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Mission Statement The mission of Endicott College is to instill in students an understanding of and an appreciation for professional and liberal studies. Deeply woven within this philosophy is the concept of applied learning, which has been the hallmark of Endicott. Linking classroom and off-campus work experience through required internships remains the most distinguishing feature of the College. Endicott has a vision for the total development of the individual within a community that fosters an appreciation of diversity, international awareness, community service, and moral and ethical values. Endicott is an innovative and vibrant, student-centered institution that supports undergraduate and graduate students in their pursuit of knowledge. Common threads run through the fabric of the Endicott experience: increased self-confidence, stronger professional skills and technological competencies, and perhaps the most valued of all, lives open to change.

endicott facts & figures • The Endicott undergraduate population is 2,299 (59% female, 41% male). • The undergraduate student-to-faculty ratio is 15/1 with an average class size of 17.6 students. • Undergraduate Endicott students have 28 bachelors degree programs to choose from with eight master and doctoral programs for post-graduates. • Undergraduate students can select from a variety of majors from the School of Arts of Science, Business, Communication, Education, Hospitality Management, Nursing, Sport Science and Fitness Studies, and Visual and Performing Arts. • Endicott’s retention rate for first-time, full-time, first-to-second year undergraduates is 88%. • Seventy-seven percent of graduates are employed full-time, and 16% of graduates further their education. Forty percent of fullsemester interns received job offers from their internship sites. • Endicott’s Beverly campus is only 25 miles from Boston with easy access to public transit into the city.

U.S. News and World Report ranks Endicott among “The top tier of Best Regional Universities (North).”


Choosing Endicott was a decision that I made due to the support that I felt I would receive from the school. I knew that when choosing schools I had to do what was best for my academics and secondly for my athletics. Endicott not only showed me that I can receive peer tutoring and that professors are always available to help, but the football program also takes its academics seriously. Along with practice every day we have two study halls a week in order to help student-athletes get their work situated and receive help while doing so. I ­realize the benefits to DIII football and the benefits of a smaller school. We aren’t being paid, we aren’t on scholarship, we are here playing our respective sports out of pure love for the game. If we didn’t want to be here we wouldn’t. There is nothing stopping us from leaving the team to be full-time students. DIII sports are all about passion, love, and drive. We play the game because we enjoy it and because we want to, not because we have to. – Marcell Cooper

craig lussier

Endicott is an amazing place that instantly grew on me. Being that I was a transfer student three years removed from playing my last football game, I was looking for a school that not only had great academics but also had a football team that I could immediately make an impact on. Endicott fit that mold to perfection and added much more. With a beautiful ocean front campus, a proven internship program and a campus over flowing with faculty, coaches, and fellow students who were willing to lend a helping hand, Endicott was a no-brainer for me. From my experience from the past two years I have attended Endicott, I have learned that DIII student-athletes are as passionate for the sports they are playing than any other athlete in the world. We play the sport for all the right reasons. The most rewarding experience about playing with a DIII athlete is, when you step out on the field you know you are surrounded by teammates who are out there with you because they truly love the game. – Oscar Moore

oscar moore

marcell cooper

I chose Endicott because it is a comfortable place that allowed me to take advantage of everything I was looking for. When I was touring the campus it gave a homey feeling that was easy to transition to. Endicott is also in a great location, on the beach, and right outside Boston. There are many things around this location that meet everyone’s needs. I chose Endicott because it allows me to balance school, football, and my social life; also the class sizes are smaller which gives you more time to interact with the professors. I chose DIII because I knew I would be able to come in and compete right away for playing time. I also chose DIII because there are no scholarships and everyone that is playing plays for the love of the game and not for the money. DIII allows me to keep playing the game and balance everything else I have going on. – Craig Lussier


55 conference titles, 47 NCAA appearances, two NCAA Sweet 16 appearances, 47 ECAC appearances, seven ECAC Championships 28 Athletic All-Americans, 62 Players of the Year, 33 Rookies of the Year, 27 Coaches of the Year 36 Endicott Athletics Hall of Fame members (dating back to 1994) Overall department win percentage of .591 (3317-2288-54); Conference-only win percentage of .719 (1771-687-19)


Numerous Academic All-Conference players and several team academic awards

Four Academic All-Americans and numerous Academic All-Region honorees 12 Conference Senior Scholar-Athletes of the Year

Endicott Academic Varsity Club recognized 51 sophomore and above studentathletes with GPAs of 3.50 or higher

Department-wide GPA mirrors or exceeds general Endicott student population


he Endicott football program waved goodbye to a star-studded cast of seniors that accumulated numerous All-American, Academic AllT American, All-Region, Player of the Year, Rookie of the Year, All-Division,

and Academic All-Conference awards on graduation day but looking ahead, Head Coach JB Wells, who enters his 10th season at the helm of Gulls football, sees a motivated group of returners and newcomers eager to return to NEFC Championship glory. “This group is a team,” says Wells. “This year will be different because there are no individual stars, no highly decorated guys about to be decorated again. This group is going to play with a chip on their shoulder, anxious to prove we’re still a good football program despite losing all those big name players.” At several different positions on the field, players who were waiting in the wings for two or possible three seasons will finally get their crack at a full-time workload. Players that could probably be starters at other programs patiently waited for their turn to represent the Blue and Green as a starter on the gridiron at Endicott Stadium. Despite a crop of fresh new faces to the starting lineup, the goal for the 2012 Endicott football season remains the same. “Our goal never changes: win games and play in the postseason. As a 10-win team last year that missed out on the NEFC Championship, we learned to win the games you’re supposed to win and you’ll find yourself competing for a title.”

“Our other goal is to focus on bettering ourselves every day and not thinking about who we are playing. Put in the work in the offseason, at preseason, at practice, and then on game day. We have an experienced coaching staff that will prepare for our opponent, but we don’t want our guys wrapped up in who it is.” Four senior captains will provide individual strengths and unique leadership methods this season: running back Jared DiBiase, offensive lineman Ian Suter, defensive lineman Oscar Moore, and linebacker Craig Lussier. The coaches go through an extensive search for the next season’s captains in the spring semester and Wells praises his four captains for what he expects each of them to bring to the table. “We have one guy who is great at speaking to the team, another who is good at loosening players up, a guy who we consider to be the enforcer and another who is mature and capable of seeing the big picture. We are lucky to have such a diverse set of high-character captains to lead this team.” With the loss of the 2011 NEFC Offensive Player of the Year and the program’s leader in every passing category, quarterback Phil Konopka, the Gulls will take a look a three viable candidates under center hoping to find one that will rise above the rest. Junior David St. Pierre, a NEFC Academic All-Conference honoree last season, showed good leadership and charisma after the spring season. Athletic with a big arm, sophomore Drew Frenette is also in the mix out of the returning players. Ryan McLaughlin, a sophomore transfer from Division II Southern Connecticut

has displayed a tremendous amount of physical ability and looks to compete for the job at preseason. The coaching staff will look for the next Endicott quarterback to have physical ability, command of the offense, and the ability to lead the team on the field. The Blue and Green are loaded at the running back position in 2012 with captain Jared DiBiase and fellow senior Mike Wheeler providing a deadly one-two punch in the backfield. DiBiase, who has served as backup to four-time NEFC All-Conference and Capital One Academic AllAmerican Mike Lane, is a hard runner who Wells says would be a starter on any other team were it not for the talent ahead of him. Wheeler, also a special teams MVP, possesses a ton of speed with the ability to bust out a long run at any moment. Wells plans to use both guys to increase production at the running back position that in 2011 ran for 198.5 yards per game with 23 touchdowns in 11 games. Senior Mike Murphy returns to headline an Endicott receiving core that is looking at expanded roles after taking over for Ryan Carino and Mike Fimiani who amassed a combined 221 receptions for 2,293 yards and 20 touchdowns over their careers. Murphy, a 2012 Preseason All-American, broke out for 44 catches, 843 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior last season and was named NEFC First Team All-Conference. Seniors Cam Lett and Jimmy Nguyen will take a larger role this fall but will also be pushed by junior Matt Smith for playing time. Ethan Curry, who moves from quarterback to receiver, is a great athlete looking to make an impact as is Nate Lewis, who has worked hard on his route running and catching skills in the offseason.


Taking over the tight end responsibilities from All-American Taylor Allen, who signed an undrafted rookie contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars this summer, will be junior Greg Dellorco, who Wells describes as a “hard-nosed, throwback player.” Dellorco is a great blocker and hitter, capable of outworking his opponent on the line, but also makes big plays in the passing game. Endicott’s offensive line took a hit with the loss of four legendary seniors including NEFC First Team All-Conference guard Nick Molinari, NEFC Second Team All-Conference tackle and captain Sean Gaffney, and Capital One Academic All-American center Mike Zupkosky. Wells, however, is happy that senior guard and captain Ian Suter is returning out to prove a point after his play was overshadowed by the strength of last year’s offensive line. Pat McMenimen, who played in some Endicott’s biggest games in program history over his career, will be injected into the starting lineup as a guard. Junior Casey McDonnell will get first crack at the center duties after learning behind Zupkosky and is poised for a breakout season after a strong spring. Junior Alec Gatzogiannis and sophomore Mike Marini will serve as the team’s tackles. Gatzogiannis has shown good technique and athleticism while Marini doesn’t wilt under pressure and plays with a chip on his shoulder. Anthony Fullmine and Andrew Edwards will also be in the mix as well as a few freshman lineman expected to have a solid preseason camp. The defensive line gets a serious shakeup with the loss of Kevin Eagan, one of the best defensive ends to ever come out of New England and all of Division III. Eagan wrapped up his career as an All-American with 371 tackles, 70 tackles or a loss, 23.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles, and seven fumble recoveries. Like Allen, Eagan signed an undrafted rookie contract with the Indianapolis

Colts over the summer. Captain Oscar Moore moves from outside linebacker to defensive end and after the spring season, has looked like a natural at the position. Junior Marcell Cooper, who rotated into the defensive line his first two years, comes into preseason in the best shape of his career and will continue to give opposing lineman fits. Tim Murray, a junior transfer from Hobart, has good size and athletic ability and will occupy the other end position. Seniors Kevin Pressey and Juan Fortich as well as junior Alex Filomeno will be rotated into action. The strength of the Endicott defense lies in their linebacker core with NEFC First Team All-Conference Peter Kallas and NEFC Second Team All-Conference and captain Craig Lussier taking up the inside. Kallas was second on the team as a junior last year with 63 tackles, including 7.5 for a loss of yardage, two forced fumbles and a recovery. Lussier finished right behind his teammate with 52 takedowns. Junior Nick Kozlowski also figures to be an inside linebacker threat. The outside linebackers for the Endicott defense will be senior PJ Bandini and junior Andrew Holfinger. Bandini turned in a career year as a junior, finishing fourth on the team in tackles with 47 with 12.5 going for a loss of yardage. Five of Holfinger’s 17 tackles in 2011 were behind the line of scrimmage. Junior Kyle Connolly, who had a good spring, and sophomore Eric Dwinell, slowed by injuries last fall, is expected to be healthy to play a role for the linebackers. This season’s defensive backfield is comprised of experienced safeties that will be in charge of leading relatively inexperienced corners who step into a larger role with the departure of two-time NEFC First Team All-Conference and captain Bill Hickey. Junior safety Jason Silva returns after finishing his 2011 Academic AllAmerican campaign among the NCAA leaders in interceptions.

Silva is once again on the national radar as a first time Preseason All-American. He is joined by safeties Andrew Lawson and Mike Lago who gained significant experience last season. At the corner position, junior Sean Griffith looks to take his game to the next level while Davas Wright, Jake Cox, Tyler Redding, and Mike Romanelli will be expected to step up into high impact roles this fall. The strongest and most consistent aspects of Endicott’s game this fall comes from junior Dylan Rushe, an All-American and twotime Fred Mitchell Award nominee, who enters this season as the team’s primary placekicker and punter. Rushe has broke and set numerous field goal records within the program, regional and national levels through only two seasons at Endicott. He ranked second in the country in field goals per game and 27th in overall scoring while sitting on top of the NEFC rankings in each of those categories. Wells expects that Jason Mawicki, a transfer from Catholic University, will be mixed in at the punter position to challenge Rushe while Robbie DiTommaso could get some action on kickoffs. The return game features kickoff specialist and running back Mike Wheeler, and punt return specialist Cameron Lett. Wheeler returned two kickoffs for touchdowns in his first season with the Gulls last year, including a 77-yard return in the ECAC North Bowl Championship. Lett is a reliable punt returner with good hands and does well avoiding losing yardage. Center Casey McDonnell will take over the long snapping duties from Taylor Allen and quarterback David St. Pierre will continue to be the holder. Wells expects younger players to make their presence known in special teams coverage before taking on larger roles on the team. Springfield College transfer, running back Andrew Cummings, could be in the mix in the return game.

Wells, who coaches the offensive line, welcomes back Associate Head Coach Tony Volpone for his sixth season at Endicott. Volpone acts as offensive coordinator and coaches the quarterbacks as well as runs the team’s recruiting efforts. Also coaching on offense will be receivers and special teams coach Drew Canan, tight ends coach Paul McGonagle, former Maine and Merrimack running back Keon Coleman who will work with those skill players, and offensive assistant Mark Ledbetter, 2012 graduate of Endicott who was a four-year offensive lineman for the Gulls. On the defensive side, defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach Bob Holmes enters his fifth year with the team. Todd Lemoine will handle the linebackers and Jason Scott will coach the defensive line. Like Ledbetter, Chris Gogolos returns to Endicott after playing four years as a NEFC Academic All-Conference defensive lineman and will be a defensive assistant. Endicott opens their season on September 1st on the road against last year’s NEFC runner up Framingham State before taking on a new opponent in Castleton State for the team’s home opener. Week three features Bridgewater State, another strong opponent out of the NEFC Bogan Division to provide a challenging beginning to the 2012 schedule. Endicott’s first divisional game is week four against Salve Regina, another favorite to contend for the NEFC Championship. “Every game is a challenge,” says Wells. “We need to focus on ourselves and making our team better every day. Success will come out of the work we put in.” n


Attempts Yards

RECEIVING

Avg.Carry

TDs

Long

Avg/G

Name

Mike Lane Mike Wheeler Jared DiBiase Topher Pochebit Cody Sinnott Delroy McDonald Mike Murphy Ryan Carino Phil Konopka Dylan Rushe Mark Sterns Dave St. Pierre TEAM

307 33 47 18 5 11 3 3 30 1 1 3 4

1517 331 257 84 41 38 12 12 -104 6 4 -6 -9

5.01 12.63 5.72 4.33 10 2.69 4.25 4.5 -3.15 6 4 -2 -2.33

13 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0

67 54 34 18 21 7 11 6 1 6 4 0 0

137.91 41.38 36.71 16.8 20.5 19 6 6 -11.56 6 4 -3 -3

TOTALS OPPONENTS

462 490

1579 1630

3.4 3.3

17 16

57 54

131.6 135.8

PASSING Name

Cmp-Att-Int

Pct

Yds

TDs

Long

Avg/G

Dave St. Pierre Stefan Jensen

200-300-9 6/9/2000 1/2/2000

66.67% 66.67% 50.00%

2683 79 13

27 0 0

79 27 13

243.91 26.33 13

TOTALS OPPONENTS

207-311-9 156-305-17

66.56% 51.15%

2775 1748

27 16

79 73

185 87.4

Phil Konopka

Catches

Yards

Avg.

TDs

Long

Avg/G

Mike Murphy Mike Fimiani Taylor Allen Ryan Carino Mike Lane Justin Burl Jimmy Nguyen Matt Smith Greg Dellorco Cameron Lett Topher Pochebit Cody Sinnott Mike Wheeler Izzy Abraham

44 41 35 42 15 10 5 2 5 3 1 1 1 2

843 493 482 459 202 85 65 40 33 25 21 13 12 2

19.16 12.02 13.77 10.93 13.47 8.5 13 20 6.6 8.33 21 13 12 1

7 4 6 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

66 41 79 56 59 21 15 27 11 17 21 13 12 3

84.3 49.3 43.82 41.73 25.25 21.25 21.67 20 8.25 8.33 21 13 12 1

TOTALS OPPONENTS

207 156

2775 1748

13.41 11.21

27 16

79 73

39.08 29.13

PUNT RETURNS Name

No.

Yards

Avg.

TD

Long

Cameron Lett Topher Pochebit

21 3

TOTALS OPPONENTS

24

136 71 207 40

6.48 23.67 8.63 6.67

0 2 2 0

26 29 29 23

6

KICK RETURNS Name

2011 Statistics

RUSHING Name

ALL-PURPOSE

TACKLES

Name

Rush

Rec.

PR

KOR

IR

Tot

Avg/G

Name

Mike Lane Mike Murphy Mike Wheeler Mike Fimiani Taylor Allen Ryan Carino Topher Pochebit Jared DiBiase Cameron Lett Justin Burl Jason Silva Jimmy Nguyen Cody Sinnott Matt Smith Greg Dellorco Delroy McDonald Mike Kearns Izzy Abraham Kevin Eagan Mike Lago DJ Kirsch Dylan Rushe Mark Sterns Matt Schafer Daron Holloway Bill Hickey Dave St. Pierre Phil Konopka TEAM

1517 12 331 0 0 12 84 257 0 0 0 0 41 0 0 38 0 0 0 0 0 6 4 0 0 0 -6 -104 -9 1579 1630

202 843 12 493 482 459 21 0 25 85 0 65 13 40 33 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2282 1721

0 0 0 0 0 0 71 0 136 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 260 130

0 0 314 0 10 0 212 63 0 40 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 28 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 741 1239

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 82 0 0 0 0 0 36 0 24 22 0 0 0 1 1 -3 0 0 0 227 77

1719 855 657 493 492 471 388 320 161 125 82 65 54 40 39 38 36 30 24 22 7 6 4 1 1 -3 -6 -104 -9 5089 4797

156.3 77.7 59.7 44.8 44.7 42.8 35.3 40.0 14.6 13.9 7.5 8.1 27.0 4.0 3.5 9.5 3.3 3.3 2.2 2.4 0.8 0.5 4.0 0.2 0.1 -0.3 -0.7 -9.5 -3.0 424.1 399.8

Kevin Eagan Peter Kallas Craig Lussier PJ Bandini Andrew Zani Oscar Moore Andrew Lawson Bill Hickey Jason Silva Matt Schafer Marcell Cooper Chris Gogolos Mike Lago Alex Filomeno Andrew Holfinge Nick Kozlowski Sean Griffith Mike Kearns Mike Wheeler Topher Pochebit Justin Burl Kyle Connolly Matt Smith Davas Wright Eric Dwinell Daron Holloway Jake Cox Seth Monbleau Juan Fortich Greg Dellorco

No.

Yards

Avg.

TD

Long

Mike Wheeler

9

314

34.89

2

84

Topher Pochebit

10

212

21.2

0

41

Jared DiBiase

4

63

15.75

0

23

Justin Burl

3

40

13.33

0

18

Izzy Abraham

2

28

14

0

15

Taylor Allen

2

10

5

0

10

DJ Kirsch

1

7

7

0

7

Greg Dellorco

1

6

6

0

6

Name

TOTALS

32

680

21.25

2

84

OPPONENTS

74

1295

17.5

2

85

Dylan Rushe Phil Konopka

TOTALS OPPONENTS

TACKLES cont...

Solo

Ast.

Tot.

TFL/Yds

Sacks/Yds

53 22 21 27 22 17 27 26 14 16 11 10 11 6 11 9 10 10 7 7 5 2 5 2 3 4 2 2 2 3

51 41 31 20 22 26 14 10 16 6 11 9 7 12 6 6 4 3 5 2 2 5 2 4 3 1 3 3 3 0

104 63 52 47 44 43 41 36 30 22 22 19 18 18 17 15 14 13 12 9 7 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 3

23.0-87 7.5-20 3.0-13 12.0-34 7.5-52 5.5-29 1.0-1 1.0-2 1.0-1 4.0-20 3.0-9 4.0-18

8.5-54 1.0-9 1.5-12 1.0-7 3.0-40 1.0-15

2.5-14 5.0-10

1.5-13

2.0-14 0.5-3 2.0-11

1.0-6

TOTALS OPPONENTS

Yards Avg Long 1163 36.34 49 16 16 16 1179 35.73 49 2155 32.65 57

TB 0 0 0 1

FC 8 0 8 18

I20 15 1 16 8

Blkd 0 0 0 2

Solo

Ast.

Tot.

Cameron Lett Mike Romanelli Max Fatello Kevin Beakey Delroy McDonald Sean Gaffney Ryan Carino Mike Maher Izzy Abraham Vinny Franco Mike Mazzola Mike Fimiani Marcell Hardmon Tom O'Donnell Mike Lane Zack Martin Dylan Rushe Nick Jarboe DJ Kirsch Kevin Maxen Andrew Fellini TEAM

2 3 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 387 434

1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 340 386

3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 727 820

TOTALS OPPONENTS

TFL/Yds

Sacks/Yds

81-316

22-178

INTERCEPTIONS

PUNTING No. 32 1 33 66

Name

Name

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Long

Jason Silva Bill Hickey Kevin Eagan Mike Lago Matt Schafer Daron Holloway Mike Kearns

6 4 3 1 1 1 1 17 9

82 -3 24 22 1 1 36 163 185

13.67 -0.75 8 22 1 1 36 9.59 20.56

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

34 0 20 22 1 1 36 36 55

TOTALS OPPONENTS

FIELD GOALS Name

FGM-FGA

Pct

Dylan Rushe

17-26

65.4

01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Long Blk

0-0

8-12

5-7

3-5

1-2

55

3

Shawn Clukey

1-1

100.0

0-0

0-0

1-1

0-0

0-0

31

0


2012 Roster

#

Full Name

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / Highschool

#

Full Name

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / Highschool

#

Full Name

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / Highschool

#

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / Highschool

1 2 3 4 5

Jimmy Nguyen Jared DiBiase Mark Stearns Mike Murphy Drew Frenette

Sr. Sr. So. Sr. So.

SE RB QB SE QB

5-8 5-6 6-0 6-3 6-2

170 190 193 205 170

26 26 27 28 29

Dave Anderson Dave Donovan Curtis Manuel Daron Holloway Andrew Cumming

Jr. So. Jr. So. So.

DB LB DB DB RB

5-8 6-0 6-0 5-7 5-10

185 195 180 160 185

DL OL SE SE

5-10 5-10 6-2 5-11

195 280 185 170

DB

5-8

170

7 8

Oscar Moore Marjan Solomon

Sr. Fr.

LB DB

6-2 6-0

238 193

30 David Odhiambo

So.

RB

5-6

190

31 Tyler Redding

Jr.

DB

5-11

185

82 83 83 84

Bret Egizi Lawrence Gonzalez Nate Lewis Tylor Buckley

So. Fr. So. Fr.

SE SE SE SE

6-0 6-1 5-11 5-10

185 185 175 160

9

Ryan Brannigan

Fr.

QB

5-11

180

195 150

210

145

5-10 5-6

6-0

5-7

DB RB

LB

SE

Jr. Fr.

So.

Jr.

32 Mark Theriault 33 Anthony Carter

57 Brendan Quinn

10 Nick Imprescia 10 David Lang

Fr.

DB

5-10

180

160 205 205 185 170

58 58 59 59

Jr. Fr. So. Fr.

DL LB OL LB

6-0 5-10 6-0 5-10

235 180 195 195

6-2 5-10 5-9 6-2 5-10

205 190 175 198 170

180 180 185 180 170 170 195 210

5-9 6-1 6-2 5-6 5-8

TE SE SE SE SE

5-11 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-4

RB KP LB RB RB

Jr. Fr. Fr. So Fr.

SE DB SE KP SE DB LB QB

Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Greg Dellorco Lincoln Hanke Jamison Craft Cameron Hooper Nathan Silveira

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

Christian Bohn Jason Mawicke PJ Bandini AJ Guthro Jordan Saintil

84 85 86 87 87

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

33 34 35 35 36

60 Nathan Harrington 61 Matthew McDonald

Fr. Fr.

DL OL

6-0 6-4

225 250

88 Brendan McKenna 89 Angel Lopez

So. Fr.

TE FB

6-3 5-11

215 225

36 Dave Grunbeck

Fr.

DB

6-0

160

90 Connor Adams

Fr.

DL

6-2

255

64 Kyle Mahoney

Fr.

OL

6-0

265

65 Greg Murray

Fr.

OL

6-6

295

19 Davas Wright

Jr.

SE

5-11

190

20 Mike Romanelli

So.

DB

5-7

170

21 22 23 23 24 25

Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

RB DB LB RB DB DB

5-10 6-2 5-11 5-8 5-10 5-9

190 210 205 175 180 165

66 67 68 69 71 72

Ian Suter Sam Rose Alec Gatzogiannis Mark Vogel Pat McMenimen Anthony Souza

Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Gr. Jr.

OL OL OL DL OL OL

5-10 5-7 6-4 5-11 6-2 6-3

300 250 270 240 275 280

91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98

Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Jr.

LB DL LB DL DL DL DL DL

6-2 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3

210 240 200 215 212 230 225 225

Jr.

DL

6-0

235

West Chester, Pa./ Episcopal Academy Wantagh, N.Y./Wantagh Plaistow, N.H./Timberlane Hebron, Conn./RHAM Woburn, Mass./ Arlington Catholic Westwood, Mass./Westwood Bedford, Mass./Bedford Acushnet, Mass./New Bedford Madbury, N.H./ St. Thomas Aquinas Franklin, Mass./Franklin Celina, Texas/Celina Phillipston, Mass./Gardner Braintree, Mass./Braintree Middleton, Mass./ Masconomet Regional Amherst, Mass./Souhegan San Juan, Puerto Rico/ Copeyville School Palmer, Mass./Williston Northampton School Sterling, Mass./Clinton Somerset, Mass./Somerset Enfield, Conn./Enrico Fermi Miami, Fla./Sunset Plymouth, Conn./Holy Cross Avon, Conn./Northwest Catholic Lincoln, Neb./Crete West Hartford, Conn./ Northwest Catholic Dorchester, Mass./Wellesley

73 Andrew Edwards 74 Anthony Fulmine 75 Ryan Mrozek

So. So. Fr.

OL OL OL

6-2 6-2 6-1

265 280 260

Fr.

SE

5-10

170

76 Ryan Green

Fr.

DL

6-2

275

Westwood, Mass./Westwood Dracut, Mass./Dracut Yonkers, N.Y./Fordham Prep Somerset, Mass./Somerset Beverly, Mass./Beverly Sleepy Hollow, N.Y./Pleasantville Amherst, Mass./Souhegan Beverly, Mass./Beverly Dracut, Mass./Dracut Trumbull, Conn./St. Joseph Lawrenceville, Ga./ Worcester Academy South Huntington, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Essex Junction, Vt./Essex Stonington, Conn./Ledyard Mashpee, Mass./Mashpee Billerica, Mass./ Billerica Memorial Bedford, N.H./Bedford Mendon, Mass./ Nipmuc Regional Boca Raton, Fla./American Heritage Del Ray Killingworth, Conn./ Haddam-Killingworth Southbury, Conn./Pomperaug Ann Arbor, Mich./Skyline Wells, Maine/Wells Sudbury, Mass./Lincoln-Sudbury Exeter, N.H./Exeter Rehoboth, Mass./ Dighton-Rehoboth Regional Falmouth, Maine/Falmouth Carver, Mass./Carver Shelton, Conn./ Bridgton Academy Leicester, Mass./Leicester

Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr.

Fr.

200 200 180 230 210 260 190 190 220 250 240

Tom O’Donnell Casey McDonnell Adam McLaughlin Alec Matys

30 Christian Farrell

5-10 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-0

78 79 80 81

180

FB LB DB FB LB OL LB LB LB OL DL

307

5-11

Fr, So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Gr.

6-5

QB

Andrew Fiumedora Seth Monbleau Brian Sussingham Nick Almeida Peter Kallas Michael Minerva Eric Dwinell Nick Kozlowski Craig Lussier Mike Marini Bobby Gourdeau

OL

Jr.

46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56

Sr.

Dave St. Pierre

Seekonk, Mass./Seekonk Duxbury, Mass./Duxbury Beverly, Mass./Beverly Roxbury, Mass./Lexington Springfield, Mass./ Westminster School Windsor, Conn./Northwest Catholic Framingham, Mass./ Framingham Marlborough, Mass./ Marlborough Beverly, Mass./Beverly Manchester, Conn./ Northwest Catholic West Hartford, Conn./Hall Trumbull, Conn./Staples Waltham, Mass./Waltham Saugus, Mass./Saugus Deep River, Conn./ Valley Regional Amesbury, Mass./ St. Thomas Aquinas Longmeadow, Mass./ Williston Northampton School Marshfield, Mass./Marshfield Hampstead, N.H./ Pinkerton Academy Brockton, Mass./ Suffield Academy Andover, Mass./Andover Bellingham, Mass./Bellingham Palm Beach, Fla./ Palm Beach Central Queens, N.Y./Loomis Chaffee Fairfield, Maine/Lawrence Farmington, Conn./Farmington Acton, Mass./ Acton-Boxborough

77 Rob Reinhard

6

Methuen, Mass./Central Catholic Cranston, R.I./Cranston West Hanover, Mass./Hanover Chelmsford, Mass./Chelmsford New Bedford, Mass./ Greater NB Reg Voc Tech Beverly, Mass./ North Shore Tech Cambridge, Mass./St. Mary’s Waltham, Mass./ Cushing Academy East Greenwich, R.I. /Bishop Hendricken North Andover, Mass./ Central Catholic North Attleboro, Mass./ North Attleboro Uxbridge, Mass./Nipmuc Newtown, Conn./Newtown Waltham, Mass./Waltham Palos Verdes, Calif./Peninsula Guilford, Conn./Guilford Wrentham, Mass./Waltham Berlin, Conn./Berlin Tomkins Cove, N.Y./ Albertus Magnus Fall River, Mass./ Bishop Connolly Lighthouse Point, Fla./ Cardinal Gibbons Hanover, Mass./Hanover Palatine, Ill./Maynard West Hartford, Conn./Hall Rocky Point, N.Y./Rocky Point Marshfield, Mass./Marshfield Framingham, Mass./ Framingham Greenwich, Conn./ Harvey School

Matt Smith Mike Lago Cameron Lett Dylan Rushe Ethan Curry Jake Cox Kyle Connolly Ryan McLaughlin

Mike Wheeler Jason Silva Salvatore Ghamo Cody Sinnott Sean Griffith Andrew Lawson

25 Ricky Schulman

37 Tim Murray

Jr.

DL

6-4

235

38 Brian Mey 39 Luke Somers

Fr. So.

DB DB

5-10 5-11

175 175

40 Trevon Offley

Fr.

RB

5-6

185

40 Fred Scribner 41 RJ Lynch 42 Michael Maldonado

Fr. So. Fr.

SE LB LB

5-11 5-10 6-1

170 225 225

43 44 45 45

Kevin Caba Kevin Pressey Robbie DiTomasso Dan Hussey

Fr. Sr. Sr. So.

FB DL KP LB

5-10 6-2 6-2 6-0

220 260 200 205

Nick Thayer Cal Williams Dylan Read Brian Thompson

Full Name

Andrew Holfinger Adam Pan Joseph Vella Juan Fortich Brian Kalosky Kevin Beakey Ansel Whittle Alex Filomeno

99 Marcell Cooper


JB Wells

Location......................................................... Beverly, Massachusetts Founded ........................................................................................ 1939 Enrollment ............................................................................... 2,299 Nickname....................................................................................... Gulls Colors.......................................................................... Blue and Green Home Field............................................................... Endicott Stadium Affiliations.................................................NCAA Division III, ECAC Conference............... New England Football Conference (NEFC) President............................................................Dr. Richard E. Wylie Director of Athletics.................................................Brian Wylie Head Coach......................................................JB Wells (tenth year) Assistant Coaches............................................................................

Tony Volpone (Associate Head Coach/Off. Coordinator/Recruiting) Bob Holmes (Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs) Drew Canan(Receivers/Special Teams) Todd Lemoine (Linebackers) Jason Scott (Defensive Line) Paul McGonagle (Tight Ends) Keone Coleman (Running Backs) Mark Ledbetter (Offensive Assistant) Chris Gogolos (Defensive Assistant) Coaching Record...............................53-38 (38-22 NEFC Boyd) (.582 winning percentage) 2011 Record ................................................. 10-1 (6-1 NEFC Boyd) All-Time Program Record................................53-38 (58.2%) 9 Total Seasons football Phone........................................................ 978-232-2324 Email.....................................................................jwells@endicott.edu

September 1 Framingham State 8 Castleton State 15 Bridgewater State 22 Salve Regina* 29 Curry*#

Framingham, Mass. Beverly, Mass. Bridgewater, Mass. Middletown, R.I. Beverly, Mass.

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October 6 Nichols* 13 Plymouth State* 20 UMass Dartmouth* 27 Western New England*

Beverly, Mass. Plymouth, N.H. North Dartmouth, Mass. Beverly, Mass.

1:00 PM 2:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM

November 3 MIT* 10 NEFC Championship

Beverly, Mass. TBA

*indicates New England Football Conference Boyd Division game #indicates Homecoming Weekend

5:00 PM TBA

2012 schedule

onn.) 19 88-9 1 Played at Trinity (C Brown 19 91 Tight Ends Coach at h at Trinity Offensive Line Coac (Conn.) 19 92-93 h at Bates 19 94-9 5 ac Co ne Li e iv ns fe Of h, Passing Game Quarterbacks Coac ersity of Chicago Coordinator at Univ 19 96-97 nator, Offensive Co-Offensive Coordi (Conn.) 19 98 Line Coach at Trinity h, Offensive Assistant Head Coac rbacks Coach Coordinator, Quarte 19 99-0 1 at Illinois Wesleyan cott 2001-present Head Coach at Endi

Athlete of the Year), produced countless team season, then 40 weeks of offseason. We are a community service hours, and served as admis- year-round football program and we expect our sions tour guides amongst other things. players to buy into that. It’s not just strength and under 10th year head coach JB Wells, conditioning, but our players focus on academics, On the field, Wells has helped develop six All- team building, leadership development, commuhas certainly flourished on the field in a limited amount of time thanks to a NEFC Americans, six D3Football.com All-Region win- nity service, and other things.” Championship and NCAA Tournament ap- ners, two ECAC North Players of the Year and eight ECAC North All-Stars, two NEFC Defensive At the end of the day, Wells promotes accountpearance in 2010, an ECAC North Bowl Players of the Year, a NEFC Offensive Player ability as a core value that all his players should victory last fall, and an overall record of 53-38 (.582) over nine seasons. Wells, of the Year, two NEFC Rookies of the Year, 66 possess in order to create a cohesive unit on the NEFC All-Division winners and two standouts that field. The results tie into the program’s emphasis seemingly, takes the most pride in earned undrafted rookie contracts from the NFL. on team and leadership development. incorporating football into the broader goal of creating a memorable college Endicott’s success can be attributed to a vari“Players in our program understand that their experience. ety of factors including organized and purposeful actions affect somebody else. They will naturally “Our job as coaches is to be educa- practice methods, the dedication of Wells’ coor- be accountable to the coach holding the whistle tors,” says Wells, who enters his 22nd dinators and assistant coaches, and a challenging at practice. We tell our guys that good teams are year of coaching collegiate football. offseason training program that prepares players accountable to their coach, but great teams are accountable to their teammates. The coaches “We want to be the best football pro- for the rigors of a long gridiron season. know that if the players embrace this philosophy, gram, but we also want to make sure “We don’t waste a second of time at practice. then there are going to be some exceptional leadthat we are developing good students, Every drill that we do is directly correlated to good athletes, and good people. I want something that we have seen on film to prepare ers on the team.” to contribute to a player’s education in us for the next Saturday. Our players are conThe Gulls are coming off a record-breaking seaall areas, not just on the field.” sistently engaged at practice because we don’t son in which they went 10-1 (a program record The results of Wells’ philosophy on spend more than 10 minutes on a single drill. It for wins) with an ECAC North Bowl Championship football have been astounding. En- keeps things fresh, it keeps the players moving over Mount Ida and are just one season removed from their NCAA Tournament appearance after dicott football players have produced and thinking, and helps our coaches too.” claiming the 2010 NEFC Championship. 143 NEFC Academic All-Conference “The offseason is most important for our on the winners, two Capital One Academic field success because if you think about it, there All-America honorees, a Hal Chalm- are two weeks of preseason, a 10-week playing ers Award Winner (NEFC Scholar-

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