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2010 PRESEASON FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE


KANSAS WESLEYAN KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 2010 PRESEASON FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE THE 2010 SEASON

2010 Schedule .................................................................................................................. 2 2010 Season Preview ..................................................................................................... 2 2010 Opponents .............................................................................................................. 4 2010 KCAC Schedule and About the KCAC ............................................................ 7 KWU Head Coach Dave Dallas .................................................................................... 8 KWU Assistant Coaches ................................................................................................. 9 Meet the 2010 Coyotes ...............................................................................................11

2009 SEASON IN REVIEW 2009 Season Recap .......................................................................................................16 2009 Season Statistics .................................................................................................18 2009 Game by Game Recaps ....................................................................................21

COYOTE FOOTBALL 2010 FOOTBALL QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION

Location .......................................................................................................... Salina, Kan. Nickname ..............................................................................................................Coyotes Colors ........................................................................................................... Purple / Gold Enrollment .................................................................................................................... 852 Conference Affiliation ............ Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) National Affiliation ..........................National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Stadium ....................................................................................................Salina Stadium Surface / Capacity ............................................................................ Synthetic / 7,000 Athletic Director........................................................................Dr. Matthew Williams President......................................................................................... Dr. Fletcher Lamkin Provost ................................................................................................ Dr. Wayne Lowen

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

Head Coach ...................................................................................................Dave Dallas Alma Mater ............................................................................. Missouri Western State KWU FOOTBALL HISTORY Record at Kansas Wesleyan ................................................. 72-58 (.554) / 13 years Brief History of KWU Football ...................................................................................34 KCAC Record at Kansas Wesleyan......................................................... 65-49 (.570) Season by Season Records.........................................................................................35 Overall Career Record .....................................................110-97-1 (.531) / 21 years Coaching Records .........................................................................................................36 Overall KCAC Record ...........................................................................100-81-1 (.552) All-Time Top Tens ...........................................................................................................36 Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks...................... Chris Snyder (1st season) Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Backs........................Bob Frey (1st season) THE KANSAS WESLEYAN EXPERIENCE Running Backs / Receivers ............................................Drew Dallas (2nd season) This is Kansas Wesleyan Athletics ............................................................................39 Offensive Line .............................................................Rex Pippenger (11th season) About Kansas Wesleyan University .........................................................................40 Linebackers.......................................................................... Garett Cook (1st season) Salina, Kansas..................................................................................................................41 Defensive Line .....................................................................Mike Lango (1st season) Director of Athletic Programs Matthew Williams ..............................................42 Volunteer Assistant (WR) ............................................. Scott Coppoc (1st season) Athletic Staff ....................................................................................................................43 KWU Football Facilities ................................................................................................46 SPORTS INFORMATION The KWU Student Activities Center ........................................................................47 Sports Information Director ...................................................................David Toelle On-Campus Athletic Facilities ...................................................................................48 Office Phone...........................................................................785.827.5541 ext. 3146 Off-Campus Athletic Facilities...................................................................................49 Mobile Phone............................................................................................ 785.643.0913 The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics ......................................50 EMail...............................................................................................sportsinfo@kwu.edu The CollegeFanz Sports Network ............................................................................51 FAX ................................................................................................................ 785.827.0927 2010 Media Information and Media Policies .......................................................52 Website .................................................................................... www.kwucoyotes.com

2009 KCAC FOOTBALL REVIEW 2009 KCAC Composite Results .................................................................................54 2009 KCAC Football Statistics ...................................................................................54 2009 KCAC Top Performances...................................................................................60 2009 All-KCAC Teams ...................................................................................................62

VISITOR INFORMATION Visitor’s Guide .................................................................................................................64

FOOTBALL HISTORY First Year of Football ...............................................................................................1893 Seasons Played ........................................................................................................... 101 Overall Record ..................................................................................405-438-39 (.480) KCAC Record .....................................................................................288-278-22 (.509) KCAC Championships ...................................................................... 13 (Last in 2002) Bowl Appearances ..........................................1 (American Family Charity, 2000) NAIA Championship Series Berths ...................................................2 (2001, 2002) NAIA Championship Series Record ....................................................................... 0-2

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The 2010 Kansas Wesleyan Football Preseason Media Guide is an official publication of the KWU Athletic Department. The guide was designed in its entirety by KWU Sports Information Director David Toelle. All KWU action photos appear courtesy of Max Iselin Photography. The 64-page publication was created using Adobe Creative Suite 3 applications. The cover images were photographed by Max Iselin Photography and were edited by David Toelle, KWU SID. The guide was printed and bound by Consolidated Printing, Salina, Kansas.

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2010 SCHEDULE AND SEASON PREVIEW VARSITY SCHEDULE

practice sessions to install components of the new offensive sets, which was a definite positive for the Coyotes.

DATE Sept. 11 SEPT. 18 SEPT. 25 Oct. 2 OCT. 9 Oct. 16 OCT. 23

OPPONENT Tabor College * UNIVERSITY OF SAINT MARY * BETHEL COLLEGE * Bethany College * HASKELL INDIAN NATIONS UNIVERSITY McPherson College * STERLING COLLEGE *

LOCATION Hillsboro SALINA SALINA Lindsborg SALINA McPherson SALINA

TIME 7:00 6:00 7:00 7:00 3:00 1:30 1:30

OCT. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

OTTAWA UNIVERSITY * Friends University * Southwestern College *

SALINA Wichita Winfield

2:00 1:30 Despite the new look offense, the Coyotes will try to balance out the run/pass game, 1:30 something that Wesleyan has been able to do

HOMECOMING

* denotes KCAC Conference Games

HOME GAMES PLAYED AT SALINA STADIUM

JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE Date SEPT. 26 OCT. 4 OCT. 25 Oct. 11 Nov. 1

Opponent AIR FORCE ACADEMY JV BETHANY COLLEGE HASTINGS COLLEGE Hastings College Ottawa University

Location SALINA SALINA SALINA Hastings, Neb. Ottawa

Time 1:30 7:00 6:00 6:00 6:00

“It was very helpful for us to be able to get the system installed during the spring,” Dallas said. “Now we can head into the fall refining it, instead of installing at that point. I was very pleased with our efforts in spring ball, and now we are ready to get the little things down pat for the upcoming year.”

the last couple years. “We will definitely be balanced in our offensive attack. We will run the ball as well as throw it a little bit,” Dallas said. One of the biggest things of benefit to the Coyotes this season will be a simplified offensive attack as well as a renewed emphasis on an offensive philosophical base, something that had gotten away from the team last season.

Game times subject to change, schedule may change without prior notice, especially the JV schedule

“We tried to simplify things a little bit and not make things as complicated as they were, and we have redefined our offensive philosophy, 2010 KWU FOOTBALL SEASON PREVIEW which is the big key.” 2010 will be a season anew for the Kansas disappointing season last year where we didn’t The Kansas Wesleyan defense will return eight players with starting experience during the Wesleyan Coyote Football team. Changes to the live up to our own standards.” 2009 season. coaching staff, including a new offensive and defensive coordinator and a whole new look to Last year’s disappointing season has the returning the offense are among the many new things for players hungry and ready to have a break out year The defensive line is the big question mark heading into camp, losing three starters from in 2010. the Coyotes this season. last season including Pat Shelton, who led the After a second straight 5-5 season in 2009, the “The guys were hungry in the off-season and NAIA in sacks. Billy Butler (Sr., 6-1, 240, Paola, Coyotes are looking to rebound and make a run in the spring. We have worked really hard in the Kan./Highland CC (Kan.)) is the lone returning at the KCAC Championship, hoping to hoist the off-season and spring, getting stronger and more starter on the defensive line. powerful than we have ever been. We have a trophy for the first time since the 2002 season. group of much more dedicated student-athletes The Coyotes did well at filling the gaps up front and Dallas is confident the front four will step One of the key things that KWU Coach Dave and that is incredibly beneficial to us.” up and pay immediate dividends for the 2010 Dallas points to is the team’s depth at all positions heading into 2010. At press time, KWU On the offensive side, the Coyotes return 11 players season. is anticipating 132 players to report to camp that had starting experience in 2009 including all in August, Wesleyan’s highest number ever. the skill positions and a majority of the offensive “Our defensive line is going to have to come Among the 132 will be 56 freshmen, a group line returns that were full-time starters in 2009. through for us this year,” Dallas said. “We have The look of the offense will be much different great depth there and great players there, and that Dallas is impressed with already. than in years past as new Offensive Coordinator that’s going to be the key for us on the line.” “We have some great upper classmen,” he said. Chris Snyder will take the Coyotes to the air, “But our freshman class across the board is very implementing a spread offense look that was very Wesleyan returns seven in the back seven (linebackers and defensive backs) with starting talented and we have a lot of them, which is successful for Snyder at Mendocino College. experience; the only loss being Richie Raught crucial to the future of our program as well. We have large upper class groups (29 seniors and Dallas says that the offense will be fun to watch to graduation. Several other players who made significant contributions also return in the 29 juniors), which means your freshman class this year. defensive backfield. has to be pretty good as well.” “We have a chance to be very explosive offensively Dallas says the large numbers in the upper class this year,” he said. “We have a lot of guys back from “We are very solid in the defensive backfield, last year and that’s helpful, and our new system is outside of the loss of Richie,” Dallas said. “We groups is good heading into the season. have a lot of guys that stepped up for us last a welcome change for us.” year and filled in at key points.” “I think we have good leadership in our upperclassmen,” he said. “That’s something Snyder joined the Coyote staff in December of that is crucial for us especially coming off a 2009 and was able to work during the spring The linebacker group welcomes back the return

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of two players that missed the entire 2009 season with injuries in Jason McWilliams (Jr., 5-11, 190, Canton, Texas/Canton HS) and Vicente “Meeko” Arellano (Sr., 5-10, 220, Pittsburg, Calif./ Los Medanos College (Calif.)). The return of McWilliams and Arellano will also compliment a strong group of returning players that include Jacob Brackens (Jr., 6-1, 185, Mesquite, Texas/ North Mesquite HS), Kane Kaualoku (Jr., 5-11, 200, Richardson, Texas/Pearce HS) and Adrian Thomas (Jr., 5-10, 200, Diamond Bar, Calif./ Diamond Bar HS). Thomas had a break out sophomore season in 2009, leading the Coyotes with 86 tackles, nearly twice as many as any other player.

11 in Hillsboro against Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference opponent Tabor College.

“We’ve got some great depth at the linebacker position,” Dallas said. “We’ve got two allconference players back along with some players with great talent. We are very solid at linebacker this year.”

The Coyotes then entertain Bethel College at 7 p.m. on September 25 at Salina Stadium. Wesleyan is then on the road at rival Bethany College in a 7 p.m. contest in Lindsborg.

Don’t expect massive changes on the defensive side with new coordinator Bob Frey. Dallas said Frey’s defensive philosophy is very similar to what KWU has done in the past, but as always, new blood brings new twists and turns to everything.

The 2010 schedule is in the same order as the 2009 schedule, but the sites are reversed as the KCAC is in year six of its Football Master Schedule that was put together by conference officials prior to the 2005 season. Wesleyan’s home opener is September 18 at 6 p.m., against the University of Saint Mary at Salina Stadium. KWU has never lost to the Spires (9-0 alltime), despite close contests each of the last three years, including a 10-7 win last season on a 42-yard field goal by Scotty McKeon as time expired.

Haskell Indian Nations University will come to Salina on October 9 for a 3:00 kickoff in Wesleyan’s only non-conference tilt of the season. Wesleyan defeated the Indians 14-12 last season in Lawrence.

One week later, October 16, the Coyotes then head to McPherson to take on the McPherson Bulldogs “Our philosophical base on defense is very at 1:30 p.m., at McPherson Stadium. similar to what we’ve done in the past, but as always when you bring in a new coordinator, The Coyotes are at home for their next two contests, you will bring some new tweaks to things,” he hosting Sterling on October 23 for Homecoming said. “Coach Frey’s experience in the game, at all 2010 at 1:30 at Salina Stadium, and then Ottawa coaching levels and on both sides of the ball, he University the following week at 2 p.m. brings a lot to the table for us.” Wesleyan wraps up the season with two road One of the biggest question marks for the contests at Friends on November 6 at 1:30 p.m., Coyotes in 2010 could be the special teams, and then closes out the 2010 regular season in especially in the kicking game. The loss of Scotty Winfield at Southwestern College. McKeon to graduation left a big open hole for the Coyotes kicking game, but Dallas feels a The NAIA Football Championship Series begins couple of key additions and a couple returning on November 20 with First Round games at players will be able to step up and fill the gap campus sites culminating with the NAIA National left by McKeon’s departure. Championship Game on December 18 in Rome, Ga., at Barron Stadium hosted by Shorter College KWU will look to Jesus “Chewy” Ochoa (Jr., 5-11, and Rome-Floyd County. 170, Paramount, Calif./Cerritos College (Calif.)) as one of potential candidates as kicker for the Coyotes. Ochoa played soccer last season for the Wesleyan and will start the season doing both sports for KWU. Ochoa kicked for the Coyotes in the spring practice sessions and made a good impression for the coaching staff. “Chewy kicked in junior college (at Cerritos) and showed some real promise for us in the spring,” Dallas said. “But when you lose a consistent leg like Scotty (McKeon), it’s something that will be a challenge to replace.” Also looking to compete for the kicker spot will be returners Nick Ciliberti (So., 6-2, 180, Enid, Okla./Enid HS) and Scott Mulford (Jr., 6-1, 190, Topeka, Kan./Dodge City CC (Kan.)). The Coyotes will open the season on September

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2010 OPPONENTS

Game 4 · Oct. 2 · Lindsborg

BETHANY COLLEGE

Game 3 · Sept. 25 · Salina

Game 9 · Nov. 6 · Wichita

FRIENDS UNIVERSITY

HASKELL INDIAN NATIONS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ......................Lindsborg, Kan. Nickname .................................. Swedes Colors ......................................Blue/Gold Enrollment ........................................ 592 Conference.....................................KCAC Stadium ........................Anderson Field Athletic Director...............Jon Daniels President.......................Dr. Ed Leonard

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................North Newton, Kan. Nickname .................................Threshers Colors ..................................Maroon/Gray Enrollment ...........................................550 Conference....................................... KCAC Stadium .....................Thresher Stadium Athletic Director............Diane Flickner President.........................Dr. Perry White

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................. Wichita, Kan. Nickname ..................................... Falcons Colors ......................................Red / Silver Enrollment ....................................... 3,000 Conference....................................... KCAC Stadium ............. Adair-Austin Stadium Athletic Director....... Joe Zimmerman President............................Dr. Biff Green

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .......................Lawrence, Kan. Nickname ................. Fighting Indians Colors ................................. Purple/Gold Enrollment .....................................1,000 Conference......................Independent Stadium ...............Haskell Memorial Stadium Athletic Director............... Ted Juneau President.......... Dr. Linda Sue Warner

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach ......................Jamie Cruce Alma Mater .............................. Bethany Overall Record ................ 11-18 / 3 yrs School Record ................. 11-18 / 3 yrs 2009 Record....................................... 4-6 2009 KCAC Record .........3-6 / Tie-6th

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach ...................... Travis Graber Alma Mater ........................ Kansas State Overall Record ...................... 0-0 / 1st yr School Record ....................... 0-0 / 1st yr 2009 Record..........................................3-7 2009 KCAC Record ...........3-6 / Tie-6th

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach .......................Monty Lewis Alma Mater ................................................. Overall Record ..............112-51 / 16 yrs School Record ....................52-19 / 7 yrs 2009 Record..........................................8-2 2009 KCAC Record .................. 7-2 / 3rd

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach .......................... Eric Brock Alma Mater .......................... Fort Lewis Overall Record ................ 22-60 / 8 yrs School Record ................. 22-60 / 8 yrs 2009 Record....................................... 3-7

SPORTS INFORMATION SID ............................... Sarah Hawbaker Phone.............785.227.3380 ext 8299 EMail..... hawbakers@bethanylb.edu FAX ....................................785.227.2021 Website .............bethanyswedes.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID ..................................... Chad Schilling Phone................................. 316.284.5263 EMail.....................chads@bethelks.edu FAX ...................................... 316.284.5830 Website ............ athletics.bethelks.edu

SPORTS INFORMATION SID ....................................Scott Robinson Phone................................. 316.295.5116 EMail..............sports_information@friends.edu FAX ...................................... 316.295.5030 Website ................friendsathletics.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID .............................. Melissa Peterson Phone............... 785.749.8459 ext 637 EMail............mpeterson@haskell.edu FAX ....................................785.632.6632 Website .............haskell.edu/athletics

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting..................... Oct. 3, 2009 Result ....................................Loss, 21-27 All-Time Series ..............37-55-5 BTHY

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting................... Sept. 26, 2009 Result .......................................Win, 19-14 All-Time Series ...........................................

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting.......................Nov. 7, 2009 Result ...................................... Loss, 10-22 All-Time Series ...........................................

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting...................Oct. 10, 2009 Result .....................................Win, 14-12 All-Time Series ....................... 1-0 KWU

2010 SCHEDULE Sept 11 at Saint Mary Sept 18 vs. Tabor Sept. 25 at MacMurray (Ill.) Oct. 2 vs Kansas Wesleyan Oct. 9 at Bethel Oct. 16 vs. Southwestern Oct. 23 at Friends Oct. 30 at Sterling Nov. 6 vs. Ottawa Nov. 13 vs. McPherson

2010 SCHEDULE Sept 11 vs. Ottawa 7:00 Sept. 18 vs. Southern Nazarene TBA Sept. 25 at Kansas Wesleyan 7:00 Oct. 2 at Friends 7:00 Oct. 9 vs. Bethany 7:00 Oct. 16 at Saint Mary 1:30 Oct. 23 vs. Tabor 1:30 Oct. 30 vs. Southwestern 1:30 Nov. 6 at McPherson 1:30 Nov. 13 at Sterling 1:30

2010 SCHEDULE Sept 11 vs. McPherson Sept 18 at Southwestern Sept. 25 at Tabor Oct. 2 vs. Bethel Oct. 9 at Sterling Oct. 16 vs. Peru State Oct. 23 vs. Bethany Oct. 30 at Saint Mary Nov. 6 vs. Kansas Wesleyan Nov. 13 at Ottawa

2010 SCHEDULE Aug. 28 vs. Bacone Sept. 4 at McPherson Sept. 11 vs. Southern Nazarene Sept. 18 at Westminster (Mo.) Oct. 2 vs. Trinity Bible Oct. 9 at Kansas Wesleyan Oct. 16 at Saint Francis (Ill.) Oct. 23 vs. Waldorf (Iowa) Nov. 6 at SW Assemblies Nov. 13 at Peru State

JAMIE CRUCE HEAD COACH

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BETHEL COLLEGE

TRAVIS GRABER HEAD COACH

MONTY LEWIS HEAD COACH

Game 5 · Oct. 9 · Salina

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Game 6 · Oct. 16 · McPherson

McPHERSON COLLEGE

Game 8 · Oct. 30 · Salina

OTTAWA UNIVERSITY

SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE Game 10 · Nov. 13 · Winfield

Game 7 · Oct. 23 · Salina

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ....................McPherson, Kan. Nickname ................................ Bulldogs Colors ...................................Red / White Enrollment ........................................ 520 Conference.....................................KCAC Stadium ............. McPherson Stadium Athletic Director....Jenni Richardson President...............Michael Schneider

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ..............................Ottawa, Kan. Nickname ....................................... Braves Colors .................................... Black / Gold Enrollment ...........................................500 Conference....................................... KCAC Stadium ...................Peoples Bank Field Athletic Director........... Arabie Conner President...........................Kevin Eichner

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................Winfield, Kan. Nickname ..................... Moundbuilders Colors ................................Purple / White Enrollment ....................................... 1,400 Conference....................................... KCAC Stadium ............................Jantz Stadium Athletic Director................. Dave Denly President.................. Richard Merriman

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...........................Sterling, Kan. Nickname ................................. Warriors Colors ............Navy / Crimson / White Enrollment ........................................ 600 Conference.....................................KCAC Stadium ...................... Smisor Stadium Athletic Director......... Andy Lambert President................. Dr. Paul J. Maurer

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach .....................Joe Bettasso Alma MaterMissouri Southern State Overall Record ....................0-0 / 1st yr School Record .....................0-0 / 1st yr 2009 Record....................................... 9-2 2009 KCAC Record ..............8-1 / 2nd

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach ...................Kent Kessinger Alma Mater .................................Bethany Overall Record ...................31-30 / 6 yrs School Record ....................31-30 / 6 yrs 2009 Record....................................... 11-1 2009 KCAC Record ................... 9-0 / 1st

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach .......................Ken Crandall Alma Mater ................... Fort Hays State Overall Record ................ 31-94 / 12 yrs School Record ...................... 8-22 / 3 yrs 2009 Record..........................................3-7 2009 KCAC Record ...........3-6 / Tie-6th

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach ................. Andy Lambert Alma Mater ....... Trinity International Overall Record ..............67-65 / 13 yrs School Record ................. 38-21 / 6 yrs 2009 Record....................................... 6-4 2009 KCAC Record ................5-4 / 4th

SPORTS INFORMATION SID ...................................Alan Grosbach Phone...............................620.242.0431 EMail...... grosbaca@mcpherson.edu FAX ....................................620.245.9438 Website ..................macbulldogs.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID .......................................... Katie Tooley Phone............... 785.242.5200 ext 5401 EMail............ katie.tooley@ottawa.edu FAX ...................................... 785.229.1015 Website ................... ottawabraves.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID ...................................... Jason Jeschke Phone................................. 620.259.6218 EMail..........jason.jeschke@sckans.edu FAX ...................................... 620.229.6124 Website ....................buildersports.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID ........................................ Hans Nickel Phone...............................620.278.4656 EMail..................hnickel@sterling.edu FAX ....................................620.278.4319 Website ........... sterling.edu/athletics

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting...................Oct. 17, 2009 Result ....................................Loss, 38-52 All-Time Series ...............48-34-4 KWU

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting..................... Oct. 31, 2009 Result ...................................... Loss, 10-42 All-Time Series ...................25-37-5 OTT

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting.................... Nov. 14, 2009 Result ......................................... Win, 33-0 All-Time Series ...........................................

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting...................Oct. 24, 2009 Result ....................................Loss, 21-28 All-Time Series .........................................

2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 4 vs. Haskell Sept. 11 at Friends Sept. 18 vs. Ottawa Oct. 2 at Sterling Oct. 9 vs. Saint Mary Oct. 16 vs. Kansas Wesleyan Oct. 23 at Southwestern Oct. 30 vs. Tabor Nov. 6 vs. Bethel Nov. 13 at Bethany

2010 SCHEDULE Aug. 28 vs. Baker Sept. 11 at Bethel Sept. 18 at McPherson Sept. 25 vs. Sterling Oct. 2 at Southwestern Oct. 9 vs. Tabor Oct. 23 vs. Saint Mary Oct. 30 at Kansas Wesleyan Nov. 6 at Bethany Nov. 13 vs. Friends

2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 4 vs. Panhandle State Sept. 11 at Sterling Sept. 18 vs. Friends Sept. 25 at Saint Mary Oct. 2 vs. Ottawa Oct. 16 at Bethany Oct. 23 vs. McPherson Oct. 30 at Bethel Nov. 6 at Tabor Nov. 13 vs. Kansas Wesleyan

2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 11 vs. Southwestern Sept. 18 vs. Peru State Sept. 25 at Ottawa Oct. 2 vs. McPherson Oct. 9 vs. Friends Oct. 16 at Tabor Oct. 23 at Kansas Wesleyan Oct. 30 vs. Bethany Nov. 6 at Saint Mary Nov. 13 vs. Bethel

JOE BETTASSO HEAD COACH

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KENT KESSINGER HEAD COACH

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KEN CRANDALL HEAD COACH

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STERLING COLLEGE

ANDY LAMBERT HEAD COACH

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UNIVERSITY OF SAINT MARY

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ........................ Hillsboro, Kan. Nickname ................................. Bluejays Colors ....................................Blue / Gold Enrollment ........................................ 480 Conference.....................................KCAC Stadium ...............Joel Wiens Stadium Athletic Director............... Rusty Allen President...................Dr. Jules Glanzer

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .................. Leavenworth, Kan. Nickname ........................................ Spires Colors ...........................Navy Blue / Gold Enrollment ...........................................800 Conference....................................... KCAC Stadium ............ USM Football/Soccer Complex Athletic Director....................Rob Miller President....................... Sr. Diane Steele

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach ...................Mike Gardner Alma Mater ....................................Baker Overall Record ................ 45-21 / 6 yrs School Record ....................20-3 / 2 yrs 2009 Record.....................................0-10 2009 KCAC Record ............. 0-9 / 10th

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach ..................... Lance Hinson Alma Mater ...................Northern Texas Overall Record ...................19-30 / 5 yrs School Record ....................19-30 / 5 yrs 2009 Record..........................................3-7 2009 KCAC Record ...........3-6 / Tie-6th

SPORTS INFORMATION SID .............................Anthony Monson Phone.............620.947.3121 ext 1603 EMail................anthonym@tabor.edu FAX ....................................620.947.3789 Website .................taborbluejays.com

SPORTS INFORMATION SID ........................................... Mike Basler Phone................................. 913.758.4339 EMail....................baslerm@stmary.edu FAX ...................................... 913.758.4383 Website ............................. gospires.com

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting.................Sept. 12, 2009 Result .....................................Win, 35-19 All-Time Series .........................................

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting................... Sept. 19, 2009 Result ......................................... Win, 10-7 All-Time Series ..........................9-0 KWU

2010 SCHEDULE Sept 11 vs. Kansas Wesleyan Sept. 18 at Bethany Sept. 25 vs. Friends Oct. 2 at Peru State Oct. 9 at Ottawa Oct. 16 vs. Sterling Oct. 23 at Bethel Oct. 30 at McPherson Nov. 6 vs. Southwestern Nov. 13 vs. Saint Mary

2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 4 at Southern Nazarene Sept. 11 vs. Bethany Sept. 18 at Kansas Wesleyan Sept. 25 vs. Southwestern Oct. 9 at McPherson Oct. 16 vs. Bethel Oct. 23 at Ottawa Oct. 30 vs. Friends Nov. 6 vs. Sterling Nov. 13 at Tabor

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MIKE GARDNER HEAD COACH

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Game 2 路 Sept. 18 路 Salina

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LANCE HINSON HEAD COACH

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THE KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (KCAC) 2010 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference, commonly called “The Kansas Conference,” is a Aug. 28 ........Baker at Ottawa ........................................ 7:00 prominent intercollegiate athletics conference comprised of ten outstanding independent or Sept. 4 ..........Saint Mary at Southern Nazarene ...... 6:00 private institutions of higher education in the state. Haskell at McPherson.............................. 7:00 Panhandle State at Southwestern...... 7:00 The origins of the KCAC are traced to February 15, 1890, when the Kansas Intercollegiate Athletic Sept. 11 .......Bethany at Saint Mary............................. 2:30 Association became the result of the first successful attempt at organization among Kansas Southwestern at Sterling ....................... 6:00 colleges, “to promote and regulate amateur intercollegiate athletics.” At that time the association Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor ..................... 7:00 or conference included not only private universities and colleges but also Kansas Agriculture McPherson at Friends ............................. 7:00 College (now KSU), Kansas University, and Washburn University. Football seems to have been Ottawa at Bethel ....................................... 7:00 the major sponsored sport, and Baker University won the championship for the first three or Sept. 18 .......Saint Mary at Kansas Wesleyan ........... 6:00 four years. Friends at Southwestern........................ 7:00 Ottawa at McPherson ............................. 7:00 In about 1902 this early association became allied with the Kansas College Athletic Conference, Tabor at Bethany ...................................... 7:00 a group which was the first to adopt a definite set of rules and regulations. It also promoted Peru State at Sterling ...............................TBA an annual track and field meet which has continued yearly since, except for World War years. Southern Nazarene at Bethel ................TBA Basketball has been sponsored since 1904. Football was revived in 1907. Tennis began as early Sept. 25 .......Bethany at MacMurray ........................... 1:00 as 1912. Golf was added in 1923. By this time the name of the conference had been altered Southwestern at Saint Mary ................. 1:30 to the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference; it had grown to 17 college members and two Sterling at Ottawa .................................... 6:00 allied members: Baker, Bethany, Bethel, College of Emporia, Fairmount (now WSU), Friends, Bethel at Kansas Wesleyan .................... 7:00 Kansas Wesleyan, KSTC of Emporia (now ESU), KSTC of Hays (now FHSU), KSTC of Pittsburg Friends at Tabor......................................... 7:00 (now PSU), McPherson, Ottawa, St.Benedict’s (now Benedictine), St.Mary’s, Sterling (formerly Oct. 2 ............McPherson at Sterling ............................ 1:30 Cooper), Southwestern, and Washburn, and with St.John’s and Kansas City University (Kansas) Ottawa at Southwestern........................ 1:30 as allied members. Kansas University and Kansas Aggies had dropped out earlier to join other Bethel at Friends ....................................... 7:00 conferences. In 1923 the College of Emporia, KSTC of Emporia, KSTC of Hays, KSTC of Pittsburg, Kansas Wesleyan at Bethany ................ 7:00 Wichita (formerly Fairmount), Southwestern, and Washburn withdrew to form the Central Tabor at Peru State....................................TBA Conference. Oct. 9 ............Friends at Sterling .................................... 1:30 Saint Mary at McPherson....................... 1:30 The present legal entity comes from a reorganization of the conference when the predecessor Tabor at Ottawa ........................................ 1:30 Kansas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference formally disbanded on December 1, 1928, and a new Haskell at Kansas Wesleyan .................. 3:00 conference was formed which again was called the Kansas College Athletic Conference. The Bethany at Bethel ..................................... 7:00 members were Baker, Bethany, Kansas Wesleyan, McPherson, Ottawa, and St.Mary’s colleges. At Oct. 16 .........Bethel at Saint Mary ................................ 1:30 that time sportswriters quickly gave the KCAC league a nickname: the “Little Six,” in contrast to Kansas Wesleyan at McPherson .......... 1:30 the Big Six (which became Big Eight, now Big 12) which also was organized in 1928. St.Mary’s Peru State at Friends ............................... 1:30 College was discontinued in 1931. The College of Emporia returned to the fold in 1933, and Southwestern at Bethany ...................... 1:30 Bethel was readmitted in 1939. Friends, a former member of the KIAC, was admitted in 1953. Sterling at Tabor........................................ 2:00 Sterling and Southwestern were approved for membership in 1958. In 1968 Tabor College and Oct. 23 .........Bethany at Friends ................................... 1:30 St. Mary of the Plains College were admitted to make twelve members in the conference, and McPherson at Southwestern ................ 1:30 the conference was organized into Southern and Northern divisions until 1970 — when Baker, Sterling at Kansas Wesleyan ................. 1:30 College of Emporia, and Ottawa withdrew to join two separate Missouri-based conferences. In Tabor at Bethel .......................................... 1:30 the mid-1970s the formal name was changed again to Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. In Saint Mary at Ottawa .............................. 7:00 1975 women’s intercollegiate athletics were incorporated into programs of the KCAC. Ottawa Oct. 30 .........Bethany at Sterling .................................. 1:30 was readmitted in 1981, bringing the conference membership to 10. In 1992 St.Mary of the Plains Friends at Saint Mary .............................. 1:30 College in Dodge City left the conference and eventually closed. In 1999, Saint Mary College Southwestern at Bethel ......................... 1:30 (now University of Saint Mary) joined to return the KCAC membership to ten institutions. Tabor at McPherson ................................ 1:30 Ottawa at Kansas Wesleyan .................. 2:00 The “Kansas Conference” (KCAC) continues to be an all-Kansas conference. The KCAC is an Nov. 6 ...........Bethel at McPherson ............................... 1:30 affiliated conference of the National Association of intercollegiate Athletics with headquarters Kansas Wesleyan at Friends .................. 1:30 in Kansas City, Mo.. Today the KCAC sponsors conference intercollegiate athletics in football, Ottawa at Bethany ................................... 1:30 volleyball, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s Southwestern at Tabor ........................... 1:30 basketball, women’s basketball, men’s indoor track and field, women’s indoor track and field, Sterling at Saint Mary ............................. 1:30 men’s outdoor track and field, women’s outdoor track and field, baseball, softball, golf, women’s Nov. 13.........Bethel at Sterling ...................................... 1:30 tennis, men’s tennis. Friends at Ottawa ..................................... 1:30 Kansas Wesleyan at Southwestern..... 1:30 The KCAC is a widely respected conference which governs intercollegiate athletics in cooperation McPherson at Bethany ........................... 1:30 with the NAIA. Saint Mary at Tabor .................................. 1:30

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KANSAS WESLEYAN COACHING STAFF - HEAD COACH DAVE DALLAS Dave Dallas begins his 14th year at the helm of Kansas Wesleyan University Football, making him the longest continuously tenured football coach in the Kansas Conference. Since coming to Wesleyan to start the 1997 season, Dallas has racked up a 72-58 record with the Coyotes, good enough for third all-time in total coaching wins at KWU. DALLAS COACHING RECORDS WIN LOSS TIE 1989 3 7 0 1990 5 5 0 1991 5 5 0 1992 5 3 1 1993 6 4 0 1994 6 4 0 1995 7 3 0 1996 1 8 0 AT OTTAWA 38 39 1 1997 0 9 0 1998 6 3 0 1999 2 7 0 2000 7 4 0 2001 8 3 0 2002 8 3 0 2004 5 5 0 2005 8 2 0 2006 8 2 0 2007 5 5 0 2008 6 4 0 2009 5 5 0 AT KWU 72 58 0 TOTAL 110 97 1

CAC rival Dallas’ overall coaching record is 110-97-1 in 21 years, 13 at KWU and eight at KCAC Ottawa University, where he was 38-39-1. Since coming to KWU, Dallas has captured red two KCAC Championships in 2001 and 2002, and guided the Coyotes to their only two o NAIA Post Season Championship berths in those same years. Dallas was named the 2001 1 KCAC Coach of the Year. During his tenure at Wesleyan, Dallas has coached six NAIA All-Americans, and over 200 All-KCAC players, including six KCAC Players of the Year. One of Dallas’ team goals iss for the players to complete their degrees, and Dallas has coached over 30 NAIA Scholarr Athletes since 1997 at KWU. Dallas played his collegiate football at Missouri Western, and began his coaching career there as a graduate assistant for two seasons in 1983 and 1984. After finishing his degree at MWSU in 1984, Dallas spent one season at Truman State University (then Northeast Missouri State) in 1985, as the Bulldogs captured the MIAA title that season with an 8-3 overall record, and 5-0 in the MIAA. After taking a year off from the college ranks to coach at Rolla High School in Rolla, Mo., Dallas became defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa, for two seasons, before taking the head coaching job at Ottawa in 1989. Dallas took over the reigns of the Ottawa University program, and spent eight years at the leadership of the Braves, as they went 42-35-1 during his tenure. In 1997, Dallas took over a struggling Kansas Wesleyan program that had gone 4-26 the previous three years before his arrival. In just four years, in 2001, Wesleyan captured its first KCAC title since 1982, and made the school’s first ever NAIA Post-Season appearance.

Dallas is active in the American Football Coaches Association, currently serving as president of the NAIA-AFCA, as well as serving as a rater for the NAIA Football Top-25 Polls. Dallas and his wife Kelly live in Salina and they have four children Drew, Casey, Trey, and Molly.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN COACHING STAFF - ASSISTANT COACHES CHRIS SNYDER OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR

BOB FREY DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR

Chris Snyder has been the Offensive Coordinatorr at Kansas Wesleyan since December, 2009.

Bob Frey has been Defensive Coordinator at Kansas sas Wesleyan since 2010.

Snyder replaced Ryan Mills who spent two years with the Coyotes, one as Offensive Coordinator, replacing long-time coach William Wille after his retirement prior to the 2009 season.

Frey replaced Colby Hensley who left the program after spending nine years with the Coyotes.

Snyder came to Kansas Wesleyan from Mendocino College (Calif.), where he served as Offensive Coordinator for six seasons from 2004 to 2009. While at Mendocino, the Eagles finished in the Top 15 in the state of California in total offense each of the last six seasons. Mendocino finished the 2009 season ranked third in California in total offense, averaging 475.3 yards per game in ten games, second in passing yards per game, averaging 334.6 yards per game and sixth in points per game at 39.7. His teams won Bay Valley Conference Championships in 2005 and 2007 and were Mid-Empire Conference Champions in 2009. Before Mendocino, Snyder coached four seasons at Doane College (Neb.) as quarterbacks coach. Coach Snyder began his coaching career as a player/coach for the Baden Bruins in Vienna, Austria in the spring of 2000. Snyder holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications and Sociology from Doane College, and a Master of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He resides in Salina with his wife Michelle and daughter Tessa Ruth.

DREW DALLAS ASSISTANT COACH Drew Dallas has been an assistant coach with Kansas nsas Wesleyan since the 2009 season. Dallas played two years for Kansas Wesleyan, yan, throwing for 2882 yards. He was 222-445 with 33 touchdowns and 23 interceptions. He ranks sixth on Kansas Wesleyan’s All-Time Total Offense list, third in career passing yards and second all-time in career pass completions. Before Kansas Wesleyan, Dallas spent two years at Fort Hays State University after graduating from Salina Central High School in 2004. Drew is the son of current KWU Head Coach Dave Dallas. Drew is married to the former Heather McDonald, and the couple resides in Salina.

Hensley, who joined the Coyote coaching staff in 2001, left Wesleyan to join former KWU coach Mike Waldie at Luling High School in a similar position. Waldie was defensive coordinator for the Coyotes for one season in 2001, and Hensley became defensive coordinator at KWU in 2002 following Waldie's departure. Frey comes to Kansas Wesleyan after spending one season at Anna Maria College in Paxton, Mass., where he was assistant head coach and offensive coordinator for the Amcats in their inaugural season of football in 2009. Prior to Anna Maria, Frey spent three seasons at Olivet College (Mich.) as offensive line coach. While at Olivet, Frey helped the Comets win the 2007 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) Championship and make an appearance in the NCAA Division III playoffs. Frey also spent one year as defensive coordinator for the now defunct Kalamazoo Xplosion of the Continental Indoor Football League. Prior to his tenure at Olivet, Frey spent three seasons at Tri-State University (now Trine University (Ind.)) as head coach, compiling a 2-28 record. Before Tri-State, Frey spent nine seasons from 1994-2003 at MacMurray College (Ill.) as Head Coach. Frey excelled during that time, leading his team to six Conference Championships, including four-straight from 1996 to 1999. Frey compiled four of the best win-loss records in the program's history, including trips to the NCAA Division III Playoffs in 2001 and 2002. Frey's 1998 team led Division III in scoring. He was named Illini-Badger Football Conference Coach of the Year in 1998, 2001, and 2002, as well as being named the Co-Coach of the Year in 1996, and was honored as the SLIAC Football Coach of the Year in both 1997 and 1998. Prior to becoming head coach at MacMurray, Frey was defensive coordinator for the Highlanders for five seasons from 1990 to 1994. Frey also previously held coaching positions at Manchester College (Ind.), Edgewood High School (Ohio), and at Mount Union College (Ohio) where he began his coaching career in 1985. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Mount Union College in Physical Education and Health in 1985. He has three children Mary, Emily and Billy.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN COACHING STAFF - ASSISTANT COACHES REX PIPPENGER ASSISTANT COACH

GARETT COOK ASSISTANT COACH

Rex Pippenger has been an assistant coach with h the Coyotes since the 2000 season. He has served as a volunteer coach since then, and now has moved into a non-volunteer position.

Garett Cook has been an assistant coach with the Kansas Wesleyan Football team since 2010.

Cook came to KWU after a successful four-year playing career at Central Methodist University. He played linebacker for four seasons with the Coach Pippenger also teaches and coaches Eagles and was twice named a Daktronics-NAIA in USD 379, Clay Center, Kan., where he is a Scholar-Athlete, as well as being twice named elementary physical education teacher, and a as an All-Heart of America Conference Scholarthrowers coach for Clay Center Community High School. He also served as head football and strength and conditioning Athlete. coach from 1995 to 1999. He also represented CMU and the CMU football team serving as the 2009Before Clay Center, Pippenger spent 11 years in the Pleasanton School 2010 Champions of Character Representative. District as a teacher and as the Head Football and Assistant Basketball Cook, a native of Fredericktown, Mo., and 2006 graduate of Fredericktown Coach. High School, continued on to Central Methodist where he graduated in Pippenger holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education with a 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology Secondary Education. He was named to the Hampshire Honor Society in 2010 and was twice minor in Biology from Baker University. named CMU Student Body President. His wife’s name is Kathy and they have three children, Sarah, Megan and Chase.

MIKE LANGO ASSISTANT COACH

COACHES NOT PICTURED: Scott Coppoc - Volunteer Assistant Coach / Wide Receivers Kelton Kuckelman - Student Assistant Coach

Mike Lango has been an assistant football coach at Kansas Wesleyan since 2010. Prior to Kansas Wesleyan, Lango coached at Minnesota State - Moorhead in 2009, and previous to that he coached one season at Gavilan College (Calif.) in 2008. Lango attended Gavilan College after graduating from San Benito High School in 2004, where he played for his father John. Lango then transferred to California Lutheran in 2006, where he played two seasons. Lango has master degree work from Minnesota State - Moorhead. The native of Hollister, Calif., currently resides in Salina.

Eric Davis Student Assistant

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Andrew Kempke Student Assistant

Scotty McKeon Student Assistant

Ryan Reis Student Assistant

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KANSAS WESLEYAN 2010 RECRUITS ROSTER NO 54 74 28 23 73 88 56 26 33 46 86 5 13 17 36 87 89 11 60 65 34 68 69 15 57 55 54 40 79 85 4 64 24 61 87 45 57 38 81 45 50 27 52 80 1 15 21 67 83 89 71 7 22 19 63 30 14 84 3 18 97 31 56 91 76 63 53 8 78 82 75 47 37

NAME Bryce Barber Tim Barton Zac Bean Anthony Berry Ryan Berry Derek Bledsoe Derrian Bradley Matt Broeckelman Carl Caldwell Matt Casella Matt Coleman Jamie Cowan Austin Crisler Trey Dallas Patrick Dayao DaJoun DeBraine Jordan Domingue Trey Dunn Tyrell Edwards Nate Finan D.J. Foster Keoni Funtanilla Chad Gmuca Marcus Golden Josh Grant Sean Grove Chase Hartman Brady Harwell Austin Heitmann David Henry Travis Hunter Alex Ingram Desmond Johnson Jimmie Jones, Jr. Joe Kratzer Brandon Krushall Will Mangino Jonnathan Marques Robert Marshall Tommy Martin Troy Mason Zach McClain Alex McFadden Phillip Mitchell Jesus Ochoa Trent O'Connor Anthony Oden Jonathan Ortiz Kyle Owens Greg Payne Dan Pinsky Kelton Reed Brok Rhoades Ricky Roberts Shawn Ryden Adam Schneck Brandon Scott Pelton Smalls Michael Smith Nick Smith Connor Steinman Jamaal Thomas Danny Valdez Michael Wilbert Paul Wilcox Anthony Williams Chris Williams Joe Wilmore Marco Wong Jerome Wooten Brian Yammine Jacob York Willie Youngblood

POS DE OL DB WR OL WR OL WR WR LB WR DB QB QB WR DL DL WR DL OL WR OL LB DB DL OL OL LB OL WR QB OL WR DL WR RB OL WR WR LB LB WR OL WR K WR DB LB WR WR OL DB RB WR OL DB WR WR WR WR DL RB DL DL OL DL DL DB DL WR OL RB RB

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

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

COYOTE FOOTBALL WT 215 265 175 190 230 180 300 175 175 195 190 190 195 185 175 260 250 185 260 250 175 245 210 200 210 250 280 225 290 175 190 270 165 210 190 190 290 180 215 205 230 185 250 170 170 200 165 175 175 185 305 170 170 180 245 165 180 215 175 175 255 175 255 275 230 230 230 175 230 200 280 175 205

HOMETOWN Hesston, Kan. Mont Belvieu, Texas Wills Point, Texas Tarzana, Calif. Fontana, Calif. Silver Lake, Kan. Temple, Texas Mankato, Kan. Tyler, Texas Henderson, Nev. Mesquite, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Fairview, Texas Salina, Kan. Los Angeles, Calif. Fort Worth, Texas Spring, Texas Gainesville, Texas Wichita, Kan. Little Elm, Texas Mineola, Texas Waimanalo, Hawaii Gridley, Calif. Dallas, Texas San Jose, Calif. Richardson, Texas Hutchinson, Kan. Vega, Texas Burton, Texas Mesquite, Texas Barstow, Calif. Hughes Springs, Texas Daingerfield, Texas Duncanville, Texas Geneseo, Kan. Wharton, Texas Ukiah, Calif. Lake Dallas, Texas Temecula, Calif. Thayer, Mo. Spring, Texas Santa Paula, Calif. Waller, Texas Dallas, Texas Paramount, Calif. Houston, Texas Kansas City, Kan. Derby, Kan. Lindale, Texas Arlington, Texas Thousand Oaks, Calif. Plano, Texas Burlington, Colo. Sacramento, Calif. Grand Junction, Colo. Conway Springs, Kan. Lancaster, Calif. Victorville, Calif. Santa Monica, Calif. Mesquite, Texas Spring, Texas Dallas, Texas Canyon Country, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Mesquite, Texas Mesquite, Texas Mesquite, Texas Spring, Texas Irving, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. San Marcos, Calif. Kingfisher, Okla. Altadena, Calif.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Hesston HS Barbers Hill HS Wills Point HS Victor Valley College (Calif.) Damien HS Silver Lake HS Temple HS Rock Hills HS Whitehouse HS Coronado HS Dallas Christian HS West Los Angeles College (Calif.) Bishop Lynch HS Salina Central HS Notre Dame HS Boswell HS Klein HS Era HS Wichita Heights HS Wakeland HS Lindale HS Shasta College (Calif.) Yuba College (Calif.) White HS DeAnza College (Calif.) Pearce HS Hutchinson CC (Kan.) Vega HS Burton HS Horn HS Victor Valley College (Calif.) Hughes Springs HS Daingerfield HS Duncanville HS Quivera Heights HS Boling HS Mendocino College (Calif.) Lake Dallas HS Riverside College (Calif.) Thayer HS Spring HS Santa Paula Union HS Waller HS Hebron HS Cerritos College (Calif.) Cypress Creek HS Coffeyville CC (Kan.) Derby HS Lindale HS Arlington-Seguin HS Ventura College (Calif.) Plano HS Burlington HS Mendocino College (Calif.) Grand Junction HS Conway Springs HS Antelope Valley, Calif. Victor Valley College (Calif.) Santa Monica HS Poteet HS Oak Ridge HS White HS Glendale CC (Calif.) West Los Angeles College (Calif.) West Mesquite HS Dallas Christian HS Horn HS Spring HS MacArthur HS Los Angeles Southwest College (Calif.) Army and Navy Academy Kingfisher HS Rio Hondo College (Calif.)

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NO 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 8 9 10 11 11 12 13 14 14 15 15 16 17 18 18 19 20 21 21 22 22 23 24 24 25 26 26 27 28 28 29 30 30 31 31 32 33 33 34 34 35 36 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 45 46 47 47 48 49

NAME Jesus Ochoa Dane McCoy Vicente Arellano Michael Smith Travis Hunter Jamie Cowan Sonny Gallegos Jason Engelberg Kelton Reed Corey Ham Joe Wilmore Adrian Thomas Anthony Luna Jason McWilliams Trey Dunn Will Hall Austin Crisler Brandon Scott Branden Edward Marcus Golden Trent O'Connor Doug Webster Trey Dallas Ken Mitchell Nick Smith Ricky Roberts Jake Winship Brett Giesen Anthony Oden Austin Hoover Brok Rhoades Anthony Berry Jesse Walls Desmond Johnson Rodney Cooper Corey Tate Matt Broeckelman Zach McClain Troy Alsobrook Zac Bean Jacob Brackens Brendan Eggleston Adam Schneck Kane Kaualoku Jamaal Thomas Ty Holmes Thomas Swift Carl Caldwell J.R. Reynolds D.J. Foster Scott Mulford Mike Marowitz Patrick Dayao Willie Youngblood Jonnathan Marques Tanner Giffin Brady Harwell John-Michael Cook Dylan Dillingham Jeff Rooney Steven Paine Brandon Krushall Tommy Martin Matt Casella Shaun Chesterman Jacob York Chris Brochtrup Mark Reed

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POS K FB LB WR QB DB DB WR DB WR DB LB DB LB WR WR QB WR DB DB WR QB QB DB WR WR RB WR DB LB RB WR DB WR RB DB WR WR WR DB DB RB DB LB RB DB DB WR DB WR DB LB WR RB WR WR LB RB LB LB LB RB LB LB DB RB DB RB

YR Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So.

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

WT 170 220 220 175 190 190 190 170 170 150 175 200 205 190 185 200 195 180 160 200 200 180 185 180 175 180 225 175 165 190 170 190 205 165 190 170 175 185 160 175 185 215 165 200 175 185 180 175 215 175 190 220 175 205 180 200 225 190 195 200 250 190 205 195 170 175 180 190

HOMETOWN Paramount, Calif. Discovery Bay, Calif. Pittsburg, Calif. Santa Monica, Calif. Barstow, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Santa Clarita, Calif. Plano, Texas Redlands, Calif. Spring, Texas Diamond Bar, Calif. Newhall, Calif. Canton, Texas Gainesville, Texas Tallahassee, Fla. Fairview, Texas Lancaster, Calif. Humble, Texas Dallas, Texas Houston, Texas San Jose, Calif. Salina, Kan. Humble, Texas Mesquite, Texas Sacramento, Calif. Yuba City, Calif. Laguna Niguel, Calif. Kansas City, Kan. Eudora, Kan. Burlington, Colo. Tarzana, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Daingerfield, Texas Red Oak, Texas Irving, Texas Mankato, Kan. Santa Paula, Calif. Riverside, Calif. Wills Point, Texas Mesquite, Texas Scott City, Kan. Conway Springs, Kan. Richardson, Texas Dallas, Texas Mesquite, Texas Trophy Club, Texas Tyler, Texas Pine, Colo. Mineola, Texas Topeka, Kan. Laguna Niguel, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Altadena, Calif. Lake Dallas, Texas Sedgwick, Kan. Vega, Texas Tomball, Texas Ault, Colo. Flower Mound, Texas Milford, Kan. Wharton, Texas Thayer, Mo. Henderson, Nev. Valley Center, Kan. Kingfisher, Okla. The Colony, Texas Humble, Texas

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Cerritos College (Calif.) Diablo Valley College (Calif.) Los Medanos College (Calif.) Santa Monica HS Victor Valley College (Calif.) West Los Angeles College (Calif.) Sierra College (Calif.) College of the Canyons (Calif.) Plano HS Riverside College (Calif.) Spring HS Diamond Bar HS College of the Canyons (Calif.) Canton HS Era HS Feather River College (Calif.) Bishop Lynch HS Antelope Valley, Calif. Humble HS White HS Cypress Creek HS West Valley College (Calif.) Salina Central HS Humble HS Poteet HS Mendocino College (Calif.) Yuba College (Calif.) Dana Hills HS Coffeyville CC (Kan.) Eudora HS Burlington HS Victor Valley College (Calif.) Chabot College (Calif.) Daingerfield HS Red Oak HS Nimitz HS Rock Hills HS Santa Paula Union HS Mt. San Jacinto College (Calif.) Wills Point HS North Mesquite HS Dodge City CC (Kan.) Conway Springs HS Pearce HS White HS John Horn HS Northwest HS Whitehouse HS University of Northern Colorado Lindale HS Dodge City CC (Kan.) Orange Coast College (Calif.) Notre Dame HS Rio Hondo College (Calif.) Lake Dallas HS Sedgwick HS Vega HS Klein Oak HS Highland HS Flower Mound HS Junction City HS Boling HS Thayer HS Coronado HS Valley Center HS Kingfisher HS The Colony HS MacArthur HS

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KANSAS WESLEYAN 50 50 51 52 52 53 53 54 54 55 56 56 57 58 59 60 60 61 61 62 63 63 64 65 65 66 67 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 87 88 89 89 90 91 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Cody Ramirez Troy Mason Levi Square Ryan Fouts Alex McFadden Zack Brown Chris Williams Chase Hartman Bryce Barber Sean Grove Danny Valdez Derrian Bradley Will Mangino Kyron Hill Brandon Wise Shelby Stoughton Tyrell Edwards Jeremy Smith Jimmie Jones, Jr. Chad Enloe Shawn Ryden Anthony Williams Alex Ingram Robert Burcher Nate Finan Oscar Torres Sean Junkins Jonathan Ortiz Keoni Funtanilla Chad Gmuca Jacob McCoy Dan Pinsky Gary Hemmy Ryan Berry Tim Barton Brian Yammine Paul Wilcox Will Slasor Steven Morris Marco Wong Austin Heitmann Phillip Mitchell Robert Marshall Jerome Wooten Kyle Owens Pelton Smalls David Henry Matt Coleman Joe Kratzer DaJoun DeBraine Derek Bledsoe Jordan Domingue Greg Payne Omoniyi Olayiwola Michael Wilbert Nick Ciliberti Spencer Popple Billy Butler Christian Walker Steve DeFoe Josh Grant Connor Steinman Jacob Hamblett Dominick Waters

BY THE NUMBERS CLASS BREAKDOWN Freshmen..............................................56 Sophomore ..........................................18 Junior .....................................................29 Senior.....................................................29

OL LB LB DL OL OL DL OL DE OL DL OL OL DL OL OL DL OL DL OL OL DL OL LB OL OL OL LB OL LB OL OL DE OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR DL WR DL WR DL DL K/P DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL

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

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

COYOTE FOOTBALL 320 230 215 265 250 325 230 280 215 250 255 300 290 250 260 250 260 350 210 240 245 230 270 205 250 280 320 175 245 210 270 305 230 230 265 280 230 280 260 230 290 170 215 200 175 215 175 190 190 260 180 250 185 250 275 180 210 240 230 230 210 255 250 240

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Marysville, Calif. Spring, Texas Manvel, Texas Bailey, Colo. Waller, Texas Arlington, Texas Mesquite, Texas Hutchinson, Kan. Hesston, Kan. Richardson, Texas Canyon Country, Calif. Temple, Texas Ukiah, Calif. Tulsa, Okla. Derby, Kan. Rosharon, Texas Wichita, Kan. Corona, Calif. Duncanville, Texas Springfield, Mo. Grand Junction, Colo. Mesquite, Texas Hughes Springs, Texas Kinsley, Kan. Little Elm, Texas Red Bluff, Calif. Malibu, Calif. Derby, Kan. Waimanalo, Hawaii Gridley, Calif. Grapevine, Texas Thousand Oaks, Calif. Salina, Kan. Fontana, Calif. Mont Belvieu, Texas San Marcos, Calif. Mesquite, Texas San Antonio, Texas Memphis, Texas Irving, Texas Burton, Texas Dallas, Texas Temecula, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Lindale, Texas Victorville, Calif. Mesquite, Texas Mesquite, Texas Geneseo, Kan. Fort Worth, Texas Silver Lake, Kan. Spring, Texas Arlington, Texas Grand Prairie, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Enid, Okla. Junction City, Kan. Paola, Kan. Junction City, Kan. Dallas, Texas San Jose, Calif. Spring, Texas Gardner, Kan. Bullhead City, Ariz.

Yuba College (Calif.) Spring HS Manvel HS Platte Canyon HS Waller HS Arlington-Lamar HS Horn HS Hutchinson CC (Kan.) Hesston HS Pearce HS Glendale CC (Calif.) Temple HS Mendocino College (Calif.) Northwestern Oklahoma State Derby HS Manvel HS Wichita Heights HS Riverside College (Calif.) Duncanville HS Glendale HS Grand Junction HS Dallas Christian HS Hughes Springs HS Kinsley HS Wakeland HS Shasta College (Calif.) El Camino College (Calif.) Derby HS Shasta College (Calif.) Yuba College (Calif.) Colleyville Heritage HS Ventura College (Calif.) Southeast of Saline HS Damien HS Barbers Hill HS Army and Navy Academy West Mesquite HS Taft HS Memphis HS MacArthur HS Burton HS Hebron HS Riverside College (Calif.) Los Angeles Southwest College (Calif.) Lindale HS Victor Valley College (Calif.) Horn HS Dallas Christian HS Quivera Heights HS Boswell HS Silver Lake HS Klein HS Arlington-Seguin HS Mansfield Timberview HS West Los Angeles College (Calif.) Enid HS Junction City HS Highland CC (Kan.) Junction City HS Pearce HS DeAnza College (Calif.) Oak Ridge HS Gardner Edgerton HS Mt. San Jacinto College (Calif.)

PLAYERS BY STATE

From High School..............................93 Texas.......................................................57 Transfers................................................39 California ..............................................39 RETURNERS / NEWCOMERS Kansas....................................................23 Returners ..............................................59 Colorado ................................................. 5 Newcomers ..........................................73 Oklahoma ............................................... 3

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Missouri................................................... 2 Arizona .................................................... 1 Florida ...................................................... 1 Hawaii ...................................................... 1 Nevada .................................................... 1

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NO NAME POS YR 28.........Troy Alsobrook ................... WR .............. Sr. 3 ...........Vicente Arellano .................. LB ............... Sr. 54.........Bryce Barber .........................DE............... Fr. 74.........Tim Barton.............................OL............... Fr. 28.........Zac Bean ................................DB .............. Fr. 23.........Anthony Berry..................... WR .............. Sr. 73.........Ryan Berry .............................OL............... Fr. 88.........Derek Bledsoe ..................... WR .............. Fr. 29.........Jacob Brackens ....................DB ...............Jr. 56.........Derrian Bradley....................OL............... Fr. 48.........Chris Brochtrup ...................DB .............So. 26.........Matt Broeckelman ............. WR .............. Fr. 53.........Zack Brown ...........................OL................Jr. 65.........Robert Burcher .................... LB ..............So. 93.........Billy Butler .............................DL............... Sr. 33.........Carl Caldwell........................ WR .............. Fr. 46.........Matt Casella .......................... LB ............... Fr. 47.........Shaun Chesterman ............DB .............So. 91.........Nick Ciliberti ........................ K/P .............So. 86.........Matt Coleman ..................... WR .............. Fr. 41.........John-Michael Cook ............ RB ..............So. 25.........Rodney Cooper ................... RB ................Jr. 5 ...........Jamie Cowan ........................DB ...............Jr. 13.........Austin Crisler ........................QB .............. Fr. 17.........Trey Dallas .............................QB .............. Fr. 36.........Patrick Dayao ...................... WR .............. Fr. 87.........DaJoun DeBraine ................DL............... Fr. 95.........Steve DeFoe..........................DL..............So. 42.........Dylan Dillingham................ LB ..............So. 89.........Jordan Domingue ..............DL............... Fr. 11.........Trey Dunn ............................. WR .............. Fr. 14.........Branden Edward .................DB .............. Sr. 60.........Tyrell Edwards ......................DL............... Fr. 30.........Brendan Eggleston ............ RB ............... Sr. 7 ...........Jason Engelberg ................ WR .............. Sr. 62.........Chad Enloe ............................OL..............So. 65.........Nate Finan .............................OL............... Fr. 34.........D.J. Foster ............................. WR .............. Fr. 52.........Ryan Fouts.............................DL............... Sr. 68.........Keoni Funtanilla ..................OL................Jr. 6 ...........Sonny Gallegos ...................DB .............. Sr. 21.........Brett Giesen ......................... WR .............So. 39.........Tanner Giffin ........................ WR .............So. 69.........Chad Gmuca ......................... LB ................Jr. 15.........Marcus Golden ....................DB .............. Fr. 57.........Josh Grant .............................DL................Jr. 55.........Sean Grove ............................OL............... Fr. 12.........Will Hall ................................. WR .............. Sr. 8 ...........Corey Ham ........................... WR .............. Sr. 98.........Jacob Hamblett ...................DL............... Sr. 54.........Chase Hartman....................OL................Jr. 40.........Brady Harwell....................... LB ............... Fr. 79.........Austin Heitmann.................OL............... Fr. 72.........Gary Hemmy ........................DE............... Sr. 85.........David Henry......................... WR .............. Fr. 58.........Kyron Hill ...............................DL................Jr. 32.........Ty Holmes ..............................DB .............So. 22.........Austin Hoover ...................... LB ............... Sr. 4 ...........Travis Hunter ........................QB ...............Jr. 64.........Alex Ingram ..........................OL............... Fr. 24.........Desmond Johnson ............ WR .............. Fr. 61.........Jimmie Jones, Jr...................DL............... Fr. 67.........Sean Junkins.........................OL............... Sr. 31.........Kane Kaualoku..................... LB ................Jr. 87.........Joe Kratzer............................ WR .............. Fr. 45.........Brandon Krushall ................ RB ............... Fr. 10.........Anthony Luna ......................DB .............. Sr.

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DEFENSIVE BACKS 5 6 7 8 10 14 15 18 21 24 26 28 29 30 32 33 34 35 47 48

Jamie Cowan Sonny Gallegos Kelton Reed Joe Wilmore Anthony Luna Branden Edward Marcus Golden Ken Mitchell Anthony Oden Jesse Walls Corey Tate Zac Bean Jacob Brackens Adam Schneck Ty Holmes Thomas Swift J.R. Reynolds Scott Mulford Shaun Chesterman Chris Brochtrup

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

6-0 5-10 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-9

190 190 170 175 205 160 200 180 165 205 170 175 185 165 185 180 215 190 170 180

Los Angeles, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Plano, Texas Spring, Texas Newhall, Calif. Humble, Texas Dallas, Texas Humble, Texas Kansas City, Kan. Sacramento, Calif. Irving, Texas Wills Point, Texas Mesquite, Texas Conway Springs, Kan. Mesquite, Texas Trophy Club, Texas Pine, Colo. Topeka, Kan. Valley Center, Kan. The Colony, Texas

West Los Angeles College (Calif.) Sierra College (Calif.) Plano HS Spring HS College of the Canyons (Calif.) Humble HS White HS Humble HS Coffeyville CC (Kan.) Chabot College (Calif.) Nimitz HS Wills Point HS North Mesquite HS Conway Springs HS John Horn HS Northwest HS University of Northern Colorado Dodge City CC (Kan.) Valley Center HS The Colony HS

DEFENSIVE LINE 54 72 52 53 56 57 58 60 61 63 78 87 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 97 98 99

Bryce Barber Gary Hemmy Ryan Fouts Chris Williams Danny Valdez Josh Grant Kyron Hill Tyrell Edwards Jimmie Jones, Jr. Anthony Williams Marco Wong DaJoun DeBraine Jordan Domingue Omoniyi Olayiwola Michael Wilbert Spencer Popple Billy Butler Christian Walker Steve DeFoe Connor Steinman Jacob Hamblett Dominick Waters

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

6-2 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-0 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-4 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-2

215 230 265 230 255 210 250 260 210 230 230 260 250 250 275 210 240 230 230 255 250 240

Hesston, Kan. Salina, Kan. Bailey, Colo. Mesquite, Texas Canyon Country, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Tulsa, Okla. Wichita, Kan. Duncanville, Texas Mesquite, Texas Irving, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Spring, Texas Grand Prairie, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Junction City, Kan. Paola, Kan. Junction City, Kan. Dallas, Texas Spring, Texas Gardner, Kan. Bullhead City, Ariz.

Hesston HS Southeast of Saline HS Platte Canyon HS Horn HS Glendale CC (Calif.) DeAnza College (Calif.) Northwestern Oklahoma State Wichita Heights HS Duncanville HS Dallas Christian HS MacArthur HS Boswell HS Klein HS Mansfield Timberview HS West Los Angeles College (Calif.) Junction City HS Highland CC (Kan.) Junction City HS Pearce HS Oak Ridge HS Gardner Edgerton HS Mt. San Jacinto College (Calif.) Victor Valley College (Calif.) Bishop Lynch HS West Valley College (Calif.) Salina Central HS

QUARTERBACKS 4 13 16 17

Travis Hunter Austin Crisler Doug Webster Trey Dallas

Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

6-1 6-3 6-3 6-3

190 195 180 185

Barstow, Calif. Fairview, Texas San Jose, Calif. Salina, Kan.

5-10 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-8 5-10

220 200 190 190 200 220 225 195 200 250 205 195 230 215 205 175 210

Pittsburg, Calif. Diamond Bar, Calif. Canton, Texas Eudora, Kan. Richardson, Texas Laguna Niguel, Calif. Vega, Texas Ault, Colo. Flower Mound, Texas Milford, Kan. Thayer, Mo. Henderson, Nev. Spring, Texas Manvel, Texas Kinsley, Kan. Derby, Kan. Gridley, Calif.

LINEBACKERS 3 9 11 22 31 36 40 42 43 44 45 46 50 51 65 67 69

Vicente Arellano Adrian Thomas Jason McWilliams Austin Hoover Kane Kaualoku Mike Marowitz Brady Harwell Dylan Dillingham Jeff Rooney Steven Paine Tommy Martin Matt Casella Troy Mason Levi Square Robert Burcher Jonathan Ortiz Chad Gmuca

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

Los Medanos College (Calif.) Diamond Bar HS Canton HS Eudora HS Pearce HS Orange Coast College (Calif.) Vega HS Highland HS Flower Mound HS Junction City HS Thayer HS Coronado HS Spring HS Manvel HS Kinsley HS Derby HS Yuba College (Calif.)

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KANSAS WESLEYAN ROSTER BREAKDOWNS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 57.........Will Mangino ........................OL................Jr. 36.........Mike Marowitz ..................... LB ............... Sr. 38.........Jonnathan Marques.......... WR .............. Fr. 81.........Robert Marshall .................. WR ...............Jr. 45.........Tommy Martin ..................... LB ............... Fr. 50.........Troy Mason ........................... LB ............... Fr. 27.........Zach McClain....................... WR .............. Fr. 2 ...........Dane McCoy ......................... FB ............... Sr. 70.........Jacob McCoy ........................OL..............So. 52.........Alex McFadden ....................OL............... Fr. 11.........Jason McWilliams ............... LB ................Jr. 18.........Ken Mitchell..........................DB .............. Sr. 80.........Phillip Mitchell .................... WR .............. Fr. 78.........Steven Morris .......................OL................Jr. 35.........Scott Mulford .......................DB ...............Jr. 1 ...........Jesus Ochoa ........................... K .................Jr. 15.........Trent O'Connor ................... WR .............. Fr. 21.........Anthony Oden .....................DB .............. Fr. 90.........Omoniyi Olayiwola............DL..............So. 67.........Jonathan Ortiz ..................... LB ............... Fr. 83.........Kyle Owens .......................... WR .............. Fr. 44.........Steven Paine ......................... LB ..............So. 89.........Greg Payne........................... WR .............. Fr. 71.........Dan Pinsky.............................OL................Jr. 92.........Spencer Popple ...................DL................Jr. 50.........Cody Ramirez .......................OL............... Sr. 7 ...........Kelton Reed ..........................DB .............. Fr. 49.........Mark Reed ............................. RB ..............So. 34.........J.R. Reynolds .........................DB .............. Sr. 22.........Brok Rhoades ....................... RB ............... Fr. 19.........Ricky Roberts ...................... WR ...............Jr. 43.........Jeff Rooney ........................... LB ................Jr. 63.........Shawn Ryden .......................OL............... Fr. 30.........Adam Schneck .....................DB .............. Fr. 14.........Brandon Scott ..................... WR ...............Jr. 77.........Will Slasor ..............................OL............... Sr. 84.........Pelton Smalls ....................... WR ...............Jr. 61.........Jeremy Smith .......................OL............... Sr. 3 ...........Michael Smith ..................... WR .............. Fr. 18.........Nick Smith ............................ WR .............. Fr. 51.........Levi Square ........................... LB ..............So. 97.........Connor Steinman ...............DL............... Fr. 60.........Shelby Stoughton ..............OL..............So. 33.........Thomas Swift........................DB .............So. 26.........Corey Tate ..............................DB .............. Sr. 9 ...........Adrian Thomas .................... LB ................Jr. 31.........Jamaal Thomas .................... RB ............... Fr. 66.........Oscar Torres ..........................OL............... Sr. 56.........Danny Valdez .......................DL................Jr. 94.........Christian Walker ..................DL............... Fr. 24.........Jesse Walls .............................DB .............. Sr. 99.........Dominick Waters .................DL............... Sr. 16.........Doug Webster ......................QB .............. Sr. 91.........Michael Wilbert ...................DL................Jr. 76.........Paul Wilcox ............................OL............... Fr. 63.........Anthony Williams ...............DL............... Fr. 53.........Chris Williams .......................DL............... Fr. 8 ...........Joe Wilmore ..........................DB .............. Fr. 20.........Jake Winship......................... RB ............... Sr. 59.........Brandon Wise .......................OL................Jr. 78.........Marco Wong .........................DL............... Fr. 82.........Jerome Wooten .................. WR ...............Jr. 75.........Brian Yammine.....................OL............... Fr. 47.........Jacob York ............................. RB ............... Fr. 37.........Willie Youngblood .............. RB ................Jr.

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OFFENSIVE LINE 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 71 73 74 75 76 77 78 79

Cody Ramirez Alex McFadden Zack Brown Chase Hartman Sean Grove Derrian Bradley Will Mangino Brandon Wise Shelby Stoughton Jeremy Smith Chad Enloe Shawn Ryden Alex Ingram Nate Finan Oscar Torres Sean Junkins Keoni Funtanilla Jacob McCoy Dan Pinsky Ryan Berry Tim Barton Brian Yammine Paul Wilcox Will Slasor Steven Morris Austin Heitmann

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

6-4 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-4 5-10 6-2 6-5 5-8 5-11 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-4 5-8 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-4

320 250 325 280 250 300 290 260 250 350 240 245 270 250 280 320 245 270 305 230 265 280 230 280 260 290

Marysville, Calif. Waller, Texas Arlington, Texas Hutchinson, Kan. Richardson, Texas Temple, Texas Ukiah, Calif. Derby, Kan. Rosharon, Texas Corona, Calif. Springfield, Mo. Grand Junction, Colo. Hughes Springs, Texas Little Elm, Texas Red Bluff, Calif. Malibu, Calif. Waimanalo, Hawaii Grapevine, Texas Thousand Oaks, Calif. Fontana, Calif. Mont Belvieu, Texas San Marcos, Calif. Mesquite, Texas San Antonio, Texas Memphis, Texas Burton, Texas

Yuba College (Calif.) Waller HS Arlington-Lamar HS Hutchinson CC (Kan.) Pearce HS Temple HS Mendocino College (Calif.) Derby HS Manvel HS Riverside College (Calif.) Glendale HS Grand Junction HS Hughes Springs HS Wakeland HS Shasta College (Calif.) El Camino College (Calif.) Shasta College (Calif.) Colleyville Heritage HS Ventura College (Calif.) Damien HS Barbers Hill HS Army and Navy Academy West Mesquite HS Taft HS Memphis HS Burton HS

SPECIALISTS 1 Jesus Ochoa 91 Nick Ciliberti

Jr. So.

5-11 6-2

170 180

Paramount, Calif. Enid, Okla.

Cerritos College (Calif.) Enid HS

RUNNING BACKS 2 20 22 25 30 31 37 41 45 47 49

Dane McCoy Jake Winship Brok Rhoades Rodney Cooper Brendan Eggleston Jamaal Thomas Willie Youngblood John-Michael Cook Brandon Krushall Jacob York Mark Reed

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

5-10 5-11 5-6 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-10

220 225 170 190 215 175 205 190 190 175 190

Discovery Bay, Calif. Yuba City, Calif. Burlington, Colo. Red Oak, Texas Scott City, Kan. Dallas, Texas Altadena, Calif. Tomball, Texas Wharton, Texas Kingfisher, Okla. Humble, Texas

Diablo Valley College (Calif.) Yuba College (Calif.) Burlington HS Red Oak HS Dodge City CC (Kan.) White HS Rio Hondo College (Calif.) Klein Oak HS Boling HS Kingfisher HS MacArthur HS

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

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

175 170 150 185 200 180 200 175 180 175 190 165 175 185 160 175 175 175 180 200 170 215 200 175 215 175 190 190 180 185

Santa Monica, Calif. Santa Clarita, Calif. Redlands, Calif. Gainesville, Texas Tallahassee, Fla. Lancaster, Calif. Houston, Texas Mesquite, Texas Sacramento, Calif. Laguna Niguel, Calif. Tarzana, Calif. Daingerfield, Texas Mankato, Kan. Santa Paula, Calif. Riverside, Calif. Tyler, Texas Mineola, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Lake Dallas, Texas Sedgwick, Kan. Dallas, Texas Temecula, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Lindale, Texas Victorville, Calif. Mesquite, Texas Mesquite, Texas Geneseo, Kan. Silver Lake, Kan. Arlington, Texas

Santa Monica HS College of the Canyons (Calif.) Riverside College (Calif.) Era HS Feather River College (Calif.) Antelope Valley, Calif. Cypress Creek HS Poteet HS Mendocino College (Calif.) Dana Hills HS Victor Valley College (Calif.) Daingerfield HS Rock Hills HS Santa Paula Union HS Mt. San Jacinto College (Calif.) Whitehouse HS Lindale HS Notre Dame HS Lake Dallas HS Sedgwick HS Hebron HS Riverside College (Calif.) Los Angeles Southwest College (Calif.) Lindale HS Victor Valley College (Calif.) Horn HS Dallas Christian HS Quivera Heights HS Silver Lake HS Arlington-Seguin HS

WIDE RECEIVERS 3 7 8 11 12 14 15 18 19 21 23 24 26 27 28 33 34 36 38 39 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89

Michael Smith Jason Engelberg Corey Ham Trey Dunn Will Hall Brandon Scott Trent O'Connor Nick Smith Ricky Roberts Brett Giesen Anthony Berry Desmond Johnson Matt Broeckelman Zach McClain Troy Alsobrook Carl Caldwell D.J. Foster Patrick Dayao Jonnathan Marques Tanner Giffin Phillip Mitchell Robert Marshall Jerome Wooten Kyle Owens Pelton Smalls David Henry Matt Coleman Joe Kratzer Derek Bledsoe Greg Payne

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COYOTE FOOTBALL

2009 SEASON REVIEW

a turnover against Ottawa on October 31.

Date Game Result Score Sept. 12 .............. vs. Tabor College .......................................................... Win ...................35-19 Sept. 19 .............. at University of St.Mary.............................................. Win .....................10-7 Sept. 26 .............. at Bethel College .......................................................... Win ...................19-14 Oct. 3 ................... vs. Bethany College .....................................................Loss...................21-27 Oct. 10 ................ at Haskell Indian Nations University ..................... Win ...................14-12 Oct. 17 ................ vs. McPherson College ...............................................Loss...................38-52 Oct. 24 ................ at Sterling College .......................................................Loss...................21-28 Oct. 31 ................ at Ottawa University ...................................................Loss...................10-42 Nov. 7 .................. vs. Friends University ..................................................Loss...................10-22 Nov. 14................ vs. Southwestern College ......................................... Win .....................33-0 Kansas Wesleyan finished the 2009 football season with a 5-5 overall record which included going 4-5 in KCAC action. The Coyotes opened the season with three straight wins including a pair of “walk-off ” wins against Saint Mary and Bethel. Wesleyan’s first loss came on Homecoming in a 27-21 loss to Bethany. The Coyotes rallied the following week to beat Haskell in a non-conference match-up before the season took a strong turn for the worst. A 52-38 loss to McPherson started a string of four straight defeats that had Wesleyan at 4-5 heading into the season finale with Southwestern. The Coyotes left it all on the field in the finale, defeating the Moundbuilders 33-0 to end the season at 5-5.

seconds left to take a 14-13 lead. KWU got the ball at its own 33 with seven seconds left, and on second down Webster completed a 22-yard pass to Anthony Berry to the Bethel 45. Time appeared to expire, but coach Dave Dallas claimed one second remained, and game officials agreed after a brief huddle. Webster took the snap and looked for an open receiver and was flushed to his right and eventually back to his left when he flung the ball towards Berry at the five-yard line where he caught the ball and went into the end zone for the game-winning score. Winship had 89 yards rushing to lead the Coyotes and Webster finished the night with 253 yards passing with two scores. Corey Ham had eight catches for 106 yards and a touchdown and Berry had five catches for 105 yards including the game winner. Scotty McKeon The Coyotes opened the year with a 35-19 connected on 2-of-3 field goals. win over Tabor College at home. The Coyotes led 14-7 at halftime but pulled away with 14 After the pair of last second wins, the Coyotes points in the third and seven in the fourth. Jake returned home on October 3 to face rival Bethany Winship led the Coyote rushing attack with College for Homecoming 2009. Both teams came 148 yards and two touchdowns, while Doug into the game undefeated but it was the Swedes Webster threw for 131 yards and a score in that came away with the 27-21 win. Bethany his KWU debut. Receiver Corey Ham had five scored first in the first quarter on a 13-yard run by catches for 85 yards to lead the Coyotes. Tabor Oshane Malcolm, and never relinquished the lead ended up outgaining the Coyotes by four yards despite Wesleyan tying the score less than two 330-326, but the Coyotes came up with many minutes after Bethany’s opening score. Bethany defensive stops to stymie the Bluejay offense. scored with 44 seconds left in the first half to take a 17-7 lead into the half, but the Coyotes came The next week saw the first of a pair of thrilling roaring back in the third, getting within three games for the Coyotes as they headed to points at 24-21 with 2:06 to go in the period on Leavenworth to take on the Saint Mary Spires. Webster’s 36-yard pass to Ham. A 55-yard play In a low scoring affair Wesleyan led 7-7 at gave Bethany a first and goal at the KWU-5, but halftime and neither team scored until Scotty a huge stand by the KWU defense forced Bethany McKeon’s 42 yard field goal as time expired to settle for a 25-yard Alex Fambrough field goal. gave KWU the 10-7 win. The game was nearly For a third time in the quarter, the Coyotes had identical statistically for both teams as just 15 a chance to drive for the game-winning score, yards separated the teams in total offense. but one of seven Wesleyan turnovers on the day Winship had 98 yards rushing and Webster ended the drive at the Bethany 26-yard line. Seven threw for 155 yards, but was picked off twice. turnovers hampered KWU’s efforts in the form of Webster hit Anthony Berry with a 13-yard catch four lost fumbles and three interceptions. Winship and Winship followed with a short run to set up had 75 yards rushing, while Webster added 31. the game winning kick by McKeon. Webster also passed for 275 yards, with Engelberg being his favorite target with seven catches for 83 The Coyotes must have enjoyed the thrilling yards and Ham added five grabs for 82 yards and win in the waning seconds of the game so one touchdown. much against Saint Mary; they wanted to do it again one week later against Bethel. Wesleyan The seven turnovers against Bethany started a led 13-7 in the final moments of the fourth string of four games in which Wesleyan turned the quarter but the Threshers scored with 15 ball over a total of 19 times before not committing

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Following the loss to Bethany, Wesleyan headed to Lawrence to take on Haskell Indian Nations University on October 10 in the Coyotes’ only non-conference tilt of the season. A cold, dreary day greeted the Coyotes at Haskell’s Memorial Stadium as Wesleyan had to fight for a 14-12 win over the Indians. Wesleyan committed another five turnovers in the game, all coming within KWU’s first eight possessions of the game. Another one of the first eight drives ended in the Coyotes giving the ball up on downs. Neither team was able to score in the first quarter and it was Haskell that struck first with 21 seconds left in the second quarter on a two-yard pass from Victor Ramos to Victor DeMarco that gave Haskell a 6-0 lead at the break. KWU took the lead for good with 3:05 to go in the third on a fiveyard run by Winship and kick by McKeon. The Coyotes then took a 14-6 lead with 7:32 left in the fourth when they converted a fake field goal play, a pass from Tanner Giffin to Matt Panke for 26 yards. Haskell made things interesting in the waning moments of the game, scoring with 1:37 left on another Ramos to DeMarco connection, this time for 11 yards to get the Indians within two. Haskell went for a game-tying two-point PAT, but were stopped short. After an onside kick recovered by the Coyotes, a series of kneeldowns got Wesleyan out of Lawrence with the win. Winship led Wesleyan’s offense with 150 yards rushing, while Fielding Uhland made his KWU debut going 9-for-24 for 68 yards passing. Berry and Panke each had 30 yards receiving. Just a week later, the Coyotes faced a daunting task against then No.16 ranked McPherson College. The Coyotes put together one of their best drives of the season to open the game, a four-play, 68 yard jaunt capped by a 29-yard pass from Webster to Ham, but it was McPherson who answered back with 28 unanswered points that included three scoring passes by Shane Mascarenas in the first quarter and a threeyard run by Aaron Lafitte with 10:21 left in the second putting the Bulldogs up 28-7. McPherson answered back two and a half minutes later with a two-yard Jake Winship run, but Mascarenas would toss two more touchdown passes in the quarter to take a 42-14 lead at the half. The only score of the third quarter by either team took only 12 seconds as Stephen Harrison took the opening kickoff back 80 yards for a score. The Coyotes scored 24 points in the fourth, mostly against McPherson’s second stringers as Webster threw three TD passes and the Coyotes converted three two-point conversions. KWU ended up outgaining the Bulldogs 463-382, but were still hampered by four turnovers in the game. Webster threw for 314 yards, only the third time in KWU history a quarterback has thrown for over 300 yards, and threw four touchdown passes against three interceptions. Webster also ran for 78 yards to lead the Coyotes. Wesleyan then headed back on the road to take

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KANSAS WESLEYAN on Sterling College and coach Andy Lambert, who KWU has yet to beat since he took over the Warrior program six seasons ago. Wesleyan rolled up 353 yards total offense to Sterling’s 216 but turnovers and poor special teams play turned the tide. The Coyotes had three turnovers, but special teams mistakes were by the biggest kicker (no pun intended). Ham fumbled the opening kickoff, and the Warriors recovered and scored four plays later to take a 7-0 lead. Trailing 28-18 with 2:47 left in the game, McKeon’s 29-yard field goal attempt hit the left upright and was the Coyotes’ last gasp. The biggest bugaboo came early in the third. Leading 10-7, Weselyan drove to the Sterling 8-yard line. A penalty moved the ball back to the 13, and on fourth down, McKeon lined up for a field goal. Quinten Burgess broke through the line to block the kick and teammate Renard Bell picked up the ball at the 25 and went75 yards for a score, giving the Warriors the lead for good, 14-10, with 9:55 left in the period. The Coyotes pulled within three, 21-18, on Rodney Cooper’s 2-yard run and his two-point conversion run with 11:33 left in the game. Cooper was in for Winship, who left the game after suffering a concussion early in the third. Winship had 43 yards rushing on 19 carries. Sterling scored with 6:02 left to pull away for the win. Wesleyan quarterback Doug Webster was 17 of 27 passing for 255 yards and two interceptions. He also ran for 33 yards on 15 carries. Wide receiver Jason Engelberg caught seven passes for 133 yards. The next two weeks didn’t prove to be easy for the Coyotes as they had to face then No.7 ranked Ottawa and then No.14 ranked Friends in backto-back games, both losses for the Coyotes to extend their losing streak to four games. On Halloween against Ottawa, Braves quarterback Ethan Haller shredded Wesleyan’s defense for 391 yards passing and five touchdowns as Ottawa cruised 42-10 for the win. Ottawa struck first with 9:28 to go in the first when Haller found Clarence Anderson for 12 yards to put Ottawa up 7-0 after the PAT kick. Wesleyan answered back with a 36yard field goal by McKeon early in the second, but two more scoring passes from Haller in the period, including a 75-yard connection with Corey Schultz with 3:47 to go before the half. Haller hooked up with Schultz again with 5:14 to go in the third on a 49-yard play. KWU scored the first points in the fourth when Webster found Ham for an 11-yard touchdown pass, but Ottawa would score twice more, a 51-yard pass from Haller to Taylor Burnett and a six-yard Michael Baer run with 2:15 to go. Wesleyan was held to minus-11 yards rushing as Webster was sacked 11 times in the game, but still threw for 212 yards and a score. Berry led the KWU receivers with seven catches for 56 yards. It appeared a defensive battle was brewing after the first half of the Coyotes’ November 7 contest against the Friends Falcons. Wesleyan led 3-0 at the break, but Friends exploded for 16 unanswered points in the third quarter to take

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a 16-3 lead and would come away with the 2210 victory, handing KWU its fourth straight loss. Wesleyan got things going on its second drive of the second quarter. Fueled by a 23-yard scramble by Webster on a third down play, the Coyotes would march to the Friends-26, where the drive would stall, but Scotty McKeon would come on and nail a 42-yard field goal to put the Coyotes up 3-0. Friends opened the third quarter at midfield, and would march to the KWU-31, where the drive appeared to stall, but Wesleyan was called for defensive holding on fourth down keeping the Falcon drive would alive. Three plays later, Tim Rozzell scored on a keeper from nine yards out, giving Friends a 7-3 lead with 10:20 to go in the third. Sparked by a 45-yard Brett Goerzen run on its next drive, Friends got a 39-yard Drew Johnson field goal that made it 10-3 with 3:45 to go. Quinn Cunningham would later pick off Webster and returned it 45 yards for a touchdown, making it 16-3 Friends. Jacob Brackens would pick off a Rozzell pass at the Friends-36 and nearly take it to the house, and one play later Winship scored from seven yards out and the PAT made it 16-10 with 14:35 to go in the game. After Wesleyan’s defense stopped the Falcons on a fourth-and-two at the KWU-48 with 3:06 to go, the Coyotes would put together a set of plays that baffled everyone in the stands. Needing to eat up yards quickly, instead the Coyotes ran a one-yard carry to Winship up the middle, and then a counter play to Winship that resulted in a five-yard loss. Webster then tried to hook up with Winship over the middle, but skipped the pass off the turf, and then on fourth-and-13, Webster was flushed out of the pocket and was forced to throw the ball deep. where Cunningham was there for his second pick of the day at the Friends-10. The Falcons only needed three plays to seal the win. Faced with third down at the 19, Frank Miles took the handoff and blasted through the line into the open field and went 81 yards for the score. Wesleyan had just 28 yards rushing on 37 attempts, led by Winship with 21 carries for 31 yards and a score. Webster was 8-of-23 for 74 yards with two interceptions. Berry led the Coyote receivers with four grabs for 54 yards.

the Coyotes, Marquez would close the third quarter with a nine-yard pass to Engelberg and opened the fourth with a pass to Brett Giesen for 13 yards, and the Coyotes would get as close as the SWC-27, when Marquez was sacked back to the 34. Facing a fourth and 13, Wesleyan lined up for what would have been a 51-yard McKeon field goal into the wind, but instead Giffin would pop up with the ball and roll out in a play that very much resembled the go ahead touchdown pass against Haskell, lofted a ball up for Daniel Reynolds, who made the catch at about the 20 and finished the play with a run into the endzone for the score. Wesleyan’s drive was more than impressive, covering the maximum possible 99 yards in 12 plays and ate up just over six minutes of clock time. Southwestern (3-7, 3-6) drove down to the KWU-23, but Shelton made another sack of Barrett on third down, and the ‘Builders were forced to go for it at the 32 on fourth down. Barrett tossed a ball over the middle that was picked off by Anthony Luna in the endzone for the Coyotes. Winship led the Coyote rushing attack, carrying 16 times for 53 yards. Giesen added five carries for 26, and Uhland had five runs for 22 yards, including one touchdown. Four different players had passes for the Coyotes on the day. Uhland was 7-for-12 for 135 yards and a touchdown, Webster was 10-for-22 for 109 yards and two scores, Giffin was 1-for-1 for 34 yards and a score on the fake field goal play, and Marquez was 2-for-2 for 22 yards. Ham led the Coyote receivers with five catches for 93 yards, while Berry had three grabs for 69 yards and Miller had three catches for 34 yards. Wesleyan racked up 412 yards of total offense, including 300 yards passing.

The Coyotes wrapped up the 2009 season at home against Southwestern College, and shutout the Moundbuilders 33-0 to end the season at 5-5 overall. It was all Coyotes from start to finish as KWU alternated quarterbacks throughout the game. Uhland scored the first points for the Coyotes on a 12-yard run with 12:45 left in the second quarter. Webster then followed with a 14yard pass to Ham to put the Coyotes up 14-0 at the halftime break. Uhland then hit Berry for a 28yard pass with 7:27 left in the quarter to put the Coyotes up 19-0. With only a couple blades of the synthetic turf between the ball and Wesleyan’s own goal line after a Southwestern punt, the Coyotes got a break on second down with a pass interference call that moved the ball out to the 16. Two plays later, Uhland hit Will Hall for a 32 yard play to the SWC-44. Tyndan Marquez would then make his varsity collegiate debut, running for six yards on the next play. After a penalty on

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2009 KANSAS WESLEYAN FOOTBALL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS

KWU SCORING 208 Points Per Game 20.8 FIRST DOWNS 175 Rushing 61 Passing 89 Penalty 25 RUSHING YARDAGE 1016 Yards Gained Rushing 1406 Yards Lost Rushing 390 Rushing Attempts 404 Average Per Rush 2.5 Average Per Game 101.6 TDs Rushing 12 PASSING YARDAGE 2063 Att/Comp/Int 326/159/14 Average Per Pass 6.3 Average Per Catch 13.0 Average Per Game 206.3 TDs Passing 15 TOTAL OFFENSE 3079 Total Plays 730 Average Per Play 4.2 Average Per Game 307.9 KICK RETURNS: NO./YDS 41/782 PUNTS RETURNS: NO./YDS 32/225 INT RETURNS: NO./YDS 9/61 KICK RETURN AVG. 19.1 PUNT RETURN AVG. 7.0 INT RETURN AVG. 6.8 FUMBLES/LOST 23/14 PUNTS/YARDS 68/2519 Avg. Per Punt 37.0 Net Punt Avg. 34.7 PENALTIES/YARDS 76/650 Avg. Per Game 65.0 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 30:36 3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS 54/170 3rd Down Pct. 31.8% 4RD DOWN CONVERSIONS 14/28 4th Down Pct. 50.0% SACKS BY/YARDS 23/172 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 27 FIELD GOALS/ATTEMPTS 6/11 PAT/ATTEMPTS 20/20

OPP 223 22.3 145 48 69 28 1044 1418 374 344 3.0 104.4 11 1843 318/143/9 5.8 12.9 184.3 17 2887 662 4.4 288.7 36/777 27/162 14/124 21.6 6.0 8.9 17/8 72/2752 38.2 35.1 84/674 67.4 29:31 47/162 29.0% 8/22 36.4% 37/203 31 4/13 25/29

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st Kansas Wesleyan 35 Opponents 56

4th 86 52

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3rd 41 57

OVERALL INDIVIDUAL STATS RUSHING Winship, Jake Webster, Doug Uhland, Fielding Marquez, Tyndan Cooper, Rodney Giesen, Brett Reed, Mark Burch, Michael Eggleston, Brendan Engelberg, Jason Fluker, Ryan Ham, Corey TEAM, Total

PASSING G Webster, Doug 9 Uhland, Fielding 2 Marquez, Tyndan 1 Giffin, Tanner 4 Total 10 RECEIVING Berry, Anthony Ham, Corey Engelberg, Jason Alsobrook, Troy Thrush, Eric Hall, Will Panke, Matt Miller, Aaron Winship, Jake Reynolds, Daniel Giesen, Brett Giffin, Tanner Brooks, Jordan Total

G 10 9 2 1 5 5 1 1 2 9 1 9 10 10

Att 224 103 13 4 18 16 2 2 2 1 1 3 15 404

Effic 105 101 192 682 109 G 10 9 9 9 7 5 3 1 10 3 5 4 1 10

TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS

Webster, Doug Winship, Jake Uhland, Fielding Total Giffin, Tanner 208 Cooper, Rodney 223 Giesen, Brett Marquez, Tyndan Reed, Mark Burch, Michael Eggleston, Brendan Engelberg, Jason Fluker, Ryan Ham, Corey TEAM, Total

Gain 838 369 60 17 51 51 6 3 2 1 0 8 0 1406

Att 286 36 2 2 326 No. 37 36 32 19 10 9 5 3 3 2 1 1 1 159 G 9 10 2 4 5 5 1 1 1 2 9 1 9 10 10

Lost 74 194 26 7 4 13 0 0 0 0 0 25 47 390

Cmp 139 16 2 2 159

Int 14 0 0 0 14

Net 764 175 34 10 47 38 6 3 2 1 0 -17 -47 1016 Pct 0.49 0.44 1.00 1.00 0.5

Avg 3.4 1.7 2.6 2.5 2.6 2.4 3.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.0 -5.7 -3.1 2.5

TD 5 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12

Long 29 64 22 9 8 20 5 3 1 1 0 8 0 64

Avg/G 76.4 19.4 17.0 10.0 9.4 7.6 6.0 3.0 1.0 0.1 0.0 -1.9 -4.7 101.6

Yds 1778 203 22 60 2063

TD 12 1 0 2 15

Long 56 41 13 34 56

Avg/G 197.6 101.5 22.0 15.0 206.3

Yds 529 595 354 187 94 134 50 34 25 39 13 10 -1 2063

Avg 14.3 16.5 11.1 9.8 9.4 14.9 10.0 11.3 8.3 19.5 13.0 10.0 -1.0 13.0

TD 4 7 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 15

Plays 389 224 49 2 18 16 6 2 2 2 1 1 3 15 730

Rush 175 764 34 0 47 38 10 6 3 2 1 0 -17 -47 1016

Pass 1778 0 203 60 0 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2063

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Long 56 51 52 35 23 32 26 17 13 34 13 10 0 56 Total 1953 764 237 60 47 38 32 6 3 2 1 0 -17 -47 3079

Avg/G 52.9 66.1 39.3 20.8 13.4 26.8 16.7 34.0 2.5 13.0 2.6 2.5 -1.0 206.3 Avg/G 217.0 76.4 118.5 15.0 9.4 7.6 32.0 6.0 3.0 1.0 0.1 0.0 -1.9 -4.7 307.9


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G Rush Rec PR KOR IR/MR Tot Avg/G Ham, Corey 9 -17 595 0 268 0 846 94.0 Winship, Jake 10 764 25 0 12 0 801 80.1 Berry, Anthony 10 0 529 0 0 0 529 52.9 Alsobrook, Troy 9 0 187 199 93 0 479 53.2 Engelberg, Jason 9 1 354 0 0 0 355 39.4 Webster, Doug 9 175 0 0 0 0 175 19.4 Tate, Corey 8 0 0 -3 145 0 142 17.8 Hall, Will 5 0 134 0 0 0 134 26.8 Giffin, Tanner 4 0 10 29 65 0 104 26.0 Walls, Jesse 10 0 0 0 70 31* 101 10.1 Thrush, Eric 7 0 94 0 0 0 94 13.4 Raught, Richard 9 0 0 0 81 10 91 10.1 Giesen, Brett 5 38 13 0 0 0 51 10.2 Panke, Matt 3 0 50 0 0 0 50 16.7 Brackens, Jacob 10 0 0 0 20 29 49 4.9 Cooper, Rodney 5 47 0 0 0 0 47 9.4 Reynolds, Daniel 3 0 39 0 5 0 44 14.7 Miller, Aaron 1 0 34 0 0 0 34 34.0 Uhland, Fielding 2 34 0 0 0 0 34 17.0 Reynolds, JR 5 0 0 0 23 0 23 4.6 Mitchell, Ken 10 0 0 0 0 22 22 2.2 Marquez, Tyndan 1 10 0 0 0 0 10 10.0 Reed, Mark 1 6 0 0 0 0 6 6.0 Burch, Michael 1 3 0 0 0 0 3 3.0 Eggleston, Brendan 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 1.0 Brooks, Jordan 1 0 -1 0 0 0 -1 -1.0 TEAM, 10 -47 0 0 0 0 -47 -4.7 Total 10 1016 2063 225 782 61/31 4147 414.7 IR/MR is combined Interception and miscellaneous returns, * denotes miscellaneous return

ALL PURPOSE YDS

TD 7 0 5 5 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 27

SCORING Ham, Corey McKeon, Scotty Winship, Jake Webster, Doug Berry, Anthony Cooper, Rodney Panke, Matt Hall, Will Reynolds, Daniel Miller, Aaron Uhland, Fielding Giffin, Tanner Total

FIELD GOALS McKeon, Scotty

FGM/FGA 6/11 No 67 1 68

PUNTING McKeon, Scotty Mulford, Scott Total

FUMBLE RETURNS Total

FGs 0/0 6/11 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 6/11

Kick 0/0 20/20 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 20/20

Pct 55%

01-19 0/0

Yds 2485 34 2519 No 0

Yds 0

Rush 0/0 0/0 3/4 0/0 0/0 1/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 4/6

20-29 1/2 Avg 37.1 34.0 37.0 Avg 0.0

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Rcv 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pass 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

30-39 1/4

40-49 4/5

Long 62 34 62

TB 1 0 1 TD 0

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

2009 POST-SEASON HONORS FIRST TEAM ALL-KCAC Jake Winship Ken Mitchell

SECOND TEAM ALL-KCAC Oscar Torres Richard Raught Adrian Thomas Patrick Shelton

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-KCAC Anthony Berry Jason Engelberg Corey Ham Kyle Barthel Kane Kaualoku Charles Starling T.J. DiPrima Joe LaLone

DAKTRONICS-NAIA SCHOLAR-ATHLETES T.J. DiPrima Will Slasor Kyle Barthel Spencer Popple

COLLEGEFANZ NAIA ALL-AMERICAN Ken Mitchell - Honorable Mention

Saf Pts 0 42 0 38 0 36 0 30 0 24 0 8 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 208

50-99 LgM/LgA Blk 0/0 42/47 1 FC 18 0 40

I20 21 0 0

Blkd 1 0 0

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2009 KANSAS WESLEYAN FOOTBALL STATISTICS DEFENSIVE STATS No Player Name GP 40 Thomas, Adrian 10 31 Kaualoku, Kane 10 6 Raught, Richard 9 18 Mitchell, Ken 10 29 Brackens, Jacob 10 56 Shelton, Patrick 10 24 Walls, Jesse 10 54 DiPrima, T.J. 9 99 LaLone, Joseph 10 90 Starling, Charles 8 22 Hoover, Austin 9 10 Luna, Anthony 8 91 Misipeka, Andrew 9 27 Gallegos, Sonny 7 26 Tate, Corey 8 55 Ramos, Chris 7 93 Butler, Billy 5 34 Reynolds, JR 5 14 Edward, Branden 7 4 Feaster, Timothy 2 75 Hamblett, Jacob 3 36 Marowitz, Mike 2 92 Popple, Spencer 3 8 Ham, Corey 9 96 Waters, Dominick 3 82 Alsobrook, Troy 9 37 McKeon, Scotty 10 20 Winship, Jake 10 52 Fouts, Ryan 2 43 Rooney, Jeff 2 15 Berry, Anthony 10 17 Davis, Eric 1 30 Eggleston, Brendan 2 35 Mulford, Scott 2 65 Stancliff, Hudson 2 TM TEAM, 10 38 Volkman, Beau 1 5 Webster, Doug 9 80 Glover, Logan 1 46 Holmes, Ty 1 67 Lacy, Brandon 1 51 Square, Levi 1 72 Hemmy, Gary 1 TOTALS 10

KICK RETURNS Ham, Corey Walls, Jesse Tate, Corey Alsobrook, Troy Raught, Richard Giffin, Tanner Reynolds, JR Brackens, Jacob Winship, Jake Reynolds, Daniel Hoover, Austin Total

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No Yds 11 268 6 70 5 145 5 93 4 81 4 65 2 23 1 20 1 12 1 5 1 0 41 782

UT 46 22 30 32 25 22 18 16 12 13 15 10 8 12 10 3 4 1 5 4 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 331

AT 40 22 13 9 13 15 14 16 18 11 7 10 7 2 4 8 5 7 1 1 2 3 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 240

Tackles Total ForLoss 86 15.5/60.0 44 2.0/7.5 43 5.0/20.0 41 3.5/11.5 38 7.5/20.0 37 18.0/98.0 32 0.0/0.0 32 8.0/31.0 30 6.0/29.3 24 7.5/27.8 22 3.0/9.5 20 2.0/5.5 15 1.0/1.0 14 0.0/0.0 14 1.5/2.5 11 0.5/1.5 9 1.5/5.0 8 0.5/0.5 6 1.0/2.0 5 0.0/0.0 4 0.0/0.0 4 0.0/0.0 4 0.5/3.3 3 0.0/0.0 3 1.0/9.0 2 0.0/0.0 2 0.0/0.0 2 0.0/0.0 2 0.0/0.0 2 0.0/0.0 1 0.0/0.0 1 0.0/0.0 1 0.0/0.0 1 0.0/0.0 1 0.0/0.0 1 1.0/7.0 1 0.0/0.0 1 0.0/0.0 1 0.0/0.0 1 0.0/0.0 1 0.0/0.0 1 0.0/0.0 0 0.0/0.0 571 86.5/352.0

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Avg TD Lg PUNT RETURNS 24.4 0 41 Alsobrook, Troy 11.7 0 16 Giffin, Tanner 29.0 0 63 Tate, Corey 18.6 0 25 Total 20.3 0 33 16.3 0 23 11.5 0 14 20.0 0 20 12.0 0 12 5.0 0 5 0.0 0 0 19.1 0 63

Sacks No/Yards 2.5/25.5 0.5/4.5 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 1.0/8.0 10.5/81.5 0.0/0.0 2.5/16.0 2.5/15.3 1.5/8.8 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.5/3.3 0.0/0.0 1.0/9.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 22.5/172.0

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Pass Def Int/Yds BrUp 0/0 1 0/0 2 3/10 11 3/22 6 1/29 4 0/0 0 0/0 8 0/0 0 0/0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 1/0 1 0/0 0 0/0 5 1/0 5 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 5 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 9/61 49

|| Fumbles || Rcv/Yds FF || 0/0 1 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 2 || 0/0 1 || 1/0 0 || 1/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 2/0 0 || 0/0 2 || 0/0 2 || 0/0 0 || 1/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 2/0 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 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 0/0 0 || 8/0 8.0

No Yds Avg TD Lg INTERCEPTIONS 28 199 7.1 0 43 Mitchell, Ken 3 29 9.7 0 10 Raught, Richard 1 -3 -3.0 0 0 Brackens, Jacob 32 225 7.0 0 43 Tate, Corey Luna, Anthony Total

No 3 3 1 1 1 9

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Avg TD Lg 7.3 0 22 3.3 0 10 29.0 0 29 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 6.8 0 29


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TEAM STATISTICS First Downs --Rushing --Passing --Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing --Passes Attempted --Passes Completed --Had Intercepted Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yards --Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: No. / Lost Penalties: No. / Yds Punts / Yds --Average Per Punt Punt Returns: No / Yds Kickoff Returns: No / Yds Int. Returns: No / Yds Fumble Returns: No / Yds Possession Time Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By: No / Yds

TABOR STATISTICS

2 0 7

3 6 14

TABR 13 5 6 2 34 158 51 107 223 28 10 1 62 330 5.3 3/1 10 / 87 7 / 273 39.0 4/7 6 / 124 1 / 20 1/3 29:38 3 of 14 0 of 1 0/0

4 6 7

KWU STATISTICS TOT 19 35

KWU 20 10 8 2 51 211 16 195 131 23 9 1 74 326 4.4 2/1 7 / 55 5 / 205 41.0 4 / 87 3 / 88 1/0 0/0 30:22 7 of 16 0 of 2 2 / 18

RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD 22 Washington 20 82 12 70 1 10 Lawrence 4 41 0 41 1 42 Ramsay 1 22 0 22 0 7 Erickson 2 10 0 10 0 0 TEAM 1 0 12 -12 0 11 Amos 6 3 27 -24 0 Total 34 158 51 107 2

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Lg 34 33 22 10 0 3 34

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 11 Amos 12 6 0 153 1 69 2 7 Erickson 16 4 1 70 0 43 0 Total 28 10 1 223 1 69 2

RUSHING 20 Winship 23 Cooper 5 Webster 19 Giesen 0 TEAM Total

Att Gain Lost Net TD 30 154 6 148 2 3 16 0 16 0 10 23 7 16 2 6 18 3 15 0 2 0 0 0 0 51 211 16 195 4

Lg 21 8 8 9 0 21

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 5 Webster 23 9 1 131 1 28 0 Total 23 9 1 131 1 28 0 RECEIVING 8 Ham 15 Berry 82 Alsobrook 88 Thrush 7 Engelberg Total

No 5 1 1 1 1 9

PUNTING No 37 McKeon 5 Total 5

Yds 205 205

Yds 85 16 12 11 7 131 Avg 41.0 41.0

TD 1 0 0 0 0 1 TB 0 0

Lg 28 16 12 11 7 28

I20 2 2

FIELD GOALS

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(Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) Jake Winship had 148 yards rushing and scored twice as the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes opened the 2009 season with a 35-19 win over the Tabor Bluejays on Saturday night at Salina Stadium. Winship, a junior tailback, who was with the Coyotes last season but was a redshirt, made the most of his debut in the purple and gold. He carried 30 times, constantly hitting the holes and shredding Tabor’s defense all evening long. Tabor took the ball to open the game, but the drive stalled at the Bluejays’ own 38 yard line, and gave the Coyotes the ball at decent field position at the KWU-36 to start the drive. However, Wesleyan promptly gave the ball right back as Doug Webster’s pass was picked off by Nick Brown.

Tabor marched downfield on its next possession, but were stopped cold by Ken Mitchell’s interception in the endzone of a pass from Joey Erickson to Robere LeBeauf. The quarter nearly went scoreless until the Coyotes struck late. After being pinned deep in their own end and forced to punt, Tabor gave the ball back to the Coyotes in great field position at the Tabor 47. Webster opened the drive with a 11-yard pass to Corey Ham, and four Winship runs and a penalty on Tabor, set up Webster’s 14yard pass to Ham for the score to put the Coyotes up 14-7 with 29 seconds to go before the half. Tabor tried a 51-yard field goal with two seconds left, but missed it badly left and the Coyotes would go into the break up 14-7. Corey Tate nearly broke the second half kickoff for a touchdown. He took the ball at the KWU-5, and split the defense and headed up the field, but could not get past the kicker Gulledge, who knocked him out of bounds at the Tabor 32. Six plays later, Winship scampered into the endzone from ten yards out and Scott McKeon’s kick made it 21-7 Coyotes with 13:11 left in the third. Tabor answered right back when Marc Amos eluded a sack and found Washington open in the flat, who then went 69 yards for the score. However, Gulledge’s PAT attempt would hit the left upright and fall no good. After a failed Wesleyan drive, Tabor took over at its own 29 yard line, and marched down to the Coyote 30, when things turned south for the Bluejays. Tabor was called for holding on the first down play, and then a 15-yard personal foul was tacked on to make it first and 35 at the Tabor 45. Things got even worse for Tabor when Amos was sacked by Patrick Shelton for a 12-yard loss on the next play, setting up a second and 47 for the Bluejays. After the drive stalled at the 39, Gulledge punted to Troy Alsobrook, who nearly broke the return for a score, but an illegal block penalty backed things up to the Tabor -45.

The Bluejays quickly converted Wesleyan’s miscue, only needing two plays, one a 37-yard toss and catch from Marc Amos to Daniel Jost, and the Seven plays later, the Coyotes found paydirt other a one yard run by Derek Washington to take again. The drive was aided by a 16-yard pass from RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg a 7-0 lead with 12:06 to go in the first. Webster to Anthony Berry, and a 14-yard Winship 86 Jost 5 121 0 43 run, and Winship finished it off with a one yard 22 Washington 4 102 1 69 After a stalled Wesleyan drive, Tabor marched to run to put the Coyotes up 28-13 with 3:32 to go 5 Clay 1 0 0 0 the KWU-29, but then Stephen Gulledge missed a in the third. Total 10 223 1 69 46-yard field goal attempt. Wesleyan had another great chance to score PUNTING No Yds Avg TB I20 Lg It took until late in the quarter for the Coyotes to early in the fourth, but Webster coughed the ball 18 Gulledge 7 273 39.0 0 0 52 score the equalizer, and it took a Tabor mistake to up at Tabor’s five-yard line. The Bluejays could go Total 7 273 39.0 0 0 52 set up the score. The Bluejays faced a third and nowhere on their drive, and after the punt the five at their own 20 when the pass from center got Coyotes took over at their own 41 to make one FIELD GOALS Distance away from Amos and Anthony Luna recovered at last big drive. Gulledge 51, 46 the Tabor-8. (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) After Winship lost the handle on the first play After a pass interference play gave KWU first down of the drive, but the ball was recovered by Kyle at the 1, Webster went in two plays later to tie Barthel, Webster hit Alsobrook for 12 yards, and things up with 2:02 to go. Winship followed with a 21 yard run to get down to Tabor’s 26. Rodney Cooper then added an

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eight yard run two plays later, followed by a first SEPTEMBER 19, 2009 down run by Brett Giesen to the Tabor 14. After KANSAS WESLEYAN AT SAINT MARY an incomplete pass, and a short run, Webster 1 2 3 4 TOT hit tight end Eric Thrush over the middle for 11 Kansas Wesleyan 7 0 0 3 10 yards, setting up first and goal at the one. From Saint Mary 0 7 0 0 7 there Webster dove in for the score and McKeon’s kick made it 35-13 with 5:46 to go. TEAM STATISTICS KWU USM First Downs 14 13 Tabor had a big play for 43 yards on the second --Rushing 5 4 play of its next drive to get into Coyote territory. --Passing 7 8 On the third play, Wesleyan’s Richie Raught nearly --Penalty 2 1 made a huge play of his own. Raught stepped in Rushing Attempts 35 26 front of a pass from Erickson to Chris Roddy, with Yards Gained Rushing 125 96 nothing in front of him but white lines, green Yards Lost Rushing 49 32 artificial grass, and six points on the scoreboard, Net Yards Rushing 76 64 but the ball slipped through his hands and fell Net Yards Passing 155 152 incomplete. Tabor recovered, turning to Marquise --Passes Attempted 34 39 Lawrence on the next play, who eluded a gaggle --Passes Completed 15 19 of Coyote defenders and went 33-yards for the --Had Intercepted 2 0 score. Total Offensive Plays 69 65 Total Net Yards 231 216 The Bluejays tried an onside kick, but the Coyotes --Avg Gain Per Play 3.3 3.3 recovered easily and were able to shut down Fumbles: No / Lost 2/0 1/1 Tabor’s final drive and run out the clock for the Penalties: No / Yds 4 / 30 5 / 56 win. No of Punts / Yds 8 / 267 10 / 374 --Avg Per Punt 33.4 37.4 Winship outgained Tabor’s entire rushing attack Punt Returns: No / Yds 3 / 24 4 / 17 148 to 107, as the Coyotes racked up 195 yards Kickoff Returns: No / Yds 2 / 28 2 / 17 on the ground as a team, and scored four times. Int Returns: No / Yds 0/0 2/0 Cooper added 16 yards on three carries, and Fumble Ret: No / Yds 0/0 0/0 Webster had 10 carries for 16 yards and two Misc. Yds 0 0 scores. Webster was 9-of-23 in the air for 117 Possession Time 31:27 28:33 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Third Down Conv 6 of 17 6 of 19 Ham led the receivers with five catches for 71 Fourth Down Conv 0 of 1 1 of 1 yards and a score. Sacks By: No / Yds 2 / 14 3 / 22 Washington led Tabor’s rushing attack with 20 carries for 70 yards and a score, while Lawrence added four carries for 41 yards and a score. Amos was 6-for-12 passing for 153 yards, and Erickson was 4-for-16 for 70 yards. Daniel Jost had five catches for 121 yards, and Washington had four catches for 102 yards, with 69 of that coming on one play.

KWU STATISTICS RUSHING 20 Winship 19 Giesen 8 Ham 0 TEAM 5 Webster Total

Att Gain Lost Net TD 22 106 8 98 0 1 3 0 3 0 1 0 1 -1 0 1 0 7 -7 0 10 16 33 -17 1 35 125 49 76 1

Lg 29 3 0 0 12 29

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 5 Webster 34 15 2 155 0 21 3 Total 34 15 2 155 0 21 3 RECEIVING 7 Engelberg 15 Berry 88 Thrush 8 Ham 85 Panke 82 Alsobrook Total

No 4 3 3 2 2 1 15

Yds 40 36 26 18 17 18 155

PUNTING No 37 McKeon 8 Total 8

Yds 267 267

Avg 33.4 33.4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TB 0 0

I20 2 2

Lg 13 13 21 12 11 18 21 Lg 45 45

FIELD GOALS Distance McKeon (42), 33 (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

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Att Gain Lost Net TD 16 76 4 72 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 -1 0 5 15 17 -2 0 2 3 9 -6 0 26 96 32 64 1

RUSHING 21 Jones 9 Walsh 23 Willie 8 Robles 28 Genz Total

Lg 31 2 0 13 3 31

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 8 Robles 6 Joly Total

38 1 39

18 1 19

RECEIVING 18 Wallin 2 Walburn 23 Willie 15 Brooks 40 Anderson 21 Jones 28 Genz Total

No 6 5 3 2 1 1 1 19

PUNTING No 17 Sutton 10 Total 10

Yds 374 374

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149 3 152 Yds 59 41 9 23 11 6 3 152

Avg 37.4 37.4

0 0 0

44 3 44

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TB 0 0

I20 3 3

2 0 2 Lg 44 12 12 12 11 6 3 44 Lg 48 48

FIELD GOALS Distance Schattle 37, 26 (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) LEAVENWORTH – It appeared that the game was headed into overtime as the clock wound down between Kansas Wesleyan and Saint Mary at Saint Mary’s Football Stadium. A wild finish in the final three minutes ended with Scotty McKeon connecting on a 42-yard field goal as time expired to give the Coyotes a 10-7 win over the Spires. The Coyotes had the ball at Saint Mary’s 30 on fourth down, but Doug Webster’s pass to Eric Thrush was incomplete. Saint Mary took over with 2:37 left, but could not get a first down, and the Coyotes got the ball back with 1:28 left. Webster’s pass, the first play of the drive, was picked off at the Saint Mary-47 by Chris Barrett. Three straight incompletions by Daniel Robles gave the ball back to the Coyotes at their own 26 after a punt, to kick off the eventual game-winning drive. A false start on the first play moved the ball back to the 21. Jake Winship went for seven yards on the first play, followed by a first down pass from Webster to Anthony Berry at the Wesleyan 39. After a Webster scramble out of bounds, he connected to Troy Alsobrook for 18 yards and another first down at Saint Mary’s 41. Two plays later, Webster hit Berry again along the left sideline for another 13 yards to the USM-28. Winship then set up the field goal on the left hash with a three yard run. Wesleyan called timeout to set up the field goal, and then Saint Mary called a timeout to try to ice McKeon. After the break, the Coyotes lined up and McKeon’s kick was right down the middle as time

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KANSAS WESLEYAN expired for the win. The wild finish was a complete change from the remainder of the game, which was rather quiet for both teams. Neither team could move the ball against two charged defenses that combined for five sacks, 20 tackles for loss and only 447 yards of total offense allowed. The Coyotes scored first, when the Coyotes took advantage of a short field after Saint Mary’s Willie Harris mishandled the catch on the punt and Sonny Gallegos recovered at the USM-7. Three plays later, Webster dove in from a yard out and McKeon’s kick was good with 8:46 to go in the first quarter. Saint Mary, who usually relies on a potent passing game, got its only score with 6:24 to go in the second quarter on a 31-yard run by Kyle Jones. Jones took the ball and broke through the left side and went basically untouched in for the score. Bobby Schattle’s kick made it 7-all. That score would have given the Spires a 10-7 lead, but Schattle missed a chip shot 26-yard field goal on Saint Mary’s first drive of the game after the Spires drove to Wesleyan’s 9-yard line after an eight-yard punt by McKeon. McKeon had a chance to give Wesleyan a lead with 1:37 left in the first half, but after the KWU drive stalled at the USM-16, he pushed a 33-yard field goal wide right.

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SEPTEMBER 26, 2009 KANSAS WESLEYAN AT BETHEL 1 7 7

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TEAM STATISTICS First Downs --Rushing --Passing --Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing --Passes Attempted --Passes Completed --Had Intercepted Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yards --Avg Gain Per Play Fumbles: No / Lost Penalties: No / Yards No of Punts / Yards --Avg Per Punt Punt Returns: No/ Yds Kickoff Returns: No / Yds Int Returns: No / Yds Fumble Ret: No / Yds Misc. Yds Possession Time Third Down Conv Fourth Down Conv Sacks By: No / Yds

2 3 0

3 0 0

4 9 7

KWU 22 11 10 1 47 169 29 140 253 36 19 1 83 393 4.7 1/1 5 / 36 4 / 140 35.0 3/6 3 / 61 1/0 0/0 0 33:20 8 of 21 5 of 5 3 / 19

RECEIVING 8 Ham 15 Berry 82 Alsobrook 7 Engelberg 44 Reynolds Total

No 8 6 3 1 1 19

PUNTING No 37 McKeon 4 Total 4

Yds 140 140

Yds 106 105 30 7 5 253 Avg 35.0 35.0

TOT 19 14

BTHL 16 5 7 4 26 123 38 85 161 34 12 1 60 246 4.1 0/0 8 / 49 7 / 250 35.7 2 / 29 4 / 100 1/0 0/0 0 26:40 6 of 16 1 of 2 1/0

On Saint Mary’s opening drive of the third, the Spires drove all the way to the KWU-20, aided KWU STATISTICS by Robles’ 44-yard pass to Glen Wallin. However, RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net after the drive stalled at the 20, Schattle again 20 Winship 31 106 17 89 missed, this time a 37-yarder wide left. 5 Webster 10 60 0 60 30 Eggleston 1 1 0 1 The Coyotes outgained the Spires 231-216 on 69 0 TEAM 1 0 0 0 plays from scrimmage. Winship carried 22 times 19 Giesen 3 2 7 -5 for 98 yards, but the Coyotes only had 76 yards 8 Ham 1 0 5 -5 on 35 carries as a team. Webster was 15-of-34 for Total 47 169 29 140 155 yards, but threw two interceptions. Jason Engelberg led the receivers with four catches for PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD 40 yards, while Berry had three grabs for 36 and 5 Webster 36 19 1 253 2 Thrush had three catches for 26 yards. Total 36 19 1 253 2 Jones led Saint Mary’s (0-3, 0-2) rushing attack with 16 carries for 72 yards and a score, as the Spires combined for 26 carries for 64 yards. Robles was 18-of-38 passing for 149 yards. Wallin was his favorite target with six catches for 59 yards. Wallburn added five catches for 41 yards.

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 24 19 1 0 2 0 24

Att Gain Lost Net TD 12 52 10 42 0 10 60 19 41 0 1 4 0 4 0 3 7 9 -2 0 26 123 38 85 0

Lg 21 16 4 7 21

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 16 Hiebert 30 10 1 99 2 23 3 17 Vail 3 1 0 39 0 39 0 21 Abell 1 1 0 23 0 23 0 Total 34 12 1 161 2 39 3 RECEIVING 81 Voth-Gaeddert 4 Francis 86 Benson 16 Hiebert 21 Abell 1 Morgan Total

No 5 3 1 1 1 1 12

PUNTING No 81 Voth-Gaeddert 7 Total 7

Yds 250 250

Yds 52 30 39 23 9 8 161 Avg 35.7 35.7

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 TB 1 1

Lg 23 17 39 23 9 8 39

I20 2 2

Lg 47 47

FIELD GOALS Distance Voth-Gaeddert 26 (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) NORTH NEWTON -- Unbelievable. Simply incredibly, miraculously, unbelievable. Doug Webster's scrambling, desperation, wingand-a-prayer pass from the near the Bethel sideline at the Threshers' 45-yard line somehow, some way found Anthony Berry in a crowd of players at the Bethel 5-yard line. Berry caught the ball, turned and dashed into the end zone with no time left on the clock, giving the Coyotes an improbable 19-14 Kansas Conference victory over Bethel on Saturday night at Joe W. Goering Field.

Lg Sk 45 1 45 1

Suffice it to say, no one in attendance -- coaches, players, fans -- had ever seen anything like it.

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Webster's pass -- officially 45 yards -- saved the Coyotes after Bethel scored with 15 seconds left on a 23-yard, fourth-down pass from quarterback from Garrett Hiebert to Lee Voth-Gaeddert in the right corner of the end zone. The Threshers scored 10 plays after Webster fumbled at the Bethel 44-yard line trying to scramble for a first down with 2:19 left.

TD 1 1 0 0 0 2 TB 0 0

BETHEL STATISTICS RUSHING 21 Abell 16 Hiebert 14 Newhouse 17 Vail Total

I20 1 1

Lg 43 43

KWU got the ball at its 33 with 7 seconds left, and on second down Webster completed a 22-yard pass to Berry to the Bethel 45. On the play, time appeared to expire, but Wesleyan coach Dave FIELD GOALS Distance Dallas claimed one second remained, and game McKeon (22), 32, (40) officials agreed after a brief huddle. (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) On the final play Webster, a junior college transfer

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"I feel bad for Mike (Bethel coach Moore's) kids," BETHANY STATISTICS Dallas said. "They played very hard -- two last- RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net second plays two weeks in a row. But there was one 7 Malcolm 23 83 9 74 second left on the clock when I called timeout." 1 Autry 3 16 0 16 28 Harris 1 2 0 2 Wesleyan spent most of the first half in Bethel 18 Parks 2 2 1 1 territory but managed just 10 points. 0 TEAM 3 0 17 -17 9 Baker 6 6 24 -18 After Webster hit Corey Ham with a 19-yard Total 38 109 51 58 touchdown pass on the Coyotes' opening possession, Wesleyan bogged down despite PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD several opportunities. Ensuing drives ended on 9 Baker 37 20 0 326 2 the Bethel 9-yard line (interception), KWU's 49- Total 37 20 0 326 2 yard line (punt) and Bethel's 42-yard line (punt).

Lg 17 7 2 2 0 6 17

Lg Sk 55 3 55 3

Berry, also a junior college transfer, agreed, but The Coyotes finally broke through on its last had a confession. possession of the half when McKeon booted a 40yard field goal with 1:24 left before intermission. "I saw the quarterback scrambling and tried to get to the front of the end zone where I was Bethel answered and promptly drove to Wesleyan's suppose to be," Berry said. "Somehow he got it 9-yard line, the big play being a 23-yard pass from up on the run. tailback Jarrett Abel to Hiebert, who pitched the ball to Abel then took off down field as a receiver. "It went over the (defender's) head. I gave him a little shove in the back, caught it and turned But Hiebert threw three incomplete passes before around. I couldn't believe it. I looked for (penalty) Voth-Gaeddert missed a 26-yard field goal attempt flags, but no flags. Joy, just happy." with 16 seconds left.

RECEIVING 5 Anderson 82 Martino 32 Garza 18 Parks 3 Johnson 2 Hammond Total

No 6 4 3 3 2 2 20

PUNTING No 26 Knight 7 Total 7

Yds 228 228

Berry was immediately mobbed by teammates Wesleyan had 169 yards total offense in the first just beyond the north goal posts as a wild half and Bethel 143. celebration began. STORY BY BOB DAVIDSON, SALINA JOURNAL The victory keeps KWU unbeaten on the season at 3-0. Bethel falls to 0-3 with its second consecutive OCTOBER 3, 2009 gut-wrenching loss after losing on a last-second BETHANY AT KANSAS WESLEYAN field goal a week early to Southern Nazarene, 1 2 3 4 TOT Okla. -- a play that came after a penalty on the Bethany College 7 0 6 6 27 Threshers gave Southern Nazarene a second Kansas Wesleyan 7 7 14 7 21 chance after the first field goal attempt missed. TEAM STATISTICS BTHY KWU 19 21 "Doug did a tremendous job getting out of the First Downs --Rushing 7 8 pressure and just throwing it up," a stunned --Passing 12 12 Dallas said. "I didn't even see (Berry) catch it. --Penalty 0 1 Great concentration by Anthony. Rushing Attempts 38 41 109 129 "Gosh dog, I never have won a game like that, Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing 51 62 and the good thing is we're 3-0." Net Yards Rushing 58 67 326 275 The North Newton Miracle helped the Coyotes Net Yards Passing --Passes Attempted 37 29 escape for the second week in a row, after beating --Passes Completed 20 18 Saint Mary 10-7 seven days earlier on Scotty --Had Intercepted 0 3 McKeon's 42-yard field goal as time expired. Total Offensive Plays 75 70 384 342 It also boosted Wesleyan's defense, which played Total Net Yards --Avg Gain Per Play 5.1 4.9 well once again, until the final Bethel drive. The Fumbles: No / Lost 0/0 6/4 Threshers finished with 251 total yards. Penalties: No / Yds 9 / 65 4 / 26 No of Punts / Yds 7 / 228 4 / 154 Hiebert was 11 of 33 passing for 143 yards and --Avg Per Punt 32.6 38.5 two touchdowns. Bethel had 85 yards rushing. Punt Returns: No / Yds 1/8 5 / 16 Kickoff Returns: No / Yds 4 / 58 6 / 110 Wesleyan had 407 yards. Webster was 19 of 3 / 22 0/0 36 passing for 253 yards and two touchdowns Int. Ret: Number / Yds 0/0 0/0 while Jake Winship had 90 yards rushing on 30 Fumble Returns: No / Yds Misc. Yds 0 31 attempts. Possession Time 30:39 29:21 6 of 17 4 of 14 Wesleyan led 10-7 at halftime and made it 13-7 Third Down Conv Fourth Down Conv 0 of 1 1 of 3 on McKeon's 22-yard field goal with 4:29 left, Sacks By: No / Yds 4 / 24 4 / 22 setting the stage for the frantic, freaky finish.

FIELD GOALS Distance Fambrough 40, (25), (48) (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

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Yds 72 120 27 20 69 18 326

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Avg 32.6 32.6

TD 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 TB 0 0

I20 1 1

KWU STATISTICS RUSHING 20 Winship 5 Webster 7 Engelberg 0 TEAM 8 Ham Total

Att Gain Lost Net TD 24 80 5 75 0 15 48 25 23 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 13 -13 0 0 0 19 -19 0 41 129 62 67 1

Lg 26 55 11 21 37 9 55 Lg 46 46

Lg 10 17 1 0 0 17

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 5 Webster 29 18 3 275 2 36 4 Total 29 18 3 275 2 36 4 RECEIVING 7 Engelberg 8 Ham 82 Alsobrook 15 Berry 88 Thrush 20 Winship Total

No 7 5 2 2 1 1 18

PUNTING No 37 McKeon 4 Total 4

Yds 154 154

Yds 83 82 44 30 23 13 275 Avg 38.5 38.5

TD 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 TB 0 0

I20 2 2

Lg 22 36 35 15 23 13 36 Lg 48 48

Field Goals Distance McKeon 47 (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) Kansas Wesleyan committed seven turnovers and was unable to force any by the Bethany Swedes as the visitors spoiled KWU’s Homecoming with a 27-21 win at Salina Stadium. The Coyotes gave away four fumbles, and Doug

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Webster tossed three interceptions, all of which The Swedes quickly converted, covering 61 yards seemed to come when Wesleyan was beginning in four plays in a minute, 34 seconds. The drive to regain momentum in the game. was aided by two big plays, a 26-yard completion from Baker to Robert Anderson, and the scoring After stalled drives on each team’s opening play a 33-yard toss to Brandon Martino that gave possession, the Coyotes gave the ball right back Bethany a 24-14 lead. to Bethany on the first play of their second drive when Marvin Barnes stripped Jake Winship and The Coyotes wasted little time answering back. Dewayne Autrey recovered at Wesleyan’s 34 with After Corey Tate nearly broke the kickoff, returning 9:14 left in the first quarter. it to the KWU-49, a face mask penalty moved the ball to Bethany’s 36, and Webster then hit Corey The short field was perfect for Bethany to get on Ham from there for the score, and Wesleyan got the board first. Oshane Malcolm scored for the back within three at 24-21 with 2:06 to go in the Swedes from 12 yards out on the seventh play of third. the drive and Alex Fambrough’s kick was good to give Bethany a 7-0 lead. After a couple stalled drives to open the fourth by each team, Baker found Martino for a 55-yard Wesleyan promptly answered back on its next catch and run that gave the Swedes first and drive. Webster hit Troy Alsobrook on a 35-yard goal at the KWU-5, but some key defensive plays, catch and run, followed by a 23-yard pass to Eric including a three-yard loss on a run by Malcolm Thrush to set up first at goal for the Coyotes at the and two pass breakups forced Bethany to settle Swede-3. Two plays later, Webster bootlegged for a 25-yard field goal to make the score 27-21 in to the left side from two yards out and Scotty favor of Bethany. McKeon’s kick tied things up with 6:18 left in the quarter. Fambrough tried to squib the kickoff, but it hit KWU’s Austin Hoover, who was able to fall on the On Wesleyan’s next drive, the Coyotes drove to ball at midfield. Wesleyan had fourth down and the Bethany 17, but a bad snap moved things inches at the Bethany 41, when Webster tried to back to the 30, and after the drive stalled, McKeon lateral the ball back to Ham in the backfield, but narrowly missed a 47-yard field goal try. the toss was wild, and Bethany took over at the KWU-40. The Swedes took the lead on their next drive. After their drive stalled at the KWU-31, Fambrough Bethany drove to the Wesleyan 23, but their drive nailed a hooking 48-yard field goal to make it stalled and Fambrough came on to try a 40-yard 10-7 Swedes with 12:28 left in the first half. field goal. However, Branden Edward blocked the kick that was recovered by Jesse Walls, who nearly Wesleyan gave the ball right back to Bethany broke the play for a score, but was tripped up at on its next drive. After the Coyotes drove to the the KWU-46. Bethany-38, Webster’s third down pass to Aaron Miller glanced off Miller’s hands, right to Barnes. The Coyotes then began what was hopefully to be their third game-winning, game-ending drive. After a great defensive stop for the Coyotes, Webster was tackled for no gain on the first play, Webster fumbled the ball away at the Bethany- and scrambled for 11 yards on second down. 17, ending a potential scoring drive. On the next play, Jason Engelberg dropped a pass over the middle. Ham then caught a ball to Bethany capitalized on the turnover, marching move the ball to the Swede-36. Engelberg took a 77 yards in seven plays, finishing the drive with backward pass to the 35, setting up a fourth and a 32-yard touchdown toss from Steven Baker to two. Webster found Alsobrook over the middle Sean Johnson, and the kick made it 17-7 with 44 but Kevin Goodie stripped him of the ball at the seconds left before the half. Swede-26, and the visitors closed the game out with a kneeldown. Bethany took the 17-7 lead into the break. Winship had 75 yards rushing on 24 carries, while Wesleyan again gave the ball away on its first Webster added 31 yards on 15 carries. Webster drive of the second half. Webster was picked off was 18-of-29 passing for 275 yards passing, but by Barnes at the Bethany-36. tossed three interceptions against two touchdown passes. Engelberg was the top receiver, making The Coyote defense made another huge stand, seven catches for 83 yards, while Ham added five and the Coyotes were able to capitalize on their catches for 82 yards and two touchdowns. next drive. Wesleyan covered 55 yards in eight plays, capping the drive with a 14-yard pass from Malcolm led Bethany’s rushing attack with 74 Webster to Ham to make it 17-14 after McKeon’s yards on 23 carries and a touchdown. Baker was kick. 20-of-37 for 326 yards and two scores. Martino led Bethany’s receivers with four catches for 120 yards After a failed Bethany drive, Webster was picked and a score. Anderson had six catches for 72 yards off again, this time by LaDarius Wilkerson at the and Johnson had two catches for 69 yards and a Bethany-39 with 4:14 left in the quarter. score.

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TEAM STATISTICS First Downs --Rushing --Passing --Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing --Passes Attempted --Passes Completed --Had Intercepted Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yards --Avg Gain Per Play Fumbles: No / Lost Penalties: No / Yds No of Punts / Yds --Avg Per Punt Punt Returns: No / Yds Kickoff Returns: No / Yds Int Returns: No / Yds Fumble Returns: No / Yds Misc. Yds Possession Time Third Down Conv Fourth Down Conv Sacks By: No / Yds

2 0 6

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KWU 11 5 5 1 45 191 29 162 94 25 10 0 70 256 3.7 5/5 7 / 79 6 / 225 37.5 5 / 83 2 / 61 0/0 0/0 0 28:51 3 of 16 1 of 4 0/0

4 7 6

TOT 14 12

HINU 14 6 4 4 44 167 12 155 77 34 10 0 78 232 3.0 0/0 5 / 31 10 / 326 32.6 2/6 2 / 42 0/0 0/0 0 31:09 3 of 20 3 of 6 4 / 18

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KANSAS WESLEYAN KWU STATISTICS RUSHING 20 Winship 9 Uhland 23 Cooper 0 TEAM Total

Att Gain Lost Net TD 29 154 4 150 1 8 30 18 12 0 3 7 1 6 0 5 0 6 -6 0 45 191 29 162 1

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The Coyotes had the first possession of the game, and nearly turned it over on fourth down, but gave the ball to Haskell regardless. With about eight inches to go for a first down, new starting quarterback Fielding Uhland fumbled the snap and fell on the ball short of the first down.

Uhland was sacked on the first play of the drive, but the Coyotes got things going, finishing the drive four plays later when Winship went in from five yards out and Scotty McKeon’s kick made it 7-6 with 3:05 left in the third.

The Coyotes used a little trickery to put some However, an inept Haskell offense was unable to breathing room between them and the Indians in PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk go anywhere and gave the ball back to the Coyotes the fourth. The Coyote drive stalled at the Haskell 26, and KWU lined up for a potential 43-yard field 9 Uhland 24 9 0 68 0 14 4 at the Wesleyan 41 after the punt. goal by McKeon. Haskell called a timeout, and 39 Giffin 1 1 0 26 1 26 0 Total 25 10 0 94 1 26 4 Jake Winship carried for nine yards on first down, after the break, holder Tanner Giffin popped up and then Uhland found Troy Alsobrook in the flat, and tossed a pass to Matt Panke, who went in RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg who was stripped of the ball that was recovered by virtually untouched from 26-yards out. McKeon’s 15 Berry 3 30 0 13 Haskell’s Kenny St. Pierre at midfield. Haskell nearly kick would give the Coyotes a most-important 85 Panke 2 30 1 26 punched it in on their next drive. A combination 14-6 lead with 7:32 left. 7 Engelberg 2 21 0 11 of Malcolm Coleman rushing and Victor Ramos’ 82 Alsobrook 2 -1 0 0 passing moved Haskell down to the KWU-9, where Two penalties on the Coyotes, both of which were 8 Ham 1 14 0 14 they had a third and one. Ramos was stopped for a little controversial, aided Haskell’s last drive of Total 10 94 1 26 a two-yard loss by Patrick Shelton, forcing a 28- the game. A pass interference call move the ball yard field goal by Caleb Chaffin that was badly to the KWU-26, and then Ramos was flushed out of the pocket and tried run out of bounds. On the PUNTING No Yds Avg TB I20 Lg shanked. line was Kane Kaualoku, who had stopped, and 37 McKeon 6 225 37.5 0 2 62 Total 6 225 37.5 0 2 62 The Coyotes gave the ball back on the very next Ramos ran into him, and fell down. Wesleyan was play. Uhland hit Anthony Berry for a 13-yard gain, flagged for a late hit on the play, and gave the FIELD GOALS Distance but Courtney Quinton knocked the ball loose Indians first down at the KWU-11. Four plays later, and Jake Kent jumped on it at the Wesleyan-33. Ramos hit DeMarco from 11 yards out to make it (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) Haskell got no further than the KWU-14 on the 14-12. Coleman got the call on the PAT, but was drive, giving the ball back to the Coyotes on fourth wrapped up by the Coyote defense. HASKELL STATISTICS RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg down when Ramos was stopped for no gain. Haskell tried the onside kick, but Wesleyan 33 Coleman 29 100 7 93 0 11 recovered and three kneeldowns later, KWU The Coyotes drove to the Haskell 12 on their next 29 Keeton 6 51 0 51 0 31 7 Jones 4 13 0 13 0 7 drive when the turnover bug hit again. Winship escaped with the 14-12 win. 6 Ramos 4 3 3 0 0 3 appeared to be headed in for a score but Quinton 8 Howard 1 0 2 -2 0 0 stripped him just short of the goal line and Kent Winship led the Coyote offense, carrying 29 times Total 44 167 12 155 0 31 again recovered in the end zone for a touchback. for 150 yards and a score, while Uhland carried eight times for 12 yards. Uhland struggled in his PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk The Indian drive only netted six yards, and after KWU debut, going 9-for-24 for just 68 yards, and 6 Ramos 32 10 0 77 2 16 0 a 20-yard punt return, the Coyotes took over Giffin was 1-for-1 for 26 yards on the fake field 29 Keeton 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 at midfield, but after a 21-yard run by Winship, goal play. Anthony Berry had three catches for 30 0 TEAM 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 he fumbled in the very next play for the fourth yards to lead the receivers, while Panke had two grabs for 30 yards and a score. Alsobrook added Total 34 10 0 77 2 16 0 turnover of the day on the Coyotes. five punt returns for 83 yards. RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg After another stalled Haskell drive, the Coyotes 15 DeMarco 7 57 2 16 faced a fourth and about two inches at the Haskell Coleman led Haskell with 93 yards rushing on 33 Coleman 1 15 0 15 27, but Uhland mishandled the snap again and 29 carries, while Keeton added six carries for 5 Ramsey 1 3 0 3 Trevor Rouse recovered for Haskell for the fifth 51 yards. Ramos was 10-of-32 for 77 yards, and DeMarco had seven catches for 57 yards and 29 Keeton 1 2 0 2 Wesleyan turnover of the game. both scores. Total 10 77 2 16 This time, Haskell capitalized. It appeared that PUNTING No Yds Avg TB I20 Lg the Coyotes stopped the Indians at the HINU29 Keeton 10 326 32.6 0 2 44 47, but the Indians ran a perfectly orchestrated Total 10 326 32.6 0 2 44 fake punt that Tim Keeton ran for 31 yards to the KWU-22. Haskell was lucky on the drive, getting a controversial pass interference call in the end FIELD GOALS Distance Chaffin 28 zone to give them first and goal at the KWU-2, and two plays later Ramos hit Victor DeMarco on a (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) fade play for the score. Chaffin then badly shanked LAWRENCE – Whatever was affecting the Kansas the extra point. Wesleyan Coyotes’ ability to hold onto the ball against Bethany was still making its rounds The Indians would take the 6-0 lead into the around the offense against Haskell. Five first half break. turnovers resulted in the Coyotes trailing 6-0 at the half, as the Coyotes had to rally and then hold Neither team got anything going in the third on for a 14-12 win over the Haskell Indian Nations quarter, until the Coyotes finally got the offense University Indians at Haskell Stadium. going. After a stalled Haskell drive, Alsobrook returned the punt 38 yards to the Haskell-21.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN OCTOBER 17, 2009 McPHERSON AT KANSAS WESLEYAN McPherson College Kansas Wesleyan

1 2 21 21 7 7

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs --Rushing --Passing --Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing --Passes Attempted --Passes Completed --Had Intercepted Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yards --Avg Gain Per Play Fumbles: No / Lost Penalties: No / Yds No of Punts / Yds --Avg Per Punt Punt Returns: No / Yds Kickoff Returns: No / Yds Int Returns: No / Yds Fumble Returns: No / Yds Misc. Yards Possession Time Third Down Conv Fourth Down Conv Sacks By: No / Yds

3 7 0

4 3 24

MCPH 13 5 8 0 33 157 38 119 263 42 21 1 75 382 5.1 4/1 12 / 110 8 / 370 46.3 3 / 44 3 / 169 3 / 21 0/8 0 27:48 8 of 20 0 of 1 4 / 26

TOT 52 38

KWU 21 6 11 4 34 181 32 149 314 50 21 3 84 463 5.5 1/1 10 / 53 10 / 410 41.0 3 / -10 9 / 182 1/0 0/0 0 32:12 5 of 18 1 of 2 1 / 13

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RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD 3 Lafitte 19 88 6 82 1 14 Mascarenas 1 35 0 35 0 12 Ozbun 1 29 0 29 0 24 Smith 4 5 1 4 0 0 TEAM 1 0 3 -3 0 32 German 3 0 5 -5 0 80 Skinner 1 0 7 -7 0 16 Snodgrass 3 0 16 -16 0 Total 33 157 38 119 1

Lg 26 35 29 4 0 0 0 0 35

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 14 Mascarenas 30 16 1 241 5 36 0 16 Snodgrass 6 4 0 15 0 11 1 12 Ozbun 4 1 0 7 0 7 0 15 Jones 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 42 21 1 263 5 36 1 RECEIVING 80 Skinner 2 Harrison 6 White 89 Duval 10 Middleton 22 Brown 87 Miller 17 Bohanon 23 Muor 88 McCall Total

No 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 21

Yds 66 60 42 40 24 6 11 9 7 -2 263

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

Lg 32 25 24 36 17 8 11 9 7 0 36

PUNTING 18 Eason 42 Coughman Total

No 6 2 8

COYOTE FOOTBALL Yds 299 71 370

Avg 49.8 35.5 46.3

TB 0 0 0

I20 2 0 2

Lg 57 45 57

FIELDS GOALS Distance Eason (44), 35 (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

KWU STATISTICS RUSHING 5 Webster 20 Winship Total

Att Gain Lost Net TD 12 104 26 78 0 22 77 6 71 1 34 181 32 149 1

Lg 64 14 64

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 5 Webster 50 21 3 314 4 56 4 Total 50 21 3 314 4 56 4 RECEIVING 15 Berry 7 Engelberg 8 Ham 84 Hall 82 Alsobrook 20 Winship 88 Thrush Total

No 5 5 3 3 3 1 1 21

PUNTING No 37 McKeon 10 Total 10

Yds 410 410

Yds 119 38 74 36 36 7 4 314 Avg 41.0 41.0

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

I20 5 5

Lg 56 28 31 23 20 7 4 56 Lg 51 51

FIELD GOALS Distance (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

streaking Corey Ham down the left sideline, but as Ham turned to run with the ball he lost control and the pass was incomplete. The Bulldogs made it 21-7 with four seconds left in the quarter when Mascarenas hit Andy Skinner from 25-yards out. The drive started out well for McPherson as Mascarenas turned a broken pass play into a 35-yard gain to the KWU-26, and three plays later the Bulldogs scored. McPherson scored on its first drive of the second quarter. After Wesleyan’s Scotty McKeon pinned the Bulldogs at their own 14 on the punt, Mascarenas converted a 3rd-and-6 pass to Skinner for 32 yards and two plays later hit David Duval for a 36-yard play to set-up first and goal at the KWU-7. After a KWU penalty moved the ball to the 3, Aaron Lafitte scored from there and Eason’s kick made it 28-7. Wesleyan answered back on its next drive. After two incompletions, Webster scrambled for ten yards and a first down. Two plays later, a face mask penalty against McPherson moved the ball to the MC-34. Webster then hit Berry at the 6 to set up first and goal. McPherson was called for pass interference on the next play, and Jake Winship then scored from two yards out on the ensuing play. McPherson was called for a personal foul for roughing the holder on the PAT, and McKeon was able to kick off from the 45. Instead of sending the ball out of the back of the endzone, McKeon popped up the kick and Stephen Harrison fielded the ball at the 3 and broke the return 67 yards, being tackled by McKeon at the KWU-30. Five plays later, McPherson was in the endzone again, this time a 7-yard Mascarenas pass to Joe Middleton to make it 35-14 in favor of the Bulldogs with 5:46 to go in the quarter.

Things looked good for the Coyotes at the start of Kansas Wesleyan’s tussle with No.16 ranked McPherson College on Saturday at Salina Stadium. Wesleyan went 68 yards on four plays and took a 7-0 lead with 13:13 to go in the first quarter. However, McPherson scored 28 unanswered After stalled drives by both teams, the turnover points en route to a 52-38 win over the Coyotes. bug came calling again, first for Wesleyan and After Wesleyan’s opening march, which was one then for McPherson. Webster’s pass on the first of the best drives of the season, capped by a play of Wesleyan’s drive with 3:20 to go before 29-yard pass from Doug Webster to Corey Ham, the half was picked off by Shelton Thigpen at the McPherson turned up the heat on the Coyotes. KWU-29, his second pick of the day. However, Wesleyan’s second drive ended the same way McPherson would give the ball right back to the that far too-many-a-drive have ended this season, Coyotes three plays later. Mascarenas tossed a with a turnover. Pinned deep in its own territory, ball to Austin Bohanon inside the KWU-10, but Wesleyan faced a third down play at the KWU-11 Corey Tate made a play on the ball and picked it and Webster’s pass for Anthony Berry bounced off at the KWU-4. off Berry’s hands and Jeff Paulson picked off the ball and returned it to the KWU-17. Two plays later, McPherson’s Shane Mascarenas found Joe Middleton on a 17-yard pass and score and Travis Eason’s kick tied it at 7-all with 8:54 left.

Wesleyan got nowhere on its drive and was forced to punt from the KWU-13. Harrison fielded the kick at the MC-49 and again nearly broke the return, with McKeon making the touchdown saving tackle at the KWU-14. The Bulldogs would McPherson took the lead for good on its next drive, only need one play to score as Mascarenas hit driving 63 yards in six plays for the score. The drive Harrison in the endzone to make it 42-14 after was aided by a 26-yard Aaron Lafitte on 3rd-and-1, Eason’s extra point. and the scoring play a 24-yard Mascarenas pass to McPherson would take the 42-14 lead into the Josh White. half. The Coyotes had a chance to tie the score on its next drive when Webster appeared to hit a McPherson didn’t even need to send its offense onto the field to score the first points of the third

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pass play to Hall on third down and then scored OCTOBER 24, 2009 two plays later when Webster hit Hall down the KANSAS WESLEYAN AT STERLING left sideline for the score. Wesleyan again went for 1 2 3 4 TOT two and Winship again converted to make it 52- Kansas Wesleyan 0 10 0 8 18 38. The onside kick was on again, but McPherson Sterling College 7 0 14 7 28 again recovered and then got great field position as a facemask was called on the play giving them TEAM STATISTICS KWU STER Neither team had any luck in the remainder of the ball at the KWU-25. First Downs 17 13 the third quarter, but the fireworks got going in --Rushing 4 5 the fourth. Wesleyan’s offense went crazy in the McPherson wasn’t content to take a knee and --Passing 10 5 final 15 minutes, racking up 267 yards of its 463 take the win, but Jake Snodgrass was tackled for --Penalty 3 3 total yards in the game and scored 24 points, a two-yard loss by Joe LaLone and then sacked on Rushing Attempts 40 42 mostly against McPherson’s second stringers, to the final play of the game by Patrick Shelton and Yards Gained Rushing 119 174 get within 14 for the final score of 52-38. Adrian Thomas. Yards Lost Rushing 21 40 Net Yards Rushing 98 134 After stalled drives for both teams to open the Wesleyan racked up 463 yards of total offense Net Yards Passing 255 82 quarter, Webster threw his third pick of the day in the game, easily a season high, eclipsing a --Passes Attempted 27 13 when Thigpen again made a play on a pass at 393 yard total on September 26 against Bethel. --Passes Completed 17 9 the KWU-26, and nearly returned it for six, but Webster led the Coyote rushing attack with 12 --Had Intercepted 2 0 stepped out of bounds at the 14. McPherson carries for 78 yards, while Winship added 22 Total Offensive Plays 67 55 actually lost four yards on its drive and then carries for 71 yards and a touchdown in addition Total Net Yards 353 216 Eason came on and missed a 35-yard field goal. to converting the three PATs in the fourth quarter. --Avg Gain Per Play 5.3 3.9 Webster was 21-of-50 passing for 314 yards, only Fumbles: No / Lost 1/1 3/2 Wesleyan only needed three plays to go the 80 the third time in KWU history a quarterback has Penalties: No / Yds 5 / 57 5 / 27 yards for its first score of the quarter. Webster thrown for over 300 yards in a game, behind Ty No of Punts / Yds 4 / 142 5 / 198 gained 64 of it himself on a designed keeper Lohman’s 338 yards in 1993 and Billy Evans’ 333 --Avg Per Punt 35.5 39.6 play down the McPherson’s 16. Two plays later, yards in 1980. Berry led the KWU receivers with Punt Returns: No / Yds 1/7 2/3 Webster hit Anthony Berry for the score and Jake five catches for 119 yards and two touchdowns. Kickoff Returns: No / Yds 5 / 69 4 / 42 Winship blasted through the line for the two- Engelberg added five catches for 38 yards, while Int Returns: No / Yds 0/0 2 / 16 point PAT to make it 49-22 with nine minutes Ham had three catches for 74 yards and a score, Fumble Returns: No / Yds 0/0 1 / -1 left. Wesleyan went for the onside kick, but and Hall and Alsobrook each had three catches for Misc Yards 0 75 McPherson recovered at the Wesleyan 45. Four 36 yards, with Hall adding a touchdown. Ham also Possession Time 30:13 29:47 plays later, McPherson gave the ball back to the added six kick returns for 145 yards. Third Down Conv 7 of 16 5 of 12 Coyotes when Cory Miller fumbled after catching Fourth Down Conv 2 of 2 1 of 1 a pass from Jake Snodgrass at the KWU 30. McPherson had 382 yards of total offense on the Sacks By: No / Yds 1 / 13 2 / 12 day. Lafitte led the Bulldog rushing attack, carrying The Coyotes turned the ball right back over two 19 times for 82 yards and a score, while Mascarenas plays later. After an illegal motion penalty gave had one run for 35 yards and Ozbun had a 29-yard KWU STATISTICS Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg KWU 1st and 15 at their own 25, Webster found run. Mascarenas led the McPherson quarterback RUSHING 20 Winship 19 49 6 43 0 9 Berry for a 56-yard play down to the MC-19. The brigade, going 16-of-30 for 241 yards and five 15 48 15 33 1 9 next play was a wild one. Webster completed a touchdowns, against only one interception. 5 Webster 3 11 0 11 1 8 pass to Will Hall, who then was stripped at the Snodgrass was 4-of-6 for 15 yards, Ozbun was 23 Cooper 8 Ham 1 8 0 8 0 8 MC-16 by Ronnie Miller who picked up the ball 1-for-4 for seven yards, and Blake Jones was 0-for-2. 2 3 0 3 0 3 and returned it to the MC-40, where he fumbled Ten different McPherson players caught passes in 33 Burch 40 119 21 98 2 9 and Thigpen picked up the ball and went down the game, led by Skinner with four catches for 66 Total at the McPherson 48. yards and a score. Harrison also had four catches for 60 yards and a score. White had three catches PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 17 2 255 0 52 2 A 29-yard run on a scramble by quarterback for 42 yards and a score. Duval had two catches for 5 Webster 27 27 17 2 255 0 52 2 Chase Ozbun gave McPherson first down at the 40 yards; Middleton added two for 24 yards, both Total KWU-26, but the drive would stall there, and scores; John David Brown had two catches for six No Yds TD Lg Eason would come on and hit a 44-yard field goal yards and four others each had one catch. Eason RECEIVING 7 133 0 52 with 4:29 left to make it 52-22. had a great day punting, averaging 49.8 yards per 7 Engelberg 8 Ham 3 62 0 51 punt on six punts, including a 57-yarder. Harrison 3 14 0 6 Wesleyan wasn’t done yet, marching downfield had two punt returns for 37 yards and added two 15 Berry 84 Hall 1 19 0 19 on the arm of Webster, capping a nine-play, 53- kick returns for 147 yards. 82 Alsobrook 1 13 0 13 yard drive with a 14-yard pass from Webster to 88 Thrush 1 9 0 9 Berry and Winship’s PAT run made it 52-30 with 20 Winship 1 5 0 5 2:18 left in the game. The Coyotes again tried Total 17 255 0 52 an onside kick but McPherson recovered at the Wesleyan 47. PUNTING No Yds Avg TB I20 Lg 37 McKeon 4 142 35.5 0 1 41 The Bulldogs got nowhere on their drive and Total 4 142 35.5 0 1 41 the Coyotes took over again at their own 23 after Teddy Coughman’s punt was fair caught by FIELD GOALS Distance Alsobrook. Webster hit Jason Engelberg for a 28McKeon 29, 30, (40) yard catch and run on the first play of the drive. (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) The Coyotes kept the drive alive with a 10-yard quarter. Harrison took McKeon’s kickoff at the 20 and went flying up the middle, made a couple cuts and broke the return down the McPherson sideline for an 80-yard return and score and Eason’s kick made it 49-14 with 14:48 to go in the third quarter.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN STERLING STATISTICS RUSHING 7 Colquitt 6 Garcia 32 Wray IV 2 Frank 0 TEAM 5 Burbank Total

Att Gain Lost Net TD 18 61 13 48 2 9 52 5 47 1 7 31 0 31 0 1 29 0 29 0 2 0 3 -3 0 5 1 19 -18 0 42 174 40 134 3

Lg 19 27 10 29 0 1 29

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 5 Burbank 10 8 0 56 0 21 1 6 Garcia 3 1 0 26 0 26 0 Total 13 9 0 82 0 26 1 RECEIVING 7 Colquitt 6 Garcia 25 McEachern 1 Dunbar Total

No 3 3 2 1 9

PUNTING No 16 Wheeler 5 Total 5

Yds 198 198

Yds 34 31 9 8 82 Avg 39.6 39.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 TB 1 1

I20 1 1

Lg 26 21 6 8 26 Lg 48 48

FIELD GOALS Distance (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.)

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the lead for good, 14-10, with 9:55 left in the difference," Dallas said of Garcia. "We didn't tackle period. him very well sometimes." "We had a chip shot field goal we should have drilled down the middle," Dallas said of the potential 10-point swing. "We (fumble) on a kickoff return we should have covered up, and we get a field goal blocked. Those are concentration issues." Sterling coach Andy Lambert viewed the play as pivotal.

Wesleyan quarterback Doug Webster was 17 of 27 passing for 255 yards and two interceptions. He also ran for 33 yards on 15 carries. Wide receiver Jason Engelberg caught seven passes for 133 yards. Wesleyan played without starting strong safety Richie Raught, who was suspended for the game.

"The turning point was the field goal block and Rashard Colquitt led Sterling with 48 yards return for a touchdown," he said. "Our offense had rushing on 18 carries and two touchdowns. stalled, and we just weren't very good. STORY BY BOB DAVIDSON, SALINA JOURNAL "It's that cliche, there's six plays every game that can turn it, but you never know which six it's going to be. A field goal in the third quarter -- we want to play that as hard or harder than the other team. Sometimes we do, sometimes we don't, but it was great to get that play." Penalties then became the bugaboo for Wesleyan. A pass interference flag on a third down play gave Sterling at first down at the KWU 2 and the Warriors scored two plays later, making it 21-10 with 5:30 left in the third quarter.

STERLING -- Kansas Wesleyan coach Dave Dallas didn't attempt to hide his displeasure. The Coyotes pulled within three, 21-18, on Rodney Cooper's 2-yard run and his two-point conversion "We've got to be better than that," Dallas said run with 11:33 left in the game. Cooper was following the Coyotes' 28-18 Kansas Conference subbing for starting tailback Jake Winship, who loss to Sterling before a large homecoming left the game after suffering a concussion early in crowd at Smisor Stadium. the third quarter. He had 43 yards rushing on 19 carries. Wesleyan (4-3 overall, 3-3 KCAC) rolled up 353 yards total offense to Sterling's 216 but turnovers, Sterling (4-3, 3-3) drove in for what proved to be penalties and poor special teams play turned the the clinching touchdown on its next possession. A tide. personal foul on Wesleyan on a fourth-down play gave the Warriors a first down at the KWU 26, and The Coyotes had three turnovers and were they scored five plays later, making it 28-18 with whistled for five penalties -- two costly ones on 6:02 left. defense that directly led to Sterling touchdowns. Special teams mistakes, though, were by far the "It's a matter of making sure we're doing the right biggest culprit. things in our preparation and applying that on the field," Dallas said. "It's not that we don't work Corey Ham fumbled the opening kickoff, Sterling hard every day because we do. We go out and do recovered and scored four plays later to take things right on the practice field, but we've got to a 7-0 lead just 2 minutes, 6 seconds into the execute on the football field." game. Trailing 28-18 with 2:47 left in the contest, placekicker Scott McKeon's 29-yard field goal Lambert switched quarterbacks early in the third attempt hit the left upright and was the Coyotes' quarter, replacing starter Keoki Burbank with last gasp. wingback Joey Garcia. Garcia scored the Warriors' third touchdown and directed them on their But the biggest faux pas came early in the third scoring drive in the fourth quarter. He finished quarter and ultimately was Wesleyan's undoing. with 47 yards rushing and completed one pass for Leading 10-7 early in the third quarter, Weselyan 26 yards. drove to the Sterling 8-yard line. A motion penalty moved the ball back 5 yards and on fourth down, "Joey came in and did a really nice job," Lambert McKeon lined up for 30-yard goal attempt. said. "Our players just keep playing and don't get too disturbed about stuff. It's a tribute to them for Sterling's Quinten Burgess broke through the persevering. line, blocked the kick and teammate Renard Bell scooped up the loose ball at the 25 and sprinted "He came in and gave them a little spark and 75 yards for a touchdown that gave the Warriors did a good job, but I don't know that he made a

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1 Kansas Wesleyan 0 Ottawa University 7 TEAM STATISTICS First Downs --Rushing --Passing --Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing --Passes Attempted --Passes Completed --Had Intercepted Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yards --Avg Gain Per Play Fumbles: No / Lost Penalties: No / Yds No of Punts / Yds --Avg Per Punt Punt Returns: No / Yds Kickoff Returns: No / Yds Int Returns: No / Yds Fumble Returns: No / Yds Misc Yards Possession Time Third Down Conv Fourth Down Conv Sacks By: No / Yds

2 3 4 TOT 3 0 7 10 14 7 14 42 KWU OTT 19 23 3 1 10 13 6 9 33 28 53 83 64 44 -11 39 212 391 42 41 22 23 0 1 75 69 201 430 2.7 6.2 1/0 2/2 16 / 155 12 / 112 12 / 437 5 / 186 36.4 37.2 1 / -3 5 / 44 6 / 88 3 / 38 1/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0 0 29:57 31:15 3 of 17 5 of 14 1 of 2 1 of 1 3 / 30 11 / 52

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KANSAS WESLEYAN KWU STATISTICS RUSHING 23 Cooper 20 Winship 0 TEAM 5 Webster Total

Att Gain Lost Net TD 5 10 3 7 0 10 14 8 6 0 1 0 1 -1 0 17 29 52 -23 0 33 53 64 -11 0

Lg 4 5 0 8 8

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 5 Webster 42 22 0 212 1 25 11 Total 42 22 0 212 1 25 11 RECEIVING 15 Berry 8 Ham 82 Alsobrook 7 Engelberg 84 Hall 88 Thrush Total

No 7 4 4 3 2 2 22

PUNTING No 37 McKeon 11 35 Mulford 1 Total 12

Yds 403 34 437

Yds 56 61 30 11 36 18 212 Avg 36.6 34.0 36.4

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 TB 1 0 1

I20 1 0 1

Lg 16 25 19 10 23 10 25 Lg 51 34 51

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The loss was the fourth loss in five games for Wesleyan's only touchdown drive started early Wesleyan (4-4, 3-4) and fourth straight KCAC in the fourth quarter. The Coyotes marched 71 setback. yards in 13 plays, picking up a key fourth down and two of their three third down conversions. "Their defense took our run game away," Coyote Corey Ham caught an 11-yard touchdown pass coach David Dallas said. to close the Coyotes within 28-10 with 9:23 left. Wesleyan running back Jake Winship was held to 6 yards rushing on 10 attempts. Dallas said Winship Ottawa struck quickly with a three-play drive and was not at 100 percent after suffering a concussion scored on its next possession. last week against Sterling. BY GREG MAST, SPECIAL TO SALINA JOURNAL The Coyotes turned to the passing game. Quarterback Doug Webster was 22 of 42 for 212 yards and a touchdown. "We had to play catchup," Dallas said about the increase in pass plays. That played into the Braves' hands as their defense sacked Webster 11 times, a school record. Linebacker Josh Hojje led the charge with 11 tackles, including 2 1/2 sacks. Jamison Shaw and Casey Calhoun had two sacks apiece.

Webster was 22 of 42 passing for 212 yards and no FIELD GOALS Distance interceptions but Wesleyan converted just three McKeon (36) of 17 third down opportunities. (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) The Coyotes did not have a turnover but were OTTAWA STATISTICS flagged 16 times for 155 yards, which Dallas said RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg threw the offense's rhythm off. Ottawa had 12 1 Otto 19 62 5 57 0 8 penalties for 112 yards. NOVEMBER 7, 2009 32 Baer 3 20 0 20 1 14 FRIENDS AT KANSAS WESLEYAN 0 TEAM 1 0 1 -1 0 0 The Wesleyan defense did keep Ottawa's offense, 1 2 3 4 TOT 4 Haller 5 1 38 -37 0 1 which came into the game as the tops in the NAIA Friends University 0 0 16 6 22 Total 28 83 44 39 1 14 at 545 yards per game, from running up and down Kansas Wesleyan 0 3 0 7 10 the field. Ottawa finished with 430 total yards but TEAM STATISTICS FRND KWU PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk just 39 yards rushing. First Downs 14 9 4 Haller 41 23 1 391 5 75 3 --Rushing 7 2 Total 41 23 1 391 5 75 3 Ottawa senior quarterback Ethan Haller was 23 of --Passing 3 4 41 and a interception for 391 yards. --Penalty 4 3 RECEIVING No Yds TD Lg 43 37 9 Schultz 8 221 2 75 "Haller is a good quarterback," Dallas said. "That is Rushing Attempts 259 82 7 Anderson 5 42 1 19 a good football team. That is where we want to be Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing 10 54 1 Otto 4 27 0 15 at the same time next year. Net Yards Rushing 249 28 85 Burnett 3 81 2 51 56 74 80 Schultz 3 20 0 11 "We are getting better as a football team. We are Net Yards Passing --Passes Attempted 24 23 Total 23 391 5 75 not that far off." --Passes Completed 9 8 --Had Intercepted 4 2 PUNTING No Yds Avg TB I20 Lg Ottawa (8-0 overall, 7-0 KCAC) used big plays in 67 60 18 Cebold 5 186 37.2 0 1 38 the passing game for most of its scores. Corey Total Offensive Plays 305 102 Total 5 186 37.2 0 1 38 Schultz caught a 75-yard touchdown pass, a 49- Total Net Yards --Avg Gain Per Play 4.6 1.7 yard touchdown strike and had a 52-yard catch to 1/0 3/0 FIELD GOALS Distance lead to another score. He finished with 221 yards Fumbles: No / Lost Penalties: No / Yds 9 / 70 11 / 90 Hall 41 on eight receptions. Number of Punts / Yds 5 / 192 8 / 300 (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) --Avg Per Punt 38.4 37.5 Taylor Burnett caught a 51-yard touchdown pass. OTTAWA -- Kansas Wesleyan's rushing attack was Punt Returns: No / Yds 2/2 2 / 19 stymied by the Ottawa defense at Peoples Bank 3 / 111 4 / 81 The Coyotes stayed close early. Scotty McKeon's Kickoff Returns: No / Yds Field. 2 / 45 4 / 61 36-yard field goal cut Ottawa's lead to 7-3 with Int. Returns: No / Yds Fumble Returns: No / Yds 0/0 0/0 11:41 left in the fi rst half. Ottawa answered with The Coyotes were held to minus-11 yards on the Misc. Yards 0 0 ground and 201 total yards in a 42-10 Kansas two touchdowns to take a 21-3 halftime lead. Possession Time 32:14 27:46 Conference loss to unbeaten and No. 7 Ottawa. Third Down Conv 4 of 17 3 of 16 The Braves also had 11 quarterback sacks on the The Braves scored their third unanswered score to Fourth Down Conv 1 of 4 0 of 3 take a 28-3 lead with 5:14 left in the third. day. Sacks By: No / Yds 6 / 34 2/3

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RUSHING Att Gain Lost Net TD 22 Miles 9 126 0 126 1 29 Goerzen 1 45 0 45 0 13 Rozzell 13 47 5 42 1 20 Bolander 8 24 0 24 0 33 Benning 3 7 0 7 0 7 Trotter 4 7 0 7 0 35 Johnson 1 1 0 1 0 39 Greenbaum 1 1 0 1 0 5 Craddock 1 1 0 1 0 0 TEAM 1 0 2 -2 0 2 Pierce 1 0 3 -3 0 Total 43 259 10 249 2

Lg 81 45 16 8 4 5 1 1 1 0 0 81

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 13 Rozzell 23 9 4 56 0 16 2 33 Benning 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 24 9 4 56 0 16 2 RECEIVING 83 Hyde 3 Sell 80 Franklin 20 Bolander 82 O’Nelio 11 Hamilton Total

No 3 2 1 1 1 1 9

Yds 19 14 9 5 5 4 56

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 14 16 9 5 5 4 16

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Kansas Wesleyan was held to just 102 yards of total offense, while giving up 305 as the No.14 ranked Friends Falcons beat the Coyotes 22-10 at Salina Stadium.

defense then stepped up as Quinn Cunningham picked off Webster and returned it 45 yards for a touchdown, but the PAT was blocked by Gary Hemmy, making it 16-3 Friends.

The Coyotes nearly gave the ball to the Falcons on the opening kickoff, as Richard Raught fumbled the return, but Hudson Stancliff was there to make the recovery at the 38, where the Coyotes started. Wesleyan’s drive would stall, but the KWU defense would come up huge on its first series as Raught would pick off a Tim Rozzell pass at the KWU-28.

The Coyote defense stepped up again at the start of the fourth. Jacob Brackens would pick off a Rozzell pass at the Friends-36 and nearly take it to the house, being tackled by Jeran Trotter at the Friends-7. It only took one play from there as Jake Winship scored around the left side and the PAT made it 16-10 with 14:35 to go in the quarter.

Wesleyan’s offense was unable to move the ball, and punted away back to the Falcons. However, neither team could get anything going throughout the opening quarter and both would remain scoreless through the first.

Neither team had much success moving the ball until late in the game. After Wesleyan’s defense came up huge again, stopping the Falcons on a fourth-and-two at the KWU-48 with 3:06 to go, the Coyotes would string together a set of plays that baffled everyone in the stands. Needing to eat up yards quickly, instead the Coyotes ran a one-yard carry to Winship up the middle, and then a counter play to Winship that resulted in a five-yard loss. Webster then tried to hook up with Winship over the middle, but skipped the pass off the turf, and then on fourth-and-13, Webster was flushed out of the pocket and was forced to throw the ball deep. Unfortunately, Cunningham was there and made the interception at the Friends-10.

Wesleyan (4-5, 3-5 KCAC) finally got things going on its second drive of the second quarter. Fueled by a 23-yard scramble by quarterback Doug Webster on third down, the Coyotes would march down to the Friends-26, where the drive would stall, but Scotty McKeon would come on and nail a 42-yard field goal to cap the 12-play, 54 yard drive that ate up over five minutes of time.

Things nearly turned sour on the ensuing kickoff, as Frank Miles fielded the kick at the 22 and broke through the left side into the open field, and was off to the races. The Coyotes finally caught up with Miles, who would eventually step out of bounds FIELD GOALS Distance after a 76-yard return. Wesleyan’s defense did not Johnson (39) bow down, holding the Falcons out of the end zone on three straight plays and then on fourth (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) down Ken Mitchell would pick off a pass in the end zone and return it out to the KWU-22. KWU STATISTICS PUNTING No 35 Johnson 5 Total 5

RUSHING 20 Winship 30 Eggleston 5 Webster 19 Giesen 0 TEAM Total

Yds 192 192

Avg 38.4 38.4

TB 1 1

I20 1 1

Att Gain Lost Net TD 21 44 13 31 1 1 1 0 1 0 12 37 36 1 0 1 0 1 -1 0 2 0 4 -4 0 37 82 54 28 1

Lg 58 58

Lg 7 1 23 0 0 23

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 5 Webster 23 8 2 74 0 20 6 Total 23 8 2 74 0 20 6 RECEIVING 15 Berry 84 Hall 39 Giffin 86 Brooks Total

No 4 2 1 1 8

PUNTING No 37 McKeon 8 Total 8

Yds 300 300

Yds 54 11 10 -1 74

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 20 8 10 0 20

With all the momentum, the Coyotes could do nothing on their drive and gave the ball back to the Falcons. A pass interference call on first down got Friends into KWU territory. The Falcons would march down to the KWU-21 and faced a third and five from there, but Raught and the Coyote defense would step up again as Raught picked off his second pass of the game at the KWU-1, and returned it out the 11, where Webster would take a knee to send the game into the half with the Coyotes up 3-0. Friends (8-1, 7-1 KCAC) opened the third quarter at midfield, and would march downfield to the KWU31, where the drive appeared to stall. However, Wesleyan was called for defensive holding on a fourth down run by Quentin Benning and the Falcon drive would stay alive. Three plays later, Rozzell would score on a keeper from nine yards out, giving Friends a 7-3 lead with 10:20 to go in the third.

The Falcons only needed three plays to find paydirt again and seal the win. Faced with a third and one at the 19, Miles took the handoff and blasted through the line into the open field and went 81 yards for the score. Raught would block the PAT, but in just 24 seconds, the whole momentum swung back into the favor of Friends. The Coyotes got the ball back at their own 40 with 1:24 left, but they could not move the ball again. After picking up eight yards on first down, Webster’s pass to Berry was dropped, and on third down Webster was sacked for the sixth time on the day by Dexter Davis and forced with a fourthand-three at their own 47, Wesleyan handed off to Winship, who was stuffed for no gain by Blake Gordon. A kneeldown was all the Falcons needed to run out the clock and pick up the 22-10 win. Wesleyan had just 28 yards rushing on 37 attempts, led by Winship with 21 carries for 31 yards and a score. Webster was 8-of-23 for 74 yards with two interceptions. Berry led the Coyote receivers with four grabs for 54 yards.

Ten different players carried the ball for Friends, lead by Miles with nine carries for 126 yards and a score. Rozzell would add 13 carries for 42 yards and the other score. Rozzell was 9-of-23 passing for only 56 yards, and was picked off four times. After another stalled Wesleyan drive, Friends got Mike Hyde was Friends’ top receiver with three FIELD GOALS Distance things rolling off ensively. Sparked by a 45-yard catches for 19 yards. McKeon (42) Brett Goerzen run on its next drive, Friends marched (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) downfield and would cap a nine-play, 62-yard drive with a 39-yard Drew Johnson field goal that made it 10-3 with 3:45 to go in the quarter. Friends’ Avg 37.5 37.5

TB 0 0

I20 4 4

Lg 46 46

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KWU STATISTICS NOVEMBER 14, 2009 Att Gain Lost Net TD Lg SOUTHWESTERN AT KANSAS WESLEYAN RUSHING Southwestern College Kansas Wesleyan TEAM STATISTICS First Downs --Rushing --Passing --Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing --Passes Attempted --Passes Completed --Had Intercepted Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yards --Avg Gain Per Play Fumbles: No / Lost Penalties: No / Yds No of Punts / Yds --Avg Per Punt Punt Returns: No / Yds Kickoff Returns: No / Yds Int Returns: No / Yds Fumble Returns: No / Yds Misc. Yards Possession Time Third Down Conv. Fourth Down Conv. Sacks By: No / Yds

1 0 0

2 0 13

3 0 6

4 TOT 0 0 14 33

SWC 7 3 3 1 30 92 58 34 112 26 10 1 56 146 2.6 3/1 9 / 67 8 / 355 44.4 2/2 5 / 76 0/0 0/0 0 27:27 1 of 13 0 of 4 2 / 15

KWU 21 7 12 2 41 146 34 112 300 37 20 0 78 412 5.3 1/1 7 / 69 7 / 239 34.1 5 / -4 1 / 14 1/0 0/0 0 32:33 8 of 19 3 of 4 5 / 40

SOUTHWESTERN STATISTICS RUSHING 5 Myers 30 Evans 16 Barrett 2 Smith 14 VenJohn Total

Att Gain Lost Net TD 9 28 5 23 0 9 18 8 10 0 10 45 41 4 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 4 -4 0 30 92 58 34 0

Lg 7 7 21 1 0 21

PASSING Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Sk 16 Barrett 24 9 1 104 0 42 4 14 VenJohn 1 1 0 8 0 8 1 49 Lampert 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 26 10 1 112 0 42 5 RECEIVING 6 Schaefer 82 Pataki 44 Hilker 42 Hutchins 85 Fowler 84 Johnson 30 Evans Total

No 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 10

PUNTING No 26 Tria 8 Total 8

Yds 355 355

Yds 82 13 8 6 4 0 -1 112 Avg 44.4 44.4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TB 0 0

I20 4 4

Lg 42 7 8 6 4 0 0 42 Lg 76 76

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16 5 5 4 4 2 2 1 2 41

54 28 30 17 7 6 4 0 0 146

1 2 8 7 0 0 0 0 16 34

PASSING Att Cmp Int 9 Uhland 12 7 0 5 Webster 22 10 0 39 Giffin 1 1 0 12 Marquez 2 2 0 Total 37 20 0 RECEIVING 8 Ham 15 Berry 16 Miller 7 Engelberg 82 Alsobrook 44 Reynolds 84 Hall 19 Giesen 88 Thrush 85 Panke Total

No 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 20

PUNTING No 37 McKeon 7 Total 7

Yds 239 239

53 26 22 10 7 6 4 0 -16 112

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

11 20 14 9 3 5 2 0 0 20

Yds TD Lg Sk 135 1 41 1 109 2 25 0 34 1 34 0 22 0 13 1 300 4 41 2

Yds 93 69 34 14 5 34 32 13 3 3 300 Avg 34.1 34.1

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

I20 1 1

Lg 41 28 17 9 4 34 32 13 3 3 41 Lg 45 45

FIELD GOALS Distance (Field Goals Made are in parenthesis.) Coming off of four straight losses, it was time for a win for the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes. What a win it was! The Coyotes held Southwestern to 142 yards of total offense while blanking the Moundbuilders 33-0 at Salina Stadium.

loss, setting up fourth and 35 at the SWC-40. Wesleyan was pinned deep after Troy Alsobrook was driven backward on the punt return for a 14-yard loss, setting up the Coyotes at their own-5. The Coyotes moved the ball out to their own 46 where the drive stalled. After the punt, the Coyotes got the ball back two plays later when Charles Starling stripped Lance Evans and TJ DiPrima recovered at the SWC-27. The Coyotes got nowhere; ending up at the SWC-36 after a bad snap forced a loss of 12 yards on third down. Southwestern did nothing on its next drive until punter Matt Tria launched a 76-yard punt to pin the Coyotes deep. Wesleyan finally got things going on its drive that crossed over into the second quarter. After being pinned at their own 9, Fielding Uhland ran for four yards and then hit Corey Ham for a 41-yard pass play to move the Coyotes out to the SWC-46. The Coyotes used a mix of passing and running to march down the field and finally cap the nine play, 91-yard drive with a 12-yard Uhland run and McKeon’s kick made it 7-0 Coyotes with 12:45 left in the first half. Later in the second, the Coyotes appeared to hold Southwestern and forced a punt, but Alsobrook muffed the return and Ted Shinneman recovered for Southwestern giving them the ball at the KWU-40. However, the ‘Builders got no further than the KWU-37 and the Coyotes got the ball back on downs. Wesleyan (5-5, 4-5) made it 13-0 just before the half, capping a seven-play, 47 yard drive with a 14-yard pass from Webster to Ham. The Coyotes would miss the extra point, but a penalty on Southwestern gave Wesleyan a second try, but the exchange between holder Tanner Giffin and McKeon on the fake kick try was bad and the PAT was no good.

The win also ended the collegiate careers of 12 Southwestern drove to the KWU-32 on the KWU seniors on a good note. opening drive of the second half, but facing a fourth and 14 there, the ‘Builders only got six Neither team got anything going in the first half. yards on the final play giving the ball back to The Coyotes took possession first, but the opening the Coyotes. drive only lasted 29 seconds as Doug Webster threw three straight incompletions and the drive Back came the Coyotes, marching 74 yards in ended on Scotty McKeon’s punt. seven plays, capping the scoring drive with a 28-yard pass from Uhland to Anthony Berry that Southwestern ate up a huge chunk of yardage on made it 19-0 Coyotes after the PAT run by Jake its first play from scrimmage as Jordan Barrett hit Winship was no good. a wide open Jeff Schaefer for 42 yards to the KWU 35. However, that was the end of Southwestern’s Southwestern got the ball at its own 20 after good look at a scoring chance. The ‘Builders only McKeon snuck the kickoff just inside the pylon got one more yard before they headed backwards, into the endzone for a touchback, and would quickly. A holding penalty on second down moved move out to the KWU-47, but Shelton stepped Southwestern back to the 44, and they followed up again and sacked Barrett for a nine-yard loss. that with a false start penalty back to the 49. After Tria would step up on the punt, pinning the a dropped pass by Schaefer, Patrick Shelton broke Coyotes inside their own 1, and things were through the line and recorded the first of his 3.5 made worse as the Coyotes were called for sacks on the day, dropping Barrett for an 11 yard holding during the return.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN With only a couple blades of the synthetic turf between the ball and Wesleyan’s own goal line, the Coyotes got a break on second down with a pass interference call that moved the ball out to the 16. Two plays later, Uhland would hit Will Hall for a 32 yard play to the SWC-44. Tyndan Marquez would then make his varsity collegiate debut, running for six yards on the next play. After a penalty on the Coyotes, Marquez would close the third quarter with a nine-yard pass to Jason Engelberg. Marquez then opened the fourth with a pass to Brett Giesen for 13 yards, and the Coyotes would get as close as the SWC27, where Marquez was sacked back to the 34. Facing a fourth and 13, Wesleyan lined up for what would have been a 51-yard McKeon field goal into the wind, but instead Giffin would pop up with the ball and roll out in a play that very much resembled the go ahead touchdown pass against Haskell, lofted a ball up for Daniel Reynolds, who made the catch at about the 20 and finished the play with a run into the endzone for the score. Wesleyan’s drive was more than impressive, covering the maximum possible 99 yards in 12 plays and ate up just over six minutes of clock time. Southwestern (3-7, 3-6) drove down to the KWU23, but Shelton made another sack of Barrett on third down, and the ‘Builders were forced to go for it at the 32 on fourth down. Barrett tossed a ball over the middle that was picked off by Anthony Luna in the endzone for the Coyotes. The Coyotes began another long drive, mixing up the pass and the run well to march down and cap the 11-play, 80-yard drive with a seven-yard pass from Webster to Aaron Miller. McKeon’s kick made it 33-0 Coyotes with 3:50 to go. Winship led the Coyote rushing attack, carrying 16 times for 53 yards. Giesen added five carries for 26, and Uhland had five runs for 22 yards, including one touchdown. Four different players had passes for the Coyotes on the day. Uhland was 7-for-12 for 135 yards and a touchdown, Webster was 10-for-22 for 109 yards and two scores, Giffin was 1-for-1 for 34 yards and a score on the fake field goal play, and Marquez was 2-for-2 for 22 yards. Ham led the Coyote receivers with five catches for 93 yards, while Berry had three grabs for 69 yards and Miller had three catches for 34 yards. Wesleyan racked up 412 yards of total offense, including 300 yards passing.

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2009 KWU SINGLE GAME SUPERLATIVES

TOTAL OFFENSE ........................... 392 ..........Doug Webster .............. vs McPherson College .......... 10/17/09

RUSHING YARDS ........................... 150 ..........Jake Winship ................ at Haskell Indian Nations ..... 10/10/09 RUSHING ATTEMPTS .....................31 ...........Jake Winship ................ at Bethel College ..................... 09/26/09 RUSHING TDs.....................................2.............Doug Webster .............. vs Tabor College ...................... 09/12/09 2.............Jake Winship ................ vs Tabor College ...................... 09/12/09 LONGEST RUSH ...............................64 ...........Doug Webster .............. vs McPherson College ........... 10/17/09 PASSING YARDS ............................ 314 ..........Doug Webster .............. vs McPherson College ........... 10/17/09 PASSING ATTEMPTS ......................50 ...........Doug Webster .............. vs McPherson College ........... 10/17/09 PASSING TDs ......................................4.............Doug Webster .............. vs McPherson College ........... 10/17/09 LONGEST PASS .................................56 ...........Doug Webster .............. vs McPherson College ........... 10/17/09 PASSES COMPLETED .....................22 ...........Doug Webster .............. at Ottawa University .............. 10/31/09 HAD INTERCEPTED .........................3.............Doug Webster .............. vs Bethany College ................. 10/03/09 3.............Doug Webster .............. vs McPherson College ........... 10/17/09 RECEIVING YARDS ........................ 133 ..........Jason Engelberg ......... at Sterling College .................. 10/24/09 RECEPTIONS ......................................8.............Corey Ham .................... at Bethel College ..................... 09/26/09 RECEIVING TDs .................................2.............Corey Ham .................... vs Bethany College ................. 10/03/09 2.............Anthony Berry ............. vs McPherson College ........... 10/17/09 LONGEST RECEPTION ...................56 ...........Anthony Berry ............. vs McPherson College ........... 10/17/09 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS ................3.............Scotty McKeon ............ at Bethel College ..................... 09/26/09 3.............Scotty McKeon ............ at Sterling College .................. 10/24/09 FIELD GOALS MADE .......................2.............Scotty McKeon ............ at Bethel College ..................... 09/26/09 LONGEST FG ATTEMPTED...........47 ...........Scotty McKeon ............ vs Bethany College ................. 10/03/09 LONGEST FG MADE........................42 ...........Scotty .............................. vs Friends University .............. 11/07/09 PAT KICK ATTEMPTS .......................5.............Scotty McKeon ............ vs Tabor College ...................... 09/12/09 PAT KICKS MADE ..............................5.............Scotty McKeon ............ vs Tabor College ...................... 09/12/09 PAT % ................................................. 100 ..........Scotty McKeon ...............Several times vs Several Opponents PUNTS ..................................................11 ...........Scotty McKeon ............ at Ottawa University .............. 10/31/09 LONGEST PUNT ...............................62 ...........Scotty McKeon ............ at Haskell Indian Nations ..... 10/10/09 PUNT RETURNS ................................5.............Troy Alsobrook ............ vs Bethany College ................. 10/03/09 5.............Troy Alsobrook ............ at Haskell Indian Nations ..... 10/10/09 PUNT RETURN YARDS ...................87 ...........Troy Alsobrook ............ vs Tabor College ...................... 09/12/09 LONGEST PUNT RETURN .............43 ...........Troy Alsobrook ............ vs Tabor College ...................... 09/12/09 KICK RETURNS ..................................6.............Corey Ham .................... vs McPherson College ........... 10/17/09 KICK RETURN YARDS................... 145 ..........Corey Ham .................... vs McPherson College ........... 10/17/09 LONGEST KICK RETURN ...............63 ...........Corey Tate...................... vs Tabor College ...................... 09/12/09 INTERCEPTIONS ...............................2.............Richard Raught............ vs Friends University .............. 11/07/09 INT RETURN YDS .............................29 ...........Jacob Brackens ............ vs Friends University .............. 11/07/09 LONGEST INT RETURN..................29 ...........Jacob Brackens ............ vs Friends University .............. 11/07/09 TACKLES ..............................................15 ...........Adrian Thomas ............ at Ottawa University .............. 10/31/09 SACKS ....................................................4.............Patrick Shelton ............ vs Southwestern College ..... 11/14/09 TACKLES FOR LOSS .........................6.............Patrick Shelton ............ vs Southwestern College ..... 11/14/09

Southwestern only managed 34 yards of rushing, led by Cass Myers with nine runs for 23 yards. Barrett was 9-for-24 for 104 yards and one interception. Schaefer had three catches for 82 yards to lead Southwestern’s receivers.

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF KANSAS WESLEYAN FOOTBALL 1893 - 2009 Kansas Wesleyan University celebrates its 116th year of football this season. Kansas FOOTBALL HISTORY QUICK FACTS Wesleyan’s football history is a storied one, one of great coaches, great players, and great First Year of Football ................................................................1893 teams. Seasons Played ............................................................................ 101 Overall Record ...................................................405-438-39 (.480) It all began in 1893, as the “Wesleyans” as they were known back then, took to the field KCAC Record ......................................................288-278-22 (.508) experimenting with one of the newest intercollegiate sports sweeping the nation, football. KCAC Championships .......................................13 (Last in 2002) Kansas Wesleyan played its first ever game against the high school team from Abilene on November 6, 1893. KWU was victorious 14-2. The November 7, 1893, edition of the Salina Bowl Appearances ...........................................................................1 Daily Republican claimed, “WESLEYAN WINS! The Abilene team gets some pointers on foot ....................................................(American Family Charity, 2000) ball...” Just one week later, the team traveled south to Lindsborg to play the Bethany Swedes. NAIA Championship Series Berths .............................................2 Kansas Wesleyan also showed the Bethany boys a thing or two about the game as they ...........................................................................................(2001, 2002) clobbered them 48-0. The Coyotes then entertained Abilene again and then Chapman on NAIA Championship Series Record ........................................ 0-2 consecutive days, coming out victorious in both contests. The final recorded contest of the inaugural season was against the tough Baker University team, which stopped in town on its way back from beating the Denver State College team. Baker beat KWU 44-0, and Wesleyan finished the first year with a 4-1 record. A nationwide effort to suppress football because of its brutality hit Salina and the school’s administration banished the sport from the campus for five years. Changes to the rules of football, along with a renewed interest at KWU and nationwide brought the sport back to Wesleyan in 1899.

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Kansas Wesleyan football sputtered the next few years, being cancelled three times for lack of interest and protests by members of the KWU administration, who still detested the sport for its lack of class and civilization, and once for World War I in 1918. In 1920, a little firepot from Ohio named Alexander Brown Mackie arrived in Salina and took over the KWU athletic program and began a resurgence of Coyote football, which has continued since. Mackie has the best winning percentage of all coaches at KWU who have more than 10 wins (.545), and has the second most wins overall (78) in his 17 years of coaching. Mackie has five of KWU’s 13 KCAC Championships, one more than Gene Bissell who earned four trophies in his tenure at KWU. Since the beginning of the modern era of the KCAC in 1929, KWU has captured 13 conference titles, third place all time behind Bethany and Ottawa who each have 17.

In 1952, the legendary Franklin Gene Bissell took over a fledgling Coyote football program that had gone 42-45-13 since Mackie left in 1937. Bissell spent the next 26 years at the helm, bringing the team to the top of the KCAC once again. Bissell is the all-time winningest football coach at KWU with 116 wins, and has the third best winning percentage (.494) all-time. Bissell was elected to the KWU Athletic Hall of Fame and is also a member of the NAIA Hall of Fame (1991). Bissell retired from coaching after the 1978 season with a 116-119-7 record. The next 18 years of Coyote football saw only one KCAC championship in 1982, a player controversy involving a player who had already graduated from Florida State that landed KWU in the national spotlight on ESPN in 1995, and a dismal 67-109-1 record until 1997, when Dave Dallas came to KWU from KCAC rival Ottawa University. Since then, Dallas has returned the team to its past glory, as he earned two consecutive KCAC titles in 2001 and 2002. Since 2000, KWU has gone 59-34 and has appeared three times in post-season play (2001 American Family Insurance Charity Bowl, 2002 NAIA Playoffs, 2003 NAIA Playoffs). Dallas’ two trips to the NAIA playoffs were the first in KWU’s history. His record at KWU stands at 67-53 through 12 seasons. Since the inception of football at KWU in 1893, Kansas Wesleyan has a 400-433-39 record. Since the modern era of the KCAC began in 1929, KWU’s conference record is 284-273-22 to go along with its 13 conference championships, the first of which was in 1929, and the most recent in 2003.

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KANSAS WESLEYAN KWU ALL-TIME SEASON BY SEASON RESULTS Year ..................... Overall ................KCAC ^ ........................Coach 1893...........................4-1 1899...........................0-1 1900...........................0-1 1903...........................3-3 ....................................................................... Cowden 1905...........................3-1 ....................................................................... Cowden 1906...........................0-1 .............................................................................Miller 1907...........................0-2-1 1908...........................7-3 ...................................................................C. Williams 1909...........................1-2 ...................................................................C. Williams 1914...........................3-3 ....................................................................... Edwards 1915...........................5-4 ............................ 4-3 .........................................Ragle 1916...........................0-8 ............................ 0-7 .............................. G. Williams 1917...........................1-8 ............................ 0-6 ................................... Edwards 1919...........................3-5 ............................ 2-4 .................................... Quigley 1920...........................0-5-3 ........................ 0-3-3 1921...........................0-8 ............................ 0-7 ......................................Mackie 1922...........................2-7 ............................ 2-7 ......................................Mackie 1923...........................4-5-1 ........................ 2-5-1 ..................................Mackie 1924...........................5-3 ............................ 4-3 ......................................Mackie 1925...........................4-2-1 ........................ 3-2-1 ..................................Mackie 1926...........................4-4 ............................ 3-4 ......................................Mackie 1927...........................7-0-1 ........................ 6-0-1 ..................................Mackie 1928...........................5-2-1 ........................ 5-1-1 ..................................Mackie 1929 .................... 6-0-2 ...................4-0-1 ..........................Mackie 1930...........................4-3-2 ........................ 2-2-1 ..................................Mackie 1931 .................... 6-0-2 ...................2-0-2 ..........................Mackie 1932...........................5-3 ............................ 3-1 ......................................Mackie 1933...........................5-4 ............................ 2-2 ......................................Mackie 1934 .................... 5-4.......................4-1 .............................Mackie 1935 .................... 4-3-1 ...................4-0-1 ..........................Mackie 1936 .................... 7-1-1 ...................4-0-1 ..........................Mackie 1937...........................5-3-1 ........................ 3-2 ......................................Mackie 1938...........................2-6-1 ........................ 1-4 ................................... Johnson 1939...........................2-3-4 ........................ 2-2-2 ............................... Johnson 1940 .................... 6-1-2 ...................5-0-1 ........................Johnson 1941...........................4-3 ............................ 4-2 ................................... Johnson 1942...........................5-4-2 ........................ 3-1-2 ............................... Johnson 1946...........................3-4-2 ........................ 2-3-1 ....................................... Baer 1947...........................4-4-1 ........................ 3-2-1 ....................................... Baer 1948...........................5-4 ............................ 3-3 ........................................... Baer 1949...........................3-6 ............................ 3-3 .................................. Forsberg 1950...........................3-6-1 ........................ 3-2-1 .............................. Forsberg 1951...........................5-4 ............................ 3-3 .................................. Forsberg 1952...........................5-4 ............................ 2-4 ........................................Bissell 1953...........................3-5-1 ........................ 3-3-1 ....................................Bissell 1954...........................5-3-1 ........................ 4-2-1 ....................................Bissell 1955...........................6-3 ............................ 5-2 ........................................Bissell 1956 .................... 8-1.......................7-0 .............................. Bissell 1957 .................... 8-1.......................6-1 .............................. Bissell 1958...........................4-4-1 ........................ 3-4 ........................................Bissell 1959...........................3-5-1 ........................ 3-3-1 ....................................Bissell 1960...........................4-4-1 ........................ 4-4-1 ....................................Bissell 1961...........................5-4 ............................ 5-4 ........................................Bissell 1962...........................1-7-1 ........................ 1-7-1 ........................... Backstrom 1963...........................3-6 ............................ 3-6 ........................................Bissell 1964...........................3-6 ............................ 3-6 ........................................Bissell 1965...........................3-6 ............................ 3-6 ........................................Bissell

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COYOTE FOOTBALL Year ..................... Overall ................KCAC ...........................Coach 1966...........................2-7 ............................ 2-7 ........................................Bissell 1967...........................6-3 ............................ 6-3 ........................................Bissell 1968...........................7-2 ............................ 7-2 ........................................Bissell 1969 .................... 8-2.......................6-2 .............................. Bissell 1970...........................7-2 ............................ 3-2 ........................................Bissell 1971 .................... 8-1.......................8-0 .............................. Bissell 1972...........................3-5-1 ........................ 3-4-1 ....................................Bissell 1973...........................2-8 ............................ 1-7 ........................................Bissell 1974...........................2-8 ............................ 2-6 ........................................Bissell 1975...........................5-5 ............................ 5-3 ........................................Bissell 1976...........................3-7 ............................ 2-6 ........................................Bissell 1977...........................2-7-1 ........................ 2-5-1 ....................................Bissell 1978...........................1-10.......................... 1-8 ........................................Bissell 1979...........................2-7 ............................ 2-6 ..................................... Dupree 1980...........................6-4 ............................ 6-2 ..................................... Dupree 1981...........................2-7-1 ........................ 2-5-1 .............................Bingesser 1982 .................... 7-1.......................7-1 ........................ Bingesser 1983...........................3-7 ............................ 3-6 .................................Bingesser 1984...........................0-10.......................... 0-9 .................................Bingesser 1985...........................2-8 ............................ 2-7 ........................................Welch 1986...........................6-4 ............................ 6-3 ........................................Welch 1987...........................7-3 ............................ 7-2 ..................................... Jenkins 1988...........................5-4 ............................ 5-4 ..................................... Jenkins 1989...........................6-4 ............................ 5-4 ..................................... Jenkins 1990...........................6-4 ............................ 5-4 ..................................... Jenkins 1991...........................3-7 ............................ 3-6 ..................................... Jenkins 1992...........................3-7 ............................ 3-7 ..................................... Jenkins 1993...........................4-6 ............................ 3-5 ..................................... Jenkins 1994 *........................0-10.......................... 0-8 ..................................... Jenkins 1995 *........................1-9 ............................ 1-7 ..................................... Jenkins 1996...........................3-7 ............................ 3-5 ..................................... Dupree 1997 **......................0-9 ............................ 0-8 ........................................ Dallas 1998...........................6-3 ............................ 5-3 ........................................ Dallas 1999...........................2-7 ............................ 2-6 ........................................ Dallas 2000...........................7-4 ............................ 6-3 ........................................ Dallas 2001 .................... 8-3.......................8-1 ...............................Dallas 2002 .................... 8-3.......................8-1 ...............................Dallas 2003...........................4-6 ............................ 4-5 ........................................ Dallas 2004 + .......................5-5 ............................ 5-4 ........................................ Dallas 2005...........................8-2 ............................ 7-2 ........................................ Dallas 2006...........................8-2 ............................ 7-2 ........................................ Dallas 2007...........................5-5 ............................ 4-5 ........................................ Dallas 2008...........................6-4 ............................ 5-4 ........................................ Dallas 2009...........................5-5 ............................ 4-5 ........................................ Dallas ^ KWU was a member of the KIAA until the formal organization of the KCAC in 1929. Conference records from 1915 until 1928 are KIAA. * In 1994 and 1995, KWU finished 7-3 and 8-2 overall respectively, 6-2 in KCAC play both years, respectively, but had to forfeit seven wins each year due to an ineligible player. ** In 1997, KWU had to forfeit two wins due to inadvertant participation of an ineligible player + In 2004, KWU received a forfeit win from Bethany College due to an ineligible player KCAC Championship Years in Bold

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FOOTBALL COACHING RECORDS

ALL-TIME FOOTBALL TOP TENS

NUMBER OF WINS

CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE

Gene Bissell.................... 116-119-7 (.494) ............ 26 yrs ........... (1952-61, 63-78) A.B. Mackie ........................78-52-13 (.600) ............ 17 yrs .........................(1921-37) Dave Dallas.....................72-58 (.554) ..........13 yrs ........(1997-Present) Brad Jenkins ........................... 35-54 (.393) ............ 9 yrs............................(1987-95) Gene Johnson .................... 19-17-9 (.528) ............ 5 yrs............................(1938-42) Virgil Baer ............................ 12-12-3 (.500) ............ 3 yrs............................(1946-48) Jon Bingesser ..................... 12-25-1 (.324) ............ 4 yrs............................(1981-84) Wally Forsberg ................... 11-16-1 (.407) ............ 3 yrs............................(1949-51) Ron Dupree............................. 11-18 (.379) ............ 3 yrs.................... (1979, 80, 96) C.L. Williams ................................. 8-5 (.615) ............ 2 yrs............................(1908-09) Jack Welch ..................................8-12 (.400) ............ 2 yrs............................(1985-86) A.B. Cowden ................................ 6-4 (.600) ............ 2 yrs........................... (1903, 05) W.F. Ragle...................................... 5-4 (.556) ............ 1 yr.................................... (1915) George Edwards.......................4-11 (.267) ............ 2 yrs........................... (1914, 17) Daffin Backstrom ................... 1-7-1 (.125) ............ 1 yr.................................... (1962) George Williams ......................... 0-8 (.000) ............ 1 yr.................................... (1916)

## ..................Name .......................................Yards ........................ Year 1 ..........................Dale Dvorak ..................................... 5125 .................................1992 2 ..........................Bill Evans ........................................... 4206 .................................1982 3 ..........................Scott Jackson ................................. 3996 .................................1988 4 ..........................Dee Kozlow ...................................... 3939 .................................1968 5 ..........................Ron Gilliam....................................... 3428 .................................1953 6 ..........................Drew Dallas ...................................... 3408 .................................2008 7 ..........................Charles Jessamy ............................. 3290 .................................1971 8 ..........................Alan Fahring .................................... 3199 .................................1968 9 ..........................Darell Grames ................................. 2956 .................................2006 10........................Ole Smith .......................................... 2851 .................................1989

WINNING PERCENTAGE C.L. Williams ................................. 8-5 (.615) ............ 2 yrs............................(1908-09) A.B. Cowden ................................ 6-4 (.600) ............ 2 yrs........................... (1903, 05) A.B. Mackie ........................78-52-13 (.600) ............ 17 yrs .........................(1921-37) W.F. Ragle...................................... 5-4 (.556) ............ 1 yr.................................... (1915) Dave Dallas.....................72-58 (.554) ..........13 yrs ........(1997-Present) Gene Johnson .................... 19-17-9 (.528) ............ 5 yrs............................(1938-42) Virgil Baer ............................ 12-12-3 (.500) ............ 3 yrs............................(1946-48) Gene Bissell.................... 116-119-7 (.494) ............ 26 yrs ........... (1952-61, 63-78) Wally Forsberg ................... 11-16-1 (.407) ............ 3 yrs............................(1949-51) Jack Welch ..................................8-12 (.400) ............ 2 yrs............................(1985-86) Brad Jenkins ........................... 35-54 (.393) ............ 9 yrs............................(1987-95) Ron Dupree............................. 11-18 (.379) ............ 3 yrs.................... (1979, 80, 96) Jon Bingesser ..................... 12-25-1 (.324) ............ 4 yrs............................(1981-84) George Edwards.......................4-11 (.267) ............ 2 yrs........................... (1914, 17) Daffin Backstrom ................... 1-7-1 (.125) ............ 1 yr.................................... (1962) George Williams ......................... 0-8 (.000) ............ 1 yr.................................... (1916)

ALL-TIME FOOTBALL TOP TENS

SEASON RUSHING YARDAGE ## ..................Name .......................................Yards ........................ Year 1 ..........................Charles Jessamy ............................. 1665 .................................1971 2 ..........................Darell Grames ................................. 1628 .................................2005 3 ..........................John Johnson.................................. 1592 .................................1986 4 ..........................Duke Williams ................................. 1575 .................................1980 5 ..........................Larry Houdek .................................. 1432 .................................1956 6 ..........................Matt Leonard................................... 1400 .................................2001 7 ..........................Oscar Nero ....................................... 1391 .................................2002 8 ..........................Ron West ........................................... 1362 .................................1976 9 ..........................Preston McCorkle .......................... 1355 .................................2008 10........................Darell Grames ................................. 1328 .................................2006

CAREER RUSHING YARDAGE

SINGLE GAME TOTAL OFFENSE ## ..............Name .......................................Yards ............................ Year 1 .....................Bill Evans ............................................394 ........................................1981 2 ................Doug Webster ..........................392 ............................... 2009 3 .....................Ty Lohman ........................................338 ........................................1993 4 .....................Johnny Johnson..............................331 ........................................1986 5 .....................Johnny Johnson..............................329 ........................................1986 6 .....................Ty Lohman ........................................315 ........................................1993 7 .....................Ron West ............................................310 ........................................1976 8 .....................Dale Dvorak ......................................308 ........................................1991 9 .....................Johnny Johnson..............................293 ........................................1986 10...................Drew Dallas.......................................291 ........................................2008

## ..................Name .......................................Yards ........................ Year 1 ..........................Charles Jessamy ............................. 3297 .................................1971 2 ..........................Alan Fahring .................................... 3199 .................................1968 3 ..........................Darell Grames ................................. 2956 .................................2006 4 ..........................Ron West ........................................... 2739 .................................1976 5 ..........................John Johnson.................................. 2383 .................................1986 6 ..........................Preston McCorkle .......................... 2369 .................................2008 7 ..........................Oscar Nero ....................................... 2199 .................................2003 8 ..........................Dee Kozlow ...................................... 2009 .................................1968 9 ..........................Jerod Barrett .................................... 2001 .................................2005 10........................Ron Gilliam....................................... 1944 .................................1953

100+ YARD RUSHING GAMES IN A SEASON

SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE ## ..............Name .......................................Yards ............................ Year 1 .....................Dale Dvorak ......................................2067......................................1992 2 .....................Ty Lohman ........................................2066......................................1993 3 ................Doug Webster ..........................1953 ............................. 2009 4 .....................Drew Dallas.......................................1887......................................2008 5 .....................Johnny Johnson..............................1789......................................1986 6 .....................Charles Jessamy ..............................1679......................................1971 7 .....................Matt Leonard ...................................1669......................................2001 8 .....................Darell Grames ..................................1628......................................2005 9 .....................Oscar Nero ........................................1593......................................2002 10...................Duke Williams ..................................1575......................................1980

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SINGLE GAME RUSHING YARDAGE ## ..................Name .......................................Rec. .......................... Year 1 ..........................Ron West ........................................... 310 ...................................1976 2 ..........................John Johnson.................................. 306 ...................................1986 3 ..........................John Johnson.................................. 276 ...................................1986 4 ..........................Duke Williams ................................. 270 ...................................1980 5 ..........................Steve Schrader................................ 265 ...................................1970 6 ..........................Martin Isaacson .............................. 264 ...................................1927 7 ..........................John Johnson.................................. 262 ...................................1986 8 ..........................Gib Robinson .................................. 261 ...................................1933 9 ..........................Duke Williams ................................. 256 ...................................1980 10........................Charles Jessamy ............................. 252 ...................................1971

## ..................Name .......................................Games ...................... Year 1 ..........................Charles Jessamy ............................. 9 ........................................1971 2 ..........................Preston McCorkle .......................... 8 ........................................2008 2 ..........................Darell Grames ................................. 8 ........................................2006 2 ..........................Darell Grames ................................. 8 ........................................2005 5 ..........................Oscar Nero ....................................... 7 ........................................2002 5 ..........................Matt Leonard................................... 7 ........................................2001 5 ..........................John Johnson.................................. 7 ........................................1986 5 ..........................Ron West ........................................... 7 ........................................1976 5 ..........................Larry Houdek .................................. 7 ........................................1956 10........................Duke Williams ................................. 6 ........................................1980 10........................Alan Fahring .................................... 6 ........................................1967

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## ........ Name ..........................Yards ......... Year 1 ............. Ty Lohman....................... 338 ............... 1993 2 ............. Bill Evans .......................... 333 ............... 1980 3 .......... Doug Webster .............314 ........... 2009 4 ............. Mike Pozzi........................ 285 ............... 2004 5 ............. Ty Lohman....................... 284 ............... 1993 6 ............. Ty Lohman....................... 280 ............... 1993 7 .......... Doug Webster .............275 ........... 2009 8 ............. Ty Lohman....................... 268 ............... 1993 9 .......... Doug Webster .............255 ........... 2009 10........... Mike Pozzi........................ 255 ............... 2004

## ........ Name ..........................Comp......... Year 1 ............. Ty Lohman....................... 151 ............... 1993 2 .......... Doug Webster .............139 ........... 2009 3 ............. Ryan Canfield ................. 123 ............... 2003 4 ............. Dale Dvorak .................... 117 ............... 1992 5 ............. Drew Dallas ..................... 113 ............... 2007 6 ............. Mike Pozzi........................ 111 ............... 2004 7 ............. Drew Dallas ..................... 109 ............... 2008 8 ............. Dale Dvorak .................... 104 ............... 1991 9 ............. Ryan Canfield ................. 97 .................. 2002 10........... Matt Karleskint .............. 93 .................. 2001

## ...... Name .............................Rec............ Year 1 ........... Steve Willis...........................117 .............. 2004 2 ........... Marcus Lowe .......................113 .............. 2008 3 ........... Marc Cressman ..................108 .............. 2001 4 ........... Randy Williams ...................102 .............. 1993 5 ........... Steve Randy ........................79................. 1975 6 ........... Lynn Coumpy .....................78................. 1990 7 ........... Anthony Gibson ................77................. 1995 8 ........... Greg Thomas ......................77................. 1981 9 ........... David Harris.........................68................. 1985 10......... John Brooks.........................65................. 1982

SEASON PASSING YARDAGE

CAREER PASS COMPLETIONS

SINGLE GAME RECEIVING YARDS

## ........ Name ..........................Yards ......... Year 1 ............. Ty Lohman....................... 2066 ............. 1993 2 .......... Doug Webster .............1778 ......... 2009 3 ............. Dale Dvorak .................... 1530 ............. 1992 4 ............. Drew Dallas ..................... 1473 ............. 2008 5 ............. Drew Dallas ..................... 1409 ............. 2007 6 ............. Dale Dvorak .................... 1397 ............. 1991 7 ............. Ryan Canfield ................. 1374 ............. 2003 8 ............. Matt Karleskint .............. 1370 ............. 2001 9 ............. Mike Pozzi........................ 1359 ............. 2004 10........... T.J. O’Neill ........................ 1234 ............. 2000

## ...... Name .............................Comp. ....... Year 1 ........... Dale Dvorak.........................267 .............. 1992 2 ........... Drew Dallas .........................222 .............. 2008 3 ........... Ryan Canfield......................220 .............. 2003 4 ........... Bill Evans ..............................172 .............. 1982 5 ........... Ty Lohman ...........................151 .............. 1993 6 ........... Dee Kozlow .........................140 .............. 1968 7 ........ Doug Webster ................139 .......... 2009 8 ........... Ike Smicklo ..........................136 .............. 1975 9 ........... Bob Harris ............................118 .............. 1954 10......... Mike Pozzi ............................116 .............. 2004

## ...... Name ............................Yards ......... Year 1 ........... David Harris....................... 196 ............... 1982 2 ........... David Harris....................... 184 ............... 1985 3 ........... David Harris....................... 175 ............... 1982 4 ........... R.Z. Sims ............................. 161 ............... 1962 5 ........... Gailen Kneeling ............... 152 ............... 1950 6 ........ Jason Engelberg ...........133 ........... 2009 6 ........... Bryan Cooper.................... 132 ............... 2004 7 ........... Steve Willis......................... 132 ............... 2003 8 ........... Kevin Markwardt ............. 130 ............... 1984 9 ........... Kevin Markwardt ............. 129 ............... 1989

CAREER PASSING YARDAGE

SINGLE GAME RECEPTIONS

SEASON RECEIVING YARDS

## ........ Name ..........................Yards ......... Year 1 ............. Dale Dvorak .................... 3722 ............. 1992 2 ............. Billy Evans ........................ 2965 ............. 1982 3. ............ Drew Dallas ..................... 2882 ............. 2008 4 ............. Ryan Canfield ................. 2578 ............. 2003 5 ............. Dee Kozlow ..................... 1950 ............. 1968 6 ............. John Hoffman ................ 1869 ............. 1960 7 ............. Bob Harris ........................ 1855 ............. 1954 8 ............. Terrance Phox ................ 1782 ............. 1985 9 .......... Doug Webster .............1778 ......... 2009 10........... Ike Smicklo ...................... 1689 ............. 1975

## ...... Name .............................Rec............Year 1 ........... Mike McCory .......................11................. 1972 2 ........... Kevin Markwardt ...............10................. 1984 3 ........... Marcus Lowe.......................9 ................... 2007 3 ........... Marc Cressman ..................9 ................... 2001 3 ........... Robert Hampton ...............9 ................... 2000 6 ........ Corey Ham .....................8 .............. 2009 6 ........... Steve Willis ..........................8 ................... 2003 6 ........... Kevin Markwardt ...............8 ................... 1984 6 ........... Derrick Denson ..................8 ................... 2002 10 ...... Jason Engelberg ............7 .............. 2009 10 ...... Jason Engelberg ............7 .............. 2009 10 ...... Anthony Berry ...............7 .............. 2009 10......... Michael Donald .................7 ................... 2007 10......... Steve Willis ..........................7 ................... 2004 10......... Steve Willis ..........................7 ................... 2003 10......... Nick Royer ............................7 ................... 2003 10......... Derrick Denson ..................7 ................... 2002 10......... Marc Cressman ..................7 ................... 2000

## ...... Name ............................Yards ......... Year 1 ........... David Harris....................... 753 ............... 1984 2 ........... Kevin Markwardt ............. 697 ............... 1984 3 ........... Marc Cressman ................ 669 ............... 2001 4 ........... Nick Pipkin ......................... 652 ............... 1994 5 ........... R.Z. Sims ............................. 633 ............... 1963 6 ........... Randy Williams ................. 629 ............... 1993 7 ........... Robert Hampton ............. 600 ............... 2000 8 ........ Corey Ham ....................595 ........... 2009 9 ........... Anthony Gibson .............. 592 ............... 1994 10......... Marc Cressman ................ 587 ............... 2000

GAME PASS COMPLETIONS ## ........ Name ..........................Comp......... Year 1 ............. Ty Lohman....................... 27 .................. 1993 2 ............. TJ O’Neill .......................... 26 .................. 2000 3 ............. Drew Dallas ..................... 24 .................. 2007 3 ............. Mike Pozzi........................ 24 .................. 2004 5 ............. Ryan Canfield ................. 23 .................. 2002 6 .......... Doug Webster .............22 ............. 2009 7 .......... Doug Webster .............21 ............. 2009 8 ............. Mike Pozzi........................ 20 .................. 2004 8 ............. John Wolfinger .............. 20 .................. 1995 8 ............. Dale Dvorak .................... 20 .................. 1992 8 ............. Ty Lohman....................... 20 .................. 1993

CAREER RECEIVING YARDAGE

## ...... Name ............................Yards ......... Year 1 ........... Steve Willis......................... 1672 ............. 2004 2 ........... Marcus Lowe ..................... 1624 ............. 2008 3 ........... David Harris....................... 1500 ............. 1985 4 ........... Lynn Coumpy ................... 1397 ............. 1990 5 ........... Marc Cressman ................ 1256 ............. 2001 6 ........... Nick Pipkin ......................... 1147 ............. 1995 SEASON RECEPTIONS 7 ........... Greg Thomas .................... 1101 ............. 1981 ## ...... Name .............................Rec............ Year 8 ........... Steve Raney....................... 973 ............... 1975 1 ........... Kevin Markwardt ...............52................. 1984 8 ........... Steve Nations.................... 973 ............... 1993 2 ........... Marc Cressman ..................46................. 2000 10......... Anthony Gibson .............. 936 ............... 1995 3 ........... Marc Cressman ..................41................. 2001 4 ........... Randy Williams ...................40................. 1993 4 ........... Steve Raney.........................40................. 1975 6 ........... Anthony Gibson ................38................. 1994 7 ........ Anthony Berry ...............37 ............ 2009 7 ........... Robert Hampton ...............37................. 2000 9 ........ Corey Ham .....................36 ............ 2009 9 ........... Marcus Lowe .......................36................. 2007

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LONGEST RUSHING TOUCHDOWN

## ...... Name ............................TD .............. Year 1 ........... Marcus Lowe ..................... 22 .................. 2008 2 ........... Steve Willis......................... 21 .................. 2004 3 ........... Nick Pipkin ......................... 15 .................. 1995 4 ........... David Harris....................... 14 .................. 1963 5 ........... Lynn Coumpy ................... 12 .................. 1990 5 ........... R.Z. Sims ............................. 12 .................. 1963 7 ........... Rod Brown ......................... 11 .................. 1962 8 ........... David Harris....................... 10 .................. 1982 9 ........... Anthony Gibson .............. 9 .................... 1995 9 ........... John Brooks....................... 9 .................... 1982 9 ........... Kaye Pearce ....................... 9 .................... 1956

## ......................... Name ..................................................................... Yards .............................Year 1 ................................... Randy Johnson ........................................................................99 ........................................1986 2 ................................... Dee Kozlow ...............................................................................98 ........................................1964 3 ................................... Scott Jackson............................................................................97 ........................................1985 4 ................................... Paulus Clark...............................................................................87 ........................................1988 4 ................................... Ron Gilliam ................................................................................87 ........................................1950 6 ................................... Charles Culley...........................................................................86 ........................................1960 7 ................................... Dee Kozlow ...............................................................................85 ........................................1968 7 ................................... Larry Houdek ............................................................................85 ........................................1955 9 ................................... Elliot Edwards ...........................................................................84 ........................................1981 10................................. Darren Garrett ..........................................................................83 ........................................1986

GAME INDIVIDUAL TD SCORED

## ......................... Players Involved ................................................... Yards .............................Year 1 ................................... Bill Evans to David Harris......................................................91 ........................................1982 2 ................................... Scott Jackson to David Harris .............................................86 ........................................1985 3 ................................... Bill Evans to Elliot Edwards ..................................................83 ........................................1981 4 ................................... Bill Evans to Greg Thomas ...................................................82 ........................................1981 5 ................................... John Hoffman to Rod Brown ..............................................80 ........................................1961 6 ................................... Matt Karleskint to Marc Cressman ....................................73 ........................................2001 7 ................................... Matt Karleskint to Bobby Rehse ........................................72 ........................................2000 8 ................................... Dale Dvorak to Steve Nations.............................................70 ........................................1991 9 ................................... Drew Dallas to Marcus Lowe...............................................67 ........................................2007 10................................. Ryan Canfield to Steve Willis ...............................................62 ........................................2002

LONGEST PASS PLAY FOR A TOUCHDOWN ## ...... Name ............................TD .............. Year 1 ........... Bill Evans ............................ 6 .................... 1981 2 ........... Oscar Nero ......................... 5 .................... 2003 2 ........... John Johnson ................... 5 .................... 1986 2 ........... Martin Isaacson................ 5 .................... 1927 4 ........... Darell Grames ................... 4 .................... 2006 4 ........... Matt Leonard .................... 4 .................... 2001 4 ........... Nick Pipkin ......................... 4 .................... 1995 4 ........... Bill Evans ............................ 4 .................... 1980 4 ........... Duke Williams ................... 4 .................... 1980 4 ........... Mike Lindsey ..................... 4 .................... 1979 4 ........... Bob Fisher .......................... 4 .................... 1966 4 ........... Gib Robinson .................... 4 .................... 1931

SEASON INDIVIDUAL TD SCORED ## ...... Name ............................TD .............. Year 1 ........... Larry Houdek .................... 19 .................. 1956 2 ........... John Johnson ................... 18 .................. 1986 2 ........... Scott Jackson .................... 18 .................. 1988 4 ........... Matt Leonard .................... 17 .................. 2001 5 ........... Bill Evans ............................ 16 .................. 1982 5 ........... Bill Evans ............................ 16 .................. 1981 7 ........... Ty Lohman ......................... 15 .................. 1993 7 ........... Dee Kozlow ....................... 15 .................. 1968 9 ........... Oscar Nero ......................... 14 .................. 2002 9 ........... Dee Kozlow ....................... 14 .................. 1964 9 ........... Bob Harris .......................... 14 .................. 1954 9 ........... Martin Isaacson................ 14 .................. 1953

CAREER INDIVIDUAL TD SCORED ## ...... Name ............................TD .............. Year 1 ........... Bill Evans ............................ 50 .................. 1982 1 ........... Dee Kozlow ....................... 50 .................. 1982 3 ........... Scott Jackson .................... 48 .................. 1988 4 ........... Ron Gilliam ........................ 36 .................. 1952 5 ........... Gib Robinson .................... 34 .................. 1954 5 ........... Martin Isaacson................ 34 .................. 1933 7 ........... John Johnson ................... 31 .................. 1986 8 ........... Ron West ............................ 26 .................. 1976 9 ........... Alan Fahring...................... 25 .................. 1968 10......... Charles Jessamy............... 24 .................. 1971 10......... Larry Houdek .................... 24 .................. 1956 10......... Darell Grames ................... 24 .................. 2006

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THIS IS COYOTE ATHLETICS Kansas Wesleyan University prides itself on being the best of the best. Over the last five years, the Coyotes have won 28 KCAC and NAIA Regional Championships, a mark unprecedented over that time span. In addition, KWU has had the best overall and inconference records in the conference for three of the last four years in the eight major team sports sponsored by the KCAC (football, volleyball, women’s soccer, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball and softball). Over the last five years KWU boasts the best in-conference record in the eight major sports, tallying a 389-211-3 record in conference play, winning 65 percent of the time. The best season came in 2006-07 when KWU won 90 of the 119 conference contests it played. No other school has won more than 85 conference games in a single season over that same time period. It doesn’t stop there. The University has made strides in the last few years to upgrade its athletic facilities to some of the best at the small college level in the state of Kansas and in the entire region. In 2008, KWU opened the Student Activities Center that features Mabee Arena. Mabee is like no other facility in the area at this level, seating approximately 1500 and featuring some high tech, high quality features you will not find anywhere else. Complimenting the Arena is the Hauptli Student Center and the Everett Morgan Strength Training Center, along with the Brown Mezzanine, new Athletic Training facilities and coaches offices. KWU also recently announced plans to renovate the Martin Stadium area to revitalize that area of campus. In the last four years, Wesleyan has had 359 All-KCAC selections, including 177 as First Team nods. 50 players have received individual conference honors and 17 times a KWU coach has been selected as a KCAC Coach of the Year in their respective sport. Wesleyan boasted 36 All-NAIA Region IV players over the last three years of regional play, and four times coaches were named Regional Coach of the Year. KWU has had 39 NAIA AllAmericans in the last four seasons, including 12 in 2008-09. Two Wesleyan coaches have received honors at the national level, including Colby Hensley (AFCA-NAIA Assistant Coach of the Year, 2006) and Mike Dibbini (2007 NSCAA Great Plains Region Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year). In addition to our athletic program, our students can choose from a full range of student activities that appeal to a wide variety of interests. Just a few examples of student activities include vocal and instrumental music groups, theatre, studio arts, debate and forensics, yearbook, newspaper, student government, ministry and fellowship groups, intramurals, and numerous other special interest organizations. These activities allow student-athletes become actively involved on campus outside of athletics.

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ATHLETIC ATHL LETIC SUCCESS SINCE 2005

28 Championships Chaamp mpio ions io nshi ns hips hi p at the KCAC and NAIA levels 359 players play a errs named ay d All-Conference AllAl l Co Conference 50 Indiv vidua ual Confer ua eren er ence en ce A ward wa rds rd Individual Conference Awards 17 K CAC CA C Co Coac ache ac hes of tthe he he Yea ar KCAC Coaches Year 36 NAIA All-Region A lAl l-Re Regi Re gion gi on Players Pla l ye yerss 4 NAIA Regional Regio ona nall Coaches Co s of the the Year Year 2 Coaches earn ned National Nat N atio at ionaal Co io oac achi h ng Honors earned Coaching 1 Rawlings NAIA A Na National al G old ol d Glove Glov Gl ove ov e Winner W nn Wi ner Gold 39 NAIA All-Americans All-Ame eric i an anss 658-511-15 Overall Overa raall Record (.563 win pct.) pctt.) 389-211-3 KCAC C Record (.648 ( 648 win pct.) pct )

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W E L C O M E T O K A N S A S W E S L E YA N U N I V E R S I T Y, H O M E O F T H E C O Y O T E S

Kansas Wesleyan University is a faith-based institution located in Salina, Kansas. Founded in 1886, it maintains a covenant relationship with the United Methodist Church and is supported by the Kansas West Conference. The school’s accreditation was reaffirmed in 1997 by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, 30 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 606022504, Website address: www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org. Telephone: (800) 6217440 or (312) 263-0456, Fax: (312) 263-7462.

KANSAS WESLEYAN QUICK FACTS City / Zip ...............................................................Salina, Kan. 67401 Founded / Enrollment......................................................1886 / 852 Nickname ..................................................................................Coyotes School Colors .......................................................... Purple and Gold Affiliation .......................................NAIA (Division II in Basketball) Conference.....Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) President............................................................. Dr. Fletcher Lamkin

Kansas Wesleyan University provides an education program characterized by excellence within a caring community, rooted in the liberal arts tradition. The call of the University is to develop both intellect and character, to stimulate creativity and discovery, to nurture the whole person—body, mind, and spirit. Diversity is encouraged in curriculum, faculty, and students. Kansas Wesleyan University prepares students not only for careers and professions, but also for lifelong learning. The University equips its students for responsible leadership in their communities, for useful service in and to the world, and for stewardship of the Earth. Kansas Wesleyan University provides a setting in which faith and learning are integrated; encounter with the Christian proclamation is an integral part of the life of the University. The University fosters the lively discussion of faith and values, encouraging students to develop a thoughtful, personal world view informed by Christian tradition. Kansas Wesleyan University serves the church, community, and the world by providing a variety of resources for educational, cultural, and spiritual enrichment. The aim of the University is to discover, to build, and to share a higher quality of life and a broader vision of the world. The University is divided academically into six divisions and eighteen departments. Courses are offered for more than 30 undergraduate majors and one graduate program, the MBA. Salina is the seventh largest city in the state. It is at the hub of two major interstate highways and is serviced by regular airline transportation. The city is a major arts and cultural center for Kansas.

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Salina…a blend of ‘big city’ amenities and relaxed ‘small city’ charm. Located in America’s heartland at the crossroads of I-70 and I-135, Salina is right in the center of it all. Whether you are planning a business trip, are attending a conference, need some ‘down time’ with your sweetheart, a fun girlfriend getaway, or quality family time, Salina is the place to stop! Select comfortable accommodations from a wide array of hotels, motels, inns and campgrounds, all specializing in the warmest welcomes you’ll find away from home. More than 25 lodging facilities provide nearly 2,000 room accommodations, and our diverse meeting facilities can seat from 10 to 7,000. Salina is home to excellent cuisine served by 80+ dining establishments. Unique attractions include a world-class zoo and wildlife museum, vineyard and winery, art galleries, historical museums, theatres, recreation and fun centers. Your taste buds will approve too! Salina has something for every palette, from favorite national brands to unique hometown traditions like the Cozy Inn burgers by the sack. Start summer off with a splash at the newest outdoor aquatics park in Kansas…Salina’s Kenwood Cove! Don’t miss the fine art, crafts, food and fun at THE arts celebration of the Midwest, the Smoky Hill River Festival, held every June. Spend a ‘kool’ weekend checkin’ out hundreds of hotrods at the KKOA Leadsled Spectacular car show in July at Oakdale Park. From theatre productions to concerts and movies, entertainment abounds at Salina Bicentennial Center, Salina Community Theatre and the historic Stiefel Theatre. Discover rich Kansas heritage at our Yesteryear Museum and the nationally accredited Smoky Hill Museum. Feed your cultural senses through films and exhibitions presented by Salina Art Center. Relax and enjoy a taste on the veranda of Smoky Hill Vineyards and Winery. Enjoy THE family experience all year long at Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure Zoo and Museum! Shopping opportunities are abundant at specialty shops, centers and an indoor mall. Whether you are familiar with Salina, or are first discovering our community, you’ll be impressed with this city’s service, facilities and especially the people. On behalf of the nearly 50,000 people that call this community home, you’re invited to visit Salina! Overall, Salina is currently home to more than 16 baseball and softball fields, 12 soccer fields, three 18-hole golf courses and two 9-hole golf courses, an outdoor aquatics center, three spray parks, three football facilities, two track and field sites, numerous tennis courts, fishing lake, playgrounds, skateboard area, roller skate center, bowling center, picnic areas and shelters, and more than 700 acres in the parks system. In 2008, Kansas Wesleyan University completed a 1500 seat gymnasium arena and activity center, and K-State at Salina opened a 32,000 square foot Student Life Center complete with gymnasium, indoor track. Sporting events held in Salina include the NJCAA Women’s National Basketball Championship, Kansas Grand Slam Invitational Baseball Tournament, State High School Championships for Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Football, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball, and Wrestling; Salina Soccer Club Academies, ASA Youth Fast-Pitch and Adult Slow Pitch Tournaments, Triple Crown Sports Youth Baseball, Hap Dumont Youth Baseball, Sports Car Club of America races, gymnastics competitions, and more. For lots of ideas…click www.VisitSalina.org.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC PROGRAMS DR. MATTHEW WILLIAMS Matthew Williams has been the Director of Athletic Programs at Kansas Wesleyan since 2005. Under his direction, the KWU athletic department has ascended to the top of the Kansas Conference, and made a name for itself nationally. In Williams’ first five years, the Coyotes went from a 66-55 record in conference play to a best ever 90-29 record in 2006-07, and a 86-35 record in 2008-09. KWU has had the best combined record of the eight major sports (football, volleyball, men's soccer, women's soccer, men's basketball, women's basketball, softball and baseball) since the 2006-07 in the conference, and has won an unprecendented 28 Championships under his leadership. Since Williams' first season, KWU is 389-211-3 in KCAC play and 658-511-15 overall. Wesleyan has sent eight teams to the NAIA National Championships in their respective sports in the same time span. Williams, a member of the KWU family since 1999, came to KWU after three years as Athletic Trainer at West Hills Community College in Coalinga, Calif. He took over the Athletic Training program at KWU, and transformed it from an internship program into a full-fledged academic major, and into the KCAC’s first nationally accredited Athletic Training Education Program by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. He also has been an integral part of the development of KWU’s Master of Business Administration Degree with emphasis in Sports Management and most recently the undergraduate Sports Management degree. Before taking the reigns of the KWU Athletic Department, Williams spent two seasons as the Associate Athletic Director at KWU, in charge of Game Day Operations for all Coyote athletic events. Williams has a Doctor of Sports Management degree with emphasis in Sports Marketing from the United States Sports Academy, a Master of Business Administration degree from Kansas Wesleyan University, a Master of Science Degree in Athletic Administration from Idaho State University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from Boise State University. He resides in Salina with his wife, Tonda, and daughter, Victoria.

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR DAVID TOELLE David Toelle has been Sports Information Director at Kansas Wesleyan since December 2001. He is also the University’s Webmaster. His responsibilities as SID include design of media guides and game day programs, keeping a complete statistical tical and ng historical record of Coyote athletics, press box and table management at football and basketball games, writing press releases, and updating the Athletic Department website. He came to Kansas Wesleyan in the Fall of 1996, and graduated from Wesleyan in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems. In 2008, Toelle earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sports Management, also from Kansas Wesleyan and is currently pursuing his MBA with emphasis in Sports Management from KWU. Toelle also is involved in the community, especially during the basketball season, when he donates his time at the Salina Bicentennial Center doing basketball statistics for the basketball tournaments held there in March. He was also involved with the Kansas Cagerz, a USBL Professional Basketball team while it was in Salina. In addition to his duties at KWU, this will be his fifth year as KCAC Conference Statistician, where he is responsible for compiling and distributing the weekly statistics for the KCAC in football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, baseball and softball. He resides in Salina with his wife, Jennifer, son, Trae, and daughter, Tenille.

FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE TOR WYNN

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT PATTY COLAHAN

Tor Wynn has taught Sociology at Kansas Wesleyan University since 2005, and the 2010-11 academic year is his first as Faculty Athletic Representative. Dr. Wynn earned his B.A. at Oakland University in Michigan, and earned both his M.A. and PhD in Sociology from the University of Iowa.

Patty Colahan begins her second year as Administrative Assistant for the KWU Athletic Department.

Before coming to KWU, Dr. Wynn taught at the University of Iowa, Coe College, and Wichita State University.

alina She is a native of Salina, and a graduate of Salina South High School, but has also lived in eight ght other states.

Dr. Wynn lives in Wichita with his wife, Maryann and their three children.

Patty and her husband, Dan, live in Salina. Patty has one son, KC, and a stepdaughter, Hollie and a stepson, Patrick.

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER CHAD SHRIVER Chad Shriver begins his eighth year as Athletic Trainer at Kansas Wesleyan University. Before coming to Kansas Wesleyan, Chad received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education with Emphasis in Sports Medicine from Charleston Southern University (S.C.) in 1999, and his Master of Liberal Arts degree from Southern Methodist University (Texas) in 2002. Shriver did his Graduate Assistantship at Southern Methodist from 2000-2002. Chad is a native of the Salina area, as he attended Ell-Saline High School, graduating in 1995. He resides in Salina with his wife, Mollie, son, Gage, and daughter, Maddison.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER ERIC GILLBERG Eric Gillberg is in his fourth year as Assistant Athletic Trainer at Kansas Wesleyan University. Gillberg came to KWU after spending two years as Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Bethel College in North Newton. Gillberg completed his undergraduate degree in Athletic Training and Movement Science from Texas Christian University in 2004. He then completed his Master of Education degree in Sports Administration at Wichita State University in 2006. Gillberg, a Salina native, is a 2000 graduate of Salina Central High School. He, his wife Regina, daughter, Raeann, and son, Evan, reside in Salina.

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER KATIE PIERCE 2009 marked the first season for Katie Pierce as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Kansas Wesleyan University. Pierce comes to KWU after completing her Master of Science degree in Athletic Training from East Stroudsburg University (Pa.) in 2009. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Athletic Training from the University of Kansas in 2008. While at KU as a student trainer, Pierce worked with several different athletic programs for the Jayhawks, as well as working at Lawrence High School. While at East Stroudsburg, she assisted with athletic training duties at Warren Hills Regional Middle and High Schools in Washington, N.J., and at Phillipsburg High School in Phillipsburg, N.J. She also volunteered her time for several events, including the Special Olympics and the Pennsylvania Flag Football Tournament in East Stroudsburg in 2008; and the Northern PA Athletic Training 5K Run in Scranton, Pa., in 2009. Pierce is a native of Olathe, Kan., where she graduated from Olathe South High School in 2004, and is the daughter of Terry and Jean Pierce.

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Fred Aubuchon Volleyball

Jeff Barker Cross Country / Track

Sharon Callaway Cheer

Mark Carvalho Baseball

Patty Colahan Admin Asst to AD

Dave Dallas Football

Mike Davert Men’s Basketball

Mike Dibbini Soccer

Eric Gillberg Asst. Athletic Trainer

Daryl Hoelting Softball

Brent Mooney Tennis

Rob Ozga Golf

Katie Pierce Asst. Athletic Trainer

Gordon Reimer Women’s Basketball

Chelle Seyfert Dance

Chad Shriver Head Athletic Trainer

Davd Toelle Sports Information

Matthew Williams Athletic Director

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY

785.827.5541 plus ext. below

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ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT STAFF

Tor Wynn Faculty Athletic Rep.

Director of Athletic Programs ............................ Matthew Williams ............................. 3194 ............................................. mjw@kwu.edu Sports Information Director .............................. David Toelle ......................................... 3146 ..................................sportsinfo@kwu.edu Faculty Athletic Representative ........................ Tor Wynn ............................................... 2124 ......................................... twynn@kwu.edu Head Athletic Trainer............................................. Chad Shriver ........................................ 3192 ...................................... cshriver@kwu.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer ..................................... Eric Gillberg ......................................... 3193 .............................. eric.gillberg@kwu.edu Assistant Athletic Trainer ..................................... Katie Pierce ......................................... 3192 ...............................katie.pierce@kwu.edu

COACHING STAFF Baseball ..................................................................... Mark Carvalho .................................... 3124 ..............................................carv@kwu.edu Men’s Basketball...................................................... Mike Davert ......................................... 3134 .............................. mike.davert@kwu.edu Women’s Basketball ............................................... Gordon Reimer ................................... 3120 ...................................... greimer@kwu.edu Cheer........................................................................... Sharon Callaway................................. 3230 ...................... sharon.callaway@kwu.edu Cross Country .......................................................... Jeff Barker ............................................. 1166 ..................................jeff.barker@kwu.edu Dance .......................................................................... Chelle Seyfert ...................................... 3230 ...................... michelle.seyfert@kwu.edu Football ...................................................................... Dave Dallas .......................................... 3172 ...........................................dallas@kwu.edu Golf .............................................................................. Rob Ozga .............................................. 2134 ...................................... rob.golf@kwu.edu Men’s and Women’s Soccer ................................. Mike Dibbini ........................................ 2111 ........................................dibbini@kwu.edu Softball ....................................................................... Daryl Hoelting .................................... 3148 .......................... daryl.hoelting@kwu.edu Men’s and Women’s Tennis.................................. Brent Mooney ..................................... 3130 ..........................brent.mooney@kwu.edu Track ............................................................................ Jeff Barker ............................................. 1166 ..................................jeff.barker@kwu.edu Volleyball ................................................................... Fred Aubuchon .................................. 3122 .........................fred.aubuchon@kwu.edu

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FOOTBALL FACILITIES Kansas Wesleyan has taken many steps in the past few years to upgrade its football facilities to be some of the top notch digs in the KCAC and in the small college football ranks. The coaching staff moved to new spacious offices in Summer 2008 in the basement of KWU’s new Student Activities Center. The team moved too. The Coyotes left the outdated Fieldhouse building for an impressive new home in the SAC basement directly adjacent to the new coaches’ offices. The new locker room features over 100 wood lockers and spacious accommodations for the entire team to be able to gather in one single area. The locker room features all new shower and laundry facilities and equipment storage that allows uniforms, helmets and other equipment to be stored safely and efficiently. Directly adjacent to the new locker room and coaches’ offices is the Everett Morgan Strength Training Center. The Training Center features both a fitness center and a free weights area. The fitness center features all new Life Fitness equipment including circuit training equipment, exercise bikes and treadmills. The fitness center area also has several flat screen TVs to allow users to watch TV while working out. The free weights area has all new Hammer Strength equipment and features top notch equipment to help the Coyotes build strength, quickness and power. KWU plays its games off-campus at Salina Stadium, which is located adjacent to Salina Central High School. Salina Stadium is Salina’s premier athletic facility, featuring a synthetic turf surface that was installed in 2005 that accommodates over 150 soccer and football games all year long at all levels, from youth to college. The stadium itself seats nearly 7,000 and features an impressive sound system that can be heard over a majority of the city of Salina and a spacious press box that provides ample room for all interested in covering the game. Salina Stadium played host to the 2010 CollegeFanz NAIA Senior Classic on April 24, the first time Salina has hosted the Senior Classic game.

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The KWU STUDENT ACTIVITIES CENTER opened in Fall 2008, giving Kansas Wesleyan one of the finest small college athletic facilities in the state. It features Mabee Arena, which seats nearly 1,500, the Hauptli Student Center, with concession stands and gathering areas, new coaches offices, new athletic training rooms, the Everett Morgan Strength Training Center which features new fitness center and weight room facilities, revamped locker room space, new classrooms and several other amenities. The goal of the SAC is to bring several student services that are spread out around campus into one centralized location, giving the campus a stronger sense of community within itself.

The fitness center features all-new equipment from Life Fitness, including circuit training stations, exercise bikes and treadmills. People working out in the fitness center are able to watch their favorite shows while working out on the flat-panel televisions that are spread around the room. The weight room features all new equipment designed specifically for student-athlete use from Hammer Strength.

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GENE BISSELL FIELD AT MARTIN STADIUM will be the site of all JV Football games in 2010. Sacred Heart High School also plays its football games at Martin Stadium. The stadium complex, built in the early 1940s as a Public Works project, is the oldest athletic facility in use by the Coyotes today. Over the years, Martin Stadium has been the site of many classic Kansas Wesleyan football games, and it hosted the 2000 American Family Insurance Charity Bowl between the Coyotes and arch-rival Bethany College. The field at Martin Stadium is named Bissell Field in honor of Gene Bissell. “Mr. Wesleyan” coached Coyote football for 26 years and served the athletic department in various capacities, including athletic director until his retirement in the early 1980s. Bissell is KWU’s all-time wins leader in football with 116 career victories. MUIR GYMNASIUM was the former home of Kansas Wesleyan Basketball and Volleyball. Opened in 1981, Muir was the last new facility to be constructed on the KWU Campus prior to the construction of the new Student Activities Center. Muir Gym features a capacity of nearly 800 and provided a high quality small college atmosphere for all athletic contests. Muir Gym is still being used as a practice gym and host to community events.

The BRADLEY TENNIS COURTS are located just to the north of the Martin Stadium Fieldhouse on the corner of Osborne and Claflin Avenues. They are the home to KWU Tennis. The courts were recently resurfaced and the whole area underwent an updating process.

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OFF-CAMPUS ATHLETIC FACILITIES SALINA STADIUM is the home for Kansas Wesleyan Football and Soccer matches this year. The stadium seats nearly 7,000 and is complete with newly installed synthetic turf, a new scoreboard in 2007, an accommodating press box, adjacent parking, locker facilities, and more.

DEAN EVANS STADIUM is Salina’s premier baseball facility and is the home field for Kansas Wesleyan Baseball. Dean Evans features a covered stadium with seating for 800 and adjacent practice fields.

BILL BURKE PARK SOFTBALL COMPLEX is home to Kansas Wesleyan Softball. The park features five soccer fields and seven lighted fields. The park also features walking/biking trails, fishing and picnic areas.

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THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS (NAIA) “The first general session of the `Organizing Convention’ of the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball (NAIB) was held in the Phillips Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri, at 10 a.m., Sunday, March 10, 1940.” But the seed from which the NAIB sprouted was planted two blocks away at Municipal Auditorium. It was there in 1937 that a men’s basketball tournament tipped off which has become the longest continuous national collegiate tournament in any sport. The tournament was the brainchild of Emil S. Liston, Dr. James Naismith, Frank Cramer, and a group of Kansas City business leaders who wanted to provide Kansas City-area fans with exciting amateur competition and to provide a framework for small colleges and universities to determine a national basketball champion. In 1948, the NAIB affirmed its commitment to equality by becoming the first national organization to offer intercollegiate postseason opportunities to black student-athletes. Unprecedented action was taken in 1953 when historically black institutions were voted into membership. One year previous to the inclusion of historically black institutions, another form of expansion occurred. In 1952, as a result of the expressed desires of the member institutions, appropriate steps were taken by which the NAIB was transformed into the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), and the first all-encompassing set of rules and standards was adopted. Recommendations to take this important action were made by the National Executive Committee at the annual meeting after determining the move was desirable and feasible. The recommendation was later approved by a mail vote of the entire membership. With the Association’s new name came the addition of national championships in golf, tennis and outdoor track and field. Football, cross country, baseball and swimming and diving were added to the championships calendar in 1956. Wrestling (1958), soccer (1959), bowling (1962-78), gymnastics (1964-84), indoor track and field (1966) and men’s volleyball (1969-80) were later additions. Two major changes were made during the 1970s. An extensive study was completed in 1970 which paved the way for two divisions of football. Four teams qualified for the playoffs in each division at the outset and, later, 16 teams were selected for postseason play. In 1997, football was consolidated to one division again as the Football Coaches Association cited a narrowing gap between enrollment size and philosophy of the two divisions. As the NAIA moved into its second half-century in the 1980s, it revolutionized national collegiate athletics with the establishment of athletics programs for women on August 1, 1980. Official notice on that date followed a mail vote by the membership on May 1 that supported becoming the first organization to offer collegiate athletics to both men and women. The championship calendar for women began that year with basketball, cross country, gymnastics, indoor and outdoor track and field, softball, tennis and volleyball. Soccer was added in 1984, and golf was included in 1995. Gymnastics was discontinued after the 1988 championship. Another important chapter in the history of the NAIA unfolded in 1992 when the Association voted to move its headquarters from Kansas City to Tulsa. Moving with the national office was the Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship which had been held in Kansas City for 56 years. In 1993, the waves of change once again washed over the Association. The membership voted to discontinue the use of district play as a means of qualification for national championships, marking the first time since the NAIA’s creation that district competition would not be used. In 1999, the NAIA restructured to include 14 regions to better serve its membership. Each region is governed by a regional management committee comprised of various conference and independent representatives. In 2000, the NAIA reaffirmed its purpose to enhance the character-building aspects of sport. Through Champions of Character, the NAIA seeks to create an environment in which every student-athlete, coach, official and spectator is committed to the true spirit of competition through five tenets: respect, integrity, responsibility, servant leadership and sportsmanship. This program will educate and create awareness of the positive characterbuilding traits afforded by sports and return integrity to competition at the collegiate and youth levels while impacting all of society. Everything has come full circle. The NAIA relocated its National Office in July of 2001 to Olathe, Kansas, just miles from Gardner where the idea for the small-college basketball tournament gave rise to the NAIA. Now, nearly 65 years after that initial tournament, the NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship is returning to Municipal Auditorium, the arena that was home to so many memories from 1927-74. In Summer 2007, the NAIA relocated its National Office to downtown Kansas City, Mo. The NAIA has 50,000 student-athletes participating at nearly 300 member colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. Divided into 14 regions, the NAIA offers 23 championships in 13 sports. Since 1937, the NAIA has continued a long tradition of pushing the envelope and making a positive difference in the lives of students, coaches and parents. The Champions of Character program is the latest cutting-edge addition to the NAIA’s proud history of innovation. Through Champions of Character, the NAIA seeks to create an environment in which every student-athlete, coach, official and spectator are committed to the true spirit of competition through the five core values: respect, integrity, responsibility, servant leadership and sportsmanship.

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2010 KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL MEDIA INFORMATION AND MEDIA POLICIES Thank you for your interest in Kansas Wesleyan Football. The KWU Sports Information Office has produced the 2010 media guide to assist in your coverage of the Coyotes. Please feel free to contact any member of the staff with questions, requests or concerns. We look forward to working with you throughout the 2010-11 season. There is limited working space in the press box at Salina Stadium. Media who plan on covering Kansas Wesleyan University Football should contact the KWU Sports Information Office in advance to reserve a spot. The Sports Information Office will make every effort to accommodate all media. The Sports Information Office can be reached at 785.827.5541, ext. 3146, or by email at sportsinfo@kwu.edu. Priority will be given to professional, primary media covering Kansas Wesleyan and the current game opponent, and any national or regional media outlets in the following order: 1. Professional and/or primary media covering Kansas Wesleyan; 2. Professional and/or primary media covering Current Game Opponent; 3. National or regional professional media covering the game; 4. Professional media covering the game not affiliated with KWU or the opponent; 5. Student run media outlets, such as student radio stations or newspapers – unless they are serving as the official primary coverage for KWU or the Current Game Opponent. Visiting radio broadcast teams should notify the Sports Information Office as far in advance of the game as possible so that space can be reserved for them in the press box. This includes school-run radio stations, as well as professional radio crews. Generally, visitor radio crews should set up for their broadcast at the far south end of the press box. Please feel free to contact the Sports Information Office if additional information is requested.

GAMEDAY INFORMATION FOR MEDIA

SPORTS INFORMATION

MEDIA & PHOTO CREDENTIALS

Kansas Wesleyan University David Toelle Sports Information Director 100 East Claflin, Box 55 Salina, KS 67401-6196 Office: 785.827.5541 ext. 3146 FAX: 785.827.0927 Cell Phone: 785.643.0913 Email: sportsinfo@kwu.edu Website: www.kwucoyotes.com

Media Credentials for KWU home football games are issued for working media only and must be requested through the sports information office, preferably in advance. Credentials for media regularly covering the Coyotes will be issued at the beginning of the season. Other credential requests will be handled on a game-by-game basis and a formal request must be issued to the KWU Sports Information Office. Photographers are required to abide by the guidelines set forth by the NCAA and NAIA on shooting limitations from the sidelines. Those not complying with the guidelines may be removed. The Sports Information Office should receive all credential requests no later than five days prior to the game. All requests should be emailed to the SID Office. Media passes may be picked up at the entrance gate along the west side of the stadium. All credentials are non-transferable and are issued based on the Kansas Wesleyan Athletics Credential Policy.

MEDIA SERVICES Any request for information must be made no later than one hour before the start of the game and will be available 30 minutes prior to kick-off. Media requests for information received later than those specified times may not receive the requested information before the start of the game. Packets including statistics, pregame notes and programs will be available for media in the Press Box prior to the game. A final post-game statistical report including a scoring summary, team statistics, individual statistics, defensive statistics and play-by-play, will be available shortly following the completion of the game. Final statistics will be e-mailed via KWU’s broadcast system following the conclusion of the game. If you wish to be included on this e-mail distribution, please contact the KWU Sports Information Office. In-game questions or concerns can be addressed on press row by Sports Information Director David Toelle.

TELEPHONES AND INTERNET There are available phone lines and internet jacks available at Salina Stadium. Media members will need to bring up to 50-feet of line in order to connect to either phone or internet jacks. There are a limited number of connections. Phone line priority will be given to primary professional radio outlets. Media inquiring about phone lines and Internet should contact the KWU Sports Information Office.

Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference A. John Pearson 328 N. First Street Lindsborg, KS 67456 Phone: 785.227.2302 Cell Phone: 785.227.5405 Email: pearson@kans.com Website: www.kcacsports.com National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics

Chad Waller 1200 Grand Blvd. Kansas City, MO 64106 Phone: 816.595.8000 FAX: 816.595.8200 Email: cwaller@naia.org Website: www.naia.org

PLAYER AND COACH INTERVIEWS Pre-game interviews with KWU players and coaches MUST BE coordinated through the KWU Sports Information Office. If media members wish to have a weekly interview with a coach, and players, the Sports Information Office must be contacted in advance, so that the SID knows the interviews are taking place. (continued on the next page...)

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2010 KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL MEDIA INFORMATION AND MEDIA POLICIES COACH AVAILABILITY Head coach Dave Dallas and other assistant coaches are available for interviews. Please contact SID David Toelle to schedule an interview with a member of the coaching staff. The SID staff will then arrange contact details with the requesting media outlet and the coaching staff.

PLAYER AVAILABILITY All player interviews MUST be arranged through the SID office. To arrange an interview, please call David Toelle at least one day in advance. Players will not be available for game-day interviews until post-game.

LIVE STATS WEBCASTS Again this season, Kansas Wesleyan will provide live stats webcasts for all homes and select road games. Go to www.dakstats.com/naia and click on Webcasts in the upper right side of the screen

LISTEN TO THE COYOTES ON AIR AND ONLINE Salina Media Group will be the voice of Coyote Athletics again this season. Broadcasts will be on Classic Hits 104.9 (KSAL-FM) or 1150 KSAL (KSAL-AM) and will also be broadcast online through the Salina Media Group website: www.ksallink.com.

OFFICIAL RELEASES FROM KWU SPORTS INFORMATION Official media releases will be sent out from the KWU Sports Information Office to all media on an email broadcast list. If you have already been receiving releases from the KWU Sports Information Office, then you are included on the list. If you have not, and wish to be included, please contact the KWU Sports Information Office. All releases will also be posted on the official website of Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics -- www.kwucoyotes.com

‘K-DUB’ AND “COY-OTES” In editorial references to Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics, it has recently become acceptable to use “K-DUB” to reference Coyote athletic teams. Print outlets wishing to use “K-DUB” are asked to use “KDUB”, not “K-Dub”, “KDub”, “Kdub”, “KDUB”, or any other variation of “K-DUB”. Other acceptable references to Coyote Athletics include: “KWU”, “Wesleyan”, “KW” and “Kansas Wesleyan”. Broadcast outlets are also asked to refer to KWU as “Coy-otes”, not “Coy-o-tes”.

KWU ATHLETICS LOGO POLICY The official Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics logo is the “Power ‘Yote” (shown to the left). It is the identifying symbol for all Coyote athletic teams. Media wishing to obtain an electronic copy of the logo must contact the Sports Information Office to make arrangements for use of the logo.

KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY MEDIA CREDENTIAL POLICY Credentials and working space for media members are issued at the sole and exclusive discretion of the Kansas Wesleyan Sports Information Office, based on the following priorities and guidelines: 1. Media outlets identified as official broadcast and print media partners of Kansas Wesleyan University 2. Other newspapers regularly covering Kansas Wesleyan, the current game opponent or another KCAC school. Wire services, regional and national publications are also afforded this priority. 3. Other media outlets who wish to produce reports on the game. Other radio stations conducting a regular sports show receive consideration for credentials. 4. Official Kansas Wesleyan student publications or student electronic media outlets covering the game. 5. Officially recognized student publications and electronic media outlets covering the current game opponent With the exception of media covering Kansas Wesleyan daily, all passes are issued on a game-by-game basis with consideration of available working space. Passes are non-transferable and are subject to immediate revocation if transferred to non-working media members. Credentials are issued to web sites that are affiliated with web sites for national or regional news media organizations, e.g. USA Today Online, ESPN.com, SI.com, CBSportsLine.com, etc., for institutions that are conference members and non-conference opponents, and for the KCAC. Kansas Wesleyan University reserves the right to deny media credentials to any individual who is not affiliated with a recognized news-gathering organization.

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RADIO / BROADCAST MEDIA Salina Media Group Kenny Titus, Sports Director Phone: 785.823.1111 FAX: 785.823.2034 Email: kenny.titus@salinamediagroup.com Website: www.ksallink.com 92.7 the Fan (Rocking M Radio) James Westling, Operations Manager Phone: 785.827.2100 FAX: 785.827.3503 Email: jwestling@rockingmradio.com Website: www.927thefan.com KSNW-TV Channel 3 Sports Department Jim Kobbe, Sports Director Phone: 316.292.1111 FAX: 316.292.1195 Email: sports@ksn.com Website: www.ksn.com KAKE-TV Channel 10 Sports Department Alan Shope, Sports Director Phone: 316.943.4221 FAX: 316.943.5374 Email: ashope@kake.com Website: www.kake.com KWCH-TV, Channel 12 Sports Department Bruce Haertl, Sports Director FAX: 316.831.6180 Email: sports@kwch.com Website: www.kwch.com

PRINT MEDIA Salina Journal Bob Davidson, Sports Editor Phone: 785.822.1404 FAX: 785.827.6060 Email: bdavidson@salina.com Website: www.salina.com Wichita Eagle Kirk Seminoff, Sports Editor Phone: 316.268.6278 FAX: 316.268.6536 Email: kseminoff@wichitaeagle.com Website: www.kansas.com Associated Press Kansas City Bureau FAX: 816.421.3590 Website: www.ap.org CollegeFanz Sports Network Jason Dannelly 2711 West First Grand Island, NE 68803 Email: jdannelly@collegefanz.com Website: naia.collegefanz.com

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KANSAS WESLEYAN 2009 KCAC COMPOSITE RESULTS Aug 29 ....................................Ottawa 31, McKendree (Ill.) 21 Sept 5 ...................Southern Nazarene 42, at Saint Mary 28 McPherson 61, at Haskell 6 Sept 12 ................................................ at Ottawa 45, Bethel 20 at McPherson 60, Friends 38 at Kansas Wesleyan 35, Tabor 19 at Bethany 18, Saint Mary 13 Sterling 17, at Southwestern 7 Sept 19 .......................................... Sterling 23, at Peru State 7 Kansas Wesleyan 10, at Saint Mary 7 at Ottawa 44, McPherson 41 (2OT) at Southern Nazarene 21, Bethel 19 Bethany 41, at Tabor 37 at Friends 45, Southwestern 7 Sept 26 ............................ at Bethany 63, MacMurray (Ill.) 34 Ottawa 23, at Sterling 21 Kansas Wesleyan 19, at Bethel 14 Saint Mary 49, at Southwestern 7 at Friends 65, Tabor 17 Oct 3 ............................................. at McPherson 21, Sterling 0 Peru State 19, at Tabor 7 Bethany 27, at Kansas Wesleyan 21 at Ottawa 54, Southwestern 16 Friends 15, at Bethel 7 Oct 10 .................at Panhandle State 35, Southwestern 14 McPherson 58, at Saint Mary 13 Bethel 23, at Bethany 16 at Friends 30, Sterling 6 Ottawa 79, at Tabor 6 Kansas Wesleyan 14, at Haskell 12 Oct 17 ..................... McPherson 52, at Kansas Wesleyan 38 at Southwestern 34, Bethany 21 at Sterling 47, Tabor 21 Saint Mary 42, at Bethel 27 Friends 28, at Haskell 7 Oct 24 ..........................................Ottawa 54, at Saint Mary 13 at McPherson 48, Southwestern 7 at Sterling 28, Kansas Wesleyan 18 Friends 46, at Bethany 0 Bethel 32, at Tabor 29 (3OT) Oct 31 ............................................McPherson 43, at Tabor 10 Sterling 35, at Bethany 2 at Southwestern 21, Bethel 20 at Friends 45, Saint Mary 21 at Ottawa 42, Kansas Wesleyan 10 Nov 7 ................................................ at Ottawa 41, Bethany 14 McPherson 34, at Bethel 16 Friends 22, at Kansas Wesleyan 10 at Southwestern 23, Tabor 20 at Sterling 26, Saint Mary 14 Nov 14 ............................................... Ottawa 49, at Friends 42 at McPherson 44, Bethany 17 at Kansas Wesleyan 33, Southwestern 0 at Bethel 30, Sterling 0 at Saint Mary 48, Tabor 34 Nov 21 ..........at MidAmerica Nazarene 40, McPherson 24 at Ottawa 40, Hastings 34 Nov 28 .....................................at Lindenwood 64, Ottawa 26

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2009 KCAC FOOTBALL TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE # 1 2 3 4 5 6

Team McPherson College Ottawa University Friends University University of St.Mary Bethany College Kansas Wesleyan Bethel College 8 Sterling College 9 Tabor College 10 Southwestern College

G 11 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

TD 68 72 51 35 28 27 29 28 28 19

XP 51 61 33 32 22 20 20 23 16 17

2XP 5 3 8 0 0 4 1 0 2 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 5 9 7 2 9 6 4 4 4 1

Saf 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

Pts 486 528 376 248 219 208 208 203 200 136

Pts/G 44.2 44.0 37.6 24.8 21.9 20.8 20.8 20.3 20.0 13.6

G 10 10 11 10 10 12 10 10 10 10

TD 23 26 29 31 31 41 46 44 47 59

XP 19 22 17 25 22 33 27 34 33 50

2XP 1 0 7 0 1 1 5 3 3 3

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 4 2 8 4 10 7 2 8 7 6

Saf 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2

Pts 173 184 229 223 242 302 321 328 342 432

Pts/G 17.3 18.4 20.8 22.3 24.2 25.2 32.1 32.8 34.2 43.2

G 12 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Rush 1151 1863 1346 1012 567 1016 838 1737 982 736

Pass 4965 2538 3385 2640 2673 2063 2096 1189 1876 1599

Yards 6116 4401 4731 3652 3240 3079 2934 2926 2858 2335

Plays 882 770 773 761 718 730 701 643 639 660

Yds/P 6.9 5.7 6.1 4.8 4.5 4.2 4.2 4.6 4.5 3.5

TD 65 46 62 34 24 27 27 26 26 17

Yds/G 509.7 440.1 430.1 365.2 324.0 307.9 293.4 292.6 285.8 233.5

G 10 10 11 10 12 10 10 10 10 10

Rush 508 1044 897 836 1186 603 1760 1400 1271 2110

Pass 1697 1846 2552 2342 3119 3018 2007 2448 2643 2610

Yards 2205 2890 3449 3178 4305 3621 3767 3848 3914 4720

Plays 599 662 810 700 900 712 706 724 723 757

Yds/P 3.7 4.4 4.3 4.5 4.8 5.1 5.3 5.3 5.4 6.2

TD 21 28 29 22 37 29 42 36 44 55

Yds/G 220.5 289.0 313.5 317.8 358.8 362.1 376.7 384.8 391.4 472.0

SCORING DEFENSE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Sterling College Friends University McPherson College Kansas Wesleyan Bethel College Ottawa University University of St.Mary Bethany College Southwestern College Tabor College

TOTAL OFFENSE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Ottawa University Friends University McPherson College University of St.Mary Bethany College Kansas Wesleyan Bethel College Sterling College Tabor College Southwestern College

TOTAL DEFENSE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Friends University Kansas Wesleyan McPherson College Sterling College Ottawa University Bethel College University of St.Mary Bethany College Southwestern College Tabor College

RUSHING OFFENSE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Friends University Sterling College McPherson College Kansas Wesleyan University of St.Mary Tabor College Ottawa University Bethel College Southwestern College Bethany College

G 10 10 11 10 10 10 12 10 10 10

Rushes 441 432 372 404 300 346 364 343 379 303

Yards 1863 1737 1346 1016 1012 982 1151 838 736 567

Avg 4.2 4.0 3.6 2.5 3.4 2.8 3.2 2.4 1.9 1.9

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TD 23 17 28 12 16 15 22 8 7 10

Yds/G 186.3 173.7 122.4 101.6 101.2 98.2 95.9 83.8 73.6 56.7


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2009 KCAC FOOTBALL TEAM STATISTICS RUSHING DEFENSE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Friends University Bethel College McPherson College Sterling College Ottawa University Kansas Wesleyan Southwestern College Bethany College University of St.Mary Tabor College

PUNTING G 10 10 11 10 12 10 10 10 10 10

Rush 304 349 383 346 450 344 355 405 384 450

Yards 508 603 897 836 1186 1044 1271 1400 1760 2110

Avg 1.7 1.7 2.3 2.4 2.6 3.0 3.6 3.5 4.6 4.7

TD 9 7 12 7 19 11 15 19 23 32

Yds/G 50.8 60.3 81.5 83.6 98.8 104.4 127.1 140.0 176.0 211.0

# Team 1 Southwestern College 2 McPherson College 3 Tabor College 4 Bethel College 5 Kansas Wesleyan 6 Ottawa University 7 Sterling College 8 Friends University 9 Bethany College 10 University of St.Mary

PASS OFFENSE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

G 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Att 518 401 415 461 329 358 326 293 281 211

Cmp 320 231 215 249 184 168 159 129 142 113

Int 17 16 28 16 15 11 14 14 12 12

Pct .618 .576 .518 .540 .559 .469 .488 .440 .505 .536

Yds 4965 3385 2673 2640 2538 2096 2063 1876 1599 1189

TD Avg 43 9.6 34 8.4 14 6.4 18 5.7 23 7.7 19 5.9 15 6.3 11 6.4 10 5.7 9 5.6

Yds/G 413.8 307.7 267.3 264.0 253.8 209.6 206.3 187.6 159.9 118.9

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

G 10 10 10 11 10 10 12 10 10 10

Att 295 318 322 427 354 319 450 307 368 363

Cmp 130 143 166 207 194 177 254 179 201 205

Int 22 9 16 24 21 13 18 9 6 13

Pct .441 .450 .516 .485 .548 .555 .564 .583 .546 .565

Yds 1697 1846 2007 2552 2342 2448 3119 2610 2643 3018

TD Avg 12 5.8 17 5.8 19 6.2 17 6.0 15 6.6 17 7.7 18 6.9 23 8.5 29 7.2 22 8.3

Yds/G 169.7 184.6 200.7 232.0 234.2 244.8 259.9 261.0 264.3 301.8

# Team 1 Bethany College 2 McPherson College 3 Ottawa University 4 Sterling College 5 Tabor College 6 Bethel College 7 Kansas Wesleyan 8 University of St.Mary 9 Southwestern College 10 Friends University

Team Ottawa University McPherson College Friends University Kansas Wesleyan University of St.Mary Bethel College Sterling College Bethany College Southwestern College Tabor College

Team McPherson College Ottawa University Bethany College Kansas Wesleyan Friends University Southwestern College Tabor College Sterling College University of St.Mary Bethel College

Avg 39.9 38.7 38.6 38.0 37.0 35.1 34.5 33.9 33.8 32.6

Ret 28 31 18 21 32 29 19 18 15 14

Avg 5.1 1.3 5.9 4.8 2.7 1.0 1.0 7.2 3.0 3.5

Net 34.8 37.4 32.6 33.2 34.4 34.2 33.5 26.7 30.8 29.1

G 11 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Ret 42 54 55 41 34 54 70 33 52 45

Yards 1052 1190 1087 782 642 1017 1270 589 884 667

TD 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Avg 25.0 22.0 19.8 19.1 18.9 18.8 18.1 17.8 17.0 14.8

G 10 11 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Ret 15 31 29 19 18 21 32 14 28 18

Yards 230 410 287 155 142 157 225 81 147 49

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 15.3 13.2 9.9 8.2 7.9 7.5 7.0 5.8 5.3 2.7

TURNOVER MARGIN G 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Att Cmp Int Pct Yards 518 320 17 .618 4965 401 231 16 .576 3385 329 184 15 .559 2538 326 159 14 .488 2063 461 249 16 .540 2640 358 168 11 .469 2096 211 113 12 .536 1189 415 215 28 .518 2673 281 142 12 .505 1599 293 129 14 .440 1876

TD 43 34 23 15 18 19 9 14 10 11

Effic 163.1 148.5 134.7 108.5 108.1 107.5 103.6 103.5 101.5 100.6

# Team 1 Bethel College 2 Friends University 3 Sterling College 4 University of St.Mary 5 McPherson College 6 Ottawa University 7 Bethany College 8 Kansas Wesleyan 9 Tabor College 10 Southwestern College

G 10 11 10 10 10 12 10 10 10 10

Att Cmp Int Pct Yards 295 130 22 .441 1697 427 207 24 .485 2552 318 143 9 .450 1846 354 194 21 .548 2342 322 166 16 .516 2007 450 254 18 .564 3119 319 177 13 .555 2448 368 201 6 .546 2643 363 205 13 .565 3018 307 179 9 .583 2610

TD 12 17 17 15 19 18 17 29 22 23

Effic 90.9 100.6 105.7 112.5 113.4 119.9 129.4 137.7 139.1 148.6

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Yds 2471 1663 2082 2468 2519 1476 1518 1425 1793 1859

PUNT RETURNS

Team Friends University Kansas Wesleyan University of St.Mary McPherson College Sterling College Bethany College Ottawa University Tabor College Southwestern College Bethel College

PASS EFFICIENCY # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Punts 62 43 54 65 68 42 44 42 53 57

KICKOFF RETURNS

Team Ottawa University McPherson College Bethany College University of St.Mary Friends University Bethel College Kansas Wesleyan Tabor College Southwestern College Sterling College

PASS DEFENSE # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

G 10 11 10 10 10 12 10 10 10 10

Team Friends University McPherson College Kansas Wesleyan Sterling College University of St.Mary Ottawa University Bethany College Southwestern College Bethel College Tabor College

G 10 10 10 10 11 12 10 10 10 10

FR 21 15 11 14 11 14 19 8 7 8

IR Tot FL Int 12 33 5 11 24 39 17 15 21 32 15 12 16 30 10 16 24 35 17 16 18 32 15 17 13 32 10 28 9 17 14 14 9 16 16 14 6 14 17 12

Tot 16 32 27 26 33 32 38 28 30 29

Mar Per/G 17 1.70 7 0.70 5 0.50 4 0.40 2 0.18 0 0.00 -6 -0.60 -11 -1.10 -14 -1.40 -15 -1.50

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Team Ottawa University Friends University McPherson College University of St.Mary Bethany College Sterling College Kansas Wesleyan Tabor College Bethel College Southwestern College

G 12 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Rush 64 91 80 64 52 91 61 63 55 54

Pass 198 106 123 120 112 62 89 79 83 72

Pen 32 39 29 26 20 23 25 26 20 24

Tot 294 236 232 210 184 176 175 168 158 150

Per/G 24.5 23.6 21.1 21.0 18.4 17.6 17.5 16.8 15.8 15.0

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2009 KCAC FOOTBALL TEAM STATISTICS OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Friends University Kansas Wesleyan McPherson College Sterling College Bethel College Ottawa University University of St.Mary Southwestern College Bethany College Tabor College

G 10 10 11 10 10 12 10 10 10 10

OPPONENT 3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS Rush 40 48 55 62 44 75 94 88 89 103

Pass 64 69 110 110 116 133 91 100 99 118

Pen 17 28 38 13 31 39 22 23 32 21

Tot 121 145 203 185 191 247 207 211 220 242

Per/G 12.1 14.5 18.5 18.5 19.1 20.6 20.7 21.1 22.0 24.2

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SACKS BY # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Friends University Ottawa University McPherson College Bethel College Kansas Wesleyan Southwestern College Sterling College Bethany College University of St.Mary Tabor College

Team Sterling College Friends University McPherson College Bethany College University of St.Mary Kansas Wesleyan Ottawa University Bethel College Tabor College Southwestern College

Sacks 36.0 47.5 29.0 23.0 22.5 27.5 21.0 19.0 12.0 10.0

Yards 230 274 222 180 172 150 149 133 91 77

Yds/G 23.0 22.8 20.2 18.0 17.2 15.0 14.9 13.3 9.1 7.7

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

G 10 10 11 10 10 10 12 10 10 10

Sacks 14.0 19.0 14.5 18.5 24.0 37.0 25.0 28.5 33.5 31.0

Yards 67 105 125 122 166 204 259 222 235 238

Yds/G 6.7 10.5 11.4 12.2 16.6 20.4 21.6 22.2 23.5 23.8

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team McPherson College Ottawa University Bethany College Kansas Wesleyan Tabor College Southwestern College Friends University 8 Bethel College 9 University of St.Mary 10 Sterling College

G 11 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

No 95 86 81 76 68 59 64 74 57 44

Yards 895 877 658 650 620 609 609 602 532 446

Yds/G 81.4 73.1 65.8 65.0 62.0 60.9 60.9 60.2 53.2 44.6

# 1 2 3 4 5 6

Team Ottawa University McPherson College Sterling College Friends University University of St.Mary Bethany College Bethel College Kansas Wesleyan Southwestern College Tabor College

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Att 138 177 162 154 164 197 140 144 146 148

Pct .254 .260 .290 .370 .378 .386 .393 .396 .425 .466

Per/G 3.5 4.2 4.7 5.7 6.2 6.3 5.5 5.7 6.2 6.9

Per/G 7.3 6.6 5.4 5.9 6.6 4.8 5.4 5.4 4.1 3.3

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team University of St.Mary McPherson College Ottawa University Friends University Kansas Wesleyan Bethel College Sterling College Bethany College Tabor College Southwestern College

G 10 11 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Conv 15 11 12 15 14 13 7 10 10 6

Att 27 20 23 29 28 29 16 23 29 26

Pct .556 .550 .522 .517 .500 .448 .438 .435 .345 .231

Per/G 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.5 1.4 1.3 0.7 1.0 1.0 0.6

Team Friends University University of St.Mary Kansas Wesleyan Bethany College Sterling College Ottawa University Tabor College Bethel College McPherson College Southwestern College

G 10 10 10 10 10 12 10 10 11 10

Conv 4 10 8 11 14 15 9 10 18 13

Att 24 28 22 28 31 32 18 19 32 19

Pct .167 .357 .364 .393 .452 .469 .500 .526 .563 .684

Per/G 0.4 1.0 0.8 1.1 1.4 1.3 0.9 1.0 1.6 1.3

G 10 10 12 10 11 10 10 10 10 10

Made 7 9 9 6 5 4 4 4 2 1

Att 7 14 15 11 11 9 9 14 10 8

Pct 1.000 .643 .600 .545 .455 .444 .444 .286 .200 .125

Per/G 0.7 0.9 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.2 0.1

G 10 10 10 12 10 11 10 10 10 10

Made 20 32 17 61 23 51 22 33 16 20

Att 20 33 18 68 26 58 27 42 21 27

Pct 1.000 .970 .944 .897 .885 .879 .815 .786 .762 .741

Per/G 2.0 3.2 1.7 5.1 2.3 4.6 2.2 3.3 1.6 2.0

FIELD GOALS

3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Conv 35 46 47 57 62 76 55 57 62 69

OPPONENT 4TH DOWN CONVERSIONS

PENALTIES # 1 2 3 4 5 6

G 10 11 10 10 10 12 10 10 10 10

4TH DOWN CONVERSIONS G 10 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

SACKS AGAINST # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Team Friends University McPherson College Kansas Wesleyan Southwestern College Bethel College Ottawa University University of St.Mary Bethany College Sterling College Tabor College

G 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Conv 88 73 54 59 66 48 54 54 41 33

Att 179 157 135 148 169 145 169 170 150 132

Pct .492 .465 .400 .399 .391 .331 .320 .318 .273 .250

Team Friends University Bethany College Ottawa University Kansas Wesleyan McPherson College Tabor College Sterling College 8 Bethel College 9 University of St.Mary 10 Southwestern College

PAT KICKING Team Kansas Wesleyan University of St.Mary Southwestern College Ottawa University Sterling College McPherson College Bethany College Friends University Tabor College Bethel College

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2009 KCAC FOOTBALL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

(Players listed below meet or exceed the minimum and have played in at least 75.0 % of their team’s games.)

RUSHING # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Lafitte, Aaron Colquitt, Rashard Winship, Jake Evans, Lance Otto, Andy Abell, Jarret Trotter, Jeran Washington, Derek Malcolm, Oshane Jones, Kyle

Team MCPH STER KWU SWC OTT BTHL FRND TABR BTHY USM

Cl JR JR Jr

G 11 10 10 10 11 9 9 9 9 10

SO JR SO SO SR

Att 214 181 224 211 123 156 66 154 130 114

Yds 1030 835 764 648 709 518 466 424 375 404

Avg 4.8 4.6 3.4 3.1 5.8 3.3 7.1 2.8 2.9 3.5

TD 21 9 5 3 7 3 3 9 5 5

Yds/G 93.6 83.5 76.4 64.8 64.5 57.6 51.8 47.1 41.7 40.4

PASSING # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Haller, Ethan Mascarenas, Shane Baker, Steven Rozzell, Tim Robles, Daniel Hiebert, Garrett Webster, Doug Amos, Marc Barrett, Jordan Burbank, Keoki

Team OTT MCPH BTHY FRND USM BTHL KWU TABR SWC STER

Cl JR SR SO JR JR Jr SO JR

G 12 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 10 10

Att 501 357 398 306 399 353 286 184 253 202

Cmp 311 212 209 177 213 167 139 86 126 109

Int 17 15 25 15 14 10 14 8 10 12

Pct .621 .594 .525 .578 .534 .473 .486 .467 .498 .540

Yds 4882 3201 2631 2451 2304 2073 1778 1256 1395 1101

TD 43 33 13 23 15 19 12 7 9 9

Avg/G 406.8 291.0 263.1 245.1 230.4 207.3 197.6 139.6 139.5 110.1

PASS EFFICIENCY (MIN. 10.0/GAME) # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Haller, Ethan Mascarenas, Shane Rozzell, Tim Hiebert, Garrett Amos, Marc Robles, Daniel Baker, Steven Webster, Doug Burbank, Keoki Barrett, Jordan

Team OTT MCPH FRND BTHL TABR USM BTHY KWU STER SWC

Cl JR SO JR SO JR SR Jr JR

G 12 11 10 10 9 10 10 9 10 10

Att 501 357 306 353 184 399 398 286 202 253

Cmp 311 212 177 167 86 213 209 139 109 126

Int 17 15 15 10 8 14 25 14 12 10

Pct .621 .594 .578 .473 .467 .534 .525 .486 .540 .498

Yds 4882 3201 2451 2073 1256 2304 2631 1778 1101 1395

TD 43 33 23 19 7 15 13 12 9 9

Eff 165.5 156.8 140.1 108.7 107.9 107.3 106.3 104.9 102.6 100.0

TOTAL OFFENSE # Player 1 Haller, Ethan 2 Mascarenas, Shane 3 Rozzell, Tim 4 Baker, Steven 5 Robles, Daniel 6 Hiebert, Garrett 7 Webster, Doug 8 Amos, Marc 9 Burbank, Keoki 10 Barrett, Jordan

Team OTT MCPH FRND BTHY USM BTHL KWU TABR STER SWC

Cl JR SO SR JR JR Jr SO JR

G 12 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 10 10

Rush -110 -64 323 -94 34 176 175 87 142 -153

Pass 4882 3201 2451 2631 2304 2073 1778 1256 1101 1395

Plays 565 386 419 443 460 471 389 258 277 329

Total 4772 3137 2774 2537 2338 2249 1953 1343 1243 1242

Yds/G 397.7 285.2 277.4 253.7 233.8 224.9 217.0 149.2 124.3 124.2

G 12 11 10 8 9 11 10 9 9 11

Rec 94 85 75 53 58 67 57 42 42 49

Yds 1699 1535 1110 669 586 1112 794 551 388 825

TD 21 8 9 4 4 14 5 4 4 9

Avg/C 18.1 18.1 14.8 12.6 10.1 16.6 13.9 13.1 9.2 16.8

Rec/G 7.8 7.7 7.5 6.6 6.4 6.1 5.7 4.7 4.7 4.5

RECEPTIONS/GAME # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Player Anderson, Clarence Schultz, Corey Hyde, Mike Anderson, Robert Wallin, Glen Skinner, Andy Walburn, Frankie Francis, Lance Willie, Harris 10 Harrison, Stephen

Team OTT OTT FRND BTHY USM MCPH USM BTHL USM MCPH

Cl

JR JR SR SO SO SR SR SR

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RECEIVE YDS/GAME # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Anderson, Clarence Schultz, Corey Hyde, Mike Skinner, Andy Anderson, Robert Walburn, Frankie Pierce, Doug Burnett, Taylor Jost, Daniel Harrison, Stephen

Team OTT OTT FRND MCPH BTHY USM FRND OTT TABR MCPH

Cl

JR SO JR SO JR FR SR

G 12 11 10 11 8 10 10 9 8 11

Rec 94 85 75 67 53 57 37 40 34 49

Yds 1699 1535 1110 1112 669 794 789 687 608 825

TD 21 8 9 14 4 5 11 8 4 9

Avg/C 18.1 18.1 14.8 16.6 12.6 13.9 21.3 17.2 17.9 16.8

Yds/G 141.6 139.5 111.0 101.1 83.6 79.4 78.9 76.3 76.0 75.0

ALL PURPOSE YARDS # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Anderson, Clarence Harrison, Stephen Schultz, Corey Lafitte, Aaron Skinner, Andy Hyde, Mike Colquitt, Rashard Walburn, Frankie Abell, Jarret Otto, Andy

Team OTT MCPH OTT MCPH MCPH FRND STER USM BTHL OTT

Cl SR JR SO JR JR SO SO

G 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 9 11

Rush 11 5 0 1030 -4 6 835 8 518 709

Rec 1699 825 1535 273 1112 1110 139 794 180 317

G 11 12 11 10 10 10 9 11 10 11

TD 23 22 14 12 9 11 10 0 10 0

XPT 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 49 0 50

G 11 12 11 10 10 9 10 10 11 11

TD 23 22 14 12 11 10 10 9 10 10

Rush 21 1 0 12 0 9 9 0 0 7

PR 134 338 90 0 0 0 0 57 0 0

KR 719 706 48 0 125 0 125 197 247 49

Other 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 0 0

Tot Avg/G 2563 213.6 1874 170.4 1673 152.1 1303 118.5 1233 112.1 1116 111.6 1099 109.9 1081 108.1 945 105.0 1075 97.7

SCORING # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Lafitte, Aaron Anderson, Clarence Skinner, Andy Rozzell, Tim Voth-Gaeddert, Lee Pierce, Doug Washington, Derek Wieder, Casey Colquitt, Rashard Eason, Travis

Team MCPH OTT MCPH FRND BTHL FRND TABR OTT STER MCPH

Cl JR SO SO SO JR SO JR JR

2XP 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

FG 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 6 0 5

Pts 140 132 84 76 69 68 60 67 60 65

Pts/G 12.7 11.0 7.6 7.6 6.9 6.8 6.7 6.1 6.0 5.9

SCORING (TDS) # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Lafitte, Aaron Anderson, Clarence Skinner, Andy Rozzell, Tim Pierce, Doug Washington, Derek Colquitt, Rashard Hyde, Mike Harrison, Stephen Otto, Andy

Team MCPH OTT MCPH FRND FRND TABR STER FRND MCPH OTT

Cl JR SO SO JR SO JR JR SR

Rcv 2 21 14 0 11 1 1 9 9 3

Ret 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

2XP 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 0

Pts Pts/G 140 12.7 132 11.0 84 7.6 76 7.6 68 6.8 60 6.7 60 6.0 58 5.8 62 5.6 60 5.5

Pts 67 65 49 50 38 37 35 27 18 17

Pts/G 6.1 5.9 5.4 5.0 3.8 3.7 3.5 2.7 2.3 1.9

SCORING (KICK) # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Wieder, Casey Eason, Travis Fambrough, Alex Johnson, Drew McKeon, Scotty Schattle, Bobby Dunn, Doug Gulledge, Stephen Ledy, Austin Scherling, Ren

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Cl JR JR JR Sr SO FR FR SO

G 11 11 9 10 10 10 10 10 8 9

PAT 49 50 22 29 20 31 23 15 15 14

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KICK OFF RETURNS (MIN. 1.2/GAME)

FIELD GOALS # 1 2 3 4 5 6

Player Fambrough, Alex Johnson, Drew McKeon, Scotty Wieder, Casey Eason, Travis Dunn, Doug Gulledge, Stephen 8 Voth-Gaeddert, Lee 9 Schattle, Bobby 10 Cebold, Michael

Team BTHY FRND KWU OTT MCPH STER TABR BTHL USM OTT

Cl JR JR Sr JR FR FR SO SO

G 9 10 10 11 11 10 10 10 10 12

FG 9 7 6 6 5 4 4 3 2 2

FGA Pct FG/G # 13 69.231 1.0 1 7 100.000 0.7 2 11 54.545 0.6 3 9 66.667 0.5 4 11 45.455 0.5 5 9 44.444 0.4 6 9 44.444 0.4 7 10 30.000 0.3 8 10 20.000 0.2 9 2 100.000 0.2 10

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

# FGA Pct Long 1 2 100.000 33 2 7 100.000 43 13 69.231 48 4 9 66.667 46 5 11 54.545 42 6 11 45.455 44 9 44.444 33 8 9 44.444 50 9 10 30.000 41 10 4 25.000 47 4 25.000 22

Player Cebold, Michael Johnson, Drew 3 Fambrough, Alex 4 Wieder, Casey 5 McKeon, Scotty 6 Eason, Travis 7 Dunn, Doug Gulledge, Stephen 9 Voth-Gaeddert, Lee 10 Hall, Josh Scherling, Ren

Team MCPH SWC KWU OTT BTHY TABR BTHY USM USM TABR

Cl SR

FR FR FR FR SO FR

G 11 10 9 12 10 9 8 10 10 9

Ret 22 31 11 31 21 33 10 17 12 15

Yds 706 767 268 719 475 657 194 315 197 229

TD 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Team FRND USM MCPH BTHY FRND STER FRND STER MCPH USM KWU

Cl SR SO JR JR Sr SR SO FR SO Fr Sr

G 10 10 10 9 10 10 10 8 11 9 9

Int 8 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 4 3 3

Yds 87 0 131 139 40 14 0 10 107 50 10

TD Int/G 1 0.8 0 0.6 0 0.6 1 0.6 1 0.5 0 0.4 0 0.4 0 0.4 1 0.4 0 0.3 0 0.3

Team KWU USM FRND FRND BTHY SWC BTHL MCPH FRND BTHL KWU MCPH

Cl Sr SO SO SR FR

G 9 10 10 10 10 8 10 11 10 10 10 10

Brup 11 9 11 6 11 9 8 10 4 7 6 3

Int 3 6 4 8 2 0 3 2 5 2 3 6

Tot PD/G 14 1.6 15 1.5 15 1.5 14 1.4 13 1.3 9 1.1 11 1.1 12 1.1 9 0.9 9 0.9 9 0.9 9 0.9

Jr

Avg 32.1 24.7 24.4 23.2 22.6 19.9 19.4 18.5 16.4 15.3

INTERCEPTIONS

FIELD GOALS PCT # 1

Player Harrison, Stephen Maddox, Jess Ham, Corey Anderson, Clarence Autry, Dewayne Goodson, Antonio Johnson, James Ridley, Kameron Walburn, Frankie Roddy, Chris

Team OTT FRND BTHY OTT KWU MCPH STER TABR BTHL OTT BTHL

Cl JR JR Sr JR FR FR SO SO

G 12 10 9 11 10 11 10 10 10 12 9

Player Cunningham, Quinn Harper, Terrell Thigpen, Shelton Barnes, Marvin Batts, Michael Lott, Andrew Perry, Cole Bell, Renard Gomez, J.L. Barrett, Chris Raught, Richard

PASSES DEFENDED G 12 10 10 10 8 9 11 11 10 10

Made 8 20 31 2 15 22 50 49 23 6

Att 8 20 31 2 16 24 56 55 26 7

# Pct 1 100.000 2 100.000 100.000 4 5 100.000 6 93.750 7 91.667 8 89.286 9 89.091 88.462 85.714

G 10 11 10 10 10 12 10 10 10 8

Punt 62 36 54 65 67 42 42 40 53 36

Yds 2471 1407 2082 2468 2485 1476 1444 1360 1793 1161

Avg 39.9 39.1 38.6 38.0 37.1 35.1 34.4 34.0 33.8 32.3

PAT KICKING PCT # 1

Player Hall, Josh McKeon, Scotty Schattle, Bobby Tria, Matt 5 Ledy, Austin 6 Fambrough, Alex 7 Eason, Travis 8 Wieder, Casey 9 Dunn, Doug 10 Voth-Gaeddert, Lee

Team OTT KWU USM SWC SWC BTHY MCPH OTT STER BTHL

Cl Sr SO

JR JR FR SO

PUNTING (MIN. 1.0/GAME) # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Tria, Matt Eason, Travis Gulledge, Stephen Voth-Gaeddert, Lee McKeon, Scotty Cebold, Michael Wheeler, Josh Johnson, Drew Knight, Joshua Sutton, Ryan

Team SWC MCPH TABR BTHL KWU OTT STER FRND BTHY USM

Cl JR FR SO Sr SO JR FR

Player Harrison, Stephen Autry, Dewayne Hammond, Reed Alsobrook, Troy Maddox, Jess Schultz, Corey Cunningham, Quinn

Team MCPH BTHY BTHL KWU SWC OTT FRND

Cl SR FR SR Jr

SR

SR JR Sr SR So JR

TACKLES (ALL POSITIONS) # 1 2

Player Stutzman, Teal Paulson, Jeff Tazkargy, Zak 4 Simplice, Jeffrey 5 Hojje, Josh 6 Thomas, Adrian 7 Brenner, Fielding 8 Haywood, Joaquim 9 Powers, Will 10 Collins, Milton

Team TABR MCPH SWC BTHY OTT KWU OTT TABR MCPH BTHY

Cl JR SR SO So JR JR FR

G 10 11 10 10 11 10 12 8 11 8

UA 64 51 45 56 55 46 46 49 36 34

A 29 48 45 33 40 40 49 14 49 21

Tot 93 99 90 89 95 86 95 63 85 55

Avg/G 9.3 9.0 9.0 8.9 8.6 8.6 7.9 7.9 7.7 6.9

SACKS

PUNT RETURNS (MIN. 1.2/GAME) # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Player Raught, Richard Harper, Terrell Perry, Cole Cunningham, Quinn Autry, Dewayne Noel, Trevor Daugharthy, David Ibe, Ginikachi Batts, Michael Hammond, Reed Mitchell, Ken Thigpen, Shelton

G 11 10 10 9 10 11 10

Ret 26 13 20 28 13 16 17

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Yds 338 155 159 199 78 90 45

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

# Avg 1 13.0 11.9 8.0 4 7.1 5 6.0 6 5.6 7 2.6 9 10

Player Shelton, Patrick Davis, Dexter Ridgeway, Blake Highley, Jordan Homolka, Seth Collins, Milton Hojje, Josh Jones, Scott McCartney, James Diehl, Ross

Team KWU FRND SWC FRND OTT BTHY OTT MCPH BTHL OTT

Cl Sr FR SR FR JR SR

G 10 10 10 10 12 8 11 11 10 12

UA 9 10 8 9 9 6 6 7 4 6

A 3 2 6 2 3 0 3 1 4 2

Yds 82 70 64 60 67 47 25 56 33 31

Tot Av/G 10.5 1.1 11.0 1.1 11.0 1.1 10.0 1.0 10.5 0.9 6.0 0.8 7.5 0.7 7.5 0.7 6.0 0.6 7.0 0.6

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TACKLES FOR LOSS # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Hojje, Josh McCartney, James Highley, Jordan Shelton, Patrick Ridgeway, Blake Collins, Milton Thomas, Adrian Davis, Dexter Paulson, Jeff Stephens, Caleb

FUMBLES FORCED Team OTT BTHL FRND KWU SWC BTHY KWU FRND MCPH BTHL

Cl SR SR Sr FR So FR SR JR

G 11 10 10 10 10 8 10 10 11 10

UA 17 17 15 15 11 12 12 13 13 12

A Yds Tot Avg/G # 12 66 23.0 2.1 1 6 78 20.0 2.0 2 7 85 18.5 1.9 3 6 98 18.0 1.8 4 11 81 16.5 1.7 1 81 12.5 1.6 6 7 60 15.5 1.6 3 89 14.5 1.5 5 61 15.5 1.4 4 50 14.0 1.4 10

Player Collins, Milton Diehl, Ross McCartney, James Hojje, Josh Powers, Will Anunaso, Shawn Goodie, Kevin Starling, Charles Wooten, Noah Barrett, Chris Mosier, Ben Raught, Richard

Team BTHY OTT BTHL OTT MCPH FRND BTHY KWU USM USM BTHL KWU

Cl FR SR JR SO FR Sr JR Fr SR Sr

G 8 12 10 11 11 8 8 8 8 9 9 9

Num 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Avg/G 0.5 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2

2009 KCAC FOOTBALL TOP TEAM PERFORMANCES Points ..................................................... 79 ............................... Ottawa University ............................................... at Tabor College .....................................................10/10/09 Total Offense ....................................... 711 ............................ Ottawa University ............................................... at Tabor College .....................................................10/10/09 Rushing yards ..................................... 373 ............................ Friends University ................................................ vs Tabor College .....................................................09/26/09 Rushing attempts .............................. 59 ............................... Sterling College ................................................... vs Tabor College .....................................................10/17/09 Rushing TDs ......................................... 6 ................................. McPherson College ............................................ at Haskell Indian Nations ....................................09/05/09 6 ................................. Ottawa University ............................................... at Tabor College .....................................................10/10/09 6 ................................. University of St.Mary .......................................... vs Tabor College .....................................................11/14/09 Longest rush ....................................... 81 ............................... Friends University ............................................... at Kansas Wesleyan ...............................................11/07/09 Passing yards ....................................... Passing attempts ............................... Passing TDs .......................................... Longest pass ....................................... Passes completed .............................. Had intercepted .................................

587 ............................Ottawa University ................................................ vs McPherson College .........................................09/19/09 71 ...............................University of St.Mary ........................................... vs Southern Nazarene .........................................09/05/09 5 .................................Several Teams ......................................................... vs Several Opponents ...............................Multiple Dates 89 ...............................Ottawa University ................................................ at Friends University ............................................11/14/09 42 ...............................Ottawa University ................................................ vs McPherson College .........................................09/19/09 6 .................................Bethany College ................................................... vs Friends University ............................................10/24/09

Field goal attempts ........................... 4 ................................. Ottawa University ................................................ vs McPherson College .........................................09/19/09 4 ................................. Bethany College ................................................... at Southwestern College ....................................10/17/09 Field goal made .................................. 3 ................................. Bethany College ................................................... at Southwestern College ....................................10/17/09 Longest field goal attempt ............ 57 ............................... Bethel College ....................................................... at Southwestern College ....................................10/31/09 57 ............................... Tabor College ......................................................... at Southwestern College ....................................11/07/09 Longest field goal made 50 ............................... Tabor College .......................................................... vs McPherson College .........................................10/31/09 Punts ...................................................... 12 ............................... Bethel College ...................................................... at Ottawa University ............................................09/12/09 12 ............................... Kansas Wesleyan ................................................. at Ottawa University ............................................10/31/09 Longest punt ....................................... 76 ............................... Southwestern College ....................................... at Kansas Wesleyan ...............................................11/14/09 Punt returns ......................................... 6 ................................. McPherson College ............................................ at Haskell Indian Nations ....................................09/05/09 6 ................................. Bethel College ...................................................... at Southwestern College ....................................10/31/09 Punt return yards ............................... 99 ............................... McPherson College ............................................ at Haskell Indian Nations ....................................09/05/09 99 ............................... Ottawa University ............................................... vs Bethel College ...................................................09/12/09 Longest punt return ......................... 60 ............................... Bethany College .................................................. vs MacMurray .........................................................09/26/09 Punt return TDs .................................. 1 ................................. Bethany College .................................................. vs MacMurray .........................................................09/26/09 Kick returns .......................................... Kick return yards ................................ Longest kick return ........................... Kick return TDs ...................................

11 ............................... Tabor College ........................................................ at Friends University ............................................09/26/09 257 ............................ Southwestern College ....................................... at Friends University ............................................09/19/09 86 ............................... Southwestern College ....................................... at Friends University ............................................09/19/09 1 ................................. Southwestern College ....................................... at Friends University ............................................09/19/09 1 ................................. McPherson College ............................................ at Kansas Wesleyan ...............................................10/17/09

Interceptions ....................................... Interception return yds ................... Longest Interception return .......... Inteception return TDs ....................

6 ................................. Friends University ............................................... at Bethany College ................................................10/24/09 296 ............................ McPherson College ............................................ vs Bethany College ...............................................11/14/09 98 ............................... Bethany College .................................................. vs University of St.Mary .......................................09/12/09 3 ................................. McPherson College ............................................ vs Bethany College ...............................................11/14/09

Fumbles Lost ....................................... 5 ................................. Kansas Wesleyan .................................................. at Haskell Indian Nations ....................................10/10/09

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Fumbles Lost ....................................... 5 ................................. Sterling College ................................................... at Bethel College ...................................................11/14/09 Fumbles recovered ........................... 5 ................................. Bethel College ....................................................... vs Sterling College ................................................11/14/09 Sacked by opp .................................... 11 ................................ Kansas Wesleyan .................................................. at Ottawa University ............................................10/31/09 QB sacks ................................................ 11 ................................ Ottawa University ................................................ vs Kansas Wesleyan ..............................................10/31/09 Turnovers committed ...................... 8 ................................. Bethany College ................................................... vs Bethel College ...................................................10/10/09 8 ................................. Bethany College ................................................... vs Friends University ............................................10/24/09 Turnovers caused ............................ 5 ................................. Bethany College ................................................... at Kansas Wesleyan ...............................................10/03/09 5 ................................. Bethel College ....................................................... at Bethany College ................................................10/10/09 5 ................................. Bethel College ....................................................... vs Sterling College ................................................11/14/09 Penalties ............................................... 17 ............................... Friends University ................................................ at McPherson College ..........................................09/12/09 Penalties yards .................................... 175 ............................ Friends University ................................................ at McPherson College ..........................................09/12/09

2009 KCAC FOOTBALL TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES Total offense ............................................. 585............... Ethan Haller, Ottawa University ..................................... vs McPherson College ....................................09/19/09 Rushing yards .......................................... 182 .............. Rushing attempts .................................... 38 ................ 38 ................ Rushing TDs .............................................. 4 ................... 4 ................... Longest rush ............................................ 81 ................

Jeran Trotter, Friends University .................................... vs Tabor College ................................................09/26/09 Jarret Abell, Bethel College ............................................. at Bethany College ...........................................10/10/09 Lance Evans, Southwestern College ............................ vs Bethany College ..........................................10/17/09 Aaron Lafitte, McPherson College ................................ at University of Saint Mary ............................10/10/09 Aaron Lafitte, McPherson College ................................ vs Southwestern College ...............................10/24/09 Frank Miles, Friends University ...................................... at Kansas Wesleyan ..........................................11/07/09

Passing yards ............................................ 587 .............. Passing attempts .................................... 71 ................ Passing TDs ............................................... 5 ................... Longest pass ............................................ 89 ................. Passes completed ................................... 42 ................ Had intercepted ...................................... 6....................

Ethan Haller, Ottawa University ..................................... vs McPherson College ....................................09/19/09 Daniel Robles, University of Saint Mary ...................... vs Southern Nazarene .....................................09/05/09 Several Individuals (7 occurances) ............................... vs Several Opponents ............................ Several Dates Ethan Haller, Ottawa University ..................................... at Friends University ........................................11/14/09 Ethan Haller, Ottawa University ..................................... vs McPherson College ....................................09/19/09 Steven Baker, Bethany College ...................................... vs Friends University .......................................10/24/09

Receiving yards ....................................... 291 .............. Receptions ................................................ 17 ................ Receiving TDs ........................................... 4 ................... 4 ................... Longest reception .................................. 89 ................

Clarence Anderson, Ottawa University ....................... vs Hastings College ..........................................11/21/09 Corey Schultz, Ottawa University .................................. vs McPherson College ....................................09/19/09 Clarence Anderson, Ottawa University ....................... vs Southwestern College ...............................10/03/09 Clarence Anderson, Ottawa University ....................... vs Hastings College ..........................................11/21/09 Corey Schultz, Ottawa University .................................. at Friends University ........................................11/14/09

Field goal attempts ................................ 4 ................... Alex Fambrough, Bethany College ............................... at Southwestern College ...............................10/17/09 Field goals made ..................................... 3 ................... Alex Fambrough, Bethany College ............................... at Southwestern College ...............................10/17/09 Longest field goal attempt ................. 57 ................ Lee Voth-Gaeddert, Bethel College .............................. at Southwestern College ...............................10/31/09 57 ................ Stephen Gulledge, Tabor College ................................. at Southwestern College ...............................11/07/09 Longest field goal made ...................... 50 ................ Stephen Gulledge, Tabor College ................................. vs McPherson College ....................................10/31/09 Punts ........................................................... Longest punt ............................................ Punt returns .............................................. Punt return yards .................................... Longest punt return .............................. Punt return TDs .......................................

12 ................ Lee Voth-Gaeddert, Bethel College .............................. at Ottawa University ........................................09/12/09 76 ................ Matt Tria, Southwestern College ................................... at Kansas Wesleyan ..........................................11/14/09 6 ................... Reed Hammond, Bethel College ................................... at Southwestern College ...............................10/31/09 87 ................ Troy Alsobrook, Kansas Wesleyan ................................. vs Tabor College ................................................09/12/09 60 ................ Dewayne Autry, Bethany College ................................. vs MacMurray .....................................................09/26/09 1 ................... Dewayne Autry, Bethany College ................................. vs MacMurray .....................................................09/26/09

Kick returns ............................................... 7 ................... 7 ................... Kick return yards ..................................... 189 .............. Longest kick return ................................ 86 ................ Kick return TDs ........................................ 1 ................... ........................................................................ 1 ...................

Frankie Walburn, University of Saint Mary ................. vs McPherson College ....................................10/10/09 Antonio Goodson, Tabor College .................................. at Sterling College ............................................10/17/09 Jess Maddox, Southwestern College ........................... at Friends University ........................................09/19/09 Jess Maddox, Southwestern College ........................... at Friends University ........................................09/19/09 Jess Maddox, Southwestern College ........................... at Friends University ........................................09/19/09 Stephen Harrison, McPherson College ....................... at Kansas Wesleyan ..........................................10/17/09

Interceptions ............................................ Interception return yards .................... Longest Interception return ............... Interception Return TDs .......................

Michael Batts, Friends University .................................. at McPherson College .....................................09/12/09 Austin Brown, McPherson College ............................... vs Bethany College ..........................................11/14/09 Marvin Barnes, Bethany College ................................... vs University of Saint Mary ............................09/12/09 Several Individuals (14 occurances) ............................. vs Several Opponents ........................... Several Dates

3 ................... 113 .............. 98 ................ 1 ...................

Tackles ........................................................ 19 ................ Zak Tazkargy, Southwestern College ........................... vs Sterling College ...........................................09/12/09 19 ................ Jeffrey Simplice, Bethany College ................................. vs Friends University .......................................10/24/09 Sacks ........................................................... 5 ................... Dexter Davis, Friends University .................................... vs Southwestern College ...............................09/19/09 Tackles for loss ......................................... 6 ................... Patrick Shelton, Kansas Wesleyan ................................. vs Southwestern College ...............................11/14/09

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2009 KCAC ALL-CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SELECTIONS FIRST TEAM OFFENSE Quarterback ...........................(U) Ethan Haller ...............................Ottawa University......................................6-0 ............198 ............ Sr. ........... Anaheim, Calif. Running Backs .......................Jake Winship ....................................Kansas Wesleyan University...................6-0 ............220 ............ Jr............. Yuba City, Calif. (U) Aaron Lafitte..............................McPherson College ...................................5-9 ............220 ............ Jr............. Ironwood, Ariz. (R) Rashard Colquitt.......................Sterling College ........................................ 5-10 ...........200 ............ Jr............. Corrigen, Texas Fullback ....................................Ryley Greenbaum...........................Friends University .................................... 5-11 ...........225 ............ Sr. ........... Douglas, Kan. Wide Receivers ......................Mike Hyde .........................................Friends University ......................................6-5 ............230 ............ Jr............. Haysville, Kan. Stephen Harrison ...........................McPherson College ...................................6-1 ............180 ............ Sr. ........... Columbus, Miss. Clarence Anderson ........................Ottawa University......................................5-9 ............150 ........... So............ Wichita, Kan. Corey Schultz ...................................Ottawa University......................................6-3 ............180 ............ Sr. ........... Quenemo, Kan. Tight End .................................(U) (R) Taylor Burnett .....................Ottawa University......................................6-5 ............227 ............ Sr. ........... Lenexa, Kan. Offensive Linemen ...............Jacob McKenzie ..............................Friends University ......................................6-5 ............310 ............ Jr............. Eureka, Kan. (U) Casey Hayes ...............................McPherson College ...................................6-5 ............305 ............ Sr. ........... Walnut Creek, Calif. David Kraft ........................................McPherson College ...................................6-3 ............255 ........... So............ Peck, Kan. Julian Mendez .................................Ottawa University......................................6-3 ............233 ............ Sr. ........... San Diego, Calif. (U) (R) Matt Pennington ...............Ottawa University......................................6-2 ............285 ............ Sr. ........... Highland Village, Texas Utility ........................................Stephen Harrison ...........................McPherson College ...................................6-1 ............180 ............ Sr. ........... Columbus, Miss.

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE Defensive Backs ....................(U) Quinn Cunningham................Friends University ......................................6-2 ............200 ............ Sr. ........... Salina, Kan. (R) Ken Mitchell ...............................Kansas Wesleyan University................. 5-11 ...........180 ........... So............ Humble, Texas Shelton Thigpen .............................McPherson College ................................. 5-11 ...........180 ............ Jr............. Wylie, Texas Terrell Harper ...................................University of Saint Mary ..........................6-2 ............175 ........... So............ Timmonsville, S.C. Linebackers.............................(U) (R) Jeff Paulson .........................McPherson College ...................................6-0 ............210 ............ Sr. ........... Limon, Colo. (U) (R) Ross Diehl ............................Ottawa University......................................6-2 ............210 ............ Sr. ........... Sedalia, Colo. Josh Hojje ..........................................Ottawa University......................................6-2 ............220 ............ Jr............. Newport News, Va. Zak Tazkargy.....................................Southwestern College .............................6-3 ............240 ........... So............ Wellington, Kan. Defensive Linemen ..............(U) (R) James McCartney ..............Bethel College ............................................6-1 ............320 ............ Sr. ........... Hesston, Kan. (U) (R) Jordan Highley ...................Friends University ......................................6-2 ............250 ............ Sr. ........... Fort Scott, Kan. Scott Jones........................................McPherson College ...................................6-4 ............255 ............ Jr............. Melvern, Kan. Jamison Shaw ..................................Ottawa University......................................6-4 ............261 ............ Sr. ........... Raymore, Mo.

FIRST TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS Place Kickers ...........................(U) Travis Eason ...............................McPherson College ................................. 5-10 ...........170 ............ Jr............. Tulsa, Okla. (U) Casey Wieder.............................Ottawa University.................................... 5-10 ...........200 ............ Jr............. North Richland Hills, Texas Punter .......................................(U) Matt Tria ......................................Southwestern College .............................6-1 ............190 ............ Fr. ........... Sapulpa, Okla. Punt Returner.........................(U) Stephen Harrison.....................McPherson College ...................................6-1 ............180 ............ Sr. ........... Columbus, Miss. Kick Returner ..........................(U) Stephen Harrison.....................McPherson College ...................................6-1 ............180 ............ Sr. ........... Columbus, Miss. __________________ (U) = Unanimous selection. (R) = Repeat selection from 2008 First-Team All-KCAC

2009 KCAC INDIVIDUAL AWARDS COACH OF THE YEAR ......................................................................................................................Kent Kessinger ........................................................ Ottawa University ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR.............................................................................................Matt Welch................................................................ Friends University PLAYER OF THE YEAR .....................................................................................................................Ethan Haller .............................................................. Ottawa University OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR ...........................................................................................Ethan Haller .............................................................. Ottawa University CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR.................................................................................James McCartney .................................................. Bethel College SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR .................................................................................Stephen Harrison ................................................... McPherson College DR. TED KESSINGER CHAMPION OF CHARACTER AWARD .........................................Andy Otto ................................................................. Ottawa University

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2009 KCAC ALL-CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SELECTIONS SECOND TEAM OFFENSE Quarterback ................................Shane Mascerenas .................... McPherson College ................................. 6-0..............190................ Jr. ................Peoria, Ariz. Running Backs ............................Jarrett Abell ................................. Bethel College ........................................... 5-9..............185............... So. ...............Phillipsburg, Kan. Frank Miles ................................... Friends University ...................................5-10 ............180................ Jr. ................Oklahoma City, Okla. Andy Otto..................................... Ottawa University ...................................5-11 ............178................Sr. ...............Drexel, Mo. Lance Evans ................................. Southwestern College ...........................5-11 ............180................Fr.................Quitman, Texas Fullback .........................................Raashaun Payne ......................... McPherson College ................................5-10 ............275................ Jr. ................Coolidge, Ariz. Wide Receivers ...........................Robert Anderson ....................... Bethany College ....................................... 6-2..............205................ Jr. ................Rialto, Calif. Lee Voth-Gaeddert.................... Bethel College ........................................... 6-2..............190............... So. ..............Hesston, Kan. Doug Pierce ................................. Friends University .................................... 6-6..............210................ Jr. ................Arp, Texas Andy Skinner ............................... McPherson College ................................5-10 ............175............... So. ...............Montezuma, Kan. Tight End ......................................Javis Franklin ............................... Friends University .................................... 6-4..............250................ Jr. ................Birmingham, Ala. Offensive Linemen ....................Albino Quinones ........................ Bethel College ........................................... 6-1..............295................Sr. ...............San Antonio, Texas Oscar Torres ................................. Kansas Wesleyan University ................. 6-3..............280................ Jr. ................Red Bluff, Calif. Christopher Jackson ................. Bethany College ....................................... 6-1..............330................ Jr. ................Houston, Texas Keaton Kendall ........................... Friends University .................................... 6-1..............280............... So. ...............Maize, Kan. Mike Danski ................................. Sterling College ........................................ 6-1..............280................ Jr. ................Venice, Fla. Utility .............................................Clarence Anderson ................... Ottawa University .................................... 5-9..............150............... So. ...............Wichita, Kan.

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE Defensive Backs .........................Reed Hammond ......................... Bethel College ........................................... 5-9..............190................Sr. ...............Hesston, Kan. Cole Perry ..................................... Friends University ...................................5-10 ............180............... So. ...............Maize, Kan. Richard Raught ........................... Kansas Wesleyan University ................. 6-1..............195................Sr. ...............Palmdale, Calif. Ginikachi Ibe ............................... McPherson College ................................. 5-8..............180................ Jr. ................San Jose, Calif. Linebackers..................................Jesse Jerde ................................... Friends University .................................... 6-1..............215............... So. ...............Newton, Kan. Adrian Thomas ........................... Kansas Wesleyan University ................5-10 ............220............... So. ...............Diamond Bar, Calif. Will Powers................................... McPherson College ................................. 5-9..............240................ Jr. ................Garden City, Kan. Austin Kingsbury ....................... Sterling College .......................................5-11 ............195................Sr. ...............Smith Center, Kan. Defensive Linemen ...................Joel Maple .................................... Bethel College ........................................... 6-3..............240................Sr. ...............Umatilla, Fla. Blake Gordon .............................. Friends University .................................... 6-3..............315................ Jr. ................Wewoka, Okla. Pat Shelton................................... Kansas Wesleyan University ................. 6-3..............240................Sr. ...............Palm Harbor, Fla. Blake Ridgeway .......................... Southwestern College ............................ 6-2..............265................Sr. ...............Hazelton, Kan.

SECOND TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS Punter ............................................Travis Eason ................................. McPherson College ................................5-10 ............170................ Jr. ................Tulsa, Okla. Punt Returner..............................DeWayne Autrey ........................ Bethany College ....................................... 6-1..............185............... So. ...............South Houston, Texas Kick Returner ...............................Clarence Anderson ................... Ottawa University .................................... 5-9..............150............... So. ...............Wichita, Kan.

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-KCAC SELECTIONS BETHANY COLLEGE: DeWayne Autrey, UTIL; Jamil Owens, DB; Jeffrey Simplice, DB; Milton Collins, LB; Michael Terry, DL BETHEL COLLEGE: Jeremy Newhouse, FB; Lance Francis, WR; Matt Reiger, TE; Caleb Stephens, DL; Reed Hammond, PR FRIENDS UNIVERSITY: Tim Rozzell, QB; Michael Batts, DB; Jeremy VanNice, LB; Brek Train, LB; Monty Welch, DL; Dexter Davis, DL; Drew Johnson, PK KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: Anthony Berry, WR; Jason Engelberg, WR; Corey Ham, WR; Kyle Barthel, OL; Kane Kaualoku, LB; Charles Starling, DL; T.J. DiPrima, DL; Joe LaLone, DL McPHERSON COLLEGE: John Davidson, FB; Joe Becker, OL; Chris Lange, OL; J.L. Gomez, DB; Drew Griffen, DL; John Sobczuk, DL OTTAWA UNIVERSITY: Zach Schultz, WR; Daniel Caldera, OL; Jay Smith, DB; Earl Moorning, DB; Fielding Brenner, LB; Art Rubio, LB; Seth Homolka, DL; Jarvis Morehead-Reed, DL SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE: Jeff Schaefer, WR; John Richmond, OL; Russ Lester, OL; Jesse Maddox, UTIL; Josh Burch, LB; Thaddeus Carrena, DL; Jess Maddox, KR STERLING COLLEGE: Ray Smith, OL; Drew Lott, DB; Justin Hejny, LB; Quinton Burgess, DL; Mike Jones, DL TABOR COLLEGE: Teal Stutzman, LB; Drew Little, OL; Stephen Gulledge, P UNIVERSITY OF SAINT MARY: Daniel Robles, QB; Glen Wallin, WR; Frankie Walburn, WR; Robbis Smith, OL; Erik Kidwell DB; Tyler Osburn, LB; Ryan McDonald, LB; Patrick Derman, DL

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VISITING TEAM INFORMATION GUIDE Again in the 2010 season, Kansas Wesleyan will play its football games at Salina Stadium located at Salina Central High School. Salina Stadium features nearly 7,000 seats overlooking a synthetic turf field that was installed in the summer of 2005. Visiting teams are asked to arrive at Salina Stadium and locker room facilities will be located in the annex building located along the north end of the stadium. Visiting teams will use the east side of the annex building as their locker room facility. There is parking for busses in the large parking lot to the south of the school buildings. Please park busses along the north edge of the parking lot. Since this is not our facility, we ask visiting teams to please make the best effort possible to clean up before your departure from the stadium. A member of the KWU Athletic Department Staff will be at the Salina Stadium when your team arrives to greet you and direct you to the locker rooms and show your staffs where they can set up their equipment.

LODGING INFORMATION

DIRECTIONS TO SALINA STADIUM FROM THE NORTH OR SOUTH (US-81/I-135): Take the Crawford Street exit off I-135 (Exit 92) and turn heading east onto Crawford Street. Travel east on Crawford approximately two miles to Front Street. Turn right onto Front, and follow it towards the south. There is an entrance to the parking lot along Front just before you reach McAdams. You may also turn onto McAdams where there are additional parking lot access points. Salina Stadium is located on the east side of the Salina Central campus.

Courtyard by Marriott is the official hotel sponsor of Kansas Wesleyan Athletics this year. Teams are encouraged to call ahead and speak with the Dana Bronson, Sales Director, to negotiate a team rate and to block rooms for your stay.

3020 Riffel Drive 785.309.1300

FROM THE EAST OR WEST (I-70): Exit I-70 onto I-135 South (Exit 250A). Travel south on I-135 for approximately four miles. Take the Crawford Street exit off I-135 (Exit 92) and turn heading east onto Crawford Street. Travel east on Crawford approximately two miles to Front Street. Turn right onto Front, and follow it towards the south. There is an entrance to the parking lot along Front just before you reach McAdams. You may also turn onto McAdams where there are additional parking lot access points. Salina Stadium is located on the east side of the Salina Central campus.

POST-GAME MEAL INFORMATION The following restaurants are official game day sponsors of Kansas Wesleyan Athletics for the upcoming season. Please consider using them to feed your teams during your visit to Salina. Cici’s Pizza is the Official Pizza Sponsor of KWU Athletics. Give CiCi’s a call and they can accommodate your needs.

CITY OF SALINA INFORMATION For more information about the City of Salina, please check out these informative sources on the Internet:

2450 South Ninth (In the Mid-State Plaza) 785.404.2777

Salina Area Chamber of Commerce www.salinakansas.org City of Salina Official Website www.salina-ks.gov

Quizno’s Sub on East Crawford is the official sandwich provider of Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics. 1000 E. Crawford 785.309.0600 To Ohio St. (to I-70) -->

Chili’s Grill and Bar is the official restaurant Sponsor of Kansas Wesleyan Athletics. Give them a call about accommodating your team’s needs during your visit to Salina.

2255South Ninth 785.820.8300

A complete list of Salina restaurants and lodging options are available on the KWU Website at the following address: http:// www.kwu.edu/admissions/travelguide.html

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2010 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE (DATES, TIMES AND LOCATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE) SEPTEMBER 11

AT TABOR COLLEGE *

7:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 18

UNIVERSITY OF SAINT MARY *

6:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 25

BETHEL COLLEGE *

7:00 PM

OCTOBER 2

AT BETHANY COLLEGE *

7:00 PM

OCTOBER 9

HASKELL INDIAN NATIONS UNIVERSITY

3:00 PM

OCTOBER 16

AT McPHERSON COLLEGE *

1:30 PM

OCTOBER 23

STERLING COLLEGE * HOMECOMING

1:30 PM

OCTOBER 30

OTTAWA UNIVERSITY *

2:00 PM

NOVEMBER 6

AT FRIENDS UNIVERSITY *

1:30 PM

NOVEMBER 13

AT SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE *

1:30 PM


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