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TABLE OF CONTENTS RHODE ISLAND QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION

Location .............................................................Kingston, R.I. Enrollment ...................................................................15,904 Founded ..........................................................................1892 President..................................................Dr. David M. Dooley Athletic Director ....................................................Thorr Bjorn Athletic Phone ...............................................(401) 874-5245 Athletic Web Site ...............................................GoRhody.com Conference ......................................................... CAA Football Nickname .......................................................................Rams Colors ...................................... Keaney Blue, Dark Blue, White

TEAM INFORMATION

Home Field .....................................................Meade Stadium Capacity .........................................................................6,555 Surface ...............................................................Natural Grass Press Box Phone .............................................(401) 874-4616 2009 Record .................................................................... 1-10 Conference Record (Finish) ....................................... 0-8 (6th) NCAA Tournament Appearances ............................................3 Offensive Starters Returing/Lost ....................................... 8/3 Defensive Staters Returning/Lost ...................................... 9/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ....................................... 36/12

COACHING INFORMATION

Head Coach ....................................Joe Trainer (Dickinson '90) Record at URI................................................... Second season Career Record ......................................... 14-30 (four seasons) Office Phone...................................................(401) 874-2406 Office Fax .......................................................(401) 874-4084

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact ................................................Tom Symonds Office Phone:..................................................(401) 874-5356 Fax Phone: .....................................................(401) 874-5354 E-Mail Address: .................................tsymonds@mail.uri.edu

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RHODY FOOTBALL

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2010 RAMS

General Information Team Information Coaching Information Sports Information Meade Stadium

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2010 Preview/Team Information 2010 Roster 2010 Returners 2010 Newcomers/Freshmen

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COACHES AND STAFF

Head Coach - Joe Trainer 40-42 Assistant Head Coach/Off. Line - Roy Istvan 43 Offensive Coordinator - Chris Pincince 44 Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line - Rob Neviaser 45 Special Teams/Running Backs - Eddie Allen 46 Secondary/Recruiting Coordinator - Ryan Crawford 47 Linebackers - Rapheal Dowdye 48 Tight Ends/Special Consultant - Bob Griffin 49 Wide Receivers - Ari Confesor 50 Strength and Conditioning - Mike Sirignano 51 Director of Football Operations - Dan Silva 52 Associate Athletic Director/Health and Performance - Kim Bissonnette 53 Senior Associate Athletic Trainer - Andy Llaguno 53

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OPPONENTS

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2009 REVIEW

Buffalo/Fordham New Hampshire/Brown William and Mary/Delaware Maine/Towson Villanova/Richmond Massachusetts/All-Time vs. Ranked Opponents All-Time Record vs. 2010 Opponents Homecoming Statistics/2009 Honors Game Box Scores

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Team & Individual Records

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Year-by-Year Results

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MEDIA INFORMATION

Media Policies/Credentials Media List

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2010 RHODE ISLAND FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Date 09/02/10 09/11/10 09/18/10 10/02/10 10/09/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 10/30/10 11/06/10 11/13/10 11/20/10

Opponent / Event at Buffalo at Fordham vs. New Hampshire *^ vs. Brown # at William & Mary * at Delaware * vs. Maine % at Towson * vs. Villanova *$ at Richmond * vs. Massachusetts *!

Location Buffalo, N.Y. Bronx, N.Y. Meade Stadium Meade Stadium Williamsburg, Va. Newark, Del. Meade Stadium Towson, Md. Meade Stadium Richmond, Va. Meade Stadium

Time 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 12:30 p.m.

* - CAA Game | ^ - Military Day | # - Governor’s Cup/Family Weekend | % - Homecoming | $ - Youth Day | ! - URI Employee Appreciation/Senior Day

The 2010 University of Rhode Island football media guide was written and designed by Tom Symonds, Coordinator of Sports Communications. Editorial assistance by Mike Laprey and Jodi Pontbriand. Cover design by Tom Symonds and Jodi Pontbriand. Assistance also provided by Willie McGinnis and Dan Higgins. Photography from Joe Giblin, Doug Learned, Ed Pepin Mike Scott and Nick Murgo. Back cover photos by Joe Giblin and Doug Learned. Special thanks to the entire URI football coaching staff. Printing by Rhode Island Printing services.

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MEADE STADIUM, in its 81st year as the “Home of the Rams,” was constructed in 1928. On June 2, 1938, the facility was named in honor of the late John E. “Jack” Meade (Class of ‘15). A devoted fan, he was said to have never missed a home football or basketball game until his death in 1972 at the age of 78. Meade was the holder of the number one certificate as a registered professional engineer and was the deputy director of public works and engineer for the city of Providence for 32 years.

A powerful leader in the General Assembly, Meade was named by Governor Theodore F. Green to the Board of Regents for Rhode Island State College (later named the University of Rhode Island) and Rhode Island College of Education. He was honored with a lifetime award by the alumni association in 1938 and was a member of the URI Century Club. He was posthumously inducted into the Rhode Island Athletic Hall of Fame in 1972.

For two seasons, the Rams utilized a tent in front of the Tootell Complex as a locker room. When The Ryan Center opened in 2002, the facility housed a state-of-the-art football locker room, modern athletic training room and a locker room for coaches. In 2005, Dr. Robert Carothers, president of the University of Rhode Island, announced first phase plans to refurbish Meade Stadium.

Meade Field, as it was known in the early years, originally included only a few seats on the west side of the field. In 1933, a Football Field House was constructed, which served as the Rams’ locker room for years.

The first stage of the renovation included the installation of a new scoreboard and the refurbishment of the east stands of the stadium. The scoreboard includes a message center and other features, which enhance a fan’s enjoyment of the game. The east stands were fitted with a vinyl covering providing more comfort, better appearance and esthetics. In 2006, the Rams opened an additional 1,600 seats on the west end of the stadium which are attached to The Ryan Center, bringing the seating capacity to 6,554.

A year later, the west concrete stands were constructed under the direction of athletic director Frank Keaney. The stands and a small press box were built to accommodate 1,500 fans. The facility was renamed Meade Stadium in 1978 when a 50-row concrete, aluminum and steel grandstand opened bringing the seating capacity to 8,000 under the guidance of Athletic Director Maurice Zarchen. A larger press box, concession stand and rest room facilities were added in 1980. Total cost of the project was $600,000. New natural turf was installed in 1983 and a computerized scoreboard was added in 1986. During the summer of 2000, the field house and west grandstand were demolished to make room for The Ryan Center, reducing the seating capacity of Meade Stadium to 5,180.


MEADE STADIUM’S TOP 25 CROWDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Year 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948

13,052 12,933 12,211 12,092 11,231 10,446 10,443 10,230 10,228 10,227 10,145 10,114 10,000

Boston University Lafayette Northeastern Connecticut New Hampshire Richmond Massachusetts Boston University Boston University Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire Connecticut

Record Attendance (Avg.) 2-3 3-0 5-0 2-0 1-3 4-1 2-1 2-1 3-0 1-2 1-1 2-1 3-0 3-0 1-0 No team-World War II No team-World War II 1-0 2,500 (2,500) 1-0 5,000 (5,000) 2-2 15,000 (3,750) 2-1 11,000 (3,667)

Oct. 20, 1984 Oct. 26, 1985 Oct. 8, 1983 Nov. 17, 1973 Oct. 24, 1987 Dec. 1, 1984 Oct. 4, 1980 Oct. 16, 1982 Oct. 20, 1989 Oct. 6, 1984 Oct. 19, 1991 Nov. 2, 1985 Nov. 14, 1991 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

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

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22-7 41-21 30-10 7-7 14-28 23-17 8-26 16-26 13-15 20-19 52-30 30-20 34-29 15,400 (3,850) 11,212 (3,737) 16,200 (4,050) 15,712 (5,237) 13,000 (4,333) 16,200 (4,050) 12,500 (4,167) 18,818 (4,705) 8,000 (2,667) 14,101 (3,525) 13,000 (4,333) 10,700 (3,567) 16,200 (4,050) 18,944 (4,736) 16,600 (4,150) 27,000 (6,750) 21,800 (5,450) 23,400 (5,850) 31,200 (7,800) 22,300 (5,575) 26,500 (5,300) 28,100 (9,367)

14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

9,882 9,842 9,841 9,737 9,624 9,515 9,442 9,437 9,421 9,407 8,897 8,813

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

Boston University Northeastern Southern Connecticut Brown New Hampshire Brown Maine New Hampshire Northeastern Massachusetts Connecticut New Hampshire

36,827 (9,207) 27,099 (6,775) 34,915 (8,729) 26,536 (4,423) 25,208 (5,042) 18,252 (6,084) 32,439 (6,488) 25,717 (5,243) 24,241 (4,848) 20,453 (5,113) 50,032 (8,339) 37,032 (7,604) 48,469 (8,078) 44,103 (8,821) 64,752 (9,250) 43,207 (7,201) 36,017 (7,203) 29,003 (5,801) 25,772 (6,443) 39,116 (6,528) 34,119 (6,824) 24,003 (4,801)

Oct. 18, 1986 Oct. 10, 1981 Oct. 22, 1983 Nov. 7, 1981 Oct. 21, 1981 Sept. 27, 1986 Sept. 21, 1985 Nov. 3, 1973 Nov. 9, 1985 Oct. 6, 1989 Nov. 16, 1985 Oct. 29, 1977

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

3-2 0-5 4-2 4-2 1-4 1-4 1-5 1-4 4-1 3-3 2-4 2-4 2-3 3-3 2-3 2-4 1-4

All-Time Record All-Time Attendance

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0-17 33-0 17-7 8-10 14-12 7-27 34-14 40-16 34-21 13-16 56-42 21-20

21,510 (4,302) 21,037 (4,207) 30,247 (5,041) 22,560 (3,760) 17,464 (3,493) 20,871 (5,041) 20,163 (3,361) 19,660 (3,932) 24,306 (4,861) 21,045 (3,508) 20,786 (3,464) 19,691 (3,282) 14,235 (2,847) 19,026 (3,171) 17, 181 (3,436) 29,119 (4,853) 18,931 (3,786) 172-159-5 (.527) 1,516,600 (4,639)


2010 SEASON PREVIEW RAMS WELCOME BACK 18 STARTERS The 2010 edition of the Rhode Island football team welcomes back a lot of familiar faces this fall. This season, Rhody returns 18 starters, including seven on offense, nine on defense and two on special teams.

Paul-Etienne opened the year on a high note as he totaled 245 yards of total offense and accounted for three touchdowns (164 - passing and 81 - rushing) in the Rams’ seasonopening victory over Fordham (Sept. 5).

THE 2010 SCHEDULE NCAA Championship participants New Hampshire, Richmond, William and Mary and defending National Champion Villanova highlight the 2010 University of Rhode Island football schedule. The Rams open the 2010 campaign on Thursday, Sept. 2 as they travel to Buffalo to take on a Bulls team, which claimed the 2008 Mid-American Conference title. The Rams open their slate at home on Sept. 18 as they welcome NCAA playoff The Rams open their 2010 season on Thursday, Sept. participant New Hampshire. In its last three 2 at 7 p.m. against Buffalo. meetings with New Hampshire, URI has racked up over 500 yards of total offense. The Rams close out the year with three of their final five games at home against Maine (Oct. 23), 2009 National Champion Villanova (Nov. 6) and Massachusetts (Nov. 20). DAMON EARNS SPORTS NETWORK PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA THIRD TEAM HONORS Linebacker Rob Damon was named Preseason All-America Third Team by the Sports Network. In 2009, Damon burst on the scene to lead the CAA with 124 stops. He also posted 14.0 tackles for loss, which ranked fifth in the CAA. Following the year, Damon was named Sports Network All-America and All-CAA Third Team. HANSEN CLOSES IN ON ALL-TIME TACKLES RECORD Senior linebacker Matt Hansen currently has 287 career tackles and is just 102 stops shy of surpassing Paul Picciotti’s (1998-01) career mark of 388. In 2009, Hansen surpassed 100 total tackles for the second-consecutive season as he finished second on the team with 103 stops. In 2008, the Rhode Island native led the team in tackles with 111 en route to receiving AllCAA Second Team and All-New England honors as a sophomore. I’LL TAKE THAT Rhode Island made habit of gaining turnovers, gaining 26 in 2009 (11 - interceptions; 15 - fumbles). The Rams finished their 2009 campaign with a plus 10 turnover margin, which ranked second in CAA Football.

The Florida native came on strong toward the end of the year as he averaged 236.7 yards passing and tossed 10 touchdowns, while only throwing three interceptions during the final four games of the season. His 10 touchdowns were the most of any CAA quarterback in the last four games of 2009. Included in Paul-Etienne’s final four games of the season was his season-best 424yard performance against nationally-ranked New Hampshire where he also tossed four touchdown passes. Paul-Etienne’s 424-yard performance against the Wildcats ranks as the ninth-best single game performance in URI history. Paul-Etienne came to Kingston after he spent two years at Rutgers, but saw limited action as he played behind former Scarlet Knight quarterback Mike Teel. Former Hofstra quarterback Steve Probst will serve as Paul-Etienne’s back-up and could push him for a starting position. In 2009, Probst saw a significant amount of action for the Pride as he played in seven games, passing for 466 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore. He also showed a strong ability to run with the ball as he finished second on the team in rushing with 332 yards. Rhody also returns sophomore Marc Lucarini and redshirt-freshman Robert Bensen. Neither quarterback saw action in 2009, but both continued to improve during the spring season and could be option for the Rams in the years to come.

Quarterback Chris Paul-Etienne averaged 236.7 yards passing in the Rams’ final four games of 2009.

RUNNING BACKS The Rhody running game will feature some fimiliar faces this season in the form of senior Anthony Ferrer and sophomore Ayo Isijola. Both Ferrer and Isijola rushed for over 350 yards in 2009 and both tailbacks posted 100-yard rushing games against Brown and Towson, respectively.

RAMS WELCOME THREE TRANSFERS FROM HOFSTRA Over the offseason, Rhode Island welcomed three transfers from Hofstra University, who will suit up for the Rams this upcoming fall in the form of quarterback Steve Probst, wide receiver Billy Morgan and defensive back Chris Edmond. Probst and Edmond will both have two years of eligibility, while Morgan will have three years of remaining at URI.

Isijola figures to be the leading candidate to earn the starting spot heading into the 2010 season after he posted a strong spring season.

2010 SEASON TO MARK THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 1985 TEAM This season marks the 25th anniversary of the 1985 Rhode Island football team, which advanced to the NCAA playoffs after posting a 10-3 overall record, including a perfect 5-0 mark in Yankee Conference play, which earned the school its first undefeated and untied conference title since it joined the league 39 years earlier. During the year, Rhody won a school-record eight games. Following the year, the Rams were honored as the ECAC Team of the Year.

Joining Ferrer and Isijola in the backfield will senior Michael Okunfolami, who played in five games as a junior, but spent most of his time on special teams.

QUARTERBACKS In his first significant action since high school, quarterback Chris Paul-Etienne made the most of his first season as a colleigate starter as he threw for 1,745 yards through the air and 14 touchdowns.

In 2009, Bynum had a breakout season as a red-shirt freshman with 38 receptions for 506 yards (13.3 average). The Pennslyvania native ranked second on the team in every major receiving category and should prove to be a valuable asset to the team’s offense this season.

Ferrer enters his final season in Kingston with 11 career touchdowns; nine of which have come on the ground. In 2009, he led the team in rushing (411) and rushing touchdowns (5).

WIDE RECEIVERS Despite the loss of all-conference wide receiver Shawn Leonard to graduation, the Rams still feature a deep and talented receiving group this season with sophomores Ty Bynum and Brandon Johnson-Farrell headlining the list of returnees.

Johnson-Farrell returns to the mix after missing most of the 2009 season with a toe injury he suffered during the Rams’ visit to Massachusetts in the second week of the season. 4

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Brandon Johnson-Farrell was named All-CAA Third Team in 2008.

Following the season, Johnson-Farrell received a medical red-shirt and after a strong spring, the Maryland native appears to be back to his 2008 form where he led the team in receptions en route to earning All-CAA Third Team honors.

DEFENSIVE LINE This season the Rams return three starters from last year’s defensive line, including senior Victor Adesanya and juniors Willie McGinnis and Matt Rae.

In addition, to the talents of Bynum and Johnson-Farrell, the Rams also added Hofstratransfer Billy Morgan. In 2009 with the Pride, Morgan showed some potential as he hauled in 13 passes for 173 yards (13.3 average). In the annual Blue-White game this past spring, Morgan led all Rhody receivers with six catches for 100 yards.

This fall, the trio return to the practice field with a another year of experience under their belts and will look to build on their 2009 campaign, which saw them combine for 101 total tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss and six sacks.

Junior Ryan Lawrence will join the receivers this fall, moving from running back. In 2009, Lawrence finished the year with 18 receptions for 164 yards.

TIGHT ENDS With David Wilson departing the team because of graduation, the Rams will look to junior Joe Migliarese and senior Tom Lang to fill the void left by Wilson, who finished the year with 149 yards receiving. Migliarese and Lang both saw action at tight end, but in a very limited role. However, both showed signs of potential in 2009. OFFENSIVE LINE Rhody returns four starters from last fall in the form of senior Dave Valley, juniors Jason Foster, Michael Gross and Kyle Bogumil. Over the last two years, the four returnees have combined to play in 79 games and make 65 starts.

LINEBACKERS This season, the Rhody linebacking unit returns each of its starters from the 2009 season in the form of seniors Matt Hansen, Rob Damon and Joe Harris. Last season, the trio combined to make 32 starts, 285 tackles and record seven sacks.

Hansen leads the way having started at linebacker the past two seasons. The Rhode Island native has recorded back-to-back seasons of 100 tackles or more. Damon, returns to the fold after a breakout 2009 season where he led the CAA in tackles with 124 en route to earning All-CAA Third Team honors. In addition, to Hansen, Harris and Damon, sophomores Manee Williams and Kenny Smith could see some action after both displayed strong spring seasons. In addition, senior Dan O’Connell should see some time this fall. In three previous seasons, the Rhode Island native has appeared in 31 games and has totaled 87 career tackles.

In 2009, the Rhody offenisve unit posted 400 yards or more in three games, including a 535yard effort against nationally ranked New Hampshire.

DEFENSIVE BACKS This fall the Rhode Island secondary possess something it lacked a year ago. Depth.

The Rams also welcome back Matt Greenhalgh, who started one game a year ago as a redshirt freshman. Sophomore Michael Farr also returns to give Rhody some extra added depth on the offensive line.

Heading into the 2009 season, Rhody’s returning defensive backs combined to play in 34 games and make 17 starts a year ago.

STARTERS RETURNING: 18 OFFENSE: 7 OL - Kyle Bogumil OL - Jason Foster OL - Michael Gross OL - Dave Valley QB - Chris Paul-Etienne RB - Anthony Ferrer WR - Ty Bynum

TOTAL NO. OF STARTERS LOST: 6 OFFENSE: 3 WR - Joe Bellini WR - Shawn Leonard TE - David Wilson

DEFENSE: 9 DL - Victor Adesanya DL - Willie McGinnis DL - Matt Rae LB - Matt Hansen LB - Rob Damon LB - Joe Harris DB - Robenson Alexis DB - Jarrod Williams DB - Matt Urban

SPECIAL TEAMS: 1 LS - Devin Johnson

SPECIAL TEAMS: 2 P - Tim Edger PK - Louis Feinstein

DEFENSE: 2 DL - Steve Weedon DB - Rodney Mitchell

TOTAL NUMBER OF LETTERWINNERS RETURNING: 38 Offense: 16 Defense: 20 Special Teams: 2 TOTAL NUMBER OF LETTERWINNERS LOST: 21 Offense: 6 Defense: 14 Special Teams: 1

Linebacker Rob Damon led the CAA in tackles with 124 in 2009.

Among the returnees is senior Jarrod Williams, who last season recorded a career-high 65 tackles and a team-best four interceptions. This fall, Williams will move to corner after spending a majority of the 2009 campaign at safety. Dean College tranfer Stanley Dunbar and Hofstra transfer Chris Edmond will also add some extra help to the Rhody secondary. In Jarrod Williams led the Rams with four interceptions 2009, Edmond finished fifth on the team in in 2009. tackles with 51. He also brings a considerable amount of experience to the team, having played in 22 games throughout his collegiate career. Redshirt freshman David Zocco could also see some time this fall after he put together an impressive spring season. During the annual Blue-White game, Zocco had two interceptions and returned one for a touchdown.

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2010 ROSTER Alphabetical No. Name 81 Ramadan Abdullah 91 Victor Adesanya 2 Robenson Alexis 85 Drew Anderson 33 Anthony Baskerville 19 Nick Becker 75 Andrew Belizaire 18 Robert Bentsen 55 John Bicknell IV 72 Kyle Bogumil 98 Brandon Bramwell 86 Matt Brown 21 Tyquan Bynum 37 Rodney Chance 45 David Coleman 57 Alex Craft 15 Doug D’Angelo 22 Devon Dace 23 Jordan Dalton 5 Rob Damon 32 Darrell Dulany 17 Stanley Dunbar 30 Tim Edger 9 Chris Edmond 53 Kyle Elliott 59 Michael Farr 54 Justin Favreau 14 Louis Feinstein 13 Danny Fenyak 44 Anthony Ferrer 7 Ellis Foster 74 Jason Foster 93 Alex Frazier 89 Derek Gibson 51 Matt Greenhalgh 71 Michael Gross 52 David Hansen 20 Matt Hansen 6 Joseph Harris 49 Miller Hinds 34 Travis Hurd 27 Ayo Isijola

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Pos. WR DE CB K DB QB OL QB LS OG DE WR WR DB DB LB QB CB S LB DB CB P S DE OG LB K QB RB RB OT DT TE C OT LB LB LB S RB RB

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 49

Name Chris Paul-Etienne Robenson Alexis Brandon Johnson-Farrell Evan Shields Rob Damon Joseph Harris Ellis Foster Steve Probst Chris Edmond Tom Lang Billy Morgan Danny Fenyak Louis Feinstein Doug D’Angelo Marc Lucarini Stanley Dunbar Robert Bentsen Nick Becker Matt Hansen Tyquan Bynum Devon Dace Jordan Dalton Jarrod Williams Daniel O’Connell Ryan Lawrence Ayo Isijola De’ Ontray Johnson Colton Woodall Tim Edger Matt Urban Darrell Dulany Anthony Baskerville Travis Hurd George Tsakirgis Brandford Sowah Rodney Chance Michael Okunfolami Cameron Josse Chris Mancuso David Zocco Anthony Ferrer David Coleman Ali Muhammad Manee Williams Miller Hinds

Pos. QB CB WR CB LB LB RB QB S TE WR QB K QB QB CB QB QB LB WR CB S CB LB WR RB RB S P S DB DB RB LB WR DB RB S LB S RB DB LB LB S

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

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Wt. 190 180 185 190 205 225 185 215 200 240 165 180 185 180 205 185 200 195 230 205 180 200 200 220 200 190 170 185 185 205 190 185 180 230 175 160 195 210 220 220 225 190 225 220 190

Yr. Hometown/Last School SR Miami, Fla./Rutgers JR Boca Raton, Fla./Rutgers SO Odenton, Md./Arundel JR Adelphi, Md./Gonzaga College Prep SR Piscataway, N.J./Trinity-Pawling SR Lowell, Mass./Lowell SO Baltimore, Md./Baltimore City College JR North Massapequa, N.Y./Hofstra JR Freeport, N.Y./Hofstra SR Concord, Mass./Rutgers SO Chester, Pa./Hofstra FR Chantilly, Va./Westfield JR Irvine, Calif./University H.S. FR Sparta, N.J./Sparta SO Laurel Springs, N.J./Camden Catholic JR Johnston, R.I./Dean College RS FR Warwick, R.I./Warwick Veterans Memorial FR Coral Springs, Fla./Pine Crest SR Providence, R.I./La Salle Academy SO Lancaster, Pa./Milford Academy JR St. Louis, Mo./Salisbury Prep SO Willingboro, N.J./Paul VI SR Glen Mills, Pa./West Chester East SR Barrington, R.I./Milford Academy JR Bloomfield, N.J./Bloomfield SO Brooklyn, N.Y./Sheepshead Bay FR San Diego, Calif./Hoover RS FR Davie, Fla./North Broward Prep JR Hainesport, N.J./St. Joseph’s Prep SR Warren, R.I./Mount Hope JR Philadelphia, Pa./Valley Forge Military Academy JR Franklin, Mass./Dean College FR Branford, Conn./Cheshire Academy RS FR Lynnfield, Mass./The Governor’s Academy JR Providence, R.I./Bishop Hendricken FR Mansfield, Mass./Mansfield SR Providence, R.I./Canterbury Prep SO Oakland, N.J./Indian Hills JR Atlantic City, N.J./Holy Spirit RS FR Nashua, N.H./Nashua South SR West Greenwich, R.I./Cranston West FR Montcliar, N.J./Montcliar RS FR Kingston, Pa./Wyoming Valley West SO New Rochelle, N.Y./New Rochelle RS FR Flanders, N.J./Mt. Olive


2010 ROSTER No. 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 63 67 70 71 72 74 75 77 80 81 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98

Name Shomari Watts Matt Greenhalgh David Hansen Kyle Elliott Justin Favreau John Bicknell IV Willie McGinnis Alex Craft Kenny Smith Michael Farr Jeff Kennedy Brian Louth Dave Valley Ian Monzo Kevin Mustac Michael Gross Kyle Bogumil Jason Foster Andrew Belizaire James Murray Joe Migliarese Ramadan Abdullah Zack Moore Drew Anderson Matt Brown Kyle Steadman Trevor Turner Derek Gibson Dan Luntz Victor Adesanya Josh Moody Alex Frazier Matt Sheard Mike Rinaldi James Timmins Matt Rae Brandon Bramwell

Pos. LB C LB DE LB LS DT LB LB OG OL OL OG OL OL OT OG OT OL DE TE WR WR K WR WR WR TE DE DE DE DT DT DE DL DT DE

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

Wt. 215 295 190 265 210 240 300 215 235 300 240 255 295 255 260 280 280 285 265 225 240 170 185 170 175 180 180 240 220 235 235 245 255 225 215 290 250

Yr. RS FR SO FR JR FR RS FR JR FR SO SO FR RS-FR SR SO FR JR JR JR SO SO JR FR SO FR SO SO SO FR RS FR SR FR SO JR FR FR JR SR

Hometown/Last School Philadelphia, Pa./Haverford Chepachet, R.I./Ponaganset Providence, R.I./La Salle Cresskill, N.J./Cresskill Wakefield, R.I./South Kingstown Hopkinton, Mass./Hopkinton Norwich, N.Y./Bainbridge-Guilford East Greenwich, R.I./East Greenwich Jersey City, N.J./St. Peters Prep Cornwall on Hudson, N.J./Navy Prep Hope, R.I./Scituate East Windsor, N.J./Hightstown East Providence, R.I./East Providence Oxford Hills, Maine/Oxford Hill Rutherford, N.J./St. Mary’s North Arlington, N.J./North Arlington Mountain Top, Pa./Crestwood East Pittsford, Vt./Bridgton Academy Monsey, N.Y./St. Joseph Regional North Scituate, R.I./Scituate Blue Bell, Pa./La Salle College Philadelphia, Pa./Germantown Wyckoff, N.J./Ramapo Warwick, R.I./Bishop Hendricken North Kingstown, R.I./Bishop Hendricken North Easton, Mass./Oliver Ames High Hanover, Md./Meade Sr. Bloomfield, N.J./Worcester Academy Croton, N.Y./Croton-Harmon Staten Island, N.Y./Merrimack College Staten Island, N.Y./Tottenville Westfield, Mass./Bridgeton Academy Mt. Laurel, N.J./Camden Catholic Dallas, Texas/Jesuit Prep Staten Island, N.Y./Curtis York, Pa./Dallastown Area Long Island, N.Y./Nassau JC

Head Coach: Joe Trainer (Dickinson '90), third season at URI - second season as a head coach Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line Coach: Roy Istvan (Southern Connecticut ‘90) Assistant Coaches: Eddie Allen (Special Teams/Running Backs), Alex Auerbach (Offensive Assistant), Ari Confesor (Wide Receivers), Ryan Crawford (Secondary/Recruiting Coordinator), Rapheal Dowdye (Linebackers), Bob Griffin (Tight Ends/ Special Consultant), Greg Hadley (Defensive Assistant), Rob Neviaser (Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line), Chris Pincince (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks), Dan Silva (Director of Football Operations)

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No. 28 3 40 60 10 26 61 16 90 41 56 80 67 92 84 11 46 77 70 25 38 1 8 97 95 94 4 58 36 87 96 35 88 31 63 50 24 47 29 42

Name De’Ontray Johnson Brandon Johnson-Farrell Cameron Josse Jeff Kennedy Tom Lang Ryan Lawrence Brian Louth Marc Lucarini Dan Luntz Chris Mancuso Willie McGinnis Joe Migliarese Ian Monzo Josh Moody Zack Moore Billy Morgan Ali Muhammad James Murray Kevin Mustac Daniel O’Connell Michael Okunfolami Chris Paul-Etienne Steve Probst Matt Rae Mike Rinaldi Matt Sheard Evan Shields Kenny Smith Brandford Sowah Kyle Steadman James Timmins George Tsakirgis Trevor Turner Matt Urban Dave Valley Shomari Watts Jarrod Williams Manee Williams Colton Woodall David Zocco

Pos. RB WR S OL TE WR OL QB DE LB DT TE OL DE WR WR LB DE OL LB RB QB QB DT DE DT CB LB WR WR DL LB WR S OG LB CB LB S S

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THE RAMS 91 VICTOR ADESANYA

2 ROBENSON ALEXIS

Staten Island, N.Y. St. Thomas More/Merrimack

Boca Raton, Fla. West Boca Raton/Rutgers

DE

SR

CB

235

6-4

G 11

UT 16

AT 16

Total 32

12 11 34

28 23 67

17 11 44

45 34 111

TFL-Yds 13.0-72 Did not play 3.5-13 6.5-38 10-51

Sacks 10

Int 0

FF 3

FR 0

PD 0

1 4 5

0 1 1

0 3 3

0 1 1

0 2 2

2009: Finished the year with 34 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss and four sacks, which tied for second on the team... Had a dominant game defensively in the Rams’ season-opener against Fordham (9/5) as he registered six solo tackles, forced two fumbles, recorded two sacks and two tackles for loss... Recorded one sack and one tackle for loss at home versus Hofstra (10/17)... Totaled six tackles, one sack and one tackle for loss at home against William and Mary (10/31)... Pulled down his first career interception and tallied five tackles at New Hampshire (11/7). 2008: Had three solo tackles, one for a loss of yards against Monmouth (8/30)... Finished with eight tackles against Fordham (9/7)... Recorded six tackles against Hofstra (9/20)... Wrapped-up five tackles (four solo) against Boston College (9/27)... Registered five tackles against Towson (10/11)... Grabbed three solo tackles and a sack against William and Mary (10/25)... Had three tackles (one for a loss of yards) against Maine (11/15)... Finished the season with two tackles against Northeastern (11/22).

Year 2009 Career

G 9 9

UT 14 14

AT 17 17

Total 31 31

TFL-Yds 1.0-2 1.0-2

Sacks 0 0

Int 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 1 1

PD 1 1

2009: Posted a season-high eight tackles at Massachusetts (9/19)... Recovered one fumble and totaled five tackles at Connecticut (9/26)... Had one pass break-up and three tackles against Villanova (10/24)... Tallied seven tackles at New Hampshire (11/7). 2007-08 (Rutgers): Worked primarily with the scout team during his two seasons. High School: Three-year starter... Split time between wide receiver and quarterback as a senior... Rated as the No. 69 wide receiver prospect in the country and the No. 83 prospect in the state of Florida according to Rivals.com... Second Team All-Big Schools selection by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Classes 4-6A)... Guided West Boca Raton to a 9-2 record and first playoff appearance in school history. Personal: Born March 28, 1988... Son of Nicole Alexis... Has two brothers (Junior and James) and two sisters (Alphonse and Geralda)... His cousin Jason Chery plays wide receiver for the Carolina Panthers... List Jerry Rice and Terrell Owens as his favorite athletes... Sociology major at URI.

2007: Sat out after transferring from Merrimack College. 2006: Attended Merrimack College, where he was a member of the Warrior football team… Helped Merrimack earn its first-ever NCAA Tournament berth... Second Team All-Northeast 10 selection… Finished with 10 sacks, which ranks second all-time in school history… Recorded 3.5 sacks in collegiate debut at Stonehill (9/1) … Member of A.L.A.N.A. Club. High School: Attended St. Thomas More Prep, where he was a member of the football and track teams… Helped football program to a 12-1 mark and a 2005 NESC Championship… First Team AllNESC… Boston Globe All-NESC selection… Member of High Honor Roll… Received Most Outstanding Student honors... Attended Curtis High School… Four-year member of football program… Also competed in track & field for one year… Member of yearbook committee. Personal: Born February 14, 1987… Son of Vincent Adesanya and Victoria Ayeni… Has seven siblings – Bukky, Aelebambo, Victoria, Wonu, Anthonia, Diwura, and Yumbo… Enjoys dancing, music, movies, and photography… Lists Deion Sanders, Terrell Owens, Shawn Merriman, and Dwight Freeney as his favorite athletes… Finance major and communications minor at URI.

8

180

6-1

ALEXIS’ CAREER STATS

ADESANYA'S CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

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THE RAMS 75 ANDREW BELIZAIRE

18 ROBERT BENTSEN

Monsey, N.Y. St. Joseph Regional

Warwick, R.I. Warwick Veterans Memorial

OL

SO

265

6-3

QB

BELIZAIRE’S CAREER STATS Year 2009 Career

G 4 4

UT 0 0

AT 2 2

Total 2 2

TFL-Yds 0.0-0 0.0-0

Sacks 0 0

RS-FR

6-1

200

2009:: Sat out redshirt season. Int 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

PD 1 1

2009: Appeared in four games. High School: Served as a two-year starter on the offensive line... Started every game at right tackle as a junior before moving to left tackle where he started every game as a senior... Two-year letter winner... Helped St. Joesph’s Regional to an 11-1 record as the school collected its 11th State Championship in the last 14 years in Group Three Non-Public... Received All-Conference honors as a senior in the Northern New Jersey Interscholastic League, which is comprised of the largest public and non-public schools in North Jersey... Helped pave the way for St. Joesph’s running backs to rush for 2,300 yards on the ground and average 36 points per game.

High School: Earned three letters in football... Selected as the Old Spice Player of the Year and as the Gridiron Back of the Year as senior... Finished his senior season with 2,200 passing yards, 650 rushing yards and 30 touchdown passes... Named All-State during his junior and senior seasons and All-Division during his sophomore, junior and senior campaigns... Holds all school passing records, including most passing touchdowns in a single game (six)... Owns the Rhode Island state record for most career passing yards for a three-year starter (6,642 yards)... Led his team to the Rhode Island State Playoffs in each of his three years as a starter... Finished his career with 85 touchdown passes. Personal: Born July 12, 1991... Son of Robert and Stephanie Bentsen... Has one sibling...Sister Rachel attends Roger Williams University... Interested in boxing and movies... Lists his favorite athlete as Tom Brady...Favorite sport team is the New England Patriots.

Personal: Born July 31, 1991...Son of Erol and Marie Belizaire...Has two brothers Erol Jr. and Matthew... Enjoys playing basketball and listening to music.

55 JOHN BICKNELL IV Hopkinton, Mass. Hopkinton LS

RS-FR

6-0

240

2009: Sat out redshirt season. High School: Earned four varsity letters... Received Coaches Award... Selected Honorable Mention AllTri-Valley... Played tight end and defensive end... Two-year letterwinner in indoor track and baseball. Personal: Born Feb. 11, 1991... Son of Jack and Helen Bicknell... Has younger two sisters - Katelyn and Alyse... His father Jack and Uncle Bob Bicknell played college football at Boston College from 1982-85... His father Jack is the tight ends coach with the New York Giants... Enjoys fishing... Lists the New York Giants as his favorite team.

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THE RAMS 72 KYLE BOGUMIL

98 BRANDON BRAMWELL

Mountain Top, Pa. Crestwood High School

Long Island, N.Y. Nassau JC

OG

JR

6-6

280

2009: Started 11 games at left guard where he helped the offensive unit post 400 yards or more in three games... Helped pave the way for a season-high 229 yards in the Rams season-opening victory over Fordham (9/5)... Helped the Rams to 202 yards rushing against in-state rival Brown... Protected quarterback Chris Paul-Etienne and allowed him to throw for a season-high 424 yards passing (11/7). 2008: Moved to offensive tackle in the spring after he played 10 games on the defensive line as a freshman.

DE

250

6-4

BRAMWELL’S CAREER STATS Year 2009 Career

G 8 8

UT 5 5

AT 2 2

Total 7 7

TFL-Yds 1.0-1 1.0-1

Sacks 0 0

Int 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

PD 0 0

2009: Saw action in eight games and recorded seven tackles... Made his Rhode Island debut at Connecticut (9/26)... Logged his first career start against nationally-ranked WIlliam and Mary (10/31)... Recorded a pair of tackles against Hofstra (10/17) and Villanova (10/24).

High School: Earned three varsity letters in football at Crestwood under head coach Greg Myers... hauled in 32 passes for 462 yards and four touchdowns as a senior, earning Associated Press Pennsylvania Class AAA Second Team All-State honors... 2007 Times Tribune Second Team Tight End... Posted 658 yards and four touchdowns as a junior in 2006... All-State honorable mention (2006)... First Team All-Scholastic (2006)... Four-year letterwinner and starter on Crestwood basketball team, helping them capture three district championships... D.A.R.E. Role Model. Personal: Born September 1, 1989... Son of Walt and Carrie Bogumil and Tina Parker... Has two brothers Brandon and Joel... Lists his favorite athlete as Muhammad Ali and his favorite team as the Atlanta Falcons... Was a member of the boys basketball team which won three district championships... Majoring in Kinesiology and plans to be a teacher following graduation.

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THE RAMS 21 TY BYNUM Lancaster, Pa. Milford Academy WR

SO

6-2

205

BYNUM'S CAREER STATS Year 2008 2009 Career

G 2 11 13

Rec 8 38 46

Yds 51 506 557

Td 0 2 2

Lg 15 66 66

Avg 6.4 13.3 12.1

YPG 25.5 46.0 42.8

2009: Finished the year with 38 receptions for 506 yards receiving, which ranked second on the team... Totaled a career-high 99 yards receiving in the Rams’ season-opening victory over Fordham (9/5)... Caught a career-long 66 yard touchdown pass at Connecticut (9/26)... Totaled a game-high six receptions (75 yards) at home against Hofstra (10/17)... Hauled in four passes for 77 yards at New Hampshire (11/7). 2008: Started the first two games of the season before being sidelined because of an injury... Received a medical redshirt... Caught five passes for a total of 43 yards against Fordham (9/7). High School: Attended Milford Academy and played for head coach Bill Chaplick... Four-year letterwinner... Two-time Associated Press Quad-A First Team All-State selection... Established Lancaster-Lebanon League records for career receiving yards with 2,327... First team All-County and All-State in 2005 and 2006... 2006 Section 2 Wide Receiver of the Year, when he hauled in 70 passes for 1,098 yards and 19 touchdowns... Recipient of Eugene Oakie O’Connell Memorial Award, which is presented for significant personal character which exemplifies dedication, courage, and loyalty’... Holds school record for receptions (172) and the longest kickoff return (95 yards)... Posted 71 receptions for 1,229 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior... Caught 31 passes for 431 yards and three touchdowns as a sophomore. Personal: Born April 1, 1989... Son of Francis Arredondo... Has four sisters Laquandra, Reyan, Sharay and Laray... Lists Deion Sanders as his favorite athlete and the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite team.

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THE RAMS 22 DEVON DACE

23 JORDAN DALTON

St. Louis, Mo. Salisbury Prep

Willingboro, N.J. Paul IV High School

CB

JR

5-10

180

S

DACE'S CAREER STATS Year 2008 2009 Career

G 9 4 13

UT 10 6 16

AT 6 4 10

Total 16 10 26

TFL-Yds 1.5-8 1.0-3 2.5-11

Sacks 0 0 0

200

6-0

DALTON’S CAREER STATS Int 0 1 1

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

PD 1 1 2

2009: Played in four games, including the season finale against Northeastern... Recorded seven tackles and had one interception against nationally-ranked Villanova (10/24). 2008: Appeared in nine games during his freshman season and recorded 16 tackles. High School: Attended Salisbury Prep School and played for head coach Chris Adamson... Caught two touchdown passes (3,6) against Taft School (10/6)... Recorded six receptions for 44 yards and one touchdown and broke off a 68-yard run in season-finale against Cushing Academy (11/10)... Played four years of football and basketball at Bishop DuBourg and Webster Groves... Hauled in 31 passes for 239 yards and three touchdowns as a senior... St. Louis American All-Metro and All-Conference... Recipient of Renaissance Award and Blue Top Hat Award at Webster Groves High School.

Year 2009 Career

G 10 10

UT 17 17

AT 7 7

Total 24 24

TFL-Yds 1.0-1 1.0-1

Sacks 0 0

Int 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 1 1

PD 0 0

2009: Played in 10 games... Posted three tackles at Connecticut (9/26)... Recorded two tackles, one tackle for loss and had one fumble recovery against nationally-ranked William and Mary (10/31)... Tallied six tackles at Maine (11/14)... Closed out the year with a season-high seven tackles against Northeastern (11/21). High School: Served as the team captain during his senior year... Played two seasons at Paul VI and started on both offense and defense in both years... Voted as the team’s Most Valuable Player... Earned Second Team All-Burlington Olympic Conference honors as a running back... Lead the team in rushing with 942 yards to go along with 16 touchdowns. Personal: Born Jan. 23, 1991... Interested in Jazz music... Favorite athletes are Ray Lewis and Darren McFadden... Favorite sport team is the Dallas Cowboys... Three year letter winner in football and track.

Personal: Born September 14, 1989... Son of Shawn and Stephanie Dace... His father is a Sargent in the St. Louis Police Department... Has one brother Shawn and one sister Dendra... His cousin Brandon Williams is a receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers... Enjoys hanging out with friends and playing video games... Communications major at URI.

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THE RAMS 5 ROB DAMON Piscataway, N.J. Trinity-Pawling High School LB

Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

G 11 12 11 34

UT 18 10 60 88

SR

DAMON'S CAREER STATS AT 15 8 64 87

Total 33 18 124 175

TFL-Yds 1.5-4 0-0 14.0-37 15.5-41

Sacks 0 0 2 2

6-1

Int 0 0 1 1

205

FF 0 1 3 4

FR 0 1 2 3

PD 0 0 1 1

2009: Moved to linebacker in the spring and went on to have a breakout season where he was named All-CAA Third Team... Led the CAA in tackles per game averaging 11.3 stops per game... Finished the year with a team-high 124 tackles and 14.0 tackles for loss... Registered 10-or-more tackles in eight games... Recorded 11 tackles and forced one fumble in the Rams’ season-opening victory over Fordham (9/5)... Posted 16 tackles, two tackles for loss, two forced fumbles at Massachusetts (9/19)... Recorded a careerhigh 19 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss at Connecticut (9/26)... Tallied eight tackles, one tackle for loss and tallied his first career interception, which he returned 75 yards for a touchdown at Brown (10/3)... Posted 12 tackles, two tackles for loss and one sack at home against Hofstra (10/17)... Recovered one fumble and recorded seven tackles at Villanova (10/24)... Tallied 11 tackles and one tackle for loss at home versus William and Mary (10/31)... Recorded 12 tackles and one fumble recovery at New Hampshire (11/7)... Posted 12 tackles, two tackles for loss at Maine (11/14)... Finished the year with 10 tackles, one tackle for loss and one sack versus Northeastern (11/21). 2008: Started the first three games of the season at strong safety... Registered five tackles against Fordham (9/7)... Finished with two solo tackles against New Hampshire (9/13)... Recorded two tackles against Hofstra (9/20)... Had a solo tackle, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble against Brown (10/4). 2007: Appeared in all 11 games... Recorded 33 tackles (18 solo) and 1.5 sacks... recorded a career-high 10 tackles (two solo) in first collegiate game against Fordham (9/1)... Made eight tackles (five solo) and had 1.5 sacks in season-ending win against Northeastern (11/17)... Tallied four solo tackles against James Madison (10/13)... Registered four tackles (two solo) against Army (9/8)... Earned a varsity letter. 2006: Did not play. High School: Attended Piscataway High School for three years before attending Trinity Pawling as a senior... Received four varsity letters in football, wrestling, and track... Won four football state titles, making the game-winning tackle on the one-yard line, to clinch the championship game as a junior... Went 36-0 in wrestling as a senior and finished career with 105 wins... Capped off 34-1 junior wrestling season with a third-place finish at N.J. State Championship... Holds Trinity-Pawling record in 400m (48.5). Personal: Born on May 15, 1986... Son of Russell and Felicia Damon... Has two siblings - Russell and Latoya... Sociology major at URI.

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THE RAMS 30 TIM EDGER

53 KYLE ELLIOTT

Hainesport, N.J. St. Joseph’s Prep

Cresskill, N.J. Cresskill High School

P

JR

6-2

DE

185

No. 60 71 131

Yds. 2284 2946 5230

Avg. 38.1 41.5 39.9

Long 59 68 68

TB 5

I20 17

Blkd 1

5

17

1

2009: Selected All-CAA Second Team and was one of just three sophomores named to the squad... Posted a league-best punting average of 41.5 yards per game... Placed 15 punts inside the 20-yard line... Drilled a 61-yard punt and posted an average of 49.0 yards per punt in the Rams’ season-opener against Fordham (9/5)... Averaged 43.1 yards per punt at Connecticut (9/26)... Posted an average of 45.8 yards per punt against Hofstra (10/17)... Placed a pair of punts inside the 20-yard line at Villanova... Booted a career-long 68-yard punt versus William and Mary... Dropped a pair of punts inside the 20-yard line and averaged 45.5 yards per attempt at Maine (11/14). 2008: Finished the year with a punt average of 38.1 yards per punt, which ranked seventh in CAA Football... Placed 17 punts inside the 20... In just his second college football game against Fordham (Sept. 7), Edger highlighted the Rams’ special teams effort as he placed five punts inside the 20-yard line and two inside the five... Against nationally-ranked Maine, Edger had three punts for 153 yards (51.0 avg.), including a season-long 59-yard boot. High School: Four-year member and three-year letterwinner in football and baseball at St. Joseph’s Prep... Averaged 45.6 yards per punt as a senior... Booted 121 PAT and 16 field goals for his career, including a long of 45 yards... Appeared in 33 career games, catching 36 catches for 612 yards and 10 touchdowns... Went 6-of-9 on FGA (long: 45 yards), 39-of-43 on PAT, and caught 25 passes for 356 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior, earning First Team All-Catholic League as a kicker and punter and Second Team as a wide receiver; also earned First Team All-City and Second Team All-Southeastern Pa. honors as a punter... First Team All-Catholic League as a kicker and Second Team as a punter, as well as second team all-city (punter) following junior season.

Year 2008 2009 Career

G

UT

AT

Total

9 9

3 3

4 4

7 7

265

TFL-Yds Redshirted 1.0-1 1.0-1

Sacks

Int

FF

FR

PD

1 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

2009: Played in nine games and finished the year with seven tackles... Had four tackles at Brown (10/3)... Totaled three tackles, one tackle for loss and one sack at Villanova (10/24). 2008: Switched to defensive end in the spring after serving as a backup quarterback in the fall... Sat out redshirt season. High School: Four-year letterwinner in football, wrestling, and track at Cresskill... Passed for 1,327 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior captain while rushing for 841 and 11 touchdowns playing for head coach Robert Valli... First Team All-Bergen County selection... Was 93-of-178 for 1,607 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior; recorded 43 tackles and five sacks on defense... Class of 2008 Special Teams Solutions (STS) Elite... Third Team All-County... Ranked as No. 4 QB by The McCarthy Report (N.J.)... District champion in wrestling who finished No. 2 in region... Threw javelin for track & field team. Personal: Born March 3, 1990... Son of Scott and Athonette Elliott... Has one sister Johanna... Enjoys football, wrestling and track... Lists his favorite athlete as Peyton Manning and his favorite team as the Miami Dolphins... Played the saxophone in the high school band.

Personal: Born September 16, 1989... Son of William and Mary Beth Edger... Has one brother Bill and one sister Beth... His father William is a member of the West Chester University Hall of Fame... Lists Barry Sanders as his favorite athlete and the Philadelphia Eagles as his favorite team... Enjoys snowing boarding and going to the Jersey Shore... Business major at URI.

14

6-3

ELLIOTT'S CAREER STATS

EDGER'S CAREER STATS Year 2008 2009 Career

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THE RAMS 59 MICHAEL FARR

14 LOUIS FEINSTEIN

Cornwall on Hudson, N.J. Navy Prep

Irvine, Calif. University High School

OG

SO

6-3

300

K

JR

5-10

185

FEINSTEIN'S CAREER STATS

2009: Made his lone appearance of the year at Massachusetts (9/19). 2008: Sat out redshirt season. 2007: Attended Naval Academy Prep... Enrolled in URI for the spring semester and participated in spring practice. High School: Three-year letterwinner in football... Helped Don Bosco Prep to a Parochial Group IV State Championship and a No. 7 national ranking in 2006... Ranked as No. 10 offensive lineman by The McCarthy Report (N.J.)... Bergen County Athlete of the Year and Third Team All-State selection as a senior... Also received four letters in track & field and three in wrestling... First team all-state in wrestling and track as a senior. Personal: Born June 16, 1989... Son of John and Michelle Farr... Has one younger Brother - David... Lists his favorite team as the New Orleans Saints... Was a member of Student Council in high school... Business major at URI.

Year 2008 2009 Career

FGM-FGA 11-18 7-9 18-27

Pct. 61.1 77.8 66.7

Lg 47 39 47

Blk 0 0 0

KO 46

Yards 2603

Avg. 56.6

TB 0

46

2603

56.6

0

2009: Connected on 7-of-9 field goals for the year... Drilled a pair of 25-yard field goals and had two touchbacks in the Rams’ season-opening victory against Fordham (9/5)... Converted a 38-yard field at Massachusetts (9/19)... Had one touchback and averaged 64.0 yards per kick against Towson (10/10)... Connected on a season-long 39-yard field goal at New Hampshire (11/7)... Hit a 38-yard field goal at Maine (11/14). 2008: Earned CAA Football Rookie of the Week honors after he connected on a pair of field goals against Monmouth (8/30)... Was 3-for-3 on field goals against New Hampshire (9/13) including a 36-yard field goal... Knocked down a 20-yard field goal in the fourth quarter in a victory over Brown (10/4)... Scored a third quarter 20-yard field goal against Towson (10/11)... Hit a 40-yard field goal in the second quarter against William and Mary (10/25)... Drained 3-of-4 field goals, including a 42-yard field goal and a 40yard field goal in the season-finale win over Northeastern (11/22). High School: Three-year letterwinner in both football and soccer at University High School, helping both capture a Pacific Coast League Conference Championship in 2007... Converted 40-of-42 PAT and 10of-12 FGA as a senior for head coach Mark Cunningham, including a long of 45... Special Teams MVP in 2005, 2006, and 2007... Irvine World News All-City First Team... Pacific Coast League First Team... All-CIF Southern Section First Team... Orange County Register First Team... Scout.com GSP All-Southern California Second Team... Irvine All-City Honorable Mention as a sophomore... Five-time Player of the Week. Personal: Born July 16, 1990... Son of Steven and Christine Feinstein... Has one sister Kailee... His father played football and baseball at Wayne State College... Lists his favorite team as the San Diego Chargers... Business major at URI.

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THE RAMS 44 ANTHONY FERRER West Greenwich, R.I. Cranston West High School RB

SR

5-10

225

FERRER'S CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

G

Att

Yds

Avg

Td

Lg

10 12 11 33

46 45 104 195

196 195 411 802

4.3 4.3 4.0 4.1

1 3 5 9

20 21 68 68

YPG Rec Redshirted 19.6 1 16.2 8 37.4 3 23.6 12

Yds

Avg

Td

Lg

YPG

8 40 18 66

8.0 5.0 6.0 5.5

0 2 0 2

8 14 9 14

0.8 3.3 1.6 1.9

2009: Led the team in rushing touchdowns (five) and yards rushing (411)... Appeared in every game... Averaged 4.0 yards per carry... Scored the Rams’first touchdown of the season on a one-yard rush against Fordham (9/5)... Finished the game with 53 yards on 16 carries... Totaled 41 yards rushing on nine carries at Massachusetts (9/19)... Had a career-long 68 yard touchdown run and finished with 76 yards against Brown (10/3)... Rushed for 78 yards the following week against Towson (10/10)... Scored a touchdown from a yard out against Hofstra (10/17)... Gained 47 yards on seven carries and scored a touchdown at New Hampshire (11/7)... Rushed for 62 yards on 15 carries and scored a touchdown from two yards out against Northeastern (11/21). 2008: Ran the ball five times for a total of seven yards and a touchdown and caught a one yard reception for a touchdown against New Hampshire (9/13)... Put up a rushing touchdown and a receiving touchdown with a total of 27 yards for the day against Hofstra (9/20)... Registered 46 all purpose yards against Boston College (9/27)... Carried the ball eight times for 14 yards against Brown (10/4)... Rushed for 28 yards on five carries against Towson (10/11)... Recorded 19 total yards against UMass (11/1)... Carried the ball twice for eight yards against Maine (11/15)... In his last game of the season, he had 10 rushes for 71 yards and a touchdown against Northeastern (11/22). 2007: Appeared in 10 games... Rushed for 196 yards and one touchdown... carried 25 times for 109 yards and one touchdown in season-finale against Northeastern (11/17)... Five carries for 17 yards and one reception for eight yards at Delaware (9/15)... Rushed for 16 yards on four carries against Fordham (9/1)... Earned a varsity letter. 2006: Sat out redshirt season. High School: Four-year letterwinner in football and wrestling at Cranston, serving as captain of both as a senior... Rushed for 1,300 yards and 20 touchdowns as a junior and 1,700 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior for head coach Steven Stoehr... Made 88 tackles and recorded 10 sacks as a sophomore... garnered all-state honors as a linebacker in 2006 after earning the same honor as a running back in 2005... 2006 R.I. Sports Journal Male Athlete of the Year... Rushed for 210 yards and four touchdowns in 2006 playoff game against North Kingston... Helped Cranston win Division 1 State Championship in football 2005 and in wrestling in 2006. Personal: Born December 16, 1988... Son of Anthony Gambuto and Angela Ferrer... Has two siblings - Albert and Andrew Loffredo... Lists Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher as his favorite athletes and the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, and New England Patriots as favorite teams... Business finance major at URI.

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THE RAMS 7 ELLIS FOSTER

74 JASON FOSTER

Baltimore, Md.. Baltimore City High School

East Pittsford, Vt. Bridgton Academy

RB

SO

5-10

185

OT

FOSTER'S CAREER STATS Year 2009 Career

G 6 6

UT 10 10

AT 2 2

Total 12 12

TFL-Yds 1.5-6 1.5-6

Sacks 0 0

Int 0 0

FF 1 1

FR 1 1

PD 1 1

2009: Moved to running back in the spring after spending the 2009 season as a defensive back... Appeared in six games and finished the year with 12 tackles... Made his first career appearance at Massachusetts (9/19)... Totaled three tackles and one tackle for loss against William and Mary (10/31)... Registered a pair of tackles at New Hampshire (11/7)... Recorded his first career interception, which he raced 45 yards for a touchdown at Maine (11/14)... Posted a season-high four tackles against Northeastern (11/21). High School: Served as a four-year starter… Amassed 3,662 passing yards, 1,112 rushing yards and 55 total touchdowns during his high school career... Helped lead his team to a 31-8 record while he was at Baltimore City… Led Baltimore City to a 3-1 record against rival Poly in the school’s annual game… Passed for 1,207 yards and rushed for another 923 yards as a senior, leading the Knights to a 6-4 record… Threw 11 touchdowns, ran for another six scores and added a 62-yard punt return for a total of 18 TDs in 2008… Selected to the AllBaltimore City Coaches team as a senior. Personal: Born Nov. 29, 1989... Son of Elaine and Floyd Foster... Has two siblings... Brothers Kendrick and Phillip... Interest are music, playing instruments, and lacrosse... Favorite athlete is Ed Reed... Favorite team is the Baltimore Ravens.

JR

6-5

285

2009: Started 10 games at left tackle... Anchored an offensive line which did not allow a sack in three games... Helped the offensive unit surpass 400 yards in total offense three times throughout the year, including a season-high 535 yards of total offense at New Hampshire (11/7). 2008: Started against Fordham (9/6), New Hampshire (9/13), Hofstra (9/20), Brown (10/4) and Villanova (10/11)... Saw action against Massachusetts (11/1), Maine (11/15) and Northeastern (11/22). High School: Attended Bridgton Academy and played football for head coach Rick Marcella... Earned four varsity letters in both football and basketball at Mount Saint Joseph Academy... McDonald’s Preseason All-American as a senior... First Team All-League New England Prep... Three-time First Team All-State selection in football and basketball (2004-06)... Second Team All-State (2003)... Holds record for single-game sacks (4.5) in Shriners Bowl (New Hampshire vs. Vermont)... Also received two varsity letters in lacrosse. Personal: Born October 21, 1988... Son of Robert and Rubin Foster... Has one brother Jordan... His father Robert played in the NFL for the New York Giants from 1973-1978... Enjoys relaxing, reading, hanging out with friends... Lists the New York Giants and New York Yankees as his favorite teams.

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THE RAMS 93 ALEX FRAZIER

51 MATT GREENHALGH

Westfield, Mass. Bridgeton Academy

Chepachet, R.I. Ponaganset High School

DT

Year 2009 Career

G 2 2

UT 1 1

SO

FRAZIER'S CAREER STATS AT 0 0

Total 1 1

TFL-Yds 1.0-5 1.0-5

Sacks 1 1

6-4

Int 0 0

245

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

C

PD 0 0

2009: Made appearances against Hofstra (10/17) and Villanova (10/24)... Recorded one sack and one tackle for loss at home against Hofstra (10/17). High School: Three-year letterwinner... Selected First Team All-League and First Team All-Conference... Served as the team captain during his senior season... Voted as the team’s Defensive Player of the Year... Helped lead his team to the conference title. Personal: Born February 1, 1990... Has one older sister Ashley...Lists his favorite athlete as Lebron James and his favorite team as the New England Patriots... Enjoys basketball... Was a four-year letterwinner in basketball while in high school.

SO

6-2

295

2009: Appeared in three games and started one game at home against Towson (10/10) where he helped the offensive unit post 166 yards rushing. 2008: Did not play. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Ponaganset High School for head coach Thomas Marcello... Providence Journal Second Team - Offense as a senior captain in 2007, when he posted 76 tackles (43 solo), two fumble recoveries, and one blocked punt as Ponaganset won the Rhode Island Division III Super Bowl/State Championship... Helped offense rush for 1,600+ yards and pass for 2,000+ yards... Three-time DIII All-Academic selection (2005-07)... 2007 DIII All-Division First Team... 2006 DIII All-Division Second Team... Ranked No. 10 in Rhode Island with four sacks in 2007... Season-high 10 tackles (seven solo) against Johnston (11/4/07)... Recorded two sacks against Narragansett (10/6/07)... 2006 Providence Journal Division III Second Team - Offense... Registered 58 tackles (41 solo) and 5.5 sacks as a junior... Member of National Honor Society and Rhode Island Honor Society... Works with TOPS Program mentoring the same child for four years. Personal: Born March 14, 1990... Son of John and Laurie Greenhalgh... Has one brother - John... His father played football and competed in track at Southern Illinois from 1977-78... Lists Dick Butkus as his favorite athlete and the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots as his favorite teams.

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THE RAMS 71 MICHAEL GROSS North Arlington, N.J. North Arlington High School OT

JR

6-4

280

2009: Was a mainstay for the Rams at right tackle as he started in each of URI’s first seven games before suffering a knee injury against Villanova, which sidelined him for the remainder of the year... Helped the offensive unit surpass 400 yards in total offense on two separate occasions (Fordham - 9/5; Brown - 10/3). 2008: One of the Rams’ most consistent starters... Made his first start of the year against Fordham (9/6) and then went on to start the final 11 games of the season as a true freshman... In his second start against New Hampshire, Gross helped the Rams gain a season-high 517 yards of offense. High School: Four-year member and three-year letterwinner for head coach Anthony Marck at North Arlington... Recorded 83 tackles, 13 sacks, eight batted balls, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries as a defensive lineman as a senior, earning First Team All-State Group 1 and First Team All-Bergen County... First Team All-BCSL as a defensive lineman as a junior and senior... All-Bergen Honorable Mention (DL) after tallying 73 tackles and nine sacks as a junior... Also earned four varsity letters in baseball and two in basketball... Member of Community Service Learning. Personal: Born Oct. 24, 1989... Son of Joanne and Mathew Gross... Has one brother - Steven... Enjoys fishing, snowboarding and playing paintball... Lists Derek Jeter as his favorite athlete and the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite team.

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THE RAMS 20 MATT HANSEN Providence, R.I. La Salle Academy LB

Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

G 11 12 10 33

UT 44 70 62 176

SR

HANSEN'S CAREER STATS AT 29 41 41 111

Total 73 111 103 287

TFL-Yds 1.5-4 13.5-43 11.5-35 26.5-82

Sacks 0 3 4 7

6-1

Int 0 3 0 3

230

FF 0 4 1 5

FR 1 0 0 1

PD 1 6 2 9

2009: Surpassed 100 total tackles for the second-consecutive season as he finished second on the team with 103... Tied for the team lead in sacks with 4.0... Totaled 11.5 tackles for loss, which ranked second on the team... Posted 10 or more tackles in five games... Opened the year with seven tackles against Fordham (9/5)... Recorded 14 tackles, one tackle for loss and one sack at Massachusetts (9/19)... Tallied 13 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, one sack and forced one fumble at Connecticut (9/26)... Recorded nine tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, one sack and one pass break up at Brown (10/3)... Finished with 12 tackles versus Hofstra (10/17)... Posted a career-high 16 tackles (10 solo), 1.5 tackles for loss and one pass breakup against William and Mary (10/31)... Closed out the season on a high note as he recorded 12 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and one sack versus Northeastern (11/21). 2008: Named Second Team All-CAA Football... Earned FCS All-New England honors... Led the team in tackles with 111 and finished second in CAA Football... Started off the season strong with 10 tackles, five of which were solo tackles, and an interception with a 20 yard return against Monmouth (8/30)... Had six solo tackles, two for loss of yards, and a sack against Fordham (9/7)... Led the Ram defense with five solo tackles and 11 total tackles against New Hampshire (9/13)... Recorded 12 tackles, two sacks and a blocked field goal against Hofstra (9/20)... Paced the defensive effort with a team-high 14 tackles (8 solo) and a forced fumble against Towson (10/11)... Recorded 11 tackles against Villanova (10/18)... Recorded 15 tackles, eight solo and three for a loss of yards, against Maine (11/15)... Finished the year with six solo tackles and an interception in URI’s win over Northeastern (11/22). 2007: Appeared in all 11 games... Finished second in tackles with 73 (44 solo) - including 1.5 tackles for loss - to go along with one fumble recovery and one pass breakup... Registered a career-high 10 tackles (seven solo) in overtime win over No. 3 UMass (11/3)... Posted 10 tackles (six solo) and one pass breakup in Governor’s Cup win at Brown (9/29)... Tallied nine tackles (eight solo) and a fumble recovery at Maine (11/10)... Recorded nine tackles (two solo) against James Madison (10/13)... Eight tackles (seven solo) against Hofstra (9/22)... Made seven tackles (five solo) at Delaware (9/15) and at Richmond (four solo) (10/20)... Earned a varsity letter. High School: Four-year member and three-year letterwinner for head coach Geoff Marcone... Garnered first team all-state honors as a senior captain after rushing 89 times for 1,350 yards and 17 touchdowns as a back and while tallying 83 tackles and four interceptions on defense... 2007 Gatorade Player of the Year... 2007 Gilbane Player of the Year... Carried seven times for 276 yards and five touchdowns against Cranston West as a senior... Helped La Salle Academy to a division championship in 2007 and the state championship game in 2005 and 2006... Also played four years of basketball (two letters) and one year of baseball. Personal: Born September 10, 1989... Son of Michael and Abina Hansen... Has three siblings - Chris (Florida State `06), Dan (Iona `06), and Dave, who will join the team this fall... Enjoys video games, spending time with friends, and playing cards... Cites Randy Moss, Lebron James, Ryan Gomes and Manny Ramirez as his favorite athletes... Communications Studies major at URI.

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THE RAMS 6 JOE HARRIS

49 MILLER HINDS

Lowell, Mass. Lowell High School

Flanders, N.J. Mt. Olive

LB

SR

5-11

225

S

HARRIS' CAREER STATS Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

G 9 12 11 32

UT 7 36 37 80

AT 4 26 21 51

Total 11 62 58 131

TFL-Yds 2-25 8-10 6.5-22 16.5-57

Sacks 0 1 1 2

RS-FR

5-9

190

2009: Sat out redshirt season. Int 0 1 0 1

FF 0 1 3 4

FR 0 1 1 2

PD 0 1 0 1

2009: Appeared in all 11 games... Totaled 58 tackles, which tied for fourth on the team... Opened the year with five tackles and one tackle for loss versus Fordham (9/5)... Posted a career-high 12 tackles (six solo) and forced one fumble at Massachusetts (9/19)... Recorded eight tackles, two tackles for loss and had one fumble recovery at Connecticut (9/26)... Posted seven tackles versus Towson (10/10)... Made six tackles, two tackles for loss and had one sack at Maine (11/14).

High School: Served as a three-year letter winner and saw action in 29 varsity games... Received the Marander Award following his senior year... Also competed in baseball and wrestling. Personal: Born January 23, 1991... Has four younger brothers... Lists his favorite athlete as Marvin Harrison and his favorite sports team as the New York Giants and Indianapolis Colts... Enjoys snowboarding and skateboarding... Plans on majoring in Business Administration.

2008: Finished with seven tackles and a sack against Monmouth (8/30)... Had eight solo tackles and forced a fumble against Fordham (9/7)... Recorded an interception for a one yard return and seven tackles against New Hampshire (9/13)... Had four tackles against Hofstra (9/20)... Registered five tackles (4 solo) against Boston College (9/27)... Put up four tackles against Brown (10/4)... Finished with nine total tackles and a fumble recovery against Towson (10/11)... Grabbed eight total tackles on the day against Maine (11/15). 2007: Appeared in nine games... Recorded 11 tackles (seven solo), including two for loss... season-high five solo tackles at Richmond (10/20)... Made two assisted tackles in an overtime win over No. 3 UMass (11/3)... Registered solo tackles against Brown (9/29) and Northeastern (11/17) and assisted tackles against Fordham (9/1) and New Hampshire (10/27)... Earned a varsity letter.

27 AYO ISIJOLA Brooklyn, N.Y. Sheepshead Bay

High School: Four-year letterwinner in football and track & field for head coach Scott Boyle at Lowell... Earned two letters in basketball... Rushed for 1,106 yards, 21 touchdowns and 111 tackles as a senior, earning First Team All-Merrimack Valley Conference (MVC), all-state, Team and All-MVC MVP honors... 946 rushing yards, 16 touchdowns and 96 tackles as a junior, garnering Team MVP and First Team AllMVC honors... Rushed for 200+ yards and four touchdowns against Methuen in 2007... Helped Lowell football squad win MVC in 2007 and basketball in 2006 & 2007... 2007 First Team All-MVC in track and Second Team All-MVC in basketball... Member of Air Force Junior ROTC (Vice Commander of MA771). Personal: Born December 21, 1988... Son of Mary and Joseph Harris... has seven siblings - Rex Harris, Talzee, Lupu, Dewde, Bawu, Candy, and Money... Enjoys basketball, soccer, and track... Lists New York Giants, New York Yankees, and Boston Celtics as his favorite teams... Biology (Pre-Med) major at URI.

RB

Year 2009 Career

G 10 10

Att 85 85

Yds 365 365

SO

ISIJOLA’S CAREER STATS Avg 4.3 4.3

Td 1 1

Lg 48 48

YPG 36.5 36.5

Rec 9 9

5-10

Yds 30 30

Avg 3.3 3.3

190

Td 0 0

Lg 13 13

YPG 3.0 3.0

2009: Finished second on the team in rushing, finishing with 365 yards on the ground (4.3 yards per carry)... Made his collegiate debut against Fordham (9/5) and rushed for 28 yards on just two carries (14.0 yards per carry)... Totaled 68 yards rushing at Brown (10/3)... Posted career-high in yards rushing (100) and carries (15) against Towson (10/10)... Recorded his first career touchdown against the Tigers as he darted in from 48 yards out... Rushed for 66 yards at New Hampshire (11/7). High School: As a senior he played in eight games and carried the ball 67 times for 1,177 yards (17.5 yard per carry) to go along with nine touchdowns... Selected First Team All-City and All-Borough AllConference Teams... His 4x100 meter relay team was the 2008 Nike Outdoor National Champion... The relay team is currently ranked second in the nation. Personal: Born January 11, 1990...Has one brother and one sister... Lists his favorite athlete as LaDainian Tomlinson and his favorite sports team as the San Diego Chargers.

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THE RAMS 3 BRANDON JOHNSON-FARRELL Odenton, Md. Arundel High School WR

Year 2008 2009 Career

G 12 4 16

SO

5-10

JOHNSON-FARRELL’S CAREER STATS

Rec 57 6 63

Yds 456 87 543

Avg 8.0 14.5 8.6

Td 1 0 1

Lg 28 40 40

YPG 38.0 21.8 33.9

KR 42 4 46

Yds Avg 907 21.6 114 28.5 1021 22.2

185

Td 1 0 1

Lg 72 70 72

YPG 75.6 28.5 63.8

2009: Saw limited action as a sophomore after he suffered a turf toe injury at Massachusetts (9/19), which sidelined him for most of the year... Returned the opening kickoff against Fordham (9/5) 70 yards, which set up the Rams first scoring drive of the season... Totaled 176 yards against Fordham (117 return yards and 59 receiving yards)... Had three receptions for 28 yards at Massachusetts (9/19). 2008: Selected CAA Football Third Team All-Conference in his rookie season... Caught at least one pass in every game as a rookie... Lead the Rams with 1,478 all purpose yards, which ranked third in CAA Football... Caught eight passes for 83 yards and had a 50-yard return against New Hampshire (9/13)... Received seven passes for a total of 67 yards against Hofstra (9/20)... Hauled in seven passes for a total of 67 yards against Boston College (9/27)... Had 112 all-purpose yards including two rushes, eight receptions, and a receiving touchdown against Brown (10/4)... Returned a 72-yard kick for a touchdown and caught seven passes for 40 yards against Towson (10/11)... Caught four passes for 19 yards against Maine (11/15)... Picked up a blocked punt and rush it 32 yards for a touchdown against Northeastern (11/22) en route to earning CAA Football Rookie of the Week honors. High School: Four-year member and three-year varsity letterwinner at Arundel High School for head coach Chuck Markiewicz... Established single-season school records for receptions (103), yards (1,394) and touchdowns (25) as a senior; also returned two kicks and two punts for touchdowns... Selected to the 2007 Baltimore Sun First Team All-Metro, Baltimore Examiner First Team All-Metro, Washington Post First Team All-Metropolitan Area, and first team all-state... Named to the 2007 Baltimore Touchdown Club Super 22 Senior All-Star Team selection... Owns Maryland public school state records for singleseason receptions (103), career receptions (174), single-season touchdowns (23) and career touchdowns (40)... Caught three touchdown passes in Class 4A Regional Semifinal Championship win against North County (11/16/07) and two touchdowns in state semifinals against Suitland. Personal: Born Feb. 15, 1990... Son of Brian and Tracie Johnson-Farrell... Has one brother - Brian... His uncle Sam played football at the University of Maryland and professionally with the Detroit Lions... Lists Brian Westbrook as his favorite athlete and the Philadelphia Eagles as his favorite team. .. Business administration major at URI.

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THE RAMS 10 TOM LANG

26 RYAN LAWRENCE

Concord, Mass. Middlesex/Rutgers

Bloomfield, N.J. Bloomfield High School

TE

Year 2009 Career

G 9 9

Rec 3 3

SR

LANG'S CAREER STATS Yds 47 47

Td 0 0

6-3

Lg 26 26

240

Avg 15.7 15.7

WR

YPG 5.2 5.2

2009: Played in nine games seeing time on special teams and at tight end... Caught one pass for seven yards versus Fordham (9/5)... Hauled in one pass for 26 yards against William and Mary (10/31). 2006-08 (Rutgers): Did not play in 2008... Moved to tight end from quarterback, following spring practice... Did not see any game action due to injury in preseason camp... Redshirted in 2006 his first season while preparing the team during game week as a member of the scout team. High School: PrepStar All-East selection from Middlesex School... Directed Middlesex to 23-5 record and two New England Bowl appearances... Named to the Boston Globe All-State team, while also earning All-New England and All-League Honors... Selected to play in the Massachusetts Shriners All-Star Game... Rated the No. 20 prospect in New England by Rivals.com. Personal: Born Nov. 11, 1987... Son of Jane and Joe Lang.... Has one brother - Joe... Father Joe played football at UMass (1967-70) and brother Joe played tennis at UCoon 1999-2003... Communications major at URI.

Year 2008 2009 Career

G 10 11 21

Att 20 43 63

JR

5-9

LAWRENCE'S CAREER STATS

Yds 59 155 214

Avg 3.0 3.6 3.4

Td 0 0 0

Lg 19 20 20

YPG 5.9 14.1 10.2

Rec 7 18 25

Yds 30 164 194

Avg 4.3 9.1 7.8

200

Td 0 1 1

Lg 16 55 55

YPG 3.0 14.9 9.2

2009: Totaled 29 yards on 10 carries against Fordham (9/5)... Caught a career-high six passes for 119 yards and scored his first career touchdown from 55 yards out at Brown (10/3)... Had five kickoff returns for 86 yards at New Hampshire (11/7)... Totaled 92 kickoff return yards at Maine (11/14)... Closed out the year on a high note as he rushed for a career-high 67 yards on seven carries versus Northeastern (11/21). 2008: Rushed for 27 yards on four carries against Monmouth (8/30)... Carried the ball four times for 15 yards against Boston College (9/27)... Picked up 20 yards on four carries in the Governor’s Cup victory over Brown (10/4)... Tallied 18 yards on two receptions against UMass (11/1)... Caught a 10 yard pass against Northeastern (11/22). High School: Played football for head coach Mike Carter at Bloomfield ... 2007 Northern New Jersey Interscholastic League (NNJIL) Division B First Team selection... Rushed for 1,200 yards and hauled in 20 passes... First Team all-county, coaches all-county, and Group IV All-State selection as a senior ... Second team all-league as a junior, when he rushed for nearly 500 yards ... Rushed for 650 yards and nine touchdowns as a sophomore, earning first team all-conference honors. Personal: Born Oct. 23, 1989... Son of Kent and Dellareese Lawrence... Two brothers (Ahmad and Rakim) and four sisters (Kendra, Laveada, Denea and Zee)... Produces and enginneers music in his spare time... Lists his favorite athlete as Eddie George and his favortie team as the Tennessee Titans... Works out in the offseason with Phil and Matt Simms... Communications major at URI.

61 BRIAN LOUTH East Windsor, N.J. Hightstown High School OL

RS-FR

6-0

255

2009: Sat out redshirt season... Saw time on the scout team.

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THE RAMS 16 MARC LUCARINI

41 CHRIS MANCUSO

Laurel Springs, N.J. Camden Catholic High School

Atlantic City, N.J. Holy Spirit High School

QB

SO

6-2

205

LB

2009: Did not play. 2008: Did not play. High School: Four-year letterwinner for head coach Rick Brown at Camden Catholic… Second Team All-South Jersey and recipient of Jeffrey P. Loftus Memorial MVP Award as a senior captain, when he threw for 1,460 yards and 22 touchdowns and rushed for 560 yards and seven touchdowns as Camden Catholic finished 7-2 and earned a berth in the playoffs… 2007 Thanksgiving Day MVP in win over Paul VI, passing for three touchdowns and catching one... Threw for 196 yards and three touchdowns against Bordentown (11/3/07) … Tossed for 128 yards and two touchdowns against Camden (9/22/07)… Third Team All-South Jersey as a junior after passing for 1,400 yards and 15 touchdowns… Ranked as No. 2 QB and No. 32 overall by The McCarthy Report (N.J.). Personal: Born May 22, 1989... Son of Ernest and Arlene Lucarini... Has a brother Ernie and a sister Valerie... Enjoys skiing... Lists Brett Favre as his favorite athlete and the Green Bay Packers as his favorite team.

Year 2008 2009 Career

G 8 9 17

UT 3 6 9

JR

MANCUSO’S CAREER STATS AT 2 6 8

Total 5 12 17

TFL-Yds 1.0--2 0.5-0 1.5-2

Sacks 0 0 0

220

2009: Sat out redshirt season. High School: Selected All-League three times... Named Honorable Mention All-Section twice... Selected AllState following his senior year... Helped guide his team to the State Finals as a senior... Rushed for 961 yards and recorded 126 tackles as a senior. Personal: Born February 8, 1991… Son of Robert and Suzanne Luntz… Has two siblings - David and Sarah… His sister Sarah is a student at Florida State University… Hobbies include golf and fishing… Donated food for the homeless while he was involved with the Midnight Run organization in New York City... Lists his favorite athlete as Brandon Jacobs and his favorite team as the New York Giants.

24

FR 0 0 0

PD 1 0 1

High School: Four-year starter and three-year defensive captain for head coach Bill Walsh... 2007 Associated Press New Jersey All-State Football Second Team selection after recording 87 tackles as a senior to help Holy Spirit capture Parochial III State Championship at Rutgers Stadium... All-time leader in both single-season and career tackles at Holy Spirit... Three-time First Team All-Press, First Team CapeAtlantic League Conference, and First Team South Jersey... Brooks-Irvine Club Scholar Athlete Award.

Croton, N.Y. Croton-Harmon High School 6-3

FF 1 0 1

2008: Played in eight games as a freshman... Collected his first career interception against Brown (10/3)... Finished the season with five tackles.

90 DAN LUNTZ

RS-FR

Int 1 0 1

220

2009: Saw action in nine games... Recorded one tackle and 0.5 tackle for loss at Massachusetts (9/19)... Recorded a career-high six tackles at Maine (11/14).

Personal: Son of Timothy and Margret Mancuso... Has one brother - Mac.

DE

5-10

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THE RAMS 56 WILLIE McGINNIS Norwich, N.Y. Bainbridge-Guilford High School DT

JR

6-3

300

McGINNIS’ CAREER STATS Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

G

UT

AT

Total

12 11 23

13 20 33

19 21 40

32 41 73

TFL-Yds Did not play 3.5-5 6.5-16 10-21

Sacks

Int

FF

FR

PD

1 1 2

0 0 0

0 1 1

1 1 2

1 0 1

2009: Finished the year with 41 tackles and. 6.5 tackles for loss... Recovered one fumble in the Rams’ season-opening victory over Fordham (9/5)... Had five tackles at Massachusetts (9/19)... Recorded three tackles, one tackle for loss, one sack and forced one fumble at Connecticut (9/26)... Tallied five tackles and one tackle for loss at Brown... Posted six tackles and two tackles for loss versus Towson (10/10)... Notched six tackles at Villanova (10/24)... Closed out the season with with five tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss at home against Northeastern. 2008: Picked up two tackles, one for a loss of yards against Monmouth (8/30)… Put up four tackles against Fordam (9/7)… Recorded six tackles and assisted with a sack against Hofstra (9/20)… Put up four tackles against Brown (10/4)… Grabbed four tackles, one for a loss of yards against William and Mary (10/25)… Registered four tackles against UMass (11/1)… Registered two solo tackles against Maine (11/15). 2007: Did not play... Received Most Improved Defensive Player Award following 2008 Spring Game. High School: Four-year letterwinner for head coach Tim Mattingly at Bainbridge-Guilford High School… First team All-County, All-metro, All-State, and Daily Star First Team selection as a senior, when he rushed for 860 yards and 12 touchdowns as a fullback while tallying 76 tackles on defense… First team all-country and Daily Star First Team as a sophomore and junior… Outstanding Defensive Player as a senior… Outstanding Offensive Guard as a sophomore… Also played basketball (four years, three varsity letters), baseball (three years, one varsity letter), volleyball (two years), and track & field (one varsity letter)… Member of S.A.D.D. and National Honor Society. Personal: Born January 3, 1989… Son of Christine Jeffrey… Has one sibling – Christopher McGinnis, who attends St. John Fisher College… Enjoys writing poetry… Lists Willie McGinest and Lawrence Taylor as his favorite athletes and the New England Patriots as his favorite team… African American studies major and communications major and political science minor at URI.

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THE RAMS 80 JOE MIGLIARESE

84 ZACK MOORE

Blue Bell, Pa. La Salle College

Wyckoff, N.J. Ramapo High School

TE

JR

6-4

240

WR

MIGLIARESE'S CAREER STATS Year 2009 Career

G 6 6

Rec 1 1

Yds 6 6

Td 1 1

Lg 6 6

Avg 6.0 6.0

YPG 1.0 1.0

2009: Played in six games... Hauled in his first career touchdown and his first career reception versus Towson (10/10). 2008: Did not play. High School: Played football for head coach Brett Gordon at La Salle College H.S., earning two varsity letters… Finished his career with 91 receptions for 1,063 yards and 17 touchdowns… Appeared in six games as a senior before suffering season-ending injury… Team captain in 2007, when he was an AllCatholic Honorable Mention… Hauled in 60 catches for 699 yards as a junior, earning Second Team AllCatholic honors… All-area selection as a junior and senior... Helped La Salle to a Philadelphia Catholic League Championship in 2006… Hauled in game-winning touchdown in overtime against Cardinal O’Hara in those playoffs, and later caught the game-winning touchdown in the championship game against St. Joseph’s Prep… All-area as a junior and senior… Recipient of 2006 Tex Flannery Award, which is given to the Outstanding Junior Class player… Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter on La Salle basketball team… Kairos Retreat Leader.

SO

5-10

185

2009: Did not play. 2008: Sat out redshirt season. High School: Recorded 48 catches, 1,089 all-purpose yards and seven touchdowns as a senior at Ramapo for Coach Gibbs... First Team All-Northern Bergen Interscholastic League and All-Bergen County Honorable Mention following senior season... Named MVP of the 2008 Bergen County All Star Classic... Also selected to WGHT Radio All-Area Team and The Ridgewood News All-Suburban Team... Earned all-league honors in baseball, helping Ramapo to the Final Four in both county and state sectional tournaments. Personal: Born June 17, 1990... Son of Tim and Kate Moore... Has one sister - Mackenzie.

Personal: Born Feb. 27, 1989... Son of Joseph and Vera Migliarese... Has a brother Vinny and a sister Michelle... Enjoys playing basketball, going to the driving range and playing video games... Lists his favorite athletes as Jerry Rice and Randy Moss... Kinesiology major at URI.

67 IAN MONZO

46 ALI MUHAMMAD

Oxford Hills, Maine Oxford Hills High School

Kingston, Pa. Wyoming Valley West

OL 2009: Did not play.

SO

6-3

255

LB

RS-FR

6-3

225

2009: Sat out redshirt season. High School: Played just two seasons, but started both years... Served as a two-way starter... As a senior he had 51 receptions for over 900 yards... On defense he set the single-season record for sacks with 18.5. As a senior he set the school record for sacks in a single season with 18.5... Awarded the team leadership award as a junior and senior... Selected to the All-Wyoming Valley Conference as a junior and senior... Was selected to the East-West Pennsylvania in Altoona, Pa... Chosen as an alternate for the Big 33 game... Named to the Wyoming Valley Conference Coaches’ All-Star team... Named Most Valuable Player of the East West Unico All-Star game. Personal: Born April 27, 1991... Has two sisters Tiara and Lakia... Enjoys video games and all sports... His favorite sports teams include the Miami Heat and St. Louis Rams.

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THE RAMS 25 DAN O’CONNELL

38 MICHAEL OKUNFOLAMI

Barrington, R.I. Milford Academy

Providence, R.I. Canterbury Prep

LB

SR

6-1

RB

220

O’CONNELL’S CAREER STATS Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

G 9 12 10 31

UT 6 25 24 55

AT 4 13 15 32

Total 10 38 39 87

TFL-Yds 0-0 2.0-7 1.5-3 3.5-10

Sacks 0 0 0 0

SR

5-10

195

2009: Saw action in five games, playing primarily on special teams. Int 0 0 0 0

FF 0 1 0 1

FR 0 3 1 4

PD 1 1 2 4

2008: Did not play. 2007: Did not play football... Joined team in January, 2008 for spring practice.

2009: Finished the year with 39 tackles after he saw action in 10 games... Started the final two games of the year... Opened the year with two tackles against Fordham (9/5)... Had three tackles at Massachusetts (9/19)... Recovered one fumble at Villanova (10/24)... Tied a career-high with 10 tackles versus William and Mary (10/31)... Notched nine tackles and had 1.5 tackles for loss at Maine (11/14)... Closed out the year with six tackles against Northeastern (11/21).

2006: Attended Canterbury Prep, where he rushed for 1,266 yards and 13 touchdowns... Rushed for 287 yards and four touchdowns against St. Thomas More (10/14)... Piled up 192 yards and two touchdowns against Gunnery (11/11) ... Rushed for two touchdowns against Tabor Academy (11/4)... Carried 12 times for 199 yards and one touchdown against Westminster (10/28)... Earned Boston Globe NEPSAC Class B All-Scholastic honors.

2008: Had a fumble recovery for 17 yards against Fordham (9/7)... Registered four solo tackles against Boston College (9/27)... Grabbed six tackles and forced and recovered a fumble against Brown (10/4)... Recorded five tackles against Towson (10/11)... Registered eight tackles against Villanova (10/18)... Had three solo tackles and a fumble recovery against William and Mary (10/25)... In the final game of the season, grabbed four tackles and a broken-up pass against Northeastern (11/22).

High School: Played football at La Salle Academy... 2005 Division 1 Back of the Year... Participated in 2006 Governor’s Cup All-Star Game... Rushed for 1,304 yards and 17 touchdowns, earning first team all-state honors and helping La Salle advance to Division 1 Super Bowl... Carried 28 times for 122 yards and a touchdown in Championship Division Playoff Semifinal win vs. Portsmouth (11/29/05)... Scored three touchdowns against South Kingston (11/18/05)... Broke off a 20-yard touchdown run against East Providence (11/25/05).

2007: Appeared in nine games... Made 10 tackles (six solo) and recorded one pass breakup... Two solo tackles against Hofstra (9/22). 2006: Played football at Milford Academy under head coach Bill Chaplick.

Personal: Born October 15, 1988... Son of Lola and Mick Okunfolami... Has four brothers (Chris, Tomi, Charles and Samuel) and one sister Josephine... Brother Tomi plays cornerback at Bryant Universtiy... Lists Chad Ochocinco as his favorite athlete... Finance major at URI.

High School: Four-year member and three-year letterwinner at Barrington under coach Bill Mcagney... Started all 11 games at RB and SS as a senior captain in 2005, rushing for 1,400+ yards while recording 73 tackles and eight interceptions, helping Barrington capture Division 1 State Championship... Started 11 games at SS and eight at RB as a junior in 2004, earning first team all-league honors at running back after rushing for over 1,500 yards to help Barrington win Division I-A State Championship; also recorded 60 tackles and four interceptions... Started 11 games as a sophomore in 2003, making 40 tackles and one interception on defense while recording 330 yards and two touchdowns on offense as Barrington won the Division II State Championship... Two-time Offensive Player of the Year (2004-05)... Also earned two varsity letters in wrestling and both indoor and outdoor track; played two years of baseball (2002-04). Personal: Born October 8, 1987... Son of Tim and Katrina O’Connell... Has three siblings - Patrick, Sean, and Riley... Grandfather, Tom O’Connell, played for the Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, and Cleveland Browns during the 1950’s... Uncle, Michael O’Connell, was a member of the Boston Bruins (1970’s) while his father, Tim O’Connell, played for the Buffalo Sabres in 1975... Kinesiology major at URI.

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THE RAMS 1 CHRIS PAUL-ETIENNE Miami, Fla. Edison High School/Rutgers QB

SR

6-3

190

PAUL-ETIENNE’S CAREER STATS Year 2009 Career

G 10 10

Cmp-Att-Int 143-268-7 143-268-7

Pct. 53.4 53.4

Yds. 1,745 1,745

Td 14 14

Lg 72 72

Avg/G 174.5 174.5

Rushes Yds 90 14 90 14

Avg. 0.2 0.2

Td Lg 3 29 3 29

2009: Passed for 1,745 yards and 14 touchdowns in his first significant action since high school... Came on strong in the final four games of the season as he averaged 236.7 passing yards per game, threw 10 touchdowns and had just three interceptions... Accounted for three touchdowns (two passing and one rushing) and 245 yards of total offense (164 passing and 81 rushing) in the Rams’ season-opening victory against Fordham (9/5)... Passed for 198 yards at Massachusetts (9/19)... Connected with wide receiver Ty Bynum on a 66-yard touchdown pass at Connecticut (9/26)... Suffered a knee injury at Brown (10/3), which caused him to miss most of the game against the Bears and the entire game against Towson (10/10)... Threw for 207 yards against Hofstra (10/17)... Passed for 195 yards and tossed a pair of touchdowns against William and Mary (10/31)... Had a career day against New Hampshire (11/7) as he threw for 424 yards and accounted for five touchdowns (four passing and one rushing)... Closed out the year with 191 yards passing and three touchdowns versus Northeastern (11/21). 2006-08 (Rutgers): In 2008, he did not play... In 2007, he served as the No. 3 quarterback ... made collegiate debut against Norfolk St. (9/15) and saw action at Army (11/9) and at Louisville (11/29)... In 2006, he redshirted. High School: Threw for 1,559 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior at Miami’s Edison High School... PrepStar All-Southeast selection... Rated eighth-best senior in Miami-Dade County by the Miami Herald... Ranked among Florida’s top 10 quarterbacks by the Orlando Sentinel Edison... Two-time AllDade County selection by the Miami Herald... Earned Most Valuable Player honors of the prestigious North-South Florida All-Star Game. Personal: Born March 26, 1988... Son of Coeurana Polycarpe and Christopher Paul-Etienne... Has one brother (Hugg) and four sisters (Aisha, Dudly, Dane and Lande)... Sociology major at URI... Cousin Sabdath Joseph played linebacker at USF.

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THE RAMS 97 MATT RAE

94 MATT SHEARD

York, Pa. Dallastown Area High School

Mt. Laurel, N.J. Camden Catholic High School

DT

Year 2008 2009 Career

G 10 11 21

UT 15 11 26

JR

RAE’S CAREER STATS

AT 13 15 28

Total 28 26 54

TFL-Yds 4.5-20 2.5-8 7.0-28

Sacks 3 1 4

6-4

Int 0 0 0

290

FF 1 0 1

FR 0 2 2

DT

PD 0 0 0

2009: Earned CoSida/ESPN the Magazine All-Academic honors... Was a mainstay for the Rams at defensive tackle as he logged 10 starts... Finished the year with 26 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and two fumble recoveries... Recovered two fumbles and and recorded 1.5 tackles for loss against Fordham... Totaled four tackles against Massachusetts (9/19)... Recorded a season-high six tackles at Villanova (10/31)... Had three tackles, one tackle for loss and one sack at Maine (11/14). 2008: Started seven games and saw action in 10... Had a solo tackle against Monmouth (8/30)... Had four total tackles against Fordham (9/7)... Recorded five tackles and one and a half sacks against Hofstra (9/20)... Registered a perfect 4.0 GPA in the classroom last semester. High School: Four-year member and three-year letterwinner in both football and volleyball at Dallastown Area... Recorded 107 tackles, 12 QB hurries, five pass breakups, and three sacks as a senior captain, earning All-YAIAA All-Conference honors at both DB and FB and YAIAA Division I Defensive Player of the Year honors.

Year 2009 Career

G 7 7

UT 2 2

JR

SHEARD’S CAREER STATS AT 2 2

Total 4 4

TFL-Yds 0.5-1 0.5-1

Sacks 0 0

6-2

Int 0 0

255

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

PD 0 0

2009: Saw action in seven games... Made his first appearance against Brown (10/3) where he registered one tackle... Recorded a pair of tackles and had 0.5 tackles for loss at Maine (11/14). 2008: Did not play. High School: Two-year letterwinner... Recorded 140 tackles and 10 sacks in during his two-year career... Selected First Team All-Conference as a senior. Personal: Born Dec. 27, 1988... Son of Beth and William Sheard... Has two brothers - Alex and Zach... Enjoys traveling... List Brian Dawkins as his favorite athlete and the Philadelphia Eagles as his favorite team... Medcine major at URI.

Personal: Born Dec. 3, 1989... Son of Robert and Connie Rae... Has two brothers - Josh and Mitch... Enjoys playing volleyball, skiing and hunting... Lists the Pittsburgh Steelers as his favorite team... Chemistry major at URI.

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THE RAMS 4 EVAN SHIELDS

58 KENNY SMITH

Adelphi, Md. Gonzaga College Prep

Jersey City, N.J. St. Peter’s Prep

CB

JR

5-10

190

LB

G

UT

AT

Total

4 4 8

0 7 7

0 5 5

0 12 12

TFL-Yds Did not play 0.0-0 0.5-1 0.5-1

5-10

235

SMITH’S CAREER STATS

SHIELD’S CAREER STATS Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

SO

Sacks

Int

FF

FR

PD

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

2009: Saw limited action after he suffered a season-ending injury against Towson (10/10)... Recorded a season-high seven tackles against Fordham (9/5)... Posted four tackles at Connecticut (9/26). 2008: Saw action against Villanova (10/18), Massachusetts (11/1), Maine (11/15) and Northeastern (11/22).

Year 2009 Career

G 2 2

UT 1 1

AT 0 0

Total 1 1

TFL-Yds 0.0 0.0

Sacks 0 0

Int 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

PD 0 0

2009: Played in two games on defense, while contributing on special teams... Started in the Rams’ season-finale against Northeastern (11/21). Prep School: Two-year starter Selected All-State as a senior... Named All-County during junior and seniors seasons... Registered 14.5 sacks as a senior... Second on the team in tackles... Nominated for the New Jersey North vs. South Game... Coached by former Green Bay Packers running back Ryan Grant. Personal: Born Jan.15, 1990... Son of Kenneath Dobson and Yolanda Smith... Favorite athlete is Troy Polamalu... Favorite pro teams are the New York Giants and New York Yankees... Enjoys traveling.

2007: Did not play. High School: Four-year member and two-year letterwinner under coach Kenny Lucas at Gonzaga College High School, helping them to WCAC Playoffs in 2005… Received four varsity letters in track (captain 2005-07), where is a member of 4x800 relay team which holds school record… Member of Black Student Union. Personal: Born February 12, 1989… Son of Bertie and Beverly Shields… Has four siblings – Arman (Richmond ’07), Ian (Maryland ‘07), Allen, and Alana … Arman earned Second Team Atlantic 10 honors in 2006 as a member of Richmond football team and was selected by the Oakland Raiders in the 2008 NFL Draft… Enjoys fishing, swimming, dancing, and listening to music… Cites Jerry Rice as his favorite athlete and the Washington Redskins as his favorite team… Undecided major at URI who was named to the Dean’s List in 2008.

36 BRANDFORD SOWAH Providence, R.I. Bishop Hendricken WR

JR

5-7

175

2009: Joined the team in the fall, but did not play. High School: Earned All-State honors during his junior and senior seasons... Three-time All-City and All-Division selection... Voted Most Outstanding Senior Athlete... Also played on the varsity basketball and track teams.

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THE RAMS 87 KYLE STEADMAN

88 TREVOR TURNER

North Easton, Mass. Oliver Ames High School

Hanover, Md. Meade Senior High School

WR

SO

6-2

180

WR

Personal: Born December 7, 1990... Son of Bruce and Marquita Steadman...Has two siblings - brother Corey and Sister Candace... Lists his favorite athlete as Steve Smith... Favorite team is the Carolina Panthers and Denver Nuggets.

6-1

180

TURNER'S CAREER STATS

2009: Made his lone appearance of the 2009 season against nationally-ranked William and Mary. High School: Two year letterwinner both basketball and football...Was named MVP of the Turkey Bowl in 2008... Holds school records for the Triple Jump, Long Jump, 4x100 and the Decathalon.

SO

Year 2009 Career

G 4 4

Rec 1 1

Yds 1 1

Td 0 0

Lg 1 1

Avg 1.0 1.0

YPG 0.2 0.2

2009: Saw action in four games... Recorded his first career reception at Connecticut (9/26). High School: Helped Meade High School to its most wins since the 2001 season... Started on both sides of ball as a senior... In 2008, he caught 40 passes for 885 yards and 11 touchdowns... As a team the squad averaged 29 points per game... On defense, he totaled three interceptions... Selected to the Baltimore Sun All-Metro Team as a senior... Played in the Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star game following his senior season... Helped the squad to its most wins since the 2001 season. Personal: Born April 4, 1991... Son of Barry and Joan Turner... Has one sibling - Ian Turner... Lists his favorite team as the USC Trojans.

66 GEORGE TSAKIRGIS Lynnfield, Mass. The Governor’s Academy LB

RS-FR

5-9

230

2009: Did not play. High School: Four-year letterwinner in Football, Track and Wrestling... Was awarded First Team AllLeague honors as running back and linebacker... Named Player to Watch by the Boston Herald. Personal: Born November 7, 1989... Son of John and Julie Tsakirgis... Has two sisters - Christina and Diana... Cousin Fred Smerlas played college football at Boston College and played in the NFL for the Buffalo Bills, 49ers, and New England Patriots... Favorite athletes are Ray Lewis and Maurice JonesDrew.

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THE RAMS 31 MATT URBAN

63 DAVE VALLEY

Warren, R.I. Mt. Hope High School

East Providence, R.I. East Providence High School

S

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

G 2 6 12 5 25

UT 0 11 26 6 43

SR

URBAN’S CAREER STATS AT 0 6 16 3 25

Total 0 17 42 9 68

TFL-Yds 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-9 1.0-7 3.0-16

Sacks 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.0

6-2

Int 0 1 1 1 3

205

FF 0 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0 0

OG

PD 0 2 3 1 6

2009: Played in the first five games of the season, but was sidelined for the rest of the year after he suffered an injury against Towson (10/10)... Finished the year with nine tackles... Had three tackles and one interception at Brown (10/3). 2008: Assisted with three tackles against Monmouth (8/30)... Recorded an interception and three tackles against Fordham (9/7)... Recorded four solo tackles and eight total tackles against New Hampshire (9/13)... Picked up seven tackles and assisted with a sack against Hofstra (9/20)... Had two solo tackles and broke up a pass against William and Mary (10/25). 2007: Appeared in six games... Recorded 17 tackles (11 solo)... Season-high five tackles (three solo) and an interception against both Hofstra (9/22) and James Madison (10/13)... Four tackles (two solo) at Delaware (9/15)... Two solo tackles in season-finale against Northeastern (11/10). 2006: Played in two games - UConn (8/31) and Massachusetts (10/21)... Received a redshirt.

6-3

295

2009: Started in 10 games at guard... Anchored an offensive line which did not allow a sack in three games... Helped the offensive unit surpass 400 yards in total offense three times throughout the year, including a season-high 535 yards of total offense at New Hampshire (11/7). 2008: Played and started in 10 games this past season... Protected former quarterback Derek Cassidy and allowed him to pass for 2,759 yards, which ranks as the third highest in school history... Helped pave the way for a season-high 211 rushing yards against Northeastern. 2007: Played in 10 games ... recorded nine tackles (two solo) ... registered three tackles (one solo), 1.5 tackles for loss, and 0.5 sacks against Fordham (9/1) ... two tackles (one solo) at Richmond (10/20) ... Recorded an assisted tackle and recovered a fumble against both New Hampshire (10/27) and Maine (11/10). 2006: Did not play. High School: Member of football and baseball teams at East Providence ... 2006 Second Team All-state Selection... Helped East Providence and head coach John Gorham capture the 2003 State Championship... First Team All-State and Most Outstanding Player (baseball) in 2005. Personal: Born June 10, 1988... Son of Scott and Robin Valley... Has one sibling - Andrew... Cites Miami Dolphins and New York Yankees as favorite teams... Kinesiology major at URI.

High School: Four-year member and three-year letterwinner under coach T.J. Delsanto at Mount Hope, serving as captain as a senior... Four-year all-division selection (2003-06)... Two-time All-State Personal: Born December 30, 1987... Son of Anthony and Nancy Urban... Has three siblings - Anthony, Christian, and Jared... Lists Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete... Kinesiology major at URI.

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THE RAMS 50 SHOMARI WATTS

24 JARROD WILLIAMS

Philadelphia, Pa. Haverford High School

Glen Mills Pa. West Chester East High School

LB

RS-FR

6-1

215

2009: Sat out redshirt season. High School: Served as a four-year starter for the Fords, switching to Linebacker as a senior ... Voted defensive Most Valuable Player as a senior by his teammates... Earned Second Team All-City and First Team All-Delaware County... Selected to the First Team All-Inter-Academic League as a junior and senior... Led the team in tackles as a senior. Personal: Born June 21, 1991...Has one sibling...Interest are music and friends...Favorite athlete Brian Dawkins...Favorite sport teams Philadelphia Eagles and the Philadelphia Phillies.

CB

Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

G 9 11 11 31

UT 1 15 46 62

JR

WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATS

AT 1 6 19 26

Total 2 21 65 86

TFL-Yds 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2

Sacks-Yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

6-1

INT 0 1 4 5

200

FF 0 0 1 1

FR 0 0 1 1

PD 0 2 2 4

2009: Led the team with four interceptions and was third on the team in tackles... Recorded seven tackles and had a 68-yard fumble return for a touchdown at Massachusetts (9/19)... Recorded a seasonhigh 11 tackles at Connecticut (9/26)... Tallied seven tackles and had one interception at Brown (10/3)... Picked off a pair of passes against Towson (10/10)... Notched seven tackles against Hofstra (10/17)... In the season finale against Northeastern (11/21), he recorded eight tackles, forced one fumble and had one interception. 2008: Enters the fall season after he was selected as the Most Improved Defensive Player of Spring Practice... Collected three tackles against Boston College (9/27)... Had a big game against Brown (10/4) with six tackles (five solo), two broken up passes, and an interception... Grabbed four tackles against Towson (10/11)... Recorded two solo tackles against UMass (11/1). 2007: Appeared in nine games... Returned 14 kicks for 259 yards... Rushed for 40 yards on three carries and caught one pass for six yards... Returned eight kicks for 184 yards and rushed for 18 yards at Delaware (9/15)... Two carries for 22 yards at Richmond (10/20)... Returned two kicks for 25 yards against James Madison (10/13)... One kick return for 23 yards at New Hampshire (10/27)... Earned a varsity letter. High School: Four-year member and three-year varsity letterwinner at West Chester East... First Team All-Chestmont League selection as a junior and senior... Rushed for 881 yards (10.5 ypg) and 11 touchdowns as a senior... Scored two touchdowns in 28-7 win in Chestmont League Championship in 2006... Earned four varsity letters in track & field... Member of the Black Student Union. Personal: Born December 31, 1988... Son of Al and Ellen Williams... Has one sibling - Aubree... Enjoys basketball, PS3, and football... Lists Michael Jordan, Michael Johnson, and Jerome Bettis as his favorite athletes and lists Pittsburgh Steelers, Philadelphia Phillies, and Philadelphia 76ers as his favorite teams... Communications major at URI.

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THE RAMS 47 MANEE WILLIAMS

42 DAVID ZOCCO

New Rochelle, N.Y. New Rochelle High School

Nashua, N.H. Nashua South

LB

SO

6-1

220

S

WILLLIAMS’ CAREER STATS Year 2009 Career

G 3 3

UT 0 0

AT 1 1

Total 1 1

TFL-Yds 0.0-0 0.0-0

Sacks 0.0 0.0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

PD 0 0

High School: Two-year varsity starter at wide receiver, safety and running back... Two-year letterwinner... As a junior he was the Most Valuable Defensive Player in the Section I-AA Championship game... The following year Williams was the Most Valuable Offensive Player of the Section 1-AA Championship game... Earned Offensive Player of the Game in the New York State semifinals... Served as a senior captain... Earned Section I-AA South All-League honors as a senior and Voted to the All-Section team... Selected to the Journal News All-County team... Selected to the All-New York State honors as a defensive back during his senior season.

Personal: Born January 21, 1991...Has a younger brother Ethan... Lists his favorite sport teams Denver Broncos, Boston Celtics and New York Yankees.

29 COLTON WOODALL Davie, Fla. North Broward Prep 6-3

185

2009: Sat out redshirt season. Prep School: Served as the squad’s senior captain... Selected Defensive Most Valuable Player following his senior season... Named All-County First Team Defense as a senior... Helped guide his team to an undefeated regular season. Personal: Born January 10, 1991... Son of Jeff and Donna Woodall... The oldest of three siblings... Brothers Brandon and Austin... Sister Madsion... Interested in fishing and hunting.

34

220

High School: Three-year starter and four-year varsity player... Four-year letter winner... Captain as a senior... Led the Purple Panthers to the 2008 New Hampshire Division I State Championship... Threetime All-State honoree... Earned New Hampshire’s Gatorade Player of the Year... Nashua Telegraph Player of the Year... Selected as Mr. Football New Hampshire... Union Leader Player of the Year... Scored five touchdowns as a running back in the state championship title game... Rushed for over 1,600 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior... Recorded 136 tackles and five interceptions as free safety during senior campaign... As a junior led the team to the State championship title game... Rushed for 1,300 yards as a junior and scored 20 touchdowns... Received all-state and all-conference honors as a sophomore, junior and senior.

Personal: Born May 12, 1991... Son of Mary Williams... Lists Randy Moss as his favorite athlete.

RS-FR

6-1

2009: Sat out redshirt season. Int 0 0

2009: Saw his first career action against William and Mary (10/31)... Made one tackle against New Hampshire (11/7).

S

RS-FR

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2010 NEWCOMERS 81 RAMADAN ABDULLAH

19 NICK BECKER

Philadelphia, Pa. Germantown High School

Coral Springs, Fla. Pine Crest High School

WR

FR

6-0

170

QB

High School: Served as the team captain during his junior and senior seasons... Three-year varsity starter... Selected to the Philadelphia All-Public First Team... Named to the Germantown High School All-Decade Team... Played quarterback throughout high school... Threw for 2,681 yards and 27 touchdowns during his career.

FR

86 MATT BROWN

Warwick, R.I. Cushing Academy

North Kingston, R.I. Bishop Hendricken

FR

6-0

WR

170

Cushing Academy: Spent the 2009 season at Cushing Academy following two seasons at Bishop Hendricken where he primarily handled kickoffs... In 2009, he finished second on the team in scoring with 30 points, which ranked fourth in the New England Prep School Association... Connected on 23-of-27 extra points... Hit a seasonbest 30-yard field goal against Assumption College.

195

High School: Three-year starter and earned three varsity letters... Served as team captain during his senior season and was named offensive team captain as a junior... Named First Team All-Broward County and was selected Honorable Mention All-State... Passed for over 1,700 yards and tossed 17 touchhowns as a senior... As a sophomore, he passed for over 1,800 yards and 18 touchdowns... Went 13-for-14 for 200 yards and five touchdowns against rival Pompano Beach High School during his senior season... Participated in the U.S. Army All-America Football combine.

85 DREW ANDERSON

K

6-1

SO

5-10

175

2009 American International College: Appeared in nine of 10 games as a freshman at wide receiver … named to the Northeast-10 all-rookie team … recorded 27 catches for 418 yards … caught four passes for a season-high 92 yards in a win at Merrimack (9/5) … had five catches for 76 yards against Southern Connecticut (9/19) … pulled in five passes for 78 yards in a win over Saint Anselm (10/3). High School: 2009 graduate of Bishop Hendricken High School... Coached by Keith Craft as a member of the football team... Served as team captain... Named team MVP... Was a first-team all-division and first-team allstate selection... Recipient of the Jerry Rice Wide Receiver of the Year Award as the top wide receiver in the state... led his team to a league title and two Super Bowl appearances.

33 ANTHONY BASKERVILLE

37 RODNEY CHANCE

Franklin, Mass. Dean College

Mansfield, Mass. Mansfield High School

DB

JR

5-11

185

DB

Dean College: Played quarterback in 2009 and helped his squad to a 4-1 mark in league play and a 9-1 overall record... Ranked third in the Northeast Fooftball Conference in passing yards per game with 115.5... Earned Second Team All-Northeast honors.

FR

5-10

160

High School: Earned three varsity letters in football... Received Sun Chronicle Honorable Mention honors... Started two seasons at cornerback and also saw action at wide receiver... Led the team in interceptions during his senior season and ranks fourth in school history in interceptions with six... Started four seasons on the varsity basketball team.

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2010 NEWCOMERS 45 DAVID COLEMAN

32 DARRELL DULANY

Montcliar, N.J. Montcliar High School

Philadelphia, Pa. Valley Forge Military Academy

DB

FR

5-11

190

DB

High School: Led the team in sacks as a senior with 7.0... Two-year varsity starter... Was named New Jersey Star Ledger Player of the Week three times as a senior... Helped his squad to a 10-2 record and an appearance in the Group IV New Jersey State Semifinals during his junior campaign.

6-1

17 STANLEY DUNBAR

East Greenwich, R.I. East Greenwich High School

Johnston, R.I. Dean College

FR

6-1

215

CB

High School: Named team captain as a senior... Selected First Team All-State, First Team All-League and First Team All-Area... Voted Defensive Most Valuable Player by his teammates... Named Team Defensive MVP by the Providence Gridiron Club... Recorded a season-high six sacks and two interceptions against Moses Brown High School... Completed the 2009 season with a team-best 124 tackles (89 solo).

JR

5-10

9 CHRIS EDMOND

Sparta, N.J. Sparta High School

Freeport, N.Y. Freeport High School/Hofstra

FR

6-1

180

S

High School: Served as team captain as a senior... During his junior campaign he helped the squad to the conference title... In his final two high school seasons, he was named First Team All-League, First Team All-Area and Third Team All-West Jersey.

185

Dean College: Helped his squad to back-to-back Northeast Football Conference championships... Started 22 games in two years... Guided his team to an 8-1 record in 2009... Recorded 28 tackles and a team-high 12 pass breakups in 2009... Attended St. Raphael’s Academy before attending Dean College where he helped his squad to the 2007 Division I Rhode Island State Championship... Named 2007 Rhode Island Gridiron Player of the Year... Earned All-State First Team.

15 DOUG D’ANGELO

QB

190

High School: Started 16 games during his two-year career... Served as the team captain in 2009... Two-year all-conference honoree... Helped the squad to a 12-4 record during his two-year career... Guided the squad to a 7-1 record and a Seaboard Conference Championship... Also recruited by Temple and Morgan State.

57 ALEX CRAFT

LB

36

JR

JR

5-10

200

2008-09 Hofstra: Played in 22 games during two seasons with the Pride... Was fifth on the team in tackles in 2009 with 51 stops... Recorded 2.5 tackles for loss and recovered one fumble... Started seven at linebacker as a freshman in 2008...Was third on the team with 71 tackles, including 33 solo stops. High School: Played football, basketball and lacrosse... Was awarded the 2006 Thorpe Award as Nassau County’s Player of the Year... Named to All-New York State and All-Nassau County teams at Freeport... Recorded 1,103 yards on 112 carries at running back and 109 tackles at middle linebacker for the Red Devils as a senior... Posted 21 tackles in a single game... Notched 111 tackles as a junior.

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2010 NEWCOMERS 54 JUSTIN FAVREAU

52 DAVID HANSEN

Wakefield, R.I. South Kingston High School

Providence, R.I. La Salle Academy

LB

FR

5-11

LB

210

High School: Played three years on the varsity squad... Served as the team captain during his senior campaign... Received All-Area recognition during his senior season... Selected All-Division in both his junior and senior seasons.

FR

34 TRAVIS HURD

Chantilly, Va. Westfield High School

Branford, Conn. Cheshire Academy

FR

6-4

180

RB

High School: Two-year varsity letterwinner... Voted All-Concorde District First Team... Selected All-Northern Region Honorable Mention... Earned “Top Dog” Award for Leadership and On-field Performance... Rated as a two-star quarterback by Rivals Recruiting Service... Listed as one of the Top 25 players in Virginia prior to his senior campaign... Compiled a 15-8 record as a starter... Led his squad to the Concorde District Championship and the Northern Region Playoffs as a senior... Set Westfield High School Records for yards (308) and touchdown passes (5) in a single game... Helped his squad to a 9-3 mark as a junior.

FR

5-8

28 DE’ONTRAY JOHNSON

Bloomfield, N.J. Worcester Academy

San Diego, Calif. Hoover High School

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Cheshire Academy: Served as the team captain during his senior year... Rushed for 1,120 yards, totaled 420 receiving yards and had 12 touchdowns as a senior... Received All-New England honors in 2009... Helped guide his team to an 8-1 record during his senior year.

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High School: Named First Team all-City Conference and first team all-Western League as a running back following his senior season… Rushed for 1,570 yards and 21 touchdowns… Rushed for at least 100 yards in nine of his 11 games… Averaged 142.7 yards per game and 6.77 yards per carry as a senior… Top game came against Serra HS where he had 208 rushing yards and two touchdowns… Scored five TDs and rushed for 145 yards against Crawford HS… Rushed for at least 150-yards in six games…had three-plus touchdowns in four games… Also played defensive back.

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2009 Hofstra: Played in 11 games during his freshman season and caught 13 passes for 173 (13.3 yards per catch) with the Pride. High School: Played four years of basketball, ran track for four years and played three years of basketball... Named All-Pennsylvania, All-Catholic and All-Delco in football in 2008... Also named All-Catholic and All-Delco in track in 2008... Had 30 catches for 511 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior... Also compiled 17 tackles, 21 pass deflections and one interception... Played for the Pennsylvania All-Stars against the Ohio All-Stars in the Big 33 Classic at Hershey Park Stadium.

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Anna Maria College (Mass.): Started in all 11 games... Recorded 27 tackles, which lead all defensive lineman on the team. High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner... Voted team Most Valuable Player as a senior... Earned Second Team All-Division as a junior and First Team All-Division as a senior... Led the team in tackles.

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2008-09 Hofstra: Saw action in seven games as a sophomore... Finished second on the team in rushing (332 yards)... Passed for 466 yards and five touchdowns... Played in six games and started five as a true freshman... Completed 102 of 170 passes (60.0%) for 951 yards and seven touchdowns...Posted a single game best of 222 yards on 21 of 33 passing against 2008 National Champion Richmond. High School: Played four years of football and basketball and two years of lacrosse... Member of Farmingdale’s Nassau County championship, Long Island finalist and Rutgers Cup championship team... Earned the Doc Snyder Award as a senior as Nassau County’s Most Outstanding Quarterback after passing for 860 yards and eight touchdowns, and rushing for 702 yards and 10 touchdowns in eight games... Named to All-County and All-Long Island teams in 2007... All-County pick as a junior.

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JOE TRAINER

HEAD COACH SECOND SEASON Joe Trainer, a veteran of nearly 20 years of college football coaching experience, Trainer was introduced as head coach on Feb. 27, 2009 when the University begins his third season at the University of Rhode Island and his second as selected him as its 19th head coach in school history. head coach. “I cannot tell you how honored and humbled I am to be the head coach at the In his first season as head coach, Trainer oversaw a defensive unit that ranked University of Rhode Island,” Trainer said at his introductory press conference. “It second in the CAA in turnover margin. During the 2009 campaign, the Rams is truly an honor that I am going to embrace and I am going to make everyone gained a league-best 15 fumbles and picked off 11 passes. associated with this program proud of the way we conduct ourselves from the head coach all the way down to the team manager.” Offensively, the Rhody made tremendous strides down the stretch as it averaged 352.3 total yards of offense per game in its final three contests. Trainer returned to Rhode Island after he joined the coaching staff at Bowling Green in December 2008 where he served as the Assistant Head Coach/ Following the 2009 season, Rhody had three individuals earn CAA all- Defensive Coordinator under two-time Football Championship Subdivision conference honors, including linebacker Rob Damon, who also earned Sports (FCS) Coach of the Year Dave Clawson. Network All-America accolades. “Coming back here in a different capacity as a head coach I believe we are Off the field, Trainer places a strong emphasis on academics. This past season, going to do great things on the field and above all else we are going to do it 10 Rhode Island players earned Academic All-Conference, including defensive the right way,” Trainer explained. lineman Matt Rae, who was named ESPN The Magazine/CoSida District II AllAcademic First Team. “We are not going to cut corners and we are going to make our kids accountable in every phase.”

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HEAD COACH THE TRAINER FILE Born: March 6, 1968 Hometown: Roslyn, Pa. Alma Mater: Dickinson ‘90 Coaching History: 2009-present...............................................Rhode Island 2009-present: Head Coach 2008-09 ................................................... Bowling Green 2008-09: Assistant Head Coach 2008 ...........................................................Rhode Island 2008: Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coord. 2005-07 ........................................................ Millersville 2005-07: Head Coach 1997-2004 ........................................................ Villanova 2000-04: Defensive Coordinator 1997-99: Linebackers 1995-96 ........................................................ New Haven 1995-96: Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers 1993-94 ..............................................................Colgate 1993-94: Linebackers/Special Teams Coord. 1992 .......................................................Frostburg State 1992: Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator Playing History: Dickinson, 1986-89

The Trainer Family - Moreen Dillon, Keira and Liam (First Row L-R) Moreen and Joe (Back Row L-R)

During the 2008 season at Rhode Island, Trainer’s defensive unit forced URI opponents into 11 fumbles, which ranked in the top five of CAA Football. His defensive scheme also allowed linebacker Matt Hansen to finish second in the league in total tackles with 111, as he went on to earn All-CAA Football Second Team and Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) All-New England honors. Prior to his stint at Rhode Island, Trainer spent three seasons as head coach of Millersville University, a member of the powerhouse Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC), from 2005-2007. Before heading to Millersville, Trainer spent eight seasons at CAA-rival Villanova, starting out as linebackers coach before being promoted to defensive coordinator in 2005.

“We are not going to cut corners and we are going to make our kids accountable in every phase.” - Joe Trainer February 27, 2009

During his tenure at Villanova, Trainer helped the Wildcats to two conference championships, two NCAA Playoff appearances (1997 and 2004) - including the national semifinals - two Lambert Cups, two wins over I-A schools (Rutgers and Temple), and five top 20 rankings in the final poll. Additionally, the Wildcats were nationally-ranked for a league-record 35 consecutive weeks and posted a school-record 12 wins in 1997. Trainer’s defensive scheme put the Wildcats as No. 1 in the Atlantic 10 in total defense in 2003 and 2004. Villanova finished seventh amongst NCAA Division I-AA schools in scoring defense (16.2 ppg) and 14th nationally in total defense (302 ypg allowed) in 2003. The following year in 2004, Trainer’s defense yielded under 300 yards per game and was second in the A-10 in scoring defense (22.5 ppg). Trainer was also instrumental in helping Brian Hulea earn First Team Atlantic 10 honors in 2003 and 2004. Trainer spent the 1995 and 1996 season at the University of New Haven, where he worked as both linebackers coach and defensive coordinator. In his two seasons at New Haven, Trainer helped the Chargers win 17 games and earn a berth in the NCAA Division II playoffs. W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

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Q&A WITH HEAD COACH JOE TRAINER 1. Describe your style of play…What should Rhody Football fans expect from the Rams in 2010? “We are going to have an aggressive philosophy in all 3 areas-Offense , Defense, and Special Teams. Our fans should expect an exciting and entertaining brand of football as we represent our great university with a much improved product.” 2. Describe your recruiting philosophy and some of the specific things you look for in potential student-athletes? “Our recruiting philosophy is to attract and retain players who have the talent to help us wins championships, the passion to develop incrementally, and a serious approach to their education.” 3. In your opinion, what are the keys to maintaining the balance between athletics and academics? “Time management is most important in balancing academics with athletics. We are looking for young men who are serious about earning a degree and serious about competing for championships.”

4. What are your thoughts on the Colonial Athletic Association and what it takes to be successful in this league? Under his tutelage New Haven finished ranked in the Top 20 in both seasons “Our ability to recruit, retain, and develop quality student athletes is the key and his defense also established school records for fewest points allowed, to our success. We have put three quality recruiting classes together and we points per game allowed, and turnover margin. Off the field, Trainer served are excited about this season because we have so many quality players have as the academic coordinator. matured and are ready for success in the CAA.” The Roslyn, Pa., native began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Temple University in 1990, serving as linebackers coach. Two years later, Trainer took over as linebackers coach and special teams coordinator at Frostburg State University, where he also developed and oversaw the teams in-season strength and conditioning program. Following the 1992 season, he joined the coaching staff at Colgate University. While in Hamilton, he coached the outside linebackers and punt and kickoff teams. Trainer received his undergraduate degree in English from Dickinson College in 1990. He then went on to earn his masters degree from Temple University in 1992 and his M.S. in counseling and human relations from Villanova in 2004. Trainer and his wife Moreen are the proud parents of Liam (10), Dillon (8) and Keira (6). The Trainers reside in Saunderstown. Trainer’s Year-by-Year Head Coaching Record Year Institution 2005 Millersville 2006 Millersville 2007 Millersville 2009 Rhode Island

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5. What is your favorite thing about coaching at the University of Rhode Island? “We are selling a great product. Our campus is beautiful, our academic programs would rival any in the country, and our location is second to none.” 6. What goes into building a winning program? “Tremendous support from our administration, which we already have. Outstanding student athletes who are passionate about what they do and quality facilities.” 7. How much emphasis do you place on academics? “If you don’t retain the athletes you recruit, you are getting no return our your investment. We are representing our university in everything we do. Our players need to be as committed in the classroom as they are on the field. If school is not priority number one - then you are at the wrong place, playing for the wrong guy.” 8. How do you keep your teams engaged in the community and active with alums? “We did over 12 community service projects this year alone, including our bone marrow drive back in April. People in the community need to see our student-athletes giving back and just as importantly, our athletes must feel a sense of responsibility to represent the University of Rhode Island well on and off the field.”

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ASSISTANT COACHES ROY ISTVAN

ASSISTANT HEAD COACH/OFFENSIVE LINE THIRD SEASON The 2010 campaign marks Roy Istvan’s third year as the In 2005, Buffalo recorded the most rushing touchdowns since offensive line coach at Rhode Island. The upcoming season it joined the MAC in 1999 and allowed the fewest amount of also marks his second as the Assistant Head Coach after he sacks since it joined the league. was promoted in the 2009 offseason. Istvan began his coaching career in 1990 as a graduate This past season, Istvan’s offensive line protected quarterback assistant at Southern Connecticut State University where he Chris Paul-Etienne, allowing him to pass for 14 touchdowns. also played. The Rams offensive line also limited opponents to just 26 sacks in 2009, which was 13 fewer from 2008. During his 11 seasons at SCSU, the Owls set 53 school offensive records and posted a 67-45 record. He also coached former During his first year in Kingston, Istvan’s blocking schemes New England Patriots offensive lineman and Super Bowl protected former quarterback Derek Cassidy and allowed him champion Joe Andruzzi. the time to throw for 2,759 yards through the air. Cassidy’s total passing yards ranks as the third-highest single season A 1990 graduate of SCSU, Istvan and his wife, Kristin, have three mark in school history. children - Jaylin and twins Kambria and Zachariah.

Born: December 27, 1968 Hometown: Stratford, Conn. Alma Mater: Southern Connecticut ‘90

Prior to arriving at URI, Istvan spent the 2006 and 2007 seasons as offensive coordinator at Milford Academy, where he coached several division I football players. He also spent the 2007 season as an offensive line consultant to Sportstars INC. where he trained current NFL player Tony Ugoh (Indianapolis Colts) and LeSean McCoy (Philadelphia Eagles).

Coaching History: 2008-present...............................................Rhode Island 2009-Present: Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line 2008-2009: Offensive Line

Before heading to Milford, he spent five seasons at the University of Buffalo (2001-2005). In his first three years, Istvan served as the run game coordinator/offensive line coach.

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2006-07 ................................................Milford Academy 2006-07: Offensive Coordinator 2001-05 .............................................................. Buffalo 2004-05: Offensive Coordinator 2001-03: Offensive Line/Run Game Coord.

In 2003 the Bulls rushed for over 2,000 yards, which ranked third in the Mid-American Conference. The following season, Istvan was rewarded for his efforts and was promoted to offensive coordinator.

1990-2000 ......................................Southern Connecticut 1996-2000: Offensive Coordinator 1992-95: Offensive Line Coach 1990-91: Tight Ends/WR Graduate Asst. Playing History: Southern Connecticut, 1986-89

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ASSISTANT COACHES CHRIS PINCINCE

OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/QUARTERBACKS THIRD SEASON

Chris Pincince begins his third season as the Rams’ offensive coordinator in 2010.

total yards (384.4 ypg) and passing yards (271.5 ypg) and finished third in scoring with an average of 25.0 ppg.

In 2009, Pincince oversaw a passing attack that averaged 202.5 yards per game, which ranked fifth in the CAA. Quarterback Chris Paul-Etienne averaged 174.5 passing yards per game in Pincince’s offensive scheme.

Pincince arrived at Holy Cross in 2004 and spent the next two seasons as wide receivers coach. During that span, he led a group which included All-Patriot League WR Sean Gruber, who finished his career at the Crusaders’ all-time leader with 22 career touchdown receptions.

Paul-Etienne began to excel under the watchful eye of Pincince as he averaged 236.7 passing yards per game and had a CAA-best 10 touchdowns over the final four games of the season. During that stretch, Paul-Etienne threw for a season-high 424 yards through the air at nationally-ranked New Hampshire. In his first season, Pincince implemented the spread offense at URI and the effects were felt immediately as the Rhody passing game ranked fifth in CAA Football (238.4) in passing offense.

THE PINCINCE FILE Born: February 23, 1972 Hometown: Woonsocket, R.I. Alma Mater: Boston University ‘94 Coaching History: 2008-present...............................................Rhode Island 2008-present: Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 2004-07 ..........................................................Holy Cross 2006-07: Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 2004-05: Wide Receivers/Special Teams Coordinator 2003 ...................................................................Ursinus 2003: Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

Before arriving in Kingston, Pincince spent four seasons at Holy Cross (20042007), serving as offensive coordinator in his final two years. In 2007, his offense led the Patriot League in scoring (35.9 ppg), passing (335.2 ypg), total offense (463.4 ypg), and first downs (272). Crusaders quarterback Dominic Randolph led the conference in passing yards (3,604), touchdown passes (30), and total offense (340.1 ypg) and finished 12th in the voting for the Walter Payton Award, which is presented to the top player in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). Additionally, wide receiver Ryan Maher led the Patriot League in receptions (75), yards (907), yards per game (82.5 ypg), and touchdowns (10). In 2006, he directed a Crusaders’ offense which led the Patriot League in

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He came to Holy Cross from Ursinus College (Pa.), where he served as offensive coordinator in 2003. While at Ursinus, Pincince coached Gary Sheffield, who finished among the Centennial Conference leaders in rushing yards. In 2002, Pincince worked on the Brown University football coaching staff as quarterbacks coach. At Brown, the Bears averaged 296 passing yards per game while quarterback Kyle Slager ranked 12th in the nation in total offense with an average of 298.2 yards per game. He began his coaching career at New Haven in 1995 as wide receivers coach before he was named offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Fairfield in 1997. Following the 1998 season, Pincince went back to New Haven as offensive coordinator. During his tenure, the Chargers’ offense averaged 355.2 yards per game and 30.1 ppg. In 2001, he helped coach New Haven to a win over previously unbeaten and nationally-ranked Villanova. A 1994 graduate of Boston University, Pincince was a member of the Terriers’ 1993 Yankee Conference Championship team and also played on two NCAA Division I playoff teams. Pincince and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Woonsocket, R.I. with their sons Zachary and Owen and daughter Emma.


ASSISTANT COACHES ROB NEVIASER

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/DEFENSIVE LINE THIRD SEASON Rob Neviaser begins his third season at Rhode Island and his second as the defensive coordinator. This past season, Neviaser’s defensive unit was responsible for 26 turnovers (15 fumble recoveries and nine interceptions) in what resulted into a plus 10 turnover margin, which ranked second in the CAA. In 2008, Neviaser served as the defensive line coach. Neviaser came to Kingston following four seasons working on the University of Delaware coaching staff.

THE NEVIASER FILE Born: April 26, 1971 Hometown: Darnestown, Md. Alma Mater: Williams ‘93

In his four seasons with head coach K.C. Keeler, the Blue Hens posted a combined record of 41-22, advanced to the NCAA I-AA playoffs twice, and captured consecutive Atlantic 10 conference titles in 2003 and 2004. Neviaser played a big part in helping UD capture the 2003 NCAA I-AA national title. That season, the Blue Hens posted 41 sacks and 116 tackles for loss, and led the A-10 in both rushing defense (114.4 - 17th in I-AA) and scoring defense (15.4 ppg - fifth in I-AA).

2002-05 ...........................................................Delaware 2002-05: Defensive Line

In 2004, Delaware captured its second-straight Atlantic 10 Conference title and advanced to the NCAA I-AA quarterfinals. The Blue Hens ranked second in the Atlantic 10 in total defense (315.7) and was third in both rushing defense (115.4) and scoring defense (23.1). The 2005 squad, meanwhile, ranked fourth in the league with 30 sacks and was third in the league in rushing defense, allowing 119.6 yards per game to rank 20th in NCAA I-AA.

1997-2001 ................................................................Yale 1997-2001: Defensive Ends

Prior to his arrival at Delaware, Neviaser spent five seasons as defensive line coach and video coordinator at Yale University

Coaching History: 2008-present...............................................Rhode Island 2009- present: Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line 2008: Defensive Line

under head coach Jack Siedlecki. The Bulldogs posted a five-year record of 26-23 and won the Ivy League title in 1999 with a 9-1 record. Yale also posted marks of 7-3 in 2000 and 6-4 in 1998. Neviaser began his coaching career in 1993 at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. under head coach Rich Mannello, where he worked with the inside linebackers. He moved on to Harvard, where he served one season as assistant offensive line coach under Tim Murphy in 1994. He then spent two seasons as graduate assistant offensive line coach under head coach Dan Henning at Boston College in 1995-96 before heading to Yale. While at Yale, Neviaser worked with the defensive ends and defensive tackles and coordinated all aspects of video. Among the player he coached at Yale was two-time All-Ivy League defensive end Jeff Hockenbrock. A native of Darnestown, Md. where he was a standout lineman at Landon High School, Neviaser moved on to Division III power Williams College, where he played offensive line and inside linebacker. During his career, Williams posted a four-year record of 28-3-2 under head coach Richard Farley. He earned his degree in political science from Williams in 1993.

1995-96 ...................................................Boston College 1995-96: Graduate Asst. Offensive Line 1994 ..................................................................Harvard 1994: Offensive Line 1993 ..........................................................King’s College 1993: Inside Linebackers Playing History: Williams College, 1990-1993

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ASSISTANT COACHES EDDIE ALLEN

SPECIAL TEAMS/RUNNING BACKS THIRD SEASON

Eddie Allen begins his third season as the special teams coordinator and running backs coach at Rhode Island in 2009.

A native of Somerville, N.J., Allen graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of New Haven in 2003. He was a four-year letterwinner at quarterback for the Chargers.

This past season, Allen coached punter Tim Edger, who was named All-CAA Second Team after he averaged 41.5 yard per punt, which ranked first in the CAA.

Allen and his Kristin reside in North Kingstown, R.I.

In 2008, Rhody special teams’ blocked nine kicks and ranked fourth in CAA Football in punt return average (10.1 per return). Prior to arriving in Kingston, Allen spent three seasons as a member of Greg Schiano’s coaching staff at Rutgers. He joined the Scarlet Knights’ football program in 2005 as a member of player development and worked as a graduate assistant in 2007.

THE ALLEN FILE Born: October 24, 1980 Hometown: Somerville, N.J. Alma Mater: New Haven ‘03 Coaching History: 2008-present...............................................Rhode Island 2008-present: Special Teams Coordinator/Running Backs

Allen began his collegiate coaching career as the offensive graduate assistant and video coordinator at Hofstra University in 2003. The following season, Allen moved on to Fort Scott Community College in Fort Scott, Kan., where he served as wide receivers coach.

2005-07 ............................................................. Rutgers 2007: Special Team Graduate Assistant 2005-06: Special Teams/Player Development 2004 ..................................Fort Scott Community College 2004: Wide Receivers Coach 2003 ...................................................................Hofstra 2003: Graduate Assistant/Video Coordinator Playing History: New Haven, 1998-02

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ASSISTANT COACHES RYAN CRAWFORD

SECONDARY/RECRUITING COORDINATOR THIRD SEASON Ryan Crawford begins his third season as the secondary coach at Rhode Island in 2010. Last season, Crawford’s secondary unit accounted for 11 interceptions. In the first five games of 2009, the Rhody secondary picked off seven passes, including a season-high three against in-state rival Brown. In 2008, Crawford’s secondary scheme picked off at least one pass in five of Rhody’s first seven games. It also held Boston College to a season-low 27 yards passing (Sept. 27). Crawford came to URI after spending three seasons at Bucknell University, a member of the Patriot League. In 2007, the Bison tied NCAA-tournament participants Fordham and Colgate for the league lead with 14 interceptions and finished second in turnover margin (+2).

THE CRAWFORD FILE Born: January 16, 1979 Hometown: Maiden, N.C. Alma Mater: Davidson ‘01 Coaching History: 2008-present...............................................Rhode Island 2008-present: Secondary 2005-07 ............................................................ Bucknell 2005: Secondary

One year earlier, Crawford was instrumental in cornerback Matt Palermo’s successful switch from safety to cornerback, which culminated in his All-Patriot League Second Team selection. That year, he also coached Academic All-American David Frisbey.

A 2001 graduate of Davidson with a degree in biology, Crawford earned Associated Press First Team I-AA All-America honors in 1999, when he led all of Division I-AA with eight interceptions. Consequently, Davidson finished the year leading the nation with 28 picks. The following season, Crawford was the I-AA Mid-Major Defensive Back of the Year as well as the I-AA Independent Defensive MVP. In 2000, he was named Davidson’s Special Teams Player of the Year as well as the school’s Male Athlete of the Year. A native of Newton, N.C., Crawford went on to play semi-pro football for the Carolina Cowboys. He later played professionally with the Indiana Firebirds of the Arena Football League, and spent the summer of 2007 in camp with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League. He has also worked as a stuntman and a featured extra in the Sony Pictures movie ‘Radio,’ starring Cuba Gooding, Jr.

Prior to his arrival at Bucknell, Crawford spent two seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Davidson. He coached the Wildcats’ quarterbacks in 2003 before switching to the defensive side of the ball in 2004 to coach the defensive backs.

2003-04 ........................................................... Davidson 2004: Defensive Backs 2003: Quarterbacks Playing History: Davidson, 1997-00

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ASSISTANT COACHES RAPHEAL DOWDYE

LINEBACKERS FIRST SEASON

Rapheal Dowdye begins his first year at the University of Rhode Island as the linebackers coach. Dowdye comes to Rhode Island after he spent six seasons as an assistant coach at Northeastern. In 2009, Dowdye served as the running backs coach where he guided NU tailback John Griffin to First Team All-CAA honors. As a junior, Griffin finished the year with 1,009 yards. Dowdye spent the 2008 season as the defensive coordinator and served as defensive backs coach from 2004-07. During his time on the defensive side of the ball, Dowdye worked closely with Nate Thellen, who developed into one of the best secondary players in the CAA Football as he earned third-team All-Conference honors and led the team in interceptions in 2008.

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During his time with Northeastern, Dowdye has helped produce three All-Conference players in the secondary.

Born: June 29, 1973 Hometown: Boston, Mass. Alma Mater: West Virginia Wesleyan ‘96 Coaching History: 2010-present...............................................Rhode Island 2010-present: Linebackers 2004-2009 ..................................................Northeastern 2009: Running Backs 2008: Defensive Coordinator 2004-07: Defensive Backs 2000-03 ............................................................... Brown 2006-07: Player Development Playing History: West Virginia Wesleyan, 1993-96

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Prior to his arrival at NU, Dowdye, 36, spent four seasons coaching at Brown, two as the cornerbacks coach and two as coach of the running backs. Dowdye mentored Nick Hartigan, who went on to become the school’s all-time leading rusher. As a player, Dowdye was a four-year starter at cornerback for West Virginia Wesleyan and was named All-Conference three times. He also starred for the Bobcats in track & field as an All-America sprinter. He graduated from WVWC in 1996 with a degree in Business Management and Economics. He is single and resides in Providence.


ASSISTANT COACHES BOB GRIFFIN

TIGHT ENDS/SPECIAL CONSULTANT 24TH SEASON

Bob Griffin - the winningest football coach in URI history - returned to the sidelines at Meade Stadium in 2008 and is in his third season as an assistant. In his role, Griffin coaches the tight ends and serves as a special consultant. Griffin arrived in Kingston in 1976 and spent the next 17 seasons patrolling the sidelines for the URI football team, where he became the school’s all-time coaching wins leader with 79 victories. He guided the Rams to back-to-back Yankee Conference Championships in 1984 and 1985 and a share of the title in 1981. All three of those squads qualified for the NCAA Playoffs. For his efforts, he was named the New England, Yankee Conference and Words Unlimited Coach of the Year in 1984 and 1985 as the Rams posted a 10-3 record in both seasons.

THE GRIFFIN FILE Born: October 22, 1940 Hometown: Milford, Conn. Alma Mater: Southern Connecticut ‘63 Coaching History: 2008-present...............................................Rhode Island 2008-present: Tight Ends/Special Consultant 2000-05 ..........................................................Holy Cross 2004-05: Offensive Coordinator 2000-03: Quarterbacks

Bengals, guiding them to a 21-20 overall record, and twice (1972, 1975) led them to a school-record seven wins (against three losses). Griffin was inducted into the Rhode Island Athletics Hall of Fame in 1996 and is also a member of the Providence Gridiron Hall of Fame.

Under Griffin, the 1984 team set or tied 103 records at the school, conference, New England, Eastern and National levels. In 1985, the Rams finished No. 7 in the NCAA poll after going undefeated in the Yankee Conference (5-0) for the first time in their 39 years as a member. Six members of that squad went on to sign contracts with National Football League (NFL) teams. Griffin began his coaching career at URI under Jack Lilly in 1966 before departing to coach Bishop Hendricken High School in 1970. One year later, Griffin took over as offensive coordinator at Idaho State before being elevated to head coach in 1972. He spent four season as head coach of the

1995-98 ............................................................Syracuse 1995-98: Wide Receivers/Pass Game Coord. 1993-94 ........................................ Berlin Adler, Germany 1993-94: 1976-92 ......................................................Rhode Island 1976-92: Head Coach 1971-75 ........................................................Idaho State 1972-75: Head Coach 1971: Offensive Coordinator 1970 ............................................Bishop Hendricken H.S. 1970: Head Coach 1966-69 ......................................................Rhode Island 1966-69: Assistant Coach

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ASSISTANT COACHES ARI CONFESOR

WIDE RECEIVERS SECOND SEASON Ari Confesor is beginning his second season at the University of Rhode Island and his first as the wide receivers coach. During the 2009 campaign, Confesor served as the assistant secondary coach where he helped direct a secondary unit that produced 11 interceptions. The Rhode Island native returns to the offensive side of the ball where he experienced a tremendous amount of success as a student-athlete at Holy Cross. During his collegiate career, Confesor earned Second Team Sports Network AllAmerica and First Team All-New England honors in both the 2002 and 2003 seasons.

THE CONFESOR FILE Born: July 20, 1981 Hometown: Providence, R.I. Alma Mater: Holy Cross ‘03

In addition, Confesor was named team Most Valuable Player as a senior and finished his career with the most receiving yards in school history (2,352). He also owns school records for most receptions in a single season (90) and most receiving yards in a single season (1,213). In the spring of 2004, Confesor earned his degree in political science.

Coaching History: 2009-present...............................................Rhode Island 2010-present: Wide Receivers 2009-present: Secondary Assistant Playing History: Holy Cross, 2000-03

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ASSISTANT COACHES MIKE SIRIGNANO

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING FIRST SEASON Mike Sirignano is in his first year as the Football Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Rhode Island. Sirignano comes to Kingston after he spent the 2009 fall season at Bryant University as the Assistant Strength Coach where he he worked with all varsity athletic teams, while managing his own strength and conditioning business.

As a student-athlete at Bridgewater State College, he was the captain of the football team during his senior season and earned two-time All-America, three-time All-New England and three-time ECAC All-Star honors. Sirignano earned his degree in Physical Education from Bridgewater State in 2007.

Prior to his stint at Bryant, the Rhode Island native served as the Defensive Line Coach at Woonsocket High School during the 2006-07 seasons, while working as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at Next Level Fitness.

THE SIRIGNANO FILE Born: Nov. 21, 1984 Hometown: Providence, R.I. Alma Mater: Bridgewater State College ‘07 Coaching History: 2009 ....................................................................Bryant 2009: Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Siriganano began his colleigate coaching career at the College of the Holy Cross in 2006. During his tenure at Holy Cross, he worked primarily with the school football team where he taught physical and mental conditioning. In addition to his work with the football team, he also handled strength programs for the hockey, volleyball, tennis, soccer and golf teams. Currently, Siriganano is a member of USA Weightlifting (USAW), the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), USA Powerlifting (USAPL) and the National Council on Strength and Fitness (NCSF).

2008-09 .....................................Woonsocket High School 2008-09: Defensive Assistant/Defensive Line Coach 2006-07 ..........................................................Holy Cross 2006-07: Strength and Conditioning Intern Playing History: Bridgewater State College, 2004-07

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ASSISTANT COACHES DAN SILVA

DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS FOURTH SEASON Dan Silva begins his fourth year as director of football operations in 2010. In his role at URI, Silva organizes team travel, meals, video production and assists head coach Joe Trainer in day-to-day operations. A 2007 graduate of Rhode Island, Silva holds a degree in Communication Studies. Silva and his wife Kathleen reside in Middletown, R.I.

THE SILVA FILE Born: Jan. 28, 1985 Hometown: Warren, R.I. Alma Mater: Rhode Island ‘07 Coaching History: 2007-present...............................................Rhode Island 2007-present: Director of Football Operations

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SUPPORT STAFF KIM BISSONNETTE

ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/ HEALTH & PERFORMANCE 20TH SEASON A 1977 graduate from the University of Rhode Island, Kim Bissonnette served as the President for the Athletic Trainers Bissonnette begins his 20th year in Kingston. of Massachusetts, and co-founded the Rhode Island Athletic Trainers Association serving as the inaugural President as well. Over the offseason, Bissonnette was promoted as the Associate Athletic Director Health and Performance. In January of 2007, Bissonnette was inducted into the Rhode Island Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame. A native of Prior to his appointment at URI he was the Head Athletic Portsmouth, R.I. Bissonnette earned his B.S. from the URI in Trainer at Bentley College in Waltham, Mass. for six 1977 and his M.S. from the University of Arizona in 1978. He is years, and was a member of the athletic training staff at in charge of the overall athletic training program, with direct Northeastern University from 1979-1985. responsibility for intercollegiate football.

THE BISSONNETTE FILE Born: July 30, 1955 Hometown: Portsmouth, R.I. Alma Mater: Rhode Island ‘77 History: 1991-present...........................................................Rhode Island 2009-present: Assoc. AD/Health and Performance 1991-2009: Head Athletic Trainer 1985-1991 ........................................................... Bentley College 1985-1991: Head Athletic Trainer

In the summer of 1985 he also worked as the Head Athletic A certified member of the National Strength & Conditioning Trainer for the Rhode Island Gulls of the United States Association, Bissonnette has three daughters - Jocelyn a recent Basketball League. graduate of New Hampshire, Lindsy and Kara - and resides in Wakefield. Bissonnette is an active member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association and the Rhode Island Athletic Trainers Association. He has served on many national, regional and state committees and was instrumental in the development of the current licensing law that governs the practice of athletic training within the state Rhode Island.

1979-1985 ............................................................. Northeasterrn 1979-1985: Assistant Athletic Trainer

ANDY LLAGUNO

SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC TRAINER 13TH SEASON Andy Llaguno begins his 13th season at his alma mater in 2010, where he presently serves as the Senior Associate/ Head Football Athletic Trainer. He also works with women’s varsity rowing team, while assisting with all other varsity teams. He is a certified Athletic Trainer by the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) and Strength & Conditioning Specialist by the NSCA.

Llaguno is a R.I. State Liaison on the College/University Athletic Training Committee (CUATC), a Past President on the Rhode Island Athletic Trainers' Association and a Rhode Island State Liaison on the Ethnic Diversity Advisory Committee. He is also on the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association (EATA) conference committee and has given a myriad of presentations on all levels national, district, state, and community over the past 15 years.

Llaguno has published five articles in the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) News Journal on varying topics of diversity. This year, he received the Professional Development Scholarship Award from the RIATA/District One and the URI Multicultural Award in Diversity/Excellence in Leadership. Last year, Llaguno Llaguno returned to URI in 1998 as an assistant trainer was named Athletic Trainer of the Year - Division One from NATA's before being promoted to associate trainer in 2000 and College/University Athletic Training Committee. senior associate athletic trainer one year later. A native of Fair Lawn, N.J., Llaguno resides in Charleston, R.I. Before returning to URI, Llaguno spent the 1997-98 with his wife, Jenni, and their two sons - Andres and Mateo. The season as an assistant football trainer at Penn State and family also has a dog, Rhody. also worked with the football programs at West Virginia (1995-97) and Boston College (1994-95). After earning his B.S. in Physical Education & Exercise Science from URI in 1992, Llaguno picked up his Masters in Education from Old Dominion University in 1994. While at ODU, he worked with the baseball, men's basketball, field hockey, and men's soccer programs. Over the offseason, Llaguno was honored by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) for his years of service at the 61st Annual Meeting an Trade Show June 23-25 in Philadelphia, Pa.

THE LLAGUNO FILE Born: Feb. 14, 1970 Hometown: Fairlawn, N.J. Alma Mater: Rhode Island ‘92 History: 1998-present...........................................................Rhode Island 2001-present: Sr. Assoc./Head Football Ath. Trainer 2000-01: Associate Athletic Trainer 1998-00: Assistant Athletic Trainer 1997-1998 .................................................................. Penn State 1997-98: Assistant Football Athletic Trainer 1995-1997 ............................................................... West Virgiria 1995-97: Assistant Football Athletic Trainer 1994-1995 ............................................................ Boston College 1994-95: Assistant Football Athletic Trainer

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OPPONENT INFORMATION GAME 1 | SEPTEMBER 2 | BUFFALO, N.Y. | 7:00 P.M.

GAME 2 | SEPTEMBER 11 | BRONX, N.Y. | 6 P.M.

BUFFALO

FORDHAM TOP RETURNEES

PASSING Jerry Davis

Head Coach Jeff Quinn

Senior RB Ike Nduka QUICK FACTS Location Nickname President Athletic Director Conference Stadium Capacity Football Office Head Coach Alma Mater (Year) Overall Record Years Record at Buffalo Years

Buffalo, N.Y. Bulls John B. Simpson Warde Manuel Mid -American Conference UB Stadium 29,013 716-645-3177 Jeff Quinn Elmhurst (1984) 0-0 First Year 0-0 First Year

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Jeff Quinn Off. Coord/quarterbacks Greg Forest Def. Coord/Linebackers William Inge Assoc. Head Coach/Cornerbacks Ernest Jones Wide Receivers/Passing Game Coord Juan Taylor Off. Line/Run Game Coord Adam Shorter Running Back Mike Daniels Asst. Head Coach/Def. Line Jappy Oliver Tight Ends/Co-Special Teams Coord Marty Spieler Safeties/Co-Special Teams Coord Mike Dietzel Head Strength Coach Zach Duval Grad Assistants Charley Molnar & Chris Smith

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record Record at URI Record at Buffalo First Meeting

Buffalo leads, 3-0 Buffalo leads, 1-0 Buffalo leads, 2-0 Nov. 12, 1949 URI 7 - Buffalo 39 (Kingston, R.I.) Last Meeting Nov. 7, 1959 URI 6 - Buffalo 41 (Buffalo, N.Y.) Last URI Win --Last Buffalo Win Nov. 7, 1959 URI 6 - Buffalo 41 (Buffalo, N.Y.) Longest URI Win Streak --Longest Buffalo Win Streak Three (1949, 1950, 1959) URI’s Largest Margin of Victory 35 -Buffalo’s Largest Margin of Victory 35 URI 6 - Buffalo 41 (Buffalo, N.Y.)

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CMP 8

INT 0

YDS 145

TD 1

RUSHING Ike Nduka Brandon Thermilus

ATT 96 124

YDS 598 560

AVG 6.2 4.5

TD 6 4

RECEIVING Terrell Jackson Brandon Thermilus

NO 25 9

YDS 250 99

AVG 10.0 11.0

TD 0 2

AT 47 30

TT 97 79

TACKLES Davonte Shannon Justin Winters

ATT 15

TOP RETURNEES

UT 50 49

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference Lettermen R/L Offensive Starters R/L Defensive Starters R/L

5-6 2-4 3-3 3-5 51/17 5/6 8/3

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA

2009 RESULTS (5-7) 9/5 at UTEP 9/12 Pittsburgh 9/19 at UCF 9/26 at Temple 10/3 Central Michigan 10/10 Gardner-Webb 10/17 Akron 10/24 at Western Michigan 11/3 Bowling Green 11/10 Ohio 11/18 at Miami 11/27 at Kent State

W, 23-17 L, 54-27 L, 23-17 L, 37-13 L, 20-13 W, 40-3 W, 21-17 L, 34-31 L, 30-29 L, 27-24 W 42-17 W 9-6

MEDIA RELATIONS

Email:

Jon Fuller jfuller3@buffalo.edu

Office Phone:

(716) 645-6762

Fax:

(716) 645-6840

Press Box Phone:

(716) 912-0631

Website:

ubathletics.com

ATT 132 129

YDS 681 666

AVG 5.2 5.2

TD 5 6

RECEIVING Stephen Skelton David Moore

NO 63 51

YDS 634 670

AVG 10.1 13.1

TD 6 7

AT 36 15

TT 80 58

TACKLES Nick Magiera Abdul El-Ouddus

SACKS INT 0.0 2 4.5 4.5

2010 SCHEDULE 9/2 Rhode Island 9/11 at Baylor 9/18 UCF 9/25 at Connecticut 10/2 at Bowling Green 10/16 at Northern Illinois 10/23 Temple 10/30 Miami (Ohio) 11/4 at Ohio 11/12 Ball State 11/20 Eastern Michigan 11/26 at Akron

Contact

Head Coach Tom Masella

RUSHING Darryl Whiting Xavier Martin

UT 44 43

SACKS INT 2.0 0 0.0 3

Senior WR Jason Caldwell QUICK FACTS Location Nickname President Athletic Director Conference Stadium Capacity Football Office Head Coach Alma Mater (Year) Overall Record Years Record at Fordham (Years) Years

Bronx, N.Y. Rams Fr. Joseph M. McShane, S.J. Frank McLaughlin Patriot League Jack Coffey Field 7,000 (718) 817-4280 Tom Masella Wagner (1981) 38-50 Eight Years 21-24 Four Years

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Tom Masella Asst. Head Coach/Off. Line Patrick Moore Asst. Coach/Off Coord/Quarterbacks Bryan Volk Asst. Coach/Wide Receivers Custavious Patterson Asst. Coach/Def. Coord/Line Backers Matt Dawson Asst. Coach/Def. Backs Tim Cary Asst. Coach/Def. Line Greg Crum Asst. Coach/Running Backs Turner Pugh Asst. Coach/Def. Backs Nate Slutzky Asst. Coach/Tight Ends Mike Breznicky Student Asst. Coach Michael Lombardi SERIES INFORMATION Series Record Record at URI Record at Fordham First Meeting

Fordham leads, 5-4 Series tied, 2-2 Fordham leads, 3-2 Oct. 19, 1912 URI 6, Fordham 0 (Bronx, N.Y.) Last Meeting Sept. 5, 2009 URI 41- Fordham 28 (Kingston, R.I.) Last URI Win Sept. 5, 2009 URI 41- Fordham 28 (Kingston, R.I.) Last Fordham Win Sept 6, 2008 URI 0, Fordham 16 (Bronx, N.Y.) Longest URI Win Streak Two (2004-05) Longest Fordham Win Streak Three (1914-15, 2003) URI’s Largest Margin of Victory 14 URI 34, Fordham 20 (Sept. 3, 2005) Fordham’s Largest Margin of Victory 35 Fordham 63, URI 28 (Sept. 6, 2003)

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TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference Lettermen R/L Offensive Starters R/L Defensive Starters R/L 2010 SCHEDULE 9/4 at Bryant 9/11 Rhode Island 9/18 at Columbia 9/25 Assumption 10/2 at Holy Cross 10/9 at Lehigh 10/16 at Yale 10/23 Lafayette 10/30 Georgetown 11/6 at Bucknell 11/20 Colgate 2009 RESULTS (5-6) 9/5 at Rhode Island 9/19 Columbia 9/26 at Colgate 10/3 Old Dominion 10/10 Bryant 10/17 at Cornell 10/24 at Lafayette 10/31 Holy Cross 11/7 Bucknell 11/14 Lehigh 11/21 at Georgetown

5-6 3-3 2-3 2-4 64/20 7/4 7/4

3 p.m. 6 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

L, 41-28 L, 40-28 L, 20-12 W, 34-29 W, 35-7 W, 39-27 L, 26-21 L, 41-27 W, 21-7 L, 35-28 W, 41-14

MEDIA RELATIONS Contact Email:

Joe DiBari dibari@fordham.edu

Office Phone:

(718) 817-4240

Fax:

(718) 817-4244

Press Box Phone:

(718) 817-4241

Website:

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OPPONENT INFORMATION GAME 3 | SEPTEMBER 18 | KINGSTON, R.I. | NOON

GAME 4 | OCTOBER 2 | KINGSTON, R.I. | 1 P.M.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

BROWN

TOP RETURNEES PASSING R.J. Toman

Head Coach Sean McDonnell

Senior QB R.J. Toman QUICK FACTS Location Nickname President Athletic Director Conference Stadium Capacity Head Coach Alma Mater (Year) Overall record Years Record at New Hampshire Years Football Office COACHING STAFF Head Coach Def. Coord./Secondary Quarterbacks Offensive Line Wide Receivers Defensive Ends Running Backs Tight Ends Outside LBs Inside LBs Defensive Tackles SERIES INFORMATION Series Record Last 10 Meetings Record at URI Record at New Hampshire First Meeting

Durham, N.H. Wildcats Dr. Mark Huddleston Marty Scarano CAA Football Cowell Stadium (6,500) 6,500 Sean McDonnell New Hampshire (1978) 80-53 11 Years Same Same (603) 862-1852

Sean McDonnell Sean McGowan Tim Cramsey Joe Conlin Derek Sage Jon Shelton Ryan Carty Brian Barbato Mike Ferzoco Matt Dawson Jake Zweig

UNH leads 51-28-5 UNH leads 8-2 UNH leads 22-20-2 UNH leads 29-8-3 Sept 23, 1905 UNH 6, URI 0 (Durham, N.H.) Last Meeting Nov. 7, 2009 UNH 55, URI 42 (Durham, N.H.) Last URI Win Sept 20, 2003 URI 55, UNH 40 Last New Hampshire Win Nov. 7, 2009 UNH 55, URI 42 (Durham, N.H.) Longest URI Win Streak Four (1964-67) Longest New Hampshire Win Streak Seven (1928-1946) URI’s Largest Margin of Victory 27 URI 27, UNH 0 (Oct. 6, 1951) New Hampshire’s Largeest Margin of Victory 52 UNH 59, URI 7 (Oct. 31, 1970)

CMP 174

INT 11

YDS 2181

TD 15

RUSHING Chad Kackert Sean Jellison

ATT 168 97

YDS 879 455

AVG 4.6 4.4

TD 10 7

RECEIVING Kevon Mason Sean Jellison

NO 21 19

YDS 261 169

AVG 12.4 8.9

TD 1 1

AT 54 25

TT 98 77

TACKLES Devon Jackson Hugo Souza

ATT 320

TOP RETURNEES

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TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference Lettermen R/L Offensive Starters R/L Defensive Starters R/L

10-3 6-0 4-3 6-2 45/14 6/5 8/6 Noon 1 p.m. Noon Noon 6 p.m. Noon 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon Noon Noon

2009 RESULTS (10-3) 9/5 St. Francis 9/12 at Ball State 9/26 Dartmouth 10/3 at Towson 10/10 Villanova 10/17 at Massachusetts 10/24 at Hofstra 10/31 Northeastern 11/7 Rhode Island 11/14 at William & Mary 11/21 Maine 11/28 at McNee State (NCAA Playoffs) 12/5 at Villanova (NCAA Playoffs)

W, 24-14 W, 23-16 W, 44-14 W, 57-7 W, 28-24 L, 23-17 W, 18-10 W, 48-21 W, 55-42 L, 20-17 W, 27-24 W, 49-13 L, 46-7

MEDIA RELATIONS Mike Murphy

E-Mail

mike.murphy@unh.edu

Office

(603) 862-3906

Fax

(603) 862-2829

Press Box Phone

(603) 862-2585

Web Site

Head Coach Phil Estes

SACKS INT 3.0 0 0.0 3

2010 SCHEDULE 9/4 Central Connecticut 9/11 at Pittsburgh 9/18 at Rhode Island 9/25 Lehigh 10/2 at Maine 10/9 Richmond 10/16 at James Madison 10/23 Massachusetts 11/6 William and Mary 11/13 at Villanova 11/20 Towson

Contact

PASSING Kyle Newhall

UNHWildcats.com

Senior QB Kyle Newhall-Caballero QUICK FACTS Location Nickname President Athletic Director Conference Stadium Capacity Head Coach Alma Mater (Year) Overall record (Years) Years Record at Brown Years Football Office COACHING STAFF Head Coach Asst. Head Coach/Def. Sec. Outside LBs/Video Coord. Def. Coord./LBs Recruiting Coord./Wide Receivers Tight Ends Defensive Line Running Backs Quarterbacks

Providence, R.I. Bears Ruth Simmons Michael Goldberger Ivy League Brown Stadium 20,000 Phil Estes New Hampshire (1981) 72-47 12 Years Same Same (401) 683-2424

CMP 259

INT 14

YDS 2709

TD 18

RUSHING Zachary Tronti Spiro Theodhosi

ATT 133 82

YDS 564 423

AVG 4.2 5.2

TD 4 2

RECEIVING Matthew Sudfeld Zachary Tronti

NO 29 17

YDS 205 167

AVG 13.7 4.2

TD 8 4

AT 21 11

TT 57 32

TACKLES AJ Cruz Andrew Serrano

ATT 413

UT 36 21

SACKS INT 0.0 3 1.0 0

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference 2010 SCHEDULE 9/18 Stony Brook 9/25 Harvard 10/2 at Rhode Island 10/9 at Holy Cross 10/16 at Princeton 10/23 Cornell 10/30 at Penn 11/6 Yale 11/13 at Dartmouth 11/20 Columbia

6-4 4-1 2-3 4-3

12:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA TBA 12:30 p.m. TBA 12:30 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 12:30 p.m.

Phil Estes Abbott Burrell Paul Frisone Michael Kelleher Kyle Archer Joseph Leslie Neil McGrath Christopher Nappi Liam Coen

2009 RESULTS (7-3) 9/19 at Stony Brook L, 21-20 9/25 at Harvard L, 24-21 10/3 Rhode Island W, 28-20 10/10 Holy Cross W, 34-31 10/17 Princeton W, 34-17 10/24 at Cornell W, 34-14 10/31 Penn L, 14-7 11/7 at Yale W, 35-21 11/14 Dartmouth W, 14-7 SERIES INFORMATION at Columbia L, 28-14 Series Record Brown leads, 67-25-2 11/21 Last 10 Meetings Rhode Island leads, 6-4 Record at URI Rhode Island leads, 7-5 Record at Brown Brown leads, 62-18-2 First Meeting Sept. 29, 1909 Brown 6, URI 0 (Providence R.I.) Last Meeting Oct. 2, 2009 Brown 28, URI 20 (Providence, R.I.) Last URI Win Oct 4, 2008 URI 37, Brown 13 (Kingston, R.I.) MEDIA RELATIONS Last Brown Win Oct. 2, 2009 Brown 28, URI 20 (Providence, R.I.) Contact Chris Humm Longest URI Win Streak Five christopher_humm@brown.edu Email: (1988-93) Longest Brown Win Streak 23 Office Phone: (401) 863-1095 (1909-1934) Fax: (401) 863-1436 URI’s Largest Margin of Victory 28 URI 44, Brown 16 (Oct 3, 1998) Brown’s Largest Margin of Victory 49 Brown 55, URI 6 (Oct. 11, 1947)

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OPPONENT INFORMATION GAME 5 | OCTOBER 9 | WILLIAMSBURG, VA. | 7 P.M.

GAME 6 | OCTOBER 16 | NEWARK, DEL. | 3:30 P.M.

WILLIAM AND MARY

DELAWARE

TOP RETURNEES

Head Coach Jimmye Laycock

TOP RETURNEES

RUSHING Jonathan Grimes Courtland Marriner

ATT 277 93

YDS 1294 458

AVG 4.7 4.9

TD 9 7

RECEIVING Jonathan Grimes Chase Hill

NO 46 34

YDS 289 469

AVG 6.3 13.8

TD 1 4

AT 41 30

TT 90 89

TACKLES Jake Trantin Evan Francks

UT 49 59

PASSING Pat Devlin

Head Coach K.C. Keeler

SACKS INT 2.5 3 2.5 0

Junior RB Jonathan Grimes QUICK FACTS Location Nickname President Athletic Director Conference Stadium Capacity Head Coach Alma Mater (Year) Overall record Years Record at William & Mary Years Football Office COACHING STAFF Head Coach Off. Coord./Wide Receivers Asst. Head Coach/Off. Line Def. Coord./Secondary Rec. Coord./Def. Line Linebackers Running Backs Cornerbacks TEs/Offensive Asst. Linebackers/Def. Asst.

Willamsburg, Pa.. Tribe Gene R. Nichol Terry Driscoll CAA Football Walter J. Zable Stadium at Carvey Field 12,259 Jimmye Laycock William & Mary (1970) 200-141-2 30 Years Same Same (757) 221-3337

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference Lettermen R/L Offensive Starters R/L Defensive Starters R/L

11-3 6-0 5-3 6-2 30/17 6/5 6/5

2010 SCHEDULE 9/4 at Massachusetts 9/11 Virginia Military Institute 9/18 at Old Dominion 9/25 at Maine 10/2 Villanova 10/9 Rhode Island 10/23 Delaware 10/30 at North Carolina Jimmye Laycock 11/6 at New Hampshire Zbig Kepa 11/13 at James Madison Bob Solderitch 11/20 Richmond Bob Shoop Trevor Andrews 2009 RESULTS (11-3) Scott Boone 9/5 at Virginia Dave Corley, Jr. 9/12 CCSU Trey Henderson 9/19 a Norfolk State Brendan Nugent 9/26 Delaware John Bowes 10/3 at Villanova

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record William & Mary leads, 11-2 Last 10 Meetings William & Mary leads, 8-2 Record at URI William & Mary leads, 6-2 Record at W&M William & Mary leads, 5-0 First Meeting Sept. 3, 1994 William & Mary 28, URI 17 (Kingston, R.I.) Last Meeting Oct. 31, 2009 William & Mary 39, Rhode Island 14 (Kingston, R.I.) Last URI Win Sept. 17, 2005 URI 48, William & Mary 29 (Kingston, R.I) Last William & Mary Win Oct. 31, 2009 William & Mary 39, Rhode Island 14 (Kingston, R.I.) Longest URI Win Streak One (2001,2005) Longest William & Mary Win Streak Six (1994-2000) URI’s Largest Margin of Victory 19 URI 48, William & Mary 29 (Kingston, R.I.) William and Mary’s Largest Margin of Victory 38 W&M 44, URI 6 (Nov. 6, 2000)

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10/10 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28 12/5 12/11

3:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m. Noon TBA Noon TBA 3:30 p.m.

W, 26-14 W, 33-14 W, 27-15 W, 30-20 L, 28-17 at Northeastern W, 34-14 James Madison W, 24-3 at Rhode Island W, 39-14 Towson W, 31-0 New Hampshire W, 20-17 at Richmond L, 13-10 Weber State (NCAA Playoffs) W, 38-0 at Southern Illinois (NCAA Playoffs) W 24-3 at Villanova (NCAA Playoffs) L 14-13

MEDIA RELATIONS Contact

Pete Clawson

E-Mail

pmclaw@wm.edu

Office

(757) 221-3369

Fax

(757) 221-3412

Press Box Phone

(757) 221-3414

Web Site

TribeAthletics.com

QUICK FACTS Location Newark, Del. Nickname Blue Hens President Dr. Patrick E. Harker Athletic Director Bernard Muir Conference CAA Football Stadium Tubby Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium Capacity 22,000 Head Coach K.C. Keeler Alma Mater (Year) Delaware (1981) Overall record 150-60-1 Years 16 Years Record at Delaware 62-39 Years Eight Years COACHING STAFF Head Coach K.C. Keeler Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Jim Hofher Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Nick Rapone Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Damian Wroblewski Pass Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers Brian Ginn Tight Ends Gregg Perry Running Backs TBA Defensive Line Phil Petitte Linebackers Brad Sherrod Cornerbacks Lyle Hemphill Defensive Back Assistant Lyle Hemphill Defensive Line Assistant Frank Law Graduate Assistants Drew Nystrom and Stephen Thomas

CMP 220

INT 9

YDS 2664

TD 16

RUSHING David Hayes Leon Jackson

ATT 101 99

YDS 409 316

AVG 4.0 3.2

TD 2 6

RECEIVING Mark Mackey Tommy Crosby

NO 33 25

YDS 374 299

AVG 11.3 12.0

TD 1 2

AT 28 24

TT 67 60

TACKLES Benard Makumbi Paul Worrilow

ATT 344

UT 39 36

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference Lettermen R/L Offensive Starters R/L Defensive Starters R/L 2010 SCHEDULE 9/2 West Chester 9/11 South Dakota State 9/18 Duquesne 9/25 at Richmond 10/2 at James Madison 10/9 Maine 10/16 Rhode Island 10/23 at William and Mary 11/6 Towson 11/13 at Massachusetts 11/20 Villanova

SACKS INT 0.0 0 0.0 0

6-5 4-2 2-3 4-4 40/14 8/3 8/3

7 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 1 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 3:30 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon

2009 RESULTS (6-5) 9/4 West Chester W, 35-0 9/12 Richmond L, 16-15 9/19 Delaware State W, 27-17 9/26 at William & Mary L, 30-20 10/3 at Maine W, 27-17 10/10 Massachusetts W, 43-27 10/17 at Towson W, 49-21 SERIES INFORMATION 10/31 James Madison W, 20-8 Series Record Delaware leads, 18-7 11/7 Hofstra W, 28-24 Last 10 Meetings Delaware leads, 8-2 11/14 at Navy L, 35-18 Record at URI Delaware leads, 7-4 11/21 at Villanova L, 30-12 Record at Delaware Delaware leads, 11-3 First Meeting Oct. 21, 1922 URI 7, Delaware 0 Last Meeting Sept. 15, 2007 Delaware 38, URI 9 (Newark, Del.) Last URI Win Oct. 10, 2002 MEDIA RELATIONS URI 17, Delaware 14 - 2OT (Kingston, R.I.) Last Delaware Win Sept. 15, 2007 Contact Scott Selheimer Delaware 38, URI 9 (Newark, Del.) E-Mail selheime@udel.edu Longest URI Win Streak Two (3) (1922-67; 1987-88; 2001-02) Office (302) 831-8007 Longest Delaware Win Streak 10 (1994-2000) Fax XXX URI’s Largest Margin of Victory 13 Press Box Phone XXX URI 26, Delaware 13 (Sept. 12, 1987) Delaware’s Largest Margin of Victory 45 Web Site BlueHens.com Delaware 55, URI 10 (Oct. 18, 2003)

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OPPONENT INFORMATION GAME 7 | OCTOBER 23 | KINGSTON, R.I. | 12:30 P.M.

GAME 8 | OCTOBER 30 | TOWSON, MD. | 3:30 P.M.

MAINE

TOWSON TOP RETURNEES

TOP RETURNEES PASSING Warren Smith

Head Coach Jack Cosgrove

Junior LB Donte Dennis QUICK FACTS Location Nickname President Athletic Director Conference Stadium Capacity Head Coach Alma Mater Overall record Years Record at Maine Years Football Office

Orono, Maine Black Bears Dr. Robert Kennedy Blake James CAA Football Morse Field at Alfond Stadium 10,000 Jack Cosgrove Maine (1978) 93-101 17 Years Same Same (207) 581-1062

CMP 159

INT 13

YDS 1695

TD 12

RUSHING Derek Session Warren Smith

ATT 119 74

YDS 479 205

AVG 4.0 2.8

TD 3 2

RECEIVING Tyrell Jones Derek Session

NO 48 23

YDS 547 176

AVG 11.4 7.7

TD 6 0

AT 55 35

TT SACKS INT 106 1.0 4 66 0.0 0

TACKLES Donte Dennis Vinson Givans

ATT 260

UT 51 31

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference Lettermen R/L Offensive Starters R/L Defensive Starters R/L

2010 SCHEDULE 9/2 Albany 9/11 at Monmouth 9/18 at Syracuse 9/25 William and Mary 10/2 New Hampshire 10/9 at Delaware 10/16 Villanova COACHING STAFF at Rhode Island Head Coach Jack Cosgrove 10/23 at Massachusetts Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Kevin Bourgoin 11/6 at Towson Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Joe Rossi 11/13 James Madison Run Game Coordinator/Off. Line/Tight Ends Frank Giufre 11/20 Defensive Backs Steve Vashel Recruiting Coordinator/Defensive Line Dwayne Wilmot 2009 RESULTS (5-6) St. Cloud State Special Teams Coordinator/Wide Receivers Kevin Cahill 9/3 9/12 at Northeastern Offensive Asstistant/Running Backs Dennis Dottin-Carter at Albany Defensive Assistant/Defensive Backs Steve Boyle 9/19 at Syracuse Defensive Assistant/Defensive Line Lamin Sisay 9/26 10/3 Delaware 10/10 at Hofstra SERIES INFORMATION Richmond Series Record Maine leads, 51-34-3 10/17 Massachusetts Last 10 Meetings Maine leads, 9-1 10/31 at James Madison Record at URI URI leads, 16-15-1 11/7 11/14 Rhode Island Record at Maine Maine leads, 36-18-2 at New Hampshire First Meeting Sept. 30, 1911 11/21 URI 3, Maine 0 (Orono,Maine) Nov. 14, 2009 Maine 41, URI 17 (Orono, Maine) Last URI Win Oct. 28, 2006 URI 3, Maine 0 (Kingston, R.I.) Last Maine Win Nov. 14, 2009 Maine 41, URI 17 (Orono, Maine) Longest URI Win Streak Five (1981-85) Longest Maine Win Streak Eight (1921-1930) URI Largest Margin of Victory 47 URI 47, Maine 0 (Oct. 7, 1978) Maine’s Largest Margin of Victory 44 Maine 44, URI 0 (Oct. 11, 1913)

5-6 3-2 2-4 4-4 42/9 9/3 6/3

7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon 12:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 2 p.m. Noon

W, 34-27 (OT) W, 17-7 L, 20-16 L, 41-24 L, 27-17 W, 16-14 L, 38-21 W, 19-9 L, 22-14 W, 41-17 L, 27-24

Last Meeting

MEDIA RELATIONS Contact Email:

Andrew Mahoney Andrew.Mahoney@umit.maine.

eduOffice Phone:

(207) 581-3596

Fax:

(207) 581-3297

Press Box Phone:

(207)581-1049

Website:

GoBlackBears.com

PASSING Peter Athens

Head Coach Rob Ambrose

Senior DT Yaky Ibia QUICK FACTS Location Towson, Md. Nickname Tigers President Dr. Robert Caret Athletic Director Mike Hermann Conference CAA Football Stadium Minnegan Field at Johnny Unitas Stadium Capacity 11,198 Football Office (410) 704-3155 Head Coach Rob Ambrose Alma Mater (Year) Towson (1993) Overall Record 5-16 Years Two Years Record at Towson (Years) 2-9 Years One Year COACHING STAFF Head Coach Rob Ambrose Defensive Coordinator Matt Hachmann Tight Ends Jared Ambrose Quarterbacks John Kaleo Running Backs/Special Teams Assistant James Vollono Wide Receivers Guilian Gary Secondary/Special Teams Brian Fleury Cornerbacks Derrick Johnson Defensive Line Canute Curtis Defensive Line Assistant Konstantinos Kosmakos SERIES INFORMATION Series Record Last 10 Meetings Record at URI Record at Towson First Meeting

Series tied, 5-5 Series tied, 5-5 Towson leads, 2-3 Rhode Island leads, 3-2 Sept. 13, 1986 Towson 35, URI 14 (Towson, Md.) Last Meeting Oct. 10, 2009 Towson 36, URI 28 (Kingston, R.I.) Last URI Win Oct. 9, 2004 URI 28, Towson 16 (Kingston, R.I.) Last Towson Win Oct. 10, 2009 Towson 36, URI 28 (Kingston, R.I.) Longest URI Win Streak Five (1989-2004) Longest Towson Win Streak Two (1986-87) URI Largest Margin of Victory 20 URI 45, Towson 25 (Sept. 28, 1991) Towson’s Largest Margin of Victory 19 Towson 35, URI 14 (Sept. 13, 1986)

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CMP 59

INT 12

YDS 691

INT 6

RUSHING Tremayne Dameron Dominique Booker

ATT 177 55

YDS 588 218

AVG 3.3 4.0

TD 8 1

RECEIVING Hakeem Moore Tremayne Dameron

NO 28 19

YDS 286 105

AVG 10.2 5.5

TD 1 0

AT 65 31

TT SACKS INT 105 0.0 0 66 0.0 1

TACKLES Danzel White Danny Collins

ATT 112

UT 40 35

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference Lettermen R/L Offensive Starters R/L Defensive Starters R/L

2-9 1-4 1-5 1-7 51/16 7/4 9/2

2010 SCHEDULE 9/2 at Indiana 9/11 Coastal Carolina 9/18 at Villanova 9/25 at Columbia 10/2 Massachusetts 10/9 James Madison 10/23 at Richmond 10/30 Rhode Island 11/6 at Delaware 11/13 Maine 11/20 at New Hampshire

7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 2 p.m. Noon

2009 RESULTS (2-9) 9/5 at Northwestern 9/19 Coastal Carolina 9/26 at Morgan State 10/3 New Hampshire 10/10 at Rhode Island 10/17 Delaware 10/24 at Northeastern 10/31 Richmond 11/7 at William & Mary 11/14 Villanova 11/21 at James Madison

L, 47-14 W, 21-17 L, 12-9 L, 57-7 W, 36-28 L, 49-21 L, 27-7 L, 42-14 L, 31-0 L, 49-7 L, 43-12

MEDIA RELATIONS Contact Email:

Dan O’Connell doconnell@towson.edu

Office Phone:

(410) 704-3102

Fax:

(410) 704-3861

Press Box Phone:

(410) 704-3102

Website:

TowsonTigers.com

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OPPONENT INFORMATION GAME 9 | NOVEMBER 6 | KINGSTON, R.I. | 1 P.M.

GAME 10 | NOVEMBER 13 | RICHMOND, VA. | 2 P.M.

VILLANOVA

RICHMOND TOP RETURNEES

PASSING Chris Whitney

Head Coach Andy Talley

QUICK FACTS Location Nickname President Athletic Director Conference Stadium Capacity Capacity Head Coach Alma Mater (Year) Overall record Years Record at Villanova Years Football Office

Villanova, Pa. Wildcats Rev. Peter M. Donohoue, O.S.A Vince Nicastro CAA Football Villanova Stadium 12,000 Andy Talley Southern Connecticut (1967) 207-120-2 30 Years 179-102-1 25 Years (610) 519-4105

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Recruiting Coordinator/Wide Receivers Defensive Line Running Backs/Tight Ends Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers Cornerbacks/Coordinator of Football Rec. Offensive Assistant Defensive Assistant

CMP 159

INT 5

YDS 1936

TD 18

RUSHING Chris Whitney Matt Szczur

ATT 203 108

YDS 987 813

AVG 4.9 7.5

TD 6 10

RECEIVING Matt Szczur Norman White

NO 51 17

YDS 610 251

AVG 12.0 14.8

TD 4 2

AT 48 18

TT SACKS INT 116 8.0 0 77 6.0 2

TACKLES Terence Thomas John Dempsey

Senior WR Matt Szczur

Andy Talley Sam Venuto Mark Reardon Brian Flinn Billy Crocker Darrius Smith Clint Wiley David Riede Nick Kray Bill McCarthy

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record Villanova leads, 14-2 Last 10 Meetings Villanova leads, 9-1 Record at URI Villanova leads, 6-1 Record at Villanova Villanova leads, 8-1 First Meeting Oct. 1, 1988 Villanova 20, URI 14 (Villanova, Pa.) Last Meeting Oct. 24, 2009 Villanova 36, URI 7 (Villanova, Pa.) Last URI Win Oct. 22, 2005 URI 48, Villanova 30 (Villanova, Pa.) Last Villanova Win Oct. 24, 2009 Villanova 36, URI 7 (Villanova, Pa.) Longest URI Win Streak One (1995,2005) Longest Villanova Win Streak Six (1988-93, 1996-2004) URI’s Largest Margin of Victory 18 URI 48, Villanova 30 (Oct. 22, 2005) Villanova’s Largest Margin of Victory 42 Villanova 45, URI 3 (Nov. 16, 2002)

UT 68 59

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference Lettermen R/L Offensive Starters R/L Defensive Starters R/L

14-1 8-0 5-1 7-1 31/10 8/3 7/4

2010 SCHEDULE 9/3 at Temple 9/11 at Lehigh 9/18 Towson 9/25 Penn 10/2 at William & Mary 10/16 at Maine 10/23 James Madison 10/30 Richmond 11/6 at Rhode Island 11/13 New Hampshire 11/20 at Delaware

5 p.m. TBA 3:30 p.m. TBA 3:30 p.m. Noon 3:30 p.m. Noon 1 p.m. Noon Noon

2009 RESULTS (14-1) 8/30 at West Virginia 9/3 at Temple 9/12 Lehigh 9/19 at Penn 9/26 Northeastern 10/3 William & Mary 10/10 at New Hampshire 10/17 at James Madison 10/24 Rhode Island 11/7 at Richmond 11/14 at Towson 11/21 Delaware 11/28 Holy Cross (NCAA Playoffs) 12/5 New Hampshire (NCAA Playoffs) 12/11 William & Mary (NCAA Playoffs) 1218 Montana (NCAA Playoffs)

L, 48-21 W, 27-24 W, 38-17 W, 14-3 W, 56-7 W, 28-17 L, 28-24 W, 27-0 W, 36-7 W, 21-20 W, 49-7 W, 30-12 W, 38-28 W, 46-7 W, 14-13 W, 23-21

MEDIA RELATIONS Contact

Dean Kenefick

E-Mail

dean_kenefick@villanova.edu

Office

(610) 519-4120

Fax

(610) 519-7323

Press Box Phone

(610) 519-5290

Web Site

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ATT 247

TOP RETURNEES

Villanova.com

Head Coach Latrell Scott

RUSHING Garrett Wilkins Tyler Kirchoff

ATT 61 45

YDS 282 199

AVG 4.6 4.2

TD 2 4

RECEIVING Tre Gray Kevin Grayson

NO 51 48

YDS 713 545

AVG 14.0 11.4

TD 2 4

AT 45 57

TT 94 93

TACKLES Patrick Weldon Eric McBride

UT 49 36

SACKS INT 1.0 2 1.0 0

Senior DL Martin Parker QUICK FACTS Location Nickname President Athletic Director Conference Stadium Capacity Capacity Head Coach Alma Mater (Year) Overall record Years Record at Richmond Years Football Office

Richmond, Va. Spiders Dr. Edward L. Ayers Jim Miller CAA Football E. Claiborne Robins Stadium 8,700 Latrell Scott Hampton (1999) 0-0 First Year 0-0 First Year (610) 519-4105

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Latrell Scott Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Bob Trott Wide Receivers Tripp Billingsley Tight Ends Devin Fitzsimmons Cornerbacks/Special Team Coordinator Dave Legg Defensive Line Kevin Lewis Offensive Line Bill Polin Linebackers/Recruiting Coordinator Byron Thweatt Running Backs Stacy Tutt Defensive Line Chad Wilt Graduate Assistants Derek Burrell and William Childrey SERIES INFORMATION Series Record Richmond leads, 5-12 Last 10 Meetings Richmond leads, 9-1 Record at URI Richmond leads, 3-6 Record at Villanova Richmond leads, 2-6 First Meeting Dec. 1, 1984 URI 23, Richmond 17 (Kingston, R.I.) Last Meeting Oct. 20, 2007 Richmond 38, URI 6 (Richmond, Va.) Last URI Win Oct 22, 2005 URI 48, Villanova 30 (Villanova, Pa.) Last Richmond Win Oct. 20, 2007 Richmond 38, URI 6 (Richmond, Va.) Longest URI Win Streak Three (1988-90) Longest Richmond Win Streak Eight (1991-2002) URI’s Largest Margin of Victory 37 URI 37, Richmond 0 (Sept. 15, 1990) Richmond’s Largest Margin of Victory 32 (2) Richmond 46, URI 14 (Sept. 26, 1992) Richmond 38, URI 6

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TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference Lettermen R/L Offensive Starters R/L Defensive Starters R/L

14-1 5-2 6-0 7-1 45/27 3/8 4/7

2010 SCHEDULE 9/4 at Virginia 9/18 Elon 9/25 Delaware 10/2 Coastal Carolina 10/9 at New Hampshire 10/16 at Massachusetts 10/23 Towson 10/30 at Villanova 11/6 James Madison 11/13 Rhode Island 11/20 at William and Mary

6 p.m. 1 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 3:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

2009 RESULTS (10-3) 9/5 at Duke 9/12 at Delaware 9/19 Hofstra 9/26 VMI 10/10 at James Madison 10/17 at Maine 10/24 Massachusetts 10/31 at Towson 11/7 Villanova 11/14 at Georgetown 11/21 William & Mary 11/28 Elon (NCAA Playoffs) 12/5 Appalachian State (NCAA Playoffs)

W, 24-16 W, 16-15 W, 47-0 W, 38-28 W, 21-17 W, 38-21 W, 34-12 W, 42-14 L, 21-20 W, 49-10 W, 13-10 W, 16-13 L, 35-31

MEDIA RELATIONS Contact

Mike DeGeorge

E-Mail

mdegeorg@richmond.edu

Office

(804) 287-6313

Fax

XXX

Press Box Phone

XXX

Web Site

RichmondSpiders.com


OPPONENT INFORMATION GAME 11 | NOVEMBER 20 | KINGSTON, R.I. | 12:30 P.M.

ALL-TIME vs. RANKED OPPONENTS

MASSACHUSETTS TOP RETURNEES PASSING Kyle Havens

Head Coach Kevin Morris

Senior RB John Griffin QUICK FACTS Location Amherst, Mass. Nickname Minutemen Chancellor Dr. Robert C. Holub Athletic Director John McCutcheon Conference CAA Football Stadium Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium Capacity 17,000 Football Office (413) 545-2000 Head Coach Kevin Morris Alma Mater (Year) Williams College (1986) Overall Record 29-38 Years Seven Years Record at Massachusetts (Years) 5-6 Years One Year COACHING STAFF Head Coach Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Special Teams/Defensive Line Wide Receivers Recruiting Coordinator/Running Backs Assistant Defensive Backs Tight Ends Linebackers Assistant Assistant Offensive Line SERIES INFORMATION Series Record Last 10 Meetings Record at URI Record at UMass First Meeting

Kevin Morris Keith Dudzinski Brian Picucci Steve Tirell Brian Crist Guido Falbo Dyran Peake Mike Wood Damian Mincey Tyler Moody

UMass leads, 47-35-2 UMass leads, 8-2 UMass leads, 22-17 UMass leads, 25-18-2 Oct. 14, 1903 UMass 46, URI 0 (Amherst, Mass.) Last Meeting Sept. 19, 2009 UMass 30, URI 10 (Amherst, Mass.) Last URI Win Nov. 3, 2007 URI 12, UMass 6, (OT) (Kingston, R.I.) Last UMass Win Sept. 19, 2009 UMass 30, URI 10 (Amherst, Mass.) Longest URI Win Streak Nine (1937-1948) Longest UMass Win Streak Eight (1960-1967) URI’s Largest Margin of Victory 46 URI 52, UMass 6 (Oct. 16,1954) UMass’ Largest Margin of Victory 57 UMass 57, URI 0 (Oct.19, 1963)

CMP 48

INT YARDS 15 1908

TD 9

RUSHING Anthony Nelson Jonathan Hernandez

ATT 150 121

YDS 741 609

AVG 4.9 4.8

TD 9 8

RECEIVING Julian Talley Emil Igwenagu

NO 28 24

YDS 350 288

AVG 12.5 12.0

TD 1 1

AT 60 42

TT SACKS INT 110 1.0 4 95 0.0 1

TACKLES Tyler Holmes Perry McIntryre

ATT 56

UT 50 22

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record Home Away Conference Lettermen R/L Offensive Starters R/L Defensive Starters R/L

5-6 5-1 0-5 3-5 40/21 4/7 4/7

2010 SCHEDULE 9/4 William and Mary 9/11 Holy Cross 9/18 at Michigan 9/25 at Stony Brook 10/2 at Towson 10/16 Richmond 10/23 at New Hampshire 10/30 at James Madison 11/6 Maine 11/13 Delaware 11/20 at Rhode Island 2009 RESULTS (5-6) 8/30 Albany 9/5 at Kansas State 9/12 Albany 9/19 Rhode Island 9/26 Stony Brooke 10/10 at Delaware 10/17 New Hampshire 10/24 at Richmond 10/31 at Maine 11/7 Northeastern 11/14 James Madison 11/21 at Hofstra

3:30 p.m. 6 p.m. Noon TBA 7 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 12:30 p.m.

W, 28-16 L, 21-17 W, 44-7 W, 30-10 W, 44-17 L, 43-27 W, 23-17 L, 34-12 L, 19-9 W, 37-7 L, 17-14 L, 52-38

Date Sept. 18, 1993 Oct. 23, 1993 Sept. 3, 1994 Oct. 8, 1994 Oct. 29, 1994 Nov. 4, 1994 Sept. 16, 1995 Oct. 7, 1995 Oct. 21, 1995 Nov. 11, 1995 Nov. 18, 1995 Nov. 2, 1996 Nov. 16, 1996 Nov. 1, 1997 Sept. 5, 1998 Oct. 17, 1998 Oct. 24, 1998 Nov. 7, 1998 Sept. 18, 1999 Oct. 30, 1999 Nov. 13, 1999 Sept. 2, 2000 Sept. 23, 2000 Oct. 14, 2000 Nov. 4, 2000 Aug. 30, 2001 Sept. 8, 2001 Oct. 13, 2001 Nov. 2, 2001 Sept. 7, 2002 Sept. 28, 2002 Nov. 9, 2002 Nov. 18, 2002 Sept. 6, 2003 Sept. 13, 2003 Oct. 11, 2002 Oct. 18, 2003 Nov. 22, 2003 Oct. 16, 2004 Oct. 30, 2004 Nov. 6, 2004 Sept. 17, 2005 Sept. 24, 2005 Oct. 15, 2005 Sept. 23, 2006 Oct. 7, 2006 Oct. 14, 2006 Oct. 21, 2006 Oct. 28, 2006 Nov. 11, 2006 Sept. 15, 2007 Sept. 22, 2007 Oct. 13, 2007 Oct. 20, 2007 Oct. 27, 2007 Nov. 3, 2007 Sept. 13, 2008 Oct. 4, 2008 Oct. 18, 2008 Oct. 25, 2008 Nov. 1, 2008 Nov. 15, 2008 Sept. 19, 2009 Oct. 24, 2009 Oct. 31, 2009 Nov. 7, 2009

Rank No. 3 No. 15 No. 21 No. 12 No. 25 No. 23 No. 22 No. 17 No. 15 No. 8 No. 8 No. 16 No. 13 No. 1 No. 14 No. 25 No. 10 No. 12 No. 7 No. 20 No. 25 No. 16 No. 12 No. 8 No. 13 No. 4 No. 4 No. 25 No. 24 No. 20 No. 3 No. 20 No. 4 No. 13 No. 6 No. 3 No. 4 No. 7 No. 16 No. 23 No. 8 No. 7 No. 24 No. 8 No. 18 No. 4 No. 25 No. 3 No. 15 No. 13 No. 10 No. 15 No. 9 No. 18 No. 8 No. 3 No. 10 No. 25 No. 10 No. 23 No. 15 No. 21 No. 17 No. 4 No. 5 No. 8

MEDIA RELATIONS Contact Email:

Jason Yellin jyellin@admin.umass.edu

Office Phone:

(413) 545-3061

Fax:

(413) 545-1556

Press Box Phone:

(413) 545-3550

Website:

UMassAthletics.com

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Opponent Brown Connecticut Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Northeastern Boston University Worcester Tech Delaware Springfield

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Opponent DELAWARE at Boston University WILLIAM & MARY BOSTON UNIVERSITY NEW HAMPSHIRE at Hofstra at New Hampshire at William & Mary CONNECTICUT HOFSTRA DELAWARE at Villanova at Delaware VILLANOVA WILLIAM & MARY at Hofstra at Connecticut MASSACHUSETTS HOFSTRA at Massachusetts at Delaware DELAWARE at Hofstra JAMES MADISON RICHMOND at Delaware HOFSTRA WILLIAM & MARY MAINE at Hofstra at Maine at William & Mary at Villanova FORDHAM NORTHEASTERN VILLANOVA at Delaware at Massachusetts at William & Mary VILLANOVA NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLIAM & MARY at Massachusetts at New Hampshire DELAWARE at James Madison RICHMOND at Massachusetts MAINE NEW HAMPSHIRE at Delaware HOFSTRA JAMES MADISON at Richmond at New Hampshire MASSACHUSETTS NEW HAMPSHIRE BROWN VILLANOVA at William and Mary MASSACHUSETTS MAINE at Massachusetts at Villanova WILLIAM AND MARY at New Hampshire Most Common Opponents Games First Meeting 96 1909 92 1897 88 1911 84 1903 84 1905 57 1934 42 1919 34 1903 25 1922 21 1904

Ranking L, 11-32 L, 15-48 L, 17-38 L, 23-45 L, 7-13 L, 16-42 W, 10-7 L, 14-23 W, 24-19 L, 3-37 L, 19-24 L, 16-34 L, 27-43 L, 15-37 L, 13-21 L, 30-48 L, 17-31 L, 13-23 L, 13-28 L, 9-31 L, 0-35 L, 7-29 L, 12-30 W, 7-6 L, 10-13 (OT) W, 10-7 W, 35-26 W, 34-31 L, 14-26 L, 19-37 L, 14-26 L, 6-44 L, 3-45 L, 28-63 L, 39-42 L, 17-21 L, 10-55 L, 17-31 L, 24-31 L, 9-48 L, 3-27 W, 49-28 L, 6-14 L, 9-53 L, 17-24 L, 23-35 L, 6-31 L, 16-41 W, 3-0 L, 21-63 L, 9-38 L, 24-37 L, 27-44 L, 6-38 L, 36-49 W, 12-6 (OT) L, 43-51 W, 37-13 L, 7-44 L, 24-34 L, 0-49 L, 7-37 L, 10-30 L, 7-36 L, 14-39 L, 42-55 Last Meeting 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 1997 1942 2007 1982

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ALL-TIME OPPONENT RECORDS BUFFALO

Home 0-1, Away 0-2 Date Result 11/12/49 L, 7-39 10/28/50 L, 12-33 11/7/59 L, 6-41

BROWN

Home 7-5, Away 18-62-2 Date Result 9/29/09 L, 0-6 10/5/10 L, 0-5 10/4/11 L, 0-12 10/5/12 L, 0-14 10/4/13 L, 0-19 10/3/14 L, 0-20 9/25/15 L, 0-38 9/30/16 L, 0-18 9/29/17 L, 0-27 9/27/19 L, 0-27 9/25/20 L, 0-25 9/24/21 L, 0-6 9/30/22 L, 0-27 9/26/25 L, 0-33 9/26/26 L, 0-14 9/24/27 L, 0-27 11/24/28 L, 7-33 10/5/29 L, 6-14 9/27/30 L, 0-7 10/3/31 L, 0-18 10/1/32 L, 0-19 10/7/33 L, 0-26 10/6/34 L, 0-13 10/5/35 W, 13-7 10/3/36 L, 6-7 10/2/37 L, 6-13 10/22/38 L, 21-40 9/30/39 L, 0-34 10/5/40 L, 17-20 10/11/41 L, 7-14 10/3/42 L, 0-28 10/12/46 L, 0-29 10/11/47 L, 6-55 10/9/48 L, 0-33 10/8/49 L, 0-46 10/14/50 L, 13-55 10/13/51 L, 13-20 10/11/52 W, 7-6 10/10/53 W, 19-13 10/9/54 L, 0-35 10/22/55 W, 19-7 10/27/56 L, 7-27 10/26/57 L, 0-21 10/25/58 L, 6-47 10/24/59 L, 0-6 10/22/60 L, 14-36 10/28/61 W, 12-9 10/27/62 T, 12-12 10/26/63 L, 7-33 10/24/64 L, 14-30 9/25/65 W, 14-6 9/24/66 L, 27-40 9/30/67 W, 12-8 9/28/68 L, 9-10 9/27/69 L, 0-21 9/26/70 L, 14-21 9/25/71 W, 34-21 9/30/72 W, 21-17 9/29/73 T, 20-20 9/28/74 L, 15-45 9/27/75 L, 20-41 9/25/76 L, 0-3 9/24/77 L, 10-28 9/30/78 W, 17-3 9/29/79 L, 13-31 11/22/80 L, 3-9 11/7/81 L, 8-10 9/25/82 L, 20-24 9/24/83 W, 30-16 9/29/84 W, 34-13 9/28/85 L, 27-32 9/27/86 L, 7-27 9/26/87 L, 15-17 9/24/88 W, 14-10 930/89 W, 18-13 9/22/90 W, 23-3 10/5/91 W, 38-36 10/2/93 W, 30-7 9/24/94 L, 29-32 9/23/95 L, 28-31 9/28/96 W, 28-13 10/18/97 L, 15-23 10/3/98 W, 44-16 10/16/99 L, 25-27 9/30/00 L, 19-29 9/29/01 W, 42-38 10/5/02 W, 38-28 10/4/03 W, 27-9 10/2/04 L, 13-20 10/1/05 L, 35-45 9/30/06 W, 28-21

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0-3 Location Kingston, R.I. Buffalo, N.Y. Buffalo, N.Y.

25-67-2 Location Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I.* Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I.

9/30/07 10/4/08 10/2/09

W, 49-42 (2 OT) W, 37-13 L, 20-28

Providence, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Providence, R.I.

* - The 1981 season marked the first season in which Rhode Island and Brown played for the Governor’s Cup Trophy.

DELAWARE

Home 4-7, Away 3-11 Date Result 10/21/22 W, 7-0 9/23/67 W, 28-17 9/9/78 L, 0-37 9/8/79 L, 14-34 10/24/81 L, 15-35 11/5/83 W, 19-9 9/7/85 L, 13-29 9/6/86 L, 10-44 9/12/87 W, 26-13 9/17/88 W, 23-17 9/16/89 L, 12-21 9/29/90 L, 19-24 9/21/90 L, 7-42 9/19/92 L, 14-31 9/18/93 L, 11-32 11/19/94 L, 7-26 11/18/95 L, 19-24 11/16/96 L, 27-43 11/18/99 L, 0-35 9/2/00 L, 7-29 9/30/01 W, 10-7 10/19/02 W, 17-14 (OT) 10/18/03 L, 10-55 9/23/06 L, 17-24 9/15/07 L, 9-38

FORDHAM

Home 2-2, Away 2-3 Date Result 10/19/12 W, 6-0 10/24/14 L, 0-21 11/13/15 L, 0-7 9/6/03 L, 28-63 9/4/04 W, 37-36 9/3/05 W, 34-20 9/1/07 L, 23-27 9/7/08 L, 0-16 9/5/09 W, 41-28

MAINE

Home 16-15-1, Away 18-36-2 Date Result 9/30/11 W, 3-0 10/12/12 L, 0-18 10/11/13 L, 0-44 10/14/16 W, 13-0 10/16/20 T, 7-7 10/15/21 L, 3-7 9/22/23 L, 0-14 9/27/24 L, 0-37 10/1/26 L, 0-7 10/1/27 L, 0-27 9/29/28 L, 6-20 9/28/29 L, 0-6 10/4/30 L, 12-13 9/26/31 W, 8-7 9/24/32 L, 0-12 9/30/33 W, 6-0 9/29/34 W, 6-0 9/25/35 L, 0-7 9/26/36 W, 7-0 9/25/37 T, 0-0 9/24/38 W, 14-6 10/7/39 L, 0-14 9/28/40 L, 0-7 9/27/41 W, 20-13 10/13/45 W, 10-7 9/28/46 W, 14-13 9/27/47 L, 13-33 9/25/48 L, 7-13 9/24/49 L, 7-19 9/30/50 L, 0-13 9/29/51 L, 0-12 9/27/52 L, 0-13 9/26/53 W, 13-6 9/25/54 W, 14-7 9/24/55 W, 7-0 9/29/56 L, 0-40 9/28/57 W, 25-7 9/27/58 L, 8-37 9/26/59 T, 0-0 9/24/60 L, 0-7 9/30/61 L, 20-22 9/29/62 W, 14-7 9/28/63 W, 20-16 9/26/64 L, 15-23 10/23/65 L, 0-36 10/22/66 L, 6-21 11/11/67 W, 34-12

7-18 Location Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del. Newark, Del. Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del. Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del. Newark, Del. Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del. Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del. Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del. Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del. Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del. Newark, Del. Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del. Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del. Kingston, R.I. Newark, Del.

4-5 Location Bronx, N.Y. Bronx, N.Y. Bronx, N.Y. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Bronx, N.Y. Kingston, R.I. Bronx, N.Y. Kingston, R.I.

34-51-3 Location Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I.

11/16/68 10/4/69 10/3/70 10/2/71 10/7/72 10/6/73 10/5/74 10/4/75 10/2/76 10/1/77 10/7/78 10/6/79 9/20/80 9/19/81 9/18/82 9/17/83 9/22/84 9/21/85 9/20/86 9/19.87 10/15/88 10/14/89 10/13/90 10/19/91 10/17/92 10/16/93 9/10/94 9/9/95 9/21/96 9/6/97 10/10/98 10/23/99 10/28/00 11/3/01 9/28/02 11/13/04 11/12/05 10/28/06 11/10/07 11/15/08 11/14/09

L, 15-21 L, 7-35 W, 23-6 L, 7-21 L, 7-10 L, 7-20 L, 19-29 L, 14-23 W, 14-9 W, 28-0 W, 47-0 W, 10-0 L, 11-14 W, 21-20 W, 58-55 (6 OT) W, 24-16 W, 27-0 W, 34-14 L, 14-34 L, 20-24 L, 14-28 L, 21-47 L, 17-24 W, 52-30 L, 9-21 W, 23-26* W, 28-21 W, 17-13 L, 19-58 L, 14-30 W, 18-17 W, 23-14 L, 7-37 L, 14-26 L, 14-31 L, 28-42 L, 24-27 (OT) W, 3-0 L, 0-35 L, 7-37 L, 17-41

MASSACHUSETTS

Home 17-22, Away 18-25-2 Date Result 10/14/03 L, 0-46 10/7/05 L, 0-11 10/5/07 L, 0-11 9/25/08 L, 0-2 9/24/10 T, 0-0 9/23/11 W, 5-0 9/21/12 W, 7-0 11/8/19 L, 11-19 11/16/20 T, 7-7 11/5/21 W, 7-2 10/21/33 L, 12-14 10/20/34 W, 7-0 10/19/35 L, 6-7 10/17/36 L, 8-13 10/16/37 W, 12-6 10/15/38 W, 20-0 10/21/39 W, 23-20 10/19/40 W, 9-3 10/18/41 W, 34-6 10/17/42 W, 21-6 10/19/46 W, 14-6 10/18/47 W, 20-13 10/16/48 W, 19-12 10/15/49 L, 19-32 10/21/50 W, 38-27 10/20/51 L, 7-40 10/18/52 W, 26-7 10/17/53 W, 41-14 10/16/54 W, 52-6 10/15/55 W, 39-15 10/20/56 W, 34-14 10/19/57 W, 27-13 10/18.58 W, 24-8 10/17/59 W, 30-6 10/15/60 L, 16-34 10/21/61 L, 0-25 10/20/62 L, 8-42 10/19/63 L, 0-57 10/17/64 L, 0-7 10/16/65 L, 0-30 10/15/66 L, 9-14 10/21/67 L, 24-28 10/19/68 W, 14-9 10/18/69 L, 9-21 10/17/70 W, 14-7 10/16/71 W, 31-3 10/21/72 L, 7-42 10/20/73 W, 41-35 10/19/74 L, 7-17 10/18/75 L, 7-23 10/16/76 L, 7-14 10/15/77 L, 6-37 10/21/78 L, 17-19 10/20/79 L, 0-24 10/4/80 L, 8-26

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine Kingston, R.I. Orono, Maine

35-47-2 Location Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Massachusetts Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I.

10/3/81 10/2/82 10/1/83 10/6/84 10/5/85 10/4/86 10/3/87 10/8/88 10/7/89 10/6/90 10/12/91 10/10/92 10/9/93 10/1/94 9/30/95 10/5/96 9/27/97 11/7/98 10/30/99 11/18/00 11/17/01 11/23/02 11/22/03 10/23/04 9/24/05 10/21/06 11/3/07 11/1/08 9/19/09

W, 16-10 L, 7-17 W, 13-3 W, 20-19 W, 7-3 L, 17-31 L, 7-42 L, 7-26 L, 6-31 L, 13-16 W, 17-14 L, 7-32 L, 14-36 L, 12-22 W, 34-0 W, 41-21 L, 14-18 L, 13-23 L, 9-31 L, 21-29 L, 7-24 L, 21-48 L, 17-31 W, 27-24 L, 6-14 L, 16-41 W, 12-6 (OT) L, 0-49 L, 10-30

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Home 20-22-2, Away 8-29-3 Date Result 9/23/05 L, 0-6 10/20/06 L, 0-20 11/2/07 T, 6-6 11/14/08 W, 12-0 11/13/09 L, 5-11 11/12/10 W, 6-0 10/28/11 W, 9-8 11/2/12 W, 25-0 11/1/13 L, 0-13 10/31/14 W, 7-0 11/14/14 T, 0-0 11/22/15 W, 19-0 11/18/16 L, 0-12 10/20/17 T, 0-0 10/13/23 L, 0-13 10/11/24 L, 6-17 10/17/25 L, 0-26 10/16/26 L, 6-7 10/15/27 W, 20-18 10/13/28 L, 0-12 10/24/42 L, 13-14 10/5/46 L, 12-25 10/4/47 L, 7-33 10/2/48 L, 7-19 10/1/49 L, 20-28 10/7/50 L, 14-27 10/6/51 W, 27-0 10/4/52 W, 27-7 10/3/53 L, 13-14 10/2/54 L, 7-33 10/1/55 T, 13-13 10/6/56 L, 7-13 10/5/57 W, 28-13 10/4/58 W, 20-13 10/3/59 L, 0-45 10/1/60 L, 6-13 10/7/61 W, 20-0 10/6/62 T, 6-6 10/5/63 L, 13-25 10/3/64 W, 22-8 10/2/65 W, 23-6 10/1/66 W, 17-6 10/7/67 W, 13-6 11/2/68 L, 6-27 11/1/69 W, 14-6 10/31/70 L, 7-59 10/30/71 L, 0-26 11/4/72 L, 10-14 11/3/73 W, 40-16 11/2/74 L, 14-29 11/1/75 L, 6-23 11/6/76 L, 6-31 10/29/77 W, 21-20 11/4/78 W, 19-14 11/3/79 L, 6-21 11/1/80 L, 28-31 10/31/81 W, 14-12 10/30/82 W, 23-20 10/29/83 L, 13-14 11/3/84 L, 12-14 11/2/85 W, 30-20 11/1/86 L, 24-28 10/31/87 L, 14-28 11/12/88 L, 9-17 11/11/89 L, 0-25 11/10/90 W, 24-14 11/16/91 L, 35-42 11/14/92 L, 13-20 11/13/93 L, 22-51 10/29/94 L, 7-13

Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Amherst, Mass.

28-51-5 Location Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I.


9/16/95 9/14/96 9/13/97 11/14/98 9/4/99 9/9/00 10/20/01 9/20/03 11/6/04 10/15/05 11/11/06 10/27/07 9/13/08 11/7/09

W, 10-7 L, 26-35 W, 35-21 L, 7-9 L, 14-37 L, 12-13 W, 31-27 W, 55-40 L, 3-27 L, 9-53 L, 21-63 L, 36-49 L, 43-51 L, 42-55

RICHMOND

Home 3-6, Away 2-6 Date Result 12/1/84 W, 0-6 10/25/85 L, 6-6 10/24/87 L, 14-27 10/22/88 W, 14-10 9/9/89 W, 45-14 9/15/90 W, 37-0 9/14/91 L, 10-19 9/26/92 L, 14-46 11/8/97 L, 11-27 9/19/98 L, 17-20 (OT) 10/9/99 L, 38-41 11/4/00 L, 10-13 (OT) 10/27/01 L, 0-28 10/28/02 L, 0-26 9/27/03 W, 17-13 10/14/06 L, 6-31 10/20/07 L, 6-38

TOWSON

Home 2-3, Away3-2 Date Result 9/13/86 L, 14-35 11/21/87 L, 6-19 11/4/89 W, 19-6 9/8/90 W, 40-21 9/28/91 W, 45-25 9/12/92 W, 36-19 10/9/04 W, 28-16 10/8/05 L, 14-23 10/11/08 L, 32-37 10/10/09 L, 28-36

VILLANOVA

Home 1-6, Away 1-8 Date Result 10/1/88 L, 14-20 10/28/89 L, 25-28 10/27/90 L, 7-14 11/2/91 L, 14-49 10/31/92 L, 3-34 10/30/93 L, 10-14 11/4/95 W, 27-10 11/2/96 L, 16-34 11/1/97 L, 15-37 11/21/98 L, 15-27 11/16/02 L, 3-45 10/11/03 L, 17-21 10/30/04 L, 9-48 10/22/07 W, 48-30 10/18/08 L, 7-44 10/24/09 L, 7-36

WILLIAM & MARY

Home 2-6, Away 0-5 Date Result 9/3/94 L, 17-28 10/7/95 L, 14-23 9/7/96 L, 16-23 9/5/98 L, 13-21 11/5/99 L, 6-24 10/7/00 L, 16-26 10/13/01 W, 34-31 11/6/02 L, 6-44 10/25/03 L, 24-37 10/16/04 L, 24-31 9/17/05 W, 48-29 10/25/08 L, 24-34 10/31/09 L, 14-39

Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H. Kingston, R.I. Durham, N.H.

5-12 Location Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Richmond, Va. Kingston, R.I. Richmond, Va. Kingston, R.I. Richmond, Va. Kingston, R.I. Richmond, Va. Kingston, R.I. Richmond, Va. Kingston, R.I. Richmond, Va. Kingston, R.I. Richmond, Va. Kingston, R.I. Richmond, Va.

5-5 Location Kingston, R.I. Towson, Md. Towson, Md. Kingston, R.I. Towson, Md. Kingston, R.I. Towson, Md. Kingston, R.I. Towson, Md. Kingston, R.I.

2-14 Location Villanova, Pa. Kingston, R.I. Villanova, Pa. Kingston, R.I. Villanova, Pa. Villanova, Pa. Kingston, R.I. Villanova, Pa. Kingston, R.I. Villanova, Pa. Villanova, Pa. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Villanova, Pa. Kingston, R.I. Villanova, Pa.

2-11 Location Kingston, R.I. Williamsburg, Va. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Kingston, R.I. Williamsburg, Va. Kingston, R.I. Williamsburg, Va. Kingston, R.I. Williamsburg, Va. Kingston, R.I. Williamsburg, Va. Kingston, R.I.

ALL-TIME OPPONENTS Opponent Air Force-Europe Akron American Int'l Amherst Army Arnold Ball State Bates Boise State Boston College Boston University. Bowdoin Brandeis Bridgeport Brooklyn Brown Bucknell Buffalo Bryant Central Connecticut Cincinnati CCNY Coast Guard Colby Colgate Connecticut Cortland State C.W. Post Delaware Delaware State Florida A&M Fordham Furman Hampton Harvard Hofstra Holy Cross Howard Idaho State Jacksonville St. James Madison Kings Point Lafayette Lehigh Lowell Textile Maine Massachusetts Merrimack Monmouth Montana State Morgan State New Hampshire NYU Northeastern Norwich Providence Richmond Rutgers So. Connecticut Springfield St. Mary’s (N.S.) St. Stevens Syracuse Temple Towson Trinity Tufts Union Vermont Villanova Virginia Tech Virginia Union VMI Wesleyan Western Maryland William & Mary Worcester Tech

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

W 1 1 3 0 0 4 0 2 0 2 13 0 3 1 5 25 1 0 1 2 0 1 12 0 0 34 1 0 7 1 0 4 0 2 0 6 0 2 0 0 3 3 3 3 5 34 35 1 1 0 0 28 0 29 1 2 5 0 5 11 1 1 0 0 5 0 3 0 9 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 18

L 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 4 2 4 29 1 0 0 0 67 1 3 0 0 1 3 1 1 1 50 0 1 18 1 2 5 1 0 1 18 8 0 1 1 6 0 0 2 4 51 47 0 0 1 1 50 5 26 0 6 12 1 0 8 0 2 1 11 5 1 0 1 8 14 1 0 1 3 1 11 12

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 5 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 4

1st Mtg. Last Mtg. Home 1973 1973 0-0 1985 1985 1-0 1938 1996 3-0 1913 1913 0-0 2007 2007 0-0 1929 1933 4-0 1983 1983 0-0 1924 1950 2-2 1981 1993 0-0 1909 2008 2-1 1919 1997 7-13 1921 1921 0-0 1957 1959 1-0 1974 1974 1-0 1933 1952 4-0 1909 2009 7-5 1966 1967 1-0 1949 1959 0-1 2002 2002 1-0 2004 2005 1-0 2003 2003 0-0 1924 1927 1-1 1922 1947 8-0 1913 1913 0-0 1916 1916 0-0 1897 2009 21-20-2 1969 1969 1-0 1975 1975 0-1 1922 2007 4-7 1994 1995 0-1 1979 1981 0-0 1912 2009 2-2 1985 1985 0-0 1972 2001 1-0 1923 1923 0-0 1953 2009 4-8 1917 1980 0-0 1984 1985 2-0 1981 1981 0-0 1955 1955 0-0 1987 2007 2-2 1977 1981 2-0-1 1982 1985 2-0 1977 1985 1-1 1922 1941 5-2 1911 2009 16-15-1 1903 2009 17-22 2006 2006 1-0 2008 2008 1-0 1984 1984 0-0 1999 1999 0-1 1905 2009 20-22-2 1909 1923 0-1 1934 2009 18-11 1911 1911 1-0 1931 1941 0-0 1984 2007 3-4 1945 1945 0-0 1968 1986 5-0 1904 1982 5-5-1 1975 1975 1-0 1915 1922 1-1 2002 2002 0-0 1949 1975 0-4 1986 2009 2-3 1905 1905 0-0 1910 1937 1-0 1915 1920 0-0 1942 1974 4-5 1988 2009 1-6 1980 1980 0-0 1978 1978 1-0 1977 1977 0-0 1914 1920 0-0 1925 1925 0-0 1994 2009 2-6 1903 1942 9-7-1

Away 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2-1 0-2 1-3 6-16 0-1 2-0 0-0 1-0 18-62-2 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-2 4-1 0-1 0-1 13-30-6 0-0 0-0 3-11 1-0 0-2 2-3 0-1 1-0 0-1 2-10 0-8 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-4 1-0 1-0 2-1 0-2 18-36-2 18-25-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 8-29-3 0-4-1 11-15-2 0-0 0-4 2-7 0-1 0-0 6-3-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-7 3-2 0-0 2-0 0-1-1 5-3-1 1-8 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-3-3 0-1 0-5 9-5-3

Neut. 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2-1 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

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ALL-TIME OPPONENT RECORDS


HOMECOMING Homecoming has been an official event at the University of Rhode Island since 1924. Since that time, the Rams have posted an overall record of 37-45-1. There was no Homecoming from 1943-45 as Rhode Island canceled football in 1943 and 1944 due to World War II. Rhode Island has attracted 444,283 (an average of 5,414) fans in 83 Homecoming contests. The largest crowd in Meade Stadium history, 13,052, witnessed Rhode Island’s 22-7 win over Boston University in the 1984 Homecoming contest. Last season, 5,159 fans came to Meade Stadium to see the Rams take on Hofstra. Rhody’s 2008 attendance mark was its highest since 1998 when URI defeated Brown 44-16. This season, the Rams will host Homecoming on Oct. 23 when the Black Bears of Maine University return to Kingston.

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Oct. 29, 1938

Worcester Tech (2,000)

L, 14-19

Oct. 3, 1953

New Hampshire (5,000)

L, 13-14

Oct. 20, 1990

Boston University (10,228)

L, 13-15

Nov. 1, 1924

Worcester Tech

L, 9-14

Nov. 11, 1939

Connecticut (3,500)

L, 14-20

Nov. 13, 1954

Connecticut (2,500)

W, 20-0

Oct. 19, 1991

Maine (10,145)

W, 52-30

Nov. 7, 1925

Connecticut

T, 0-0

Nov. 2, 1940

Worcester Tech (100)

W, 18-0

Oct. 29, 1955

Springfield (4,500)

W, 20-7

Oct. 24, 1992

Boston University (7,097)

Oct. 16, 1926

New Hampshire

L, 6-7

Nov. 8, 1941

Connecticut

W, 6-0

Nov. 17, 1956

Connecticut (6,000)

L, 6-51

Oct. 16, 1993

Maine (6,879)

Nov. 12, 1927

Connecticut

W, 12-0

Oct. 31, 1942

Worcester Tech

Nov. 2, 1957

Springfield (1,000)

L, 0-14

Oct. 29, 1994

New Hampshire (5,239)

Oct. 13, 1928

New Hampshire

L, 0-12

1943

No team-World War II

Nov. 15, 1958

Connecticut (5,000)

L, 8-36

Oct. 21, 1995

Connecticut (7,237)

Nov. 16, 1929

Connecticut

W, 19-6

1944

No team-World War II

Oct. 31, 1959

Springfield (6,000)

Nov. 8, 1930

Worcester Tech

W, 45-0

1945

No Homecoming

Oct. 15, 1960

Massachusetts (5,000)

W, 66-13

L, 21-34 W, 23-26* (2 OT) L, 7-13 W, 24-19

L, 0-21

Oct. 26, 1996

Boston University (5,000)

W, 38-7

L, 16-34

Oct. 4, 1997

Hofstra (5,178)

L, 21-28

Oct. 24, 1931

Coast Guard

W, 33-6

Nov. 9, 1946

Connecticut (5,000)

L, 0-33

Nov. 18, 1961

Connecticut (6,000)

L, 0-27

Oct. 3, 1998

Brown (7,214)

W, 44-16

Nov. 5, 1932

Worcester Tech

L, 0-12

Oct. 4, 1947

New Hampshire (3,000)

L, 7-33

Oct. 20, 1962

Massachusetts (7,444)

L, 8-42

Oct. 23, 1999

Maine (4,458)

W, 23-14

Nov. 11, 1933

Connecticut

W, 20-7

Nov. 6, 1948

Connecticut (4,500)

L, 6-28

Oct. 5, 1963

New Hampshire (6,000)

L, 13-25

Oct. 14, 2000

James Madison (4,914)

W, 7-6

Nov. 3, 1934

Worcester Tech (1,500)

W, 44-0

Oct. 29, 1949

Springfield (4,400)

L, 13-34

Oct. 10, 1964

Vermont (10,000)

L, 8-16

Oct. 20, 2001

New Hampshire (5,687)

W, 31-27

Nov. 9, 1935

Connecticut

W, 7-0

Nov. 18, 1950

Connecticut (4,712)

W, 14-7

Oct. 23, 1965

Maine (10,000)

L, 0-36

Oct. 19, 2002

Delaware (5,791)

W, 17-14

Oct. 11, 1936

Worcester Tech (2,000)

W, 19-0

Nov. 3, 1951

Springfield (5,000)

W, 25-19

Oct. 8, 1966

Vermont (11,700)

L, 7-21

Oct. 11, 2003

Villanova (2,623)

L, 17-21

Nov. 6, 1937

Connecticut

L, 7-13

Nov. 15, 1952

Connecticut (8,000)

W, 28-25

Oct. 7, 1967

New Hampshire (11,000)

W, 13-6

Oct. 23, 2004

Massachusetts (4,376)

W, 27-24

Oct. 12, 1968

Vermont (10,000)

W, 52-10

Oct. 8, 2005

Maine (2,508)

L, 23-14

Oct. 4, 1969

Maine (11,000)

L, 7-35

Oct. 14, 2006

Richmond (3,403)

Oct. 17, 1970

Massachusetts (12,000)

W, 14-7

Oct. 13, 2007

James Madison (6,163)

Oct. 2, 1971

Maine (10,000)

L, 7-21

Oct. 18, 2008

Villanova (6,704)

L, 7-44

Oct. 14, 1972

Vermont (7,642)

L, 13-14

Oct. 17, 2009

Hofstra (5,159)

L, 16-28

Nov. 3, 1973

New Hampshire (9,473)

W, 40-16

Oct. 12, 1974

Vermont (5,212)

W, 14-0

* Maine forfeited the game for using

Oct. 4, 1975

Maine (7,132)

L, 14-23

an ineligible player

Oct. 23, 1976

Boston University (6,133)

Oct. 1, 1977

Maine (8,457)

W, 28-0

Oct. 21, 1978

Massachusetts (7,595)

L, 17-19

Oct. 6, 1979

Maine (8,158)

W, 10-0

Oct. 4, 1980

Massachusetts (10,443)

L, 8-26

Oct. 10, 1981

Northeastern (9,842)

W, 33-0

Oct. 16, 1982

Boston University (10,230)

L, 16-26

Oct. 8, 1983

Northeastern (12,211)

W, 30-10

Oct. 20, 1984

Boston University (13,052)

Oct. 26, 1985

Lafayette (12,933)

Oct. 18, 1986

Boston University (9,882)

L, 0-17

Oct. 31, 1987

New Hampshire (11,231)

L, 14-28

Oct. 22, 1988

Richmond (5,980)

L, 10-14

Oct. 14, 1989

Maine (8,847)

L, 21-47

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W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

L, 0-36

W, 22-7 W, 41-19

L, 6-31 L, 27-44


2009 SEASON REVIEW 2009 RECORD/RESULTS

RECEIVING

1-10, 0- CAA Football

Date Sept 5 Sep 19 Sep 26 Oct 3 Oct 10 Oct 17 Oct 24 Oct 31 Nov. 7 Nov 14 Nov 21

Opponent FORDHAM at #17 Massachusetts at CONNECTICUT at Brown TOWSON HOFSTRA at #4 Villanova #5 WILLIAM AND MARY at New Hampshire at Maine NORTHEASTERN

* CAA Contest

Result W L L L L L L L L L L

Score 41-28 10-30 10-52 20-28 28-36 16-28 7-36 14-39 42-55 17-41 27-33

Attendance 2731 12124 38620 3214 3314 5159 5517 5117 4643 3517 2610

TEAM STATISTICS URI 232 (21.1 avg.) 153 987 2.8 89.7 9 2228 (202.5 avg.) 18 3215 (292.3 avg.) 68-1296 3-13 11-176 19.1 4.3 16.0 18-9 71-699 63.5 75-3038 40.5 33.3 29:12 38/157 (24%) 13/23 (57%) 21-115 31 7-9 19-28 (68%)

SCORING FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDAGE Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions SACKS BY-Yards TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS RED-ZONE SCORES

Name Cassidy Hughes Ferrer Lawrence Stefkovich Total Opponents

PUNT RETURNS Name Johnson-Farrell Glenn Leonard Total Opponents

RUSHING Player Ferrer Isijola Lawrence Stefkovich Bellini Paul-Etienne Law Jr. Lang TEAM Total Opponents

G 10 6 2 11 11 11

G 11 10 11 6 11 10 8 9 7 11 11

Eff. 120.07 133.00 0.00 0.00 121.99 157.58

No. 104 85 43 15 1 90 4 1 6 349 453

Comp.-Att.-Int. 143-268-7 38-69-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 181-339-7 208-300-11

Gain 428 407 177 71 35 266 10 0 0 1394 2359

Loss 17 42 22 36 0 252 7 1 30 407 335

Pct. 53.4 55.1 0.0 0.0 53.4 69.3

Net Yards 411 365 155 35 35 14 3 -1 -30 987 2024

Yards 1745 483 0 0 2228 2628

Avg. 4.0 4.3 3.6 2.3 35.0 0.2 0.8 -1.0 -5.0 2.8 4.5

No. 47 38 23 18 17 9 6 6 5 3 3 3 1 1 1 181 208

G 12 12 12 10 5 12 12

Name Williams Lawrence Alexis Glenn Law Jr. Leonard Bellini Johnson-Farrell Isijola Mancuso Harris Total Opponents

TD 14 4 0 0 18 20

Long 72 55 0 0 72 89

Yd/G 174.5 80.5 0.0 0.0 202.5 238.9

No. 1 1 1 3 37

TD 5 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 9 33

Long 68 48 20 15 35 29 8 9 4 68 57

YPG 37.4 36.5 14.1 5.8 3.2 1.4 0.4 -0.1 -4.3 89.7 184.0

No. 14 11 9 8 8 6 4 4 2 1 1 68 35

INTERCEPTION RETURNS Name Williams Urban Mitchell Weedon Dace Damon Foster Adesanya Total Opponents

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

No. 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 7

Yards 858 506 273 164 149 30 87 62 24 47 18 10 6 1 -7 2228 2628

Plays 566 139 45 20 20 827 745

KICKOFF RETURNS

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Name Paul-Etienne Stefkovich TEAM Edger Total Opponents

G 11 11 11 11 11 10 4 10 4 9 11 8 6 4 10 11 11

TOTAL OFFENSE

OPP 406 (36.9 avg.) 235 2024 4.5 184.0 33 2628 (238.9 avg.) 20 4652 (422.9 avg.) 35-765 37-377 7-78 21.9 10.2 11.1 32-15 70-537 48.8 40-1600 40.0 38.2 30:32 69/143 (48%) 6/16 (38%) 25-184 53 12-15 44-52 (85%)

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Rhode Island........ 65 54 65 48 - 232 Opponents........... 99 97 112 98 - 406

PASSING

Name Leonard Bynum Bellini Lawrence Wilson Isijola Johnson-Farrell Del Grosso Evans Lang Ferrer Law Jr. Migliarese Turner Paul-Etienne Total Opponents

Avg. 18.3 13.3 11.9 9.1 8.8 3.3 14.5 10.3 4.3 15.7 6.0 3.3 6.0 1.0 -7.0 12.3 12.6

Rush 75 469 195 59 -17 818 2179

TD 11 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 18 20

Pass 2759 0 0 0 68 2861 2598

Long 72 66 26 55 25 13 40 20 9 26 9 9 6 1 0 72 89

Avg/G 78.0 46.0 24.8 14.9 13.5 3.0 21.8 6.2 6.0 5.2 1.6 1.2 1.0 0.2 -0.7 202.5 238.9

Total 2834 469 195 59 51 3679 4777

Avg/G 236.2 39.1 16.2 5.9 10.2 306.6 398.1

Yds 3 5 5 13 377

Avg 3.0 5.0 5.0 4.3 10.2

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Long 3 5 5 5 69

Yds 286 184 179 162 151 102 60 114 23 11 24 1296 765

Avg 20.4 16.7 19.9 20.2 18.9 17.0 15.0 28.5 11.5 11.0 24.0 19.1 21.9

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 48 21 25 36 30 26 17 70 12 11 24 70 76

Yds 34 -2 20 4 0 75 45 0 176 78

Avg 8.5 -2.0 20.0 4.0 0.0 75.0 45.0 0.0 16.0 11.1

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0

Long 29 0 20 4 0 75 45 0 75 33

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2009 SEASON REVIEW PUNTING Name Edger Feinstein Leonard Team Total Opponents

No. 71 2 1 1 75 40

FIELD GOALS Name Feinstein Total Opponents

FG-FGA 7-9 11-18 11-17

Pct. 77.7 61.1 64.7

Yds 2946 49 43 0 3038 1600

11-19 0-0 0-0 0-0

Avg 45.1 24.5 43.0 0.0 40.5 40.0

20-29 0-0 5-5 4-5

30-39 0-0 2-6 3-3

Long 68 25 43 0 68 71

40-49 0-0 4-6 1-2

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

Blkd 1 0 0 0 1 0

50-plus 0-0 0-1 0-1

Lg 39 39 47

Blkd 0 0 0

URI Field Goals Made - 25, 25, 38, 28, 31, 39, 38 URI Field Goals Missed - 39, 34

KICKING Name Feinstein Edger Total Opponents

XPTS Att-Made 25-27 0-0 25-27 46-50

Pct. 92.5 0.0 92.5 92.0

TD 11 0 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 31 53

FGs 0-0 7-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-9 12-15

SCORING Name Leonard Feinstein Ferrer Paul-Etienne Bynum Wilson Miliarese Foster Isijola Williams Lawrence Bellini Weedon Damon Total Opponents

No. 44 4 48 76

Yds 2367 219 2586 4453

Kickoffs Avg. 53.8 54.8 53.9 58.6

|-------------- PATs --------------| Kick Rush Rcv 0-0 0-0 0 25-27 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 25-27 0-0 0 46-50 1-2 1

TB 3 1 4 5

Pass 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 0-4 1-1

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Points 66 46 30 18 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 232 406

Name Rob Damon Matt Hansen Jarrod Williams Joe Harris Steve Weedon Rodney Mitchell Willie McGinnis Dan O’Connell Victor Adesanya Robenson Alexis Matt Rae Jordan Dalton Chris Mancuso Evan Shields Ellis Foster Terry Glenn Devon Dace Matt Urban Joe Bellini Kyle Elliott Alex Francois Brandon Bramwel Matt Sheard Anthony Ferrer Andrew Belizair Ayo Isijola Jason Foster Devin Johnson D.J. Stefkovich Trevor Turner Tom Lang David Wilson Chris Paul-Etienne Louis Feinstein Kenny Smith Tim Edger Alex Frazier Team Mannee Williams Total

GP 11 10 11 11 10 10 11 10 11 9 11 10 9 4 5 6 4 5 11 9 5 8 7 11 4 10 10 10 6 4 9 11 10 11 2 11 2 4 3 11

Solo 60 62 46 37 39 38 20 24 23 14 11 17 6 7 10 8 6 6 7 3 6 5 2 2 . 2 2 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 . 470

Ast Total 64 124 41 103 19 65 21 58 19 58 17 55 21 41 15 39 11 34 17 31 15 26 7 24 6 12 5 12 2 12 3 11 4 10 3 9 2 9 4 7 1 7 2 7 2 4 2 4 2 2 . 2 . 2 2 2 . 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 311 781

TFL/Yds 14.0-37 11.5-35 . 6.5-22 8.0-37 1.0-3 6.5-16 1.5-3 6.5-38 1.0-2 2.5-8 1.0-1 0.5-0 0.5-1 1.5-6 . 1.0-3 1.0-7 1.0-12 1.0-1 . 1.0-1 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-5 . . 69-239

Sacks No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp Rcv-Yds FF Saf 2-14 1-75 . 2-45 3 . 4-24 . 2 . 1 . . 4-34 2 1-68 1 . 1-9 . . 1-0 3 . 5-31 1-4 . 2-15 5 . . 1-20 6 . 1 . 1-6 . . 1-0 1 . . . 2 1-14 . . 4-16 1-0 1 1-0 3 . . . 1 1-0 . . 1-4 . . 2-0 . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-45 . . 1 . . . 3 . . . 1-0 . . . . . 1-7 1-2 . . . . . . . 1-4 . . 1-1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 21-115 11-176 19 15-146 20 .

2009 POSTSEASON HONORS ROB DAMON

TOM LANG

Sports Network All-America Third Team All-CAA Football Third Team

CAA Academic All-Conference Team

TIM EDGER

CAA Academic All-Conference Team

WILLIE McGINNIS

All-CAA Football Second Team

SHAWN LEONARD All-CAA Football Third Team

MICHAEL FARR

D.J. STEFKOVICH

CAA Academic All-Conference Team

CAA Academic All-Conference Team

LOUIS FEINSTEIN

BRANDON WILLIAMS

CAA Academic All-Conference Team

CAA Academic All-Conference Team

MATT GREENHALGH

GREG WICKS

CAA Academic All-Conference Team

CAA Academic All-Conference Team

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MATT RAE CAA Academic All-Conference Team CoSida Academic All-District

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2009 SEASON REVIEW GAME 1 (1-0 overall; 0-0 CAA)

GAME 2

(1-1 overall; 0-1 CAA) Massachusetts 30, Rhode Island 10

Rhode Island 41, Fordham 24

Sept. 5, 2009 - Meade Stadium - Kingston, R.I. Fordham Rhode Island

0 17

7 17

7 7

14 0

URI - Ferrer one yard run (Feinstein Kick) - four plays, 21 yards, TOP 2:03 (1st) URI - Feinstein 25 yard field goal - eight plays, 65 yards, TOP 3:09 (1st) URI - Wilson three yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - 10 plays, 80 yards, TOP 5:16 (1st) URI - Paul-Etienne 29 yard run (Feinstein Kick) - one play, 29 yards, TOP 0:07 (2nd) URI - Wilson five yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - eight plays, 66 yards, URI - Feinstein 25 yard field goal - nine plays, 69 yards, TOP 4:14 (2nd) FORD - Skelton three yard run (Heinowitz Kick) - 10 plays, 80 yards, TOP 2:28 (2nd) URI - Weedon 15 yard fumble recovery (Feinstein Kick) (3rd) FORD - Skelton one yard run (Heinowitz Kick) - 13 plays, 80 yards, TOP 3:54 (3rd) FORD - Martin six yard run (Heinowitz Kick) - 13 plays, 80 yards, TOP 3:32 (4th) FORD - Caldwell nine yard pass (Heinowitz Kick) - nine plays, 84 yards, TOP 2:54 (4th) Fordham 23 34-122 302 424 3-40.7 6-4 6-30 22:26

Sept. 19, 2009 - McGuirk Stadium - Amherst, Mass. -

28 41

0 7

0 14

10 3

0 6

-

10 30

UMASS - Zardas four yard pass from Havens (Cuko Kick) - 12 plays, 67 yards, TOP 5:48 (1st) UMASS - Cruz five yard pass from Havens (Cuko Kick) - 13 plays, 80 yards, TOP 6:39 (2nd) UMASS - Nelson three yard run (Cuko Kick) - 10 plays, 71 yards, TOP 4:50 (2nd) URI - Williams 68 yard fumble recovery (Feinstein Kick) (3rd) UMASS - Cuko 22 yard field goal (Feinstein Kick) - five plays, 44 yards, TOP 1:05 (3rd) URI - Feinstein 38 yard field goal - 12 plays, 47 yards, TOP 5:19 (3rd) UMASS - Cuko 37 yard field goal - seven plays, 66 yards, TOP 2:45 (4th) UMASS - Cuko 42 yard field goal - nine plays 58 yards, TOP 4:07

TOP 3:37 (2nd)

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Rhode Island Massachusetts

Rhode Island 21 43-229 226 455 4-42.8 0-0 8-72 37:34

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Paul-Etienne 11-81; Ferrer 16-53; Bellini 1-35. FORD - J. Skelton 13-54; Martin 12-47; Whiting 7-21. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Paul-Etienne 13-19-0-164-2; Stefkovich 4-7-0-62-0. FORD - J. Skelton 28-42-1-302-1. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Bynum 4-99; Johnson-Farrell 3-59; Bellini 3-37. FORD - Caldwell 8-102; S. Skelton 7-90; Lucas 5-53.

Rhode Island 18 25-70 198 267 6-40.5 1-0 6-44 27:57

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Massachusetts 21 39-162 329 491 2-54.0 4-2 5-37 32:03

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Ferrer 9-41; Isijola 7-17; Law Jr. 2-7. UMASS - Nelson 29-158; Hernandez 4-6; Igwenagu 1-1. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Paul-Etienne 20-39-1-164-0. UMASS - Havens 22-30-1-329-2. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Lawrence 4-17; Bellini 3-53; Leonard 3-28; Johnson-Farrell 3-28. UMASS - Cruz 6-96; Sanford 3-76; Talley 3-69. Tackles (UA-A- Total - Sacks): URI - Damon (3-13-16-0); Hansen (7-7-14-1); Harris (6-6-12-0). UMASS - Harrington (3-4-7-0.5); Dickson (2-5-7-0); Filler (3-3-6-0).

Tackles (UA-A- Total - Sacks): URI - Damon (9-2-11-0); Hansen (6-1-7-0); Shields (5-2-7-0). FORD - Allen (8-0-8-0); Stuckey (7-1-8-0); Wright (4-1-5-0).

GAME 3 (1-2 overall; 0-1 CAA)

GAME 4 (1-3 overall; 0-1 CAA)

Sept. 26, 2009 - Rentschler Field - East Hartford, Conn.

Oct. 3, 2009 - Brown Stadium - Providence, R.I.

Brown 28, Rhode Island 20

Connecticut 52, Rhode Island 10

Rhode Island Connecticut

7 14

0 10

0 14

3 14

-

10 52

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

7 6

7 8

0 14

6 0

-

20 28

URI - Ferrer 68 yard run (Feinstein Kick) - two plays, 83 yards, TOP :36 (1st) BROWN - Farnham 32 yard from Newhall (Plichta rush failed) - six plays, 68 yards, TOP 2:53 (1st) URI - Damon 75 yard interception return (Feinstein Kick) (2nd) BROWN - Farnham 42 yard pass from Newhall (Samp pass from Newhall) - one play, 42 yards, TOP :09 (2nd) BROWN - Sewell 13 yard pass from Newhall (Plichta Kick) - one play, 13 yards, TOP :06 (3rd) BROWN - Sewell five yard run (Plichta Kick) - one play, five yards, TOP :05 (3rd) URI - Lawrence 55 yard pass from Stefkovich (Feinstein Kick Blocked) - one play, 55 yards, TOP :13 (4th)

UCONN - Dixon 18 yard pass from Endres (Teggart Kick) - five plays, 66 yards, TOP 1:58 (1st) UCONN - Todman three yard run (Teggart Kick) - three plays, 37 yards, TOP :58 (1st) URI - Bynum 66 yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - three plays, 69 yards, TOP 1:40 (1st) UCONN - Todman eight yard run (Teggart Kick) - 11 plays, 67 yards, TOP 4:50 (2nd) UCONN - Teggart 19 yard field goal - eight plays, 51 yards, TOP 2:16 (2nd) UCONN - Todman two yard run (Teggart Kick) - 12 plays, 60 yards, TOP 5:25 (3rd) UCONN - Lang 50 yard pass from Endres (Teggart Kick) - two plays, 52 yards, TOP :39 (3rd) UCONN - Frey 13 yard run (Teggart Kick) - 13 plays, 98 yards, TOP 5:48 (4th) URI - Feinstein 28 yard field goal - four plays, one yard, TOP :59 (4th) UCONN - Frey 54 yard run (Teggart Kick) - one play, 54 yards, TOP :22 (4th) Rhode Island 5 32-29 119 148 8-43.1 1-1 2-15 30:34

Rhode Island Brown

Connecticut 25 42-199 289 488 3-46.3 7-3 2-21 29:26

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Ferrer 9-21; Lawrence 6-12; Isijola 7-7. UCONN - Dixon 17-98; Todman 15-70; Frey 5-69. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Paul-Etienne 12-19-2-108-1; Stefkovich 2-4-0-11-0. UCONN - Endres 23-30-0-289-2. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Leonard 4-21; Bynum 3-66; Lawrence 3-7. UCONN - Smith 8-82; Moore 4-38; Lang 2-58.

Rhode Island 13 36-202 214 416 10-40.2 4-2 17-164 31:45

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Brown 14 33-125 170 295 8-40.9 1-0 12-76 28:15

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Ferrer 10-76; Isijola 11-68; Stefkovich. BROWN - Tronti 16-64; Theodhosi 3-28; Sewall 6-22. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Stefkovich 17-30-0-214-1. BROWN - Newhall 14-26-3-170-3. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Lawrence 6-119; Leonard 2-50; Bynum 2-26. BROWN - Farnham 5-100; Tronti 3-21; Sewall 2-28. Tackles (UA-A- Total - Sacks): URI - Hansen (7-2-9-1); Damon (5-3-8-0); Williams (7-0-0-0). BROWN - Cruz (7-2-9-0); Perkins (2-7-9-0); Neff (4-1-5-0).

Tackles (UA-A- Total - Sacks): URI - Damon (8-11-19-0); Hansen (4-9-13-1); Williams (8-3-11-0). UCONN - Wilson (7-5-12-2); Howard (7-1-8-0); Lloyd (3-5-8-0).

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2009 SEASON REVIEW GAME 5 (1-4 overall; 0-2 CAA)

GAME 6 (1-5 overall; 0-3 CAA)

Oct. 10, 2009 - Meade Stadium - Kingston, R.I.

Oct. 17, 2009 - Meade Stadium - Kingston, R.I.

Towson 36, Rhode Island 28

Towson Rhode Island

20 14

9 7

0 7

7 0

Hofstra 28, Rhode Island 16

-

36 28

TU - Moore 78 yard pass from Athens (Magas Kick Failed) - two plays, 80 yards, TOP :50 (1st) TU - Dameron five yard run (Magas Kick) - two plays, 34 yards, TOP :43 (1st) TU - Dameron three yard run (Magas Kick) - six plays, 29 yards, TOP 2:54 (1st) URI - Isijola 48 yard run (Feinstein Kick) - three plays, 63 yards, TOP 1:12 (1st) URI - Leonard 35 yard pass from Stefkovich (Feinstein Kick) - four plays, 37 yards, TOP 1:36 (1st) TU - Dameron six yard run (Dameron rush failed) - two plays, 42 yards, TOP :39 (2nd) URI - Leonard seven yard pass from Stefkovich (Feinstein Kick) - three plays, eight yards, TOP :44 (2nd) TU - Magas 27 yard field goal - eight plays, 50 yards, TOP 1:08 URI - Migliarese six yard pass from Stefkovich (Feinstein Kick) - 10 plays, 71 yards, TOP 5:16 (3rd) TU - Athens 35 yards run (Magas Kick) - seven plays, 54 yards, TOP 3:34 (4th) Towson 15 37-135 188 323 3-34.0 1-0 8-52 27:47

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Hofstra Rhode Island

7 0

0 3

14 0

7 13

-

28 16

HU - Benjamin one yard run (Greco Kick) - eight plays, 67 yards, TOP 4:12 (1st) URI - Feinstein 31 yard field goal - nine plays, 41 yards, TOP 3:35 (2nd) HU - Nelson 89 yard pass from Probst (Greco Kick) - three plays, 90 yards TOP 1:40 (3rd) HU - Probst 29 yard run (Greco Kick) - three plays, 60 yards, TOP 2:05 (3rd) URI - Ferrer one yard run (Paul-Etienne pass failed) - seven plays, 72 yards, TOP 2:15 (4th) HU - Maysonet 24 yard run (Greco Kick) - five plays, 40 yards, TOP 2:32 (4th) URI - Paul-Etienne 10 yard run (Feinstein Kick) - six plays, TOP 1:00 (4th)

Rhode Island 15 42-166 163 329 6-38.5 4-3 7-63 32:13

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Isijola 15-100; Ferrer 18-78; Lawrence 2-6. TU - Athens 13-74; Booker 8-37; Dameron 14-34. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Stefkovich 11-20-0-163-3. TU - Athens 11-21-2-188-1. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Leonard 4-96; Wilson 2-23; Bellini 1-18. TU - Moore 4-91; Newsom 3-19; Ryan 2-50.

Hofstra 21 46-189 223 412 1-31.0 4-0 7-109 34:38

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Rhode Island 14 25-32 207 239 5-41.6 2-1 9-140 25:03

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Isijola 7-24; Ferrer 8-10; Lawrence 2-2. HU - Maysonet 13-83; Probst 7-60; Benjamin 5-42. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Paul-Etienne 19-32-1-207-0. HU - Christopher 11-15-0-111-0; Probst 4-6-0-112-1. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Bynum 6-75; Leonard 5-40; Bellini 4-54. HU - Weaver 5-76; Nelson 4-117; Dennis 2-12. Tackles (UA-A- Total - Sacks): URI - Hansen (10-2-12-0); Damon (7-5-12-1); Williams (4-3-7-0). HU - Hudeen (6-17-0); Jackman (6-0-6-0); Bonus (4-0-4-0).

Tackles (UA-A- Total - Sacks): URI - Weedon (7-0-7-2); Harris (6-1-7-0); Damon (6-0-6-0). TU - Butt (6-2-8-0); White (5-3-8-0); Beltre (6-0-6-0).

GAME 8 (1-7 overall; 0-5 CAA)

GAME 7 (1-6 overall; 0-4 CAA)

William and Mary 39, Rhode Island 14

Villanova 36, Rhode Island 7

Oct. 31, 2009 - Meade Stadium - Kingston, R.I.

Oct. 24, 2009 - Villanova Stadium - Villanova, Pa. Rhode Island Villanova

0 7

0 14

7 7

0 8

-

7 36

VU - Szczur one yard run (Yako Kick) - 11 plays, 82 yards, TOP 5:55 (1st) VU - Ball four yard run (Yako Kick) - four plays, 37 yards, TOP 1:41 (2nd) VU - Reynolds three yard run (Yako Kick) - 10 plays, 82 yards, TOP 4:36 (2nd) URI - Bynum from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - nine plays, 46 yards, TOP 3:47 (3rd) VU - Harvey 20 yard pass from Whitney (Yako Kick) - seven plays, 80 yards, TOP 3:54 (3rd) VU - Doss six yard run (Farmer rush) - 14 plays, 80 yards, TOP 8:12 (4th) Rhode Island 10 22-30 121 151 7-39.7 1-0 3-25 23:39

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Villanova 28 57-376 124 500 2-32.5 3-2 5-44 36:21

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Isijola 4-36; Ferrer 5-6; Lawrence 2-4. VU - Whitney 17-124; Ball 14-99; Doss 6-64. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Paul-Etienne 15-33-0-121-1. VU - 11-15-1-121-1. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Bynum 5-40; Bellini 3-15; Leonard 2-21. VU - Harvey 7-77; Reynolds 2-5; Szczur 1-22. Tackles (UA-A- Total - Sacks): URI - Weedon (12-2-14-1); Dace (6-1-7-0); Hansen (5-2-7-0). VU - Thomas (6-0-6-1); Dempsey (5-0-5-0); Kukucka (4-1-5-0).

William and Mary Rhode Island

7 7

14 0

9 0

9 7

-

39 14

URI - Leonard five yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - eight plays, 26 yards, TOP 3:02 (1st) W&M - Marriner nine yard run (Pate Kick) - four plays, 36 yards, TOP 1:59 (1st) W&M - Riggins 18 yard run (Pate Kick) - seven plays 70 yards, TOP 2:56 (2nd) W&M - Varno four yard pass from Archer (Pate Kick) - 13 plays, 67 yards, TOP 3:13 (2nd) W&M - Marriner 16 yard run (Pate Kick Failed) - eight plays, 67 yards, TOP 3:47 (3rd) W&M - Pate 19 yard field goal - 11 plays, 74 yards, TOP 5:24 (3rd) W&M - Marriner 39 yard run (Pate Kick) - one play, 39 yards, TOP 0:11 (4th) W&M - O’Brien safety URI - Leonard 29 yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - five plays, 73 yards, TOP 1:06 (4th) William and Mary 21 44-199 175 374 6-48.7 1-1 8-60 32:19

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Rhode Island 11 28-(-)46 195 149 10-41.5 2-0 4-23 27:41

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Isijola 10-11; Lawrence 2-1; Ferrer 2-(-2). W&M - Marriner 9-93; Grimes 18-54; Riggins 7-34. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Paul-Etienne 19-34-0-195-2. W&M - Archer 18-23-0-175-1. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Bynum 6-53; Leonard 5-49; Bellini 4-42. W&M - Dohse 6-76; Varno 4-27; Hill 3-44. Tackles (UA-A- Total - Sacks): URI - Hansen (10-6-16-0); Damon (3-8-11-0); O’Connell (7-3-10-0). W&M - Francks (5-1-6-0); Tracy (4-2-6-1); Stover (4-0-4-1).

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2009 SEASON REVIEW GAME 9

GAME 10 (1-9 overall; 0-7 CAA)

(1-8 overall; 0-6 CAA) New Hampshire 55, Rhode Island 42

Maine 41, Rhode Island 17

Nov. 7, 2009 - Cowell Stadium - Durham, N.H.

Rhode Island New Hampshire

10 14

6 14

14 10

12 17

Nov. 14, 2009 - Alfond Stadium - Orono, Maine -

42 55

URI - Paul-Etienne one yard run (Feinstein Kick) - nine plays, 71 yards, TOP 3:56 (1st) UNH - Kackert 57 yard run (Manning Kick) - four plays, 70 yards, TOP 1:30 (1st) URI - Feinstein 39 yard field goal - eight plays, 11 yards, TOP2:14 (1st) UNH - Jellison two yard run (Manning Kick) - five plays, 60 yards, TOP 1:41 (1st) UNH - Sicko 24 yard pass from Toman (Mainning Kick) - 10 plays, 76 yards, TOP 3:22 (2nd) UNH - Jellison two yard run (Manning Kick) - 13 plays, 81 yards, TOP 4:26 (2nd) URI - Ferrer one yard run (Leonard Pass Failed) - six plays, 41 yards, TOP 2:41 (2nd) UNH - Kackert 47 yard run (Manning Kick) - four plays, 66 yards, TOP 0:54 (3rd) URI - Leonard 30 yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - eight plays, 77 yards, TOP 4:06 (3rd) URI - Bellini 20 yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - three plays, 19 yards, TOP 1:34 (3rd) UNH - Manning 42 yard field goal - four plays, six yards, TOP 1:34 (3rd) URI - Leonard 72 yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Paul-Etienne Pass Failed) - three plays, 80 yards, TOP 1:18 (4th) UNH - Jeannot 53 yard pass from Toman (Manning Kick) - four plays, 71 yards, TOP 0:58 (4th) UNH - Jellison four yard run (Manning Kick) - one play, four yards, TOP 0:04 (4th) URI - Leonard 13 yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Paul-Etienne Pass Failed) - six plays, 72 yards, TOP 1:53 (4th) UNH - Manning 47 yard field goal - seven plays, 18 yards, TOP 2:35 (4th) Rhode Island 20 38-111 424 535 5-36.0 3-1 6-72 35:12

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Rhode Island Maine

3 7

7 0

7 21

0 13

-

17 41

URI - Feinstein Kick 38 yard field goal - 14 plays, 46 yards, TOP 6:22 (1st) MAINE - Williams 10 yard pass from Treister (Hesseltine Kick) - 10 plays, 70 yards, TOP 6:10 (1st) URI - Leonard 35 yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - eight plays, 78 yards, TOP 2:35 (2nd) MAINE - Brusko six yard pass from Treister (Hesseltine Kick) - four plays, 21 yards, TOP 1:15 (3rd) MAINE - Treister 23 yard run (Hesseltine Kick) - six plays, 74 yards, TOP 2:25 (3rd) URI - Foster 45 yard interception return (Feinstein Kick) MAINE - Williams 41 yard pass from Treister (Hesseltine Kick) - two plays, 72 yards, TOP 0:35 (3rd) MAINE - Williams 58 yard pass from Treister (Hesseltine Kick) - six plays, 73 yards, TOP 3:25 (4th) MAINE - Jones 18 yard pass from Treister (Hesseltine Kick) - eight plays, 74 yards, TOP 3:39 (4th)

New Hampshire 22 45-262 234 496 4-25.2 2-2 5-35 24:42

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Isijola 13-66; Ferrer 7-47; Lawrence 3-10. UNH - Kackert 15-166; Toman 16-56; Jellison 9-22. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Paul-Etienne 24-45-2-424-4. UNH - Toman 15-27-1-234-2. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Leonard 10-275; Bynum 4-77; Bellini 3-37. UNH - Wright 5-65; Sicko 3-41; Orlando 2-18.

Rhode Island 11 25-13 171 184 9-40.4 0-0 6-53 27:41

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Maine 24 24-46 461 507 4-43.2 0-0 7-56 31:58

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Ferrer 5-19; Isijola 9-8; Lawrence 1-2. MAINE - Treister 12-33; Boone 6-8; Brown 2-4. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Paul-Etienne 13-31-0-137-1; Stefkovich 3-6-0-34-0. MAINE - Treister 38-44-1-461-5. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Leonard 6-102; Bynum 5-40; Isijola 2-14. MAINE - Williams 17-220; Jones 9-128; Brusko 9-57. Tackles (UA-A-Total-Sacks): URI - Damon (3-9-12-0); Weedon (5-5-10-0); O’Connell (5-4-9-0). MAINE - Dennis (3-6-9-0); Givans (3-4-7-0); Nani (1-5-6-0.5).

Tackles (UA-A- Total - Sacks): URI - Damon (6-6-12-0); Hansen (4-4-8-0); Mitchell (3-5-8-0). UNH - Vasso (5-5-10-0); Jackson (2-8-10-0); Klein (4-4-8-0).

GAME 11 (1-10 overall; 0-8 CAA) Northeastern 33, Rhode Island 27

Nov. 21, 2009 - Meade Stadium - Kingston, R.I. Northeastern Rhode Island

10 0

7 7

13 13

3 7

-

33 27

NU - John Griffin 10 yard run (Johnson Kick) - eight plays, 85 yards, TOP 4:02 (1st) NU - Johnson 29 yard field goal - four plays, five yards, TOP 1:30 (1st) URI - Leonard 28 yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - five plays, 52 yards, TOP 2:19 (2nd) NU - Carroll 15 yard run (Johnson Kick) - 10 plays, 76 yards, TOP 5:01 (2nd) NU - Johnson 42 yard field goal - four plays, minus six yards, TOP 1:31 (3rd) URI - Ferrer two yard run (Feinstein Kick) - three plays, four yards, TOP 1:44 (3rd) NU - Johnson 42 yard field goal - nine plays, 52 yards, 4:16 (3rd) URI - Leonard 55 yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick Failed) - two plays, 70 yards, TOP 0:31 (3rd) NU - Griffin 18 yard run (Johnson Kick) - two plays, 19 yards, TOP 0:46 (3rd) NU - Johnson 22 yard field goal - 17 plays, 84 yards, TOP 10:19 (4th) URI - Leonard 31 yard pass from Paul-Etienne (Feinstein Kick) - five plays, 67 yards, TOP 1:29 (4th) Northeastern 21 52-209 133 342 2-36.0 4-1 5-56 36:00

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time of Possession

Rhode Island 15 147 191 338 5-40.2 1-1 3-24 21:48

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att.-Yds): URI - Lawrence 7-67; Ferrer 15-62; Paul-Etienne 10-18. NU - Griffin 28-154; Carroll 17-44; Torres 4-20. Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Yards-Td): URI - Paul-Etienne 8-16-1-191-3. NU - Carroll 9-12-0-73-0. Receiving (Rec-Yards): URI - Leonard 5-163; Bynum 1-17; Wilson 1-7. NU - Griffin 3-29; Conway 2-43; Batts 2-4. Tackles (UA-A- Total - Sacks): URI - Hansen (6-6-12-1); Weedon (6-4-10-1); Damon (6-4-10-1). NU - Akinniyi (5-05-1); Kenney (4-1-5-0.5); Catlin (4-0-4-0).

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 4. 5. 6.

SCORING POINTS SCORED 1. 2.

9.

NAME Ed DiSimone Brian Forster Dameon Reilly Dameon Reilly Tony DiMaggio James Jenkins David Jamison Jayson Davis Dameon Reilly Dave Morrill Dameon Reilly James Jenkins Luther Green David Jamison Vince Nedimyer Jayson Davis Jayson Davis Jerell Jones D.J. Porter Jayson Davis Jayson Davis Derek Cassidy Jimmy Hughes Shawn Leonard Shawn Leonard

POINTS SCORED 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Dameon Reilly Dameon Reilly Brian Forster Brian Forster Pat Abbruzzi Skip Thomas Jayson Davis Jayson Davis Michael Griffin James Jenkins James Jenkins Jason Davis Derek Cassidy Shawn Leonard

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Massachusetts, 10/16/54 vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Lafayette, 10/26/85 vs. Akron, 11/30/85 vs. Hofstra, 10/17/98 vs. Richmond, 10/9/99 vs. Fordham, 9/4/04 vs. Connecticut, 11/17/84 vs. Howard, 9/14/85 vs. Lehigh, 10/12/85 vs. American Int'l, 8/31/96 vs. Hofstra, 9/8/01 vs. Brown, 9/29/01 vs. Hampton, 10/6/01 vs. Brown, 10/5/02 vs. Central Conn., 9/11/04 vs. Hofstra, 9/25/04 vs. Towson, 10/9/04 vs. William & Mary, 9/17/05 vs. Villanova, 10/22/05 vs. James Madison, 10/7/06 vs. New Hampshire, 10/27/07 vs. New Hampshire, 11/7/09 vs. Northeastern, 11/21/09

PTS 102 84 72 72 72 69 68 68 67 66 66 66 66 66

POINTS SCORED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

GAME

TOTAL 30 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

NAME Jayson Davis Dameon Reilly Matt Walker Brian Forster James Jenkins Chris Cassara Pat Abbruzzi David Jamison Shawn Leonard Derek Cassidy

TOTAL 256 228 208 192 168 153 150 140 126 120

TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING 1. 2. 3.

NAME Ed DiSimone James Jenkins James Jenkins Jayson Davis 16 Times

1. 2.

8. 10.

NAME Pat Abbrizzi James Jenkins James Jenkins Jayson Davis Jayson Davis Jayson Davis Derek Cassidy John Newson David Jamison Duke Abbruzzi Jayson Davis

TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING 1. 2. 3.

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NAME Jayson Davis James Jenkins Pat Abbruzzi

YEAR 1985 1984 1984 1985 1954 1993 2004 2005 1985 1996 1998 2002 2006 2009

CAREER

YEARS 2002-05 1983-85 1995-98 1983-85 1996-98 1988-91 1951-54 1998-01 2006-09 2006-08

GAME

TOTAL 5 4 4 4 3

TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING

SEASON

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Massachusetts, 10/16/54 vs. Brown, 10/3/98 vs. Hofstra,10/17/98 vs. Fordham, 9/4/04 last -Jimmy Hughes vs. New Hampshire, 10/27/07

TOTAL 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 9 9

TOTAL 42 27 25

SEASON

YEAR 1954 1996 1998 2002 2004 2005 2006 1990 2001 1939 2003

CAREER

YEARS 2002-05 1996-98 1951-54

8. 9. 10.

David Jamison Derek Cassidy John Newson James Jenkins Jerell Jones Joe Casey Leroy Shaw David Jamison

23 20 17 17 16 16 15 13

TOUCHDOWNS RECEIVING 1.

5.

NAME Dameon Reilly Brian Forster Dameon Reilly Tony DiMaggio Dameon Reilly Bobby Forster Bobby Apgar Dameon Reilly Grant Denniston Frank Geiselman Shawn Leonard Shawn Leonard

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

NAME Dameon Reilly Dameon Reilly Brian Forster Brian Forster Bobby Apgar Shawn Leonard Tony DiMaggio Bobby Apgar Bobby Apgar Dameon Reilly Bob Donfield

TOUCHDOWNS RECEIVING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

NAME Dameon Reilly Brian Forster Bobby Apgar Shawn Leonard Tony DiMaggio Darren Rizzi Frank Geiselman Cy Butler Bob Donfield T.J. DelSanto

POINTS BY KICKING 1. 2. 5. 8.

NAME Louis Feinstein Chris Cassara Skip Thomas Colin Gallagher Ralph Guerriero Skip Thomas LOUIS FEINSTEIN Ralph Guerriero Ralph Guerriero Chris Cassara Matt Walker Colin Gallagher Bryan Giannecchini

POINTS BY KICKING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Skip Thomas Michael Griffin Colin Gallagher Matt Walker Ralph Guerriero Matt Walker LOUIS FEINSTEIN Matt Walker Shane Laisle Chris Cassara

POINTS BY KICKING 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 8.

NAME Matt Walker Shane Laisle Chris Cassara Michael Griffin Colin Gallagher Skip Thomas Ralph Guerriero LOUIS FEINSTEIN Rick Viall

GAME

TOTAL 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

TOUCHDOWNS RECEIVING

1998-01 2005-08 1988-91 1996-97 2003-07 2005-09 1977-80 1999-2000

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Lafayette, 10/26/85 vs. Akron, 11/30/85 vs. Lehigh, 10/12/85 vs. Delaware, 9/12/87 vs. Maine, 9/10/94 vs. Connecticut, 11/17/84 vs. Vermont, 10/10/70 vs. Brown, 9/24/66 vs. New Hampshire, 11/7/09 vs. Northeastern, 11/21/09

SEASON

TOTAL 17 14 12 12 12 11 9 7 7 7 7

YEAR 1985 1984 1984 1985 1994 2009 1985 1993 1995 1983 1984

CAREER

TOTAL 38 32 26 21 15 15 14 14 13 11

YEARS 1983-85 1983-85; 1987 1993-95 2006-09 1982-85 1989-92 1965-67 1993-96 1983-87 1980-82

GAME

TOTAL 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10

OPPONENT, DATE vs. New Hampshire , 9/13/08 vs. Northeastern, 11/5/88 vs. Brown, 10/2/93 vs. Villanova, 10/22/05 vs. So. Connecticut, 10/23/82 vs. Maine, 10/16/93 vs. Fordham, 9/5/09 vs. Northeastern, 9/13/80 vs. Maine, 9/18/82 vs. Delaware, 9/17/88 vs. Massachusetts, 9/30/95 vs. Maine, 11/12/05 vs. Fordham, 9/1/07

TOTAL 69 67 65 63 60 59 56 52 52 51

TOTAL 208 165 144 111 111 109 104 102 77

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9. 10.

Walter Christiansen Paul Stringfellow

70 67

1973-75 1983-85

RUSHING LONGEST RUSH 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Pat Abbruzzi Danny Weed Wendall Williams Donald Brown John Newson Shundell Hicks James Jenkins Jerell Jones Derek Cassidy Rich Remondino

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

NAME Frantzy Jourdain David Jamison Joe Casey Cy Butler David Jamison John Newson Rick Kelly Jon Rodgers Cal Whitfield Shyron Sanford David Jamison David Jamison Jason Ham

RUSHES 1. 2. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Davis Jamison Cal Whitfield James Jenkins James Jenkins Joe Casey Jason Ham David Jamison Jason Ham Rich Kelly Jayson Davis

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

NAME James Jenkins David Jamison Leroy Shaw Joe Casey Pat Abbruzzi Jason Ham Chris Poirier

GAME

YDS 99 95 95 89 89 87 86 84 80 74

OPPONENT, DATE vs. New Hampshire, 10/4/52 vs. Northeastern, 9/22/74 vs. Villanova, 10/11/03 vs. New Hampshire, 10/4/58 vs. Richmond, 10/14/91 vs. Northeastern, 11/17/92 vs. Hofstra, 10/17/98 vs. James Madison, 10/13/07 vs. Merrimack, 9/9/06 vs. Boston Univ., 10/26/74

TOTAL 46 45 41 37 36 35 35 33 33 33 33 33 33

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Maine, 10/16/93 vs. New Hampshire, 10/20/01 vs. Villanova, 10/22/05 vs. Brown, 10/2/93 vs. Northeastern, 10/21/00 vs. Brown, 9/22/90 vs. Massachusetts, 10/6/84 vs. Connecticut, 11/14/81 vs. Springfield, 11/20/82 vs. James Madison, 11/15/97 vs. Delaware, 8/30/01 vs. William & Mary, 10/13/01 vs. Hofstra, 11/15/03

GAME

TOTAL 307 283 256 254 235 233 227 218 217 216

TOTAL 765 703 699 592 562 556 532

SEASON

YEAR 1993 1985 2005 1998 1982 1995 2008 1996 2002 1990

CAREER

YEARS 1995-98 2000-03 1988-91 1984-86 2004-06 1993-94 1979-82 2008- present 1977-78

Joe Casey ranks fourth on the URI career rushing yards list.

SEASON

YEAR 2001 1982 1997 1998 2005 2003 2000 2004 1984 2002

CAREER

YEARS 1996-98 1998-01 1977-80 2005-09 1951-54 2001-04 1986-89


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 8. 9. 10.

Jayson Davis Jon Rodgers John Newson

RUSHING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Pat Abbruzzi David Jamison Pat Abbruzzi Jon Rodgers David Jamison Jayson Davis Jayson Davis Jeff West David Jamison Joe Casey

517 424 398

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME David Jamison Joe Casey James Jenkins Cal Whitfield Pat Abbruzzi Jason Ham David Jamison James Jenkins Rich Remondino James Jenkins

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

OPPONENT, DATE vs. New Hampshire, 10/4/52 vs. New Hampshire, 10/20/01 vs. Connecticut, 11/13/54 vs. Connecticut, 11/14/81 vs. Brown, 9/29/01 vs. Brown, 10/2/02 vs. Villanova, 10/22/05 vs. Northeastern, 11/19/05 vs. New Hampshire, 9/9/00 vs. Villanova, 10/22/05

YDS 1,320 1,245 1,206 1,200 1,189 1,119 1,065 1,032 1,008 977

RUSHING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4.

GAME

YDS 306 260 306 197 197 194 189 179 172 172

RUSHING YARDS

NAME Pat Abbruzzi James Jenkins David Jamison Jayson Davis Joe Casey Leroy Shaw Jason Ham Chris Poirier Jon Rodgers Shyron Sanford

2002-04 1977; 1979-80 1988-91

YDS 3,389 3,215 3,087 2,901 2,915 2,765 2,630 2,217 1,802 1,795

SEASON

YEAR 2001 2005 1998 1982 1952 2003 2000 1997 1974 1996

CAREER

YEARS 1951-54 1996-98 1998-01 2002-05 2005-PRES. 1977-80 2001-04 1986-89 1977; 1979-81 1995-98

PASSING LONGEST PASS COMPLETION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

YDS - PLAYERS 98 - S. Monaco to E. Foster 95 - S. Crone to D. Weed 85 - S. Donovan to M. Rodgers 84 - D. Grimsich to J. Tolento 83 - D. Cassidy to J. Hughes 81 - L. Caswell to D. Narcessian 81 - C. Hixson to C. Butler 80 - D. Grimsich to T.J. DelSanto 79 - J. Weaver to S. Jacobs 78 - R. Bulgar to K. Gibson

PASSES COMPLETED 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Greg Farland Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Tom Ehrhardt Greg Farland Greg Farland

PASSES COMPLETED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

GAME

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Greg Farland Chris Hixson Chris Hixson Chris Hixson Chris Hixson Dave Wienke Kevin Neville Tony Squitieri

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Holy Cross, 9/3/88 vs. Northeastern, 9/22/73 vs. New Hampshire, 11/10/90 vs. Connecticut, 11/15/80 vs. New Hampshire, 9/13/08 vs. Vermont, 10/12/68 vs. Maine, 9/9/95 vs. Boston Univ. ,10/16/82 vs. Villanova, 11/21/98 vs. Hofstra, 10/17/98

GAME

TOTAL 43 40 40 39 38 37 35 34 34 34 32 32 32

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Akron, 11/30/85 vs. Lehigh, 10/12/85 vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Furman, 12/7/85 vs. Boston Univ., 10/18/86 vs. Massachusetts, 10/6/84 vs. New Hampshire, 11/2/85 vs. Richmond, 12/1/84 vs. Maine, 9/22/84 vs New Hampshire, 9/13/08 vs. Boston Univ., 10/19/85 vs. Towson State, 9/13/86 vs. Connecticut, 11/15/86

TOTAL 365 308 261 199 190 177 162 162 150 145 144

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 2008 1986 1995 1994 1993 1996 1983 1990 1990

PASSES COMPLETED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Chris Hixson Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Tony Squitieri Steve Monaco Kevin Neville Bob Ehrhardt Larry Caswell Steve Tosches Steve Farland

PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Greg Farland Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Larry Caswell Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Tom Ehrhardt

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Greg Farland Dave Wienke Chris Hixson Tony Squitieri Chris Hixson Chris Hixson Kevin Neville

PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Chris Hixson Derek Cassidy Steve Monaco Larry Caswell Tony Squitieri Kevin Neville Greg Farland Bob Ehrhardt Dave Grimsich

YEARS 1993-96 1984-85 2005-08 1992-94 1987-90 1987-90 1969-71 1966-68 1977-78 1984-86

GAME

TOTAL 78 70 70 67 65 63 62 61 61 61 60

PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CAREER

TOTAL 691 673 409 280 275 260 255 242 224 214

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Furman 12/7/85 vs. Akron 11/30/85 vs. Brown 10/18/86 vs. Brown 9/28/85 vs. Lehigh 10/12/85 vs. Boston Univ. 10/19/85 vs. New Hampshire 11/2/85 vs. Maine 9/20/86 vs. Montana State 12/8/84 vs. New Hampshire 9/13/08 vs. Connecticut 11/16/85

SEASON

TOTAL 645 536 440 397 338 330 302 295 285 276

YEAR 1985 1984 2008 1986 1983 1995 1992 1994 1996 1990

CAREER

TOTAL 1,181 1,179 741 586 569 563 544 525 502 483

YEARS 1984-85 1993-96 2005-08 1987-90 1966-68 1991-94 1987-90 1984-86 1969-71 1980-82

PASSING PERCENTAGE

(minimum 10 completions) NAME 1. Jeff Weaver 2. Derek Cassidy 3. Steve Tosches 4. Steve Tosches Chris Hixson 6. Steve Tosches 7. Chris Hixson 8. Tom Ehrhardt 9. Derek Cassidy 10. Tom Ehrhardt

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

NAME Chris Hixson Steve Tosches Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Bob Ehrhardt Greg Farland Tony Squitieri

YARDS PASSING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Tom Ehrhardt CHRIS PAUL-ETIENNE Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt

.473 (210-444) .469 (275-586) .466 (153-328)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Chris Hixson Chris Hixson Chris Hixson Dave Wienke Ken Mastrole Kevin Neville Greg Farland

NAME Chris Hixson Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Tony Squitieri Kevin Neville Bob Ehrhardt Larry Caswell Jayson Davis Dave Grimsich Steve Monaco

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 2.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Lehigh, 10/12/85 vs. Furman, 12/7/85 vs. Akron, 11/30/85 vs. Brown, 9/28/85 vs. New Hampshire, 11/2/85 vs. New Hampshire, 9/13/08 vs. Northeastern, 10/13/84 vs. New Hampshire, 11/7/09 vs. Brown, 9/29/84 vs. Massachusetts, 10/6/84

YDS 4,508 3,870 2,759 2,250 2,218 2,212 2,117 2,113 2,070 2,058

YARDS PASSING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

GAME

YDS 566 520 494 472 461 446 436 425 424 410 408

YARDS PASSING

YDS 8,407 8,378 5,005 3,730 3,463 3,176 3,119 3,118 3,016 2,976

TOTAL 8 5 5 5 5

1973-75 1987-90 1979-81

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 2008 1995 1993 1994 1983 1999 1990 1986

CAREER

YEARS 1993-96 1984-85 2005-08 1991-94 1987-90 1969-71 1966-68 2003-05 1980-82 1987-90

GAME

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs Brown, 10/4/08 vs. Brown, 9/29/1984 vs. Lehigh, 10/12/85 vs. Lafayette, 10/26/85

OPPONENT, DATE vs. James Madison, 10/31/98 vs. Army, 9/9/07 vs. New Hampshire, 11/4/78 vs. Kings Point, 11/11/78 vs. Maine, 9/9/95 vs. Maine, 10/7/78 vs. Boston Univ., 10/14/95 vs. Lafayette, 9/8/84 vs. Northeastern, 11/17/06 vs. Maine, 9/22/84

PASSING PERCENTAGE

PASSING PERCENTAGE

Steve Crone Steve Monaco Terry Lynch

GAME

PCT .850 (17-20) .846 (11-13) .823 (14-17) .761 (16-21) .761 (16-21) .750 (12-16) .722 (13-18) .714 (20-28) .706 (12-17) .694 (34-49)

(minimum 100 attempted) NAME 1. Steve Tosches 2. Chris Hixson 3. Chris Hixson 4. Derek Cassidy 5. Chris Hixson 6. Tom Ehrhardt 7. Billy Jack Haskins 8. Chris Hixson 9. Tom Ehrhardt 10. Steve Tosches

8. 9. 10.

SEASON PCT .606 (114-188) .602 (162-269) .600 (117-295) .593 (261-440) .576 (190-330) .575 (308-536) .570 (69-122) .568 (162-285) .566 (365-645) .558 (110-197)

PCT .586 (691-1,179) .582 (224-385) .570 (673-1,181) .552 (409-741) .508 (255-502) .490 (257-525) .490 (72-148)

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

YEAR 1978 1993 1994 2008 1995 1984 1997 1996 1985 1977

CAREER YEARS 1993-96 1977-78 1984-85 2005-2008 1969-71 1984-86 1991-94

Tom Ehrhardt threw for a school-record 4,508 yards from 1984-85.

69


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 7.

Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ryan Tom Ehrhardt Chris Hixson CHRIS PAUL-ETIENNE

5 4 4 4 4

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 2. 3. 6. 8. 10.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Chris Hixson Chris Hixson Derek Cassidy Dave Grimsich CHRIS PAUL-ETIENNE Dave Wienke Chris Hixson Larry Caswell Chris Hixson

TOTAL 42 36 15 15 15 14 14 13 13 12 12

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Chris Hixson Derek Cassidy Dave Grimsich Tony Squitieri Larry Caswell Bob Ehrhardt Steve Crone Steve Monaco Jayson Davis

INTERCEPTIONS 1. 3.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Greg Farland Greg Meyer Dave Wienke Greg McFarland Tom Ehrhardt Paul Ghilani Tony Squitieri

TOTAL 78 55 31 24 23 19 18 17 16 16

5. 6. 7. 10.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Dave Grimsich Dave Wienke Greg Farland Tom Ehrhardt Tom Fay Tony Squitieri Chris Hixson Derek Cassidy Chris Hixson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

NAME Chris Hixson Dave Grimsich Tom Ehrhardt Steve Crone Greg Farland Steve Monaco Tony Squitieri Derek Cassidy Kevin Neville Dave Wienke

YEAR 1985 1984 1994 1995 2008 1982 2009 1983 1996 1967 1993

CAREER

YEARS 1984-85 1993-96 2005-08 1980-82 1991-94 1966-68 1969-71 1973-75 1987-90 2002-05

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Furman, 12/7/85 vs. Connecticut, 11/15/86 vs. Holy Cross, 9/22/79 vs. Connecticut, 11/12/83 vs. Delaware, 9/7/85 vs. Brown, 9/28/85 vs. New Hampshire, 11/1/86 vs. Connecticut, 11/21/92

TOTAL 27 24 23 23 19 15 14 14 14 13

INTERCEPTIONS

SEASON

GAME

TOTAL 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

INTERCEPTIONS 1. 2. 3.

vs. Akron, 11/30/85 vs. Northeastern, 9/21/74 Four Times Three Times vs. New Hampshire, 11/7/09

TOTAL 48 40 36 31 31 28 28 28 26 25

SEASON YEAR 1985 1981 1983 1986 1984 1966 1992 1995 2008 1994

CAREER

PASSES CAUGHT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Brian Forster Brian Forster Dameon Reilly Darren Rizzi Cy Butler Tony DiMaggio Bobby Apgar Cy Butler Dameon Reilly BRANDON JOHNSON-FARRELL

PASSES CAUGHT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Brian Forster Cy Butler Dameon Reilly Darren Rizzi Tony DiMaggio Bobby Apgar Shawn Leonard Bob Donfield Jim Muse Henry Walker

RECEIVING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Brian Forster Brian Forster Shawn Leonard Brian Forster Bobby Apgar Brian Forster Brian Forster Dameon Reilly Darren Rizzi Darren Rizzi

RECEIVING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Brian Forster Brian Forster Dameon Reilly Darren Rizzi Bobby Apgar Dameon Reilly Shawn Leonard Cy Butler Tom Mut Tony DiMaggio

RECEIVING YARDS 1. 2. 3.

NAME Brian Forster Dameon Reilly Bobby Apgar

SEASON

TOTAL 128 100 75 74 73 72 67 60 58 57

YEAR 1985 1984 1985 1992 1994 1985 1994 1995 1984 2008

CAREER

TOTAL 284 189 165 160 149 145 143 134 118 105

YEARS 1983-85; 1987 1993-96 1983-85 1989-92 1982-85 1993-95 2006-09 1983-87 1984-87 1966-68

GAME

YDS 327 299 275 252 206 205 205 204 164 162

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Brown, 9/28/85 vs. Lehigh, 10/12/85 vs. New Hampshire, 11/7/09 vs. Richmond, 12/1/84 vs. Brown, 9/24/93 vs. Northeastern, 11/9/85 vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Delaware, 9/19/92 vs. Hofstra, 10/2/92

SEASON

YDS 1,819 1,357 1,208 1,103 1,042 902 858 828 803 800

YDS 3,944 2,698 2,431

YEAR 1985 1984 1985 1992 1994 1984 2009 1994 1982 1985

YEARS 1993-96 1980-82 1984-85 1973-75 1984-86 1987-90 1991-94 2005-08 1987-90 1969-71

1. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

NAME Brian Forster Brian Forster Brian Forster Brian Forster Brian Forster Cy Butler Brian Forster Tony DiMaggio Brian Forster Tony DiMaggio Bob Donfield Darren Rizzi

TOTAL 18 18 17 16 15 15 12 12 11 11 11 11

2,426 2,353 2,348 1,724 1,595 1,495 1,488

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

NAME BRANDON JOHNSON FARRELL Raji El-Amin Cy Butler Wendall Williams Jerell Jones Brian Merritt Jerell Jones Brian Merritt Cy Butler Lance Small

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME BRANDON JOHNSON FARRELL Raji El-Amin Wendall Williams Cy Butler Brian Merritt Jerell Jones Brian Merritt Lance Small Jerell Jones Wendall Williams

7.

NAME Ron Iannotti Cy Butler Cy Butler Chris Pierce Cy Butler Lance Small Chris Peirce Manny DeSousa Lance Small Jerell Jones

YEAR 2008 2006 1994 2003 2005 1992 2007 1991 1993 2000

SEASON

YEAR 2008 2006 2003 1994 1991 2005 1992 2000 2007 2001

SEASON

TOTAL 38 34 31 26 22 22 20 20 20 20

PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

SEASON

YDS 907 860 769 694 622 618 614 552 541 532

PUNT RETURNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1989-92 2006-09 1993-96 1982-85 1983-87 2005-PRES. 1965-67

TOTAL 42 36 34 34 31 29 27 26 26 23

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS

NAME Cy Butler Cy Butler Chris Pierce Cy Butler Lance Small Ron Iannotti Gregg Hoffman Lance Small Lance Small Raji El-Amin

YEAR 1998 1994 1995 1990 1996 2000 1991 1997 1999 2004

SEASON

TOTAL 404 266 261 226 209 192 174 139 137 137

YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE - QB 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

GAME

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt

YDS (PASS/RUSH) 566 (566/0) 509 (520/-11) 480 (494/-14) 477 (461/16) 454 (436/18) 432 (472/-40) 428 (446/-18) 413 (408/5)

YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE - QB

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Richmond, 12/1/84 vs. Brown, 9/28/85 vs. Lehigh 10/12/85 vs. Connecticut 11/16/85 vs. Northeastern 11/9/85 vs. Massachusetts 10/1/94 vs. Massachusetts 10/6/84 vs. Massachusetts 10/6/84 vs. Maine 9/21/85 vs. Akron 11/30/85 vs. Boston Univ. 10/19/85 vs. Hofstra 10/2/92

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Cy Butler is No. 2 all-time in receptions at URI with 189.

70

Darren Rizzi Shawn Leonard Cy Butler Tony DiMaggio Bob Donfield Shawn Leonard Fran Geiselman

YEAR 1995 1994 1990 1996 2001 1998 1992 1999 2000 2006

TOTAL OFFENSE

RECEIVING PASSES CAUGHT

CAREER

YEARS 1983-85; 1987 1983-85 1993-95

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Tom Ehrhardt Derek Cassidy Chris Hixson Kevin Neville Chris Hixson Dave Wienke Chris Hixson Greg Farland Dave Grimsich

YDS (PASS/RUSH) 4,372 (4,508/-136) 3,691 (3,870/-179) 2,832 (2759/75) 2,158 (2,250/-92) 2,141 (2,070/71) 2,116 (2,218/-102) 2,114 (2,117/-3) 2,038 (2,223/-185) 1,873 (2,058/-185) 1,856 (1,610/246)

GAME

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Lehigh, 10/12/85 vs. Furman, 12/7/85 vs. Brown, 9/28/85 vs. New Hampshire, 9/13/08 vs. Akron,11/30/85 vs. New Hampshire, 11/2/85 vs. Massachusetts, 10/6/84

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 2008 1995 1990 1993 1983 1994 1986 1982


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE - QB 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Tom Ehrhardt Chris Hixson Jayson Davis Derek Cassidy Vince Nedimyer Kevin Neville Tony Squitieri Pat Abbruzzi James Jenkins Bob Ehrhardt

YDS (PASS/RUSH) 8,063 (8,378/-315) 7,927 (8,407/-480) 5,822 (3,118/2,704) 5,648 (5,005/643) 3,578 (2,705/873) 3,558 (3,463/95) 3,518 (3,640/-122) 3,389 (3,389/0) 3,345 (3,345/0) 3,243 (3,176/67)

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE

(Rushing, Receiving, Kickoff and Punt Returns) NAME YDS 1. Wendall Williams 1,964 2. Brian Forster 1,915 3. Cy Butler 1,801 4. James Jenkins 1,689 5. Cal Whitfield 1,657 6. Doug Haynes 1,569 7. Cy Butler 1,547 8. BRANDON JOHNSON-FARRELL 1,478 9. Chris Poirier 1,471 10. James Jenkins 1,465

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE

(Rushing, Receiving, Kickoff and Punt Returns) NAME YDS 1. Cy Butler 5,380 2. Chris Poirier 4,691 3. James Jenkins 4,515 4. Wendall Williams 4,346 5. Brian Forster 4,046 6. Leroy Shaw 3,917 7. Pat Abbruzze 3,389 8. Chris Pierce 3,495 9. Jerell Jones 3,414 10. David Jamison 3,310 11. Joe Casey 3,064

LONGEST PUNT 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

NAME Mike Cassidy Chris Cassara Steve Caizzi Steve Caizzi Jason Christopher Rob Welsh Bob Ehrhardt Rob Welsh Ralph Guerrieri Shane Laisle Bryan Giannecchini

PUNTS 1. 4. 6.

NAME Ralph Guerriero Steve Caizzi Chris Cassara Ralph Guerriero Kevin Dobryzinski Ralph Guerriero Steve Goodrich Chris Cassara Pat Donohue Kevin Dobryzinski Shane Laisle TIM EDGER TIM EDGER

PUNTS 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME John Anderson Rick Viall Kevin Dobryzinski Chris Cassara Jason Christopher TIM EDGER Leon Spinney Shane Laisle Steve Goodrich Shane Laisle TIM EDGER

PUNTS 1. 2.

NAME Chris Cassara Jason Christopher

CAREER

YEARS 1984-85 1993-96 2002-05 2005-08 1998-01 1987-90 1991-94 1951-54 1996-98 1969-71

SEASON YEAR 2003 1985 1994 1998 1982 1986 1995 2008 1989 1997

CAREER SEASON 1993-96 1985-89 1996-98 2000-03 1983-85; 1987 1977-80 1951-54 1989-92 2004-07 1998-01 2005-09

GAME

YDS 88 75 74 74 73 71 70 69 69 68 68

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Montana State, 12/8/84 vs. New Hampshire, 11/10/85 vs. Massachusetts, 10/2/82 vs. Massachusetts, 10/4/80 vs. Maine, 9/6/97 vs. Brown, 9/29/79 vs. Boston Univ. 10/23/71 vs. Brown, 9/25/76 vs. Maine, 9/20/80 vs. Massachusetts, 11/22/03 vs. Brown, 9/29/07

3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 9. 10.

John Anderson Shane Laisle Ralph Guerriero Jay Monaghan Bryan Giannecchini TIM EDGER Rich Viall Kevin Dobryzinski Leon Spinney

PUNTING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME John Anderson TIM EDGER Rick Viall Jason Christopher Shane Laisle Chris Cassara Jason Christopher Kevin Dobryzinski Leon Spinney Shane Laisle

PUNTING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Chris Cassara Jason Christopher Shane Laisle John Anderson Ralph Guerriero TIM EDGER Bryan Giannecchini Rick Viall Jay Monaghan Kevin Dobryzinski Leon Spinney

PUNTING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Jason Christopher TIM EDGER Bryan Giannecchini Shane Laisle Dan Callahan Chris Cassara Shane Laisle Steve Caizzi Bryan Giannecchini Chris Cassara

PUNTING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4.

NAME TIM EDGER Shane Laisle Jason Christopher Bryan Giannecchini

215 215 167 139 134 131 128 125 110

YDS 2,958 2,946 2,866 2,703 2,701 2,667 2,627 2,591 2,583 2,364

YDS 8,782 8,514 8,456 7,481 5,834 5,230 5,174 4,616 4,463 4,098 3,996

AVG (PUNTS/YDS) 42.4 (62-2,627) 41.5 (71-2,946) 41.0 (43-1,761) 41.6 (65-2,701) 40.3 (45-1,812) 40.2 (43-1,729) 39.4 (60-2,364) 39.2 (25-981) 38.7 (47-1,821) 38.3 (59-2,261)

AVG (PUNTS/YDS) 39.9 (131-5,230) 39.3 (215-8,456) 38.7 (220-8,514) 38.6 (134-5,174)

1972-75 2000-03 1979-82 1968-70 2004-07 2008-present 1977-78 1994-95 1967-68

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

SEASON

CONSECUTIVE PAT'S

YEAR 1972 2009 1977 1999 2002 1988 1997 1995 1967 2001

CAREER

YEARS 1988-91 1996-99 2000-03 1972-75 1979-82 2008-present 2004-07 1977-78 1968-70 1994-95 1967-68

CAREER

YEARS 2008-present 2000-03 1996-99 2004-07

GAME

TOTAL 12 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

TOTAL 85 78 78 76 72 71 69 65 61 60 60

TOTAL 236 222

4. 6. 8.

NAME Bob McCabe Michael Griffin Shane Laisle Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Colin Gallagher Colin Gallagher Bryan Giannecchini

1.

NAME Shane Laisle

EXTRA POINTS MADE 1. 4.

9.

NAME Bob McCabe Michael Griffin Shane Laisle Ralph Guerriero Matt Walker Wally Christensen Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Wally Christensen Michael Griffin Chris Cassara Colin Gallagher Colin Gallagher Colin Gallagher

TOTAL 106

5. 6. 8. 9.

NAME Michael Griffin Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Shane Laisle Paul Stringfellow Ralph Guerriero Chris Cassara Matt Walker Colin Gallagher LOUIS FEINSTEIN

NAME Shane Laisle Matt Walker Chris Cassara Shane Laisle Michael Griffin Wally Christensen Paul Stringfellow Ralph Guerriero LOUIS FEINSTEIN Colin Gallagher

1. 2. 4.

NAME Bob McCabe Michael Griffin Shane Laisle Ralph Guerriero Matt Walker Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Colin Gallagher

TOTAL 106 94 78 69 63 55 52 48 48 41

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

CAREER

NAME Michael Griffin Paul Stringfellow Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Shane Laisle Ralph Guerriero Chris Cassara

SEASON

YEAR 1985 2003 2005 2001 1984 1982 1991 1996 2006 2009

CAREER

YEARS 2000-03 1995-96 1988-91 2000-02 1983; 1985-86 1973-75 1983-84 1980-82 2008-present 2004-05

GAME

TOTAL 10 8 8 7 7 7 7 7

EXTRA POINTS ATTEMPTED

YEARS 2000-02

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Vermont, 9/26/42 vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Hampton, 10/6/01 vs. Maine, 9/18/82 vs. American Int'l, 8/31/96 vs. Northeastern, 9/21/74 vs. New Hampshire, 9/20/03 vs. Central Conn., 9/10/05 vs. Bridgeport, 11/9/74 vs. Lehigh, 10/12/85 vs. Towson State, 9/28/91 vs. William & Mary, 9/17/05 vs. Villanova, 10/22/05 vs. Merrimack, 9/9/06

TOTAL 46 37 35 35 32 30 30 28 25 25

EXTRA POINTS MADE

CAREER GAME

TOTAL 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

EXTRA POINTS MADE 1. 2. 3.

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Vermont, 10/4/42 vs. Connecticut, 11/12/83 vs. Hampton, 10/6/01 vs. New Hampshire, 9/20/03 vs. Central Conn., 9/10/05 vs. Villanova, 10/22/05 vs. Merrimack, 9/9/06 vs. Hofstra, 9/25/04

EXTRA POINTS ATTEMPTED

YEAR 1972 1977 1995 1988 1999 2009 1967 2002 1987 2001 2008

1988-91 1967-68 1977-78 1979-82 1972-75 1994-95

GAME

TOTAL 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 5

CONSECUTIVE PAT’S

10.

SEASON

YEARS 1988-91 1996-99

1.

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

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Northeastern, 10/10/81 vs. Idaho State, 12/5/81 vs. Connecticut, 11/19/88 vs. Massachusetts, 10/3/81 vs. Massachusetts, 10/1/94 vs. Virginia Tech, 10/11/80 vs. Richmond, 10/24/87 vs. Maine, 10/15/88 vs. New Hampshire, 11/13/93 vs. Delaware State, 9/2/95 vs. Maine, 11/3/01 vs. Brown, 10/3/09 vs. William and Mary, 10/31/09

37.2 (236-8,782) 36.3 (110-3,996) 36.1 (128-4,616) 34.9 (167-5,834) 34.8 (215-7,481) 34.7 (103-3,570)

KICKING

SEASON YEAR 1997 2009 2007 2002 1973 1990 2001 1982 2006 1991

Chris Cassara Leon Spinney Rick Viall Ralph Guerriero John Anderson Kevin Dobryzinski

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Vermont, 9/26/42 vs. Connecticut, 11/16/85 vs. Hampton, 10/6/01 vs. Maine, 9/18/82 vs. American Int'l, 8/31/96 vs. New Hampshire, 9/20/03 vs. Central Conn., 9/10/05 vs. William & Mary, 9/17/05

TOTAL 51 38 37 36 35 33 33

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 2003 2005 2001 1982 1991

Bryan Giannecchini averaged 41.0 yards per punt in 2007

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

71


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 8. 9.

Matt Walker Chris Cassara Matt Walker

31 29 29

EXTRA POINTS ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Shane Laisle Matt Walker Chris Cassara Matt Walker Michael Griffin Colin Gallagher Wally Christensen Paul Stringfellow Ralph Guerriero LOUIS FEINSTEIN

TOTAL 107 101 80 80 71 70 67 64 59 54

EXTRA POINT PERCENTAGE

(Minimum Five Made) NAME 1. Michael Griffin Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Ralph Guerriero Matt Walker Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Michael Griffin Chris Cassara Colin Gallagher

PCT 1.000 (8-8) 1.000 (8-8) 1.000 (7-7) 1.000 (7-7) 1.000 (7-7) 1.000 (7-7) 1.000 (6-6) 1.000 (6-6) 1.000 (6-6) 1.000 (6-6)

EXTRA POINT PERCENTAGE 1. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Shane Laisle Shane Laisle Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Matt Walker Matt Walker Skip Thomas Shane Laisle LOUIS FEINSTEIN Skip Thomas

PCT 1.000 (37-37) 1.000 (35-35) 1.000 (20-20) .972 (25-26) .957 (22-23) .955 (21-22) .947 (18-19) .933 (14-15) .925 (25-27) .923 (13-14)

EXTRA POINT PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9.

NAME Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Skip Thomas Matt Walker Chris Cassara LOUIS FEINSTEIN Michael Griffin Rich Viall Wally Christensen Paul Stringfellow Bryan Giannecchini

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 1. 2. 4. 6. 7.

NAME Colin Gallagher Wally Christensen Shane Laisle Ralph Guerriero Bryan Giannecchini Matt Walker Chris Cassara Matt Walker Colin Gallagher Colin Gallagher LOUIS FEINSTEIN

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2.

72

NAME Chris Cassara Rod Graham Ralph Guerriero Ralph Guerriero Chris Cassara Skip Thomas Skip Thomas Skip Thomas Skip Thomas Matt Walker Ryan Szczesniak Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Bryan Giannecchini LOUIS FEINSTEIN LOUIS FEINSTEIN

PCT .991 (106-107) .942 (66-70) .939 (31-33) .931 (94-101) .900 (72-80) .888 (48-54) .887 (63-71) .842 (32-38) .820 (55-67) .813 (52-64) .813 (39-48)

YDS 51 50 50 49 49 48 47 47 47 47 47

TOTAL 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

1996 1990 1996

CAREER

YEARS 2000-03 1995-98 1989-91 1995-97 1985-86 2004-06 1974-75 1983-84 1980-82 2008-present

GAME OPPONENT, DATE vs. Connecticut,11/16/85 vs. Hampton, 10/6/01 vs. Central Conn., 9/10/05 vs. Maine. 9/18/82 vs. American Int'l, 8/31/96 vs. New Hampshire, 9/20/03 vs. Villanova, 10/22/05 vs. Lehigh, 10/12/85 vs. Towson, 9/28/91 vs. Merrimack, 9/9/06

SEASON

YEAR 2003 2001 2002 2005 1997 1998 1993 2000 2009 1994

CAREER

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3.

7.

NAME Skip Thomas Matt Walker Matt Walker Shane Laisle Shane Laisle LOUIS FEINSTEIN Ralph Guerriero Rick Viall Ryan Szczesniak Colin Gallagher

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

NAME Matt Walker Shane Laisle Skip Thomas Chris Cassara Matt Walker Shane Laisle Ralph Guerriero LOUIS FEINSTEIN Colin Gallagher Michael Griffin

NAME Chris Cassara Colin Gallagher Bryan Giannecchini

7. 8. 9.

TOTAL 4 3 3

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

GAME

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Fordham, 9/3/05 vs. Brown, 9/28/74 vs. Brown, 10/4/03 vs. Brown, 9/25/82 vs. Richmond, 10/20/07 vs James Madison, 10/31/98 vs. Delaware, 9/17/88 vs. Hofstra, 11/11/95 vs. James Madison, 10/9/06 vs. Maine, 10/28/06 vs. Monmouth, 8/30/08

GAME

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Northeastern, 11/5/88 vs. Connecticut, 11/17/79 vs. Northeastern, 9/13/80 vs. Lehigh, 11/6/82 vs. Delaware, 9/16/88 vs. Northeastern, 9/25/93 vs. Brown, 10/2/93 vs. Maine, 10/16/93 vs. Connecticut, 10/22/94 vs. Hofstra, 10/17/98 vs. Connecticut, 10/2/99 vs. Brown, 10/5/02 vs. Maine, 11/12/05 vs. Fordham, 9/1/07 vs. New Hampshire, 9/13/08 vs. Northeastern, 11/22/08

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Chris Pierce Chris Pierce Wendall Williams Wendall Williams

YDS 98 96 93 92

CAREER

YEARS 1995-98 2000-03 1980-82 1993-94 1988-91 1995-97 2000-02 2004-06 1983-84 2008-present

SEASON

PCT .818 (9-11) .800 (12-16) .786 (11-14) .777 (7-9) .750 (9-12) .727 (8-11) .714 (10-14) .700 (7-10) .700 (14-20) .688 (11-16)

YEAR 1993 2003 2002 2009 1988 2007 2005 1985 1998 2002

CAREER

PCT .722 (26-36) .682 (15-22) .676 (25-37) .667 (32-48) .666 (18-29) .644 (38-59) .588 (10-17) .571 (16-28) .556 (10-18) .548 (17-31)

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 1. 2. 3. 4.

YEAR 1993 1982 1998 1995 1999 2008 2003 1978 2002 2005

TOTAL 59 48 43 36 34 31 30 29 28 27

NAME Skip Thomas Shane Laisle Shane Laisle LOUIS FEINSTEIN Chris Cassara Bryan Giannecchini Colin Gallagher Michael Griffin Matt Walker Shane Laisle

NAME Skip Thomas Rick Viall Chris Cassara Shane Laisle LOUIS FEINSTEIN Matt Walker Bryan Giannecchini Mike Griffin Ryan Szczesniak Colin Gallagher

SEASON

TOTAL 25 24 20 19 18 18 16 15 14 14

NAME Matt Walker Shane Laisle Ralph Guerriero Skip Thomas Chris Cassara Matt Walker Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher Michael Griffin LOUIS FEINSTEIN

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

YEARS 1995-98 2000-03 1993-94 1988-91 1995-97 2000-02 1980-82 2008-present 2004-06 1983; 1985-86

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Northeastern, 11/5/88 vs. Maine, 11/12/05 vs. Fordham, 9/1/07

NAME Skip Thomas Ralph Guerriero Matt Walker Matt Walker Ryan Szczesniak LOUIS FEINSTEIN Shane Laisle Rich Viall Shane Laisle Colin Gallagher

YEARS 2000-03 2004-06 1993-94 1995-98 1988-91 2008-present 1985-86 1977-78 1973-75 1983-84 2004-07

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CAREER

GAME

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

YEAR 1993 1998 1995 2003 2002 2008 1982 1978 1999 2005

TOTAL 38 32 26 25 24 20 18 18 17 16

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 2.

SEASON

TOTAL 17 14 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 10

YEARS 1993-94 1977-78 1988-91 2000-03 2008-present 1995-98 2004-07 1983; 1985-86 1999 2004-06

GAME

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Massachusetts, 10/12/91 vs. Northeastern, 11/9/91 vs. William & Mary, 10/25/03 vs. Massachusetts, 11/23/02

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Chris Pierce Chris Poirier Jerell Jones Doug Haynes Brian Merritt BRANDONJOHNSON-FARRELL

90 89 86 86 83 72

vs. Richmond, 9/9/89 vs. Connecticut, 11/15/86 vs. Central Conn., 9/10/05 vs. Furman, 12/7/85 vs. Connecticut, 11/23/91 vs. Towson, 10/11/08

LONGEST PUNT RETURN 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Raji El-Amin Cy Butler Grant Dennison Cy Butler Cy Butler Lance Small Wendall Williams Tony Hill Chris Pierce Alonzo Boyd

GAME

YDS 86 83 82 80 80 75 75 69 50 49

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Merrimack, 9/9/06 vs. William & Mary, 10/7/95 vs. Brown, 9/30/72 vs. Delaware State, 11/12/94 vs. American Int'l, 8/31/96 vs. Brown, 9/29/01 vs. Richmond, 9/27/03 vs. Howard, 9/1/84 Opponent N/A, 1990 vs. New Hampshire, 10/29/04

DEFENSE TACKLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

NAME LaJhon Jones Gil Rishton Lance Small Miquel Viera ROB DAMON John Avento Preston Letts Preston Letts Andrew Elsing Raquan Pride Teddy Gibbons ROB DAMON MATT HANSEN

TACKLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Marty Coyne Chip Forte Tom Marhefka Miquel Viera Mark Brockwell Pat Lawson Miquel Viera Russell Hunter Mark Dennen Preston Letts ROB DAMON

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Boston Univ., 10/8/94 vs. Boston Univ.,10/24/92 vs. Richmond, 10/25/01 vs. Richmond, 9/19/98 vs. Connecticut, 9/26/09 vs. Boston Univ., 10/26/74 vs. William & Mary, 11/6/99 vs. Connecticut, 10/2/99 vs. Northeastern, 10/12/02 vs. Cincinnati, 11/8/03 vs. Brown, 10/2/04 vs. Massachusetts, 9/19/09 vs. William and Mary, 10/31/09

TOTAL 151 147 144 140 139 136 132 131 126 124 124

TACKLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

GAME

TOTAL 23 22 20 19 19 17 17 16 16 16 16 16 16

NAME Paul Picciotti Lance Small Kurt Brockwell Tom Marhefka LaJhon Jones MATT HANSEN Mark Dennen Jared Elwell Ron Iannotti Frank Ferrara

TOTAL 388 380 354 339 320 287 282 279 277 274

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 1. 2.

NAME Guy Carbone Tony Hill

PASSES INTERCEPTED 1. 2. 4.

NAME Kevin Smith Mike Cassidy Chuck Wesley Joe Ptaszek Guy Carbone Chuck Watson Bill Brown Kris Kelly Chuck Welsey Ramone Ellis Chuck Wesley Chuck Wesley Terrence Jones JARROD WILLIAMS

SEASON

YEAR 1992 1981 1977 1998 1984 1986 1997 1991 1982 1999 2009

CAREER

YEARS 1998-01 1998-01 1986-89 1975-78 1994-97 2007-present 1981-83 1994-97 1995-98 1994-98

GAME

YDS 109 (TD) 94

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Lafayette, 10/26/85 vs. Northeastern, 10/8/83

TOTAL 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Massachusetts,10/8/88 vs. Boston Univ.,10/19/85 vs. Hampton, 9/6/01 vs. Lehigh, 11/6/82 vs. Massachusetts, 10/6/84 vs. Massachusetts, 10/5/85 vs. Delaware, 9/17/88 vs. Villanova, 11/2/96 vs. Brown, 10/3/98 vs. Maine, 10/10/98 vs. Massachusetts, 11/7/98 vs. William & Mary, 9/22/01 vs. Villanova, 10/11/03 vs. Towson, 10/10/09

GAME


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PASSES INTERCEPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

NAME Mike Cassidy Tony Hill Kevin Smith Ron Iannotti Lance Small Chuck Wesley Gregg Hoffmann Kevin Smith Guy Carbone Tony Hill Chris Orlando Jim Roberson Ramone Ellis Chuck Welsey

TOTAL 11 9 9 7 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

PASSES INTERCEPTED 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 9.

NAME Kevin Smith Tony Hill Chuck Wesley Guy Carbone Mike Cassidy Lance Small Jim Roberson Raquan Pride Greg Hoffmann Bernie Hoffman Joe Ptaszek

QUARTERBACK SACKS 1. 2.

6. 7.

NAME LaJhon Jones Fearon Wright Frank Ferrara Frank Ferrara Isaiah Grier Dana Hart Charles Babbitt Paul McNulty Frank Ferrara Lou D’Agostino Ryan Carstens Frank Ferrara Carmine Spagnuolo Dustin Picciotti Steve Weedon

TOTAL 23 15 15 14 11 11 10 10 9 9 9

1. 2. 3.

7. 8. 10.

NAME Frank Ferrara Lou D'Agostino Doug Clark Lucien Belanger Will Santi LaJhon Jones Charles Babbitt Steve Garofalo Jeff Chenard Jeff Chenard

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

NAME Frank Ferrara Lou D'Agostino LaJhon Jones Charles Babbitt Jeff Chenard Will Santi John Klumbach Lucien Belanger Doug Clark

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 2.

7.

NAME Frank Ferrara Loue D'Agostino Will Santi LaJhon Jones Frank Ferrara Isaiah Grier Lou D'Agostino LaJhon Jones Will Santi

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 2.

NAME Frank Ferrara Lou D'Agostino

CAREER

YEARS 1987-90 1982-85 1998-01 1982-85 1983-85 1998-00 1978; 1981-82 2003-06 1991-93 1981-84 1979-82

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Brown, 10/18/97 vs. Northeastern, 10/21/00 vs. Brown, 9/28/96 vs. Hofstra, 11/23/96 vs. Hofstra, 9/8/01 vs. Villanova, 10/22/05 vs. VMI, 11/19/77 vs. Boston Univ., 10/28/78 vs. William & Mary, 9/3/94 vs. Brown, 9/23/94 vs. New Hampshire, 9/16/95 vs. Connecticut, 10/21/95 vs. Maine, 10/10/98 vs. Hofstra, 9/25/04 Towson, 10/10/09

TOTAL 15 14 13 13 13 13 11 10 10 9

QUARTERBACK SACKS

YEAR 1985 1983 1988 1998 1999 2001 1991 1990 1983 1982 1995 1982 1997 1998

GAME

TOTAL 4 3 3 3 3 2.5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

QUARTERBACK SACKS

SEASON

TOTAL 33 24 23 20 20 19 16 14 13

SEASON

YEAR 1998 1995 1991 1996 1996 1997 1980 1993 1984 1983

CAREER

YEARS 1995-98 1992-95 1994-97 1977-80 1982-84 1993-96 1988-91 1993-96 1988-91

3. 5. 6. 8.

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Brown, 9/28/96 vs. Connecticut, 10/21/95 vs. Brown, 9/28/96 vs. James Madison, 11/15/97 vs. Massachusetts, 11/7/98 vs. Brown, 9/29/01 vs. Massachusetts, 9/30/95 vs. Delaware, 11/18/95 vs. Maine, 9/21/96

TOTAL 27 19

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

NAME Frank Ferrara LaJhon Jones Loue DAgostino Paul Picciotti MATT HANSEN Fearon Wright Miquel Viera Brian Smith Will Santi Kareem Hinckson

FORCED FUMBLES 1.

NAME Lou D'Agostino Mark Swistak Frank Ferrara Lewis Usher Kyle Beck Steve Weedon

1. 4. 7.

4.

8.

NAME Steve Weedon Lucien Belanger Lou D'Agostino Will Santi Frank Ferrara Matt Hansen LaJhon Jones Jared Elwell Fearon Wright Andrew Elsing Teddy Gibbons Dan Heffron

1.

NAME Karlo Saver Terrence Carter James Olverson MATT RAE

FUMBLE RECOVERIES 1. 2. 3.

NAME Will Santi Frank Ferrara Charles Babbitt Steve Walsh Dennis Talbot Mark Dennen Mike Cassidy Lou D'Agostino

FUMBLE RECOVERIES 1. 2.

8. 10.

NAME Dennis Talbot Gerry Favreau Mark Dennen Mark Brockwell Lou D'Agostino Frank Ferrara Will Santi Charlie Babbitt Gary Tourony Pete Hickey

YEARS 1994-97 1994-97 1993-95 1998-01 2007-present 1999-00 1997-98 1993-95 1993-96 1998-01

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Delaware, 11/18/95 vs. Delaware, 11/18/95 vs. New Hampshire, 9/6/96 vs. Hampton, 10/6/01 vs. Villanova, 10/11/03 vs. Villanova, 10/24/09

SEASON

TOTAL 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

NAME Lou D'Agostino Frank Ferrara Will Santi Jared Elwell LaJhon Jones Lucien Belanger STEVE WEEDON Fearson Wright Eric Gray Raquan Pride MATT HANSEN

FUMBLE RECOVERIES

CAREER

GAME

TOTAL 2 2 2 2 2 2

FORCED FUMBLES 1. 2.

1997 1998 2009 2000 2008 1995 1999 2000

TOTAL 49 35 33 30 28.5 27 25 23 23 21

FORCED FUMBLES

SEASON

YEAR 1998 1995

16 16 14.5 14 14 13 13 13

TACKLES FOR LOSS

GAME

TOTAL 6 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4

LaJhon Jones Miquel Viera ROB DAMON Fearon Wright MATT HANSEN Brian Smith Fearon Wright Eric Gray

YEAR 2009 1996 1995 1995 1998 2008 1997 1997 2000 2003 2004 2004

CAREER

TOTAL 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4

YEARS 1994-95 1995-98 1994-96 1994-97 1994-96 1994-96 2007-09 1999-00 2000-01 2003-06 2007-PRES.

Tony Hill Barney Rinaldi Mark White Jared Elwell

5 5 5 5

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN 1.

NAME Matt Wilson

PASS BREAKUPS 1. 3.

NAME Keith Heinemann Anthony Offord Mark Swistak Chris Lawson Lance Small Chuck Wesley Chuck Wesley Jamal Saleem Andrew Elsing Mark Zlotek Andrew Elsing

PASS BREAKUPS 1. 3.

7. 10.

NAME Jim Robertson Kevin Smith Guy Carbone Tony Hill Chuck Wesley Chuck Wesley Dennis Talbot Raymond Williams Chris Lawson Virgil Gray Raji El-Amin

PASS BREAKUPS 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

NAME Raymond Williams Chuck Wesley Anthony Adams Guy Carbone Jim Robertson Chris Lawson Virgil Gray Tony Hill Ron Iannotti Lance Small

1982-84 1980-82 1983-85 1994-97

GAME

YDS 95

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Hofstra, 10/4/97

GAME

TOTAL 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

OPPONENT, DATE vs. William & Mary, 10/13/01 vs. Massachusetts, 11/23/02 vs. Boston Univ., 10/8/94 vs. Massachusetts, 10/5/96 vs. James Madison, 10/31/98 vs. Brown, 10/16/99 vs. Maine, 10/23/99 vs. Hofstra, 9/8/01 vs. Brown, 10/5/02 vs. Massachusetts, 11/23/02 vs. Northeastern, 9/13/03

TOTAL 12 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 9 9

TOTAL 25 25 22 20 19 18 17 17 15 15

SEASON

YEAR 1981 1988 1984 1984 1999 2001 1981 1985 1996 2005 2006

CAREER

YEARS 1983-85 1998-01 1986-88 1983-85 1981-82 1995-96 2003-05 1982-84 1996-98 1998-01

GAME

TOTAL 2 2 2 2

OPPONENT, DATE vs. Connecticut, 11/6/93 vs. New Hampshire, 11/13/93 vs. Boston Univ., 10/14/95 vs. Fordham, 9/5/09

SEASON

TOTAL 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

TOTAL 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 5

YEAR 1995 1996 1979 1979 1980 1982 1985 1993

CAREER

YEARS 1980-82 1981-83 1981-83 1983-85; 1987-88 1993-94 1994-96; 1998 1994-95 1979-80 1987-90 1981-84

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

Paul Picciotti is URI’s all-time leader in tackles with 388.

73


TEAM RECORDS RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

TOTAL 82 76 76 74 73 73 72 71 70 70 70 70 70

OPPONENT Fordham New Hampshire Hofstra Temple New Hampshire Villanova Fordham William & Mary Connecticut Connecticut Hofstra Towson Maine

RUSHING ATTEMPTS

TOTAL 710 692 681 625 622 614 573 571 546 540

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

RUSHING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL 516 451 479 438 436 433 430 406 395 393

OPPONENT Brooklyn Brown Brown Hofstra Villanova New Hampshire New Hampshire Northeastern Central Conn. New Hampshire

RUSHING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL 4,005 3,504 3,074 2,904 2,565 2,529 2,244 2,122 2,113 2,038

FEWEST YARDS RUSHING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL -46 -42 -41 -26 5 6 10 13 16 17

OPPONENT William and Mary Holy Cross Northeastern Fordham Connecticut Maine Brown Hofstra Delaware Richmond

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4.

8.

TOTAL 10 9 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

OPPONENT Fort Adams Vermont Worcester Tech Connecticut St. Stevens Quonset Naval Air Station Maine Brown Hampton Central Conn. State Villanova

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

74

TOTAL 31 29 28 27 23 23 22

GAME

DATE 9/4/04 10/20/01 11/15/03 11/6/71 9/20/03 10/22/05 9/3/05 10/16/04 11/13/71 11/14/81 9/25/04 10/9/04 11/13/04

SEASON

YEAR 2003 2004 2005 2002 2007 2001 2006 1981 2000 1982

GAME

DATE 11/8/52 10/5/02 9/29/07 11/15/03 10/22/05 10/20/01 10/27/07 9/13/03 9/11/04 9/20/03

SEASON

YEAR 2003 2005 2004 2002 2001 2007 2000 1981 2006 1982

GAME

DATE 10/31/09 9/15/84 11/7/87 9/7/08 11/16/85 9/21/85 9/27/86 11/11/95 9/6/86 10/22/88

GAME

DATE 9/23/16 9/26/42 10/31/42 11/20/09 11/6/15 9/18/48 10/19/91 10/3/98 10/6/01 9/11/04 10/22/05

SEASON

YEAR 2005 2004 2001 2003 1952 2007 1942

8. 9.

21 20 20

PASSES COMPLETED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

TOTAL 45 43 41 40 38 38 35 34 32 32

OPPONENT Furman Akron Connecticut Lehigh Maine New Hampshire New Hampshire Richmond Boston University Northeastern

PASSES COMPLETED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL 419 319 269 262 248 225 207 196 194 191

PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

TOTAL 90 70 70 67 65 64 62 61 61 61

OPPONENT Furman Akron New Hampshire Brown Lehigh Boston University New Hampshire Maine Montana State Connecticut

PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL 761 559 530 461 447 427 427 374 350 339

HIGHEST PASSING PCT.

TOTAL .590 .584 .581 .574 .570 .569 .566 .550 .533 .529

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

YARDS PASSING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL 580 532 520 480 472 461 446 425 424 410

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

OPPONENT Connecticut Furman Lehigh New Hampshire Akron Brown New Hampshire Northeastern New Hampshire Brown TOTAL 5,321 3,985 3,015 2,861 2,779 2,724 2,598

1991 1930 2006

GAME

DATE 12/7/85 11/30/85 11/16/85 10/12/85 9/21/85 9/13/08 11/2/85 12/1/84 10/19/85 11/9/85

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 2008 1986 1994 1999 1992 2008 1995 1993

GAME

DATE 12/7/85 11/30/85 9/13/08 9/28/85 10/12/85 10/19/85 11/2/85 10/22/66 12/8/84 1985

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 1986 2008 1992 1994 1999 1989 1983 2009

SEASON

YEAR 1993 2008 1992 1995 1984 1978 1996 1985 2009 1977

GAME

DATE 11/16/85 12/7/85 10/12/85 9/13/08 11/30/85 9/28/85 11/2/85 10/13/84 11/9/09 9/24/84

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 1994 2008 1986 1992 2008

8. 9. 10.

2,545 2,394 2,284

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 2.

6.

TOTAL 8 5 5 5 5 5 4

OPPONENT Connecticut Brown Brown Lehigh Lafayette Akron

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

TOTAL 47 37 23 21 18 16 15 15 15 14

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

10.

TOTAL YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL 622 610 608 585 578 576 575 549 547 546

OPPONENT Maine Hofstra Brown Connecticut William & Mary Massachusetts Brown Lehigh Furman New Hampshire

TOTAL YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL (5,231/806) (3,985/1,032) (987/4,005) (3,504/1,177) (2,394/1,855) (938/3,074) (1,837/2,038) (1,950/1,912) (2,545/1,297) (1,298/2,529)

6,037 5,017 4,992 4,681 4,249 4,012 3,875 3,862 3,842 3,837

AVG. TOTAL OFFENSE

TOTAL 464.4 453.8 425.5 398.1 386.3 385.9 364.7 352.3 351.1 349.3

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOUCHDOWNS 1. 3. 4.

TOTAL 10 10 9 8 8 8 8 8 8

OPPONENT Fort Adams Vermont Worcester Tech Quonset Naval Air Station Maine Connecticut Maine Hampton Central Conn.

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

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

TOTAL 58 42 37 36 34 33 32 29

1993 1990 1995

EXTRA POINTS 1.

GAME

DATE 11/16/85 10/4/08 9/29/84 10/12/85 10/26/85 11/30/85 13 Times

5.

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 2008 1994 2009 1992 1995 1983 2008 1990, 1993, 1996

GAME

DATE 10/19/91 9/25/04 9/29/07 11/16/85 9/17/05 10/6/84 9/28/85 10/12/85 12/7/85 9/20/03

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 2003 2005 1990 2004 1982 1998 1993 2007

GAME

DATE 9/23/16 9/26/42 10/31/42 9/18/48 9/18/82 11/16/85 10/19/91 10/6/01 9/10/05

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 2001 2005 1982 1990, 1996, 2003 1991 1983, 2004, 2006, 2007

Opponent Fort Adams Vermont Quonset Naval Air Station Central Conn. Worcester Tech Brooklyn Brooklyn Massachusetts Brandeis Vermont Maine Maine American International New Hampshire

EXTRA POINTS

TOTAL 54 38 37 36 35 33 30 29 28 26

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2PT CONVERSIONS 1.

TOTAL 3

OPPONENT Connecticut

2PT CONVERSIONS 1.

FIELD GOALS 1. 2.

SEASON

YEAR 1985 2003 2005 2008 1990 1984 2004 1982 1998 1993

No. 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

TOTAL 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

TOTAL 6

OPPONENT Northeastern Connecticut Northeastern Delaware Northeastern Brown Maine Hofstra Connecticut Brown Hofstra Maine Fordham New Hampshire Northeastern

FIELD GOALS

TOTAL 14 12 11 10 9 8

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

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTS

TOTAL 25 24 20 19 18 16 15 13 12

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

POINTS SCORED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

9.

TOTAL 70 69 66 58 56 56 56 56 55 55 55

OPPONENT Vermont Fort Adams Worcester Tech Maine Quonset Naval Air Station Connecticut Hampton Central Conn. Brooklyn Brooklyn New Hampshire

GAME

Date 9/23/16 9/26/42 9/18/48 9/10/05 10/31/42 11/10/51 11/8/52 10/16/54 10/11/58 10/12/68 9/18/82 10/19/91 8/31/96 9/20/03

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 2003 2005 2001 1982 1991 1990 1996 1974, 1983, 2008

GAME

DATE 11/15/80

SEASON

YEAR 1980

GAME

DATE 11/5/88 11/17/79 9/13/80 9/17/88 9/25/93 10/2/93 10/16/93 10/17/98 10/2/99 10/5/01 9/7/02 11/12/05 9/1/07 9/13/08 11/22/08

SEASON

YEAR 1998 1995, 2003 2002, 2008 1978, 1982, 1999, 2005 1988, 1990 1996, 2007

SEASON

YEAR 1993 1982 1998 1995 1999, 2003, 2008 2002 1978, 1990 1979, 1994 2006

GAME

DATE 9/26/42 9/23/16 10/31/42 9/18/82 9/18/48 11/16/85 10/6/01 9/10/05 11/10/51 11/8/52 9/20/03


TEAM RECORDS POINTS SCORED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FIRST DOWNS 1. 2. 3. 5. 7.

TOTAL 35 34 31 31 30 30 29 29 29 29

FIRST DOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

TOTAL 417 312 309 303 272 266 264 254 251 232 OPPONENT Lehigh Connecticut Akron New Hampshire Brown Brown Massachusetts Boston University New Hampshire New Hampshire TOTAL 344 271 247 239 234 229 222 219 219 216

FIRST DOWNS RUSHING 1. 3.

6.

9.

TOTAL 26 26 23 23 23 21 21 21 20 20

OPPONENT New Hampshire Central Conn. New Hampshire Hofstra Brown Massachusetts Towson New Hampshire William & Mary Brown

FIRST DOWNS RUSHING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL 188 188 173 164 150 146 131 119 118 112

FIRST DOWNS PASSING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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

TOTAL 256 182 142 135 117 113 105 104 102 99 TOTAL 44 41 39 38 36 31 30 29

SEASON

YEAR 1985 2005 2003 1984 1984 1991 1982 1996 1990 2009

GAME

DATE 10/12/85 11/16/85 11/30/85 10/27/07 10/1/05 9/29/07 10/6/84 10/19/85 10/20/01 9/20/03

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 2003 2002 2005 1994 2004 1998 2008 1990

GAME

DATE 10/20/01 9/11/04 9/20/03 11/15/03 9/29/07 10/1/94 10/8/05 10/27/07 10/16/04 10/1/05

SEASON

YEAR 2003 2003 2005 2004 2001 2002 2007 2000 2006 1981

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1984 1994 2008 1986 1992 1990 1993 1995 1983

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1998 1986 1994 1995 1987 1977, 1978, 1981 1974

PUNT RETURN YARDAGE TOTAL 430 381 353 269 264 263 241 214 212 210

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL 68 67 65 58 56 53 52 51 50 49

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS TOTAL 1,296 1,291 1,265 1,194 1,122 1,100 1,084 1,046 1,042 1,021

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

INTERCEPTIONS 1. 2. 3.

7 6 5 5 4 4 4

TOTAL Massachusetts Northeastern Boston University Villanova Massachusetts Massachusetts Hofstra

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

TOTAL 24 22 21 20 19 18 17

INT. RETURN YARDS

TOTAL 428 268 252 241 235 212 204 181 180 176

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PUNTS 1. 3. 5. 6.

TOTAL 12 12 11 11 10 9

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

OPPONENT Idaho State Connecticut Maine Massachusetts Maine Richmond TOTAL 85 79 78 77 74 73 73 72

SEASON

YEAR 1995 1994 1985 1990 2001 1978 1998 1984 1992 2002

SEASON

YEAR 2009 2003 2008 2002 1992, 1993 1987, 2006 1999, 2007 1986, 1991 1988 1985

SEASON

YEAR 2009 2008 2003 1991 1986 1992 1993 1989 2006 2007

GAME

YEAR 10/20/73 10/21/72 10/19/85 10/11/03 10/8/88 11/7/98 9/22/07

YARDS PUNTING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TOTAL 468 432 415 402 383 379 370 364 360 345 345

OPPONENT Idaho State Maine William and Mary Brown Richmond Maine Northeastern Maine Delaware Northeastern Connecticut

YARDS PUNTING

TOTAL 3,038 2,958 2,891 2,862 2,744 2,712 2,703 2,599 2,591 2,583

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PUNTING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FORCED FUMBLES 1. 2.

TOTAL 7 4 4 4 4 4

OPPONENT Delaware Boise State Delaware State Hofstra Connecticut Fordham

SEASON

FORCED FUMBLES

SEASON

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

YEAR 1985 1973 1988 1983 1980 1972, 1999 1982,1984,1989,1991,1998

TOTAL 41.7 40.5 40.4 40.2 39.4 37.9 37.6 37.4 37.4 37.3

TOTAL 22 20 16 14 13 11 10 9 8

GAME

DATE 12/5/81 10/6/73 10/31/09 10/3/09 10/25/01 11/3/01 9/23/72 11/14/09 9/9/78 10/12/02 9/26/09

SEASON

YEAR 2009 1972 1979 1977 2002 1988 1999 1987 1995 1967

SEASON

YEAR 1996 2009 2002 1990 2001 2003 1979 1967 2006 2008

GAME

DATE 11/18/95 9/4/93 11/12/94 10/29/05 9/26/09 9/5/09

FUMBLE RECOVERIES

TOTAL OPPONENT 1. 4 Northeastern 4 Hampton 4 Hofstra 4 Fordham 5. 3* New Hampshire * recent; accomplished on eight occasions

FUMBLE RECOVERIES 1. 2. 3. 4.

8. 10.

TOTAL 23 20 19 16 16 16 16 15 15 14 14

PASS BREAKUPS

TOTAL OPPONENT 10 Massachusetts 9 Brown 8 Northeastern 8 Connecticut 8 Northeastern 6. 7* William & Mary * recent; accomplished on five occasions 1. 2. 3.

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

TOTAL 53 45 44 43 42 40 39 38

GAME

DATE 11/9/91 10/6/01 10/29/05 9/5/09 10/15/05

SEASON

YEAR 1985 1995 1984 1983 1987 1988 1990 1994 2009 1993 2002

GAME

DATE 11/23/02 10/16/99 11/9/91 11/23/91 9/13/03 9/17/05

SEASON

YEAR 1984 1991 1985 2001 1996 2004 1995, 1999 1988, 1993, 1997

SEASON

YEAR 1995 2009 2004 2001 2002, 2005, 2008 1996 1997, 1998, 2000 1994 2007

YEAR 1985 1983 1990 1998 2003 2001 1991 1989 1973 2009

GAME

DATE 12/5/81 11/19/88 10/6/73 10/3/81 11/3/01 10/25/01

SEASON

YEAR 1972 1988 1977, 1995 1979 1968 1981 2002 1987,1999

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

Bob Griffin’s 1985 Rams racked up 56 points against Connecticut on Nov. 16, 1985

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Head Coach No coach Marshall Tyler George Cobb Robert Bingham Jim Baldwin Fred Murray Frank Keaney Bill Beck Paul Cieurzo Hal Kopp Ed Doherty Herb Maack John Chironna Jack Zilly Jack Gregory Bob Griffin Floyd Keith Tim Stowers Darren Rizzi Joe Trainer Totals

Seasons 1895-97 1898-08 1909-11; 1913-14 1912 1915-16 1917, 1919 1920-40 1941, 1946-49 1942, 1945 1950, 1952-55 1951 1956-1960 1961-62 1963-69 1970-75 1976-92 1992-99 2000-07 2008 2009-present 110 seasons

Years 3 10 5 1 2 2 21 5 2 5 1 5 2 7 6 17 7 8 1 1

Won 2 23 17 6 6 2 70 12 5 28 3 17 4 21 22 79 23 33 3 1 376

Lost 7 22 16 3 9 11 87 22 4 11 5 22 11 41 33 107 53 57 9 10 530

Tied 0 8 5 0 1 3 12 2 0 2 0 2 3 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 43

Pct. .222 .509 .513 .667 .406 .219 .450 .361 .556 .707 .375 .439 .306 .344 .404 .425 .303 .367 .250 .091 .421

Bob Griffin is the winningest coach in URI history

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 76

Record Pct. 1-1-0 .500 0-4-0 .000 1-2-0 .333 5-0-0 1.000 2-3-1 .417 0-2-1 .167 0-2-0 .000 NO TEAM 2-4-1 .357 3-3-1 .500 3-3-1 .500 1-2-1 .375 3-1-2 .667 4-2-0 .667 3-4-0 .429 5-1-1 .786 5-2-1 .688 6-3-0 .667 2-6-0 .250 2-3-3 .438 3-5-0 .375 3-4-1 .438 2-4-2 .375 NO TEAM (WORLD WAR I) 0-7-1 .063 0-4-4 .125 3-5-0 .375 4-4-0 .500 1-5-1 .214 0-7-0 .000 2-5-1 .313 1-6-0 .143 5-3-0 .625 2-7-0 .222 5-2-1 .688 5-2-1 .688 4-4-0 .500 2-5-1 .313 6-2-0 .750 6-3-0 .667 4-4-1 .500 5-4-0 .556 3-4-1 .438 4-4-0 .500 3-4-1 .438

Head Coach No coach No coach No coach Marshall Tyler Marshall Tyler Marshall Tyler Marshall Tyler Marshall Tyler Marshall Tyler Marshall Tyler Marshall Tyler Marshall Tyler Marshall Tyler George Cobb George Cobb George Cobb Robert Bingham George Cobb George Cobb Jim Baldwin Jim Baldwin Fred Murray Fred Murray Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney Frank Keaney

Year 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

Record Pct. 5-3-0 .625 5-2-1 .688 3-3-0 .500 NO TEAM (WORLD WAR II) NO TEAM (WORLD WAR II) 2-1-0 .667 2-4-0 .333 3-4-0 .429 2-4-1 .357 0-8-0 .000 3-5-0 .375 3-5-0 .375 7-1-0 .875 6-2-0 .750 6-2-0 .750 6-1-2 .778 2-6-0 .333 5-2-1 .688 4-4-0 .500 3-5-1 .389 3-5-0 .375 2-6-1 .278 2-5-2 .333 4-5-0 .444 3-7-0 .300 2-7-0 .222 1-7-1 .167 6-2-1 .722 3-6-0 .333 2-7-0 .222 3-5-0 .222 3-6-0 .333 3-7-0 .300 6-2-2 .700 5-5-0 .500 2-8-0 .200 3-5-0 .375 6-5-0 .545 7-3-0 .700 1-9-1 .137 2-9-0 .182 6-6-0 .500 7-4-0 .636 6-4-0 .600 10-3-0 .769

Head Coach Frank Keaney Bill Beck Paul Cieurzo Paul Cieurzo Bill Beck Bill Beck Bill Beck Bill Beck Hal Kopp Ed Doherty Hal Kopp Hal Kopp Hal Kopp Hal Kopp Herb Maack Herb Maack Herb Maack Herb Maack Herb Maack John Chironna John Chironna Jack Zilly Jack Zilly Jack Zilly Jack Zilly Jack Zilly Jack Zilly Jack Zilly Jack Gregory Jack Gregory Jack Gregory Jack Gregory Jack Gregory Jack Gregory Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

Year 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

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

Pct. .769 .091 .091 .363 .273 .454 .545 .091 .364 .182 .636 .400 .182 .273 .091 .273 .727 .250 .333 .364 .364 .364 .278 .250 .091

Head Coach Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Bob Griffin Floyd Keith Floyd Keith Floyd Keith Floyd Keith Floyd Keith Floyd Keith Floyd Keith Tim Stowers Tim Stowers Tim Stowers Tim Stowers Tim Stowers Tim Stowers Tim Stowers Tim Stowers Darren Rizzi Joe Trainer


ALL-TIME RESULTS 1895

Home 1-0, Away 0-1 Oct. 24 Patwucket High School Nov. 16 at Friends School

1896

Home 0-3, Away 0-1 Oct. 11 Friends School Oct. 18 Camp Street Athletics Oct. 25 Providence High School Jan. 15 at Friends School

1897

Home 1-0, Away 0-2 Oct. 16 at New London High School Oct. 23 at Connecticut* Nov. 13 Patwucket High School *First game against collegiate competition

1-1

Head Coach: None W, 6-0 L, 0-10

0-4

Head Coach: N/A L, 0-8 L, 0-8 L, 0-2 L, 6-18

1-2

Head Coach: N/A L, 0-6 L, 8-22 W, 22-0

Marshall Tyler

1906

1-2-1

Head Coach: Marshall Tyler Oct. 6 Brown Seconds Oct. 13 Springfield Oct. 20 New Hampshire Nov. 3 Bryant & Stratton

1907

Home 2-0-1, Away 1-1-1 Oct. 5 at Massachusetts Oct. 12 Dean Academy Oct. 19 at Worcester Tech Nov. 2 at New Hampshire Nov. 9 St. Andrew's Nov. 26 Connecticut

1908

Home 3-1, Away 1-1 Sept. 25 at Massachusetts Oct. 10 Worcester Tech Oct. 17 St. Andrew's Oct. 24 Bryant & Stratton Nov. 14 New Hampshire Nov. 20 at Connecticut

T, 0-0 L, 0-33 L, 0-20 W, 14-0

3-1-2

Head Coach: Marshall Tyler L, 0-11 T, 0-0 W, 14-0 T, 6-6 W, 6-0 W, 42-0

4-2

Head Coach: Marshall Tyler L, 0-2 L, 0-4 W, 21-0 W, 6-0 W, 12-0 W, 12-10

Head Coach 1898-1908

Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

at Fordham Woecester Tech New Hampshire Fort Greble at New York University

1913

Home 2-0, Away 0-6 Sept. 27 at Amherst Oct. 4 at Brown Oct. 11 at Maine Oct. 18 at Colby Oct. 25 Fort Adams Nov. 1 at New Hampshire Nov. 8 Rogers High School Nov. 15 at Boston College

1914

Home 2-1-1, Away 0-2-2 Sept. 26 at Wesleyan Oct. 3 at Brown Oct. 10 Boston College Oct. 17 East Greenwich Academy Oct. 24 at Fordham Oct. 31 New Hampshire Nov. 7 Worcester Tech Nov. 14 at New Hampshire

W, 6-0 W, 27-0 W, 25-0 W, 14-6 L, 7-14

2-6

Head Coach: George Cobb L, 0-10 L, 0-19 L, 0-44 L, 6-10 W, 13-0 L, 0-13 W, 19-0 L, 0-27

2-3-3

Head Coach: George Cobb T, 0-0 L, 0-20 L, 0-21 W, 6-0 L, 0-21 W, 7-0 T, 6-6 T, 0-0

George Cobb 23-22-8 (10 seasons)

1898

Home 5-0, Away 0-0 Oct. 7 Westerly High School Oct. 15 Westerly Athletic Assoc. Oct. 29 Providence High School Nov. 5 Brown Freshmen Nov. 12 East Greenwich Academy

1898

Home 2-2-1, Away 0-1 Oct. 1 Dean Academy Oct. 14 Brown Freshmen Oct. 18 Westerly High School Nov. 8 South Kingston H.S. Nov. 11 Friends School Nov. 18 at Connecticut

1900

Home 0-1, Away 0-0-2 Oct. 14 at Rogers High School Oct. 21 Connecticut Oct. 28 at Friends School

1901

Home 0-1, Away 0-1 Nov. 3 at Connecticut Nov. 17 Brown Sophomores

5-0

Head Coach: Marshall Tyler W, 12-6 W, 33-0 W, 16-0 W, 5-0 W, 2-0

2-3-1

Head Coach: Marshall Tyler W, 11-0 L, 5-6 T, 0-0 W, 22-0 L, 6-27 L, 0-17

0-1-2

Head Coach: Marshall Tyler T, 5-5 L, 0-43 T, 0-0

0-2

Head Coach: Marshall Tyler L, 0-27 L, 0-10

1902

No Team

1903

2-4-1

Head Coach: Marshall Tyler Oct. 3 Fall River High School Oct. 14 Massachusetts Oct. 17 Brown Freshmen Oct. 24 Friends School Oct. 31 Worcester Tech Nov. 7 Dean Academy Nov. 14 Connecticut

1904

Head Coach: Marshall Tyler Sept. 28 Westerly High School Oct. 1 Springfield Oct. 8 Durfee High School Oct. 15 Thibodeau Academy Oct. 29 Dean Academy Nov. 12 Brown Freshmen Nov. 19 Connecticut

1905

Head Coach: Marshall Tyler Sept. 23 at New Hampshire Oct. 4 East Greenwich Academy Oct. 7 Massachusetts Oct. 21 Brown Seconds Oct. 28 Brown Freshmen Nov. 4 Brown Sophomores Nov. 11 Trinity

Jim Baldwin

Head Coach 1909-11; 1913-14

T, 0-0 L, 0-46 L, 0-22 W, 5-0 (forfeit) L, 0-45 L, 0-30 W, 11-6

17-16-5 (five seasons)

1909

Home 3-1, Away 0-3 Sept. 29 at Brown Oct. 9 New York University Oct. 16 Boston College Oct. 30 at Worcester Tech Nov. 6 St. Andrew's Nov. 13 at New Hampshire Nov. 20 Connecticut

1910

Home 3-0, Away 2-1-1 Sept. 24 at Massachusetts Oct. 1 at Tufts Oct. 5 at Brown Oct. 22 St. Andrew's Oct. 29 at Connecticut Nov. 5 Worcester Tech Nov. 12 New Hampshire

1911

Home 2-0, Away 3-2-1 Sept. 23 at Massachusetts Sept. 30 at Maine Oct. 4 at Brown Oct. 14 Norwich Oct. 21 at New York University Oct. 28 at New Hampshire Nov. 4 at Worcester Tech Nov. 11 Boston College

6-9-1 (two seasons)

3-4

Head Coach: George Cobb L, 0-6 L, 0-7 W, 9-0 L, 0-11 W, 13-0 L, 5-11 W, 51-0

5-1-1

Head Coach: George Cobb T, 0-0 W, 5-0 L, 0-5 W, 22-0 W, 33-0 W, 10-0 W, 6-0

5-2-1

Head Coach: George Cobb W, 5-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-12 W, 3-0 T, 0-0 W, 9-8 L, 0-3 W, 25-0

1915

Home 2-0, Away 1-5 Sept. 25 at Brown Oct. 2 at Wesleyan Oct. 16 at Worcester Tech Oct. 23 at Connecticut Oct. 30 at Union Nov. 6 St. Stephens Nov. 13 at Fordham Nov. 22 New Hampshire

1916

Home 2-0, Away 1-4-1 Sept. 23 Fort Adams Sept. 30 at Brown Oct. 7 at Wesleyan Oct. 14 at Maine Oct. 21 at Colgate Oct. 28 Connecticut Nov. 4 at Boston College Nov. 18 at New Hampshire

W, 54-0 L, 0-27 W, 28-0 W, 32-0 L, 0-28 L, 0-7 T, 10-10

Head Coach 1912

3-3-1 1912

Home 4-0, Away 2-3 Sept. 21 at Massachusetts Sept. 28 Pawtucket Athletic Club Oct. 5 at Brown Oct. 12 at Maine

6-3

Head Coach: Robert W. Bingham W, 7-0 W, 20-0 L, 0-14 L, 0-18

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

3-4-1

Head Coach: Jim Baldwin W, 69-0 L, 0-18 T, 3-3 W, 13-0 L, 0-33 W, 13-6 L, 0-39 L, 0-12

Head Coach 1917; 1919 2-11-3 (two seasons)

1917

6-3 (one season)

3-5

Head Coach: Jim Baldwin L, 0-38 L, 0-12 L, 0-6 W, 9-7 L, 0-3 W, 47-0 L, 0-7 W, 10-0

Fred Murray

Robert Bingham

3-3-1

L, 0-6 W, 10-0 L, 0-11 T, 5-5 W, 40-0 W, 34-0 L, 29-12

Head Coach 1915-16

Home 1-0-1, Away 1-4-1 Sept. 29 at Brown Oct. 6 at Wesleyan Oct. 13 at Worcester Tech Oct. 20 New Hampshire Oct. 27 at Holy Cross Nov. 3 at Boston College Nov. 10 at New York University Nov. 17 Fort Kearney

1918

2-4-2

Head Coach: Fred Murray L, 0-27 T, 0-0 W, 30-0 T, 0-0 L, 0-13 L, 0-48 L, 6-9 W, 12-0

No Team - World War I

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1919

Home 0-2, Away 0-5-1 Sept. 27 at Brown Oct. 11 at Wesleyan Oct. 18 at Boston University Oct. 25 at St. Stephens Nov. 1 at Holy Cross Nov. 8 Massachusetts Nov. 15 at Worcester Tech Nov. 22 Connecticut

0-7-1

Head Coach: Fred Murray L, 0-27 L, 0-35 L, 6-14 L, 2-31 L, 3-29 L, 11-19 T, 6-6 L, 3-7

Head Coach 1920-40

1921

Home 2-0, Away 1-5 Sept. 17 at New London Sub Base Sept. 24 at Brown Oct. 1 at Bowdoin Oct. 15 at Maine Oct. 22 at Worcester Tech Oct. 29 at Boston University Nov. 5 Massachusetts Nov. 12 at Bates Nov. 19 Connecticut

1922

Home 2-2, Away 2-2 Sept. 23 at Coast Guard Academy Sept. 30 at Brown Oct. 14 St. Stephens Oct. 21 Delaware Oct. 28 at New York University Nov. 4 Worcester Tech Nov. 11 Lowell Textile Nov. 18 at Connecticut

1923

Home 1-1, Away 0-4-1 Sept. 22 at Maine Oct. 6 at Harvard Oct. 13 at New Hampshire Oct. 27 at New York University Nov. 3 at Worcester Tech Nov. 10 Coast Guard Academy Nov. 17 Connecticut

1924

Home 0-4, Away 0-3 Sept. 27 Maine Oct. 11 New Hampshire Oct. 18 Lowell Textile Oct. 25 at CCNY Nov. 1 Worcester Tech (HC)* Nov. 8 at Bates Nov. 15 at Connecticut * First Homecoming

1925

Home 2-1-1, Away 0-4 Sept. 26 at Brown Oct. 3 at Western Maryland Oct. 10 Lowell Textile Oct. 17 at New Hampshire Oct. 24 CCNY Oct. 31 at Worcester Tech Nov. 7 Bates Nov. 14 Connecticut (HC)

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1927

1928

70-87-12 (21 seasons)

Home 0-2, Away 0-2-4 Sept. 25 at Brown Oct. 2 at Wesleyan Oct. 16 at Maine Oct. 23 Boston University Oct. 30 at Union Nov. 6 at Massachusetts Nov. 13 Worcester Tech Nov. 20 at Connecticut

Home 1-2, Away 0-4 Sept. 26 at Brown Oct. 2 Maine Oct. 9 at Lowell Textile Oct. 16 New Hampshire (HC) Oct. 23 at CCNY Nov. 6 Worcester Tech Nov. 13 at Connecticut Home 3-1, Away 2-2 Sept. 24 at Brown Oct. 1 at Maine Oct. 8 Lowell Textile Oct. 15 at New Hampshire Oct. 22 CCNY Oct. 29 at Worcester Tech Nov. 5 Coast Guard Academy Nov. 12 Connecticut (HC)

Frank Keaney

1920

1926

0-4-4

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-25 L, 0-20 T, 7-7 L, 0-7 T, 7-7 T, 7-7 L, 0-7 T, 0-0

3-5

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-13 L, 0-6 L, 0-9 L, 3-7 W, 27-0 L, 0-14 W, 7-2 Cancelled - Snow W, 27-21

4-4

Head Coach: Frank Keaney W, 12-0 L, 0-27 L, 6-7 W, 7-0 L, 7-23 W, 19-0 L, 3-6 W, 12-7

1-5-1

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-14 L, 0-35 L, 0-13 L, 0-21 T, 0-0 W, 13-0 L, 0-7

0-7

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-37 L, 6-17 L, 0-6 L, 0-13 L, 9-14 L, 7-13 L, 0-22

2-5-1

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-33 L, 0-7 W, 12-0 L, 0-26 W, 12-0 L, 18-26 L, 0-13 T, 0-0

Home 2-3, Away 0-4 Sept. 22 Coast Guard Destroyer* Sept. 29 at Maine Oct. 6 Coast Guard Academy Oct. 13 New Hampshire (HC) Oct. 20 Newport Naval Training Station Oct. 27 at Lowell Textile Nov. 10 Worcester Tech Nov. 17 at Connecticut Nov. 24 at Brown * First Game at Meade Stadium

1929

Home 3-0, Away 2-2-1 Sept. 21 Arnold Sept. 28 at Maine Oct. 5 at Brown Oct. 19 at Bates Oct. 26 Lowell Textile Nov. 2 at Coast Guard Academy Nov. 9 at Worcester Tech Nov. 16 Connecticut (HC)

1930

Home 5-0, Away 0-2-1 Sept. 20 Arnold Sept. 27 at Brown Oct. 4 at Maine Oct. 18 Bates Oct. 25 Coast Guard Academy Nov. 1 Boston University Nov. 8 Worcester Tech (HC) Nov. 15 at Connecticut

1931

Home 2-0, Away 2-4 Sept. 26 at Maine Oct. 3 at Brown Oct. 17 at Bates Oct. 24 Coast Guard Academy (HC) Oct. 31 at Boston University Nov. 7 at Worcester Tech Nov. 14 Connecticut Nov. 28 at Providence

1932

Home 1-3, Away 1-2-1 Sept. 24 at Maine Oct. 1 at Brown Oct. 8 Boston University Oct. 15 Bates Oct. 22 Arnold Oct. 29 at Coast Guard Academy Nov. 5 Worcester Tech (HC) Nov. 12 at Connecticut

1933

Home 4-1, Away 2-1 Sept. 23 Brooklyn Sept. 30 at Maine Oct. 7 at Brown Oct. 14 Arnold Oct. 21 Massachusetts Oct. 28 Coast Guard Academy Nov. 4 at Worcester Tech Nov. 11 Connecticut (HC)

1934

Home 2-1, Away 4-2 Sept. 22 Brooklyn Sept. 29 at Maine Oct. 6 at Brown Oct. 13 Northeastern Oct. 20 at Massachusetts

1-6

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-14 L, 0-7 L, 0-7 L, 6-7 L, 0-29 W, 26-7 L, 0-33

5-3

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-27 L, 0-27 W, 26-0 W, 20-18 L, 19-20 W, 20-14 W, 14-6 W, 12-0

2-7

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-7 L, 6-20 W, 6-0 L, 0-12 W, 7-0 L, 0-21 L, 0-13 L, 0-24 L, 7-33

5-2-1

Head Coach: Frank Keaney W, 19-0 L, 0-6 L, 6-14 T, 6-6 W, 26-7 W, 26-0 W, 39-0 W, 19-6

5-2-1

Head Coach: Frank Keaney W, 38-0 L, 0-7 L, 12-13 W, 14-0 W, 27-0 W, 14-0 W, 45-0 T, 0-0

4-4

Head Coach: Frank Keaney W, `8-7 L, 0-18 L, 0-3 W, 33-7 L, 7-25 W, 34-0 W, 14-0 L, 0-6

2-5-1

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-12 L, 0-19 L, 0-7 L, 0-6 W, 6-0 W, 13-0 L, 0-12 T, 19-19

Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

at Coast Guard Academy Worcester Tech (HC) at Connecticut at Providence

1935

Home 2-1, Away 2-3-1 Sept. 21 at Holy Cross Sept. 28 at Maine Oct. 5 at Brown Oct. 12 at Northeastern Oct. 19 Massachusetts Oct. 26 Coast Guard Academy Nov. 2 at Worcester Tech Nov. 9 Connecticut (HC) Nov. 16 at Providence

1936

Home 3-0, Away 2-3, Neutral 0-1 Sept. 19 American International Sept. 26 at Maine Oct. 3 at Brown Oct. 10 Tufts Oct. 17 vs. Massachusetts! Oct. 24 at Northeastern Oct. 31 Worcester Tech (HC) Nov. 7 at Connecticut Nov. 13 at Providence! ! Night game at Cranston Stadium (R.I.)

1937

Home 1-2, Away 2-2-1 Sept. 25 at Maine Oct. 2 at Brown Oct. 9 at Tufts Oct. 16 Massachusetts Oct. 23 Northeastern Oct. 30 at Worcester Tech Nov. 6 Connecticut (HC) Nov. 12 at Providence

1938

Home 1-1, Away 3-3 Sept. 24 at Maine Oct. 1 at Holy Cross Oct. 8 American International Oct. 15 at Massachusetts Oct. 22 at Brown Oct. 29 Worcester Tech (HC) Nov. 5 at Connecticut Nov. 11 at Providence

1939

Home 2-1, Away 1-3-1 Sept. 22 at Providence Sept. 30 at Brown Oct. 7 at Maine Oct. 14 Brooklyn Oct. 21 Massachusetts Oct. 28 at Northeastern Nov. 4 at Worcester Tech Nov. 11 Connecticut (HC)

1940

Home 3-0, Away 2-3 Sept. 21 Northeastern Sept. 28 at Maine Oct. 5 at Brown Oct. 12 Lowell Textile Oct. 19 at Massachusetts Oct. 23 at Providence Nov. 2 Worcester Tech (HC) Nov. 9 at Connecticut

4-4-1

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-32 L, 0-7 W, 13-7 T, 6-6 L, 6-7 W, 13-7 W, 23-6 W, 7-0 L, 0-13

5-4

Head Coach: Frank Keaney W, 38-0 W, 7-0 L, 6-7 W, 7-0 L, 8-13 L, 12-15 W, 19-0 L, 0-33 W, 19-0

3-4-1

Head Coach: Frank Keaney T, 0-0 L, 6-13 W, 14-7 W, 12-6 L, 6-8 L, 2-12 L, 7-13 W, 13-3

4-4

Head Coach: Frank Keaney W, 14-6 L, 13-48 W, 31-0 W, 20-0 L, 21-40 L, 14-19 W, 21-20 L, 7-19

3-4-1

Head Coach: Frank Keaney L, 0-6 L, 0-34 L, 0-14 W, 40-0 W, 23-20 W, 7-6 T, 7-7 L, 14-20

5-3

Head Coach: Frank Keaney W, 10-0 L, 0-7 L, 17-20 W, 48-0 W, 9-3 L, 0-25 W, 18-0 W, 13-12

Bill Beck

6-2

Head Coach: Frank Keaney W, 12-0 W, 6-0 L, 0-26 W, 13-6 L, 12-14 W, 20-12 W, 20-7 W, 20-7

Head Coach 1941; 1946-49 12-22-2 (five seasons)

6-3

Head Coach: Frank Keaney W, 31-0 W, 6-0 L, 0-13 L, 0-6 W, 7-0

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

W, 19-0 W, 44-0 W, 19-0 L, 7-21

1941

Home 3-0, Away 2-2-1 Sept. 20 at Coast Guard Academy Sept. 27 at Maine Oct. 4 Lowell Textile

5-2-1

Head Coach: Bill Beck L, 0-38 W, 20-13 W, 39-0


ALL-TIME RESULTS Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 22 Nov. 1 Nov. 8

at Brown Massachusetts at Providence at Worcester Tech Connecticut (HC)

L, 7-14 W, 34-6 T, 0-0 W, 6-0 W, 6-0

Paul Cieurzo Head Coach 1942; 1945

1950

5-4-0 (two seasons)

1942

Home 1-0, Away 2-3 Sept. 26 at Vermont Oct. 3 at Brown Oct. 17 at Massachusetts Oct. 24 at New Hampshire Oct. 31 Worcester Tech (HC) Nov. 7 at Connecticut

3-3

Head Coach: Paul Cieurzo W, 70-13 L, 0-28 W, 21-6 L, 13-14 W, 66-13 L, 6-13

1943

No Team - World War II

1944

No Team - World War II

1945

Home 1-0, Away 1-1 Oct. 13 at Maine Oct. 20 at Rutgers Nov. 3 Boston University

1946

Home 0-1, Away 2-3 Sept. 28 at Maine Oct. 5 at New Hampshire Oct. 12 at Brown Oct. 19 at Massachusetts Oct. 26 at Boston University Nov. 9 Connecticut (HC)

1947

Home 2-2, Away 1-2 Yankee Conference: 1-3 (4th) Sept. 27 Maine Oct. 4 New Hampshire Oct. 11 at Brown Oct. 18 at Massachusetts Oct. 25 Coast Guard Academy Nov. 1 Massachusetts Nov. 8 at Connecticut

1948

Home 2-1, Away 0-3-1 Yankee Conference: 1-3 (4th) Sept. 18 Quonset Air Station Sept. 25 at Maine Oct. 2 at New Hampshire Oct. 9 at Brown Oct. 16 Massachusetts Oct. 30 at Springfield Nov. 6 Connecticut (HC)

1949

Home 0-4, Away 0-4 Yankee Conference: 0-4 (4th) Sept. 24 Maine Oct. 1 New Hampshire Oct. 8 at Brown Oct. 15 at Massachusetts Oct. 22 at Temple Oct. 29 Springfield (HC) Nov. 5 at Connecticut Nov. 12 Buffalo

2-1

Head Coach: Paul Cieurzo W, 10-7 L, 7-39 W, 30-0

2-4

Head Coach: Bill Beck W, 14-13 L, 12-25 L, 0-29 W, 14-6 L, 6-29 L, 0-33

3-4

Head Coach: Bill Beck L, 13-33 L, 7-33 L, 6-55 W, 20-13 W, 27-7 W, 38-13 L, 0-23

2-4-1

Head Coach: Bill Beck W, 56-0 L, 7-13 L, 7-19 L, 0-33 W, 19-12 T, 21-21 L, 6-28

0-8

Head Coach: Bill Beck L, 7-19 L, 20-28 L, 0-46 L, 19-32 L, 6-47 L, 13-34 L, 0-23 L, 7-39

Home 3-0, Away 0-5 Yankee Conference: 2-3 (3rd) Sept. 23 Bates Sept. 30 at Maine Oct. 7 at New Hampshire Oct. 14 at Brown Oct. 21 Massachusetts Oct. 28 at Buffalo Nov. 4 at Springfield Nov. 18 Connecticut (HC)

1951

Home 3-1, Away 0-4 Yankee Conference: 1-3 (4th) Sept. 22 at Northeastern Sept. 29 Maine Oct. 6 New Hampshire Oct. 13 at Brown Oct. 20 at Massachusetts Nov. 3 Springfield (HC) Nov. 10 Brooklyn Nov. 17 at Connecticut

1952

Home 3-0, Away 4-1 Yankee Conference: 3-1 (t-1st) Sept. 20 Northeastern Sept. 27 at Maine Oct. 4 at New Hampshire Oct. 11 at Brown Oct. 18 Massachusetts Nov. 1 at Springfield Nov. 8 at Brooklyn Nov. 15 Connecticut

1953

Home 2-1, Away 4-1 Sept. 20 at Northeastern Sept. 27 Maine Oct. 3 New Hampshire (HC) Oct. 10 at Brown Oct. 17 at Massachusetts Oct. 24 at Hofstra Oct. 31 Springfield Nov. 14 at Connecticut

1954

Home 4-0, Away 2-2 Yankee Conference: 3-1 (2nd) Sept. 18 Northeastern Sept. 25 at Maine Oct. 2 at New Hampshire Oct. 9 at Brown Oct. 16 Massachusetts Oct. 23 Hofstra Oct. 30 at Springfield Nov. 13 Connecticut (HC)

1955

Home 2-0-1, Away 4-0-1, Neutral 0-1 Yankee Conference: 4-0-1 (1st) Sept. 17 at Northeastern Sept. 24 Maine Oct. 1 New Hampshire Oct. 8 at Vermont Oct. 15 at Massachusetts Oct. 22 at Brown Oct. 29 Springfield (HC) Nov. 12 at Connecticut Dec. 4 vs. Jacksonville State! ! Refrigerator Bowl (Evansville, Ind.)

Hal Kopp

Herb Maack

Head Coach 1950; 1952-55

Head Coach 1956-60

28-11-2 (five seasons)

17-22-2 (five seasons)

3-5

Head Coach: Hal Kopp W, 34-7 L, 0-13 L, 14-27 L, 13-55 W, 38-27 L, 12-33 L, 0-32 W, 14-7

3-5

Head Coach: Ed Doherty L, 0-21 L, 0-12 W, 27-0 L, 13-20 L, 7-40 W, 25-19 W, 52-0 L, 6-21

7-1

Head Coach: Hal Kopp W, 32-0 L, 0-13 W, 27-7 W, 7-6 W, 26-7 W, 40-20 W, 55-7 W, 28-25

6-2

Head Coach: Hal Kopp W, 13-7 W, 13-6 L, 13-14 W, 19-13 W, 41-14 L, 12-27 W, 18-6 W, 19-13

6-2

Head Coach: Hal Kopp W, 13-7 W, 14-7 L, 7-33 L, 0-35 W, 52-6 W, 46-14 W, 13-9 W, 20-0

6-1-2

Head Coach: Hal Kopp

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

T, 13-13 W, 7-0 T, 13-13 W, 16-0 W, 39-15 W, 19-7 W, 20-7 W, 25-0 L, 10-12

1956

Home 2-2, Away 0-4 Yankee Conference: 1-4 (6th) Sept. 22 Northeastern Sept. 29 at Maine Oct. 6 at New Hampshire Oct. 13 Vermont Oct. 20 Massachusetts Oct. 27 at Brown Nov. 3 at Springfield Nov. 17 Connecticut (HC)

1957

Home 2-1, Away 3-1-1 Yankee Conference: 3-0-1 (t-1st) Sept. 21 at Northeastern Sept. 28 Maine Oct. 5 New Hampshire Oct. 12 at Brandeis Oct. 19 at Massachusetts Oct. 26 at Brown Nov. 2 Springfield (HC) Nov. 16 at Connecticut

1958

Home 2-2, Away 2-2 Yankee Conference: 2-2 (3rd) Sept. 20 Northeastern Sept. 27 at Maine Oct. 4 at New Hampshire Oct. 11 Brandeis Oct. 18 Massachusetts Oct. 25 at Brown Nov. 1 at Springfield Nov. 15 Connecticut (HC)

1959

Home 0-2-1, Away 3-3 Yankee Conference: 1-1-1 (t-4th) Sept. 19 at Northeastern Sept. 26 Maine Oct. 3 New Hampshire Oct. 10 at Brandeis Oct. 17 at Massachusetts Oct. 24 at Brown Oct. 31 Springfield (HC) Nov. 7 at Buffalo Nov. 14 at Connecticut

1960

Home 2-1, Away 1-4 Yankee Conference: 1-4 (5th) Sept. 17 Northeastern Sept. 24 at Maine Oct. 1 at New Hampshire Oct. 8 Vermont Oct. 15 Massachusetts Oct. 22 at Brown Oct. 29 at Springfield Nov. 12 at Connecticut

2-6

Head Coach: Herb Maack W, 13-12 L, 7-40 L, 7-13 L, 13-39 W, 34-13 L, 7-27 L, 0-40 L, 6-51

5-2-1

Head Coach: Herb Maack W, 12-7 W, 25-7 W, 28-13 W, 32-7 W, 27-13 L, 0-21 L, 0-14 T, 0-0

4-4

Head Coach: Herb Maack L, 6-26 L, 8-37 W, 20-13 W, 52-22 W, 24-8 L, 6-47 W, 28-14 L, 8-36

3-5-1

Head Coach: Herb Maack W, 8-6 T, 0-0 L, 0-45 W, 20-0 W, 30-6 L, 0-6 L, 0-21 L, 6-41 L, 0-34

3-5

Head Coach: Herb Maack W, 20-0 L, 0-7 L, 6-13 W, 48-8 L, 16-34 L, 14-36 W, 22-10 L, 6-42

John Chironna Head Coach 1961-62 4-11-3 (two seasons)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1961

Home 0-3-1, Away 2-3 Yankee Conference: 1-4 (5th) Sept. 23 at Northeastern Sept. 30 Maine Oct. 7 New Hampshire Oct. 14 at Vermont Oct. 21 at Massachusetts Oct. 28 at Brown Nov. 4 Springfield Nov. 11 at Hofstra Nov. 18 Connecticut (HC)

1962

Home 0-4, Away 2-1-2 Yankee Conference: 1-3 (t-4th) Sept. 22 Northeastern Sept. 29 at Maine Oct. 6 at New Hampshire Oct. 13 Vermont Oct. 20 Massachusetts (HC) Oct. 27 at Brown Nov. 3 at Springfield Nov. 10 Hofstra Nov. 17 at Connecticut

2-6-1

Head Coach: John Chironna

1967

L, 13-26 L, 20-22 L, 0-20 W, 18-6 L, 0-25 W, 12-9 T, 6-6 L, 0-12 L, 0-27

Home 3-1, Away 3-1-1 Yankee Conference: 2-2-1 (3rd) Sept. 23 at Delaware Sept. 30 at Brown Oct. 7 New Hampshire (HC) Oct. 14 at Vermont Oct. 21 at Massachusetts Oct. 28 Bucknell Nov. 4 at Boston University Nov. 11 Maine Nov. 18 Connecticut

2-5-2

1968

Head Coach: John Chironna L, 0-28 W, 14-7 T, 6-6 L, 12-21 L, 8-42 T, 12-12 W, 24-13 L, 8-20 L, 0-27

Home 3-1, Away 0-5 Yankee Conference: 2-3 (t-3rd) Sept. 21 at Temple Sept. 28 at Brown Oct. 5 Southern Connecticut Oct. 12 Vermont (HC) Oct. 19 Massachusetts Oct. 26 at Maine Nov. 2 at New Hampshire Nov. 9 Boston University Nov. 16 at Connecticut

1969

Home 2-3, Away 0-4 Yankee Conference: 1-4 (t-5th) Sept. 20 Temple Sept. 27 at Brown Oct. 4 Maine (HC) Oct. 11 at Vermont Oct. 18 at Massachusetts Oct. 25 Cortland State Nov. 1 New Hampshire Nov. 8 at Boston University Nov. 15 Connecticut

Jack Zilly Head Coach 1963-69 21-41-2 (seven seasons)

1963

Home 3-1, Away 1-4 Yankee Conference: 2-3 (4th) Sept. 21 at Northeastern Sept. 28 Maine Oct. 5 New Hampshire (HC) Oct. 12 at Vermont Oct. 19 at Massachusetts Oct. 26 at Brown Nov. 2 Springfield Nov. 9 at Hofstra Nov. 16 Connecticut

1964

Home 1-3, Away 2-4 Yankee Conference: 1-4 (5th) Sept. 18 Northeastern! Sept. 26 at Maine Oct. 3 at New Hampshire Oct. 10 Vermont (HC) Oct. 17 Massachusetts Oct. 24 at Brown Oct. 31 at Springfield Nov. 7 Hofstra Nov. 14 at Connecticut Nov. 21 at Boston University ! Providence City Stadium (R.I.)

1965

Home 1-3, Away 1-4 Yankee Conference: 1-4 (5th) Sept. 25 at Brown Oct. 2 New Hampshire Oct. 9 at Vermont Oct. 16 at Massachusetts Oct. 23 Maine (HC) Oct. 30 Springfield Nov. 6 Temple Nov. 13 Connecticut Nov. 20 at Boston University

1966

Home 0-4, Away 1-3-1 Yankee Conference: 1-3-1 (5th) Sept. 24 at Brown Oct. 1 at New Hampshire Oct. 8 Vermont (HC) Oct. 15 Massachusetts Oct. 22 at Maine Oct. 29 at Bucknell Nov. 5 Temple Nov. 12 at Connecticut Nov. 19 Boston University

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6-2-1

Head Coach: Jack Zilly W, 28-17 W, 12-8 W, 13-6 T, 0-0 L, 24-28 W, 27-7 W, 7-6 W, 34-12 L, 18-26

3-6

Head Coach: Jack Zilly L, 0-28 L, 9-10 W, 33-8 W, 52-10 W, 14-9 L, 14-21 L, 6-27 L, 3-20 L, 6-35

2-7

Head Coach: Jack Zilly L, 3-47 L, 0-21 L, 7-35 L, 14-41 L, 9-21 W, 13-3 W, 14-6 L, 13-27 L, 15-25

Jack Gregory

4-5

Head Coach: Jack Zilly

3-7

W, 20-11 L, 15-23 W, 22-8 L, 8-16 L, 0-7 L, 14-30 W, 21-15 L, 7-28 L, 7-28 L, 13-20

2-7

Head Coach: Jack Zilly W, 14-6 W, 23-6 L, 6-26 L, 0-30 L, 0-36 L, 6-7 L, 0-28 L, 0-14 L, 3-28

1-7-1

Head Coach: Jack Zilly L, 27-40 W, 17-6 L, 7-21 L, 9-14 L, 6-21 L, 7-33 L, 19-21 T, 0-0 L, 14-30

Home 2-1-1, Away 3-1-1, Neutral 1-0 Yankee Conference: 4-1-1 (2nd) Sept. 22 at Northeastern Sept. 29 at Brown Oct. 6 Maine Oct. 13 at Vermont Oct. 20 at Massachusetts Oct. 27 Boston University Nov. 3 New Hampshire (HC) Nov. 10 at Temple Nov. 17 Connecticut Nov. 22 Air Force-Europe* * Turkey Bowl (Frankfurt, Germany)

1974

Home 4-2, Away 1-3 Yankee Conference: 3-3 (t-3rd) Sept. 14 Temple Sept. 21 Northeastern Sept. 28 at Brown Oct. 5 at Maine Oct. 12 Vermont (HC) Oct. 19 Massachusetts Oct. 26 Boston University Nov. 2 at New Hampshire Nov. 9 Bridgeport Nov. 16 at Connecticut

1975

Home 1-4, Away 1-4 Yankee Conference: 1-4 (4th) Sept. 13 St. Mary's* Sept. 20 at Northeastern Sept. 27 at Brown Oct. 4 Maine (HC) Oct. 11 C.W. Post Oct. 18 at Massachusetts Oct. 24 at Boston University Nov. 1 New Hampshire Nov. 8 at Temple Nov. 15 Connecticut * Cranston Stadium (R.I.)

6-2-2

Head Coach: Jack Gregory W, 35-7 T, 20-20 L, 7-20 W, 15-14 W, 41-35 W, 14-9 W, 40-16 L, 0-43 T, 7-7 W, 34-6

5-5

Head Coach: Jack Gregory L, 7-38 W, 48-36 L, 15-45 L, 19-29 W, 14-0 L, 7-17 W, 13-7 L, 14-29 W, 45-8 W, 14-13

2-8

Head Coach: Jack Gregory W, 33-0 L, 16-21 L, 20-41 L, 14-23 L, 0-3 L, 7-23 W, 21-6 L, 6-23 L, 6-45 L, 10-21

Head Coach 1970-75

L, 13-28 W, 20-16 L, 13-25 L, 6-21 L, 0-57 L, 7-33 W, 21-20 W, 23-7 W, 13-12 Head Coach: Jack Zilly

1973

Bob Griffin 22-33-3 (six seasons)

1970

Home 2-1, Away 1-4 Yankee Conference: 3-2 (t-3rd) Sept. 26 at Brown Oct. 3 at Maine Oct. 10 Vermont Oct. 17 Massachusetts (HC) Oct. 24 Boston University Oct. 31 at New Hampshire Nov. 7 at Temple Nov. 14 at Connecticut

1971

Home 0-4, Away 3-2 Yankee Conference: 2-3 (t-4th) Sept. 18 at Northeastern Sept. 25 at Brown Oct. 2 Maine (HC) Oct. 9 at Vermont Oct. 16 at Massachusetts Oct. 23 at Boston University Oct. 30 New Hampshire Nov. 6 Temple Nov. 13 Connecticut

1972

Home 2-2, Away 1-5 Yankee Conference: 0-5 (6th) Sept. 10 Hampton* Sept. 23 Northeastern Sept. 30 at Brown Oct. 7 at Maine Oct. 14 Vermont (HC) Oct. 21 Massachusetts Oct. 28 at Boston University Nov. 4 at New Hampshire Nov. 11 at Temple Nov. 18 at Connecticut * First night game in Kingston (R.I.)

Head Coach 1976-92 79-107-1 (17 seasons)

3-5

Head Coach: Jack Gregory L, 14-21 W, 23-6 W, 40-13 W, 14-7 L, 0-21 L, 7-59 L, 15-18 L, 12-33

3-6

Head Coach: Jack Gregory L, 22-36 W, 34-21 L, 7-21 W, 34-22 W, 31-3 L, 7-28 L, 0-26 L, 13-40 L, 6-10

3-7

Head Coach: Jack Gregory

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

W, 27-0 W, 27-7 W, 21-17 L, 7-10 L, 13-14 L, 7-42 L, 13-31 L, 10-14 L, 0-22 L, 21-42

1976

Home 1-2, Away 2-3 Yankee Conference: 2-3 (t-3rd) Sept. 18 Northeastern Sept. 25 at Brown Oct. 2 at Maine Oct. 16 Massachusetts Oct. 23 Boston University (HC) Oct. 30 at Holy Cross Nov. 6 at New Hampshire Nov. 13 at Connecticut

1977

Home 4-1, Away 2-4 Yankee Conference: 4-1 (2nd) Sept. 10 at Northeastern Sept. 17 Holy Cross Sept. 24 at Brown Oct. 1 Maine (HC) Oct. 8 Lehigh Oct. 15 at Massachusetts Oct. 22 at Boston University Oct. 29 New Hampshire Nov. 5 at Kings Point Nov. 12 Connecticut Nov. 19 at VMI

1978

Home 4-1, Away 3-2 Yankee Conference: 3-2 (t-2nd) Sept. 9 at Delaware Sept. 16 vs. Northeastern* Sept. 30 at Brown Oct. 7 at Maine

3-5

Head Coach: Bob Griffin W, 15-14 L, 0-3 W, 14-9 L, 7-14 L, 0-36 L, 14-33 L, 6-31 W, 17-14

6-5

Head Coach: Bob Griffin L, 12-21 W, 14-0 L, 10-28 W, 28-0 L, 16-42 L, 6-37 W, 31-22 W, 21-20 W, 27-3 W, 14-7 L, 7-20

7-3

Head Coach: Bob Griffin L, 0-37 W, 27-13 W, 17-3 W, 47-0


ALL-TIME RESULTS Oct. 14 Virginia Union** Oct. 21 Massachusetts (HC) Oct. 28 Boston University Nov. 4 at New Hampshire Nov. 11 Kings Point Nov. 18 at Connecticut * Brown Stadium; ** First game at renovated Meade Stadium

1979

Home 1-3-1, Away 0-6 Yankee Conference: 1-4 (5th) Sept. 8 Delaware Sept. 15 at Northeastern Sept. 22 at Holy Cross Sept. 29 at Brown Oct. 6 Maine (HC) Oct. 20 at Massachusetts Oct. 27 at Boston University Nov. 3 New Hampshire Nov. 10 Kings Point Nov. 17 Connecticut Dec. 1 at Florida A&M

1980

Home 2-2, Away 0-7 Yankee Conference: 0-5 (6th) Sept. 6 at Holy Cross Sept. 13 Northeastern Sept. 20 at Maine Oct. 4 Massachusetts (HC) Oct. 11 at Virginia Tech* Oct. 18 Boston University Oct. 25 Southern Connecticut Nov. 1 at New Hampshire Nov. 8 at Lehigh Nov. 15 at Connecticut Nov. 22 at Brown * Largest crowd to ever witness URI football game (40,100)

1981

Home 5-1, Away 1-5 Yankee Conference: 4-1 (t-1st) Sept. 12 at Boise State Sept. 19 Maine Sept. 26 Kings Point Oct. 3 at Massachusetts Oct. 10 Northeastern (HC) Oct. 17 at Boston University Oct. 24 at Delaware Oct. 31 New Hampshire Nov. 7 Brown Nov. 14 Connecticut Nov. 21 at Florida A&M Dec. 5 at Idaho State* * NCAA I-AA Playoff

1982

Home 3-2, Away 4-2 Yankee Conference: 2-3 (5th) Sept. 11 at Lafayette Sept. 18 at Maine Sept. 25 at Brown Oct. 2 Massachusetts Oct. 9 at Northeastern Oct. 16 Boston University (HC) Oct. 23 Southern Connecticut Oct. 30 at New Hampshire Nov. 6 Lehigh Nov. 13 at Connecticut Nov. 20 Springfield

1983

Home 4-2, Away 2-2 Yankee Conference: 2-3 (t-4th) Sept. 3 at Ball State Sept. 17 Maine Sept. 24 at Brown Oct. 1 at Massachusetts Oct. 8 Northeastern (HC) Oct. 15 at Boston University Oct. 22 Southern Connecticut Oct. 29 New Hampshire Nov. 5 Delaware Nov. 12 Connecticut

1984

Home 5-0, Away 5-3 Yankee Conference: 4-1 (t-1st) Sept. 1 Howard Sept. 8 Lafayette Sept. 15 at Holy Cross Sept. 22 at Maine Sept. 29 at Brown Oct. 6 Massachusetts Oct. 13 at Northeastern Oct. 20 Boston University (HC)*

W, 3-0 L, 17-19 W, 7-6 W, 19-14 W, 34-7 L, 6-31

Oct. 27 at Lehigh Nov. 3 at New Hampshire Nov. 17 at Connecticut Dec. 1 Richmond** Dec. 8 at Montana State** * Largest crowd in Meade Stadium history (13,052) ** NCAA I-AA Playoffs

1-9-1

1985

Coach: Bob Griffin L, 14-34 L, 7-17 L, 6-35 L, 13-31 W, 10-0 L, 0-24 L, 0-7 L, 6-21 T, 24-24 L, 9-10 L, 6-16

2-9

Coach: Bob Griffin L, 14-21 W, 24-19 L, 11-14 L, 8-26 L, 7-34 L, 13-24 W, 7-6 L, 28-31 L, 10-23 L, 30-56 L, 3-9

6-6

Coach: Bob Griffin L, 8-33 W, 21-10 W, 23-12 W, 16-10 W, 33-0 L, 21-27 L, 15-35 W, 14-12 L, 8-10 W, 34-29 L, 6-41 L, 0-51

7-4

Head Coach: Bob Griffin W, 20-10 W, 58-55 (6OT) L, 20-24 L, 7-17 W, 14-13 L, 16-26 W, 41-14 W, 23-20 W, 20-16 L, 21-26 W, 24-0

6-4

Head Coach: Bob Griffin L, 26-42 W, 24-16 W, 30-16 W, 13-3 W, 30-10 L, 22-24 W, 17-7 L, 13-14 W, 19-9 L, 17-18

10-3

Head Coach: Bob Griffin W, 31-21 W, 31-10 L, 0-19 W, 27-0 W, 34-13 W, 20-19 W, 30-22 W, 22-7

Home 7-0, Away 3-3 Yankee Conference: 5-0 (1st) Sept. 7 at Delaware Sept. 14 Howard Sept. 21 Maine Sept. 28 at Brown Oct. 5 at Massachusetts Oct. 12 at Lehigh Oct. 19 at Boston University Oct. 26 Lafayette (HC) Nov. 2 New Hampshire Nov. 9 Northeastern Nov. 16 Connecticut Nov. 30 Akron* Dec. 7 at Furman* * NCAA I-AA Playoffs

1986

Home 1-5, Away 0-5 Yankee Conference: 0-7 (8th) Sept. 6 at Delaware Sept. 13 Towson Sept. 20 at Maine Sept. 27 Brown Oct. 4 Massachusetts Oct. 18 Boston University (HC) Oct. 25 Richmond Nov. 1 at New Hampshire Nov. 8 Southern Connecticut Nov. 15 at Connecticut Nov. 22 at Northeastern

1987

Home 1-4, Away 0-6 Yankee Conference: 1-6 (8th) Sept. 5 at James Madison Sept. 12 Delaware Sept. 19 Maine Sept. 26 at Brown Oct. 3 at Massachusetts Oct. 17 at Boston University Oct. 24 at Richmond Oct. 31 New Hampshire (HC) Nov. 7 Northeastern Nov. 14 Connecticut Nov. 21 at Towson

1988

Home 2-3, Away 2-4 Yankee Conference: 3-5 (t-7th) Sept. 3 at Holy Cross Sept. 10 Boston University Sept. 17 at Delaware Sept. 24 Brown Oct. 1 at Villanova Oct. 8 Massachusetts Oct. 15 at Maine Oct. 22 Richmond (HC) Nov. 5 at Northeastern Nov. 12 New Hampshire Nov. 19 at Connecticut

1989

Home 0-4, Away 3-3, Neutral 0-1 Yankee Conference: 1-7 (8th) Sept. 9 at Richmond Sept. 16 Delaware Sept. 23 Northeastern Sept. 30 at Brown Oct. 7 at Massachusetts Oct. 14 Maine (HC) Oct. 21 at Boston University Oct. 28 vs. Villanova (in Milan, Italy) Nov. 4 at Towson Nov. 11 at New Hampshire Nov. 18 Connecticut

1990

Home 4-2, Away 1-4 Yankee Conference: 2-6 (t-7th) Sept. 8 Towson Sept. 15 Richmond Sept. 22 Brown Sept. 29 at Delaware Oct. 6 Massachusetts Oct. 13 at Maine Oct. 20 Boston University (HC)

W, 24-16 L, 12-14 W, 29-19 W, 23-17 L, 20-32

10-3

Head Coach: Bob Griffin L, 13-29 W, 46-0 W, 34-14 L, 27-32 W, 7-3 W, 45-38 W, 34-19 W, 41-19 W, 30-20 W, 34-21 W, 56-42 W, 35-27 L, 15-59

1-10

Head Coach: Bob Griffin L, 10-44 L, 14-35 L, 14-34 L, 7-27 L, 17-31 L, 0-17 L, 14-28 L, 24-28 W, 34-18 L, 14-21 (OT) L, 9-36

Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

at Villanova at Northeastern New Hampshire at Connecticut

L, 7-14 W, 31-11 W, 24-14 L, 21-51

1991

6-5

Home 3-2, Away 3-3 Yankee Conference: 3-5 (t-4th) Sept. 14 at Richmond Sept. 21 Delaware Sept. 28 at Towson Oct. 5 at Brown Oct. 12 at Massachusetts Oct. 19 Maine (HC) Oct. 26 at Boston University Nov. 2 Villanova Nov. 9 Northeastern Nov. 16 at New Hampshire Nov. 23 Connecticut

Coach: Bob Griffin L, 10-19 L, 7-42 W, 45-25 W, 38-36 W, 17-14 W, 52-30 L, 0-43 L, 14-49 W, 28-20 L, 35-42 W, 20-10

1992

1-10

Home 1-4, Away 0-6 Yankee Conference: 0-8 (9th) Sept. 12 Towson Sept. 19 at Delaware Sept. 26 Richmond Oct. 2 at Hofstra Oct. 10 Massachusetts Oct. 17 at Maine Oct. 24 Boston University (HC) Oct. 31 at Villanova Nov. 7 at Northeastern Nov. 14 New Hampshire Nov. 21 at Connecticut

Coach: Bob Griffin W, 36-19 L, 14-31 L, 14-46 L, 18-28 L, 7-32 L, 9-21 L, 21-34 L, 3-34 L, 26-35 L, 13-20 L, 0-38

Floyd Keith Head Coach 1993-99

1-10

Head Coach: Bob Griffin L, 0-38 W, 26-13 L, 20-24 L, 15-17 L, 7-42 L, 13-16 L, 14-27 L, 14-28 L, 3-21 L, 7-52 L, 6-19

4-7

Head Coach: Bob Griffin L, 7-49 L, 16-41 W, 23-17 W, 17-10 L, 14-20 L, 7-26 L, 14-28 W, 14-10 L, 19-24 L, 9-17 W, 21-19

3-8

Head Coach: Bob Griffin W, 45-14 L, 12-21 L, 0-17 W, 18-13 L, 6-31 L, 21-47 L, 31-34 (2OT) L, 25-28 W, 19-6 L, 0-25 L, 28-35

5-6

Head Coach: Bob Griffin

W W W. G O R H O D Y. C O M

W, 40-21 W, 37-0 W, 23-3 L, 19-24 L, 13-16 L, 17-24 L, 13-15

23-53 (seven seasons)

1993

Home 3-2, Away 1-5 Yankee Conference: 2-6 (4th) Sept. 4 at Boise State Sept. 11 Hofstra Sept. 18 #3 Delaware Sept. 25 Northeastern Oct. 2 at Brown Oct. 9 at Massachusetts Oct. 16 Maine (HC)* Oct. 23 at #15 Boston University Oct. 30 at Villanova Nov. 6 Connecticut Nov. 13 at New Hampshire * Maine forfeited win for using ineligible player(s)

1994

Home 0-5, Away 2-4 Yankee Conference: 2-6 (t-5th) Sept. 3 #21 William & Mary Sept. 10 at Maine Sept. 17 at Northeastern Sept. 24 Brown Oct. 1 at Massachusetts Oct. 8 #12 Boston University Oct. 22 at Connecticut Oct. 29 New Hampshire (HC) Nov. 4 at #23 Hofstra Nov. 12 Delaware State Nov. 19 at Delaware

1995

Home 4-2, Away 3-2 Yankee Conference: 6-2 (1st, NE Division) Sept. 2 at Delaware State Sept. 9 Maine Sept. 16 at #22 New Hampshire Sept. 23 at Brown Sept. 30 Massachusetts Oct. 7 at #17 William & Mary Oct. 14 at Boston University Oct. 21 #15 Connecticut (HC) Nov. 4 Villanova Nov. 11 #8 Hofstra Nov. 18 #8 Delaware

4-7

Head Coach: Floyd Keith L, 10-31 W, 37-32 L, 11-32 W, 15-13 W, 30-7 L, 14-36 W, 23-26 (2OT) L, 15-48 L, 10-14 L, 9-41 L, 33-51

2-9

Head Coach: Floyd Keith L, 17-38 W, 28-21 W, 27-20 L, 29-32 L, 12-22 L, 23-45 L, 16-33 L, 7-13 L, 16-42 L, 26-28 L, 7-26

7-4

Coach: Floyd Keith W, 17-14 W, 17-13 W, 10-7 L, 28-31 W, 34-0 L, 14-23 W, 22-19 W, 24-19 W, 27-10 L, 3-37 L, 19-24

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1996

4-6

Home 4-2, Away 0-4 Head Coach: Floyd Keith Yankee Conference: 2-5 (4th) Aug. 31 American International W, 49-3 Sept. 7 William & Mary L, 16-23 Sept. 14 New Hampshire L, 26-35 Sept. 21 at Maine L, 19-58 Sept. 28 Brown W, 28-13 Oct. 5 Massachusetts W, 41-21 Oct. 19 at Connecticut* Cancelled Oct. 26 Boston University (HC) W, 38-7 Nov. 2 at #16 Villanova L, 16-34 Nov. 16 at #13 Delaware L, 27-43 Nov. 23 at Hofstra L, 0-21 * Ruled 'no contest' by NCAA and a forfeit by Yankee Conference

1997

Home 1-4, Away 1-5 Yankee Conference: 2-6 (t-4th) Sept. 6 Maine Sept. 13 New Hampshire Sept. 20 Northeastern Sept. 27 at Massachusetts Oct. 4 Hofstra (HC) Oct. 11 at Boston University Oct. 18 at Brown Oct. 25 at Connecticut Nov. 1 #1 Villanova Nov. 8 at Richmond Nov. 15 at James Madison

1998

Home 2-3, Away 1-5 Atlantic 10: 2-6 (5th) Sept. 5 #4 William & Mary Sept. 17 Richmond Sept. 26 at Northeastern Oct. 3 Brown (HC) Oct. 10 at Maine Oct. 17 at #25 Hofstra Oct. 24 at #10 Connecticut Oct. 31 James Madison Nov. 7 #12 Massachusetts Nov. 14 at New Hampshire Nov. 21 at Villanova

1999

Home 1-5, Away 0-5 Atlantic 10: 1-7 (t-10th) Sept. 4 New Hampshire Sept. 18 #7 Hofstra Sept. 25 Morgan State Oct. 2 at Connecticut Oct. 9 at Richmond Oct. 16 at Brown Oct. 23 Maine (HC) Oct. 30 at #20 Massachusetts Nov. 6 William & Mary Nov. 13 at #25 Delaware Nov. 20 Northeastern

2-9

Head Coach: Floyd Keith L, 14-30 W, 35-21 L, 13-41 L, 14-18 L, 21-28 W, 20-17 L, 15-23 L, 21-37 L, 15-37 L, 11-27 L, 37-39 (3 OT)

3-8

Head Coach: Floyd Keith L, 13-21 L, 17-20 (OT) L, 17-24 W, 44-16 W, 18-17 L, 30-48 L, 17-31 W, 28-21 L, 13-23 L, 7-9 L, 15-27

1-10

Head Coach: Floyd Keith L, 14-37 L, 13-28 L, 21-24 L, 9-20 L, 38-41 L, 25-27 W, 23-14 L, 9-31 L, 6-24 L, 0-35 L, 10-20

33-57 (eight seasons)

82

2002

Home 3-3, Away 0-6 Atlantic 10: 1-8 (11th) Aug. 31 Bryant Sept. 7 at #20 Hofstra Sept. 14 at Syracuse Sept. 28 at #3 Maine Oct. 5 Brown Oct. 12 at Northeastern Oct. 19 Delaware (HC) Oct. 26 Richmond Nov. 2 James Madison Nov. 9 at #20 William & Mary Nov. 16 at #4 Villanova Nov. 23 Massachusetts

2003

Home 2-4, Away 2-4 Atlantic 10: 3-8 (t-8th) Sept. 6 #13 Fordham Sept. 13 #6 Northeastern Sept. 20 New Hampshire Sept. 27 at Richmond Oct. 4 at Brown Oct. 11 #3 Villanova (HC) Oct. 18 at #4 Delaware Oct. 25 William & Mary Nov. 1 at James Madison 11/8 at Cincinnati Nov. 15 Hofstra Nov. 22 #7 Massachusetts

2004

Home 2-4, Away 2-3 Atlantic 10: 2-6 (6th) Sept. 4 at Fordham Sept. 11 Central Conn. St. Sept. 25 at Hofstra Oct. 2 Brown Oct. 9 at Towson Oct. 16 at #16 William & Mary Oct. 23 Massachusetts (HC) Oct. 30 #23 Villanova Nov. 6 #18 New Hampshire Nov. 14 Maine Nov. 20 at Northeastern Home 2-3, Away 2-4 Atlantic 10: 2-6 (6th) Sept. 3 Fordham Sept. 10 at Central Conn. St Sept. 17 #7 William & Mary Sept. 24 at #24 Massachusetts Oct. 1 at Brown Oct. 8 Towson (HC) Oct. 15 at #8 New Hampshire Oct. 22 at Villanova Oct. 29 Hofstra Nov. 12 at Maine Nov. 19 Northeastern

Head Coach 2000-07

Home 1-4, Away 2-4 Atlantic 10: 2-7 Sept. 2 #16 Delaware Sept. 9 at New Hampshire Sept. 23 at #12 Hofstra Sept. 30 Brown Oct. 7 at William & Mary Oct. 14 #8 James Madison (HC) Oct. 21 at Northeastern Oct. 28 at Maine Nov. 4 #13 Richmond Nov. 11 at Connecticut Nov. 18 Massachusetts

Home 4-1, Away 4-2 Atlantic 10: 6-3 (5th) Aug. 30 at #4 Delaware Sept. 8 #4 Hofstra Sept. 22 at James Madison Sept. 29 at Brown Oct. 6 at Hampton Oct. 13 #25 William & Mary Oct. 20 New Hampshire (HC) Oct. 27 at Richmond Nov. 3 #24 Maine Nov. 17 at Massachusetts Nov. 24 Northeastern

2005

Tim Stowers

2000

2001

3-8

Head Coach: Tim Stowers L, 7-29 L, 12-13 L, 12-30 L, 19-29 L, 16-26 W, 7-6 W, 38-24 L, 7-37 L, 10-13 (OT) W, 26-21 L, 21-29

2006

Home 3-3, Away 1-4 Atlantic 10: 2-6 (5th) Aug. 31 at Connecticut Sept. 9 Merrimack Sept. 23 #18 Delaware Sept. 30 Brown Oct. 7 at #13 James Madison Oct. 14 # 10 Richmond (HC) Oct. 21 at #6 Massachusetts Oct. 28 #15 Maine Nov. 4 at Hofstra Nov. 11 #9 New Hampshire Nov. 17 at Northeastern

8-3

Head Coach: Tim Stowers W, 10-7 W, 35-26 W, 16-12 W, 42-38 W, 56-7 W, 34-31 W, 31-27 L, 0-28 L, 14-26 L, 7-24 W, 27-26

2007

Home 2-4, Away 1-4 CAA Football: 2-7 (t-4th North) Sept. 1 Fordham Sept. 8 at Army Sept. 15 at #10 Delaware Sept. 22 #15 Hofstra Sept. 29 at Brown Oct. 13 #9 James Madison (HC) Oct. 20 at #18 Richmond Oct. 27 at #8 New Hampshire Nov. 3 #3 Massachusetts Nov. 10 at Maine Nov. 17 Northeastern

3-8

Head Coach: Tim Stowers L, 23-27 L, 7-14 (OT) L, 9-38 L, 24-37 W, 49-42 (2OT) L, 27-44 L, 6-38 L, 36-49 W, 12-6 (OT) L, 0-35 W, 35-3

3-9

Head Coach: Tim Stowers

Darren Rizzi

W, 28-0 L, 19-37 L, 17-63 L, 14-31 W, 38-28 L, 13-38 W, 17-14 (2OT) L, 0-26 L, 11-15 L, 6-44 L, 3-45 L, 21-48

4-8

Head Coach: Tim Stowers L, 28-63 L, 39-42 W, 55-40 W, 17-13 W, 27-9 L, 17-21 L, 10-55 L, 24-37 L, 27-39 L, 24-31 W, 24-0 L, 17-31

Head Coach 2008 3-9 (one season)

2008

Home 2-4, Away 1-5 CAA Football 2-7 (t-5th North) Aug. 30 Monmouth Sept. 7 at Fordham Sept. 13 #10 New Hampshire Sept. 20 at Hofstra Sept. 27 at Boston College Oct. 4 #25 Brown Oct. 11 at Towson Oct. 18 #8 Villanova Oct. 25 at #23 William and Mary Nov. 1 #15 Massachusetts (HC) Nov. 15 #21 Maine Nov. 22 at Northeastern

3-9

Head Coach: Darren Rizzi W, 27-24 L, 0-16 L, 43-51 L, 20-23 L, 0-42 W, 37-13 L, 32-37 L, 7-44 L, 24-34 L, 0-49 L, 7-37 W, 29-14

4-7

Coach: Tim Stowers W, 37-36 W, 39-7 L, 43-62 L, 13-20 W, 28-16 L, 24-31 W, 27-24 L, 9-48 L, 3-27 L, 28-42 L, 14-42

Joe Trainer Head Coach 2009 - present 1-10 ( one season)

4-7

Head Coach: Tim Stowers W, 34-20 W, 56-10 W, 48-29 L, 6-14 L, 35-45 L, 14-23 L, 9-53 W, 48-30 L, 24-38 L, 24-27 (OT) L, 14-17

4-7

Head Coach: Tim Stowers

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L, 7-52 W, 42-7 L, 17-24 W, 28-21 L, 23-35 L, 6-31 L, 16-41 W, 3-0 W, 20-13 L, 21-63 L, 31-45

2009

Home 1-4, Away 0-6 CAA Football 0-8 (6th - North) Sept. 5 Fordham Sept. 19 at #17 Massachusetts Sept. 26 at Connecticut Oct. 3 at Brown Oct. 10 Towson Oct. 17 Hofstra Oct. 24 at #4 Villanova Oct. 31 #5 William and Mary Nov. 7 at #8 New Hampshire Nov. 14 at Maine Nov. 21 Northeastern

1-10

Head Coach: Joe Trainer W, 41-28 L, 10-30 L, 10-52 L, 20-28 L, 28-36 L, 16-28 L, 7-36 L, 14-39 L, 42-55 L, 17-41 L, 27-33


MEDIA INFORMATION MEDIA INTERVIEW REQUESTS Any member of the media seeking to interview URI Head Coach Joe Trainer or any of the URI football student-athletes during the week should contact Tom Symonds in the Sports Communications office at (401) 874-2409. PHOTOS Head shots and action photographs of most members of the 2009 Rhode Island football team are available to media outlets in jpg or tiff format and can be emailed or made available on CD. Please contact Tom Symonds for more details. DIRECTIONS TO MEADE STADIUM From the North: Follow Interstate 95 South to Exit 9 (Route 4 South) toward North Kingstown. Follow Route 4 South/Route 1 South for 13 miles. Turn right onto Route 138 West/Mooresfield Road at the traffic signal. Travel four miles on Route 138 West and pass the main entrance of the University of Rhode Island. Turn right at the traffic signal at the intersection of Route 138 West with Plains Road. Follow Plains Road one mile to Meade Stadium. From the South: Follow Interstate 95 North to Exit 3A (Route 138 East) toward Kingston/Newport. Follow for nine miles and turn left on to Plains Road at the traffic signal. Follow Plains Road for one mile to Meade Stadium. PRESS BOX The press box is located on the east side of Meade Stadium. It is open three hours before game time. Following the game, telephone lines are available in the press box on a first-come, first-served basis. However, writers may prefer to file from the Ryan Center press room, which is located adjacent to the interview room. During the 2009 season, there will be wireless internet access available in the Meade Stadium press box. MEDIA CREDENTIALS Media credentials for all Rhode Island home games can be obtained by contacting Tom Symonds in the URI Sports Communcations Office. All credential requests MUST be made prior to 5 p.m. on the Friday preceeding a home contest. All media credentials will be available at the WILL CALL window at the Ryan Center Athletic Ticket Office, which is located on the North end of the building. Accredited photographers are not allowed in the team bench areas, in accordance with NCAA regulations.

POST-GAME PROCEDURE Prior to the conclusion of the game, Tom Symonds will solicit postgame player interview requests for both teams. Following a 15minute cooling off period, the visiting coach and requested players will report to the interview room in the Ryan Center. Head Coach Joe Trainer and members of the Rhode Island football team will then be available in the interview room. Adjacent to the interview room is the press room where telephone are available for filing purposes. CAA FOOTBALL INFORMATION CAA Football releases will be available no later than Monday morning throughout the season on the CAA website: www. caasports.com. The CAA office is located at 8625 Patterson Avenue, Richmond, VA 23229. You can reach the office by phone (806-7541616), fax (804-754-1830), or email. The CAA Football media contact is Scott Meyer (smeyer@caasports.com). CAA FOOTBALL WEEKLY TELECONFERENCE The CAA Football coaches will hold a weekly teleconference for the media beginning Monday, Aug. 30. The call will take place each Monday throughout the entire 2009 season. The scheduled calls will come to an end when the final CAA Football completes its season in the 2009 NCAA Division I National Championships. Coaches and a selected student-athlete will participate in the postseason calls if their teams are still alive in Championship play. The teleconference will open with the release of the selected player of the week winners, a recap of the weekend and a preview of the following week. CAA Football coaches will be available to answer questions beginning at 10:10 a.m. The weekly lineup is listed below. Beginning Sept. 7 and continuing throughout the 2008 season, a featured student-athlete will conclude the call with a 10minute interview segment at 12:10 p.m.

RAMS ON THE RADIO For the 49th consecutive year, Rhode Island fans throughout southern New England will be able to follow the Rams live on radio. All Rhode Island games and coach’s shows can be heard over the Internet at www.GoRhody.com. In his 16th season handling the play-by-play duties, Steve McDonald has been the sports director at WHJJ AM for the last 19 years. The lifelong Rumford, R.I. native graduated from Providence College in 1984. McDonald is involved with the Pawtucket Red Sox television broadcasts and has been honored with the Associated Press Award for Sports Play-by-Play and the AIAW’s Media Award. Terry Lynch, a former player and assistant coach for the Rams, joined the broadcast team in 2001. He was a quarterback and tight end for the Rams from 1979-82. Lynch was named third-team All-New England in 1980. Following his playing days, he spent 15 years on the Rhode Island sidelines as an assistant coach. The 1984 Rhode Island graduate was inducted into the URI Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. Rhode Island’s games can be heard live over the Internet at GoRhody.com.

UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS Tom Symonds

Coordinator, Sports Communications 401-874-2409 (office) 330-283-8581 (cell) tsymonds@mail.uri.edu

The phone number to take part in the call is 888-289-3996. Members of the media should contact Scott Meyer (804-7541616 x20) at the CAA office for the password to access the call. Comments from the call will also be available on the web at www. CAASports.com each Monday after 1 p.m.

Mike Laprey

Head Coach Joe Trainer will be available at 11:20 a.m each Monday throughout the regular season.

Jodi Pontbriand

Assistant AD, Sports Communications 401-874-2401 (office) mlaprey@uri.edu

Coordinator, Sports Communications 401-874-5356 (office) jpontbriand@uri.edu

MEDIA PARKING Limited parking is available behind the East grandstand of Meade Stadium directly behind the press box. A credential is required in order to gain access to the media parking lot. RADIO INFORMATION Three telephone lines are available for the visiting team’s official radio station at no charge to league opponents. Additional telephone lines are available at $75 per line by contacting Tom Symonds in the URI Sports Communications office. The fee should be paid in advance unless other arrangements have been made. Due to signage commitments, visiting radio stations are not permitted to display signage or banners from the press box. PRESS BOX TELEPHONES Main Press Box - (401) 874-4616 Home Radio - (401) 874-5360, (401) 874-5361 Visiting Radio - (401) 874-2885, (401) 874-2886, (401) 783-7433 LOCKER ROOM POLICY Rhode Island’s football locker room is closed to all media. All interviews will take place in the interview room located in the Ryan Center.

GoRhody.com

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MEDIA INFORMATION NEWSPAPERS ASSOCIATED PRESS

Brooke Donald, sports editor 10 Dorrance Street Providence, R.I. 02903 Phone: (401) 274-2270 Fax: (401) 272-5644

USA TODAY

KENT COUNTY DAILY TIMES

Brendan McGair, sports editor email: kceditor@ricentral.com 1353 Main Street West Warwick, R.I. 02893 Phone: (401) 821-7400 Fax: (401) 828-0810

NARRAGANSETT TIMES

Eddie Timanus email: etimanus@usatoday.com 1000 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, Va. 22229 Phone: (703) 276-3400

187 Main Street Wakefield, R.I. 02879 Phone: (401) 789-9744 Fax: (401) 789-4907

PROVIDENCE JOURNAL

Rick McGowan, writer email: mcgowan@newportri.com 101 Malbone Road Newport, R.I. 02840 Phone: (401) 849-3301 Fax: (401) 849-3306

Mike Szostak, reporter email: mszostak@projo.com Bill Reynolds, columnist Jim Donaldson, columnist 75 Fountain Street Providence, R.I. 02902 Phone: (401) 277-7340 Fax: (401) 277-7444

ATTLEBORO SUN CHRONICLE

Dale Ransom, sports editor email: dransom@thesunchronicle.com Pete Gobis, reporter email: pgobis@thesunchronicle.com 34 South Main Street Attleboro, Mass. 02703 Phone: (508) 236-0348 Fax: (508) 236-0462

BOSTON GLOBE

Joe Sullivan, sports editor email: jtsullivan@globe.com Mark Blaudschun, reporter email: blaudschun@globe.com Marty Dobrow, reporter email: marty.dobrow@yahoo.com 135 Morrissey Boulevard Boston, Mass. 02107 Phone: (617) 929-3235 Fax: (617) 929-2670

BOSTON HERALD

Hank Hryniewicz, sports editor email: sports@bostonherald.com John Connolly, reporter email: jconnolly@bostonherald.com One Herald Square Boston, Mass. 02106 Phone: (617) 426-3000 Fax: (617) 542-1314

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NEWPORT DAILY NEWS

PAWTUCKET EVENING TIMES

Terry Nau, sports editor email: sports@pawtuckettimes.com 23 Exchange Street Pawtucket, R.I. 02862 Phone: (401) 722-4000 Fax: (401) 727-9252

SOUTH COUNTY INDEPENDENT

Brendan Dowding, sports editor email: brendand@neindependent.com P.O. Box 5679 Wakefield, R.I. 02880 Phone: (401) 789-6000 Fax: (401) 792-9176

WESTERLY SUN

Keith Kimberlin, sports editor email: sports@thewesterlysun.com 56 Main Street Westerly, R.I. 02891 Phone: (401) 596-7791 ext. 216 Fax: (401) 348-5080

WOONSOCKET CALL

Arlen Schweiger, sports editor email: news@woonsocketcall.com 75 Main Street Woonsocket, R.I. 02895 Phone: (401) 762-3000 ext. 148 Fax: (401) 765-2834

GOOD FIVE CENT CIGAR

Sports Editor Memorial Union University of Rhode Island Kingston, R.I. 02881 Phone (401) 874-5853 Fax: (401) 874-5607

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RADIO WHJJ-AM (920)

Steve McDonald, sports director email: stevemac@b101.com 75 Oxford Street Providence, R.I. 02905 Phone: (401) 519-1200 Fax: (401) 781-9329

WRIU-FM (90.3)

Memorial Union University of Rhode Island Kingston, R.I. 02881 Phone: (401) 874-4949 ext. 164 Fax: (401) 874-4349

TELEVISION WJAR-TV (Channel 10, NBC) Frank Carpano, sports director email: frank.carpano@nbc.com 23 Kenney Drive Cranston, R.I. 02920 Phone: (401) 455-9105 Fax: (401) 455-9140

WLNE-TV (Channel 6, ABC) Ken Bell, sports director email: kbell@abc6.com Don Coyne, reporter email: dcoyne@abc6.com 10 Orms Street Providence, R.I. 02903 Phone: (401) 453-8000 Fax: (401) 331-4431

WPRI-TV (Channel 12, CBS) Patrick Little, sports director email: plittle@wpri.com 25 Catamore Boulevard East Providence, R.I. 02915 Phone: (401) 438-3310 Fax: (401) 431-1012


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