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WE ARE THE “RAINBOW WARRIORS” In an effort to standardize its nicknames, on July 1, 2013, the University of Hawai‘i officially changed its men’s team nickname to “Rainbow Warriors.” The school’s women’s teams are still referred to as “Rainbow Wahine.” The word “Wahine” (pronounced wah-HEEnay) means woman in the Hawaiian language. The rainbow has been part of UH’s nickname since 1923.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents __________________________ 1 Quick Facts ______________________________ 2-3 Media Information_________________________ 4-5 Media Outlets _____________________________ 6 Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium ________ 7

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Season Outlook __________________________ 8-11 Rosters ________________________________ 12-13 Geographical Roster/Pronunciation Chart _______ 14 Depth Chart _____________________________ 15 Head Coach Norm Chow _________________ 16-17 Assistant Coaches ________________________ 18-21 Football Support Staff ____________________ 22-23 Player Profiles __________________________ 24-45 Newcomer Profiles _______________________ 46-52 Mountain West Conference __________________ 53 MW Composite Schedule ___________________ 54 MW Bowl Affiliations ______________________ 55 2013 Opponents __________________________ 56 All-Time Opponent Series Records ____________ 57 2013 Opponent Series History _____________ 58-59 Season in Review ________________________ 60-61 Game Recaps & Statistics _________________ 62-67 Final Statistics __________________________ 68-75 MW Team Statistics _______________________ 76 MW Individual Statistics __________________ 77-78

80 RECORDS

Passing ________________________________ 80-82 Rushing _______________________________ 83-85 Total Offense ___________________________ 86-87 Receiving ______________________________ 88-89 All-Purpose Yards __________________________ 90 Punting _________________________________ 91 Scoring ________________________________ 92-93 Kickoff Returns ___________________________ 94 Punt Returns _____________________________ 95 Defense _______________________________ 96-97 Interceptions _____________________________ 98 Miscellaneous/Attendance ___________________ 99 Opponent/Team Scoring ___________________ 100 Margins ________________________________ 101 Streaks _________________________________ 102

103 HISTORY

History of UH Football _________________ 103-107 Bowl Game History _______________________ 108

Bowl Appearances _____________________ 109-113 Bowl Game Record Book___________________ 114 National Rankings ________________________ 115 National Television _______________________ 116 All-Time Head Coaches ____________________ 117 All-Time Letterwinners _________________ 118-124 Distinguished Alumni _____________________ 125 Year-by-Year Statistics __________________ 126-127 Year-by-Year Results ___________________ 128-129 All-Time Results ______________________ 130-137 Awards and Honors All-Americans ____________________ 138-142 Major Award Finalists _________________ 143 All-Conference ___________________ 143-144 Scholar-Athletes _____________________ 145 All-Star Game Participants _____________ 146 Team Awards ____________________ 147-148 ’Bows in the Pros ____________________________ National Football League ___________ 149-150 NFL Draft Picks _____________________ 151 NFL Free Agents _____________________ 152 Other Pro Leagues ___________________ 153

154 THE UNIVERSITY

2013 SCHEDULE Date

Opponent

Aug. 29

USC (CBS Sports)

Sept. 7

at Oregon State (Pac-12 Networks) 5:00 p.m. PT

Sept. 21 at Nevada* Sept. 28 FRESNO STATE* Oct. 5

SAN JOSE STATE*

Oct. 12

at UNLV*

Oct. 26

COLORADO STATE*

Time 5:00 p.m. 5:05 p.m. PT 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 5:05 p.m. PT 6:00 p.m.

(Homecoming)

Nov. 2

at Utah State* (CBS Sports)

Nov. 9

at Navy (CBS Sports)

2:00 p.m. MT 3:30 p.m. ET

Nov. 16 SAN DIEGO STATE* (CBS Sports) 5:30 p.m. (Retro Night)

Nov. 23 at Wyoming* Nov. 30 ARMY

12:05 p.m. MT 6:00 p.m.

(Senior & Military Night) BOLD CAPS = Home games played at Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium All times local to site * = Mountain West game

This is Hawai‘i ___________________________ 154 The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa _______ 155-157 UH-Mānoa Chancellor/Athletics Director ______ 158 Head Coaches/Staff Directory _______________ 159 Athletics Facilities ________________________ 160

UH MĀNOA POLICY ON GENDER EQUITY IN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Gender equity in athletics extends the doctrine of fairness to all areas of athletic activity at the University level. It is activated by a sense of moral obligation that exceeds any specific duty to comply with legal requirements, although it also recognizes the necessity of observing the tenets of Title IX, Patsy Mink Act. Its desired effect is to offer women and men equal opportunities to participate in sports for which there is demonstrated interest among athletes in Hawai‘i and to provide equitable levels of support for coaching, travel, scholarships, operating expenses and facilities used. Beyond these specific goals, gender equity also fosters an attitude and establishes an environment in which men’s and women’s sports are encouraged in comparable ways. Those who support gender equity are willing to cooperate in frequent self-evaluations and to implement change so that all student-athletes can have the same opportunity to realize the highest level of their abilities. A copy of the plan titled, “Believe It, Achieve It,” is available in the Senior Woman Administrator’s Office.

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ON THE COVER: Seniors (l-r) Tavita Woodard, Siasau Matagiese, Billy Ray Stutzmann, Art Laurel, and John Hardy-Tuliau. CREDITS: The 2013 University of Hawai‘i Football Media Guide was produced by the University of Hawai‘i Sports Media Relations Office. All rights reserved. Derek Inouchi, Director; Neal Iwamoto, Kara Nishimura, John Barry, Assistant Directors; Troy Yamamoto, Internet Specialist; Jay Metzger, Multimedia Specialist; Kainoa Andrade, Alyssa Kau, Keiko Sugihara, Devanie White, Chase Yogi, Student Assistants. Layout and design by Derek Inouchi. Cover designs by Kara Nishimura and Kainoa Andrade. Edited by Sherri Yoshioka. Printing by Best Printing.

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QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location _______________________________________Honolulu, HI Founded______________________________________________1907 Enrollment __________________________________________ 20,000 President ________________ M.R.C. Greenwood (until Aug. 31, 2013) Chancellor ___________________________________ Dr. Tom Apple Athletics Director _____________________________________Ben Jay Senior Woman Administrator _______ Marilyn Moniz-Kaho‘ohanohano Faculty Athletics Representative ___________________ Peter Nicholson Colors _____________________________ Green, Black, White, Silver Nickname _________________________________ Rainbow Warriors Conference ___________________________________ Mountain West Stadium (Capacity) _ Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium (50,000) Surface _______________________________ Synthetic Infilled Turf

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Aloha Stadium Press Box ________________________ (808) 486-1800 Athletics Department Phone _____________________ (808) 956-7301 Stan Sheriff Center Box Office____________________ (808) 956-4481

COACHING STAFF

TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Overall Record _____________________________________ 3-9 2012 Conference Record (Finish) _________________ 1-7 (MW t-9th) 2012 Bowl Game ______________________________________ None 2012 Final Ranking ______________________ NR (AP)/NR (Coaches) Starters Returning/Lost __________________________________ 16/9 Offense: 7/4 Defense: 8/3 Special Teams: 1/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost _______________________________ 44/34 Offense: 20/17 Defense 23/14 Special Teams: 1/3 Offensive Formation __________________________________ Pro-Set Defensive Formation _____________________________________ 4-3

FOOTBALL HISTORY First Season ___________________________________________1909 All-Time Record ____________________________ 529-410-25 (.562) All-Time Collegiate Record _____________________ 362-348-9 (.510) Home Record ______________________________ 442-268-22 (.619) Road Record _________________________________ 85-141-3 (.378) Neutral Record __________________________________ 2-1-0 (.667) MWC Record __________________________________________ 1-7 Aloha Stadium Record _________________________ 183-118-4 (.607) Bowl Record ______________________________________5-5 (.500) Last Bowl Appearance ________________ 2010 Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl Opponent (Result) ___________________________ Tulsa (L, 35-62)

MEDIA RELATIONS Media Relations Director/Football Contact __________ Derek Inouchi E-mail _________________________________ inouchi@hawaii.edu Office _____________________________________ (808) 956-7523 Cell ______________________________________ (808) 954-0234 Asst. Media Relations Director/Secondary FB Contact ___Neal Iwamoto E-mail _______________________________ niwamoto@hawaii.edu Office _____________________________________ (808) 956-9748 Cell ______________________________________ (808) 375-6819

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Assistant Directors ____________________Kara Nishimura, John Barry Multimedia Specialist ______________________________ Jay Metzger Internet Specialist______________________________ Troy Yamamoto Fax _________________________________________ (808) 956-4470 Address_______________________________ UH Sports Media Relations 1337 Lower Campus Rd., Honolulu, HI 96822 Websites _____________________________ www.HawaiiAthletics.com _____________________________ www.HawaiiAthleticsOhana.com

Head Coach _____________________________________Norm Chow Alma Mater (Year) ______________________________ Utah (1968) Overall Record (Years) _______________________________ 3-9 (1) Record at School (Years) _______________________________Same Bowl Record _________________________________________ 0-0 Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach ____________Aaron Price Alma Mater _________________________ Washington State (1994) Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers _______________ Thom Kaumeyer Alma Mater _________________________________ Regents (1993) Special Teams Coordinator/Safeties ________________ Chris Demarest Alma Mater _____________________________Northeastern (1988) Secondary_____________________________________ Daronte’ Jones Alma Mater ____________________________ Morgan State (2001) Offensive Line __________________________________ Chris Naeole Alma Mater ________________________________Colorado (1997) Defensive Line ___________________________________Lewis Powell Alma Mater ___________________________________ Utah (2004) Tight Ends ___________________________________ Philip Rauscher Alma Mater __________________________________UCLA (2007) Linebackers _____________________________________ Tony Tuioti Alma Mater _________________________________ Hawai‘i (1999) Running Backs ________________________________ Chris Wiesehan Alma Mater _________________________________Wabash (1994) Director of Football Administration____________________ Brad Jones Director of Player Personnel _______________________Keith Uperesa Video Coordinator _________________________________ Dory Kong Strength & Conditioning Coordinator _______________ Gary Beemer Graduate Assistants _______________ Luke Matthews, Richard Torres, _____________________________ Jared Vanderbeek, Jordan Wynn Interns ____________________________ Lance Samuseva, Ed Ta‘amu Executive Assistant _______________________________Lacey Lavarias Office Phone _________________________________ (808) 956-6508 Office Fax ___________________________________ (808) 956-9552

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QUICK FACTS STARTERS RETURNING (16)

STARTERS LOST (9)

Offense (7) Ben Clarke, OL, 6-3, 285, So. Scott Harding, WR, 5-11, 200, Jr. Joey Iosefa, RB, 6-0, 245, Jr. Dave Lefotu, OL, 6-3, 305, Jr. Mike Milovale, OL, 6-3, 310, Sr. Sean Schroeder, QB, 6-3, 200, Sr. Billy Ray Stutzmann, WR, 6-0, 185, Sr.

Notes

Defense (8) Brenden Daley, LB, 6-3, 250, Sr. Jerrol Garcia-Williams, LB, 6-2, 215, So. Siasau Matagiese, DL, 6-2, 300, Sr. John Hardy-Tuliau, DB, 5-11, 180, Sr. Marrell Jackson, DB, 6-0, 185, So. Art Laurel, LB, 6-0, 235, Sr. Ne’Quan Phillips, DB, 5-9, 185, So. Beau Yap, DL, 6-2, 260, Jr.

Notes

Specialists (1) Tyler Hadden, PK, 5-11, 180, Jr.

Notes

Started all 12 games as a true frosh 20 rec., 321 yds., 2 TDs, 12.8 PR avg. 125 rush, 463 yds, 1 TD 3.7 avg. Started 11 games at LG Started 9 games at RT; 2 at LG 175-of-344, 1,878 yds, 11 TDs Leading receiver; 35 rec., 447 yds

26 tkls, 1 INT 33 tkls, 3.0 TFL 21 tkls, 2.0 TFL 42 tkls, 3.0 TFL, 7 PD, 3 INT Led team with 56 tkls; 5 PD, 2 FF 51 tkls, 13.5 TFL, 4 sks, 1 FF 25 tkls, 2.0 TFL, 2 INT, 4 PD 37 tkls, 10.5 TFL, 3 sks, 3 QBH

Offense (4) Ryan Hall, TE Trevor Davis, WR Blake Muir, OL

Notes

Defense (3) Haku Correa, DL Mike Edwards, DB Paipai Falemalu, DL

Notes

20 rec., 168 yds, 1 TD 17 rec., 235 yds., 2 TDs Started all 12 games at LT Chauncy Winchester-Makainai, OL Started 5 games at both guard spots

Specialists (2) Alex Dunnachie, P Luke Ingram, LS

37 tkls, 3.5 TFL, 2.5 sks H.M. All-America KR, 43 tkls, 17 PD, 3 KOR TDs 2nd team All-MW; 56 tkls, 10.0 TFL, 5 sks

H.M. All-America, 2nd team All-MW; 46.2 avg. Started all 52 games of his career at LS

13-21 FG, 49 long, 29-29 PAT

LETTERMEN RETURNING (44)

REDSHIRTS (7)

Offense (20): Kody Afusia, Ben Clarke, Craig Cofer, Clark Evans, Chris Gant, Scott Harding, Jeremy Higgins, Joey Iosefa, Donnie King, Jr., Dave Lefotu, Frank Loyd Jr., Michael Milovale, Harold Moleni, Bubba Poueu-Luna, Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson, Allen Sampson, Sean Schroeder, Sean Shigematsu, Billy Ray Stutzmann, Justin Vele

Offense (4): Leo Koloamatangi, Steven Lakalaka, Kiha Sai, Ikaika Woolsey

Defense (23): Kamalani Alo, Kawika Borden, Ho‘oikaika CavacoAmoy, Brian Clay, Charles Clay, George Daily-Lyles, Brenden Daley, Joshua Donovan, Benetton Fonua, Jerrol Garcia-Williams, Tony Grimes, John Hardy-Tuliau, Marrell Jackson, Art Laurel, Dee Maggitt, Marcus Malepeai, Siasau Matagiese, Ne’Quan Phillips, Moses Samia, TJ Taimatuia, Lance Williams, Tavita Woodard, Beau Yap Specialists (1): Tyler Hadden

Defense (3): Mike Andrade, Michael Martin, Hunter Thomson

FOUR-YEAR TRANSFERS (11) Offense (8): Duke Bukoski, Nick Childs, Taylor Graham, Keahi Hogan, Marcus Langkilde, Daniel Masifilo, Jason Muraoka, Brenden Urban Defense (1): Iuta Tepa Specialists (2): Ceejay Santos, Joe Uglietto

MID-YEAR TRANSFERS & GRAYSHIRTS (5) Offense (2): David Griffin, Josh Long

SQUADMEN RETURNING (7) Offense (5): Samson Anguay, Ben Dew, Cecil Doe, Dustin Elisara, Calen Friel

Defense (3): Penitito Faalogologo, Julian Gener, Anthony Pierce

Defense (2): Dante Johnson, Ryan Pasoquen

SIGNEES (21)

LETTERMEN LOST (34)

Offense (11): Ammon Barker, Keelan Ewaliko, Vasquez Haynes, RJ Hollis, Marcus Kemp, Keith Kirkwood, Diocemy Saint Juste, Elijah Tupai, John Wa‘a, Sully Wiefels, Aofaga Wily

Offense (17): Chinedu Amadi, Darius Bright, Justin Clapp, Trevor Davis, David Graves, Will Gregory, Ryan Hall, Sterling Jackson, Jared Leaf, John Lister, Jordan Loeffler, Blake Muir, Jeremiah Ostrowski, Corey Paclebar, Kapua Sai, Cayman Shutter, Chauncy Winchester-Makainai Defense (14): Kaeo Alo, Haku Correa, Desmond Dean, Mike Edwards, Rykin Enos, Paipai Falemalu, Geordon Hanohano, Leroy Lutu, Daryl McBride, Jr., Dylan McCagg, Kawika Ornellas, Mike Sellers, Alema Tachibana, Kendrick Van Ackeren

Defense (9): Dejon Allen, Kwamane Bowens, Trayvon Henderson, Barry Higdon, Meffy Koloamatangi, Tevita Lataimua, David Manoa, Drake Miller, Kennedy Tulimasealii Specialists (1): Ruben Guzman

OTHER NEWCOMERS (5) Offense (1): Max Broman

Specialists (3): Alex Dunnachie, Luke Ingram, Kyle Niiro Defense (4): Josh Gist, Damien Packer, Kawehi Sablan, Niko Uti

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MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS MEDIA RELATIONS 1337 Lower Campus Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 Main Office Number: (808) 956-7523 Fax Number: (808) 956-4470 E-mail: mediarel@hawaii.edu Websites: HawaiiAthletics.com HawaiiAthleticsOhana.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/HawaiiAthletics Facebook: www.facebook.com/HawaiiAthletics Instagram: www.instagram.com/HawaiiAthletics YouTube: www.youtube.com/HawaiiAthletics

DEREK INOUCHI Media Relations Director Work: (808) 956-4478 Cell: (808) 954-0234 E-mail: inouchi@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Hawai‘i, 1996 Sport Assignments: Football, Cross C Country/Track C /T & Field, M/W Golf, Men’s Volleyball

NEAL IWAMOTO Assistant Director Work: (808) 956-9748 Cell: (808) 375-6819 E-mail: niwamoto@hawaii.edu Alma Maters: Santa Clara, 1995, Hawai‘i, 1998 Sport Assignments: Secondary Football, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Sailing, Sand Volleyball, Water Polo

KARA NISHIMURA Assistant Director/ Graphic Designer Work: (808) 956-5087 Cell: (808) 497-0638 E-mail: karakn@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Purdue, 1993 S A i Sport Assignments: Women’s Basketball, Softball, Women’s Tennis

JOHN BARRY Assistant Director Work: (808) 956-7506 Cell: (808) 292-1462 E-mail: jbarry@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Lafayette, 1998 Sport Assignments: Women’s Volleyball, V ll b ll Baseball, B b ll M/W Swimming & Diving, Men’s Tennis

SUPPORT STAFF JAY METZGER Multimedia Specialist Work: (808) 956-4479 Cell: (808) 295-4353 E-mail: jmetzger@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Menlo, 1995

TROY YAMAMOTO Internet Specialist Work: (808) 956-9647 E-mail: troyy@hawaii.edu Alma Mater: Hawai‘i, 1996

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The 2013 Hawai‘i Football Media Guide has been produced to assist the media in the coverage of Rainbow Warrior football. The Sports Media Relations Office will follow-up with weekly press releases during the fall season to keep the media informed about the Rainbow Warrior football team. Please direct all inquiries to the UH Sports Media Relations Office at (808) 956-7523. We look forward to working with you throughout the season!

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Sports Media Relations __________ (808) 956-7523 Sports Media Relations Fax _______ (808) 956-4470 E-mail ___________________ mediarel@hawaii.edu Aloha Stadium Press Box _________ (808) 486-1800 OVERNIGHT ADDRESS UH Sports Media Relations Office 1337 Lower Campus Road Honolulu, HI 96822

INTERVIEW POLICY All players and coaches will be available for interviews after practice during the season from Monday through Wednesday at the grass practice field. Coaches will be available until Thursday. No interviews with either players or coaches will be allowed on Friday. If you wish to interview a particular player at a specific time, in person or by telephone, arrangements should be made through the Sports Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance. Every effort will be made to accommodate your requests, but players will not be asked to miss class, study hall, practices, or medical treatment to conduct interviews. Players’ cellular or home numbers will not be released by the Sports Media Relations Office. To schedule interviews with head coach Norm Chow, contact the Sports Media Relations Office at (808) 956-7523.

WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCE During the season, head coach Norm Chow will conduct a weekly press conference every Monday at 11:15 a.m. in the Stan Sheriff Center Green Room. No press conferences will be conducted the Monday following bye weeks. Chow will also participate in the Mountain West Conference weekly teleconference call each Tuesday beginning at 6:02 a.m. (HT).

PRESS CREDENTIALS Requests for working press, photo and broadcast credentials for 2013 home football games should be made in writing on company letterhead at least two weeks prior to the game. Direct all requests to Neal Iwamoto, Asst. Sports Media Relations Director at niwamoto@hawaii.edu, via fax at (808) 956-4470, or mail at 1337 Lower Campus Rd., Honolulu, HI 96822. Credentials will be available for pickup weekdays from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. in the Sports Media Relations Office. After 4:30 p.m. on the day before game day, credentials will be available at the “Will Call” window of the Aloha Stadium Box Office. A picture ID is required to pick up items at “Will Call.” Due to the limited space available in the Aloha Stadium Press Box, news outlets covering the Rainbow Warriors or their opponent on a regular basis will receive top priority for credentials. All other credentials for print media are issued on the basis of space availability. ESPN 1420AM, which holds the exclusive radio rights for Rainbow Warrior football, will

be the only local radio station to receive season credentials. Local radio stations with a full-time sports director conducting a daily sports show of notable length will receive first consideration. Credentials should be used for professional use only. Individuals who abuse the use of their credential will lose their future privileges.

PHOTOGRAPHERS Photo passes are available for accredited news media and should be ordered in the same manner as press credentials. In accordance with NCAA and Mountain West rules, photographers must wear their credentials, are NOT permitted in either team’s bench area (between the 25-yard lines) and must stay within the 12-foot restraining line. Children under the age of 18 are not permitted on the sideline at any time. Individuals violating sideline policies may be required to surrender their credentials and be removed from the stadium. No credentials will be issued to freelance photographers, cutline workers, equipment carriers or radio station representatives, except for the two originating stations. For additional questions regarding photography guidelines, please contact Multimedia Specialist Jay Metzger at jmetzger@hawaii.edu.

PARKING Aloha Stadium is located in Halawa, just off the waters of historic Pearl Harbor (99-500 Salt Lake Blvd.). The media parking lot at Aloha Stadium is located in Section 1C. Media should enter the stadium through the Main Salt Lake entrance (Gate 1). Limited space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Passes should be requested through the Sports Media Relations Office with highest priority going to news outlets who regularly cover the Rainbow Warriors and their opponents.

TELEPHONES & INTERNET SERVICES The Sports Media Relations Office has one telephone line in the Aloha Stadium Press Box for office use only. Media members requiring telephone lines should call Hawaiian Telcom at (808) 643-4411 to install phone lines at the user’s expense. The Aloha Stadium Press Box and Hospitality Room features free wireless internet service to working media. Please see a Sports Media Relations staff member for login codes on game days.

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MEDIA INFORMATION SERVICES Programs, flip cards and pregame notes will be distributed prior to each game. Last-minute number changes and starting line-up changes (if they are reported) will be issued prior to kickoff. Playby-play accounts and flash quarter statistics will be distributed throughout the game. Final statistics, quotes and notes will be distributed following the game. Soft drinks and a light meal will be available in the buffet area behind booths 4, 5 and 6.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS Head coach Norm Chow and selected players will be available at the post-game press conference following the 10-minute cooling-off period in the Aloha Stadium Hospitality Room near the security entrance and stadium personnel offices. With approximately five minutes remaining in the game, a Sports Media Relations representative will escort the media down to the field. No interviews will be allowed on the field. The UH main locker room is located on the mauka (east) side of the south end zone. The locker room is open to print media. Television cameras and videographers are not allowed inside the locker room.

UH’S SOCIAL MEDIA SITES In order to broaden its reach to fans worldwide, UH Athletics has entered the online world of social networking with official Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram pages. Twitter page is available at www.twitter.com/HawaiiAthletics Facebook page is available at www.facebook.com/HawaiiAthletics YouTube channel is available at www.youtube.com/HawaiiAthletics Instagram page is available at www.instagram.com/HawaiiAthletics

HAWAIIAN AIRLINES FIELD at ALOHA STADIUM Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium seats approximately 50,000 spectators and features five levels of seating - orange, blue, brown, red and yellow. It is the largest outdoor arena in the state of Hawai‘i and home to University of Hawai‘i football as well as the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl. The Aloha Stadium Press Box is located on the makai (ocean) sideline on the loge (brown) level. The main booth seats approximately 60 print media, statisticians and game operations personnel. There are additional booths for home/visiting team radio, TV, home/visiting team coaches, the UH Athletics Director, and the UH Mānoa Chancellor. For more information about the stadium, see page 7.

HAWAIIATHLETICS.COM The UH Athletics website (HawaiiAthletics.com) features a video component, photo galleries and online media guides in addition to the existing player and coach biographies, press releases, statistics, schedules and everything else you need to know about UH Athletics. In addition, a .pdf version of every UH media guide is available on the website.

COLLEGEPRESSBOX.COM collegepressbox.com is the official media website for Division I football. Access and download weekly game notes, quotes, statistics, media guides, headshots, logos and more for each conference and its member schools. Login information will be distributed to accredited media or you can apply for a password by sending an e-mail to password@collegepressbox.com.

WHAT’S AN ‘OKINA? Q: Ever wondered what that punctuation mark in the word Hawai‘i is? A: In the Hawaiian language, it’s called an ‘okina, which translated literally in English means separator. Phonetically it is referred to as a glottal stop, similar to the sound that would be made in the English oh-oh. The ‘okina is actually a letter in the Hawaiian language and typed out looks like a backwards apostrophe. The practice of the UH Sports Media Relations office is to use the ‘okina in all Hawaiian words in which they occur.

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MEDIA OUTLETS

BROADCAST PARTNERS TELEVISION PARTNER

RADIO PARTNER

Oceanic Time Warner Cable is the television rights holder of UH Athletics. Robert Kekaula, who has been part of the broadcast team for UH football since 1992, begins his third year in the play-by-play role. Former UH head coach Dick Tomey will provide color commentary. Also for the third year, Oceanic will present expanded pre-game and post-game coverage, hosted by Howard Dashefsky and featuring sideline reporter Lori Santi. Oceanic Time Warner’s OCSports will also produce and present Norm Chow’s Coach’s Show franchise, which will give viewers inside access to the Rainbow Warrior Football program on a week-by-week basis during the 2013 season. Most OCSports telecasts of UH events are streamed live at https://secure. oceanic.com/Streaming or at www.OCSports.tv.

Every UH football game this season will be broadcast by ESPN1420AM, UH’s flagship station. Longtime play-by-play announcer Bobby Curran has covered UH sports for 20 years. Former Rainbow Warrior slotback and former sports anchor John Veneri will handle color commentary while Felipe Ojastro has sideline duties. Curran will also host the “Call the Coach” show featuring Norm Chow every Tuesday night throughout the season. The show will recap the previous week’s game and look ahead to the next opponent. Every game and “Call the Coach” show is streamed live on the internet at www.espn1420am.com.

Robert Kekaula Play-by-Play

Dick Tomey Color Analyst

Lori Santi Sideline

Howard Dashefsky Pre-/Post-game Host

TELEVISION STATIONS

RADIO STATIONS

OC SPORTS Dan Schmidt, General Manager Candace Fujishima, Executive Producer 200 Akamainui St. Mililani, HI 96789 Phone: (808) 628-2663 Fax: (808) 625-5888 Website: www.oceanic.com

ESPN Honolulu 1420/1500 Mike Kelly, General Manager Bobby Curran, Play-by-Play John Veneri, Color Analyst 900 Fort St., Suite 700 Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 536-3624 Fax: (808) 548-0608 Website: www.espn1420am.com

KGMB/KHNL (CBS/NBC) Mike Cherry, Sports Reporter 420 Waiakamilo Road, Suite 205 Honolulu, HI 96817 Phone: (808) 847-1112 Fax: (808) 847-3298 Website: www.hawaiinewsnow.com KHON (FOX) Rob DeMello, Sports Director 88 Piikoi St. Honolulu, HI 96814 Phone: (808) 591-4278 Fax: (808) 593-2418 Website: www.khon.com KITV (ABC) Robert Kekaula, Sports Director 801 South King St. Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 535-0440 Fax: (808) 536-8993 Website: www.kitv.com KFVE (K5-The Home Team) John Fink, General Manager 420 Waiakamilo Road, Suite 205 Honolulu, HI 96817 Phone: (808) 847-3246 Fax: (808) 845-3616 Website: www.k5thehometeam.com 6

NEIGHBOR ISLAND NEWSPAPERS The Garden Island (Kaua‘i) Richard Killeen, Sports Editor P.O. Box 231 Lihue, HI 96766 Phone: (808) 245-3681 Fax: (808) 245-5286 Website: www.thegardenisland.com

O‘AHU NEWSPAPERS HONOLULU STARADVERTISER DAILY Paul Arnett, Sports Editor Stephen Tsai, Football Beat Dave Reardon, Columnist Ferd Lewis, Columnist Jason Kaneshiro, Football Features Brian McInnis, Football Features Billy Hull, Football Features Seven Waterfront Plaza 500 Ala Moana Blvd., #210 Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 529-4782 Fax: (808) 529-4787 Website: www.staradvertiser.com KA LEO O HAWAI‘I Student Newspaper Joey Ramirez, Sports Editor University of Hawai‘i 1755 Pope Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822 Phone: (808) 956-3215 Fax: (808) 956-9962 Website: www.kaleo.org

Bobby Curran Play-by-Play

Hawai‘i Tribune Herald (Hawai‘i) Bill O’Rear, Sports Editor P.O. Box 767 Hilo, HI 96721 Phone: (808) 935-6621 Fax: (808) 961-3680 Website: www.hawaiitribune-herald.com West Hawai‘i Today (Hawai‘i) Joe Ferraro, Sports Editor P.O. Box 789 Kailua-Kona, HI 96745 Phone: (808) 329-9315 Fax: (808) 329-4860 Website: www.westhawaiitoday.com Maui News (Maui) Brad Sherman, Sports Editor P.O. Box 550 Wailuku, HI 96793 Phone: (808) 244-3981 Fax: (808) 242-9087 Website: www.mauinews.com

John Veneri Color Analyst

Felipe Ojastro Sideline

WIRE SERVICES ASSOCIATED PRESS Oskar Garcia, News Editor Seven Waterfront Plaza, #590 500 Ala Moana Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: (808) 536-5510 Fax: (808) 531-1213 Website: www.ap.org

NATIONAL TELEVISION Hawai‘i will make five appearances on national television during the regular season. The Rainbow Warriors open the season against USC on CBS Sports Network, the first of four appearances on the network. The team’s other appearance is on the Pac-12 Networks against Oregon State. Date Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

Opponent USC at Oregon St. at Utah St. at Navy San Diego St.

Network CBS Sports Network Pac-12 Networks CBS Sports Network CBS Sports Network CBS Sports Network

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HAWAIIAN AIRLINES FIELD AT ALOHA STADIUM

STADIUM MANAGEMENT

SCOTT CHAN

LOIS MANIN

Stadium Manager

Deputy Stadium Manager

QUICK FACTS Officially opened on Sept. 12, 1975 First football game played between University of Hawai‘i and Texas A&I on Sept. 13, 1975. Attendance: 32,247 Ownership: State of Hawai‘i Management: Stadium Authority, Department of Accounting and General Services Capacity: 50,000 (424 wheelchair seats on the lower concourse level) Size: 104 acres Location: 12 miles (20 minutes) from Waikiki, 2 miles from the Honolulu International Airport Parking: 8,000 stalls Main playing surface: UBU Speed Series S5-M The scoreboard is 154 feet long. The JumboTron is 19’ x 26’. Sitting in the highest seat in the stadium is as high as a 10-story building.

Overlooking the turquoise waters of Pearl Harbor lays the home of the University of Hawai‘i’s football team, Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium. The 50,000seat facility has been home to the state of Hawai‘i’s only Division I football team for the past 38 years. UH made its stadium debut on Sept. 13, 1975, against Texas A&I. Three seasons later, Hawai‘i played in front of its first sold-out crowd but lost the 1978 season-finale to USC, 21-5. Through the 1980s, fans swarmed to Aloha Stadium as the Rainbow Warriors consistently averaged more than 40,000 spectators per game. Nearly a halfmillion fans walked through the turnstiles in 1989, not including a sellout crowd in UH’s first postseason bowl game, a 33-13 loss to Michigan State in the Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl. The 1992 season, in which the Warriors claimed its first Western Athletic Conference Championship, was witnessed by an average of 44,432 fans per game. In 1999, Aloha Stadium became the venue for June Jones as he took over the helm of the Warrior football team and sparked the best turnaround in NCAA football history. The Warriors went on to appear in five Aloha Stadium bowl games under Jones and two more times under head coach Greg McMackin. Hawai‘i’s Showcase For more than 20 years, Aloha Stadium hosted the annual Aloha Bowl on Christmas Day. The O‘ahu Bowl was added in 1998 and created the nation’s first bowl doubleheader. Despite both bowls being moved away, Aloha Stadium now plays host to the annual Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl, which is slated for Dec. 24 this year. The Pro Bowl, which features the top athletes from the NFL, was held the first week of February from 1980-2009, and recently returned to Aloha Stadium in 2011, drawing thousands of fans to the 50th state. In addition, many big-name musicians have graced the Aloha Stadium stage in its 30-plus-year

history. Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, the Rolling Stones, the Eagles, Van Halen, Gloria Estefan, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, the Backstreet Boys, Celine Dion and U2 have all rocked the complex. High schools also take advantage of the state’s largest outdoor facility. The state’s football, baseball and soccer championships have been held on Aloha Stadium’s turf many times throughout the years. Many high schools even hold their commencement ceremonies there. The Stadium Prior to the 2011 season, the stadium installed UBU Speed Series S5-M turf, considered the newest generation of synthetic turf. Four spacious locker rooms, fitted with 100 lockers, are available for each team. Additionally, there are lounges, training rooms and team meeting rooms. Decorating the stadium’s loge section are two press boxes that seat nearly 200 members of the media, stadium officials and VIPs. In addition to traditional stadium refreshments, Aloha Stadium features an array of worldwide dishes to satisfy every taste bud. This includes Hawaiian, Mexican, Italian, Cajun, Japanese, Greek, Chinese, American and other cuisines at concession stands throughout the facility. Aloha Stadium also provides first-aid, lost and found, security and disability parking and seating. The box office is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A new LCD screen on the North scoreboard debuted in 2010, doubling the width of the old screen. Current ongoing construction projects include seat replacement, roof replacement, waterproofing and resurfacing, and reinforcement of the exterior beams.

UH ALL-TIME ATTENDANCE & RECORD AT ALOHA STADIUM Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

Record 6-3 3-6 5-4 6-3 5-4 6-2 6-2 5-3 4-3-1 6-3

Total 254,501 210,263 255,547 327,295 334,364 342,852 340,261 336,183 339,138 411,884

Avg. 28,278 23,363 28,394 36,366 37,152 42,857 42,533 42,023 42,392 45,765

Year 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Record 1-6-1 6-2 4-5 6-3 9-0-1 6-2 3-4 7-0 6-2 2-5-1

Total 359,042 359,242 385,556 401,864 445,348 331,041 304,148 311,022 326,454 306,989

Avg. 44,880 44,905 42,839 44,652 44,535 41,380 43,450 44,432 40,807 38,374

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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Record 3-4 2-6 3-5 0-8 5-4 3-5 6-2 7-1 6-1 7-1

Total 242,433 263,986 267,524 234,821 348,095 298,719 313,345 310,074 289,155 294,404

Avg. 34,633 32,998 33,441 29,353 38,677 37,340 39,168 38,759 41,308 36,801

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total Record

Record 3-4 7-1 7-0 5-3 4-3 6-2 4-3 3-3

Total 229,142 292,708 304,600 328,081 257,074 298,486 222,493 180,186 11,353,720 183-118-4

Avg. 32,735 36,588 43,514 41,010 36,725 37,311 31,785 30,031 37,225 .607

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SEASON OUTLOOK QUARTERBACKS

OFFENSIVE CAPSULE

RUNNING BACKS/FULLBACKS

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/17 Redshirts Returning: 4 Newcomers: 21

Starter Returning: Sean Schroeder Starter Lost: None Letterman Returning: Jeremy Higgins Redshirts: Taylor Graham, Ikaika Woolsey Newcomers: None

Starters Returning (7) OL Ben Clarke (6-3, 285, So)

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Passing Sean Schroeder Jeremy Higgins

Started all 12 games at C

WR Scott Harding (5-11, 200, Jr) 20 rec., 321 yds., 2 TDs

RB Joey Iosefa (6-0, 245, Jr) 125 rush., 463 yds., 1 TD, 3.7 avg.

OL Dave Lefotu (6-3, 305, Jr) Started 11 games at LG

OL Mike Milovale (6-3, 310, Sr) Started 9 games at RT, 2 at LG

QB Sean Schroeder (6-3, 200, Sr) 175-of-344, 1,878 yds., 11 TDs

WR Billy Ray Stutzmann (6-0, 185, Sr) Led team with 35 rec., 447 yds.

Starters Lost (4) TE Ryan Hall Led TE’s with 20 rec., 168 yds., 1 TD

WR Trevor Davis 17 rec., 235 yds., 2 TDs

OL Blake Muir Started all 12 games at LT

OL Chauncy Winchester-Makainai Started 5 games at both guard spots

Other Key Returnees/Newcomers QB Taylor Graham (6-5, 235, Jr) Transfer from Ohio State

WR Chris Gant (6-0, 185, Sr) 22 rec., 232 yds., 3 TDs

OL Sean Shigematsu (6-5, 290, Jr) Started 5 games at RT

TE Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson (6-4, 255, Sr) Converted defensive lineman

TE Clark Evans (6-4, 220, Sr) 9 rec., 137 yds., 1 TD, 15.2 avg.

2012 Offensive Rankings TEAM Scoring Offense (21.2) Passing Offense (188.8) Passing Efficiency (103.0) Rushing Offense (108.6) Total Offense (297.4) Sacks Allowed (3.33) Turnover Margin (-1.17) Offense Returning Category Rush Att. Rush Yds. Rush TDs Pass Att. Pass Comp. Pass Yds. Pass TDs Receptions Rec. Yds. Rec. TDs Total Offense Total TDs 8

Stat 439 1,303 12 398 206 2,266 12 206 2,266 12 3,569 31

MW T9 7 10 10 10 10 10

Return 192 288 3 395 205 2,263 12 76 1,327 7 2,551 14

NCAA T100 98 118 111 118 T112 T110

Pct. 43.7 22.1 25.0 99.2 99.5 99.9 100.0 36.9 58.6 58.3 71.5 45.2

G/S 12/11 6/1

Att-Comp 344-175 48-29

Yd TD/Int 1878 11/12 335 1/1

UH quarterbacks should be much improved in 2013 with one year of experience running Norm Chow’s proset offense. Starter Sean Schroeder returns as well as top backup Jeremy Higgins. Add to the mix Ohio State-transfer Taylor Graham, TAYLOR GRAHAM who sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules, and redshirt Ikaika Woolsey and the Rainbow Warriors have a solid group to lead the offense this season. Perhaps the biggest addition to the team was in the coaching ranks, where offensive coordinator Aaron Price will take over some of the play-calling and graduate assistant and former Utah quarterback Jordan Wynn will help coach the quarterbacks. Schroeder, a senior who spent two years at Duke, where they ran a similar offense, earned the starting job last spring and started 11 of 12 games, throwing for 1,878 yards and 11 touchdowns. However, he completed just over 50 percent of his throws and was picked off 12 times. The Laguna Niguel, Calif., native missed spring ball due to off-season back surgery which paved the way for Graham, a junior from Wheaton, Ill., who spent two years at Ohio State. Graham, whose father Kent was a former NFL quarterback, has the prototypical size (6-5) for Chow’s system and demonstrated his ability during the team’s annual spring game, throwing for 157 yards and three touchdowns in leading his team to victory. Ranked as the No. 14 quarterback in the country coming out of Wheaton High School, Graham redshirted his first year in Columbus and served as a back-up in 2011. Higgins, a senior from Honolulu, started one game last season and finished the year completing 60.4 percent of his passes for 335 yards and one score. In the spring game, Higgins threw for 153 yards and two touchdowns. He enters fall camp penciled in as the No. 2 quarterback with Schroeder. Woolsey, a redshirt freshman from Rodeo, Calif., will likely compete for a back-up spot.

Starter Returning: Joey Iosefa Starter Lost: None Letterman Returning: Justin Vele (FB) Others Returning: Dustin Elisara (FB), Marcus Langkilde, Jason Muraoka Redshirts: Samson Anguay, Steven Lakalaka Newcomers: Diocemy Saint Juste, Aofaga Wily

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Rushing Joey Iosefa

G/S 8/7

Att 125

Yd 498

YPC TD 3.7 1

Back for his third year holding down the running back position is Joey Iosefa. The junior from Pago Pago, American Samoa, has started 18 of 21 career games with 1,011 yards rushing and eight touchdowns. Last season, he split the load in UH’s two-back set and finished with 463 yards on the ground and 153 yards receiving. At 6-feet, 240 pounds, Iosefa also played fullback last season, which gave the Rainbow Warriors another threat in the backfield while teamed up along with a quicker and speedier back. Converted linebacker Justin Vele spent his first year at fullback last season. The sophomore from Honolulu was thrust into action after Dustin Elisara suffered a season-ending knee injury in the spring. Elisara, a junior from Kapolei, O‘ahu, returns to the lineup after a year of rehab. Redshirts Steven Lakalaka and Samson Anguay will push for playing time at running back. Lakalaka, a freshman from Honolulu, had an impressive spring and rushed for 43 yards and a touchdown in the “Warrior Bowl” intrasquad scrimmage. Anguay returns after suffering yet another knee injury which cost him his first two years with the Rainbow Warriors. Walk-ons Marcus Langkilde and Jason Muraoka both sat out last season after transferring from small colleges and were impressive enough to secure spots on the fall roster. Langkilde, a senior from Oxnard, Calif., transferred from Whittier College while Muraoka, a sophomore from Honolulu, came to UH by way of Franklin College in Indiana. Freshmen Diocemy Saint Juste and Aofaga Wily were gems of the 2013 recruiting class. Saint Juste, of Boynton Beach, Fla., rushed for 1,243 yards and 16 touchdowns at Santaluces High School. Wily was JOEY IOSEFA rated one of the state’s top recruits out of Kahuku High School and was a three-time all-state pick.

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SEASON OUTLOOK WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS Starters Returning: Scott Harding, Billy Ray Stutzmann Starters Lost: Trevor Davis, Ryan Hall (TE) Lettermen Returning: Cecil Doe, Craig Cofer (TE), Clark Evans (TE), Chris Gant, Harold Moleni (TE), Bubba Poueu-Luna, Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson (TE), Allen Sampson Others Returning: Duke Bukoski, Donnie King, Jr. Newcomers: Ammon Barker, Keelan Ewaliko, Vasquez Haynes, Keith Kirkwood, Josh Long (TE), Daniel Masifilo

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Receiving Joey Iosefa Chris Gant Scott Harding

G/S 10/7 11/3 12/8

Rec 35 22 20

Yd 447 232 321

YPR TD 12.8 0 10.5 3 16.0 2

Head coach Norm Chow brought in offensive coordinator Aaron Price to spread out the offense this season and that was evident during the spring game in which both teams combined to pass for more than 350 yards CHRIS GANT and five touchdowns. UH returns two starters in Scott Harding and Billy Ray Stutzmann while the star of the spring game Chris Gant also returns. For the second straight year, Stutzmann, a senior from Honolulu, led the team in receiving with 35 receptions for 447 yards. He has caught a pass in 23 consecutive games dating back to his freshman season. In his first full season as a starter, Harding, a junior from Brisbane, Australia, caught 20 passes for 321 yards and two touchdowns. However his biggest asset to the team is as punt returner, where he ranked among the nation’s leaders in return average. Gant, a senior from Long Beach, Calif., hauled in 22 catches for 232 yards last season. He shined in the spring game, where he reeled in five catches for 106 yards and two scores. Also returning is Allen Sampson, who missed last season due to a knee injury. The junior from Tampa, Fla., played his first two years at UH at both slot receiver and kickoff returner. Chow and the coaching staff went hard after receivers during the off-season and landed talented JUCO receiver Vasquez Haynes out of Blinn Junior College, freshmen Ammon Barker of Sandy, Utah, homegrown talent Keelan Ewaliko of Wailuku, Maui, and Keith Kirkwood of Neptune, N.J.

All will be given the opportunity to play right away, with Haynes the most likely contributor. The Houston, Texas, native played only one year at Blinn and has three years of eligibility remaining. The tight end position is loaded with four returnees – Craig Cofer, a senior from Livermore, Calif.; Clark Evans, a senior from Tustin, Calif.; Harold Moleni, a sophomore from West Valley City, Utah; and Jordan Pu‘uRobinson, a senior from Wailuku, Maui – and newcomer Josh Long, a junior from Norco, Calif., and Riverside City College. Cofer, Evans and Moleni all saw time in the starting lineup last season while Pu‘u-Robinson is a converted defensive lineman who played in two games last year before suffering a season-ending hand injury.

OFFENSIVE LINE Starters Returning: Ben Clarke, Dave Lefotu, Mike Milovale Starters Lost: Blake Muir, Chauncy WinchesterMakainai Lettermen Returning: Kody Afusia, Ben Dew, Frank Loyd, Jr., Sean Shigematsu Others Returning: Calen Friel, Brenden Urban Redshirts: Leo Koloamatangi, Kiha Sai Newcomers: David Griffin, RJ Hollis, Elijah Tupai, John Wa‘a, Sully Wiefels

CAREER STARTS Player David Lefotu Ben Clarke

GP 23 12

GS 18 12

Consec. Starts 11 12

Perhaps the biggest acquisition to the offensive line is on the coaching staff, where NFL veteran and Kahuku High School graduate Chris Naeole joined the staff in the spring. Naeole inherits a unit which surrendered 40 sacks last season and returns three starters and four other lettermen. Center Ben Clarke anchored the unit as a true freshman and earned honorable mention all-Mountain West honors. The sophomore from Littleton, Colo., was the team’s offensive MVP after starting all 12 games and allowing only two sacks all year. Also returning is Mike Milovale, a senior from Seaside, Calif., who made nine starts last season primarily at right tackle. He enters fall camp penciled in at left tackle. Dave Lefotu, a junior from Pearl City, O‘ahu, started 18 games at BEN CLARKE

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right guard during his first two seasons at UH. Sean Shigematsu, a junior from Kapa‘a, Kaua‘i, concluded spring as the No. 1 right tackle, where he started five games last season. Kody Afusia, a junior from Midway City, Calif., and Ben Dew, a sophomore from Auckland, New Zealand, will battle it out at left guard. Others returning are Frank Loyd, Jr., a junior from ‘Aiea, O‘ahu, and Brenden Urban, a sophomore from Littleton, Colo., along with redshirts Leo Koloamatangi, a freshman from East Palo Alto, Calif., and Kiha Sai, a freshman from Honolulu. Newcomers David Griffin, a junior from Tallahassee, Fla., RJ Hollis, a sophomore from Phoenix, Ariz., Elijah Tupai, a freshman from Taylorsville, Utah, John Wa‘a, a freshman from Hau‘ula, O‘ahu, and Sully Wiefels, a sophomore from Eagle, Idaho, will all compete for playing time.

SPECIAL TEAMS – RETURNERS Starter Returning: Scott Harding (PR) Starter Lost: Mike Edwards (KOR) Lettermen Returning: Chris Gant (KOR), Tony Grimes (PR)

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Kickoff Return Scott Harding

Ret 4

Yds 72

Avg 18.0

TDs 0

Punt Return Scott Harding

Ret 23

Yds 295

Avg 12.8

TDs 1

SPECIAL TEAMS STATS TEAM MW Kickoff Returns (25.7) 2 Punt-Return Average (13.4) 3

NCAA 9 15

The Rainbow Warriors will need to replace All-American kick returner Mike Edwards, who led the nation in return yards and scored three kickoff touchdowns. Among the leading candidates are SCOTT HARDING Chris Gant and Allen Sampson. Gant returned two kickoffs for a 28.0 average last season while Sampson saw some action as a returner during his first two seasons prior to sitting out last year due to a knee injury. In 17 career returns, Sampson has a 20.4 average. Scott Harding begins his third year handling punt-return duties. Last year, the Brisbane, Australia, native averaged 12.8 yards per return, which ranked 13th nationally, and took one for a score. 9


SEASON OUTLOOK DEFENSIVE LINE

DEFENSIVE CAPSULE Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 23/14 Redshirts Returning: 3 Newcomers: 17 Starters Returning (8) LB Brenden Daley (6-3, 250, Sr) 26 tkls., 1 INT

LB Jerrol Garcia-Williams (6-2, 215, So) 33 tkls., 3.0 TFL

DL Siasau Matagiese (6-2, 300, Sr)

Starters Returning: Siasau Matagiese, Beau Yap Starters Lost: Haku Correa, Paipai Falemalu Lettermen Returning: Ho‘oikaika Cavaco-Amoy, George Daily-Lyles, Marcus Malepeai, Moses Samia, Tavita Woodard Others Returning: Iuta Tepa Redshirts: Michael Andrade, Hunter Thomson Newcomers: Dejon Allen, Nick Childs, Penitito Faalologo, Meffy Koloamatangi, David Manoa, Kennedy Tulimasealii, Niko Uti

LINEBACKERS

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS

21 tkls., 2.0 TFL

DB John Hardy-Tuliau (5-11, 180, Sr) 42 tkls., 3.0 TFL, 7 PD, 3 INT

Defense Tavita Woodard Beau Yap

G/S 12/4 12/10

Tkl 38 37

TFL 5.5 10.5

Sck 5.5 3.0

DB Marrell Jackson (6-0, 185, So) Led team with 56 tkls., 5 PD, 2 FF

LB Art Laurel (6-0, 235, Sr) 51 tkls., 13.5 TFL, 4 sks., 1 FF

DB Ne’Quan Phillips (5-9, 185, So) 25 tkls., 2.0 TFL, 2 INT, 4 PD

DL Beau Yap (6-2, 260, Jr) 37 tkls., 10.5 TFL, 3 sks., 3 QBH

Starters Lost (3) DL Haku Correa 37 tkls., 3.5 TFL, 2.5 sks.

DB Mike Edwards H.M. All-America KR, 43 tkls., 17 PD, 3 KOR TDs

DL Paipai Falemalu 2nd team All-MW, 56 tkls., 10.0 TFL, 5 sks.

Key Returnees DL Tavita Woodard (6-4, 260, Sr) 38 tkls., 5.5 TFL, 1 INT, 3 PD, 3 QBH

DL Moses Samia (6-1, 300, So) Suffered season-ending injury vs. Lamar

DB Dee Maggitt (5-10, 170, Jr) 12 tkls., 3 PD

LB Kamalani Alo (6-2, 215, Sr) 36 tkls., 2 FF

LB TJ Taimatuia (6-3, 250, Jr) 33 tkls., 2.5 TFL, 2 PD

DB Tony Grimes (6-0, 175, Sr) 24 tkls., 1.0 TFL, 5 PD

2012 Defensive Rankings TEAM MW Scoring Defense (35.7) 10 Passing Defense (182.8) 3 Passing Eff. Defense (130.3) 3 Rushing Defense (190.2) 5 Total Defense (372.9) 4 Sacks (2.33) 4 Tackles For Loss (6.67) 3

NCAA T104 11 56 86 41 T38 31

Defense Returning Category Stat Tackles 806 TFL 80.0 Sacks 28.0 QB Hurries 17 Interceptions 9 PBU 48 Forced Fum. 11 Fumbles Rec. 10 Blocks 4

Pct. 69.7 70.0 64.3 82.4 77.8 58.3 63.6 60.0 100.0

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Return 562 56.0 18.0 14 7 28 7 6 4

man from San Mateo, Calif.; Meffy Koloamatangi, a freshman from East Palo Alto, Calif.; Penitito Faalologo, a freshman from Pago Pago, American Samoa; and Niko Uti, a junior from Kapolei, O‘ahu. Among that group, Tulimasealii is the most heralded earning first-team all-state honors three times out of Wai‘anae High and being selected to start in the Under Armour All-America game. Allen, a standout player out of Dominguez High in California, was among the top prospects in Los Angeles County.

Last season was a year to forget for a UH defensive line unit that suffered four seasonending injuries which left the group depleted for much of the year. Several key players return in 2013, including tackle Siasau TAVITA WOODARD Matagiese, a senior from Waimea, Kaua‘i, and end Tavita Woodard, a senior from Honolulu. Matagiese started eight games and missed one contest after suffering a neck injury which forced him to be carted off the field. Woodard earned honorable mention all-MW honors after recording 38 tackles and 5.5 sacks. Among the other notable returnees include end Beau Yap, a junior from Pearl City, O‘ahu, tackle Marcus Malepeai, a junior from Honolulu, and tackle Moses Samia, a junior from ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu, and one of four who were sidelined last season. Yap led all linemen with 10.5 tackles for loss along with three sacks. Malepeai saw time at both tackle and end while Samia started two games before suffering a torn ACL. Converted linebacker George Daily-Lyles enters his final season at a new position. The senior from Long Beach, Calif., made a smooth transition during the spring and wreaked havoc in the spring game with four sacks. Ho‘oikaika Cavaco-Amoy, a senior from Waimanalo, O‘ahu, also returns along with UCLA-transfer Iuta Tepa, a senior from Long Beach, Calif., who sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules. Redshirts Michael Andrade, a freshman from Kealakehe, Hawai‘i, and Hunter Thomson, a freshman from Waialua, O‘ahu will also compete for playing time. The Rainbow Warriors welcome eight freshmen and transfers – Kennedy Tulimasealii, a freshman from Wai‘anae, O‘ahu; Dejon Allen, a freshman from Compton, Calif.; David Manoa, a fresh-

Starters Returning: Brenden Daley, Jerrol GarciaWilliams, Art Laurel Starters Lost: None Lettermen Returning: Kamalani Alo, Benetton Fonua, TJ Taimatuia, Lance Williams Newcomers: Julian Gener, Tevita Lataimua, Drake Miller, Kawehi Sablan

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Defense Art Laurel Kamalani Alo TJ Taimatuia

G/S 11/11 12/3 12/4

Tkl 51 36 33

TFL 13.5 0.5 2.5

Sck 4.0 0.5 0.0

The linebacker corps is arguably the deepest position on the team with seven players returning who started at least one game last season. The unit, which did not lose any significant player, welcomes two junior-college standouts and one highly-rated freshman. Art Laurel, a senior from Wahiawā, O‘ahu, is the veteran of the group having made 21 starts over the last two seasons. He enters his final year with 122 career tackles and 13 sacks. Middle backer Brenden Daley, a senior from Moorpark, Calif., tallied 26 tackles while making five starts last season. Jerrol GarciaWilliams, a sophomore from Las Vegas, Nev., made seven starts as a true freshman and finished with 33 tackles. Also returning are Kamalani Alo, a senior from Hau‘ula, O‘ahu, Benetton Fonua, a sophomore from Kahuku, O‘ahu, TJ Taimatuia, a junior from Fagasa, American Samoa, and Lance Williams, a sophomore from Honolulu. All four made starts last season, including Alo, who recorded 36 tackles and two forced fumbles and Taimatuia, who had 33 tackles and two pass breakups. Among the newcomers include JUCOtransfers Julian Gener, a junior from West Covina, Calif., and Tevita Lataimua, a junior from San Bruno, Calif. JERROL GARCIA-WILLIAMS

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SEASON OUTLOOK Gener led Mt. SAC to the state championship game and was named the Central Conference’s defensive player of the year. Lataimua was a two-time allconference pick out of College of San Mateo. Freshman Drake Miller, of Bingham High School, was one of the top recruits from the state of Utah.

SECONDARY Starters Returning: John Hardy-Tuliau, Marrell Jackson, Ne’Quan Phillips Starter Lost: Mike Edwards Lettermen Returning: Kawika Borden, Charles Clay, Joshua Donovan, Tony Grimes, Dee Maggitt Others Returning: Dante Johnson, Ryan Pasoquen Redshirts: Brian Clay, Michael Martin Newcomers: Barry Higdon, Kwamane Bowens, Trayvon Henderson, Keahi Hogan, Damien Packer, Anthony Pierce

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Defense G/S Marrell Jackson 12/7 John Hardy-Tuliau 12/10

Tkl 56 42

INT 0 3

PBU 5 3

The good news for UH’s secondary entering 2013 is that three starters and four other lettermen return. The bad news is they must replace all-everything playmaker Mike Edwards, who declared for the NFL Draft. MARRELL JACKSON Senior John HardyTuliau returns for his fourth year with the Rainbow Warriors. The Temecula, Calif., native has 32 career starts under his belt with 164 tackles and six interceptions. The versatile defender has started at every position in the secondary and is a possible replacement for Edwards at cornerback. Marrell Jackson, a sophomore from Miramar, Fla., was the team’s leading tackler last season as a true freshman. Jackson tallied 56 tackles and five pass-breaks while making seven starts at free safety. Ne’Quan Phillips, a sophomore from Miami, Fla., made five starts at cornerback and had two interceptions. Fellow Floridian Tony Grimes, a senior from Davie, Fla., made four starts and recorded five pass breakups as the duo shared the position for much of the season. Dee Maggitt, a junior from Tacoma, Wash., exited spring ball as the starter at one cornerback spot. Maggitt has three career starts in two seasons at UH. Other returning lettermen include safety Charles Clay, a senior from Hilo, Hawai‘i, and

safety Joshua Donovan, a sophomore from Honolulu. Redshirts Brian Clay, a sophomore from Vacaville, Calif., and Ryan Pasoquen, a sophomore from Wahiawā, O‘ahu, will add to the competition in the secondary. Among the newcomers are freshmen Anthony Pierce of Mission Viejo, Calif., Barry Higdon of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Kwamane Bowens of Virginia Beach, Va., Trayvon Henderson of Sacramento, Calif.

SPECIAL TEAMS – KICKERS Starter Returning: Tyler Hadden (PK), Starters Lost: Alex Dunnachie (P), Luke Ingram (LS) Lettermen Returning: Scott Harding (P) Others Returning: Ceejay Santos (PK), Joe Uglietto (PK) Newcomers: Ruben Guzman (P)

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADER Placekicking Tyler Hadden

XP-A 29-29

FG-A 13-21

Pct 61.9

Long 49

Punting Scott Harding

No 15

Avg 34.7

I20 2

50+ 1

SPECIAL TEAMS STATS TEAM Net Punting (36.1)

MW 5

NCAA 73

UH’s kicking unit will undergo somewhat of a transformation after the loss of a four-year punter and four-year long snapper. Still the Rainbow Warriors return placekicker Tyler Hadden, who completed his first full season as the starter in 2012, converting 61.9 percent of his field-goal attempts and every PAT. The junior from Whittier, Calif., is completely healthy following off-season surgery which forced him to miss the spring. Riverside College-transfer Ruben Guzman was brought in to replace All-American punter Alex Dunnachie. The left-footed Guzman averaged 42.7 yards per punt last season at Riverside. Scott Harding assumed the punting duties during the team’s first three games last season, while Dunnachie served a suspension, and is available if necessary. The Warriors must also find a new long snapper with the departure of four-year starter Luke Ingram, who started and played in all 52 career games. Among the candidates include defensive end Beau Yap and center Kody Afusia.

SEASON NOTES UH returns 16 starters from a team which led the nation with the most first-time FBS starters (32), which included six true freshmen. Seven starters on offense return, including quarterback Sean Schroeder and leading receiver Billy Ray Stutzmann as well as the team’s MVP, center Ben Clarke. Eight starters on defense return, including leading tackler Marrell Jackson, the team’s top three linebackers – Art Laurel, Brenden Daley, and Jerrol Garcia-Williams – and top ends Beau Yap and Tavita Woodard. UH finished in the Top 15 nationally in three statistical categories – passing defense (11th), kickoff returns (9th), and punt returns (15th). UH was hampered with numerous injuries last season, including an NCAA-leading eight season-ending injuries – four on the defensive front. UH welcomes quarterback Taylor Graham to the quarterback rotation. Graham, the son of former NFL quarterback Kent Graham, sat out last season after transferring from Ohio State, where he spent two years as a back-up. He will battle it out with returning starter Sean Schroeder and back-up Jeremy Higgins, and redshirt Ikaika Woolsey. UH’s first five opponents – and eight total – played in bowl games a year ago.

2013 SCHEDULE Sept. 1 USC 5:00 pm Open season against USC for 5th time since 1999 Sept. 7 at Oregon State 5:00 pm PT Last time teams met was in 2008 (also in Corvallis) Sept. 21 at Nevada* 5:05 pm PT Teams open MW play for 2nd straight year Sept. 28 FRESNO STATE* 6:00 pm Bulldogs won 3 of last 4 in Honolulu, including 2009, ’11 Oct. 5 SAN JOSE STATE* First meeting as MW members

6:00 pm

Oct. 12 at UNLV* 5:05 pm PT UNLV has won 4 of last 5 games in Las Vegas Oct. 26 COLORADO STATE* (Homecoming) 6:00 pm UH lost last Homecoming game, snapping 10-game win streak Nov. 2 at Utah State* 2:00 pm MT UH won last meeting in Logan by 38 points Nov. 9 at Navy First-ever meeting in Annapolis

3:30 pm ET

Nov. 16 SAN DIEGO STATE* 5:30 pm UH won last two meetings at Aloha Stadium Nov. 23 at Wyoming* 12:05 pm MT First meeting since 1997; Cowboys won last 5 mtgs. Nov. 30 ARMY 6:00 pm Teams only meeting in Honolulu was in 2003

TYLER HADDEN

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ROSTERS NUMERICAL

ALPHABETICAL No 54 66 47 95 21 80 31 26 45 24 73 79 71 24 37 86 55 56 63 90 35 43 84 13 93 36 50 9 40 28 16 8 72 2 44 27 29 33 81 39 6 12 19 74 7 10 20 83 49 89 78 97 4 38 52 41 76 88 70 23 53 12

Name Kody Afusia Dejon Allen Kamalani Alo Mike Andrade Samson Anguay Ammon Barker Kawika Borden Kwamane Bowens Max Broman Duke Bukoski Ho‘oikaika Cavaco-Amoy Nick Childs Ben Clarke Brian Clay Charles Clay Craig Cofer George Daily-Lyles Brenden Daley Ben Dew Cecil Doe Joshua Donovan Dustin Elisara Clark Evans Keelan Ewaliko Penitito Faalologo Benetton Fonua Calen Friel Chris Gant Jerrol Garcia-Williams Julian Gener Josh Gist Taylor Graham David Griffin Tony Grimes Ruben Guzman Tyler Hadden Scott Harding John Hardy-Tuliau Vasquez Haynes Trayvon Henderson Barry Higdon Jeremy Higgins Keahi Hogan RJ Hollis Joey Iosefa Marrell Jackson Dante Johnson Marcus Kemp Donnie King, Jr. Keith Kirkwood Leo Koloamatangi Meffy Koloamatangi Steven Lakalaka Marcus Langkilde Tevita Lataimua Art Laurel Dave Lefotu Josh Long Frank Loyd Jr. Dee Maggitt Marcus Malepeai

Pos OL DL LB DL RB WR DB DB RB WR DL DL OL DB DB TE DL LB OL WR DB FB TE WR DL LB OL WR LB LB DB QB OL DB P PK WR DB WR DB DB QB DB OL RB DB DB WR WR WR OL DL RB RB LB LB OL TE OL DB DL

No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 16 17 19 19 20 20 21 22 23 24 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 33 34 35 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57

Name Ne’Quan Phillips Tony Grimes TJ Taimatuia Steven Lakalaka Billy Ray Stutzmann Barry Higdon Joey Iosefa Taylor Graham Chris Gant Marrell Jackson Tavita Woodard Jeremy Higgins Keelan Ewaliko Ikaika Woolsey Daniel Masifilo Josh Gist Lance Williams Sean Schroeder Keahi Hogan Allen Sampson Dante Johnson Samson Anguay Diocemy Saint Juste Dee Maggitt Duke Bukoski Brian Clay Anthony Pierce Kwamane Bowens Tyler Hadden Julian Gener Scott Harding Ryan Pasoquen Kawika Borden John Hardy-Tuliau Aofaga Wily Joshua Donovan Ceejay Santos Benetton Fonua Charles Clay Marcus Langkilde Trayvon Henderson Jerrol Garcia-Williams Art Laurel Jason Muraoka Dustin Elisara Damien Packer Ruben Guzman Max Broman Michael Martin Kamalani Alo Justin Vele Donnie King, Jr. Kawehi Sablan Calen Friel John Wa‘a Tevita Lataimua Marcus Malepeai Kody Afusia George Daily-Lyles Brenden Daley Kiha Sai

Pos DB DB LB RB WR DB RB QB WR DB DL QB WR QB WR DB LB QB DB WR DB RB RB DB WR DB DB DB PK LB WR DB DB DB RB DB PK LB DB RB DB LB LB RB FB DB P RB DB LB FB WR LB OL OL LB DL OL DL LB OL

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

Wt 185 175 250 240 185 190 245 235 185 185 260 200 175 210 200 190 220 200 175 155 185 170 180 170 195 180 160 175 180 235 200 190 200 180 215 190 205 245 200 235 190 215 235 185 270 195 190 210 195 215 245 155 220 320 310 230 275 310 255 250 305

Cl So Sr Jr Fr Sr Fr Jr Jr Sr So Sr Jr Fr Fr Sr Sr So Sr Jr Jr So So Fr Jr So So Fr Fr Jr Jr Jr So Jr Sr Fr So So So Sr Sr Fr So Sr So Jr Fr Jr Fr Jr Sr So Jr Sr So Fr Jr Jr Jr Sr Sr Fr

Exp 1L 1L 2L RS 3L HS 2L TR 1L 1L 2L 1L HS RS TR JC 1L 1L JC 2L SQ SQ HS 2L TR 1L HS HS 2L JC 2L SQ 1L 3L HS 1L TR 1L 2L TR HS 1L 3L TR SQ HS JC HS RS 3L 1L 1L JC SQ HS JC 2L 2L 3L 1L RS

Hometown/Last School Miami, FL (Southridge HS) Davie, FL (Arizona Western College) Fagasa, American Samoa (Artesia HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Punahou School) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Saint Louis School) Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Chaminade-Madonna Prep) Pago Pago, American Samoa (Fagaitua HS) Wheaton, IL (Ohio State) Long Beach, CA (Moorpark College) Miramar, FL (Miramar HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Eastern Arizona College) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Utah State) Wailuku, Maui (Baldwin HS) Rodeo, CA (Salesian HS) ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu (Arizona State) Tega Cay, SC (Greensboro College) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Farrington HS) Laguna Niguel, CA (Duke) Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu (Arizona) Tampa, FL (Plant HS) Suwanee, GA (North Gwinett HS) ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu (Campbell HS) Boynton Beach, FL (Santaluces HS) Tacoma, WA (Lakes HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Idaho State) Vacaville, CA (Will C. Wood HS) Mission Viejo, CA (Mission Viejo HS) Virginia Beach, VA (Salem HS) Whittier, CA (California HS) West Covina, CA (Mt. San Antonio College) Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (Anglican Church Grammar School)

Wahiawā, O‘ahu (Leilehua HS) Pearl City, O‘ahu (Pearl City HS) Temecula, CA (Vista Murrieta HS) Lā‘ie, O‘ahu (Kahuku HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Mid-Pacific Institute) Wailuku, Maui (Weber State) Kahuku, O‘ahu (Kahuku HS) Hilo, Hawai‘i (SMU) Oxnard, CA (Whittier College) Sacramento, CA (Grant Union HS) Las Vegas, NV (Palo Verde HS) Wahiawā, O‘ahu (Leilehua HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Franklin College) Kapolei, O‘ahu (Kapolei HS) Kea‘au, Hawai‘i (Kea‘au HS) Fontana, CA (Riverside City College) Draper, UT (Alta HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Mt. San Antonio College) Hau‘ula, O‘ahu (Kahuku HS) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Farrington HS) Kapolei, O‘ahu (Kapolei HS) Kailua, O‘ahu (Foothill JC) Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu (Kailua HS) Hau‘ula, O‘ahu (Kahuku HS) San Bruno, CA (College of San Mateo) Honolulu, O‘ahu (Radford HS) Midway City, CA (Ocean View HS) Long Beach, CA (Long Beach Poly HS) Moorpark, CA (Ventura JC) Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu (Kamehameha Schools-Kapālama)

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ROSTERS NUMERICAL No 58 59 63 65 66 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 99

Name Drake Miller Siasau Matagiese Ben Dew Elijah Tupai Dejon Allen Sean Shigematsu Brenden Urban Frank Loyd Jr. Ben Clarke David Griffin Ho‘oikaika Cavaco-Amoy RJ Hollis Sully Wiefels Dave Lefotu Mike Milovale Leo Koloamatangi Nick Childs Ammon Barker Vasquez Haynes Bubba Poueu-Luna Marcus Kemp Clark Evans Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson Craig Cofer Harold Moleni Josh Long Keith Kirkwood Cecil Doe Kennedy Tulimasealii Moses Samia Beau Yap Penitito Faalologo Hunter Thomson Mike Andrade David Manoa Meffy Koloamatangi Niko Uti Iuta Tepa Joe Uglietto

Pos LB DL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL DL WR WR WR WR TE TE TE TE TE WR WR DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL PK

Ht 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-2 5-11

Wt 220 300 305 255 270 290 295 285 285 315 255 285 290 305 310 275 295 200 200 175 185 220 255 260 255 240 200 210 280 300 260 250 245 310 220 220 255 250 170

Cl Fr Sr So Fr Fr Jr So Jr So Jr Sr So So Jr Sr Fr Jr Fr So Jr Fr Sr Sr Sr So Jr Fr Sr Fr Jr Jr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Jr Sr So

Exp HS 2L SQ HS HS 2L TR 2L 1L JC 3L JC JC 2L 1L RS TR HS JC 2L HS 1L 1L 2L 1L JC HS SQ HS 2L 2L HS RS RS HS HS JC TR TR

ALPHABETICAL Hometown/Last School South Jordan, UT (Bingham HS) Waimea, Kaua‘i (Portland State) Auckland, New Zealand (Word of Life) Taylorsville, UT (Cottonwood HS) Compton, CA (Dominguez HS) Kapa‘a, Kaua‘i (Kapa‘a HS) Littleton, CO (Adams State) ‘Aiea, O‘ahu (Moanalua HS) Littleton, CO (Chatfield HS) Tallahassee, FL (Mesa CC) Waimanalo, O‘ahu (Saint Louis School) Phoenix, AZ (Scottsdale CC) Eagle, ID (American River College) Pearl City, O‘ahu (Pearl City HS) Seaside, CA (Hartnell College) East Palo Alto, CA (Sacred Heart Prep) San Diego, CA (Avila University) Sandy, UT (Alta HS) Pearland, TX (Blinn College) Temecula, CA (Great Oak HS) Layton, UT (Layton HS) Tustin, CA (Cerritos College) Wailuku, Maui (Washington State) Livermore, CA (Grossmont College) West Valley City, UT (Hunter HS) Norco, CA (Riverside City College) Neptune, NJ (Neptune HS) Maple Grove, MN (N.D. State College of Science) Wai‘anae, O‘ahu (Wai‘anae HS) ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu (Saint Louis School) Pearl City, O‘ahu (Kamehameha Schools-Kapālama) Pago Pago, American Samoa (Fagaitua HS) Waialua, O‘ahu (Waialua HS) Kealakekua, Hawai‘i (Konawaena HS) San Mateo, CA (Aragon HS) East Palo Alto, CA (Woodside HS) Kapolei, O‘ahu (Snow College) Long Beach, CA (UCLA) Belmont, MA (Colgate)

No 96 46 16 59 58 77 87 42 43 30 1 25 82 85 49 57 22 91 20 35 19 68 5 3 99 94 90 65 99 69 98 48 51 75 17 34 11 15 92

Name David Manoa Michael Martin Daniel Masifilo Siasau Matagiese Drake Miller Mike Milovale Harold Moleni Jason Muraoka Damien Packer Ryan Pasoquen Ne’Quan Phillips Anthony Pierce Bubba Poueu-Luna Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson Kawehi Sablan Kiha Sai Diocemy Saint Juste Moses Samia Allen Sampson Ceejay Santos Sean Schroeder Sean Shigematsu Billy Ray Stutzmann TJ Taimatuia Iuta Tepa Hunter Thomson Kennedy Tulimasealii Elijah Tupai Joe Uglietto Brenden Urban Niko Uti Justin Vele John Wa‘a Sully Wiefels Lance Williams Aofaga Wily Tavita Woodard Ikaika Woolsey Beau Yap

Pos DL DB WR DL LB OL TE RB DB DB DB DB WR TE LB OL RB DL WR PK QB OL WR LB DL DL DL OL PK OL DL FB OL OL LB RB DL QB DL

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Norm Chow, 2nd season Offensive Coordinator (Wide Receivers/Quarterbacks): Aaron Price Defensive Coordinator (Linebackers): Thom Kaumeyer Special Teams Coordinator (Safeties): Chris Demarest Assistant Coach (Secondary): Daronte’ Jones Assistant Coach (Offensive Line): Chris Naeole Assistant Coach (Defensive Line): Lewis Powell Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator (Tight Ends): Philip Rauscher Assistant Coach (Linebackers): Tony Tuioti Assistant Coach (Running Backs): Chris Wiesehan Director of Player Personnel: Keith Uperesa Director of Football Administration: Brad Jones Strength & Conditioning Coordinator: Gary Beemer Video Coordinator: Dory Kong Executive Assistant: Lacey Lavarias Graduate Assistants: Luke Matthews, Richard Torres, Jordan Wynn, Jared Vanderbeek Interns: Lance Samuseva, Ed Ta‘amu

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GEOGRAPHICAL ROSTER/PRONUNCIATION CHART

GEOGRAPHICAL ROSTER HAWAI‘I (42) O‘ahu (34) ‘Aiea: Frank Loyd Jr. ‘Ewa Beach: Samson Anguay, Daniel Masifilo, Moses Samia Hau‘ula: Kamalani Alo, John Wa‘a Honolulu: Duke Bukoski, Joshua Donovan, Jeremy Higgins, Steven Lakalaka, Marcus Malepeai, Michael Martin, Jason Muraoka, Billy Ray Stutzmann, Justin Vele, Lance Williams, Tavita Woodard Kahuku: Benetton Fonua Kailua: Kawehi Sablan Kāne‘ohe: Calen Friel, Keahi Hogan, Kiha Sai Kapolei: Dustin Elisara, Donnie King, Jr., Niko Uti Lā‘ie: Aofaga Wily Pearl City: Kawika Borden, Dave Lefotu, Beau Yap Wahiawā: Art Laurel, Ryan Pasoquen Waialua: Hunter Thomson Wai‘anae: Kennedy Tulimasealii Waimanalo: Ho‘oikaika Cavaco-Amoy

PRONUNCIATION CHART (Alphabetical order)

Florida (7) Boynton Beach: Diocemy Saint Juste Davie: Tony Grimes Ft. Lauderdale: Barry Higdon Miami: Ne’Quan Phillips Miramar: Marrell Jackson Tallahassee: David Griffin Tampa: Allen Sampson

Georgia (1) Suwanee: Dante Johnson

Idaho (1)

Name

Pronunciation

Kody Afusia

ah-FOO-see-ah

Kamalani Alo

kah-mah-lah-knee, ah-low

Mike Andrade

on-drah-day

Samson Anguay

uhn-goo-eye

Ammon Barker

am-men (rhymes with salmon)

Kawika Borden

kah-VEE-kah

Duke Bukoski

boo-KO-ski

Ho‘oikaika Cavaco-Amoy ho-OH-EE-kye-kah

Eagle: Sully Wiefels

cah-vah-ko ah-moy

Illinois (1) Wheaton: Taylor Graham

Massachusetts (1) Belmont: Joe Uglietto

Hawai‘i (3)

Minnesota (1)

Hilo: Charles Clay Kea‘au: Damien Packer Kealakekua: Mike Andrade

Maple Grove: Cecil Doe

Cecil Doe

seh-sul

Dustin Elisara

ell-E-sah-rah

Keelan Ewaliko

eh-vah-LEE-ko

Penitito Faalologo

fah-ah-low-low-n-go

Benetton Fonua

FO-new-ah

Julian Gener

jener

John Hardy-Tuliau

too-lee-OW

Nevada (1)

Vasquez Haynes

vos-kez

Las Vegas: Jerrol Garcia-Williams

Keahi Hogan

kay-AH-hee

Kaua‘i (2) Kapa‘a: Sean Shigematsu Waimea: Siasau Matagiese

New Jersey (1)

Maui (3)

South Carolina (1)

Wailuku: Keelan Ewaliko, Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson, Ceejay Santos

Tega Cay: Josh Gist

Neptune: Keith Kirkwood

Texas (1)

Joey Iosefa

E-oh-seff-uh

Leo Koloamatangi

KO-low-ah-MAH-tungy

Meffy Koloamatangi

KO-low-ah-MAH-tungy

Steven Lakalaka

lah-kah-lah-kah

Marcus Langkilde

lang-KILL-dee

Tevita Lataimua

teh-VEE-tah

CONTINENTAL U.S. (52)

Pearland: Vasquez Haynes

Arizona (1)

Utah (5)

Art Laurel

lar-RELL

Layton: Marcus Kemp Sandy: Ammon Barker South Jordan: Drake Miller Taylorsville: Elijah Tupai West Valley City: Harold Moleni

Dave Lefotu

lay-fo-too

Dee Maggitt

MAH-jet

Phoenix: RJ Hollis

California (26) Compton: Dejon Allen East Palo Alto: Leo Koloamatangi, Meffy Koloamatangi Fontana: Ruben Guzman Laguna Niguel: Sean Schroeder Livermore: Craig Cofer Long Beach: George Daily-Lyles, Chris Gant, Iuta Tepa Midway City: Kody Afusia Mission Viejo: Anthony Pierce Moorpark: Brenden Daley Norco: Josh Long Oxnard: Marcus Langkilde Rodeo: Ikaika Woolsey Sacramento: Trayvon Henderson San Bruno: Tevita Lataimua San Diego: Nick Childs San Mateo: David Manoa Seaside: Mike Milovale Temecula: John Hardy-Tuliau, Bubba Poueu-Luna Tustin: Clark Evans Vacaville: Brian Clay West Covina: Julian Gener Whittier: Tyler Hadden

Colorado (2) Littleton: Ben Clarke, Brenden Urban

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Virginia (1) Virginia Beach: Kwamane Bowens

Washington (1) Tacoma: Dee Maggitt

AMERICAN SAMOA (3) Fagasa: TJ Taimatuia Pago Pago: Penitito Faalologo, Joey Iosefa

lah-TIE-MOO-ah

Marcus Malepeai

mah-lay-pay-I

Daniel Masifilo

mah-SEE-fee-low

Siasau Matagiese

see-ah-SOW, ma-tong-EE-es-eh

Mike Milovale

mee-low-VAH-lay

Harold Moleni

mow-lenny

Jason Muraoka

moo-rah-O-kah

Bubba Poueu-Luna

POO-ay-ooh lew-nah

Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson

POO-oo

Kawehi Sablan

kah-VEH-hee

Kiha Sai

key-huh

Moses Samia

sah-me-ah

AUSTRALIA (1)

Sean Schroeder

SHROW-der

Queensland (1) Brisbane: Scott Harding

Sean Shigematsu

shi-GAY-maht-su

TJ Taimatuia

tie-MAH-too-E-ah

NEW ZEALAND (1)

Iuta Tepa

e-utah tepa

Niko Uti

knee-ko ooh-T

Justin Vele

veh-lay

John Wa‘a

wah-ah

Sully Wiefels

WEE-fels

Aofaga Wily

ah-O-fung-ah

Ikaika Woolsey

E-kye-kah

Auckland: Ben Dew

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POST-SPRING DEPTH CHART

OFFENSE QB OR

RB Z F X LT LG C RG RT TE

8 TAYLOR GRAHAM 19 Sean Schroeder 12 Jeremy Higgins

7 JOEY IOSEFA 4 Steven Lakalaka

DEFENSE 6-5 6-3 6-1

235 Jr Wheaton, IL 200 Sr Laguna Niguel, CA 200 Jr Honolulu, O‘ahu

6-0 245 Jr Pago Pago, American Samoa 5-10 240 Fr Honolulu, O‘ahu

5 BILLY RAY STUTZMANN 6-0 24 Duke Bukoski 6-0

185 Sr Honolulu, O‘ahu 195 So Honolulu, O‘ahu

29 SCOTT HARDING 20 Allen Sampson

5-11 200 Jr Brisbane, Queensland 5-7 155 Jr Tampa, FL

9 CHRIS GANT 82 Bubba Poueu-Luna

6-0 185 Sr Long Beach, CA 5-11 175 Jr Temecula, CA

77 MIKE MILOVALE 78 Leo Koloamatangi

6-3 6-5

310 Sr Seaside, CA 275 Fr East Palo Alto, CA

54 KODY AFUSIA 63 Ben Dew

6-2 6-3

310 Jr Midway City, CA 305 So Auckland, New Zealand

71 BEN CLARKE 69 Brenden Urban

6-3 6-1

285 So Littleton, CO 295 So Littleton, CO

76 DAVE LEFOTU 70 Frank Loyd, Jr.

6-3 6-3

305 Jr Pearl City, O‘ahu 285 Jr ‘Aiea, O‘ahu

68 SEAN SHIGEMATSU 72 David Griffin

6-5 6-6

290 Jr Kapa‘a, Kaua‘i 315 Jr Tallahassee, FL

85 JORDAN PU‘U-ROBINSON 6-4 87 Harold Moleni 6-2

255 Sr Wailuku, Maui 255 So West Valley City, UT

DE DT DT DE

11 TAVITA WOODARD 99 Iuta Tepa

6-4 6-2

260 Sr Honolulu, O‘ahu 250 Sr Long Beach, CA

59 SIASAU MATAGIESE 53 Marcus Malepeai

6-2 6-1

300 Sr Waimea, Kaua‘i 275 Jr Honolulu, O‘ahu

91 MOSES SAMIA 90 Kennedy Tulimasealii

6-1 6-1

300 Jr ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu 280 Fr Wai‘anae, O‘ahu

92 BEAU YAP 73 Ho‘oikaika Cavaco-Amoy

6-2 6-2

260 Jr Pearl City, O‘ahu 255 Sr Waimanalo, O‘ahu

WILL 41 ART LAUREL 28 Julian Gener

MIKE 56 BRENDEN DALEY 47 Kamalani Alo

6-0 235 Sr Wahiawā, O‘ahu 5-11 235 Jr West Covina, CA

6-3 6-2

SAM 40 JERROL GARCIA-WILLIAMS 6-2 3 TJ Taimatuia

SS FS CB CB

6-3

250 Sr Moorpark, CA 215 Sr Hau‘ula, O‘ahu

215 So Las Vegas, NV 250 Jr Fagasa, American Samoa

33 JOHN HARDY-TULIAU 37 Charles Clay

5-11 180 Sr Temecula, CA 5-11 200 Sr Hilo, Hawai‘i

10 MARRELL JACKSON 31 Kawika Borden

6-0 6-1

23 DEE MAGGITT 2 Tony Grimes

5-10 170 Jr Tacoma, WA 6-0 175 Sr Davie, FL

1 NE’QUAN PHILLIPS 25 Anthony Pierce

5-9 5-9

185 So Miramar, FL 200 Jr Pearl City, O‘ahu

185 So Miami, FL 160 Fr Mission Viejo, CA

SPECIALISTS KOR PR PK

9 CHRIS GANT 20 Allen Sampson

6-0 5-7

185 Sr Long Beach, CA 155 Jr Tampa, FL

29 SCOTT HARDING 20 Allen Sampson

5-11 200 Jr Brisbane, Queensland 5-7 155 Jr Tampa, FL

27 TYLER HADDEN 99 Joe Uglietto

5-11 180 Jr Whittier, CA 5-11 170 So Belmont, MA

P H LS

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44 RUBEN GUZMAN 29 Scott Harding

5-9 190 Jr Fontana, CA 5-11 200 Jr Brisbane, Queensland

15 IKAIKA WOOLSEY 29 Scott Harding

6-1 210 Fr Rodeo, CA 5-11 200 Jr Brisbane, Queensland

92 BEAU YAP 54 Kody Afusia

6-2 6-2

260 Jr Pearl City, O‘ahu 310 Jr Midway City, CA

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HEAD COACH NORM CHOW

NORM N

CHOW C H Head Coach 2nd Season 2

W nearly 40 years of expeWith rrience as an assistant coach at both the collegiate and professional ranks, Norm Chow spent the 2012 season as a head skipper for the first time in his career. Chow and his Hawai‘i Warriors were faced with a daunting schedule that included road games at USC and Brigham Young — two former stomping grounds for Chow — which led to a 3-9 finish in the program’s first season in the Mountain West. Statistics aside, Chow spent his inaugural season instilling discipline and a new offense to a program which at one time appeared in eight bowls during a 12-year span. UH switched from the Run-and-Shoot offense to a more conventional Pro-Set offense, which Chow has mastered and become known as one of the top offensive minds in the country. Chow, a Punahou School alum and Palolo Valley native, was named the program’s 22nd head coach, Dec. 22, 2011, succeeding Greg McMackin who retired after four seasons as head coach of the Warriors. Chow also became the first Asian-American head coach of a major college football program. His long coaching resume includes 39 years of experience collegiately and in the National Football League. Among his 36 years as a collegiate coach, Chow spent 27 years at BYU, one year at North Carolina State, four years at USC, three years at UCLA and one year at his alma mater, Utah. Chow also spent three years as offensive coordinator for the NFL’s Tennessee Titans.

THE NORM CHOW FILE PERSONAL Years at UH: 2nd season Hometown: Honolulu, O‘ahu Family: Wife Diane; sons Carter, Cameron, Chandler; daughter Maile; five grandchildren.

EDUCATION Utah, 1968, Bachelor of Arts in health, physical education and recreation Utah, 1970, Master’s in health, physical education and recreation/special education Brigham Young, 1979, Ed.D. in educational psychology

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Utah, 1965-67, Offensive guard Saskatchewan Rough Riders (CFL), 1968

COACHING RESUME Years 20122011 2008-10 2005-07 2001-04 2000 1996-99 1990-95

School/Team Hawai‘i Utah UCLA Tennessee Titans USC North Carolina State Brigham Young Brigham Young

1982-89 1976-81 1973-75 1970-72

Brigham Young Brigham Young Brigham Young Waialua HS

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Position Head Coach Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Asst. Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator Assistant Head Coach/Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator Graduate Assistant Head Coach

Prior to arrival in Mānoa, Chow was the offensive coordinator at Utah, where he led the Utes to a runner-up finish in the Pac-12 South Division in 2011 and a 30-27 victory over Georgia Tech in the Sun Bowl. Known as an offensive mastermind, success has followed Chow where ever he’s been. A three-time national Assistant Coach of the Year, Chow has served as offensive coordinator for three national championship teams (Brigham Young-1984 and USC-2003 and ’04) and has tutored three Heisman Trophy winners (Ty Detmer-BYU, Carson Palmer-USC and Matt Leinart-USC) and six NFL first-round draft picks (Palmer, Leinart, Philip Rivers-N.C. State, Steve Young-BYU, Jim McMahon-BYU and Marc Wilson-BYU). Chow began his coaching career as head coach at Waialua High School on the North Shore of O‘ahu from 1970-72. He then began a 27-year stint at BYU, where he served in a variety of positions, including assistant head coach, offensive coordinator, co-offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach, receivers coach and recruiting coordinator. Working under legendary head coach LaVell Edwards, Chow called the offensive plays at BYU from 1982-99. During his tenure at BYU, the Cougars posted a 244-91-3 record and appeared in 23 bowl games, and he coached 21 offensive players who earned All-America honors. Brigham Young ranked in the nation’s Top 10 in total offense in 12 of Chow’s 18 years as offensive coordinator. Chow then spent one year as offensive coordinator at North Carolina State in 2000, where he coached NFL first-round draft pick Philip Rivers to Freshman All-American honors before moving to USC, where he was part of two national championship teams in four seasons and coached Heisman Trophy winners Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart. Palmer, the first overall pick of the 2003 NFL Draft, left the school as the Pac-10’s career leader in passing yards and total offense. Leinart was a two-time first team All-American who was also named the Walter Camp Player of the Year in 2004. After a successful stint at USC, Chow then took his talents to the NFL as the offensive coordinator at Tennessee where he tutored quarterback Vince Young and helped the Titans earn a spot in the NFL playoffs and finish the regular season with a record of 10-6. In 2006, Young, a rookie quarterback from Texas, took over the offense during the fourth week of the season. He led the team to an 8-5 record, earned Rookie of the Year honors (only the second quarterback to win AP Offensive Rookie of the Year) and became the first rookie quarterback to play in the Pro Bowl. In 2005, Chow adapted to the pro game with ease despite an offense that relied on a youthful cast of players and encountered numerous inju-

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HEAD COACH NORM CHOW ries. Tennessee ranked ninth in the NFL in passing and ranked 17th overall in offense. The group of rookie receivers (WR Brandon Jones, WR Roydell Williams, WR Courtney Roby and TE Bo Scaife) became the first quartet of rookie receivers since the 1968 Buffalo Bills to each record at least 20 receptions in a season. Scaife would also establish a new rookie tight end franchise mark for receptions with 37. Chow moved back to the collegiate ranks as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at UCLA for three seasons before becoming offensive coordinator and tight ends coach at Utah at the start of the 2011 season. At UCLA, Kevin Prince enjoyed one of the top seasons ever by a Bruin freshman quarterback, ranking second in pass completions, passing yards and total offense. In 2008, quarterback Kevin Craft completed 232 passes, the second-highest total in school history. Chow, the recipient of the 2002 Broyles Award as the nation’s top assistant coach, has a coached eight of c COACHING HIGHLIGHTS the t top 14 NCAA career passing c Part of three National Championship teams – Brigham Young (1984) efficiency leaders e – USC (2003, ’04) and a 13 of the top Mentored three Heisman Trophy Winners 30 3 single-season – Ty Detmer, Brigham Young (1990) passing yardage p – Carson Palmer, USC (2002) leaders. Chow l – Matt Leinart, USC (2004) has h also received Member of 30 bowl teams National Assistant N Coached six NFL first-round draft-pick quarterCoach of the Year C backs – Carson Palmer (USC), Matt Leinart (USC), Philip Rivers (NC State), Steve Young (BYU), Jim honors by the h McMahon (BYU), Marc Wilson (BYU) American Football A Coached one NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback – Foundation F Steve Young in i 1999 and Athlon in 1993, A and a was named AWARDS AND HONORS NCAA Division N 2002 Broyles Award (Nation’s top assistant coach) I-A I Offensive Coached eight of the top 14 NCAA career Coordinator of the C passing-efficiency leaders Year Y by American Coached 13 of the top 30 single-season passing Football Monthly in F yardage leaders 1996 and 2002. 1999 National Assistant Coach of the Year by the Chow and his American Football Foundation w wife Diane, have 1993 National Assistant Coach of the Year by Athlon in 1993 tthree sons, Carter, NCAA Division I-A Offensive Coordinator of the C Cameron, and Year by American Football Monthly in 1996 and 2002 C Chandler, one Selected to Utah’s All-Century Team as an ofddaughter, Maile, and fensive lineman ffive grandchildren.

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD AS HEAD COACH Season Team 2012 Hawai‘i (MW)

Overall Conf. W-L Finish 3-9 T-9th

Bowl/Playoffs None

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD AS ASSISTANT COACH Overall Conf. Season Team W-L Finish 2011 Utah (Pac-12) 8-5 T-3rd 2010 UCLA (Pac-10) 4-8 9th 2009 UCLA (Pac-10) 7-6 8th 2008 UCLA (Pac-10) 4-8 8th 2007 Tennessee Titans (NFL) 10-6 3rd 2006 Tennessee Titans (NFL) 8-8 2nd 2005 Tennessee Titans (NFL) 4-12 3rd 2004 USC (Pac-10) 13-0^ 1st 2003 USC (Pac-10) 12-1* 1st 2002 USC (Pac-10) 11-2 T-1st 2001 USC (Pac-10) 6-6 5th 2000 North Carolina State (ACC) 8-4 5th 1999 Brigham Young (MW) 8-4 T-1st 1998 Brigham Young (WAC) 9-5 2nd 1997 Brigham Young (WAC) 6-5 5th 1996 Brigham Young (WAC) 14-1 1st 1995 Brigham Young (WAC) 7-4 T-1st 1994 Brigham Young (WAC) 10-3 T-2nd 1993 Brigham Young (WAC) 6-6 T-1st 1992 Brigham Young (WAC) 8-5 T-1st 1991 Brigham Young (WAC) 8-3-2 1st 1990 Brigham Young (WAC) 10-3 1st 1989 Brigham Young (WAC) 10-3 1st 1988 Brigham Young (WAC) 9-4 T-3rd 1987 Brigham Young (WAC) 9-4 2nd 1986 Brigham Young (WAC) 8-5 2nd 1985 Brigham Young (WAC) 11-3 1st 1984 Brigham Young (WAC) 13-0* 1st 1983 Brigham Young (WAC) 11-1 1st 1982 Brigham Young (WAC) 8-4 1st 1981 Brigham Young (WAC) 11-2 1st 1980 Brigham Young (WAC) 12-1 1st 1979 Brigham Young (WAC) 11-1 1st 1978 Brigham Young (WAC) 9-4 1st 1977 Brigham Young (WAC) 9-2 T-1st 1976 Brigham Young (WAC) 9-3 T-1st 1975 Brigham Young (WAC) 6-5 T-4th 1974 Brigham Young (WAC) 7-4-1 1st 1973 Brigham Young (WAC) 5-6 T-4th * denotes National Championship season

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Bowl/Playoffs Sun Bowl None EagleBank Bowl None Wildcard Playoffs None None Orange Bowl Rose Bowl Orange Bowl Las Vegas Bowl MicronPC.com Bowl Motor City Bowl Liberty Bowl None Cotton Bowl None Copper Bowl Holiday Bowl Aloha Bowl Holiday Bowl Holiday Bowl Holiday Bowl Freedom Bowl All-American Bowl Freedom Bowl Citrus Bowl Holiday Bowl Holiday Bowl Holiday Bowl Holiday Bowl Holiday Bowl Holiday Bowl Holiday Bowl None Tangerine Bowl None Fiesta Bowl None

^ denotes BCS National Championship vacated

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AARON A

TTHOM

PRICE P

KAUMEYER K

O Offensive Coordinator 1st Season 1

D Defensive Coordinator 2nd Season 2

Receivers

PRICE’S FILE

A i jjoins i th i b Aaron P Price the R Rainbow Warrior coaching staff as offensive coordinator in addition to handling PERSONAL the wide receivers for the 2013 season. Years at UH: 1st season Price comes to UH after spendHometown: Pullman, Wash. ing the past nine seasons at UTEP, Alma Mater: Washington State (1994) where his father Mike Price was head coach. From 2004-06, he was quarPLAYING EXPERIENCE terbacks and kickers coach and moved 1994, Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) over to wide receivers and kickers 1991-93, Washington State coach in 2007. Since 2008, he has served as offensive coordinator, quarCOACHING EXPERIENCE terbacks and kickers coach. 2013: Hawai‘i As offensive coordinator, the Assistant (Offensive Coordinator) Miners averaged 388.9 yards per game 2008-12: UTEP including a 426.8 average during the Assistant (Offensive Coordinator) 2009 season. UTEP went on to play 2007: UTEP in the 2010 New Mexico Bowl. Assistant (WRs/Kickers) Price’s first quarterback protégé, 2004-06: UTEP Trevor Vittatoe, ended his career as Assistant (Quarterbacks/Kickers) 2001-02: Washington State UTEP’s all-time passing and total Assistant (Quarterbacks) offense leader, setting a school record 1999-2000: Idaho State for touchdown passes (33 in 2008), Assistant (Quarterbacks/Kickers) while establishing a single-game 1998: Missouri Western State standard by throwing for 517 yards Assistant (Quarterbacks/Kickers) versus Marshall in 2009. He finished 1995-97: Washington State his career atop the school record book Graduate Assistant with 12,439 passing yards, 97 passing 1994: Cal Poly touchdowns, 12,291 yards of total Assistant (Special Teams) offense and 98 touchdowns responsible for. He concluded his career rated 14th in NCAA history in passing yards and 15th in passing TDs. Vittatoe is the only player in school history to throw for 400 yards in four games, and to pass for five touchdowns on four occasions. He is also the lone signalcaller to pass for 3,000 yards in three separate seasons. In addition to coaching the quarterbacks, Price, a former kicker himself, tutored Jose Martinez, who staked his claim as one of the greatest kickers in NCAA history by nailing a 64-yard field goal against UCF in 2008. Martinez was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award after becoming UTEP’s first-ever finalist for the honor in 2007. As quarterbacks and kickers coach from 2004-06, Price was instrumental in the development of record-setting performers Jordan Palmer and Reagan Schneider. Palmer threw for a school-record 3,595 yards in 2006, ranking sixth nationally in total offense (292.4 ypg) and 15th in passing efficiency (149.60). Palmer was selected by Washington in the sixth round of the 2007 NFL Draft. Schneider is the Miner all-time leader for kicking scoring (287 points), field goals (50) and PATs (137). He earned first-team all-Conference USA accolades in 2006. Schneider was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award as a junior and senior. Prior to UTEP, Price was the quarterbacks coach at Washington State from 2001-02, where his father was head coach from 1989-2002. He was also a graduate assistant at WSU from 1995-97, working with the punters, kickers and quarterbacks. Price spent two seasons at Idaho State (1999-2000), coaching the quarterbacks and kickers. Earlier in his career he was the special teams coach at Cal Poly (1994) and the quarterbacks/kickers coach at Missouri Western State (1998). As a player at WSU, Price was the team’s primary kicker for two years (199293). He hit three field goals against Arizona as a junior, including a 51-yarder and the game-winner from 47 yards with 31 seconds remaining. He also made a 22-yarder to beat Utah in the Copper Bowl, and a career-long 52-yarder versus Temple. In just three seasons at Washington State, he scored 147 points. He was 57-for-59 on PATs and 30-for-50 on field-goal tries. Following his collegiate playing career, Price saw brief action with Edmonton of the CFL and Sacramento of the World League in 1994. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from WSU in 1994 and has a family with his wife Diamond. 18

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KAUMEYER’S FILE

I his hi first fi t season as defensive d f i coordiIn nator, Thom Kaumeyer reshaped the Hawai‘i defense. Despite a 3-9 record, PERSONAL the Rainbow Warriors ranked among Years at UH: 2nd season the Top 10 nationally in passing defense Hometown: Encinitas, Calif. (11th), allowing 182.8 yards per game Alma Mater: Regents (1993) and finishing 41st in total defense (372.9), their highest ranking since PLAYING EXPERIENCE 2007. 1991-93: New York Giants (NFL) Kaumeyer came to UH with more 1989-90: Seattle (NFL) than 20 years of combined collegiate and 1989: Los Angeles (NFL) professional football coaching experi1987-88: Oregon ence, most recently four seasons at the 1985-86: Palomar NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. His previous collegiate experience included defensive COACHING EXPERIENCE coordinator at Tulane and defensive 2012: Hawai‘i coordinator and defensive backs coach at Assistant (Defensive Coordinator) San Diego State. He also spent two sea2008-11: Jacksonville (NFL) sons as defensive quality control coach Assistant (Asst. Defensive Backs) with the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. 2007: Tulane The Encinitas, Calif., native Assistant (Defensive Coordinator) coached at Jacksonville, where he assisted 2002-06: San Diego State with the defensive backs from 2008-11. Assistant (Defensive Coordinator/DBs) While there, he directed the develop2000-01: Atlanta (NFL) ment of 2009 draft pick Derek Cox, Defensive Quality Control who led the team in interceptions in 1998-2000: Palomar each of his first two seasons. The Jaguars Assistant (Defensive Coordinator/ improved defensively from 28th in 2010 Special Teams) to sixth in 2011, the second-largest 1995-96: Onward Kashiyama, Ltd. improvement in the NFL, and improved Head Coach in nearly every statistical category from 1991-94: Palomar the previous season. The 2011 defense Assistant Coach allowed 313.0 yards per game, the fewest since 2006. After spending one season at Tulane, Kaumeyer joined Rich Brooks’ Kentucky Wildcats for a few weeks before taking the position at Jacksonville. In his one season at Tulane, Kaumeyer helped turn around the Green Wave defense, improving their national ranking in scoring defense, total defense and rushing defense from the previous season. From 2002-06, Kaumeyer was the defensive coordinator at San Diego State, where the Aztecs produced one of the best defenses in the Mountain West Conference. During his first year with SDSU, he orchestrated the biggest defensive improvement in the country from 95th in 2002 to eighth in ’03. In 2004, the Aztecs ranked in the Top 50 nationally in three team defensive categories and finished second in the MWC in red-zone defense each of the last two seasons. Prior to SDSU, Kaumeyer spent two seasons on the Atlanta Falcons staff (200001), serving in all facets of the defensive game plan as the assistant secondary coach. Previously, Kaumeyer worked at Palomar College as both defensive coordinator and special teams coach from 1998-2000. It was his second stint at Palomar and in between, spent two years in Tokyo, Japan, where he was the head coach and oversaw football operations for Onward Kashiyama, Ltd., in 1995 and ’96. His first stint at Palomar began in 1991, where he would gradually work his way up to the head coach position in his final season of 1994. Kaumeyer led the Comets to a record of 8-3 and ranked No. 18 nationally by JC Grid-Wire. As a player, Kaumeyer was an All-American safety at Palomar before transferring to the University of Oregon, where he played two seasons and earned all-Pac-10 honors. As a safety, Kaumeyer was drafted by the L.A. Rams in 1989 and also played with Seattle (1989-90) and the New York Giants (1991-93). He received his bachelor’s degree in American studies from Regents University in Albany, N.Y., in 1993, and later earned a master’s degree in education at Azusa Pacific in 1998. Kaumeyer resides in Honolulu.

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CHRIS C

DARONTE’ D

DEMAREST D S Special Teams Coordinator 2nd Season 2

JJONES S Secondary 2 2nd Season

Safeties

DEMAREST’S FILE

H i‘i’ special Hawai‘i’s i l teams unit i had h perhaps one of its best seasons in school history in 2012 under firstPERSONAL year position coach Chris Demarest. Years at UH: 2nd season UH finished ninth nationally Hometown: Keyport, N.J. in kickoff returns and 11th in punt Alma Mater: Northeastern (1988) returns while kickoff returner Mike Edwards was a finalist for the Jett PLAYING EXPERIENCE Award as the nation’s top returner. 1988, Washington Redskins (NFL) In addition, punter Alex Dunnachie 1983-87, Northeastern was an honorable mention AllAmerican by SI.com after rankCOACHING EXPERIENCE ing fourth nationally with a 46.2 2012-: Hawai‘i average and punt returner Scott Assistant (Special Teams Coordinator/ Harding was 13th nationally with Safeties) a 12.8 average. Long snapper Luke 2011: East Stroudsburg Ingram concluded a brilliant fourAssistant (Defensive Backs & Special year career by earning a free-agent Teams Coordinator) deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers. 2010: Tiffin Demarest, who also coaches the Assistant (Defensive Coordinator/ safeties, coordinates UH’s summer Associate Head Coach) football camps and coaching clinics. 2009: Hudson Catholic Regional HS Prior to UH, Demarest Head Coach/Athletics Director coached at East Stroudsburg 2004-08: Rutgers University in Pennsylvania where Assistant (Secondary/Assistant Head he coached the special teams and Coach) secondary in 2011. It was his second 2000-03: North Carolina State stint with the Warriors after also Assistant (Secondary) coaching ESU’s secondary in 1993. 1998-99: Florida State In 2010, Demarest was the Assistant (Cornerbacks) defensive coordinator and associate 1995-97: Lehigh head coach at Tiffin University in Assistant (Secondary) Ohio. Prior to that, he was the head 1994: Millersville football coach and athletics director Assistant (Secondary) at Hudson Catholic Regional High 1993: East Stroudsburg School in Jersey City, N.J., in 2009. Assistant (Secondary) Demarest spent five seasons at 1991-92: Northeastern Rutgers University (2004-08) and Assistant (Defensive Line) coached the nation’s second-ranked 1990: East Carolina pass defense in 2007 and the sixthVolunteer Assistant ranked pass defense in 2006. 1989: Rutgers Prior to Rutgers, Demarest Graduate Assistant coached the secondary at North Carolina State from 2000-03, where he helped the Wolfpack to a Top 20 pass defense in 2002. It was there where Demarest coached with current UH head coach Norm Chow, who served as offensive coordinator in 2000. Demarest coached the cornerbacks at Florida State from 1998-99 and was part of the school’s national championship team that went undefeated during the 1999 season. In his first season with the Seminoles in 1998, Demarest guided the nation’s No. 1-ranked pass defense. In his two seasons with FSU, the Seminoles competed in the Fiesta and Sugar bowls. Demarest served as secondary coach at Lehigh (1995-97), where he was part of the 1995 Patriot League Championship team. He also served as secondary coach at Millersville (1994) and also at Northeastern (1991-92). He volunteered as an assistant at East Carolina (1990) and also acted as a graduate assistant at Rutgers in 1989. In all, Demarest has been a part of nine bowl teams during his coaching tenure. He has coached 17 players who went on to play in the NFL, including two Pro Bowlers and one Super Bowl Most Valuable Player (Dexter Jackson). The 1988 graduate of Northeastern was first-team All-New England and I-AA honorable mention All-America after leading the nation with 11 interceptions in 1987. He was a four-year letterman at defensive back and went on to sign as a free agent with the Washington Redskins in 1988. Demarest has one daughter, Junelle, and two sons, Dante and Christopher.

JONES’ FILE

U d D Under Daronte’’ JJones’’ tutelage, l the Hawai‘i secondary was one of the nation’s best in 2012. PERSONAL With the help of all-Mountain Years at UH: 2nd season West cornerback Mike Edwards, Hometown: Capital Heights, Md. the Rainbow Warriors ranked 11th Alma Mater: Morgan State (2001) nationally, allowing 182.8 yards per game. The team returns nearly its PLAYING EXPERIENCE entire secondary in 2013, including 1996, Temple cornerbacks Ne’Quan Phillips, Tony 1997-2001, Morgan State Grimes and Dee Maggitt and safeties John Hardy-Tuliau and Marrell COACHING EXPERIENCE Jackson, all of whom saw time in the 2012-: Hawai‘i starting lineup last season. Assistant (Secondary) Jones joined the Warrior staff 2011: Montreal (CFL) after a one-year stint as defensive Assistant (Defensive Backs) backs coach with Montreal of the 2010: UCLA Canadian Football League. He Graduate Assistant (Cornerbacks) helped the Alouettes finish second in 2005-09: Bowie State the East Division and coached Chip Assistant Head Coach (Defensive Cox, a first-team CFL all-star. Coordinator) Prior to Montreal, Jones spent 2004: Franklin Senior HS one season as defensive graduate Assistant (Defensive Coordinator) assistant at UCLA, where he assisted 2003-04: Jeanerette (La.) HS the defensive coaches with game Assistant (Defensive Coordinator) preparation and worked with the 2002-03: Nicholls State cornerbacks. It was at UCLA where Assistant (Safeties) Jones and current UH head coach 2001-02: Lenoir-Rhyne College Norm Chow worked together on the Graduate Assistant Bruins staff. From 2005-09, Jones was assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Bowie State University in Maryland. In addition to coordinating the Bulldogs’ defense, Jones also served as the pro liaison. At Bowie State, Jones’ defense was known as an aggressive, attacking unit that ranked No. 1 in Division II in total defense in 2009, allowing only 217.7 yards per game. They also ranked No. 2 nationally in rushing defense (56.5 yards per game) and ninth in pass-efficiency defense. Two Bulldogs were named first team All-CIAA and two more were named to the second unit. During his tenure, BSU’s defense ranked in the Top 5 nationally in five different statistical categories (total defense, scoring defense, pass-efficiency defense, sacks and rushing defense, including third or higher in total defense). Under Jones’ watch, eight defensive players were named All-CIAA, three were named All-CIAA Rookie Class, and one was named D2football.com All-American. Before joining the Bulldogs staff, Jones served as assistant football coach and defensive coordinator at Jeanerette (La.) Senior High School (2004) and assistant coach and physical education teacher at Franklin Senior High School (2003-04). He also served as assistant football coach/defensive backs at Nicholls State University (2002-03) and defensive graduate assistant at Lenoir-Rhyne College (2001-02). A native of Capital Heights, Md., Jones earned a bachelor’s in 2001 from Morgan State University. He is a member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Jones is single and resides in Honolulu.

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CHRIS C

NAEOLE N O Offensive Line 1 1st Season

NAEOLE’S FILE

Ch i N Chris Naeole, l aK Kahuku h k Hi High School graduate and 11-year NFL veteran, begins his first season on the Rainbow Warrior footPERSONAL ball coaching staff as offensive line coach. Years at UH: 1st season Naeole, a 1992 Kahuku High School Hometown: Ka‘a‘awa, O‘ahu graduate, played collegiately at Colorado, Alma Mater: Colorado (1997) where he was a consensus All-American as a senior in 1996. He was a three-year PLAYING EXPERIENCE starter for the Buffs and only allowed one 2002-08, Jacksonville (NFL) sack over his career. 1997-2001, New Orleans (NFL) Raised in Ka‘a‘awa, O‘ahu, Naeole 1992-96, Colorado became the state of Hawai‘i’s highest draft pick, having been selected by the New COACHING EXPERIENCE Orleans Saints with the 10th overall pick 2013-: Hawai‘i in the 1997 NFL Draft. He spent 11 years Assistant (Offensive Line) playing for both the Saints (1997-2001) 2010-12: ‘Iolani School and Jacksonville Jaguars (2002-08) before Assistant (Defensive Line) an injury ended his career in the middle of the 2007 season. He missed only one NFL game due to injury and started 150 of 154 career games. Following his playing career, Naeole began coaching. He spent the past three years as the defensive line coach at ‘Iolani School under head coach Wendell Look. He also participated in NFL summer internships with the Jaguars and Green Bay Packers in recent years and made guest coaching appearances at clinics and camps throughout Hawai‘i, New Orleans and Jacksonville. Naeole earned All-America honors as a senior at Kahuku. He garnered firstteam accolades by Prep Football Report, second-team from Blue Chip Report and honorable mention from USA Today. In addition to playing offensive guard, he was a defensive tackle for the Red Raiders and recorded 56 tackles, five sacks, eight passes deflected, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries as a senior. From there, Naeole signed with Colorado, where he was a two-time first-team all-Big 12 pick. He played on four bowl teams – including a 1993 Aloha Bowl victory over Fresno State – and was a starter on the Fiesta and Cotton bowl-winning teams. Naeole and his wife, Tara, have two children, Azure and Christian, and reside in Honolulu.

LLEWIS

P POWELL D Defensive Line 2 2nd Season

IIn hi ll i assistant coach, UH defensive line coach Lewis his fi first season as a ffull-time Powell learned a lesson in perseverance. Powell’s unit was plagued with injuries throughout the season, with four players who were lost for the season. Still, several players shined including defensive end Paipai Falemalu, who earned all-Mountain West second-team honors after tying for the team-lead with 56 tackles (10.0 for loss) and Tavita Woodard, who played both tackle and end and received all-MW honorable mention after ranking sixth in the league with 5.5 sacks. Born in Honolulu, Powell came to UH from the University of Utah, where he was a player and graduate assistant. Powell spent three years on the Utah coaching staff, two as a graduate assistant from 2009-10 and 2011 as an administrative assistant, the latter of which he coached with then-Utes offensive coordinator Norm Chow. Powell was part of three bowl teams at Utah – 2009’s San Diego Poinsettia Bowl, 2010’s Maaco Las Vegas Bowl and 2011’s Sun Bowl. As a player, Powell was a three-year letterman on the defensive line playing both end and tackle positions for the Utes from 2001-03. He was the 2003 Liberty 20

Bowl Defensive Player of the Game in Utah’s 17-0 victory over Southern Miss. The Utes finished the season with a 10-2 record and as Mountain West Conference champions. During the 2002 season, Powell played in all 11 games and finished with three quarterback sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one interception. Following his collegiate career, Powell appeared in camp with the Cleveland Browns in 2004 and played in the Arena Football League as an offensive and defensive lineman for the Memphis Xplorers (2005) and Utah Blaze (2006-08). Powell is single and resides in Honolulu.

POWELL’S FILE PERSONAL Years at UH: 2nd season Hometown: East Palo Alto, Calif. Alma Mater: Utah (2004)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE 2006-08: Utah (AFL) 2005: Memphis (AFL) 2001-04: Utah

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2012-: Hawai‘i Assistant (Defensive Line) 2011: Utah Administrative Assistant 2009-10: Utah Graduate Assistant

PHILIP P

RAUSCHER R R Recruiting Coordinator 2 2nd Season

Tight Ends

RAUSCHER’S FILE

Phili R Philip Rauscher h bbegins i hi his second season as the tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator for the Rainbow Warriors. PERSONAL In two seasons as recruiting coordinaYears at UH: 2nd season tor, Rauscher helped assemble standout classHometown: Carlsbad, Calif. es, with a mix of local and mainland recruits. Alma Mater: UCLA (2007) Six true freshmen started for the Warriors last season while a number of newcomers PLAYING EXPERIENCE were among the 32 players who started at 2003-05: UCLA least one game. This year’s recruiting class was ranked among the top in the Mountain COACHING EXPERIENCE West and included two recruits who were 2012-: Hawai‘i listed on the ESPN 300 top national recruits. Assistant (Tight Ends) Rauscher came to UH from the 2011: Utah University of Utah, where he was an adminAdministrative Assistant istrative assistant in 2011 working under 2010: Dixie State then-Utes offensive coordinator Norm Chow. Assistant (Offensive Coordinator) In his only season at Utah, the Utes finished 2008-09: UCLA 8-5 and was runner-up in the Pac-12 South Graduate Assistant Division. Utah played in the Sun Bowl where 2007: UCLA they defeated Georgia Tech, 30-27. Intern In 2010, Rauscher was the offensive 2006: UCLA coordinator at Dixie State for one season. Undergraduate Assistant Prior to that, he spent four years at his alma mater UCLA, where he served in numerous capacities and was mentored by current UH head coach Norm Chow. As a player, Rauscher’s career was cut short following his junior season. He then assisted with the Bruins’ coaching staff as an intern and student coach working with the offensive coaches and helping to recruit a Top 10 class. In 2006, he served as an undergraduate assistant working with the offensive line. After earning his bachelor’s degree in history in 2007, the Carlsbad, Calif., native served as a graduate assistant at UCLA (2008-09), working under Chow while also assisting with the tight ends. His other duties included breaking down opponents’ game video, aiding the coaches with game preparation and directing the defensive scout team. Rauscher was a standout high school player at La Costa Canyon High School in California, where he played on both sides of the ball at linebacker, defensive end, offensive line and running back before earning a scholarship at UCLA. Rauscher and his wife, Courtney, reside in Honolulu.

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TTONY

CHRIS C

L Linebackers 6 6th Season

R Running Backs 2 2nd Season

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Tony Tuioti T T i i begins b i his hi sixth i h season on the Rainbow Warriors coaching staff and second as the team’s linePERSONAL backers coach. Years at UH: 6th season The only holdover from former Hometown: Tustin, Calif. coach Greg McMackin’s staff, Tuioti Alma Mater: Hawai‘i (2000) spent the previous two seasons as the defensive tackles coach while also PLAYING EXPERIENCE serving as the director of player per1996-99, Hawai‘i sonnel from 2008-09. In his first season coaching COACHING EXPERIENCE the linebackers, Tuioti oversaw a 2012-, Hawai‘i unit that featured three juniors, one Assistant (Linebackers) sophomore and three freshmen who 2010-11, Hawai‘i started at least one game last seaAssistant (Defensive Tackles) son. Among that group, all but one 2008-09, Hawai‘i returns in 2013, giving the linebackDirector of Player Personnel ers’ corps the most experience among 2007, Silverado HS all the units on the team. Defensive Coordinator A former defensive tackle 2003-05, Kalaheo HS for the Rainbow Warriors, Tuioti Head Coach mentored all-WAC tackles Kaniela Tuipulotu and Vaughn Meatoga, and Zach Masch in 2011. All three played in postseason all-star games while Meatoga and Masch earned NFL free-agent deals. The defense improved its sack total from 16 in 2009, to 30 in 2010 and to 35 in 2011, the latter of which ranked in the Top 15 nationally. In 2010, the defensive line did not allow a 100-yard rusher in WAC play and the defense led the nation in turnovers forced with 38. Over the past decade, the 2010 defense ranked second among all UH teams in total defense, allowing 357.6 yards per game and rushing defense at 135.9 yards per game. Of the team’s 30 sacks, 22.5 were produced by defensive linemen. An honorable mention all-WAC lineman as a junior at UH, Tuioti spent his first two seasons on the coaching staff as the director of player personnel. In that role, he assisted with the recruiting program and monitored the academic achievements of the student-athletes. Tuioti was a four-year letterman for the Warriors from 1996-99. During his senior year, he was a member of the NCAA’s all-time turnaround team after UH finished with a 9-4 record and was co-WAC champions and winners of the Jeep O‘ahu Bowl over Oregon State. Following that season, he was one of four Warriors selected to participate in the annual Hula Bowl. He is one of two former Rainbow Warriors to win a WAC championship both as a player and coach in school history. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in sociology from UH in 2000, Tuioti served as the team’s graduate assistant coach in 2000 and ’01 and later earned his master’s in educational administration in 2002. Tuioti also received a second master’s degree in special education from UNLV in 2007. Prior to UH, Tuioti served as defensive coordinator at Silverado High School in Las Vegas, Nev., where he helped the team to the Southeast Division championship with a 10-1 record. He coached the division’s Defensive Player of the Year, four all-region selections and three all-state defensive players in 2007, his only season at Silverado. Prior to moving to Las Vegas, Tuioti was the head coach at Kalaheo High School on O‘ahu from 2003-05. He led the Mustangs to the OIA playoffs for the first time in 10 years and was the youngest varsity head coach in the state. Tuioti is a 1995 graduate of Foothill High School in Tustin, Calif. He and his wife, former UH volleyball player Keala Nihipali, have seven children: Teisa, Teivis, Teilor, Teitum, Teimana, Teiyana and Teinia. Nihipali lettered for Dave Shoji’s Rainbow Wahine program in 1997.

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Af coaching After hi the h offensive ff i lline in 2012, Chris Wiesehan moves to running backs coach this season. PERSONAL Last season, Wiesehan helped Years at UH: 2nd season coach freshman center Ben Clarke, who Hometown: St. Louis, Mo. received all-Mountain West honorableAlma Mater: Wabash (1994) mention honors and received the team’s Offensive Player of the Year award. PLAYING EXPERIENCE Wiesehan came to UH after 1990-93, Wabash College serving as wide receivers coach for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the COACHING EXPERIENCE Canadian Football League. In 2011, 2013-: Hawai‘i he helped Winnipeg to the Grey Cup, Assistant (Running Backs) while in his first year he coached a 2012: Hawai‘i group which boasted the second leadAssistant (Offensive Line/Run Game ing receiver in the league in Terrence Coordinator) Edwards, who finished with 1,372 2010-11: Winnipeg (CFL) yards and 12 touchdowns. Assistant (Receivers) Wiesehan spent the 2009 season 2009: UCLA at UCLA as tight ends coach. The Assistant (Tight Ends) Bruins participated in the Eagle Bank 2007-08: Syracuse Bowl and tight ends Ryan Moya Assistant (Offensive Line) and Logan Paulsen signed with the 2006: James Madison Cleveland Browns and Washington Assistant (Offensive Line) Redskins, respectively. 2005: Tampa Bay (NFL) From 2007-08, Wiesehan was Offensive Assistant the offensive line coach at Syracuse. 2001 & ’04: Northern Arizona During his tenure, the Orange had Assistant (Receivers) their first 1,000-yard rusher in five 2002-03: Northern Arizona seasons and two of his players were Assistant (Offensive Line) either drafted or signed by NFL 2000: Buffalo teams. In addition, his offensive line Assistant (Offensive Line) cut the number of sacks allowed in 1999: Buffalo half during his second year. Assistant (Receivers) Prior to Syracuse, Wiesehan 1997-98: Notre Dame served as the offensive line coach at Assistant (Tight Ends) James Madison in 2006. In his only 1996: Purdue season, the Dukes won the Atlantic 10 Assistant (Tight Ends) South Division and led the conference 1994-95: Fort Hays State in rushing. JMU also ranked 11th Assistant (Receivers) nationally in rushing and qualified for NCAA Division I-AA playoffs. Wiesehan gained NFL experience by working as an offensive assistant for Tampa Bay in 2005. Prior to that, he coached at Northern Arizona from 2001-04, where he spent two seasons each as wide receivers coach and offensive line coach. At NAU, the line allowed the fewest sacks in the Big Sky while helping produce a 1,000-yard rusher, and six linemen earned all-conference honors. NAU also won the 2003 Big Sky Championship and qualified for the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs in 2001 and ’03. Wiesehan spent two seasons at Buffalo (1999-2000), coaching the wide receivers and tight ends during his first season and offensive line in his second year. In 1997 and ’98, he was on staff at Notre Dame as the tight ends coach where the Irish participated in the Independence Bowl and the Gator Bowl. He spent the 1996 season coaching the tight ends at Purdue and mentored three-time Super Bowl champion New England Patriot Matt Light. He began his coaching career at Fort Hays State from 1994-95 as the receivers coach, where he coached two All-Americans and four all-conference players. The school won the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and participated in the Division II National Playoffs. As a player, Wiesehan was a wide receiver and kick returner at Wabash College (1990-93). As a senior, he served as team captain and earned All-America honors while being named his team’s Receiver of the Year for the third time. Wiesehan and his wife, Renee, have one son, Colton.

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BEEMER B S Strength & Conditioning Coordinator 1 1st Season F Former University of Florida lineman Gary Beemer bbegins his first year as the Rainbow Warriors’ head t strength coach. Beemer spent the past year with the National Football League’s Minnesota Vikings as the team’s strength and conditioning intern, where he aided in the design and implementation of the strength program and worked directly with the players to maximize their physical performance. Upon completion of his playing career at Florida, the Tampa, Fla., native began his professional career at his alma mater in several capacities. From 2011-12, he was the program’s football alumni strength and conditioning coach where he helped to train former Gators in the NFL or those attempting to make a professional roster. He also served as a graduate assistant in Florida’s strength and conditioning department as well as assistant coach of the Gator Olympic Sport Strength and Conditioning program, where he assisted with the track and field, swimming and diving, and volleyball teams. As a player, Beemer was a walk-on lineman who earned a spot on the 2008 team that went on to win the BCS National Championship. During his final home game in 2010, he scored his first and only touchdown. In 2011, he received the John Stucky Award, presented by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association, to an outstanding individual who takes the oral and practical portion of the strength and conditioning coaches certification. Beemer is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer (CPT). He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in applied physiology and kinesiology from Florida.

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UPERESA U D Director of Player Personnel 2nd Season 2 A After spending his first season with the Rainbow Warrior fo football team as running backs coach in 2012, Honolulu native Keith Uperesa has assumed the role of director of n player personnel. Uperesa will oversee the academic well-being of each football student-athlete from the time they enroll to the time they leave the university. As running backs coach, he also oversaw academics and under his supervision, UH posted its highest grade-point-average ever with a 3.03 team cumulative average during the spring semester. Uperesa returned to his home state after serving as associate head coach and offensive line coach at Nicholls State from 2010-11. Prior to that, he spent the previous four seasons at UNLV (2005-09) as the offensive line coach where he coached six all-conference linemen, including NFL fourth-round draft pick Joe Hawley. In 2004, Uperesa coached at Utah as the offensive line and tight ends coach and was instrumental in the Utes’ undefeated season, capped off by a win in the Fiesta Bowl. The Mountain West Conference champion Utes was the first school from a non-BCS conference to not only play in a BCS bowl game but to win it as well. In his only season at Utah, Uperesa coached first-team all-MWC pick Chris Kemoeatu and also worked with current NFL quarterback Alex Smith and two-time national champion head coach Urban Meyer. Prior to Utah, Uperesa spent one year at El Camino Community College, guiding the squad to the Verizon Southern California Bowl Championship. From 2001-02, Uperesa was part of the USC staff where he was the offensive line coach in 2001 before working with tackles and tight ends in 2002. During his time, he played a role in leading the Trojans to victories in the 2001 Las Vegas Bowl and 2003 Orange Bowl. Prior to USC, Uperesa served as the offensive coordinator and offensive line 22

coach at Idaho State from 1999-2000. The 1999 squad had one of the best offenses in school history with a 3,000-yard passer, a 1,000-yard rusher and a team-scoring average of 30 points per game. Idaho finished both seasons in the Top 20 nationally in passing, including a No. 9 ranking in 1999. Uperesa spent 12 years at Snow College where he started in 1987 as the offensive line coach. He worked his way up to head coach in 1995 and compiled a 35-8 record in five seasons until 1999. He guided Snow College to four consecutive Top 10 rankings and four straight bowl victories. Uperesa’s coaching career began as a graduate assistant for his alma mater BYU from 1985-86. In his two seasons, BYU played in the Florida Citrus Bowl in 1985 and the Freedom Bowl in 1986. Uperesa is a graduate of Punahou School where he starred in football and later was an all-Western Athletic Conference offensive tackle for BYU from 197477. He played in the 1977 Hula Bowl and Blue-Gray Classic. Following his collegiate career, he played three seasons in the NFL for the Oakland Raiders (1978) and Denver Broncos (1979-80). Keith and his wife, Kaipo, have three adult children, Ikaika, Naupaka and Kahikole. Ikaika, who played football at Idaho State, has two children, Isabella and Sophia. Naupaka played collegiate women’s basketball at Norfolk State and Cal State Dominguez Hills.

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JJONES D Director of Football Administration 2nd Season 2 B Brad Jones begins his second season as the Rainbow W Warriors’ director of football administration. In that role, Jones handles all day-to-day operations of the program. Jones comes to UH from the Western Athletic Conference, where he served as director of championships since August 2010. At the WAC, he oversaw the planning and administration of WAC championships, managed the awards program and served as the sport administrator for several sports. Prior to the WAC, Jones was the director of championships at the Atlantic 10 Conference during the 2009-10 season. He oversaw all championships, administrative, regular-season and policy aspects within the conference for several sports including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, golf, tennis, track and field, baseball and softball. He began working for the Atlantic 10 Conference in 2005 as coordinator of championships. Jones earned his bachelor of arts degree in political science at Brigham Young University. He and his wife, Lisa, reside in Honolulu.

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LLAVARIAS E Executive Assistant 2nd Season 2 L Lacey Lavarias begins her second year as the Rainbow Warrior football program’s executive assistant. The W W Waialua, O‘ahu, native will handle head coach Norm Chow’s schedule, oversee the program’s operating budget and serve as the liaison to the department’s compliance office. Lavarias earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Hawai‘i Law School in May. She received her bachelor’s degree in three years from the University of Utah in 2007. She was a two-year letterman for the Utes’ women’s volleyball team, competing in 31 career matches. A two-year Mountain West Conference scholar-athlete, Lavarias was the recipient of the NCAA post-graduate scholarship. A 2004 graduate of ‘Iolani School in Honolulu, she was a two-year team captain for the Raiders and an honorable-mention all-league selection as a senior. Lavarias’ father Lyle was a three-year letterman for Utah and her sister Leslie played volleyball for Cal State Northridge. Lavarias resides in Waialua, O‘ahu.

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LLUKE

V Video Coordinator 2nd Season 2

G Graduate Assistant 1st Season 1

KONG K D Dory Kong begins her second season as the Rainbow W Warrior football program’s video coordinator. The Kaiser High School graduate came to UH from Old Dominion University, where she spent one year as the team’s video coordinator and was part of the program’s run in the NCAA FCS playoffs. Prior to ODU, Kong worked in production at ESPN in Bristol, Conn., for four years from 2007-11. She also worked with the Stanford football program as the assistant video coordinator for four seasons from 2003-07. Kong got her start in video production as the video coordinator at her alma mater Menlo College in Atherton, Calif. She earned her bachelor’s degree in mass communications at Menlo in 2003. A 1999 graduate of Kaiser High School, Kong was active in the school’s Communication Arts & Technology (CAT) program. A member of the Collegiate Sports Video Association, Kong’s other video experience includes video production assistant and camera operator for the NBC, FOX and ABC sports networks. Kong is single and resides in Honolulu. She is a Girl Scout Gold and Silver awardee.

MATTHEWS M Luke Matthews, a four-year starter at the University of L Utah, joins the Rainbow Warriors as a graduate assisU tant t t in i 2013. 2013 The Phoenix, Ariz., native made 30 starts at wide receiver during his fouryear career with the Utes. He played in 50 of 51 games and finished with 63 career receptions for 864 yards and five touchdowns. He was a four-time academic allconference recipient. Matthews joined the Utes in 2008. He was part of four bowl teams and was a redshirt during Utah’s 2009 Sugar Bowl win over Alabama. Matthews was a two-sport star at Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, Ariz., where he graduated in 2008. Matthews’ father John was a two-time U.S. Olympic Greco-Roman wrestler while his two sisters competed at the Division I level. He earned his bachelor’s degree in communications in May 2012.

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TTORRES G Graduate Assistant 1st Season 1

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VVANDERBEEK G Graduate Assistant 2nd Season 2 Ja Jared Vanderbeek begins his second season as the team’s ggraduate assistant. The Sacramento, Calif., native is pursuing a master’s degree in communications. Prior to UH, Vanderbeek coached two seasons at American River College. As defensive coordinator in 2011, the team broke four school records – points allowed, sacks, interceptions and rushing defense – and finished with a No. 6 national ranking. In 2010, he was special teams coordinator and secondary coach. In his two seasons, ARC combined for a 21-1 record and two conference championships. Vanderbeek began his career coaching professional football in Austria in 2009 for the Vienna Vikings. As the linebackers coach, the Vikings lost in the finals of the European Championships. Vanderbeek attended California out of high school where he redshirted in 2004 and lettered as a freshman in 2005. He was a member of two bowl teams for the Golden Bears. He then transferred to American River College, earning defensive team MVP and all-state and all-conference honors before finishing his playing career at Sacramento State. He lettered two years at safety for the Hornets and earned his bachelor’s degree in communications in 2009. A 2004 graduate of Granite Bay High School in Sacramento, Calif., Vanderbeek was named all-league twice and earned all-city honors during his senior year.

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F Former Warrior Richard Torres joins the program as a ggraduate assistant in 2013. The Kahuku High School graduate was a fouryear letterman for the Warriors from 2008-11. The former walk-on made 33 career starts at safety and amassed 168 tackles and six interceptions. A second-team allWestern Athletic Conference performer as a senior, Torres recorded 60 tackles and a team-leading three picks, along with four pass breakups and a forced fumble. He finished his career with three defensive touchdowns, including two fumble returns for scores as a junior in 2010. Torres is a 2007 graduate of Kahuku High School, where his father is the head coach of the perennial state championship program. Torres earned his bachelor’s degree in family resources from UH in May 2011.

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G Graduate Assistant 1st Season 1 F Former University of Utah quarterback Jordan Wynn bbegins his first season as a graduate assistant with the Hawai‘i football program. H Wynn played two full seasons and parts of two others before retiring from football due to a chronic shoulder injury. He finished his career with a 14-7 record as a starter and played in 22 career games, throwing for 4,637 yards, eighth-best in school history. He also completed 60 percent of his pass attempts and threw 33 career touchdowns, which is sixth-best in school history. In 2009, he became only the third true freshman to start at quarterback for Utah and capped his season as the Poinsettia Bowl’s Most Valuable Player, leading the Utes to a 37-27 victory over California and a 10-3 campaign. The following year, he started in 10 games and finished second in the Mountain West and 30th nationally, averaging 233.4 yards per game. After starting the first four games of 2011, his season was cut short due to an injury to his left (non-throwing) shoulder. He started the first two games of 2012 before reinjuring his shoulder and announcing his retirement from the sport. A two-time all-state performer from Oceanside High School in California, Wynn received his bachelor’s degree in economics from Utah in 2012.

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Offensive Line 6-2 310 Junior Midway City, CA Ocean View HS

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 6 vs. Nevada, 9/22/12 Tackles For Loss: 0.5 at BYU, 9/28/12 Sacks: 0.5 at BYU, 9/28/12 Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in four games as a backup offensive lineman. 2011 (Freshman): Played in 10 games on the offensive line as a backup center and guard. 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Ocean View High School in Huntington Beach, Calif... earned three varsity letters in football...played both sides of the ball as an offensive guard, center and defensive tackle….named first team all-league as a junior and senior...named league’s Defensive Player of the Year as a senior…a team co-captain...selected to the all-CIF Southern Division first team on offense as a junior… named MVP of the 2010 SoCal Polynesian Football Classic...competed two seasons in wrestling, where he compiled a 42-11 record in the 285-pound division…named team’s MVP...also lettered two years in track and field.

DEFENSE 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G UA A 12 2 0 13 8 3 12 28 8 37 38 11

TOTAL TFL SACKS 2 0.0 0.0 11 0.0 0.0 35 0.5-3 0.5-3 48 0.5-3 0.5-3

PD 0 0 0 0

FF 0 1 2 3

FR 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0

Class of 2013 KAMALANI ALO

Personal: Born in Fountain Valley, Calif...majoring in political science...cousin of fellow Rainbow Warrior Dave Lefotu...sister, Nikole, played softball at Arizona State...parents are Lee and Tricia Afusia of Midway City, Calif.

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Linebacker 6-2 215 Senior Hau‘ula, O‘ahu Kahuku High School 2012 (Junior): Appeared in 12 games, including three starts at WILL backer…tallied 36 total tackles, including 0.5 sacks, and two forced fumbles…career-high six tackles against Nevada (Sept. 22)…had five tackles each against BYU (Sept. 28), Boise State (Nov. 10) and Air Force (Nov. 16)…forced fumbles against USC (Sept. 1) and Air Force. 2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 13 games, primarily on special teams and as a backup safety…totaled 11 tackles and one forced fumble…blocked punt at Washington (Sept. 10)…scored first career touchdown against New Mexico State (Oct. 22), scooping up a blocked punt and returning it 13 yards for the score…also had two tackles against the Aggies and two tackles against Utah State (Nov. 5)… forced a fumble at Nevada (Nov. 12). 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 12 games, mainly on special teams…recorded only two tackles of the season against UNLV (Dec. 4). 2009: Redshirted. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Kahuku High School on O‘ahu...lettered four years in football and soccer, and three in track and field...named one of the top 100 players in the Northwest…ranked 82nd nationally at his position…named to The Honolulu Advertiser Division I all-state first team and Honolulu Star-Bulletin all-state honorable mention…as a senior, member of the 2008 OIA championship football team...named the school’s Most Outstanding Outside Linebacker in 2008 and Most Outstanding Cornerback in 2006...in track and field, participated in the 100m, 110-hurdles, 4x100 relay, shot put and discus…as a junior, soccer team captured the OIA White Division title...played in the HUB Goodwill Senior Bowl...named the Outstanding Defensive Player at the 2008 All-Poly camp...member of the honor roll...graduated cum laude. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...majoring in family resources...has two brothers and two sisters...parents are Stanford and Deirdra Alo of Hau‘ula, O‘ahu.

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Defensive Line 6-0 310 Freshman Kealakekua, Hawai‘i Konawaena HS 2012: Redshirted. Prep: A 2012 graduate of Konawaena High School in Kealakekua, Hawai‘i...lined up at defensive tackle, linebacker and fullback...named the Big Island Interscholastic Federation Division II Defensive Player of the Year as a senior...also named to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser all-state second team...recorded 86 total tackles and 36 sacks in leading Konawaena to its first BIIF championship in three years...also a standout in rodeo...a three-time Hawai‘i High School Rodeo Association boys’ all-around state champion...placed 10th in tie-down roping at the 2007 nationals...named to the Hualalai ‘Ohana Foundation Honor Roll and also presented with the Science Achievement Award in Earth Science. Personal: Born in Kealakekua, Hawai‘i...intends to enroll in the College of Tropical Agriculture...has three sisters and one brother...parents are Michael Andrade of Kealakekua, Hawai‘i, and Jason and Joan Loando of Kealakekua, Hawai‘i.

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Running Back 5-7 170 Sophomore ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu Campbell HS 2012 (Freshman): Missed the entire season due to a knee injury suffered during the summer.

scholastic League of Honolulu champion in the 300-meter hurdles and participated in the 2011 state finals in the 110-meter high hurdles and the 300-meter hurdles… placed third overall in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 38.94 seconds and was a member of the 2011 state champion 4x100-meter relay team with a time of 42.76 seconds…maintained a cumulative 3.33 GPA…a member of the honor roll…named scholar-athlete and served as class president and team co-captain his senior year. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…intends to major in physical therapy…has one sister… father was a former Hawai‘i state representative and former member of the UH football team…parents are Kika Bukoski of Honolulu, O‘ahu, and Kim Norris of Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu.

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2011: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of James Campbell High School in ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu… lettered three years in football and two each in soccer and track and field…named to Honolulu Advertiser Division II all-state first team in 2008 and second team in 2009…played slot back, running back and kick returner…as a junior, helped team win the OIA White Division…competed in the Hawai‘i/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl…finished fourth in the 100-meter dash (11.1 seconds) in the state track championships as a junior…member of the OIA White Division champion soccer team as a sophomore…honor-roll student during junior and senior years. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…majoring in sociology…has two sisters…parents are Darryl and Suzette Anguay of ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu.

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BORDEN

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Defensive Line 6-2 255 Senior Waimanalo, O‘ahu Saint Louis School 2012 (Junior): Appeared in six games as a backup defensive lineman…recorded four tackles, including 2.0 for loss…also had one quarterback hurry against Lamar (Sept. 15)…season-high two tackles, including one for loss at BYU (Sept. 28)…also had a tackle for loss against Fresno State (Nov. 3). 2011 (Sophomore): Member of the scout team. 2010 (Freshman): Member of the scout team.

Defensive Back 6-1 200 Junior Pearl City, O‘ahu Pearl City HS

2009: Redshirted.

2012: Did not play football.

Personal: Born in Waimanalo, O‘ahu...majoring in business...given first name is Abraham...has two younger brothers...parents are Jana Amoy of Honolulu and Thomas Cavaco of Waimanalo, O‘ahu.

Prep: A 2008 graduate of Saint Louis School in Honolulu...earned three varsity letters in football...member of back-to-back league championship teams.

2011 (Sophomore): Played in seven games primarily on special teams…recorded five tackles…had two tackles each at Idaho (Oct. 29) and against Utah State (Nov. 5). Prep: A 2008 graduate of Pearl City High School on O‘ahu…lettered two years in football and two years in basketball…named the offensive player of the year in football his junior and senior years…also named all-league honorable mention twice... played two seasons of varsity basketball… team MVP and first team all-division as a senior…a member of the Boy Scouts of America. Personal: Born in Salt Lake City, Utah…majoring in history…has three sisters and two brothers…parents are Russell and Deborah Borden of Pearl City, O‘ahu.

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Wide Receiver 6-0 195 Sophomore Honolulu, O‘ahu Idaho State

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 at BYU, 9/28/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.0, 2x, last at Fresno State, 11/3/12 Sacks: None Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G UA 0 0 0 0 6 3 6 3

A 0 0 1 1

TOTAL TFL SACKS 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 4 2.0-5 0.0 4 2.0-5 0.0

PD 0 0 0 0

FF 0 1 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0

Class of 2013 HO‘OIKAIKA CAVACO-AMOY

2012: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Prior To UH: Redshirted at Idaho State. Prep: A 2011 graduate of Saint Louis School in Honolulu, O‘ahu…lettered three years in football, two years in wrestling and two years in track and field…a two-time all-state first-team selection as a wide receiver in both his junior and senior years… helped the Crusaders to the 2010 Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association State Football Championship…ranked as the state’s second leading scorer as a senior...also named to the “Tom Lemming Top 20” list of Hawai‘i recruits for 2010... scored 13 touchdowns with 942 receiving yards and 50 receptions as a senior... scored seven touchdowns with 720 yards and 42 receptions as a junior…selected to participate in the 2010 East-West All Star Game and the 2010 AIGA Foundation Polynesian AllAmerican Football Classic in California…selected as a 2010 honoree of the Hawai‘i Chapter-National Football Foundation Hall of Fame…in track, he was the Inter2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL LL

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CHARLES

CLAY

Offensive Line 6-3 285 Sophomore Littleton, CO Chatfield HS

Defensive Back 5-11 200 Senior Hilo, Hawai‘i SMU

2012 (Freshman): Started all 12 games at center…was one of two true freshmen to start the season at center… selected honorable mention all-MW…graded out at 87-percent for the season, which led all UH linemen…had 12 pancake tackles and allowed only two sacks all season…named to all-MW academic team.

2012 (Junior): Appeared in all 12 games as a defensive back and made one start…tallied 29 total tackles, one fumble recovery and four pass breakups…season-high six tackles against New Mexico (Oct. 13)…amassed three tackles and three pass breakups against UNLV (Nov. 24)…had five tackles at Colorado State (Oct. 27).

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Chatfield High School in Littleton, Colo…lettered three times in football and track and field, and twice in wrestling…in football, named to 5A West Metro all-league first team as a senior…earned second team Big 8 all-league as a junior…an academic all-state selection…as a sophomore, named honorable mention all-Big 8 League…also was a member of the track and field team, competing in the shot put and discus…named academic all-state for three years.

2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 13 games, primarily on special teams and as a backup wide receiver…recorded 15 tackles and forced three fumbles…tied for fifth in the WAC and 64th nationally in forced fumbles…also caught two passes for nine yards as a wide receiver…had two tackles and two forced fumbles against New Mexico State (Oct. 22)…also had a forced fumble at Louisiana Tech (Oct. 1).

Personal: Born in San Diego, Calif…has two brothers and two sisters…parents are Tom Clarke and Lea Wells of Littleton, Colo.

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BRIAN

CLAY

Defensive Back 6-1 180 Sophomore Vacaville, CA Will C. Wood HS 2012: Redshirted. 2011 (Freshman): Appeared in eight games on special teams and as a reserve safety…had two tackles against Tulane (Nov. 26). Prep: A 2011 graduate of Will C. Wood High School in Vacaville, Calif...earned three varsity letters in football and two in baseball...as a senior, played quarterback, defensive back and on special teams...named all-Monticello Empire second team as a cornerback and quarterback....passed for 1,548 yards and rushed for 1,090 yards while accounting for 25 touchdowns…had 91 total tackles, one interception and one fumble recovery on defense…received all-star honors at cornerback from ESPN RISE, B2G, Scout.com, Golden State Preps and NorCal Preps...led team to first playoff berth since 1996...selected to play in the Holiday All-Star Classic in Sacramento, a first for a Will C. Wood player...was the school’s first player to be named all-NorCal, all-West and all-state...standout at the 2010 Army All-Star Combine in San Antonio and the Nike Training Camp in Stanford, Calif...defensive MVP at the 2010 B2G Elite Camp and “Top Gun” selection as best defensive back at the Los Angeles Football University Camp (FBU)...started at quarterback and cornerback during his junior and sophomore seasons…as a junior, amassed 51 total tackles, 10 pass breakups, two interceptions and three forced fumbles and had 1,200 yards of total offense…during sophomore season, totaled 50 tackles, seven pass breakups, two picks and threw for 1,988 yards and 21 TDs…helped lead baseball team to the 2010 conference championship...scouted by both the Anaheim Angels and Arizona Diamondbacks...a four-year honor-roll student.

Prior To UH: Attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, for two years...appeared in 12 games as a freshman in 2010, primarily on special teams... registered three tackles...redshirted in 2009. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Hilo High School in Hawai‘i...a multi-sport athlete...earned two varsity letters in football...earned all-league honors on both sides of the ball...a two-time all-league pick at wide receiver, including first-team honors as a junior... also a second-team all-league pick at defensive back as a junior...lettered two years in track...participated in the 100-, 200- and 4x100-meter events...qualified for the state finals in 100- and 200-meters in back-to-back years...holds the school record in the 200-meters... graduated cum laude. Personal: Born in Hilo, Hawai‘i...majoring in interdisciplinary studies...has one younger brother and one younger sister...parents are Charles and Jelena Clay of Honomu, Hawai‘i.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 6 vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 Tackles For Loss: None Sacks: None Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 13 12 25

UA A 11 4 20 9 31 13

TOTAL TFL 15 0.0 29 0.0 44 0.0

SACKS 0.0 0.0 0.0

PD 0 4 4

FF 0 0 0

FR 3 1 4

INT 0 0 0

Class of 2013 CHARLES CLAY

Personal: Born in Sacramento, Calif...intends to major in business management...has one younger sister...father, Brian Clay Sr., played football for Fresno State...parents are Brian and MaryJane Clay of Vacaville, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2, vs. Tulane, 11/26/11 Tackles For Loss: None Sacks: None Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA 2011 8 1 26

A 1

TOTAL TFL 2 0.0

SACKS 0.0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

INT 0 2013 13 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL


PLAYER PROFILES

86

CRAIG

COFER

Tight End 6-4 260 Senior Livermore, CA Grossmont College 2012 (Junior): Appeared in all 12 games, making three starts at tight end…totaled three receptions for 17 yards…had two catches for 14 yards at BYU (Sept. 28). 2011 (Sophomore): Played in first two games against Colorado (Sept. 3) and Washington (Sept. 10). Prior To UH: Played one year at Grossmont College…finished third on the team with 50 tackles…also had 9.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, two quarterback hurries, two forced fumbles and one pass breakup…helped lead team to the 2010 U.S. Bank Beach Bowl...a scholar-athlete...attended Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Ore., and redshirted in 2009.

Class of 2013 GEORGE DAILY-LYLES

GEORGE

DAILY-LYLES

Prep: A 2009 graduate of Livermore High School in California…as a senior, named honorable mention all-East Bay Athletic League…also lettered in lacrosse...a four-year honor-roll student.

Defensive Line 5-11 255 Senior Long Beach, CA Long Beach Poly HS

Personal: Born in Livermore, Calif...majoring in business...has two older sisters and two younger brothers...parents are Al and Suzanne Cofer of Livermore, Calif.

2012 (Junior): Appeared in seven games with one start in the season-opener against USC (Sept. 1)…seasonhigh five tackles along with one pass breakup against the Trojans…recorded four tackles, including half a sack at San Diego State (Oct. 6)… had one tackle for loss against Lamar (Sept. 15).

CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 2, at BYU, 9/28/12 Yards: 14, at BYU, 9/28/12 Long: 10, at BYU, 9/28/12 Touchdowns: None

CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING 2012

GP 12

Rec 3

55

Yards 17

TD 0

Lg 10

R/G 0.3

Y/R 5.7

Y/G 1.4

2011 (Sophomore): Played in eight games, including one start at linebacker…also saw time on special teams...finished season with 10 tackles and one pass breakup… had four tackles and one pass breakup in start against Colorado (Sept. 3)…also had four tackles at Idaho (Oct. 29). 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 10 games, including two starts at MAC linebacker... finished the season with 28 tackles, including 2.5 for loss…had a career-high 12 tackles in start at Army (Sept. 11)...recorded four tackles, including 1.5 for loss at Fresno State (Oct. 9). 2009: Redshirted. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Long Beach Poly High School in Long Beach, Calif.... earned four varsity letters in football...member of four straight league championship and back-to-back CIF Southern Section championship teams....anchored defensive unit on a team that advanced to the 2008 Division I state championship game… named the CIF Southern Section Pac-5 Division co-Defensive Player of the Year… also named league MVP, team MVP and first team all-state....tallied 159 tackles and 42 TFL...averaged 13.2 tackles per game...recorded 98 tackles and four interceptions as a junior...finished career as school’s second all-time leading tackler...named Play It Smart National Student-Athlete of the Month by the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame for excellence on the field, in the classroom and in the community...also lettered in track. Personal: Born in Los Angeles, Calif...majoring in family resources...parents are Alonzo Lyles of Compton, Calif., and Theresa Daily of Los Angeles, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 12, at Army, 9/11/10 Tackles For Loss: 1.5, at Fresno State, 10/9/10 Sacks: None Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS

Class of 2013 CRAIG COFER

DEFENSE 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL FOOTBAL

G 10 8 7 25

UA A 11 17 9 1 10 3 30 21

TOTAL TFL SACKS 28 2.5-16.0 0.0 10 0.0 0.0 13 1.5-6 0.0 51 4.0-22 0.0

PD 0 1 1 2

FF 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0 27


PLAYER PROFILES

56

BRENDEN

DALEY

BEN

DEW

Linebacker 6-3 250 Senior Moorpark, CA Ventura College

Offensive Line 6-3 305 Sophomore Auckland, New Zealand Word of Life

2012 (Junior): Appeared in 10 games with five starts at middle linebacker…tallied 26 tackles, including 1.5 for loss, one interception and two quarterback hurries… season-high seven tackles, including 1.5 for loss, and an acrobatic interception at Colorado State (Oct. 27)...had six tackles and one QB hurry against South Alabama (Dec. 1)…started five of the last six games at middle linebacker. 2011: Redshirted. Prior To UH: Played two seasons for Ventura Junior College in California...ranked No. 44 among top junior-college prospects in the country…as a sophomore, tied for the team-lead with 110 total tackles, including team-high 16.0 tackles for loss and 10 sacks…had one interception, one forced fumble and four pass breakups…tied for eighth in the conference in tackles at 10.0 per game…named first team all-conference and honorable mention All-American…in 2009, tallied 58 tackles, including 5.0 for loss and two sacks. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Moorpark High School in California…as a senior, earned Linebacker of the Year honors from the Ventura County Coaches Association after tallying 118 tackles, 17 for loss, six sacks and an interception…selected Division II first team all-state by MaxPreps…picked first team all-CIF Southern Section Northern Division…also named first team all-county, all-city and all-Marmonte League… helped Moorpark capture the league title and reach the championship game of the Northern Division. Personal: Born in Moorpark, Calif...majoring in sociology...has one brother and one sister...parents are Bruce and Debbie Daley of Moorpark, Calif.

Tackles: 7, at Colorado State, 10/27/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.5, at Colorado State, 10/27/12 Sacks: None Interceptions: 1, at Colorado State, 10/27/12

CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL TFL SACKS 26 1.5-2 0.0

2012 (Freshman): Did not appear in any games…member of the scout team. 2011: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Word of Life Academy in Honolulu, O‘ahu…named honorable mention all-ILH in 2009, his only season with the school…also a skilled rugby and basketball player…played on North Harbour under-17s and under-19s all-star basketball teams. Personal: Born in Gainesville, Fla…intends to major in history…has three sisters… sister Rebecca is a former member of the Rainbow Wahine basketball team…parents are Ken and Renee Dew of Auckland, New Zealand.

CECIL

DOE

90

Wide Receiver 6-4 210 Senior Maple Grove, MN N.D. State College of Science 2012 (Junior): Appeared in the season-opener against USC (Sept. 1)…did not record any statistics. 2011: Redshirted. Prior To UH: Played two years at North Dakota State College of Science…as a sophomore, named honorable mention all-conference despite missing most of the season due to injuries...caught 16 passes for 289 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman in 2009.

CAREER HIGHS

DEFENSE G UA A 2012 10 14 12

63

PD 1

FF 0

FR 0

INT 1

Prep: A 2009 graduate of Wayzata High School in Plymouth, Minn…lettered twice in football and track and field…an all-state first-team, all-conference first-team, and Star-Tribune all-Metro selection as a senior…had 21 catches for 546 yards and seven TDs in 2008…member of undefeated 5-A state championship squad…scored a touchdown in the state title game against Blaine High School. Personal: Born in Minneapolis, Minn...majoring in communicology…has two brothers and three sisters…parents are Coleridge and Magdalene Doe of Wayzata, Minn.

JOSHUA

DONOVAN

35

Defensive Back 6-0 190 Sophomore Honolulu, O‘ahu Mid-Pacific Institute 2012 (Freshman): Appeared in eight games primarily on special teams…only tackle on the season came against South Alabama (Dec. 1). Prep: A 2012 graduate of Mid-Pacific Institute in Honolulu, O‘ahu...earned three varsity letters in football while playing for Pac-5...lined up at fullback and linebacker...a two-time all-league selection...named to the all-Interscholastic League of Honolulu second team by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser in both his junior and senior seasons...earned the team’s Alpha Wolf Award as team MVP as a senior...also earned three letters in baseball...member of 2012 ILH champion baseball squad.

Class of 2013 BRENDEN DALEY 28

Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...intends to major in biology...older sister Jacqueline is a member of the UH track team... father, Jim, played football for UH… mother, Tracy, works at UH as the broadcast manager…parents are Jim Donovan and Tracy Orillo-Donovan of Honolulu, O‘ahu. 201 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL


PLAYER PROFILES

DUSTIN

ELISARA

43

Fullback 6-0 270 Junior Kapolei, O‘ahu Kapolei HS

CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 4 vs. Boise State, 11/10/12 Yards: 67 vs. Boise State, 11/10/12 Touchdowns: 1 at Air Force, 11/16/12 Long: 26 at Air Force, 11/16/12

CAREER STATISTICS

2012 (Sophomore): Suffered a season-ending knee injury during the spring.

RECEIVING 2012

GP 8

Rec 9

Yards 137

TD 1

Lg 26

R/G 1.1

Y/R 15.2

Y/G 17.1

2011 (Freshman): Member of the scout team. 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Kapolei High School on O‘ahu...earned three varsity letters in football...a two-way player who lined up at linebacker and fullback…rated the 32nd-best middle linebacker and ninth-best fullback in the country by one scouting service…ranked No. 36th recruit in the Northwest region and 15th-best in the state of Hawai‘i…led the team with 89 tackles in 2009…also had two sacks and two interceptions…named team’s defensive MVP as a senior and Most Improved Defensive Player as a junior...competed in the Max Emfinger All-American Bowl in Austin, Texas, where he had eight tackles and was named Most Valuable Middle Linebacker...also earned letters in baseball and volleyball. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...majoring in sociology...has one sister...parents are Philip and Rebecca Elisara of Kapolei, O‘ahu.

CLARK

EVANS Tight End 6-4 220 Tustin, CA

84

Class of 2013 CLARK EVANS

2012 (Junior): Appeared in eight games with two starts at the flex/tight end position…tallied nine receptions for 137 yards and one touchdown…season-high four catches for 67 yards against Boise State (Nov. 10)…recorded three catches for 55 yards and one touchdown at Air Force (Nov. 16). Prior To UH: Attended Cerritos College in Norwalk, Calif., for one year…helped the Falcons capture their second straight Northern Conference championship and appearance in the Southern California championship game…finished the season with 31 receptions for 444 yards (14.3 avg) and a team-high nine touchdowns…named first team CCCFCA All-American and first team Region IV All-California…rated the No. 4 tight end nationally and 34th-best junior-college recruit in California by 247sports.com…attended the University of Colorado as a freshman in 2009…was a reserve quarterback for the Buffaloes. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Los Alamitos High School in California…lettered three times each in football and basketball…in football, earned All-America honors from PrepStar and All-Far West Region from SuperPrep, where he was also listed as the No. 62 player from the Far West Region and was the No. 52 player from California (the No. 8 quarterback on that list)…one of eight quarterbacks selected to Tacoma News-Tribune’s Western 100 list…ranked the No. 28 quarterback by Scout.com and No. 31 quarterback by ESPN… Rivals.com listed him as the No. 25 dual-threat quarterback and the No. 81 prospect from California, coming in as the No. 8 quarterback on that list…Orange County Register listed him as the No. 3 recruit in Orange County…named Sunset League Most Valuable Player as a senior and led team to the league championship…named first team all-league and earned third-team all-state honors from Cal-Hi Sports as a senior…completed 146-of-254 passes for 2,173 yards and 25 touchdowns with 10 interceptions…on the ground, carried the ball 167 times for 840 yards (5.5 per rush) and 12 touchdowns...as a junior, was the league’s Offensive MVP and named all-CIF after throwing for over 2,500 yards and 22 touchdowns, with over 1,000 yards on the ground with 15 more scores...also earned firstteam all-league honors as a sophomore, when he became just the fifth underclassman to start at quarterback at Los Alamitos in the last 30 years…threw for over 2,000 yards and 19 touchdowns…compiled a 22-10 record as a starting quarterback…also lettered three times on the basketball team…as a senior, named team MVP and earned first-team all-league honors…played his freshman season on the varsity team at Santa Margarita High School.

36

BENETTON

Senior Cerritos College

FONUA

Linebacker 6-0 245 Sophomore Kahuku, O‘ahu Kahuku HS 2012 (Freshman): Appeared in eight games and made two starts at middle linebacker…made first career start at San Diego State (Oct. 6)…also started the New Mexico game (Oct. 13)…finished the year with 17 total tackles…season-high nine tackles against New Mexico…named to all-MW academic team. Prep: A 2012 graduate of Kahuku High School on O‘ahu...earned two varsity letters in football...a two-time all-state and all-league selection...lined up at outside linebacker, inside linebacker, nose guard and tight end for the Red Raiders...named the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Division I State Defensive Player of the Year as a senior… also named to USA Today’s All-USA second team…helped Kahuku win its first Division I state championship since 2006…anchored a defense which allowed just 46 rushing yards and 6.8 points per game…also named first team all-state and first team all-OIA Red East…competed in the H.U.B. Goodwill Senior Bowl…rated the No. 11 recruit in the state of Hawai‘i by 247sports.com…as a junior, was named first team all-OIA Red East and honorable mention all-state...also lettered in basketball and track...helped lead basketball team to back-to-back league titles and an appearance in the 2012 state title game...a 2012 inductee into the Hawai‘i High School Hall of Honor...a four-year honor-roll student...graduated cum laude...an eagle scout. Personal: Born in Kailua, O‘ahu...nickname is “Benny”...intends to major in engineering...has four sisters and one brother...parents are Siotame and Joni Lauaki of Kahuku, O‘ahu.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 9 vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 Tackles For Loss: None Sacks: None Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS

DEFENSE G UA Personal: Born in Orange, Calif…majoring in sociology…has one brother…parents 2012 8 11 are Brent and Kathy Evans of Tustin, Calif. 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL

A 6

TOTAL TFL 17 0.0

SACKS 0.0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

INT 0 29


PLAYER PROFILES

50

CALEN

FRIEL

GARCIAWILLIAMS

Offensive Line 6-2 320 Sophomore Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu Kailua HS

Linebacker 6-2 215 Sophomore Las Vegas, NV Palo Verde HS

2012 (Freshman): Suffered a season-ending knee injury during fall camp. 2011: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Kailua High School on O‘ahu…lettered four times in football, two in basketball and once in volleyball…did not play football in his senior year due to season-ending injury…ranked the 11th-best recruit in the state of Hawai‘i…also rated the 49th-best weakside defensive end in the country… competed in the H.U.B. Goodwill Hawai‘i Senior Bowl…named an all-star at the All-Poly Camp…member of 2009 state Division II championship basketball team. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…majoring in family resources...has six brothers and three sisters…parents are William and Joey Friel of Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu, and Bobby Joe Friel.

9

CHRIS

GANT

40

JERROL

Wide Receiver 6-0 185 Senior Long Beach, CA Moorpark College 2012 (Junior): Appeared in 11 games with three starts at receiver…led the team with three receiving touchdowns…was third with 22 receptions and fifth with 232 receiving yards…averaged 10.5 yards per reception…season-high four catches against New Mexico (Oct. 13) and at Air Force (Nov. 16)…scored touchdowns against Lamar (Sept. 15), Colorado State (Oct. 27) and South Alabama (Dec. 1)…season-high 46 receiving yards against New Mexico…made first career start at USC (Sept. 1)…saw first action as a kick returner at San Diego State (Oct. 6) with two returns for 56 yards.

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 11 games, making seven starts at “SAM” backer…started first career game at San Diego State (Oct. 6), beginning a streak of seven straight starts…finished the season with 33 total tackles, including 3.0 for loss (minus 11 yards)…had one sack against New Mexico (Oct. 13)… recovered a fumble, which he returned 12 yards for a touchdown at Colorado State (Oct. 27)…season-high seven tackles at Air Force (Nov. 16)…recorded five tackles, including one for loss at Fresno State (Nov. 3). Prep: A 2012 graduate of Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas, Nev…selected as the Northwest Division’s Defensive Player of the Year and first team all-state…tabbed by Rivals.com as the All-Southern Nevada 4A Defensive MVP while also earning a spot on Nevada’s All-State Prospect Team…mentioned among the “Other Top Players” in the all-Nevada football team selected by espn.com…helped Palo Verde to a pair of Northwest League titles and an appearance in the Sunset Region championship game...as a senior, finished with 84 tackles, seven sacks, two interceptions and two forced fumbles…also saw time at tight end and hauled in seven receptions for 148 yards and one touchdown…tallied 13 tackles and two fumble recoveries on defense and two catches for 72 yards and a touchdown as a junior...also a two-year letterwinner in track...a 2011 regional qualifier in the 100-meter event. Personal: Born in Wooster, Ohio...nickname is “J-dub”...major is undecided...has one younger brother and one younger sister...father, Jerrol, played linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers...parents are Jerrol Williams and Samatra Garcia of Las Vegas, Nev.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 7 at Air Force, 11/16/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.0, 2x, last at Fresno State, 11/3/12 Sacks: 1.0 vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 Interceptions: None

2011: Redshirted.

CAREER STATISTICS

Prior To UH: Played two years at Moorpark College in California…named to the 2010 JC Gridwire All-America first team…also named first team all-California Region V and first team All-Western State Conference…led all receivers in the Southern California Football Association with 81 receptions for 1,134 yards and 17 touchdowns in 10 games played in 2010…broke single-season school records for receptions and yards…had school-record 17 catches for 238 yards in a win at Chaffey College… broke 25-year-old school career records with 145 receptions for 1,945 yards and 33 touchdowns, the latter of which is believed to be a state record…as a freshman, tallied 64 catches for 811 yards and 16 touchdowns.

DEFENSE G UA A 2012 11 22 11

TOTAL TFL SACKS 33 3.0-11 1.0-6

PD 0

FF 0

FR 1

INT 0

Class of 2013 CHRIS GANT

Prep: A 2009 graduate of Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills, Calif....a three-year letterwinner in football...posted 41 catches for 1,036 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior en route to first-team all-league honors...averaged 25.3 yards per catch...helped lead team to 2008 league championship....also earned two varsity letters in basketball...school’s Offensive Player of the Year in both football and basketball as a senior...was inducted into the Ventura County Sports Hall of Fame. Personal: Born in Los Angeles, Calif...majoring in sociology...nickname is “King Gant”...has three brothers and one sister...parents are Charles Gant and Chrysette Bassey of Los Angeles, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 4, 2x, last at Air Force, 11/16/12 Yards: 46 vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 Touchdowns: 1, 3x, last vs. South Alabama, 12/1/12 Long: 34 vs. Boise State, 11/10/12

CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING 2012 30

GP 11

Rec 22

Yards 232

TD 3

Lg 34

R/G 2.0

Y/R 10.5

Y/G 21.1 2013 13 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL


PLAYER PROFILES

JOSH

GIST

16

Defensive Back 6-0 190 Senior Tega Cay, SC Greensboro College Prior To UH: Attended Greensboro College in North Carolina for one year…played wide receiver and was named special teams player of the week. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Fort Mill High School in South Carolina…lettered three years in football and twice in track and field…named all-region second team as a senior…recorded 75 tackles, including 15 against Clover High School, the defending 3A state champions…also had two interceptions against Northwestern High School…finished second in the region in the intermediate hurdles as a senior. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…intends to major in biology…has one brother…parents are Patrick and Darlene Gist of Tega Cay, S.C.

TAYLOR

GRAHAM

8

Prep: 2010 graduate of Hollywood Hills High School in Florida…rated as the 16thbest cornerback in the country by ESPN.com....listed as the 25th-best cornerback in the nation by Scout.com…ranked No. 40 cornerback in the nation and No. 72 player in Florida by Rivals.com…a SuperPrep All-Region pick…rated as the No. 110 player in the state of Florida…named to the PrepStar preseason All-America team and the SuperPrep preseason All-Region team...earned second-team all-Broward honors by the Miami Herald...ranked the No. 43 player in Florida by the Orlando Sentinel... participated in the Team USA vs. The World All-Star Game and the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl...recorded 64 tackles and five interceptions as a senior…totaled 41 tackles and five picks as a junior. Personal: Born in Davie, Fla...majoring in sociology...has three sisters...mother is Latonye Woods of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 8 vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.0 vs. UNLV, 11/24/12 Sacks: None Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE G UA 2012 11 17

A 7

TOTAL TFL SACKS 24 1.0-5 0.0

PD 5

FF 0

FR 0

INT 0

Quarterback 6-5 235 Junior Wheaton, IL Ohio State 2012: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Prior To UH: Attended Ohio State for two years… back-up quarterback in 2011…appeared briefly in one game vs. Akron (Sept. 7)… redshirted in 2010…member of the school’s Student-Athlete Advisory Board. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Wheaton North High School in Illinois…lettered in football and basketball…played in only five games during his senior season due to a knee injury…threw for 430 yards and two touchdowns…ranked as the No. 14 quarterback nationally, according to Rivals.com…played five games during his junior season, which was cut short by an ankle injury…passed for 950 yards and six touchdowns… member of the honor roll. Personal: Born in Columbus, Ohio…majoring in political science…has three younger sisters…father, Kent, played 11 seasons in the NFL and was a starting quarterback for the New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers…parents are Kent and Courtney Graham of Wheaton, Ill.

TONY

GRIMES

2

Defensive Back 6-0 175 Senior Davie, FL Arizona Western College 2012 (Junior): Made four starts and appeared in 11 games at cornerback…tallied 24 tackles, including 1.0 for loss…also had five pass breakups…season-high eight tackles against New Mexico (Oct. 13)…also recorded five tackles at BYU (Sept. 28)…posted three tackles, including one for loss, and one pass breakup in win over UNLV (Nov. 24). Prior To UH: Attended Arizona Western College in 2011…recorded 36 tackles, including six for loss, 11 pass breakups and four interceptions…also had one sack and scored a touchdown…tied for third in the league in interceptions...helped AWC finish No. 3 nationally…named first team all-Western States Football League...signed with Mississippi out of high school and played in 10 games as a true freshman for the Rebels…made one start in win over Kentucky…recorded 15 tackles and two pass breakups on the season. 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL LL

Class of 2013 TONY GRIMES 31


PLAYER PROFILES

TYLER

HADDEN Placekicker 5-11 180 Whittier, CA

27

Junior California HS

2012 (Sophomore): Made all 12 starts at placekicker and kickoff specialist…converted 13-of-21 field goals and all 29 PATs…selected as the MW’s Special Teams Player of the Week (Dec. 3) after connecting on three field goals of over 40 yards, a first for a UH kicker in a single-game since 1991…ranked second in the MW in field goals per game (1.08) and sixth in field-goal percentage (61.9)…also ranked fifth in scoring among kickers (5.7)…career-long 49-yard field goal against New Mexico (Oct. 13) and at Fresno State (Nov. 3)…made six of nine field goals of over 40 yards. 2011 (Freshman): Played in all 13 games as a kickoff specialist and placekicker… converted 5-of-10 field-goal attempts, including a 47-yarder at Idaho (Oct. 29)… ranked eighth in the WAC among kickers in scoring (2.5 points per game)…also made 18-of-21 extra-point attempts…had two touchbacks on kickoffs. 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of California High School in Whittier, Calif...earned three varsity letters in football...as a senior, converted 13-of-15 field goals with a long of 50 yards…registered a career-long punt of 61 yards...recorded 51 touchbacks for a 70-percent rate...set single-season records for field goals (13) and PATs (44)...also set new school marks for field goals (4) and PATs (8) in a game...named all-league as both a kicker and punter...named to the all-CIF Southeast Division first team, all-area first team and all-Mid-Valley first team…a 605 Classic all-star selection...part of two league championship squads...as a senior, helped team advance to the semifinals of the Southeast Division playoffs...rated as the No. 10 kicker in the nation and the No. 1 high school kicker in the state of California by Chris Sailer Kicking... participated in the National Kicking Camp and was selected to the “Top 12” in the seniors/junior college/transfers category…also a two-year letterwinner in soccer. Personal: Born in Whittier, Calif...majoring in sociology...has two older sisters... mother, Tammy, played collegiate softball for Cal State Fullerton...parents are Tim and Tammy Hadden of Whittier, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS Field Goals: 3 vs. South Alabama, 12/1/12 Field Goals Attempted: 4, vs. UNLV, 11/24/12 Long: 49 yds., 2x, last at Fresno State, 11/3/12 Touchbacks: 2, 5x, last at Colorado State, 10/27/12

G FG FGA 13 5 10 12 13 21 25 18 31

Lg Pct 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ XP XPA Pct. 47 50.0 2-2 2-4 1-3 0-1 18 21 85.7 49 61.9 4-4 3-6 6-9 0-2 29 29 100.0 49 58.1 6-6 5-10 7-12 0-3 47 50 94.0

SCOTT

HARDING

Wide Receiver 5-11 200 Junior Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Grammar School

29 Anglican Church

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 12 games with eight starts at “Z” receiver…team’s starting punt returner in all 12 games…also started the first three games at punter and holder…ranked second on the team with 20 receptions and second with 321 receiving yards…averaged a team-best 16.0 yards per reception… two touchdown receptions…ranked 13th nationally and second in the MW with a 12.8 return average…averaged 34.7 yards on 15 punts, including a long of 50 in the season-opener at USC (Sept. 1)…tallied three receptions for 75 yards and returned 69-yard punt 32

2011 (Freshman): Selected to the Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America first team and Yahoo! Sports Freshman All-America second team as a punt returner…played in 12 games at slot receiver and return specialist… caught six passes for 67 yards in his only action at slot receiver against UC Davis (Sept. 24)…team’s primary punt returner…returned 19 punts for 141 yards for an average of 7.4 yards per return, which ranked third in the WAC and 35th nationally…had a long of 24 yards against Utah State (Nov. 5)…returned 12 kicks for 253 yards for an average of 21.1 yards per return…also had a long of 37 yards against the Aggies. Prior To UH: Played six seasons in the Australian Football League, five with the Brisbane Lions and one with the Port Adelaide Power…drafted by Brisbane in 2005 out of local Brisbane club Morningside…played well in the 2006 NAB Cup which led to promotion to Brisbane…in final year with Brisbane, team advanced to the final series but lost in the first round…cut by Brisbane in 2009 but was later drafted by Port Adelaide...played two games with the Power. Prep: A 2004 graduate of Anglican Church Grammar School in Queensland…member of the Australian Rules Football National Team at the age of 15…also played for the Queensland State Team for the U16, U17 and U18 teams. Personal: Born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia…intends to major in business… has one brother and one sister...brother Justin is also an active Australian Rules Football player…father was a coach for Mt. Gravatt in the Australian Football League Queensland…parents are Russell and Tulanga Harding of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

CAREER HIGHS RECEIVING Receptions: 6, vs. UC Davis, 9/24/11 Yards: 80, vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 Touchdowns: 1, 2x, last vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 Long: 51, vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12

PUNT RETURNS Returns: 4, 2x, last vs. UNLV, 11/24/12 Yards: 96, vs. UNLV, 11/24/12 Touchdowns: 1, vs. UNLV, 11/24/12 Long: 69, vs. UNLV, 11/24/12

KICK RETURNS Returns: 3, at UNLV, 9/17/11 Yards: 59, at UNLV, 9/17/11 Long: 37, vs. Utah State, 11/5/11

PUNTING Punts: 7, at USC, 9/1/12 Yards: 260, at USC, 9/1/12 Avg.: 37.1, at USC, 9/1/12 Long: 50, at USC, 9/1/12

CAREER STATISTICS

CAREER STATISTICS KICKING 2011 2012 TOTALS

for touchdown against UNLV (Nov. 24)…selected to College Sports Madness allMW first team and Phil Steele’s all-MW second team as a punt returner…seasonhigh three receptions in five games…season-high 80 receiving yards and one touchdown against New Mexico (Oct. 13)…scored other touchdown in season-opener at USC (Sept. 1)…also saw time at kickoff returner with four returns for 72 yards… named to all-MW academic team.

RECEIVING 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP 12 12 24

Rec 6 20 26

Yards 67 321 388

TD 0 2 2

Lg 36 51 51

PUNT RETURNS G 2011 12 2012 12 TOTAL 24

No. 19 23 42

Yds 141 295 436

TD 0 1 1

Lg Avg/R Avg/G 24 7.4 11.8 69 12.8 24.6 69 10.4 18.2

KICK RETURNS G 2011 12 2012 12 TOTAL 24

No. 12 4 16

Yds 253 72 325

TD 0 0 0

Lg 37 32 37

PUNTING 2011 2012 TOTAL

No. 15 15

Yds 521 521

Lg 50 50

Avg. 34.7 34.7

G 12 12 24

R/G 0.5 1.7 1.1

Y/R 11.2 16.1 14.9

Y/G 5.6 26.8 16.2

Avg/R Avg/G 21.1 21.1 18.0 6.0 20.3 13.5 I20 2 2

50+ 1 1

TB 1 1

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JOHN

HARDYTULIAU

Defensive Back 5-11 180 Senior Temecula, CA Vista Murrieta HS 2012 (Junior): Appeared in all 12 games with 10 starts primarily at safety…made one start at cornerback…ranked fifth on the team with 42 total tackles, including 3.0 for loss, one sack and seven passes defended…tied for fifth in the MW with three interceptions…also recorded two blocked kicks…selected as the MW’s Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 26) after registering six tackles (five solo), two interceptions and two pass breakups in a win over UNLV (Nov. 24)…returned a pick 38 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter...season-high seven tackles with one sack and one interception at Fresno State (Nov. 3)…blocked a punt against Lamar (Sept. 15), which was picked up by a teammate and returned for a touchdown…also blocked a PAT against Nevada (Sept. 22)…had six tackles against BYU (Sept. 28). 2011 (Sophomore): Played and started in all 13 games at free safety…finished third on the team with 73 tackles, including 1.0 for loss…led the team with four blocked kicks…tied for team-lead with three interceptions… ranked second on team with 11 pass breakups…also tied for team-lead with three forced fumbles…ranked fifth in the WAC and 38th nationally with 14 passes defended…named to Phil Steele’s all-WAC second team…career-high 10 tackles including one sack at Nevada (Nov. 12)…also blocked a punt and recovered it in the end zone for a touchdown against the Wolf Pack…recorded seven tackles, one forced fumble and one interception at San Jose State (Oct. 14)…had 10 tackles along with two pass break-ups against Brigham Young (Dec. 3)…had six tackles, one interception and one blocked kick at Louisiana Tech (Oct. 1)…other blocked kicks occurred against New Mexico State (Oct. 22), which resulted in a touchdown, and Tulane (Nov. 26). 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 14 games with nine starts at nickelback...finished with 49 tackles, including 5.0 for loss...also had three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and three pass breakups...blocked field-goal attempt in the fourth quarter in win at Army (Sept. 11)...career-high eight tackles against Louisiana Tech (Oct. 2)...forced and recovered a fumble in the Charleston Southern (Sept. 25) and Idaho (Oct. 30) games…had seven tackles, one forced fumble and one pass breakup at Colorado (Sept. 18). Prep: A 2010 graduate of Visa Murrieta High School in Murrieta, Calif...earned three varsity letters in football...two-time, all-league performer…helped lead team to two league titles...as a senior, had league-leading 10 interceptions in 14 games and returned three for touchdowns…also had 65 tackles and five blocked kicks… named to MaxPrep’s All-California Division I second team and all-CIF Southern Section…also selected to Riverside Press-Enterprise all-area team and all-Inland Valley County…helped team finish with a perfect 10-0 league record…blocked 26 kicks during his varsity career, a new state record…also had 18 career interceptions, 140 career tackles, scored 10 touchdowns and set a school record with 38 career starts… competed in the Inland Empire All-Star Classic...an honor-roll student. Personal: Born in Whittier, Calif...majoring in kinesiology and recreation science... father, John Hardy, played college football at California and two seasons with the NFL’s Chicago Bears...has five brothers and two sisters...parents are Kenneth and Alisa Tuliau of Temecula, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 10, at Nevada, 11/12/11 Tackles For Loss: 1.0, 9x, last at Air Force, 11/16/12 Sacks: 1.0, at Fresno State, 11/3/12 Interceptions: 2, vs. UNLV, 11/24/12 Blocks: 1, 7x, last vs. Nevada, 9/22/12 Touchdowns: 1, 2x, last vs. UNLV, 11/24/12

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 14 13 12 39

UA 31 58 30 119

A 18 15 12 45

TOTAL 49 73 42 164

TFL SACKS 5.0-19 0.0 1.0-7 0.0 3.0-11 0.0 9.0-37 0.0

PD 3 14 6 23

FF 3 3 0 6

FR 2 0 0 2

INT 0 3 3 6

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PLAYER PROFILES

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JEREMY

HIGGINS

Quarterback 6-1 200 Junior Honolulu, O‘ahu Utah State 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in six games with one start at quarterback…made first career start at Air Force (Nov. 16) in which he completed 14-of-23 for 125 yards and one touchdown and led the team to its first opening-drive touchdown…finished the year 29-of-48 for 335 yards, one touchdown, one interception and a quarterback rating of 121.75…completed 60.4 percent of his passes…came off the bench and led the team to scoring drives against Fresno State (Nov. 3) and Boise State (Nov. 10)… was 4-of-5 for 56 yards and one rushing touchdown against the Bulldogs…in a quarter and a half against the Broncos, finished 11-of-17 for 154 yards and one interception. 2011: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Prior To UH: Attended Utah State in Logan, Utah, for one year...appeared briefly in two games as true freshman in 2010. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Saint Louis School in Honolulu, O‘ahu...a three-year letterwinner in football...earned second-team all-state accolades as a senior after throwing a total of 27 touchdowns and leading the state in passing yards (2,457) and efficiency (164.3)...selected to play in the Hawai‘i/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl... also selected as a Hawai‘i All-Star in leading team against the American Samoa All-Stars in the Samoa Bowl VII....a two-time, all-ILH selection...threw for 391 yards and six touchdowns in the 2009 season-opener...threw for 291 yards and accounted for five touchdowns in his debut at starting quarterback as a junior.

and 51 yards receiving and another score…had 97 yards on 14 carries against South Alabama (Dec. 1)…tied career-high with four receptions in season-opener at USC (Sept. 1)…completed a 50-yard pass to Billy Ray Stutzmann against South Alabama. 2011 (Freshman): Played in all 13 games including 11 starts at running back… led the team with 548 rushing yards on 110 carries...averaged 5.0 yards per carry… also rushed for seven touchdowns…had 20 receptions for 122 yards and one touchdown…rushed for a season-high 99 yards, along with 28 receiving yards, at Louisiana Tech (Oct. 1)…posted two rushing touchdowns each against San Jose State (Oct. 14), New Mexico State (Oct. 22) and Tulane (Nov. 26)…rushed for 81 yards on seven attempts and two scores at San Jose State…rushed for 91 yards and two scores against New Mexico State…had 63 rushing yards and career-high four receptions for 29 yards against Tulane. 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Fagaitua High School in American Samoa…lettered three years in football… played quarterback, free safety and linebacker…team went 21-2 in his final two seasons as team won back-to-back championships…named the Offensive Player of the Year and led Fagaitua to the national championship in 2007…participated in the Hawai‘i/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl…named the season MVP and the all-purpose player in 2009…scored 21 rushing touchdowns and had 16 touchdown passes with 980 yards as a senior…also played volleyball, soccer and rugby…was a member of the Lauli‘i “Moli ole Ava” rugby team …also a member of Lauli‘i Spikers volleyball. Personal: Born in American Samoa…given first name is Marvin…majoring in sociology…has two brothers and four sisters…has a son, Joey, Jr… parents are Lalomilo and Laine Iosefa of Pago Pago, American Samoa.

CAREER HIGHS

Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...majoring in psychology...older brothers Cameron and Zach played football at Weber State in Utah...Cameron, also a quarterback, was the 2008 Big Sky Conference Offensive Player of the Year...father, Jim, was a twoyear letterwinner at UH (1984-85)...parents are Jim and Anne Higgins of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

RUSHING Rushes: 22, at Colorado State, 10/27/12 Yards: 106, at Colorado State, 10/27/12 Long: 39, vs. New Mexico State 10/22/11 TDs: 2, 3x, last vs. Tulane, 11/26/11

CAREER HIGHS

CAREER STATISTICS

PASSING Yards: 154, vs. Boise State, 11/10/12 TDs: 1, at Air Force 11/16/12 Completions: 14, at Air Force, 11/16/12 Attempts: 23, at Air Force, 11/16/12 Long: 34, vs. Boise State, 11/10/12

RUSHING Rushes: 4, vs. Boise State, 11/10/12 Yards: 5, at Fresno State, 11/3/12 TDs: 1, at Fresno State, 11/3/12 Long: 5, at Fresno State, 11/3/12

CAREER STATISTICS PASSING G 2012 6

Att Cmp Int 48 29 1

RUSHING 2012

G 6

Att 8

Yds TD 335 1 Yds -32

Lg 34

TD 1

Pct Avg/P Avg/G Effic 60.4 7.0 55.8 121.8 Lg Avg/C Avg/G 5 -4.0 -5.3

JOEY

IOSEFA

Running Back 6-0 245 Junior Pago Pago, American Samoa

RUSHING 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 13 8 21

Att 110 125 235

Yds 548 463 1011

TD 7 1 8

Lg Avg/C Avg/G 39 5.0 42.2 25 3.7 57.9 39 4.3 48.1

RECEIVING 2011 2012 TOTAL

G 13 8 21

Rec 20 19 39

Yds 122 153 275

TD 1 1 2

Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 22 1.5 6.1 9.4 32 2.4 8.1 19.1 32 1.4 7.1 13.1

MARRELL

JACKSON

10

Defensive Back 6-0 185 Sophomore Miramar, FL Miramar HS

7 Fagaitua HS

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in eight games, making seven starts at running back…ranked second on the team with 463 yards rushing on 125 carries and one touchdown…averaged 3.7 yards per rush…also had 19 receptions for 153 yards and one score with an 8.1 yards-per-reception average…first career 100-yard rushing game at Colorado State (Oct. 27), finishing with 106 yards on 22 carries…also rushed 22 times at Air Force (Nov. 16)…totaled season-high 107 all-purpose yards and scored both touchdowns against UNLV (Nov. 24) with 56 yards rushing and one TD, 34

RECEIVING Receptions: 4, 2x, last at USC, 9/1/12 Yards: 51, vs. UNLV, 11/24/12 Long: 32, vs. UNLV, 11/24/12 TDs: 1, 2x, last vs. UNLV, 11/24/12

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in all 12 games making seven starts at free safety…shared the team lead in tackles with 56…also had one tackle for loss, five pass breakups, two quarterback hurries, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one blocked kick…made first career start against New Mexico (Oct. 13) which began a streak of seven consecutive starts to finish the season…posted team-high nine tackles in that game…career-high 12 tackles, including eight solo, at Air Force (Nov. 16)… also recovered a fumble against the Falcons…forced two fumbles, blocked one kick and recorded nine tackles at Colorado State (Oct. 27)…tallied nine tackles and three pass breakups against Boise State (Nov. 10)…had two pass breakups and one QB hurry against South Alabama (Dec. 1)…named to all-MW academic team. Prep: A 2012 graduate of Miramar High School in Florida...a four-year letterwinner in football...led the state and ranked in the top 10 nationally with 12 interceptions

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PLAYER PROFILES as a senior...returned three of those interceptions for touchdowns while also tallying 54 tackles at the safety position...recorded two interceptions each in wins against Blanche Ely and Boyd Anderson...was an honorable mention SI.com High School All-American...named to the all-Broward County first team and Class 8A all-state second team...led Miramar to the Class 8A state championship game...team was ranked as high as No. 3 nationally by USA Today...member of the Miramar squad that captured the Class 6A state championship game in 2009. Personal: Born in Miami, Fla...intends to major in sports management...has one older brother...parents are Mark Brooks and Valerie Jackson of Miami, Fla.

Tackles: 12, at Air Force, 11/16/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.0, Boise State, 11/10/12 Sacks: None Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS TOTAL TFL SACKS 56 1.0-2 0.0

PD 5

FF 2

DANTE

JOHNSON

FR 1

INT 0

20

Defensive Back 6-1 185 Sophomore Suwanee, GA North Gwinett HS

78

Offensive Line 6-5 275 Freshman East Palo Alto, CA Sacred Heart Prep 2012: Redshirted.

2011: Redshirted. Prep: A 2011 graduate of North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee, Ga…earned four letters in football and track and field, and one in wrestling…named all-region in football as a junior and senior…member of 4x400-meter relay team which placed fifth at the state meet in 2011…received the football team’s Kevin Maloof Award as a senior…recorded 40 tackles, including 10 for loss, one interception, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one touchdown as a senior…member of schoolrecord-holding sprint medley relay…part of 4x400-meter relay team which ranks second all-time…ranks third all-time in the 400-meters (50.9)…a GA athletic honorroll honorable mention…member of the NG Student Leadership team, Leadership Council and Student-Athlete Leadership team. Personal: Born in Anaheim, Calif…intends to major in biology…has two brothers and one sister…parents are Tyrone and Laurie Johnson of Suwanee, Ga.

DONNIE

Personal: Born in Fort Worth, Texas...full name is Mafileo Koloamatangi...intends to major in business...has one brother, Meffy, who is a Rainbow Warrior defensive lineman...uncle, Starling Latu, played for Oregon State...parents are Max Koloamatangi and Ofa Latu of East Palo Alto, Calif.

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STEVEN

LAKALAKA Running Back 5-10 240 Freshman Honolulu, O‘ahu Punahou School

2012 (Freshman): Member of the scout team.

KING, JR.

KOLOAMATANGI

Prep: A 2012 graduate of Sacred Heart Prep in Atherton, Calif…played on both the offensive and defensive lines…on defense, finished with 40 total tackles and one sack as a senior…on offense, selected to Cal-Hi Sports all-state Small Schools first team and MaxPreps Division III all-state first team…picked to the all-Daily News second team…named all-San Mateo County first team and all-Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division first team…ranked No. 19 in Oakland Tribune’s Cream of the Crop list of the Top 20 athletes in the Bay Area…also competed in track and field and was named first team all-league in 2011.

CAREER HIGHS

DEFENSE G UA A 2012 12 40 16

LEO

49

Wide Receiver 5-7 155 Junior Kapolei, O‘ahu Kapolei HS 2012 (Sophomore): Member of the scout team. 2011 (Freshman): Played in one game at slot receiver against UC Davis (Sept. 24)…did not record any statistics. 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Kapolei High School in Kapolei, O‘ahu…lettered two years in football…lined up at slot receiver, defensive back and kick returner…named team’s Offensive MVP as a senior….also lettered twice in wrestling…wrestled in the 145-lb division as a senior…captured OIA Red championship….finished as runnerup in the league and placed third in the HHSAA state championship. Personal: Born in Kapolei, O‘ahu…majoring in sociology…has four sisters and one brother…father is Donnie King, Sr., of Kapolei, O‘ahu.

2012: Redshirted. Prep: A 2012 graduate of Punahou School in Honolulu, O‘ahu… selected as the Gatorade Hawai‘i Football Player of the Year…rated as the No. 3 recruit in the state of Hawai‘i and 36th-best running back nationally by Rivals.com…picked as the No. 5 prospect in the state and No. 70 running back nationally by 247sports.com…rushed for 1,154 yards and 12 touchdowns on 218 carries as a senior, leading the Buffanblu to the HHSAA Division I state championship game…named to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser first team all-state as a junior and senior…a three-time, all-ILH pick and ILH Offensive Player of the Year in 2011…selected to all-Hawai‘i football team by espn.com…rushed for more than 100 yards four times, including a season-high 162 yards in a win over ‘Iolani…participated in the H.U.B. Goodwill Senior Bowl all-star game… as a junior, rushed for 771 yards on 152 carries and four touchdowns and caught 16 passes for 141 yards and a score...selected to Honolulu Star-Advertiser all-state third team…also named all-ILH as a sophomore…a multi-sport athlete who also competed in basketball, track and wrestling...a starter on the Buffanblu basketball squad that captured the 2012 HHSAA Division I state championship...a member of the National Honor Society, Medical Science Club and Young Life Club. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...intends to major in kinesiology...nicknames are “Laka” and “Laks”...has two younger brothers...parents are Ronley and Serena Lakalaka of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

MARCUS

LANGKILDE

38

Running Back 5-11 235 Senior Oxnard, CA Whittier College 2012: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Prior To UH: Attended Whittier College in California for two years...as a freshman, rushed 16 times for 71 yards and one touchdown...also caught three passes for 51 yards...appeared in eight games as a sophomore in 2010...carried the ball 40 times for 157 yards and one touchdown...also logged 10 receptions for 70 yards. Prep: A 2009 graduate of St. Bonaventure High School in Ventura, Calif....a three-sport athlete...lettered three years in football....starting fullback helped team to back-to-back Division III state championships....team also captured two Southern Section Northern Division titles...named second team all-Ventura County on offense...also lettered in volleyball and track and field.

Personal: Born in Ventura, Calif...majoring in history...cousin of current teammate Art Laurel and former Rainbow Warrior Clayton Laurel...has one older sister...parents are Alfred and Caroline Langkilde of Oxnard, Calif. 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL 35


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ART

LAUREL

Linebacker 6-0 235 Senior Wahiawā, O‘ahu Leilehua HS 2012 (Junior): Appeared and started 11 games at “SAM” or “WILL” backer…named to Phil Steele’s allMW third team…finished third on the team with 51 total tackles, including 13.5 for loss, four sacks, one pass breakup, and one forced fumble…tied for 31st nationally and first in the MW in tackles for loss…recorded seven tackles, including five for loss and two sacks against South Alabama (Dec. 1)…career-high 10 tackles at Air Force (Nov. 16)…finished with six tackles and one forced fumble at Colorado State (Oct. 27)...recorded sacks against Boise State (Nov. 10) and UNLV (Nov. 24). 2011 (Sophomore): Played in all 13 games, including 10 starts at linebacker and defensive end…finished fourth on the team with 61 total tackles…led the team with 14.5 tackles for loss and 9.0 sacks…also recorded one interception, three forced fumbles and five quarterback hurries…ranked third in the WAC and 24th nationally in sacks and fourth in the WAC and 55th nationally in tackles for loss…had five tackles and one interception against Colorado (Sept. 3)…recorded five tackles, along with two sacks and two quarterback hurries, at Louisiana Tech (Oct. 1)…set a career-high with seven tackles, including one sack, at San Jose State (Oct. 14)… also recorded seven tackles and one sack against Fresno State (Nov. 19)…had forced fumbles against UC Davis (Sept. 24), Utah State (Nov. 5) and at Nevada (Nov. 12). 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in five games as a linebacker and special teams member. 2009: Redshirted. Prep: A 2008 graduate of Leilehua High School in Wahiawā, O‘ahu...played two years of varsity football...helped lead Mules to the 2007 state championship....team also won league championship...earned first-team all-league and all-state honors as an outside linebacker....one of the top linebacker recruits in the state of Hawai‘i... also played three years of basketball...all-league in basketball as a junior and senior. Personal: Born in California...majoring in sociology...has one brother and two sisters...older brother Clayton is a former UH offensive lineman...cousin of current Rainbow Warrior Marcus Langkilde...parents are Art and Apollo Laurel of Wahiawā, O‘ahu.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 10, at Air Force, 11/16/12 Tackles For Loss: 5.0, vs. South Alabama, 12/1/12 Sacks: 2.0, 3x, last vs. South Alabama, 12/1/12 Interceptions: 1, vs. Colorado, 9/3/11

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G UA A 5 0 0 13 44 17 11 33 18 29 77 35

TOTAL TFL SACKS 0 0.0 0.0 61 14.5-80 9.0-61 51 13.5-53 4.0-35 122 28.0-130 13.0-96

PD 0 2 1 3

FF 0 3 1 4

FR 0 1 0 1

INT 0 1 0 1

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DAVE

LEFOTU

76

MAGGITT

Offensive Line 6-3 305 Junior Pearl City, O‘ahu Pearl City HS

Defensive Back 5-10 170 Junior Tacoma, WA Lakes HS

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 12 games making 11 starts, primarily at right guard…made one start at left guard. 2011 (Freshman): Played in 11 games on the offensive line, including seven starts at right guard. 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Pearl City High School on O‘ahu...competed in football, wrestling and track and field…a four-year starter for the Chargers in football...defensive captain as a freshman while starting at tackle...moved to offensive line as a junior and played on both sides of the ball as a senior…as a senior, named The Honolulu Advertiser Division II honorable mention all-state...also earned all-league honors and named team’s Offensive Player of the Year...rated No. 33rd-best recruit in the Northwest region…ranked 18th-best offensive guard in the country…named Most Improved Player at the 2008 Brian Derby Offensive Linemen Camp...lettered two years in track, participating in the shot put and discus...part of the 2008 wrestling squad that captured a division championship. Personal: Born in American Samoa...majoring in family resources...has one brother and two sisters...cousin of former Warrior defensive lineman John Fonoti and fellow 2010 recruits Kody Afusia and TJ Taimatuia... uncle Kili Lefotu played for the University of Arizona and the Washington Redskins...parents are Tulia and Peaoe Lefotu of Waipahu, O‘ahu.

FRANK

LOYD JR.

23

DEE

70

Offensive Line 6-3 285 Junior ‘Aiea, O‘ahu Moanalua HS 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in two games – Lamar (Sept. 15) and BYU (Sept. 28) – as a backup offensive lineman.

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 10 games with two starts at cornerback…finished the season with 12 total tackles, including 0.5 for loss, and three pass breakups…season-high three tackles against Boise State (Nov. 10)…had two PBUs along with two tackles against South Alabama (Dec. 1). 2011 (Freshman): Played in nine games, including one start at cornerback…totaled eight tackles, including season-high four against Fresno State (Nov. 19)…also recorded one pass breakup against the Bulldogs…had an interception against UC Davis (Sept. 24)…posted three tackles against Brigham Young (Dec. 3). 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Lakes High School in Lakewood, Wash...earned three varsity letters in football...led team to back-to-back league championships and a state semifinal appearance as a junior...a two-time 3A all-state selection as both a cornerback and punt returner...rated the 39th-best recruit in the Northwest region and the best cornerback in the state of Washington…competed in the Hawai‘i/PolynesiaMainland Bowl and had four pass breakups and two tackles…a three-year letterwinner in basketball...starting point guard for team that won two league titles...earned one letter in track as a member of the 4x100 relay team. Personal: Born in Oakland, Calif...given first name is FuDarrell...majoring in political science...has three sisters...parents are FuDarrell and Sherell Maggitt of Tacoma, Wash.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4, vs. Fresno State, 11/19/11 Tackles For Loss: 0.5, at BYU, 9/28/12 Sacks: None Interceptions: 1, vs. UC Davis, 9/24/11

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

TOTAL TFL SACKS 8 0.0 0.0 12 0.5-1 0.0 20 0.5-1 0.0

MARTIN

2010: Redshirted.

Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...majoring in business...has one brother and one sister...parents are Frank Loyd, Sr., and Talita Loyd of ‘Aiea, O‘ahu.

A 3 2 5

MICHAEL

2011 (Freshman): Appeared in one game on the offensive line against UC Davis (Sept. 24).

Prep: A 2010 graduate of Moanalua High School on O‘ahu...a two-year starter at left tackle…rated 30th-best recruit in the state of Hawai‘i and 99th in the Northwest…named all-state by both the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and The Honolulu Advertiser…all-OIA White Division…helped team to 2009 division title with a perfect 10-0 regular-season mark...competed in the H.U.B. Goodwill Hawai‘i Senior Bowl...a four-year honor-roll student...graduated magna cum laude.

G UA 9 5 10 10 19 15

PD 2 3 5

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

INT 1 0 1

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Defensive Back 6-0 195 Junior Honolulu, O‘ahu Mt. San Antonio College 2012: Redshirted...member of the scout team. Prior To UH: Attended Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif., for two seasons...as a freshman, played primarily on special teams for the 2010 squad that captured the national championship...limited to just one game as a sophomore due to injury...played on same 2011 squad as current Rainbow Warrior linebacker Julian Gener. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Saint Louis School in Honolulu...a two-year letterwinner in football...named all-ILH first team as a senior....posted 42 tackles and three interceptions, including one touchdown return ...member of 2007 Crusader squad that captured the ILH and advanced to the state championship game...high school teammate of current Rainbow Warriors Duke Bukoski, Ho‘oikaika Cavaco-Amoy, Jeremy Higgins, Moses Samia and Billy Ray Stutzmann...also a standout in track, earning three varsity letters...helped lead team to the 2009 state title...state runner-up in the 400-meters and a qualifier in the 200- and 4x400-meter relays. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...majoring in sociology...has one younger brother...parents are Derek and JoAnn Martin of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

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MARCUS

MALEPEAI

Defensive Line 6-1 275 Junior Honolulu, O‘ahu Radford HS 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 10 games as a defensive lineman…finished the season with 14 total tackles, including 1.5 for loss, 0.5 sack, one forced fumble and one quarterback hurry...career-high five tackles, including one for loss, and one forced fumble at Air Force (Nov. 16)…had three tackles at Fresno State (Nov. 3). 2011 (Freshman): Played in 11 games as a backup defensive tackle…totaled seven tackles, including 0.5 for loss.

as a defensive lineman as a senior…three-time all-league in football and track and field…earned school’s Most Athletic Award in 2009. Personal: Born in Lihu‘e, Kaua‘i…majoring in family resources…second cousin is former Warrior and NFL linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa…uncle is former Colorado Buffalo standout, the late Sal Aunese, whom he is named after…sister Gaylan (Ulu) is a signed recruit of the Rainbow Wahine softball team...cousin Jessica Iwata was a two-time All-American in softball for UH...has three sisters…parents are Aunese and Ieila Matagiese of Waimea, Kaua‘i.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4, 2x, last vs. South Alabama, 12/1/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.0, 2x, last vs. South Alabama, 12/1/12 Sacks: None Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS

2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Radford High School in Honolulu…lettered four years in football...a three-year starter at defensive end…also played offensive tackle…named to The Honolulu Advertiser Division II all-state first team and Honolulu Star-Bulletin all-state second team as a senior…anchored the defensive line for a Ram squad that advanced to Division II state championship game in 2008…also lettered two years each in basketball and track.

DEFENSE 2011 2012 TOTALS

G UA A 13 2 2 11 10 11 24 12 13

TOTAL TFL SACKS 4 0.0 0.0 21 2.0-4 0.0 25 2.0-4 0.0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 1 1

INT 0 0 0

Personal: Born in ‘Aiea, O‘ahu…majoring in family resources...cousin of the same name, Marcus Malepeai, also played for UH (1993-95)…has three sisters…parents are Ofati and Legalo Malepeai of ‘Aiea, O‘ahu.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 5, at Air Force, 11/16/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.0, at Air Force, 11/16/12 Sacks: 0.5, at BYU, 9/28/12 Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

G UA A 1 0 0 11 4 3 10 5 9 22 9 12

TOTAL 0 7 14 21

TFL SACKS 0.0 0.0 0.5-3 0.0 1.5-3 0.0 2.0-6 0.0

SIASAU

PD 0 0 0 0

MATAGIESE

FF 0 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0

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Defensive Line 6-2 300 Senior Waimea, Kaua‘i Portland State University 2012 (Junior): Appeared in 11 games with eight starts at defensive tackle…finished the season with 21 total tackles, including 2.0 for loss, one fumble recovery and one quarterback hurry…season-high four tackles against New Mexico (Oct. 13) and South Alabama (Dec. 1)…recovered a fumble at Colorado State (Oct. 27)…one quarterback hurry against Lamar (Sept. 15)…also returned two kickoffs for 12 yards against Nevada (Sept. 22). 2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 13 games as a backup defensive lineman… recorded four tackles…season-high two tackles at Nevada (Nov. 12). 2010: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Prior To UH: Attended Portland State for one year…played defensive end…named to academic all-Big Sky team…had 26 tackles, including 2.5 for loss, and one forced fumble. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Waimea High School on Kaua‘i…lettered three years in football and track and field, and once each in basketball and paddling…member of three-time KIF football championship teams…also won individual league championship in the shot put in 2008 and ’09…named second team Division II all-state 38

Class of 2013 SIASAU MATAGIESE

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MIKE

MILOVALE Offensive Line 6-3 310 Senior Seaside, CA Hartnell College

2012 (Junior): Appeared in 11 games, making nine starts primarily at right tackle…also made two starts at left guard…named to all-MW academic team. Prior To UH: A two-year starter at Hartnell College in Salinas, Calif…rated as the No. 10 offensive guard nationally in junior college by 247sports.com…as a sophomore, was named to the 2011 CCCAA Region 1-II all-state team, while also earning all-conference honors...received Hartnell’s Offensive Lineman MVP award…helped team win the Coast Conference championship and earn a bowl berth…anchored an offense that rushed for 166.3 yards per game and aided a running back that broke a 40-year-old school rushing record. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Monterey High School in California…as a senior, was presented Monterey Bay League’s co-Outstanding Offensive Lineman award…also named all-league first team…named the team’s HOG of the Year...a team captain...a three-sport athlete who also competed in basketball and volleyball…helped team win league titles in all three sports, including a football title as a junior...attended Monterey for junior and senior years…prior to that, attended Fagaitua High School in Pago Pago, American Samoa, where he was a teammate of current UH running back Joey Iosefa.

Class of 2013 MIKE MILOVALE

JASON

MURAOKA

Personal: Born in Fafa‘alu, American Samoa...full name is Michael-Anthony Filimaua Milovale...nickname is “Big Mike”...majoring in sociology...has one brother and one sister...parents are Pio and Tiffany Milovale of Seaside, Calif.

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HAROLD

MOLENI Tight End 6-2 255 Sophomore West Valley City, UT Hunter HS

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 11 games and made one start at tight end…had one reception for 16 yards against New Mexico (Oct. 13)…named to all-MW academic team. Prior To UH: Served a two-year church mission from 2009-11 in Spokane, Wash. Prep: A 2008 graduate of Hunter High School in West Valley City, Utah…school’s all-time receptions leader…became the first player in Hunter history to start every game for three years in a row…a two-year 5A all-state second team and all-region selection…named team’s offensive MVP and the region’s Tight End of the Year as a senior....also awarded as Hunter’s 2007-08 Athlete of the Year...multi-sport athlete who played three seasons of basketball...named the team’s MVP and was all-region honorable mention as a senior...also played rugby for the Highland Rugby Club, considered the premier high school rugby program in the nation...member of Highland’s national championship teams in 2008 and ’09.

Running Back 5-7 185 Sophomore Honolulu, O‘ahu Franklin College 2012: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Prior To UH: Attended Franklin College in Indiana for one year...appeared in six games during the 2011 season for the Division III Grizzlies... had 23 carries for 84 yards and one touchdown...also had one reception for seven yards. Prep: A 2011 graduate of Kamehameha Schools-Kapālama in Honolulu...earned two varsity letters in football...member of the Warrior squad that captured the 2009 Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association state championship... team also captured the Interscholastic League of Honolulu title that year...appeared in eight games with 44 carries for 272 yards and two TDs...enjoyed best game versus Damien, posting 10 carries for 94 yards and two TDs... as a senior, tallied 29 carries for 145 yards and two TDs...high school teammate of fellow Rainbow Warriors Kiha Sai and Beau Yap...an honor-roll student. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...intends to major in family resources...has one younger sister...parents are Yoshi and Julie Muraoka of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

RYAN

PASOQUEN

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Leilehua High School in Wahiawā, O‘ahu…lettered four years in football…member of OIA Red West championship team as a senior…named second team all-state and first team all-OIA Red West…team captain as a senior and recorded 44 tackles, eight interceptions, four forced fumbles, four fumbles recovered and 12 pass breakups…member of the honor roll.

CAREER STATISTICS GP 11

2012 (Freshman): Suffered a season-ending knee injury during fall camp. 2011: Redshirted.

Receptions: 1, vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 Yards: 16, vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 Touchdowns: None Long: 16, vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12

RECEIVING 2012

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Defensive Back 6-0 190 Sophomore Wahiawā, O‘ahu Leilehua HS

Personal: Born in Hamilton, New Zealand...major is undecided...is married to the former Sheriann Decker...has six brothers and four sisters...older brothers Fisi (Utah), Stanley (BYU and Utah) and Pate Moleni (Utah and Weber State) all played college football...parents are Fisi and Rangi Moleni of West Valley City, Utah.

CAREER HIGHS

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Rec 1

Yards 16

TD 0

Lg 16

R/G 0.1

Y/R 16.0

Y/G 1.5

Personal: Born in Wahiawā, O‘ahu…intends to major in kinesiology…has one brother…parents are Paul and Deborah Pasoquen of Wahiawā, O‘ahu.

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NE’QUAN

PHILLIPS

Personal: Born in Santa Rosa, Calif...majoring in political science...has two brothers and two sisters...parents are Raymond and Lourdes Luna of Temecula, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS

Defensive Back 5-9 185 Sophomore Miami, FL Southridge HS

Tackles: 6, vs. Nevada, 9/22/12 Tackles For Loss: 1, 3x, last at San Diego State, 10/6/12 Sacks: 1.0, 2x, last at San Diego State, 10/6/12 Inteceptions: None

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in all 12 games with five starts at cornerback…finished the season with 25 total tackles, including 2.0 for loss, two interceptions, two pass breakups and one fumble recovery…season-high six tackles against Nevada (Sept. 22)…recorded the team’s first interception of the season against BYU (Sept. 28)…also had an interception against South Alabama (Dec. 1)…scooped up a blocked punt and returned it 21 yards for a touchdown against Lamar (Sept. 15)… recovered a fumble in season-opener at USC (Sept. 1)…also had three tackles and two pass breakups against the Trojans. Prep: A 2012 graduate of Southridge High School in Miami, Fla… named to the Miami Herald all-Dade first team…recorded 60 tackles, two sacks, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries…also saw time at running back and had 25 carries for 174 yards rushing and four receptions for 55 yards…helped team advance to the 4-8A championship game…also part of two district championship squads...participated in the Nike Miami-Dade vs. South Florida Challenge all-star game...ranked as the No. 80 cornerback nationally and No. 122 prospect in the state of Florida. Personal: Born in Milwaukee, Wis...major is undecided...has one brother and one sister...mother is Shastaa Phillips of Miami, Fla.

Tackles: 6, vs. Nevada, 9/22/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.0, 2x, last at BYU, 9/28/12 Sacks: None Interceptions: 1, 2x, last vs. South Alabama, 12/1/12 Touchdowns: 1 vs. Lamar, 9/15/12

CAREER STATISTICS A 7

TOTAL TFL SACKS 25 2.0-9 0.0

PD 4

BUBBA

FF 0

POUEU-LUNA

FR 1

INT 2

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Wide Receiver 5-11 175 Junior Temecula, CA Great Oak HS

G UA 7 0 7 10 14 10

A 2 5 7

TOTAL TFL SACKS 2 0.0 0.0 15 3.5-22 0.0 17 3.5-22 0.0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

JORDAN

PU‘U-ROBINSON

FR 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0

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Tight End 6-4 255 Senior Wailuku, Maui Washington State 2012 (Junior): Appeared in two games, starting one at defensive tackle, before suffering a hand injury against San Diego State (Oct. 6)…finished the year with three tackles, including two against the Aztecs.

Prep: A 2009 graduate of Baldwin High School in Wailuku, Maui...a two-year letterwinner in football...named team captain for head coach A.J. Roloos...played both defensive end and tight end...garnered all-state honors...named first team all-MIL... rated No. 54 on Scout.com’s Northwest Hot 100...rated No. 14 amongst tight ends in the West by Scout.com...played junior season at Kamehameha Schools-Maui...started at both tight end and quarterback...garnered second-team all-Maui Interscholastic League honors. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...majoring in communicology...has two younger brothers...parents are Keaka Robinson of Kahalui, Maui and Leslie Pu‘u-Robinson of Wailuku, Maui.

KIHA

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in seven games with one start at strong safety…made first career start in seasonopener against USC (Sept. 1)…finished the season with 15 total tackles, including 3.5 for loss, and two sacks…season-high six tackles, including one for loss, against Nevada (Sept. 22)…had one sack each against Lamar (Sept. 15) and San Diego State (Oct. 6)…tallied three tackles each against USC and SDSU. 2011 (Freshman): Appeared in seven games on special teams…recorded one tackle at Idaho (Oct. 29) and one tackle at Nevada (Nov. 12). 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Great Oak High School in Temecula, Calif...earned three varsity letters in football...a two-way player, lining up at quarterback and safety as a junior…played exclusively at quarterback as a senior en route to first-team all-CIF, all-valley and all-league honors…threw for more than 1,700 yards, rushed for 754 yards and accounted for 32 touchdowns in 15 games in 2009…helped lead school to first-ever state playoff appearance...also ran track for four years, earning all-league and all-valley first-team honors as a junior and senior...set the school record in the 200-meter dash, finishing in 21.64 seconds…ran anchor leg of 4x100-meter and 4x400-meter relay teams…member of school- and Inland Valley record-holding 4x100 relay team (42.03)...named county Athlete of the Year. 40

DEFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

Prior To UH: Attended Washington State University in Pullman, Wash., for three years...redshirted in 2009 and missed the entire 2010 season due to injury...saw first action in 2011, appearing in 10 games, while making two starts...made nine tackles, five solo, and recorded a fumble..made first collegiate start and recorded a season-high four tackles against No. 7 Stanford...also started in Apple Cup versus Washington.

CAREER HIGHS

DEFENSE G UA 2012 12 18

CAREER STATISTICS

SAI

57

Offensive Line 6-3 305 Freshman Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu Kamehameha Schools-Kapālama 2012: Redshirted. Prep: A 2012 graduate of Kamehameha SchoolsKapalama on O‘ahu… a four-year varsity letterman and three-year starter...played both guard and tackle on the offensive line…named to Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s all-state third team and second team all-ILH as a senior…picked to the all-Hawai‘i football team by espn.com...ranked as the No. 3 prospect in the state of Hawai‘i by ESPNU…rated the third-best prospect in the state and 38th-best offensive guard nationally by Rivals.com...ranked No. 3 recruit in the state and No. 51 offensive tackle by 247sports.com…rated No. 2 recruit in the state in 2011 ESPNU preseason rankings...member of the 2009 Warrior squad that captured the Division I state championship....participated in the H.U.B. Goodwill Senior Bowl all-star game...also lettered twice in track and field...an all-state performer in the shot put and discus. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...full given name is Kiha‘akeanu...nickname is “Teeny”...intends to major in sociology...older brother Kapua is a former Utah Ute and former Warrior offensive lineman...also related to former UH defensive linemen Haku Correa and La‘anui Correa...parents are Keanu and Kina Sai of Kane‘ohe, O‘ahu.

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SAMIA

Defensive Line 6-1 300 Junior ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu Saint Louis School 2012 (Sophomore): Started the first two games of the season at defensive tackle before suffering a seasonending injury against Lamar (Sept. 15)…recorded one tackle in the season-opener against USC (Sept. 1). 2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 12 games as a defensive lineman…finished season with 11 tackles, including 0.5 for loss…also had one pass breakup at San Jose State (Oct. 14)…season-high three tackles each at UNLV (Sept. 17) and against Brigham Young (Dec. 3). 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Saint Louis School in Honolulu, O‘ahu...three-year varsity letterman…played defensive end…two-time first team all-ILH and The Honolulu Advertiser all-state honorable mention as a junior…also earned all-league honors twice...member of 2007 squad that captured league championship and finished as state runner-up…invited to play in Samoa Bowl…competed in the H.U.B. Goodwill Senior Bowl…also played baseball, starting four years at catcher...earned all-state and all-league honors twice…a scholar-athlete. Personal: Born in ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu...majoring in sociology...has one brother and two sisters...parents are Jerry and Yvonne Samia of ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu.

Tackles: 3, 2x, last vs. BYU, 12/3/11 Tackles For Loss: 0.5, vs. BYU, 12/3/11 Sacks: None Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS G UA 12 3 2 0 14 3

A 8 1 9

TOTAL TFL SACKS 11 0.5-0 0.0 1 0.0 0.0 12 0.5-0 0.0

ALLEN

CAREER HIGHS RECEIVING Receptions: 5, vs. UC Davis, 9/24/11 Yards: 73, vs. UC Davis, 9/24/11 Long: 31, vs. vs. UC Davis, 9/24/11 TDs: 1, 2x, last vs. New Mexico State, 10/22/11

KICKOFF RETURNS Returns: 5 vs. Tulsa, 12/24/10 Yards: 106 vs. Tulsa, 12/24/10 Long: 30 at Army, 9/11/10 TDs: None

CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP 13 7 20

Rec 1 18 19

Yards -2 186 184

TD 0 2 2

Lg 0 31 31

R/G 0.1 2.6 0.9

KICK RETURNS G 2010 13 2011 7 TOTAL 20

No. 15 2 17

Yds 304 42 346

TD 0 0 0

Lg Avg/R Avg/G 30 20.3 23.4 25 21.0 6.0 30 20.4 17.3

CEEJAY

SANTOS

Y/R -2.0 10.3 9.7

Y/G -0.2 26.6 9.2

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Placekicker 6-1 205 Sophomore Wailuku, Maui Weber State 2012: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Prior To UH: Played freshman season at Weber State in Ogden, Utah…saw action in nine games as a true freshman…was WSU’s primary kicker for kickoffs and recorded 50 kickoffs during the season...totaled 3,151 kickoff yards for an average of 63 yards per kickoff...had eight touchbacks on the year...earned Big Sky academic all-conference honors.

CAREER HIGHS

DEFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

Personal: Born in Tampa, Fla...majoring in interdisciplinary studies...parents are James and Alleen Reid of Tampa, Fla.

PD 1 0 1

SAMPSON

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0

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Wide Receiver 5-7 155 Junior Tampa, FL Plant HS 2012: Redshirted.

2011 (Sophomore): Played in seven games, including four starts at slot receiver…caught 18 passes for 186 yards…also returned two kickoffs for 42 yards…had five catches for 73 yards and a touchdown against UC Davis (Sept. 24). 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 13 games as a kick returner…averaged 20.3 yards on 15 returns...had a long of 30 yards at Army (Sept. 11)...returned five kickoffs for 106 yards against Tulsa (Dec. 24) in the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl.

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Baldwin High School in Wailuku, Maui...a three-sport athlete... earned four letters in football...a three-time all-MIL first-team pick...earned all-state firstteam honors as a senior...recorded field goals of 50, 51 and a career-best 53 yards, the three longest field goals in MIL history...also played receiver as a senior, catching 15 passes for 151 yards and four touchdowns...returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown...part of four consecutive league championship teams...also earned four letters in baseball...a two-time all-MIL first-team selection and the 2011 MIL batting champion...team won two league championships and was the state runner-up in 2010...also played one season of soccer. Personal: Born in Wailuku, Maui... plans on majoring in business ….has one older brother...mother is Wendy Inouye of Kihei, Maui.

SEAN

SHIGEMATSU U

68

Offensive Line 6-5 290 Junior Kapa‘a, Kaua‘i Kapa‘a HS

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in seven games with five starts at right tackle…named to all-MW academic team. 2011 (Freshman): Played and started in first two games of the season against Colorado (Sept. 3) and Washington (Sept. 10)…suffered season-ending leg injury during UW game.

2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Plant High School in Tampa, Fla...key member of twotime state championship teams…lined up at wide receiver, defensive back and kick Prep: A 2010 graduate of Kapa‘a High School on Kaua‘i...a four-sport athlete…lettered returner...squad won the 4A state championship in 2008 and the 5A title in 2009... in football, basketball, volleyball and track...played two seasons of varsity football... earned all-state honors twice...as a senior, caught 56 passes for 867 yards and 11 named The Honolulu Advertiser Division II all-state honorable mention in 2009…also touchdowns…named to the all-county first team…as a junior, hauled in 49 catches selected all-league first team…an All-Poly Camp all-star...a two-time all-league perfor 788 yards and 11 touchdowns and was named to the all-state second team… former in volleyball while playing middle blocker...named league MVP as a senior...also averaged 31.6 yards on kickoff returns and 14.8 yards on punt returns in 2009… earned all-league honors for basketball while playing center...an honor-roll student. combined for 16 career touchdowns on kickoff and punt returns...a three-time allPersonal: Born in Kapa‘a, Kaua‘i...majoring in sociology...has two sisters...father, Delroy, league selection as a kick returner...a four-year letterwinner in track, participating in played football for UNLV...parents are Delroy and Cindy Shigematsu of Kapa‘a, Kaua‘i. the 200- and 400-meters...runs 40-yard dash in 4.38 seconds. 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL 41


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SCHROEDER

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STUTZMANN

Quarterback 6-3 200 Senior Laguna Niguel, CA Duke

Wide Receiver 6-0 185 Senior Honolulu, O‘ahu Saint Louis School

2012 (Junior): Started 11 of 12 games at quarterback… completed 175-of-344 for 1,878 yards, 11 touchdowns and 12 interceptions…completed 50.9 percent of his attempts and finished with a quarterback rating of 100.31…sixth in the MW in passing yards per game (156.5) and passing efficiency, and seventh in total offense (142.4)… five games with more than 200 yards passing, including career-best 272 yards (20-of42) against New Mexico (Oct. 13)…first career start in season-opener at USC (Sept. 1) and finished 24-of-39 for 208 yards and one touchdown…career-best three TD passes in victory over Lamar (Sept. 15)…led team to a 3-8 record as a starter…passed for 234 yards (22-of-40) and two scores against Nevada (Sept. 22)…threw for 200 yards and one TD and rushed for another score at Colorado State (Oct. 27)…passed for at least one TD in eight of 12 games…one of four team captains. Prior To UH: Attended Duke University for three years…graduated with a degree in political science…redshirted in 2009…did not see game action in 2010 or ’11 seasons. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Dana Hills High School in California…a three-year letterman in football…ranked as the 29th-best quarterback in the nation by ESPN.com... listed as the 39th-best quarterback in the country by Scout.com...rated as the 42ndbest pro-style quarterback in the nation by Rivals.com...a three-time all-South Coast League selection...as a senior, completed 175-of-267 for 2,826 yards with 31 TDs and eight INTs and a completion percentage of 65.6...threw for 390 yards (14-of-20) and five touchdowns against El Modena…completed 17-of-24 for 322 yards and six touchdowns versus Capistrano Valley...all-Far West Region pick by SuperPrep... in junior season, earned all-league honors after leading Orange County in completion percentage after connecting on 126-of-189 for 66.7 percent...as a sophomore, completed 142-of-225 for 1,523 yards and 11 TDs on 63.1 percent...a two-year team captain...established all game, season and career passing records at Dana Hills. Personal: Born in Laguna Niguel, Calif…sister, Samantha, played softball at Elon University…parents are Scott and Maureen Schroeder of Laguna Niguel, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS PASSING Yards: 272, vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 TDs: 3, vs. Lamar, 9/15/12 Completions: 24, vs. USC, 9/1/12 Attempts: 46, at Colorado State, 10/27/12 Long: 51, vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12

RUSHING Rushes: 11, at USC, 9/1/12 Yards: 17, at Air Force, 11/16/12 TDs: 1, at Colorado State, 10/27/12 Long: 17, at Colorado State, 10/27/12

CAREER STATISTICS PASSING G 2012 12

Att Cmp Int Yds TD 344 175 12 1878 11

RUSHING 2012

G 12

Att 54

Yds -169

TD 1

Lg 51

Pct Avg/P Avg/G Effic 50.9 10.7 156.5 100.3 Lg Avg/C Avg/G 17 -3.1 -14.1

5

BILLY RAY

2012 (Junior): Appeared in 10 games with seven starts at both “X” and “Z” receiver…team’s leading receiver in receptions (35) and yards (447)…averaged 12.8 yards per catch…ranked 10th in the MW in both receptions per game (3.5) and receiving yards per game (44.7)…missed two games due to injury…caught a pass in all 10 games played and 23 straight dating back to his freshman season of 2010…seasonhigh 88 yards receiving on five catches, including a 50-yard pass play from running back Joey Iosefa, against South Alabama (Dec. 1)…season-high six receptions in consecutive weeks against San Diego State (Oct. 6) and New Mexico (Oct. 13). 2011 (Sophomore): Named to Phil Steele’s all-WAC second team…played and started in all 13 games at slot receiver…led the team in catches with 78…finished second on the team in receiving with 910 yards…also had four receiving touchdowns…ranked fifth in the WAC and 36th nationally in receptions per game (6.0) and was seventh in the WAC and 58th nationally in receiving yards per game (70.0)…set career-highs with nine catches for 136 yards at UNLV (Sept. 17)… caught seven balls for 104 yards at San Jose State (Oct. 14)…had eight catches, including one touchdown, and matched his career-high with 136 yards receiving against Fresno State (Nov. 19)…also had eight catches against UC Davis (Sept. 24) and at Idaho (Oct. 29). 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 12 games, making two starts at wide receiver… totaled 13 catches for 130 yards with one touchdown…career-high five catches for 60 yards against Louisiana Tech (Oct. 2)...scored only touchdown, a 16-yard pass from Bryant Moniz, against Charleston Southern (Sept. 25)...had three catches for 23 yards against Tulsa (Dec. 24) in the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl. 2009: Redshirted. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Saint Louis School in Honolulu...earned three varsity letters in football...named one of the top 100 players in the Northwest…ranked the sixth-best recruit from the state of Hawai‘i…a three-time all-state and all-league selection...named to The Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Star-Bulletin all-state first teams as a senior…earned second-team all-state honors from the Honolulu StarBulletin and honorable-mention all-state from The Honolulu Advertiser as a junior… helped lead Crusaders to back-to-back league titles and state championship game appearances in 2006 and ’07...finished his career with 115 receptions for 1,686 yards and 18 touchdowns…played in the inaugural Hawai‘i/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl in 2008...also earned three letters in track...won the 2007 league title in the 100-meters and 200-meters in track…finished third in the state in 200-meters the same year...an all-state selection in 2006...an honor-roll student. Personal: Born in Garden City, N.Y...nickname is “Stutz”...majoring in psychology...older brother Craig is a former Warrior receiver...parents are William and Ramona Stutzmann of Honolulu.

CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 9, at UNLV, 9/17/11 Yards: 136, 2x, last vs. Fresno State, 11/19/11 Long: 69, vs. Fresno State, 11/19/11 Touchdowns: 1, 5x, last vs. Fresno State, 11/19/11

CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP 12 13 10 35

Rec 13 78 35 126

Yards 130 910 447 1487

TD 1 4 0 5

Lg 22 69 50 69

R/G 1.1 6.0 3.5 3.6

Y/R 10.0 11.7 12.8 11.8

Y/G 10.8 70.0 44.7 42.5

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TJ

3

TAIMATUIA Linebacker 6-3 250 Junior Fagasa, American Samoa

IUTA

TEPA Defensive Line 6-2 250 Senior Long Beach, CA UCLA

Artesia HS

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 12 games at middle linebacker…started the first four games of the season…finished the season with 33 total tackles, including 2.5 for loss, one quarterback hurry and two pass breakups…season-high five tackles each against Nevada (Sept. 22) and BYU (Sept. 28)…recorded one tackle for loss, one QB hurry and one pass breakup along with three tackles against Boise State (Nov. 10). 2011 (Freshman): Played in 11 games, mainly on special teams and as a backup linebacker…finished with one sack and one fumble recovery, both against UC Davis (Sept. 24). 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Artesia High School in Lakewood, Calif...earned three varsity letters...started all three seasons at linebacker...a two-time all-league and allCIF Southern Section first-team selection…as a senior, recorded 115 tackles and six sacks…as a junior, tallied 124 tackles, including 19 for loss, 10 sacks and six forced fumbles…selected as league’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2008...also lettered in track, competing in the 200-meter, 400-meter and relay events...nominated for the Lakewood High School Hall of Fame. Personal: Born in Fagasa, American Samoa...majoring in sociology...related to former UH defensive lineman and current San Francisco 49er Isaac Sopoaga...has four brothers and two sisters...parents are Fuatai and Joann Taimatuia of Fagasa, American Samoa.

2012: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Prior To UH: Attended the University of California at Los Angeles...appeared in 21 career games in three seasons... in 2011, played in all 13 games for a squad that appeared in the Pac-12 championship and the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl... recorded 19 tackles, 4.0 for loss, one sack and one fumble recovery...as a sophomore in 2010, appeared in first three games of the year before suffering a season-ending injury... saw action in five games as a true freshman in 2009...an honor-roll student in 2010. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Long Beach Poly in California...a four-year letterwinner in football...rated No. 3 defensive end in the state of California and No. 5 in the West by scout.com...ranked No. 40 nationally among defensive ends by scout.com...rated No. 78 defensive end by ESPNU...member of scout.com California 101 (No. 44)...named SuperPrep All-Far West No. 51 prospect...rated No. 63 California prospect by rivals. com...rated No. 39 strongside defensive end by rivals.com...as a senior, tallied 107 tackles, including 16 sacks and 19 tackles for loss, while serving as team captain...helped Long Beach Poly to back-to-back CIF-SS Pac-5 titles...squad also reached the California State Open Division title game...selected first team All-America by MaxPreps...a PrepStar All-West Region selection...named all-state first team by MaxPreps, CalHiSports. com and GoldenStatePreps.com...named CIF-SS Pac-5 Division first team and firstteam all-league...tabbed L.A.Times Lineman of the Year...also named to the L.A. Times Dream Team...named Moore League Defensive Lineman of the Year...graduated with honors...high school teammate of fellow Rainbow Warrior George Daily-Lyles. Personal: Born in Long Beach, Calif...majoring in sociology...has one brother and one sister...parents are Iuta and Alameda Tepa of Long Beach, Calif.

HUNTER

CAREER HIGHS

THOMSON

Tackles: 5, 2x, last at BYU, 9/28/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.0, 3x, last vs. Boise State, 11/10/12 Sacks: 1.0, vs. UC Davis, 9/24/11 Interceptions: None

G UA 11 1 12 24 23 25

A 0 9 9

TOTAL 1 33 34

TFL SACKS 1.0-16 1.0-16 2.5-4 0.0 3.5-20 1.0-16

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Defensive Line 6-2 245 Freshman Waialua, O‘ahu Waialua HS

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

99

PD 0 2 2

FF 0 0 0

FR 1 0 1

INT 0 0 0

2012: Redshirted. Prior To UH: Did a two-year church mission in Mesa, Ariz. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Waialua High School on O‘ahu…earned three letters while playing both offensive and defensive line…named to the Northwest Hot 100 by Scout.com…participated in the 2008 HUB Goodwill Senior Bowl. Personal: Born in Waialua, O‘ahu…major is undecided…has four brothers and one sister…parents are Mark and Susan Thomson of Waialua, O‘ahu.

BRENDEN

URBAN

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Offensive Line 6-1 295 Sophomore Littleton, CO Adams State 2012: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Prior To UH: Played one season at Adams State University in Alamosa, Colo.

Class of 2013 BILLY RAY STUTZMANN

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Chatfield High School in Littleton, Colo…a two-year letterwinner in football…twice named all-league while lining up at offensive tackle…earned second-team honors as a senior and tabbed honorable mention as a junior…also lettered in wrestling and track.

Personal: Born in Littleton, Colo…intends to major in pre-law…has one brother and two sisters…parents are Jason Wright and Mary Ann Urban of Littleton, Colo. 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBAL FOOTBALL 43


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JOE

UGLIETTO Placekicker 5-11 170 Belmont, MA

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VELE’S CAREER STATISTICS RECEIVING 2012

GP 11

Rec 2

Prior To UH: Played 2011 season at Colgate University in Hamilton, N.Y…started all 11 games as a true freshman…converted 7-of-10 field goals and 28-of-32 PATs...nailed all three of his attempts of 40 yards or longer, including a career 43-yard field goal...finished the season with 49 points...also handled the team’s kickoff duties... recorded 24 kickoffs for 1,220 yards... named the Patriot League Special Teams Player of the Week after converting a pair of field goals in a win over Lehigh...also selected as the team’s special teams player of the year at season’s end. Prep: A 2011 graduate of The Governor’s Academy in Byfield, Mass…lettered three years for the Govs…played at kicker and punter...an all-league selection...averaged 36.0 yards per punt and made 23-of-25 extra-point attempts as a senior...ranked No. 1 kicker in the state by ESPN.com...also lettered three years in hockey and once in lacrosse. Personal: Born in Boston, Mass…intends to major in international business and finance...has two brothers...parents are Charles and Robin Uglietto of Belmont, Mass.

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Y/G 0.4

17

Linebacker 6-0 220 Sophomore Honolulu, O‘ahu Farrington HS 2012 (Freshman): Appeared in all 12 games as a backup linebacker…tallied 24 total tackles, including 1.0 for loss, and one fumble recovery…season-high eight tackles against New Mexico (Oct. 13)…had four tackles, including one for loss, and recovered a fumble against Lamar (Sept. 15). Prep: A 2011 graduate of Farrington High School in Honolulu, O‘ahu…lettered four times in football and basketball, three times in track and field and twice in volleyball…in football, named Honolulu Star-Advertiser all-state honorable mention and allOIA Red East second team as a senior…helped team to back-to-back appearances in the state semifinals and a 2008 runner-up finish in the OIA…selected to the H.U.B. Goodwill Senior Bowl all-star game…also selected to the Samoa Bowl…two-sport athlete who also competed in basketball…named to the HHSAA Division II basketball all-tournament team as a senior, helping the Governors capture the state championship…scored 13 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the title game vs. Pahoa…selected Honolulu Star-Advertiser all-state honorable mention and all-OIA White first team.

Tackles: 8, vs. New Mexico, 10/13/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.0, vs. Lamar, 9/15/12 Sacks: None Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS

2011: Redshirted. Prep: A 2011 graduate of Farrington High School in Honolulu...a three-sport athlete for the Governors...a three-year starter in football...a three-time, all-league and allstate selection...racked up 384 tackles, 37.5 sacks, 13 interceptions and four defensive touchdowns during his career...helped team to back-to-back appearances in the state semifinals and a 2008 runner-up finish in the OIA...named the 2010 OIA Red East Defensive Player of the Year and selected to the The Honolulu Star-Advertiser all-state first team as a senior…anchored a defense that allowed only 49.3 yards rushing per game…registered 117 tackles, 14.5 sacks, four fumbles forced and four fumbles recovered...also intercepted seven passes and returned one for a touchdown...selected for the H.U.B. Goodwill Senior Classic all-star game…as a junior, named all-OIA Red East second team and all-state second team by the The Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Star-Bulletin…had 131 tackles, 9.5 sacks, three interceptions and five fumble recoveries...an honorable mention all-state selection as a sophomore, as well as second team all-OIA...tallied 136 tackles, 13.5 sacks, three interceptions and four forced fumbles that season...also received all-star recognition during his career from ESPN RISE, MaxPreps and the AIGA Foundation...also a multiple letterwinner in basketball and track and field...a three-time top scholar...selected to the President’s List and earned Visual Arts/Digital Media honors...earned recognition at the HMSA Teen Video Awards. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...major is undecided...related to former Warriors Jason Mane, Al Hunter and Ivan Mauga...also related to former Warriors and NFL players Wayne Hunter and Vince Manuwai...has three younger sisters and one younger brother...parents are Joe and Ruta Vele of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

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Y/R 2.0

CAREER HIGHS

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 11 games, making one start at the “F” position…also saw extensive action on special teams…finished the season with two catches for four yards…caught one pass each against Fresno State (Nov. 3) and Air Force (Nov. 16).

Receptions: 1, 2x, last at Air Force, 11/16/12 Yards: 3, at Air Force, 11/16/12 Long: 3, at Air Force, 11/16/12 Touchdowns: None

R/G 0.2

Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu…nickname is “Keke”…has one brother…uncle Manly Williams played for the Warriors.

Fullback 6-0 245 Sophomore Honolulu, O‘ahu Farrington HS

CAREER HIGHS

Lg 3

WILLIAMS

2012: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules.

VELE

TD 0

LANCE

Sophomore Colgate

JUSTIN

Yards 4

DEFENSE G UA 2012 12 17

A 7

TOTAL TFL SACKS 24 1.0-4 0.0

TAVITA

PD 0

WOODARD

FF 0

FR 1

INT 0

11

Defensive Line 6-4 260 Senior Honolulu, O‘ahu Eastern Arizona College 2012 (Junior): Honorable mention all-MW…appeared in all 12 games with four starts at defensive end…named to the College Sports Madness and Phil Steele’s all-MW third team…tied for sixth in the MW in sacks (5.5)…finished the season with 38 total tackles, including 5.5 for loss, one interception, three quarterback hurries and two pass breakups…recorded an acrobatic interception at Colorado State (Oct. 27)… career-high nine tackles at Air Force (Nov. 16)…had six tackles and 1.5 sacks at BYU (Sept. 28)…also had five tackles and one pass breakup against Nevada (Sept. 22). 2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in seven games on special teams and as a reserve defensive lineman…had one tackle each at San Jose State (Oct. 14) and Utah State (Nov. 5). Prior To UH: Attended Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher, Ariz., for two years… played defensive end in 2010, tallying 5.5 sacks and 27 tackles…redshirted in 2009. Prep: A 2009 graduate of McKinley High School in Honolulu…a two-sport athlete in football and basketball…named first team all-OIA Red East as a linebacker and honorable mention all-state as a senior…during junior year, named all-OIA Red East first team as a wide receiver…first team all-OIA White Division in basketball and

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PLAYER PROFILES honorable mention all-state… attended Kahuku High School during freshman year before transferring to McKinley. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...majoring in sociology...has an older sister and a twin brother, Tana...has a son, Ali‘i-Ali and twin daughters, Aliyah and Amber... parents are David Woodard and Maleta Malufau of Honolulu, O‘ahu.

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 9, at Air Force, 11/16/12 Tackles For Loss: 1.5, at BYU, 9/28/12 Sacks: 1.5, at BYU, 9/28/12 Interceptions: 1, at Colorado State, 10/27/12

Personal: Born in Rodeo, Calif….intends to major in family resources…has two brothers and one sister…parents are Tripp and Luka Woolsey of Rodeo, Calif.

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

G UA A 7 0 2 12 21 17 19 21 19

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Salesian High School in Richmond, Calif…lettered in football and baseball…rated as the No. 7 pro-style quarterback nationally and the 101stranked recruit in the state of California by 247sports.com…as a senior, was named to all-Bay Football League first team and the league’s Offensive MVP…selected to San Francisco Chronicle’s all-East Bay honorable mention…completed 137-of-225 for 2,492 yards and 36 touchdowns and only six interceptions…also rushed for 205 yards and six touchdowns…helped team capture league championship…team also went on to claim the North Coast Section Division IV championship for the second time in school history…threw for 252 yards and six touchdowns in an NCS Division IV second-round win over Fortuna (Calif.)…competed in the Polynesian All-American Classic all-star game…as a junior, passed for 1,626 yards and 18 touchdowns and rushed for 250 yards and eight scores.

TOTAL TFL SACKS 2 0.0 0.0 38 5.5-39 5.5-39 40 5.5-39 5.5-39

PD 0 3 3

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

INT 0 1 1

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BEAU

YAP

Defensive Line 6-2 260 Junior Pearl City, O‘ahu Kamehameha Schools-Kapalama 2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 12 games with 10 starts at defensive end…finished the season with 37 total tackles, including 10.5 for loss, three sacks, one forced fumble, three quarterback hurries and one blocked kick…ranked 10th in the MW in tackles for loss…had one QB hurry and blocked a PAT against BYU (Sept. 28)…posted one sack each in the team’s first two games against USC (Sept. 1) and Lamar (Sept. 15)…season-high five tackles with one sack and one QB hurry against South Alabama (Dec. 1)…had three tackles for loss and five tackles each against USC and Nevada (Sept. 22)…named preseason third-team all-MW by Phil Steele. 2011 (Freshman): Played in eight games as a backup defensive lineman…also served as backup long snapper…had three tackles and one sack…lone sack occurred against UC Davis (Sept. 24)…recorded two tackles against Tulane (Nov. 26). 2010: Redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Kamehameha Schools-Kapalama in Honolulu, O‘ahu...a three-sport athlete who competed in football, track and wrestling…earned two varsity letters in football....tallied 114 total tackles, 20 sacks, 17 tackles for loss, four forced fumbles and 36 quarterback hurries as a senior...named The Honolulu Advertiser Division I co-Defensive Player of the Year and first team all-state… Honolulu Star-Bulletin all-state second team…team co-captain of 2009 Division I state championship team…also a two-time all-ILH first-team pick…competed in the H.U.B. Goodwill Hawai‘i Senior Bowl…invited to play in Max Emfinger’s AllAmerican Bowl...rated as a Top 20 recruit in the state by Rivals.com...a three-time power relay champion in track while competing in the 200-pound-and-over division...placed fifth at the state wrestling championships as a junior in the 215-pound division. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...majoring in sociology...has a younger brother...father played football for UH (1981-82)...parents are Boyd and Kehau Yap of Pearl City, O‘ahu.

Class of 2013 TAVITA WOODARD

CAREER HIGHS

IKAIKA

WOOLSEY

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Quarterback 6-1 210 Freshman Rodeo, CA Salesian HS 2012: Redshirted.

Tackles: 5, 4x, last vs. South Alabama, 12/1/12 Tackles For Loss: 3.0, at USC, 9/1/12 Sacks: 1.0, 4x, last vs. South Alabama, 12/1/12 Interceptions: None

CAREER STATISTICS DEFENSE 2011 2012 TOTAL

G UA A 8 2 1 12 22 15 20 24 16

TOTAL TFL SACKS 3 1.0 13 37 10.5-51 3.0-29 40 11.5-64 4.0-42

PD 0 0 0

FF 1 1 2

FR 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0

Prior To UH: Attended City College of San Francisco during the fall 2011 semester…member of the scout team…team captured the junior college national championship. 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL

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DEJON

ALLEN

66

Defensive Line 6-2 270 Freshman Compton, CA Dominguez HS Prep: A 2012 graduate of Dominguez High School in Compton, Calif... played on both sides of the line at offensive guard and defensive tackle…rated the 36th-best offensive guard nationally by Rivals.com…selected 49th-best offensive guard by Scout.com…picked as the 40th-best offensive guard and No. 86 prospect in the state of California by 247sports.com…rated as one of the Top 50 prospects in the south Los Angeles County for the class of 2012 by ESPNU…selected honorable mention Press-Telegram Football Dream Team…named to Cal-Hi Sports Preseason all-South Bay/Long Beach first team…named a Top 25 guard/center nationally by MaxPreps…as a junior, named all-San Gabriel Valley League first team...logged 40 tackles and six sacks that season in helping lead team to a league title...also lettered in wrestling, track and field and baseball. Personal: Born in Los Angeles, Calif...intends to major in criminal justice...has two brothers and one sister...mother is Latasha Williams of Compton, Calif.

AMMON

BARKER

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Wide Receiver 6-4 200 Freshman Sandy, UT Alta HS Prep: A 2013 graduate of Alta High School in Sandy, Utah…rated the No. 8 recruit out of the state of Utah by Rivals.com, No. 12 by 247Sports, and No. 16 by espn.com…also rated No. 187 wide receiver nationally by espn.com…named to American Family Insurance All-Utah Football Team…earned Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News 5-A all-state first team as a senior and Region III outstanding receiver and first team…posted 61 receptions for 1,201 yards and 13 touchdowns… ranked fifth in the state and second in 5A in touchdowns and fifth in the state and first in 5A in receiving yards…posted seven 100-yard receiving games, including season-best 196 yards on six catches and two touchdowns against Olympus…had 172 yards on five catches and two scores against Cottonwood…season-high nine receptions for 125 yards and two TDs in season-opener against Timpview…posted four multi-touchdown games as a senior and six over his career…named the team’s Most Valuable Player as a senior…recorded 27 receptions for 335 yards and six TDs as a junior, and 23 catches for 462 yards and six TDs as a sophomore…named first team all-Region III in 2011 and second team all-Region IV in 2010…for his career, totaled 111 career receptions for 1,998 yards and 25 touchdowns…three-year starter on the varsity team...high school teammate of fellow Rainbow Warrior Max Broman. Personal: Born in Sandy, Utah...major is undecided...has three brothers and two sisters...parents are Bart and Patti Barker of Sandy, Utah.

KWAMANE

BOWENS

Defensive Back 6-1 175 Freshman Virginia Beach, VA Salem HS

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three touchdown receptions...earned first-team all-Beach District and second-team all-East Region honors that season while helping team to a district championship... repeated as a first-team all-district receiver as a senior...also saw time at quarterback... running the Wildcat offense, rushed for 104 yards, including a 46-yard touchdown, to help Salem advance to the Eastern Region Division 6 semifinals...a three-year letterwinner in track...competed in the sprints and long and triple jumps...captured the 300-meters at the Beach District Meet with a time of 36.90...timed with a 4.38 in the 40-yard dash. Personal: Born in Anacortes, Wash...nickname is “Swammie”...major is undecided... has one older brother and one older sister...parents are Raymond Bowens of Vallejo, Calif., and Yolanda Lozan of Virginia Beach, Va.

MAX

BROMAN

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Running Back 6-1 210 Freshman Draper, UT Alta HS

Prep: A 2013 graduate of Alta High School in Sandy, Utah...earned three varsity letters in football while starting at running back and linebacker...as a senior, carried the ball 73 times for 423 yards and two touchdowns, while averaging 5.8 yards per carry...on defense, tallied 55 tackles, 2.5 sacks and 13 quarterback hurries... also returned a fumble for a touchdown... named Great American Rivalry Series MVP after team’s win over Bingham...eventually helped team advance to the 5A state quarterfinals...high school teammate of fellow Rainbow Warrior Ammon Barker...also a three-year letterwinner in track, competing in the 4x400 relay and the high jump. Personal: Born in Draper, Utah...nickname is “Keeble”...major is undecided...has three younger brothers and one younger sister...parents are Ted and Steph Broman of Draper, Utah.

NICK

CHILDS

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Defensive Line 6-5 295 Junior San Diego, CA Avila University Prior To UH: Played 2012 season at Avila University in Kansas City, Mo...named HAAC all-conference honorable mention...recorded 48 tackles, including 10.0 tackles for loss and three sacks in 10 games played...also forced two fumbles and recovered one...prior to Avila, attended City College of San Francisco for two years... member of the 2011 squad that captured the Junior College National Championship with a perfect 12-0 record...tallied six tackles in five regular-season appearances as a freshman...redshirted in 2010. Prep: A 2008 graduate of Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego, Calif...earned two varsity letters in football while playing defensive tackle...helped team qualify for the CIF playoffs in back-to-back seasons. Personal: Born in Hong Kong, China...also lived in Australia and Germany before moving to the United States at the age of eight...intends to major in history with a minor in German...has one older sister...parents are John Childs of San Diego, Calif., and Lynn Bilotta of San Diego, Calif.

Prep: A 2013 graduate of Salem High School in Virginia Beach, Va...earned three letters in football... lined up at wide receiver, defensive back and kick returner... a two-time all-district and two-time all-region pick...ranked as the state’s fifth-best prospect by The Virginia Pilot...rated as second-best wide receiver in the state by 247Sports...hauled in 96 catches for 2,053 yards and 20 touchdowns during his career... as a junior, averaged 21.0 yards per reception after recording 30 catches for 630 yards and eight touchdowns...also returned a punt for a touchdown...enjoyed best game of the year in playoff match-up versus Ocean Lakes, tallying 189 yards and 46 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL


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KEELAN

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EWALIKO

Wide Receiver 5-11 175 Freshman Wailuku, Maui Baldwin HS Prep: A 2013 graduate of Baldwin High School in Wailuku, Maui…a three-sport athlete, lettering in football, soccer and track...a three-year letterwinner in football...named the Maui Interscholastic League’s Offensive Player of the Year for the third consecutive year by The Maui News, a first in league history…rated as the No. 13 recruit in the state of Hawai‘i by espn.com and No. 12 by 247Sports…Honolulu Star-Advertiser honorable mention all-state selection in 2012…participated and started for the White squad in the Polynesian All-America Bowl in La Mirada, Calif, throwing for 45 yards and rushing for 80 yards….led Baldwin to three straight league titles…for his career, he was 22-0 against MIL foes as a starter…threw for 2,503 career yards (197-of-379) with 36 TDs, and rushed for 1,815 yards (211 carries with 8.6 avg./rush) with 26 TDs…as a senior, led the league in rushing (64 carries for 644 yds., with 10.1 avg./rush, and 11 TDs) and scoring (66 pts.), and finished third in passing (39-of-86 for 522 yds., and 6 TDs)…as a junior, became the first player in MIL history to lead the league in rushing (88 carries for 810 yds., with a 9.2 avg./ rush, and 12 TD), passing (89-of-135 for 1,060 yds., and 17 TDs) and scoring (72 pts.) in a single season…was a third-team all-state selection and helped the Bears advance to the semifinals of the Division I state tournament….as a sophomore, was fourth in the league in rushing (59 carries for 361 yds., with a 6.1 avg./rush and 3 TDs), and led the league in passing (89-of-135 for 1,060 yds., and 17 TDs)…also a track and field standout...member of back-to-back state champion team in 2012 and ’13…state champion in the 200-meter and 4x100-meter relay as a junior…as a senior, won the 100- and 200-meter state championships and anchored the winning 4x100 relay team...also a three-year letterwinner in soccer...named the Baldwin Soccer Classic MVP as a sophomore...garnered first-team all-league honors in 2012...tallied 21 goals and eight assists over his career... a 2013 Hawaii High School Athletic Association Hall of Honor inductee. Personal: Born in Wailuku, Maui...major is undecided...related to former Rainbow Warriors Waylon Lolotai and Jeremiah Ostrowski...has two younger sisters...parents are Christopher and Aleina Baisa of Wailuku, Maui.

PENITITO

FAALOLOGO Defensive Line 5-11 250 Freshman Pago Pago, American Samoa

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Personal: Born in Falefa, Western Samoa...nickname is “Kiko”... intends to major in sociology...has eight siblings...parents are Tamoto and Seilala Faalologo.

GENER

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Bishop Amat High School in La Puente, Calif...a threeyear starter in football...a two-time first-team all-league selection...named the Serra League’s defensive MVP as a senior while playing defensive line... tallied 44 tackles, nine sacks, one blocked punt and one fumble recovery during that season...helped lead Bishop Amat to league championship as a junior..also lettered twice in soccer. Personal: Born in West Covina, Calif...nickname is “JuJu”...majoring in sociology...has four brothers and two sisters...parents are Javier and Lety Gener of West Covina, Calif.

DAVID

GRIFFIN

Offensive Line 6-6 315 Junior Tallahassee, FL Mesa CC

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Linebacker 5-11 235 Junior West Covina, CA Mt. San Antonio College Prior To UH: Attended Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif., for two years... a 2012 All-America Community College Football first-team selection...also named the Central Conference Defensive Player of the Year...tied for second in the

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Prior To UH: Played 2012 season at Mesa Community College in Arizona...as starting left tackle, earned firstteam all-conference honors by both the Western State Football League and Arizona Community College Athletic Conference....helped Mesa to the Valley of the Sun Bowl and a turnaround from one win in 2011 to six in 2012...attended freshman season at Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College in 2010 and redshirted. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Florida A&M University Developmental Research School...lettered in both football and basketball...an all-Big Bend selection in basketball after averaging 18.0 ppg and 9.0 rpg while shooting 52 percent from the floor... member of the Jacksonville Lee Bulls squad that finished as runner-up in the AAU national championship. Personal: Born in Tallahassee, Fla...intends to major in political science...younger brother Chris played basketball for Murray State before transferring to Auburn this fall...father David played basketball for Penn State and professionally in France... parents are David Griffin of Miami, Fla., and Debra Griffin of Tallahassee, Fla.

RUBEN

Fagaitua HS

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Fagaitua High School in American Samoa... helped Fagaitua to a national runner-up finish as a senior...played on both sides of the ball at linebacker and fullback....named defensive player of the year...played for the World team in the USA vs. the World all-star football game in Austin, Texas… named the Most Valuable Player of the Samoa Bowl VIII all-star game…high school teammate of fellow Rainbow Warrior Joey Iosefa.

JULIAN

conference and seventh in the state with 102 tackles, including 13.0 for loss, four sacks, three forced fumbles, four fumbles recovered and one interception...helped lead Mt. SAC to the CCCAA Southern California championship game in 2012, falling one game short of playing for the state championship....as a freshman in 2011, tallied 25 tackles, including 4.5 for loss and two sacks with one interception...helped team to fifth straight Southern California Championship...named MVP of the state title game after recording nine tackles, one sack and returning an interception 45 yards in a losing effort versus City College of San Francisco.

GUZMAN Punter 5-10 190 Fontana, CA

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Junior Riverside City College

Prior To UH: Attended Riverside City College in California for two years…as a sophomore, averaged 42.7 yards per punt, including a career-long 73-yard boot... pinned 13 punts inside the 20 and forced nine fair catches...named second-team allconference...also named to the all-academic team...teammate at Riverside of fellow Rainbow Warrior recruit Josh Long...ranked No. 5 punter nationally by Chris Sailer Kicking...2012 National Spring Event Streak Competition Champion....also 2013 Vegas Prep Camp Champion and Vegas Event Competition (Last Man Standing) Winner. Prep: A 2011 graduate of A.B. Miller High School in Fontana, Calif...a two-year letterwinner in football...an all-Citrus Sun Belt second-team kicker...also earned all-academic honors...10th annual Snap Hold Kick winner in the high school varsity punt competition and took second place in the Snap Hold Kick L.A. Chapter college punt competition. Personal: Born in Los Angeles, Calif...intends to major in pre-law...has three sisters... parents are Ruben and Maria Guzman of Fontana, Calif.

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competed in the sprints events in track and field…as a sophomore, regional qualifier for the 400-meters and 4x400-meter relay. Personal: Born in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla...nickname is “Bee”...intends to major in business...has one younger brother and one younger sister...parents are Barry Higdon, Sr., of Plantation, Fla., and Rhonda Hallmon of Oakland Park, Fla.

Wide Receiver 6-2 200 Sophomore Pearland, TX Blinn College Prior To UH: Attended Blinn College in Brenham, Texas...as a freshman, led the team with 47 receptions for 742 yards and seven TDs...enjoyed best game versus Northeastern Oklahoma A&M with nine catches for 142 yards and two touchdowns...redshirted the 2011 season. Prep: A 2011 graduate of Westbury Christian High School in Houston, Texas... earned three letters in football...played both sides of the ball, lining up at receiver and safety...named all-state as receiver in 2010 and ’11...as a senior, led the team in receiving yards, touchdowns and yards per catch while scoring 17 total touchdowns.... also led the team in interceptions...selected to play in the Texas Private School Coaches Association All-Star Football Game...coached in football at Westbury by Heisman Trophy winner and former NBA player Charlie Ward...a four-year letterwinner in basketball...was part of a squad that captured back-to-back state basketball championships...also lettered in baseball, swimming and track. Personal: Born in Memphis, Tenn...intends to major in kinesiology... has three younger brothers and one younger sister...both parents played basketball at Texas Southern University...father Kevin Granger led the NCAA in scoring in 1995-96 and went on to play professionally in Europe and South America...parents are Kevin Granger of Missouri City, Texas, and Ingrid Haynes-Mays of Pearland, Texas.

TRAYVON

HENDERSON

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Prep: A 2013 graduate of Grant Union High School in Sacramento, Calif…earned three varsity letters in football...rated the 119th-best recruit out of the state of California by 247Sports and the 81st-best safety…named to Sacramento Bee’s allDelta Valley Conference team and to the all-Metro first team…selected to MaxPrep’s all-Sac-Joaquin Section second team…named to Rivals.com all-Northern California second team…finished the year with 113 tackles in 10 games and four interceptions…also played on offense with 39 receptions for 673 yards and eight scores… posted five double-digit tackle games…MVP of the North squad at the Optimist All-Star Football Classic…caught a 25-yard touchdown reception and returned a punt 35 yards for a touchdown…preseason MaxPrep’s all-Sac Joaquin Section first team and all-NorCal first team…preseason third team all-state by Cal-Hi Sports… garnered defensive MVP honors at the Oregon Nike Camp in 2012. Personal: Born in Sacramento, Calif...intends to major in engineering...has one younger sister and one younger brother...mother is Shavacca Henderson of Sacramento, Calif.

HIGDON

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Defensive Back 6-2 175 Sophomore Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu University of Arizona Prior To UH: Attended the University of Arizona during the fall of 2012 and redshirted...previously attended Orange Coast College in Coast Mesa, Calif...played in four games in 2011 with four tackles. Prep: A 2011 graduate of Iolani School in Honolulu, O‘ahu...a three-sport athlete... earned three varsity letters in football... as a senior, logged 136 tackles, three interceptions, four fumble recoveries and nine PBUs...team won the league and Division II state championship in each of his three seasons...also a three-year letterwinner in basketball and member of the 2010 state championship squad...participated in track for two years...a state qualifier in the triple jump...presented the school’s Tim Scott Award for outstanding athletic and academic performance. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...major is undecided...full name is Timothy Michael Keahiahi Hogan...has one younger sister... father was a former threesport athlete at Pacific and Cal Poly and his mother a former volleyball and tennis player for Menlo College...parents are Mike Hogan of Honolulu, O‘ahu, and Kelly Swartman-Hogan of Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu.

HOLLIS

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Offensive Line 6-4 285 Sophomore Phoenix, AZ Scottsdale CC Prior To UH: Attended Scottsdale Community College in Arizona for one year…played both guard and tackle... did not allow a sack all year. Prep: A 2012 Mountain Pointe High School in Phoenix, Ariz…two-year starter at both offensive and defensive line...rated the No. 6 offensive lineman and No. 39 overall prospect in the state by the Arizona Republic...during junior season, helped team set the school’s single-season passing record and advance to the state semifinals....member of regional championship squad as a senior. Personal: Born in Jasper, Ala...given name is Reginald Andre Hollis, Jr...intends to major in business...has two older brothers and one older sister...parents are Reginald Hollis, Sr., and Stephanie Hollis of Phoenix, Ariz.

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MARCUS

KEMP

Defensive Back 6-3 190 Freshman Ft. Lauderdale, FL Chaminade-Madonna Prep

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Wide Receiver 6-4 185 Freshman Layton, UT Layton HS

Prep: A 2013 graduate of Chaminade-Madonna College Prep Academy in Hollywood, Fla…as a senior, named Sun Sentinel honorable mention all-county… selected Class 5A-2A honorable mention…participated for the Florida squad in the Nike ‘Dade vs. Florida’ All-Star Game…played both cornerback and safety…attended Northeast High School as a junior and Boyd Anderson High School during freshman and sophomore years...team captured district championship at Northeast… 48

HOGAN

RJ

Defensive Back 6-0 190 Freshman Sacramento, CA Grant Union HS

BARRY

KEAHI

Prep: A 2013 graduate of Layton High School in Utah…a three-sport standout...in football, rated the 19th-best recruit out of the state of Utah by 247Sports…selected 5-A honorable mention all-state by the Deseret News…picked first team all-Region I by MaxPreps…played both wide receiver and safety…on offense, totaled 46 receptions for 804 yards and nine touchdowns…averaged 17.5

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NEWCOMER PROFILES yards per catch...ranked eighth in 5-A in receiving…had three 100-yard receiving games, including a season-high 114 yards and one touchdown against Davis… scored three touchdowns on 112 yards receiving against Hunter…on defense, posted 65 total tackles and two interceptions…season-high nine tackles against Jordan... both interceptions on the season was against Northridge…over his career, tallied 57 catches for 1,006 yards and 10 touchdowns and 120 total tackles and five interceptions…also a track and field champion with three varsity letters...regional and state title-holder in the high jump as a senior...also a regional champion and state runnerup in the long jump...a two-year letterwinner in basketball…as a junior, was selected honorable mention all-region. Personal: Born in Ogden, Utah...intends to major in business...has two younger brothers...cousin Brittney Martin plays basketball for Oklahoma State...father Ronald Kemp played football at Dixie College...parents are Derrick and Karen Martin of Layton, Utah, and the late Ronald Kemp.

KEITH

KIRKWOOD

also earned all-state honors as a sophomore...finished second in the division and 21st in the state with 89 tackles, including 9.0 for loss and 5.5 sacks in 2012...enjoyed best game versus City College of San Francisco, tallying 17 tackles and two sacks...as a freshman, led the division and finished 19th in the state with 82 tackles...added one sack, two forced fumbles, two fumbles recovered and one interception...also competed in track and field for one season, participating in the shot put, discus and hammer. Prep: A 2011 graduate of Mills High School in Milbrae, Calif...earned three varsity letters while lining up at linebacker and fullback ...a first-team all-league linebacker all three seasons...also a standout in track and field...captured back-to-back league titles in the shot put and discus...qualified for states in the shot put as a senior. Personal: Born in San Bernardino, Calif...intends to major in sociology...has two younger brothers and three younger sisters...cousin of current Rainbow Warriors Leo and Meffy Koloamatangi...parents are Nuka and Siu Lataimua of San Bruno, Calif.

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JOSH

LONG

Wide Receiver 6-5 200 Freshman Neptune, NJ Neptune HS

Tight End 6-4 240 Norco, CA

Prep: A 2013 graduate of Neptune High School in New Jersey…played just one year of organized football…selected to All Shore Media’s all-Shore second team, all-Class B North and all-Monmouth County second team…totaled 33 catches for 737 yards and seven touchdowns…enjoyed best game versus Wall, recording 211 receiving yards and three touchdowns…helped Neptune finish 9-3 and reach its second straight Central Jersey Group III final…also a standout basketball player... was a nominee for the 2013 McDonald’s All-America Boys High School Basketball Team…led Neptune’s basketball team to the Group III state finals as a junior and averaged 17 points and 15 rebounds during the team’s state title run…received several Division I basketball scholarship offers..an Academic All-Shore selection. Personal: Born in Neptune, N.J...intends to major in computer engineering...has four brothers and one sister...parents are Kevin and Maria Kirkwood of Neptune, N.J.

MEFFY

KOLOAMATANGI

Prep: A 2011 graduate of Norco High School in California...lettered in three sports...played three seasons of football...helped lead squad to the 2010 Big 8 championship...named “Mr. Utility” as a junior and team offensive captain as a senior... also lettered in basketball and track and field...competed in the shot put and discus. Personal: Born in Riverside, Calif...intends to major in religion...has three brothers and two sisters...parents are Larry and Debora Long of Norco, Calif.

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DANIEL

MASIFILO

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Wide Receiver 6-2 200 Senior ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu Arizona State

Prep: A 2013 graduate of Woodside High School in Redwood City, Calif…versatile two-way player lined up on defensive line as a senior and played wide receiver, tight end and safety as a junior…also returned kicks during his two-year career... named to the 2012 all-Peninsula Ocean Division first team as a defensive lineman... named all-Daily News honorable mention…also lettered in basketball. Personal: Born in East Palo Alto, Calif...given first name is Matthew...intends to major in business...older brother Leo is an offensive lineman who redshirted for the Rainbow Warriors in 2012…cousin is fellow UH recruit Tevita Lataimua...uncle, Starling Latu, played for Oregon State...parents are Max Koloamatangi and Ofa Latu of East Palo Alto, Calif.

LATAIMUA

Junior Riverside City College

Prior To UH: Attended Riverside City College for two years...as a freshman, earned second-team all-conference honors in leading Riverside to a 9-2 record...finished with 15 catches for 130 yards and two touchdowns...in 2011, was part of Riverside’s undefeated 11-0 and Golden State Bowl championship team...started all 11 games with his lone reception going for a four-yard touchdown...teammate at Riverside of fellow Rainbow Warrior Ruben Guzman.

Defensive Line 6-5 220 Freshman East Palo Alto, CA Woodside HS

TEVITA

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Linebacker 5-10 230 Junior San Bruno, CA College of San Mateo

Prior To UH: Attended Arizona State in Tempe for two years...a scout player during the 2011 and ’12 seasons...transferred to Arizona State after two seasons at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif...part of a Mount SAC squad that won state and national titles in 2009 and ’10...as a sophomore, had eight catches for 87 yards and two touchdowns in seven games played...played on same 2010 squad as current Rainbow Warrior defensive back Michael Martin. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Campbell High School in ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu....earned two varsity letters in football while playing wide receiver...tallied 43 receptions for 735 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior en route to first-team all-OIA White honors...helped lead team to the OIA White championship...also lettered in track...competed in the sprints and the long and triple jumps...part of a 4x100 relay team that captured the OIA title. Personal: Born in ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu...nickname is “Masi”...intends to major in sociology...older brother Matt Masifilo played defensive line at Stanford and is currently a member of the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers...cousin is former Rainbow Warrior and NFL player David Veikune...parents are Etika Masifilo of Honolulu, O‘ahu, and Tina Daehler of ‘Ewa Beach, O‘ahu.

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Defensive Line 6-3 220 Freshman San Mateo, CA Aragon HS

Personal: Born in Hayward, Calif...intends to major in kinesiology...has two brothers and three sisters...uncle Tim Manoa was an All-American at Penn State and played for both the Cleveland Browns and Indianapolis Colts…also related to Washington Redskins running back Roy Helu, Jr., and former NFL players Chris Maumalanga and Viliami Maumau...father Sam played for Kahuku High School and the University of Idaho...parents are Samisoni and Nina Manoa of Hayward, Calif.

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Personal: Born in Sparks, Nev...intends to major in business...has three brothers... mother is Shauna Miller of South Jordan, Utah.

Prep: A 2012 graduate of Mission Viejo High School in California...earned two varsity letters in football...a two-time all-league pick...as a senior, selected as codefensive MVP of the South Coast League and an all-league first-team selection… had 55 tackles, three interceptions and four forced fumbles on the year…named to the all-Orange County first team and all-CIF-Southern Section Pac-5 Division… picked to Cal-Hi all-state fourth team…helped Mission Viejo to the Southern Section Pac-5 semifinals…mentioned on OCVarsity’s Hot 100 list of the top players in Orange County…selected to play in the Brea Lions Club OC All-Star Game...also selected to compete in the Southern California vs. Arizona all-star football game... named all-league first team as a junior.

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Linebacker 5-11 220 Senior Kailua, O‘ahu Foothill College Prior To UH: Attended Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, Calif., for two seasons...accumulated 160 tackles, seven sacks, two interceptions, three forced fumbles and one touchdown return in his career...part of 2010 squad that went 9-2 overall and was ranked No. 7 nationally. Prep: A 2009 graduate of Castle High School in Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu…earned three varsity letters in football...played running back and linebacker for the Knights...a two-time all-OIA Red East selection...competed in the Hawai‘i/Poly vs. Mainland All-Star Game as a senior...named MVP linebacker at the Just Win Nike, Gameplan and NFTC Nike Oregon camps...a preseason all-state selection in 2008. Personal: Born in Kailua, O‘ahu...nickname is “Wehi”...intends to major in sociology...cousin of former UH baseball player Pi‘ikea Kitamura...has three older sisters and one older brother...has a son, Dayton-Cory Kuha‘o Rasay-Sablan...parents are John and Lyla Sablan of Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu.

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DIOCEMY

Defensive Back 5-11 195 Freshman Kea‘au, Hawai‘i Kea‘au HS

SAINT JUSTE

Prep: A 2012 graduate of Kea‘au High School on the island of Hawai‘i…a three-sport athlete...earned three varsity letters in football...played safety and wide receiver....a two-time all-BIIF first-team pick at defensive back and receiver... named team’s defensive MVP as a senior...squad was league runner-ups during each of his three seasons...also a track standout...a three-time all-league selection...BIIF champion in the 110-meter hurdles as a senior...also competed in the 100-, 200and 4x100-meter events, as well as the triple jump...helped school capture the 2012 league championship, its first BIIF title in any sport in school history...part of state 50

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Defensive Back 5-9 160 Freshman Mission Viejo, CA Mission Viejo HS

KAWEHI

Prep: A 2013 graduate of Bingham High School in South Jordan, Utah…rated No. 103 middle linebacker nationally by scout.com and No. 27 prospect out of the state of Utah by 247Sports…earned Deseret News 5-A all-state first team and Salt Lake Tribune 5-A all-state second team as a senior…named Region 4 Defensive MVP…totaled 114 tackles, 4.5 sacks and two interceptions…ranked 14th in 5-A in tackles…six double-digit tackle games, including a season-high 14 against Cottonwood…had 13 tackles against Lehi and 12 each against West Jordan and Riverton… posted interceptions against Lone Peak and Fremont…helped Bingham reach the 5-A state semifinals…as a junior, was named second team all-region.. tallied 81 tackles, two sacks and two interceptions…season-high 13 tackles and one sack against West Jordan…as a sophomore, part of squad that captured the 2010 state championship...amassed 207 total tackles, 6.5 sacks and four interceptions over his three-year varsity career…eight career double-digit tackle games…named team’s defensive MVP as a junior and senior...served as team captain as a senior...an honor-roll student.

PACKER

PIERCE

Personal: Born in Mission Viejo, Calif....nickname is “AP”...major is undecided... has three younger brothers and one younger sister...father Antonio Pierce played middle linebacker for the Washington Redskins and was a Pro Bowl selection and Super Bowl champion for the New York Giants...parents are Antonio Pierce of Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., and Gin Pierce of Mission Viejo, Calif.

Linebacker 6-1 220 Freshman South Jordan, UT Bingham HS

DAMIEN

Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...intends to major in family resources...mother is Angela Packer of Kea‘au, Hawai‘i.

ANTHONY

Prep: A 2013 graduate of Aragon High School in San Mateo, Calif…rated No. 197 outside linebacker nationally by 247Sports…named all-Peninsula Bay Division first team…played tight end and defensive end…participated in the Polynesian All-America Bowl in La Mirada, Calif…posted 21 tackles against Leland in the CIF Central Coast Section Division II playoff game…as a junior, tallied seven sacks in just six games…also played center for the basketball team, helping Aragon to the quarterfinals of the CCS Division II playoffs, while averaging nearly a doubledouble…named to the San Mateo Daily Journal’s first team...named team co-MVP as a junior and defensive player of the year as a senior...attended Hayward High School for two years before transferring to Aragon…an honor-roll student.

DRAKE

runner-up 4x100-meter team...also lettered in basketball for three years...named the school’s Athlete of the Year as a senior.

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Running Back 5-8 180 Freshman Boynton Beach, FL Santaluces HS Prep: A 2013 graduate of Santaluces High School in Lantana, Fla…rated the 76th-best running back recruit nationally by 247Sports…selected to the Palm Beach Post’s all-area first team…rushed for 1,243 yards on 166 carries and 16 touchdowns…ranked third in the county in rushing yards and rushed for more

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NEWCOMER PROFILES touchdowns than any running back in Class 5A-8A…also caught 14 passes for 114 yards and one touchdown…rushed for 262 yards on 21 attempts and two touchdowns of 41 yards and 55 yards against West Boca…posted six touchdowns of 50 yards or more…named a Sun Sentinel second-team all-star...team’s offensive MVP... selected to play in the Palm Beach County-Treasure Coast All-Star Game…has only played organized football for three years…also competed in track and field for three years…placed 12th in the 100-meter dash at the 4A District 9 meet in 2012 and was fourth at the 4A District 10 meet in 2011…part of 4x100 team that advanced to the District meet in 2013...attended Atlantic Community High School as a freshman and sophomore before transferring to Santaluces. Personal: Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti...nickname is “Dee”...major is undecided... parents are Reynolds and Juslene Saint Juste of Boynton Beach, Fla.

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TULIMASEALII

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Prep: A 2013 graduate Wai‘anae High School on O‘ahu…a three-time Honolulu Star-Advertiser firstteam all-state pick…named O‘ahu Interscholastic Association Red West Defensive Player of the Year as a senior…rated the No. 2 recruit in the state of Hawai‘i by espn.com…also rated No. 187 in ESPN’s Top 300 recruits nationally, 18th-best defensive tackle and 24th overall recruit in the West Region… rated No. 40 defensive tackle nationally by scout.com…rated No. 7 recruit in the state and No. 66 defensive tackle nationally by 247Sports…No. 102 in SuperPrep’s West Top 150 list…helped anchor one of the state’s top defensive units…during his senior year, had four sacks each in consecutive weeks against ‘Aiea and Leilehua… started on the defensive line in the 2013 Under Armour All-America game in St. Petersburg, Fla…participated in the H.U.B. Foundation Goodwill Senior Bowl and was named the West’s Most Outstanding Defensive Player…also participated in the Polynesian All-America Bowl in La Mirada, Calif…member of Division I state runner-up team in 2010...also lettered in track and wrestling...OIA runner-up in the shot put as a junior. Personal: Born in American Samoa...major is undecided...has five sisters...parents are Sakaria Afoa and Meleseleisa Sailiai of Wai‘anae. O‘ahu.

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UTI

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Defensive Line 6-2 255 Junior Kapolei, O‘ahu Snow College Prior To UH: Attended Snow College in Ephraim, Utah, for three years...played 12 games in two seasons at defensive end....appeared in 10 games as a sophomore, tallying 12 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 4.0 tackles for loss, one pass breakup and one safety...part of a Badger squad that went 11-1 overall and finished the 2012 season ranked No. 3 nationally...squad went a perfect 8-0 to capture the Western States Football League (WSFL) and concluded the year with a win in the inaugural Carrier Dome Bowl in Syracuse, N.Y...also part of a team that won the Top of the Mountains Bowl in 2011. Prep: A 2010 graduate of Kapolei High School on O‘ahu…earned two varsity letters in football...played offensive tackle, defensive end and outside linebacker for the Hurricanes...high school teammate of fellow Rainbow Warriors Dustin Elisara and Donnie King, Jr.

Defensive Line 6-1 280 Freshman Wai‘anae, O‘ahu Wai‘anae HS

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NIKO

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Offensive Line 6-4 255 Freshman Taylorsville, UT Cottonwood HS

Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...intends to major in sociology...has four sisters and one brother...parents are Falaniko Uti of Pago Pago, American Samoa, and Davrie Hoyle-Kamakahi of Kapolei, O‘ahu.

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WA‘A

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Offensive Line 6-4 310 Freshman Hau‘ula, O‘ahu Kahuku HS Prep: A 2013 graduate of Kahuku High School on O‘ahu…rated as the No. 14 recruit in the state of Hawai‘i by espn.com and No. 14 by 247Sports…twotime Honolulu Star-Advertiser all-state first-team pick…named O‘ahu Interscholastic Association Red East first team during junior and senior years…participated in the H.U.B. Foundation Goodwill Senior Bowl…starting offensive lineman on two-time Division I state championship teams…teammate of fellow Rainbow Warrior recruit Aofaga Wily...helped anchor the line whose rushing offense was among the leaders in the state, including paving the way for Wily’s state-leading 1,744 rushing yards in 2012. Personal: Born in Honolulu, O‘ahu...major is undecided...has one younger brother and one younger sister...parents are Harry and Tania Wa‘a of Hau‘ula, O‘ahu.

Prep: A 2013 graduate of Cottonwood High School in Murray, Utah…rated the No. 12 recruit out of the state of Utah by espn.com and 14th by 247Sports… also rated the 82nd-best offensive guard by espn.com and 82nd by 247Sports... played both sides of the line, including defensive tackle and defensive end…named Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News 5-A all-state second team…also selected to the Region III first team…a preseason MaxPreps all-state first-team pick and was rated the No. 7 recruit in the state of Utah…as a junior, totaled 17 tackles, including nine against Bingham...competed in wrestling for one season...also played club rugby for the Highland and Wasatch rugby clubs....part of a Highland squad that won the state title. Personal: Born in Taylorsville, Utah...intends to major in engineering...has three brothers and four sisters... cousin James Aiono played defensive end for Utah... parents are John and Anna Tupai of Taylorsville, Utah.

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SULLY

WIEFELS

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Offensive Line 6-3 290 Sophomore Eagle, ID American River College Prior To UH: Attended American River College in Sacramento, Calif., for one year...an all-conference pick at guard...part of a line that helped American River gain a conference-leading 234.9 rushing yards per game, including 5.5 yards per carry... helped lead team to eight wins and the Valley conference championship before falling to City College of San Francisco in the Northern Division championship game. Prep: A 2012 graduate of Eagle High School in Idaho...lettered in three sports...a three-year starter in football...played left guard, before settling in at right tackle for his junior and senior seasons...a three-time all-conference selection...also earned all-state honors as a junior and senior...helped team win three conference championships in four seasons...part of the 2010 state championship team, as well as two other teams that advanced to the state title game...also lettered in wrestling and track...an honor-roll student and member of the student council. Personal: Born in Gilroy, Calif...full first name is Sullivan...has one older sister...father played football for Idaho State and mother played volleyball for San Jose State... parents are Chuck Wiefels of Eagle, Idaho, and Gina Watson of Boise, Idaho.

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WILY

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Running Back 5-11 215 Freshman La‘ie, O‘ahu Kahuku HS Prep: A 2013 graduate of Kahuku High School on O‘ahu…rated as the No. 6 recruit in the state of Hawai‘i by espn.com and No. 10 by 247Sports…also rated as the 87th-best running back nationally by espn.com…three-time Honolulu Star-Advertiser all-state first team…state’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2012 after leading the state with 1,744 rushing yards and 27 touchdowns…helped lead Kahuku to an undefeated 12-0 season and second straight Division I state championship… rushed for 188 yards and three TDs against Punahou in the state championship game and 141 yards and four TDs in a state semifinal win over Farrington…finished his career with 4,205 rushing yards, the second most in Hawai‘i high school football history and surpassed Mark Atuaia as Kahuku’s career rushing leader…three-time all-O‘ahu Interscholastic Association Red East selection…2012 OIA Red East Offensive Player of the Year…rushed for 1,384 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior and 1,175 yards and 17 scores as a sophomore…amassed 224 rushing yards on 31 carries against Leilehua in an OIA semifinal game during junior season...totaled 178 yards on 27 carries and one TD against Punahou in the 2011 state championship game…also rushed for 225 yards and three scores against Punahou in a 2012 regularseason game…participated in the H.U.B. Foundation Goodwill Senior Bowl and the Polynesian All-America Bowl in La Mirada, Calif…a 2013 Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association Hall of Honor inductee...also lettered twice in track and field... state qualifier in the long jump and 4x100-meter relay as a sophomore. Personal: Born in La‘ie, O‘ahu...has three brothers and two sisters...great uncle Harold Han played fullback for USC...uncle Taylor Wily is an actor on the show “Hawaii 5-0”...parents are Aofaga and Kim Wily of La‘ie, O‘ahu.

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MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE THIS IS THE MOUNTAIN WEST From its inception in 1999, the Mountain West has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics, while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions. Progressive in its approach, the MW continues to cultivate opportunities for student-athletes to compete at the highest level, while fostering academic achievement and sportsmanship. Now in its 15th year, the MW has been assertive in its involvement with the NCAA governance structure and has taken a leadership role in the overall administration of intercollegiate athletics. The Mountain West has marked several achievements over its first 14 years of existence, most notably becoming the first to establish a sports television network dedicated solely to an intercollegiate athletic conference (The Mtn.). The Mountain West also was the first to experiment with the coaches’ challenge in the college football instant replay system, and was the first non-automatic-qualifying BCS conference to participate in four BCS bowl games, winning three. Additionally, the Mountain West was the first conference to have a member institution with No. 1 overall picks in both the NFL and NBA drafts in the same year (Utah’s Alex Smith and Andrew Bogut, respectively in 2005). With San Diego State’s Stephen Strasburg claiming the No. 1 pick in the 2009 MLB Draft, the Mountain West is one of two conferences to have the No. 1 selection in each of the NFL, NBA and MLB drafts since the MW was founded in 1999. In 2011-12, the Mountain West was among the first conferences to implement a league-wide state-of-the-art basketball instant replay system. The Mountain West is noted for its geographic diversity. Some of the most beautiful terrain and landscapes in the nation can be found within Mountain West boundaries, including the majestic Rocky Mountain range, which borders five MW institutions (Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, New Mexico and Utah State). The high plains of Wyoming (elevation 7,220 feet – the highest Division I campus in the nation) contrast with the desert cities of Las Vegas and Reno, home to UNLV and Nevada, respectively, while Fresno State, San Diego State and San Jose State add a West coast influence with their locations in Central, Southern and Northern California. The inclusion of the Hawai‘i football program extends the Mountain West footprint to the beautiful islands in the Pacific Ocean. HISTORY: The Mountain West was conceived on May 26, 1998, when the presidents of eight institutions — Air Force, BYU, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV, Utah and Wyoming — decided to form a new NCAA Division I-A intercollegiate athletic conference. The split from a former 16-team conference re-established continuity and stability among the membership within the new league and signaled the continuation of its tradition-rich, long-standing athletic rivalries. Three of the MW’s eight original members have been conference rivals since the 1960s (New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado State), while San Diego State (1978) and Air Force (1980) were longtime members as well. UNLV and TCU entered the fold in 1996 and the Rebels continued as one of the original eight institutions that formed the MW in 1999. TCU re-joined the group with its first year of competition in the Mountain West in 2005-06. With conference realignment sweeping the nation in recent years, the MW has been proactive in addressing membership changes. Boise State University joined the Mountain West in 2011-12, followed by Fresno State and the University of Nevada on July 1, 2012. Also on July 1, 2012, the University of Hawai‘i became a football-only member of the Conference. On July 1, 2013, the Mountain West further expanded when San Jose State University and Utah State University joined the Conference, bringing to 11 the number of full-time member institutions and 12 football-playing members. When the Mountain West officially began operations on July 1, 1999, the new league had in place a seven-year contract with ESPN, giving the broadcaster exclusive national television rights to MW football and men’s basketball, and three-year agreements to send the league’s football champion to the Liberty Bowl and a second team to the Las Vegas Bowl. Commissioner Craig Thompson also arranged a third bowl tie-in each of the first three seasons (1999 Motor City, 2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 New Orleans) before securing a four-year deal with the Emerald Bowl in San Francisco in 2002. Entering the 2013 season, the MW has six contracted bowl affiliations – the Las Vegas Bowl, San Diego Country Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl, Famous Potato Idaho Bowl and Gildan New Mexico Bowl. An innovator in the postseason bowl structure, the MW engineered many “firsts,” as league teams have participated in five inaugural bowl games (2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 New Orleans, 2002 San Francisco (Emerald), 2005 Poinsettia, 2006 New Mexico), as well as placing the first non-automaticqualifying BCS team into a BCS bowl game with Utah’s appearance in the 2005 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL

Craig Thompson

Javan Hedlund

Commissioner

Assoc. Commissioner Communications

MOUNTAIN WEST Quick Facts Founded: July 1, 1999 Members for the 2013-14 academic year: Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawai‘i (football only), Nevada, New Mexico, San Diego State, San Jose State, UNLV, Utah State, Wyoming Team NCAA Championships: 3 Individual NCAA Championships: 33 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners: 41 Academic All-America Selections: 131 All-America Selections: 793 Commissioner: Mailing Address: Phone: Fax: Website: Football Contact: Office Phone: Cell Phone: E-mail:

Craig Thompson 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200 Colorado Springs, CO 80921-2591 (719) 488-4040 (719) 487-7241 www.TheMWC.com Javan Hedlund (719) 488-4051 (719) 648-4027 jhedlund@themwc.com 53


MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

2012 ALL-MW TEAMS

2013 MW COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

TOP INDIVIDUAL AWARDS Offensive Player of the Year – Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State Defensive Player of the Year – Phillip Thomas, DB, Fresno State Special Teams Player of the Year – Mike Edwards, KR, Hawai‘i Freshman of the Year – Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State Coach of the Year – Rocky Long, San Diego State

Thursday, August 29 USC at Hawai‘i Rutgers at Fresno State Sacramento St at San Jose St UNLV at Minnesota Utah State at Utah

FIRST TEAM Offense QB Derek Carr, Fresno State WR Davante Adams, Fresno State WR Brandon Wimberly, Nevada RB Stefphon Jefferson, Nevada RB Robbie Rouse, Fresno State TE Gavin Escobar, San Diego State OL Jeff Nady, Nevada OL Austin Wentworth, Fresno State OL Matt Paradis, Boise State OL Nick Carlson, Wyoming OL Nik Embernate, San Diego State PK Nolan Kohorst, UNLV PR/KR Mike Edwards, Hawai‘i

Defense DL Mike Atkinson, Boise State DL Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State DL Tyeler Davidson, Fresno State DL Mike Purcell, Wyoming LB J.C. Percy, Boise State LB Albert Rosette, Nevada LB John Lotulelei, UNLV DB Jamar Taylor, Boise State DB Phillip Thomas, Fresno State DB Derron Smith, Fresno State DB Leon McFadden, San Diego State P Pete Kontodiakos, Colorado State

SECOND TEAM Offense QB Cody Fajardo, Nevada WR Matt Miller, Boise State WR Chris McNeill, Wyoming RB Kasey Carrier, New Mexico RB Adam Muema, San Diego State TE Zach Sudfeld, Nevada OL Jordan Eason, Air Force OL Charles Leno, Boise State OL Chris Barker, Nevada OL Alex Johnson, San Diego State OL Brenel Myers, Boise State PK Jared Roberts, Colorado State PR/KR Khalid Wooten, Nevada

Defense DL Paipai Falemalu, Hawai‘i DL Brock Hekking, Nevada DL Andy Jennings, Fresno State DL Lanston Tanyi, Colorado State LB Travis Brown, Fresno State LB Alex Means, Air Force LB Jake Fely, San Diego State DB Mike Edwards, Hawai‘i DB Jerrell Gavins, Boise State DB Duke Williams, Nevada DB Nat Berhe, San Diego State P Alex Dunnachie, Hawai‘i

Saturday, August 31 Colgate at Air Force Boise State at Washington Nevada at UCLA UTSA at New Mexico Eastern Illinois at San Diego St Friday, October 4 BYU at Utah State Wyoming at Nebraska Nevada at San Diego State* Sunday, September 1 Colorado St vs. Colorado% Saturday, October 5 Air Force at Navy Fresno State at Idaho Saturday, September 7 San Jose State at Hawai‘i* Utah State at Air Force* Arizona at UNLV New Mexico St at New Mexico Tennessee-Martin at Boise St Colorado State at Tulsa Thursday, October 10 Cal Poly at Fresno State San Diego St at Air Force* Hawai‘i at Oregon State UC Davis at Nevada Saturday, October 12 New Mexico at UTEP San Jose St at Colorado St* San Diego State at Ohio St Boise State at Utah State* San Jose State at Stanford Hawai‘i at UNLV* Idaho at Wyoming New Mexico at Wyoming*

HONORABLE MENTION Air Force: Cody Getz, RB; Brian Lindsay, DB; Jason Kons, OL; Austin Niklas, LB Boise State: D.J. Harper, RB; Jeremy Ioane, DB; Tommy Smith, LB; Ricky Tjong-A Tjoe, DL Colorado State: Shaquil Barrett, LB; Shaq Bell, DB; Weston Richburg, OL Fresno State: Sean Alston, DB; Isaiah Burse, WR; Richard Helepiko, OL; Marcel Jensen, TE; L.J. Jones, DB; Andrew Shapiro, P Hawai‘i: Ben Clarke, OL; Tavita Woodard, DL Nevada: Joel Bitonio, OL; Allen Hardison, PK New Mexico: Justus Adams, PK; Dallas Bollema, LB; LaMar Bratton, OL; Chase Clayton, KR; Dillon Farrell, OL; Jacori Greer, DL; Darryl Johnson, OL; Matt Raymer, DB; Ben Skaer, P

Friday, September 13 Air Force at Boise State* Saturday, September 14 Cal Poly at Colorado State Fresno State at Colorado Nevada at Florida State New Mexico at Pittsburgh Central Michigan at UNLV Weber State at Utah State No Colorado at Wyoming Friday, September 20 Boise State at Fresno State* Saturday, September 21 Oregon St at San Diego St Wyoming at Air Force* Colorado State at Alabama Hawai‘i at Nevada* San Jose State at Minnesota Western Illinois at UNLV Utah State at USC

Friday, September 27 Utah St at San Jose St*

Friday, November 8 Air Force at New Mexico*

Saturday, September 28 UTEP at Colorado State Air Force at Nevada* Southern Miss at Boise State Fresno State at Hawai‘i* UNLV at New Mexico* San Diego St at New Mexico St Wyoming at Texas State

Saturday, November 9 San Diego St at San Jose St* Nevada at Colorado State* Fresno State at Wyoming* Hawai‘i at Navy Utah State at UNLV*

Saturday, October 19 Nevada at Boise State* Colorado St at Wyoming* UNLV at Fresno State* Utah State at New Mexico* Friday, October 25 Boise State at BYU Saturday, October 26 Notre Dame at Air Force Colorado State at Hawai‘i* Fresno St at San Diego St* UNLV at Nevada* Wyoming at San Jose State*

Saturday, November 16 Wyoming at Boise State* Colorado St at New Mexico* San Diego State at Hawai‘i* San Jose State at Nevada* Thursday, November 21 UNLV at Air Force* Friday, November 22 Navy at San Jose State Saturday, November 23 Colorado St at Utah St* Boise St at San Diego St* New Mexico at Fresno St* Hawai‘i at Wyoming* Friday, November 29 Fresno St at San Jose St* Saturday, November 30 BYU at Nevada Air Force at Colorado State* New Mexico at Boise State* Army at Hawai‘i San Diego State at UNLV* Wyoming at Utah State* Saturday, December 7 MW Football Championship Game+ % Sports Authority Field (Denver, Colo.) *Mountain West game +The inaugural Mountain West Football Championship Game will be played at the home stadium of the divisional champion with the highest BCS ranking.

Saturday, November 2 Hawai‘i at Utah State* Boise St at Colorado St* Army at Air Force Nevada at Fresno State* All dates are subject to change. New Mexico at San Diego St* San Jose State at UNLV*

San Diego State: Derek Largent, LB; Sam Meredith, DL; Bryce Quigley, OL UNLV: Tim Cornett, RB; Robert Waterman, OL Wyoming: Robert Herron, WR; Tim Gleason, P; Ghaali Muhammad, LB; Brett Smith, QB

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MOUNTAIN WEST BOWL AFFILIATIONS

2012 FINAL MW STANDINGS Team (Coaches/AP) Boise State (14/18)^ Fresno State# San Diego State* Air Force$ Nevada% Wyoming Colorado State UNLV New Mexico Hawai‘i

MW Record 7-1 7-1 7-1 5-3 4-4 3-5 3-5 2-6 1-7 1-7

Pct .875 .875 .875 .625 .500 .375 .375 .250 .125 .125

Home 3-1 4-0 4-0 4-0 1-3 1-3 3-1 2-2 0-4 1-3

Away 4-0 3-1 3-1 1-3 3-1 2-2 0-4 0-4 1-3 0-4

Overall 11-2 9-4 9-4 6-7 7-6 4-8 4-8 2-11 4-9 3-9

Pct .846 .692 .692 .462 .538 .333 .333 .154 .308 .250

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

Away 5-1 3-3 3-2 1-5 5-1 3-3 0-5 0-6 2-5 0-6

Neutral 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Streak W4 L1 L1 L2 L2 L1 W1 L3 L6 W2

^MAACO Bowl Las Vegas participant; #Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl participant; *San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl participant; %Gildan New Mexico Bowl participant; $Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl participant

GILDAN NEW MEXICO Dec. 21, 2013 Albuquerque, NM University Stadium 12:00 p.m. MT TV: ESPN MW vs. Pac-12 2012 MW Representative: Nevada

BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

SHERATON HAWAI‘I BOWL

Dec. 24, 2013 The Bowl Championship Series is made up of five Honolulu, HI Aloha Stadium games – Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl, Sugar Bowl, 3:00 p.m. HT Fiesta Bowl and the National Championship Game. TV: ESPN The University of Hawai‘i became the third nonMW vs. Conference USA BCS team to earn a spot in a BCS game when it 2012 MW Representative: Fresno State participated in the 2008 Allstate Sugar Bowl. Fellow Mountain West member Boise State appeared in The Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl offers the University the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl in 2007 and ’10. of Hawai‘i an automatic spot if it wins a minimum of seven games or finishes with a .500 record. ROSE BOWL GAME presented by Vizio UH has qualified for the bowl six times since the Jan. 1, 2014 bowl’s inception in 2002 and have won three of Pasadena, CA those games (2003, ’04, ’06). Rose Bowl Stadium Last year, the Mountain West began a twoyear affiliation with the bowl. In the event UH TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL does not qualify for the bowl, a MW team will be Jan. 1, 2014 invited such the case last year when Fresno State Glendale, AZ received the MW bid. University of Phoenix Stadium This year’s Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl will feature a MW vs. Conference USA match-up. ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL The game will be played at Aloha Stadium on Jan. 2, 2014 Christmas Eve and televised nationally on ESPN. New Orleans, LA Previously, the WAC sent a representative to Louisiana Superdome the bowl. Nevada has appeared in three bowls – 2005, ’09, and ’11 while Boise State was the DISCOVER ORANGE BOWL WAC’s representative in 2007 after bowl-eligible Jan. 3, 2014 UH was selected to the Allstate Sugar Bowl. Miami Gardens, FL Sun Life Stadium BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Jan. 6, 2014 Pasadena, CA Rose Bowl Stadium 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL

MAACO BOWL LAS VEGAS Dec. 21, 2013 Las Vegas, NV Sam Boyd Stadium 12:30 p.m. PT TV: ABC MW vs. Pac-12 2012 MW Representative: Boise State

FAMOUS IDAHO POTATO BOWL Dec. 21, 2013 Boise, ID Bronco Stadium 3:30 p.m. MT TV: ESPN MW vs. MAC 2012 MW Representative: N/A

SAN DIEGO COUNTY CU POINSETTIA Dec. 26, 2013 San Diego, CA Qualcomm Stadium 6:30 p.m. PT TV: ESPN MW vs. Army/At-Large 2012 MW Representative: San Diego State

BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES Dec. 30, 2013 Fort Worth, TX Amon G. Carter Stadium 10:45 a.m. CT TV: ESPN MW vs. Navy/At-Large 2012 MW Representative: Air Force 55


2013 OPPONENTS

USC

Game #1 Aug. 29 Honolulu, O‘ahu Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium (50,000)

SAN JOSE STATE

Game #5 Oct. 5 Honolulu, O‘ahu Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium (50,000)

NAVY

Head Coach: Lane Kiffin Record at School (Years): 25-13 (3) Career Record (Years): 32-19 (4) 2012 Record: 7-6 2012 Pac-12 Record (Finish): 5-4 (T-2nd Pac-12 South) 2012 Bowl Appearance: Sun (L, 21-7, Georgia Tech) SID: Tim Tessalone Office Phone: (213) 740-8480 Email: tessalon@usc.edu Website: www.usctrojans.com Series History: USC leads 8-0

Head Coach: Ron Crahager Record at School (Years): First Year Career Record (Years): 44-22 (6) 2012 Record: 11-2 2012 WAC Record (Finish): 5-1 (2nd) 2012 Bowl Appearance: Military (W, 29-20, Bowling Green) SID: Lawrence Fan Office Phone: (408) 924-1217 Email: lawrence.fan@sjsu.edu Website: www.sjsuspartans.com Series History: Tied 17-17-1

Head Coach: Ken Niumatalolo Record at School (Years): 40-26 (6) Career Record (Years): Same 2012 Record: 8-5 2012 Conference Record (Finish): N/A 2012 Bowl Appearance: Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl (L, 26-82, Arizona State) SID: Scott Strasemeier Office Phone: (410) 293-8775 Email: sstrasem@usna.edu Website: www.navysports.com Series History: UH leads 2-0

OREGON STATE

UNLV

Game #2 Sept. 7 Corvallis, Ore. Reser Stadium (45,674)

Game #6 Oct. 12 Las Vegas, Nev. Sam Boyd Stadium (36,800)

Head Coach: Mike Riley Record at School (Years): 81-67 (12) Career Record (Years): Same 2012 Record: 9-4 2012 Pac-12 Record (Finish): 2-5 (6th Pac-12 North) 2012 Bowl Appearance: Valero Alamo (L, 31-27, Texas) SID: Steve Fenk Office Phone: (541) 737-3720 Email: steve.fenk@oregonstate.edu Website: www.osubeavers.com Series History: OSU leads 5-3

Head Coach: Bobby Hauck Record at School (Years): 6-32 (3) Career Record (Years): 86-49 (10) 2012 Record: 2-11 2012 MW Record (Finish): 2-6 (8th) 2012 Bowl Appearance: None SID: Mark Wallington Office Phone: (702) 895-4472 Email: mark.wallington@unlv.edu Website: www.unlvrebels.com Series History: UH leads 14-8

NEVADA

COLORADO STATE

Game #3 Sept. 21 Mackay Stadium (29,993) Reno, Nev.

Game #7 Oct. 26 Hawaiian Airlines Field at Honolulu, O‘ahu Aloha Stadium (50,000)

Head Coach: Brian Polian Record at School (Years): First Season Career Record (Years): Same 2012 Record: 7-6 2012 MW Record (Finish): 4-4 (T-5th) 2012 Bowl Appearance: Gildan New Mexico (L, 49-48, Arizona) SID: Chad Hartley Office Phone: (775) 682-6982 Email: hartleyc@unr.edu Website: www.nevadawolfpack.com Series History: Nevada leads 9-8

Head Coach: Jim McElwain Record at School (Years): 4-8 (1) Career Record (Years): Same 2012 Record: 4-8 2012 MW Record (Finish): 3-5 (T-6th) 2012 Bowl Appearance: None SID: Paul Kirk Office Phone: (970) 491-4672 Email: paul.kirk@colostate.edu Website: www.csurams.com Series History: CSU leads 12-9

FRESNO STATE

UTAH STATE

Game #4 Sept. 28 Honolulu, O‘ahu Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium (50,000) Head Coach: Tim DeRutyer Record at School (Years): 9-4 (1) Career Record (Years): 9-4 (1) 2012 Record: 9-4 2012 MW Record (Place): 7-1 (T-1st) 2012 Bowl Appearance: Sheraton Hawai‘i (L, 43-10, SMU) SID: Jason Clay Office Phone: (559) 278-2509 E-Mail: jaclay@csufresno.edu Website: www.gobulldogs.com Series History: FS leads 23-21-1

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Game #8 Nov. 2 Logan, Utah Romney Stadium (25,513) Head Coach: Matt Wells Record at School (Years): First Season Career Record (Years): First Season 2012 Record: 11-2 2012 WAC Record (Finish): 6-0 (1st) 2012 Bowl Appearance: Famous Idaho Potato (W, 41-15, Toledo) SID: Doug Hoffman Office Phone: (435) 797-3714 Email: doug.hoffman@usu.edu Website: www.utahstateaggies.com Series History: Tied 6-6

Game #9 Nov. 9 Annapolis, Md. Navy-Marines Corps Memorial Stadium (34,000)

SAN DIEGO STATE

Game #10 Nov. 16 Honolulu, O‘ahu Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium (50,000) Head Coach: Rocky Long Record at School (Years): 17-9 (2) Career Record (Years): 82-78 (13) 2012 Record: 9-4 2012 MW Record (Finish): 7-1 (T-1st) 2012 Bowl Appearance: Poinsettia (L, 6-23, BYU) SID: Mike May Office Phone: (619) 594-3023 Email: mmay@mail.sdsu.edu Website: www.goaztecs.com Series History: SDSU leads 16-9-2

WYOMING

Game #11 Nov. 23 Laramie, Wyo. War Memorial Stadium (29,181) Head Coach: Dave Christensen Record at School (Years): 22-28 (4) Career Record (Years): 22-28 (4) 2012 Record: 4-8 2012 MW Record (Finish): 3-5 (T-6th) 2012 Bowl Appearance: None SID: Tim Harkins Office Phone: (307) 766-2256 Email: tharkins@uwyo.edu Website: www.gowyo.com Series History: WYO leads 12-8

ARMY

Game #12 Nov. 30 Honolulu, O‘ahu Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium (50,000) Head Coach: Rich Ellerson Record at School (Years): 17-31 (5) Career Record (Years): 77-72 (13) 2012 Record: 2-10 2012 Conference Record (Finish): N/A 2012 Bowl Appearance: None SID: Brian Gunning Office Phone: (845) 938-6871 Email: brian.gunning@usma.edu Website: www.goarmysports.com Series History: UH leads 2-0

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ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES RECORDS HOMECOMING GAMES UH boasts a 37-25-1 all-time record in Homecoming games since 1949. The Warriors had won their last 10 Homecoming games until falling to New Mexico last season. UH’s longest Homecoming win streak is 11 straight from 1967-77. The only tie occurred in 1952 against Willamette (7-7). This year’s Homecoming game is scheduled for Oct. 26 against Colorado State. Season Dec. 16, 1949 Dec. 16, 1950 Dec. 21, 1951 Nov. 28, 1952 Dec. 4, 1953 Nov. 26, 1954 Dec. 2, 1955 Nov. 30, 1956 Nov. 22, 1957 Dec. 6, 1958 Dec. 11, 1959 Nov. 11, 1960 Nov. 24, 1962 Nov. 26, 1963 Nov. 20, 1964 Nov. 20, 1965 Nov. 19, 1966 Nov. 25, 1967 Nov. 23, 1968 Oct. 25, 1969 Oct. 31, 1970 Oct. 30, 1971 Oct. 14, 1972 Nov. 3, 1973 Nov. 23, 1974 Oct. 25, 1975 Oct. 16, 1976 Oct. 22, 1977 Oct. 28, 1978 Nov. 3, 1979 Oct. 11, 1980 Oct. 31, 1981 Nov. 6, 1982 Oct. 22, 1983 Nov. 3, 1984 Nov. 2, 1985 Nov. 8, 1986 Oct. 31, 1987 Nov. 5, 1988 Nov. 4, 1989 Oct. 27, 1990 Oct. 5, 1991 Oct. 24, 1992 Nov. 6, 1993 Nov. 19, 1994 Nov. 18, 1995 Nov. 9, 1996 Nov. 22, 1997 Nov. 7, 1998 Oct. 2, 1999 Oct. 14, 2000 Nov. 10, 2001 Oct. 12, 2002 Oct. 25, 2003 Oct. 23, 2004 Oct. 15, 2005 Oct. 28, 2006 Oct. 27, 2007 Oct. 11, 2008 Nov. 7, 2009 Oct. 30, 2010 Oct. 22, 2011 Oct. 13, 2012

Opponent Pacific Utah Arizona Willamette Lewis & Clark Nebraska Arizona State San Jose State Fresno State Utah Utah State Lewis & Clark Willamette Cal Western New Mexico Cal Western Parsons Fresno State Nevada UNLV Cal State Los Angeles UC Santa Barbara Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Fresno State Santa Clara Portland State Portland State Pacific Temple West Virginia UNLV San Diego State New Mexico Wyoming Colorado State Brigham Young San Diego State New Mexico UTEP Pacific San Diego State UNLV Utah Wyoming San Diego State San Jose State Northeast Louisiana San Jose State UTEP SMU Boise State Nevada UTEP San Jose State New Mexico State Idaho New Mexico State Louisiana Tech Utah State Idaho New Mexico State New Mexico

Result L, 0-75 L, 28-40 L, 21-32 T, 7-7 W, 34-12 L, 0-50 L, 6-39 W, 20-0 L, 8-31 L, 20-47 L, 6-48 L, 13-18 W, 14-12 L, 13-16 L, 0-20 W, 10-8 L, 10-21 W, 29-29 W, 21-0 W, 57-19 W, 31-7 W, 23-14 W, 49-15 W, 28-3 W, 21-7 W, 48-40 W, 20-17 W, 21-12 L, 17-27 L, 31-34 W, 16-13 W, 57-21 L, 28-31 W, 25-16 W, 31-28 W, 34-14 L, 3-10 L, 21-29 W, 45-3 W, 26-7 W, 35-24 L, 21-47 W, 55-25 W, 41-30 L, 10-13 L, 10-49 L, 17-38 L, 20-23 (ot) L, 17-45 W, 33-3 W, 30-15 L, 21-28 W, 59-34 W, 31-15 W, 46-28 W, 49-28 W, 68-10 W, 50-13 W, 24-14 W, 49-36 W, 45-10 W, 45-34 L, 23-35

Team W Abilene Christian 1 Air Force 6 Alabama 1 Alabama-Birmingham 1 Appalachian State 1 Arizona 0 Arizona State 2 Arkansas 0 Arkansas State 0 Army 2 Boise State 3 Boston College 0 Bowling Green State 1 Brigham Young 8 California 2 California Lutheran 1 Cal Poly-Pomona 2 Cal State Fullerton 10 Cal State Los Angeles 6 Cal State Northridge 2 Central Arkansas 1 Central Florida 1 Central Washington 2 Charleston Southern 2 Cincinnati 1 College of Idaho 2 Colorado 2 Colorado State 9 Denver 5 Drake 1 Eastern Illinois 3 Florida 0 Florida Atlantic 0 Fresno State 21 Georgia 0 Grambling 0 Houston 1 Humboldt State 5 Idaho 10 Idaho State 3 Illinois 1 Iowa 1 Kansas 0 Kent 1 Kentucky 0 Lamar 1 Lewis & Clark 5 Linfield 5 Long Beach State 4 Louisiana Tech 8 Maine 1 Miami-Ohio 1 Michigan 0 Michigan State 1 Middle Tennessee State 1 Minnesota 1 Missouri 0 Montana 4 Montana State 1 Navy 2 Nebraska 1 Nevada 8 New Mexico 14 New Mexico-Highlands 1 New Mexico State 8 Northeast Louisiana 0

L 0 12 2 0 0 4 5 1 1 0 10 1 0 21 2 0 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 12 5 0 0 1 1 23 1 3 0 6 2 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 5 2 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 9 8 1 0 1

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T 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 1 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 1 0 0

Pct Last Mtg 1.000 9/13/80 .342 11/16/12 .333 9/2/06 1.000 12/24/04 1.000 8/30/03 .000 9/3/98 .286 12/24/06 .000 12/5/87 .000 9/26/98 1.000 9/11/10 .231 11/10/12 .000 8/31/96 1.000 11/19/77 .276 9/28/12 .500 9/17/94 1.000 9/23/72 .667 10/10/70 .909 10/20/90 .500 10/6/73 1.000 9/6/97 1.000 9/4/09 1.000 10/21/95 1.000 9/27/69 1.000 9/25/10 .333 12/6/08 1.000 11/30/51 .667 9/3/11 .429 10/27/12 .500 1/1/51 1.000 12/19/31 1.000 9/30/06 .000 8/30/08 .000 9/4/04 .478 11/3/12 .000 1/1/08 .000 10/2/76 1.000 12/25/03 .455 9/21/74 .833 10/29/11 1.000 11/4/67 1.000 12/30/92 .250 9/7/91 .000 8/31/85 .500 9/18/93 .000 9/13/58 1.000 9/15/12 .833 9/30/67 .833 11/18/72 .444 9/9/89 .800 10/1/11 1.000 10/6/90 1.000 11/17/01 .000 11/28/98 .200 9/10/05 1.000 9/4/93 1.000 8/30/97 .500 11/26/94 .800 9/8/01 .500 11/13/76 1.000 11/28/09 .167 12/4/82 .471 9/22/12 .636 10/13/12 .500 10/23/71 1.000 10/22/11 .000 11/22/97

Team Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northwestern Notre Dame Occidental Ohio Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Pacific Parsons Pittsburgh Portland Portland State Prairie View Puget Sound Purdue Redlands Rice Rutgers St. Mary’s (CA) San Diego State San Francisco San Jose State Santa Clara South Alabama South Carolina South Dakota State SE Missouri State Southern Methodist Southern Mississippi Southern Oregon SW Louisiana Stanford Temple Tennessee Texas Texas A&I Texas A&M Texas Christian Texas Southern Tulane Tulsa UC Davis UCLA UC Santa Barbara UNLV USC U.S. International Utah Utah State UTEP Washington Washington State Weber State West Virginia Western Illinois Whitworth Willamette Wisconsin Wyoming Yale Totals*

W 1 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 3 3 10 0 1 1 4 1 4 1 4 2 1 0 9 1 17 7 1 2 0 1 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 5 1 0 2 14 0 6 12 6 18 2 3 1 1 0 2 3 1 8 1

L 0 0 1 3 0 1 2 1 4 5 16 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 16 0 17 4 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 1 4 0 2 5 8 8 1 15 6 13 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 5 12 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 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 2 0 0 0

362 348

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Pct Last Mtg 1.000 11/11/72 1.000 9/1/07 .500 11/27/04 .000 12/24/08 1.000 12/8/28 .000 9/7/96 .000 12/3/83 .000 12/2/95 .429 9/10/94 .375 9/13/08 .385 9/21/91 .000 11/19/66 1.000 12/5/92 1.000 9/20/41 .800 9/9/00 1.000 10/20/79 1.000 10/20/73 1.000 11/25/06 1.000 11/13/64 .333 9/18/04 .500 10/4/75 .000 9/27/47 .370 10/6/12 1.000 12/9/31 .500 10/14/11 .636 10/13/79 1.000 12/1/12 1.000 12/5/81 .000 12/25/26 1.000 11/12/94 .800 9/28/02 .000 10/15/77 1.000 9/19/59 1.000 10/1/77 .000 12/2/72 .000 11/3/79 .000 12/4/75 .000 9/2/95 .000 9/18/76 .000 9/1/90 .000 10/7/00 1.000 9/29/73 .750 11/26/11 .556 12/24/10 1.000 9/24/11 .000 1/2/39 .286 10/30/71 .636 11/24/12 .000 9/1/12 .857 9/19/70 .444 9/19/98 .500 11/5/11 .581 10/16/03 .500 9/10/11 .600 9/12/09 1.000 9/6/08 1.000 10/11/80 .000 11/2/74 1.000 11/9/68 .800 11/24/62 .167 12/5/09 .400 9/13/97 1.000 10/3/87 .510

Bold indicates 2013 opponent * - denotes record against collegiate teams only

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2013 OPPONENT SERIES HISTORY ARMY

Shutouts: UH 1 (1970); FS 3 (1941, 1964, 1996) Overtimes: 1 (2008)

Series Information: 3rd Meeting Overall Series Record: UH leads 2-0 in Honolulu: UH leads 1-0 in West Point: UH leads 1-0 First Meeting: Nov. 22, 2003 Last Meeting: Sept. 11, 2010 Longest UH Win Streak: 2 Longest Army Win Streak: 0 Largest UH Win Margin: 31 Largest Army Win Margin: 0 Smallest UH Win Margin: 3 Smallest Army Win Margin: 0 Shutouts: None Overtimes: None Series History Date Score 11/22/03 UH 59, Army 23 09/11/10 *UH 31, Army 28

W 1 1

L 0 0

T Pct - 1.000 - 1.000

COLORADO STATE Series Information: 22nd Meeting Overall Record: CSU leads 12-9 in Honolulu: UH leads 7-4 in Fort Collins: CSU leads 8-2 First Meeting: Dec. 12, 1925 Last Meeting: Oct. 27, 2012 Longest UH Win Streak: 4 Longest CSU Win Streak: 3 Largest UH Win Margin: 53 Largest CSU Win Margin: 63 Smallest UH Win Margin: 1 Smallest CSU Win Margin: 4 Shutouts: UH 2 (1925, 1983); CSU 2 (1995, 1997) Overtimes: None Series History Date Score 12/12/25 UH 41, CSU 0 12/04/64 CSU 13, UH 6 09/18/65 CSU 54, UH 6 09/17/77 CSU 20, UH 16 11/24/79 UH 24, CSU 10 11/28/81 UH 59, CSU 6 09/18/82 *UH 23, CSU 13 09/10/83 UH 34, CSU 0 09/15/84 *CSU 10, UH 3 11/02/85 UH 34, CSU 14 10/18/86 *CSU 31, UH 7 11/07/87 UH 39, CSU 38 09/10/88 *UH 31, CSU 23 10/21/89 *CSU 31, UH 16 11/24/90 CSU 30, UH 27 09/28/91 *CSU 28, UH 16 11/07/92 UH 24, CSU 13 11/11/95 *CSU 22, UH 0 10/05/96 CSU 28, UH 16 10/04/97 *CSU 63, UH 0 10/27/12 *CSU 42, UH 27

FRESNO STATE Series Information: 46th Meeting Overall Record: FS leads 23-21-1 in Honolulu: UH leads 14-11 in Fresno: FS leads 12-7-1 First Meeting: Nov. 18, 1938 Last Meeting: Nov. 3, 2012 Longest UH Win Streak: 6 Longest FS Win Streak: 8 Largest UH Win Margin: 49 Largest FS Win Margin: 56 Smallest UH Win Margin: 2 Smallest FS Win Margin: 1 58

W L 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 2 3 3 3 4 3 5 3 5 4 6 4 6 5 7 5 8 5 7 6 7 7 7 8 9 8 9 9 9 10 9 11 9 12

T Pct - 1.000 - .500 - .333 - .000 - .500 - .667 - .750 - .800 - .667 - .714 - .625 - .667 - .700 - .636 - .583 - .538 - .571 - .533 - .500 - .471 - .429

Series History Date Score 11/18/38 *FS 15, UH 13 12/02/39 FS 38, UH 2 01/01/41 FS 3, UH 0 11/11/46 *UH 7, FS 2 12/06/47 UH 27, FS 13 12/02/49 UH 41, FS 14 10/06/50 *FS 34, UH 20 09/25/54 *UH 25, FS 20 11/26/55 FS 20, UH 18 10/27/56 *FS 39, UH 20 11/22/57 FS 31, UH 8 11/27/59 FS 22, UH 13 09/24/60 *FS 17, UH 7 10/03/64 *FS 28, UH 0 11/27/65 FS 7, UH 3 09/17/66 *FS 28, UH 27 11/25/67 UH 29, FS 19 11/28/70 UH 49, FS 0 10/02/71 FS 19, UH 8 09/22/73 *UH 13, FS 10 11/23/74 UH 21, FS 7 10/06/84 UH 27, FS 15 10/05/85 *UH 24, FS 24 11/15/86 UH 24, FS 13 10/17/92 UH 47, FS 45 11/13/93 *FS 45, UH 21 09/24/94 FS 31, UH 16 11/04/95 UH 42, FS 37 09/28/96 *FS 20, UH 0 10/11/97 UH 28, FS 16 11/14/98 *FS 51, UH 12 11/13/99 UH 31, FS 24 ot 11/04/00 *FS 45, UH 27 10/26/01 UH 38, FS 34 10/25/02 *UH 31, FS 21 10/11/03 UH 55, FS 28 12/12/04 *FS 70, UH 14 10/29/05 FS 27, UH 13 10/14/06 *UH 68, FS 37 11/10/07 UH 37, FS 30 10/04/08 *UH 32, FS 29 ot 10/10/09 FS 42, UH 17 10/09/10 *UH 49, FS 27 11/19/11 FS 24, UH 21 11/03/12 *FS 45, UH 10

W 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 16 17 17 17 18 19 20 20 21 21 21

L 1 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 14 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 18 18 18 19 20 20 20 20 21 21 22 23

T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Pct .000 .000 .000 .250 .400 .500 .429 .500 .444 .400 .364 .333 .308 .286 .267 .250 .294 .333 .316 .350 .381 .409 .413 .438 .460 .442 .426 .446 .431 .450 .435 .453 .424 .456 .471 .486 .472 .459 .474 .488 .500 .488 .500 .489 .478

NAVY Series Information: 3rd Meeting Overall Record: UH leads 2-0 in Honolulu: UH leads 2-0 in Annapolis: None First Meeting: Nov. 20, 1999 Last Meeting: Nov. 28, 2009 Longest UH Win Streak: 2 Longest Navy Win Streak: None Largest UH Win Margin: 7, 2x Largest Navy Win Margin: None Smallest UH Win Margin: 7, 2x Smallest Navy Win Margin: None Shutouts: None Overtimes: None Series History Date Score 11/20/99 UH 48, Navy 41 11/28/09 UH 24, Navy 17

NEVADA Series Information: 18th Meeting Overall Record: UH leads 9-8 in Honolulu: UH 7-4

W 1 2

in Reno: UN leads 5-1 First Meeting: Dec. 15, 1920 Last Meeting: Sept. 22, 2012 Longest UH Win Streak: 3 Longest UN Win Streak: 3 Largest UH Win Margin: 25 Largest UN Win Margin: 61 Smallest UH Win Margin: 2 Smallest UN Win Margin: 8 Shutouts: UH 1 (1968); UN 1 (1920) Overtimes: None Series History Date Score 12/15/20 UN 14, UH 0 12/07/46 UN 26, UH 7 12/17/48 UN 73, UH 12 11/23/68 UH 21, UN 0 11/11/00 UH 37, UN 17 09/22/01 *UN 28, UH 20 10/12/02 UH 59, UN 34 11/15/03 *UN 24, UH 14 10/09/04 UH 48, UN 26 11/05/05 *UN 38, UH 28 10/07/06 UH 41, UN 34 11/16/07 *UH 28, UN 26 10/25/08 UH 38, UN 31 10/31/09 *UN 31, UH 21 10/16/10 UH 27, UN 21 11/12/11 *UN 42, UH 28 09/22/12 UN 69, UH 24

W 0 0 0 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 8 8

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

T -

Pct .000 .000 .000 .250 .400 .333 .429 .375 .444 .400 .455 .500 .538 .500 .533 .500 .471

L 0 1 2 3 3 3 4 5

T Pct. - 1.000 - .500 - .333 - .250 - .400 - .500 - .429 - .375

OREGON STATE Series Information: 9th Meeting Overall Series Record: OSU leads 5-3 in Honolulu: OSU leads 4-3 in Corvallis: OSU leads 1-0 First Meeting: Jan. 1, 1924 Last Meeting: Sept. 13, 2008 Longest UH Win Streak: 2 Longest OSU Win Streak: 3 Largest UH Win Margin: 7 Largest OSU Win Margin: 59 Smallest UH Win Margin: 2 Smallest OSU Win Margin: 3 Shutouts: UH 1 (1924), OSU 1 (1976) Overtimes: None Series History Date Score W 01/01/24 UH 7, OSU 0 1 01/01/40 OSU 39, UH 6 1 01/01/49 OSU 47, UH 27 1 11/27/76 OSU 59, UH 0 1 11/25/89 UH 23, OSU 21 2 12/25/99 UH 23, OSU 17@ 3 12/02/06 OSU 35, UH 32 3 09/06/08 *OSU 45, UH 7 3 @ denotes Jeep O‘ahu Bowl

SAN DIEGO STATE

L 0 0

T Pct. - 1.000 - 1.000

Series Information: 27th Meeting Overall Record: SDSU leads 16-9-2 in Honolulu: SDSU leads 8-6-2 in San Diego: SDSU leads 8-3 First Meeting: Nov. 15, 1939 Last Meeting: Oct. 6, 2012 Longest UH Win Streak: 3, 2x Longest SDSU Win Streak: 9 Largest UH Win Margin: 7 Largest SDSU Win Margin: 48 Smallest UH Win Margin: 1 Smallest SDSU Win Margin: 3 Shutouts: None Overtimes: None

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2013 OPPONENT SERIES HISTORY Series History Date Score W L 11/15/39 *UH 13, SDSU 0 1 0 12/07/40 UH 33, SDSU 7 2 0 09/20/50 SDSU 49, UH 27 2 1 01/01/52 SDSU 34, UH 13 2 2 09/26/53 *SDSU 40, UH 7 2 3 11/08/80 UH 31, SDSU 6 3 3 10/24/81 *UH 28, SDSU 10 4 3 11/06/82 SDSU 31, UH 28 4 4 10/01/83 UH 27, SDSU 27 4 4 10/27/84 UH 16, SDSU 10 5 4 11/30/85 UH 10, SDSU 10 5 4 11/22/86 *SDSU 35, UH 5 5 5 10/31/87 SDSU 29, UH 21 5 6 10/15/88 *UH 32, SDSU 30 6 6 10/07/89 UH 31, SDSU 24 7 6 11/10/90 *SDSU 44, UH 38 7 7 10/05/91 SDSU 47, UH 21 7 8 11/14/92 *SDSU 52, UH 28 7 9 10/09/93 SDSU 45, UH 14 7 10 10/29/94 *SDSU 38, UH 23 7 11 11/18/95 SDSU 49, UH 10 7 12 10/11/96 *SDSU 56, UH 8 7 13 10/25/97 SDSU 10, UH 3 7 14 10/09/98 *SDSU 35, UH 13 7 15 12/07/02 UH 41, SDSU 40 8 15 12/03/05 UH 49, SDSU 38 9 15 10/06/12 *SDSU 52, UH 14 9 16

T Pct - 1.000 - 1.000 - .667 - .500 - .400 - .500 - .571 - .500 1 .500 1 .550 2 .545 2 .500 2 .462 2 .500 2 .533 2 .500 2 .471 2 .444 2 .421 2 .400 2 .381 2 .364 2 .348 2 .333 2 .360 2 .385 2 .370

SAN JOSE STATE Series Information: 36th Meeting Overall Series Record: Tied 17-17-1 in Honolulu: Tied 11-11 in San Jose: Tied 6-6-1 First Meeting: Dec. 11, 1936 Last Meeting: Oct. 14, 2011 Longest UH Win Streak: 7 Longest SJSU Win Streak: 3, twice Largest UH Win Margin: 37 Largest SJSU Win Margin: 42 Smallest UH Win Margin: 1 Smallest SJSU Win Margin: 1, 2x Shutouts: UH 1 (1956); SJSU 3 (1955, 1957, 1962) Overtimes: 2 (2007, 2009) Series History Date Score 12/11/36 SJSU 13, UH 8 12/04/37 SJSU 7, UH 6 12/03/38 UH 13, SJSU 12 09/23/55 *SJSU 34, UH 0 11/30/56 UH 20, SJSU 0 11/30/57 SJSU 12, UH 0 09/27/58 *UH 8, SJSU 6 10/03/59 *SJSU 44, UH 14 12/02/60 SJSU 48, UH 6 11/30/62 SJSU 19, UH 0 11/25/72 UH 28, SJSU 14 11/24/73 SJSU 23, UH 3 11/09/74 SJSU 32, UH 11 11/29/75 UH 30, SJSU 20 09/11/76 *SJSU 48, UH 7 11/05/77 *SJSU 24, UH 14 10/07/78 UH 25, SJSU 11 09/17/88 UH 36, SJSU 27 11/16/91 *UH 35, SJSU 35 11/09/96 SJSU 38, UH 17 11/15/97 *SJSU 38, UH 14 11/07/98 SJSU 45, UH 17 11/06/99 *UH 62, SJSU 41 10/28/00 SJSU 57, UH 48 11/03/01 UH 34, SJSU 10 11/02/02 UH 40, SJSU 31 11/01/03 *UH 13, SJSU 10 10/23/04 UH 46, SJSU 28

W 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 9 10 11 12

L 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10 11 11 11 11 12 13 14 14 15 15 15 15 15

T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Pct .000 .000 .333 .250 .400 .333 .429 .375 .333 .300 .364 .333 308 .357 .333 .313 .353 .389 .395 .375 .357 .341 .369 .354 .380 .404 .423 .444

10/22/05 11/18/06 10/12/07 09/27/08 11/21/09 11/20/10 10/14/11

*UH 45, SJSU 38 13 UH 54, SJSU 17 14 *UH 42, SJSU 35 ot 15 SJSU 20, UH 17 15 *UH 17, SJSU 10 ot 16 UH 41, SJSU 7 17 *SJSU 28, UH 27 17

15 15 15 16 16 16 17

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

.464 .483 .500 .484 .500 .515 .500

UNLV Series Information: 23rd Meeting Overall Record: UH leads 14-8 in Honolulu: UH leads 9-2 in Las Vegas: UNLV leads 6-5 First Meeting: Oct. 25, 1969 Last Meeting: Nov. 24, 2012 Longest UH Win Streak: 7 Longest UNLV Win Streak: 3 Largest UH Win Margin: 38, 3x Largest UNLV Win Margin: 25 Smallest UH Win Margin: 2 Smallest UNLV Win Margin: 1 Shutouts: UH 1 (1983) Overtimes: None Series History Date Score 10/25/69 UH 57, UNLV 19 11/07/70 *UH 28, UNLV 21 10/27/73 UH 31, UNLV 29 10/26/74 *UNLV 33, UH 8 10/14/78 *UNLV 30, UH 20 09/29/79 UNLV 48, UH 31 11/15/80 *UH 24, UNLV 19 10/31/81 UH 57, UNLV 21 10/15/83 *UH 23, UNLV 0 09/29/84 UH 16, UNLV 12 10/24/92 UH 55, UNLV 25 09/30/95 *UH 58, UNLV 30 10/19/96 UH 38, UNLV 28 09/20/97 *UNLV 25, UH 15 12/02/00 UNLV 34, UH 32 09/19/03 *UNLV 33, UH 22 09/16/06 UH 42, UNLV 13 09/15/07 *UH 49, UNLV 14 09/19/09 *UNLV 34, UH 33 12/04/10 UH 59, UNLV 21 09/17/11 *UNLV 40, UH 20 11/24/12 UH 48, UNLV 10

W 1 2 3 3 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 10 10 11 12 12 13 13 14

L 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 5 6 6 6 7 7 8 8

T Pct. - 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 - .750 - .600 - .500 - .571 - .625 - .667 - .700 - .727 - .750 - .769 - .714 - .667 - .625 - .647 - .667 - .632 - .650 - .619 - .636

USC Series Information: 9th Meeting Overall Record: USC leads 8-0 in Honolulu: USC leads 5-0 in Los Angeles: USC leads 3-0 First Meeting: Nov. 15, 1930 Last Meeting: Sept. 1, 2012 Longest UH Win Streak: None Longest USC Win Streak: 7 Largest UH Win Margin: None Largest USC Win Margin: 55 Smallest UH Win Margin: None Smallest USC Win Margin: 16 Shutouts: USC 1 (1930) Overtimes: None

Series History Date Score W 11/15/30 *USC 52, UH 0 0 01/01/36 USC 38, UH 6 % 0 12/12/78 USC 21, UH 5 0 09/04/99 USC 62, UH 7 0 09/13/03 *USC 61, UH 32 0 09/03/05 USC 63, UH 17 0 09/02/10 USC 49, UH 36 0 09/01/12 *USC 49, UH 10 0 % denotes Pineapple Bowl (Honolulu) 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL

L 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

T -

Pc .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

UTAH STATE Series Information: 13th Meeting Overall Series Record: Tied 6-6 in Honolulu: UH leads 4-3 in Logan: USU leads 3-2 First Meeting: Dec., 17 1927 Last Meeting: Nov. 5, 2011 Longest UH Win Streak: 3 Longest USU Win Streak: 4 Largest UH Win Margin: 53 Largest USU Win Margin: 48 Smallest UH Win Margin: 1 Smallest USU Win Margin: 4 Shutouts: USU 1 (1966) Overtimes: None Series History Date Score 12/17/27 UH 21, USU 20 09/14/57 *USU 26, UH 12 12/11/59 USU 48, UH 6 09/11/65 *USU 31, UH 12 11/26/66 USU 48, UH 0 11/12/05 UH 50, USU 23 11/04/06 *UH 63, USU 10 10/06/07 UH 52, USU 37 11/01/08 *USU 30, UH 14 11/07/09 UH 49, USU 6 10/23/10 *UH 45, USU 7 11/05/11 USU 35, UH 31

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

L 0 1 2 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6

T Pct - 1.000 - .500 - .333 - .250 - .200 - .333 - .429 - .500 - .444 - .500 - .545 - .500

Series History Date Score W L 11/18/78 UH 27, WYO 22 1 0 11/17/79 WYO 21, UH 13 1 1 09/27/80 *WYO 45, UH 25 1 2 10/10/81 *UH 14, WYO 9 2 2 10/02/81 WYO 28, UH 10 2 3 11/26/83 WYO 31, UH 13 2 4 11/03/84 UH 31, WYO 28 3 4 10/12/85 *UH 26, WYO 18 4 4 11/29/86 UH 35, WYO 19 5 4 11/28/87 WYO 24, UH 20 5 5 11/19/88 WYO 28, UH 22 5 6 09/16/89 *WYO 20, UH 15 5 7 11/17/90 UH 38, WYO 17 6 7 08/31/91 *UH 32, WYO 17 7 7 11/21/92 UH 42, WYO 18 8 7 10/23/93 *WYO 48, UH 10 8 8 11/19/94 WYO 13, UH 10 8 9 09/16/95 *WYO 52, UH 6 8 10 09/14/96 *WYO 66, UH 0 8 11 09/13/97 WYO 35, UH 6 8 12

T Pct - 1.000 - .500 - .333 - .500 - .400 - .333 - .429 - .500 - .556 - .500 - .455 - .417 - .461 - .500 - .533 - .500 - .471 - .444 - .421 - .400

WYOMING Series Information: 21st Meeting Overall Record: WYO leads 12-8 in Honolulu: WYO leads 7-5 in San Diego: WYO leads 5-3 First Meeting: Nov. 18, 1978 Last Meeting: Sept. 13, 1997 Longest UH Win Streak: 3 Longest WYO Win Streak: 4, 2x Largest UH Win Margin: 24 Largest WYO Win Margin: 66 Smallest UH Win Margin: 3 Smallest WYO Win Margin: 3 Shutouts: WYO 1 (1996) Overtimes: None

* denotes away game

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2012 SEASON IN REVIEW 2012 AWARDS All-America Mike Edwards, KR, Honorable Mention SI.com; Third Team CBSSports.com; Fourth Team Phil Steele; First Team College Sports Madness Alex Dunnachie, P, Honorable Mention, SI.com Jet Award (Return Specialist of the Year) Mike Edwards, Finalist All-MW Mike Edwards, Special Teams Player of the Year; First Team RS; Second Team DB Paipai Falemalu, Second Team DL Alex Dunnachie, Second Team P Ben Clarke, Honorable Mention OL Tavita Woodard, Honorable Mention DL Phil Steele’s All-MW Mike Edwards, First Team KR Scott Harding, Second Team PR Paipai Falemalu, Second Team DL Alex Dunnachie, Third Team P Art Laurel, Third Team LB College Sports Madness All-MW Mike Edwards, First Team KR, Second Team DB Scott Harding, First Team PR Paipai Falemalu, Second Team DL Alex Dunnachie, Second Team P Tavita Woodard, Third Team DL Academic All-MW Kaeo Alo, Ben Clarke, Benetton Fonua, Scott Harding, Marrell Jackson, Mike Milovale, Harold Moleni, Blake Muir, Sean Shigematsu, Cayman Shutter, Kendrick Van Ackeren MW Player of the Week John Hardy-Tuliau, Defense (Nov. 26) Tyler Hadden, Special Teams (Dec. 3) College Football Performance Awards Alex Dunnachie, Hon. Mention Punter (Week 5 & 7) Mike Edwards, National KOR of the Week (Week 3 & 7) Will Gregory, National Freshman Performer of the Year Watch List Beau Yap, Hon. Mention Defensive Line (Week 1 & 4) Phil Steele’s Midseason All-America Mike Edwards, Third Team KR Phil Steele’s Midseason All-MW Mike Edwards, First Team KR, Second Team DB Scott Harding, Third Team PR Beau Yap, Third Team DL Preseason All-MW Paipai Falemalu, DL

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The 2012 University of Hawai‘i football season provided a glimpse of the future for the Rainbow Warriors under Norm Chow, who completed his first season as head coach after spending nearly 40 years as an assistant coach. Usually there’s not much good that comes from a 3-9 season and tie for an eight-place conference finish. However, there were several bright spots during the season, most notably the play of defensive back and kick returner Mike Edwards. The junior was named the Mountain West’s Special Teams Player of the Year in addition to several All-America teams after leading the country in kickoff return yards. He ranked sixth nationally with a 30.4 return average and tied for the national lead with three returns for touchdowns. He was also one of three finalists for the Jet Award, given to the nation’s top return specialist. Defensively, Edwards ranked 11th nationally in passes defended and finished the year with two interceptions. Edwards was one of the reasons why UH’s special teams unit was among the best in the country. The Warriors were one of five teams to rank in the Top 15 in both kickoff and puntreturn yardage. Punt returner Scott Harding ranked 13th nationally with a 12.8 average while punter Alex Dunnachie was fourth with a UH single-season record 46.16-per-punt average. Through the trying season, Chow and the coaching staff experimented with many players in the starting lineup. UH led the country with 32 first-time FBS starters, which included six true freshmen. The Warriors also started a new lineup on offense each of the 12 games. Among the firsttime starters was Duke transfer Sean Schroeder, who started 11 of 12 games at quarterback. The junior finished the year throwing for 1,878 yards and 11 touchdowns. He made his first career start in the opener at USC. However, he rebounded in Game #2, leading UH to a 54-2 blowout of Lamar, throwing for 208 yards and two scores. With an offensive line that featured a revolving door at both guard positions and at right tackle – Schroeder’s blind-side – the Warrior offense failed to generate much of anything for most of the year. The season included many dubious firsts. UH was shutout by BYU, marking the first time in 182 games or a span of 13-plus seasons. The Warriors set a modern-era record for fewest rushing yards (-14) against Boise State and racked up the fewest yards of total offense in a game (149 vs BYU) since 1996. After an eight-game losing streak, second longest in school history and five of which occurred on the road, the Warriors finally put things together during the final two weeks of the season. UH secured its first MW win over UNLV in which the Warriors led 31-0 at the half. Hawai‘i then closed out the season with a 23-7 win over South

ALEX DUNNACHIE

Alabama, while amassing a season-high 410 yards of total offense. ALLSTAR WARRIORS: Three Warriors were selected to play in all-star games following the completion of the season. Long snapper Luke Ingram became just the 19th former Warrior to participate in the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. Defensive lineman Paipai Falemalu and punter Alex Dunnachie competed in the Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game which was held in Tucson, Ariz. FAST AS A JET: Kick returner Mike Edwards was one of three finalists for the Jet Award, given to the nation’s top return specialist. The other finalists were Missouri’s Marcus Murphy and West Virginia’s Tavon Austin. Austin, who ranked in the top 25 nationally in both punt and kickoff returns, was the 2012 award winner. MW’S FINEST: Kick returner Mike Edwards was selected as the Mountain West’s Special Teams Player of the Year as voted by the league’s 10 head coaches and select media panel. In addition, Edwards, a junior from Cleveland, Ohio, was named to the first team as a return specialist and to the second team as a defensive back. Edwards is the first UH player selected as Special Teams Player of the Year since placekicker Jason Elam won Western Athletic Conference honors in 1992. Edwards led the country in kickoff return yardage with 1,215 – which also set a new MW single-season record – and ranked sixth nationally with a 30.4 average. He was one of only four players nationally with at least three kickoff returns for touchdowns. His three scores set new UH and MW single-season marks and he is the only player in MW history to record two 100-yard kick returns in a single season. Edwards is also the school’s career kickoff return yardage leader (2,301) as well as kickoff touchdowns leader (3). EDWARDS ISLAND: Defensively, Mike Edwards ranked 11th nationally with 17 passes defended, which includes two interceptions. He

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2012 SEASON IN REVIEW was the team’s fourth-leading tackler with 43 and had five tackles for loss and one forced fumble. Each game Edwards matched up against the opponent’s top receiver. Against USC’s top receiver tandem of Robert Woods and Marqise Lee, Edwards gave up only four catches for 27 yards and a touchdown to Woods and one catch for 18 yards to Lee. He also held BYU’s top receiver Cody Hoffman without a catch. MORE MW HONORS: In addition to Mike Edwards, senior defensive lineman Paipai Falemalu and senior punter Alex Dunnachie were named to the all-MW second team. Freshman offensive lineman Ben Clarke and junior defensive lineman Tavita Woodard were honorablemention picks. Falemalu, a preseason all-MW pick, tied for the team-lead with 56 tackles, including 10.0 for loss, which was tied for 11th in the MW. The senior from Hau‘ula, O‘ahu also had five sacks, which was tied for ninth in the MW, and had two fumbles recovered. Dunnachie ranked sixth nationally and second in the MW in punting and set a new UH single-season record with a 46.16 average. He had 20 punts of over 50 yards, including a career-long 73-yarder against UNLV, and 12 inside the 20. Clarke, a true freshman from Littleton, Colo.,

LUKE INGRAM

started all 12 games at center and helped to anchor the offensive line. He finished the season with 12 pancake tackles and allowed only two sacks. He was one of two true freshmen nationally to start the season at center. Woodard, a junior from Honolulu, played in all 12 games at defensive end and tackle and was sixth on the team with 38 tackles. He also ranks sixth in the MW in sacks with 5.5 and had one interception and three quarterback hurries. ROOKIE WARRIORS: The Warriors led the country with 32 different players who made their first career FBS starts. Sixteen players on offense and 16 on defense have started games, including true freshmen Ben Clarke (C), Benetton Fonua (LB), Jerrol Garcia-Williams (LB), Marrell Jackson (DB), Harold Moleni (TE), and Ne’Quan Phillips (CB). Clarke was one of just two true freshmen centers nationally to start the season-opener. WOUNDED WARRIORS: The Warriors were plagued with injuries last season, most notably eight players who were lost for the season, including four defensive linemen – Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson (San Diego State), Moses Samia (Nevada), Geordon Hanohano (BYU) and Calen Friel (fall camp). Other Warriors sufferC iing injuries that prevented them to play one snap during the season were receiver Samson Anguay d ((knee), fullback Dustin Elisara (knee), defensive bback Ryan Pasoquen (knee) and receiver Allen Sampson (knee). Hanohano’s injury was so severe S tthat he was forced to retire from football. In UH’s lloss to BYU, the defensive tackle was carted off tthe field with a neck/spine injury. The Wai‘anae, O‘ahu, native and Saint Louis School graduate O ffinished his career with 47 tackles, including 2.0 ffor loss, in 36 games. STREAKS COME TO AN END: The Warriors S put a halt to a number of losing streaks with a p 448-10 victory over UNLV on Nov. 24. Most n notably, UH snapped the school’s second longest ooverall losing streak at eight and conference losiing streak at 10. The Warriors also snapped a 110-game FBS losing streak.

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS The Warriors completed their inaugural season in the Mountain West under first-year head coach Norm Chow with a 3-9 overall record. Following an eight-game losing streak, UH won two straight games over UNLV and South Alabama to conclude the season. UH’s nine losses were the most since the 2000 squad, which also finished that season 3-9. UH led the nation with most first-time FBS starters (32). Air Force was second with 24. UH finished in the Top 15 nationally in three statistical categories – passing defense (11th), kickoff returns (9th) and punt returns (15th). Mike Edwards was named the MW’s Special Teams Player of the Year and to several AllAmerica teams after ranking sixth nationally with a 30.4 kickoff-return average. Edwards was one of three finalists for the Jet Award, given to the nation’s top return specialist. Edwards led the country with three returns for touchdowns, also setting new UH single-season and career marks. UH played on national television six times including just its seventh appearance all-time on network TV in the season-opener against USC on FOX. Long snapper Luke Ingram, who played in all 52 career games and did not miss a snap, was UH’s lone participant in the Senior Bowl. Punter Alex Dunnachie and defensive lineman Paipai Falemalu participated in the Casino del Sol College All-Star Game. Dunnachie ranked fourth nationally in punting with a 46.2 average.

2012 SCHEDULE Date Sept. 1 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 28 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 16 Nov. 24 Dec. 1

Opponent at USC LAMAR NEVADA* at Brigham Young at San Diego State* NEW MEXICO* (Homecoming) at Colorado State* at Fresno State* BOISE STATE* at Air Force* UNLV* SOUTH ALABAMA

Result/Time L, 10-49 W, 54-2 L, 24-69 L, 0-47 L, 14-52 L, 23-35 L, 27-42 L, 10-45 L, 14-49 L, 7-21 W, 48-10 W, 23-7

TV FOX Oceanic PPV NBC Sports ESPN CBS Sports Oceanic PPV Oceanic PPV Oceanic PPV NBC Sports ESPN2 Oceanic PPV Oceanic PPV

BOLD CAPS = Home games played at Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium

Series USC, 8-0 UH, 1-0 UN, 9-8 BYU, 21-8 SDSU, 16-9-2 UH, 14-8 CSU, 12-9 FS, 23-21-1 BSU, 10-3 AFA, 12-6-1 UH, 14-8 UH, 1-0

Notes UH trailed 35-0 at the half Warriors scored on kickoff return and blocked return for TD Most points ever surrendered at Aloha Stadium UH shut-out for the first time since 1998; span of 183 games Warriors trailed 35-7 at the half 10-game Homecoming win streak snapped Warriors commit five turnovers; out-gain CSU 393-291 UH trailed 42-3 at the half; first loss in Fresno since 2004 Broncos reeled off 42 unanswered points UH scored on opening possession; generated 162 yards total offense Warriors led 31-0 at the half; snapped its eight-game losing streak UH amassed season-high 410 yds of total offense, including 229 yds rushing

* = Mountain West game

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2012 GAME RECAPS GAME 1 • Sept. 1, 2012 LA MEMORIAL COLISEUM (93,607) Los Angeles, CA Hawai‘i #1 USC

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LOS ANGELES – Hawai‘i made some noise in the second half, but it was not nearly enough in a 49-10 season-opening loss to topranked USC at the LA Memorial Coliseum. USC capitalized on a bevy of big plays— including a touchdown on its first play from scrimmage—to cruise past the Warriors. In the process, the Trojans spoiled the debut of new Warrior head coach Norm Chow, who served as offensive coordinator during two national-title seasons at USC. It was an inauspicious start for the Warriors as the Trojans scored on its very first play when Heisman Trophy front-runner Matt Barkley connected with Marqise Lee for a 75-yard touchdown. It was part of a big first half for USC, which took a commanding 35-0 lead by the break. Barkley completed 23-of-38 passes for 372 yards and four touchdowns, while the Trojans also scored on an interception return and kickoff return in the win. Adjusting to a new offensive scheme for the first time in nearly 15 years, the Warriors turned the ball over four times and endured some early struggles before finding its rhythm in the second half. Sean Schroeder completed 24-of-39 passes for 208 yards, one touchdown and a pair of interceptions in his debut as Warrior quarterback. After a rough first half, the junior helped lead UH to a pair of scoring drives in the second half. The Warriors marched 69 yards on its opening drive of the second half to finally get on the board. Schroeder connected with Scott Harding on an 18-yard touchdown, a career-first for both players. Schroeder also guided an 11-play, 57-yard drive that ended in a 36-yard Tyler Hadden field goal. The Trojans outgained UH, 353-83, by halftime and finished with a 475-264 yardage advantage. SCORING SUMMARY 1st 14:46 USC Lee 75-yd pass from Barkley (Heidari), 1-75 0:14, UH 0 - USC 7 05:33 USC Woods 20-yd pass from Barkley (Heidari), 8-99 4:05, UH 0 - USC 14 03:12 USC Pullard 27-yd interception return (pass failed), UH 0 - USC 20 2nd 13:31 USC Redd 31-yd run (pass failed), 5-70 2:40, UH 0 - USC 26 05:00 USC Woods 2-yd pass from Barkley (rush failed), 2-32 0:39, UH 0 - USC 32 00:00 USC Heidari 28-yd field goal, 3-29 0:14, UH 0 - USC 35 3rd 10:11 UH Harding 18-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden kick), 12-69 4:44, UH 7 - USC 35 10:00 USC Lee 100-yd kickoff return (Heidari), UH 7 - USC 42 04:40 UH Hadden 36-yd field goal, 11-57 5:12, UH 10 - USC 42 4th 12:58 USC Telfer 11-yd pass from Barkley (Heidari), 14-75 6:42, UH 10 - USC 49 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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It’s the start of another year of big plays and “my, oh Miah!” moments when multi-sport athlete Jeremiah “Miah” Ostrowski and the rest of the University of Hawai‘i Warriors swoop into Halawa for their home opener against the Lamar Cardinals. Hawai‘i

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Sept. 15, 2012 • 6 p.m. Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium

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USC 20 23-81 394 41-26-0 64-475 0-0 2-34 1-100 2-41 3-45.7 1-1 8-74 27:29 4 of 14 4 of 6 4-4 5-27

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HONOLULU – Hawai‘i made head coach Norm Chow’s home debut a successful one as the Warriors routed Lamar, 54-2, at Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium. The Warriors (1-1) built a comfortable 28-0 halftime lead and only allowed a missed PAT return on their final touchdown for Lamar’s only two points of the game. UH extended its lead to 35-0 after Mike Edwards’ 95-yard kickoff return to open the second half and also scored on a blocked punt return for touchdown in the first half. The Warriors held the Cardinals (1-2) of the Football Championship Subdivision’s Southland Conference to 127 yards of total offense, the fewest for a UH opponent since 1987. UH forced three fumbles and did not

commit a turnover in the game. Quarterback Sean Schroeder threw for 150 yards and three touchdowns while running backs Will Gregory, John Lister, Joey Iosefa and Sterling Jackson combined to rush for 215 of the team’s 219 rushing yards. The Warriors gained 369 yards of total offense. The UH defense posted a shutout of the Lamar offense, marking the first time since a 24-0 shutout of Idaho that the Warriors did not allow an opponent touchdown. Prior to the game, the Warriors unveiled the “Warrior Walk,” a new tradition in which the team walks into the stadium through a section of the parking lot. The team was greeted by fans and entered the stadium followed by the band and cheerleaders. SCORING SUMMARY 1st 09:25 UH Davis 16-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden), 1-16 0:04, LU 0 - UH 7 2nd 08:10 UH Lister 7-yd run (Hadden), 5-80 2:13, LU 0 - UH 14 03:51 UH Bright 8-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden), 5-51 2:09, LU 0 - UH 21 02:07 UH Phillips 21-yd blocked punt return (Hadden), LU 0 - UH 28 3rd 14:43 UH Edwards 95-yd kickoff return (Hadden), LU 0 - UH 35 09:07 UH Hadden 32-yd field goal, 8-37 4:27, LU 0 - UH 38 08:10 UH Hadden 31-yd field goal, 4--1 0:49, LU 0 - UH 41 4th 14:10 UH Gant 9-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden), 12-72 5:23, LU 0 - UH 48 08:19 UH Lister 3-yd run (Harding rush fumbled), 8-45 4:10, LU 0 - UH 54 08:19 LU Guillory, Adrian PAT return, LU 2 - UH 54 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-Will Gregory 10-48; Joey Iosefa 10-27; Team 1-minus 9; Sean Schroeder 11-minus 10. USC-Redd, Silas 9-56; Morgan, D.J. 7-25; McNeal, Curtis 5-10; Wittek, Max 2-minus 10. PASSING: Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 24-39-2-208. USC-Barkley, Matt 23-38-0-372; Wittek, Max 3-3-0-22. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-Jeremiah Ostrowski 8-34; Joey Iosefa 4-30; Billy Ray Stutzmann 3-49; Scott Harding 3-43; Ryan Hall 3-17; Trevor Davis 1-16; Justin Clapp 1-10; Chris Gant 1-9. USC-Lee, Marqise 10-197; Woods, Robert 6-42; Grimble, Xavier 2-38; Vainuku, Soma 2-23; Redd, Silas 1-41; McNeal, Curtis 1-20; Telfer, Randall 1-11; Blackwell, Vict 1-9; Farmer, George 1-7; Agholor, Nelson 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Hawai‘i-None. USC-Pullard, Hayes 1-27; Shaw, Josh 1-14. FUMBLES: Hawai‘i-Team 1-0; Sean Schroeder 1-1; Joey Iosefa 1-1. USC-Redd, Silas 1-1.

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LU 6 28-44 83 20-11-0 48-127 0-0 1-0 7-84 0-0 10-37.3 5-3 8-81 25:56 1 of 12 0 of 1 0-0 0-0

UH 20 48-219 150 23-15-0 71-369 0-0 5-45 1-95 0-0 3-26.3 1-0 5-30 34:04 3 of 11 0 of 1 7-8 3-18

RUSHING: Lamar-Harris, Darrell 4-37; Sims, Herschel 12-8; Garrett, DePauldrick 7-4; Mossakowski, Ryan 5-minus 5. Hawai‘i-Will Gregory 6-62; John Lister 10-55; Joey Iosefa 15-55; Sterling Jackson 12-43; Mike Edwards 1-3; Scott Harding 1-3; Sean Schroeder 1-0; Team 2-minus 2. PASSING: Lamar-Mossakowski, Ryan 11-20-0-83. Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 15-23-0-150. RECEIVING: Lamar-Soto, Cory 2-22; Sims, Herschel 2-18; Begelton, Reggie 2-14; Edwards, Jordan 2-13; Ford, Barry 1-13; Franks, VanLawrance 1-4; Garrett, DePauldrick 1-minus 1. Hawai‘i-Trevor Davis 3-85; Joey Iosefa 3-11; Jeremiah Ostrowski 2-15; Ryan Hall 2-7; Justin Clapp 1-12; Chris Gant 1-9; Darius Bright 1-8; Jared Leaf 1-5; Will Gregory 1-minus 2. INTERCEPTIONS: Lamar-None. Hawai‘i-None. FUMBLES: Lamar-Mossakowski, Ryan 2-1; Venson, Mik 2-1; Davis, Nashon 1-1. Hawai‘iSean Schroeder 1-0. McCagg 1-0.

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1 14 3

2 20 14

3 21 0

GAME 4 • Sept. 28, 2012 LAVELL EDWARDS STADIUM (62,022) 4 14 7

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HONOLULU – Hawai‘i could not contain Stefphon Jefferson and the Nevada Wolf Pack in a 69-24 loss in a nationally televised game at Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium. Jefferson tied an NCAA record against a major college opponent with seven touchdowns – six rushing and one receiving – and broke the Mountain West mark for points scored. The Wolf Pack (3-1, 1-0 MW) generated 575 yards of total offense while Jefferson finished the game with 170 yards rushing and 76 yards receiving. The 69 points were the most points surrendered by UH in a home game since 1950 and most in a conference home game. The 45-point margin of defeat was tied for the most in a conference home game. The Warriors (1-2, 0-1) moved the ball in the first half with 275 yards of total offense but struggled to match Nevada’s scoring drives. The Wolf Pack closed the half with two touchdowns in the final 5:35 for a 34-17 lead. Nevada scored 21 points in the third quarter and opened the fourth period with a 78-yard interception return for touchdown by Khalid Whooten. Hawai‘i quarterback Sean Schroeder passed for 234 yards and two touchdowns. Jeremiah Ostrowski led the Warriors with 99 yards receiving, including a 36-yard touchdown in the second quarter, which pulled UH to within 20-17. Cody Fajardo passed for 220 yards and two touchdowns for the Wolf Pack, which snapped a seven-game losing streak to Hawai‘i in Honolulu. vs.

Hawai‘i

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Sept. 22, 2012 4:30 p.m. Aloha Stadium

After trading in his Blue Devils’ jersey for a Warriors’ uniform, Sean Schroeder needed just three practices to convince Coach Norm Chow he was the right person for the vacant quarterbacking job. Now, the junior signal caller has his teammates focused and pointed in the right direction, with an opportunity to push Hawai‘i’s record to 2-1 with a win over Nevada today.

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SCORING SUMMARY 1st 06:41 NEV Jefferson 55-yd pass from Fajardo (Hardison), 4-72 1:02, NEV 7 - UH 0 03:36 UH Hadden 22-yd field goal, 8-56 2:57, NEV 7 - UH 3 01:17 NEV Jefferson 3-yd run (Hardison), 8-62 2:15, NEV 14 - UH 3 2nd 13:46 UH Hall 19-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden), 7-67 2:24, NEV 14 - UH 10 11:08 NEV Jefferson 2-yd run (PAT blocked), 9-65 2:38, NEV 20 - UH 10 08:37 UH Ostrowski 36-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden), 7-80 2:26, NEV 20 - UH 17 05:35 NEV Jefferson 1-yd run (Hardison), 8-90 2:58, NEV 27 - UH 17 02:00 NEV Jefferson 5-yd run (Hardison), 8-58 2:42, NEV 34 - UH 17 3rd 10:34 NEV Jefferson 3-yd run (Hardison), 1-3 0:04, NEV 41 - UH 17 04:54 NEV Sudfeld 8-yd pass from Fajardo (Hardison), 11-63 4:11, NEV 48 - UH 17 00:14 NEV Jefferson 1-yd run (Hardison), 8-54 3:37, NEV 55 - UH 17 4th 12:47 NEV Wooten 78-yd interception return (Hardison), NEV 62 - UH 17 06:22 UH Will Gregory 4-yd run (Hadden), 13-70 6:20, NEV 62 - UH 24 04:24 NEV Hale 52-yd run (Hardison), 4-71 1:52, NEV 69 - UH 24 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

NEV 30 56-355 220 20-14-0 76-575 0-0 3-57 4-71 2-78 2-46.5 0-0 2-24 28:03 8 of 12 2 of 2 7-7 4-29

UH 20 34-144 234 40-22-2 74-378 0-0 0-0 10-245 0-0 5-36.4 2-0 6-45 31:57 6 of 17 2 of 4 3-3 0-0

RUSHING: Nevada-Jefferson, Stefphon 31-170; Hale, Nick 5-84; Fajardo, Cody 13-69; Combs, Devin 3-24; Knight, Anthony 3-9; Team 1-minus 1. Hawai‘i-Will Gregory 16-92; Bubba Poueu-Luna 1-36; John Lister 7-21; Sterling Jackson 4-18; Jeremiah Ostrowski 1-4; Sean Schroeder 5-minus 27. PASSING: Nevada-Fajardo, Cody 14-20-0-220. Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 22-40-2-234. RECEIVING: Nevada-Wimberly, Brandon 4-35; Jefferson, Stefphon 3-76; Sudfeld, Zach 3-41; Turner, Richy 2-21; Arendse, Kolby 1-39; Bradley, Aaron 1-8. Hawai‘i-Jeremiah Ostrowski 7-99; Trevor Davis 5-69; Chris Gant 3-22; Scott Harding 3-11; Ryan Hall 2-24; John Lister 1-6; Craig Cofer 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: Nevada-Wooten, Khalid 1-78; Garrett, Charles 1-0. Hawai‘i-None. FUMBLES: Nevada-None. Hawai‘i-Siasau Matagiese 1-0; Sean Schroeder 1-0.

Hawai‘i Brigham Young

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PROVO, Utah – Hawai‘i found the going rough in its second road game of the year with a 47-0 loss at LaVell Edwards Stadium. The Warriors dropped to 1-3 on the season with a rare shutout loss. The Warriors found little luck on both sides of the ball. UH failed to score for the first time since a 28-0 home loss to SMU in 1998. The Warriors, who mustered just 149 yards of total offense, had previously scored in 182 straight contests. Meanwhile, a week after surrendering 355 rushing yards at home against Nevada, the Warriors again were victim of a strong rushing attack. The Cougars (3-2) finished with 396 yards, the most by a UH opponent since 2004. Leading the way were freshman quarterback Taysom Hill and freshman running back Jamaal Williams who combined for 297 of those yards. Hill, who made his first career start for the Cougars, rushed for 143 yards rushing and one touchdown, while passing for 112 yards and two touchdowns in a little less than three quarters of action. Williams, meanwhile, tallied 155 yards and two touchdowns. The Cougars remained undefeated (9-0) against the Warriors in Provo and have won nine of the last 10 meetings overall. The Cougars racked up 343 yards of offense in the first half alone. A total of 255 of those came on the ground, including 145 by Hill, as BYU took a 20-0 lead at the break. Things didn’t get much better for UH in the second half when the Warriors turned the ball over deep in their own territory on their first possession, resulting in another BYU touchdown—the first of four scores by the Cougars in the second half. UH recorded a season-high four sacks in the loss, while freshman Ne‘Quan Phillips recorded the team’s first interception of the year. SCORING SUMMARY 1st 10:48 BYU Williams 2-yd run (Stephenson), 9-77 4:12, UH 0 - BYU 7 2nd 14:52 BYU Apo 22-yd pass from Hill (Stephenson), 7-80 2:27, UH 0 - BYU 14 06:16 BYU Hill 68-yd run (PAT Blocked), 3-87 1:14, UH 0 - BYU 20 3rd 13:38 BYU Williams 3-yd run (Stephenson), 2-3 0:36, UH 0 - BYU 27 04:18 BYU Mahina 12-yd pass from Hill (Stephenson), 6-70 2:35, UH 0 - BYU 34 00:00 BYU Lasike 4-yd run (PAT failed), 6-23 3:03, UH 0 - BYU 40 4th 06:58 BYU Lasike 1-yd run (Sorenson), 11-72 5:58, UH 0 - BYU 47 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Los Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UH 9 27-41 108 27-12-1 54-149 0-0 0-0 4-72 1-13 8-48.8 2-2 7-75 24:11 1 of 12 0 of 2 0-0 4-24

BYU 30 54-396 144 24-14-1 78-540 1-1 3-15 1-23 1-0 4-44.8 2-0 6-70 35:49 7 of 14 1 of 2 5-5 3-33

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-Will Gregory 20-68; John Lister 1-3; Sterling Jackson 2-1; Mike Edwards 1-0; Sean Schroeder 3-minus 31. BYU-Williams, Jamaal 15-155; Hill, Taysom 15-143; Lasike, Paul 10-40; Foote, David 10-39; Alisa, Michael 2-12; Pritchard, Iona 1-5; Lark, James 1-2. PASSING: Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 12-27-1-108. BYU-Hill, Taysom 12-21-1-112; Lark, James 2-2-0-32; Team 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-Billy Ray Stutzmann 4-65; Craig Cofer 2-14; Trevor Davis 2-9; Jeremiah Ostrowski 1-9; John Lister 1-5; Sterling Jackson 1-3; Chris Gant 1-3. BYU-Apo, Ross 3-27; Falslev, JD 3-25; Williams, Jamaal 2-30; Hoffman, Cody 2-16; Mendenhall, Zed 2-9; Lasike, Paul 1-25; Mahina, Devin 1-12. INTERCEPTIONS: Hawai‘i-Ne’Quan Phillips 1-13. BYU-Sorensen, Daniel 1-0. FUMBLES: Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 2-2. BYU-Williams, Jamaal 1-0; Hill, Taysom 1-0.

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2012 GAME RECAPS GAME 5 •Oct. 6, 2012 QUALCOMM STADIUM (50,586) Hawai‘i San Diego State

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SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Hawai‘i dropped its third straight contest with a 52-14 loss to San Diego State in a Mountain West contest at Qualcomm Stadium. Playing on the road for the second straight week, the Warriors (1-4, 0-2 MWC) got off to a slow start and couldn’t recover. The Aztecs (3-3, 1-1 MWC) scored the game’s first three touchdowns and took a 35-7 lead into the locker room in cruising to their first conference win of the year. Aztec quarterback Ryan Katz led SDSU to the win, running for three touchdowns and throwing for two more. Four of those five touchdowns came in the first half alone as Katz scored on runs of 27-, 34- and 9-yards while tossing a 36-yard pass to Brice Butler. After falling behind 21-0, the Warriors finally got on the board when Sean Schroeder connected with Trevor Davis for a 1-yard score midway through the second quarter. It was the sophomore’s second touchdown of the year and snapped a scoreless streak of nearly six quarters for the Warriors. The Aztecs, however, responded with two straight touchdowns, including one following a UH fumble in their own territory late in the half. The Warriors came out strong in the second half, taking its opening drive 78 yards, capped by a 3-yard Will Gregory scoring plunge. But a UH rally was not in the works with the Aztecs scoring the game’s final 17 points. Turnovers stung the Warriors as three fumbles resulted in 17 SDSU points. SCORING SUMMARY 1st 08:28 SDS Katz 27-yd run (Marden), 7-59 3:38, UH 0 - SDSU 7 05:50 SDS Muema 1-yd run (Marden), 5-18 2:32, UH 0 - SDSU 14 2nd 12:50 SDS Katz 34-yd run (Marden), 4-44 1:51, UH 0 - SDSU 21 08:01 UH Davis 1-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden), 4-17 1:49, UH 7 - SDSU 21 06:08 SDS Butler 36-yd pass from Katz (Marden), 6-72 1:53, UH 7 - SDSU 28 00:24 SDS Katz 9-yd run (Marden), 4-29 0:41, UH 7 - SDSU 35 3rd 11:10 UH Gregory 3-yd run (Tyler Hadden kick), 9-78 3:50, UH 14 - SDSU 35 02:41 SDS Marden 35-yd field goal, 8-22 3:35, UH 14 - SDSU 38 4th 13:32 SDS Muema 31-yd pass from Katz (Marden), 6-69 2:47, UH 14 - SDSU 45 03:40 SDS Price 2-yd run (Marden), 15-58 8:09, UH 14 - SDSU 52 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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HONOLULU – Hawai‘i saw its Homecoming game win streak come to an end in a 35-23 loss to New Mexico Saturday night at Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium. The Warriors (1-5, 0-3 Mountain West) dropped their fourth straight contest and are off to a 1-5 start for just the first time since 2000. UH also lost its Homecoming game for the first time since losing to Boise State in 2001 after 10 consecutive wins. UH amassed a season-high 391 yards of total offense, including career-highs for quarterback Sean Schroeder (292 passing yards) and running back Will Gregory (99 rushing yards). On the flip side, the Lobos (4-3, 1-1), which entered the game as the nation’s eighthranked rushing team, tallied 452 total yards, including 332 yards on the ground. Running back Kasey Carrier rushed for 161 yards and two scores while back-up quarterback Cole Gautsche rushed for 104 yards, including a 76-yard touchdown in the third quarter. New Mexico raced out to a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter, tallying 187 yards on its first three drives. UH was able to cut the deficit to 21-10 by the half. On the Warriors’ opening possession of the second half, the drive stalled at the 5-yard line as Gregory was stopped on a fourth and goal. On UNM’s ensuing drive, Gautsche’s keeper went 76 yards for a touchdown leading to a 28-10 Lobos lead. The Warriors answered right back. Edwards redeemed himself from an earlier fumble and received the kickoff five yards deep in the endzone and took it to the house, marking his second touchdown of the season. UH closed to within 28-23 with 9:49 left in the fourth quarter after Lister’s one-yard touchdown run. But the Lobos put away the game with a nearly 10-minute drive and Holbrook’s 5-yard touchdown run. T H E

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facing the new mexico lobos tonight in their annual homecoming game, the warriors will look to players such as cornerback/kick return specialist mike edwards to help jump-start hawai‘i’s attack and spark a turnaround to the 2012 season.

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SCORING SUMMARY 1st 11:58 NM Carrier 23-yd run (Adams), NM 7 - UH 0 05:51 NM Edwards 6-yd run (Adams), NM 14 - UH 0 2nd 12:24 NM Carrier 1-yd run (Adams), NM 21 - UH 0 05:55 UH Harding 51-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden), NM 21 - UH 7 00:16 UH Hadden 49-yd field goal, NM 21 - UH 10 3rd 04:52 NM Gautsche 76-yd run (Adams), NM 28 - UH 10 04:40 UH Edwards 100-yd kickoff return (Hadden), NM 28 - UH 17 4th 09:49 UH Lister 1-yd run (2-pt failed), NM 28 - UH 23 03:49 NM Holbrook 5-yd run (Adams), NM 35 - UH 23

SDSU 27 51-194 218 33-17-0 84-412 0-0 4-38 2-42 0-0 6-38.0 0-0 6-60 37:05 11 of 20 0 of 0 4-4 2-23

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-Will Gregory 22-81; John Lister 2-9; Sterling Jackson 2-0; Trevor Davis 1-minus 1; Team 1-minus 5; Sean Schroeder 2-minus 23. San Diego State-Muema, Adam 20-77; Katz, Ryan 10-57; Kazee, Walter 4-24; Price, Chase 9-22; Garrett, Dwayne 2-14; Ruffin, Ezell 1-10; Hazely, Jemond 1-5; Team 2-minus 6; Dingwell, Adam 2-minus 9. PASSING: Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 14-28-0-112. San Diego State-Katz, Ryan 15-29-0-190; Dingwell, Adam 2-4-0-28. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-Billy Ray Stutzmann 6-36; Trevor Davis 4-29; Jeremiah Ostrowski 2-24; Darius Bright 2-23. San Diego State-Ruffin, Ezell 4-43; Denso, Dylan 2-32; Sandifer, Domin 2-24; Escobar, Gavin 2-16; Butler, Brice 1-36; Muema, Adam 1-31; Shields, D.J. 1-18; Vizzi, Tim 1-7; Kazee, Walter 1-5; Katz, Ryan 1-5; YOUNG, Chad 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: Hawai‘i-None. San Diego State-None. FUMBLES: Hawai‘i-Will Gregory 1-1; Billy Ray Stutzmann 1-1; Mike Edwards 1-1; Team 1-0. San Diego State-None.

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

NM 24 63-336 120 13-8-0 76-456 0-0 1-2 3-59 0-0 4-33.8 2-0 5-45 38:32 9 of 17 3 of 4 3-3 2-7

UH 21 27-119 272 42-20-0 69-391 0-0 2-4 5-178 0-0 2-56.5 4-3 5-52 21:28 4 of 14 4 of 6 1-4 1-6

RUSHING: New Mexico-Carrier, Kasey 35-161; Gautsche, Cole 5-104; Pressley, J. 7-20; Holbrook, B.R. 7-19; Wiggins, Carlos 1-10; Solomon, Q. 1-8; Kirk, Ty 1-8; Bundy, Marquis 1-6; Edwards, SaQwan 1-6; Anaya, David 1-minus 1; Clayton, Chase 1-minus 2; Team 2-minus 3. Hawai‘i-Will Gregory 13-99; John Lister 9-27; Scott Harding 2-minus 2; Sean Schroeder 3-minus 5. PASSING: New Mexico-Holbrook, B.R. 7-12-0-109; Gautsche, Cole 1-1-0-11. Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 20-42-0-272. RECEIVING: New Mexico-Reed, Lucas 2-24; Edwards, SaQwan 1-36; Clayton, Chase 1-33; Biren, Chris 1-11; Carrier, Kasey 1-9; Solomon, Q. 1-7; Thomas, Lamaar 1-0. Hawai‘i-Billy Ray Stutzmann 6-73; Chris Gant 4-46; Scott Harding 3-80; John Lister 3-25; Harold Moleni 1-16; Darius Bright 1-15; Jeremiah Ostrowski 1-14; Ryan Hall 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: New Mexico-None. Hawai‘i-None. FUMBLES: New Mexico-Carrier, Kasey 1-0; Kirk, Ty 1-0. Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 2-2; Mike Edwards 1-1; Scott Harding 1-0.

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2012 GAME RECAPS GAME 7 •Oct. 27, 2012 HUGHES STADIUM (16,573) Hawai‘i Colorado State

1 14 7

GAME 8 •Nov. 3, 2012 BULLDOG STADIUM (30,758)

Ft. Collins, C0

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3 6 0

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Hawai‘i Fresno State

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. – In a roller coaster of a game, Hawai‘i (1-6, 0-4 Mountain West) fell to Colorado State, 42-27, at Hughes Stadium, dropping its fifth straight game. It was another game of missed opportunities for the Warriors. The UH defense forced a season-high five turnovers and blocked a punt, but the Warriors couldn’t fully capitalize in falling to a Ram squad (2-6, 1-3 MW) that snapped a sixgame skid of their own with their first league win. The first half saw the momentum shift back and fourth. The Warriors got off to a fast start by scoring on a 12-yard fumble recovery by linebacker Jerrol Garcia-Williams less than five minutes into the game. When Sean Schroeder connected with Chris Gant on an 8-yard touchdown, UH went up 14-7 just 10 minutes into the game. But the Rams turned the tide, scoring 21 unanswered points and parlayed two UH fumbles into eventual touchdowns, while a 76-yard punt return set up another score. The third quarter proved to be the key quarter as the Warriors shut down the Rams, forcing three turnovers and blocking a punt. However, UH failed to take full advantage of numerous short-field opportunities, getting just a pair of field goals. With Colorado State clinging to a one-point lead entering the fourth quarter, the Rams sealed the Warriors’ fate with a pair of interception returns in the final frame, including a 74-yard return by DeAndre Elliott to give CSU a 35-27 cushion. UH lost despite distinct advantages in yards (393-291), first downs (25-16) and time of possession (36:06-23:54). Joey Iosefa returned to the lineup after missing four games and rushed for a career-high 106 yards on 22 carries. Freshman Marrell Jackson was an impact player on defense and special teams with two forced fumbles and a blocked punt.

FRESNO, Calif. – Hawai‘i continued its losing skid with a 45-10 loss to Fresno State at Bulldog Stadium. UH (1-7, 0-5 MW) lost its sixth straight game, five of which have come in Mountain West action. The win was Fresno State’s first over UH at home since 2004. The Bulldogs (7-3, 5-1 MW) put the game away early, going up 21-0 in the first quarter en route to a 42-3 halftime lead. Fresno State racked up 428 yards of offense in the first half alone with Derek Carr leading the offensive explosion. The junior quarterback threw for 304 yards and four touchdowns while sitting out the entire second half. The Warriors were continually burnt by long-yardage plays as Carr threw five passes of 31 yards or longer, three of which went for touchdowns. Bulldog running back Robbie Rouse also busted out for a 51-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter. The UH offense, meanwhile, continued its struggles surrendering five sacks and turning the ball over three times. Tyler Hadden tied his career-high with a 49-yard field goal in the second quarter and UH put together a late touchdown drive. However, the team left points off the board with an interception in the red zone and a missed field goal. Junior quarterback Sean Schroeder finished 16-of-30 for 162 yards. Junior safety John Hardy-Tuliau led the UH defense with seven tackles and an interception. Quarterbacks Cayman Shutter and Jeremy Higgins both saw their first action of the season in the fourth quarter. Shutter completed one pass from 3 yards in two series, while Higgins directed UH’s lone touchdown drive of the day.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st 10:38 UH Garcia-Williams 12-yd fumble recovery (Hadden), UH 7 - CS 0 08:29 CS Nwoke 27-yd pass from Smith (Roberts), 5-69 1:58, UH 7 - CS 7 04:27 UH Gant 8-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden), 9-75 4:02, UH 14 - CS 7 2nd 14:09 CS Nwoke 7-yd run (Roberts), 2-29 0:26, UH 14 - CS 14 12:50 CS Skelton 5-yd run (Roberts), 1-5 0:05, UH 14 - CS 21 06:19 CS Morris 1-yd run (Roberts), 7-66 2:46, UH 14 - CS 28 05:10 UH Schroeder 1-yd run (Hadden), 4-2 1:01, UH 21 - CS 28 3rd 06:51 UH Hadden 26-yd field goal, 5-8 1:43, UH 24 - CS 28 04:31 UH Hadden 43-yd field goal, 4-10 1:14, UH 27 - CS 28 4th 14:36 CS Elliott 76-yd interception return (Roberts), UH 27 - CS 35 01:17 CS Oden 40-yd interception return (Roberts), UH 27 - CS 42

SCORING SUMMARY 1st 09:31 FS Evans 8-yd pass from Carr (Breshears), 6-80 1:22, UH 0 - FS 7 08:05 FS Root 47-yd pass from Carr (Breshears), 1-47 0:12, UH 0 - FS 14 03:14 FS Watson 1-yd run (Breshears), 8-40 2:47, UH 0 - FS 21 2nd 13:56 FS Rouse 51-yd run (Breshears), 3-60 0:52, UH 0 - FS 28 07:03 UH Hadden 49-yd field goal, 11-49 2:42, UH 3 - FS 28 03:17 FS Adams 45-yd pass from Carr (Breshears), 10-73 3:40, UH 3 - FS 35 00:12 FS Burse 31-yd pass from Carr (Breshears), 9-83 1:26, UH 3 - FS 42 3rd 06:51 FS Breshears 32-yd field goal, 10-60 4:15, UH 3 - FS 45 4th 03:06 UH Higgins 5-yd run (Hadden), 7-75 2:04, UH 10 - FS 45

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

UH 25 47-193 200 46-19-3 93-393 2-27 2-14 5-124 2-12 5-39.0 2-2 5-31 36:06 8 of 21 1 of 3 4-5 0-0

CS 16 35-176 115 17-10-2 52-291 2-41 2-80 4-95 3-116 5-52.4 3-3 8-114 23:54 1 of 6 0 of 0 3-3 4-19

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-Joey Iosefa 22-106; Will Gregory 16-84; John Lister 2-4; Sean Schroeder 7-minus 1. Colorado State-Nwoke, Chris 19-115; Morris, Tommey 9-53; Skelton, James 3-10; Hansley, Joe 2-0; Team 2-minus 2. PASSING: Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 19-46-3-200. Colorado State-Smith, Conner 10-17-2-115. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-John Lister 4-58; Jeremiah Ostrowski 4-48; Chris Gant 3-35; Will Gregory 3-10; Ryan Hall 2-26; Scott Harding 2-11; Billy Ray Stutzmann 1-12. Colorado State-Hansley, Joe 3-19; Lovett, Charles 2-33; Cartwright, Kiv 2-24; Nwoke, Chris 1-27; Coffman, Thomas 1-7; Greenwood, Lou 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Hawai‘i-Tavita Woodard 1-12; Brenden Daley 1-0. Colorado State-Elliott, DeAndre 1-76; Oden, Jasen 1-40; Vaden, Jordon 1-0. FUMBLES: Hawai‘i-Ryan Hall 1-1; Joey Iosefa 1-1. Colorado State-Nwoke, Chris 2-2; Morris, Tommey 1-1.

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 34-79 PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions 6 of 17 Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UH 17 44-151 221 38-21-1 72-300 0-0 1-10 7-145 1--2 8-39.5 2-2 9-90 28:31 9 of 19 0 of 0 1-2 3-21

FS 18 329 33-18-1 77-480 0-0 3-0 3-82 1-39 5-50.6 1-0 8-85 31:29 2 of 4 3-4 5-19

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-Joey Iosefa 15-50; Will Gregory 10-27; John Lister 1-14; Jeremy Higgins 1-5; Cayman Shutter 1-4; Sean Schroeder 6-minus 21. Fresno State-Rouse, Robbie 13-102; Waller, Marteze 15-42; Harris, Michael 2-14; Knox, Milton 4-5; McDade, Marcus 1-0; Root, Dillon 1-minus 3; Carr, Derek 2-minus 4; Watson, Greg 6-minus 5. PASSING: Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 16-30-1-162; Jeremy Higgins 4-5-0-56; Cayman Shutter 1-2-0-3; Joey Iosefa 0-1-0-0. Fresno State-Carr, Derek 15-23-0-304; Watson, Greg 3-10-1-25. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-Billy Ray Stutzmann 4-57; Darius Bright 3-45; Joey Iosefa 3-29; Trevor Davis 2-27; John Lister 2-18; Ryan Hall 2-3; Jeremiah Ostrowski 1-16; Clark Evans 1-11; Scott Harding 1-11; Corey Paclebar 1-3; Justin Vele 1-1. Fresno State-Adams, Davante 6-93; Rouse, Robbie 4-38; Burse, Isaiah 2-87; Root, Dillon 1-47; Jensen, Marcel 1-31; Barnes, Riley 1-14; Evans, Rashad 1-8; Waller, Marteze 1-6; Johnson, Justin 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Hawai‘i-John Hardy-Tuliau 1-minus 2. Fresno State-Smith, Derron 1-39. FUMBLES: Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 2-2. Fresno State-Knox, Milton 1-0.

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2012 GAME RECAPS GAME 9 •Nov. 10, 2012 ALOHA STADIUM (29,471) Honolulu, HI 1 21 7

Boise State Hawai‘i

2 14 0

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GAME 10 •Nov. 16, 2012 FALCON STADIUM (25,313)

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Hawai‘i Air Force

HONOLULU – Hawai‘i saw its losing streak extend to seven games following a 49-14 loss to Boise State in a nationally televised game at Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium. The game marked the first between the teams as members of the Mountain West. In the loss, kickoff returner Mike Edwards recorded his third touchdown of the season – a 100-yarder in the first quarter – setting a new UH single-season and career return record. The junior from Cleveland, Ohio, broke the previous mark of two held by Chad Owens and Malcolm Lane. The first-quarter touchdown tied the score at 7 and that would be the closest the Warriors (1-8, 0-6) would get as the Broncos reeled off 28 unanswered to close out the half and scored the first 14 points of the second half. At halftime, BSU (8-2, 5-1 MW) amassed 297 yards of total offense compared to 67 for the Warriors. BSU quarterback Joe Southwick had three touchdown passes. UH quarterbacks Sean Schroeder and Jeremy Higgins combined for 254 yards passing, off-setting the Warriors’ ground game which was held to a school-record low minus-14 yards. Higgins replaced Schroeder in the third quarter and completed 11-of-17 passes and directed the Warriors’ only offensive touchdown. T H E

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hawai‘i

boise state

Will Gregory could have played safety for Boise State, but instead chose to suit up for Hawaii‘i at his natural position — running back. Today, the lightning-quick freshman meets the Broncos on the field for the first time and demonstates why his big-play abilities may be just what the Warriors need to get back on the winning track.

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SCORING SUMMARY 1st 12:46 BSU Williams-Rhodes 9-yd run (Frisina), 2-18 0:36, BSU 7 - UH 0 12:31 UH Edwards 100-yd kickoff return (Hadden), BSU 7 - UH 7 05:17 BSU Miller 3-yd pass from Southwick (Frisina), 6-14 2:55, BSU 14 - UH 7 00:33 BSU Burks 46-yd pass from Southwick (Frisina), 6-80 2:15, BSU 21 - UH 7 2nd 08:15 BSU Ajayi 13-yd run (Frisina), 9-71 2:59, BSU 28 - UH 7 01:12 BSU Huff 10-yd pass from Southwick (Frisina), 8-76 2:21, BSU 35 - UH 7 3rd 06:37 BSU Lawrence 25-yd fumble recovery (Frisina), , BSU 42 - UH 7 4th 09:15 BSU Hedrick 4-yd run (Frisina), 11-56 4:48, BSU 49 - UH 7 05:35 UH Lister 1-yd run (Hadden), 10-72 3:38, BSU 49 - UH 14 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

BSU 20 42-155 256 33-20-0 75-411 1-25 4-62 2-41 2-8 7-41.3 1-0 8-68 31:10 4 of 16 4 of 5 5-5 6-53

UH 15 33--14 254 36-21-2 69-240 0-0 3-25 7-201 0-0 5-53.4 4-3 5-40 28:50 4 of 16 3 of 4 1-1 2-15

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3 0 14

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Hawai‘i hung tough for much of the game but eventually lost its sixth road game of the season in a 21-7 loss to Air Force in a nationally televised game at Falcon Stadium. The Warriors (1-9, 0-7 Mountain West) dropped their eighth consecutive game – second longest skid in school history – and surrendered the Kuter Trophy, which goes to the winner of the UH-AFA series. UH led after the first quarter and was tied at the half until the decisive third quarter in which the Falcons outscored the Warriors, 14-0. The Warriors generated only 22 yards of total offense in the quarter and a costly fumble by Joey Iosefa on his way to the endzone may have potentially tied the score at 14. Quarterback Jeremy Higgins started his first career game for the Warriors and finished 14-of-23 for 125 yards and one touchdown. UH’s score occurred on its opening possession – a first all season – when Higgins connected with tight end Clark Evans for a 26-yard touchdown. The Falcons (6-5, 5-2) generated 338 yards of total offense – all on the ground. In fact, AFA did not attempt a pass all game. The Falcons’ zero yards passing tops the previous low by a UH opponent of four yards (Ohio, 9/7/96). Cody Getz rushed for 125 yards on 21 carries and one score to lead the Falcon ground attack. The Falcons tied the score during the early part of the second quarter, going 12 plays and culminating with a 2-yard touchdown run by Wes Cobb, the first of two scores for the running back. Trailing 14-7 in the third quarter, the Warriors forced a fumble on Air Force punt returner Ty MacArthur. Two plays later, Iosefa caught a screen pass from Higgins and seemed to be on his way to the endzone but was stripped of the ball from behind at the AFA 10-yard line. The Falcons scored again just before the end of the quarter on Cobb’s second touchdown for a 21-7 lead. SCORING SUMMARY 1st 06:39 UH Evans 26-yd pass from Higgins (Hadden), 10-61 4:25, UH 7 - AF 0 2nd 12:13 AF Cobb 2-yd run (Herrington), 12-60 3:54, UH 7 - AF 7 3rd 10:43 AF Getz 5-yd run (Herrington), 7-81 2:36, UH 7 - AF 14 3rd 00:34 AF Cobb 2-yd run (Herrington), 8-80 2:51, UH 7 - AF 21

RUSHING: Boise State-Ajayi, Jay 8-54; Harper, D.J. 12-34; Fields, Jack 10-32; Harman, Trevor 1-21; Wil.-Rhodes, S. 2-7; Wright, Drew 3-5; Hedrick, Grant 6-2. Hawai‘i-Joey Iosefa 14-29; John Lister 9-16; Jeremy Higgins 4-minus 11; Scott Harding 1-minus 11; Sean Schroeder 5-minus 37. PASSING: Boise State-Southwick, Joe 17-29-0-209; Hedrick, Grant 3-4-0-47. Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 10-19-1-100; Jeremy Higgins 11-17-1-154. RECEIVING: Boise State-Burks, Aaron 5-107; Huff, Holden 4-47; Moore, Kirby 3-48; Miller, Matt 3-21; Boldewijn, G. 1-13; Potter, Chris 1-9; Harper, D.J. 1-5; Wil.-Rhodes, S. 1-3; Jackson, Tyler 1-3. Hawai‘i-Ryan Hall 5-70; Clark Evans 4-67; Chris Gant 3-45; John Lister 3-12; Scott Harding 2-31; Billy Ray Stutzmann 2-23; Joey Iosefa 2-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Boise State-Gavins, Jerrell 1-8; Deayon, Donte 1-0. Hawai‘i-None. FUMBLES: Boise State-Hedrick, Grant 1-0. Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 2-1; Jeremy Higgins 1-1; Scott Harding 1-1.

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

UH 10 31-37 125 29-14-0 60-162 0-0 2-28 3-64 0-0 8-46.4 3-1 4-20 28:11 5 of 16 0 of 2 0-1 1-5

AF 14 68-338 0 0-0-0 68-338 0-0 5-38 2-41 0-0 6-39.3 3-2 2-20 31:49 10 of 17 0 of 1 3-3 4-35

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-Joey Iosefa 22-43; Sean Schroeder 4-17; Sterling Jackson 2-3; Jeremy Higgins 3-minus 26. Air Force-Getz, Cody 21-125; Lee, Jon 8-72; Cobb, Wes 12-54; Dietz, Connor 14-47; DeWitt, Mike 4-18; Strickland, Don 3-16; Macarthur, Ty 4-9; Team 2-minus 3. PASSING: Hawai‘i-Jeremy Higgins 14-23-0-125; Sean Schroeder 0-5-0-0; Team 0-1-0-0. Air Force-Dietz, Connor 0-0-0-0. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-Chris Gant 4-25; Clark Evans 3-55; Joey Iosefa 3-21; Corey Paclebar 1-10; Billy Ray Stutzmann 1-6; Ryan Hall 1-5; Justin Vele 1-3. Air Force-None. INTERCEPTIONS: Hawai‘i-None. Air Force-None. FUMBLES: Hawai‘i-Joey Iosefa 2-1; Scott Harding 1-0. Air Force-Getz, Cody 2-1; Macarthur, Ty 1-1.

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2012 GAME RECAPS GAME 11 •Nov. 24, 2012

GAME 12 •Dec. 1, 2012

ALOHA STADIUM (28,359) Honolulu, HI 1 0 7

UNLV Hawai‘i

2 0 24

3 0 3

ALOHA STADIUM (27,865) Honolulu, HI

4 10 14

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Final 10 48

HONOLULU – Hawai‘i took out more than two months’ of frustration in a 48-10 rout of UNLV in the Mountain West finale between the teams at Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium. With the win, the Warriors (2-9, 1-7 MW) snapped an eight-game losing streak – secondlongest in school history – and won for the THE BEAU first time since defeating Lamar on September LEGACY 15. UH also erased a 10-game conference losing streak dating back to last season. The game was dubbed “Military Night” as the school honored those who serve our country throughout the game, including a patriotic-themed halftime show. For the occasion, the Warriors donned special red, white, and blue uniforms in honor of the Wounded Warrior Project, which were provided by Under Armour. The Warriors dominated all three phases of the ball – scoring on offense, defense and special teams. On offense, Sean Schroeder, who earned the start at quarterback after a weeklong battle with Jeremy Higgins, passed for 201 yards on 13-of24 passing and one touchdown. He directed the Warriors to three scoring drives and a 31-0 halftime lead. On defense, UH picked off two passes, including a 38-yard return for touchdown by safety John Hardy-Tuliau. Cornerback Mike Edwards also recorded his first pick of the season. The Warriors held the Rebels to just one first down in the first half. On special teams, placekicker Tyler Hadden kicked two field goals; punter Alex Dunnachie averaged 51.8 yards on four punts, including a career-long 73-yarder; and Scott Harding returned a punt 69 yards for a touchdown. T H E

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UNLV

NOV. 24, 2012 | 6 p.m. HAWAIIAN AIRLINES FIELD at Aloha Stadium

As the son of a prep phenom and former Warrior, Beau Yap knows all about great gridiron accomplishments and expectations. Tonight against the Rebels of UNLV, he continues to leave his own mark on the Hawai‘i football program as one of its most promising young talents. TONY GRILLO PHOTO/RANDY DE LA CRUZ ACTION PHOTO

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SCORING SUMMARY 1st 10:14 UH Iosefa 25-yd run (Hadden), 9-71 4:46, LV 0 - UH 7 2nd 11:56 UH Jackson 1-yd run (Hadden), 9-51 3:15, LV 0 - UH 14 05:23 UH Iosefa 7-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden), 9-80 4:18, LV 0 - UH 21 01:50 UH Hardy-Tuliau 38-yd interception return (Hadden), LV 0 - UH 28 00:00 UH Hadden 23-yd field goal, 4-2 0:29, LV 0 - UH 31 3rd 06:16 UH Hadden 26-yd field goal, 8-77 2:54, LV 0 - UH 34 4th 12:04 UH Harding 69-yd punt return (Hadden), LV 0 - UH 41 09:20 LV Kohorst 43-yd field goal, 9-45 2:37, LV 3 - UH 41 03:26 LV Spencer 5-yd pass from Sherry (Kohorost), 12-75 3:13, LV 10 - UH 41 01:31 UH Gregory 12-yd run (Hadden), 4-44 1:52, LV 10 - UH 48

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

LV 11 24-37 166 43-17-3 67-203 0-0 1-16 8-164 0-0 9-30.8 0-0 8-67 25:36 1 of 15 1 of 3 1-2 3-22

UH 18 49-139 201 27-13-0 76-340 0-0 4-96 2-35 3-54 4-51.8 0-0 4-40 34:24 11 of 21 0 of 2 5-6 3-16

RUSHING: UNLV-Cornett,Tim 12-32; Randle,Bradley 8-18; Sherry,Nick 4-minus 13. Hawai‘i-Will Gregory 9-59; Joey Iosefa 13-56; Sterling Jackson 17-42; Mike Edwards 2-6; Alex Dunnachie 1-minus 3; Team 2-minus 3; Sean Schroeder 5-minus 18. PASSING: UNLV-Sherry,Nick 17-43-3-166. Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 13-24-0-201; Jeremy Higgins 0-3-0-0. RECEIVING: UNLV-Davis,Devante 4-40; Williams,A. 3-41; Spencer,Taylor 3-41; Herring,Caleb 2-11; Mays,Trey 2-8; Randle,Bradley 1-18; Phillips,Jake 1-5; Barnhill,T. 1-2. Hawai‘i-Scott Harding 3-75; Joey Iosefa 3-51; Billy Ray Stutzmann 3-38; Chris Gant 1-12; Jeremiah Ostrowski 1-11; Ryan Hall 1-10; Clark Evans 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: UNLV-None. Hawai‘i-John Hardy-Tuliau 2-54; Mike Edwards 1-0. FUMBLES: UNLV-None. Hawai‘i-None.

South Alabama Hawai‘i

1 0 10

2 0 6

3 0 7

4 7 0

OT -

Final 7 23

HONOLULU – Hawai‘i sent out its senior class in style with a 23-7 victory over South Alabama in the season finale at Hawaiian Airlines Field at Aloha Stadium. The Warriors (3-9) closed out head coach Norm Chow’s inaugural season with victories in their final two weeks of the season. Prior to the game, each Warrior senior was introduced to the crowd and, in continuing with the tradition, the group took part in the traditional Senior Walk following the game. The Warriors generated a season-high 410 yards of total offense while placekicker Tyler Hadden booted three field goals, all over 40 yards, becoming the first Warrior kicker to SENIOR NIGHT achieve that feat since Jason Elam against UTEP in 1991. Quarterback Sean Schroeder passed for 131 yards and one touchdown while running backs Joey Iosefa (97), Will Gregory (71), and Sterling Jackson (68) sparked the team’s season-high 229 yards on the ground. The Warriors opened the game with a bang as Iosefa – serving as the quarterback in the wildcat formation – connected with Billy Ray Stutzmann for a 50-yard gain. After an 18-yard rush by Iosefa, Sterling Jackson scored from 1-yard out, giving the Warriors a 7-0 lead. UH added a field goal on its next possession as Hadden connected for a 41-yard field goal. Hadden made good on two more field goals in the half, from 42 and 40 yards, as the Warriors entered the break with a 16-0 lead. Hawai‘i tacked on another score in the third quarter – UH’s only points of the second half – as Schroeder found Chris Gant for a 26-yard scoring strike and a 23-0 lead. South Alabama finally got on the scoreboard with Wes Saxton’s 3-yard touchdown reception from C.J. Bennett in the fourth quarter. T H E

H U D D L E :

DEC. 1, 2012 | 6 p.m. HAWAIIAN AIRLINES FIELD at Aloha Stadium

2 0 1 2

U H

F O O T B A L L

G A M E

One last stand. One last clash. One last game for UH defensive lineman Haku Correa and his teammates to make an opponent — the South Alabama Jaguars — feel the Warriors’ wrath.

P R E V I E W

vs.

hawai‘i SOUTH ALABAMA

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SCORING SUMMARY 1st 10:03 UH Jackson 1-yd run (Hadden), 5-80 2:10, USA 0 - UH 7 04:46 UH Hadden 41-yd field goal, 8-37 3:14, USA 0 - UH 10 2nd 05:54 UH Hadden 42-yd field goal, 11-62 5:15, USA 0 - UH 13 01:44 UH Hadden 40-yd field goal, 7-33 2:16, USA 0 - UH 16 3rd 07:14 UH Gant 26-yd pass from Schroeder (Hadden), 6-60 2:36, USA 0 - UH 23 4th 06:22 USA Saxton 3-yd pass from Bennett (Chapuseaux), 11-80 4:56, USA 7 - UH 23 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 34-18 PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

USA 17 47-229 148 31-14-2 65-166 0-0 1-8 5-115 2-1 7-38.0 3-1 7-40 27:39 4 of 15 1 of 2 1-3 2-13

UH 20 181 23-11-2 70-410 0-0 3-34 0-0 2-2 2-51.0 2-2 6-80 32:21 5 of 11 0 of 0 1-4 6-63

RUSHING: South Alabama-Glover, T.J. 9-34; Valentin, Jlian 9-20; Houston, Kendall 3-10; Bennett, C.J. 3-minus 3; Metheny, Ross 10-minus 43. Hawai‘i-Joey Iosefa 14-97; Will Gregory 15-71; Sterling Jackson 13-68; Mike Edwards 1-9; Team 2-minus 3; Sean Schroeder 2-minus 13. PASSING: South Alabama-Metheny, Ross 11-24-2-111; Bennett, C.J. 3-7-0-37. Hawai‘i-Sean Schroeder 10-21-2-131; Joey Iosefa 1-2-0-50. RECEIVING: South Alabama-Loper, Gabe 4-32; Besteda, Corey 3-42; Saxton, Wes 3-27; Glover, T.J. 2-12; Lavender, Brynt 1-25; Jones, Jereme 1-10. Hawai‘i-Billy Ray Stutzmann 5-88; Scott Harding 3-59; Chris Gant 1-26; Joey Iosefa 1-5; Ryan Hall 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: South Alabama-Pearson, Tyrell 1-1; Scott, B.J. 1-0. Hawai‘i-Ne’Quan Phillips 1-2; Mike Edwards 1-0. FUMBLES: South Alabama-Valentin, Jlian 2-0; Bennett, C.J. 1-1. Hawai‘i-Billy Ray Stutzmann 1-1; Sterling Jackson 1-1.

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2012 FINAL STATISTICS Team Statistics

JEREMIAH OSTROWSKI

SEAN SCHROEDER

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS R us hing P as s ing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games Score by Quarters Hawai`i Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

55 92 118 139

53 82

54 89

0 0

UH

OPP

254 21.2 206 73 109 24 1303 1717 414 439 3.0 108.6 12 2266 206-398-13 5.7 11.0 188.8 12 3569 837 4.3 297.4 58-1488 25-321 9-79 25.7 12.8 8.8 29-20 71-648 54.0 64-2783 43.5 36.1 54-3292 61.0 50.3 29 : 3 7 62/183 34% 10/26 38% 28-206 0 31 13-21 0-1 (27-38) 71% (19-38) 50% (29-29) 100% 180186 6/30031

428 35.7 233 119 92 22 2282 2606 324 522 4.4 190.2 34 2193 169-308-9 7.1 13.0 182.8 20 4475 830 5.4 372.9 42-917 30-350 13-283 21.8 11.7 21.8 21-10 76-748 62.3 68-2728 40.1 33.0 73-4285 58.7 33.9 30: 23 69/177 39% 18/30 60% 40-280 0 60 4-4 0-2 (39-43) 91% (36-43) 84% (54-57) 95% 278856 6/46476 0/0

Total 254 428

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2012 FINAL STATISTICS Rushing

gp-gs

Will Gregory Joey Iosefa Sterling Jackson John Lister Bubba Poueu-Luna Mike Edwards Cayman Shutter Jeremiah Ostrowski Trevor Davis Alex Dunnachie Scott Harding Team Jeremy Higgins Sean Schroeder Total Opponents

11-4 8- 7 9- 1 12-4 7- 1 12-12 9- 0 11-2 8- 4 9- 0 12-8 11-0 6- 1 12-11 12 12

Passing

gp-gs

Sean Schroeder Jeremy Higgins Joey Iosefa Cayman Shutter Team Total Opponents

12-11 6- 1 8- 7 9- 0 11-0 12 12

Receiving

gp-gs

Billy Ray Stutzmann Jeremiah Ostrowski Chris Gant Scott Harding Ryan Hall Joey Iosefa Trevor Davis John Lister Clark Evans Darius Bright Will Gregory Craig Cofer Justin Clapp Corey Paclebar Justin Vele Harold Moleni Jared Leaf Sterling Jackson Total Opponents

att

gain loss

net avg td

137 723 32 691 5.0 3 125 498 35 463 3.7 1 52 183 8 175 3.4 2 41 155 6 149 3.6 4 1 36 0 36 36.0 0 5 18 0 18 3.6 0 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 1 0 1 -1 -1.0 0 1 0 3 -3 -3.0 0 4 8 18 -10 -2.5 0 8 0 22 -22 -2.8 0 8 7 39 -32 -4.0 1 54 81 250 -169 -3.1 1 439 1717 414 1303 3.0 12 522 2606 324 2282 4.4 34 effic comp-att-int

pct

lg avg/g

Punt Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

36 25 29 14 36 9 4 4 0 0 5 0 5 17 36 76

Scott Harding Tony Grimes John Hardy-Tuliau Ne'Quan Phillips Total Opponents

23 1 1 0 25 30

295 5 0 21 321 350

69 5 0 21 69 76

Interceptions

no.

yds avg td

lg

John Hardy-Tuliau Mike Edwards Ne'Quan Phillips Brenden Daley Tavita Woodard Total Opponents

3 2 2 1 1 9 13

52 0 15 0 12 79 283

1 0 0 0 0 1 4

38 0 13 0 12 38 78

Kick Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

Mike Edwards Will Gregory Scott Harding Siasau Matagiese Chris Gant Chinedu Amadi John Lister Jared Leaf Kamalani Alo Dylan McCagg Total Opponents

40 1215 30.4 5 46 9.2 4 72 18.0 2 12 6.0 2 56 28.0 1 23 23.0 1 43 43.0 1 13 13.0 1 8 8.0 1 0 0.0 58 1488 25.7 42 917 21.8

Fumble Returns

no.

yds td

100.31 175-344-12 50.9 1878 11 121.75 29-48-1 60.4 335 1 173.33 1-3-0 33.3 50 0 62.60 1-2-0 50.0 3 0 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 103.00 206-398-13 51.8 2266 12 130.26 169-308-9 54.9 2193 20 no.

62.8 57.9 19.4 12.4 5.1 1.5 0.4 0.4 -0.1 -0.3 -0.8 -2.0 -5.3 -14.1 108.6 190.2

yds

avg

td

lg avg/g

10-7 35 447 11-2 27 270 11-3 22 232 12-8 20 321 12-9 20 168 8-7 19 153 8-4 17 235 12-4 14 124 8- 2 9 137 5- 3 7 91 11-4 4 8 12-3 3 17 3- 0 2 22 6- 0 2 13 11-1 2 4 11-1 1 16 12-0 1 5 9- 1 1 3 12 206 2266 12 169 2193

12.8 10.0 10.5 16.0 8.4 8.1 13.8 8.9 15.2 13.0 2.0 5.7 11.0 6.5 2.0 16.0 5.0 3.0 11.0 13.0

0 1 3 2 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 20

50 36 34 51 33 32 50 24 26 28 6 10 12 10 3 16 5 3 51 75

lg avg/g

51 34 50 3 0 51 75

44.7 24.5 21.1 26.8 14.0 19.1 29.4 10.3 17.1 18.2 0.7 1.4 7.3 2.2 0.4 1.5 0.4 0.3 188.8 182.8

156.5 55.8 6.2 0.3 0.0 188.8 182.8

Ne'Quan Phillips Paipai Falemalu J. Garcia-Williams Total Opponents

1 1 1 3 4

12.8 5.0 0.0 0.0 12.8 11.7 17.3 0.0 7.5 0.0 12.0 8.8 21.8

1 0 0 1 2 0

3 100 0 13 0 32 0 12 0 36 0 23 0 43 0 13 0 8 0 0 3 100 1 100

yds avg td

-4 15 12 23 67

-4.0 15.0 12.0 7.7 16.8

0 0 1 1 1

lg

0 15 12 15 38

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2012 FINAL STATISTICS Scoring

td

Tyler Hadden John Lister Chris Gant Scott Harding Mike Edwards Will Gregory Joey Iosefa Sterling Jackson Trevor Davis Jeremy Higgins Sean Schroeder Jeremiah Ostrowski Ryan Hall Darius Bright Clark Evans John Hardy-Tuliau J. Garcia-Williams Ne'Quan Phillips Total Opponents

- 13-21 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 31 13-21 60 4-4

Field Goals

fg

fg

kick

29-29 29-29 54-57

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

0-1 0-1 0-1

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

1

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

Tyler Hadden

13-21 61.9 0-0

4-4

3-6

6-9

FG Sequence

Hawai`i

Opponents

USC Lamar Nevada BYU San Diego State New Mexico Colorado State Fresno State Boise State Air Force UNLV South Alabama

(36) (32),(31),39 (22) 39,(49) 46,(26),(43) (49),43 47 60 38,(23),(26),50 (41),(42),(40)

(28) (35) (32) (43) -

0-2

pts

Total Offense

- 68 - 24 - 18 - 18 - 18 - 18 - 12 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 - 254 - 428

g plays

rush pass

total avg/g

Sean Schroeder Will Gregory Joey Iosefa Jeremy Higgins Sterling Jackson John Lister Bubba Poueu-Luna Mike Edwards Cayman Shutter Jeremiah Ostrowski Trevor Davis Alex Dunnachie Scott Harding Team Total Opponents

12 11 8 6 9 12 7 12 9 11 8 9 12 11 12 12

lg blk

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

49

Alex Dunnachie Scott Harding Total Opponents

49 2262 15 521 64 2783 68 2728

Kickoffs

no. yds avg tb ob retn

Tyler Hadden Kyle Niiro Total Opponents

52 3175 2 117 54 3292 73 4285

0

398 -169 1878 1709 137 691 0 691 128 463 50 513 56 -32 335 303 52 175 0 175 41 149 0 149 1 36 0 36 5 18 0 18 3 4 3 7 1 4 0 4 1 -1 0 -1 1 -3 0 -3 4 -10 0 -10 9 -22 0 -22 837 1303 2266 3569 830 2282 2193 4475

46.2 34.7 43.5 40.1

73 50 73 72

61.1 9 58.5 0 61.0 9 58.7 13

142.4 62.8 64.1 50.5 19.4 12.4 5.1 1.5 0.8 0.4 -0.1 -0.3 -0.8 -2.0 297.4 372.9

5 11 12 20 1 1 2 1 6 12 14 21 8 11 13 15

0 0 0 2

net ydln

2 0 2 21.8 39.8 1 25.7 33.9

25 31

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

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2012 FINAL STATISTICS All Purpose

Mike Edwards Will Gregory Scott Harding Joey Iosefa Billy Ray Stutzm John Lister Chris Gant Jeremiah Ostro Trevor Davis Sterling Jackson Ryan Hall Clark Evans Darius Bright John Hardy-Tuli Ne'Quan Phillips Bubba Poueu-Lu Chinedu Amadi Justin Clapp Jared Leaf Craig Cofer Harold Moleni Corey Paclebar Siasau Matagies Tavita Woodard Kamalani Alo Tony Grimes Cayman Shutter Justin Vele Alex Dunnachie Team Jeremy Higgins Sean Schroeder Total Opponents

g

rush

rcv

12 18 0 11 691 8 12 -10 321 8 463 153 10 0 447 12 149 124 11 0 232 11 4 270 8 -1 235 9 175 3 12 0 168 8 0 137 5 0 91 12 0 0 12 0 0 7 36 0 4 0 0 3 0 22 12 0 5 12 0 17 11 0 16 6 0 13 11 0 0 12 0 0 12 0 0 11 0 0 9 4 0 11 0 4 9 -3 0 11 -22 0 6 -32 0 12 -169 0 12 1303 2266 12 2282 2193

pr

kr

ir

0 1215 0 46 295 72 0 0 0 0 0 43 0 56 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 8 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 321 1488 350 917

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 79 283

UH’s RECORD WHEN...

total avg/g

1233 745 678 616 447 316 288 274 234 178 168 137 91 52 36 36 23 22 18 17 16 13 12 12 8 5 4 4 -3 -22 -32 -169 5457 6025

102.8 67.7 56.5 77.0 44.7 26.3 26.2 24.9 29.2 19.8 14.0 17.1 18.2 4.3 3.0 5.1 5.8 7.3 1.5 1.4 1.5 2.2 1.1 1.0 0.7 0.5 0.4 0.4 -0.3 -2.0 -5.3 -14.1 454.8 502.1

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2012

MW

Overall Record

3-9

1-7

MWC Record

1-7

1-7

Non-Conference

2-2

Home

3-3

1-3

Away

0-6

0-4

Neutral

Day Games

0-4

0-3

Night Games

3-5

1-4

On National Television

0-5

0-3

In September

1-3

0-1

In October

0-3

0-3

In November

1-3

1-3

In December

1-0

Against A.P. Top 25 Teams

0-1

Against A.P. Top 10 Teams

vs. Non-Ranked Teams

3-8

1-7

On Natural Grass

0-4

0-2

On Artificial Turf

3-5

1-5

When UH Scores First

3-2

1-2

Opponent Scores First

0-7

0-5

Leading After 1st Quarter

3-2

1-2

Behind After 1st Quarter

0-7

0-5

Tied After 1st Quarter

Leading At Halftime

3-0

1-0

Behind At Halftime

0-8

0-6

Tied At Halftime

0-1

0-1

Leading After 3rd Quarter

3-0

1-0

Behind After 3rd Quarter

0-9

0-7

Tied After 3rd Quarter

Overtime

Scoring 20 points or less

0-6

0-4

Scoring 21 points or more

3-3

1-3

Scoring 30+ points

2-0

1-0

Allowing 10 points or less

3-0

1-0

Allowing 20 points or less

3-0

1-0

Allowing 21 points or more

0-9

0-7

With a 100-yard rusher

Allowing a 100-yard rusher

0-6

0-5

With a 300-yard passer

Allowing a 300-yard passer

0-2

More Total Offense Than Opp.

3-1

1-1

Total Offense 300-plus yards

3-4

1-4

Total Offense 400-plus yards

Total Offense 500-plus yards

Allow 300-plus yards total offense

0-8

0-5

No Turnovers

2-0

1-0

No Takeaways

0-4

0-4

Fewer Turnovers

2-1

1-0

Equal Turnovers

0-1

0-1

More Turnovers

1-7

0-5

Won Time of Possession

3-3

1-2

Opp Controls T.O.P.

0-6

0-5 71


2012 FINAL STATISTICS ## 25 42 41 1 33 97 99 92 47 3 40 22 37 56 20 52 51 2 59 36 9 6 53 55 23 18 35 96 93 45 46 34 85 90 7 31 49 4 88 86 91 30 77 27 29 19

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Defensive Leaders

gp-gs

ua

Marrell Jackson Paipai Falemalu Art Laurel Mike Edwards John Hardy-Tuliau Tavita Woodard Haku Correa Beau Yap Kamalani Alo TJ Taimatuia J. Garcia-Williams Leroy Lutu Charles Clay Brenden Daley Ne'Quan Phillips Kendrick Van Ackeren Lance Williams Tony Grimes Siasau Matagiese Benetton Fonua Bubba Poueu-Luna Darryl McBride Jr. Marcus Malepeai George Daily-Lyles Dee Maggitt Mike Sellers Jared Leaf H. Cavaco-Amoy Kaeo Alo Luke Ingram Dylan McCagg John Lister Jordan Pu`u-Robinson Geordon Hanohano Joey Iosefa Alex Dunnachie Rykin Enos Will Gregory Corey Paclebar Craig Cofer Moses Samia Joshua Donovan Michael Milovale Tyler Hadden Scott Harding Sean Schroeder Total Opponents

12-7 12-12 11-11 12-12 12-10 12-4 12-10 12-10 12-3 12-4 11-7 8-3 12-1 10-5 12-5 12-1 12-0 11-4 11-8 8-2 7-1 11-1 10-0 7-1 10-2 10-4 12-0 6-0 7-0 12-0 10-0 12-4 2-1 4-0 8-7 9-0 12-0 11-4 6-0 12-3 2-2 8-0 11-9 12-0 12-8 12-11 12 12

40 37 33 38 30 21 16 22 28 24 22 17 20 14 18 17 17 17 10 11 10 8 5 10 10 9 4 3 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 2 . 1 . . 1 1 1 1 537 535

Tackles a tot

16 19 18 5 12 17 21 15 8 9 11 12 9 12 7 8 7 7 11 6 5 6 9 3 2 3 1 1 2 1 . . . 1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 . . . . 269 250

56 56 51 43 42 38 37 37 36 33 33 29 29 26 25 25 24 24 21 17 15 14 14 13 12 12 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 806 785

tfl/yds

Sacks no-yds

Pass defense int-yds brup qbh

1.0-2 10.0-33 13.5-53 5.0-8 3.0-11 5.5-39 3.5-21 10.5-51 0.5-3 2.5-4 3.0-11 1.5-1 . 1.5-2 2.0-9 0.5-1 1.0-4 1.0-5 2.0-4 . 3.5-22 2.5-19 1.5-3 1.5-6 0.5-1 . . 2.0-5 . . 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80-319 85-389

. 5.0-25 4.0-35 . 1.0-8 5.5-39 2.5-18 3.0-29 0.5-3 . 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . . 2.0-19 2.5-19 0.5-2 0.5-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-206 40-280

. . . 2-0 3-52 1-12 . . . . . . . 1-0 2-15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-79 13-283

5 1 1 15 3 2 . . . 2 . 2 4 . 2 2 . 5 . . . . . 1 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 65

2 2 . . . 3 . 3 . 1 . . . 2 . 1 . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 28

Fumbles rcv-yds

ff

blkd kick

saf

1-0 2-15 . . . . . . . . 1-12 . 1-0 . 1--4 . 1-0 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . 10-23 20-67

2 1 1 1 . . . 1 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 17

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

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2012 FINAL STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS OFFENSE at USC Lamar Nevada at Brigham Young at San Diego State New Mexico at Colorado State at Fresno State Boise State at Air Force UNLV South Alabama

QB Schroeder Schroeder Schroeder Schroeder Schroeder Schroeder Schroeder Schroeder Schroeder Higgins Schroeder Schroeder

DEFENSE at USC Lamar Nevada at Brigham Young at San Diego State New Mexico at Colorado State at Fresno State Boise State at Air Force UNLV South Alabama

DE Falemalu Falemalu Falemalu Falemalu Falemalu Falemalu Falemalu Falemalu Falemalu Yap Falemalu Falemalu

SPECIAL TEAMS at USC Lamar Nevada at Brigham Young at San Diego State New Mexico at Colorado State at Fresno State Boise State at Air Force UNLV South Alabama

KO Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden

RB X Z TE F Iosefa Stutzmann Gant Cofer Hall Iosefa Bright Harding Cofer Hall Lister Davis Harding Hall Ostrowski Gregory Davis Stutzmann Cofer Hall Lister Davis Stutzmann Harding (WR) Ostrowski Gregory Bright Stutzmann Moleni Lister (RB) Gregory Gant Harding Hall Lister (RB) Gregory Davis Stutzmann Iosefa (FB) Harding Iosefa Bright Harding Hall Evans Iosefa Gant Harding Hall Vele (FB) Iosefa Stutzmann Harding Hall Evans Iosefa Stutzmann Edwards Hall S. Jackson (RB) DT Matagiese Matagiese Matagiese Matagiese

NT DE WILL Samia Yap Daily-Lyles Samia Yap Alo Correa Yap Alo Correa Yap Alo Pu`u-Robinson Correa Yap Laurel Yap Correa Woodard Van Ackeren Matagiese Correa Yap Laurel Matagiese Correa Woodard Laurel Yap Correa Woodard Laurel Correa Falemalu (LB) Woodard Laurel Matagiese Correa Yap Laurel Matagiese Correa Yap Laurel PK Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden Hadden

P H Harding Harding Harding Harding Harding Harding Dunnachie Dunnachie Shutter Dunnachie Shutter Dunnachie Shutter Dunnachie Shutter Dunnachie Shutter Dunnachie Shutter Dunnachie Shutter Dunnachie Shutter

PR Harding Harding Harding Harding Harding Harding Harding Harding Harding Harding Harding Harding

MIKE Taimatuia Taimatuia Taimatuia Taimatuia Fonua Fonua Daley Daley Daley Lutu (NB) Daley Daley KR Gregory -

LT Muir Muir Muir Muir Muir Muir Muir Muir Muir Muir Muir Muir

LG Sai Sai Sai Milovale

C RG RT Clarke Lefotu Shigematsu Clarke Lefotu Shigematsu Clarke Lefotu Shigematsu Clarke Lefotu Shigematsu Winchester-Makainai Clarke Lefotu Milovale Winchester-Makainai Clarke Lefotu Milovale Afusia Clarke Lefotu Milovale Afusia Clarke Winchester-Makainai Milovale Milovale Clarke Lefotu Shigematsu Lefotu Clarke Winchester-Makainai Milovale Sai Clarke Lefotu Milovale Winchester-Makainai Clarke Lefotu Milovale

SAM CB SS FS Laurel Grimes Poueu-Luna Sellers Laurel Phillips Sellers Hardy-Tuliau Laurel Phillips Sellers Hardy-Tuliau Laurel Phillips Lutu Hardy-Tuliau Garcia-Williams Hardy-Tuliau Lutu Sellers Garcia-Williams Grimes Clay Jackson Garcia-Williams Grimes Hardy-Tuliau Jackson Garcia-Williams Phillips Hardy-Tuliau Jackson Garcia-Williams Phillips Hardy-Tuliau Jackson Garcia-Williams Maggitt Hardy-Tuliau Jackson Garcia-Williams Maggitt Hardy-Tuliau Jackson McBride Grimes Hardy-Tuliau Jackson KR Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards

CB Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards

LS Ingram Ingram Ingram Ingram Ingram Ingram Ingram Ingram Ingram Ingram Ingram Ingram

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2012 FINAL STATISTICS TEAM GAME HIGHSTEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties

49 229 4.9 3 46 24 272 7.9 3 93 410 5.9 54 6 25 9 9 90 5 5 3

Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes

vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012) vs South Alabama (Dec 01, 2012) vs South Alabama (Dec 01, 2012) vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012) at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) at USC (Sep 01, 2012) vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) vs South Alabama (Dec 01, 2012) vs Lamar (Sep 15, 2012) at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) vs South Alabama (Dec 01, 2012) vs South Alabama (Dec 01, 2012) vs Lamar (Sep 15, 2012) vs South Alabama (Dec 01, 2012) at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) at USC (Sep 01, 2012) at Fresno State (Nov 03, 2012) at Fresno State (Nov 03, 2012) at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) vs Boise State (Nov 10, 2012) vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012)

Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions

Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts

Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

74

22 22 22 106 2 36 36 46 24 272 3 51 8 99 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 51 3 49 49 8 8 8 56.5 73 69 100 100 12 12 2.0 5.0 2

68 396 7.3 7 43 26 394 11.0 4 4 84 575 7.6 69 6 30 30 8 8 8 8 8 8 114 5 3

Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes

OPPONENT GAMEOPPONENT HIGHS TEAM GAME HIG

GREGORY, Will at San Diego State (Oct 06, 2012) Iosefa, Joey at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) Iosefa, Joey at Air Force (Nov 16, 2012) Iosefa, Joey at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) LISTER, John vs Lamar (Sep 15, 2012) Bubba Poueu-Luna vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) Gregory, Will vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) Schroeder, Sean at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) SCHROEDER, Sean at USC (Sep 01, 2012) Schroeder, Sean vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) SCHROEDER, Sean vs Lamar (Sep 15, 2012) Schroeder, Sean vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) Jeremiah Ostrowski at USC (Sep 01, 2012) Jeremiah Ostrowski vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) HARDING, Scott at USC (Sep 01, 2012) GANT, Chris vs Lamar (Sep 15, 2012) BRIGHT, Darius vs Lamar (Sep 15, 2012) DAVIS, Trevor vs Lamar (Sep 15, 2012) Jeremiah Ostrowski vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) HALL, Ryan vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) DAVIS, Trevor at San Diego State (Oct 06, 2012) Gant, Chris at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) Harding, Scott vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) Evans, Clark at Air Force (Nov 16, 2012) Iosefa, Joey vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012) Gant, Chris vs South Alabama (Dec 01, 2012) Harding, Scott vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) Hadden, Tyler vs South Alabama (Dec 01, 2012) Hadden, Tyler at Fresno State (Nov 03, 2012) Hadden, Tyler vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) DUNNACHIE, Alex at BYU Cougars (Sep 28, 2012) Dunnachie, Alex at Fresno State (Nov 03, 2012) Dunnachie, Alex at Air Force (Nov 16, 2012) Dunnachie, Alex vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) Dunnachie, Alex vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012) Harding, Scott vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012) Edwards, Mike vs Boise State (Nov 10, 2012) Edwards, Mike vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) Jackson, M. at Air Force (Nov 16, 2012) Paipai Falemalu at Air Force (Nov 16, 2012) Laurel, Art vs South Alabama (Dec 01, 2012) Laurel, Art vs South Alabama (Dec 01, 2012) John Hardy-Tuliau vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012)

Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

at Air Force (Nov 16, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Sep 28, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Sep 28, 2012) vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012) at USC (Sep 01, 2012) at USC (Sep 01, 2012) vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) at USC (Sep 01, 2012) at Fresno State (Nov 03, 2012) at San Diego State (Oct 06, 2012) vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) vs Boise State (Nov 10, 2012) vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) at BYU Cougars (Sep 28, 2012) at USC (Sep 01, 2012) vs Lamar (Sep 15, 2012) at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) at Fresno State (Nov 03, 2012) vs Boise State (Nov 10, 2012) vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012) at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals

Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

35 170 6 76 43 23 372 4 4 75 10 197 2 75 1 1 1 1 43 9 61.8 72 76 100 13 2.5 4.0 2

CARRIER, Kasey, vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) JEFFERSON, S., vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) JEFFERSON, S., vs Nevada (Sep 22, 2012) GAUTSCHE, Cole, vs New Mexico (Oct 13, 2012) SHERRY,Nick, vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012) Barkley, Matt, at USC (Sep 01, 2012) Barkley, Matt, at USC (Sep 01, 2012) Barkley, Matt, at USC (Sep 01, 2012) CARR, Derek, at Fresno State (Nov 03, 2012) Barkley, Matt, at USC (Sep 01, 2012) Lee, Marqise, at USC (Sep 01, 2012) Lee, Marqise, at USC (Sep 01, 2012) Woods, Robert, at USC (Sep 01, 2012) Lee, Marqise, at USC (Sep 01, 2012) Heidari, Andre, at USC (Sep 01, 2012) MARDEN, Chance, at San Diego State (Oct 06, 2012) BRESHEARS, Quen, at Fresno State (Nov 03, 2012) KOHORST,Nolan, vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012) KOHORST,Nolan, vs UNLV (Nov 24, 2012) Kahler, Kollin, vs Lamar (Sep 15, 2012) KONTODIAKOS, Pe, at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) KONTODIAKOS, Pe, at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) HANSLEY, Joe, at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) Lee, Marqise, at USC (Sep 01, 2012) TANYI, Lanston, at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) TANYI, Lanston, at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012) HANSEN, Alexand, at Air Force (Nov 16, 2012) ELLIOTT, DeAndr, at Colorado State (Oct 27, 2012)

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2012 FINAL STATISTICS HAWAI‘I GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS

Rushing yds td

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 01 Sep 15 Sep 22 Sep 28 Oct 06 Oct 13 Oct 27 Nov 03 Nov 10 Nov 16 Nov 24 Dec 01 Hawai`i Opponents

at USC LAMAR NEVADA at BYU at San Diego State NEW MEXICO at Colorado State at Fresno State BOISE STATE at Air Force UNLV SOUTH ALABAMA

32 56 0 48 219 2 34 144 1 27 41 0 30 61 1 27 119 1 47 193 1 34 79 1 33 -14 1 31 37 0 49 139 3 47 229 1 439 1303 12 522 2282 34

lg

no.

Receiving yds td

Passing cmp-att-int yds

lg

td

lg

28 24 208 1 18 24-39-2 208 1 18 23 15 150 3 50 15-23-0 150 3 50 36 22 234 2 36 22-40-2 234 2 36 18 12 108 0 30 12-27-1 108 0 30 22 14 112 1 23 14-28-0 112 1 23 36 20 272 1 51 20-42-0 272 1 51 35 19 200 1 24 19-46-3 200 1 24 15 21 221 0 28 21-38-1 221 0 28 6 21 254 0 34 21-36-2 254 0 34 11 14 125 1 26 14-29-0 125 1 26 25 13 201 1 39 13-27-0 201 1 39 29 11 181 1 50 11-23-2 181 1 50 36 206 2266 12 51 206-398-13 2266 12 51 76 169 2193 20 75 169-308-9 2193 20 75

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

5 1 10 4 9 5 5 7 7 3 2 0 58 42

1 39 5 45 0 0 0 0 2 26 2 4 2 14 1 10 3 25 2 28 4 96 3 34 25 321 30 350

106 95 245 72 223 178 124 145 201 64 35 0 1488 917

0 25 1 95 0 57 0 22 0 38 1 100 0 43 0 40 1 100 0 32 0 27 0 0 3 100 1 100

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

tot off

39 264 21 369 0 378 0 149 25 173 3 391 9 393 10 300 22 240 31 162 69 340 18 410 69 3569 76 4475

Games played: 12 Avg per rush: 3.0 Avg per catch: 11.0 Pass efficiency: 103.00 Kick ret avg: 25.7 Punt ret avg: 12.8 All purpose avg/game: 454.8 Total offense avg/gm: 297.4 Date

Tackles a total

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

6.0-22 12.0-34 4.0-13 7.0-37 7.0-31 3.0-9 4.0-6 6.0-27 8.0-28 7.0-13 6.0-26 10.0-73 80.0-319 85.0-389

1.0-11 3.0-18 0.0-0 4.0-24 4.0-27 1.0-6 0.0-0 3.0-21 2.0-15 1.0-5 3.0-16 6.0-63 28.0-206 40.0-280

Fumble ff fr-yds

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

1 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 2 11 17

0-0 0-0 0-0 1-13 0-0 0-0 2-12 1--2 0-0 0-0 3-54 2-2 9-79 13-283

0 4 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 4 5 17 28

50+

i20

md-att

1 0 0 4 1 2 2 1 4 3 2 1 21 15

1 1 0 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 0 14 13

1-1 2-3 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-3 1-2 0-1 0-1 2-4 3-3 13-21 4-4

Opponent

ua

Sep 01 at USC Sep 15 LAMAR Sep 22 NEVADA Sep 28 at BYU Oct 06 at San Diego State Oct 13 NEW MEXICO Oct 27 at Colorado State Nov 03 at Fresno State Nov 10 BOISE STATE Nov 16 at Air Force Nov 24 UNLV Dec 01 SOUTH ALABAMA Hawai`i Opponents

35 40 56 53 53 50 32 50 53 38 40 37 537 535

Date

Opponent

no.

yds

avg

long

blkd

tb

fc

Sep 01 at USC Sep 15 LAMAR Sep 22 NEVADA Sep 28 at BYU Oct 06 at San Diego State Oct 13 NEW MEXICO Oct 27 at Colorado State Nov 03 at Fresno State Nov 10 BOISE STATE Nov 16 at Air Force Nov 24 UNLV Dec 01 SOUTH ALABAMA Hawai`i Opponents

7 3 5 8 7 2 5 8 5 8 4 2 64 68

260 79 182 390 301 113 195 316 267 371 207 102 2783 2728

37.1 26.3 36.4 48.8 43.0 56.5 39.0 39.5 53.4 46.4 51.8 51.0 43.5 40.1

50 44 42 60 54 61 54 50 59 69 73 57 73 72

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 6 8

0 0 1 3 3 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 12 11

18 0 16 24 20 28 26 18 14 60 16 29 269 250

53 40 72 77 73 78 58 68 67 98 56 66 806 785

1--4 3-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-27 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 10-23 20-67

Punting

8 0 4 3 7 2 2 1 5 0 9 7 48 65

Blkd kick

0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv

1-1 6-6 3-3 0-0 2-2 2-2 3-3 1-1 2-2 1-1 6-6 2-2 29-29 54-57

Field Goals

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

saf

pts

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

10 54 24 0 14 23 27 10 14 7 48 23 254 428

Kickoffs

long blkd

36 32 22 0 0 49 43 49 0 0 26 42 49 43

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

no.

yds

avg

tb

ob

3 195 10 582 5 291 1 65 3 185 5 310 6 376 3 198 2 124 2 124 8 464 6 378 54 3292 73 4285

65.0 58.2 58.2 65.0 61.7 62.0 62.7 66.0 62.0 62.0 58.0 63.0 61.0 58.7

2 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 9 13

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

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2012 FINAL MW TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE G 1. Fresno State 13 2. Nevada 13 3. San Diego State 13 4. Boise State 13 5. Air Force 13 6. Wyoming 12 7. New Mexico 13 8. UNLV 13 9. Colorado State 12 Hawai‘i 12

TD 66 66 57 50 49 43 44 36 33 31

XP 57 64 51 42 46 35 40 32 29 29

2XP 1 1 2 3 2 4 2 1 0 0

G 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 12

Rush 3523 1975 4111 2869 2186 1502 3917 1938 1546 1303

Pass 3170 4233 1334 2287 2901 3185 895 2845 2522 2266

Plays 1080 1006 955 887 872 852 842 920 750 837

RUSHING OFFENSE G 1. Air Force 13 2. New Mexico 13 3. Nevada 13 4. San Diego State 13 5. Boise State 13 6. Fresno State 13 7. UNLV 13 8. Colorado State 12 9. Wyoming 12 10. Hawai‘i 12

Att 804 688 674 578 478 471 452 399 441 439

Yds 4111 3917 3523 2869 2186 1975 1938 1546 1502 1303

Avg 5.1 5.7 5.2 5.0 4.6 4.2 4.3 3.9 3.4 3.0

TD 39 34 41 30 25 19 16 12 13 12

Yds/G 316.2 301.3 271.0 220.7 168.2 151.9 149.1 128.8 125.2 108.6

PASS OFFENSE 1. Fresno State 2. Wyoming 3. Nevada 4. Boise State 5. UNLV 6. Colorado State 7. Hawai‘i 8. San Diego State 9. Air Force 10. New Mexico

G 13 12 13 13 13 12 12 13 13 13

Att Cmp 535 352 411 249 406 271 394 263 468 250 351 206 398 206 309 182 151 83 154 79

Int 8 8 10 7 17 15 13 11 8 4

Pct. 65.8 60.6 66.7 66.8 53.4 58.7 51.8 58.9 55.0 51.3

Yds 4233 3185 3170 2901 2845 2522 2266 2287 1334 895

Avg 7.9 7.7 7.8 7.4 6.1 7.2 5.7 7.4 8.8 5.8

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. Fresno State 2. Nevada 3. Wyoming 4. Boise State 5. Air Force 6. San Diego State 7. Colorado State 8. UNLV 9. New Mexico 10. Hawai‘i

G 13 13 12 13 13 13 12 13 13 12

Att Cmp 535 352 406 271 411 249 394 263 151 83 309 182 351 206 468 250 154 79 398 206

Pct 65.8 66.7 60.6 66.8 55.0 58.9 58.7 53.4 51.3 51.8

Int 8 10 8 7 8 11 15 17 4 13

Yds 4233 3170 3185 2901 1334 2287 2522 2845 895 2266

TD 38 24 29 20 9 21 17 18 5 12

KICKOFF RETURNS G 1. Boise State 13 2. Hawai‘i 12 3. San Diego State 13 4. New Mexico 13 5. Air Force 13 6. Colorado State 12 7. Fresno State 13 8. Nevada 13 9. UNLV 13 10. Wyoming 12

Ret Yds 27 702 58 1488 42 1005 40 956 38 878 41 914 47 995 43 891 56 1077 30 541

TD 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 26.0 25.7 23.9 23.9 23.1 22.3 21.2 20.7 19.2 18.0

PUNTING 1. New Mexico 2. Air Force 3. Fresno State 4. Wyoming 5. Hawai‘i 6. San Diego State 7. Colorado State 8. Nevada 9. Boise State 10. UNLV

No. 55 40 68 63 64 49 62 47 50 68

Yards Avg/P 2368 43.1 1567 39.2 2801 41.2 2690 42.7 2783 43.5 2011 41.0 2764 44.6 1990 42.3 1940 38.8 2717 40.0

PR 102 59 156 293 350 102 277 157 76 264

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Nevada 2. Fresno State 3. Air Force 4. San Diego State 5. Boise State 6. Wyoming 7. New Mexico 8. UNLV 9. Colorado State 10. Hawai‘i

76

G 13 13 13 12 12 13 12 13 13 13

DXP 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 12 10 10 15 4 7 9 12 9 13

Yards Avg/P 6693 6.2 6208 6.2 5445 5.7 5156 5.8 5087 5.8 4687 5.5 4812 5.7 4783 5.2 4068 5.4 3569 4.3

Avg 1.9 1.5 2.3 4.7 5.5 2.1 4.5 3.3 1.5 3.9

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 493 492 427 393 356 322 335 286 254 254

Avg 37.9 37.8 32.8 30.2 27.4 26.8 25.8 22.0 21.2 21.2

TD Yds/G 65 514.8 57 477.5 48 418.8 51 396.6 45 391.3 42 390.6 39 370.2 34 367.9 29 339.0 24 297.4

TD Yds/G 38 325.6 29 265.4 24 243.8 20 223.2 18 218.8 17 210.2 12 188.8 21 175.9 9 102.6 5 68.8 Effic 152.7 146.9 145.1 141.8 138.2 136.4 126.5 109.9 105.6 103.0

TB Net/P 6 39.0 1 37.2 7 36.8 6 36.1 6 36.1 7 36.1 14 35.6 8 35.6 8 34.1 7 34.0

PUNT RETURN AVG G 1. Nevada 13 2. Wyoming 12 3. Hawai‘i 12 4. Boise State 13 5. Colorado State 12 6. Fresno State 13 7. San Diego State 13 Air Force 13 9. UNLV 13 10. New Mexico 13

Ret 16 14 25 27 13 25 15 10 17 15

Yds 242 188 321 281 123 228 114 76 103 78

TD 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Avg 15.1 13.4 12.8 10.4 9.5 9.1 7.6 7.6 6.1 5.2

SCORING DEFENSE G 1. Boise State 13 2. Fresno State 13 3. San Diego State 13 4. Air Force 13 5. New Mexico 13 6. Colorado State 12 7. UNLV 13 8. Wyoming 12 9. Nevada 13 10. Hawai‘i 12

TD 27 40 43 48 54 46 54 53 57 60

XP 23 35 36 41 50 44 51 50 49 54

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

DXP 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

FG 6 9 7 14 5 13 15 11 14 4

Saf 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

TD Yds/G 24 315.6 35 338.8 39 369.0 54 372.9 44 405.6 46 409.4 54 442.5 52 444.2 48 445.2 49 470.2

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. Boise State 2. Fresno State 3. San Diego State 4. Hawai‘i 5. Colorado State 6. Air Force 7. Nevada 8. New Mexico 9. UNLV 10. Wyoming

G 13 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 13 12

Rush 1900 2232 1735 2282 2429 2584 2754 2274 2692 2788

Pass 2203 2173 3062 2193 2438 2738 2998 3500 3096 2855

Plys 888 930 929 830 884 918 968 845 960 903

Yards 4103 4405 4797 4475 4867 5322 5752 5774 5788 5643

Avg 4.6 4.7 5.2 5.4 5.5 5.8 5.9 6.8 6.0 6.2

RUSHING DEFENSE 1. San Diego State 2. Boise State 3. Fresno State 4. New Mexico 5. Hawai‘i 6. Air Force 7. Colorado State 8. UNLV 9. Nevada 10. Wyoming

G Rushes 13 486 512 13 13 549 13 428 12 522 13 575 12 520 13 585 13 539 12 531

Yards 1735 1900 2232 2274 2282 2584 2429 2692 2754 2788

Avg. 3.6 3.7 4.1 5.3 4.4 4.5 4.7 4.6 5.1 5.3

TD 16 20 20 19 34 27 19 29 27 23

Yds/G 133.5 146.2 171.7 174.9 190.2 198.8 202.4 207.1 211.8 232.3

PASS DEFENSE 1. Fresno State 2. Boise State 3. Hawai‘i 4. Colorado State 5. Air Force 6. Nevada 7. San Diego State 8. Wyoming 9. UNLV 10. New Mexico

G 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 12 13 13

Att Cmp 381 196 376 219 308 169 364 219 343 233 429 240 443 274 372 243 375 224 417 271

Int 22 18 9 7 8 6 14 6 9 11

Pct. 51.4 58.2 54.9 60.2 67.9 55.9 61.9 65.3 59.7 65.0

Yds 2173 2203 2193 2438 2738 2998 3062 2855 3096 3500

Avg 5.7 5.9 7.1 6.7 8.0 7.0 6.9 7.7 8.3 8.4

PASS DEF. EFFICIENCY 1. Fresno State 13 13 2. Boise State 3. Hawai‘i 12 4. San Diego State 13 5. Nevada 13 6. Colorado State 12 7. UNLV 13 8. Air Force 13 9. Wyoming 12 10. New Mexico 13

G 381 376 308 443 429 364 375 343 372 417

Att 196 219 169 274 240 219 224 233 243 271

Cmp 22 18 9 14 6 7 9 8 6 11

Int 51.4 58.2 54.9 61.9 55.9 60.2 59.7 67.9 65.3 65.0

Pct. 2173 2203 2193 3062 2998 2438 3096 2738 2855 3500

Yds 15 4 20 23 27 25 19 19 26 33

TURNOVER MARGIN G 1. Boise State 13 2. Fresno State 13 3. New Mexico 13 4. Wyoming 12 5. San Diego State 13 6. Nevada 13 7. Colorado State 12 8. UNLV 13 9. Air Force 13 10. Hawai‘i 12

Fum 18 13 14 14 12 12 14 8 8 10

Int 18 22 11 6 14 6 7 9 8 9

Tot 36 35 25 20 26 18 21 17 16 19

Gained Fum 9 12 10 5 14 12 11 6 21 20

Int 7 8 4 8 11 10 15 17 8 13

Tot 16 20 14 13 25 22 26 23 29 33

Pts 205 310 317 377 393 363 424 401 439 428

Avg 15.8 23.8 24.4 29.0 30.2 30.2 32.6 33.4 33.8 35.7

TD Yds/G 15 167.2 4 169.5 20 182.8 25 203.2 19 210.6 27 230.6 23 235.5 26 237.9 19 238.2 33 269.2 TD 100.8 101.4 130.3 130.7 132.6 135.2 141.0 148.6 149.6 156.3

Effic

Lost Mar Per/G +20 1.54 +15 1.15 +11 0.85 +7 0.58 +1 0.08 -4 -0.31 -5 -0.42 -6 -0.46 -13 -1.00 -14 -1.17

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2012 FINAL MW INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Team 1. JEFFERSON, Stefphon NV 2. CARRIER, Kasey NM 3. ROUSE, Robbie FS 4. MUEMA, Adam SD 5. GETZ, Cody AF 6. CORNETT, Tim LV 7. FAJARDO, Cody NV 8. HARPER, D.J. BS 9. GAUTSCHE, Cole NM 10. KAZEE, Walter SD

Cl JR JR SR SO SR JR SO SR FR SR

G 13 12 13 13 12 13 12 13 11 12

Att 375 255 282 237 198 242 190 228 109 161

Yds 1883 1469 1490 1458 1248 1232 1121 1137 760 822

Avg TD 5.0 24 5.8 15 5.3 12 6.2 16 6.3 9 5.1 7 5.9 12 5.0 15 7.0 7 5.1 8

PASSING AVG/GAME Team 1. CARR, Derek FS 2. SMITH, Brett WY 3. FAJARDO, Cody NV 4. SHERRY, Nick LV 5. SOUTHWICK, Joe BS 6. SCHROEDER, Sean UH 7. DIETZ, Connor AF 8. DINGWELL, Adam SD 9. HOLBROOK, B.R. NM 10. McPEEK, M.J. CS

Cl JR SO SO FR JR JR SR SO SR SR

G 13 10 12 12 13 12 13 13 10 12

Att 511 330 367 426 371 344 111 144 112 85

Cmp Int 344 7 205 6 246 9 226 17 248 7 175 12 68 3 83 7 62 1 47 5

TOTAL OFFENSE Team Cl 1. FAJARDO, Cody NV SO 2. CARR, Derek FS JR 3. SMITH, Brett WY SO 4. SOUTHWICK, Joe BS JR 5. SHERRY, Nick LV FR 6. JEFFERSON, StefphonNV JR 7. SCHROEDER, Sean UH JR 8. DIETZ, Connor AF SR 9. CARRIER, Kasey NM JR 10. ROUSE, Robbie FS SR

G 12 13 10 13 12 13 12 13 12 13

Rush 1121 1 248 121 -46 1883 -169 669 1469 1490

Pass 2786 4104 2837 2730 2544 0 1878 1131 0 1

Plays Total Yds/G 557 3907 325.6 577 4105 315.8 444 3085 308.5 417 2851 219.3 471 2498 208.2 375 1883 144.8 398 1709 142.4 255 1800 138.5 255 1469 122.4 283 1491 114.7

RECEPTIONS/GAME Team 1. ADAMS, Davante FS 2. MCNEILL, Chris WY 3. WIMBERLY, Brandon NV 4. MILLER, Matt BS 5. ROUSE, Robbie FS 6. DAVIS, Devante LV 7. TURNER, Richy NV 8. BURSE, Isaiah FS 9. SULLIVAN, Marcus LV 10. STUTZMANN, B.R. UH

Cl FR SR SR SO SR SO SO JR SO JR

G 13 11 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 10

Rec 102 63 70 66 63 61 60 57 55 35

Yds 1312 722 845 769 435 854 752 851 659 447

TD 14 5 4 5 2 4 3 6 4 0

Lg 89 80 44 52 25 75 71 97 75 50

Avg/C Yds/G 12.9 7.85 11.5 5.73 12.1 5.38 11.7 5.08 6.9 4.85 14.0 4.69 12.5 4.62 14.9 4.38 12.0 4.23 12.8 3.50

RECEIVE YDS/GAME Team 1. ADAMS, Davante FS 2. DAVIS, Devante LV 3. MCNEILL, Chris WY 4. BURSE, Isaiah FS 5. WIMBERLY, Brandon NV 6. MILLER, Matt BS 7. TURNER, Richy NV 8. SULLIVAN, Marcus LV 9. SUDFELD, Zach NV 10. STUTZMANN, B.R. UH

Cl FR SO SR JR SR SO SO SO SR JR

G 13 13 11 13 13 13 13 13 13 10

Rec 102 61 63 57 70 66 60 55 45 35

Yds 1312 854 722 851 845 769 752 659 598 447

TD 14 4 5 6 4 5 3 4 8 0

Lg 89 75 80 97 44 52 71 75 47 50

Avg/C Yds/G 12.9 100.9 14.0 65.7 11.5 65.6 14.9 65.5 12.1 65.0 11.7 59.2 12.5 57.8 12.0 50.7 13.3 46.0 12.8 44.7

ALL-PURPOSE Team 1. JEFFERSON, Stefphon NV 2. ROUSE, Robbie FS 3. CARRIER, Kasey NM 4. BURSE, Isaiah FS 5. MUEMA, Adam SD 6. HARPER, D.J. BS 7. CORNETT, Tim LV 8. GETZ, Cody AF 9. EDWARDS, Mike UH 10. ADAMS, Davante FS

Cl JR SR JR JR SO SR JR SR JR FR

G 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 12 12 13

Rush 1883 1490 1469 39 1458 1137 1232 1248 18 0

Rcv 170 435 75 851 147 163 108 1 0 1312

PR KR 0 0 0 0 0 0 82 651 0 0 0 188 0 39 0 0 0 1215 0 0

PASS EFFICIENCY Team 1. SMITH, Brett WY 2. CARR, Derek FS 3. FAJARDO, Cody NV 4. SOUTHWICK, Joe BS 5. SHERRY, Nick LV 6. SCHROEDER, Sean UH

Cl SO JR SO JR FR JR

G 10 13 12 13 12 12

Att 330 511 367 371 426 344

Pct. 67.3 62.1 67.0 53.1 66.8 50.9 61.3 57.6 55.4 55.3

Lg 63 76 94 83 63 76 49 80 76 40

Yds/G 144.8 122.4 114.6 112.2 104.0 94.8 93.4 87.5 69.1 68.5

Yds TD Avg/G 4104 37 315.7 2837 27 283.7 2786 20 232.2 2544 16 212.0 2730 19 210.0 1878 11 156.5 1131 8 87.0 939 8 72.2 647 2 64.7 552 4 46.0

Yds 2053 1925 1544 1623 1605 1488 1379 1249 1233 1312

Avg/G 157.9 148.1 128.7 124.8 123.5 114.5 106.1 104.1 102.8 100.9

Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Eff. 205 6 62.1 2837 27157.7 344 7 67.3 4104 37155.9 246 9 67.0 2786 20143.9 248 7 66.8 2730 19141.8 226 17 53.1 2544 16107.6 175 12 50.9 1878 11100.3

PUNT RETURN AVG Team 1. WOOTEN, Khalid NV 2. HARDING, Scott UH 3. POTTER, Chris BS 4. BURNS, Blair WY 5. VIZZI, Tim SD

Cl SR SO SR SO JR

G 13 12 13 12 13

Ret 16 23 24 12 13

Yds 242 295 284 122 95

KICK RETURN AVG Team 1. CLAYTON, Chase NM 2. EDWARDS, Mike UH 3. LOCKETT, Colin SD 4. COFFMAN, Thomas CS 5. SULLIVAN, Marcus LV 6. BROCK, Kendall NV 7. BURSE, Isaiah FS 8. JOHNSON, Eric LV

Cl SO JR JR SO SO SO JR SR

G 13 12 12 9 13 13 13 12

Ret 20 40 30 17 22 31 29 28

Yds 608 1215 777 418 517 724 651 495

PUNTING Team 1. KONTODIAKOS, Pete CS 2. DUNNACHIE, Alex UH 3. SKAER, Ben NM 4. GLEESON, Tim WY 5. SHAPIRO, Andrew FS 6. LANSFORD, Chase LV 7. McMORROW, Seamus SD

Cl SR SR FR FR SR SR FR

G Punt 12 59 9 49 13 54 12 62 13 64 13 65 11 41

Yds 2742 2262 2368 2663 2685 2714 1710

SCORING Team 1. JEFFERSON, Stefphon NV 2. MUEMA, Adam SD 3. HARPER, D.J. BS 4. HARDISON, Allen NV 5. CARRIER, Kasey NM 6. BRESHEARS, Quentin FS 7. MARDEN, Chance SD 8. FRISINA, Michael BS 9. ADAMS, Davante FS ROUSE, Robbie FS

Cl JR SO SR SR JR FR SR SR FR SR

G 13 13 13 11 12 13 12 13 13 13

TD 25 17 16 0 15 0 0 0 14 14

SCORING (TDs) Team 1. JEFFERSON, Stefphon NV 2. MUEMA, Adam SD 3. HARPER, D.J. BS 4. CARRIER, Kasey NM 5. ROUSE, Robbie FS ADAMS, Davante FS 7. FAJARDO, Cody NV 8. GETZ, Cody AF 9. RANDLE, Bradley LV COBB, Wes AF

Cl JR SO SR JR SR FR SO SR JR SR

G 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13

TD 25 17 16 15 14 14 12 9 9 9

SCORING (KICK) Team 1. HARDISON, Allen NV 2. BRESHEARS, Quentin FS 3. MARDEN, Chance SD 4. FRISINA, Michael BS 5. HADDEN, Tyler UH 6. ADAMS, Justus NM 7. KOHORST, Nolan LV 8. ROBERTS, Jared CS WILLIAMS, Stuart WY 10. HERRINGTON, Parker AF

Cl SR FR SR SR SO JR JR SO SO SR

G 11 13 12 13 12 12 13 12 12 13

PATs 56-57 57-63 51-52 42-44 29-29 40-40 32-33 29-31 35-37 46-47

FIELD GOALS Team 1. FRISINA, Michael BS 2. HADDEN, Tyler UH 3. KOHORST, Nolan LV BRESHEARS, Quentin FS 5. MARDEN, Chance SD 6. HARDISON, Allen NV 7. ROBERTS, Jared CS ADAMS, Justus NM 9. WILLIAMS, Stuart WY 10. HERRINGTON, Parker AF

Cl SR SO JR FR SR SR SO JR SO SR

G 13 12 13 13 12 11 12 12 12 13

FG FGA 15 20 13 21 12 14 12 15 10 14 9 10 9 10 9 13 7 12 4 10

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Lg 55 69 37 47 28

Avg 15.1 12.8 11.8 10.2 7.3

TD Lg Avg 2 98 30.4 3 100 30.4 2 100 25.9 0 73 24.6 0 44 23.5 0 40 23.4 0 37 22.4 0 31 17.7 Lg 73 73 69 66 69 67 56

Avg 46.5 46.2 43.9 43.0 42.0 41.8 41.7

FG XPT 2XP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 56 9 0 0 0 0 57 12 0 51 10 0 42 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts Pts/G 150 11.5 102 7.8 100 7.7 83 7.5 90 7.5 93 7.2 81 6.8 87 6.7 84 6.5 84 6.5

Rush Pass Ret PAT 24 1 0 0 16 1 0 0 15 1 0 2 15 0 0 0 12 2 0 0 0 14 0 0 12 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 8 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 FGs 9-10 12-15 10-14 15-20 13-21 9-13 12-14 9-10 7-12 4-10 Pct. 75.0 61.9 85.7 80.0 71.4 90.0 90.0 69.2 58.3 40.0

Pts Pts/G 150 11.5 102 7.8 100 7.7 90 7.5 84 6.5 84 6.5 72 6.0 54 4.5 54 4.2 54 4.2

Pts Pts/G 83 7.5 93 7.2 81 6.8 87 6.7 68 5.7 67 5.6 68 5.2 56 4.7 56 4.7 58 4.5 FG/G 1.15 1.08 0.92 0.92 0.83 0.82 0.75 0.75 0.58 0.31

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2012 FINAL MW INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TACKLES Team 1. ROSETTE, Albert NV 2. NIKLAS, Austin AF 3. LOTULELEI, John LV 4. PERCY, J.C. BS 5. MUHAMMAD, Ghaali WY 6. JONES, Korey WY 7. WILLIAMS, Duke NV 8. MEANS, Alex AF 9. RAYMER, Matt NM 10. BERHE, Nat SD 11. LINDSAY, Brian AF 12. SPEARS, Christian AF DAVIS, Aaron CS 14. FELY, Jake SD 15. PURCELL, Mike WY 16. BOLLEMA, Dallas NM 17. MORGAN, Max CS 18. THOMAS, Phillip FS 19. TANYI, Lanston CS 20. BOUGHTON, DeAndre NV 21. SMITH, Derron FS 22. BATTS, Steffon AF 23. MATTHEWS, Trent CS 24. HASSON, Tim LV 25. HEKKING, Brock NV 26. JOHNSON, Marlon NV 27. BARRETT, Shaquil CS 28. CHAMBERS, James AF 29. BELL, Shaq CS 30. BROWN, Travis FS 31. MAKA, Tani LV IOANE, Jeremy BS 33. YOUNG, Freddy NM 34. REESE, Chad WY 35. GREEN, Jeremiah NV 36. BELL, Dray NV BROWN, Kenny LV 38. PINKINS, Eric SD BURNS, Blair WY 40. HUFF, Marqueston WY HALA’API’API, Siaosi WY 42. McFADDEN, Leon SD LARGENT, Derek SD SMITH, Tommy BS 45. JACKSON, Marrell UH FALEMALU, Paipai UH 47. LAUREL, Art UH 48. HODGE, Sidney LV 49. STONER, Joe NM 50. JAMES, Cory CS

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

G 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 13 11 13 13 13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 12 13 13 12 13 13 10 12 13 12 13 13 13 11 10 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 13 13 13 12 12 11 13 13 12

Pos Solo LB 68 LB 74 LB 59 LB 70 LB 71 LB 49 DB 68 LB 55 54 68 DB 47 DB 48 LB 44 68 DT 36 57 LB 46 SS 66 DL 26 LB 36 DB 61 DB 52 DB 36 LB 35 DE 39 DB 32 LB 33 LB 36 DB 44 LB 45 LB 32 S 40 30 SS 26 LB 42 LB 33 DB 39 46 CB 41 CB 30 LB 29 46 38 LB 33 DB 40 DL 37 LB 33 DB 38 25 LB 26

Ast TotalAvg/G Sack 67 135 10.4 1.0 54 128 9.8 1.0 61 120 9.2 0.0 48 118 9.1 1.0 35 106 8.8 1.0 54 103 8.6 0.0 38 106 8.2 0.0 46 101 7.8 4.0 29 83 7.5 2.0 26 94 7.2 0.0 45 92 7.1 1.5 43 91 7.0 0.0 40 84 7.0 0.0 22 90 6.9 7.0 47 83 6.9 1.5 32 89 6.8 1.0 35 81 6.8 1.0 18 84 6.5 4.0 51 77 6.4 3.0 39 75 6.2 0.0 18 79 6.1 0.0 25 77 5.9 0.0 35 71 5.9 0.0 41 76 5.8 1.0 36 75 5.8 8.0 24 56 5.6 0.0 34 67 5.6 3.5 36 72 5.5 0.0 22 66 5.5 1.0 26 71 5.5 1.0 38 70 5.4 2.0 30 70 5.4 0.0 29 59 5.4 0.0 27 53 5.3 0.0 26 68 5.2 2.0 34 67 5.2 0.0 28 67 5.2 0.0 19 65 5.0 2.0 19 60 5.0 0.0 27 57 4.8 0.0 28 57 4.8 0.0 15 61 4.7 0.0 23 61 4.7 6.5 28 61 4.7 1.0 16 56 4.7 0.0 19 56 4.7 5.0 18 51 4.6 4.0 22 60 4.6 0.0 34 59 4.5 1.0 28 54 4.5 7.5

SACKS Team 1. LAWRENCE, Demarcus BS 2. HEKKING, Brock NV 3. JAMES, Cory CS 4. FELY, Jake SD 5. LARGENT, Derek SD 6. WOODARD, Tavita UH JENNINGS, Andy FS 8. GREER, Jacori NM JONES, Lenny NV HORN, Tyler BS

Cl SO SO FR SO SO JR JR JR FR SO

G 11 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 13

Pos DL DE LB

Ast 3 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

TACKLES FOR LOSS Team 1. LAWRENCE, Demarcus BS LAUREL, Art UH 3. TENHAEFF, Nick SD 4. THOMAS, Phillip FS MEANS, Alex AF 6. OKPALAUGO, Tristan FS FELY, Jake SD 8. JENNINGS, Andy FS 9. YAP, Beau UH JAMES, Cory CS

Cl SO JR JR SR SR SR SO JR SO FR

G 11 11 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12

DL NG DE DL Pos DL LB SS LB LB NG DL LB

Solo 8 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 5 5

Yds Total 61 9.5 46 8.0 45 7.5 46 7.0 49 6.5 39 5.5 33 5.5 33 5.0 31 5.0 30 5.0

Avg/G 0.86 0.62 0.62 0.54 0.50 0.46 0.46 0.38 0.38 0.38

Solo Ast Yds Total 11 5 78 13.5 12 3 53 13.5 11 4 37 13.0 11 2 44 12.0 10 4 54 12.0 10 3 46 11.5 10 3 58 11.5 10 2 56 11.0 9 3 51 10.5 9 3 51 10.5

Avg/G 1.23 1.23 1.00 0.92 0.92 0.88 0.88 0.92 0.88 0.88

INTERCEPTIONS Team 1. THOMAS, Phillip FS 2. SMITH, Derron FS 3. ALSTON, Sean FS 4. TAYLOR, Jamar BS 5. REESE, Chad WY McFADDEN, Leon SD BOLLEMA, Dallas NM PINKINS, Eric SD IOANE, Jeremy BS HARDY-TULIAU, John UH

Cl SR SO SO SR SO SR JR JR SO JR

G 13 13 13 13 10 13 13 13 13 12

Int 8 6 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

Yds 98 127 103 54 127 124 94 70 54 52

TD 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1

Lg Int/G

FUMBLES FORCED Team 1. LAWRENCE, Demarcus BS RAYMER, Matt NM 3. JENNINGS, Andy FS 4. BROWN, Kenny LV THOMAS, Phillip FS 6. HALA’API’API, Siaosi WY 7. JONES, Lenny NV WILLIAMS, Duke NV TAYLOR, Jamar BS NIKLAS, Austin AF

Cl SO SR JR SR SR FR FR SR SR SR

G Num Avg/G 11 4 0.36 11 4 0.36 12 4 0.33 13 4 0.31 13 4 0.31 12 3 0.25 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23

FUMBLES RCVD Team 1. MUHAMMAD, Ghaali WY 2. BELL, Shaq CS 3. HORN, Tyler BS UKWUACHU, Samuel BS LARGENT, Derek SD DAVISON, Tyeler FS STONER, Joe NM 8. LAWRENCE, Demarcus BS PULETASI, Sonny WY 10. TANYI, Lanston CS

Cl SR JR SO FR SO SO SR SO SO SR

G Num Avg/G 12 4 0.33 12 3 0.25 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 13 3 0.23 11 2 0.18 11 2 0.18 12 2 0.17

PASSES DEFENDED Team 1. EDWARDS, Mike UH 2. WOOTEN, Khalid NV 3. McFADDEN, Leon SD 4. JONES, L.J. FS BERRY, Destry NM 6. THOMAS, Phillip FS GARRETT, Charles NV TAYLOR, Jamar BS 9. BURNS, Blair WY MATTHEWS, Trent CS

Cl JR SR SR JR SR SR SO SR SO FR

G BrUp Int. Total Avg/G 12 15 2 17 1.42 13 15 2 17 1.31 13 12 3 15 1.15 13 13 1 14 1.08 13 11 3 14 1.08 13 5 8 13 1.00 11 10 1 11 1.00 13 9 4 13 1.00 12 10 1 11 0.92 12 10 1 11 0.92

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RECORDS

PASSING INDIVIDUAL Attempts Quarter: 30, Timmy Chang vs. San Jose State, Oct. 28, 2000 (2nd - comp. 12) Half: 45, Timmy Chang vs. San Jose State, Oct. 28, 2000 (1st - comp. 20) Game: 75, Colt Brennan at San Jose State, Oct. 12, 2007 (comp. 45) Season: 624, Timmy Chang, 2002 (comp. 349) Career: 2,436, Timmy Chang, 2000-04 (comp. 1,388) Completions Quarter: 19, Colt Brennan vs. N. Colorado, Sept. 1, 2007 (1st- att. 21) Half: 34, Colt Brennan vs. N. Colorado, Sept. 1, 2007 (1st - att. 40) Game: 44, Colt Brennan at San Jose State, Oct. 12, 2007 (att. 75) Two Consecutive Games: 79, Timmy Chang at UNLV (37), Sept. 19, and vs. Rice (42), Sept. 27, 2003 Three Consecutive Games: 111, Timmy Chang at USC (32), Sept. 13; at UNLV (37), Sept. 19; and vs. Rice (42), Sept. 27, 2003 Four Consecutive Games: 140, Timmy Chang at UNLV (37), Sept. 19; vs. Rice (42), Sept. 27; at Tulsa (21), Oct. 4; and vs. Fresno State (40), Oct. 11, 2003 Season: 406, Colt Brennan, 2006 (att. 559) Career: 1,388, Timmy Chang, 2000-04 (att. 2,436) Completions Per Game Season: 29.91, Colt Brennan, 2007 (359 in 12 games) Career: 29.34, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 (1,115 in 38 games) Consecutive Completions Game: 20, Colt Brennan vs. Washington, Dec. 1, 2007 Two Games: 22, Jason Whieldon vs. Army (16), Nov. 22 and vs. Alabama (6), Nov. 29, 2003

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Completions Percentage Game: (min. 15) 94.1%, Jason Whieldon vs. Army, Nov. 22, 2003 (16 of 17) (min. 20) 83.3%, Tim Carey vs. Cal State Northridge, Sept. 6, 1997 (25 of 30) (min. 30) 85.0%, Colt Brennan vs. N. Colorado, Sept. 1, 2007 (34 of 40) (min. 40) 84.0%, Colt Brennan vs. Washington, Dec. 1, 2007 (42 of 50) Season: (min. 150) 72.6%, Colt Brennan, 2006 (406 of 559) (min. 200) 72.6%, Colt Brennan, 2006 (406 of 559) Career: (min. 300) 70.3%, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 (1,115 of 1,584) Interceptions Game: 5, Inoke Funaki at Boise State, Oct. 07, 2008 (att 34); Timmy Chang at Rice, Oct. 21, 2000 (att. 48); Colt Brennan at Idaho, Sept. 29, 2007 (att. 49); Inoke Funaki at Boise State, Oct. 24, 2008 (att. 34) Season: 22, Timmy Chang, 2002 (att. 624) Career: 80, Timmy Chang, 2000-04 (att. 2,436) Fewest Interceptions Season: (min. 75 att.) 1, Mike Stennis, 1979 (att. 92); Bernard Quarles, 1981 (att. 76) (min. 100 att.) 2, Michael Carter, 1993 (att. 179); Johnny Macon, 1995 (att. 152) (min. 200 att.) 5, Raphel Cherry, 1984 (att. 295) Career: (min. 300 att.) 13, Nick Rolovich, 2000-01 (att. 541) Lowest Interception Percentage Season: (min. 100 attempts) 1.11, Michael Carter, 1993 (2 in 179 att.) (min. 200 attempts) 1.25, Bryant Moniz, 2011 (5 in 397 att.) Career: (min. 250 attempts) 2.36, Bryant Moniz, 2009-11 (30 in 1,271 att.)

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Consecutive Attempts Without An Interception Season: 182, Colt Brennan, 2006 (during six games from Sept. 30 to Nov. 4) Career: 200, Timmy Chang, 2000-04 (during five games from Dec. 25, 2003, to Oct. 9, 2004) Yards Quarter:

282, Dan Robinson vs. Navy, Nov. 20, 1999 (2nd - 15 of 26) Half: 424, Bryant Moniz vs. UC Davis, Sept. 24, 2011 (1st - 30 of 40) Game: 560, Bryant Moniz vs. San Jose State, Nov. 20, 2010 (32 of 42) Two Consecutive Games: 1,048, Nick Rolovich (505 vs. Air Force, Nov. 24; 543 vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001) Three Consecutive Games: 1,548, Nick Rolovich (500 vs. MiamiOhio, Nov. 17; 505 vs. Air Force, Nov. 24; 543 vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001) Four Consecutive Games: 1,806, Nick Rolovich (258 vs. Boise State, Nov. 10; 500 vs. Miami-Ohio, Nov. 17; 505 vs. Air Force, Nov. 24; 543 vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001) Season: 5,549, Colt Brennan, 2006 Two Years: 9,892, Colt Brennan, 2006-07 Career: 17,072, Timmy Chang, 2000-04 Yards Per Game Season: 396.4, Colt Brennan, 2006 (5,549 in 14 games) Career: 322.1, Timmy Chang, 2000-04 (17,072 in 53 games) Consecutive Games Gaining 200 Yards or More Season: 14, Colt Brennan, 2006 (Sept. 2, 2006 at Alabama - Dec. 24, 2006 vs. Arizona State) Career: 34, Colt Brennan (Sept. 3, 2005 vs. USC Dec. 1, 2007 vs. Washington) Consecutive Games Gaining 300 Yards or More Season: 12, Colt Brennan, 2006 (Sept. 23, 2006 vs. Boise State - Dec. 24, 2006 vs. Arizona State) Career: 14, Timmy Chang (Sept. 30, 2001 vs. Tulsa - Sept. 6, 2002 at Brigham Young); 14, Colt Brennan (Sept. 23, 2006 vs. Boise State - Sept. 8, 2007 at La. Tech)

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RECORDS Most Games Gaining 200 Yards or More Season: 14, Colt Brennan, 2006 Career: 47, Timmy Chang, 2000, 2002-04 Most Games Gaining 300 Yards or More Season: 13, Colt Brennan, 2006 Career: 36, Timmy Chang, 2000, 2002-04 Most Games Gaining 400 Yards or More Season: 9, Colt Brennan, 2006 Career: 14, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 Yards Per Attempt Game: (min. 15 att.) 17.0, Warren Jones at Utah, Sept. 24, 1988 (16 for 272) (min. 25 att.) 15.2, Garrett Gabriel vs. Brigham Young, Oct. 28, 1989 (29 for 440) (min. 35 att.) 13.3, Colt Brennan vs. Arizona State, Dec. 24, 2006 (33 for 559) Season: (min. 150 att.) 9.9, Colt Brennan, 2006 (559 for 5,549) (min. 200 att.) 9.9, Colt Brennan, 2006 (559 for 5,549) Career: (min. 300 att.) 8.5, Garrett Gabriel, 1987-90 (661 for 5,631) Yards Per Completion Game: (min. 10 comp.) 24.7, Warren Jones at Utah, Sept. 24, 1988 (11 for 272) (min. 20 comp.) 20.0, Garrett Gabriel vs. Brigham Young, Oct. 28, 1989 (22 for 440) Season: (min. 100 comp.) 16.67, Garrett Gabriel, 1990 (165 for 2,752) Career: (min. 175 comp) 15.8, Garrett Gabriel, 1987-90 (356 for 5,631) (min. 300 comp) 12.7, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 (1,115 for 14,193)

Efficiency Rating Game: (min. 15 att.) 273.4, Warren Jones at Utah, Sept. 24, 1988 (11 of 16, 272 yards, 3 TD, 0 int.) Season: (min. 100 att.) 186.0, Colt Brennan, 2006 (559 att.) Career: (min. 300 att.) 144.2, Bryant Moniz, 2009-11 (791 att.) Touchdowns Quarter: 4, Bryant Moniz vs. UC Davis, Sept. 24, 2011 (1st); Nick Rolovich vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 (3rd); Timmy Chang vs. Idaho, Nov. 20, 2004 (2nd); Colt Brennan vs. N. Colorado, Sept. 1, 2001 (1st) Half: 7, Bryant Moniz vs. UC Davis, Sept. 24, 2011 (1st) Game: 8, Nick Rolovich vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 Season: 58, Colt Brennan, 2006 2 Years: 96, Colt Brennan, 2006-07 At Conclusion of Junior Season: 93, Colt Brennan, 2005-06 Career: 131, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 Consecutive Games Throwing A Touchdown Season: 14, Colt Brennan (Sept. 2, 2006 at Alabama through Dec. 24, 2006 vs. Arizona State) Career: 34, Colt Brennan (Sept. 3, 2005 vs. USC through Nov. 10, 2007 vs. Fresno State) Touchdown Passes In First Game Of Career 3, Gregg Tipton vs. Kansas, Aug. 31, 1985 Touchdowns With Same Passer And Receiver Season: 17, Timmy Chang to Chad Owens, 2004 Career: 39, Colt Brennan to Davone Bess, 2005-07 Attempts-To-Touchdown Ratio 9.6, Colt Brennan, 2006 (58 TD in 559 att.) Season: Career: 10.5, Jason Whieldon, 2002-03 (75 TD in 791 att.) Longest Touchdown Pass 95, Don Botelho to Colin Chock vs. Willamette, Oct. 11, 1957 Longest Non-Scoring Pass 87, Colt Brennan to Ross Dickerson at Nevada, Nov. 5, 2005

TEAM Attempts Game: 75 at San Jose State, Oct. 12, 2007 (comp. 44) Season: 754, 2003 (14 games) Completions Game: 44 at San Jose State, Oct. 12, 2007 (att. 75) 42 vs. Rice, Sept. 27, 2003 (att. 70); vs. Fresno State, Oct. 11, 2003 (att. 64); vs. Army, Nov. 22, 2003 (att. 61) Season: 459, 2007 (13 games) Interceptions Game: 9 vs. Pacific, Dec. 16, 1949 Season: 26, 1970 (11 games) Yards Game: Season:

593 vs. San Jose State, Nov. 20, 2010 6,178, 2006 (14 games)

Fewest Yards Game: (-8) vs. San Jose State, Nov. 30, 1957 (1 for 9) Yards Per Game Season: 441.3, 2006 (6,178 in 14) Average Gain Per Attempt Season: 10.0, 2006 (615 for 6,178 yards) Average Gain Per Completion Season: 16.45, 1988 (139 for 2,287 yards) Attempts Per Game Season: 53.9, 2003 (754 in 14) Completions Per Game Season: 35.3, 2007 (459 in 13) Completion Percentage Season: 72.2%, 2006 (444 of 615) Lowest Interception Percentage Season: 1.66, 1984 (5 of 301) Touchdown Passes Season: 62, 2006 (14 games) Touchdowns Per Game Season: 4.43, 2006 (62 in 14 games) Pass Efficiency Rating Season: 185.9, 2006 (5615 att., 444 comp., 12 int., 6,178 yards, 62 TDs)

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WARREN JONES

At the conclusion of his three-year career, Colt Brennan put his name on 31 NCAA passing and total offense records. In the UH record book, the All-American broke or tied 44 passing records and 22 total offense records from 2005-07. Timmy Chang, the NCAA’s all-time leader in passing yards with 17,072, also broke or tied 14 other NCAA records from 2000-04. In the school record book, Chang currently owns or shares 20 passing and four total offense records.

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Yards 593 559 548 545 543 543 540 534 532 531

C-A 35-50 33-42 43-61 44-75 42-61 29-52 45-59 33-46 42-58 40-59

Opponent San Jose State Arizona State at Louisiana Tech at San Jose State Army BYU Northern Colorado at Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech New Mexico State

Date 11/20/10 12/24/06 09/08/07 10/12/07 11/22/03 12/08/01 09/01/07 10/18/03 10/02/10 10/15/05 81


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YEARLY LEADERS Year 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 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 2010 2011 2012

Name Dick Hough Larry Arnold Larry Arnold Howard Gay Elroy Chong Mike Biscotti Casey Ortez Alex Kaloi Alex Kaloi Joe McReynolds Jeff Duva Jeff Duva Mike Stennis Mike Stennis Tim Lyons Bernard Quarles Raphel Cherry Raphel Cherry Gregg Tipton Gregg Tipton Warren Jones Warren Jones Garrett Gabriel Garrett Gabriel Michael Carter Michael Carter Michael Carter John Hao Johnny Macon Glenn Freitas Josh Skinner Dan Robinson Dan Robinson Timmy Chang Nick Rolovich Timmy Chang Timmy Chang Timmy Chang Colt Brennan Colt Brennan Colt Brennan Greg Alexander Bryant Moniz Bryant Moniz Bryant Moniz Sean Schroeder

Comp 109 154 110 68 71 54 103 120 64 36 105 113 42 71 72 103 170 143 156 211 84 138 143 165 81 51 91 86 68 129 109 163 288 245 233 349 353 358 350 406 359 154 182 361 248 175

Att 197 278 211 140 156 110 178 240 132 76 197 208 92 141 142 188 299 295 288 377 168 259 249 320 205 115 179 152 152 234 195 354 556 469 405 624 601 602 515 559 510 245 319 555 397 244

Yards 1,419 1,821 1,378 851 1,041 772 1,385 1,214 793 373 1,478 1,463 565 869 970 1,350 2,478 2,055 2,130 2,645 1,326 2,268 2,145 2,752 1,172 787 1,489 1,181 985 1,157 1,416 2,155 3,853 3,041 3,361 4,474 4,199 4,258 4,301 5,549 4,343 1,895 2,396 5,040 2,733 1,878

CAREER PASSING LEADERS No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

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Player Timmy Chang Colt Brennan Bryant Moniz Dan Robinson Garrett Gabriel Raphel Cherry Gregg Tipton Nick Rolovich Warren Jones Michael Carter Larry Arnold Greg Alexander Jeff Duva Mike Biscotti Alex Kaloi Bernard Quarles Sean Schroeder Glenn Freitas Mike Stennis Josh Skinner

Years 2000-04 2005-07 2009-11 1997-99 1987-90 1981-84 1985-86 2000-01 1985-88 1990-93 1967-69 2008-09 1977-78 1970-72 1973-76 1981-82 2012 1993-96 1977-80 1996-99

GP Att Com 53 2,436 1,388 38 1,584 1,115 34 1,271 791 25 914 453 34 661 356 37 680 353 24 665 367 14 541 296 29 477 249 46 521 229 25 512 273 13 395 252 22 405 218 29 332 160 26 402 198 21 264 143 12 344 175 40 342 178 33 275 133 24 267 132

TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES

TD 9 21 11 7 7 6 10 6 4 1 10 14 5 3 4 7 18 6 12 11 4 19 17 25 4 6 15 6 6 8 3 11 18 19 34 25 29 38 35 58 38 14 14 39 22 11

Int 80 42 30 30 31 24 28 13 21 16 23 9 17 22 30 7 12 20 12 17

MOST PASSING YARDS  SINGLE GAME 560 Bryant Moniz vs. San Jose State, 2010 (32 of 44) 559 Colt Brennan vs. Arizona State, 2006 (33 of 42) 548 Colt Brennan at La. Tech, 2007 (43 of 61) 545 Colt Brennan at San Jose State, 2007 (44 of 75) 543 Nick Rolovich vs. BYU, 2001 (29 of 52) 534 Timmy Chang vs. Louisiana Tech, 2003 (33 of 46) 532 Bryant Moniz vs. Lousiana Tech, 2010 (42 of 58) 530 Dan Robinson vs. Navy, 1999 (37 of 63) 515 Colt Brennan vs. NMSU, 2005 (38 of 53) 505 Nick Rolovich vs. Air Force, 2001 (30 of 46) 500 Nick Rolovich vs. Miami-Ohio, 2001 (30 of 53) 495 Colt Brennan vs. Boise State, 2007 (40 of 53) 477 Greg Alexander at UNLV, 2009 (31 of 48) 475 Timmy Chang vs. Houston, 2003 (26 of 42) 462 Timmy Chang at Fresno State, 2002 (36 of 61) MOST PASSING YARDS  SINGLE SEASON 5,549 Colt Brennan (406 of 559), 2006 5,040 Bryant Moniz (361 of 5595), 2010 4,474 Timmy Chang (349 of 624), 2002 4,343 Colt Brennan (359 of 510), 2007 4,301 Colt Brennan (350 of 515), 2005 4,258 Timmy Chang (358 of 602), 2004 4,199 Timmy Chang (353 of 601), 2003 3,853 Dan Robinson (288 of 556), 1999 3,361 Nick Rolovich (233 of 405), 2001 3,041 Timmy Chang (245 of 469), 2000 LONGEST PASS PLAYS 95 Don Botelho to Colin Chock vs. Willamette, 1957* 88 Larry Arnold to Rich Leon vs. UC Santa Barbara, 1968* 88 Jimmy Olmos to Susumu Tanaka vs. Pacific, 1939* 87 Colt Brennan to Ross Dickerson at Nevada, 2005 83 Richard Furtado to George Aki vs. Utah, 1935* 83 Gregg Tipton to Walter Murray vs. Wyoming, 1985 83 Garrett Gabriel to Jamal Farmer vs. BYU, 1989* 82 Greg Alexander to Malcolm Lane vs. Idaho, 2008* 81 Tyler Graunke to Malcolm Lane at UNLV, 2007* 81 Garrett Gabriel to Chris Roscoe vs. UTEP, 1989* 80 Bryant Moniz to Kealoha Pilares at Colorado, 2010 80 Nick Rolovich to Ashley Lelie vs. BYU, 2001* 80 Dan Robinson to Attrice Brooks vs. Eastern Illinois, 1999* 80 Rodney Glover to Matthew Harding vs. UNLV, 1992* 80 Garrett Gabriel to Dane McArthur vs. Colorado St., 1987 * - denotes play resulted in touchdown

Pct Yds .570 17,072 .703 14,193 .622 10,169 .496 6,038 .539 5,631 .519 5,046 .552 4,775 .547 4,176 .522 3,885 .440 3,504 .533 3,329 .638 3,328 .538 2,950 .482 2,161 .492 2,150 .541 1,952 .509 1,878 .520 1,777 .484 1,673 .494 1,667

TD 117 131 75 39 47 28 23 40 23 26 33 23 25 12 10 11 11 11 9 4

CPG 26.2 29.3 23.3 18.2 10.5 9.5 15.3 21.1 8.6 5.0 10.9 19.4 9.9 5.5 7.6 6.8 14.6 4.5 4.0 5.5

YPG 322.1 373.5 299.1 241.5 165.6 136.3 199.0 298.3 134.0 76.2 133.2 256.0 134.1 74.5 82.7 93.0 156.5 44.4 50.7 69.5

Eff 125.1 167.6 144.2 112.6 139.5 114.3 118.5 139.1 127.7 110.8 118.9 149.2 126.9 101.5 87.5 124.7 100.3 94.6 101.5 94.1

TIMMY CHANG

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RECORDS

RUSHING INDIVIDUAL Attempts Game:

Season: Career:

35, Nuu Faaola vs. San Diego State, Nov. 30, 1985 (150 yards); Jamal Farmer vs. Air Force, Dec. 9, 1989 (242 yards) 221, Michael Carter, 1991 (1,092 yards) 647, Gary Allen, 1978-81 (3,451 yards)

Attempts Per Game Season: 19.4, Gary Allen, 1981 (194 in 10 games) Career: 15.1, Norris Birdsong, 1975-76 (317 in 21 games) Net Yards Gained Quarter: 123, Alex Green vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 22, 2010 (2nd - 4 rushes) Half: 190, Anthony Edgar vs. Air Force, Nov. 27, 1982 Game: 327, Alex Green vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 22, 2010 Season: 1,498, Travis Sims, 1992 (220 att, 12 games) Career: 3,451, Gary Allen, 1978-81 (647 rushes) Net Yards Gained In Two Consecutive Games 463, Alex Green, 2010 (327 vs. New Mexico State, 136 vs. UNLV) Net Yards Gained In Three Consecutive Games 535, Larry Sherrer, 1971 (159 vs. Cal State-LA, 196 vs. Santa Clara, 180 vs. New Mexico Highlands) Net Yards Gained In Four Consecutive Games 664, Larry Sherrer, 1971 (159 vs. Cal State-LA, 196 vs. Santa Clara, 180 vs. New Mexico Highlands, 129 vs. UC Santa Barbara) Net Yards Gained In Five Consecutive Games 755, Travis Sims, 1992 (Utah through Colorado State) Net Yards Gained In Six Consecutive Games 852, Alex Green, 2010 (Utah State through UNLV)

TRAVIS SIMS

Net Yards Gained In Seven Consecutive Games 967, Travis Sims, 1992 (Utah through Wyoming) Net Yards Gained In Eight Consecutive Games 1,068, Travis Sims, 1992 (Utah through Tulsa) Net Yards Gained In Nine Consecutive Games 1,193, Travis Sims, 1992 (Utah through Pittsburgh) Net Yards Gained In 10 Consecutive Games 1,253, Travis Sims, 1992 (Brigham Young through Pittsburgh) Net Yards Gained In Two Consecutive Seasons 1,924, Gary Allen (1,040 in ‘79, 884 in ‘80) Net Yards Gained In Three Consecutive Seasons 2,930, Gary Allen (1,040 in ‘79, 884 in ‘80, 1,006 in ‘81) Net Yards Per Game Season: 124.8, Travis Sims, 1992 (1,498 in 12 games) Career: 83.6, Larry Sherrer, 1968-71 (2,174 in 26 games) Net Yards Gained By A Freshman Game: 242, Jamal Farmer vs. Air Force, Dec. 9, 1989 (35 rushes) Season: 986, Jamal Farmer, 1989 (199 rushes) Net Yards Gained By A Sophomore Game: 214, Michael Carter at Wyoming, Aug. 31, 1991 (33 rushes) Season: 1,092, Michael Carter, 1991 (221 rushes) Net Yards Gained By A Junior Game: 221, Wilbert Haslip vs. Idaho, Sept. 24, 1977 (22 rushes) Season: 1,146, Albert Holmes, 1972 (199 rushes) Net Yards Gained By A Senior Game: 327, Alex Green vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 22, 2010 Season: 1,498, Travis Sims, 1992 (220 rushes)

100-Yard Games Season: 9, Travis Sims, 1992 Career: 15, Gary Allen, 1978-81 200-Yard Games Season: 1, Pete Wilson, 1950; Wilbert Haslip, 1977; Gary Allen, 1979; Anthony Edgar, 1982; Jamal Farmer, 1989; Michael Carter, 1991; Travis Sims, 1992; Alex Green, 2010 Consecutive 100-Yard Games Season: 4, Gary Allen, 1979 (began Oct. 13 vs. Santa Clara, ended Nov. 3 vs. Temple); Norris Birdsong, 1975 (began Oct. 4 vs. Rutgers, ended Nov. 1 vs. Cal State Fullerton); Larry Sherrer, 1971 (began Oct. 9 vs. Cal State-LA, ended Oct. 30 vs. UC Santa Barbara) Consecutive Carries Game: 8, John Lister vs. Lamar, Sept. 15, 2012 Fewest Rushes, Gained 100 Yards Or More Game: 2, Brian Gordon at Brigham Young, Sept. 11, 1993 (100 yards) Net Yards Gained By Two Players Game: 371, Pete Wilson (270) and Jimmy Asato (101) vs. Brigham Young, Nov. 17, 1950 Season: 2,038, Travis Sims (1,498) and Michael Carter (540), 1992 Net Yards Gained In First Game Of Career 103, Mike Vierra vs. Texas A&I, Sept. 13, 1975 Net Yards Gained In Opening Game Of Season 214, Michael Carter at Wyoming, Aug. 31, 1991 Net Yards Gained Against One Opponent Career: 454, Larry Sherrer vs. Santa Clara, 1969-71 (44 rushes)

Net Yards Gained By A Quarterback Game: 214, Michael Carter at Wyoming, Aug. 31, 1991 (33 rushes) Season: 1,092, Michael Carter, 1991 (221 rushes) Career: 2,528, Michael Carter, 1990-93 (557 rushes)

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RECORDS 50-Yard Rushes Game: 2, Alex Green at New Mexico State, Nov. 22, 2010 (62 & 71); Anthony Edgar vs. Air Force, Nov. 27, 1982 (69 & 70, both TDs); Gary Allen vs. Temple, Nov. 3, 1979 (77 & 55, both TDs) Season: 5, Gary Allen, 1979 Career: 8, Gary Allen, 1978-81 Average Gain Per Rush Game: (min. 15 rushes) 17.2, Alex Green vs. New Mexico St., Nov. 22, 2010 (19 for 327) (min. 20 rushes) 10.0, Wilbert Haslip vs. Idaho, Sept. 24, 1977 (22 for 221) (min. 30 rushes) 6.5, Michael Carter at Wyoming, Aug. 31, 1991 (33 for 214) Season: (min. 150 rushes) 6.8, Travis Sims, 1992 (220 for 1,498) Career: (min. 300 rushes) 6.3, Travis Sims, 1989-92 (367 for 2313) Touchdowns Game: Season: Career:

TEAM Most Rushes Game: 84 vs. Cal Poly-Pomona, Dec. 25, 1922 Season: 630, 1992 (3,522 yards) Most Yards Gained Game: 489 vs. Lewis & Clark, Sept. 21, 1957 Season: 3,519, 1992 (12 games) Most Yards Gained Per Game Season: 293.3, 1992 (3,519 in 12) Highest Average Gain Per Rush Season: 5.6, 1992 (631 rushes for 3,522 yards) Most Rushes Per Game Season: 56.1, 1981 (617 in 11 games) Most Touchdowns Rushing Per Game Season: 2.9, 1969 (29 in 10 games)

Longest Touchdown Rush 87, Skippy Dyer vs. Fresno St., Nov. 26, 1955 Longest Non-Scoring Rush 76, Joe Kaulukukui vs. Denver, Nov. 12, 1938

WARRIOR FUN FACT More than 30 years since he first put on a UH uniform, Gary Allen still owns 12 school records, including career rushing yards (3,451). His total is nearly 1,000 yards more than Michael Carter (2,528), who incidentally played quarterback during a time in which UH used the run-oriented Triple Option offense. Carter owns the school record for most rushing touchdowns with 39. Allen led the team in rushing for four straight years and owns the school-record 15, 100-plus yard games.

NUU FAAOLA 84

TOP TEAM PERFORMANCES Yards 489 454 453 447 440 439 436 424 422 419

Att NA 53 76 66 63 63 55 59 64 74

Opponent Lewis & Clark at BYU at New Mexico at UTEP Tulsa UNLV at UNLV Colorado State at Wyoming Cal State Fullerton

MOST RUSHING YARDS  SINGLE GAME 327 Alex Green at New Mexico St., 2010 (19 att.) 270 Pete Wilson vs. BYU, 1950 242 Anthony Edgar vs. Air Force, 1982 (22 att.) 242 Jamal Farmer vs. Air Force, 1989 (35 att.) 221 Wilbert Haslip vs. Idaho, 1977 (22 att.) 214 Michael Carter at Wyoming, 1991 (33 att.) 202 Travis Sims at UTEP, 1992 (28 att.) 202 Gary Allen vs. UTEP, 1979 (24 att.) 196 Larry Sherrer vs. Santa Clara, 1971 (22 att.) 194 Walter Briggs vs. New Mexico, 1987 (33 att.) 189 Gary Allen vs. San Diego State, 1981 (32 att.) MOST RUSHING YARDS  SINGLE SEASON 1,498 Travis Sims (220 carries), 1992 1,199 Alex Green (146 carries), 2010 1,146 Albert Holmes (199 carries), 1972 1,129 Larry Sherrer (204 carries), 1971 1,092 Michael Carter (221 carries), 1991 1,064 Nuu Faaola (203 carries), 1985 1,040 Gary Allen (162 carries), 1979 1,006 Gary Allen (194 carries), 1981 990 Nate Ilaoa (131 carries), 2006 986 Jamal Farmer (199 carries), 1989

5, Heikoti Fakava vs. Yale, Oct. 3, 1987 18, Jamal Farmer, 1989; Alex Green, 2010 39, Michael Carter, 1990-93

1,000-Yard Seasons 2, Gary Allen, 1979, 1981

TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES

Date 09/21/57 09/11/93 10/10/87 10/31/92 11/28/92 10/31/81 09/30/95 11/28/81 08/31/91 09/30/78

PETE WILSON

LONGEST RUN PLAYS 87 Skippy Dyer vs. Fresno State, 1955* 86 Emory Holmes vs. Cal State-LA, 1968* 85 Michael Carter vs. Air Force, 1991* 84 James Asato vs. Denver, 1949* 84 Gary Allen vs. Colorado State, 1981* 82 Larry Sherrer vs. Santa Clara, 1971* 82 Anthony Edgar vs. UTEP, 1981* 81 Ben Holokai vs. Humboldt State, 1957* 81 John West at Fresno State, 2002* 79 Emory Holmes vs. Cal Western, 1967* * - denotes play resulted in touchdown

NATE ILAOA

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YEARLY LEADERS Year 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 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 2010 2011 2012

LARRY SHERRER

NOLLE SMITH

CAREER RUSHING C S G LEADERS S No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Years Gary Allen 1978-81 Michael Carter 1990-93 Travis Sims 1989-92 Larry Sherrer 1969-71 Jamal Farmer 1988-91 Heikoti Fakava 1985-88 Wilbert Haslip 1975-78 Albert Holmes 1971-73 Bill Massey 1968-70 Nate Ilaoa 2002-03, ’05-06 Alex Green 2009-10 George Bell 1977-79 Anthony Edgar 1981-82 David Toloumu 1978-81 Nuu Faaola 1982-85 Charles Tharp 1997-98 Tupu Alualu 1993-95 Norris Birdsong 1975-76 Michael Brewster 2001-04 Mike Bass 2001-04

GP 43 46 38 26 27 47 37 29 35 37 27 42 21 43 32 24 35 21 36 35

Att 647 557 367 373 440 455 421 381 298 222 232 380 319 315 304 341 282 317 183 215

Gain 3,654 3,046 2,319 2,290 2,163 2,137 2,124 2,086 1,853 1,719 1,711 1,686 1,622 1,620 1,521 1,572 1,484 1,330 1,274 1,226

Loss 203 518 8 116 39 26 51 145 74 30 59 45 77 110 34 97 18 57 57 45

Net 3,451 2,528 2,311 2,174 2,124 2,111 2,073 1,941 1,779 1,689 1,652 1,641 1,545 1,510 1,487 1,475 1,466 1,273 1,217 1,181

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Avg 5.3 4.5 6.3 5.8 4.8 4.6 4.9 5.1 6.2 7.6 7.1 4.3 4.8 4.8 4.9 4.3 5.2 4.0 6.7 5.5

TD 19 39 14 26 31 31 11 18 17 20 20 14 16 17 12 9 10 13 11 7

Name Larry Cook Emory Holmes Bill Massey Larry Sherrer Larry Sherrer Albert Holmes Albert Holmes Regis Grice Norris Birdsong Wilbert Haslip Wilbert Haslip Gary Allen Gary Allen Gary Allen Gary Allen Anthony Edgar Dino Babers Raphel Cherry Nuu Faaola Danny Crowell Heikoti Fakava Heikoti Fakava Jamal Farmer Jamal Farmer Michael Carter Travis Sims Calvin Melvin Tupu Alualu Brett Washington Carlos Shaw Charles Tharp Charles Tharp Avion Weaver James Fenderson Mike Bass John West John West Michael Brewster Nate Ilaoa Nate Ilaoa Kealoha Pilares Daniel Libre Leon Wright-Jackson Alex Green Joey Iosefa Will Gregory

YPG 80.3 55.0 60.8 83.6 78.7 44.9 56.0 66.9 59.3 45.6 61.2 39.1 73.6 35.1 46.5 61.5 41.9 60.6 33.8 33.7

Rush 100 139 144 106 204 199 166 115 165 139 134 98 162 193 194 201 76 168 203 164 163 194 199 159 221 220 139 129 90 99 195 146 114 113 108 59 64 113 85 131 68 99 74 146 110 137

Yards 362 714 840 722 1,129 1,146 715 472 731 730 698 521 1,040 884 1,006 900 295 424 1,064 724 792 860 986 664 1,092 1,498 831 638 574 394 796 679 645 651 558 451 422 722 643 990 388 443 554 1,199 548 691

Avg 3.6 5.1 5.8 6.6 5.5 5.8 4.3 4.1 4.4 5.4 5.2 5.3 6.4 4.6 5.2 4.5 3.9 2.5 5.2 4.4 4.9 4.4 5.0 4.2 4.9 6.8 6.0 4.9 6.4 4.0 4.1 4.7 5.7 5.8 5.2 7.6 6.6 6.4 7.6 7.6 5.7 4.5 7.5 8.2 5.0 5.0

TD 3 5 11 9 16 12 6 2 6 2 3 1 8 2 8 7 3 3 10 6 16 12 18 9 16 9 3 3 2 2 7 2 4 7 3 5 4 6 6 13 3 6 7 18 7 3

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RECORDS

TOTAL OFFENSE INDIVIDUAL Plays Game: Season: Career:

90, Colt Brennan at San Jose State, Oct. 12, 2007 (544 yards, 5 TDs) 663, Timmy Chang, 2002 (4,457 yards) 2,587, Timmy Chang, 2000-04 (16,910 yards)

Yards Gained Game: 581, Bryant Moniz vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 2, 2010 (49 rushing, 532 passing) Season: 5,915, Colt Brennan, 2006 (366 rushing, 5,549 passing) 2 Years: 10,370, Colt Brennan, 2005-06 (520 rushing, 9,850 passing) 16,910, Timmy Chang, 2000-04 (-162 rushing, Career: 17,072 passing) Yards Gained Per Game Season: 422.5, Colt Brennan, 2006 (5,915 in 14) Career: 387.9, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 (14,740 in 38) Average Gain Per Play Game: 14.3, Bryant Moniz vs. Charleston Southern, Sept. 25, 2010 (29 for 415) Season: 9.2, Colt Brennan, 2006 (645 for 5,915) Career: (min. 3,000 yards) 7.66, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 (1,851 for 14,193) Touchdowns Responsible For Game: 8, Nick Rolovich vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 (passed 8) Season: 63, Colt Brennan, 2006 (passed 58, rushed 5) 2 Years: 109, Colt Brennan, 2006-07 (passed 96, rushed 13) Career: 146, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 (passed 131, rushed 15) Points Responsible For Game: 48, Nick Rolovich vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 (passed 8) Season: 384, Colt Brennan, 2006 (passed 58, rushed 5, 3 two-point conv.) 2 Years: 660, Colt Brennan, 2006-07 (passed 96, rushed 13, 3 two-point conv.)

Career:

Most Fumbles By Both Teams Game: 14, Brigham Young (9) and UH (5), Dec. 8, 2001 886, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 (passed 131, rushed 15, 5 two-point conv.)

Points Responsible For Per Game Season: 27.4, Colt Brennan, 2006 (passed 58, rushed 5, 3 two-point conv.) 2 Years: 25.3, Colt Brennan, 2006-07 (passed 96, rushed 13, 3 two-point conv.) Career: 23.3, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 (passed 131, rushed 15, 5 two-point conv.) Most Games Gaining 300 Yards or More Season: 14, Colt Brennan, 2006 Career: 32, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 Consecutive Games Gaining 300 Yards or More Season: 14, Colt Brennan, 2006 Career: 25, Colt Brennan, 2005-07 Consecutive Games Gaining 400 Yards or More Season: 6, Colt Brennan, 2006 Career: 8, Colt Brennan, 2005-07

TEAM

Most Fumbles Lost Game: 8 vs. Fresno State, Nov. 22, 1957 Season: 27, 1975 (fumbled 55) Most Fumbles Lost By Both Teams 12, Fresno State (4) and UH (8), Nov. 22, 1957 Game: Fewest Fumbles Season: 14, 1968 (lost 6 in 9 games) Fewest Fumbles Lost Per Game Season: 0.6, 1981 (lost 7 in 11 games) Most Consecutive Games Without Losing A Fumble Season: 7, 1981 Most Penalties Against Game: 17 vs. Rutgers, Nov. 30, 1974 (185 yards); vs. Long Beach State, Sept. 21, 1985 (136 yards) Season: 9.7, 2000 (116 in 12 games for 830 yards) Most Penalties By Both Teams Game: 32, at San Jose State (16 for 201) and UH (16 for 197), Nov. 6, 1999

Most Plays Game: 101 at San Jose State, Oct. 12, 2007 Season: 77.7, 1974 (855 in 11)

Fewest Penalties Per Game Season: 4.0, 1969 (40 in 10 games for 430 yards)

Most Yards Gained Game: 741 vs. Army, Nov. 22, 2003 (198 rushing, 543 passing) Season: 7,829, 2006 (14 games)

Most Yards Penalized Game: 205 vs. Portland State, Oct. 22, 1977 (14 penalties) Season: 96.8, 1977 (1,065 in 11 games, 94 penalties)

Fewest Yards Gained Game: 57 vs. Utah, Oct. 4, 1947 (57 rushing, 0 passing)

Most Yards Penalized By Both Teams Game: 398, at San Jose State (201) and UH (197), Nov. 6, 1999 (32 penalties)

Yards Gained Per Game Season: 559.2, 2006 (7,828 in 14)

Fewest Yards Penalized Per Game Season: 43.0, 1969 (430 in 10 games, 40 penalties)

Average Gain Per Play Season: 8.6, 2006 (913 plays, 7,829 yards) Touchdowns Rushing, Passing Season: 84, 2006 (22 rushing, 62 passing) Touchdowns Rushing, Passing Per Game Season: 6.0, 2006 (84 in 14) Most First Downs Game: 38 vs. Army, Nov. 22, 2003 Season: 26.0, 2006 (365 in 14) Fewest First Downs Game: 2 vs. Utah, Oct. 4, 1947 Most First Downs By Rushing Game: 23 vs. Cal State Fullerton, Sept. 30, 1978; vs. New Mexico, Oct. 10, 1987 Season: 15.08, 1992 (181 in 12)

TOP TEAM PERFORMANCES YARDS 741 697 680 674 667 653 647 646 642 641 638

Pass/Rush 543/198 337/360 559/121 520/154 359/308 434/219 532/115 543/103 343/299 527/114 534/104

Opponent Army Utah State Arizona State Nevada BYU Purdue Louisiana Tech BYU UNLV Houston at La. Tech

Date 11/22/03 11/07/09 12/24/06 10/12/02 12/01/90 11/25/06 10/02/10 12/08/01 10/24/92 12/24/03 10/18/03

Most First Downs By Passing Game: 27, 2x at San Jose State, Oct. 12, 2007; vs. Northern Colorado, Sept. 1, 2007 Season: 20.4, 2007 (266 in 13)

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YYEARLY LEADERS

COLT BRENNAN

MICHAEL CARTER

Y Year 11967 11968 11969 11970 11971 11972 11973 11974 11975 11976 11977 11978 11979 11980 11981 11982 11983 11984 11985 11986 1987 1 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Dick Hough Larry Arnold Larry Arnold Howard Gay Larry Sherrer Albert Holmes Casey Ortez Alex Kaloi Alex Kaloi Wilbert Haslip Jeff Duva Jeff Duva Gary Allen Mike Stennis Gary Allen Bernard Quarles Raphel Cherry Raphel Cherry Gregg Tipton Gregg Tipton Warren Jones Warren Jones Garrett Gabriel Garrett Gabriel Michael Carter Travis Sims Michael Carter John Hao Johnny Macon Glenn Freitas Josh Skinner Dan Robinson Dan Robinson Timmy Chang Nick Rolovich Timmy Chang Timmy Chang Timmy Chang Colt Brennan Colt Brennan Colt Brennan Greg Alexander Bryant Moniz Bryant Moniz Bryant Moniz Sean Schroeder

Plays 279 326 242 175 204 199 228 344 260 140 268 289 164 217 197 295 446 463 380 452 255 460 352 412 426 220 333 210 259 349 253 438 616 492 454 663 644 639 614 645 592 335 377 636 478 398

Yards 1,624 1,790 1,276 823 1,129 1,146 1,270 1,445 1,127 748 1,557 1,556 1,071 1,070 1,011 1,695 2,744 2,479 2,068 2,548 1,519 2,937 2,391 2,872 2,264 1,498 2,137 1,293 1,363 1,509 1,385 2,128 3,762 2,992 3,365 4,457 4,139 4,258 4,455 5,915 4,368 2,034 2,513 5,142 3,026 1,709

TD 9 21 11 7 16 12 10 6 4 2 11 16 8 8 9 12 26 3 3 1 6 8 22 28 20 9 26 8 12 11 5 13 32 21 34 26 30 40 37 63 46 17 15 43 30 12

CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Timmy Chang Colt Brennan Bryant Moniz Garrett Gabriel Michael Carter Raphel Cherry Dan Robinson Warren Jones Gregg Tipton Nick Rolovich Greg Alexander Gary Allen Jeff Duva Larry Arnold Glenn Freitas Alex Kaloi Bernard Quarles Travis Sims Mike Biscotti Larry Sherrer

Years 2000-04 2005-07 2009-11 1987-90 1990-93 1981-84 1997-99 1985-88 1985-86 2000-01 2008-09 1978-81 1977-78 1967-69 1993-96 1973-76 1981-82 1990-92 1970-72 1969-72

GP 53 38 34 34 45 37 25 28 24 14 13 43 22 25 40 26 21 38 29 26

Plays 2,587 1,851 1,491 902 1,095 1,073 1,059 753 832 598 522 657 557 593 645 647 415 367 388 373

Rush Pass -162 17,072 547 14,193 512 10,169 550 5,631 2,528 3,504 898 5,046 -118 6,038 879 3,885 -159 4,775 25 4,176 242 3,328 3,451 36 163 2,950 -228 3,329 1,055 1,777 552 2,150 666 1,952 2,311 0 -10 2,199 2,174 0

Net 16,910 14,740 10,681 6,181 6,032 5,944 5,920 4,764 4,616 4,201 3,570 3,487 3,113 3,101 2,832 2,702 2,618 2,311 2,189 2,174

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TD 123 146 88 57 58 43 45 33 27 40 26 24 29 34 31 17 18 14 14 30

YPP 6.5 7.9 7.2 6.9 5.5 5.5 5.6 6.3 5.5 7.0 6.8 5.3 5.6 5.2 4.4 4.2 6.3 6.3 5.6 5.8

YPG 319.1 387.8 314.1 181.8 160.4 160.4 236.8 164.3 192.3 300.1 274.6 81.1 141.5 124.0 70.8 103.9 124.7 60.8 73.5 83.6

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RECORDS

RECEIVING INDIVIDUAL Receptions Game: 18, Kealoha Pilares vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 2, 2010 Season: 119, Greg Salas, 2010 (1,889) Career: 293, Davone Bess, 2005-07 (3,610 yards) Receptions By A Running Back Season: 67, Nate Ilaoa, 2006 (837 yards) Career: 103, Nate Ilaoa, 2006 (1,111 yards) Receptions Per Game Season: 8.50, Greg Salas, 2010 (119 in 14) Career: 7.51, Davone Bess, 2005-07 (293 in 39) Consecutive Games Catching A Pass Career: 50, Jason Rivers (Sept. 13, 2003, through Jan. 1, 2008) Yards Gained Game: 308, Jason Rivers vs. Arizona State, Dec. 24, 2006 (14 rec) Season: 1,889, Greg Salas, 2010 (119 rec) Career: 3,919, Jason Rivers, 2003-07 (292 rec) Yards Gained By A Running Back Season: 837, Nate Ilaoa, 2006 (67 rec) Career: 1,111, Nate Ilaoa, 2005-06 (103 rec) Yards Gained Per Game Season: 142.8, Ashley Lelie, 2001 (1,713 yards in 12) Career: 92.56, Davone Bess, 2005-07 (3,610 in 39) Average Gain Per Reception Game: (min. 5) 35.16, Ashley Lelie vs. Miami-Ohio, Nov. 17, 2001 (6 for 211) Season: (min. 25) 22.19, Chris Roscoe, 1989 (47 for 1,043) Career: (min. 50) 20.97, Chris Roscoe, 1987-79 (108 for 2,265) Touchdowns Game: 4, Chad Owens vs. Northwestern, Nov. 27, 2004 and vs. Michigan State, Dec. 4, 2004; 4, Ryan GriceMullen vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 15, 2005; Jason Rivers vs. Washington, Dec. 1, 2007 Season: 19, Ashley Lelie, 2001 (84 rec) Career: 41, Davone Bess, 2005-07 (293 rec)

Two or More Players, Same Team, Each Gaining 1,000 Yards Season: Greg Salas (1,889) and Kealoha Pilares (1,306), 2010; Ryan Grice-Mullen (1,372), Davone Bess (1,266) and Jason Rivers (1,174), 2007; Davone Bess (1,220) and Jason Rivers (1,178), 2006; Ryan Grice-Mullen (1,228) and Davone Bess (1,124), 2005 Two or More Players, Same Team, Each Catching 60 Passes Or More Season: Billy Ray Stutzmann (78), Royce Pollard (71), Jeremiah Ostrowski (65), 2011; Greg Salas (119), Kealoha Pilares (88), Royce Pollard (64), 2010; Greg Salas (106) and Kealoha Pilares (66), 2009; Davone Bess (108), Ryan Grice-Mullen (106), Jason Rivers (92), and C.J. Hawthorne (62), 2007; Davone Bess (96), Jason Rivers (72) and Nate Ilaoa (67), 2006 Most 100-Yard Receiving Games (one team) Season: 20, Davone Bess (6), Jason Rivers (5), Ryan Grice-Mullen (4), Ross Dickerson (2), Ian Sample (2), Nate Ilaoa (1); 2006 100-Yard Games Season: 10, Greg Salas, 2010 Career: 19, Greg Salas, 2007-10; Davone Bess, 2005-07 Consecutive 100-Yard Games Season: 6, Greg Salas, 2010 (began Sept. 25 vs. Charleston Southern, ended Nov. 6 at Boise State) 200-Yard Games Season: 3, Ashley Lelie, 2001 Career: 3, Ashley Lelie, 1999-2001 Consecutive 200-Yard Games Season: 3, Ashley Lelie, 2001 (Miami, OH; Air Force; BYU) Yards Gained In Two Consecutive Games 547, Ashley Lelie, 2001 (285 vs. Air Force; 262 vs. BYU) Yards Gained In Three Consecutive Games 758, Ashley Lelie, 2001 (211 vs. Miami (OH); 285 vs. Air Force; 262 vs. BYU)

Most Touchdowns by a Freshman Game: 4, Ryan Grice-Mullen vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 15, 2005 Season: 14, Davone Bess, 2005 (89 rec) Longest Touchdown Reception 95, Colin Chock from Don Botelho vs. Willamette, Oct. 11, 1957 Longest Non-Scoring Reception 87, Ross Dickerson from Colt Brennan at Nevada, Nov. 5, 2005 88

TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES MOST RECEPTIONS  SINGLE GAME 18 Kealoha Pilares vs. Louisiana Tech, 2010 (217 yards) 16 Greg Salas vs. New Mexico State, 2009 (196 yards) 15 Davone Bess vs. Boise State, 2007 (181 yards) 14 Chad Owens vs. Army, 2003 (168 yards) 14 Davone Bess vs. Fresno State, 2005 (158 yards) 14 Jason Rivers vs. Arizona State, 2006 (308 yards) 14 Ryan Grice-Mullen at San Jose State, 2007 (175 yards) 14 Jason Rivers at La. Tech, 2007 (176 yards) 14 Jason Rivers vs. Washington, 2007 (167 yards) MOST RECEPTIONS  SINGLE SEASON 119 Greg Salas, 2010 (1,889 yards) 108 Davone Bess, 2007 (1,266 yards) 106 Greg Salas, 2009 (1,590 yards) 106 Ryan Grice-Mullen, 2007 (1,372 yards) 102 Chad Owens, 2004 (1,290 yards) 96 Davone Bess, 2006 (1,220 yards) 92 Jason Rivers, 2007 (1,174 yards) 92 Justin Colbert, 2002 (1,302 yards) 89 Davone Bess, 2005 (1,124 yards) 88 Kealoha Pilares, 2010 (1,306 yards) MOST RECEIVING YARDS  SINGLE GAME 308 Jason Rivers vs. Arizona State, 2006 (14 rec) 285 Ashley Lelie vs. Air Force, 2001 (9 rec) 283 Chad Owens vs. Michigan State, 2004 (13 rec) 262 Ashley Lelie vs. BYU, 2001 (8 rec) 238 Britton Komine vs. Nevada, 2002 (8 rec) 220 Dwight Carter vs. Eastern Illinois, 1999 (6 rec) 217 Kealoha Pilares vs. Louisiana Tech, 2010 (18 rec) 216 Royce Pollard at Louisiana Tech, 2011, (10 rec) 214 Greg Salas vs. Tulsa, 2010 (13 rec) 211 Ashley Lelie vs. Miami (OT), 2001 (6 rec) 208 Dwight Carter vs. Navy, 1999 (10 rec) 207 Jeremiah Cockheran vs. Alabama, 2002 (9 rec) 206 Allen Brown vs. Puget Sound, 1973 (9 rec) 201 Walter Murray vs. Oklahoma, 1983 (10 rec) MOST RECEIVING YARDS  SINGLE SEASON 1,000YARD RECEIVERS 1,889 Greg Salas, 2010 (119 rec) 1,713 Ashley Lelie, 2001 (84 rec) 11,590 Greg Salas, 2009 (106 rec) 11,372 Ryan Grice-Mullen, 2007 (106 rec) Kealoha Pilares, 2010 (88 rec) 11,306 Justin Colbert, 2002 (92 rec) 11,302 Chad Owens, 2004 (102 rec) 11,290 Davone Bess, 2007 (108 rec) 11,266 Dwight Carter, 1999 (77 rec) 11,253 Ryan Grice-Mullen, 2005 (85 rec) 11,228 Davone Bess, 2006 (96 rec) 11,220 11,178 Jason Rivers, 2006 (72 rec) Jason Rivers, 2007 (92 rec) 11,174 Chad Owens, 2003 (85 rec) 11,134 Davone Bess, 2005 (89 rec) 11,124 Ashley Lelie, 2000 (74 rec) 11,110 Chris Roscoe, 1989 (47 rec) 11,043 Royce Pollard, 2011 (71 rec) 11,011

GREG SALAS 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL


RECORDS

YEARLY LEADERS Year Name 1967 Jim Schultz 1968 McKinley Reynolds Rich Leon 1969 Dave Patterson 1970 Henry Sovio 1971 Henry Sovio 1972 Golden Richards 1973 Allen Brown 1974 Mel deLaura 1975 Larry Jackson Mike Fletcher Mike Vierra 1976 Mike Fletcher 1977 Rick Wagner 1978 DeWayne Jett Walt Little 1979 DeWayne Jett 1980 Ron Pennick Gary Allen 1981 Gary Allen Merv Lopes 1982 Walter Murray 1983 Walter Murray 1984 Walter Murray 1985 Walter Murray 1986 David Dyas Ron Hall 1987 Dane McArthur 1988 Chris Roscoe

Rec 60 49 51 36 29 36 23 46 42 12 12 12 23 19 18 24 21 23 26 21 23 31 44 37 66 33 42 24 44

Yards 956 711 653 435 339 527 414 735 482 186 177 166 284 270 382 293 271 282 257 367 313 494 773 625 673 562 508 391 859

Avg/G 95.6 71.1 65.3 43.5 30.8 47.9 59.1 81.7 43.8 16.9 16.0 15.0 25.8 24.5 34.7 26.6 24.6 25.6 23.3 36.7 28.4 44.9 70.2 56.8 56.0 46.8 42.3 32.5 71.5

CHRIS ROSCOE

TD 7 7 6 3 0 2 5 2 2 3 0 0 2 2 5 3 5 2 1 2 2 5 7 1 7 1 2 2 9

Year Name 1989 Chris Roscoe 1990 Jeff Sydner Dane McArthur 1991 Jeff Sydner 1992 Darrick Branch 1993 Brian Gordon 1994 Brannon Kennedy Clint Kuboyama 1995 Dillan Micus Eddie Klaneski 1996 Dillan Micus 1997 Charles Tharp 1998 Wesley Morris 1999 Dwight Carter 2000 Ashley Lelie 2001 Ashley Lelie 2002 Justin Colbert 2003 Chad Owens 2004 Chad Owens 2005 Ryan Grice-Mullen Davone Bess 2006 Davone Bess 2007 Ryan Grice-Mullen Davone Bess 2008 Michael Washington Greg Salas 2009 Greg Salas 2010 Greg Salas 2011 Billy Ray Stutzmann Royce Pollard 2012 Billy Ray Stutzmann

Rec 47 47 49 34 25 27 23 27 31 36 27 42 51 77 74 84 92 85 102 85 89 96 106 108 62 57 106 119 78 71 35

Yards 1,043 820 696 421 491 419 462 315 536 513 366 435 692 1,253 1,110 1,713 1,302 1,134 1,290 1,228 1,124 1,220 1,372 1,266 789 831 1,590 1,889 910 1,011 447

Avg/G 80.2 68.3 58.0 38.2 40.9 34.9 38.5 26.3 44.7 42.8 33.3 36.3 57.7 104.4 92.5 142.8 93.0 103.1 99.2 102.3 93.7 87.1 105.5 97.4 56.4 59.4 122.3 134.9 70.0 84.2 44.7

TD 9 7 8 2 5 4 2 2 3 1 1 1 4 9 11 19 8 9 17 12 14 15 13 12 6 3 8 14 4 8 0

DAVONE BESS

WALTER MURRAY

CAREER RECEIVING LEAD LEADERS DERS DER No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Greg Salas Jason Rivers Davone Bess Ryan Grice-Mullen Ashley Lelie Chad Owens Justin Colbert Walter Murray Kealoha Pilares Britton Komine Chris Roscoe Channon Harris Royce Pollard Craig Stutzmann Dwight Carter Dane McArthur Jeremiah Cockheran Nate Ilaoa Ross Dickerson Darrick Branch

Years 2007-10 2003-04, ’06-07 2005-07 2005-07 1999-2001 2001-04 1999-2002 1982-85 2007-10 2001-04 1987-89 1999-2001 2008-11 1998-2001 1998-99 1987-90 2002-03 2002-03, ’05-06 2003-06 1989-92

GP 49 51 39 35 36 44 45 45 47 41 34 36 42 46 24 44 24 37 49 47

Rec 285 292 293 237 194 239 212 178 209 164 108 161 154 177 117 127 110 151 130 81

Yards 4,345 3,919 3,610 3,370 3,341 3,031 2,905 2,865 2,491 2,276 2,265 2,186 2,140 2,025 1,820 1,784 1,728 1,694 1,674 1,614

YPR 15.2 13.4 12.3 14.2 17.2 12.7 13.7 16.1 11.9 13.9 21.0 13.6 13.9 11.4 15.6 14.0 15.7 11.2 12.9 20.0

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TD 26 35 41 36 32 29 14 20 22 19 22 17 15 18 12 12 14 9 12 13

RPG 5.8 5.7 7.5 6.7 5.4 5.4 4.7 3.9 4.4 4.0 3.2 4.1 3.7 3.8 4.9 2.9 4.6 4.1 2.7 1.7

YPG 88.7 76.8 92.5 96.2 92.8 68.9 64.6 63.7 53.0 55.5 66.6 60.7 51.0 44.0 75.8 40.5 72.0 45.8 34.2 34.3

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RECORDS

ALL-PURPOSE

YEARLY LEADERS Year 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 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 2010 2011 2012

INDIVIDUAL Attempts Season: 245, Charles Tharp, 1997 (1,423 yards) Career: 731, Gary Allen, 1978-81 (4,558 yards) Yards Game: Season: Career:

342, Chad Owens vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 (93 pr, 249 kor) 1,958, Jeff Sydner, 1990 (390 rush, 820 rec, 483 pr, 265 kor) 5,461, Chad Owens, 2000-04 (62 rush, 1,031 rec, 1,014 pr, 1,354 kor)

Yards Per Game Season: 163.16, Jeff Sydner, 1990 (1958 in 12) Career (min. 20 Games): 124.1, Chad Owens, 2000-04 (5,461 in 44) 50-Yard Rushes (All-Purpose) Career: 10, Gary Allen, 1978-81

TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES MOST ALLPURPOSE YARDS  SINGLE GAME 342 Chad Owens vs. BYU, 2001 (93 pr, 249 kor) 327 Alex Green at New Mexico State, 2010 (327 rush) 308 Jason Rivers vs. Arizona State, 2006 (308 rec) 301 Chad Owens vs. Michigan State, 2004 (283 rec, 18 pr) 299 Jeff Sydner at San Diego State, 1990 (53 rush, 124 rec, 8 pr, 114 kor) 285 Ashley Lelie vs. Air Force, 2001 (285 rec) 283 Jeff Sydner vs. BYU, 1990 (34 rush, 143 rec, 5 pr, 101 kor) 276 Chad Owens vs. Northwestern, 2004 (155 rec, 104 pr, 17 kor) 272 Jeff Sydner vs. Maine, 1990 (62 rush, 87 rec, 111 pr, 12 kor) 270 Rusty Holt vs. Occidental, 1927 (90 rush, 25 kor, 120 pr, 35 int) MOST ALLPURPOSE YARDS  SINGLE SEASON 1,958 Jeff Sydner, 1990 (390 rush, 820 rec, 483 pr, 265 kor) 1,887 Greg Salas, 2010 (1889 rec, -2 pr) 1,866 Chad Owens, 2004 (1290 rec, 531 pr, 45 kor) 1,827 Nate Ilaoa, 2006 (990 rush, 837 rec) 1,713 Ashley Lelie, 2001 (1713 rec) 1,647 Greg Salas, 2009 (1590 rec, 57 pr) 1,562 Alex Green, 2010 (1,199 rec, 363 rec) 1,502 Travis Sims, 1992 (1498 rush, 4 rec) 1,449 Gary Allen, 1981 (1006 rush, 376 rec, 76 pr) 1,441 Davone Bess, 2007 (1266 rec, 175 pr)

Player Jim Schultz Emory Holmes Bobby Ahu Larry Sherrer Larry Sherrer Albert Holmes Allen Brown Arnold Morgado Norris Birdsong Wilbert Haslip Gerald Green Gary Allen Gary Allen Gary Allen Gary Allen Anthony Edgar Walter Murray Walter Murray Nuu Faaola Danny Crowell Heikoti Fakava Larry Khan-Smith Jamal Farmer Jeff Sydner Jeff Sydner Travis Sims Brian Gordon Matt Harding Matt Harding Carlos Shaw Charles Tharp Wesley Morris Dwight Carter Ashley Lelie Ashley Lelie Justin Colbert Chad Owens Chad Owens Ryan Grice-Mullen Nate Ilaoa Davone Bess Malcolm Lane Greg Salas Greg Salas Mike Edwards Mike Edwards

Rush 0 714 531 742 1,129 1,146 78 436 731 730 548 521 1,040 884 1,006 900 8 61 1,064 724 792 39 986 390 296 1,498 543 24 1 394 796 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 18 990 0 0 0 0 0 18

Rec 956 52 87 104 97 27 735 143 76 21 266 51 220 257 367 120 773 625 179 336 186 119 152 820 421 4 419 166 89 134 435 692 1,253 1,023 1,713 1,302 1,134 1,290 1,228 837 1,266 613 1,590 1,889 0 0

PR 0 0 262 0 24 0 0 0 0 0 123 10 0 0 76 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 483 144 0 0 69 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 136 531 0 0 175 0 57 -2 19 0

KOR 0 466 541 191 37 0 0 208 85 0 0 126 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 852 0 265 495 0 169 633 673 129 192 476 0 0 0 0 25 45 0 0 0 635 0 0 1,086 1,215

Yards 956 1,232 1,421 1,017 1,287 1,173 813 787 892 751 977 698 1,260 1,141 1,449 1,020 798 686 1,243 1,060 978 1,010 1,138 1,958 1,356 1,502 1,131 892 774 657 1,423 1,168 1,253 1,023 1,713 1,309 1,301 1,866 1,246 1,827 1,441 1,248 1,647 1,887 1,105 1,233

CAREER ALL-PURPOSE YARDS LEADERS No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 90

Player Years Chad Owens 2001-04 Gary Allen 1978-81 Greg Salas 2007-10 Jeff Sydner 1989-91 Jason Rivers 2003-04, ‘06-’07 Davone Bess 2005-07 Nate Ilaoa 2002-03, ‘05-’06 Kealoha Pilares 2007-10 Ryan Grice-Mullen 2005-07 Ashley Lelie 1998-2001 Walter Murray 1982-85 Ross Dickerson 2003-06 Darrick Branch 1989-92 Justin Colbert 1999-2002 Matt Harding 1992-95 Dane McArthur 1987-90 David Toloumu 1978-81 Larry Sherrer 1969-71 Michael Carter 1990-93 Heikoti Fakava 1985-88

GP 44 43 49 35 51 39 37 47 35 36 45 49 47 45 48 44 43 26 46 47

Rush 62 3,451 0 864 0 6 1,689 701 0 0 102 38 -14 -1 147 962 1,510 2,174 2,528 2,111

Rec PR 3,031 1,014 895 86 4,345 55 1,317 895 3,919 0 3,610 261 1,694 0 2,491 31 3,370 0 3,341 0 2,865 0 1,674 0 1,614 390 2,905 7 712 136 1,784 0 262 57 305 24 16 0 408 0

KOR 1,354 126 0 1,061 0 0 0 156 0 0 172 1,421 1,105 88 1,911 84 994 268 0 0

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Net 5,461 4,558 4,400 4,137 3,919 3,877 3,383 3,379 3,370 3,341 3,139 3,133 3,095 2,999 2,906 2,830 2,823 2,771 2,544 2,519

YPG 124.1 106.0 89.8 118.2 76.8 99.4 91.4 71.9 96.2 92.8 69.7 63.9 65.8 66.6 60.5 64.3 65.7 106.6 55.3 54.2

JEFF SYDNER

2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I WAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL


RECORDS

PUNTING

YEARLY LEADERS

INDIVIDUAL

TEAM

Attempts Game: 21, Rusty Holt vs. Occidental, Nov. 24, 1927 Season: 82, Chad Shrout, 1998 (3,173 yards) Career: 263, Chad Shrout, 1995, ’97-99

Attempts Game: 21 vs. Occidental, Nov. 24, 1927 Season: 7.2, 1968 (65 in 9)

Yards Game:

Average Game: (min. 5)

Season: Career:

815, John Morse vs. Colorado, Jan. 1, 1925 (16 punts) 3,173 Chad Shrout, 1998 (82 punts) 10,849, Chad Shrout, 1995, ’97-99

Fewest Attempts Per Game Season: 1.2, 2006 (17 in 14)

Season:

53.8 vs. Tulane, Dec. 25, 2002 (5 for 269) 43.58, 1992 (50 for 2,179 yards)

Net Average Season: 40.38, 1977 (63 for 2,623 yards, 79 yards returned)

Average Per Attempt Game: (min. 5) 53.8, Mat McBriar vs. Tulane, Dec. 25, 2002 (5 for 269) Season: (min. 30) 46.2, Alex Dunnachie, 2012 (49 for 2,262) Career: (min. 75) 43.5, Jason Elam, 198892 (84 for 3,655) Lowest Average Allowed On Returns Season: (min. 30) 1.7, Alex Dunnachie, 2009 (15 yards, 9 returns) Career: (min. 75) 2.6, Jim Asmus, 1979-80 (75 yards, 29 returns) Longest Punt 80, John Morse vs. Colorado State, Jan. 1, 1925

MAT MCBRIAR

CAREER PUNTING LEADERS No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Jason Elam Mat McBriar Alex Dunnachie John Morse Chad Shrout Stephen Wilson Greg Cummins Tom McCarthy Winston Haynes Tim Grasso Eric Hannum Jim Asmus Kyle Ah Loo Paul Dombrosky Bob Lueke Frank Natividad Kurt Milne Ben Ma‘afala John Masters Bob Leahy

Years 1988-92 2000-02 2009-12 1922-25 1995, ’97-99 1993-94 1977-78 1983-84 1990-91 2007-08 1996-2000 1979-80 1986-89 1976 1972-73 1981-82 2003-06 1985 1971-74 1970-72

No 84 131 199 101 263 109 124 116 80 103 77 119 206 76 63 123 175 60 147 60

Yds 3,655 5,531 8,364 4,234 10,849 4,462 5,042 4,710 3,217 4,140 3,073 4,676 8,091 2,967 2,451 4,768 6,780 2,298 5,510 2,248

Avg 43.51 42.22 42.03 41.92 41.25 40.80 40.66 40.60 40.21 40.19 39.91 39.29 39.27 39.04 38.90 38.76 38.74 38.30 37.48 37.46

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Lg 78 73 73 80 78 68 73 74 54 56 70 56 64 53 66 57 55 62 71 61

Year 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 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 2010 2011 2012

Player Dick Hough Rich Leon John Reardon Bob Leahy Eddie Davis John Masters Bob Lueke John Masters Jim Lyons Paul Dombroski Greg Cummins Greg Cummins Jim Asmus Jim Asmus Frank Natividad Frank Natividad Tom McCarthy Tom McCarthy Ben Ma‘afala Kyle Ah Loo Kyle Ah Loo Kyle Ah Loo Kyle Ah Loo Winston Haynes Winston Haynes Jason Elam Stephen Wilson Stephen Wilson Chad Shrout Eric Hannum Chad Shrout Chad Shrout Chad Shrout Mat McBriar Mat McBriar Mat McBriar Kurt Milne Kurt Milne Kurt Milne Kurt Milne Tim Grasso Tim Grasso Alex Dunnachie Alex Dunnachie Alex Dunnachie Alex Dunnachie

NO 47 64 52 57 28 62 63 72 57 76 63 61 58 61 65 58 61 55 60 61 61 48 36 44 42 49 46 63 51 77 68 82 62 43 40 48 63 54 41 17 35 68 42 52 56 49

YDS 1,594 2,351 1,759 2,124 958 2,310 2,451 2,786 2,129 2,967 2,623 2,419 2,303 2,373 2,491 2,277 2,494 2,216 2,298 2,301 2,304 1,954 1,537 1,570 1,647 2,179 1,976 2,476 1,968 3,073 3,133 3,173 2,575 1,647 1,736 2,148 2,501 2,154 1,479 646 1,390 2,750 1,647 2,234 2,221 2,262

AVG 33.9 36.7 33.8 37.3 34.2 37.3 38.9 38.7 37.4 39.0 41.6 39.7 39.7 38.9 38.3 39.3 40.9 46.3 38.3 37.7 37.8 40.7 42.7 35.7 39.2 44.5 43.0 39.3 38.6 39.9 46.1 41.2 41.5 38.3 43.4 44.8 39.7 39.9 36.1 38.0 39.7 40.4 39.2 43.0 39.7 46.2

LG 57 61 48 61 47 52 66 71 61 53 73 58 56 54 57 57 74 57 62 56 64 54 61 54 53 78 68 54 78 70 71 62 60 65 69 73 55 55 52 52 51 56 66 61 62 73

TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES LONGEST PUNTS 80 John Morse vs. Colorado State, 1925 78 Chad Shrout at Wyoming, 1995 78 Jason Elam at Air Force, 1992 74 Tom McCarthy vs. New Mexico, 1983 73 Alex Dunnachie vs. UNLV, 2012 73 Greg Cummins vs. Colorado State, 1977 73 Mat McBriar vs. Tulane, 2002 71 John Masters vs. Western Illinois, 1974 71 Chad Shrout at Colorado State, 1997 70 Rusty Holt vs. Santa Clara, 1928 70 Eric Hannum vs. Wisconsin, 1996

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RECORDS

SCORING INDIVIDUAL Points Game:

30, Heikoti Fakava vs. Yale, Oct. 3, 1987 (5 TDs); Chad Owens vs. Northwestern, Nov. 27, 2004 (5 TDs) 132, Chad Owens, 2004 (22 TDs) 395, Jason Elam, 1988-92 (79 FG, 158 PAT)

Season: Career:

Points Per Game Season: 10.5, Jamal Farmer, 1989 (116 in 11) Career: 10.4, Jeff Sydner, 1989-91 (303 in 29) Touchdowns Game:

Season: Career:

5, Heikoti Fakava vs. Yale, Oct. 3, 1987; Chad Owens vs. Northwestern, Nov. 27, 2004 22, Chad Owens, 2004 41, Davone Bess, 2005-07

Points Kicking Game: 15, Reinhold Stuprich vs. Brigham Young, Sept. 14, 1974 (5 FG); Lee Larsen vs. New Mexico, Oct. 17, 1981 (5 FG) Season: 122, Scott Enos, 2010 (17 FG, 71 PAT) Career: 395, Jason Elam, 1988-92 (79 FG, 158 PAT)

Consecutive PATs Made Season: 71, Scott Enos, 2010 Career: 105, Scott Enos, 2009-10 (Sept. 4, 2009 through Dec. 24, 2010) PATs Percentage Season: (min. 25 att.) 1.000, Scott Enos, 2010 (71 of 71) Career: (min. 50 att.) 1.000, Scott Enos, 2005-07 (105 of 105)

Consecutive Field Goals Made Season: 20, Jason Elam, 1989 Career: 20, Jason Elam, 1988-91

PATs Attempted Game: 10 vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001; at Fresno State, Oct. 14, 2006

Field Goals Made Per Game Season: 1.9, Richard Spelman, 1984 (21 in 11) Career: 1.54, Jason Elam, 1988-92 (79 in 51)

PATs Made Game:

Field Goals Attempted Game: 7, Reinhold Stuprich vs. Brigham Young, Sept. 14, 1974 (made 5) Season: 30, Curtis Goodman, 1977 (made 15) Career: 100, Jason Elam, 1988-92 (made 79)

PATs Attempted Game: 10, Justin Ayat vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 (made 9) Season: 74, Dan Kelly, 2007 (made 70) Career: 212, Dan Kelly, 2005-08 (made 200)

Longest Field Goal Made 56, Jason Elam vs. BYU, Sept. 26, 1992; Justin Ayat vs. Tulsa, Oct. 2, 2004

Season: Career:

DAN KELLY 92

Points By A Losing Opponent Game: 51 by Miami-Ohio (UH 52), Nov. 17, 2001 Points By Both Teams Game: 117 vs. Brigham Young (45) and UH (72), Dec. 8, 2001

Field-Goal Percentage Season: (min 10 att.) .909, Jason Elam, 1989 (20 of 22) Career: (min 40 att.) .790, Jason Elam, 1988-92 (79-100)

9, Justin Ayat vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 (att. 10); 9, Dan Kelly vs. Charleston Southern, Sept. 22, 2007 (att. 9); 9, Scott Enos vs. Charleston Southern, Sept. 25, 2010 (att. 9) 71, Scott Enos, 2010 (att. 71) 200, Dan Kelly, 2005-08 (att. 212)

Points In Two Consecutive Games Season: 131, 2006 (68-10 vs. Idaho, Oct. 28, and 63-10 at Utah State, Nov. 4)

Field Goals Made Game: 5, Reinhold Stuprich vs. Brigham Young, Sept. 14, 1974 (25-24-39-4423 yards); Lee Larsen vs. New Mexico, Oct. 17, 1981 (40-38-40-3432 yards) Season: 21, Richard Spelman, 1984 (29 att.) Career: 79, Jason Elam, 1988-92 (100 att.)

Points Kicking Per Game Season: 9.25, Justin Ayat, 2001 (111 in 12) Career: (min. 20 games) 7.76, Jason Elam, 1988-91 (303 in 39)

PATs Game:

Points Per Game Season: 46.9, 2006 (656 in 14)

TEAM Points Game: Season:

72 vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 (72-45) 656, 2006 (14 games)

Touchdowns Game: Season:

Season:

10 vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001; at Fresno State, Oct. 14, 2006 5.84, 2007 (76 in 13)

9 vs. Prairie View, Oct. 20, 1979; vs. Long Beach State, Sept. 9, 1989; vs. Utah, Oct. 23, 1989; vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001; vs. No. Colorado, Sept. 1, 2007; vs. Charleston Southern, Sept. 22, 2007; vs. Charleston Southern, Sept. 25, 2010 5.3, 2007 (70 in 13 games, att. 74)

Consecutive PATs Made Season: 71, 2010 2 Seasons: 105, 2009-10 Two-Point Conversions Made Per Game Season: 0.42, 1991 (5 in 12 games, att. 10) Field Goals Attempted Game: 7 vs. Brigham Young, Sept. 14, 1974 (made 5) Field Goals Made Game: 5 vs. Brigham Young, Sept. 14, 1974 (att. 7); vs. New Mexico, Oct. 17, 1981 (att. 6) Season: 1.9, 1984 (21 in 11, att. 29)

Points In A Loss Game: 48 vs. San Jose State (57), Oct. 28, 2000

RYAN GRICE-MULLEN

CARLTON OSWALT 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAW HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL


RECORDS

YEARLY LEADERS Year Player 1967 Jim Schultz 1968 McKinley Reynolds Ralph Kaspari 1969 Bill Massey 1970 Bill Massey 1971 Larry Sherrer 1972 Albert Holmes 1973 Reinhold Stuprich (K) 1974 Reinhold Stuprich (K) 1975 Curtis Goodman (K) 1976 Norris Birdsong 1977 Curtis Goodman (K) 1978 Peter Kim (K) 1979 Jim Asmus (K) 1980 Jim Asmus (K) 1981 Lee Larsen (K) 1982 Lee Larsen (K) 1983 Richard Spelman (K) 1984 Richard Spelman (K) 1985 Kerry Brady (K) 1986 Rod Valverde (K) 1987 Heikoti Fakava 1988 Jason Elam (K) 1989 Jamal Farmer 1990 Jeff Sydner 1991 Michael Carter 1992 Jason Elam (K) 1993 Michael Carter 1994 Carlton Oswalt (K) 1995 Glenn Freitas 1996 Carlton Oswalt (K) 1997 Eric Hannum (K) 1998 Chad Shrout (K) 1999 Eric Hannum (K) 2000 Ashley Lelie 2001 Ashley Lelie 2002 Justin Ayat (K) 2003 Justin Ayat (K) 2004 Chad Owens 2005 Davone Bess 2006 Nate Ilaoa 2007 Dan Kelly (K) 2008 Dan Kelly (K) 2009 Scott Enos (K) 2010 Scott Enos (K) 2011 Joey Iosefa Bryant Moniz Royce Pollard 2012 Tyler Hadden (K)

TD 7 8 8 11 9 16 12 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 17 0 19 12 16 0 12 0 12 0 0 0 0 11 19 0 0 22 14 18 0 0 0 0 8 8 8 0

XP 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 22 18 18 0 24 28 34 29 36 24 25 22 20 26 0 38 1 (2) 2 (2) 0 44 0 16 0 18 18 10 35 0 0 55 30 0 0 0 70 41 34 71 0 0 0 29

FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 9 10 0 15 4 13 13 12 12 12 21 16 13 0 19 0 0 0 16 0 17 0 7 15 7 11 0 0 15 14 0 0 0 12 10 12 17 0 0 0 13

CAREER SCORING LEADERS

Pts 44 48 48 66 56 96 72 67 45 48 42 69 40 73 68 72 60 61 85 68 71 102 95 116 76 96 92 72 37 72 39 63 31 68 66 114 100 72 132 84 108 106 71 70 122 48 48 48 68

TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES 50YARD FIELD GOALS 56 Jason Elam vs. BYU, 1992 56 Justin Ayat vs. Tulsa, 2004 55 Justin Ayat at Tulsa, 2001 55 Jason Elam vs. Wyoming, 1991 54 Dan Kelly vs. Utah State, 2007 53 Jason Elam vs. Colorado State, 1989 53 Jason Elam vs. UTEP, 1989 52 Richard Spelman vs. Wyoming, 1983 52 Richard Spelman vs. Utah, 1984 52 Dan Kelly vs. Purdue, 2006

51 51 50 50 50 50 50 50

Lee Larsen vs. UTEP, 1982 Bach Stabile vs. Air Force, 1994 Justin Ayat vs. UTEP, 2001 Justin Ayat at Fresno State, 2002 Eric Hannum at SMU, 1999 Peter Kim vs. San Jose State, 1978 Reinhold Stuprich vs. Santa Clara, 1973 Jason Elam at Utah, 1990

JASON ELAM

HEIKOTI FAKAVA

No Player Years GP TD XPK XPR/P FG 1. Jason Elam 1988-92 51 0 158-161 0-1 79-100 2. Justin Ayat 2001-04 53 0 191-209 0-0 59-89 3. Dan Kelly 2005-08 53 0 200-212 0-0 45-69 4. Davone Bess 2005-07 39 41 0-0 2-2 0-0 T5. Michael Carter 1990-93 45 38 0-0 0-5 0-0 T5. Chad Owens 2001-04 44 38 0-0 0-0 0-0 7. Ryan Grice-Mullen 2005-07 35 36 0-0 0-0 0-0 8. Jason Rivers 2003-04, ’06-07 51 35 0-0 0-0 0-0 9. Heikoti Fakava 1985-88 47 34 0-0 0-1 0-0 10. Jamal Farmer 1988-91 27 33 0-0 1-2 0-0 T11. Scott Enos 2009-10 27 0 105-105 0-0 29-40 T11. Ashley Lelie 1999-2001 36 32 0-0 0-0 0-0 13. Eric Hannum 1996-2000 49 0 81-90 0-0 36-59 14. Carlton Oswalt 1993-96 45 0 105-112 0-0 26-43 T15. Kealoha Pilares 2007-10 47 30 0-0 0-0 0-0 T15. Larry Sherrer 1969-71 26 30 0-0 0-0 0-0 17. Nate Ilaoa 2002-03, ’05-06 37 29 0-0 0-0 0-0 18. Rod Valverde 1985-87 36 1 68-72 0-0 29-41 19. Greg Salas 2007-10 49 26 0-0 0-0 0-0 T20. Richard Spelman 1982-84 24 0 48-50 0-0 34-49 T20. Gary Allen 1978-81 43 25 0-0 0-1 0-0 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL

PTS 395 368 335 250 228 228 216 210 204 200 192 192 189 183 180 180 174 161 156 150 150

PPG 7.7 6.9 6.3 6.4 5.2 5.2 6.1 4.1 4.3 7.5 7.1 5.3 3.9 4.1 3.8 6.0 4.7 4.5 3.2 6.2 3.5

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KICKOFF RETURNS INDIVIDUAL Returns Game: Season: Career:

YEARLY LEADERS

TEAM

10, Jason Ferguson at Fresno State, Nov. 12, 2004 (165 yards) 44, Mike Edwards, 2011 (1,086 yards) 86, Matt Harding, 1992-95 (1,911 yards)

Return Yards Game: 249, Chad Owens vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 (6 returns) Season: 1,215, Mike Edwards, 2011 (40 returns) Career: 2,301, Mike Edwards, 2011-12 (84 returns) Return Average Game: (min. 3) 50.3, Chad Owens vs. Air Force, Nov. 24, 2001 (3 for 151) Season: (min. 1.2/g) 33.6, Chad Owens, 2001 (24 for 807) Career (min. 30): 29.4, Chad Owens, 2000-04 (46 for 1,354)

Returns Game: Season:

12 vs. Boise State, Oct. 24, 2009 (237) 5.6, 1976 (62 in 11)

Fewest Returns Per Game Season: 2.1, 1981 (23 in 11) Return Yards 249 vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 Game: (6 returns) Season: 124.0, 2012 (1,488 in 12) Return Average Game: (min. 3) 50.3 vs. Air Force, Nov. 24, 2001 (3 returns, 151 yards) Season: 30.3, 2001 (39 for 1,180 yards)

Touchdown Returns Season: 3, Mike Edwards, 2012 Career: 3, Mike Edwards, 2012 90-Yard Returns Season: 3, Mike Edwards, 2012 Career: 3, Mike Edwards, 2012 Longest Return For A Touchdown 103, Tom Kaulukukui vs. UCLA, Nov. 15, 1935 Longest Non-Scoring Return 91, Malcolm Lane at New Mexico State, Nov. 8, 2008

CHAD OWENS

CAREER KICKOFF RETURN LEADERS No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

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Player Mike Edwards Matt Harding Larry Khan-Smith Malcolm Lane Ross Dickerson Chad Owens Jamal Garland Darrick Branch Jeff Sydner Jovonte Taylor Marcel Williams David Toloumu Ryan Mouton Dustin Blount John West Koldene Walsh Jason Ferguson Larry Robertson Gerald Lacey Emory Holmes

Years 2011-12 1992-95 1987-90 2006-08 2003-06 2001-04 1999-2000 1989-92 1989-91 2008-09 1984-87 1978-81 2007-08 2009-10 2002-03 1984-87 2004 1974-76 1993-96 1967-68

GP 25 48 41 38 49 44 22 47 35 16 42 43 24 15 27 45 23 22 28 19

No 84 86 70 55 59 46 56 46 46 46 43 39 38 32 34 35 33 40 31 27

Yds 2,301 1,911 1,658 1,452 1,421 1,354 1,268 1,105 1,061 1,052 1,008 994 928 771 748 717 698 685 622 618

Avg 27.4 22.2 23.7 26.4 24.1 29.4 22.6 23.5 23.1 22.9 23.4 25.5 24.4 24.1 22.0 20.5 21.2 17.1 20.1 22.9

TD RPG 3 3.4 1 1.8 1 1.7 2 1.4 2 1.2 2 1.0 0 2.5 2 1.0 0 1.3 0 2.9 0 1.1 0 0.9 2 1.6 0 2.1 0 1.3 0 0.8 0 1.4 0 1.8 0 1.2 0 1.4

Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 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 2010 2011 2012 YPG 92.0 34.4 40.4 38.2 29.0 30.8 57.6 23.5 30.3 65.8 24.6 23.1 38.7 51.8 27.7 15.9 30.3 31.1 22.2 32.5

Player Emory Holmes Bobby Ahu Larry Sherrer John Duckworth Golden Richards John Duckworth Larry Roberson Larry Jackson DeWayne Jett Burton Coloma O.J. Hamilton David Toloumu David Toloumu David Toloumu Kent Kafentzis Mike Akiu Marcel Williams Marcel Williams Koldene Walsh Marcel Williams Larry Khan-Smith Larry Khan-Smith Larry Khan-Smith Darrick Branch Darrick Branch Matt Harding Matt Harding Matt Harding Gerald Lacey Eleu Kane Wesley Morris Jamal Garland Jamal Garland Chad Owens Chad Owens John West Jason Ferguson Andre Taylor Ross Dickerson Malcolm Lane Malcolm Lane Jovonte Taylor Dustin Blount Mike Edwards Mike Edwards

NO 19 22 9 13 9 10 19 11 24 9 13 13 15 11 9 22 13 8 11 14 32 16 21 22 21 15 31 31 14 18 21 33 23 24 19 19 32 28 26 25 24 37 28 44 40

YDS 466 541 191 252 192 203 359 239 360 192 231 357 391 246 155 491 243 244 258 335 852 357 449 542 488 346 633 673 274 394 476 751 517 807 477 446 679 600 650 730 635 918 691 1,086 1,215

AVG 24.5 24.6 21.2 19.4 21.3 20.3 18.9 21.7 15.0 21.3 17.8 27.5 26.1 22.4 17.2 22.3 22.7 30.5 23.5 23.9 26.6 22.3 21.4 24.6 23.2 23.1 20.4 21.7 19.6 21.9 22.7 22.8 22.5 33.6 25.1 23.5 21.2 21.4 25.0 29.2 26.5 24.8 24.7 24.7 30.4

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

TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS 103 Tommy Kaulukukui vs. UCLA, 1935* 100 Mike Edwards vs. Boise State, 2012* 100 Mike Edwards vs. New Mexico, 2012* 100 Ross Dickerson vs. Appalachian St., 2003* 100 Ross Dickerson vs. Idaho, 2006* 100 Chad Owens vs. BYU, 2001* 100 Chad Owens vs. Air Force, 2001* 98 Darrick Branch vs. New Mexico, 1991* 97 Matthew Harding vs. Fresno St., 1992* 96 Sherwin Felleze vs. Arizona, 1951* 95 Mike Edwards vs. Lamar, 2012* 95 Skippy Dyer vs. So. Oregon, 1956* 94 Malcolm Lane vs. Northern Colorado, 2007* 91 Malcolm Lane at New Mexico State, 2008 * - denotes play resulted in touchdown Since 1941, official maximum length fixed at 100 yards.

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PUNT RETURNS INDIVIDUAL Returns Game: Season: Career:

YEARLY LEADERS TEAM

7, Charles Tharp vs. New Mexico, Oct. 24, 1998 (78 yards) 40, Jeff Sydner, 1990 (483 yards) 96, Dana McLemore, 197881 (847 yards)

Return Yards Game: 184, Bobby Ahu vs. Linfield, Nov. 15, 1969 (4 returns) Season: 531, Chad Owens, 2004 (36 returns) Career: 1,014, Chad Owens, 2001-04 (85 returns) Return Average Game: (min. 3) 46.0, Bobby Ahu vs. Linfield, Nov. 15, 1969 (4 for 184) Season: (min. 1.2/g) 15.4, Jeff Sydner, 1989 (19 for 293) Career: (min. 1.2/g) 15.6, Jamal Garland, 1999-2000 (49 for 359)

Returns Game: Season:

13 vs. Occidental, Nov. 24, 1927 4.6, 1968 (41 in 9)

Fewest Returns Per Game Season: 0.91, 2005 (11 in 12) Return Yards Game: 188 vs. Linfield, Nov. 15, 1969 (5 returns) Season: 42.8, 1990 (514 in 12) Return Average Game: (min. 5) 37.6 vs. Linfield, Nov. 15, 1969 (5 returns) Season: 14.0, 2004 (38 for 532 yards) Touchdown Returns 3 vs. Linfield, Nov. 15, 1969

Touchdown Returns Game: 3, Bobby Ahu vs. Linfield, Nov. 15, 1969 (4 for 184) Season: 5, Chad Owens, 2004 Career: 6, Chad Owens, 2001-04 50-Yard Returns Season: 5, Chad Owens, 2001-04 Career: 6, Chad Owens, 2001-04 Longest Return For A Touchdown 85, Gerald Green vs. Arizona, Dec. 3, 1977 Longest Non-Scoring Return 63, Dusky Brash vs. Oregon State, Jan. 1, 1924

BOBBY AHU

CAREER PUNT RETURN LEADERS No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. T6. T6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Chad Owens Jeff Sydner Dana McLemore Marco Johnson Eddie Klaneski Clifton Herbert Lonnie Williams Scott Harding Darrick Branch Jamal Garland Dale Bunn Eddie Fernandez* Bobby Ahu Davone Bess Walter Briggs Vincent Sides Vernon Gearring Roger Weatherby Gerald Green Harold Stringert

Years 2001-04 1989-91 1978-81 1983-87 1994-97 2000-03 1967-68 20111989-92 1999-2000 1975 1924-27 1969 2005-07 1987-89 1981-85 1979-83 1970-71 1976-77 1972-73

GP 44 35 41 31 44 38 19 24 47 21 11 10 10 39 31 32 38 22 22 22

No 85 77 96 75 61 57 47 42 36 49 26 36 23 25 34 40 29 18 27 22

Yds 1,014 920 847 698 579 512 512 446 394 359 323 310 262 261 252 229 222 208 170 157

Avg 11.9 11.9 8.8 9.3 9.4 9.0 10.9 10.4 10.9 7.3 8.9 8.6 11.4 10.4 7.4 5.7 7.6 11.6 6.3 7.1

TD 6 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 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 2010 2011 2012 RPG 1.9 2.2 2.3 2.1 1.3 1.5 2.5 1.8 0.7 2.5 2.4 3.6 2.3 0.6 1.1 1.2 0.8 0.8 1.2 1.0

Player Lon Williams Bobby Ahu Roger Weatherby John Duckworth Golden Richards Harold Stringert Ed Gilliam Dale Bunn Gerald Green Gerald Green O.J. Hamilton Dana McLemore Dana McLemore Dana McLemore Vernon Gearring Marco Johnson Vincent Sides Marco Johnson Marco Johnson Marco Johnson Walter Briggs Jeff Sydner Jeff Sydner Jeff Sydner Matt Harding Zac Odom Matt Harding Eddie Klaneski Eddie Klaneski Eddie Klaneski Charles Tharp Jamal Garland Feiamma Armstrong Chad Owens Chad Owens Clifton Herbert Chad Owens Andre Taylor Myron Newberry Davone Bess Aaron Bain Ryan Henry Ryan Henry Scott Harding Scott Harding

YPG 23.0 26.3 20.7 22.5 13.1 13.5 26.9 18.2 8.3 18.0 21.1 31.0 26.2 6.6 8.1 7.2 5.8 9.5 7.7 7.1

NO 39 23 18 6 13 21 6 26 13 14 8 32 27 31 21 14 21 10 28 18 23 19 40 18 1 19 2 9 18 34 17 38 12 18 17 30 36 5 22 18 8 18 9 19 23

YDS 381 262 208 26 78 157 30 232 47 123 80 327 237 261 174 170 150 124 290 100 204 293 483 144 44 128 69 55 165 359 153 282 132 216 131 271 531 37 130 175 41 93 48 141 295

AVG 9.8 11.4 11.6 4.3 6.0 7.5 5.0 8.9 3.6 8.8 10.0 10.2 8.8 8.4 8.3 10.0 7.1 12.4 10.4 5.6 8.9 15.4 12.1 8.0 44.0 6.7 34.5 6.1 9.2 10.6 9.0 7.4 11.0 12.0 7.7 9.0 14.8 7.4 5.9 9.7 5.1 5.2 5.3 7.4 12.8

TD 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES LONGEST PUNT RETURNS 85 Gerald Green vs. Arizona, 1977* 82 Jeff Sydner vs. Maine, 1990* 80 Michael Washington vs. No. Colorado, 2007* 80 Jerry Strothers vs. Lewis & Clark, 1956* 79 Jeff Sydner vs. Long Beach State, 1989* 76 Chad Owens vs. Northwestern, 2004* 75 Chad Owens vs. Nevada, 2004* 74 Chad Owens vs. BYU, 2001* 71 Chad Owens vs. San Jose State, 2004* 69 Scott Harding vs. UNLV, 2012* 69 Dana McLemore vs. New Mexico, 1979* 66 Bobby Ahu vs. Linfield, 1968* 63 Dusky Brash vs. Oregon State, 1924 * - denotes play resulted in touchdown

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DEFENSE INDIVIDUAL Total Tackles Game: 23, Eddie Klaneski at Fresno State, Sept. 28, 1996 Season: 169, Jeff Ulbrich, 1999 Career: 434, Solomon Elimimian, 2005-08 Unassisted Tackles Game: 16, Bryan Addison vs. Pittsburgh, Dec. 5, 1992 Season: 89, Pisa Tinoisamoa, 2002 Career: 239, Solomon Elimimian, 2005-08 Assisted Tackles Game: 18, Jeff Ulbrich vs. Navy, Nov. 20, 1999 Season: 127, Jeff Ulbrich, 1999 Career: 195, Solomon Elimimian, 2005-08 Forced Fumbles Game: 2, by many (last by Marrell Jackson at Colorado State, Oct. 27, 2012) Season: 6, Al Noga, l986 Career: 15, Al Noga, 1984-87 Fumbles Recovered Game: 3, Dee Miller vs. Fresno State, Nov. 13, 1999 Season: 5, Dave Dworsky, 1969; Cliff LaBoy, 1975; John Woodcock, 1975 Career: 10, Cliff LaBoy, 1973-75 Tackles For Loss Game: 5, Falaniko Noga vs. New Mexico, Oct. 18, 1980 (47 yards); Mark Odom at Colorado State, Sept. 10, 1988 (9 yards); Pisa Tinoisamoa vs. Montana, Sept. 8, 2001 (21 yards); Houston Ala vs. Alabama, Nov. 30, 2002 (13 yards); Travis LaBoy vs. San Diego State, Dec. 7, 2002 (19 yards); Art Laurel vs. South Alabama, Dec. 1, 2012 (32 yards) Season: 31, Al Noga, 1986 (136 yards) Career: 70, Al Noga, 1984-87 Sacks Game: Season: Career:

4, Mark Odom vs. Brigham Young, Oct. 28, 1989 17, Al Noga, 1986 36, Mark Odom, 1987-90

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Pass Deflections Game: 5, Kelvin Millhouse vs. San Jose State, Nov. 3, 2001 Season: 18, Kelvin Millhouse, 2001 Career: 46, Kelvin Millhouse, 2001-03 Blocked Kicks Game: 2, Falaniko Noga vs. New Mexico, Oct. 18, 1980 (1 FG, 1 PAT); Matt Harding vs. San Diego State, Oct. 9, 1993 (2 FG); Matt Harding vs. UTEP, Oct. 1, 1994 (1 punt, 1 FG); Sean Butts vs. Boise State, Nov. 10, 2001 (1 FG, 1 PAT); Robert Grant at SMU, Oct. 6, 2001 (2 punts) Season: 6, Mike Akiu, 1982 (4 FG, 1 PAT, 1 punt) Career: 12, Matt Harding, 1992-95 (6 punt, 5 FG, 1 PAT)

Lowest Average Yards Allowed Per Attempt Season: 2.3, 1967 (453 for 1043)

PASSING Fewest Attempts Allowed Game: 0, Air Force, Nov. 16, 2012 Fewest Completions Allowed Game: 0, Air Force, Nov. 16, 2012 (att. 0) Fewest Yards Allowed Game: 0, Air Force, Nov. 16, 2012 (att. 0) Season: 104.0, 1967 (1,040 in 10 games) Fewest Yards Allowed Per Attempt Season: 5.1, 1967 (205 for 1040) Fewest Yards Allowed Per Completion Season: 10.5, 1986 (178 for 1873)

TEAM TOTAL OFFENSE Fewest Plays Allowed Game: 43, Oregon State, Dec. 2, 2006 (31 rush, 13 pass) Season: 65.8, 1967 (658 in 10 games)

Lowest Completion Percentage Allowed Season: .371, 1974 (78 of 210) Fewest Touchdowns Allowed By Passing Season: 3, 1973

Fewest Yards Allowed Game: 35, Cal State-LA, Oct. 9, 1971 (-6 rush, 41 pass) Season: 2,083, 1967 (2,083 yards on 658 plays)

Sacks Game:

Most Yards Allowed Game: 775, Nevada, Dec. 17, 1948 (447 rush, 316 pass)

KICKING

Fewest Rushing, Passing Touchdowns Allowed Per Game Season: 1.4, 1973 (15 in 11 games)

RUSHING Fewest Rushes Allowed Game: 17, Central Florida, Oct. 21, 1995 (11 yards) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Game: (-55), Brigham Young, Oct. 28, 1989 Season: 96.0, 1989 (1,152 in 12) Most Yards Lost By Opponents Per Game Season: 49.7, 1967 (497 in 10 games on 453 rushes)

M.L. JOHNSON

Season:

10, Brigham Young, Oct. 28, 1989; vs. Idaho, Nov. 20, 2004 46, 2003 (46 sacks for a loss of 303 yards)

Blocked Kicks Game: 2 vs. New Mexico, Oct. 18, 1980 (FG, XPA); vs. Brigham Young, Nov. 22, 1984 (2 punts); San Diego State, Oct. 9, 1993 (2 FG); UTEP, Oct. 1, 1995 (1 punt, 1 FG); at SMU, Oct. 6, 2001 (2 punts); vs. Boise State, Nov. 10, 2001 (1 PAT, 1 FG) Season: 8, 1980 (3 FG, 3 P, 2 XP); 1982 (4 FG, 3 P, 1 XP) Most Blocked Punts Season: 3, 1978 (11 games, 46 punts); 1979 (11 games, 72 punts); 1980 (11 games, 64 punts); 1981 (11 games, 76 punts); 1982 (11 games, 63 punts); 1984 (11 games, 58 punts); 2011 (13 games, 62 punts)

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YEARLY LEADERS

Lowest Punt-Return Average Allowed Season: 1.7, 2009 (9 for 15 yards) Lowest Kickoff-Return Average Allowed Season: 14.0, 1967 (41 for 575 yards) Most Opponent Fumbles Recovered Season: 32, 1974

SCORING Fewest Points Allowed Per Game Season: 11.81, 1981 (130 in 11) Most Points Scored By The Defense Season: 32, 2002 (5 TDs, 1 safety); 2007 (5 TDs, 1 safety) Most Touchdowns Scored By The Defense Season: 5, 1980; 1999; 2002; 2007; 2010

CAREER TACKLES LEADERS No 1. 2. 3. 4. T5. T5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Years Solomon Elimimian 2005-08 Levi Stanley 1969-73 David Dworsky 1969-71 Steve Lehor 1979-82 Adam Leonard 2005-08 Nate Jackson 1998-2001 Corey Paredes 2008-11 Tadius Jefferson 1983-86 Hyrum Peters 2000-03 Leonard Peters 2000-06 Mark Odom 1987-90 Pisa Tinoisamoa 2000-02 Randy Ingraham 1970-71 Chris Brown 1999-2002 Al Noga 1984-87 Jacob Espiau 1999-2001 Eddie Klaneski 1994-97 Abraham Elimimian 2001-04 John Woodcock 1974-75 Falaniko Noga 1980-83

UA 239 199 169 169 168 183 179 183 215 180 185 206 137 164 169 160 160 189 149 168

AST TOT 195 434 167 366 179 348 157 326 148 316 133 316 136 315 115 298 81 296 110 290 104 289 79 285 129 266 98 262 92 261 89 249 85 245 55 244 93 242 72 240

LEVI STANLEY

CAREER SACKS LEADERS No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. T11. T11. T13. T13. T13.

Player Mark Odom Al Noga Melila Purcell Pete Noga David Veikune Paipai Falemalu Alvis Satele Pisa Tinoisamoa Falaniko Noga Travis LaBoy Colin Scotts Herman Talley Andrew Moody George Noga Junior Tagoai

Years 1987-90 1984-87 2003-06 1983, ’85-86 2006-08 2009-12 1981-84 2000-02 1980-83 2001-03 1983-85 1989, ’91 1978-81 1993-95 1991-92

SK 36 33 20 19 18 16.5 16 15.5 15 14 13 13 12 12 12

AL NOGA

Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 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 2010 2011 2012

Player UA Tim Buchanan 69 David Dworsky 62 Randy Ingraham 73 David Dworsky 54 Levi Stanley 63 Levi Stanley 77 John Woodcock 77 John Woodcock 72 John Annillo 45 Tom Murphy 47 Scott Voeller 81 Steve Lehor 62 Steve Lehor 50 Doug Kyle 59 Carl Kenneybrew 73 Rich Miano 64 Rich Miano 62 Thad Jefferson 81 Al Noga 64 William Bell 64 Walter Briggs 67 Joaquin Barnett 70 Terry Whitaker 52 Tony Pang-Kee 66 Bryan Addison 58 Junior Faavae 42 Junior Faavae 76 Clint Kuboyama 62 Eddie Klaneski 79 Eddie Klaneski 78 Anthony Smith 66 Jeff Ulbrich 42 Jacob Espiau 79 Chris Brown 84 Pisa Tinoisamoa 89 Ikaika Curnan 71 Leonard Peters 77 Kila Kamakawiwo‘ole 48 Adam Leonard 62 Solomon Elimimian 68 Solomon Elimimian 64 Blaze Soares 58 Corey Paredes 83 Corey Paredes 58 Paipai Falemalu 37 Marrell Jackson 40

AST 98 67 72 72 50 63 49 44 24 97 41 55 65 32 40 19 48 48 26 19 45 30 50 21 35 30 20 25 35 50 37 127 47 40 40 50 43 36 52 73 57 49 68 49 19 16

TOT 148 129 145 126 113 140 126 116 69 144 122 117 115 91 113 83 110 129 90 83 112 100 102 87 93 72 96 87 114 128 103 169 126 124 129 121 120 84 114 141 121 107 151 107 56 56

* complete statistics for this era not available

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INTERCEPTIONS

YEARLY LEADERS Year Player NO

INDIVIDUAL Interceptions Game: 3, Joe Kaulukukui vs. San Jose State, Dec. 3, 1938 (107 yards); Gene Tokuhama vs. Fresno State, Sept. 17, 1966; Hal Stringert vs. Washington, Sept. 15, 1973 (29 yards); Tony Pang-Kee vs. Cal State Fullerton, Oct. 20, 1990 (45 yards); Kenny Harper vs. Brigham Young, Dec. 1, 1990 (20 yards); Abraham Elimimian at UTEP, Oct. 15, 2004 (30 yards) Season: 9, Walter Briggs, 1989 (116 yards) Career: 14, Mana Silva, 2008-10 (143 yards) Interception Return Yards Game: 107, Joe Kaulukukui vs. San Jose State, Dec. 3, 1938 (3 int.) Season: 176, Hyrum Peters, 2002 Career: 241, Quincy LeJay, 1998-99 (9 int.) MANA SILVA

Most Interceptions Returned for Touchdowns Season: 3, Quincy LeJay, 1999; Hyrum Peters, 2002 Career: 3, Quincy LeJay, 1998-99; Hyrum Peters, 2000-03 Longest Scoring Interception Return 99, Richard Torres at Washington, Sept. 10, 2011; Paul David vs. UNLV, Oct. 25, 1969 Longest Non-Scoring Interception Return 68, Kelvin Millhouse vs. Air Force, Nov. 24, 2001

TEAM Interceptions Game: 9, San Jose State, Nov. 3, 1938 Season: 26, 1970 Interceptions Per Game Season: 2.4, 1970 (26 in 11) Interception Percentage Season: .100, 1975 (21 of 208 attempts) Interception-Return Yardage Season: 421, 2007 (20 interceptions) Interception-Return Yards Per Game Season: 32.3, 2007 (421 in 13) Interception-Return Average Season: 26.9, 2001 (14 for 377) Interceptions Returned For A TD Season: 5, 2007

KELVIN MILLHOUSE, JR.

TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS 99 Richard Torres at Washington*, 2011 99 Paul David vs. UNLV, 1969* 92 Jeris White vs. UCSB, 1971* 91 Robert Lan vs. Air Force, 1988* (intercepted fumble) 91 Ryan Mouton at New Mexico State, 2008* 90 Matt Wright vs. UTEP, 2001* 90 Joe Kaulukukui vs. San Jose State, 1938* 79 Stephen Gonzales vs. BYU, 1996* 76 Myron Newberry vs. Idaho, 2007* 75 Bill Wise vs. Occidental, 1925* 74 Nolan George vs. Lewis & Clark, 1957* 73 Gary Ellison at UNLV, 1995* 68 Kelvin Millhouse vs. Air Force, 2001 68 Albert Lee vs. San Jose State, 1938

1968 Steve Rodriguez 1969 Mike Bengston 1970 Steve Adler George Lumpkin 1971 Jeris White 1972 Harold Stringert 1973 Harold Stringert 1974 Ken Shibata 1975 Mike Perkins 1976 John Annillo 1977 Keoni Jardine 1978 Junior Talaesea 1979 Keoni Jardine 1980 Lyndell Jones 1981 Dana McLemore 1982 Steve Lehor 1983 Rich Miano Kurt Kafentzis 1984 Kent Kafentzis Kurt Kafentzis 1985 Kent Kafentzis Kyle Kafentzis 1986 Kyle Kafentzis 1987 William Bell Leon Austin 1988 Mike Tresler 1989 Walter Briggs 1990 Tony Pang-Kee 1991 Zac Odom 1992 Bryan Addison 1993 Lindsey Yowell 1994 Jason Ross 1995 Clint Kuboyama 1996 Eddie Klaneski 1997 Eddie Klaneski Chris Shinnick 1998 Quincy LeJay 1999 Quincy LeJay 2000 Nate Jackson 2001 Kelvin Millhouse, Jr. 2002 Hyrum Peters Kelvin Millhouse, Jr. 2003 Kelvin Millhouse, Jr. Abraham Elimimian 2004 Abraham Elimimian 2005 Turmarian Moreland 2006 Gerard Lewis Leonard Peters 2007 Adam Leonard Myron Newberry 2008 Keao Monteilh 2009 Mana Silva 2010 Mana Silva 2011 Richard Torres Aaron Brown John Hardy-Tuliau 2012 John Hardy-Tuliau

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

YDS 20 116 102 91 141 47 70 49 43 27 40 64 68 53 106 5 13 1 47 4 64 3 39 97 33 47 116 67 37 50 1 38 0 72 0 14 90 151 57 111 176 17 28 17 30 36 33 101 117 98 36 28 60 150 17 7 52

AVG 6.7 29.0 17.0 15.2 23.5 9.4 11.7 7.0 10.8 9.0 8.0 21.3 13.6 10.6 26.5 1.3 4.3 0.3 11.8 1.0 16.0 0.8 9.8 32.3 11.0 11.8 12.9 11.2 18.5 12.5 0.5 9.5 0.0 14.4 0.0 7.0 45.0 21.6 8.1 22.2 44.0 4.2 7.0 4.2 6.0 9.0 11.0 33.7 29.2 24.5 7.2 4.7 7.5 50.0 5.7 2.5 17.3

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

CAREER INTERCEPTIONS LEADERS No 1. T2. T2. 4. T5. T5. T5. 8. T9. T9. T9. T9.

Player Years Mana Silva 2008-10 Keoni Jardine 1977-80 Kelvin Millhouse, Jr. 2001-03 Abraham Elimimian 2001-04 Walter Briggs 1986-89 Kurt Kafentzis 1981-84 Harold Stringert 1972-73 Kent Kafentzis 1981-82, ’84-85 Lyndell Jones 1979-80 Quincy LeJay 1998-99 Ken Shibata 1973-74 Jeris White 1970-73

INT 14 13 13 12 11 11 11 10 9 9 9 9

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MISCELLANEOUS/ATTENDANCE Victories In A Season 12, 2007 (13 games) Victories In Two Consecutive Seasons 23, 2006 and ’07 Consecutive Victories Season: 12, 2007 2 Seasons: 13, 2006-07 (Dec. 24, 2006 vs. Arizona State through Dec. 1, 2007 vs. Washington) Consecutive Home Victories Season: 9, 1989 (Sept. 2-Tulane through Nov. 25-Oregon State) 2 Seasons: 11, 1988-89 (Nov. 26, 1988-Air Force through Nov. 25, 1989-Oregon State) Consecutive Losses 19, beginning Oct. 18, 1997 (Brigham Young) through Sept. 4, 1999 (USC) Consecutive Home Losses 13, beginning Oct. 25, 1997 through Sept. 4, 1999 Consecutive Road Losses 15, beginning Oct. 14, 1995 (at New Mexico) through Nov. 14, 1998 (at Fresno State) Consecutive Winning Seasons 9, 1967 through 1975 Consecutive Losing Seasons 5, 1994 through 1998 Consecutive Games Without A Tie 166 from Sept. 20, 1969 (16-16 New Mexico Highlands) through Oct. 1, 1983 (27-27 San Diego State) Total Shutouts Posted By UH: 31 Total Shutouts Posted By Opponents: 39

Largest Home Crowd 50,089 vs. Brigham Young, Oct. 22, 1988 (Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, O‘ahu) Largest Road Crowd 92,138 at Alabama, Sept. 2, 2006 (Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, Ala.) Largest Neutral Site Crowd 74,383 vs. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2008 (Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, La.; Allstate Sugar Bowl) Most Home Games Drawing More Than 40,000 In A Season 9 in 1984 (9 games); 1989 (10 games) Most Sellouts In A Season (Aloha Stadium) 2 in 1981, 1982, 1986 (8 games); 1984, 1988 (9 games); 2007 (7 games) Largest Home Total Season Attendance 1. 445,348 1989 (44,535 avg. for 10 games) 2. 411,884 1984 (45,765 avg. for 9 games) 3. 401,864 1988 (44,652 avg. for 9 games) 4. 385,556 1987 (42,839 avg. for 9 games) 5. 359,242 1986 (44,905 avg. for 8 games) 6. 359,042 1985 (44,880 avg. for 8 games) 7. 348,095 1999 (38,677 avg. for 9 games) 8. 342,852 1980 (42,857 avg. for 8 games) 9. 340,261 1981 (42,533 avg. for 8 games) 10. 339,138 1983 (42,392 avg. for 8 games) 11. 336,183 1982 (42,023 avg. for 8 games) 12. 334,364 1979 (37,152 avg. for 9 games) 13. 331,041 1990 (41,380 avg. for 8 games) 14. 328,081 2008 (41,010 avg. for 8 games) 15. 327,295 1978 (36,366 avg. for 9 games) Largest Home Average Season Attendance 1. 45,765 1984 (411,884 in 9 games) 2. 44,905 1986 (359,242 in 8 games) 3. 44,880 1985 (359,042 in 8 games) 4. 42,839 1987 (385,556 in 9 games) 5. 44,652 1988 (401,864 in 9 games) 6. 44,535 1989 (445,348 in 10 games) 7. 44,432 1992 (311,022 in 7 games) 8. 43,514 2007 (304,600 in 7 games)

9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

43,450 42,857 42,533 42,392 42,023 41,380 41,308

1991 1980 1981 1983 1982 1990 2003

(304,148 in 7 games) (342,852 in 8 games) (340,261 in 8 games) (339,138 in 8 games) (336,183 in 8 games) (331,041 in 8 games) (289,155 in 7 games)

Largest Home Crowds* 1. 50,089 Brigham Young, Oct. 22, 1988 2. 50,000 Brigham Young, Sept. 22, 1984 50,000 Iowa, Dec. 1, 1984 50,000 Air Force, Nov. 23, 1985 50,000 Brigham Young, Nov. 8, 1986 50,000 Michigan, Dec. 6, 1986 50,000 Brigham Young, Oct. 24, 1987 50,000 UTEP, Oct. 8, 1988 50,000 Notre Dame, Nov. 30, 1991 50,000 Brigham Young, Sept. 26, 1992 50,000 USC, Sept. 4, 1999 50,000 Portland State, Sept. 9, 2000 50,000 Brigham Young, Dec. 8, 2001 50,000 Alabama, Nov. 30, 2002 50,000 USC, Sept. 3, 2005 50,000 Oregon State, Dec. 2, 2006 50,000 Boise State, Nov. 23, 2007 50,000 Washington, Dec. 1, 2007 * all games played at Aloha Stadium Largest Road Crowds 1. 93,607 at USC, Sept. 1, 2012 2. 92,138 at Alabama, Sept. 2, 2006 3. 90,575 at Florida, Aug. 30, 2008 4. 75,615 at Nebraska, Sept. 16, 1978 5. 74,383 vs. Georgia, Jan. 1, 2008* 6. 74,043 at Michigan State, Sept. 10, 2005 7. 73,654 at USC, Sept. 13, 2003 8. 70,044 at Iowa, Sept. 7, 1991 9. 65,866 at Brigham Young, Oct. 19, 1991 10. 65,172 at Brigham Young, Oct. 16, 1982 11. 64,680 at Brigham Young, Oct. 28, 1995 12. 64,558 at Brigham Young, Oct. 18, 1997 13. 63,903 at Tennessee, Oct. 28, 1972 14. 63,252 at Washington, Sept. 10, 2011 15. 63,085 at Brigham Young, Sept. 6, 2002 * neutral-site game at Louisiana Superdome

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OPPONENT/SCORING INDIVIDUAL MOST YARDS RUSHING 339 Ron Dayne (Wisconsin), 1996 300 Marshall Faulk (San Diego State), 1992 294 LaDainian Tomlinson (TCU), 2000 278 Deonce Whitaker (San Jose State), 2000 268 Terry Metcalf (Long Beach State), 1971 MOST YARDS PASSING 518 Jeff Graham (Long Beach State), 1988 513 Mark McKay (San Diego State), 1982 507 Kellen Moore (Boise State), 2010 471 John Erdhaus (Cal State Los Angeles), 1968 452 Ben Roethlisberger (Miami, Ohio), 2001 MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE 531 Jeff Graham (Long Beach State), 1988 510 Mark McKay (San Diego State), 1982 507 Kellen Moore (Boise State), 2010 484 Ben Roethlisberger (Miami, Ohio), 2001 446 Mike McCoy (Utah), 1993 MOST RECEPTIONS 18 J.R. Tolver (San Diego State), 2002 15 Anthony Crissinger-Hill (Florida Atlantic), 2004 14 Eric Cross (Stanford), 1972 14 Reno Mahe (BYU), 2001 14 Andre Raymond (Eastern Illinois), 2002 MOST YARDS RECEIVING 283 J.R. Tolver (San Diego State), 2002 256 Greg Primus (Colorado State), 1991 221 Chris Williams (New Mexico State), 2008 209 Patrick Rowe (San Diego State), 1990 207 Derrick Washington (Long Beach State), 1988 201 Demond Thompkins (UNLV), 1992 MOST ALLPURPOSE YARDS 347 Ron Dayne (Wisconsin), 1996 333 Terance Mathis (New Mexico), 1987 328 Vai Sikahema (BYU), 1985 326 Damaris Johnson (Tulsa), 2010 305 Deonce Whitaker (San Jose State), 2000 MOST TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS 7 Stefphon Jefferson (Nevada), 2012 (6 rushing, 1 receiving) LONGEST RUNS 89 Bryson Sumlin (Fresno State), 2004 85 Tyson Thompson (San Jose State), 2004* 85 Jared Zabransky (Boise State), 2004* 83 Fred Henry (New Mexico), 1971 80 Numerous; last by Tim Cornett (UNLV), 2011* LONGEST PASS PLAYS 90 Ken Boney (CSLA) to Jewel Thomas, 1969* 90 David Page (SMU) to Johnnie Freeman, 2001* 90 Scott Rislov (SJSU) to Juan Walden, 2002* 89 Don Van Galder (Utah) to Willie Arnstead, 1973 87 J.R. Tolver (SDSU) to Kassim Osgood, 2002* LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS 103 Errol Tucker (Utah), 1985* 100 Marqise Lee (USC), 2012* 100 Chris McAlister (Arizona), 1998* 100 Gerard Lawson (Oregon State), 2006* 100 Kevin Robinson (Utah State), 2007* 98 David Mikell (Boise State), 2001* 96 Mike Rigell (BYU), 1998* 96 Armando Allen (Notre Dame), 2008*

LONGEST PUNT RETURNS 92 Quinton Jones (Boise State), 2005* 89 Ronald Johnson (USC), 2010* 87 Rick Calhoun (Cal State Fullerton), 1986* 86 Charlie Jones (Fresno State), 1992* 86 Brian Roberson (Fresno State), 1995* 84 Dwight Lowery (San Jose State), 2007* 83 Jaron Dabney (BYU), 1997* 80 S. Jackson (Whitworth), 1968* LONGEST FIELD GOALS 55 Gene Lemmers (Long Beach State), 1989 53 Steve Tobin (Wyoming), 1980 53 Jake Rogers (Cincinnati), 2008 52 Tyler Jones (Boise State), 2002 52 Brandon Coutu (Georgia), 2007 52 Tino Amancio (Idaho), 2008 51 Brian Gowins (Northwestern), 1998 51 Jason Bloom (New Mexico), 1998

Hawai‘i Scoring (Overall) SCORE 72 68 68 67 66 66 66

SCORE 72-45 68-37 68-10 67-20 66-7 66-10 66-7

OPPONENT Brigham Young at Fresno State Idaho Utah UTEP Charleston Southern Charleston Southern

Hawai‘i Scoring (Home) 72 68 67 66 66 66

72-45 68-10 67-20 66-7 66-10 66-7

Brigham Young Idaho Utah UTEP Charleston Southern Charleston Southern

68 63 62 59 58

68-37 63-10 62-41 59-21 58-30

at Fresno State at Utah State at San Jose State at New Mexico State at UNLV

Hawai‘i Scoring (Conference)

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS 100 Harold Hicks (San Diego State), 1986* 94 R. Ockimey (San Jose State), 2000* 93 Mark Green (UNLV), 1973* 85 Otha West (UTEP), 1991* 81 Ollie Brown (Cal State Los Angeles), 1970

Hawai‘i Scoring (Aloha Stadium)

MOST YARDS GAINED RUSHING 545 Air Force, 2001 503 Fresno State, 2004 499 Wisconsin, 1996 479 Nebraska, 1982 451 Navy, 1999 MOST YARDS PASSING 518 Long Beach State, 1988 515 Brigham Young, 2001 513 San Diego State, 1982 507 Boise State, 2010 507 San Diego State, 2002 MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE 775 Nevada, 1948 737 Boise State, 2010 684 Oregon, 1969 679 Fresno State, 2004 675 San Diego State, 1992 * denotes play resulted in touchdown statistics incomplete prior to 1967 season

12/08/01 10/28/06 09/23/89 10/13/01 09/22/07 09/25/10

Hawai‘i Scoring (Away)

LONGEST PUNTS 82 Monte Robbins (Michigan), 1986 77 Mark Stock (New Mexico Highlands), 1970 75 Kyle Brotzman (Boise State), 2008 73 Kyle Hughes (New Mexico State), 2009 73 Henry Castellanos (UTEP), 1985

TEAM

DATE 12/08/01 10/14/06 10/28/06 09/23/89 10/13/01 09/22/07 09/25/10

68 68 67 66 63 72 68 67 66 66 66

68-37 68-10 67-20 66-7 63-10 72-45 68-10 67-20 66-7 66-10 66-7

at Fresno State Idaho Utah UTEP at Utah State Brigham Young Idaho Utah UTEP Charleston Southern Charleston Southern

10/14/06 11/04/06 11/06/99 11/27/10 09/30/95 10/14/06 10/28/06 09/23/89 10/13/01 11/04/06 12/08/01 10/28/06 09/23/89 10/13/01 09/22/07 09/25/10

Opponent Scoring (Overall) 75 74 73 70 69 69

0-75 20-74 12-73 14-70 24-69 3-69

Pacific Stanford Nevada at Fresno State Nevada at Boise State

12/16/49 01/02/50 12/17/48 11/12/04 09/22/12 10/29/04

Opponent Scoring (Home) 75 74 73 69 63

0-75 20-74 12-73 24-69 17-63

Pacific Stanford Nevada Nevada USC

12/16/49 01/02/50 12/17/48 09/22/12 09/03/05

Opponent Scoring (Away) 70 69 68 66 63

14-70 3-69 21-68 0-66 0-63

at Fresno State at Boise State at Michigan State at Wyoming at Colorado State

11/12/04 10/29/04 10/02/48 09/14/96 10/04/97

Opponent Scoring (Conference) 70 69 69 66 63

14-70 24-69 3-69 0-66 0-63

at Fresno State Nevada at Boise State at Wyoming at Colorado State

11/12/04 09/22/12 10/29/04 09/14/96 10/04/97

Opponent Scoring (Aloha Stadium) 69 63 62 62 59 59

24-69 17-63 7-62 35-62 0-59 10-59

Nevada USC USC Tulane (SHB) Oregon State Wisconsin

09/22/12 09/03/05 09/04/99 12/24/10 11/27/76 11/30/96

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MARGINS Largest Margin of Victory (All games) MARGIN 65 59 59 59 58 57 56 55 53 53 53 52 52 52 49 49 48 47 46 44 44 42 42 42

SCORE 65-0 66-7 66-7 59-0 68-10 63-6 66-10 55-0 63-10 63-10 59-6 54-2 52-0 62-10 49-0 52-3 48-0 67-20 60-14 61-17 44-0 56-14 56-14 45-3

OPPONENT Prairie View Charleston Southern UTEP Southern Oregon Idaho Northern Colorado Charleston Southern at Redlands at Utah State Long Beach State Colorado State Lamar UTEP Yale Fresno State Santa Clara British Columbia Utah New Mexico Louisiana Tech Cal State Fullerton UC Davis Brigham Young New Mexico

DATE 10/20/79 09/25/10 10/13/01 11/09/56 10/28/06 09/01/07 09/22/07 10/09/48 11/04/06 09/09/89 11/28/81 09/15/12 09/25/93 10/03/87 11/28/70 10/13/79 10/05/68 09/23/89 09/30/89 11/11/06 09/05/87 09/17/11 10/28/89 11/05/88

Largest Margin of Victory (Home) MARGIN 65 59 59 59 58 57 56 53 53 52 52 52

SCORE 65-0 66-7 66-7 59-0 68-10 63-6 66-10 63-10 59-6 54-2 52-0 62-10

OPPONENT Prairie View Charleston Southern UTEP Southern Oregon Idaho Northern Colorado Charleston Southern Long Beach State Colorado State Lamar UTEP Yale

DATE 10/20/79 09/25/10 10/13/01 11/09/56 10/28/06 09/01/07 09/22/07 09/09/89 11/28/81 09/15/12 09/25/93 10/03/87

Largest Margin of Victory (Road) MARGIN 55 53 38 35 35 34 31 28 28 28 28

SCORE 55-0 63-10 45-7 59-24 49-14 40-6 68-37 48-20 58-30 48-20 35-7

OPPONENT at Redlands at Utah State at Utah State at New Mexico St. at UNLV at Lewis & Clark at Fresno State at Idaho at UNLV at Utah at UTEP

DATE 10/09/48 11/04/06 10/23/10 11/27/10 09/15/07 09/26/57 10/14/06 09/29/07 09/30/95 09/24/88 11/07/81

Largest Margin of Victory (Conference) MARGIN 59 58 53 53 52 47 46 44 42 42

SCORE 66-7 68-10 63-10 59-6 52-0 67-20 60-14 61-17 56-14 45-3

OPPONENT UTEP Idaho at Utah State Colorado State UTEP Utah New Mexico Louisiana Tech Brigham Young New Mexico

DATE 10/13/01 10/28/06 11/04/06 11/28/81 09/25/93 09/23/89 09/30/89 11/11/06 10/28/89 11/05/88

Largest Margin of Victory (Conference home)

Largest Margin of Defeat (Road)

MARGIN 59 58 53 52 47 46 44 42 42 38

MARGIN 66 66 63 58 56 54 52 51 50 48 48

SCORE 66-7 68-10 59-6 52-0 67-20 60-14 61-17 56-14 45-3 48-10

OPPONENT UTEP Idaho Colorado State UTEP Utah New Mexico Louisiana Tech Brigham Young New Mexico UNLV

DATE 10/13/01 10/28/06 11/28/81 09/25/93 09/23/89 09/30/89 11/11/06 10/28/89 11/05/88 11/24/12

SCORE 3-69 0-66 0-63 0-58 14-70 0-54 0-52 0-51 7-57 8-56 6-54

OPPONENT DATE at Boise State 10/29/04 at Wyoming 09/14/96 at Colorado State 10/04/97 at Tulsa 09/22/51 at Fresno State 11/12/04 at Air Force 10/08/66 at Southern California 11/15/30 at Kentucky 09/13/58 at Arizona 09/20/52 at San Diego State 10/11/96 at Colorado State 09/18/65

Largest Margin of Victory (Conference road) MARGIN 53 38 35 31 28 28 28 28 25 24

SCORE 63-10 45-7 59-24 68-37 48-20 58-30 48-20 35-7 31-6 24-0

OPPONENT at Utah State at Utah State at New Mexico St. at Fresno State at Idaho at UNLV at Utah at UTEP at UTEP at Idaho

DATE 11/04/06 10/23/10 11/27/10 10/14/06 09/29/07 09/30/95 09/24/88 11/07/81 09/21/02 09/24/05

Largest Margin of Victory (Aloha Stadium) MARGIN 65 59 58 57 56

SCORE 65-0 66-7 68-10 63-6 66-10

OPPONENT Prairie View UTEP Idaho Northern Colorado Charleston Southern

DATE 10/20/79 10/13/01 10/28/06 09/01/07 09/22/07

Largest Margin of Defeat (All games) MARGIN 75 66 66 65 63 61 59 58 56 55 54 54 52 51 50 50 49 48 48 48

SCORE 0-75 3-69 0-66 3-68 0-63 12-73 0-59 0-58 14-70 7-62 0-54 20-74 0-52 0-51 0-50 7-57 10-59 8-56 0-48 6-54

OPPONENT DATE Pacific 12/16/49 at Boise State 10/29/04 at Wyoming 09/14/96 Nebraska 12/04/76 at Colorado State 10/04/97 Nevada 12//17/48 Oregon State 11/27/76 at Tulsa 09/22/51 at Fresno State 11/12/04 USC 09/04/99 at Air Force 10/08/66 Stanford 01/02/50 at Southern California 11/15/30 at Kentucky 09/13/58 Nebraska 11/26/54 at Arizona 09/20/52 Wisconsin 11/30/96 at San Diego State 10/11/96 Utah State 11/26/66 at Colorado State 09/18/65

Largest Margin of Defeat (Conference) MARGIN 66 66 63 56 48

SCORE 3-69 0-66 0-63 14-70 8-56

OPPONENT at Boise State at Wyoming at Colorado State at Fresno State at San Diego State

DATE 10/29/04 09/14/96 10/04/97 11/12/04 10/11/96

Largest Margin of Defeat (Conference home) MARGIN 45 45 39 35 31 31

SCORE 9-54 24-69 10-49 14-49 14-45 14-45

OPPONENT Boise State Nevada San Diego State Boise State Brigham Young San Diego State

DATE 10/24/09 09/22/12 11/18/95 11/10/12 11/16/96 10/09/93

Largest Margin of Defeat (Conference road) MARGIN 66 66 63 56 48

SCORE 3-69 0-66 0-63 14-70 8-56

OPPONENT at Boise State at Wyoming at Colorado State at Fresno State at San Diego State

DATE 10/29/04 09/14/96 10/04/97 11/12/04 10/11/96

Largest Margin of Defeat (Aloha Stadium) MARGIN 65 59 55 49

SCORE 3-68 0-59 7-62 10-59

OPPONENT Nebraska Oregon State USC Wisconsin

DATE 12/04/76 11/27/76 09/04/99 11/30/96

Largest Margin of Defeat (Home) MARGIN 75 65 61 59 55 54 50 49 48 47

SCORE 0-75 3-68 12-73 0-59 7-62 20-74 0-50 10-59 0-48 0-47

OPPONENT Pacific Nebraska Nevada Oregon State USC Stanford Nebraska Wisconsin Utah State Oregon

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STREAKS

LONGEST LOSING STREAK

LONGEST WIN STREAK GAMES 13 11 9 8 7

TEAM TO END STREAK Georgia Brigham Young Oregon State Pacific Iowa

BEGAN 12/24/06 11/01/80 09/30/06 09/15/73 09/29/84

ENDED 01/01/08 11/14/81 12/02/06 11/17/73 12/01/84

BEGAN 11/26/88 09/26/92 12/24/06 11/17/01 12/03/05 10/02/04

ENDED 12/09/89 10/09/93 09/27/08 11/30/02 12/02/06 09/03/05

LONGEST HOME WIN STREAK GAMES 11 10 9 9 8 8

TEAM TO END STREAK Air Force San Diego State San Jose State Alabama Oregon State USC

LONGEST HOME WIN STREAK (Aloha Stadium) GAMES 11 10 9 9

TEAM TO END STREAK Air Force San Diego State San Jose State Alabama

BEGAN 11/26/88 09/26/92 12/24/06 11/17/01

ENDED 12/09/89 10/09/93 09/27/08 11/30/02

BEGAN 10/14/06 10/18/80 10/10/87

ENDED 01/01/07 10/16/82 09/16/89

BEGAN 10/07/06 11/08/80 11/07/09

ENDED 09/27/08 11/14/81 11/06/10

BEGAN 11/24/12

ENDED Active

LONGEST ROAD WIN STREAK GAMES 7 6 4

TEAM TO END STREAK Georgia Brigham Young Wyoming

LONGEST WAC WIN STREAK GAMES 15 8 8

TEAM TO END STREAK San Jose State Brigham Young Boise State

TEAM TO END STREAK Active

TEAM TO END STREAK Eastern Illinois UNLV Boise State Southeast Missouri UNLV Portland State

BEGAN 10/18/97 09/22/12 11/11/95 09/24/94 11/26/83 12/04/74

ENDED 09/11/99 11/24/12 09/21/96 11/12/94 09/29/84 10/16/76

BEGAN 10/25/97 11/18/95 12/01/84 11/26/83 11/27/76

ENDED 09/11/99 09/21/96 11/02/85 09/22/84 09/24/77

LONGEST HOME LOSING STREAK GAMES 13 5 5 4 4

TEAM TO END STREAK Eastern Illinois Boise State Colorado State UNLV Idaho

LONGEST HOME LOSING STREAK (Aloha Stadium) GAMES 13 5 5

TEAM TO END STREAK Eastern Illinois Boise State Colorado State

BEGAN 10/25/97 11/18/95 12/01/84

ENDED 09/11/99 09/21/96 11/02/85

BEGAN 10/14/95 10/26/74 11/12/11 11/01/03

ENDED 09/25/99 10/05/79 Active 09/24/05

LONGEST ROAD LOSING STREAK GAMES 15 10 7 6

TEAM TO END STREAK SMU Brigham Young Active Idaho

LONGEST CONFERENCE LOSING STREAK GAMES 12 10 9 7

TEAM TO END STREAK SMU UNLV UTEP UNLV

BEGAN 10/11/97 11/05/11 09/03/94 11/11/95

ENDED 09/25/99 11/24/12 09/23/95 10/19/96

BEGAN 10/11/97

ENDED 09/25/99

BEGAN 09/22/12

ENDED 11/24/12

LONGEST WAC LOSING STREAK GAMES 12

TEAM TO END STREAK SMU

LONGEST MW LOSING STREAK

LONGEST MW WIN STREAK GAMES 1

GAMES 19 8 7 5 5 5

GAMES 7

TEAM TO END STREAK UNLV

ALL-TIME OVERTIME GAMES Date 11/22/97 11/13/99 10/06/01 12/25/03 09/04/04 09/08/07 10/12/07 10/04/08 11/21/09

Opponent Northeast Louisiana Fresno State at SMU Houston (SHB) Florida Atlantic at Louisiana Tech at San Jose State at Fresno State at San Jose State

Result L, 20-23 W, 31-24 (2ot) W, 38-31 W, 54-48 (3ot) L, 28-35 W, 45-44 W, 42-35 W, 32-29 W, 17-10

SHB - denotes Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl

Total Overtime Games: 9 Record in Overtime: 7-2 at Aloha Stadium: 2-2 on the Road: 5-0 First Overtime Game: Nov. 22, 1997 vs. Northeast Louisiana (L, 20-23) Longest Overtime Game: 3OT vs. Houston - 2003 Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl (W, 54-48) Most Overtime Games in a Season: 2, 2007 The overtime system in Division I-A football was adopted for the start of the 1996 season. 102

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HISTORY OF HAWAI‘I FOOTBALL

HAWAI‘I FOOTBALL THROUGH THE YEARS

Head Coaches 1909 - Austin Jones 1915 - John Peden 1916 - William Britton 1917 - Dave Crawford

1920

1923

The College of Hawai‘i becomes the University of Hawai‘i and the football team plays its first intercollegiate game against Nevada.

A rainbow appears over the football field after UH upset Oregon State, 7-0, at Mō‘ili‘ili Field. Reporters begin calling UH teams the “Rainbows.”

Head Coaches 1920 - Raymond Elliot 1921 - Otto “Proc” Klum

1946

1940

The College of Hawai‘i “Fighting Deans” played and won its first game against McKinley High School.

1920

1900

1909

After taking a four-year hiatus due to World War II, UH returns to the gridiron as a member institution of the NCAA.

Head Coaches 1940 - Eugene “Luke” Gill 1946 - Tom Kaulukukui

An entire ocean away from its nearest NCAA opponent, the University of Hawai‘i football program has a unique and storied history. This year marks the program’s 97th season of competition.

a collegiate opponent in 1922, a Christmas of Colorado on New Year’s Day. The following Day triumph over Pomona College, 25-6, at season, only Washington State, of the Pacific Punahou’s Alexander Field. He also took the Coast Conference, scored more than six points team to its first road game in 1923 via oceanagainst the “Wonder Teams” and was only one liner against that same Pomona team at the of five teams to score at all. UH defeated the THE BEGINNING Pasadena Rose Bowl. The trip took five days. As Cougars, 20-11, on New Year’s Day to close out The College of Hawai‘i was founded in 1907. a result of the prolonged hours of travel, later the 1925 season. Two years later, in 1909, the university fielded teams only traveled to the U.S. mainland every Among the many stars on those teams were its first football team. The “Fighting Deans,” as other year. the famed “Four Horsemen of Manoa” - Bill Hawai‘i athletic During Klum’s “Doggie” Wise, Johnny Morse, Eddie Fernandez teams were known reign, another and Theodore “Pump” Searle -- named after the ROARING ’20s then, defeated UH tradition gallant Notre Dame backfield. During the “Golden Age” of UH football, the teams proMcKinley High emerged. In the duced a record of 53-21-5 in the 1920s, including consecutive School, 6-5, final game of the A NEW HOME undefeated seasons in 1924 (8-0) and 1925 (10-0). under head coach 1923 season, a In 1926, the Rainbows made the newly built Austin Jones in its rainbow appeared Honolulu Stadium, a 24,000-seat facility in inaugural game. over the gridiron Mō‘ili‘ili, their homefield. UH played its first The historic game late during the game at the stadium on Nov. 11 against the was played before team’s contest Town Team. Hawai‘i lost that game, 14-7, 2,500 fans at against Oregon before 12,000 Armistice Day fans. O‘ahu College, State. The Deans That same season, the Rainbows blanked now known as scored shortly the 8th Field Artillery and Healani by identiPunahou School. thereafter and cal 101-0 scores. Against Healani, halfback Because of held on to win, Fernandez had one of the best single-game perlimited travel opportunities, Hawai‘i only played 7-0. Reporters started calling UH teams the formances in UH history, scoring six times on local high schools, military and club teams for “Rainbows,” and the tradition began that whenruns, punts and an interception. its first eight seasons. In 1920, the College of ever a rainbow appeared from the “Manoa Mist” Four years later, UH played its first night Hawai‘i became the University of Hawai‘i and over the UH campus, Hawai‘i could not lose. game at the stadium. The Rainbows defeated the Raymond Elliot coached the first intercollegiate TERMITE PALACE game against the University of Nevada (Reno). THE WONDER YEARS Nicknamed for its deteriorating facade, Honolulu Stadium Nevada outscored Hawai‘i, 14-0, at Mō‘ili‘ili Under Klum’s guidance, Hawai‘i prowas home to Hawai‘i football from 1926-74. Field on Christmas Day. duced the “Wonder Teams” of 1924-25, which went undefeated both seasons. The A POT OF GOLD “Wonder Teams” outscored their oppoThe 1921 season marked the arrival of Otto nents, 606-29, in 18 games. Among the “Proc” Klum, who ushered in the “Golden Age fallen were Colorado, Colorado State and of UH Football.” Known as the “The Manoa Washington State. Fox,” Klum served as head coach and athletDuring the 1924 season, the ics director until 1939, compiling an 84-51-7 Rainbows finished 8-0 and allowed only record. 12 points all season. The team conKlum coached UH to its first victory over cluded the season with a 13-0 shutout 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL

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The Rainbows upset Nebraska, 6-0, in Lincoln in what is considered one of the school’s alltime biggest upsets, four years before the Territory of Hawai‘i becomes the 50th state of the Union.

Head Coaches 1951 - Archie Kodros 1952 - Hank Vasconcellos

Honolulu Athletic Club, 28-0, Oct. 8, 1930, before 9,500 fans. For 48 years, the affectionately nicknamed “Termite Palace” housed the Rainbows and their fans until the construction of Aloha Stadium in 1975. THE GRASS SHACK One of the earliest stars in UH history was Thomas Kaulukukui, a 5-foot-5, 140-pound back from Hilo. As NO. 32 a member of UH’s The only number retired undefeated 1934 in Hawai‘i football history team, Kaulukukui was worn by UH’s first helped lead the All-American, Thomas Rainbows to a Kaulukukui. He still holds 14-0 shutout of the school record for lonCalifornia in the gest kickoff return (103) New Year’s Day against UCLA in 1935 at the Los Angeles Coliseum Classic (later reand also went on to named the Poi become one of UH’s most Bowl). That team finished 6-0 and fea- successful coaches. tured stars Maynard “Buster” Piltz and Anthony Morse. The next year, Kaulukukui gained national fame and earned his nickname, the “Grass Shack,” by legendary sportswriter Grantland Rice. During a 19-6 loss to UCLA at the Los Angeles Coliseum, Kaulukukui scored the team’s lone touchdown, an electrifying 103-yard kickoff return, a record which still stands today. Following that season, Kaulukukui became UH’s first All-American when he was selected by the All-America Board of Football, which included legendary Glenn “Pop” Warner. WAR TIME ERA The 1940 season marked the end of Klum’s 19-year tenure as football coach. The decade was also marred by World War II. 104

1966 UH completes its first all-collegiate schedule. The Rainbows are ranked as high as No. 5 in weekly Division II poll.

Head Coaches 1962 - Jim Asato 1965 - Clark Shaughnessy 1966 - Phil Sarboe 1967 - Don King 1968 - Dave Holmes

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1955

1960

1950

HAWAI‘I FOOTBALL THROUGH THE YEARS 1973

1974

The Rainbows record the biggest upset in school history by defeating Washington, 10-7, in Seattle. UW was favored by as many as 50 points.

UH becomes an NCAA Division I member. In June 1976, the NCAA reclassifies and drops UH to Division I-A (now I-AA). Athletics Director Ray Nagel appeals the decision and the next month the NCAA reinstates UH to Division I status.

Head Coaches 1974 - Larry Price 1977 - Dick Tomey

In 1941, the Rainbows just completed a as a player and coach, he was chosen as a charter 20-6 Shrine Game victory over Willamette, in member of the National Football Hall of Fame front of a sold-out Honolulu Stadium crowd Association. of 24,000. The next morning, Japan invaded Pearl Harbor, resulting in the cancellation of the HAMMERIN’ HANK team’s upcoming game against San Jose State The 1950s marked the arrival of the Hank and the 1942-45 seasons. Lost in the news of Vasconcellos era as head coach and athletics the attack was the naming of halfback Nolle director. Vasconcellos, a Maui native, coached Smith as a first-team Associated Press Little Allthe Rainbows for nine seasons during the proAmerican. gram’s highest and lowest moments. UH returned The 1954 season ended with a humbling to the gridiron 50-0 loss to Orange Bowl-bound Nebraska in in 1946 after the front of a crowd of 20,000 fans at Honolulu conclusion of the Stadium. war. That same In the rematch between the schools the year also marked next season, the Rainbows pulled off one of the the program’s biggest wins in the program’s history before entrance into the a crowd of 23,000 at Nebraska Stadium. As NCAA under head 40-point underdogs, the 27-member team won coach Kaulukukui. in Lincoln’s 95-degree heat and 26 mile-perHawai‘i finished hour winds. Of the 11 starters, seven played the the season with entire 60 minutes, including star back Skippy an 8-2 record, Dyer, who broke up a Cornhusker pass on UH’s culminating with a 10-yard line with less than two minutes to play. 19-16 victory over Utah in the Pineapple Bowl Despite a 34-0 shutout loss to San Jose (formerly Poi Bowl). State the next week, the Rainbows went on to In the late 1940s, the team began to travel finish with a 7-4 record and followed that season by air, making the journey to the West Coast with a respectable 7-3 mark in 1956. in an unheard-of nine hours. To cut down on But only six years after that infamous viccosts, the teams stayed on the U.S. mainland for at least two weeks at a time. 6-0! A year after suffering Following the 1949 season, Harry a 50-0 blowout loss to “Clown” Kahuanui became the first UH Nebraska in Honolulu, player to be invited to the East-West Shrine Game and was named an honorable the “Roaring Rainbows” upset the Cornhuskers, mention All-American by United Press 6-0, in Lincoln, Sept. International. 17, 1955. Hartwell Kaulukukui coached until 1951 and Freitas (with ball) accumulated a record of 34-18-3, becomscored the game’s only touchdown in the ing one of the school’s winningest coaches at the time. As a result of his achievements fourth quarter. 2013 UNIVERSITY Y OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL


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1989

Defensive end Al Noga becomes the school’s first Associated Press All-American and was tabbed as UH’s first Heisman Trophy candidate.

UH plays in the program’s first major bowl game – the Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl. Hawai‘i falls to Michigan State of the Big 10, 33-13, before a sellout crowd at Aloha Stadium.

Head Coaches 1987 - Bob Wagner

1990

1980

HAWAI‘I FOOTBALL THROUGH THE YEARS 1992

1999

UH shares the WAC title for the first time ever and wins the Thrifty Car Rental Holiday Bowl, defeating Illinois, 27-17. Team posts school-record 11 victories.

June Jones takes over program and guides it to the best turnaround in NCAA history, winning nine games and finishing season as WAC cochampions. UH defeats Oregon State, 23-17, in Jeep O‘ahu Bowl.

Head Coaches 1996 - Fred vonAppen 1999 - June Jones

tory over Nebraska and three consecutive losing seasons, the UH Board of Athletic Control, made up of faculty, students and alumni members, voted to abolish the football program in 1961 due to lack of finances.

who were favored by as many as 50 points. Rainbow Warriors nearly pulled off the upset Harold Stringert intercepted three passes and against John Robinson’s Trojans before falling lineman Levi Stanley had 11 tackles in the vic21-5. tory. The Rainbows won its first eight games During the third week of the 1984 season, that season and was ranked as high as No. 5 in the Rainbow Warriors faced Brigham Young. the weekly Division II poll. With just five minutes remaining, UH let a ROCKY ROAD But following that season, Holmes Football returned to intercollegiate competiresigned due to team turmoil. Larry Price, HOUSE OF ALOHA tion in 1962 behind the urging of new athletics a former player who served as an assistant Aloha Stadium director Young Suk Ko. The program went to the four previous coaches, was named became the new through five coaches in the decade, including head coach and served at that capacity for home of UH former player Jim Asato and offensive guru the next three years. football in 1975. Hawai‘i fans Clark Shaughnessy, who led Stanford to a Rose During Price’s tenure, UH became have flocked to Bowl victory. an NCAA Division I member, changed the 50,000-seat After Shaughnessy’s one-year “consultant” its nickname to the Rainbow Warriors, facility for the term concluded, the program went through turintroduced the “Hula-T” formation, and past 33 years. moil with the firing of Ko and surprise hiring of on Sept. 13, 1975, christened the newlyPhil Sarboe as head coach. Sarboe coached for built 50,000-seat Aloha Stadium against one year before bolting for northern California Texas A&I. Hawai‘i lost its stadium debut, 43-9, 13-12 lead slip away as the Cougars scored a late following the 1966 season, UH’s first all-collebefore 32,247 fans. touchdown for the victory and later went on to giate schedule. Sarboe’s top assistant, Don King, win the national championship that season. took over for one year but quit after a 6-4 season NATIONAL EXPOSURE Following the 1986 season, defensive amid tension with athletics director Bob Martin. Dick Tomey, a UCLA assistant who was hired end Al Noga became the first UH player to to replace Price, put UH on the national football be named a first team All-American by the THE MODERN ERA map. Tomey headed the program from 1977Associated Press and was tabbed as the school’s The arrival of head coach Dave Holmes in 1968 87. During his tenure, he guided Hawai‘i into first Heisman Trophy candidate. was the beginning of the most successful years in the Western Athletic Conference in his third school history. In year and drastiTRIPLE THREAT GREEN MACHINE six years as coach, cally upgraded After Tomey left UH for Arizona of the PacFrom 1967-75, UH won 67 percent Holmes guided his the schedule by 10, assistant coach Bob Wagner took over the of its games and never suffered a losteams to a 46-17-1 playing the likes program and introduced the spread offense or ing season. Twenty-six players from record, including of Nebraska, “Triple Option” to Hawai‘i. During his tenure, this era went on to sign with profesa pair of nine-win Oklahoma, the offense, which featured two slotbacks and sional teams. Under head coach Dave seasons. Holmes USC, Iowa and one fullback, frequently placed UH among the Holmes, Hawai‘i opened the 1973 seastill ranks as the allMichigan. top rushing teams in the country. son with a 10-7 upset of Washington in front of 52,500 in Seattle, regarded by time leader at UH In the 1977 In the 1988 season-opener, ninth-ranked many as the biggest upset in school history. in winning percentseason-finale, UH Iowa came to the islands and the Rainbow age (.718). hosted nationally Warriors shocked the Hawkeyes, 27-24, behind In 1973, Hawai‘i recorded its biggest upset ranked USC, a team which featured Heisman running back Heikoti Fakava’s three touchin school history, with a 10-7 road victory over Trophy winner Charles White. A record crowd downs. It was also a coming-out party for freshthe Pacific-8 Conference’s Washington Huskies, of 48,767 at Aloha Stadium watched as the man kicker Jason Elam, who booted two critical 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL

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HAWAI‘I FOOTBALL THROUGH THE YEARS 2002 - 2004

2004

2006

2007

2008

UH is invited to the Hawai‘i Bowl in consecutive seasons. In the inaugural ConAgra Foods Hawai‘i Bowl, the Warriors fall to Tulane, 36-28, but rebound for a marathon 54-48 tripleovertime victory over Houston in 2003 and, in 2004, a 59-40 win over UAB in the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl.

Quarterback Timmy Chang becomes the NCAA career passing leader, surpassing former Brigham Young signal caller Ty Detmer. Chang finishes his career with 17,072 yards and ranks second all-time behind Detmer with 122 career touchdown passes.

Quarterback Colt Brennan completes the best season in school history for a quarterback, completing an NCAA singleseason record 58 touchdowns and throwing for 5,549 yards. Brennan, winner of the Sammy Baugh Award as the nation’s top passer, finishes sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting after breaking or tying 19 NCAA records, 17 WAC records, and 41 school records.

A school-record five Warriors are picked in the NFL Draft and another six sign free-agent contracts in both the NFL and CFL.

June Jones departs during a tumultuous period after the Sugar Bowl appearance in which AD Herman Frazier is fired. Jones leaves as UH’s second winningest coach with 76 victories.

UH completes a perfect 12-0 regular season and earns the program’s first outright WAC title. The Warriors secure their first trip to a BCS game, the 2008 Allstate Sugar Bowl and Brennan earns a trip to New York City as a Heisman finalist.

Head Coaches 2008 - Greg McMackin

field goals in the UH lost 10 lar season by handing Brigham Young a 72-45 B-Y-WHO? fourth quarter. games in vonAppen’s romp on national television. Despite a 9-3 UH ended a 10-game losing streak After just inaugural season and record, Hawai‘i was snubbed for a bowl game. to nationally ranked rival Brigham two seasons, in 1998, Hawai‘i sufThat snub became the impetus for the creation Young with an emphatic 56-14 Wagner was fered through a winof the Hawai‘i Bowl. victory on Oct. 28, 1989. The folnamed WAC less 0-12 campaign, a Later that year, wide receiver Ashley Lelie lowing year, the Rainbow Warriors Coach of the first in the program’s became the school’s first-ever NFL first-round routed the Cougars again, 59-28, Year and led rich history. Following draft pick, being selected as the 19th overall on Dec. 1, the day BYU quarterback Ty Detmer won the Heisman the Rainbow that season, he was selection by the Denver Broncos. Warriors to their Trophy. In the two games, UH replaced by alumnus Over the next three seasons, Jones led quarterback Garrett Gabriel (right) first major bowl June Jones, who the Warriors to bowl appearances. After a completed 63-percent of his passes for 799 yards and seven game – the Jeep brought with him the 10-win season, UH was invited to the inaugural touchdowns. Eagle Aloha explosive run-andConAgra Foods Hawai‘i Bowl, where they lost Bowl. UH fell to shoot offense. to Tulane of Conference USA, 36-28. The next Michigan State, 33-13, but following the season, Under Jones, UH dropped the “Rainbows” season, Jones and the Warriors met Houston Wagner became the first UH coach to head an from its nickname and were simply known as in the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl, a game which all-star team in the Hula Bowl. the “Warriors” while introducing the new “H” UH pulled out, 54-48, in triple-overtime and In 1992, behind quarterback Michael logo that replaced the iconic rainbow logo. The followed that with a 59-40 rout of UAB in the Carter, Hawai‘i won a share of the WAC chamWarriors began using the new nickname and 2004 Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl. pionship and posted its first bowl game victory, featured the green “H” helmet at the start of the Also in 2004, quarterback Timmy Chang a 27-17 defeat of Illinois in the Thrifty Car 2000 season. became the NCAA’s all-time passing leader and Rental Holiday Bowl. UH finished the season finished his ranked No. 20 and months later, three-time RUNNIN’-N-SHOOTIN’ career with BYE, BYE TY All-American kicker Elam was drafted by the It only took one sea17,072 passWarrior quarterback Timmy Chang Denver Broncos in the third round. son under Jones’ tute- (right) broke the NCAA career passing ing yards. During Wagner’s nine seasons as head lage for the Hawai‘i In 2006, yards record on Nov. 6, 2004, against coach, Hawai‘i defeated nationally ranked rival football program to Chang’s sucLouisiana Tech at Aloha Stadium. Brigham Young three times, including a 1990 return to championcessor, Colt The Saint Louis School product ended his career with 17,072 yards, surpassvictory on the day quarterback Ty Detmer won ship form. Jones, Brennan, won ing the previous record of 15,031 the Heisman Trophy. In addition, Carter was whose run-and-shoot the Sammy yards set in 1991 by Ty Detmer of one of a handful of quarterbacks in NCAA offense he perfected Baugh Brigham Young. Division I history to rush and pass for 1,000 in the NFL, posted a Trophy as yards in the same season. 9-4 record in 1999, the nation’s the best by a first-year top quarterTHE LONGEST YARD head coach at UH. back. Brennan led the nation in seven statistical Wagner was fired following consecutive losing Jones and the Warriors made history by categories in one of the nation’s most prolific seasons and was replaced by Fred vonAppen in recording the NCAA’s best turnaround season passing seasons ever. Brennan and the Warriors 1996. A former assistant coach with the NFL’s (from 0-12 to 9-4). UH finished the season as garnered their first Top 25 ranking in 13 years San Francisco 49ers, vonAppen coached three WAC co-champions and defeated Oregon State, and a 41-24 Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl win over disappointing seasons in which the Rainbow 23-17, in the Jeep O‘ahu Bowl. Arizona State of the Pac-10. Warriors posted a 5-31 record. In 2001, the Warriors capped off a stel106

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2009 UH celebrates the 100th anniversary of the first football team.

2010

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2012

UH wins a share of its fourth WAC title during a 10-win season and is invited to the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl for the sixth time.

Head coach Greg McMackin retires after four seasons and is replaced by Honolulu-native Norm Chow, who is the 22nd coach in program history.

HAWAI‘I FOOTBALL BY THE NUMBERS 1

Defensive lineman Al Noga is the school’s only Associated Press first team All-American. Touted as the “Samoan Sack Man,” Noga set single-season records of 17 sacks, 31 tackles-for-loss and six forced fumbles in 1986. 3 Former Warriors who captured the WAC’s top awards – Joe Kearney Award (Colt Brennan in 2007), given to the top athlete; and Stan Bates Award (Blane Gaison in 1981 and Jason Elam in 1992), given to the top scholar-athlete.

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Head Coaches 2012 - Norm Chow

THE PERFECT SEASON included former record-setting quarterback The next season, Brennan led UH to an undeNick Rolovich as offensive coordinator. feated 12-0 regular season and captured the proIn four seasons, McMackin guided gram’s first outright WAC championship with the Warriors to two Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl an emphatic win over Boise State. During their appearances, including 10 wins and a share stretch run, the Warriors captivated the entire of the WAC Championship in 2010. After state as fans a turbulent flocked Aloha 2011 season, IN COLT WE TRUST Stadium with in which the Colt Brennan (right) finished his capacity crowds Warriors were career as arguably one of college football’s best quarterbacks of all for the team’s predicted time. A 2007 Heisman Trophy finalfinal three home to win the ist, Brennan passed for 131 career games. WAC but touchdowns, breaking Ty Detmer’s After a finished with NCAA record of 121. In all, he broke come-froma 6-7 record, or tied 31 NCAA records and led the behind win over McMackin Warriors to two bowl games, including Washington in retired and a perfect 12-0 regular season in 2007. the season-finale was replaced that capped UH’s by Honoluluperfect regular season, the Warriors were invited native and longtime assistant coach Norm to the Allstate Sugar Bowl, the program’s firstChow, who became the first Asian-American ever BCS bowl appearance. In front of a nethead coach of a major college football team. work audience on FOX, UH fell to third-ranked Georgia, 41-10. CHOW TIME Brennan was invited to New York City as Chow was introduced as UH’s 22nd head the school’s first Heisman Trophy finalist and coach and brought with him a resume that finished third in the final voting. At the end included being on the coaching staff of three of his three-year career, Brennan tied or broke national championship teams and having 31 NCAA records and was drafted in the sixth coached three Heisman Trophy-winning round by the Washington Redskins. quarterbacks and six NFL first-round draft picks. He also brought with him the pro-set FALL FROM GRACE offense, which he perfected at stops at BYU, Following that record-breaking season, Jones North Carolina State, USC, UCLA, Utah left UH for SMU, which led to the firing of the and the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. school’s athletics director and an exodus of playThe 2012 season also marks UH’s ers, including two of the team’s top returning entrance into the Mountain West receivers, both of whom declared for the NFL Conference, ending a 33-year affiliation with Draft. the WAC. UH concluded its first season However, just weeks after Jones’ departure, under Chow with a 3-9 mark, including a defensive coordinator Greg McMackin was 1-7 record in the MWC. named head coach and assembled a staff which 2013 UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I RAINBOW WARRIOR FOOTBALL

Western Athletic Conference championship titles won (1992, ’99, 2007, ’10). 8 Academic All-Americans, six of whom were honored by the College of Sports Information Directors. 9 Wins by first-year head coach June Jones in 1999, setting an NCAA turnaround record following a winless 1998 season. 10 Bowl game appearances, including six trips to the hometown Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl. 10 Highest national ranking—achieved in both the Associated Press and Coaches polls during the 2007 season. 12-0 Regular-season record in 2007, which secured the program’s first-ever trip to a BCS bowl game – the Allstate Sugar Bowl, where UH lost to Georgia. 13 The school’s longest win streak which lasted from Dec. 24, 2006 to Jan. 1 2008. 22 Number of head coaches since the program started in 1909, including current head coach Norm Chow. 23 Most tackles in a single game by defensive back Eddie Klaneski at Fresno State (Sept. 28, 1996). 31 Warriors who have earned All-America recognition. 32 The only number retired in UH football history was worn by the school’s first All-American, Thomas Kaulukukui. 33 The number of seasons (1979-2011) the Warriors competed in the WAC, before joining the Mountain West in 2012. 68 Warriors who have been selected in the NFL Draft. 76 Career wins by June Jones from 1999-2007, which ranks No. 2 all-time in school history behind Otto “Proc” Klum’s 84 wins from 1921-39. 131 Career touchdown passes by Colt Brennan, who finished third in the 2007 Heisman Trophy race, breaking Ty Detmer’s NCAA record of 121 which has since been broken by Houston’s Case Keenum.

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BOWL GAME HISTORY

FBS BOWL HISTORY Date Dec. 25, 1989

Bowl Jeep Eagle Aloha

Dec. 30, 1992

Thrifty Car Holiday

Opponent Michigan State

Result L, 13-33

Location Honolulu

Attendance 50,000

W, 27-17

San Diego

44,457

Honolulu

40,974

First appearance in an NCAA-sanctioned postseason bowl game.

Illinois

First appearance in a U.S. mainland bowl game...win catapults UH in the final polls for first time.

Dec. 25, 1999

Jeep O‘ahu

Oregon State

W, 23-17

Win caps an NCAA-record turnaround season as UH finishes 9-4 following an 0-12 campaign in 1998.

Dec. 25, 2002

ConAgra Hawai‘i

Tulane

L, 28-36

Honolulu

35,513

Honolulu

29,005

Honolulu

38,754

UH falls in the inaugural Hawai‘i Bowl as the Warriors surrender eight sacks.

Dec. 25, 2003

Sheraton Hawai‘i

Houston

W, 54-48 (3OT)

Longest overtime game in school history as UH outlasts Cougars in three overtimes.

Dec. 24, 2004

Sheraton Hawai‘i

UAB

W, 59-40

UH scores its most-ever points in a bowl game, led by Timmy Chang who surpasses 17,000 career passing yards.

Dec. 24, 2006

Sheraton Hawai‘i

Arizona State

W, 41-24

Honolulu

43,435

Jason Rivers sets an NCAA bowl-game record with 307 receiving yards...Colt Brennan sets school mark with 559 yards passing.

Jan. 1, 2008

Allstate Sugar

Georgia

L, 10-41

New Orleans

74,383

First-ever BCS bowl appearance as UH entered with a 12-0 record...first mainland bowl in 15 years...largest crowd ever for a UH bowl.

Dec. 24, 2008

Sheraton Hawai‘i

Notre Dame

L, 21-49

Honolulu

45,718

Honolulu

43,673

Sixth bowl appearance in seven years...loss ends a streak of three straight Hawai‘i Bowl wins.

Dec. 24, 2010

Sheraton Hawai‘i

Tulsa

L, 35-62

UH suffers third straight bowl loss while giving up a bowl-record 62 points...UH still finishes with a 10-win season.

Bowl Appearances: 10 All-Time Record: 5-5 In Hawai‘i: 4-4 On Mainland: 1-1

COLLEGE DIVISION BOWL HISTORY In its early years, the University of Hawai‘i participated in several New Year’s Day bowl games as a way to play major mainland college teams. From 1934-35, UH competed in the New Year’s Classic, later renamed the Poi Bowl in 1936 and Pineapple Bowl in 1940. The games were played at old Honolulu Stadium either on New Year’s Day or Jan. 2. UH posted a 5-9 all-time record in those games, including upsets of California (14-0) in 1935 and Utah (19-16) in 1947. Due to World War II, the Pineapple Bowl was suspended from 1942-46. The bowl returned in 1947 and lasted until 1952. NEW YEAR’S CLASSIC Date Jan. 1, 1934 Jan. 1, 1935

Opponent Santa Clara California

Result L, 7-26 W, 14-0

POI BOWL Date Jan. 1, 1936 Jan. 2, 1937 Jan. 1, 1938 Jan. 2, 1939

Opponent Southern California Honolulu All-Stars Washington Cal State Los Angeles

Result L, 6-38 W, 18-12 L, 13-53 L, 7-32

Opponent Oregon State Fresno State Utah Redlands Oregon State Stanford Denver San Diego State

Result L, 6-39 L, 0-3 W, 19-16 W, 33-32 L, 27-47 L, 20-74 W, 28-27 L, 13-34

PINEAPPLE BOWL Date Jan. 1, 1940 Jan. 1, 1941 Jan. 1, 1947 Jan. 1, 1948 Jan. 1, 1949 Jan. 2, 1950 Jan. 1, 1951 Jan. 1, 1952

The inaugural Pineapple Bowl featured Oregon State and Hawai‘i on New Year’s Day 1940 in Honolulu. The Beavers overpowered the Rainbows, 39-6. 108

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MICHIGAN STATE HAWAI‘I

33 13

1992 THRIFTY CAR RENTAL HOLIDAY BOWL HAWAI‘I ILLINOIS

27 17

December 25, 1989 Aloha Stadium (50,000) Honolulu, HI

December 30, 1992 Jack Murphy Stadium (44,457) San Diego, CA

HONOLULU H - Playing on its home field f of Aloha Stadium, the University of o Hawai‘i football team t was the visitor in the Jeep Eagle Aloha A Bowl VIII. The T Rainbows wore w their white road r uniforms for the t first time at home in a 33-13 loss to Michigan State. M It was Hawai‘i’s first appearance in an NCAA-sanctioned postseason bowl game and if stage fright had anything to do with it, it may explain why the Rainbows were guilty of eight turnovers. Within the first 15 minutes of the game, the Rainbows had already committed four turnovers, one of which led to Blake Ezor’s three-yard TD run for MSU. The fourth turnover, a pass interception near the end of the opening quarter, resulted in Ezor taking it over from the 2 on the first play of the second quarter. This capped a 48-yard, seven-play drive with Ezor carrying five times. Moments later, an interception of a Gabriel pass by Carlos Jenkins led to a 30-yard field goal by John Langeloh. Langeloh added another field goal late in the half after a UH fumble, giving the Spartans a 19-0 lead at intermission. Hawai‘i tried to make a game of it in the second half with Gabriel hitting Chris Roscoe for an 11-yard touchdown to cut the lead to 19-6. But the Spartans then picked off their fourth interception of the game and drove 57 yards with Hyland Hickson gaining the final yard. On the following series, Gabriel hit Dane McArthur with a 23-yard scoring toss only to see the Spartans come right back with a 48-yard drive and Ezor scoring his third touchdown of the game. Ezor finished the game with three touchdowns, tying an Eagle Aloha Bowl record. He carried the ball 41 times for 179 yards, both new marks, and was selected by the media as the MVP for Michigan State.

SAN S DIEGO, Calif. - The University of o Hawai‘i made its first appearance in a U.S. mainland bowl b game a successful c one, defeating in Illinois, 27-17, at a Jack Murphy Stadium S in San Diego, D Calif. After spotting the Illini the lead twice, 7-0 and 10-7, Hawai‘i put together tw 20 2 second-half points to complete its most m successful season ever with an 11-2 mark. When the final polls came out several days later, the Rainbows were ranked 20th in the nation, the first time Hawai‘i was listed in the final ratings. With Illinois holding a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, Travis Sims capped a 64-yard drive by going over from the 6-yard line to tie the score. Illinois responded on the next drive and Chris Richardson kicked a 19-yard field goal to make the score 10-7 at halftime. The Rainbows went back to basics in the second half, sticking to their triple-option run by quarterback Michael Carter, scoring 20 unanswered points. UH took the kickoff and marched 80 yards in 13 plays with Sims going up the middle from the one to put Hawai‘i ahead for good. After forcing the Illini to punt on the next series, Hawai‘i marched 62 yards in 16 plays with Jason Elam kicking a 45-yard field goal to make it 17-10. On its next possession, Illinois turned the ball over on its own 21yard line. Two plays later, the Rainbows tried a fumble-rooskie, but were called for an illegal procedure as the officials were not informed about the trick play. Elam kicked a 37-yard field goal to put Hawai‘i up, 20-10. UH’s Zac Odom intercepted a Jason Verdusco pass and six plays later, Carter hit Darrick Branch for a 53-yard touchdown pass for a 27-10 UH lead. After the Illini scored with 4:42 remaining, Carter and UH ran out the clock. Carter was selected the Outstanding Offensive Player of the Game with 105 yards rushing and 115 yards passing. Junior Tagoai was voted the game’s Outstanding Defensive Player.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st 03:59 MSU B. Ezor 3-yd run (kick blocked) 2nd 14:53 MSU B. Ezor 2-yd run (J. Langeloh kick) 07:15 MSU J. Langeloh 30-yd field goal 01:02 MSU J. Langeloh 34-yd field goal 3rd 09:45 UH C. Roscoe 11-yd pass from G. Gabriel (kick blocked) 4th 10:13 MSU H. Hickson 1-yd run (J. Langeloh kick) 08:07 UH D. McArthur 23-yd pass from G. Gabriel (Z. Khan kick) 05:36 MSU B. Ezor 26-yd run (J. Langeloh kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS

MSU 21 225 116 12-7-1 73-341

HAWAI‘I 19 82 198 33-20-4 61-280

RUSHING: MSU-Ezor 41-179; Hawkins 1-31; Duckett 4-18. Hawai‘i-McArthur 2-34; Ahuna 3-21; Farmer 8-18. PASSING: MSU-Enos 7-12-2-116. Hawai‘i-Gabriel 19-31-3-197; Niumatalolo 1-2-1-1. RECEIVING: MSU-Bradley 4-85; Hickson 1-13; Young 1-11. Hawai‘i-Roscoe 6-71.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st 02:32 ILL Wright 14-yd pass from Verduzco (Richardson kick) 2nd 08:09 UH T. Sims 6-yd run (J. Elam kick) 01:12 ILL Richardson 19-yd field goal 3rd 09:29 UH T. Sims 1-yd run (J. Elam kick) 01:04 UH J. Elam 45-yd field goal 4th 11:19 UH J. Elam 37-yd field goal 07:11 UH D. Branch 53-yd pass from M. Carter (J. Elam kick) 04:42 ILL Wright 18-yd pass from Verduzco (Richardson kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS

HAWAI‘I 23 59-287 115 17-6-2 65-402

ILLINOIS 23 32-108 239 34-26-1 58-356

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-T. Sims 29-113; M. Carter 21-105; B. Gordon 4-25. Illinois-Boyer 11-39; Feagin 7-31; Verduzco 10-30. PASSING: Hawai‘i-M. Carter 16-6-2-115; I. Jasper 1-0-0-0. Illinois-Verduzco 34-26-1-248. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-B. Gordon 2-23; D. Branch 1-53; E. Kealoha 1-14; C. Hirota 1-14. Illinois-Wright 7-82; Strong 5-55; Feagin 4-15; Klein 3-59.

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BOWL APPEARANCES 1999 JEEP O‘AHU BOWL HAWAI‘I OREGON STATE

2002 CONAGRA FOODS HAWAI‘I BOWL

TULANE HAWAI‘I

23 17

36 28

December 25, 1999 Aloha Stadium (40,974) Honolulu, HI

December 25, 2002 Aloha Stadium (35,513) Honolulu, HI

HONOLULU - It was a fairy-tale endH ing in for a fairy-tale season. Hawai‘i capped its it worst-to-first season with a 23-17 s Christmas Day win C over o Oregon State in the Jeep O‘ahu Bowl before a B crowd of 40,974 at c Aloha Stadium. A The Warriors, a year removed from a winless season, notched their ninth f win w against four losses. Senior quarterback Dan Robinson connected with Channon Harris for two scoring strikes and the Warrior defense recorded six sacks to help lead the school to a victory in its first bowl game in seven years. Things did not start well for UH. OSU running back Ken Simonton busted loose in the first half, gaining 58 yards and rushing for a touchdown, while the Warrior offense struggled to get started. The Warriors got their first break early in the second quarter when lineman Tony Tuioti recovered a fumble deep in Beaver territory. The turnover was converted into a 26-yard field goal by Eric Hannum. Moments later, UH took a 10-7 lead when Harris finished an 80-yard drive with a 9-yard touchdown catch. OSU also failed to capitalize on numerous first-half scoring opportunities as Ryan Cesca missed field-goal attempts of 42 and 31 yards, while UH’s Sean Butts blocked a third attempt. Hawai‘i took the lead for good when Robinson found a wide-open Harris for a 30-yard touchdown in the third quarter. A 23-yard field goal by Hannum four minutes later gave UH a 20-10 lead. UH sealed the game in the fourth quarter with its defense and the tough performance of O‘ahu Bowl MVP Avion Weaver. The junior running back finished the game with 150 total yards of offense, including 85 on the ground. The Beavers (7-5) outgained the Warriors, 438-349, including 159 yards rushing by Simonton. However, the UH defense held the OSU offense scoreless for nearly the entire second half. A 13-yard run by Simonton cut the lead to 23-17 with 1:31 left, but the Beavers were unable to recover the ensuing onside kick.

HONOLULU - Tulane rode its Green H Wave into Honolulu with a 36-28 vicW ttory in the ConAgra Foods Hawai‘i Bowl F aat Aloha Stadium. Tulane (8-5) ggained 429 total yyards and sacked Warrior quarterW bbacks eight times to win the program’s ffourth bowl game. But it was the Tulane sspecial teams that sparked a 30-point ssecond half to overcome a 14-6 halftime deficit. d The Warriors took an early 14-0 lead with touchdown runs by Thero Mitchell and Josh Galeai. The Green Wave settled for two field goals, 22 and 37 yards respectively, by Seth Marler to get on the board before the end of the first half. In the second half, Tulane used big returns by Lynaris Elpheage, who cut the lead to two with a 60-yard punt return for touchdown and a 56-yard punt return to set up the go-ahead score. Tulane added to the lead after Warrior quarterback Shawn WithyAllen fumbled in UH territory. One play later, Mewelde Moore rumbled 25 yards for a touchdown and Tulane had a 26-14 lead. Hawai‘i got the ball back just before the end of the third quarter after blocking a field-goal attempt and turned it into a touchdown. Withy-Allen, facing fourth-and-one, tossed a 57-yard strike to Justin Colbert, who turned and dashed untouched to bring the Warriors within five, 26-21. Tulane answered with a 10-play, 80-yard drive that took 4:32 off the fourth-quarter clock. Withy-Allen hit Colbert on a crossing pattern for a 31-yard score to put the Warriors within reach, but a safety by the Green Wave ended all hopes. Colbert caught nine passes for 158 yards and two touchdowns in his last game as a Warrior. Withy-Allen completed 18-of-31 passes for 239 yards and two touchdowns.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st 08:08 OSU K. Simonton 1-yd run (R. Cesca kick) 2nd 12:40 UH E. Hannum 26-yd field goal 06:05 UH C. Harris 9-yd pass from D. Robinson (E. Hannum kick) 00:00 OSU R. Cesca 37-yd field goal 3rd 06:30 UH C. Harris 30-yd pass from D. Robinson (E. Hannum kick) 02:10 UH E. Hannum 22-yd field goal 4th 02:58 UH E. Hannum 35-yd field goal 01:27 OSU K. Simonton 13-yd run (R. Cesca kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS

HAWAI‘I 21 24-83 266 40-23-1 64-349

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS

OSU 24 35-169 269 40-19-0 75-438

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-A. Weaver 18-84; A. Thompson 1-3; C. Stutzmann 2-2; D. Robinson 3-minus 6. OSU-K. Simonton 18-157; A. Battle 6-19; J. Smith 11-minus 7. PASSING: Hawai‘i-D. Robinson 40-23-1-266. OSU-J. Smith 40-19-0-269. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-C. Harris 5-81; A. Weaver 5-65; C. Stutzmann 4-50; A. Lelie 4-43; D. Carter 4-29; A. Brooks 1-minus 2. OSU-I. Percoats 5-67; R. Prescott 4-61; K. Simonton 3-25; Houshmandzadeh 2-53; S. Kintner 2-27; M. Maurer 1-16; M. Jones 1-14; R. Thompkins 1-6.

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SCORING SUMMARY 1st 10:34 UH T. Mitchell 1-yd run (J. Ayat kick) 2nd 08:35 UH J. Galeai 2-yd run (J. Ayat kick) 05:01 TUL S. Marler 22-yd field goal 02:28 TUL S. Marler 37-yd field goal 3rd 10:44 TUL L. Elpheage 60-yd punt return (J.P. Losman pass failed) 06:17 TUL J.P. Losman 1-yd run (J.P. Losman rush) 02:16 TUL M. Moore 25-yd run (J.P. Losman pass failed) 4th 13:26 UH J. Colbert 57-yd pass from S. Withy-Allen (J. Ayat kick) 08:54 TUL J.P. Losman 3-yd run (D. Davis pass) 05:12 UH J. Colbert 31-yd pass from S. Withy-Allen (J. Ayat kick) HAWAI‘I 23 22-66 363 52-32-1 74-429

TULANE 25 44-144 240 39-20-0 83-384

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-T. Mitchell 5-38; S. Withy-Allen 9-21; J. West 2-9; J. Galeai 1-2; C. Owens 1-0; T. Chang 4-minus 4. Tulane-M. Moore 30-116; J.P. Losman 12-21; D. Joseph 1-6; K. Coleman 1-1. PASSING: Hawai‘i-S. Withy-Allen 18-31-1-239; T. Chang 14-21-0-124. Tulane-J.P. Losman 20-39-0-240. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-J. Colbert 9-158; J. Cockheran 9-87; N. Ilaoa 4-34; C. Owens 3-12; B. Komine 2-36; C. Herbert 2-20; J. West 1-14; K. Jackson 1-4; T. Mitchell 1-minus 2. Tulane-M. Moore 6-80; N. Narcisse 5-64; C. Bush 3-43; C. Davis 2-28; B. Hoover 1-20; D. Davis 1-6; T. Smith 1-0; L. Elpheage 1-minus 1.

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BOWL APPEARANCES HOUSTON HAWAI‘I

2003 SHERATON HAWAI‘I BOWL

48 54

3OT

UAB HAWAI‘I

2004 SHERATON HAWAI‘I BOWL

40 59

December 25, 2003 Aloha Stadium (29,005) Honolulu, HI

December 24, 2004 Aloha Stadium (38,754) Honolulu, HI

HONOLULU H - An all-world performance by b quarterback Timmy Chang and a defense d that came up u with timely big plays p and three overtimes o amounted to t a 54-48 Hawai‘i win w over Houston in front of 29,005 in the Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl B on Dec. 25 at Aloha Stadium. Chang came off the bench to throw t for 475 yards and five touchdowns on 26-of-42 passing, and Kelvin d Millhouse M Jr. snagged two interceptions, one that led to the go-ahead touchdown, to help Hawai‘i win its second bowl game in three tries under head coach June Jones. Chang completed passes to eight different receivers, most notably to senior Jeremiah Cockheran, who finished with five catches for a game-high 162 yards, and true freshman Jason Rivers, who had a career night with seven catches for 143 yards and three TDs. Quarterback Kevin Kolb, who finished 19-of-34 for 332 yards and two TDs, led the Cougars to a quick 10-0 lead. UH answered back with a Nolan Miranda field goal and Chang-to-Clifton Herbert 48-yard touchdown. Houston took a 20-13 lead at the break, but the Warrior defense and Chang responded. The defense forced two punts and two interceptions, while Chang connected on 8-of-12 for 191 yards and two scores to take the lead, 27-20, at the end of the third. Houston scored 14 points in the fourth, including the tying TD with 22 seconds left in regulation. The teams matched touchdowns in two overtimes and Michael Brewster scored the game-winner on an 8-yard run to leave it up to the Warrior defense, which held Houston to four-and-out on the final stand.

HONOLULU H - Hawai‘i outscored Alabama-Birmingham A (UAB), 31-14, in the t second half to win w the Sheraton Hawai‘i H Bowl, 59-40, 5 Dec. 24 at Aloha A Stadium. A crowd c of 38,754 filled f the stands, then the largest in Sheraton S Hawai‘i Bowl history. Quarterback Timmy Chang threw for f 405 (31-of-46) yards and four touchdowns, and rushed for another, while slot d receiver Chad Owens caught eight passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns, and scored another on a 59-yard punt return, to put an exclamation point on both storied careers. The two were named the game’s co-MVPs. The teams traded scoring and UAB’s Nick Hayes added a 36-yard field goal to make it 28-26 at halftime. The Warriors took control in the second half. Chang threw a 15-yard strike to Owens to put Hawai‘i ahead, 35-26. The pass put Chang over the 17,000-yard mark as college football’s career passing leader. Four minutes later, Owens returned a punt for a 59-yard score down the near sideline to put the Warriors up, 42-26. Justin Ayat added a 43-yard field goal, but quarterback Darrell Hackney managed an 80-yard drive and scored on a 4-yard touchdown rush to bring the score to 45-33, heading into the fourth quarter. Chang helped put the game out of reach, putting together a 15-play, 85-yard drive, capped by a 4-yard touchdown scramble with 9:05 left to play. Hackney hit Lance Rhodes for a 17-yard touchdown to cut the Warrior lead to 12 with 2:05 left in the game, but Britton Komine returned the onside kick 42 yards to the house to end all hopes for the Blazers.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st 11:53 HOU C. McCullar 34-yd pass from K. Kolb (D. Bell kick) 09:05 HOU D. Bell 21-yd field goal 05:48 UH N. Miranda 19-yd field goal 2nd 14:28 UH C. Herbert 48-yd pass from T. Chang (N. Miranda kick) 11:16 HOU J. Battle 2-yd run (D. Bell kick) 04:42 HOU D. Bell 35-yd field goal 01:53 UH N. Miranda 29-yd field goal 3rd 13:23 UH M. Brewster 1-yd run 04:35 UH J. Rivers 7-yd pass from Chang, T. (N. Miranda kick) 4th 14:18 HOU J. Battle 2-yd run (D. Bell kick) 09:51 UH J. Rivers 4-yd pass from T. Chang (N. Miranda kick) 00:22 HOU V. Marshall 81-yd pass from K. Kolb (D. Bell kick) 1OT 15:00 UH B. Komine 11-yd pass from T. Chang (N. Miranda kick) 15:00 HOU A. Evans 6-yd run (D. Bell kick) 2OT 15:00 HOU J. Battle 4-yd run (D. Bell kick) 15:00 UH J. Rivers 18-yd pass from T. Chang (N. Miranda kick) 3OT 15:00 UH M. Brewster 8-yd run (T. Chang pass failed) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS

HOUSTON 21 54-185 332 34-19-2 88-517

HAWAI‘I 26 38-114 527 47-29-1 85-641

RUSHING: Houston-J. Battle 19-124; A. Evans 22-66; M. Schirmer 2-8; K. Kolb 8-7; V. Marshall 2-minus 9. Hawai‘i-M. Brewster 14-79; J. West 6-33; M. Bass 6-27; J. Whieldon 5-12; T. Chang 6-minus 36. PASSING: Houston-K. Kolb 19-34-2-332. Hawai‘i-T. Chang 26-42-1-475; J. Whieldon 3-5-0-52. RECEIVING: Houston-V. Marshall 7-157; C. McCullar 5-103; B. Middleton 3-25; J. Pritchett 2-31; K. Kolb 1-8; M. Hopkins 1-8. Hawai‘i-J. Rivers 7-143; B. Komine 7-73; J. Cockheran 5-162; M. Brewster 3-40; G. Welch 3-31; S. Poumele 2-27; C. Herbert 1-48; M. Bass 1-3.

SCORING SUMMARY 1st 11:06 UAB R. White 51-yd pass from D. Hackney (N. Hayes kick blocked) 10:45 UH J. Rivers 74-yd pass from T. Chang (J. Ayat kick) 08:19 UAB D. Burks 4-yd run (N. Hayes kick) 05:32 UH W. Keliikipi 4-yd run (J. Ayat kick) 03:57 UH G. Welch 29-yd pass from T. Chang (J. Ayat kick) 2nd 13:43 UAB N. Hayes 22-yd field goal 09:14 UH C. Owens 13-yd pass from T. Chang (J. Ayat kick) 06:03 UAB N. Drinkard 10-yd run (N. Hayes kick) 00:03 UAB N. Hayes 36-yd field goal 3rd 11:47 UH C. Owens 15-yd pass from T. Chang (J. Ayat kick) 07:44 UH C. Owens 59-yd punt return (J. Ayat kick) 03:41 UH J. Ayat 43-yd field goal 00:21 UAB D. Hackney 4-yd run (N. Hayes kick) 4th 09:40 UH T. Chang 4-yd run (J. Ayat kick) 02:06 UAB L. Rhodes 17-yd pass from D. Hackney (N. Hayes kick) 01:55 UH B. Komine 42-yd kickoff return (J. Ayat kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS

HAWAI‘I 23 16-84 405 47-31-0 63-489

UAB 31 36-173 417 54-31-1 90-590

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-M. Brewster 7-60; W. Keliikipi 6-27; T. Chang 3-minus 3. UAB-D. Burks 14-55; C. White 8-53; N. Drinkard 5-36; M. Elliott 4-26; D. Hackney 5-3. PASSING: Hawai‘i-T. Chang 31-46-0-405; J. Rhode 0-1-0-0. UAB-D. Hackney 31-54-1-417. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-J. Rivers 11-148; C. Owens 8-114; G. Welch 6-85; B. Komine 4-44; W. Keliikipi 2-14. UAB-R. White 6-113; B. Chavez 5-81; N. Drinkard 5-58; L. Rhodes 4-64; C. Duncan 3-28; D. Burks 3-20; R. Lindsey 3-19; C. White 2-34.

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BOWL APPEARANCES 2006 SHERATON HAWAI‘I BOWL HAWAI‘I ARIZONA STATE

2008 ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL 41 24

HAWAI‘I GEORGIA

10 41

December 24, 2006 Aloha Stadium (43,435) Honolulu, HI

January 1, 2008 Louisiana Superdome (74,383) New Orleans, LA

HONOLULU – The largest crowd in H Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl history (43,435) S saw s Hawai‘i score 38 3 second-half points to defeat p Arizona State, A 41-24, Dec. 24 at 4 Aloha Stadium. A Warrior quarterback Colt Brennan threw for a school-record 559 B yards (33 of 42) and five touchdowns, y giving him 58 touchdown passes on the g season, a new NCAA record. Jason Rivers s tied t the school record with 14 catches for a school- and NCAA bowl game-record 308 yards and two touchdowns. Both were named Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl co-Most Valuable Players, along with Arizona State’s Ryan Torain who finished the game with 18 carries for 160 yards and one touchdown. For the first time since opening day, Hawai‘i (11-3) did not score a touchdown in the first half, squandering scoring opportunities, a missed field goal in the first quarter and an interception in the second, allowing Arizona State to take a 10-3 halftime lead. But the Warriors erupted for 21 points in the third quarter when Brennan threw touchdown strikes to Rivers (38 yards), and two to Ryan Grice-Mullen (7 and 36 yards, respectively) to take a 24-10 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Grice-Mullen finished with eight catches for 111 yards and two touchdowns. Dan Kelly added a 43-yard field goal before Arizona State (7-6) scored 14 straight points to cut the Warrior lead to three, 27-24, with 10:25 left to play. But Brennan and the Warrior offense were not finished. Brennan found Davone Bess for a 21-yard touchdown to cap an 80-yard drive, and Rivers capped a 95-yard drive with a 79-yard touchdown catch-and-run to seal the win.

N NEW ORLEANS - The No. 10 U University of Hawai‘i Warriors (12-1) had it dreams of a perits f season come to fect a end with a 41-10 an lo at the hands of loss N 4 Georgia (11-2) No. in front of a sold-out c crowd of 74,383 a the 2008 Allstate Sugar Bowl at the at L Louisiana Superdome. Colt Brennan had his lowest c career passing total as a starter, going 2 22-for-38 with 169 yards and three interceptions. He ended his career with 31 NCAA records. Jason Rivers had another big bowl game, catching 10 passes for 105 yards, his fourth 100-plus yard game in four bowl games played. Ryan Grice-Mullen scored the lone touchdown reception for the Warriors. Georgia scored on its first possession as Knowshon Moreno ran in a 17-yard touchdown before UH answered with an 11-play, 42-yard drive resulting in a 41-yard field goal by Dan Kelly. But it was all Georgia from then on, as the Bulldogs scored on their next three possessions. Moreno started it with an 11-yard touchdown run. They then followed it up with a 52-yard field goal by Brandon Coutu and an 11-yard touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford to Sean Bailey, making the score 24-3 at halftime. Georgia would add another touchdown on a fumble recovery by Sugar Bowl Most Outstanding Player Marcus Howard. The Bulldogs added 10 more points to make it 41-3 before UH was able to score their only touchdown. Tyler Graunke entered the game in the middle of the fourth quarter and went 13-for-19 with 142 yards while leading the Warriors to their lone touchdown drive. SCORING SUMMARY 1st 09:42 UGA K. Moreno 17-yd run (B. Coutu kick) 04:20 UH D. Kelly 41-yd field goal 00:57 UGA K. Moreno 11-yd run (B. Coutu kick) 2nd 09:36 UGA B. Coutu 52-yd field goal 08:00 UGA S. Bailey 11-yd pass from M. Stafford (B. Coutu kick) 3rd 08:57 UGA M. Howard 0-yd fumble recovery (B. Coutu kick) 01:40 UGA T. Brown 1-yd run (B. Coutu kick) 4th 14:32 UGA B. Coutu 45-yd field goal 10:32 UH R. Grice-Mullen 16-yd pass from T. Graunke (D. Kelly kick)

SCORING SUMMARY 1st 01:59 ASU J. Ainsworth 44-yd field goal 2nd 12:35 UH D. Kelly 42-yd field goal 05:21 ASU B. Smith 37-yd pass from R. Carpenter (J. Ainsworth kick) 3rd 12:29 UH J. Rivers 38-yd pass from C. Brennan (D. Kelly kick) 08:46 UH R. Grice-Mullen 7-yd pass from C. Brennan (D. Kelly kick) 02:14 UH R. Grice-Mullen 36-yd pass from C. Brennan (D. Kelly kick) 4th 13:04 UH D. Kelly 43-yd field goal 12:21 ASU R. Torain 12-yd run (J. Ainsworth kick) 10:25 ASU M. Jones 4-yd pass from R. Carpenter (J. Ainsworth kick) 05:16 UH D. Bess 21-yd pass from C. Brennan (D. Kelly kick) 02:01 UH J. Rivers 79-yd pass from C. Brennan (D. Kelly kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS

HAWAI‘I 32 27-121 559 42-33-1 69-680

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS

ASU 18 36-200 191 26-13-0 62-391

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-N. Ilaoa 18-97; C. Brennan 7-15; R. Mauia 2-9. ASU-R. Torain 18-160; D. Nance 7-21; S. DeWitty 3-17; K. Herring 3-9; R. Carpenter 5-minus 7. PASSING: Hawai‘i-C. Brennan 33-42-1-559. ASU-R. Carpenter 13-26-0-191. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-J. Rivers 14-308; R. Grice-Mullen 8-111; D. Bess 5-65; N. Ilaoa 4-56; C. Mock 1-15; I. Sample 1-4. ASU-M. Jones 5-72; S. DeWitty 2-35; R. Torain 2-28; B. Smith 1-37; C. McGaha 1-8; B. Miller 1-8; Z. Miller 1-3.

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HAWAI‘I 20 18--5 311 57-35-4 75-306

UGA 19 40-160 175 27-14-1 67-335

RUSHING: Hawai‘i-K. Pilares 7-26; D. Libre 1-7; D. Farmer 1-0; C. Brennan 9-minus 38. Georgia-T. Brown 19-73; K. Moreno 9-61; A.J. Bryant 1-20; K. Lumpkin 3-7; B. Southerland 3-4; M. Stafford 2-0; TEAM 3-minus 5. PASSING: Hawai‘i-C. Brennan 22-38-3-169; T. Graunke 13-19-1-142. Georgia-M. Stafford 14-23-1-175; J. Cox 0-4-0-0. RECEIVING: Hawai‘i-J. Rivers 10-105; D. Bess 7-53; R. Grice-Mullen 6-37; C.J. Hawthorne 4-73; D. Libre 3-15; D. Farmer 2-17; K. Pilares 2-8; J. Laumoli 1-3. Georgia-M. Massaquoi 5-54; K. Durham 3-48; K. Moreno 2-26; S. Bailey 2-18; M. Moore 1-17; T. Chandler 1-12.

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BOWL APPEARANCES 2010 SHERATON HAWAI‘I BOWL

2008 SHERATON HAWAI‘I BOWL HAWAI‘I NOTRE DAME

21 49

HAWAI‘I TULSA December 24, 2010 Aloha Stadium (43,673) Honolulu, HI

December 24, 2008 Aloha Stadium (45,718) Honolulu, HI H HONOLULU – Hawai‘i concluded iits 2008 campaign with a 49-21 loss t Notre Dame to i the Sheraton in H Hawai‘i Bowl Christmas Eve at C Aloha Stadium. A UH finished the U yyear with a 7-7 record. Making its sixth bowl appearance in tthe last seven years, the Warriors could do little to contain the Fighting Irish who d ffinished with a 7-6 mark. The loss ended a string of three straight Hawai‘i Bowl wins for UH dating back to 2003. Jimmy Clausen passed for 401 yards and five touchdowns to end Notre Dame’s nine-game bowl losing streak and give the Fighting Irish their first bowl win in 15 years. Clausen, who passed for 302 yards and three touchdowns in the first half, completed 22-of-26 passes en route to co-MVP honors. Clausen shared the MVP award with sophomore receiver Golden Tate, his primary target, who hauled in six passes for 177 yards. Tate caught touchdown passes of 69, 18 and 40 yards. The three touchdown receptions tied a Hawai‘i Bowl record. Senior wide receiver Aaron Bain earned bowl MVP honors for Hawai‘i after scoring two touchdowns on the day. Bain finished with career-highs in receptions (8) and yards (109). Junior quarterback Greg Alexander finished 23-of-39 for 261 yards for UH. Senior Solomon Elimimian, the school’s alltime leader in tackles, led UH with nine stops, including one sack. UH made it a 14-7 game when Bain scored on a 10-yard connection from Alexander midway through the second quarter. It was all Irish after that. Notre Dame answered right back on its next possession with a 69-yard bomb from Clausen to Tate to move its cushion to two touchdowns and begin a string of 28 unanswered points by the Fighting Irish. SCORING SUMMARY 1st 03:07 ND Hughes 2-yd run (Walker kick) 2nd 10:25 ND Grimes 14-yd pass from Clausen (Walker kick) 08:12 UH Bain 10-yd pass from Alexander (Kelly kick) 06:49 ND Tate 69-yd pass from Clausen (Walker kick) 00:01 ND Tate 18-yd pass from Clausen (Walker kick) 3rd 10:50 ND Allen 18-yd pass from Clausen (Walker kick) 07:22 ND Tate 40-yd pass from Clausen (Walker kick) 04:25 UH Bain 21-yd pass from Alexander (Kelly kick) 04:12 ND Allen 96-yd kickoff return (Walker kick) 4th 01:45 UH Washington 27-yd pass from Funaki (Kelly kick) TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS

ND 23 34-65 413 28-24-0 62-478

HAWAI‘I 22 19-32 326 44-28-1 63-358

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: Notre Dame-Hughes 17-55; Gray, J. 5-13; Allen 4-9; Aldridge 1-0; Sharpley 2-0; Clausen 2-Minus 6; Team 3-Minus 6. Hawai‘i-Kealoha Pilares 2-19; Inoke Funaki 1-15; Daniel Libre 1-12; Leon Wright-Jackson 1-1; David Farmer 1-1; Greg Alexander 13-Minus 16. PASSING: Notre Dame-Clausen 22-26-0-401; Sharpley 2-2-0-12. Hawai‘i-Greg Alexander 23-391-261; Inoke Funaki 5-5-0-65. RECEIVING: Notre Dame-Tate 6-177; Rudolph 4-78; Grimes 4-34; Hughes 3-27; Kamara 3-21; Allen 2-59; Floyd 2-17. Hawai‘i-Aaron Bain 8-109; Greg Salas 7-76; Michael Washington 6-96; Malcolm Lane 4-29; Kealoha Pilares 3-16.

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H HONOLULU – A turnover-riddled H Hawai‘i team fell to Tulsa, 62-35, in the S Sheraton Hawai‘i B Bowl Christmas E at Aloha Eve SStadium. The Warriors finished W tthe season with a 110-4 mark. Tulsa scored 24 points off of six UH turnovers in the first half, including U ttwo interception returns for touchdowns. U UH limited the dangerous Tulsa offense to just 94 yards and five first downs in the first half but the Golden Hurricane took advantage of an error-prone Warrior offense to stake a 27-14 halftime lead, a lead they would not relinquish. Hawai‘i ended the game with a 550-531 advantage in yards, but still lost handily while giving up their most points since a 63-17 loss to No. 1 USC in 2005. Tulsa All-American Damaris Johnson earned bowl MVP honors for Tulsa (10-3) after racking up 326 all-purpose yards. Johnson tallied 94 yards rushing, 101 receiving and 127 in returns en route to setting a new NCAA career mark in all-purpose yardage. Meanwhile, playing his final game as a Warrior, senior Greg Salas recorded 13 catches for a career-high 214 yards and two touchdowns. Curnelius Arnick had two interceptions, including a 54-yard touchdown return in the second quarter to lead a Tulsa defense that recorded five interceptions. Both offenses got into gear in the second half and the Warriors cut the Golden Hurricane lead to just six points on two occasions in the third quarter. However, Tulsa pulled away with a pair of touchdowns—a Johnson 67-yard run and a Thomas Roberson 47-yard reception—to take a 20-point lead into the fourth quarter. SCORING SUMMARY 1st 12:29 TLS Singleton 3-yd run (Fitzpatrick kick) 01:29 TLS Fitzpatrick 42-yd field goal 2nd 12:54 UH Austin 1-yd run (Enos kick) 11:08 TLS Flanders 54-yd interception return (Fitzpatrick kick) 09:34 TLS Arnick 54-yd interception return (Fitzpatrick kick) 02:20 UH Salas 18-yd pass from Moniz (Enos kick) 00:16 TLS Fitzpatrick 28-yd field goal 3rd 07:28 UH Salas 5-yd pass from Moniz (Enos kick) 06:57 TLS Owens 15-yd pass from Kinne (Fitzpatrick kick) 05:47 UH Green 1-yd run (Enos kick) 04:57 TLS D. Johnson 67-yd run (Fitzpatrick kick) 03:12 TLS Roberson 47-yd pass from Kinne (Fitzpatrick kick) 4th 09:27 UH Pollard 33-yd pass from Moniz (Enos kick) 07:00 TLS Singleton 3-yd run (Fitzpatrick kick) 01:16 TLS D. Johnson 9-yd pass from Kinne (Fitzpatrick kick)

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int 32-17-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS

TLS 18 31-188 343 56-30-5 63-531

UH 28 27-71 479 83-550

RUSHING: Tulsa-Johnson 5-98; Clay 4-62; Singleton 3-8; Carter 1-8; Watts 3-7; Kinne 13-4; Douglas 1-2; Team 1-minus 1. Hawai‘i-Green 13-31; Moniz 11-26; Heun 2-13; Austin 1-1. PASSING: Tulsa-Kinne 17-31-0-343; Cole 0-1-0-0. Hawai‘i-Moniz 24-47-4-411; Austin 6-9-1-68. RECEIVING: Tulsa-Johnson, D. 4-101; Johnson, T. 2-71; Roberson 2-63; Clay 2-38; Owens 2-23; Watts 2-14; Johnson 1-17; Williams 1-12; Carter 1-4. Hawai‘i-Salas 13-214; Pollard 8-129; Stutzmann 3-23; Ostrowski 2-72; Blount 2-13; Green 1-20; Dimude 1-8.

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BOWL GAME RECORDS OFFENSE

DEFENSE

INDIVIDUAL Passing Most Yards: 559, Colt Brennan vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Completions: 33, Colt Brennan vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Attempts: 47, Bryant Moniz vs. Tulsa (2010 Hawai‘i Bowl) Highest Completion Pct.: 78.6 (33-42), Colt Brennan vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Touchdowns: 5, Timmy Chang vs. Houston (2003 Hawai‘i Bowl), Colt Brennan vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl) Longest Pass Play: 79 yards, Colt Brennan to Jason Rivers vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl) Longest Touchdown Pass: 79 yards, Colt Brennan to Jason Rivers vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl)

INDIVIDUAL Most Tackles: 12, Leonard Peters vs. Houston (2003 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Interceptions: 2, Kelvin Millhouse vs. Houston (2003 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Sacks: 2, Delmar Johnson vs. Michigan State (1989 Aloha Bowl); Darrell Tautofi vs. UAB (2004 Hawai‘i Bowl); Mel Purcell vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl); Paipai Falemalu vs. Tulsa (2010 Hawai‘i Bowl)

Rushing Most Yards: 113, Travis Sims vs. Illinois (1992 Holiday Bowl) Most Carries: 29, Travis Sims vs. Illinois (1992 Holiday Bowl) Most Touchdowns: 2, Travis Sims vs. Illinois (1992 Holiday Bowl); Michael Brewster vs. Houston (2003 Hawai‘i Bowl) Longest Run: 34 yards, Bryant Moniz vs. Tulsa (2010 Hawai‘i Bowl) Longest Rushing Touchdown: 8 yards, Michael Brewster vs. Houston (2003 Hawai‘i Bowl) Receiving Most Yards: 308, Jason Rivers vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl)* Most Receptions: 14, Jason Rivers vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Touchdowns: 3, Jason Rivers vs. Houston (2003 Hawai‘i Bowl)

TEAM Most Points Scored: 59 vs. UAB (2004 Hawai‘i Bowl) Least Points Scored: 10 vs. Georgia (2008 Sugar Bowl) Most Total Yards: 680 vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Yards Passing: 559 vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Yards Rushing: 287 vs. Illinois (1992 Holiday Bowl) Most Turnovers: 8 vs. Michigan State (1989 Aloha Bowl) Most Interceptions: 5 vs. Tulsa (2010 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Fumbles Lost: 4 vs. Michigan State (1989 Aloha Bowl) Sacks Allowed: 8 vs. Notre Dame (2008 Hawai‘i Bowl); vs. Georgia (2008 Sugar Bowl)

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TEAM Most Points Allowed: 62 vs. Tulsa (2010 Hawai‘i Bowl) Least Points Allowed: 17 vs. Illinois (1992 Holiday Bowl); vs. Oregon State (1999 O‘ahu Bowl) Most Total Yards Allowed: 590 vs. UAB (2004 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Yards Passing Allowed: 417 vs. UAB (2004 Hawai‘i Bowl) Most Yards Rushing Allowed: 225 vs. Michigan State (1989 Aloha Bowl) Most Turnovers Caused: 2, numerous times Most Interceptions: 2 vs. Houston (2003 Hawai‘i Bowl); vs. Michigan State (1989 Aloha Bowl) Most Fumble Recoveries: 2 vs. Arizona State (2006 Hawai‘i Bowl); vs. Tulsa (2010 Hawai‘i Bowl) Sacks: 6 vs. Oregon State (1999 O‘ahu Bowl); vs. Michigan State (1989 Aloha Bowl)

SPECIAL TEAMS INDIVIDUAL Most Field Goals: 3, Eric Hannum (1999 O‘ahu Bowl) Longest Field Goal: 45 yards, Jason Elam vs. Illinois (1992 Holiday Bowl) Most Punts: 6, Tim Grasso vs. Notre Dame (2008 Hawai‘i Bowl); Alex Dunnachie vs. Tulsa (2010 Hawai‘i Bowl) Longest Punt: 73 yards, Mat McBriar vs. Tulane (2002 Hawai‘i Bowl) Longest Kickoff Return: 52, Ryan Mouton vs. Georgia (2008 Sugar Bowl) Longest Punt Return: 59, Chad Owens vs. UAB (2004 Hawai‘i Bowl) Longest Kickoff Return For A Touchdown: 42, Britton Komine vs. UAB (2004 Hawai‘i Bowl) Longest Punt Return For A Touchdown: 59, Chad Owens vs. UAB (2004 Hawai‘i Bowl) *NCAA Bowl game record

BRYANT MONIZ

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NATIONAL RANKINGS

NATIONAL RANKINGS Season

RECORD VS. RANKED TEAMS

A.P.

Coaches

U.P.I.

18

-

16

24 24 23 23 25

24 24 24 24 23 23 25

T 20 T 19 19 19 -

23 24 20

23 25 23 25 20

-

24

25 24 -

25 23 24

23 20 24 19 19 16 16 17 16 12 14 13 14 11 10 19

24 22 22 18 17 15 16 17 16 12 14 13 14 11 10 17

25 24

25

1981 Sept. 9

1989 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 11

1992 Sept. 28 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Jan. 2 & 3

2002 Nov. 26

2006 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Jan. 9

2007 Preseason Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Jan. 7 & 8

2010 Nov. 28 Dec. 5

Highest National Ranking (Major Polls) A.P. - 10th (Dec. 2, 2007) Coaches - 10th (Dec. 2, 2007) U.P.I. - 16th (Sept. 9, 1981) Most Weeks Ranked (Single Season) A.P. - 15 (2007) Coaches - 15 (2007) U.P.I. - 4 (1989)

Date Oct. 20, 1956 Dec. 3, 1971 Oct. 28, 1972 Nov. 29, 1975 Dec. 4, 1976 Sept. 16, 1978 Dec. 2, 1978 Oct. 5, 1979 Nov. 14, 1981 Dec. 4, 1982 Sept. 22, 1984 Nov. 23, 1985 Dec. 7, 1985 Dec. 6, 1986 Sept. 3, 1988 Nov. 19, 1988 Oct. 28, 1989 Dec. 25, 1989 Sept. 1, 1990 Dec. 1, 1990 Sept. 7, 1991 Nov. 30, 1991 Sept. 3, 1998 Nov. 28, 1998 Sept. 4, 1999 Oct. 7, 2000 Oct. 26, 2001 Dec. 8, 2001 Nov. 30, 2002 Sept. 13, 2003 Dec. 6, 2003 Oct. 29, 2004 Sept. 3, 2005 Sept. 23, 2006 Nov. 23, 2007 Jan. 1, 2008 Aug. 30, 2008 Oct. 4, 2008 Oct. 17, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 Oct. 24, 2009 Sept. 2, 2010 Oct. 16, 2010 Nov. 6, 2010 Sept. 1, 2012

Opponent OPP RK* UH RK* Result at Iowa 15 L, 0-34 Nebraska 1 L, 3-45 at Tennessee 16 L, 2-34 San Jose State 15 W, 30-20 Nebraska 19 L, 3-68 at Nebraska 12 L, 10-56 USC 3 L, 5-21 at Brigham Young 20 L, 15-38 Brigham Young 17 L, 3-13 Nebraska 3 L, 16-37 Brigham Young 4 L, 13-18 Air Force 10 L, 20-27 Brigham Young 9 L, 6-26 Michigan 4 L, 10-27 Iowa 9 W, 27-24 Wyoming 16 L, 22-28 Brigham Young 18 W, 56-14 Michigan State (EAB) 22 L, 13-33 Texas A&M 13 L, 13-28 Brigham Young 4 W, 59-28 at Iowa 15 L, 10-53 Notre Dame 18 L, 42-48 Arizona 24 L, 6-27 Michigan 15 L, 17-48 USC 21 L, 7-62 at TCU 14 L, 21-41 Fresno State 18 W, 38-34 Brigham Young 9 W, 72-45 Alabama 14 W, 37-29 at USC 4 L, 32-61 Boise State 18 L, 28-45 at Boise State 18 L, 3-69 USC 1 L, 17-63 at Boise State 25 L, 34-41 Boise State 17 14 W, 39-27 vs. Georgia (ASB) 4 10 L, 10-41 at Florida 5 L, 10-56 at Fresno State 22 W, 32-29 ot at Boise State 15 L, 7-27 Cincinnati 13 L, 24-29 Boise State 6 L, 9-54 USC 14 L, 36-49 Nevada 19 W, 27-21 at Boise State 2 L, 7-42 at USC 1 L, 10-49

* denotes Associated Press ranking EAB - Eagle Aloha Bowl (Honolulu, HI) ASB - Allstate Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, LA)

All-Time Record vs. Nationally Ranked Teams: 10-35 at Aloha Stadium: 9-21 on the road: 1-13 at neutral site: 0-1 First Win vs. Nationally Ranked Team: vs. No. 15 San Jose State (30-20), Nov. 29, 1975, Aloha Stadium First Win vs. Nationally Ranked Team on the Road: at No. 22 Fresno State (32-29 ot), Oct. 4, 2008, Fresno, Calif. Highest Ranked Opponent: vs. No. 1 Nebraska (lost, 45-3), Dec. 3, 1971, Honolulu Stadium vs. No. 1 USC (lost, 63-17), Sept. 3, 2005, Aloha Stadium at No. 1 USC (lost, 49-10), Sept. 1, 2012, Los Angeles Biggest Upsets: vs. No. 4 Brigham Young (59-28), Dec. 1, 1990, Aloha Stadium vs. No. 9 Iowa (27-24), Sept. 3, 1988, Aloha Stadium vs. No. 9 Brigham Young (72-45), Dec. 8, 2001, Aloha Stadium

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NATIONAL TV APPEARANCES Date Nov. 14, 1981 Oct. 16, 1982 Nov. 20, 1982 Oct. 1, 1983 Dec. 7, 1985 Dec. 6, 1986 Nov. 21, 1987 Dec. 5, 1987 Oct. 22, 1988 Dec. 9, 1989 Dec. 25, 1989 Sept. 1, 1990 Nov. 30, 1991 Dec. 30, 1992 Sept. 2, 1995 Nov. 18, 1995 Aug. 31, 1996 Nov. 29, 1997 Sept. 3, 1998 Nov. 28, 1998 Dec. 25, 1999 Oct. 26, 2001 Dec. 8, 2001 Sept. 6, 2002 Oct. 25, 2002 Nov. 30, 2002 Dec. 25, 2002 Sept. 13, 2003 Sept. 19, 2003 Nov. 29, 2003 Dec. 6, 2003 Dec. 25, 2003 Oct. 29, 2004 Nov. 12, 2004 Dec. 4, 2004 Dec. 24, 2004 Sept. 3, 2005 Oct. 29, 2005 Nov. 25, 2005 Dec. 2, 2006 Dec. 24, 2006 Oct. 12, 2007 Nov. 10, 2007 Nov. 16, 2007

Opponent Brigham Young Brigham Young at New Mexico San Diego State Brigham Young Michigan Air Force Arkansas Brigham Young Air Force Michigan State# Texas A&M Notre Dame vs. Illinois* Texas San Diego State Boston College Notre Dame Arizona Michigan Oregon State% Fresno State Brigham Young at Brigham Young at Fresno State Alabama Tulane$ at USC at UNLV Alabama Boise State Houston& at Boise State at Fresno State Michigan State UAB& USC Fresno State Wisconsin Oregon State Arizona State& at San Jose State Fresno State at Nevada

Network ABC ABC WTBS CBS ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ABC ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPN ESPN ESPN2 ESPN ESPN2 ESPN ESPN Fox Sports Net ESPN2 ESPN ESPN2 ESPN ESPN2 ESPN ESPN2 ESPN ESPN2 ABC ESPN2 ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2

Result L, 3-13 L, 25-39 L, 17-41 T, 27-27 L, 6-26 L, 10-27 L, 31-34 L, 20-38 L, 23-24 T, 35-35 L, 13-33 L, 13-28 L, 42-48 W, 27-17 L, 17-38 L, 10-49 L, 21-24 L, 22-23 L, 6-27 L, 17-48 W, 23-17 W, 38-34 W, 72-45 L, 32-35 W, 31-21 L, 16-21 L, 28-36 L, 32-61 L, 22-33 W, 37-29 L, 28-45 W, 54-48 (3ot) L, 3-69 L, 14-70 W, 41-38 W, 59-40 L, 17-63 L, 13-27 L, 24-41 L, 32-35 W, 41-34 W, 42-35 (ot) W, 37-30 W, 28-26

Date Nov. 23, 2007 Dec. 1, 2007 Jan. 1, 2008 Oct. 17, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 Dec. 24, 2008 Sept. 30, 2009 Nov. 28, 2009 Dec. 5, 2009 Sept. 2, 2010 Sept. 11, 2010 Sept. 18, 2010 Nov. 6, 2010 Dec. 24, 2010 Sept. 3, 2011 Sept. 17, 2011 Oct. 14, 2011 Nov. 12, 2011 Dec. 3, 2011 Sept. 1, 2012 Sept. 22, 2012 Sept. 28, 2012 Oct. 6, 2012 Nov. 10, 2012 Nov. 16, 2012

Opponent Boise State Washington vs. Georgia@ at Boise State Cincinnati Notre Dame& at Louisiana Tech Navy Wisconsin USC at Army at Colorado at Boise State Tulsa& Colorado at UNLV at San Jose State at Nevada Brigham Young at USC Nevada at Brigham Young at San Diego State Boise State Air Force

Network ESPN2 ESPN2 FOX ESPN ESPN2 ESPN ESPN2 ESPNU ESPN2 ESPN CBS College Sports Fox College Sports ESPNU ESPN ESPN2 Mountain Network ESPN ESPNU ESPN2 FOX NBC Sports ESPN CBS College Sports NBC Sports ESPN2

UH-OPP W, 39-27 W, 35-28 L, 10-41 L, 7-27 L, 24-29 L, 21-49 L, 6-27 W, 24-17 L, 10-51 L, 36-49 W, 31-28 L, 13-31 L, 7-42 L, 35-62 W, 34-17 L, 20-40 L, 27-28 L, 28-42 L, 20-41 L, 14-49 L, 24-69 L, 0-47 L, 14-52 L, 14-49 L, 7-21

All games played at Aloha Stadium (Honolulu) unless otherwise noted # Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl (Aloha Stadium, Honolulu) * at Thrifty Car Rental Holiday Bowl (Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, CA) % Jeep O‘ahu Bowl (Aloha Stadium, Honolulu) $ ConAgra Foods Hawai‘i Bowl (Aloha Stadium, Honolulu) & Sheraton Hawai‘i Bowl (Aloha Stadium, Honolulu) @ Allstate Sugar Bowl (Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA) All-Time Record on National Television: 17-45-2 at Aloha Stadium: 13-31-2 on the road: 4-17 at neutral site: 1-1

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ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES OVERALL RECORD Year 1909-11

Seasons 3

COLLEGIATE RECORD

Coach

W

L

T

Pct.

W

L

T

Pct.

Austin Jones

8

6

0

.571

No Team

1912-14 1915

1

John Peden

5

1

1

.786

1916

1

William Britton

3

2

1

.583

1917-19

3

David Crawford

11

1

2

.857

1920

1

Raymond Elliot

6

2

0

.750

0

1

0

.000

1921-39

19

Otto “Proc” Klum

84

51

7

.616

21

27

0

.438

1940

1

Eugene “Luke” Gill

2

5

0

.286

1

2

0

.333

1941

1

Gill/Kaulukukui*

8

1

0

.889

3

0

0

1.000

1946-50

5

Tom Kaulukukui

34

18

3

.645

12

18

1

.403

1951

1

Archie Kodros

4

7

0

.364

1

5

0

.167

1952-60

9

Hank Vasconcellos

43

46

3

.484

18

32

1

.363

1962-64

3

Jim Asato

15

12

0

.556

5

11

0

.313

1965

1

Clark Shaughnessy

1

8

1

.150

1

7

0

.125

1966

1

Phil Sarboe

4

6

0

.400

3

6

0

.333

1942-45

No Team

1961

No Team

1967

1

Don King

6

4

0

.600

6

4

0

.600

1968-73

6

Dave Holmes

46

17

1

.727

45

17

1

.722

1974-76

3

Larry Price

15

18

0

.455

15

18

0

.455

1977-86

10

Dick Tomey

63

46

3

.576

63

46

3

.576

1987-95

9

Bob Wagner

58

49

3

.541

58

49

3

.541

1996-98

3

Fred vonAppen

5

31

0

.139

5

31

0

.139

1999-2007

9

June Jones

76

41

0

.634

76

41

0

.634

2008-11

4

Greg McMackin

29

25

0

.537

29

25

0

.537

2012

1

Norm Chow

3

9

0

.250

3

9

0

.250

Totals

96

22 coaches

529

406

25

.564

362

346

9

.511

* - indicates co-head coaches

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A-A-A Abihai, Wadsley __________ 1972-74 Abreu, Melvin ____________1940, ’46 Abreu, Sean ______________ 1988-90 Abrew, Lawrence _____________ 1939 Abrew, Melvin _______________ 1939 Acohido, Vince ______________ 1984 Acosta, Bob _____________ 1975, ’77 Adams, Theo __________ 1984-85, ’87 Addison, Bryan ______________ 1989 Adler, Steve _________________ 1970 Afalava, Kesi __________ 1979, ’81-83 Affonso, William _______ 1963-64, ’66 Afusia, Kody _____________ 2011-12 Agbayani, Brendyn ___________ 1995 Aguiar, Keali‘i ____________ 2002-03 Ah Loo, Kyle _____________ 1986-87 Ah New, Joseph ______________ 1951 Ah Quin, Zeff __________ 1996, 1998 Ah Sam, Mahealani ___________ 1954 Ah Soon, Keith ___________ 2005-08 Ah You, Wade _______________ 1951 Ah Yuen, Keith ___________ 1978-81 Ahart, William ______________ 1978 Ahmad, Po‘okela __________ 2007-10 Ahrens, Roy ______________ 1934-36 Ahu, Aran ____________ 1970, ’72-73 Ahu, Bobby _________________ 1969 Ahuna, Augustine__________ 1934-35 Ahuna, William ___________ 1932-35 Aikman, Al__________________ 1966 Aina, Punahou ________ 1994-95, ’97 Ainoma, Dan _____________1923, ’25 Aiu, Charles _____________ 1972-75 Aiwohi, Francis ___________ 1930-33 Akana, Ben__________________ 1946 Akana, Kekuhaupio ________ 1979-80 Akee Choy, Vernon ________ 1936-39 Akeo, Lester _________________ 1957 Aki, George ______________ 1934-36 Akina, Kainoa ____________ 2003-05 Akins, Curtis _____________ 1974-75 Akiona, Francis ______________ 1946 Akiu, Mike ______________ 1982-84 Akiu, Mike Jr. ____________ 2002-03 Akpan, Tony ________________ 2003-05 Ala, Houston ____________ 2000-03 Ala, Tui ____________________ 2000 Ala, Tuinanau ____________ 1973-74 Alama-Francis, Ikaika ________ 2003-06 Alapa, Keani _____________ 2000-03 Albinio, Peter _______________ 1991 Alcantara, Felix ___________ 1968-70 Aleaga, Link ________________ 1987 Alencastre, Melvin _________ 1950-51 Alexander, Carl ___________ 1982-84 Alexander, Greg ___________ 2008-09 Alexander, Kirk ___________ 2005-06 Alfonso, William _____________ 1965 Aliipule, Al ______________ 1992-93 Allen, Gary ______________ 1978-81 Allen, Walter ________________ 1975 Allen-Jones, Cameron ______ 2007-08 Allen-Jones, CJ ________ 2004, ‘06-08 Almadova, Bryan __________ 1980-82 Alo, Edmund ________________ 1951 Alo, Kaeo ___________________ 2012 Alo, Kamalani ____________ 2010-12 Alo, Kimo __________________ 2009 Alo, Simeon _______ 1969-70, ‘72-73 118

Alualu, Tupu ____________ 1993-95 Amadi, Chinedu _____________ 2012 Amii, Grant ____________1965,1972 Amina, Jay _________________ 1997 Amona, William______________ 1946 Among, William __________ 1930-33 Amosa, Amosa ___________ 1985-88 Amosa, Lene _____________ 1991-93 Amrein, Todd _______________ 1987 Anae, Brad _________________ 1976 Anderson, Carlos __________ 1991-94 Anderson, Herbert ____________ 1964 Anderson, John ______________ 1933 Anderson, Michael ___________ 1995 Andrews, Alapa‘i __________ 2000-02 Annillo, John ____________1974, ’76 Anzai, David ________________ 1964 Aoki, Paul _______________ 1966-68 Apao, Dick __________________ 1958 Apao, Dirk ______________ 1984-85 Apelu, Augie _____________ 1987-89 Apisa, Bill________________ 1963-64 Apo, Andrew ________________ 1937 Apoliana, Francis _____________ 1936 Apuakehau, Sani _____________ 1994 Arafiles, Damien _____________ 1998 Araki, Charles ____________ 1952-55 Arelliano, Dino ___________ 1981-82 Arimoto, Melvin _______ 1960, ’62-63 Arioli, Ronald _______________ 1953 Ariyoshi, Henry ___________ 1952-55 Armstrong, Feiamma ____ 1999-2000 Arnold, John ________________ 1972 Arnold, Larry ____________ 1967-69 Arvanetis, Mike ___________ 1977-78 Asami, Yoshiji_____________ 1949-51 Asato, Aaron ________________ 1965 Asato, Jimmy _____________ 1949-51 Ash, Terry __________________ 1965 Asmus, Jim ______________ 1979-80 Au, Robert __________ 1959,1960, ’62 Audick, Daniel ___________ 1974-76 Aufai, Josh __________________ 2006 Austin, Blase ________________ 1997 Austin, Leon _____________ 1986-87 Austin, Phil ______________ 1998-99 Austin, Shane ____________ 2009-11 Autele, Tasi ______________ 1990-91 Avery, Joe ________________ 2008-11 Avila, Joaquin __________ 1997-2000 Awai, Dan __________________ 1954 Awai, Garrett _______________ 1991 Awtrey, Ramon_______________ 1953 Ayat, Justin ______________ 2001-04 Ayeni, Rufus _____________ 1996-97 Ayers, Bill ____________ 1967-68, ’70 Ayers, Pat ___________________ 1962 Ayers, William _______________ 1966

B-B-B Babcock, Frank ______________ 1955 Babers, Dino _______ 1979-80, ’82-83 Babka, Beau ________________ 1981 Bacon, James __________ 1946-47, ’49 Bain, Aaron ______________ 2005-08 Bain, John _______________ 1970-71 Baird, Jeff __________________ 1999 Baker, Billy ______________ 1971-72 Baker, Kevin ________________ 1977 Baker, Noland _________ 1978, ’80-81

Balangitao, Joe _______________ 1952 Barbour, Dave ____________ 1977-78 Barnes, Jack _____________ 1970-71 Barnett, Joaquin __________ 1987-90 Barsuk, Jim ______________ 1969-70 Bartz, Denis ________________ 1971 Bass, Mike _______________ 2001-03 Bass, Ray ___________________ 2004 Battin, Ryan __________ 1994-95, ’97 Battle, Marvin _______________ 1976 Bauman, Neal _______________ 1966 Bayne, Wendell ______________ 1937 Bayus, Tony ________________ 1975 Beasley, Brian _______________ 1974 Beaver, Alfred ________________ 1963 Beazley, Michael _______ 1981, ’83-85 Belcher, Brian ____________ 1985-87 Bell, Charles ______________1960, ’62 Bell, Craig __________________ 2009 Bell, David __________________ 1963 Bell, George _____________ 1977-80 Bell, John _______________ 1979-80 Bell, Terence ______________ 2010-11 Bell, William _____________ 1984-87 Bengston, Mike ______________ 1969 Bennett, Hal ________________ 1976 Bennett, Mike ____________ 1992-94 Bennett, Omar ______________ 2002 Benoza, Guy ________________ 1990 Bento, Martin _______________ 1991 Berry, Stanley ____________ 1973-76 Berryman, Dan ______________ 2000 Bess, Davone _____________ 2005-07 Bessette, Charles___________ 1946-49 Bethea, J.D. _____________ 1980-81 Bethune, Benny __________ 1973-74 Bhonapha, Keith ________ 1999-2002 Bickford, Gene ______________ 1971 Bilbro, Chris _____________ 1966-67 Birdsong, Norris __________ 1975-76 Biscotti, Mike ____________ 1970-72 Black, Chris ______________ 2008-09 Black, Wayne ____________ 1978-79 Blackburn, Ikaika _________ 2001-04 Blackburn, Orlando ___________ 1931 Blackstead, Ted_______________ 1931 Blakeney, Robby __________ 1992-95 Blangiari, Rick ______________ 1965 Blount, Dustin ____________ 2009-10 Bobbitt, Celnell __________1995, ’98 Bonner, Bill ______________ 1947-50 Borden, Kawika ______________ 2011 Boskie, Phillip _______________ 1953 Botelho, Don _____________ 1954-57 Bouit, Johann ____________ 1991-93 Bourne, Peter _______________ 1972 Boyda, Bill ______________ 1968-70 Bradley, Rodney ___________ 2009-10 Bradley, Wayne ______________ 1974 Bradshaw, English ____________ 1964 Brady, Kerry ________________ 1985 Branch, Darrick __________ 1989-92 Brantley, David ___________ 1989-90 Brash, Lionel ________________ 1947 Bratcher, Buck ___________ 1932-33 Bredy, Jeff _______________ 1994-95 Breland, Jeff _____________1981, ’83 Brennan, Colt ____________ 2005-07 Brewster, Michael _________ 2002-04 Brickner, Francis _____________ 1937

Briggs, Walter ____________ 1986-89 Bright, Ben ______________ 1995-98 Bright, Darius ____________ 2011-12 Briner, Howard ______________ 1937 Broad, Gordon _______________ 1964 Broadway, Lamar _________ 2002-05 Brockaw, David __________ 1975-77 Brodie, Lex ______________ 1934-35 Brogan, Tom ________________ 1952 Brooks, Attrice ______________ 1999 Brooks, Kent ________________ 1965 Brooks, Rinda __________ 1997, 2000 Brown, Aaron _____________ 2010-11 Brown, Abe ______________ 1971-72 Brown, Allen ________________ 1925 Brown, Chris __________ 1999-2002 Brown, Clive ________________ 1959 Brown, Ronald _______________ 1950 Brown, Tyrone ___________ 2002-03 Browne, Danny ______________ 1981 Bruce, Steve ________________ 1972 Bryant, Jeramy ____________ 2009-10 Buchanan, Tim ______________ 1968 Buckley, Brian ____________ 1967-68 Bunn, Dale _________________ 1975 Burso, Alex _______________ 1937-38 Bush, Ellsworth ___________ 1950-52 Butler, Ray ______________ 1981-82 Butts, Sean ____________ 1999-2002

C-C-C Cabral, Jeff ______________ 1977-79 Cader, Dan _________________ 1974 Cadiz, Joey _______________ 2010-11 Calhoun, Akili ___________ 1989-91 Calveria, Francis ___________ 1962-64 Cambra, Bruce _______________ 1962 Cambra, Jules _____________ 1956-59 Cambra, Lowell ______________ 1962 Cameron, John_______________ 1955 Campbell, Bob M. _________ 1962-63 Campbell, Bob P. _____________ 1962 Campbell, Calvin _____________ 1940 Campbell, Tavis ________ 1999-2000 Canon, Ryan ________________ 2000 Carey, James _________________ 1936 Carey, Tim _________________ 1997 Carmichael, Sidney ___________ 1936 Carmona, Camron ____________ 2007 Carpenter, Dan ______________ 1965 Carpenter, Richard _________ 1949-52 Carpenter, Thomas____________ 1946 Carroll, John _____________1960, ’62 Carroll, Sam _____________ 1984-87 Carson, Glenn ____________ 1992-94 Carter, Dwight ___________ 1998-99 Carter, James ____________ 1974-75 Carter, Michael ___________ 1990-93 Carvalho, Bernard _________ 1980-83 Casillas, Carlos ______________ 1965 Cassidy, Murray __________ 1969-70 Castillo, Romy ______________ 1969 Castro, Lyle ____________ 1999, 2003 Castro, Nick _____________1981, ’83 Cavaco, Rusell _______________ 1965 Cavaco-Amoy, Ho‘oikaika ___ 2010, ’12 Chan, Earnest _____________1930-31 Chang, Gordon ______________ 1952 Chang, Timmy _______2000, 2002-04 Chapman, Brian __________ 1994-97

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Chappell, Mark ______________ 1987 Charles, Jade ________________ 1997 Chavies, Sylvester _________ 1972-73 Cheney, Gary _______________ 1972 Cherry, Raphel ___________ 1981-84 Chibana, Warren _____________ 1951 Ching, Clayton ___________ 1955-56 Ching, Shawn ____________ 1988-91 Chisteckoff, Greg ____________ 1990 Chock, Colin _____________ 1954-57 Chock, Harry _____________ 1939-40 Chong, Elroy ____________ 1971-72 Choo, Andrew ____________ 1946-49 Chopp, Alonzo ___________ 2005-08 Chow, Mike ______________ 1963-65 Choy, Kaha‘i ________________ 2010 Christian, Steven _____________ 2010 Chu, Abraham _______________ 1951 Chun, Kenton _______________ 2011 Chun, Marc ________________ 1971 Chung, Kai Bong __________1940, ’46 Chung, Kayo _____________ 1936-39 Chung, Norman___________1960, ’62 Chung, Raymond ____________ 1951 Ciacci, Lane ________________ 1973 Clapp, Justin _____________ 2010-12 Clark, Chester _______________ 1971 Clark, George_____________ 1933-36 Clark, Nicky ________________ 1975 Clark, Tom ______________ 1977-78 Clarke, Ben _________________ 2012 Clay, Brian __________________ 2011 Clay, Charles _____________ 2011-12 Clay, Tonnie ________________ 1983 Cleveland, Andrew ________ 1973-76 Clore, Victor _____________ 2006-09 Clowers, Brett ____________ 2000-01 Cluney, Wilson ___________ 2002-03 Cobb-Adams, Kamuela _____ 1995-98 Cockett, Frank _______________ 1936 Cockett, Herbert __________ 1936-38 Cockett, Robert ______________ 1964 Cockheran, Jeremiah _______ 2002-03 Cofer, Craig ______________ 2011-12 Colbert, Justin _________ 1999-2002 Cole, Larry __________________ 1967 Coleman, Anapuni ___________ 2005 Coleman, Duane _______ 1979, ’81-83 Coleman, Tim ______________ 1978 Coleman, William _________ 1946-48 Collins, Louis _____________ 1923-25 Collins, Louis __________ 1940, ’46-48 Collins, Sam _____________ 1996-97 Collins, Scott ________________ 2010 Coloma, Burton __________ 1977-79 Colvin, John_________________ 1963 Conkling, Lloyd ___________ 1939-40 Conley, John ________________ 1972 Conley, Kent _____________ 1977-78 Cook, Larry _________________ 1967 Cooper, Foti ________________ 1984 Corazza, Ron ________________ 1966 Correa, Haku _____________ 2009-12 Correa, Laanui ___________ 2000-02 Correia, Joe ______________ 1998-99 Costello, Jim _____________ 1969-70 Costello, Rich _______________ 1966 Coughlin, Pat ________________ 1967 Coulson, Michael _________ 1988-89 Coulter, Robert ___________ 1939-40

Cox, Jon ____________________ 1966 Cox, Mario _________________ 2005 Cox, Nalei _______________ 1991-94 Cravalho, Josiah _____________ 2002 Cravens, Siaki_____________ 2010-11 Crayton, Earl ____________1970, ’72 Crichton, Don ___________1981, ’83 Crosby, George ______________ 1971 Cross, William _______________ 1951 Cross, Chris ________________ 1965 Crouch, Richard______________ 1968 Crowell, Danny __________ 1984-86 Crowell, Robert ___________ 1946-47 Cruickshank, Bruce ________ 1923-25 Cruickshank, Ed _____________ 1962 Cruickshank, Jim __________ 1922-25 Cruise, James ________________ 1955 Cruz, Luibeck _______________ 1955 Cullinan, Brent ___________ 1979-80 Cummins, Greg __________ 1977-78 Cunningham, Phil ________ 1992-95 Curnan, Ikaika ___________ 2002-05 Currie, Bob ______________ 1970-71 Cyrus, John ______________1971, ’73

Doi, Masato _________________ 1954 Dombroski, Paul _____________ 1976 Domingo, Alfredo _____ 1958, ’60, ’62 Donovan, Jim ____________ 1981-82 Donovan, Joshua _____________ 2012 Dornfield, Dick ______________ 1960 Dorothy, Lee _____________ 1962-63 Dorsey, Larry ____________ 1974-76 Dower, Frank _____________ 1946-47 Dowling, Jameel ______________ 2008 Drager, John______________ 1931-32 Dreisbach, Jude ___________ 1993-94 Duckworth, John _________ 1971-72 Duncan, Dan ____________ 1989-91 Dunn, Herbert _______________ 1936 Dunnachie, Alex __________ 2009-12 Dunston, Bill _______________ 1968 Durington, Alika _____________ 2003 Dustin, Rick _____________ 1969-70 Dutra, Charlie _______________ 2001 Duva, Jeff _______________ 1977-78 Dworsky, David __________ 1969-71 Dyas, David _____________ 1983-86 Dyer, Skippy _____________ 1955-56

D-D-D Daily-Lyles, George ________ 2010-12 Daley, Brenden _______________ 2012 Daley, Ricky ________________ 1996 Dang, Johnny_____________ 1946-49 Daniel, Clint ________________ 2010 Daniels, Harry ____________ 1952-54 Danielson, William ___________ 1984 Darke, Billy _________________ 1967 David, Paul _________________ 1969 Davies, Pete _________________ 1962 Davis, Dan _________________ 1972 Davis, Eddie ________________ 1971 Davis, Joe Gary ______________ 1975 Davis, Joe Louis _____________ 1991 Davis, JoPierre ____________ 2006-08 Davis, Lametrius __________ 2009-10 Davis, Mark ________________ 1972 Davis, Trevor _____________ 2011-12 Dawson, Charles _____________ 1948 Dean, Desmond ______________ 2011 Dearing, Garrett _____________ 2002 DeCuir, Daryl _______________ 1975 Deering, Tay_________________ 1954 deLaura, Davey _________ 1998-2000 deLaura, Mel ________________ 1974 deLima, Abner ____________ 1955-57 Derby, Brian _____________ 1982-85 DeRego, Larry _______________ 1959 Derr, Glenn _________________ 1958 Desoto, Manny ___________ 1971-74 Dias, Clarence _______________ 1940 Dias, Clarence _______________ 1950 Dias, Ernest _________________ 1936 Dickerson, Ken ______________ 1946 Dickerson, Ross __________ 2003-06 Dietrich, Greg _______________ 1967 Dietschy, Steve _________ 1999-2000 DiIeso, Anthony _____________ 1997 Dillehay, Dick _______________ 1967 Dimude, Chizzy ___________ 2009-10 Dine, Charles ________________ 1956 Directo, Dana ____________ 1986-89 Doi, Herbert _____________ 1947-49 Doi, Mansfield ____________ 1948-50

E-E-E Eagle, Dave _________________ 1962 Eaton, Brandon ___________ 2002-05 Eby, Harry __________________ 1936 Edens, Pat __________________ 1967 Edgar, Anthony ___________ 1981-82 Edralin, Daryl _______________ 1976 Edwards, Mike ____________ 2011-12 Edwards, Tala _______________ 1984 Ekno, Jonathan ___________ 2001-04 Elam, Jason ______________ 1989-92 Elam, Matt ______________ 1997-99 Eleneki, Benedict __________ 1936-37 Elias, James ________ 1980-81, ’83-84 Elimimian, Abraham _______ 2001-04 Elimimian, Solomon _______ 2005-08 Ellerson, Rich _________ 1974, ’76-77 Ellis, Agenhart Jr. ______ 1963-65, ’66 Ellis, Agenhart III _________ 1992-95 Ellis, Bennie _________________ 1966 Ellison, Gary _____________ 1994-97 Endo, Peter __________ 1959,1963-64 Enos, Rykin ______________ 2010-12 Enos, Scott _______________ 2009-10 Erwin, Lawrence __________ 1962-64 Escobar, Carlos_______________ 1958 Esera, Tala ______________ 2003-06 Espiau, Jacob __________ 1999-2000 Espinda, Alfred ___________ 1934-37 Espinda, Leonard __________ 1937-38 Espinoza, Bo _____________ 1998-99 Estes, John _______________ 2006-09 Estes, Kenny __________ 2007, ’09-11 Estores, John ________________ 1965 Evans, Clark _________________ 2012

F-F-F Faaliliu, Donny ______________ 2001 Faaola, Nuu _____________ 1982-85 Faaumu, Andrew __________ 2009-11 Faavae, Brown _______________ 2003 Faavae, Junior ____________ 1991-94 Faavi, Derek _____________ 2002-05 Faga, Matt ______________ 2003-04 Failautusi, Foti ______________ 1983

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Faimealelei, Justin _________ 2004-05 Fakava, Heikoti ___________ 1985-88 Falemalu, Paipai ___________ 2009-12 Faraimo, Preston __________ 2000-01 Farmer, Brad ________________ 1976 Farmer, David ____________ 2005-08 Farmer, Jamal ____________ 1989-90 Farney, Mitch _______________ 2007 Fatafehi, Wilson __________ 1967-69 Faumui, Taase ____________ 1991-93 Feigh, Tim ______________ 1972-74 Fellezs, Sherwin ________ 1952, ’55-56 Fenderson, James _______ 1999-2000 Fergerstrom, Victor ________ 2004-06 Ferguson, Jason ___________ 2004-05 Fernandez, Charles ____________ 1949 Fernandez, Charlie ____________ 1932 Fernandez, Ed ____________ 1923-26 Fernandez, Vince _______ 1958-59, ’60 Fernandez, Walters_________ 1925-26 Ferreira, Edwin_______________ 1949 Fiaseu, Pesefea Jr. ____________ 2002 Field, Harry _________________ 1930 Fife, Chris _______________ 1981-82 Fitisemanu, Aui ___________ 1981-82 Fitzpatrick, Brian _________ 1966-69 Fitzsimmons, Art _____________ 1947 Flauta, George _______________ 1953 Flaws, Frank________________ 1972 Fletcher, George _______ 1980, ’82-84 Fletcher, Mike ____________1974, ’76 Fletcher, Nathan __________1978, ’80 Flint, Jared _________________ 2001 Flores, Quentin ________ 1982, ’84-85 Fo, Mark ___________________ 1974 Follner, Matt ________________ 1985 Fong, Harold ________________ 1937 Fonoti, John __________ 2005, ’07-09 Fonseca, Travis ___________ 1990-93 Fontes, Ray ______________ 1969-70 Fonua, Benetton______________ 2012 Foote, Ed _______________ 1969-70 Forester, Briton ___________ 2006-07 Forneris, Louis ______________ 1968 Fornes, John _________________ 1966 Forney, Kynan _________ 1998, 2000 Foster, Emil _________________ 1956 Foster, Ronald _______________ 1960 Foster, Sam_______________ 1956-59 Fowler, Donald ___________1951, ’53 Fragas, Harding ___________ 1966-67 Franco, Alfred _______________ 1952 Frank, Larry _____________ 1970-71 Frazier, Thomas ______________ 2004 Freeman, John ___________ 1989-90 Freitas, Glenn ____________ 1993-96 Freitas, Hartwell___________ 1952-55 Freitas, Robin ________________ 1966 Frias, Renfred ____________ 1988-89 Fritzpatrick, Bruce ___________ 1971 Fruean, B.J. _________________ 2005 Fruean, Renolds __________ 2005-06 Fruechtel, Tom ___________ 1969-71 Fuata, Lui _____________ 1999-2002 Fuga, Lui _______ 1999-2000, ’03-04 Fujishige, Mitsuo __________ 1933-35 Fujiwara, George __________ 1949-52 Fukumoto, Clyde ____________ 1965 Fukunaga, Ryan _____ 1964-65, ’66-67 Funaki, Inoke _____________ 2006-09 119


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Funn, Randy ________________ 1964 Furtado, Richard __________ 1933-36

G-G-G Gabriel, Garrett ___________ 1987-90 Gaetano, Bill _____________1969, ’71 Gagen, Tom ________________ 1970 Gaison, Blane _________ 1976, ’78-80 Galdeira, Guyton _________ 2005-08 Galeai, Fiti _________________ 1993 Galeai, Josh _________________ 2002 Galimba, Raschad _________1982, ’84 Gant, Chris _________________ 2012 Garcia, Harold ______________ 1968 Garcia, Ray _________________ 1962 Garcia-Williams, Jerrol _________ 2012 Gardener, Mark __________ 1982-83 Garland, Jamal _________ 1999-2000 Garner, Miles __________ 1997-2000 Garnier, Chris ____________ 1998-99 Gaskill, Chris ____________ 1985-87 Gatewood, Donald ____________ 1964 Gay, Howard ____________ 1969-70 Gearring, Vernon ______ 1979, ’81-82 George, Henry ____________ 1957-58 George, Indie _____________ 1929-32 George, Kanale ___________2000, ‘02 George, Nolan ____________ 1956-59 George, Phil _____________ 1973-76 George, Talbot ____________ 1957-58 Gerner, Einer _____________ 1936-38 Gibson, Keith _______________ 1974 Gibson, Mike ____________ 1979-80 Gibson, Jim ________________ 1965 Gilbertson, Keith ____________ 1970 Gilbride, Kevin ______________ 2000 Gilliam, Edward _____________ 1974 Gilmore, David ___________ 2000-03 Ginlack, Brysen ________ 2007-08, ’10 Glover, Rodney ___________ 1992-95 Godinet, Tony ___________ 1989-90 Goeas, John _____________ 1983-85 Goeas, Larry _____________ 1979-82 Goeas, Leo ___________ 1985, ’87-89 Goeas, Levi _________________ 2010 Gomard, James____________ 1946-49 Gomes, Dexter ___________ 1972-74 Gomes, Jordan ____________ 2009-11 Gonsalves, Maikai _________ 1933-36 Gonzales, Stephen _________1996, ’98 Goo, Kendall ____________ 1991-94 Goodman, Curtis _________ 1974-76 Goodrich, Dennis _________ 1965-68 Goodwin, Dan _______________ 1967 Gordon, Brian ____________ 1990-93 Gordon, John _______________ 1970 Gordon, Patrick _____________ 1989 Gosling, Doug _________ 1999-2000 Gossett, Neal ____________ 2000-02 Graham, Gery ____________ 1995-97 Graham, Jeff _____________ 1975-76 Grant, Robert __________ 1998-2001 Grant, Russell _______________ 1996 Grant, Steve _____________ 1968-69 Grasso, Tim ______________ 2007-08 Graunke, Tyler____________ 2005-08 Graves, David_____________ 2010-12 Gray, Ryan ______________ 1998-99 Gray, Tom _______________1958, ’60 Green, Alex ______________ 2009-10 120

Green, Daryl _____________ 1991-93 Green, Gerald _______________ 1976 Green, Ryan ________________ 1996 Greg, Mike _________________ 1969 Gregory, Will ________________ 2012 Grice, Regis _________________ 1973 Grice-Mullen, Ryan _______ 2005-07 Grimes, Tony ________________ 2012 Grissam, Walter _______ 1992, ’94-95 Guigni, Henry ____________ 1946-47 Guild, Walt ______________ 1978-79 Gutierrez, Moses __________ 1972-73

H-H-H Haake, Alvin ________________ 1946 Haake, Phil ______________ 1946-48 Hackbarth, Alan _____________ 1998 Hadama, Richard __________ 1954-56 Hadan, Don _________________ 1967 Hadden, Tyler ____________ 2011-12 Hafoka, David _______________ 2010 Haggerty, Kevin _____________ 1983 Haines, Bruce_____________ 1954-56 Hale, Barry__________________ 1968 Haley, Wayne ________________ 1966 Hall, Michael ________________ 1960 Hall, Ron ____________ 1983, ’85-86 Hall, Ronald ________________ 1956 Hall, Ryan __________________ 2012 Hamilton, O.J. ___________ 1978-79 Hammond, John __________ 1967-68 Han, Howard ________________ 1951 Han, Paul ___________________ 1962 Hanawahine, Bryan ________ 1975-78 Hanchett, Harry______________ 1957 Haneberg, Scott __________ 1972-73 Hanes, David ________________ 1966 Hanna, Sam ________________ 1969 Hanneman, Nephi ____________ 1964 Hannum, Eric ____ 1996-97, ’99-2000 Hanohano, Geordon _______ 2009-12 Hanohano, Moses ____________ 1937 Hansen, Austin ___________ 2008-11 Hansen, Ray_________________ 1963 Hanson, Deacon __________ 1991-93 Hanson, John _______________ 1978 Hao, John _______________ 1992-95 Hapai, Henry _____________ 1934-35 Harada, Allan ________________ 1960 Hardesty, Lee ________________ 1955 Harding, Matthew ________ 1992-95 Harding, Scott _____________ 2011-12 Hardy-Tuliau, John _________ 2010-12 Harley, Patrick Lavar ________ 2001-03 Harmon, Paul ________________2005 Harper, Kenny ___________ 1990-91 Harrington, Dan _____________ 1972 Harrington, David ____________ 1964 Harris, Channon ________ 1999-2001 Harris, Shawn _______________ 1994 Harris, Vaness ____________ 1975-76 Harrison, Larry ______________ 1967 Harrison, Mike _________ 1999-2000 Hart, Richard ________________ 1940 Haslip, Wilbert ___________ 1975-78 Hatcher, Donnell ____________ 1985 Hawkins, Jakeem _____________ 2007 Hawkins, Josh _______________ 1996 Hawthorne, C.J.___________ 2006-07 Hayakawa, Kenichi ___________ 1935

Haynes, Warren ___________ 1936-38 Haynes, Winston _________ 1990-91 Hazama, Ralph ______________ 1954 Head, William _______________ 1958 Heard, Jesse _____________ 1974-76 Hedges, Donald ______________ 1951 Heffernan, Tom _______ 1988, ’90-91 Heminger, Murray ____________ 1925 Hemmings, Fred _____________ 1966 Hemphill, Fred ________ 1980, ’82-84 Henderson, Demitreus ___ 1992-94, ’96 Henderson, Robert _________ 1939-40 Henry, Ryan ______________ 2009-10 Hensley, Chad _______________ 1967 Herbert, Clifton __________ 2000-03 Herezog, Laddie ______________ 1964 Hernandez, Mark _________ 1994-96 Herrold, Don ____________ 1973-75 Heun, Jake _______________ 2009-10 Hewett, Kenny ______________ 1984 Hewitt, George ______________ 1965 Hidalgo, Bob ________________ 1959 Higa, Richard ____________ 1981-84 Higgins, Jeremy ______________ 2012 Higgins, Jimmy ___________ 1984-85 Hildebrand, Mike ____________ 1966 Hill, Keith _______________ 1977-79 Hill, Steve _______________ 1969-70 Himeno, Stanley __________ 1948-49 Hindle, Bill _________________ 1958 Hipa, Daniel ________________ 1946 Hirahara, Ron _______________ 1962 Hirohata, Kenneth _________1960, ’62 Hirohata, Milt _____ 1958-59, ’60, ’62 Hirota, Cy ______________ 1991-93 Hirota, Jyun ______________ 1946-48 Hisatake, Ray _____________ 2008-09 Ho, Curtis _______________ 1949-50 Ho, Donald _________________ 1950 Ho-Ching, Daniel ______ 1995, ’97-99 Hodge, Don _________________ 1959 Hodges, John ________________ 1940 Hoffman, John ___________ 1967-68 Hogan, Omega ___________ 2002-04 Holbrook, Mark ______________ 1958 Hollingsworth, Cameron ___ 2002-04 Hollowell, Britt ______________ 1993 Holmes, Albert ________ 1970, ’72-73 Holmes, Emory ___________ 1967-68 Holokai, Benjamin _________ 1957-58 Holt, James _________________ 1955 Holt, Lemon “Rusty” _______ 1927-29 Holt, Walter ________________ 1925 Holyfield, Tony __________ 1978-81 Hong, Bill _______________ 1962-64 Hong, George ____________ 1947-48 Ho‘ohuli, Watson ______ 2001, ‘03-04 Hookano, Glenn __________ 1969-70 Hopewell, Henry __________ 1932-33 Hopkins, Tank ____________2009, ’11 Hough, Dick ________________ 1967 Howell, Noel _____________ 1929-31 Hrdlicka, Rick _________ 1964-65, ’67 Hubbard, Len _______________ 1966 Huber, Jack _________________ 1938 Hudgins, Scott ______________ 1973 Huffman, Ralph ______________ 1960 Huggins, Jake _______________ 2000 Hugo, Buddy _______________ 1985 Hulsman, James ______________ 1954

Hunter, Al ______________ 1994-97 Hunter, Wayne ___________ 2001-02 Hurwitz, Loo ________________ 1936 Hutchinson, Carl ____________ 1968

I-I-I Ieru, Raphael _____________ 2006-09 Ikeda, Al ________________ 1962-65 Ilaoa, Nate ___________ 2002, ’05-06 Iloilo, Adam ________________ 2005 Imamoto, Donald _________ 1953-54 Inabata, Arthur ______________ 1963 Inferrera, Daniel _____________ 2003 Inferrera, Jeremy __________ 2003-04 Ing, James _______________ 1934-35 Ing, Ronald ______________ 1949-50 Ingraham, Corky _____________ 1974 Ingraham, Randy _________ 1970-71 Ingram, Jake _____________ 2005-08 Ingram, Jerome ___________ 1984-85 Ingram, Luke _____________ 2009-12 Inouye, Roy _________________ 1951 Iosefa, Joey _______________ 2011-12 Iosua, Mike ____________ 1998-2001 Iosua, Parson ________________ 1981 Isaacs, Alvin ______________ 1947-48 Iwanaga, Archie ___________1953, ’57 Izuka, Daniel _____________ 1956-58

J-J-J Jackson, Houdini ____________ 1998 Jackson, Kasey _______________ 1996 Jackson, Kevin ___________ 2000-03 Jackson, Larry _______________ 1975 Jackson, Marquez _____________ 2006 Jackson, Marrell ______________ 2012 Jackson, Mike ____________ 1977-78 Jackson, Nate __________ 1998-2001 Jackson, Orin _______________ 1972 Jackson, Shaun ______________ 1999 Jackson, Sterling ___________ 2011-12 Jacobsen, Douglas _________ 1965-66 Jacobson, Wilson _________ 1921-22 Jardine, Keoni ____________ 1977-80 Jasper, Ivin ______________ 1991-93 Jasper, Jett _______________ 2008-11 Jefferson, Thadius _________ 1983-86 Jenkins, Chuck _______________ 1955 Jenkins, Mark ____________ 1995-97 Jenkins, Patrick ___________ 2002-03 Jett, DeWayne ___________ 1976-79 Jiblits, Eric _________________ 1982 Jiles, Jovon _________________ 1998 Johnson, Charles __________ 1936-38 Johnson, Chris ___________ 1977-78 Johnson, Daniel ________ 2006-07, ’09 Johnson, Delmar __________1989, ’91 Johnson, Derek ______________ 2000 Johnson, Don ____________ 1960-64 Johnson, Greg ____________ 1968-70 Johnson, Jack _____________ 1931-34 Johnson, Marco _______ 1983, ’85-87 Johnson, M.L. ____________ 1983-86 Johnson, Sam _______________ 1984 Johnson, Shavondi ________ 1992-94 Johnson, Tom ____________ 1971-72 Jones, Aaron _________________ 1968 Jones, Floyd ________________ 1974 Jones, June _________________ 1974 Jones, Kennan _______________ 2006

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Jones, Larry ______________ 1986-89 Jones, Lyndell ____________ 1979-80 Jones, Mike ______________ 1967-69 Jones, Warren _________ 1985, ’87-88 Jordan, Bill _________ 1964-65, ’66-67 Joseph, Neal _________________ 1956 Joy, Jim _________________ 1985-87 Judd, Clement _______________ 1930 Judd, Frank ______________ 1933-35

K-K-K Kaai, Bill ________________ 1969-71 Kaaialii, Mitchell __________ 1989-91 Kaaihue, Henry ______________ 1970 Kaakua, Hiram____________ 1929-30 Kaapuni, Sam_____________ 1934-37 Kaaua, Archie _____________ 1924-25 Kaawalauole, Ted _____________ 1957 Kaeo, Bill ________________ 1924-27 Kafentzis, Kent _____ 1981-82, ’84-85 Kafentzis, Kurt ___________ 1981-84 Kafentzis, Kyle ___________ 1983-86 Kafentzis, Landon _________ 2004-05 Kafentzis, Mark ___________ 1980-81 Kafentzis, Mikhail ____________ 2005 Kafentzis, Sean ______________ 1987 Kafentzis, Tyson __________ 2005-08 Kahale, Chad ____________ 2001-04 Kahn, Zehrin _______________ 1987 Kahoano, Emlen __________ 1982-83 Kahoano, Haku ___________ 1988-91 Kaho‘ohanohano, Adrian ___ 1972-74 Kaho‘ohanohano, Frank ________ 1951 Kahoonei, Ken _______________ 1950 Kahuanui, Harry __________ 1946-49 Kahuanui, Lance __________ 1972-75 Kajioka, Shayne __________ 2000-03 Kalakau, Willy ___________ 1983-84 Kalama, Lonn ____________ 1996-97 Kaleleiki, Kalani __________ 1986-89 Kalili, James __________ 1967, ’69-70 Kalilimoku, Brad __________ 2004-07 Kalilimoku, Chad _________ 2002-03 Kaloi, Alex ______________ 1974-76 Kam, Wilfred ________________ 1950 Kama, Reynolds __________ 1992-94 Kamai, Sean ________________ 1991 Kamakana, John _______________1959 Kamakana, Spencer _____________1940 Kamakawiwo‘ole, Kila ________ 2002-05 Kamakeeaina, Paulo __________ 1996 Kamalani, Alva ______________ 1947 Kamana, William ____________ 1974 Kane, Aaron _____________ 1985-87 Kane, Eleu ______________ 1997-98 Kaneshiro, Gilbert _________ 1953-54 Kanoa, Manly III _______ 1998-2001 Kaonohi, Marques ________ 2003-06 Kapanui, Chad ___________ 2001-04 Kapihe, Ellie______________ 1994-97 Kaspari, Ralph ___________ 1967-69 Kasparovitch, Eugene __________ 1937 Kato, Bill __________________ 1973 Kato, Walter _____________ 1951-52 Katoa, Danny ____________ 1994-95 Kau, Wendall ________________ 1946 Kauahi, Kani ________________ 1981 Kauaihilo, Norman ________ 1929-31 Kauffman, Phil ___________ 2001-04 Kauhane, Fred _______________ 1960

Kauhane, Randy _____________ 1965 Kauhane, Jacob ______________ 1958 Kauka, Francis ____________ 1936-39 Kauka, Jonathan ________ 1999-2000 Kaulia, Nuuanu __________ 1988-91 Kaulukukui, Joe ___________ 1937-40 Kaulukukui, Sol ___________ 1946-49 Kaulukukui, Thomas _______ 1934-37 Kawaguchi, Ken ________ 1947, ’49-50 Kawakami, Rod __________ 1968-69 Kawasaki, Harold _______ 1957-59, ’60 Kawawaki, Edward _________ 1953-56 Kay, Rich ________________ 1968-69 Kealoha, Beldin ___________ 1976-79 Kealoha, Eddie ___________ 1989-91 Kealoha, James ______________ 1974 Kealoha, Joe ______________ 1962-63 Kealoha, Moses ______________ 1949 Keawe, Art _______________ 1958-59 Keckeisen, Brian __________ 1975-78 Keith, Lance _________________ 1960 Kela, Samson _______________ 1985 Keliikipi, West ___________ 2003-04 Keliipuleole, Irwin ___________ 1959 Kelly, Dan ______________ 2005-08 Kemfort, Robert ________ 1997-2000 Kennedy, Brannon ________ 1994-95 Kenneybrew, Carl _________ 1979-82 Keomaka, Ryan ___________ 2004-07 Khan, Zerin ________________ 1990 Khan-Smith, Larry ________ 1987-90 Kia, Aaron _______________ 2006-09 Kiaaina, Ronald ______________ 1946 Kiesel-Kauhane, R.J. _______ 2006-09 Kilbey, Keoni _______________ 1990 Kilcoyne, Kekoa __________ 1996-97 Killen, Shephard __________ 1982-84 Kim, Chin Do ____________ 1937-40 Kim, Edward ________________ 1939 Kim, Peter __________________ 1978 Kim, Phillip _________________ 1951 Kim, Stanward _______________ 1939 Kim, Wallace ________________ 1956 Kim, Yong Hee ______________ 1930 Kimura, Robert ___________ 1946-47 King, Donnie ________________ 2011 King, Jack _______________ 1930-31 Kinilau, Sean _____________ 1985-87 Kinoshita. Thomas ____________ 1964 Kirby, John ______________1997, ’99 Kitagawa, Kenneth _________ 1956-59 Kiyosaki, Tom ____________ 1948-49 Kiyuna, Stan ________________ 1962 Klaneski, Eddie ___________ 1994-97 Kleidon, Greg _______________ 2002 Kleinkopf, Karl ___________ 1968-69 Klemm, Adrian ___________ 1996-99 Knight, Tom _____________ 1976-78 Knipple, Woody __________ 1984-85 Ko, Young Suk _______________ 1940 Ko, Young Suk _______________ 1949 Koahi, Al ___________________ 1958 Koani, Charlie _______________ 1955 Koga, Gilbert ________________ 1951 Kojima, Dwayne _____________ 1993 Kometani, Harold ______ 1937-38, ’40 Komine, Britton __________ 2001-04 Kozik, Franklin ______________ 1937 Kreutz, Henry _______________ 1971 Kreutz, Paul ________________ 1973

Kua, Stan __________________ 1978 Kuboyama, Clint _________ 1994-95 Kulbeth, Ralph ______________ 1976 Kuna, Steve ______________ 1964-65 Kunitomo, Casey _____________ 1977 Kuratani, Lawrence ___________ 1952 Kusunoki, Henry __________ 1932-35 Kyle, Doug ______________ 1979-81

L-L-L Laanui, Roland____________ 1954-57 LaBoy, Cliff _____________ 1973-75 LaBoy, Travis ____________ 2001-03 Lacey, Gerald ____________ 1993-95 LaCount, Kahai __________ 2003-06 LaCount, Kainoa __________ 2009-10 LaDay, Louis ________________ 1987 Ladd, Larry _________________ 1965 Laeli, Fale _______________ 2005-08 Lafaele, Michael __________ 2004-07 Lai, Herbert _________________ 1954 Lalau, Eric _______________ 1986-87 Lam Ho, Wallace __________ 1946-47 Lambert, Charles _____________ 1946 Lan, Robert _________________ 1987 Lane, Malcolm ____________ 2006-08 LaPointe, Stan ____________ 1962-63 Larsen, Greg _____________ 1984-85 Larsen, Lee ______________ 1981-82 Larsen, Walter ______ 1957-58, 59,’60 Larson, Ron _________________ 1962 LaSalle, Steve ____________ 1966-68 Latuselu, Kala ____________ 2003-04 Lau, Fred _______________ 1996-98 Lau, Leonard ________________ 1987 Lau, Micah ______________ 2004-07 Lau, Norman ________________ 1964 Lau, Thomas ________________ 1951 Laulu, Steve ________________ 1996 Laumoli, Jason ____________ 2006-07 Laurel, Art _______________ 2010-12 Laurel, Clayton ___________ 2009-11 Lavatai, Deroy _______________ 1965 Leaf, Jared __________________ 2012 Leahy, Bob _________________ 1970 Leano, Jerry ________________ 1995 Leatigaga, Chris ___________ 2008-09 Lee, Albert __________________ 1939 Lee, Curtis ______________ 1968-69 Lee, Francis _________________ 1940 Lee, Joseph _______________ 1933-36 Lee, Kalae________________ 2000-01 Lee, Paul ________________ 1971-73 Lee, Sam ___________________ 1948 Lee, Warren ________________ 1965 Lee-Ho, Zachary _____________ 2003 Lefiti, Matagisila __________ 2008-11 Lefotu, David _____________ 2011-12 Legay, Levi _______________ 2010-11 Lehor, Steve _____________ 1979-82 Lei, Danny _________________ 1981 LeJay, Quincy ____________ 1998-99 Lelie, Ashley ___________ 1999-2001 Lemes, Al ________________ 1925-26 Lene, Jared __________________ 2007 Leon, Rich _________________ 1968 Leonard, Adam ___________ 2005-08 Leonard, Brett ____________ 2010-11 Leonard, Joshua ___________ 2007-08 Leong, Albert ________________ 1939

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Leong, Franklin ______________ 1957 Leslie, Brandon ___________ 2011-12 Letuli, Laupepa ________ 2006-08, ’10 Letz, William ____________ 1971-73 Levingston, John __________ 1983-86 Lewis, Danney ________ 1988-89, ’91 Lewis, Gary ______________ 1976-80 Lewis, Gerard _____________ 2006-07 Lewis, Marlowe ______________ 1991 Liana, Bronson _________ 1998-2001 Libre, Daniel _____________ 2007-08 Liilii, Faamita ____________ 1991-93 Lim, Elmer __________________ 2010 Lincoln, Roger _______________ 1964 Linkner, Dylan ___________ 2005-08 Lipp, Joey _______________ 2007-09 Lister, John_______________ 2011-12 Little, Walt ______________ 1977-78 Liu, Alan ___________________ 1972 Liu, William_________________ 1954 Loeffler, Jordan____________ 2011-12 Logan, Douglas ______________ 1939 Lolotai, Mana_____________ 2007-10 Lolotai, Waylon ___________ 2010-11 Loo, Keola _________________ 2000 Look, Tim __________________ 1949 Lopati, Junior _______________ 1984 Lopes, John ______________ 1973-75 Lopes, Merv _____________ 1980-81 Lorenz, Tim ________________ 1985 Louis, Clarence ___________ 1934-35 Louis, Tony _________________ 1933 Lovell, Frank ________________ 1939 Lowe, John __________________ 1937 Loyd, Frank, Jr. ___________ 2011-12 Luck, Robert _____________ 1965-66 Lueke, Bob ______________ 1972-73 Lui, Robert__________________ 1966 Lum, David ______________ 1936-37 Lum, Francis _____________ 1947-48 Lum, Tennyson ______________ 1960 Lumford, Ricky _________ 1999-2000 Lumpkin, George __________ 1970-71 Luster, John _____________ 1968-69 Lutu, Leroy ______________ 2011-12 Lutu-Carroll, Paul ____________ 2004 Lyman, Albert _________ 1930, ’32-33 Lyons, Harry _____________ 1991-92 Lyons, Jim _________________ 1975 Lyons, Tim ______________ 1980-81 Lysen, Paul__________________ 1965

M-M-M Ma‘a, Thomas _______________ 1953 Ma‘afala, Abu ____________ 2002-03 Ma‘afala, Ben _______________ 1985 Ma‘afala, Nick ___________ 1985-86 Macfarlane, Walter_________ 1926-29 Maclean, Burton _____________ 1960 Macon, Johnny ___________ 1994-97 Maddox, Melvin _____________ 1973 Maeda, Nelson ___________ 1977-79 Maeva, David ____________ 1987-90 Maggitt, Dee _____________ 2011-12 Mahaley, Antwan __________ 2006-09 Mahelona, Steven ____________ 2001 Mahi, Don ______________ 1969-70 Mahoe, Ikaika _______________ 2010 Mahuka, Clayton _________ 1986-89 Mai, Dave __________________ 1966 121


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Maialoha, Solomon ___________ 1937 Maiava, Lesa ________________ 1996 Mailo, Anipati __________ 1999, 2003 Maka, Francis ________________ 2008 Malabuyoc, Joseph ____________ 2010 Malala, Michael __________ 2005-06 Malapit, Edward __________ 1951-52 Malepeai, Marcus _________ 1993-95 Malepeai, Marcus __________ 2011-12 Mamiya, Christy __________ 1953-56 Mamiya, George___________ 1949-51 Mamiya, Richard __________ 1946-49 Mane, Jason _____________ 1994-96 Maneafaiga, Bryan ___________ 2004 Manera, Paul _____________ 1989-91 Manners, Lono ___________ 2002-05 Mansfield, Jim ___________ 1991-93 Manuma, Matt ___________ 2001-04 Manuma, Steve ___________ 1970-71 Manutai, Lincoln _________ 2003-04 Manutai, Saipele __________ 1974-75 Manuwai, Vincent ______ 1999-2002 Mapu, Simi _________________ 1975 Marcellino, Jerry __________ 1976-77 Marino, Moses ____________ 1951-52 Marquardt, Ron __________ 1966-68 Martin, Hubbard _________ 1976-78 Martinez, A.J. ____________ 2005-07 Martinez, Jose _______________ 1998 Martinson, Martin _________ 1930-31 Masch, Zach _____________ 2010-11 Massey, Bill ______________ 1968-70 Masters, John ____________1972, ’74 Masterson, Ken ______________ 1987 Masuda, Raymond ________1959,1960 Matagiese, Siasau __________ 2011-12 Mateo, Belgelrio ______________ 1956 Matsukawa, Sadao _________ 1950-53 Matsuo, Kiyoshi ___________ 1947-50 Matsuo, Roy______________ 1957-58 Matsushima, Harris ________ 1974-77 Matsuura, Abraham ___________ 1939 Mauga, Ivan ________________ 1991 Mauia, Reagan ___________ 2005-06 May, John ____________ 1974, ’76-77 Mayo, Ken ______________ 1969-70 McAlevy, Charles _____________ 1930 McArthur, Dane __________ 1987-90 McBriar, Mat ____________ 2000-02 McBride, Darryl ___________ 2011-12 McCagg, Dylan ______________ 2012 McCarthy, Tom __________ 1982-84 McClain, Jimmy _____________ 1998 McCloud, Kim ___________ 1987-90 McCray, Patrick ___________ 1986-87 McCreery, Lew _______________ 1952 McElroy, Greg ___________ 1977-78 McGill, Kelly _____________ 1991-94 McGowen, Kim __________ 1974-77 McGregor, Calvin ____________ 1936 McGregor, Ivanhoe ___________ 1936 McKale, Bill _____________ 1979-80 McKay, Nathan ___________ 2006-08 McKeague, Allan _____________ 1956 McKenzie, Boyd ______________ 1937 McKenzie, Gordon____________ 1936 McLemore, Dana _________ 1978-81 McLeod, Kingman ________ 1978-79 McLin, Dennis _______________ 1966 McNicoll, Simmy ____________ 1922 122

McPherson, George ________ 1938-39 McReynolds, Joe ____________ 1976 Mead, Dana _____________ 1969-70 Mears, John ________________ 1971 Meatoga, Vaughn __________ 2008-11 Medieros, Jon_____________ 2007-09 Meier, John ______________ 1971-72 Melemai, William _________ 1974-76 Meletia, John ________________ 1963 Melvin, Calvin ___________ 1992-94 Mendez, David____________ 1951-52 Mendez, Richard _____________ 1952 Mendonca, Adolph ________ 1933-35 Merlo, Carl ______________ 1975-76 Merriman, George ____________ 1937 Meyer, Francis ____________ 1937-38 Meyer, William ___________ 1939-40 Meyers, Ian ________________ 1978 Miano, Rich _____________ 1982-84 Micus, Dillan ____________ 1995-96 Mihevic, Ed _________________ 1966 Miller, Dan ______________ 1972-73 Miller, Dee ____________ 1999-2000 Miller, Terill _________________ 1962 Millhouse, Kelvin Jr. _______ 2001-03 Mills, Billy _______________ 1958-59 Mills, Jim _______________ 1979-82 Milne, Kurt ______________ 2003-06 Milovale, Michael_____________ 2012 Mims, Calvin ____________ 1997-98 Miranda, Nolan __________ 2003-04 Mitchell, Bill ________________ 1962 Mitchell, Thero _________ 1999-2002 Miyasato, James ______________ 1951 Miyashiro, Michael ________ 2002-03 Mock, Chad _____________ 2005-06 Moe, Tanuvasa ___________ 2002-05 Moenoa, Uriah____________ 2001-04 Moetului, Charles _________ 1984-87 Mohoric, Mike ___________ 1968-69 Mojica, Tom______________ 1962-64 Moku, Sam ______________ 1983-86 Moleni, Harold ______________ 2012 Mollner, Mark ____________ 1997-98 Monico, Jordan ___________ 2010-11 Moniz, Bryant ____________ 2009-11 Monteilh, Keao _____ 2004-05, ’07-08 Montgomery, Bo __________ 2008-09 Montiho, Cliff ______________ 1973 Moody, Andrew __________ 1978-81 Moore, Bob _________________ 1967 Moore, James _________ 1978-80, ’82 Moore, Ken ______________ 1981-82 Moore, Robert ____________ 1949-50 Moreland, Turmarian ______ 2004-05 Moreno, Steve _______________ 1964 Morgado, Arnold _________ 1974-75 Morgan, Bobby _________ 1998-2000 Moriyama, Herbert _____ 1963-65, ’66 Morley, Mike ________________ 1955 Morris, Wesley ___________ 1997-98 Morrow, Jeff _____________ 1992-93 Morse, Anthony Morse, John ______________ 1922-25 Morse, Tony _____________ 1933-36 Moser, Lawrence _____________ 1952 Moses, Ernest _____________ 1932-35 Mosley, Kyle _____________ 1984-85 Mossman, David _____________ 1989 Mouton, Ryan ____________ 2007-08

Muir, Blake _________________ 2012 Mullins, Tom ________________ 1954 Murray, Daniel ______________ 2004 Murray, John _____________ 1934-35 Murray, Walter ___________ 1982-85 Mutter, Dave ____________ 1971-73 Myers, John _________________ 1966 Myrick, Ollie ____________ 1990-91

N-N-N Nagata, Allan ________________ 1930 Nagata, Fred______________ 1954-56 Nahalea, Albert ___________ 1930-32 Nahoopii, Sam _______________ 1951 Nakagawa, Dean __________ 1990-91 Nakagawa, Edward ____________ 1946 Nakamoto, Robert ____________ 1963 Nakamura, Ken ___________ 1946-49 Nakazawa, Tony __________ 1969-70 Nakea, Robert _______________ 1956 Nakikei, George ______________ 1953 Nakumara, Takeo _________1923, ’25 Narimatsu, Al________________ 1958 Nasca, Nathaniel _____________ 2008 Nash, Allan _________________ 1963 Natchsheim, Hank _________ 1947-48 Natividad, Frank __________ 1981-82 Nauahi, Viliami ___________ 2008-09 Naukana, George _____________ 1930 Naukana, George __________ 1958-59 Naumu, Arnold ___________ 1951-52 Naumu, Johnny ___________ 1939-40 Nautu, Branch ______________ 1996 Naylon, Raymond _________ 1952-54 Neal, Dean _________________ 1959 Neill, John _________________ 1990 Nelson, Alexander ____________ 1936 Nelson, Richard ______________ 1951 Newberry, Myron _________ 2006-07 Newman, Jeff ____________ 1989-91 Nickerson, Carl ______________ 1973 Nicola, Bennett ______________ 2010 Nielsen, Corey _______________ 2010 Nihei, Clarence ___________ 1956-59 Niiro, Kyle _______________ 2011-12 Niumatalolo, Ken _________ 1987-89 Noa, Henry ______________ 1972-73 Noa, Karl _______________ 2004-07 Noa, Kaulana ____________ 1996-99 Noa, Kilinahe ____________ 2001-04 Nobles, Joe___________ 1980, ’82-84 Nobriga, Ted ____________ 1930-31 Noga, Al ________________ 1984-87 Noga, Falaniko ___________ 1980-83 Noga, George ____________ 1993-95 Noga, Pete ___________ 1983, ’85-86 Nomura, Doug ___________ 1981-84 Norwood, Brian ____ 1983-84, ’86-87 Nozoe, Walter ____________ 1951-53 Nua, Mark ______________ 1985-88

O-O-O Oba, Joseph ___________ 1947-48, ’50 Obbema, Rick ____________ 1979-80 Oda, Stanley______________ 1956-58 O’Doherty, Tim ____________ 1976 Odom, Mark _____________ 1987-90 Odom, Zac ______________ 1991-94 O’Grain, Cliff ___________1959,1960 Oka, Mamoru ____________ 1953-54

Oka, Pat ________________ 1968-70 Okert, John _________________ 1968 Okimoto, Randall _________ 1995-96 Olchovy, Patrick __________ 2004-05 Oliveira, Francis ______________ 1948 Oliveira, Shane ___________ 1994-97 Olmos, James ________________ 1939 Olson, Harold ____________ 1937-39 Ono, Harry _________________ 1951 Onosai, Joe ______________ 1983-86 Ornellas, Kawika __________ 2009-12 Ortez, Casey ________________ 1973 Ortiz, Leo _______________ 1963-64 Ostrowski, Jeremiah ________ 2009-12 Oswalt, Carlton __________ 1993-96 Owen, Dustin ____________ 1998-99 Owens, Brian ____________ 1985-86 Owens, Chad _____________ 2001-04

P-P-P Paahao, Doug _______________ 1987 Paclebar, Corey____________ 2010-12 Paepule, Timo ____________ 2004-07 Paetz, John _________________ 1976 Page, Andy _________________ 1981 Pale, Peter _______________ 1990-93 Palimoo, Hiram __________ 1992-93 Pamplin, Rocky _____________ 1970 Pang, Henry ___________ 1957-59, ’60 Pang-Kee, Tony ___________ 1990-91 Pannell, John ________________ 1966 Panora, Joe _________________ 1978 Paoa, Gene __________________ 1950 Paredes, Corey ____________ 2008-11 Paredes, Parker _______________ 2010 Park, Radford _______________ 1978 Parkman, Roger __________ 1970-71 Parrilla, Harding _____________ 1978 Patek, Jacob ______________ 2006-07 Paternostro, Chuck ___________ 1969 Patterson, Dave ___________ 1969-70 Patton, Kenny __________2002, ’04-06 Pau, Lorgon __________________2007 Paul, Matt _______________ 1996-99 Paul, Tim __________________ 1974 Paulo, Conrad ____________ 1994-97 Pedersen, Erik ____________ 2006-07 Pedro, Thomas ____________ 1937-38 Pekelo, John ______________ 1946-47 Pennick, Ron _____________ 1980-81 Peoples, Khevin ___________ 2005-08 Perez-Sandoval, Omar _________ 1991 Perkins, Mike ____________ 1973-75 Permetter, Coyle ____________ 1985 Perry, George ____________ 2004-05 Perry, Ryan ______________ 2007-08 Peters, Hyrum ____________ 2000-03 Peters, Leonard ________ 2002-04, ’06 Petersen, Henry ______________ 1957 Peterson, Mike ___________ 1993-96 Phillips, Andy ____________ 1996-99 Phillips, Ne’Quan_____________ 2012 Piccola, Joe ______________ 1986-87 Pickens, Bob ________________ 1962 Pierson, Terry _______________ 1969 Pigg, Jauron ________________ 1998 Pigott, Bob ______________ 1996-97 Pilares, Kealoha ___________ 2007-10 Piltz, Maynard ____________ 1932-35 Pinoski, Rich _____________ 1986-87

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Pittman, Grant ______________ 1989 Pluckebaum, Vince ___________ 1972 Plude, Jon _______________1977, ’80 Plunkett, Terry ____________ 1951-52 Polk, James _________________ 1998 Pollard, Royce ____________ 2008-11 Poomaihealani, Sam __________ 1959 Porlas, Dane _____________ 2005-08 Post, Kenneth ________________ 1963 Poti, Blackie ________________ 1989 Poueu-Luna, Bubba ________ 2011-12 Poumele, Se‘e ____________ 2003-04 Pounds, Mitch ______________ 1980 Preston, Albert ___________ 1978-79 Price, Eugene ____________ 1978-80 Price, Larry__________________ 1952 Price, Larry ______________ 1961-64 Price, Mike_________________ 1985 Price, Roy _______________ 1953-56 Price, Tom __________________ 1958 Prohm, Benjamin _____________ 1992 Puaa Alexander_______________ 1965 Puaauli, Iosefa _______________ 1996 Puluti, Bill _________________ 1972 Pung, Moses _________________ 1956 Purcell, Amani ____________ 2006-07 Purcell, Elliott ____________ 2007-10 Purcell, Melila ____________ 2003-06 Purdy, Casey_________________ 2010 Purdy, George _______________ 1956 Purdy, Paul ______________ 1995-96 Pu‘u-Robinson, Jordan _________ 2012

Q-Q-Q Quaintance, Russell ________ 1935-38 Quarles, Bernard __________ 1981-82 Quina, Stan ________________ 1976

R-R-R Raappana, Richard ____________ 1951 Rakhshani, Steve __________ 1979-80 Randall, Louis ____________ 1989-91 Rausch, Brent _____________ 2008-10 Rawlins-Crivello, Kapono ______ 2010 Rea, Steve _______________ 1971-72 Reardon, John ______________ 1969 Reber, Mike _____________ 1969-70 Redd, Verlon ____________ 1978-81 Reed, Daniel ________________ 1999 Reed, Dewey _____________ 1994-95 Reed, Tanoai _____________ 1993-94 Rego, Jayson _____________ 2006-09 Rengal, Mike _______________ 1967 Reuss, Nick _________________ 1997 Reynolds, James _____________ 1976 Reynolds, McKinley _______ 1967-68 Rhinelander, Harvey _______ 1962-63 Rhode, Jeffrey ____________ 2002-05 Ricardo, Ramon ___________ 1970-71 Riccardi, Chris _________ 1998-2001 Rice, Joshua ______________ 2006-09 Richards, Golden ____________ 1972 Richards, Greg ______________ 1987 Richards, Jim ________________ 1966 Richards, Sterling ____________ 1975 Richardson, Pat __________ 1973, ’75 Riewerts, Ed _____________ 1979-80 Riley, Jim _______________ 1968-69 Ripley, Ed _______________ 1992-94 Rivera, Benjamin _____________ 1957

Rivers, Jason _______ 2003-04, ’06-07 Roach, Greg _____________ 1994-96 Roberson, Larry __________1974, ’76 Roberts, Calvin ___________ 2007-08 Roberts, Craig ____________ 1978-79 Roberts, Jim ________ 1964-65, ’66-67 Robertson, Ed _______________ 1968 Robertson, Gavin _________ 1987-90 Robinson, Dan ___________ 1998-99 Robinson, Erik ____________ 2007-08 Robinson, Reggie _________ 1980-81 Robinson, Robbie _________ 1995-97 Robinson, Sean ___________ 1988-90 Robinson, Sly ____________1970, ’72 Rodden, Jim ______________ 1964-65 Rodoni, Fred ________________ 1967 Rodrigues, Randolph ______ 1974-76 Rodrigues, Samson ___________ 1959 Rodriguez, Frank _____________ 1958 Rodriguez, Steve_____________ 1968 Roe, Morrie ______________ 1995-97 Rolovich, Jack _______________ 2004 Rolovich, Nick ___________ 2000-01 Ronquillo, Ben ____________ 1962-65 Ronquillo, Tom __________ 1975-76 Roscoe, Chris ____________ 1987-89 Rosehill, Hogan ______________ 2010 Rosehill, Olen ____________ 1997-99 Rosevold, Doug __________ 1996-97 Ross, Jason ______________ 1993-94 Roth, Mike _________________ 1978 Roundtree, Dave _____________ 1966 Runge, Bryce ________________ 2004 Ruppert, Richard ____________ 1971 Russell, Nathaniel _________ 2006-07 Rutkowski, Tracy ____________ 1987 Ruttman, Sonny______________ 1922 Ryder, Roy __________________ 1952

S-S-S Sagapolu, Tavita __________ 1987-90 Sai, Kapua __________________ 2012 Sakamoto, Milton ____________ 1963 Sakamoto, Wayne_____________ 1947 Salas, Greg _______________ 2007-10 Salavea, Peter _______________ 1995 Saleamua, Granville ________ 1983-84 Salisbury, George ____________ 1968 Salvador, Keahi ___________ 1990-91 Samana, Lyno ____________ 1989-91 Samia, Moses _____________ 2011-12 Sample, Ian ______________2004, ‘06 Sampson, Allen ___________ 2010-11 Samuseva, Lance __________ 2000-03 Samson, Ben ________________ 1959 San Diego, John ___________ 1951-52 Sansone, Mike _______________ 1967 Santa Cruz, Victor ________ 1991-94 Santamaria, Bernard __________ 1997 Santiago, Lane _______________ 1987 Santiago, Louis _____ 1981-82, ’84-85 Santiago, Walter___________ 1989-91 Santos, Jake _________________ 2008 Santos, Lester ________________ 1952 Santos, Ryan _____________ 2001-02 Saole, Rustin _____________ 2004-07 Sapolu, Jesse ______________ 1979-82 Sapolu, London ___________ 2010-11 Sarboe, Joe __________________ 1966 Sardo, Joe________________ 1989-91

Sataua, Itai ________ 1978-79, ’81-82 Satele, Alvis ______________ 1981-84 Satele, Brashton ___________ 2006-08 Satele, Hercules ___________ 2004-07 Satele, Liko ______________ 2009-11 Satele, Samson ___________ 2003-06 Sato, James __________________ 1947 Satterlee, Don ____________ 1970-72 Sauafea, Larry ____________ 2004-07 Saulsberry, Karman ________ 2000-01 Saunders, Rick ___________ 1985-87 Savaiigaea, Rocky __________ 2006-09 Sawyer, Harry________________ 1936 Scanlan, Jerry ____________ 1976-79 Schaaf, Mike _____________ 1970-71 Schabacker, Bob ______________ 1947 Schabacker, George ________ 1948-50 Scheible, Jon ________________ 1976 Schichtle, Casper __________ 1959-60 Schichtle, Henry _____________ 1959 Schmidt, Pat ________________ 1977 Schmidt, Robert ______________ 1960 Schook, Mike ____________ 1978-79 Schroeder, Sean ______________ 2012 Schroyer, John ___________ 1971-72 Schultz, Jim _____________ 1967-68 Scott, Mike _________________ 1982 Scotts, Colin _____________ 1983-85 Scullion, Kevin ___________ 1976-78 Seagrove, Curtis __________ 1967-68 Searle, David ________________ 1987 Searle, Theodore __________ 1922-25 Sellers, Mike______________ 2011-12 Sereno, William ______________ 1940 Seti, Siave ________________ 2006-07 Seumalo, Joe __________ 1985, ’87-88 Shaner, Frank ________________ 1940 Shanner, Eugene___________ 1965-66 Shaw, Carlos _____________ 1995-96 Shaw, Joe _______________ 1992-95 Sheather, Pat ________________ 1958 Sheridan, George _____________ 1963 Sherrer, Larry ____________ 1969-71 Shibata, Ken _____________ 1973-74 Shibuya, Robert ___________ 1946-47 Shibuya, Steve ____________ 1964-65 Shigematsu, Sean __________ 2011-12 Shimokawa, Ricky ____________ 1993 Shine, Tom __________________ 1966 Shinnick, Chris ___________ 1996-97 Shintaku, Elton ___________ 1971-74 Shishido, Shinji ___________ 1954-55 Shizuro, James ____________ 1954-55 Shon, Francis _____________1949, ’51 Show, Michael _______________ 1966 Shrout, Chad _________ 1995, ’97-99 Shulte, Robert ____________1951, ’53 Shutter, Cayman __________ 2010-12 Siaosi, Ed _____________ 1991, 1993 Sides, Vincent ______ 1981-82, ’84-85 Silen, Axel _______________ 1939-40 Silva, Bill ________________ 1967-68 Silva, Clement ____________ 1939-40 Silva, Hal ________________ 1946-49 Silva, Lawrence____________ 1937-40 Silva, Louis _______________ 1955-57 Silva, Mana ______________ 2008-10 Silva, Saffrey ________________ 2001 Simmons, Ramsey _________ 1972-73 Simon, Kirk ________________ 1979

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Simon, Kurt ________________ 1985 Simpson, Steve _______________ 1968 Sims, Doug Jr. _________ 1999-2000 Sims, Jack _______________ 1982-84 Sims, Marty ______________ 1982-84 Sims, Scott ____________ 1999-2000 Sims, Travis ______________ 1989-91 Sing, Robert _________________ 1954 Singh, Bobby ____________ 1995-96 Sione, Earvin ____________________ Sjoquist, Doug ___________ 1969-70 Skinner, Josh _____________ 1996-99 Slade, Larry _________________ 1995 Slepski Joe __________________ 1965 Slye, Jordan ________________ 2005 Smiley, Marlon ___________ 1992-94 Smith, Allen _____________ 1988-90 Smith, Anthony _____ 1996, ’98-2000 Smith, Arthur ______ 1974-75, ’77-78 Smith, Bernard ____________ 1936-39 Smith, Brian ___________ 1998-2001 Smith, Chris _____________ 1998-99 Smith, Donald _______________ 1929 Smith, George ____________ 1968-69 Smith, Gary ________________ 1965 Smith, Jeff __________________ 1967 Smith, Nollie _____________ 1937-40 Smith, Spencer ____________ 2007-10 Smith, Tom _________________ 1935 Smith, Vernon _______________ 1939 Snickles, Pat _____________ 1967-68 Snyder, Jerry _________________ 1966 Soares, Blaze___________ 2006-07, ’09 Sole, Mark _________________ 1976 Sone, Masao ______________ 1931-33 Sopoaga, Isaac ____________ 2002-03 Soto, Eric ________________ 1962-65 Sousa, Richard _______________ 1951 Sovio, Henry _____________ 1969-71 Sparks, Glenn _______________ 1971 Spelman, Richard _________ 1982-84 Spencer, Bob _____________ 1920-21 Spillner, Richard______________ 1953 Spithill, Jack _____________ 1968-69 Spotts, Gary _____________ 1976-78 Stabile, Bach _____________ 1993-94 Stafford, Bill _________________ 1967 Stanley, Levi _______ 1969-70, ’72-73 Stant, David _____________ 1988-89 Steeve, Doug ________________ 1967 Steinhoff, Keoni ___________ 2006-08 Stennis, Mike ______ 1976-77, ’79-80 Stennis, Sean ________________ 2003 Stephens, Billy ___________ 1986-87 Stephens, David __________ 1973-74 Stepter, Steven _______________ 2009 Stern, Ken _______________ 1962-63 Stevenson, Richard _________ 1988-91 Stevenson, Robert _________ 1934-36 Stewart, Coby _________ 1991, ’93-94 Stewart, Dick ________________ 1962 Stickler, Ryan ____________ 2003-04 Stokes, Carl ______________1980, ’83 Stone, Daniel ________________ 1939 Stone, Jim _______________ 1971-72 Stothers, Jerry_____________ 1955-56 Stranske, Arthur ___________ 1937-39 Street, Vincent ___________ 1997-98 Stringert, Harold __________ 1972-73 Strohlin, Roy _____________ 1937-39 123


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Strong, Frank _______________ 1984 Stuckey, Jim _________________ 1967 Stuprich, Reinhold ________ 1973-74 Stutzmann, Billy Ray _______ 2010-12 Stutzmann, Craig ________ 1998-2001 Sugino, Rocky ____________ 1946-47 Sullivan, Arthur ______________ 1951 Sumida, Mel_________________ 1962 Sur, Hank________________ 1955-56 Sutherland, Bill ______________ 1970 Sutton, Charles ___________ 1973-75 Sweeney, Chris ______________ 1999 Sydner, Jeff ______________ 1989-91 Sylvester, Joe _____________1962, ’64

T-T-T Tachibana, Alema _____________ 2011 Tachibana, Richard ___________ 1948 Tafuna, David ____________ 1986-87 Tafuna, Sione________ 1996-97, 2001 Tagalicod, Ron ______________ 1995 Tagawa, Kenneth _____________ 1960 Tagoai, Junior _______________ 1991 Taimatuia, TJ _____________ 2011-12 Takahata, Edwin __________ 1957-58 Takayesu, Saburo __________ 1946-49 Takushi, David ____________ 1948-51 Talaesea, Junior ___________ 1977-78 Talley, Herman ___________1989, ’91 Tam, William _____________ 1954-57 Tamanaha, Kenneth ___________ 1962 Tanaka, Susumu ___________ 1936-39 Tanigawa, Tyler __________ 1994-97 Tanuvasa, David __________1988, ’90 Tanuvasa, Maa ___________ 1990-92 Tanuvasa, Onosai ____________ 1974 Tarver, Marcus ___________ 1978-81 Tate, Mark _________________ 2001 Tauala, Marvis ___________ 1994-95 Taufa, Viliami ______________ 2001 Taufaasau, Henry ____________ 1959 Taufaasau, Hugh __________ 1965-66 Tautalatasi, Pepe _____________ 1990 Tautofi, Daniel ___________ 2004-05 Tautofi, Darrell ___________ 2003-04 Taylor, Andre _______________ 2005 Taylor, Bill __________________ 1955 Taylor, George _______________ 1962 Taylor, John ______________ 1982-83 Taylor, Jovonte ____________ 2008-09 Taylor, Rick ______________ 2007-08 Tenno, Toshio ____________ 1946-49 Teshima, Karl _____________ 1954-55 Teshima, Larry ____________ 1956-57 Tharp, Charles ___________ 1997-98 Thevenin, Leon ______________ 1936 Thomas, Adrian