ryan Williams 2 Michael Hall 6 Michael Hall 4 Ricky Taylor 6 Todd Harris 7 Todd Harris 11 Calvin Williams 5 Calvin Williams 3 Jude Yearwood 4

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

NAME George Coyle George Coyle George Coyle Statistics missing Mike McDermott Paul Klein Mark Chegwidden Rody Knapp Rody Knapp Don Fyfe Gary Buchsen Kevin Magee Kevin Magee Kevin Magee Scott Black Joe Ranft Joe Ranft Jeremy Swords Jeremy Swords Jeremy Swords Randy White Kevin McCray Bo Border Anthony Doria Anthony Doria Anthony Doria Anthony Doria George Little George Little John Kelly

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

TOUCHDOWNS PASSING NAME NO Brian Petry/George Coyle 2 George Coyle 9 George Coyle 5 Statistics missing Mike McDermott 4 Rody Knapp 2 Mark Chegwidden 5 Rody Knapp 4 Rody Knapp 4 Gary Buchsen 6 Gary Buchsen 6 Kevin Magee 9 Kevin Magee 19 Kevin Magee 12 Scott Black 5 Joe Ranft 4 Joe Ranft 8 Jeremy Swords 9 Jeremy Swords 4 Jeremy Swords 5 Randy White 7 Kevin McCray 4 Kevin McCray 2 Anthony Doria 12 Anthony Doria 13 Anthony Doria 21 Anthony Doria 15 George Little 16 George Little 9 John Kelly 7

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COMP/ATT 39/98 99/227 53/140

YDS 465 1524 711

72/190 59/161 76/153 47/98 52/118 65/137 103/253 98/171 150/272 197/329 56/105 84/224 91/180 108/225 115/269 110/249 89/218 77/178 55/141 150/286 190/364 252/409 151/286 144/295 151/292 135/264

711 608 966 688 545 703 1163 1202 2056 2122 712 1196 1172 1556 1169 1063 1091 902 662 1663 2115 2895 1871 1928 1734 1357


SeaSon leadeRS YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

RECEPTIONS NAME Steve Beck Chip Kissel Steve Beck Statistics missing Greg Gordish Myron McNulty Dave Swatsworth Dave Swatsworth Steve Cahill Jason Calhoon Jason Calhoon Dan Mathis Todd Eckenroad Todd Eckenroad Michael Trempe Bob Rohrbaugh/Chad Connors Jarvas Bell Chad Connors Chad Connors Jeremy Nunamaker Matt Rychlicki Simeon Barnett Matt Rychlicki Luke Palko Luke Palko Michael Caputo Michael Caputo Antoine Rivera Omar Winston Antoine Rivera

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

RECEIVING YARDAGE NAME Tony Banks Chip Kissel Steve Beck Statistics missing Myron McNulty Myron McNulty Dave Swatsworth Dave Swatsworth Ted Crews Jason Calhoon Dan Mathis Dan Mathis Todd Eckenroad Todd Eckenroad Michael Trempe Jarvas Bell Jarvas Bell Sam Campoli Chad Connors Jeremy Nunamaker Matt Rychlicki Simeon Barnett Matt Rychlicki Maurice Sales Michael Caputo Michael Caputo Michael Caputo Antoine Rivera Omar Winston Antoine Rivera

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

TOUCHDOWNS RECEIVING NAME NO Four with one 1 Chip Kissel 5 Steve Beck 4 Statistics missing Andy Barnes 2 Three players with 1 Dave Swatsworth/Mike McDermott 2 Dave Swatsworth 2 Steve Cahill/Ted Crews 2

NO 21 50 37 14 30 23 16 15 27 31 30 51 64 14 15 25 34 40 39 23 21 30 42 82 92 63 48 56 53 YDS 211 812 655 171 292 346 340 184 528 422 426 709 711 206 234 356 601 398 360 383 320 411 519 755 1433 857 885 589 689

YEAR 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

NAME Jason Calhoon Dan Mathis Dan Mathis Dan Mathis Elliot Miller/Mike LeSage Bob Rohrbaugh Bob Rohrbaugh Four players with Sam Campoli Chad Connors Cedric Hudson Matt Rychlicki Simeon Barnett/Cedric Hudson E. Jefferson, D. Hill, Rychlicki Michael Caputo Michael Caputo Michael Caputo Michael Caputo Antoine Rivera Ryan Zarnich Antoine Rivera

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

SCORING NAME Brian Petry/Willie Monahan Chip Kissel Steve Beck Statistics missing Andy Barnes Mark Cutaneo Mike Bollinger Chris LeMaster Rody Knapp Brian Dunn Chris Palumbo Dan Mathis Dan Mathis Matt Shontofski Matt Shontofski Jeff Sotosky Brian Pittman Sam Campoli Chad Connors/Randy Ott Wes Clemons Matt Rychlicki Cedric Hudson Michael Hall Michael Caputo Adam Sciulli Michael Caputo Todd Harris Antoine Rivera Zak Campbell Josh Thiel

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

TOTAL OFFENSE NAME George Coyle George Coyle George Coyle Statistics missing Mike McDermott Paul Klein Mark Chegwidden Rody Knapp Rody Knapp Don Fyfe Gary Buchsen Kevin Magee Kevin Magee Kevin Magee Scott Black Joe Ranft Joe Ranft Jeremy Swords Jeremy Swords Jeremy Swords

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NO 5 6 5 1 3 3 3 2 6 2 5 5 2 1 4 7 12 8 7 3 4 PTS 12 32 24 12 18 30 32 32 36 44 30 78 32 33 22 42 36 12 36 30 14 36 26 45 78 66 48 29 39 YDS 451 1431 545 573 540 892 944 603 611 939 1077 2039 2012 778 1246 1299 1695 1168 1088


SeaSon leadeRS YEAR 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

NAME Randy White Kevin McCray Michael Hall Anthony Doria Anthony Doria Anthony Doria Anthony Doria George Little George Little John Kelly

YDS 1038 1119 878 1551 2003 2865 1854 1936 1,608 1,412

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS NAME YDS Willie Monahan 798 Chip Kissel 824 Steve Beck 655 Statistics missing Kevin McKee 422 Mike Bollinger 439 Mike Bollinger 1075 Mike Bollinger 461 Steve Cahill 689 Steve Cahill 620 Chris Palumbo 784 Chris Palumbo 795 Dan Mathis 862 Todd Eckenroad 711 Jeff Sotosky 781 Jeff Sotosky 825 Jeff Sotosky 815 Sam Campoli 1086 Randy Ott 1026 Wes Clemons 907 Jimmy Landrom 865 Ryan Williams 627 Michael Hall 886 Michael Hall 630 Todd Harris 805 Todd Harris 1612 Todd Harris 1519 Antoine Rivera 1007 Omar Winston 1,151 Kyle Harbridge 1,143

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

NAME Chip Kissel Chip Kissel George Coyle Statistics missing Leo Reardon Rich Wanat Rich Wanat Christian LeMaster Larry Black Jason Calhoon Jason Calhoon Brian Horner Scott Black Scott Black Scott Black Matt Shontofski Matt Shontofski Sean Davison Sean Davison Jason Galiote Matt Gergely Carl Parrish Carl Parrish Carl Parrish Carl Parrish Luke Palko Bobby Fuller Bobby Fuller Bobby Fuller Grant Price

PUNTING NO 58 58 49 59 70 48 57 44 54 80 56 61 55 37 62 59 48 78 45 89 58 61 66 57 13 32 59 71 59

YDS 1929 1922 1728

AVG. 33.2 33.1 35.3

1960 2233 1553 1779 1463 1705 2809 1887 2095 2026 1385 2220 2159 1561 2654 1540 2813 1990 1963 2248 1966 487 975 2182 2,906 2,182

33.2 31.9 32.4 31.2 33.3 31.6 35.1 33.7 34.3 36.8 37.4 35.8 36.6 32.5 34.0 34.2 31.6 34.3 32.2 34.1 34.5 37.5 30.5 37.0 40.9 37.0

PUNT RETURNS NO YDS 12 84 26 133

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

NAME Steve Beck Dan Kanuch Statistics missing Statistics missing Kevin McKee Brian Foster Chris Blumenthal Chris Blumenthal Shawn Weaver Gary Gruska Chris Palumbo Dan Mathis Dan Mathis Jeff Sotosky Jeff Sotosky Jarvas Bell Sam Campoli Sam Campoli Sam Campoli Matt Smochek Jimmy Landrom Jimmy Landrom Jimmy Landrom Luke Palko Luke Palko Luke Palko Michael Caputo Antoine Rivera Omar Winston Antoine Rivera

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

KICKOFF RETURNS NAME NO YDS Willie Monahan 11 254 Kevin McKee 11 186 Statistics missing Statistics missing Kevin McKee 19 398 Brian Foster 14 243 Mike McDermott 16 299 Mike Groman 10 163 Steve Cahill 12 311 Steve Cahill 18 323 Dan Mathis 13 269 Dan Mathis 14 235 Jamie Welty 21 349 Jeff Sotosky 19 311 Jason Wilson 16 313 Jeff Sotosky 20 307 Jeff Sotosky 15 278 Sam Campoli 23 388 Randy Ott 30 701 Shawn McClure 10 164 Jimmy Landrom 42 694 Ryan Williams 18 292 Jimmy Landrom 15 371 Kyle Ware 15 356 Damon Hill 17 304 Lou Motley 30 632 Ivin Hicks 17 321 Anthony Richards 24 422 Jude Yearwood 23 472 Jude Yearwood 22 419 Kyle Harbridge 26 636

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

NAME Gibby Servello Gibby Servello Joe Vischetti Statistics missing Leo Reardon Rich Wanat Chris LeMaster Chris LeMaster

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6 14 11 13 11 10 26 20 10 7 8 8 26 19 26 8 20 9 24 19 12 15 7 14 11 17

24 101 59 74 66 37 116 97 71 42 59 32 105 82 55 52 172 84 103 53 53 58 31 129 93 90

FIELD GOALS FGM/FGA 2 2/6 1/2 2/4 5/7 6/10

AVG. 7.0 5.1 4.0 7.2 5.4 5.7 6.0 3.7 4.5 4.7 7.1 6.0 7.4 4.0 4.0 4.3 2.1 6.5 8.6 9.3 4.3 2.8 4.4 3.9 4.4 9.2 8.5 5.3 AVG 23.0 16.9 20.9 17.4 18.7 16.3 25.9 17.9 20.6 16.8 16.6 16.4 19.6 15.4 18.5 16.9 23.4 16.4 16.5 16.2 24.7 23.7 17.9 21.1 18.9 17.6 20.5 19.0 24.5 PCT 2 .333 .500 .500 .714 .600


SeaSon leadeRS YEAR 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

NAME FGM/FGA Greg Klein 4/8 Greg Klein 1/6 Barry Bolton 1/1 Barry Bolton 6/11 Barry Bolton 3/6 Matt Shontofski 7/12 Matt Shontofski 5/12 Matt Shontofski 4/10 Matt Shontofski 5/10 Frank Bacco 3/3 Mike DeSocio 2/4 Jason Galiote 3/7 Matt Gergely 1/2 Jarrett Orzechowski 0/6 Jeremy Reesey 2/6 Dan Graham 0/2 Adam Sciulli 7/12 Adam Sciulli 9/11 Adam Sciulli 4/6 Adam Sciulli 7/13 Zak Campbell 6/7 Josh Thiel 7/15

YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

NAME Dave Rippin Dan Kanuch Statistics missing Statistics missing Brian Foster Paul Lawrence Bob McHale Bob McHale Brian Rupp John Becker Frank Blair Frank Blair Michael Graziani Dwayne Eck Dwayne Eck Pat McKenna Samm Taranto Pat McKenna Matt Farabaugh Derek Payne Daunte Neal Marcus Haines Daunte Neal Marcus Haines Marcus Haines Ivin Hicks Andrew Ardestani Scott Lewis Scott Lewis Scott Lewis

YEAR 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

SACKS NAME NO Mark Palla 12 Chris Tantlinger 4 Mark Palla 7 Frank Hammer 4 Frank Hammer 3.5 Damian Krisko 4 Russell Long 9 Tom Smith 7 Tom Smith 10 P.J. Petrarco 5 Four players with 3 Rick Roth/Jason Gschwend 4 Gregg Gergely 5.5 Eric Korhut 3.5 Matt Balsavage 3

TACKLES NO 111 121 96 76 119 133 84 109 91 105 94 128 111 96 118 123 113 119 138 77 97 90 98 89 82 126 142 118

PCT .500 .167 1.000 .545 .500 .583 .417 .400 .500 1.000 .500 .300 .500 .000 .333 .000 .583 .818 .667 .538 .857 .467

YEAR 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 YEAR 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 YEAR 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1988 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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NAME Aaron Reachard Jamie Robinson Three with 2 Joe Ott Aaron Herring Matt Shine/Aaron Herring Three with 2 Fehi Sevelo Fehi Sevelo Scott Lewis Matthew Parker

NO 8 3 2 8 5 3 2 5 4 5 7

INTERCEPTIONS NAME NO Dan Kanuch 3 Dan Kanuch 7 Statistics missing Statistics missing Kevin McKee 5 Brian Foster 5 Paul Lawrence 4 Steve Antikowiak/Greg Sipos 3 Four players with 1 Vince Pavic/Dan Maxsim 2 Michael Graziani 5 Michael Graziani 4 Jason Wilson 3 Jason Wilson/Jimbo Cowan 5 Jason Wilson 8 Jimbo Cowan/Steve Ceresa/ Pat McKenna 2 Matt Farabaugh 2 Matt Beck, Pat McKenna 3 Milton Irving 2 Derek Payne, Jamil Audi 1 Daunte Neal 2 Jimmy Landrom 4 Jimmy Landrom, Marcus Haines 3 Brandon Turner 3 Four with 2 2 Four with 2 2 Joshua Bentley 2 Matthew Parker 3 Robert Horne, Scott Lewis 2 PASS DEFLECTIONS NAME NO Brian Foster 6 Brian Foster/Paul Friga 5 Matt McHale 7 Vince Cleary 8 Tom Criste 7 Dan Maxsim 8 Vince Pavic/Mike Graziani 5 Jason Wilson 5 Mike Graziani 11 Jason Wilson 11 Jason Wilson 12 Rick Roth/Matt Farabaugh/ Colin Snyder/Jimbo Cowan 2 Matt Beck 12 Pat McKenna 8 Milton Irving 9 Fran Sciullo 6 Jimmy Landrom 9 Jimmy Landrom 11 Jimmy Landrom 8 Brandon Turner 9 Michael Bowman 12 Michael Bowman 12 Terrance Long 7 Rickey Williamson 8 Matthew Parker/Rickey Williamson 6 Terrance Long 5


all-tiMe coachinG RecoRdS COACH Clarence Miller Coach Carroll Joe Savage, T.O.R. Buck Rodgers Oliver Vogel John "Speedo" Loughran James Mahan Emmet J. Russell Eugene T. Stringer Fulton Connors William Donahue James Leonard Larry Kirshling I. "Vince" Davis Art Martynuska Jerry Roberts (Acting) George Klayko Hugh Conrad, Jr. Gerry Gallagher Frank Pergolizzi Pete Mayock Kevin Doherty Dave Jaumotte Dave Opfar Chris Villarrial

SEASON(S) 1909 1910 1911-12, 1917, 1919 1914 1915 1922-23 1924 1925 1926, 1930-31 1927 1928-29 1938-41, 1947 1948 1949-53 1969-79, 1981 1980 1982-83 1984-85 1986-88 1989-94 1995-97 1998 1999-01 2002-2009 2010 - present

YEARS 1 1 4 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 2 5 1 5 12 1 2 2 3 6 3 1 3 7 0

RECORD 2-2-0 3-2-1 23-10-2 4-2-0 2-3-0 0-10-0 2-3-0 5-1-1 10-10-1 6-2-0 8-4-2 17-17-1 5-4-0 14-27-1 45-51-3 2-7-0 1-15-1 1-16-0 9-18-0 25-33-2 5-26-0 0-10-0 2-30-0 15-59-0 0

PCT .500 .600 .697 .667 .400 .000 .400 .833 .500 .750 .667 .500 .556 .341 .469 .222 .059 .059 .333 .431 .161 .000 .063 .203 .000

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SFU TOTALS VS. ALL COLLEGE COMPETITION

(l to r): Omar Winston, Anthony Howze, and Antoine Rivera ‘09 celebrate the Red Flash’s 31-14 win over Duquesne in 2009.

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all-tiMe coachinG RecoRdS

Frank Pergolizzi won 25 games as head coach at Saint Francis from 1989-94.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 11. 11. 14. 15. 16. 16. 16. 16. 16. 21. 21. 23. 23.

BY WINS 45, Art Martynuska, 1969-79, 1981 25, Frank Pergolizzi, 1989-94 23, Joe Savage, T.O.R., 1911-12, 1917, 1919 17, James "Big Jim" Leonard, 1938-41, 1947 17, Dave Opfar, 2002-09 14, I.V. "Vince" Davis, 1949-52 10, Eugene T. Stringer, 1926, 1930-31 9, Gerry Gallagher, 1986-88 8, William Donahue, 1928-29 6, Fulton Connors, 1927 5, Emmet J. Russell, 1925 5, Larry Kirshling, 1948 5, Pete Mayock, 1995-97 4, Buck Rodgers, 1914 3, Coach Carroll, 1910 2, Dave Jaumotte, 1999-01 2, Clarence Miller, 1909 2, Oliver Vogel, 1915 2, James Mahan, 1924 2, Jerry Roberts (Acting), 1980 1, George Klayko, 1982-83 1, Hugh Conrad, Jr., 1984-85 0, John "Speedo" Loughran, 1922-23 0, Kevin Doherty, 1998

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 8. 11. 12. 13. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 23.

BY PERCENTAGE .833 (5-1-1), Emmet J. Russell, 1925 .750 (6-2-0), Fulton Connors, 1927 .697 (23-10-2), Joe Savage, T.O.R., 1911-12, 1917, 1919 .667 (4-2-0), Buck Rodgers, 1914 .615 (8-5-2), William Donahue, 1928-29 .600 (3-2-1), Coach Carroll, 1910 .556 (5-4-0), Larry Kirshling, 1948 .500 (2-2-0), Clarence Miller, 1909 .500 (17-17-1), James Leonard, 1938-41, 1947 .500 (10-10-1), Eugene T. Stringer, 1926, 1930-31 .469 (45-51-3), Art Martynuska, 1969-79, 1981 .431 (25-33-2), Frank Pergolizzi, 1989-94 .400 (2-3-0), Oliver Vogel, 1915 .400 (2-3-0), James Mahan, 1924 .341 (14-27-1), I. "Vince" Davis, 1949-53 .333 (9-18), Gerry Gallagher, 1986-88 .222 (2-7-0), Jerry Roberts (Acting), 1980 .203 (15-59-0), Dave Opfar, 2002-09 .161 (5-26-0), Pete Mayock, 1995-97 .063 (2-30-0), Dave Jaumotte, 1999-01 .062 (1-15-1), George Klayko, 1982-83 .059 (1-16), Hugh Conrad, Jr., 1984-85 .000 (0-10-0), John "Speedo" Loughran, 1922-23 .000 (0-10-0), Kevin Doherty, 1998

The Reverend Christian R. Oravec, T.O.R., Ph.D. (left), former President of Saint Francis, and I.V. Davis.

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all-tiMe coacheS yeaR-By-yeaR YEAR

COACH

REC

PCT

1892-1908 Teams fielded but records destroyed in fire

YEAR

COACH

REC

PCT

1972

Art Martynuska

5-4-0

.556

1909

Clarence Miller

2-2-0

.500

1973

Art Martynuska

5-4-0

.556

1910

Coach Carroll

3-2-1

.600

1974

Art Martynuska

7-1-0

.875

1911

Joe Savage, T.O.R.

4-3-2

.571

1975

Art Martynuska

3-4-1

.429

1912

Joe Savage, T.O.R.

10-3-0

.769

1976

Art Martynuska

2-6-0

.250

1913

Records missing

1977

Art Martynuska

3-5-1

.375

1914

Buck Rodgers

4-2-0

.667

1978

Art Martynuska

4-5-0

.444

1915

Oliver Vogel

2-3-0

.400

1979

Art Martynuska

2-6-0

.260

1916

No team

1980

Jerry Roberts (Acting)

2-7-0

.222

1917

Joe Savage, T.O.R.

1981

Art Martynuska

3-6-1

.333

1918

No team

1982

George Klayko

0-8-1

.000

1919

Joe Savage, T.O.R.

1983

George Klayko

1-7-0

.125

1920-21

No teams

1984

Hugh Conrad, Jr.

1-7-0

125

1922

John "Speedo" Loughran

0-4-0

.000

1985

Hugh Conrad, Jr.

0-9-0

.000

1923

John "Speedo" Loughran

0-6-0

.000

1986

Gerry Gallagher

5-4-0

.555

1924

James Mahan

2-3-0

.400

1987

Gerry Gallagher

3-6-0

.333

1925

Emmet J. Russell

5-1-1

.833

1988

Gerry Gallagher

1-8-0

.111

1926

Eugene T. Stringer

4-1-0

.800

1989

Frank Pergolizzi

2-8-0

.200

1927

Fulton Connors

6-2-0

.750

1990

Frank Pergolizzi

4-6-0

.400

1928

William Donahue

4-2-1

.667

1991

Frank Pergolizzi

6-3-0

.667

1929

William Donahue

4-3-1

.571

1992

Frank Pergolizzi

8-2-1

.800

1930

Eugene T. Stringer

4-4-0

.500

1993

Frank Pergolizzi

3-7-0

.300

1931

Eugene T. Stringer

2-5-1

.286

1994

Frank Pergolizzi

2-7-1

.222

1932-37

No teams

1995

Pete Mayock

0-10-0

.000

1938

James "Big Jim" Leonard

1-6-0

.143

1996

Pete Mayock

3-7-0

.300

1939

James "Big Jim" Leonard

0-7-1

.000

1997

Pete Mayock

2-9-0

.182

1940

James "Big Jim" Leonard

6-2-0

.750

1998

Kevin Doherty

0-10-0

.000

1941

James "Big Jim" Leonard

6-0-1

.857

1999

Dave Jaumotte

2-9-0

.182

1942-46

No teams

2000

Dave Jaumotte

0-11-0

.000

1947

James "Big Jim" Leonard

4-1-0

.800

2001

Dave Jaumotte

0-10-0

.000

1948

Larry Kirshling

5-4-0

.556

2002

Dave Opfar

2-8-0

.200

1949

I. "Vince" Davis

4-4-1

.500

2003

Dave Opfar

1-9-0

.100

1950

I. "Vince" Davis

4-4-0

.500

2004

Dave Opfar

3-8-0

.273

1951

I. "Vince" Davis

3-5-0

.375

2005

Dave Opfar

3-8-0

.273

1952

I. "Vince" Davis

0-7-0

.000

2006

Dave Opfar

3-8-0

.273

1953

I. "Vince" Davis

3-7-0

.300

2007

Dave Opfar

3-7-0

.300

1954-68

No teams

2008

Dave Opfar

0-11-0

.000

1969

Art Martynuska

1-5-0

167

2009

Dave Opfar

2-9

.182

1970

Art Martynuska

3-4-0

.429

2010

Chris Villarrial

1971

Art Martynuska

7-1-0

.875

6-0-0 3-4-0

1.000 .429

100

-

-


all-tiMe vS. opponentS OPPONENT Adelphi Albany Alfred *Allegheny C.C. Alliance American Arkansas A & M

FIRST 1947 1999 1922 1972 1947 1971 1941

LAST 1948 2009 1922 1974 1949 1971 1941

W-L-T 2-0-0 0-10-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0

Bethany Bluffton Bridgewater (VA) Brooklyn College Bryant Butler

1927 1984 1987 1940 2007 1997

1996 1984 1988 1990 2009 2000

3-1-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 3-0-0 0-2-0 0-4-0

California (PA) Canisius Carnegie Mellon Catholic Central Connecticut State Clarion Chicago Coast Guard

1953 1922 1949 1931 1993 1953 1980 1931

1953 1993 1949 1989 2009 1953 1980 1931

0-1-0 4-8-0 0-1-0 7-15-0 2-15-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0

Davis & Elkins Dayton Delaware State Dickinson District of Columbia Duquesne

1924 2001 2006 1988 1977 1913

1931 2002 2006 1991 1979 2009

0-4-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-4-0 1-2-0 5-32-0

Edinboro

1953

1953

1-0-0

Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Fairmont State Fordham Frostburg State

1975 1973 1927 1948 1979

1978 1973 1929 1948 1990

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

Gallaudet Gannon Geneva Georgetown George Washington Glassboro State Grove City

1930 1949 1931 1978 1928 1947 1926

1992 2003 1988 2004 1928 1947 1930

7-3-0 3-6-1 0-10-0 2-9-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-2-2

Hartwick

1992

1992

1-0-0

Indiana (PA)

1912

1953

2-5-0

John Carroll Juniata

1939 1982

1952 1990

0-3-0 0-4-0

King’s

1950

1974

4-4-1

La Salle Liberty Lock Haven Louisville Loyola (MD)

1997 2007 1915 1949 1928

2007 2007 1950 1949 1928

5-6-0 0-1-0 5-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0

Manhattan Mansfield Marist Mercyhurst Millersville Monmouth Morehead State

1929 1938 1989 1981 1925 1993 2004

1929 1977 2008 1997 1950 2009 2009

1-0-0 0-3-0 3-7-0 1-8-1 3-0-0 2-15-0 1-4-0

OPPONENT Morris Harvey Mt. St. Mary’s

FIRST 1940 1923

LAST 1941 1950

W-L-T 2-0-0 2-2-1

New Hampshire Niagara Notre Dame "B" Northern Iowa

2009 1938 1939 2009

2009 1987 1939 2009

0-1-0 9-8-1 0-1-0 0-1-0

Oberlin Ohio Northern

1982 1987

1983 1987

0-2-0 0-1-0

Ramapo Randolph Macon Rider Rio Grande Robert Morris Rutgers-Newark

1988 1980 1930 1947 1994 1979

1988 1986 1930 1947 2009 1979

0-1-0 0-4-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-22-1 1-0-0

Sacred Heart St. Anselm’s St. Bonaventure St. Francis-NY St. John's (NY) St. John Fisher St. Joseph’s (PA) St. Michael’s (VT) St. Peter’s St. Vincent Salem (WV) Scranton Seton Hall Siena Slippery Rock Steubenville Stony Brook Susquehanna

1993 1941 1929 1971 1983 1974 1939 1952 1985 1924 1929 1924 1930 1973 1915 1947 1999 1919

2009 1941 1970 1971 2001 1992 1939 1952 2006 1978 1929 1978 1930 1990 1931 1973 2006 1983

5-9-0 1-0-0 4-2-0 1-0-0 0-4-0 7-5-1 0-1-0 0-1-0 6-6-0 13-13-1 1-0-0 5-10-1 1-0-0 2-2-0 2-1-0 6-1-0 0-8-0 0-3-0

Thiel Towson

1926 1995

1991 1996

0-5-0 0-2-0

Valparaiso Villanova Virginia Military Institute

2003 1938 2007

2004 1938 2008

1-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

Wagner Walsh Wash. & Jeff. Waynesburg Wesley Wesleyan *Westchester-NY West Chester-PA West Virginia Tech Western Maryland Westminister Wilkes

1992 1969 1953 1923 1990 1915 1972 1949 1953 1928 1923 1948

2009 1969 1981 1997 1991 1915 1976 1949 1953 1929 1928 1951

3-16-0 0-1-0 1-2-0 1-4-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-3-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 2-2-0 3-0-1

Youngstown State

1939

1953

0-4-0

TOTALS * Two-year in stitutions not in cluded in above totals 2008 Opponents in BOLD

101

165-343-12 (.317)


all-tiMe SeRieS vS. opponentS 1947 1948

ADELPHI (2-0) SFU OPP 29 0 13 0

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

ALBANY (0-11) SFU OPP 17 55 7 52 14 24 21 49 21 44 0 38 16 25 0 48 21 58 3 27 6 27

1922

ALFRED (0-1) SFU OPP 9 14

1972 1974

*Allegheny C.C. (2-0) SFU OPP 38 0 21 0

1947 1948 1949

ALLIANCE (3-0) SFU OPP 18 6 6 0 19 0

1971

AMERICAN (1-0) SFU OPP 33 8

1941

ARKANSAS A & M (1-0) SFU OPP 59 6

1927 1994 1995 1996

BETHANY (3-1) SFU OPP 3 0 45 20 12 30 21 0

1984

BLUFFTON (0-1) SFU OPP 0 17

1987 1988

BRIDGEWATER-VA (0-2) SFU OPP 17 24 14 20

1940 1989 1990

BROOKLYN COLLEGE (3-0) SFU OPP 34 0 42 7 37 19

2008 2009

BRYANT UNIVERSITY (0-2) SFU OPP 0 23 12 35

1997 1998 1999 2000

BUTLER (0-4) SFU OPP 12 38 0 13 7 21 7 41

1953

CALIFORNIA-PA (0-1) SFU OPP 6 7

1922 1923 1931 1939 1940 1941 1948 1972 1973 1974 1992 1993

CANISIUS (4-8) SFU OPP 0 48 0 54 19 7 7 20 0 18 19 13 0 61 0 7 10 3 3 34 17 14 10 28

1949

CARNEGIE MELLON (0-1) SFU OPP 19 28

1931 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 *Forfeit

CATHOLIC (7-15) SFU OPP 6 21 0 46 13 0 34 6 56 0 9 6 12 7 7 28 7 10 10 13 7 29 12 13 0 14 27 7 3 7 6 34 7 29 3 27 *2 0 0 45 14 38 14 41 CCSU (2-15) OPP 27 24 15 28 25 (OT) 12 35 45 19 28 35 35 28 62 43 36 14

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

SFU 29 21 13 14 18 0 13 24 6 10 28 17 31 21 7 0 13

1953

CLARION (0-1) SFU OPP 6 7

102

1931

CHICAGO (1-0) SFU OPP 28 18 COAST GUARD (0-1) SFU OPP 0 32

1924 1928 1930 1931

DAVIS & ELKINS (0-4) SFU OPP 0 36 0 40 0 33 0 21

1993 2002

DAYTON (0-2) SFU OPP 0 70 0 39

2006

DELAWARE STATE (0-1) SFU OPP 28 63

1988 1989 1990 1991

DICKINSON (0-4) SFU OPP 3 14 0 12 7 31 2 24

1977 1978 1979

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (1-2) SFU OPP 14 7 8 27 6 21

1913 1914 1923 1926 1927 1938 1969 1971 1972 1973 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

DUQUESNE (6-31) SFU OPP 0 19 7 0 0 20 13 0 0 12 0 13 0 33 13 41 5 14 3 14 26 16 14 21 7 20 0 14 6 23 3 42 14 34 6 42 3 38 6 34 3 15 7 21 0 9 6 26 12 0 23 13 34 35 3 7 14 21 14 52 3 51 3 37 17 44 10 41 17 24 7 21 31 14

1980


all-tiMe SeRieS vS. opponentS 1953

EDINBORO (1-0) SFU OPP 13 6

1975 1978

FAIRFIELD (1-1) SFU OPP 10 14 27 20

1973

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON (1-0) SFU OPP 13 6

1927 1929

FAIRMONT STATE (2-0) SFU OPP 32 0 20 6

1948

FORDHAM (0-1) SFU OPP 0 41

1979 1980 1981 1988 1989 1990

FROSTBURG STATE (0-6) SFU OPP 0 42 17 38 20 68 13 25 6 42 7 31

1930 1977 1978 1979 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1992

GALLAUDET (6-3) SFU OPP 6 7 22 8 33 20 45 6 13 17 12 0 26 27 23 14 34 14 33 7

1949 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2003

GANNON (3-6-1) SFU OPP 0 27 16 14 20 20 0 20 0 21 14 29 31 28 41 26 14 18 20 52

1931 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

GENEVA (0-10) SFU OPP 6 12 0 38 7 14 0 31 0 38 6 38 6 44 0 27 7 9 7 27

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 2004

GEORGETOWN (2-9) SFU OPP 0 49 0 19 0 14 7 14 16 18 15 13 14 26 19 17 0 21 7 51 7 36

1928

GEORGE WASHINGTON (1-0) SFU OPP 32 0

1947

GLASSBORO STATE (1-0) SFU OPP 26 0

1926 1927 1928 1929 1930

GROVE CITY (1-2-2) SFU OPP 26 6 0 30 7 7 7 7 0 21

1992

HARTWICK (1-0) SFU OPP 36 0

1912 1912 1914 1919 1922 1952 1953

INDIANA-PA (2-5) SFU OPP 6 0 0 49 0 20 0 19 0 19 20 21 7 0

1939 1951 1952

JOHN CARROLL (0-3) SFU OPP 2 13 6 24 0 60

1982 1983 1989 1990

JUNIATA (0-4) SFU OPP 0 30 0 38 0 41 9 35

1950 1951 1953 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

KING’S (4-4-1) SFU OPP 19 6 13 12 0 21 22 26 27 21 0 9 14 28 26 7 26 26

1997 1998 1999

LA SALLE (5-6) SFU OPP 30 7 5 27 7 44

103

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

0 37 23 33 45 27 21 51

14 42 16 27 42 29 24 10

2007

LIBERTY (0-1) SFU OPP 10 68

1915 1917 1926 1927 1949 1950

LOCK HAVEN (5-1) SFU OPP 35 0 13 0 69 0 39 0 20 13 13 26

1950

LOUISVILLE (0-1) SFU OPP 14 34

1928

LOYOLA-MD (1-0) SFU OPP 7 0

1929

MANHATTAN (1-0) SFU OPP 20 0

1938 1976 1977

MANSFIELD (0-3) SFU OPP 0 7 7 39 13 34

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 2008

SFU 12 13 16 42 7 16 17 10 6 22

1981 1982 1983 1984 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

MERCYHURST (1-8-1) SFU OPP 6 6 13 34 0 21 0 68 13 38 26 39 27 7 21 57 6 13 13 45

1925 1949 1950

MILLERSVILLE (3-0) SFU OPP 42 0 19 7 20 0

MARIST (3-7) OPP 6 22 7 14 16 39 20 26 41 30


all-tiMe SeRieS vS. opponentS 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

MONMOUTH (2-15) SFU OPP 25 14 7 29 0 35 17 46 7 27 14 33 9 20 6 41 0 28 0 7 21 28 39 49 19 15 20 54 17 47 15 42 10 24

2004 2005 2007 2008 2009

MOREHEAD STATE (1-4) SFU OPP 2 7 25 26 14 21 21 36 31 0

1940 1941

MORRIS HARVEY (2-0) SFU OPP 13 7 19 13

1923 1939 1940 1948 1950

MOUNT SAINT MARY’S (2-2-1) SFU OPP 0 41 6 6 0 7 14 0 32 6

2009

NEW HAMPSHIRE (0-1-0) SFU OPP 14 24

1938 1950 1969 1970 1971 1972 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1986 1987

NIAGARA (9-8-1) SFU OPP 0 20 18 26 16 14 14 21 22 12 3 27 17 9 3 7 7 20 19 13 14 20 6 9 7 0 38 12 14 14 13 12 32 7 72 7

1939

NOTRE DAME "B" (0-1) SFU OPP 0 12

2009

NORTHERN IOWA SFU OPP 0 30

1982 1983

OBERLIN (0-2) SFU OPP 0 26 13 14

1987

OHIO NORTHERN (0-1) SFU OPP 31 35

1988

RAMAPO (0-1) SFU OPP 9 21

1980 1981 1985 1986

RANDOLPH MACON (0-4) SFU OPP 6 10 0 7 6 45 0 51 RIDER (1-0) OPP 0

1983 1999 2000

SAINT JOHN’S-NY (0-3) SFU OPP 0 38 0 35 0 23

1974 1975 1976 1977 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

SAINT JOHN FISHER (7-5-1) SFU OPP 24 7 28 3 6 9 7 7 6 13 6 28 6 22 14 10 32 13 12 22 6 0 13 7 18 0

1930

SFU 2

1939

1947

RIO GRANDE (1-0) SFU OPP 47 0

SAINT JOSEPH’S-PA (0-1) SFU OPP 6 13

1952

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

ROBERT MORRIS (2-13-1) SFU OPP 14 14 6 21 15 16 7 34 3 35 0 49 0 63 7 41 14 7(OT) 6 36 10 28 35 28 13 45 14 28 20 35 0 28

SAINT MICHAEL’S-VT (0-1) SFU OPP 6 21

1985 1986 1987 1991 1992 1993 1999 2000 2001 2002 2005 2006

SAINT PETER’S (6-6) SFU OPP 13 27 10 0 9 0 34 13 15 3 14 17 21 8 14 42 7 27 19 24 22 25 38 3

1979

RUTGERS-NEWARK (1-0) SFU OPP 41 6

1924 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1938 1939 1940 1941 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

SAINT VINCENT (13-13-1) SFU OPP 6 14 41 0 19 0 26 6 6 0 2 6 0 20 0 9 13 46 13 0 7 7 0 26 0 13 7 19 26 21 6 26 7 13 0 18 8 16 9 0 21 6 21 18 20 12 24 0 14 0 14 20 39 6

SACRED HEART (5-9)

1941

SAINT ANSELM’S (1-0) SFU OPP 33 26

1929 1930 1940 1941 1951 1970

SAINT BONAVENTURE (4-2) SFU OPP 6 13 8 6 18 13 20 7 6 65 12 6

1971

SAINT FRANCIS-NY (1-0) SFU OPP 16 7

104


all-tiMe SeRieS vS. opponentS 1929

SALEM-WV (1-0) SFU OPP 30 0

1924 1929 1931 1938 1939 1941 1951 1952 1953 1969 1970 1972 1975 1976 1977 1978

SCRANTON (5-10-1) SFU OPP 57 0 12 35 0 0 0 32 0 33 25 9 19 40 6 32 7 27 0 49 0 3 14 7 34 12 7 40 13 19 33 6

1930

SETON HALL (1-0) SFU OPP 6 0

1973 1974 1989 1990

SFU 19 28 17 14

1915 1930 1931

SLIPPERY ROCK (2-1) SFU OPP 0 13 12 6 12 0

1947 1948 1949 1970 1971 1972 1973

STEUBENVILLE (6-1) SFU OPP 6 13 15 8 26 13 42 7 52 0 28 0 20 6

SIENA (2-2) OPP 20 13 25 13

1919 1981 1982

STONY BROOK (0-8) SFU OPP 6 24 7 60 0 34 14 24 14 49 21 29 29 47 20 30 SUSQUEHANNA (0-3) SFU OPP 0 95 0 40 0 48

1926 1984 1985 1990 1991

THIEL (0-5) SFU OPP 0 6 6 23 3 14 14 21 7 14

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

2003 2004

TOWSON (0-2) SFU OPP 7 34 14 54 VALPARAISO (1-1) SFU OPP 6 38 17 13

1938

VILLANOVA (0-1) SFU OPP 0 10

1995 1996

VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE (0-1) SFU OPP 2008 0 49 WAGNER (3-16-0) SFU OPP 1992 21 18 1992 *6 48 1993 21 31 1994 13 35 1995 21 38 1996 6 24 1997 6 42 1998 14 45 1999 13 45 2000 6 35 2001 7 38 2002 0 7 2003 7 21 2004 14 17 2005 21 23 2006 35 14 2007 23 20 2008 13 17 2009 48 56(3OT) *ECAC Southeast Champion ship Game

1969

SFU 6

WALSH (0-1) OPP 12

WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON (1-2) SFU OPP 1953 7 32 1980 0 48 1981 9 7

1923 1951 1952 1996 1997

WAYNESBURG (1-4) SFU OPP 0 65 0 26 6 36 27 0 6 29

1990 1991

WESLEY (0-2) SFU OPP 0 13 6 14

1915

WESLEYAN (0-1) SFU OPP 0 61

1973 1975 1976

*WESTCHESTER-NY (0-3) SFU OPP 18 26 0 46 9 34

105

1949

WEST CHESTER-PA (0-1) SFU OPP 0 35

1953

WEST VIRGINIA TECH (1-0) SFU OPP 18 13

1928 1929

WESTERN MARYLAND (0-2) SFU OPP 0 18 0 7

1923 1924 1927 1928

WESTMINSTER (2-2) SFU OPP 0 33 7 52 3 0 12 0

1948 1949 1950 1951

WILKES (3-0-1) SFU OPP 31 0 14 14 20 0 13 7

1939 1951 1952 1953

YOUNGSTOWN STATE (0-4) SFU OPP 6 20 6 26 0 35 13 20

* Two-Year Schools


yeaR-By-yeaR ReSultS OPPONENT Gallitzin Hastings Raleigh A.C Hastings

1909 (2-2-0) Coach: Clarence Miller SFU 0 7 23 0

1917 (6-0-0) Coach: Joe Savage, T.O.R. OPPONENT SFU Lock Haven 13 Patton 18 Ebensburg 12 Conemaugh 41 Patton 46 Ebensburg 24

OPP 15 0 0 6

1910 (3-2-1) Coach: Carroll OPPONENT SFU Raleigh A.C. 5 South Fork 13 Patton 22 South Fork 0 Patton 3 Altoona Scholastics 5

OPP 0 0 2 10 5 5

1911 (4-3-2) Coach: Joe Savage, T.O.R. OPPONENT SFU Patton 11 Conemaugh 0 Altoona Lyceum 0 South Fork 0 Altoona 3 Conemaugh 0 South Fork 5 Altoona Apprentice 3 Altoona Lyceum 0

OPP 0 0 15 5 0 0 0 0 11

1912 (10-3) Coach: Joe Savage, T.O.R. OPPONENT SFU Indiana (PA) 6 Bellwood High 7 Bellwood High 19 Johnstown High 0 Patton 40 Indiana (PA) 0 Altoona Apprentice 9 Ebensburg 7 Patton 12 Patton 38 South Fork 18 Patton 6 Patton 11

OPP 0 6 0 40 0 49 0 6 7 0 9 0 19

1918 No team 1919 (3-4-0) Coach: Joe Savage, T.O.R. OPPONENT SFU Indiana (PA) 0 Cresson 0 Colver 18 Altoona Tech 7 Saint Mike's (Pitt) 6 Altoona Quakers 2 Susquehanna 0

OPP 25 20 0 0 0 0

1915 (2-3-0) Coach: Oliver Vogel OPPONENT SFU Wesleyan 0 Lock Haven 35 Slippery Rock 0 South Fork 21 Bellefonte Academy 0

OPP 61 0 13 0 21

OPP 19 7 6 14 0 0 95

1920 No team 1921 No team 1922 (0-4-0) Coach: John "Speedo" Loughran OPPONENT SFU OPP Indiana (PA) 0 19 Kiski 0 50 Canisius 0 48 Alfred 9 14 1923 (0-6-0) Coach: John "Speedo" Loughran OPPONENT SFU OPP Westminster 0 33 Duquesne 0 20 Bellefonte Academy 0 68 Mt. St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 0 41 Waynesburg 0 65 Canisius 0 54

OPPONENT Davis & Elkins Patton Westminster Saint Vincent Scranton

1913 Results missing 1914 (4-2-0) Coach: Buck Rodgers OPPONENT SFU Bellefonte Academy 0 Indiana (PA) 0 Bellwood High 38 Duquesne 7 Johnstown High 54 Patton 63

OPP 0 0 0 0 7 0

1916 No team

106

1924 (2-3-0) Coach: James Mahan SFU 0 19 7 6 57

OPP 36 6 52 14 0

1925 (5-1-1) Coach: Emmet J. Russell OPPONENT SFU Lilly 28 Altoona Apprentice 6 Windber 0 Patton 4 Millersville 42 Hastings 56 Moxham 0

OPP 0 0 0 0 0 0 14

1926 (4-1-0) Coach: Eugene T. Stringer OPPONENT SFU Thiel 0 Lock Haven 69 Duquesne 13 Grove City 26 Saint Vincent 41

OPP 6 0 0 6 0


yeaR-By-yeaR ReSultS OPPONENT Bethany Westminster Fairmont Lock Haven Beckley Duquesne Grove City Saint Vincent

1927 (6-2) Coach: Fulton Connors SFU 3 3 32 39 32 0 0 19

1928 (4-2-1) Coach: William Donahue DATE OPPONENT SFU Oct. 6 Grove City 7 Oct. 13 Westminster 12 OCT. 20 GEORGE WASHINGTON 32 Oct. 27 Loyola (MD) 7 Nov. 3 Saint Vincent 26 Nov. 10 Davis & Elkins 0 NOV. 24 WESTERN MARYLAND 0 HO ME GAMES PLAYED IN ALT OONA, PA 1929 (4-3-1) Coach: William Donahue DATE OPPONENT SFU Oct. 5 Grove City 7 Oct. 11 Salem 30 Oct. 19 Manhattan 20 Oct. 26 Saint Bonaventure 6 Nov. 2 Scranton 12 Nov. 11 Saint Vincent 6 NOV. 16 * FAIRMONT 20 NOV. 23 & WESTERN MARYLAND 0 * CRESSO N, PA/& ALTO ONA, PA 1930 (4-4-0) Coach: Eugene T. Stringer OPPONENT SFU Grove City 0 Rider 2 Slippery Rock 12 Saint Bonaventure 8 Seton Hall 6 Davis & Elkins 0 Gallaudet 6 Saint Vincent 2

1938 (1-6-0) Coach: James "Big Jim" Leonard OPPONENT SFU OPP Scranton 0 32 Potomac S.T.C. 7 0 Mansfield 0 7 Saint Vincent 0 9 Duquesne 0 13 Niagara 0 20 Villanova 0 10

OPP 0 0 0 0 0 12 30 0

OPP 7 0 0 0 6 40 18

DATE

OPP 7 0 0 13 35 0 6 7

OPP 21 0 6 6 0 33 7 6

1939 (0-7-1) Coach: James "Big Jim" Leonard OPPONENT SFU OPP Scranton 0 33 John Carroll 2 13 Youngstown State 6 20 Saint Joseph’s (PA) 6 13 Saint Vincent 13 46 Notre Dame "B" 0 12 Mt. St. Mary’s 6 6 Canisius 7 20 1940 (6-2-0) Coach: James "Big Jim" Leonard OPPONENT SFU OPP Canisius 0 18 Mt. St. Mary’s 0 7 Potomac S.T.C. 46 0 DeSales 51 6 Saint Bonaventure 18 13 Brooklyn 34 0 Morris Harvey 13 7 Saint Vincent 13 0

1941 (6-0-1) Coach: James "Big Jim" Leonard DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP Sept. 21 Canisius 19 13 Sept. 27 Saint Anselm’s 33 24 OCT. 15 SAINT BONAVENTURE 20 7 Oct. 19 * Scranton 25 9 Oct. 25 * Morris Harvey 19 13 Nov. 2 Saint Vincent 7 7 NOV. 9 ARKANSAS A & M 59 6 * Location missin g 1942-46 no teams

1931 (2-5-1) Coach: Eugene T. Stringer DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP Sept. 25 Geneva 6 12 Oct. 4 Canisius 19 7 Oct. 9 Saint Thomas 0 0 OCT. 17 SLIPPERY ROCK 12 0 OCT. 23 DAVIS & ELKINS 0 21 Oct. 31 Coast Guard 0 32 Nov. 11 Saint Vincent 0 20 Nov. 14 Catholic 6 21 HO ME GAMES PLAYED IN JOH NST OWN, PA

1947 (4-1-0) Coach: James "Big Jim" Leonard OPPONENT SFU OPP Adelphi 29 0 Alliance 18 6 Rio Grande 47 0 Glassboro State 26 0 Steubenville 6 13 1948 (5-4-0) Coach: Larry Kirshling OPPONENT SFU Canisius 0 Wilkes 31 Mt. St. Mary’s 14 Steubenville 15 Alliance 6 Fordham 0 Adelphi 13 Quantico Marines 0 Saint Vincent 0

1932-37 no teams

107

OPP 61 0 0 8 0 41 0 26 26


yeaR-By-yeaR ReSultS

I.V. Davis’ (back row, far left) teams won 14 games from 1949-53 before the program was discontinued in 1954. Intercollegiate football resumed at Saint Francis in 1969. A look back at the 1969 team appears on Page 5 of the 2008 Red Flash Football Yearbook. 1949 (4-4-1) Coach: I. "Vince" Davis DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 17 Lock Haven 20 SEPT. 24 WILKES 14 OCT. 2 ALLIANCE 19 Oct. 8 Carnegie-Mellon 19 Oct. 15 Steubenville 26 Oct. 22 Millersville 19 OCT. 30 SAINT VINCENT 0 Nov. 6 Gannon 0 Nov. 11 West Chester-PA 0

OPP 13 14 0 28 13 7 13 27 35

1950 (4-4-0) Coach: I. "Vince" Davis DATE OPPONENT SFU SEPT. 16 LOCK HAVEN 13 Sept. 23 Louisville 14 Sept. 30 Wilkes 20 OCT. 8 KING'S 19 Oct. 15 Saint Vincent 7 OCT. 21 MILLERSVILLE 20 Nov. 4 Mt. St. Mary’s 32 Nov. 11 Niagara 18

OPP 26 34 0 6 19 0 6 26

1951 (3-5-0) Coach: I. "Vince" Davis DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 16 Saint Bonaventure 6 Sept. 23 John Carroll 6 SEPT. 29 WILKES 12 Oct. 7 King's 13 Oct. 13 Scranton 19 Oct. 20 Youngstown State 6 Oct. 26 Waynesburg 0 NOV. 4 SAINT VINCENT 26 1952 (0-7-0) Coach: I. "Vince" Davis DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 20 John Carroll 0 Sept. 27 Saint Michael’s (VT) 6 OCT. 4 YOUNGSTOWN STATE 0 OCT. 12 SCRANTON 6 Oct. 19 Saint Vincent 6 OCT. 25 WAYNESBURG 6 Nov. 8 Indiana-PA 20

1953 (3-7) Coach: I. "Vince" Davis DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 19 West Virginia Tech 18 Sept. 25 California-PA 6 Oct. 3 Youngstown State 13 OCT. 10 CLARION 6 OCT. 18 SAINT VINCENT 7 OCT. 24 EDINBORO 13 Oct. 31 Washington & Jefferson 7 NOV. 7 INDIANA-PA 7 Nov. 15 Scranton 7 Nov. 21 King's 0

OPP 13 7 20 7 13 6 32 0 27 21

1954-68 no teams 1969 (1-5-0) Coach: Art Martynuska SFU 6 0 0 16 0 0

OPP 12 46 33 14 49 18

OPP 65 24 7 12 40 27 26 21

1970 (3-4-0) Coach: Art Martynuska OPPONENT SFU Saint Bonaventure 12 Catholic 13 Saint Vincent 8 Scranton 0 Steubenville 42 King's 22 Niagara 14

OPP 6 0 16 3 7 26 21

OPP 60 21 35 32 26 36 21

1971 (7-1-0) Coach: Art Martynuska DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 25 Catholic 34 Oct. 2 Duquesne 13 OCT. 9 SAINT VINCENT 9 Oct. 16 Saint Francis-NY 16 OCT. 23 AMERICAN 33 OCT. 30 STEUBENVILLE 52 Nov. 6 King's 27 Nov. 13 NIAGARA 22

OPP 6 41 0 7 8 0 21 12

OPPONENT Walsh Catholic Duquesne Niagara Scranton Saint Vincent

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yeaR-By-yeaR ReSultS 1976 (2-6-0) Coach: Art Martynuska DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 11 Mansfield 7 Sept. 18 Niagara 7 SEPT. 25 DUQUESNE 26 OCT. 2 SAINT VINCENT 14 OCT. 9 CATHOLIC 7 OCT. 23 WESTCHESTER-NY 9 Nov. 6 Saint John Fisher 6 Nov. 13 Scranton 7

OPP 39 20 16 0 10 34 9 40

1977 (3-5-1) Coach: Art Martynuska OPPONENT SFU Mansfield 13 NIAGARA 19 Saint Vincent 14 SAINT JOHN FISHER 7 Gallaudet 22 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 14 Catholic 10 Duquesne 14 Scranton 13

OPP 34 13 20 7 8 7 13 21 19

1978 (4-5-0) Coach: Art Martynuska OPPONENT SFU Duquesne 7 Niagara 14 Scranton 33 District of Columbia 8 Fairfield 27 Catholic 7 Saint Vincent 39 Georgetown 0 Gallaudet 33

OPP 20 20 6 27 20 29 6 49 20

Members of the 1950 Red Flash football squad include (left-to-right): Assistant coach Conroy, Dan Mason, John Schimminger, Tony Torchetta, Jim Black, Paul Humm and Bob Graupensburger. 1972 (5-4-0) Coach: Art Martynuska OPPONENT SFU Alleghany C.C. 38 Saint Vincent 21 Scranton 14 Duquesne 5 Catholic 56 Steubenville 28 Canisius 0 King's 0 Niagara 3

OPP 0 6 7 14 0 0 7 9 27

1973 (5-4-0) Coach: Art Martynuska DATE OPPONENT SFU SEPT. 15 STEUBENVILLE 20 Sept. 22 Saint Vincent 21 Sept. 29 Duquesne 3 OCT. 6 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 13 OCT. 13 WESTCHESTER-NY 18 Oct. 20 Catholic 9 Oct. 27 Canisius 10 Nov. 3 SIENA 19 Nov. 10 King's 14

OPP 6 18 14 6 26 6 3 20 28

1974 (7-1-0) Coach: Art Martynuska DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 22 Saint John Fisher 24 Sept. 28 SAINT VINCENT 20 OCT. 5 CATHOLIC 12 Oct. 12 Siena 28 Oct. 19 Niagara 17 OCT. 26 CANISIUS 3 NOV. 2 KING'S 26 NOV. 9 ALLEGHENY C.C. 21

OPP 7 12 7 13 9 34 7 0

1975 (3-4-1) Coach: Art Martynuska DATE OPPONENT SFU SEPT. 20 SAINT JOHN FISHER 28 Sept. 27 Saint Vincent 24 OCT. 4 SCRANTON 34 Oct. 11 Catholic 7 OCT. 18 NIAGARA 3 OCT. 25 FAIRFIELD 10 Nov. 1 King's 26 Westchester-NY 0

OPP 3 0 12 28 7 14 26 46

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

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

Please note: The Red Flash played their home games off campus after the sport was reinstated from 1968 through 1978. Saint Francis returned to Loretto to play its home games at the Pine Bowl on campus during the 1979 season. Games played at the Pine Bowl are in CAPS. 1979 (2-6-0) Coach: Art Martynuska DATE OPPONENT SFU SEPT. 15 NIAGARA 6 SEPT. 22 GEORGETOWN 0 SEPT. 29 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 6 OCT. 6 RUTGERS-NEWARK 41 OCT. 13 FROSTBURG 0 Oct. 20 Duquesne 0 NOV. 3 GALLAUDET 45 Nov. 10 Catholic 12

OPP 9 19 21 6 42 14 6 13

1980 (2-7-0) Acting Coach: Jerry Roberts DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 6 Washington & Jefferson 0 SEPT. 13 DUQUESNE 6 SEPT. 20 RANDOLPH-MACON 6 Sept. 27 Georgetown 0 OCT. 4 CHICAGO 28 Oct. 11 Geneva 0 OCT. 18 CATHOLIC 0 Oct. 25 Niagara 7 Nov. 1 Frostburg State 17

OPP 48 23 10 14 18 38 14 0 38

1981 (3-6-1) Coach: Art Martynuska DATE OPPONENT SFU SEPT. 5 WASH. & JEFFERSON 9 Sept. 12 Duquesne 3 Sept. 19 Randolph-Macon 0 SEPT. 26 MERCYHURST 6

OPP 7 42 7 6

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DATE Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 OCT. 9 Oct. 16 OCT. 23 Oct. 30 NOV. 6

NIAGARA GENEVA SUSQUEHANNA Catholic Frostburg State GEORGETOWN

OPPONENT Juniata Georgetown Mercyhurst Niagara GENEVA Susquehanna CATHOLIC Oberlin DUQUESNE

38 7 0 27 20 7

1982 (0-8-1) Coach: George Klayko SFU 0 16 13 14 0 0 3 0 14

1983 (1-7-0) Coach: George Klayko DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 10 # Juniata 0 SEPT. 24 & MERCYHURST 0 OCT. 1 & SAINT JOHN’S 0 Oct. 8 Geneva 0 Oct. 15 Catholic 6 OCT. 22 NIAGARA 13 OCT. 29 OBERLIN 13 Nov. 5 Duquesne 6 # Man sion Par k, Altoona, PA & Penn Cambria H .S . Field, Cr esson, PA 1984 (1-7-0) Coach: Hugh Conrad, Jr. DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 8 Bluffton 0 SEPT. 15 THIEL 6 Sept. 22 Mercyhurst 0 Sept. 29 Saint John Fisher 6 OCT. 13 CATHOLIC 7 Oct. 27 Geneva 6 NOV. 3 DUQUESNE 3 Nov. 10 Georgetown 15 1985 (0-9-0) Coach: Hugh Conrad, Jr. DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 14 Thiel 3 SEPT. 21 GEORGETOWN 14 Sept. 28 Catholic 3 OCT. 5 SAINT PETER’S 13 OCT. 12 RANDOLPH-MACON 6 Oct. 19 Saint John Fisher 6 OCT. 26 GENEVA 6 Nov. 2 Duquesne 6 NOV. 9 GALLAUDET 13 1988 (1-8-0) Coach: Gerry Gallagher DATE OPPONENT SFU SEPT. 10 DICKINSON 3 Sept. 17 Georgetown 7 Sept. 24 Bridgewater (VA) 14 Oct. 1 Ramapo 9 OCT. 8 # FROSTBURG STATE 13 OCT. 15 CATHOLIC 14 OCT. 22 GENEVA 7 OCT. 29 SAINT JOHN FISHER 32 NOV. 5 DUQUESNE 0 # W indber Stadium, W indber, PA

12 14 40 7 68 14

1989 (2-8/2-3 ACFC) Coach: Frank Pergolizzi DATE OPPONENT SFU Sept. 9 Dickinson 0 SEPT. 16 * BROOKLYN 42 SEPT. 23 * MARIST 12 Sept. 30 * Siena 17 Oct. 7 Frostburg State 6 Oct. 14 Catholic 14 OCT. 21 * GALLAUDET 26 Oct. 28 Saint John Fisher 12 Nov. 4 Duquesne 6 NOV. 11 # JUNIATA 0 # W indber Stadium, W indber, PA * Atlantic Collegiate Football Confer ence Games

OPP 12 7 6 25 42 41 27 22 26 41

OPP 38 21 38 38 34 12 14 49

1990 (4-6/4-1 ACFC) Coach: Frank Pergolizzi DATE OPPONENT SFU SEPT. 8 DICKINSON 7 SEPT. 15 # WESLEY 0 Sept. 22 * Brooklyn 37 Sept. 29 * Gallaudet 23 Oct. 6 * Marist 13 Oct. 13 Frostburg State 7 OCT. 20 * SIENA 14 OCT. 27 * SAINT JOHN FISHER 6 Nov. 3 Thiel 14 Nov. 10 Juniata 9 # W indber Stadium, W indber, PA * Atlantic Collegiate Football Confer ence Games

OPP 31 13 19 14 22 31 13 0 21 35

OPP 17 23 68 13 29 38 38 13

1991 (6-3/3-0 ACFC) Coach: Frank Pergolizzi DATE OPPONENT SFU SEPT. 7 GANNON 16 Sept. 14 Dickinson 2 Sept. 21 Wesley 6 OCT. 5 * GALLAUDET 34 OCT. 12 * MARIST 16 Oct. 19 Saint Peter's 34 OCT. 26 DUQUESNE 12 Nov. 2 * Saint John Fisher 13 NOV. 9 THIEL 7 * Atlantic Collegiate Football Confer ence Games

OPP 30 18 34 14 31 48 7 26 34

OPP 14 26 27 27 45 28 44 34 17

OPP 14 51 20 21 25 38 27 13 9

DATE Sept. 5 SEPT. 12 SEPT. 19 SEPT. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 OCT. 17 Oct. 24 OCT. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 21 * ECAC

1992 (8-2-1) Coach: Frank Pergolizzi OPPONENT SFU Gannon 20 CANISIUS 17 WAGNER 21 MERCYHURST 13 Gallaudet 33 Marist 42 SAINT PETER'S 15 Hartwick 36 SAINT JOHN FISHER 18 Duquesne 23 * Wagner 6 Sou theast Championship Game

1993 (3-7) Coach: Frank Pergolizzi DATE OPPONENT SFU SEPT. 4 GANNON 0 SEPT. 11 MARIST 7 Sept. 18 Sacred Heart 16 Sept. 25 Saint Peter's 14 OCT. 2 CCSU 29 OCT. 16 MONMOUTH 25 Oct. 23 Wagner 21 Oct. 30 Canisius 10 NOV. 6 DUQUESNE 34 Nov. 13 Mercyhurst 26

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OPP 20 14 18 38 7 14 3 0 0 13 48

OPP 20 16 14 17 27 14 31 28 35 39


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1994 (2-7-1) Coach: Frank Pergolizzi OPPONENT SFU Gannon 0 Duquesne 3 SACRED HEART 13 BETHANY 45 MERCYHURST 27 Monmouth 7 CCSU 21 ROBERT MORRIS 14 Marist 16 WAGNER 13

1995 (0-10-0) Coach: Pete Mayock DATE OPPONENT SFU SEPT. 2 GANNON 14 SEPT. 9 DUQUESNE 14 SEPT. 16 MARIST 17 Sept. 23 Bethany 12 Oct. 1 Mercyhurst 21 Oct. 7 Wagner 21 OCT. 14 TOWSON STATE 7 OCT. 21 CCSU 13 OCT. 28 MONMOUTH 0 Nov. 11 Robert Morris 6

OPP 21 7 22 20 7 29 24 14 39 35

OPP 29 21 20 30 57 38 34 15 35 21

1996 (3-7 Overall/0-4 Northeast Conference) Coach: Pete Mayock DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP SEPT. 7 WAYNESBURG 27 0 Sept. 14 * Monmouth 17 46 Sept. 21 Gannon 31 28 OCT. 5 * WAGNER 6 24 OCT. 12 DUQUESNE 14 52 OCT. 19 MERCYHURST 6 13 Oct. 26 Towson State 14 54 Nov. 2 * CCSU 14 28 NOV. 9 * ROBERT MORRIS 15 16 NOV. 16 BETHANY 21 0 * Northeast Confer en ce Games 1997 (2-9 Overall/0-4 Northeast Conference) Coach: Pete Mayock DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP Sept. 6 Waynesburg 6 29 Sept. 13 Duquesne 3 51 SEPT. 20 BUTLER 12 38 Sept. 27 * Wagner 6 42 Oct. 4 Mercyhurst 13 45 OCT. 11 * CCSU 18 25 (OT) OCT. 18 * MONMOUTH 7 27 OCT. 25 GANNON 41 26 NOV. 1 MARIST 10 26 Nov. 8 * Robert Morris 7 34 Nov. 15 La Salle 30 7 * Northeast Confer en ce Games 1998 (0-10 Overall/0-5 Northeast Conference) Coach: Kevin Doherty DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP SEPT. 12 DUQUESNE 3 37 Sept. 19 at Butler 0 13 SEPT. 26 * WAGNER 14 45 OCT. 3 * SACRED HEART 7 10 Oct. 10 * at CCSU 0 12 Oct. 17 * at Monmouth 14 33 OCT. 24 LA SALLE 5 27 Oct. 31 at Marist 6 41 NOV. 7 * ROBERT MORRIS 3 35 Nov. 14 at Gannon 14 18 * Northeast Confer en ce Games

1999 (2-9 Overall/1-6 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Jaumotte DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP Sept. 4 at La Salle 7 44 Sept. 11 at Saint John's 0 35 SEPT. 18 BUTLER 7 21 Sept. 25 * at Wagner 13 45 Oct. 2 * at Sacred Heart 24 23 OCT. 9 * CCSU 13 35 OCT. 16 * MONMOUTH 9 20 OCT. 23 * ALBANY 17 55 OCT. 30 SAINT PETER'S 21 8 Nov. 6 * at Robert Morris 0 49 Nov. 13 * at Stony Brook 6 24 * Northeast Confer en ce Games 2000 (0-11 Overall/0-8 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Jaumotte DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP SEPT. 2 LA SALLE 0 14 Sept. 9 * at Saint John's 0 23 Sept. 16 at Butler 7 41 SEPT. 23 * STONY BROOK 7 60 SEPT. 30 * ROBERT MORRIS 0 63 Oct. 7 * at Albany 7 52 Oct. 14 * at Monmouth 6 41 OCT. 21 * WAGNER 6 35 Nov. 4 * at CCSU 24 45 NOV. 11 * SACRED HEART 0 20 Nov. 18 * at Saint Peter's 14 42 * Northeast Confer en ce Games 2001 (0-10 Overall/0-7 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Jaumotte DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP Sept. 1 at Dayton 0 70 SEPT. 8 LA SALLE 37 42 Sept. 21 at Saint Peter's 7 27 Sept. 29 * at Robert Morris 7 41 OCT. 6 * CCSU 6 19 OCT. 13 * MONMOUTH 0 28 Oct. 20 * at Wagner 7 38 OCT. 27 * ALBANY 14 24 Nov. 10 * at Sacred Heart 0 58 Nov. 17 * at Stony Brook 0 38 * Northeast Confer en ce Games 2002 (2-8 Overall/1-6 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Opfar DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP SEPT. 7 DAYTON 0 39 SEPT. 14 SAINT PETER'S 19 24 SEPT. 28 * SACRED HEART 0 28 OCT. 5 * STONY BROOK 14 24 Oct. 12 * at CCSU 10 28 OCT. 19 * WAGNER 0 7 Oct. 26 * at Albany 21 49 Nov. 2 at La Salle 23 16 Nov. 9 * at Monmouth 0 7 NOV. 16 * ROBERT MORRIS (OT) 14 7 * Northeast Confer en ce Games 2003 (1-9 Overall/0-7 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Opfar DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP SEPT. 6 GANNON 20 52 Sept. 13 * at Sacred Heart 12 37 Sept. 20 at Valparaiso 6 38 Sept. 27 * at Robert Morris 6 36 Oct. 4 at La Salle 33 27 OCT. 11 * ALBANY 21 44 Oct. 18 * at Stony Brook 14 49 OCT. 25 * CCSU 28 35 Nov. 8 * at Wagner 7 21 NOV. 15 * MONMOUTH 21 28 * Northeast Confer en ce Games

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yeaR-By-yeaR ReSultS 2004 (3-8 Overall/1-6 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Opfar DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP Sept. at Georgetown 7 36 SEPT. 11 * SACRED HEART 35 28 SEPT. 18 VALPARAISO 17 13 SEPT. 25 * ROBERT MORRIS 10 28 OCT. 2 LA SALLE 45 42 Oct. 9 * at Albany 0 38 OCT. 16 * STONY BROOK 21 29 Oct. 23 * at CCSU 17 35 Oct. 30 at Morehead State 2 7 NOV. 6 * WAGNER 14 17 Nov. 13 * at Monmouth 39 49 * Northeast Confer en ce Games 2005 (3-8 Overall/3-4 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Opfar DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP Sept. 3 # MOREHEAD STATE 25 26 Sept. 10 at Saint Peter’s 22 25 Sept. 24 at La Salle 27 29 Oct. 1 * at Robert Morris 35 28 Oct. 8 * & CCSU 31 28 Oct. 15 * at Stony Brook 29 47 Oct. 22 * ALBANY 16 25 Oct. 29 * at Sacred Heart 45 53 Nov. 5 * MONMOUTH 19 15 Nov. 12 * at Wagner 21 23 Nov. 19 DUQUESNE 17 44 * Northeast Confer en ce Games # Man sion Par k, Altoona, Pa. & Tr ojan Field, John stown, Pa. 2006 (3-8 Overall/2-5 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Opfar DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP Sept. 2 ST. PETER’S 38 3 Sept. 9 at Delaware State 28 63 Sept. 16 at Duquesne 10 41 Sept. 23 LA SALLE 21 24 Sept. 30 ROBERT MORRIS* 13 45 Oct. 7 at Central Connecticut State* 21 62 Oct. 14 STONY BROOK* 20 30 Oct. 21 at Albany* 0 48 Oct. 28 SACRED HEART* 21 14 Nov. 4 at Monmouth* 20 54 Nov. 11 WAGNER* 35 14 * Northeast Confer en ce Games

2007 (3-7 Overall/3-4 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Opfar DATE OPPONENT SFU OPP Sept. 8 MOREHEAD STATE 14 21 Sept. 15 at Robert Morris* 14 28 Sept. 29 at Liberty 10 68 Oct. 6 CCSU* 7 43 Oct. 13 DUQUESNE 17 24 Oct. 20 ALBANY* 21 58 Oct. 27 at Sacred Heart* 35 30 Nov. 3 MONMOUTH* 17 47 Nov. 10 at Wagner* 23 20 Nov. 17 at La Salle 51 10 * Northeast Confer en ce Games 2008 (0-11 Overall/0-7 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Opfar DATE Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

OPPONENT SFU at VMI 0 MARIST 22 at Duquesne* 7 at Morehead State 21 at Monmouth* 15 SACRED HEART* 24 WAGNER* 13 at Albany* 3 at Central Connecticut State* 0 ROBERT MORRIS* 20 BRYANT* 0

OPP 49 30 21 36 42 41 17 27 36 35 22

2009 (2-9 Overall/1-8 Northeast Conference) Coach: Dave Opfar DATE Sept. 05 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 03 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 06 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

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OPPONENT at New Hampshire MOREHEAD STATE at Northern Iowa at Wagner* ALBANY* at Sacred Heart* at Robert Morris* Duquesne* MONMOUTH* at Bryant* CCSU*

SFU 14 31 0 48 6 7 0 31 10 12 14

OPP 24 0 30 56 27 29 28 14 24 35 13


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